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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1906)
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Tmir-ilnv, fmu toon members (if tlio
F in kiin Union mid tihtof (bo Napo
mo union mot with Ibo ltlonmingtoii
W ( T U at Ibo tioiiiu of Mis l)r
Sum n or
invested in a package of
teaches you many truths:
That soda crackers arc the best of all food made from flour.
That Uneeda Biscuit are by far the best of all soda crackers.
That Uneeda Biscuit are always fresh, always crisp, always
' NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
I (Kiom tlio Times.)
! V. L. Wei siier of Kod ('loud, whs n
I Ijflmuon viMitor Tuesday.
Flunk Ilnicliison wont to Hod Cloud
, to vNit bis brother, wlio wnsquitosirk.
John Calloway roiuruoil from Oniitbu
Sni ui day, wboro bo disposed of a drove
Mr. it nd Mrs. Andy Austin worn
made Imppv lust, Monday by tlio ar
, rival of n lino boby boy
Wednesday, Jitnuaiv 30, lit tlio M. K
ptiMHiage, Albott V. Itiniller und Misn
Kudu A. MoCiunJH wore united in mar
rhino by Hov. L. B Troiuiiiu.
I On lnt Tlitiixbiy, dun, 25, Mix
i Hn-nie Hoiu'oint'-i' und Leslie Thump-
hod woic unhid ui marriage by Justice
of tho I'ctoo, J T Ilraut, of Odessa
ovor, tho lliimos woio extinguished be
foro much dulling" was dono,
Died, on Satuidny morning, Janunry
27, of pneumonia complicated with
kidnoy troubles, Krankio, son of Mr.
und Mrs. Jacob Sohropor, ngodOyenrs,
3 months and 10 diijs. Too remains
wore thkon to (ionova, whoro they
woro intorrod in tho family lot with
the Catholic, rites.
Whilo loturning from visiting a pn
limit in tho country Wednesday night,
tho oyo of tho nockyoko on Dr. Cal
lard's rijt brodo frightening tlio borsoi,
being a high spirited tnam thoy roadilp
mado thing' lively for a tuno. I)
Cnllard mado a daring leap for snloit.
but Hoy Uiirdon tlio driver, undeitonk
to stay with tho rig, and did until tin
tongue buried itself in ibo ground when
ho found himself nn.l buggy passing
tlin uih sp.ion lie. tonaoouly hung
to ono rein turning the horses into n
wiro fence whuro thoy became entang
led. Tlio occupants of the buggy -capod
unscathed, tho honcs weio
badly cut in the wiro.
I Jlemsy flutes prom Neighboring Touins I
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
locontly bought the Eastman dtav, re
ceived n t lognni last Tiiursdav that
his cds'or, Mis M'iggio Miller, of Chap
man. Kmsii"', was doait. Mr aim Mis.
Bvnm left Thursday to attend the I
(From tho Review.)
Mr. and Mis. Will Irvin" are rejoic
ing over tho arrival of a baby boy at
Hnrry Mnydew got a thumb cauRbt
in tho sprocket ot a corn sholler Mon
day, badly lacerating the member.
Mr. Will Seeript and Miss Harnhill
wore quietly married at tho M. E. par
sonngo Sut d'ty evening, Hov. Owon
Just as wo go to press wo learn of
tho death of O. Onstat, who has been
living two miles oast of town on Shop
Neliio Clark, a vagabond prostitute,
wno blow into Fmnk'in ono day re.
cently, were arrested and nro now in
tlio county bastilo serving a thirty
(From tho Leader.
Mrs. Si Mngner received tho
news Fridnv last of the death of
i father in Iowa
i W. C Frahm
(From tho Advooate.)
James Owen was down to St. Joseph
last w( ek with a shipment of bogs.
Chas. C. Brown was down to Red
Cloud this woikto finish bis initation
into tho Commandory.
