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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1907)
1 Jleiasy flotes from
(From tlio Eutorpriso)
Mr. Iliimiltott and family arrived
from Atlanta, Sunday.
.7. A. Yiirno and family left. Tuesday i
for Central City, wlioro tlioy go onto
his futlier'afarm near that place.
Twin girls wore born to Mr. and Mrs.
Loulo Fois tlio later part of tho week, i
one of them dying n fov days following ,
Jovsiotiiid Oils Boyd went to Hod
Cloud Wednesday whore they will visit
friends before returning to their homo
in Western Kansas.
Bladen has lost one of her general
merchandise stores, tho firm of Heed
Brothers having routed u building in
Campbell, to which place thoy moved
tho Mock Wednesday. While tho
friends regret their departure wo wish
them a liberal patronage lu tho now
(From the Review.)
Mr?. Gold Williams of Chicago is
Tislting Mr. and Mrs. IV A. Williams
Fred Hunter brought in a small Hock
of ducks Tuesday. Thoy wore victims
of his steady norves and luck.
G. V. Hancock loft Monday morn
ing for his homo in Indiana. His son
Herman hunt a car load of hordes with
him to dispose of on tlio Indiana
Bud Danker reports tlio results of
two cows as bringing $17, for tho cream
t ikon to tho creamery for ono mouth.
He also states that the family used
what thoy wanted besides.
(From the Express.)
Thos. Allison has boon reappointed
city marshal by Mayor Adams.
John Frey went to Now Mexico
Tuesday morning where he has bought
Mrs. Ward, who is well known as a
fnrniin Ssiitim'im- liifltv i finu' mi ff'ntitiir
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from a broken hip at her homo in ,:
.Mrs. Will McC.ill bad tlio'misfortuuo
to fall down stairs Sunday morning
and break her arm. They have just
got moved into their lino now house
east of Supotior.
Tho folly of oirrying (ire arms, es
pecially young boys in school, is re
peatedly being brought to uotico by
the many accidents which occur.
Floyd Knox, who has beon staying at
tho homo of S. V. Hutcheson near
Rubens aud goiug to school this win
ter, is tho latest example. Mo has
boon carrying a revolver, aud tho other
day while shooting at a murk, in some
way shot himself in the leg, the bullet
Do you wimt ono? Wo havo just listed several nice homes that
are bargains. Land is advancing very fast. If you want to got a
homo before it gets too high for you, rou had better got busy. Or if
you want to make au investment, now is tho time to buy. Tho
boonor you buy tho more profit there is in it. There will be a boom
111 Webster county laud this fall.
' Colorado Land
Wo havo for sale in Colorado as pretty eighty acre tracts as
evor you laid your eyes upon, plowed and fenced in, lovol and nice,
within fifteen to twenty miles of DENVER and BOULDEU, from
from one to flvo miles of railroad station and smaller towns. Prico
HVi per acre; one-ilfth down, balance to suit, with perpetual water
right. Parties who purchased laud last fall can clear now llvo or
ten por cent on It. To seo this laud is to buy it.
We havo tho Hnest list of good, now property over offered in this
olty, at prices that will surprise you.
Wo can loan you monoy on your farm at (J per cent on flvo or ton
years time, with option to pay 8100 or all of it at uny intorest paying
date, or by paving small commission wo can make a loan at 5 por
cent with option.
JD HAT F he Real
ITiLJLJLrff Estate Man
W. V. DEAL. Assistant.
entering the calf just helow tlio knoo
mill lotlgorl in tlio heel It was out our.
and ho is now doing as well as could bo
expected. Ills relatives have been
(From tho Leader.)
Otto lleinko loft Monday for Everett
if iv A'tij) lildiiiiui wt uiu vimJitf,'
Lumber Co's yard, received a telegram
last Friday stating the death of his
mother Thursday at Chicago where 3ho
was visiting relatives.
Last week a deal was imulo whereby
A. Waterman disposed of his farm one
mile cast of town to Jacob Buss, who
jinirl 817,000 for it, or at tho rate of ?;J.
an acre for tho'JOO acre. Tho farm is
an ideal one and nicely improved with
Tho I. O. O. F. lodgo hero has com
pleted its plans for a new lodgo hall,
and expects to commence on the con
structiou ol'it some time next week.
