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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1906)
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a $1 a Year
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E RED CLOUD CHIEF
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, APRIL 27, 1900.
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Leaves Red Cloud Tuesday, Btflay 1,
7 a. m., Low Rato Round Trip, to
Sunny El Rito Valley, B$ew Mexico.
Now only $40 per acre
Will soon he worth $100
Remember, 310 pays for land uud perpetual Water Itight fully paid. No crop failures. No drowning
out of crops. No drouth. No cyclones. Tit lo perfect. Warranty Deed at any time. You are not
obliged to live on this land to obtain title. Remember this laud is now onlv $10 por aero, one-lift li
cash, balanco livo equal annual payments, interest (5 percent por annum. You can buy -10 or moro
acres. Wo also have 10 aero tracts adjoining town for fifty dollars por ncro on tho same
term. It is especially adaptod to fruit raising. Thirty years without a failure. Also Alfalfa, Sugar
Beets, Potatoes and Grains. Canal now completed which will irrigate ovor 8.000 acres. Note extracts
from some of the people who have purchased laud:
assisted by nineteen brothers from t i;:-:-:-:-::t.X:f:Max:v:-:X:-:-:'.;
iU'd Cloud and eleven from lilue Hill. ' .
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iu viiiiiivi mi'iiiifi'i i ni i v iii
Ui'iin, .Silas iJ. viers, Michael Kaile,
(.'. G. Durgiu and Peter Kinigh. Tho
111 st tiUU'crs of t lie lodge weie as follows:
Kobinsou, I). G. Warner, C. MaU'.oncr, ft 3
I 1 (!. W. Grogor, James Unify, Harrison i ( .C4;XX";
Noble Grand- ,1. Robinson.
Vice Grand -C. (!. Dnrgiti.
Tioa'-ui or -Peter Kinigh.
I?. S. of N. G. - M. Kurlo.
Conductor I'. Mulzeiicr.
Warden- G. W. Grcgor.
O. G.--B. B.ViorH.
1.(1. I). G.Wat nor.
U.S. of V. G. -Harrison Moan.
Wm. Davis, Barclay, Kansas, says.
"I llnd your proposition bettor than
represented in your prospectus."
S. Vim Whoolor. St. Francis, Kansas,
says: "Tho land is capable of produc
ing largo crops of all kinds and is ono
of tho best fruit districts in Now Mex
ico." M. P. Pitt, Winflold, Kansas, says:
I likod it so much that I bought 50
ucres moro than I intended."
W. P. Hall, Goldon City, Mo., says:
"I liked tho land so well that I took 10
acres moro than I had intended."
Geo. Rex, Cherokee, Kansas, says;
UI did not suppose thoro was any such
tract of land in Now Mexico unoccu
pied. I think this tho finest valley 1
oversaw." (Ho was reliovod of asth
ma within 18 hours.)
J. R. Ball. Golnoti City, Mo.: "Thoro
wore eight in our party and all bought
moro than thop oxpoctod.
Dr. T. II. Sutherland, president Col
orado Stato Doutal Association, Den
ver, says: "1 found tho land beauti
fully situated, soil rich and product
ive. I found all varieties of fruits
growing in great abundance. I can
not refrain from mentioning tho oli
nmte air dry, pure uud stimulating.
Tho locality is most delightful and
Lust Saturday afternoon Al Strohm, !
t ho druggist, made a vicious attack1
nupon uov. k. ij. I'J. urn, pastor ot tno
Methodist church at Iuavale, as the
I latter was emerging from Waldo's
store, whoro ho had been making some
1 purchases. Ilov. Hill was knocked
down and badly bruised about tho!
1 face and head, being so dazed that ho l
The Burlington railroad will make low
Will refund car fare to all who buy land ot us.
rates for the round trip.
Or if you want a good farm in this county, I can fit you out. I have sold
over $40,000 worth ol property in this county within the last few months. I
am "still, in the ring" for business. If you have anything to sell or trade, no
matter where 'it is, I can ht you out.
