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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1906)
lutliHM. 'I'ih'3 liirnislif-d Minm ver in 2
foresting giioing con testis, Mp.
Sylvester Krisbht winning Mm prizo,
and each luily reei'ived a Hiiuvi'nir, in ,
ii n'inir.ilt'r nf Hip iwi'hsI'.ii I),.i Snla
don cnok-d ihe ms r mill Chin Cx
i'ivod tliHin mill witiind on no ii'lc.
All I'llj lV'll til. ll'flfHlillll'lllH Vl'IJ
much, oipcuiiiy im Ini'ii'i, mil tt
gonllemou enj v'd washing tint ill h .
Heal Estate Farm Loans
To Renters and Others.
Why work for othors whou you can do so much bettor by work
ing for yourselves?
Can yon rnUo from $500 to $2000?
If you onti do this, got n homo of your own whllo land is yot
within your roach.
THE BOOM IS NOW ON
and from now on land is going to advance in vahio as uovor boforo
in your livos.
GET A HOME QUICK
and got it within tho rain bolt of Nebraska. Nebraska is good
enough for us.
You having monoy lying idlo in tho bank and earning you noth
ing, can invest it in lands that as a matter of speculation will not
you astonishing results. Seo Walkor & Bailoy for a farm horo, or
tako a trip with them tho first aud third Tuesdays in each
month farther west, but within tho rain bolt, whoro lands are cheap,
cheaper, cheapest, nud you will probably buy, either for a homo or
Our FARM LOAN DEPARTMENT offers rates and
terms especially attractive.
WALKER ft BAILEY, Red Cloud, Neb
E resting Itoms Gathered
3ur County Reporters
Mr. Farnham shiopod a curlund of
Mr. Tyler has bought a farm north
f Outdo K ick.
Elmer und Will Noblo are visiting
at Ouiwatomu', Kansas.
Mrs. Prank C uilson has neon on the
ik list for thu last few days.
Mr. Wnrthon now drives a line spnn
at mares, which ho pin chased of Jim
B irn, to Mr. and Mrf . John Sutton,
January 20, a daughter. Mother and
child do'iu well.
Alfred Contain, who is homo from
MuCook, sold his driving tiani (or
9217 and has pnrclnuod a span of
horses of Mr. Tophnm.
A very pleasant surpriso party was j
given for Alva Stonor hist week. Re
froshmeuts were served nod thu young '
people passod an enjoyable evening.
A bakot stippor wis hold at N. 3
Friday evening. A good program was
givon. Tlo baskets sold well. The
proooeds are to he usud toward buying
a boll. Tho school room has been
papored and curtains havo hueu added.
0. W. Krink and wifo wore at Am
Mr. and Mi. Ltio Smith spent Sun
duy in Superior.
Mr and Mrs. O. 1,. Lewis of Amb'ny
were guests at tho linnm of C. V
Fiink Monday. Also Mr. ami Mrs
Aft Hnlrtwln of Guide K ck.
Alex Mouia lias sola his farm and
will have a big sale Monday, February
12 We havo not learned where Mr
Monia oxpocts to locate
Chtts. Oglovio has nought tho farm
formerly owned by Biidd Norris and
has commenced building on it. Kosb
West bought, tho Oglovio farm.
Mr. Oostorblad had a salo February
0,and everything sold woll. Ho will
soon move to Guide Hock.
Goorgo llouuhiu is seriously ill
S. C. Mungor purcliasoil 85 acres of
land last week from Kd Amack, tho
purchaso price being $2125.
Jack Birnos is busily engaged in
building a now house on tho place
lately purchased of George Amack.
The cold snap tied up tho revival
services at the M. E. church Sunday,
hut sorvicss were commenced Monday
Smiths aro nourishing. A brand
now one arrived at Ohorles Smith's
Saturday, which weighed 10 pounds.
Mother aud son doing well.
The inhabitants south of tho rivor
aro in a quandary. Tho burning ques
tion isHow will wo get to tho bub
while tho bridge is being repaired? '
M'. nnd Mis. Homer Bakor wero in
our villnge hist week
Mr.. Fred Barber is slowly recover
ing from a serious illness.
A. II. Saliulon sold a horse this week
to tho horse buyer in lied Cloud.
Joe Sihulon nnd family spent Inst
wei lc with relatives in our vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lewis took dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Frink Mon
day. Boyd Harrington went to Sr. Joe
last week, nnd is making a visit at
Pawnee City on his return homo.
Saturday night, the Kightoon club
met with Mr nnd Mrs. Clnronco Cox.
nnd the gentlemen entertained tho
is the only
High Grade Powder
offered to the
consumer at a
It should not be
the cheap, low
on the one hand,
nor the high priced
trust powders on
Mrs. J. W. Divis visited wirh Mrs.
Wayne lined Wednesday.
Mo. howls Wolfe's paronts of Iowa
are visiting her this wet k
Fred Andrews left Mondny f r a visit
with his parents in Oklahoma
J I). Tiavelpiece has returned from
a month's visit in Pennsylvania
"Grandma" Cox had tho misfortune
to fall nnd break her collar bone.
