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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1907)
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for them. We give them the
formula for Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, and they prescribe it
for coughs, colds, bronchitis,
consumption. They trust it.
Then you can afford to trust
it. Sold for over 60 years.
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o tnanufaoturera of
Ayer's Pills grontly aid tho Chorry
Pectoral in breaking up a cold.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of News Found in Tho
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
This Week y V y X
Vic Ktil ton has been on the hick list
M. L.'Thomas litis .sold the Holdrege
Miss Ada Howard is visiting friends'
in Council Muffs.
Mrs. S. C. Smith of Hcutricc was in
tho. city tills week.
The brick is being hauled for thu
new county clerk's oulcc.
Married, February 0, Clarence II.
Wilson t Amanda E. Rrooks.
Uncle Levi Moo.ie and wife are home
from n month's stay in California.
lion. A. J. Keuney was shaking
hands with hisconstituents on Friday.
F. C. Wiuton, the furniture man, is
now comfortably lueated in the Moon
i C. Wiener has gone to Chicago and
New York to lay in his stock of spring
On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. .1.
K. Wall entertained u number of
friends at their home on Penny creek.
Lew Mattix was seriously injured
Monday by being thrown from a
bucking broncho owned by "Phrate."
Miss Eva King, principal of the
First ward school, was called to her
home near Rlue Hill by the serious
illness of her mother.
On Wednesday, February 10, occur
red the weddjng of Anson Higby, as
sistant cashier of the First National
bank, and Miss Jennie Rowo, daughter
N.awl r$J Ts.1 1 1 IIIMw wr ; ig?i a& iT-iS I
Now for Pure Food
Cream Baking Powder
A PURE, CREAM OF TARTAR POWDER
MADE FROM GRAPES
of Mrs. IC. McAvoy, Uev. George O.
The c.vectitive board of the Webster
County Agricultural Society held a
meeting. Those present were: E. It.
Smith, chairman; J. C. Warner, J. S.
Gilliam, K. W. Miller, Ira Sleeper, W.
A. McKeighan and A. L. Funk.
A Damaftc Suit.
The city of Franklin is up against a
genuine damage suit. Sheriff Walrath
came down Monday and served the pa
pers on the city attorney and on Wed
nesday papers were likewise served on
Mayor Cross. The plaintiff is Miss
Itayard of Lincoln, a. teacher in the
public schools who was hired for the
eighth grade. The amount of dam
ages sought is $5,000, the maximum
limit allowed by law. County Attor
ney Miller and Lawyer George Adams
of Lincoln are retained as counsel for
the plaintiff. This is the same Mr.
Adams who assisted the county attor
ney in the famous Kritchbaum murder
trial ti few years ago. The suit is the
result of an injured foot received by
the complainant when returning from
the school house some time in Novem
ber, caused by a board loose at one
end flopping up and coining down on
her foot. The city must answer by
the SMli of March, but it is not neces
sary that the case should be tried at
this time. The walk where the acci
dent occurred is between the school
house and the Exchange bank, and
the place was at one of the new cross
ings put in last fall. Franklin Senti
nel. Nr. Carpenter's Side of It.
In our item last week concerning
the suit to recover $1,450 from A. II.
Carpenter and itttrke & Campbell of
Imperial, it was stated that Mr. Hush
ton had tiled the suit. It seems this
was a mistake, according to the follow
ing statement from Mr. Carpenter:
"Rki Cloud, Jan. 5, l'JOT.
"In reply to the article recently is
sued in the Red Cloud Chief stating
that Joshua Rush ton is suing me for
81,450, which was all greatly misrep
resented. Mr. Kushton sold his con
tract to IScrnard McNcny for $150, the
17th of January, and it is McNeny
suing instead of Uushton.
"The paper also stated that they
couldn't give a clear title to the land,
which was also a mistake, for the
deeds giving a clear abstract of title
were sent to the Hank of Imperial and
are held there waiting for the balance
of the money to be paid on the laud,
which is $2550. A. II. Caiht.ntku."
Send Yrtr Cattle and Horse Hides
to the Crosby Frisian Fur Company,
Rochester. N. Y., and have them con
verted Into eoats( robes, gloves and
mittens; better and cheaper goods than
you can buy. Never mind the dis
tance, "Crosby pays the freight.' See
our new illustrated catalog, page 18.
If Interested send for It.
Insist on SrSPSWJ 6 -
Deaths and Funerals.
J. D. Leach.
John I). Leach died Friday about
noon at his home on Myrtle street
after only a few days' illness, lie was
taken sick with the grip and grew
rapidly worse until his death. The
funeral was held from the house at 1 1
o'clock Tuesday morning, the Rev.
Mark ICellcy of the Methodist church
olllciating. The interment look place
In Maplewood cemetery, near Union
Corners. Mr. Leach was born in Cort
land county 77 years ago. He resided
in Nebraska about 15 years and In the
town of Pavilion 20 years, Coming to
this village about two years ago. For
one year he conducted a store in this
village. Mr. Leach was u genial, kind
hearted man who had a good word for
all. He Is survived by one daughter,
Mrs. William Rosman, and 'one sister,
Miss Lucy J. Leach of Pike. LeRoy
(N. Y.) Courier.