MONEY LOTS OF ITTO LOAN
, on the best terms that can be made. Write or call on me at
once for full particulars. Address
J. P. HALE, the Real Estate Man
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
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,v. Wedndc-day, at tho honm of
Mr. and Mrs. George .1. Warren in thin
city, occurred tho marriage of their
daughter, Nellie Hell Wurrou, to Mr.
Hd ward li. Grimes of Blue Hill. Uov.
J. M. Bates, rector of Grace church,
olllciated, using tho Hpiscopal ring
service. Miss I mm (J rimes, sister
of t lie groom, was maid of honor, and
Miss Josephine Guild acted as ring
Shortly after 12 o'clock tho bridal
party entered tho parlor to the strains
of tho wedding march played by Miss
Irene Miner, the bride and groom took
their places beneath a large bell mndo
of smilax and faster lilies, whoro tho
Rev. Mr. Bates pronounced tho words
that united them in holy wedlock.
Following tho ceremony, tho guests
woro invited to tho dining room by
Mrs. Frank Smith. Tho dining room
was decorated in red ana wiiilc
Mrs. Dr. Morrison and Mrs. Ringer
inn lkii i.jlla iililft Mmiltiiit inltit 4 in
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Strohm struck Hill several times bo-1
foro ho could bo stoppod by hystaud
1 Cook and Miss Frances Bcntloy served
the guests with u two courso luncheon.
Tho happy couplo left on tho even
ing train for Donvor on their wedding
trip, and will bo at home in Blue Hill
after Juno 1.
'Pli.i fftllrm'ttwr nlf f fnii'tl (nnu(u
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1111 im;liu miiu 111 k.wii.jiiiiuunin 11,11 wiu 1
Stato Anti-Saloon lciiguo. Sinco
ors. Tho trouble botwoen tho two
men grow out of tho prosecution Of
Strohm for tho ilkgal selling of liquor,
licli it is .said Row Hill has taken 1
Handsome Mew Building at Guide Rock
of the Lodge.
Thursday was an opoeh-marking day
for tho pretty little city of Guide
Hock. All day long visitors poured
into tho town from neighboring towns
uud tho surrounding country, until
tho streets and hotels wero Tilled to
overilowing with probably tho largest
crowd Guido Rock has ovor soon.
Tho occasion was tho dedication of
tho handsome now two-story audito
rium and lodge room erected by tho
Guido Rock Odd Follows lost year, as
well as marking tho 87th anniversary
of tho organization of tho Iudopoudont
Order of Odd Follows in America.
Thoro woro delegations of Odd Fol
io 7s from Blue Hill, Rod Cloud, Su
perior, Nelson, Chester and other
places, and tho visitors woro hand
somely entertained by tho citizens of
Prayor Row G. W. Hummel.
Address of Welcome G. W. Hum
mel. Response Grand Master Frank P.
Address Rev. Stevens, Cozad.
Music by tho band.
Thoro was nlo on impromptu llfo
aud drum corps concert by G. W.
Hagan's drum corps, composed of n
half dozen small boys.
Tho evening program was altered
and cut short owing to tho failure of
tho Superior and Hardy degree teams,
which woro to havo put on tho second
ond third degrees, respectively, to put
in an uppearauco.
Grand Master CorrJck called tho
lodgo to order, and after tho opening
oxorcisos tho Rod Cloud Robekuh team
gave on exhibition drill.
Strohm's arrest ho has modo frequent
throats that he would "got tho
preacher," whom ho blames for all his
Tho fact of tho matter is, no ono is
to biamo except Strohm himself.
When a man enters a peaceable and
law-abiding community and deliberate
ly and persistently violatos tho laws of
t ho state ho has no right to expect any
thing but trouble, and he should have
it handed to him in largo packages.
Row Hill should and will rocoivo tho
hearty support of all good people in
his light for decency aud morality.
