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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1908)
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(From tho Loader)
utiuiiumiinuiinHuuiiu im "I ...
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pasr wcok wn n a. immy swoueu imiu
n wio rtsHini. oi a, hiiniuioii k..c-u.
Miss Alexander was o.dlod lo lior
homo lit Hastings last week on no-
count of tho sickness of her father.
CharloH Schnii'-o and Mr. mid Mm.
Albert Krugor wore called to Cordova
lust Thursday by tho illness of John
Sehnasc, who Is tho fatli-r of Clmrlos
Sehuaseand Mrs. Kruger,
Art Sohunk had an ucuidnnt yoster
day in which his tongue fared pretty
badly. Ho was driving a team hitchod
to a lumber wagon when tho tonuuo
cauio down. This frightened the team
and Art was thrown against the side oT
the wagon, his mouth striking on the
box. I Jo stayed with tho team, though
and succeeded in (piloting them, ro
gardless of his injury.
(From tho Signal.)
Warren Vance, assistant principal,
handed in his resignation to thosoliool
board last week and Ocorgo Simpson
was litrod in ills place.
Row Willahan prcmchod his farewell
sermon Sunday morning. They go next
week to Eric, Pa., where ho has been
called to the pastorate of the Woslio
villo Baptist church.
Commissioners llttmtnol and Ohm
tedo wero inspecting tho river bridgo
at this place Tuesday and no doubt
will order some riprapping dono nt
tho south approach to lesion tho don
gor of washing out when tho ice
Prank Cooper met with uu accident
last week that might have proved very
serious. While out canvassing near '
Nolson his horse became frightened.
lumped to ouo side, overturned tho
buggy and threw him to tho ground,
rendering him unconscious.
(From tho Review.)
Walter Moore lias closed a deal with
Chlttick & Chit wood for their elevator,
paying them 31000 Tor it
Some miserable scamp stole Carl
Onstot's fur overcoat from his buggy
Saturday evening whilo he had his
team tied in front of the butcher
Last Saturday evpning the neisli
bors of Mr. and Mis. W. S. i'hinney,
six and one-half miles southwest of
town, gavo them a surprise party in
honor of tho thirty first anniversary
of their wedding.
.Miss Mar.ora James and Chester
Shelton were running horse races one
day last week. Although Mr. Shel
ton's horses wont so fast that ho was
unable to stay with them, Miss James
won tho money.
While Mrs. Dunkin and Mrs. Kolso
wore returning from Franklin Sunday
the team becamo frightened and ran
away, throwing Mrs. Dunkin out. Tho
team turned and made a circle, and
came near running over her.
(From the Argus.)
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. John Heschele, Thursday morn
ing, January "JJl.
Will Rowdon was in town tho llrst
of tho week with a 'possum, which ho
disposed of to sotneono who wanted to
indulge in tho darkey's favorito dish.
J. H. and Stove Frazier of Pa loo m'o
horo this week helping to care for
thoir mother, who is very sick at tho
homo of her daughter, Mrs. Herman
Tho high price at which who.it is
soiling, together with good roads and
good weather, illlod tho mill to over
flowing Monday, somo thirty loads
boiug delivered that day. Tho price
puid waa 00 cents.
Mrs. Curt Barker will bo taken to a
hospital within u fow days for treat
mont for comploto nervous break
down. Rome two years ago hor daugh
ter was ko badly burned that death
resulted, nttd brooding ovor this has
caused tho breakdown.
, SMITH CENTER
(From tho Messonger) ,
Jako B6nuett of Iloamsvillo is hav
ing n serious time with one of his legs.
Ho reooivod un injury to tho leg sev
eral yours ago and of lato it has boon
giving him much trouble and it is
feorod that tho leg will liuvo to bo
V ftnin Ltm In rufinrl f.lmf. Ill- SIllL'ln
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s riipi(y improving. Mr.-.Sh.g.O 10
ondny night, leaving
tho (lo(,t((r (U, ,)f ,jHIK0.,
BtIlit)l Colfll. , 0C(,llsion to lry
,, n,..rln Urn iilnrm iiiimiriiLiiB
Tuesday. An ahirin was sent, in and '
immediately tho big gong on Main
street and I lio lire whist lo at tho mill
began to tinirlo and scream, bringing
t,COpi out from all places.
