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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1906)
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Republican State Ticket.
3yor IT. S. Senator
NOltKIS HROWN, Buffalo
CKO. L. SHELDON, Cass.
For Lieutenant Governor
M. It. HOPE iVELL, Hurt.
For Railroad Commissioners
8L J. WINNETT, Lancaster.
ROBERT COWELL, Douglas.
A. J. WILLIAMS, Pierce.
"SFbr Secretary of State
GEORGE JUNK1N, Gosper,
E. M. SEARLE, JR., Keith.
J. L. McMUEN, Fillmore.
LAWSON Q. HRIEN, Boone.
I?or Attorney General
VVM. T. THOMPSON, Merrick.
iFor Land Commissioner
HENRY M. EATON, Dodge.
WILLIAM RENKEL, Inavale.
Wot County Attorney
A. M. WALTERS, Blue Hill.
W. It. ANDERSON, Bladen.
W. E. THORN E, Hladen.
IL P. RAINES, Red Cloud.
.For Congressman, Fifth Dist.
.JQ. W, NORRIS, McCook.
Deaths and Funerals.
Cyrus H. Francis.
Cyrns II. Francis, one of the oldest
residents of northern Smith county,
Kansas, died last Monday at the age
if 81 years, 2 months and 12 days.
Pnncral services were hold t the
family home, conducted by Rev. G. W.
Hummel, and burial was in Mount
Cyrus II. Francis was born in Bur
lington, Lawrence county, Ohio, July
"27, 1825, where he resided until about
r20 years of age. He was married to
Harriett Williams in 1853, and to this
union yas born eight children, four
boys and four girls, seven of whom
-with his aged wife and a brothor. sur
vive him, one having died in 1881.
Ho is also survived by thirty grand--children
and ten great-grand-childreti.
5n 1850 ho with his family removed to
Harrison county, Missouri, and from
(there removed to his late home in
Kansas in 1878. He endured the hard
hips of the early settlers without a
murmur or complaint. During the
;ivil war he served two years and live
Mrs. L- C. Olmstead.
Mrs. Mariva Olmsted, wife of L. C.
'Olmsted, living one mile west of Ina
wulc, died very suddenly Wednesday
tiight. She had been confined to her
toed for three or four days, but was
up Wednesday. She retired Wednes
day night in apparently good health,
but died while sleeping. Funeral ser
vice!! were held from the family resi
lience this afternoon at 1:30, conducted
'ffljy Slev. G. W. Hummel,
Mariva Stone was born at Lenox,
N. Y., April 7, 1851, and was married
Uo la. O. Olmsted at Lisbon, Mich.,
September 28, 1808; removed to Web
vster county with her husband in 1871,
rued located on the farm which has
.since been their home. She was the
"mother of five children, Charles, Cora,
tJlattie, Glen and Riah, all of whom,
with hor husband, survive her.
Commissioners met in regular ses
sion October 3. 1900. Members all
The following were nppointed as
road overseers and bonds were ap
proved: W. A. Hnnnell, district No. 52.
Fred Lampman, district No. 29.-
G. A. Adams, district No. .12.
M. A. Michaels, district No. 11.
The bonds of Jim Phillips and Ellas
Loclchart as road overseers in district,
20 and 38 were approved.
The chairman appointed W. It. An
derson, T. J. Chaplin and W. Richard
as a committee to appraise for sale the
n 1-2 of ne 1-4 of 23-2-10.
Adjourned to October 2, at 8:30.
October 3, 1900.
On motion county clerk was allowed
8400 for clerking for the board.
In the matter of the road petition
the commissioners agreed to pay to
Richard Skeen S200 and furnish
material for a bridge, this mutually,
so far as county is concerned, settling a
case which had been taken, to district
court on appeal.
Hoard adjourned to October 4.
