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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1907)
5 J-WTfi. SW,
1 fleoisy lotes prom
(from t ho Monitor)
Goorgo Wilson's father died lit his
komo in Fairfax, Mo., Tuesday.
During tho four years ho hold t ho
fflco of probate judge, G. W- MoGohoo
issued (SIO marriago licenses and mar
ried 201 uouplo.s.
Littlo Marjorio Trump, tlio 2 year
old daughter of Harry Trump, drank
nomo gasoline Monday and for iiwhilo
lior life was despaired of.
W. Koirj tlio manager of Maukato's
food mill, is negotiating for tho pur
chato of a comploto Untiring mill at
at Claudoll, Kan., which ho will movo
Claro Ponahoo oamo homo sick from
collego at Siilinu tlio llrst of tho wool;.
During Clare's vacation last summer
he raised .'1,200 bushels of corn, which
is now cribbed.
(From tho lie view.)
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred limit of
Longmout, Col., a lino boy.
Al Scrivnor was arrosted and fined
tr for drunkenness, Saturday evening.
Amos Allen was called to this place
Monday to bo ut the bedside of his
brothor Robert, who is seriously ill.
George Thompson and wife wero
called to Kearney Saturday evening
wing to tlio sorious illness of their
Mrs. Holden received word last Sat
urday morning of tho deatli of her
mother, Mrs. E. A Orr, which occurred
tho night before at tho homo of hor
daughter, in Gold Hill, Col.
(From the Times.)
P. T. Nixon of Nome, Alaska, is in
tho city visiting with Claroueo Beards
loo and other friouds and relatives in
Dr. 1. li. Mays has released tho quar
antiuo from tho home of Sam lleudor
on, whoso children have boon alllictod
Samuel and Chas. Sargent returned
from Topoka Thursday evening. No
operation was performed on Sam, as it
wa- thought it would bo of no nonollt'
to mm. I
Last Monday, while feeding his
horses, John Andrews, who lives south
of tho city, met with a severe accident.
Ono of tlio horses became angry and
bit oil' tho third linger! of one of his
Davo and Nod Boll were in Smith
Ooiiter Tuosday as witnesses in tho
preliminary of Geo. Cooper, ohargod
with robbing Davo Boll of f-10 in cash
and two notos. Coopor was hold to
tlio district court, his bond being lixed
(From the Sentinel.)
L. E. Furry shipped throo car loads
1 fat cattle from his own food lots
Karl Spenco of Hidden arrivod Tues--4ay
oveuing to take up quartors with
Brown, the photographer, as an ap
prentice. Ed M. Hussong writes from Codar
tJity, Utah, that ho "will be baok to
Webraska in June to take up his liabi-
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.
tation with tho just; that his citizen
ship remains in Nebraska, where his
Thoso who doubt that a wildcat oc
casionally wandors down tho Repub
lican valley can uudeceivo themselves
if they talk to A mo Harris. Amo
eiiught a big one in a trap Sunday
night about seven miles down tho
river. It was somewhat larger than u
dog and an ugly looking customer. It
was killed, ho-Aovor, and Amo holds
tlio polt as a trophy.
(From tho News Lottor.)
W. D. Hall loft Sunday evening for
San Francisco. Wo understand that
ho took his carponter tools witli him.
Goorgo Fairllold will next week com
monco the orection of a brick dwelling
house on tho lot just north of Peter
J A.Sheoley tho popular furniture
dealer, has bought out a furniture
store at Nelson, lie has no intention
of leaving Guide Rock, however.
Monday morning W. F. Crowoll put
a force of inon at work putting up ico
an-l by Wednesday evening lie had bo
twoon .51)0 and -JUi) tons in his own ico
hnuso and in that of L. L.'Wiitt which
ho also tilled.
(From the Leader.)
Lloyd Grimes loft yesterday for He
loit, Wis., after spending a month at
K. W. MoKonsio received a telegram
last Thursday statingtho sudden death
of his brother in California.
Mrs. Fred Siobrass and littlo girl rc
turnod last Saturday from Mindon
wlioro tho girl hail hor tonsils removed
by a physician of that placo.
('has. Fulwider and wife returned
Wednesday evening from Crete wlioro
they wero willed by tho illness and
subseii tent death of his mother.
Chris Kort informs us ho recently
received a letter and picture from Aug.
