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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1907)
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The Great Western SDreader
Is Mndc for the Man
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II IUU iitlYU fprcinl yon chii Imrcifc
thu vhIiih of tjiir i rop tin jenr more iliim
I'liotixM In piiy for n Hiirtmlpr. Wo huvc 111
piiKo liiiuk winch rxpliiiiiH tlio whole Hltuntlnii.
A miinuru ((premier will brliw you blur-rnnd
pilrkur relurn Hum iinv other threw Implu
incuts )on huvc on your farm,
TLn mr lHMotnllivory.lt N mi actual
1116 Piail fact. bucked lip by 18 jcrtn'
Tl,n !l lnfreo It Is wnrlh two but f'l
ilnpniiniiloyoiiiitiyKonit.lt w n't ilo yon imy -,
hiirm. H'n hrlmfill of v Inutile liiforiMMtliin. p5
A manure Spreader Must
Bo Made Extra Strong
D'tN'T buy a lluht hptender.
DON'T buy n Kprcpiler Hint han plnu polu ami
DON'T buy uti experiment, ft iimohlne Hint him
been on tho market only it few yearn.
DON'T lei nny miiiiufaeiun.r experiment at your
DON'T buy n uprcnd.irthiit ha R unrrnw front
axle. If you do you can't top ilrchs corn
DON'T buy a Ki.ri'nilcr with tlio front nxle hot
ahead of tho front end of tho body hecatiMi
practically nltilie bind will be carried on
thu war axle, mailing heavy drtift.
Who Wnnts tin: Best
The Great Western Irr i?
chine This iimln frino In nil oak, oak pule,
liven John Philip Soiisa, the great bandmaster, who has no use for
Phonographs, has l-een 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.
4- l.ri- n ureal, hie slroim in Inch
HI I1MO -U
ible Iron ffflh wheel, double oak
holHiur, wide front nxle; the urn-fin Hack.
Uhac "" tillt-HH imron tint Is nlwnyn
llfld ready to load; no reverse cenrn.
trliiH, nprliiKN 'r enntrapiinim to jjet out ot
oiiler. npri'iuls nil kind of inuiiti c.
u Kitlviinbi'd steel hood ntiil erd
Cine. Keep" thu mnuuru away from
the heater when Iotidlui:. I'rpventn cIiukiiik
when ntartliiK. Acts nn wind shield when
The Victor Gramaphone.
Hlitc HkIiI draft, because tho load In near
IIClu ly eipiilly biilnii 'id on thu front unit
rear axle; brliiK-the tenia i'hie to the load
Front nnd rear wheels truck. Healer nhnlt rtiun
In bnll mid nockd beurlni;".
UJC no simple thnt n boy can handle It
VAnff let anyone snll nn n rhenp nubvtl
VUII I lute thnt he nys Is "Junt ns Kod"
heeaiiKO there In no other Just nn t,'0(al or pvnrly
Sawyer & Knight, lnavale, Neb.
3 GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES f
Jiemsy Jlotes prom Neighboring Touins !
"His Motor's Voice'
The Victor Junior $14.20
The Victor Z 21.20
The Victor No. 1 ; 26.20
The Victor No. 2 34.20
The Victor No. 3 44.2 d
The Victor No. 4 54.20
The Victor No. 5 64.20
The Victor No. 6 104.20
RIVKRTON J SUPERIOR .
(From tho Koviow.) ; (From the Kxpross.)
Mrs. A. P. Johnson diod Sunday ' It is reported that Walter Hunt horn
afternoon. Tho funeral was hold 2J and Miss Ellison aro to bo married to
miles northeast from town at 2 o'elouk ; day.
Monday. C. E. Stinn was reappointed post
Miss Beaoher of University Place, 1 mastsr or Superior, by tho President,
Lincoln came Saturday to finish tho on Saturday.
term in tlio primary room at the, ,7. a. Norcoss, who has boon ouito
school of this p ace which was left si(.k the past six or eight weeks, is able
to bo out on tlio streets tot'ay.
Tho funeral of tho Into .lohn
vacant by tho death of Miss Ollie Mor
Mrs. John Moore loft Wednesday
morning for Lincoln to attend tho
Addlor-Henuett trial as a witness.
Addlor suo,s Doiinot for 310,000 for tlio
alienation of his wife's ail'octious.
Mrs. Addlor is a daughter of Mrs.
(From tlio Nows Letter.)
Eugene Shuck is getting ready
move out into the country and go
occurred this afternoon from V. S.
Southard's undertaking establishment.