Rose Bros, of Rosomont will have
chargo of the carpenter work. The
building, which will bo a two story
affair of corrug.itcd iron, will be 82x01.
(From the News Letter.)
M. Killings worth roturiiod from Mis
souri last wcolc and expects to put in
another summer in Guide Kock.
Col. Ellinger made a very successful
sale for Leo DeTour Tuesday, getting ,
as usual, considerably more for tlio
property than the owner anticipated.
mii 1.1 '.,i ...,i..,..f r M
-ijn Luifiui i-ii wjn;i i,y nwiibiiutiu ji iiiu
lumber yard, paying SU00 for it. Wo 01 sale wiietner you ouy or not, as every tanner and stock raiser must improve his stock as his land be
aro not informed of Mr Fowler's in- comes more valuable, and this will be your opportunity to buy some good ones cheap. Come and see
tontions, but don't Mipposo no thinks
oi leaving uuide kock.
I. B. Colviu last, week sold his resi
douco property south of tho M. E.
parsonage to W. F. Crowoll, and at
once bought a lot north of Ed. 1'arker's
placo and will immediately start work
on a lino brick dwelling house.
Mrs. Eleanor Hagau whose death at
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tll0 Hdvuueou age ot ninety ono years
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rumor uunsuai privilege 01 living 10
see her descendants to tho number of
7.'5; seven children, 'M grand children
and b'2 great grand children.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at postollico at Red Cloud, Nob.
for tho week ending March II, 1907:
Emma Arnds, Mrs. Stella Brown, II.
II. Paugh, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stirb
ling, Jack Whitney.
Thoso will bn sent to tho dead letter
olllco Mcli. 28, 1907, if not called for
before. When calling for above please
T. C. Haokkh. Postmaster.
Sale will begin at
inTHE OFFERING is one of the best, both m breeding and individuality, consisting of 15 big, growthy
I A Bulls, and I 5 Cows of the useful kind. The bulls are a strong, growthy lot, ranging in age from 1 0
to I o months old. 1 hrce arc bcotch and the rest are Irom 3 to 5 bcotch topped, every one a good one.
The Cows and Heifers arc a grand lot. Every one of breeding age raised a calf this year; 6 will be sold
with calves by their sides, and are re-bred to pure Scotch bulls, and every one a guaranteed breeder.
The entire offering is recorded in the American Shorthorn Herd Books, and a pedigree will be
furnished with every animal sold.
In the past 20 years breeders of Shorthorn cattle have not passed through a more solidly encoura2
ing season than this. Prices are getting on a remunerative basis, and because we feel sure as breeders, we
have a great future.
With all my former sales in Nebraska and Iowa, 1 am glad to annonnce to those who may be in
terested, that this is the most useful offering I have ever put in one sale. The cattle will be thin in flesh,
and for this reason will sell far below -their value, but my past experience has shown me repeatedly that
breeding cattle in this condition will prove most profitable in the future.
We extend an earnest invitation to all stock farmers and breeders to attend, as you will have an
opportunity to lay the foundation of a Shorthorn Herd at very reasonable prices. There will be 5 richly
'bred bulls that will be herd bulls for
them and be your own judge as to
8 months time will be given, with interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum.
Don't forget the date, March 23, 1 907. Sale under cover. No postponement.
Catalogues will soon be ready. Send for one, to
COL I. E. DOTY,
COL. S. W. H0G4TE,
Real Estate Transfers.
For the week ending Tuesday.
March lli. furnished by the Fort Ab
stract Co., t, II. Fort, Manager.
State of Nebraska to Edith Mc-
Keighan. mvl swt. i.-li-I0. deed :i()
(Seo (lamer to Luther C. Kuby.
pt nv4 mvi. :."i-a-r', wd i8
William (i Hoover to Christian
Koehler. lots 7, S, Hlk 0. liluu
Mary M Hrown to Elso Rose, nw
W H Donaldson to E Williams, o2
I )! l Y (1
E Williams to Charles A Schnltz
e'J 13-IMI, wd US00
Wilhelm Husking to Wilhelm
Sunderman, sw 11-3-tO, wd....
