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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1907)
THE RED CLODS) CHIEF
$1 a Year
RED OLOUD, NJfllJRASKA, SICPTEM HI3K IJJ, 1907.
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TWENTY YEARS AG
Itcm of News Found In The
Chief of Twenty Years Alio
This Week v v v
I). It. Stpanoglc is In tin' eastern part
of tin state looking up tin railroad
lOv-Mtirshall Cropp has accepted a
position as day switchman in the It. A.
Al. yards and his position ah inar.sliall
has been taken by Will Mitchell.
Hiram Hicks and family went to
llaiglcr this week.
(Jus Lauterbach and family of Colby,
Kans., arc visiting with .loo Hcrhtirger
Lloyd Crabill raised about twenty
five bushels of peaches in his orchard
Charley IMatt, the hand.sotne treas
urer of the I'lutl tV Frees Lumber Co,,
was sightseeing in Cowles this week.
L. II. Rust, the Hour and feed man.
donated this ollU'e a juey watermelon.
W. 15. Cramer has our thanks for
Deaths and Funerals! gi
Henry Snider died at an early hour
Monday morning as the tesult of u
stroke of paralysis at his li.une in l'p
land, Kans. Mr. Snider was well
known'it this place ami was a member
of the Woodman lodge here lie was
also an Odd Fellow and the funeral was
in charge of the I. 0. O. I'. lodge of
Salem. llev.Ucorge Hummel conducting
Henry Harmon Snider was born in
Indiana and died at I'plaud Kansas,
lie eaine to Cage county. Neb., in an
I early day and moved to dew el county,
Kansas, live years ago, where he has
since resided. lie leaves a wife and
seven children to mourn his loss.
Mrs. Margaret Peterson.
Mrs. Margurelte Peterson died at her
home in the south ward Wednesday
September 1 1, l'.'OT, from cancer. Fun
eral services will be conducted this
afternoon at the home of the deceased
by l!ev. Austin of the M. H. church.
Mime very excellent peaches. Mrs. Peterson was seventy-three years
Highland's (Hunts have disbanded I of age at the time of her death. She
for the season and .lohnShirey and leaves to mourn her loss besides her
('hurley IMatt have orgunied a team husband, three children who were all
called the "lied Cloud Knockers."
Sam Dyer has resigned his position
as agent for the Wei Is-Fargo Kvpress
company and taken a position on the
The engine house for the waterwerks
is almost completed.
present at the time of her death.
State Fair Notes.
one-mile dash, purse Sl.'O, was
won by W. A. Ploued's mine Swell
I (Hrl, who was .second in the Nebraska
Derby. Mi Ploued's home is at Iiul
i:iiml:L. N'eh.. where ln r:iise. t lnirmnrli-
Lmigh received the first pre- , . , , . ,.
miuiu at the lair last weelc for writing
lu best proposal of marriage.
:.10 trot purse S.MIO, was won
It in thought fliat the well now be
ing excavated for the waterworks will
not be of suflicient capacity to supply
the demand. - J
On Saturday afternoon we will com
mence the publication of the ''Kvcning
Tuesday. I). F. Atkins, while wan
dering around in the south part of
town, was held up and robbed of ll.
"Five men were arrested on suspicion
by Pony (Jeorge, owned by .1. K,
Strolun, Aurora, Neb., Propore second.
Soiidio third, driven by lly IScdiuut,
a tormer resident ot this place.
The three-year-old pace purse SMH),
was won by Kip Itadley, owned by W.
II. Adams, Hastings, Neb., Paul Cane,
second, Alma C. tnird, best timc.',,:'.,."i.
The three year-old trot purse SHOO,
was won by The Picket. 10. C. Ken
nedy. St. Kdwards, Neb., Alice L.
