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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1906)
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GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
(From the Journal.)
Sheriir Jones returned from East
Ht. Louis last night with his prisoner,
K. S. Hinklo, and left for Nelson. Mr.
and Mrs. Jenkins arrived hero this
morning and left for their homo.
Mrs. Hinklo created somewhat of a
feeling of disgust last evening with
on-lookers at the train, hy meeting
her husband with a kiss, and sympa
thy for her has waned considerably
today. Numerous opinions uro nlloat
in regard to tho uM'uir. It is roportod
that Hinklo was very anxious to got
out of town for Nelson, foarlni bodily
harm might bo done him, atid so the
Hheriff took his prisoner overland to
' the county neat.
At the homo of Mr. and Mrs. John
Hodburg of this city on Wednesday
oveulng, Aug. 8, occurred tho marriage
of their daughter, Alvls L. to R L.
Myers. Tho ceremony was porformod
by Rev. U. G. Brown.
Last night at the home of Mrs. S. E.
Boyd, ono-hulf mile southeast of Su
perior, occurred tho marriage of her
daughter, Miss Kate, to Mr. Lewis
cut Billy Smith on tho right arm bo
tween tho elbow and shoulder. Tho
knife wont to tho bono, cutting the
artery and leaving a gash over au inch
Tho young folks of this place plan
ned a surpriso party on Frank Phlu
ney and drove out to tho Phinnoy
farm Monday night. They report a
very enjoyable time.
W'm. Smith, who opened a black
smith shop here recently was called to
St. Joo Wednesday morning on no
count of tho serious illness of his wlfo
who is au inmate of one of the hospi
tals at that place.
Miss Nellie Knapp Is attending tho
Y. M. ('. A. convention at Waterloo,
Iowa. She goes as a delegate from
Perfect In quality.
Moderate In prloe.
(From the Times.)
Mr. (Joo. Mouto left Monday oven
ing for Oburliu to attend tho marriage
of Miss Mabel Addleman to Frank
Tho Christian meeting in tho lent
closed Monday evening with several
more converts. Twenty-six wore mi
ni jrso Monday und tho rest wero for
mer members that took membership
by letter or othor recommendation.
Walter Williams, tho blacksmith,
was carrying his right oyo in a sling
the llrst of tho week. A piece of stool
struck him in the eye last Saturday,
which caused him to walk him to
walk tho (loor until Monday morning
when tho doctor succeeded in getting
(From tho Messenger.
Tho Smith Center ball toam wont to
Uourtlaud last Friday and wore beat
en 1 to 3 by a very lucky scratch out
for Courtland. Tho homo team' had
Courtlaud shut out for seven innings,
but four costly errors in tho seventh
and ninth innings lost tho game for
Mrs. J. D. Flaxboard returned last
Friday evening from tho Mercy hospi
tal at Council Mull's, Iowa, where she
had undergone a very critical opera
tion. Married, Wednesday, August 8th, at
high noon at the homo of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Mead oc
curred tho marriago of their daughter
Faith J. Mead to Mr. Hardacre, sou of
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hardacro.
Richard W. Robertson was born in
Wnpillis county, Iowa. February IS,
180!. Ho departed this, life August 3,
190(5. When about 1(5 years of ago ho
moved to Smith county, Kansas, whero
he has since resided.
Art Rolihau, Clyde MoBrido and
Harvo Wright wero assisting tho Agra
ball team yesterday in defeating Be-loit.
(From the Citizen.)
Dr. Callard performed an operation
on tho 12-year old son of Dick John
son, Monday, who has boon suffering
from an abscess of tho vermiform up
At tho mooting of tho Campbell Firo
department Wednesday evening a
committeo was appointed to solicit tho
business interests for sudioiout funds
to purchaso a tiro bell and securo a
few little things which are imperative
ly necessary to get the department
Miss Alphoslno Demurs, woo bus
been teaching in Bladen for tho past
two years and of whom thoy speak
highly as a toucher, was oirorod $50 a
month in Highland school, district No.
10, Wobster county, and has uccepced
Baptism was administered to two
new members of tho M. E. church lust
Sunday at S. K. Hardy's pluco threo
and a half miles north of town.
(From the Review.)
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lawronco
Walker, u lino boy on Sunduy.