Strohm was urrestod Monday on a
charge of assault. The liquor selling
case was to havo como up Tuesday,
but owing to tho suddon adjournment
of court Tuesday morning till May 7i
on account of tho illness of Judge
Adams' son, tho case was continuod.
builders may well bo proud. It is
39x101 foot on tho ground and two
stories in height. Tho lower story is
intended to meet tho requirements of
tho town for a public hall. Tho floor
space of this room is .17x72 foot, with
a stago 18x37 feet. At ono side of tho
entrance is tho ticket oillco and on tho
opposite sido is a cloak room. Tho
auditorium is seated with opera choirs
and has a capacity of about 500. Tho
coiling of tho room is 1GJ feet high.
Tho upper story is used as a lodgo
room by tho Odd Follows and other
secret societies Tho lodgo room is
37xfw foot, with a 11 foot ceiling.
At tho roar of tho hall thoro is a largo
dining room and kitchen. At tho
front aro a largo reception room, ante
room, preparation room and two para
Tho building is heated by a double
furnace system, installed at a cost of
about S300, ono part of which heats
tho lower and the other tho upper por
tion of tho building. Tho lighting
plant cost about tho same amount aud
Tho dedicatory exercises, which woro i tllQ ovonju
public, woro held in tho largo now
lodgo room, which was taxed to its
fullest capacity. Tho following was tho
program for tho afternoon oxorcisos:
Music Guide Rock band.
1 :30 p. in. Form parade and march
Tho work of tho initiatory dom-nn 1 ls also ln duplicate, one part lighting
was exemplified by Chestor lodge No. tho lower Hnd tho othor tho "PP"'
135, in 11 highly satisfactor manuor. story- Tho 8tn nhts' footlights and
Bon Adhem lodgo No. 18G of this I lmU nht8 c,m bo P0ted iudopond
city then put on tho work of tho first I0"11? of pnch othoi
! degree, which ended tho program for , i o woodwork of tho interior of tho
1 building is hard plno finished in oil.
There was also a danco in tho oven, ibo building and fixtures complete
ingfortho entertainment of visitors cost ovor 811,000.
not mombors of tho order. . ,,Tm. ,,,,
Tho Curts company presented
"David Harum" at tho opera house
Saturday night to a largo uudiouco.
Mr. Curts as "David" was exception
ally good, while tho balanco of tho cast
was considerably above tho average.
Of courso all tho interest in the ploy
centers around tno doings and say
ings of "David Harum," and Mr. Curts1
portrayal of tho part was so natural as
to almost mako one boliovo ho was
Mr. and Mrs. Grimes, Miss Irmu
Grimes, Dr. Franklin and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. ('. F. Guild and daughter
Josephine, Mrs. Newcomer and VA
Martin of Blue Hill; Mr. aud Mrs. O.
C. Bell and Col. and Mrs. Ringer of
Lincoln; Dr and Mrs. Lynn, Mrs.
Koohler and Mrs. Stono of Hastings;
Mrs. Thompson of Grand Island uud.
Mrs. Whito of Bostwick.
Wednesday, April 25; at noon oc
curred tho marringo of Mrs. Ida C.
Sheldon tp II. W. Young of Kansas, at
tho homo of tho brido's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. McCartney. Ilov. Huru
mol officiating. Tho bride aud groom
aro well and favorably known to all.
Thoy will resido on the groom's form
in Jewell county, Kansas.
To Mothers In This Town.
Children who are delicate, feverish
aud cross will get immediate relief
from Mother Gray's Sweet Powder for
children. Thoy cleanse tho stomach,
act ou tho livor, making a sickly child
strong uud healthy. A certaiu euro
for worms. Sold by nil druggists, 25
cents. Samplo free, address Alien S.
Olmstoad, Lolloy, N. Y.
Houso of 5 rooms, 0 lots east front,
corner lots. Barn, nice houso, price
$1300. J. P. Hale.
evkes C?.ex.r. Brewed
Guide Hook lodgo No. 133, I. O. O. F.,
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Tho new building which was dodi-, was instituted Juno 1, 1885, by tho
catod yesterday is ono of which its 1 late J. II. Smith, deputy grand master,
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