October 4. Owing to an error by
the county clerk in making out the
list of claims against the general fund,
the claims can not be published at
City of Red Cloud, road work. . . 813 75
F. V. Studebaker, bridge work. . 52 00
W. It. Anderson, bridge work... 15 00
Al Turner, bridge work 15 00
Adolph Heartman, bridge work. 15 00
Hidden Lumber Co., bridge ma
terial 34 30
J. F. Watt, bridge work 20 00
T. J. Chaplin and W. Richard were
appointed committee to view and re
pair bridge oyj miles east of Red
On motion it was decided to appoint
a committee to audit all county sup
plies purchased for the county and to
O. K. all claims. Any claim not
audited and compared with price list
as per contract will not be passed upon
by the board until so audited and
passed upon by the said committee.
The chairman appointed W. It. Ander
son, .1. Overman and T. J. tJnaplin as
such auditing committee.
In the matter of the salaries of
ofllcers and their deputies, the board
decided on the following: County
superintendent, 81200 per annum;
county attorney, 8800; salaries to be
paid quarterly. The deputies for the
county clerk and treasurer arc to be
paid for the necessary time emyloycd,
but not to exceed 8700 per annum,
to be paid out of the fees of the oillce.
County judge, county clerk and clerk
of district court are fee ofllccs and are
regulated by the statutes.
Hoard adjourned to Nov. 13.
ManZan relieves instantly the pain
caused by those blind, bleeding, Itch
ing and protruding piles. It is put up
in collapsible tubes in such a way that
it can be applied where the trouble
originates, thus stopping the pain Im
mediately. Try one bottle and if you
ure not relieved, your money will be
refunded. Try our free offer. Sold at
Henry Cook's drug store.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
A. Rood drove to Lowell Thursday.
Mrs. Kile visited her Hon Will Sun
day. Andrew Gross left for Nelson Wed
Claudo Henry of Roseland was in
Mrs. George Solomon returned to
D. Kile drove to Hastings Saturday,
Miss Mary ZolP has returned from a
mouth's visit in lowu.
Mrs. Andrew Qress is visiting hor
parents at Nolson this week,
Mrs. Ford of Swauton is visiting at
tho homo of Mrs. Juke Moore. ,-
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Krall and son
Frank loft Tuesday for Chicago.
Mrs. Wm. Ho if man loft Thursday
for a visit with her brother iu Iowa.
Rev. Farley, E. J. Solomon and J. l
Currant drove to Rod Cloud Monday.
Miss Ida Haley of Hickman is here
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Borkemyor.
Mrs. Sam Hogate is enjoying a visit
from hor mother uud sister, of Oregon.
Robert Ray came down from Uplaud
Saturday uud spout Sunday with homo
Mr. and Mrs. Horbort McCoy drovo
to Ayr Saturday and visited over Sun
day with relatives.
Mrs. Georgo Greig and daughter of
Blue Hill wero visiting at the homo of
hor sou in this city Wednesday.
C. W. Cowley, Wayne Ueod and Frod
Andrews went to Bonkelman Tuesday
to look ut tho country and visit friends.
Mrs. Kile and Mrs. Bertha Davis
woro passengers for Hastings Thurs
day. whore they will visit Mrs. Har
Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett loft Tuesday
for Lincoln, where they were called by
the sickness of their daughter Myrtle,
who is attouding school there.
Emmett Rogers and family and
Joo and Robert Denton and families
and Goo Denton and family of Covvlos
loft Monday for a visit with their par
ents in Iowa.
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PAUL STOREY, Clothier,
A New Deal.
There is a new deal In affairs in
Nebraska and the people are lighting
for lower railroad rates. So many
things are happening of real interest
to every citizen that a daily newspaper
is now a necessity. The bigges4- bar
gain that has come to our notice is
The Daily State Journal without Sun
day from now until January 1, 1907,
for only 50 cents. This is such a
small price that it can only be made
to introduce tho paper Into new homes.
The publishers claim that this is not a
scheme to get you on their books and
then keep on sending, but that tho
paper will be stopped on January 1,
1907. It would be hard to find abetter
way of investing 50 cents.