S. Caldor caught a very largo beaver
on tho river last nicht, by means of a
wolf trap. He brought it to town and
, sold it to Walter Harvey. Tho animal
( weighs about sixty pounds. Mr. Har
vey expects to skin it and ship tho
The above prices include 12 8 -in. records with each machine
The Edison Phonograph.
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a uv, i-uijuii VJV-lli x i.wmuBiuu V1VJ.VJU s- Aff
I he Edison Standard Phonograph 20.00 ( w$$
1 ne liaison nome rnonocrrapn 0.00 zr v
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The Edison Triumph Phonograph so.oo i
Records, 35c each; $4.20 per dozen.
Compare these prices with anyone 's, an
remember tve save you the freight.
Jewelers and Opticians. Burlington Watch Inspectors.
(From the Messenger.)
Mrs. Frank May, agod about 50, died
Wm. Sawyer has a big house moving at tho country homo very suddenly
contract in Rod Cloud and is getting Tuesday afternoon.
ready to tackle tho job next week. 1 Last Suuday morning a little after
Homer B. Howard and Miss Mattioj midnight, the big doublo storo at
(From the Leader.)
Mrs. T. A. McDonald underwent an
operation for a tumor on her breast,
Fred Bank, an old and respected
cili.ou of this commuuity, died at his
homo last Thursday, after au illness of
about two months duration.
Wednesday for Beatrice, Nebraska, to ( have strange dolusions that people ara
engage in a wholesale fruit buiiiess ' trying in every way to harm them, bur;
Mrs. Emma Smith, au old time resi
dent or Garfield, now of Rod Cloud
loft for Wisconsin Monday night by
way of Oxford, called by tho death of
hor sister, Mrs. Aiuia Popo.
Last week at tho home of tho bride's
parents occurred the nuptial ceremony
so far they have failed to make
1 old timers believe those things.
of Mr. Jasner V. Smith and Miss Leota
Edwin Inter, living four miles north b. Throne, the Rev. Fit', officiating. 1
Georgo Hoit has just completed u
fine buggy shed.
Mr. and Mrs. Roo Boner were in lna
Mrs. Wm. Peak and Mrs. G. A. Lattiv
of Blue Hill, had - runaway last Sat-; Tu coupl woU aud favor-! Sp6t Wednesday with Mr;.nWal-
L. Taylor wero united in marriago iu ,
Womer, belonging to Ed. Matties, was
this placo Wednesday evening Fob- burned to tho ground.
r,wry '20, ! Last Saturday being tho forty. fifth
A brother ofC.S. Parker, who was wodding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
hero 11 few weeks ago visiting, has , A. E. Buntin of thin oily, their children
bought tlio Fishburn place, near tho ,i f,.jonds nroniired a mirnriso dinner
urday, whilo on his way to lilue tun. tibly kuown aud their many friends
When about u mile out or town he met wisu tnem wen. They havo taken up i
nn automobile, which frightened his ti,0-,r re8idenco on tho farm of N. L. D. j
team. Smith aud aro now at homo to wel- j
A change iu tho Independent tele- como their nuuiy friends,
phouo central will be made when tho , '
now switchboard arrives and is in m-
1 for thorn.
J. Hughes has bought a strip of; jUst Slltur(1 nftornoon llbout a
land or tho west side or A Lathrops ' O.olook, wh0 roMlrnlnK froni u fllIIor.
property and thinks o putting up ' al, ,,eter Sl,hrlvcP fllthoP of MrB. j. n.
dwelling house or two lor rent. , fIfllinw . Tin,lllflft ,ilQ cflM,,. ,,
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train aud injured so badly that ho diod
TU .nnMINHTON a fow hours later.
(From the Advocate.)
J. M. Barber tho first of tho week
shipped a car of fat hogs to market
that netted i2(Hil per head.
Whilo Harry (Jraf was in town last
Wednesday his team became frighten-
uu mm uiimu muni) iriiui tun iiiiuiuug i
jiost near tho Methodist church and
ran away, badly damaging tho buggy.
Tho case against U. II. Malick charg
ing him with selling boo.e, came up
before Judge Losey last Monday aud
ho was bound over to tht. next term of
district court upon six counts, and tho
bond llxod at MOO.
Keller Clark and John Vincent camo
up from Rlverton this week and plead
guilty to being tho parties that had
usod insulting language to Mrs. Burns,
instead of Emmet Clark aud Mlchaol
stalled ready for use. R. J. Marshall
of Ayr has boon hired by tho company
to tako chtirgo of tho central and keep
tho linos iu repair.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
(From the Sentinel.)