Whilo out riding ono day recently,
Miss Queona Crano had tho misfortune
to have tho horse throw her to tho
ground and as a conscqnedce is nurs
ing a badly bruised arm.
Hurry Flinn of Fr,anklin, and Miss
(From tho Messenger.)
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoberts,
a fourteen pound buoy boy, lut-t Mon
Forrest MauMiy was down from
Cora township Monday, attending tho
funeral of his iodgo brother, S. M.
Jim Connor, engineer on the Ed
Rhodes corn shelling outfit, accidental
ly got his arm and ankle brokou last
Blaine Stramthan, living near Gay
lord was accidentally shot in tho calf
of tho log last Sunday by Charles Mit
chell, a neighbor.
On Wednesday evening, January 24,
Miss Edith Eustace aud Mr. Guy
Hutchison woro united in marriage at
the homo of the bride's parents. More
thud Hfty persons wero present and
I tho occasion was ono of delight to all
Joseph Bryne, tho young man who
has rented tho Hugh
Miner propertv in Red Cloud and will
soon move to that city.
A number of the friends of Miss
Woods gave hor a partv at Mrs.
Bia-cho Hall's last Friday evening.
The "Opossum Ciub" gave Mux
litisehow an "Opossum" supper on
Saturdnp evening hoforo his departuio
Goo Hnppert nnd Mrs. Elizabeth
Huppert woio cnlled to Lincoln Wed
nesday by a message announcing tho
serious illness of Henry Huppert.
(From the Sentinel.)
H. MoGinley, who was down to St.
Joseph with cattle last week, topped
tho markot with his load.
J. M. Emory and wife wont to Nar
ka, Kan,, Wodnosday to attoud tho
funeral of Mrs. Emory's sister-in-law.
D. Francisco and C. J. Clark havo
dissolved partnership in tho barber
hu-iness, tho latter buying tho inttirest
(From tho Advertiser.)
A I. Capps of Kensington was in
town tthis week looking for , suitable
location for a restaurant.
Chester A. Bower and Miss Edith M.
Bench, bi.th of Ionn, wero married
Monday, by Probate Judge McGohoo
Mr. and Mrs, John McCnmmon were
down from Ebon Monday to nttond
the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs.
E B Ensign.
Winnto Hcndonon received word
Sunday that, he had been appointed
postal clerk and is to loportinSt
Louis in a tow days.
Mr. Thos. Hold and Mis Nettie
Woodward, both of Webber, wore
united in nmrriagn it high noon at the
U. B. parsonage, Hov. 1). E. Vahco of
ficiating Mannie Weesner mt with quite a
painful accident Friday Whilo on his
way to Jewell with a load of hogs for
Fred Heeler. When about a mile and
a half from Mr Bpoler's tho team was
frightened and bocamo unmaniigeable,
upHotting tho wagon, leaving the boy
aud licgs underneath. When Minnie
crowled from under the wagon ho
found one hog killed and himself badly
inrofflBfffii TiME table-
IBffnBj Red Cloud, Nob.
am o a ao
SI. LOUIS and
all points east ami
ami all poinlt
TIUtHH LBAVB AS FOLLOW!
So, 18. rnHHeiiKor dully for Oberlln
nnd Ht. FrancUbrnncliOR. Ox
ford, McOook, Ucuvurnnd all
points woet. ........ 7 05 n.B.
So, 14. I'AHgonger dally for St. Joe,
KnUHHH City, Atchison, 8t.
Louis. Lincoln via Wymoro
nnd nil polnlH onst nnd south 2'IJ .
Ho 15. rassonacr. rtnlly, Donvrr, nil
polnlH In Colorado, Utnh nnd
California. .......... 7:M)p.m.
So. 16. I'HMNOiiKer. dnlly for St. Joe,
KniiiRH City. AtchlHon, St.
LouIh nnd nit points cast mid
south ........ .- .10:10 n.ta.