While fooling with a knlfo Saturday
oveniug Harry Mucklo accidentally
Is It Your
Do you pin your hat to your
own hair? Can't do it?
Haven't enough hair? It must
be you do not know Ayer's
Hair Vigor! Here's an intro
duction! May the acquaint
ance result in a heavy growth
of rich.thick, glossy hair! And
we know you'll never be gray.
" I think that Ayer' Hnlr Vlnnr It tlio moil
wonderful lialrnroer llmt win evi-r mmle. 1
linve usi'il It for aonvn tlmo hihI I chii trutli
fully iy tlmt I urn Rrratly tiltainl with It, I
oliewrf nlly rncoiimiriul It ai n pluiullil iireju
ration." Ml 88 V. II hoc k, Waluml, Mich,
(From the News Letter.)
13. E. Burr has bought or traded for
tho Peters stock of harness in tho
Paco building and will enlarge and
improve tho sumo, Tho business will
bo in churgo of A. J. Spiers.
Next Wednesday, August 15, Jos. S.
Hoskius severs his connection with
tho R. F. D. servlco and C. F. Schor
buchor tukes his pluco.
Chester Cox bus given up his posi
tion as telephone manager at this
plsco und will go to Holly, Colorado,
whero ho owns a furm, and will engago
in agricultural pursuits.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bailey und Her
bert und Harvey, started Wednesday
oveuiug for Long Baach, California,
whero thoy will visit their sister, Mrs.
Lona Greenlee und other friends.
It is roportod that Mrs. V. D.
Vuughn, west of town, who registered
in tho Shoshone Indian Reservation
land drawing was fortunate euough to
draw No. 18 and has been offered $!l,000
for hor chance.
Anson Gurbor came down from Red
Cloud on No. 10 Monday. Tho family
is again located in their old homo oust
A. A. Duvis well known to many pf
our readors, has sold his residence
and insurance business in North
Brunch to T. W. Clino aud expects to
go to California to live.
TJ Uodger court house work.. 17 120
J A MeArthur court expense.. Hi 00
Turnure Bros. tinUe r! 77
A M Woleott rent election .... 5 00
II F, Orice supplies....' WC,
) S liurber salary 1 '.'. !'
A M Walters otllee expense 10 00
(5 W Hutchison insane case.... HI 00
David Morrison jurors board... 0 00
Frank Nelson jail repair. II 00
S 1! Kisser court house work... It '-.'5
(. W Hutchison Insane case... '2 .'!)
W S Ashby printing 7 00
(J W Hutchison court fees 8 7.1
(J W Hutchison inquest 15 -!
A M Walters expense county
attorney 10 00
John (JrilToth groceries 7 10
Fred Muurur utlus 4 00
Chief Pub. Co. printing, 115 lift
AH Vincent papering 7 00
A M Walters telephone and
postage 1 .'I 00
(! W Hutchison court fees .'10 s.l
State Journal Co printing 57 00
I) Morrison jurors meals II 25
F C Kuseho'w 10
F C Huschow 4 52
l,ee De Tour expense of otllee. . (IS 51
Lee De Tour clerk of board.... 200 00
A Band at Last.
Ued Cloud will again have a bund
unless all signs fail. A meeting was
held Monday evening and it was de
cided to organize .September 1st. Al
vin Snupp. who made such a success
of the Webber band, has secured a
position with II. K. (Jrice and will be
the instructor of the band. There is
plenty of musical talent in Ued Cloud,
and pledges of support have already
been given by the business men which
guarantee the necessary tinancial
backing for the enterprise. In the
past lied Cloud has supported good
bands, and there is no reasan why,
with the enthusiasm shown at Mon
day night'.s meeting, we should not
have the best band in southern Ne
braska. Populists Nominate.
The Populists held their county con
vention at the court house last Satur-
duy and everything passed oil" har
moniously. A. W. Cox of Bladen was
nominated for commissioner of the
Second district. L. II. Bluckledgewus
nominated for county attorney. A
II. Holt'man of Bladen was nominated
Grlcc In Char&c. '
Ak a result of considerable argu
ment at the council meeting Wednes
day evening II. K. Orico was given
charge of the direction of the Im
provements at the water works und
his plans will be carried out. The
How of water has already Keen in
creased about 50 per cent.