Gorloir, a Uluo Hill boy, who is now
serving in tlio army. Ho onlNted near
ly three years ago, served two years in
tho Phillipincs, and on his return in
J Montana and Washington and is now
stationed in Michigan.
(Prom the Citizen.)
A boy was bom Sunday to Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Madosou, south of town.
Mart Hanson, living northeast of
town, who recently underwent an oper
ation, is reported as gradually improv
Miss Hannah Uonson and Mr. Gust
Anderson wore united in marriago ut
1 o'clock Wednesday, at the horns of
tho brido's mother west of town.
.Torgon Jensen, living nost f town
about six miles, who has boon spending
about two months at his fold homo in
Donmark, writes that ho will be back
homo about February !).
At a meeting of tho stockholders of
tho Campbell Incl. Tolophone company
hold at the hall yesterday afternoon it
was decided to dissolve tho company
as it has horotoforo existed, and re -
A graceful occurrence (took place in
school district (515, of Webster county,
Even John Philip Sousn, the great bandmaster, who has no use for
Phonographs, has been forced to recognize the Phonograph as a for
midable competitor. The two-step king says that people will no
longer go to concerts if they can have music in their own homes so
easily and so cheaply as they can with the Phonograph. This is an
unwilling tribute, but it is nevertheless a tribute. The man who has
a Phonograph has a concert in his own house. Even a king could not
have more. At our store you can hear them any time.
I Vic-ron 7 J J J ioV (
M.t. m l if . .
'His Mnsicrb Voice'
The above prices include 12 8 -in. records with each machine
The Edison Phonograph.
The Edison Gem Phonograph $10.00
The Edison Standard Phonograph 20.00
The Edison Home Phonograph 30.00
The Edison Triumph Phonograph 50.00
Records, 35c each; $4.20 per dozen.
Compare these prices with anyone's,
remember we save you t lie freight.
Jewelers and Opticians. Burlington Watch Inspectors.
wlioro Miss Grace Skjolvor for the last
four years has been tlio teacher, when
tho pupils of that school prosonted hor
with a handsome fountain pon as a
token of love and ostoomiu her tireless
educational efforts for tho young.
(From the Advocate.)
Mrs. II. Ketnley has been very
tlio past week or so.
At tho Methodist parsonage on
22d inst., Win. Fischer and Miss Ollio
Boar wero married.
Mrs. M. Davis received the sad intel
ligence by wire yesterday announcing
tlio death oT her sister, Mrs. Gardner.
Goo. Hawbolt and Miss Trossa Josh,
drove to town early Wednesday morn
ing, and after securing the services of
Judge Losoy, wont homo in double
N L. Ball and Albert Francisco are
hero from Franklin to commence the
work of installing the now switchboard
for tho Republican Valley Telephone
Kliiier Gooding, of Ilildroth, was up
before tlio insane board yostorday upon
a complaint tiled under tho dipsotna
nic law, but after hearing tho evidence
tlio board decided that ho was not 1111
(Prom the Express.)
Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Chanoy, of Hod
Cloud, are hero visiting tlioir sou Les
lie Chanoy, and family.
Mrs. B. C. Burt 1 ft Saturday for
Indiana, called there by tho serious
illness of hor father.
.iiimeB Jouos loft yesterday with
twenty-four hoad of Mr. Guthrio's fine
blooded cattle for tho thoroughbred
sale at Columbus, Nob.
I rjr. Brainard and Ray Kesterson left
th, morning for Rochester, Minn.,
j whore tho formor is likely to undorgo
' nn operation in tho hospital.
About 12:3othis morning the lire
alarm was turned in. The rear end of
Warreu Thomaw' lunoh room was nil
The Victor Gramaphone.
ablaze, but tho promptness of the lire
boys had a very good elt'ect and the
flames wero soon put out, with very
littlo additional damage.
l (From thi' Messenger.)
j Will Arnold, tlio young Pawnee
1 township farmer, was in town Tuesday
wtn -"' "ca(1 ()l llo's luat nvoraged :ti2
I pounds each and netted him ;?rlS.7.".
At his preliminary hearing, Tuesday.