Georgo Payne is fencing in several
acres for hog pasture
A. Fringor is having quite a tusslo
with the rh. umatism.
Dave Giuor has built a largo barn.
Duvo is one of onr prosperous farmer
John Rickard has boon on tho sick
list for a fow days, but is bettor awnin.
Mrs. Kuhlman of Chestor is visitiug
at the home of her mother, Mrs. Berg
Hold. Henry Sommorhalder of Lincoln is
working for his uncle, Sam Sommor
Georgo Rickard drew a fine sewing
muchine in tho drawing contest at
Sam Soramerbalder is again at his
placo in the bank at Guide Rock, after
a few days spent at sycamore springs,
near Sauetun, Kunsrs, wuore no toon
treatment for rheumatism.
A Sunday school was organized in
tho school houso in District No. 10.
There will bo Sunday school every
Sunday afternoon at' 2:30. A cordial
invitation is extended to all.
No Longer an
The idea that has become genoral that first class building material
could no longer bo had is certainly knocked out, when you take a
look at the complete line of clear Soft Pino Finish and Siding
carried in stock by
of Hod Cloud, Neb. What is also pleasing to tho buyers of Lumber
and building material is the fact that their prices are reasonable,
and they guarantee a 9QU ARE DEAL. They also have a nice
lino of Oak, Hiokory and Poplar Wagon Material. Seo their Shin
gles. You can not help but admire them.
Tho members of this enterprising firm, assisted by plenty of
excellent help, are alwuys glad and take pleasure in showing to tho
public this nice stock.
IJee's Laxative Honey and Tar the
original laxative cough syrup acts as a
cathartic on the bowels. It is made
from the tar gathered from the pine
trees of our own country, therefore is
the beht for children. It is good for
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough,
etc. Try our free offer. Sold at
Henry Cook's drug store.
Dr. Raines Nominated.
Itr. II. P. Unities of this city was
nominated for Float Representative
for Adams and Webster counties, at
the Republican convention held at the
Ilostwick hotel in Hastings Wednes
day evening. The nomination could
not have gone to a more capable man
and we are pleased to announce his
nomination. The nroner thintr to do
now is to get out and work for his
election. Tho Republicans are not
going to have a walk-away this fall,
but If all get out and work we can
elect the entire county ticket and give
a good majority for tho state ticket.
Election day is but four weeks away.
C. C. McConkey was 04 years old
yesterday, and last evening about
eighteen of the comrades of Garfield
Post and members of the Relief Corps
gathered at his home and gave him a
delightful surprise. Mrs. McConkey
was in the secret and had prepared a
splendid supper for the guests of the
evening. The old old soldiers fur
nished watermelons as a dessert for
the occasion. One of the enjoyable
features of the evening was a "Japa
nese" fight between Mr. McConkey
and Prltz Newhouse.
vK. HIIICA V
O. W. DUDLEY, SDPT.
Vernon Storey is again in school.
The city teachers were entertained
last Friday night by Miss Hall.
Jilla Engels, '07, substituted for
Miss Ward Thursday. Miss Ward at
tended the Odd Fellows exercises at
Miss Pope's room has been supplied
with now seats. They aro an orna-
i inont to the room as well as most com
fortable for the pupils.
Two more dozen kindergarten chairs
have been placed in the North and
South wards. The attendance in this
Our Prices are the
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department is greater than usual.
A high school chorus, under the
direction of Miss Duckcr and Miss
Hall, hus been organized. Hooks are
boon to be ordered. If the chorus is
succcssfull, as we have reason to hope,
a public concert will be given
time during the year.
for tk week ending
W. C. Britton
Herman B. Hurst
N. H. Norris
Mrs. J. B. Sutton (2)
Oct. 11 10(K
Morlio E. Green
f Poarl Harper
Chas. P. Mitchell
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at postotDco at Red Cloud, Nob.,
Those will b sent to the dead lotter
ofllco Oct. 25, 1900, if not called for
before. Whon culling for above ploaso
T. C. Haoker, Postmaster.
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