K'trn McCoy returned from the west
Monday. Ho expects to spond tho sum
Mr. and Mrs. Watson of Inavalc
were visiting at tho homo of J. W. Mc
Mr and Mrs. Hortnnn Fois and Mrs.
Byrd Kilo drovo down to Red Cloud
J H McCnllum shipped two cars of
caltlo to St. Joseph Tuesday. Ho ac
Mr. IiOtnor is hauling lumber to
erect a now dwelling on Ids place,
which ho purchased of Mr. Styro.
"Grandma" Moore, who has been
sick for tho past four months, died at
her homo in this city February 3, 1900,
aged G8 yoars. Funeral services were
hold iti the Baptist church Sunday at
2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Wilson of
tho M. E church, after which the re
mains wore laid to rest in tho Plain
view comotory. She leaves a husband,
four daughters and two sons, nil of
whom were present at tho funeral, to
mourn her loss.
E STOCK MARKETS Al
705 G WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY, ROBINSON A COMPANY,
(L!VC STOCK COMMISSION
7P:CSS AT OHIOAQO, KAN8A8 CITY,
OMAHA, 8IOUX CITY. 8T. 0O8EPH
Kansas City, Fob. 0. Rocoipts of
cattlo thus far this week aro 28,800;
last week, 20,400; last year, 10,700. On
Monday tho market for boof steers
opened slow and heavy weights wore
mostly 10 cents lower with light and
handy grados nearly steady. Cows
and hoifors wore steady to strong
feeders and stockors firm. Beof stoors
wero in liberal supply today and whilo
choico light and handy weights sold
steady, plain modium and heavy stock
was negleotod and dropped 10 cents.
Cows and hoifors wore scarco and
steady; host stockors and foodors Arm;
others 10 to 15 cents off.
Tho following tnblo givos prices
Extra prime corn-fed stoors. .85 10-0 GO
Good corn fed stoors -1 00-5 10
Ordinary corn fed steers.... 4 00-4 00
Choice corn fed hoifors 4 00-fi 00
Wood com fod hoifors .T G0-1 00
Modium corn fod hoifors. ... 2 75 !J 10
Choico corn fod cows ', 50-4 00
Good :$ 00-iJ 50
Medium 2 50-3 00
C 'minors 1 ftO -2 25
Choico staif s .' 75-4 00
Choico fod bulls '. 5('-4 00
Bologna bulls 2 25-2 75
Veal calvos 5 50-7 '5
Good to choico nativo or
western stockors 3 75-4 45
Common 3 00-3 40
Good to choico heavy nativo
foodors 3 75-4 50
Pair .3 25-3 75
Good to choico heavy braud-
od horned foodors 3 25-4 00
Common 2 50-3 00
Good to choico stock hoifors 2 75-3 00
Pair 225-2 75
Good to choico stock calves,
Fair 325 375
i Good to choico stock calvos,
nonors ;i z.-4 uu
Choico wintered grass stoors
Good 3 25-3 50
Pair 3 00-3 25
Choico grass cows 2 75-3 25
Common 2 00-5 25
Rocoipts of hogs thus far this week
aro 25,000; last week 53.500; last year,
10,500. M onday's market opened 5
cents lowor but closed with tho loss
regainod. Today's trado was weak to
5 cents lowor, bulk of sales from .5.53
to 5.G5; top $5.72.
Rocoipts of shoep so far this wook
are 18,500; last week, 23,700; last year,
10,800. Monday's murkot was steady
for sheep; lambs 10 to 15 conts lowor.
Trado todny was weak to 10 cents
lowor. Wo quoto choico Iambs $7 to
for you to get a new WATCH
or WATCH CASE at POF1T
CUTTING PRICES. We have
Slashes in Prices
of Our Watches
and if you want
case, get it now,
money by doing
Jewelers and Opticians.
7.15; choice yearlings $0.10 to G.25;
choico wethors, ?5.05 to 5.75: choice
ewes; 85.10 to 5.25.
Drinks Carbolic Acid.
Pender, Neb., K . G. Adolph J.
Hanilta, farmer and ocockman, resid
ing Just east of Pender, died after
taking a drink of carbolic acid, which
ho mistook for brandy.
Public Land Grafter Sentenced.
Omaha, Feb. 5. Harry Welch, ono
of tho men who pleaded guilty to con
spiracy with tho Rov. George O. Ware J
to defraud tho government by illegal
land entries, was sentenced in the
United States district court to six
months' imprisonment on each of the
two counts against him, the sentence
to run concurrently, and to pay a fa
INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM CURED IN
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Inil., gays; "Mr
wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism In every
aukcla mncl Joint; her suffering was terrible
aud her body and face were swollen almost bo.
youd recognition; had been In bed nix week!
and had eight physicians, but received no
benefit until she tried tho Mystic euro fer
RheumatlBm. It gave immediate relief and
she was able to walk about In threo dava. I am
sure It saved her life." Bold by II. 'fi. Qriee.
Druggist, Red Cloud.
Publication of Summons.