Isaac It Colviu to Waldo V Cro
woll, lot 15, lilk K. Vance's add
to (Initio Kock. wd
1) It Davidson to Joseph Dustake
no ne .'I. I -'.i, wd
Woodson S Ashliy to Willlder
Seeman, "l nw aUMO, wd....
Mulvin H Faniham to (ieorge
(lamer, pt sw nw ;j.-2-l'J. wd..
Raymond W. Knout, to Arthur
It .Myers, lots V-K-t. in 1-1-IS.wd
E l' Overman to Itaytimnd W
Koontx.. neil-l-ll, wd OHIO
Luther C Kuby to Itaymond W
Koontx., lots '.', 3, 1, in l-I-l','.
William Allsop to Alfred (' White
und 'j '.' mv :i:i-l-l(l. wd 1
Charles () IK'tmann to Hinma (.'
Howe, sw ."" 10, wd 0100
Alfred U White to William All
sop, und'j S'-' mv 33-I-10, qcd.. I
Kiehard .1 Skeen to Aljrcd C
White, pt nwt nut. J.MM-IO, wd :i'S
Thomas T Niehol to A W Cox, pt
su4, 7-4-11. wd -.'(MO
Elmer E Schermerhorn to Dick
lloppen, s'J nw4 I.'l-l-O. wd.... 3 0)0
Wilhelm Husking to John Craw
ford, ne 1 1-3-10, wd Hsuo
Itobert Dauu'rell to J M Steward
part see 10, 15, 10-1-11. wd.... 17000
W C l-Valnn. tivas. to C C Itoren.
lot l.'i. lilk HI, Cowles. tax deed I.:t5
W C Erahm. treas. toCC Moron,
lot Ml. lilk 10. Cowles, tax deed
Harm Anderson to Mathew Hunk
er, s' sw 33-4-U, wd U'300
Elizabeth Kunehey to .lames Me-
Milking Strains, coming to
NEB., to be sold at Auction,
k, rain or shine.
all the females sold in this offerine.
f 1 I
W. M. McLEMORE
Intosh, lots 8. 0, pt 7, lilk 1.
Smilh vt Moore's add to lied
Daeon II Whltaker to William L
Weosner, nes s'J nwl. Hl-u'-ll.
M M Wall to A C. doth, lots 1 to
5, lilk 5, (iiirbur's add to lied
A (5 (futh to William Engel's lot
1 to 5, Hlk 5, (tarber's add to
tied Cloud, wd
Eli Colletto to John MuHugh, lot
'2, Hlk 4. Spenee's add to Hlad
Ell Collette to Maude MuHugh.
lot 1, lilk. 4, Spenee's add to
Mortguges filed $50484.
Mortgages released $23380,
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Schoel Bultdlnft Bond Praposltlon.
Notice Is hereby ulvcn to the iimlllled voters
of the school District of the City of lied Cloud.
Webster Comity. In the State ol Nebraska. ucIiik
lilstrlct No '. niirMiHiit ton resolution ailouteil
i .1 II 7. I ..I V.lun.illi.n r.f ..1,1 KK.rl,.. ...
by the I oiiid of U luciit . "' I'l Jtrlct. at
ail adjourned reKiiliruie.dlnR thereof February
pith, IImiT, and based upon the petition of inoie
than one third of the iiualitled voters of said
school district, that on 'I'lii'sday. the 2nd day of
April. 1HU7, at the general election to he held in
said Cltvof lied Cloud, aud in said School DIs
lilct. Webster County. In the State of Nebraska,
mid at the usual votliiK places therein, to wit: In
the Klrst ward of said olty at the V ,fc M. Hank
building and in (lie Seiond ward tlieieof at the
KlreuiKH's Hall, between the hours of 8 o'clock
a. ), and 7 o'clock p. m, of snld day nod dale
aforesaid, an election in called and will be held. I
and at audi said neutral election on the dale
1 afoiesald'aud at tho time aud places in said
' City and school District aforesaid, tiiero will be
and hereby Ih submitted to tho iiualitled voter i
of said school District to be Noted upon, tho
following proposition, to i: ,
.Shall tho lloaul or Kducatiou of the School
1 District of the City of lied Cloud, Webster
County. Ill Uie State oi .eurasKa, ociiik scnoui
District number i. for and on behalf of said
District, lusiio the bonds of said District lu the
sum of Twenty Klv Thousand Dollars, of tho
denomination of Five Hundred Dol am each,
! for the purpose of purchasing a site, bulldliiK a
i new school house, furulshliiK the necessary fur
ultiire aud WppamttiR for tho same In Hie Klrst
Ward of the clty'of lied Cloud. In said District,
and to Install a heailnc plant in tho xdiool
buildlui; In the Second Ward of said City of Ked
Cloud lu said District, nil the rost thereof not to
exi eed tho sum of Twenty Flvo Thousand
Dollars Tho entlie amount and each and all of
nald bonds to bo dated the day of their Issuance
and U be payable to bearer at tho olllco of the
County Treasuier of Webstr County, Nebraska,
in ihnriiv of Ited Cloud. Nebraska, at the ex
piration of twenty yearn fiom tho date thereof, ,
lint to be made payable and redeemable at the
option of said School District at any time
after the expiration of live years from tho daio
or tno issuance oi uie sume. mi nuum m no
Hundred nullum or any tiiultlplo thereof, said
bonds to draw uot to exceed four and one-half
((') per cent Interest per milium from the date
Sale under cover.