Clarence Sprague, t lie young fellow
who forged tho chocks horo a couple
of weeks ago, was caught in Michigan
ami held until Sheriff (Ielfenstino
culled for him. The slmriif returned
1 Hi 1 riui iii:m i f-
esterday ho i 3
ry and was r J
with him TuoMloy. Vest
pleaded guilty to forger
placed in tho county jail for safe
ir sum- j
of court, i
hat wero ' f
keeping until tho next, term
The kodak mid cimtorn that
stolen from Stone's photograph gal
lory were found in his possession.
(From the Journal.)'
Master Ernest Woernor met with a
very bad accident Sunday morning.
IIo was running across u foot bridgo
when in some way ho became overbal
anced and fell, which made him un
conscious for about two hours.
One of tho victims in tho Boyor
'town, Iu.t opera house llro was George
Parson, who in 11XKJ came hoiv from
ronnsyivania witn nis old cliuni, Jovi't,inu Is renorti'd
Wolfskill, and worked in J..h. rial
broth's cigar factory in this city. IIo
and his wife lost their lives in that
J. Larson, iiremanou local train No.
-M0 of tho Chicago it Northwestern.
risked his lie on Monday afternoon!
neiir Exeter, by rescuing little Carl i
Delaney from instant death beneath I
the wheels of his engine. Tho child
was noticed by Mr. Larson standing
on a rail several rods ahead of his on
gine, w hen he durtod from tho cab and
made his way to tho front of tho en
gine just, in tinio to sliovo tho little
child from the track and save its life.
Master Carl is the son of Mrs. Winnie
Delaney. a teacher in the grammar
school at Exeter.
(From the Tribune).
Charley Molfet was tickled Monday
morning when tho old family cow pre
sented him with a whole team of oxen.
Will Greening, in his industry of
cuttim? wood for his wife, took u wide,
shot at his foot with tho axe, cutting
Somo hungry individual "accumula-1
ted" u quarter of fr-sh beef which
Mrs. Dellnger had stored in a shod at
her place in town.
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Kd
ditcher Wednesday morning, making
them tho possessors of a full nmlo
Tho infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph McClelland, whoso birth wo
mentioned only about three weeks ugo,
died Thursday and was buried tho fol
ficorgo W right, who was brought be
foro tho insanity commission last Sat
urday, on complaint of his wife and
oUior citizens of Ilildreth. had his
examination and was adjudged in
sane. Tho members of tho CJ. A. H. and
Relief Corps collected together Satur
day evening and went en masso to tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stlnson,
where a very pleasant evening was
spent. Tho day was the 58th anniver
sary of tho wedding of that worthy
(From the Citizen.)
August ilinkol, who mot with such a
eovoro accident Inst week, is tapidly
The homo of John Battels and most
of tho contents, southwest of town,
wore do&troyed .by llro Sunday oven-
ing about 0 u'clook. The loss is about
Miss Skjolvor met with a sovoro full
while attending u skating party at
John l'etorsou's, 'cloven miles south
west of town, Tuosduy ovoning. Hor
shoulder was badly bruised.
A torriblo tragedy was narrowly
averted at tho homo of L. Dourdoitu,
Monday. Tho little boy, about n year
nnd a half old spllied a quantity of
gasoline, ami just as ho was discovered
by an older plajmate tho gas ho
cmo limited. Mr.-. hoiirdoau seized
III" chid, who wn- enveloped in
'ilium s, and tluiM it into it tub of
vmUim, mIIi r which ho put out tho
fin1. Us her piompino-M and piosenco
of mill i tho i'IhkI I'-ciip-ii wiih u fow
A. L. Burl, holder has a hink'ii rib
ami' 1h othoewNc sotm what disllgurcd
,.u i ! ......, it ..i ...... .,.!. m.t
In IIU MTUIli IPI ,1T ' 4 Jl' V V
nuiiy in Jug do Uihi. Mummy ti n
j,,,,, w,ju ,,,vnm in. mo t m vn,
!mh tpntn nf nmlcs bui'Hino frl.li'i'i cd
ni.d hi lilted to inn. wr. Hiukliuldcr
was thrown out and a wheel i as od
over his body, breaking a rib. ' Two ;
days lalor, while dmiin.' along the
sumo road, Willi tho sumo ti'ittn. tho i
lliinliiiiii r Liu .! ,ii,i i.nt 1 1,0
lllti'lipin ol Ins wagon on mo out, llio,
tongue (hopped and tli( diiver was ,
i..!- , ,, . 1 ,
thrown to the urouml. Ho struck on i
IiU head. liiitMi.u an uulv uhhIi. and i
0110 shoulder was badly .jummed.