To James H. Kldd, Mrs. .Tnmes II Klild, Rob
ert M. Cochran. Mrs. Robert M. Cochrun. Wil
liam Outhwaite, He rbert A. Tuber, I). C. Ke ly,
llrsi real name unknown, aud James Pitcher,
You are hereby notified that tho C'ty of Red
Cl'iud. In Wobster county. Nebraska, as plntn
till', lias Moil Its petition and cninineuredaii
tloti In thodUtrlct court of said Webstor coiintv
ngaliiKtyou and other defendants, the object anil
prayer of which are to extend thu corporato
limits of said city by the annexation of cirtaln
loiillgiinu territory thereto no that the cor
porate limits as extended mid the corporation
boiiuilHry line shall bo as follows and Include
nil tho territory then In. to wli : Ilegliiiilni! at
tho corner of tortious l.tf. 11 mill 12. In tow.i
Miii 1. north, ran. o 11. west of tho sixth l M..
In Webster county. Nebraska, running thence1
wen on sain hectiou lino ntiwecii Hum f-ee.tlons
'J aud 11, ltiO rods tn the iiuarter section corner;
thenco north on the half section Hue In the
center of said tectlon ii, to tho quarter section
corner between said section ! and section ai.
In township 2. range 11; thenco ;west on said
section Hue between snltl tedious 2 and 3f. 6.TU
foot; thence north, at right angles, to tho half
fectlon lino running enst and west, through tho
center of said section 3.r; theme east at right
angles In said half section lino and tho ex
tension thereof In section CM a distance In said
section 30 of 1341 7 feet to a point therein; to
wit: tho northeast corner of binlth & Mooie's
addition to Red cloud; (honco south, at right
auglCH In the cast line of said Smith & Moore's
addition and the extension thereof, to tho
south line of said section So and on to tho
south lino of the street known as Fourth Ave
nue: thence west In tho south linn of said street
on the south sldo of said section 36 to n point
1M feet east of tho northeast comer of block 33
of Hie originnl town of Red Cloud, according
to the recorded plat thereof; thenco south at
right angles, parallel with tho west lino of said
section 1, to u point In tho north lino of Kulcy
&,lncksou's addition to Red Cloud, according
to the rccoulcd plat thorcof; thenco cai-t at
right angles, In said north Hue to tho north
east corner of said addition; thenco south, at
right angles, to tho south lluoot said section 1;
thenco west In mil south Hue of section 1 to
thu southwest corner of said section 1. tho
placo of beginning You aro required to an
swer Mild petition on or boforo Monday, March
"hated February 1. lPOfi.
THE 1'ITV F RED CLOUD, Plaintiff.
Uy L. 11. Ulacklcdgo, Its Attorney. feb23
Notice Is hereby given, that under aud by
virtue of 8ii aider of salo Issued from tho
olllceofOeo V. lliiichhon. Clerk of tho Dls
trlct Court of the Tenth Judicial District, with
in and for Webster county. Nebraska, upon n
decree In an action ponding therein, wherein
Ett E, Deweeso Is plalutllt. and agnlnst I.ucy
nulliford and Hugh W OulHford. defendants,
I shall nirur for salo at public vendue, to tho
highest bidder for cash In hand, nt tho enst
door of tho Court Ilou-o, ni Red Cloud. In said
Webster county, Nebruska. ttlnit being tho
building wherein the last term of said court
was bullion), on the nth day of March, A. I),
lixiu. at oiii) o'clock p. in. of said day, the fol
lowing described property, to wit:
Lots one to twenty-four (except lots 7, H, 0 nnd
10) in bin- k ono of UtilHford'H addition to Red
Given under my hand this 31st day of Janu
ary, a. n iooti.
O D. HEDGE, Sheriff.
J, R, Moicer, Plaintiff's Attorney. mcb2
a watch or a new
for you will save
B. & M. Watch Inspectors
A Great Fire
You will have if
you try some of
The popular Lumber and
Coal men of Rod Cloud.
To ephone CO will got it.
Schmidt i Wiseeaf yep
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Wholesale nnd rotnil Frosh and
Cured Ments, and everything kept
in a first class moat market. Man
ufacturers of IjIkIj Kiado Sausage
and Strictly Puro Lard. Highest
market pricos paid for Live Stock,
Poultry, Hides, Pelts aud Tallow.
Out of CO Insurance Companies
doing business in Webstor
County tho Gooman of Free
port pays ono-third of tho taxes
and has over 000 policies in
force. Tho Farmers' Mutual of
Nobraska is tho largest Mutual
in tho state, with over three
quarters of a million dollars in
surance in Wobstor county.
for Good Insurance
O. C. TEEL,
RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY.
Mystic Cure for Khenmatlsm and Neuralgia
radically cures in 1 to 3 days. Its action upon
the system Is remarkabto and mysterious, It
removes at onco the catiso aud ,the disease Jm
mediately disappears. The first dose greallv
benefits. 76 conts audtl (Ji Scld bv H if
Gnce Druggist. Rod Cloud ' '
You will not find beauty in rougo
poi ir complexion whitewash. True
honuty comes to them only that tnko
Hollistor'a llocky Mountain Ton. It is
a wonderful tonic and heautifier 36
cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting.
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