Mr. Leach formerly lived on the farm
now occupied by Tracey Sherer, north
east of town, and left here many years
ago. He Is well remembered by the
Mrs. Rosanna Topping, 81 years of
age, died last Sunday morning at the
home of her son, S. A. Hurwell, near
Inavale. The remains were shipped to
Illinois Wednesday for interment.
Death came as the result of a fall sus
tained by the old lady about three
weeks ago. Mrs. Topping, who had
been living with a daughter in Colo
rado, came to Inavale last fall to spend
the winter with her son. About three
weeks ago she fell, while in the house,
and sustained severe bruises, and,
though her injuries were not thought
to be serious, she gradually got worse
until death came to her relief. In
dressing the body for burial, Under
taker Amuck discovered a severe
wound Mil the back of the old lady's
head, which it is supposed she received
by striking her head on the piano when
she fell. She did not complain of pain
in her head, but is thought this injury
is what caused her death.
Willard l)e Long, the 7-year-old son
of Mrs. General Ethcrton, died Wednes
day evening from diphtheria and was
buried the same night. The little
fellow had been sick, for several days
with what was supposed to be croup,
but when medical aid was summoned
it was found he had a severe attack of
diphtheria, but it was then too late to
save his life.
IN PROBATE CilRT.
January 31 Estate of James L.
Miner, deceased. Report of executor
filed; decree assigning estate to resid
Estate of Hugh Miner, deceased.
Final account of executor filed; heirs'
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I OVERCOATS I
They All Go At
PAUL STOREY, Clothier
Tho idea that has become general that ihbt class building material
could no longer bo had is certainly knocked out, when you take a
look at the complete line of clear Soft Tiuo Finish and Siding
carried in stock by
of Red Cloud, Neb. What is ulso pleasing to the buyers of Lumber
and building material is tho fact that their prices are reasonable,
and they guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. They also have n nice
lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. See their Shin
gles, l'ou call, not help but admire them.
The mombors of this enterprising firm, assisted by plenty of
excellent help, are always glad and take pleasuro iu showing to the
public this nice stock.
acknowledgment of settlement filed;
decree assigning estate to residuary
legatee; discharge of executor.
February ti Estate of Andrew Ar
nold, deceased. Hearing and order of
allowance to widow.
February 4 Estate of James R.
Mercer, deceased. Hearing claim of
Wagner Manufacturing Co.. allowed.
Petition of A. II. Keeney to file claim
out of time; petitioner allowed five
days to amend petition.
February ." Estate of John Peter
son, deceased. Decree on final ac
count: discharge of administrator.
February 2 Elmer McCoy vs. Reed
and Easterly. Trial to jury: verdict
for defendants: judgment of costs to
Farewell Party. ,
On Tuesday, the 5th. the neighbors '
and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Julius'
Nelson gathered at their home north
of Inavale and spent the day as a'
farewell to them and their family be
fore they depart for their future home
In Howard county, Nebraska. The
ladies prepared a feast to which all
did ample justice. After the dinner
Mr. and Mrs, Nelson were presented
with a full set of table silverware,
and the old folks went home after
their day's enjoyment feeling that It
is good for neighbors to get together.
In the evening the young folks had a
dance and the enjoyment continued
until near morning. Taking it all to
gether, It was one of the most pleas
ant events that ever occurred In that
Louis Kruger and Anna Muehlelsen,
both of lllue Hill.
Miles L. Putnam and Edith M. Sto
rey, both of C'owles.
Win, Vouderfeeht and Mrs. Nellie
iManker, both of Guide Rock.
He sure to turn out Monday night
und hear the band.
YcunS Man, Go West"
For S2." I will locate you on us
gooji a piarter of land as you have
ever laid your eyes upon. The soil
is a deep, dark loam, with clay sub
soil. Huy a quarter adjoining it.
8500 is enough to swing the deal.
SI 100 for a good quarter of land in
Kansas "if sold before the lirst of
A tine Webster countv farm for
320 acres, 2 room housc(l'2xH and
12x20). 2 good wells and windmills,
2 supply tanks (Hxio), 2 drinking
tanks, stable, shed, granary, cor
rals, fenced mid cross-fenced. 75
head of cattle, Price $:i,00O. Don't
N. P. KLOWGARI),
RED CLOUD, NEB.
onice of Co. Atty. L. II. Jilack
ledge. I'hone 48.
n, HAIR DALSAM
rifinui unA .......11.1.. .l. t-f-
I'nniiutei a luxuriant (truwth.
It?v?r JPnUa to Uoetoro Gray
n?,t,JLlr ? li? Youthful Colore
Cum i irlp dlita,?) juir falllnc.
II Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry.
Ask today for Allen's Foot-Ease, a.
powder. It cures chilblains, swollen,
sweating, sore, aching, damp feet.' At.
all druggists and shoe stores, 25e.
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