Woodford, second, Angie Lenore. third,
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mil. utu uiii-niiri-ii ' iiiui- licit l)t.,st time '.''II','.
up in rtic non-appcaiai.ee of the prose- T)u. ...;-i l""pu"ce htnkv. S1000. was won
euting witness. b. , . f irmim. mviu.,i bv W. O
Sotithwiok, Friend, Neb., Itlaelc Doug-
Burr Oak Takes Two.
las. L. II. North, Columbus, Neb., sec-
The It hit Oak baseball team came to ond. .Urn Hooth, third, best time a: 1.1.
lle.d Cloud Tuesday for two games. j n t he a:4 .trot stake 81000, Cooksey,
In the tlrst game the llurr Oak boys owned by Fred Douglas, Tekamah,
had the best, of the umpiring and won Neb., won, limola, second, NarkaStar,
by a score of f. to :i. Coyner. who owned by N. .1. Ronin. Fremont, Neb.,
pitched Lfor Iturr (iakl se'nt three .men third, best time a:17 l-l.
to litst by hittiiijj itliem with 'the ball. In the 2::.1 trot stake 81000. Dia
Smith was still suffering from the in- m,l .jjm, owned by C. II. Aldrich,
jury lie icceivcd "in the game with David City, Neb. won, Friendly Maiden,
Cambridge and was unable t get the owned by W. O. Southwick, Friend,
balls over the platC .'it least the urn- Neb., second,
pire. thought so. ' j- .Judge McCreary, of Hastings. Neb.,
In the M'condgame "Piip" White was was starter. ,
in the bov for, llurr'onk and Charley! lv m lu, hL,en llat t)ll. wUuwri Jn
Dennett did the slab work for lied 111(M ,)f lhe races are Nebraska hoi-.
Cloud, Ilcuuct piteheil u better game , m t
than White, but two errors by Saun-'
tiers at second and a misjudged lly in
The Webster county fair at Itladen,
Nebraska, which is to beheld from the.
.'Id to the 27th of September, promises
to eeel any fair-held in this part of
the state. Remember, .Monday, Sep
tember '.! is entry day. and all stock
or anv articles you wish toenter should
be there on that day or early Tuesday
morning. Free hay, water, good hitch
ing racks will be furnished to all who
drive their teams into the fairgrounds.
The famous lid Cloud baud has been
secured to furnish the music. Amuse
ments of till kinds, and the speed track,
second to none in the slate, with many
It is a well known fact that persons ',,sl horses, will furnish part of the
living in the pine forests do not suffer entertainment. .Many of the stock en
from -kidney diseases. One doe of tries which took first premiums at the
Pineule at night usually relieves htato f' "'ill be here to compete for
backache. :i0 days' treatment 1. Your pH.es. Call for premium list at Paul
monev money refunded if notsatLstlcd. : Storey s.
right Held let in enough scores to win
the game. Moone Saunders got a clean
three base hit which could have been
stietebcd into a home run by a fast
runner. The Una! coiv of i to l in
favor of Ifurr Oak .should have read the,
other way had the Ited Cloud boys
kept their eyes open when they had as
tricky a pitcher as Frank White to buck
against. The MurrOak team was made
up ft oiii players gathered from Smith
Center. Lebanon and P.urr Oak, and
one from Downs, who did not contrib
ute much to the winning of the game.
On last Sunday morning at the home
of Dr. ami Mrs. Henry Cook, occurred
a quiet wedding, at which time Miss
Jessie Wert was gien in marriage to
Mr. Ah in Parker Snapp, llev .1. M.
Dates uetor of the Hplseopol church,
performing the ceremony. The bridi
worn a white point d'espi it net over
silk and carried red roses After a
wedding breakfast the couple left for
a short trip to Oklahoma. They will
be home to their friends after (ctobcr
1.1. in lied Cloud.
The groom is the popular leader and
diicetorof the Citiens' band and ot
ehcsira and during his brief residence
here has made many friends. His bride
is a musician of exceptional ability and
has won the hearts of the people of
I5ed Cloud by her beautiful contralto
singing, she is also a pianist of merit,
and the people of lied Cloud haecause
to coiurratuliite themselves upon the
union of these two well known musi
cians and their decision to made lied
Cloud their home.
Webster County's Exhibit at the
Imw1IW' ill iSpf 'mw
Sold by Henry Cook's drug sUre.
It comes put up in a collapsible Tn tu, voters of Webster eounty:
tube with a no..le. easy to apply to .. Vonr votes Sentember .1. vnunom.