George Coopor, charged with grand
larceny by Davo Hell of White Hock
1 township, was bound over to district
Monday, was "moving day" for a half
dozen of Smith Center's rapid young
mon. Their hasty exit from the city
was caused by tho seizure and deten
tion of coquettish, 1(5 year old Pearl
Kenyon in juvenile court. Two of tho
young fellows, moro scared than tho
rest, didn't wait for a train, but hoofed
it over to Kivorton across tho lino in
J. E. Butler
is putting up ice this
Mrs. G. A. Wolls is among the sick
John Carpontor loft Tuesday ovon
Emery Waller wont to Litchfield
Tuursday for a short visit.
Goorgo Squires has taken a position
as clerk in Groonhalgh's storov
Miss Anna Norman lias boon visiting
horo with her cousin, Mrs. Eddio Keo
II. G. Keeney went to Kansas City
with stock Mouday, returning Thurs
day. Charles Adamson's littlo daughter
Marvel has been real sick the psst
week with pneumonia.
The J. J. J. club was entertainod at
the home of Mrs. G. A. L'ltta last
Tnursday night. A yery ploasant oven
ing was passed.
Tho Congregational ladie gare a
' rocoption at the parsouage Satur
No. 1 26.20
No. 2 34.20
No. 3 14.2 d
No. 4 54.20
No. 5 64.20
No. 6 104.20
in lienor of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Brown
who will soon leave for York to mak
their future home. They are old stU
tiers here and will bo greatly .ini-ssew
by their many friends.
The relief of Coughs and Coldi
through laxative influence originated
with Bee"- Laxative Cough Syrup, con
taining Honey and Tar. a cough svrup
containing noopiatc.sor poisons, which
, is twtcnsivelv sold. Secure a bottle a.
once, obtain a guarantee coupon, ami
if not fully sutislied with results, youi
money will lie refunded. Sold by
llenry Cook's drug store.
Notice of Application for Divorce.
Ia the Dl-tilet Court of WohMtr County, Na
Thomas j. ItotlKCis, I'lnliitllV. )
Loret'n KoitKcrs, Dcfeudnnt. )
I Tol.uiuttn KmlKi'isNoa !li'hluiil Dufciulniu:
Yon arc hereby uutlllcd tlml on the l.'llli day
of .July. lOmi. TIioiiihx .1. Koduers tiled n petition
iiRtiiiiMt oii In thu Jilstrli'l Court of WcliMe'
Counly, NeliniHhn. tho object nni primer of
which mo to obtiiln n dlvoree from von on tho
' Krounil Hint 3011 Imvo wllliully deserted mid
abandoned Hie ilulutllV, without' pood cuuxe
for the term of two veurs mid more hist pnst
You ure required to itnsncr snld jictltlnu un or
hefoie Monday, the 11th diy of Mnrnli. 11)07.
THOMAS .1. IKMHIKIIS.
lly.I. C. siijior his attorney. fchri,
Notice of Tax Sale.
Notice Is hereby nlun that tho underaliniert
on the 10th day of April. IK';.. niicluiieil of tlu
eoiiiity treiiMiter of Webster county. Nuhrnsta.
at priviito nlu, the fcdlowlmr dicrll ed real
ehtnte mid for drliniiient luxes for the ei
1001, WJ Hud V.m. and situated In Ited Cloud
Webster county, Nebraska, towltt South t
feet f lot te (101 unil all of lot eleien (II), U
block four (4). Itallioad udditliiu to thu city o
Ited Cloud. WebMer county. Nobrankn, laxd I
the nme of Mi, .lamrt, Vclli'h. The aboTo
named eron aud all other who claim an In
tcret lu the above land will takenotlce Hint thi
lima of rrdfimiitlou of onld laud from said twe
ale will expire ou the lllh day of April. A. D.
IW, aftar wiiieli I way apply for a tax deed Nr
all of th aboTe land that Ik not redeemd.
Dated tbU 2tb day of December. 1WKJ,
teS II.AS A. PI. C'H Ell.
UIIBI'MATISH CUKVCI) IN A DAY.
Uyitle Oara far Khtuuiatlbm and Neuralgia
radically eurei In i lo.ldayH. Its artlon upo
tho ayiteM li ramarkabld and myaterloiu.
remoTe at ca the eiuie and thudlKeaBo m
mediately liappar. Th llrst done greatlr
baueflti, 7B cent, and tl. laid by li, u.ttHira
druKEltt, Ued Cload,
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