Interesting Items Gnthurod
by Our County R.cportcrs
Ivan Dickenson has commenced
work on his new house.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. Davis have gone
to vNit their son at Katon, N. M.
II. II. lloidrodgo lias leased the hotel
of Mr. Ruby and moved in Monday.
It ,.,!.. . i -ii i
Hazel Nesbit is reported quite ill at
Uu, liiimn nl" linr icjtor Mn Knlrili
Clio Home Ol nei Sister, Airs, naipu
The leap year dance in Hunter's ,
, .. ., ,. , . , .'
hall was woll attonded and a good i
John Marlow has returned home for
a mouth. Jlo expects to go back to
iiriinj on tho road at tho end of that
JJert McCoy wont to Holdrogo Sun
Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Kyd Clutter
last Wednesday, a boy.
Revival meetings still continue ati
tho Methodist I-Jpiscopal church.
A largo crowd was on our streets
Suturday doing thoir Trading Busi
ness is coming back to normal again.
At tho wolf hunt south of town Tues
day flvo wolves wero in the round up.
All escaped but one which was shot
by Arthur Larriek. '
Mr. and Mrs. Will Serl returned to)
liloomington Monday, after visiting at
the homo of her mothor, Mrs. Martha I
Springer, a few days.
Miss fCsthei1 Carson, who has been
visiting at J. A. Lockhart's thl win
ter, returned to her home in Oklahoma
t Thursday morning.
C. A. Easterly has tho brick on the i
round J'01' a now 1'asiilouoo on Mariol ,
and North Thorno streets, and as soon
as spring opens up work will com
mence at once.
Kvorything points to a dry town at
tho spring election. The people refuso
to bo boaton like they were last year, i
when instead of the majority rule, tho i
saloon element took things in their
own hands and, aided by Judge Ad-
urns, issued tho license. This year wo
look for bettor things.
COUNTY COURT NEWS.
I'Mate of Anders AmlerMiu. Will
admitted to probate and Sveml l.ind
quist appointed oxeuutor. Letters is
sued. Kudolph Stroit and II. C. Han
sen appointed appraisers.
Kstato of Henry Thcwes. It. .1. Koh
mctschor appointed administrator.
Appraisers' warrant to H. ('. Wright
ami T. ('. (Juigglo.
King Graham Co. vs. Hayes. Judg
ment for plaint i IV.
Ruby vs. Rose. Forcible detention.
For trial 30th.
Matters vs. City of Red Cloud. Kor
trial February 4.
Walker vs. MeCall. Restored to eal-'
eudar; for pleading February 3.
Compile wiUi the Pum
lwi of every UtaUt. ,
Owi'Mry Uncertain Recipes.
It Is entirely unnecessary to cxperi
incut with this, that and tho other
recipe. Get from your grocer, for 10
cents, a package of "OUR-PIE" Prop
aiation Lemon, Chocolate and Cus
tardfor making pics that arc sure to
be good. ft
Sot ! If liw- 1 1 ii. Unit iimlcr ntitl by
vlrnuiif mi n't rnf mi-Issiurt from the olllco
ol Geo W Hiiii'Mm n clerk ol tlio District
('nun of ilw Tenth .IiuIMmI district. Uthln
iimi far VgII r oim N'rliiHskn. iiion udo
er o In im iietl ti i lull j? therein, wherein
IMwnnl II. ('omen N lnliiitl' ntui hrhI' si John
o YoImt iiih) Uettlo I. Y.'Icr. dofomliuiK I
"hull otter fur xulu nt public vuinl'ii to tho
mull ut lilrlitnr fjif niiuti .11 lin.il .!....
i.mro the emirt Iiuiifo. nt Hen i loud. In mild
'eh.'cr ennnt , Nchru-ku (ihm holnc tho
llt,)L. wherein the bm tcim ol wnld eoint
w bi.Men). on th- ITih ilnv o Pttirunry. A.