Potor B. Peterson and wife left Tues
day nioruinu for Raoino. Wis., whoro
thoy will resido with their daughter. I
Phil Reams took his wife and invalid
son Georgo to Knid, Okla., this week
for tho betterment of his little boy's
Franklin was without a singlo resi
dent physician Wednesday when nil
tho doctors wont to Upland to nttond
tho meeting of tho Franklin County
Fuaiikliu Academy is about to como
into possession of a nice tract of moun
tain land twenty-live miles
Guy Barnes moves today northwest y "'s wek
of Guido Rook.
S. C. Muuger moved onto his now
farm last Saturday.
Frank Amaok moved onto tho old
to John Merrill's farm iu Kansas.
Mrs. Ailes and Georgo Bradshaw
Munsell farm Monday.
Gharlos Smith moves tills Friday on-'
on tho Hinkins farm, and Mr. Wallace
will take chargo of tho placo vacated
moved onto their now farm vacated by by Miller.
Mr. Barnes. There moved into our neighborhood
Charley Wolf will tako up his resi- from tho east, not so vory long ago, a
donee north of Rod Cloud on his now very strange rauiuy. n peronanco you
George Warren, ono of Admiral '
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uowoy a orow Ht tuo wiunui iuihiiih, cI11illlfIv InnLlnr, fnr flnmnMiinif
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Keouoy returned
home from Rosomont Saturday, after
a weok's visit.
Fuller and Bennett shipped four
cars of cattle aud 11 car of hogs to Kan
sas City, Monday. Mr. Bennett ac
Mrs. Gross, who has boon visiting
with her grandmother, Mrs. J. A. Wells,
loft tho first of the week to visit rela
tives in Red Cloud.
Eva, tho little daughter of Low Bealr
throw her arm out of placo whilo
playing Friday evening. Dr. Coolc
was called to sol hor arm.
Joe Kolar is moving this wook onto
tho farm vacated by Mr. Doughman.
Mr. Doughman is moving onto a farm
in Kansas, which he purchased last
Mrs. Joshua Martin has gono tp Iho little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Missouri to visit her aged father. Mi.ss Sharrow, diod at tho homo of hergreat
Dolla Peots accompanied hor. , grandfather, Captain Blaino, Tuesday,,
Mrs. Otto Bringelsou has been quite ! evening about flvo o'clock. Tntonnont
sick with pneumonia, but under tho j wlls mil(1 tll Cowlos cemetery,
care of Dr. Meyers is improving. 1
Adam Miller expects to move soon
FARMERS CREEK ;
Tom Rowden shelled 1200 bushels of 1
corn this week.
Luther Martin's now house is Hear
ing completion. 1
N. E. Harvey has just received a lino
horse from Iowa.
Many people on the creek aro suf
fering with tho grip.
II. Do Brunnor starts overland to1
Orleans iu a day or two.
Olo Ericksou aud John Leo shipped
their fat cattle aud hogs to .Kansas
In the District Court of iVelister County, No-
Henry Ccnuroiix, J'lalntlll', )
Mnry Guncruux, Defendant )
To Mnry Ucnereux, Nim Itt'klilent Defendant:
You are hereby notified Unit on tho 13th da
fir Wnrirtiarv IIViV Uttnvr f'm.tn. m,..i . ..
hniipen to look toward their farm you ! Hon bIiiH-ou In the DlMrlet Court of Wet
can at most any time see ono of thorn ' "'"County, Nebraska , thu object and jimyerof
l'linliln wilt nil if will lnnlrta tti rt
Liclitor, who had boon convicted aud j summer resort for tho special bonellt , t,nG con,iu 801l8OU'
bound over. It was only a caso of mis-1 of tlio Academy and its friends. Tho The sale of Wm.
Xtlllfllt a A tk fttttllttl n illlin.ni. - .. . . -
standing on tho highest point of land , " " ;:; " ' "' " , - '
a I LU 1UVJVaiJrWl'fW wwa. . 1 . I.l-I.k,- 7 .. ,.... A-1.I.... . .
from I ... r, ,-w mi seemingly iuukiiik iur mjuiuiuuik. i
will ocoiinv uooruu uniKu a inn liiriu m, , .ni. ti
H -- lliusu ainiiiKU piiinnu nny "tnuj kui
property comos as a donation.
brought good prices. Mr. Fisher
und repented cruelty.
You nre required to aiiHiver unld petition ou
scarcely any sleep at all; thoy have to or baforo Monday, the yr.thduy of March, 11107.
Fishor last week watch their stock to keep their noigli-1 iifnuy iii'skiihiiv pii,in-
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loft bora from stoallug it."
Thoy seom to y e. U. Ovitwuiii, His Attorney. 1 mchtt
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