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hold their shape and give
satisfaction. That is the
kind of Suits I am sell
that are the
snappy, stylish kind, com- a
v PAUL STOREY, Clothier &
bined with wear-resisting
Keep You Cool
and look well. UNDER
WEAR and HOSIERY
that are cool and will not
to crown all this, and as
surance that you are well
dressed and have money
No Longer an
The idou that bus become general that first cluss building material
could no longer bo hud is cortuiuly knocked out, when you tuko u
look at tho complete line of clear Soft Pine l''iuish and Siding
carried in stock by
of lied Cloud, Nob. What is also pleasing to tho buyers of Lumber
aud building material is tho fact that their prices are reasonable,
and thoy guarantee a SQUARE DE AL. They also have u nice
lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Materiul. See their Shin
gles. Vou can not help but admire them.
Tho members of this enterprising firm, assisted by plenty of
excellent help, are always glad and take pleasure in showing to tho
public this nice stock.
Gored by a Bull.
Albert Woodside, living neurCowles,
was gored by a bull Tuesday und
came near losing his life. He was un
conscious for nearly two hours. At
last accounts he was on the road to
Ask For Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powdor for swollen, tired, hot,
smarting feet. Sample sout froo. Also
free samples of tho foot-ease snuitary
corn-pud, a now invention. Address,
Allou S. Olmstoad, Leltoy, Now York.
Mkdi by J. O. A jrer Co., Lowall, Man,
Ai.o Dinuioiuren or
Following is a partial list of claims
allowed on the general fund:
.I K Fox, deputy assessor S 4.r 00
W A Shottenlcirk 1 53 00
.I H Robinson assessor ft" 00
W F Uenkel assessor 81 00
C K Putman assessor Oil 00
.Jerome Vance assessor '.3 10
1) !: from assessor 05 00
.1 11 Morse assessor 85 00
I 1 1 Thomas assessor 00 00
Oliver Sutton assessor 78 00
August France assessor 8!l '-'ft
II C Scott 117 00
Henry Stumpenhorst 7ft 00
K H Smith 130 00
Louis Hangert 78 00
lieo Peterson 40 00
Hichard Turner county assessor 788 20
Dist. No 0 election 4 00
M L Thomas cleric election April
10, 1871 '2 00
,0 W Hutchison otllee expense.. 17 9ft
.1 S Lurgent land for road 45 00
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse in Now York,
discovered an aromatic pleasant herb
euro for women's ills, called Austral-ian-Loaf.
It is tho only cortnin
monthly regulator. Cures female
wonkno'ssos und bnokuoho, kidnoy,
bladder und urinnry troubles. At nil
druggists or by mall 50 conts. Snmple
free. Address, The Mother Gray Co.,
LoRoy, New York.
You will find some attractive oxcur
sidn rates that will interest you.
To Chicago and return vory low
loss thuu half rates for tho round trip.
August 1th to Gth, August 11th to lath.
Ample return limits.
To Now England and Canada daily
low round trip rates to Cunuda and
ou August 8th and 22nd to Now Eng
G. A. K. rates to Minneapolis and St.
Paul August Uth to 13th. Muoh less
than half rates for the round trip.
To San Prauoisco and Los Angeles
and return only $r0 direct routes and
Our Prices are the Best
1TXI AMAfK I
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sound, returning via Northern Paoiflu Ask your agent. Write D. Clem
Burlington lino via Billings. All tho Denver, Agent Burlingtou's Homo
attractions of tho west iuoludod in this ' seekers' Information Buroau at 1004
rato and routo. Daily, Septembor 3rd Pnrnnm st., Omaha, at out gottiug
to tho 11th, limit Ootobor 31st. hold of a froo sootion of Kiukaid land
Denver, Colorado Springs and Thousand of acres of theso lands are
Pueolo-for Pike's Peak celebration, being vacated, and wo assist settlors iu
ono fare round trip, maximum $15 locatluc on theso lnrwl
, from tho Missouri river, September 19 Consult nearest Burlincton tlokot
t0;- , . , ' n8nt u"out low rates for summor
UUu.-.aM.0 AUl0iuu3-lre(iuent. tours in any direct on. J. R R.Uvmvls.
$02.50 via Shasta routo and Pugotjly each mouth, accordlug to territory. Agent.
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