" ' -,-.. .,
inated me county cleric and I thank
you for the honor bestbwed upon me
the soreness and iutlammatiou, for any
form 'of piles. It soothes and relieves
pain, i itching and burning. Mau an
IMle Hemcdy, Price .10c. Uuuranteud.
Hbld by Henry CookV drug, store.
and if I am elected on November 5,
H107, I will servo you to Hie. be,st of my
E. W. Ross
First and two seconds on corn; first and second on alfalfa; first on
r i wa t i
nun cbiaiG irtnsn.r.s. broom corn Iirsl on egg plant; lirst on cotton plant; first on white sheaf
For the week ending Tuesday oats; third on onions; sixth on wheat; third and fourth on Vain and
September l:. furnished b' the rort i -i-l I i . n . i i i i-
Abstract Co lii Fort M-nn-rer grass seeds. 1 he exhibit was collected and arranged by Rev. G.
Samuel it LW.tfoot to David I ' W- Hummel of Red Cloud and L. C. Pcisigef of Blue Hill.
Its Is. t(. blk -.'1. I!ed
uno --- .-- - . - - -
Ada i: Waddle to Vter Mcintosh a n),,l,l.t' of W,,,'IS Um'v-
, .i. .. j j()( .leuiiie ;nieria nacou was norn in
KHa" iViiwlVswmaliV.il'A i-W- " v'""'' Ontario. Canada, .lanua-
cett. nw nw,'7, .. lrtlMlrn' H:,'' S,u' xv,,s tlu m(,UuM" ,,f
Martha .1 Car.enter et ul to W !' . I M'Ve" ,l',,. ' whom are living
llenkcl.lts Itl.-ll. blk:!. Inavale 100 " mm uuM'.urpu.M. o. .Mi-h.ii. i-,. ither as the manner of some is."
First Nat. Dank of Itlue Hill to , Ibnightaling of Aluiena, Kansas. At 7 p. in.. Christian Endeavor. Let
Henry (innd u' ,Uwl. I,C, 0... Il.'.uo T,lu ru,,",,ns ",n ll'1V,, m UmlCUiiul the young come and learn of the Lord.
First Nut. Hunk Itlue Hill to (.-". '"'"lf " ' nuiunii win
l... 1...1.1 t i r i... - ..
Ilcnrv (Innd. ne IS. I .!! Iriliii , "" "l "' ". ' "'rega-
Scnlccs at the Christian Church.
At the Christian church. Sunday
school, in a. in. Preaching and com
munion services at II a. in. "Neglect
not the assembling of yourselves to-
(iund, ne lsu , ..
Mortgages tiled, .VH)0.
Mottgagcs released, S.ltiOO.
The baseball game between the
Cowles and lied Cloud .junior teams
was very ONciting up to the seventh,
W. G. Shannon Kinds Death
AtS p. in. Preaching. "Come, Ictus
i build ourselves up in wisdom and un
derstanding, for he that uieditafeth
i with the Lord doth a good thing.
"Not every one that sayeth unto me.
Lord, Lord, entereth into the: king
dom of (tod: but he that doth the will
of my Father which is in Heaven,"
Matt., 7, '21.
inning, when some awlul bad decis
ions were gixen by the umpire which
let in three runs. The rain made it
i very disagiecable to play, and at last
W. (!. Shannon of Line town- we had to stop in tbo last half of the
killed at Toronto. Canada, ninth inning, when the score was s to to tell the judges which ticket he want-
this morning in a runaway, caused by 7 in our favor. We have played four oil, or, as ho put it. wli.it party ho be
the team she v as ridingbeliind beconi- games this season, winning each one. longed to. Another in Hlooiulngton,
iug frightened at an automobile. No Cowles: .' I to Hi: Kivertou, :ill to 1:
farther particulars can be obtained at (Utldu Uock, I to '; Cowles, S to 7. We
this time. -Mrs. Shannon had been in 'challenge any team of our age all un
Canada abouttwo weeks visiting at her der 10 years old. Let's hear from you.
former home, and had intended to stay ' Li.ox n Him.-, ('apt.
One man shied utterly at the prima
ries and refused to vote because he had
got mad booauso the judges wouldn't
give him two tickets and wrathfully
withdrew from the polling place, no
no doubt firmly convinced that he had
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