So. 174. Accommodation. Mnndny,
WcdneMlny nnd l'rlduy.llnM
Iiirs, Ornnd lslnnd, JlUck
Illlls nnd nil polnlH In tho
northwest 1 :30 n.ra.
BloophiK, dlnliiK, nnd rccllnliiK chnlr enrn.
scats f reui on tliroin;h trains. Tickets sold and
lUKKnKO clicckcd to any point In tho United
Uiiuih or Canada.
For Informittton. ttmo tnblcs, mnps or ticket
;all on or nddrosh A. Cnnnver, AroiU. lied
Cloud, Nohr. or L. W. Wnkeley, Onnural I'ae
seiiKOi Agent Omnln. Nohraskn
(From tho Citizun.)
Chas. Nel&on was informod this week
thnt his wifo in Peoria, III,, bad pre
sented him with a baby girl on Janu
ary 20, weighing bix pounds, clothes
Morris Dotriokon camo near having
a bad coniltgration ono night last
week. Tko roof of his farm residence
caught lire from tho ehimnoy. How-
COUNTY TREASURER'S SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
Becapltutation. l.owiB tho ,imon,it on hand .Inly lt. 100S, tho collection, slnco nnulo, uMnu-BomontB, n,l amount remaining on hand at tho cto of the
Hrt day of January, 1000, in each and all o tho several funds stated. .
KIND OF FUNDS
o a d
H. B. ASHER,
Of the Kansas City Veter
inury College Office at E.
lohuston's, tb Brick Barn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTINDM
RED CLOUD, - - NSB.
At Bine Hill first Tuesday in wuk
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets i
A Busy Medlolne for Busy People.
Brings Golden Health and Ronowod Vigor.
specific for ConRtlnntlon, Indlgortlon, I.tve
and Klilney Troubles. Pimple". Eczcmn, Impure
Blood, Bad Urcntli, RiiiBclsh Ilowrls, Ucndncbn,
and llncfcnrhe. It's Rocky Mountain Ten In to
Wit form, m crntH a hor. nenulno modo by
Hom.ibteh DniT Company, Madison, Wis.
30LDEN NUGGETS FR SALLOW PEOPLE
School and Univ. Land
County Railroad Bond
County Soldiers' Relief
Fines and Licenses
School Bond. k
Red Cloud City -.,-
Red Cloud Water Bond r..
Red Cloud Electric Lights
Red Cloud Water Works
Red Cloud Water Works Special
Red Cloud Judgments
Blue Hill Water Bond
Blno Hill Special
Guide Rock Bridge Bond
$ 715 43
f-10521 44$78505 78($074 07
t I 08
10317 73,1120010 02,$ 04105 28
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tptcial notice, without chniKo, In tno
A handiomclr lllnntraled weekly. T.nrcst cir
culation Jf any aolontino inunml. Terms, 13 a
year: four months, t. Sold byall newsdealers.
MUNN&Co.3B'Bfoad New York
Uraocb office, (35 F BU Washington, 1). O.
128187 70120010 02
Fees and Commissions received from July 1st, 1005, to January 8d, 1000, 1410 07
Railroad honds outstanding .' ao00 00
I G R McCrary County Treasurer, certify that tho ahovo is a trni and corroct statement of tho outstanding indebtedness of tho county and of nil
moneys received and disbursed by me as County Treasurer of Webster county, Nebraska, from tho first day of July, 'to1k t0 U,
fcmt of ray knowledge and belief as per statement submitted. " MCOH ary, Lounty x reasuror.
Subscribed ai d sworn to bjforo me this 30th day of January, 1000.
rgjij Lee DeTouu, County Olork.
ngaiust Fire, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, see
JNO. B. STANSEK,
agont for the Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best In
surance company inth sSto.
Isaac B. Colvin.
Farm Loans and Insurance
and Guido Rock lines.
Box 23. GUIDE ROOK, ' NEB,
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