Come and see the cattle on dav
i i i i
of iHkiiimru of tin.' Mime, inuiiblu niinunl.v
which Milil Inieri'M )Hi.Miieiithlmll l;o evidence
by InieruM coupon isoius cxucnteil niul mtached
to t-Hl.l l)oinls. h1o mynblu to tiuiiriTHtthe ofll- e
(if the County Trim Mirer of WcbMcr Coiintr
stntu of NelirHKbn, In the City of Ked Cloi.-'l
Neliraskii, h11 IkiiiiU to be sold for not !--tlinn
ar viiluu ultli neuriied Interest nuil tt.t
proceeds thereof to be used for the purpose of
PiirelmsliK' HKlte, bulldlii); n new h'Iioo. hoiut
ftirnlihiiiK the nccessiry furniture h:.'5
l HPimriitiiH fur the mine In the KI:i
, Vrl of ld City of lied Clo A
In mid niMrirt, mill to Install a hcotl:
iilant In the school build 'in; In tho Secor.rj
Wnrd of fnld t Ity of lied Cloud In raid Dl
trlct. And shall said llonrd of Kducatlon of sld
Dlstrlijt. or sueh other ottlcersnH niiiybe chargeil
by lawwlth the duty of levying taxes of mM
District, for the tlrao bclnu In addition to air
other txcK, levy or came to be levied annually
upon nil tha taxable property hi hhIiI District, a
tax suftlclent to pay tho Interest on mid bond.
as the name niaturo and to furnish a sinking
I fund for the payment of the principal of ea'.ti
And bo It further resolved that the vote on
said proposition shnll be by ballot In the form.
(Vote for Onav
For the IlondHand tnx (
AgalnH Hie DondsHiid tax.
lie it further tes'iUed that In case MBJoHty
or tho vote enst at such election U in favor of
I Much proposition, bond anil tax, that said Hoarci
of Education shall proceed to the issuance of
said bonds for ihr purposes spccllled in the
forcKoiiiK proposition, aud an provided by late,
aud It shnll be the duty of the President Hnd
Secrctnrr of said Hoard to sign mild bonds, nn.t
the coupons attnrlied to the mnie, and said
bonds shall be oft'creil In the open market and
sold to the highest bidder for not less thau pat
value, aud the pioceedHof thesleof snidbond
hlmll be paid to the Treasurer of said School
IIUHIII llllll UU II) IIIIUlll II M' M I IHU 1 I11HI 11 R 1 I
, ffom 0(lll!r ,n()neVh nn(, t0 ,', know nH'the.
M.i,i UuIIiIIiik Kund. and shall be nald out
iionni huh uepi ny mm in u scpnrntc imiii apart
only uu tho order of said Hoard of Kducatiou
and warrnuts diawu against tliu same for t he
purposes herein sperllled aud no other.
Dated IhlslV.h day of March, 1007
Hy the 1'icsldeut of said Hoard of Kducatlon,.
V. H. FULTON.
Attest- L. II. FOHT.
Secretary of said Hoard of Kducatiou.
Just Received, a Car of
and FEED STORE
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taking 500 pounds of him.
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