11. IlKiS. ntioMnel. p m or miIiI Onv. tlin fol
inwimnii-ccrlheil propenv. to wit: The mhiiIi
:,!!f'.;!! ' . !.V. .,,.r."l,Il. '"'.". (!)
t 1. loci: thirty one CM). In the city of Hid rlinul,
1 wi!U!re"tiiiiv. NibriiNkM.
I (ilvun tin r ui lut lid tills nth day of .Innii
I nrv. A. I). 1I"US.
:it o. l). IIJincK.slicrlir.
Lc4al Notice lo Non-Rcsldcnt Ucfr.nd-
In the DMrlet Court of Webster County, Ne
f.otifeii Uorbntt. .lohii V C'orbctt. Clar )
Ihm .1. cnlmef. Alvln Ciiluiec, Wll
1 limn II Deluift. Ilnuiuih Dohatt.
ThmiUh.I. Dehiiri. Mary K Dulmit,
i k. J
i Levi I.. Di'hnrt. Merlin liehart. i
1 IMItlii llryant .li;ton ltry.tnl.(ieiru V
N. Iliidjie. Albert II lloilue Kva .M.
1 MmUe, Mmy Krm cin IUk'kc. Ida K. I
Hoilpo Mi:i;ulloni. W'llllniii McC'til '
loin. I.ettle KuiIku lJvlnirMnti.Cuorzo
IMiiKcion. 'anih SI. IIoiIko t'hll I
utv I'M Clillvurs and Krtd X. j
IMitbii lltynnt .losion llryant. (Jeorice N.
Ilotlue, MIiti Ii lIoilt;c. Kv i SI. Iloilce, Slnrv
r rallies ItiKlKf. Ilia B. IIoiIko SIcUulloiii. WJ1
' VlllltHoll. SHOlli SI. Ilodcc Chllveii. K(l t'hll
vert.-, ami free N Undue. dofenOnniH. will taie
notleis tliul n tho iitli ilay of .lannary. I'.vjs.
ouis-a Corbott. John W. Oorbutt. Clnrifc-a J.
Calme". Alvin hIihl-. willlmn . Deiia-i. llan-
naleDehart. Thomas. I. Ilclmrt. anil Slnrv i:. Dt-
hurt. plalntlils lllel their letlllonln theOlsirlct
Court uf Webster County. Nebraska. Mi;ulnst
you as (lofenrtaiitc. the object and pravtr or
whleh are to partition the fullowluc dcMiribuil
real e.tate. lo-wlt: l.'lssc.cn (Ti.elKht(S) and
nine (0). In bloek seven (7). in I.cDiic'h nddltlon
tothueltvof lied Cloud. Webster Con ty. No-Inank-.
Vouarc reijulred to anstvor said putl
lion on or befoie the ITth day of 'etiruary, 190S.
Dated thlsiJth day ol January. US.
JOHN V. COIIISUTT.
CI.AKIS-A J. CAI.MES,
AI.VIS CA LSI IIS.
Wl 1.1 A SI It. l)i:iIAUT.
TIlOSIAs J. DliliAUT,
MAItY K. DallAltT.
ll K. I. Overman, their Attornev. -J5
Excursion Dates are the 1st
and 3rd Tuesdays of
Wo have made arrangomonts to haudlo lands through one of tho largest
and best laud companies in tho Umtod
as tho sun over shono on at $15 per aero; $4 por store cash, and tho balance
on 10 years' timo at 0 per cent interest.
With $4 por aero down you and your noighbors who are renting a farm,
may just as well buy one of thoir own on long tinio and a low rate of interest.
Our company has sold 80o,o00 acres of this choice land on thoso favorable-
tonus to parties, in many instances, who could not purohaso laud in any other
, , ,, ,
wny' ,m1 Mro tlms W1 t fire . homo.
Don't wait until you got a littlo moro money, as tho land is liable to ad
vance as fast as your pile of money will" grow, but get in on the ground lloor
and get the advance yourself.
Our Next Excursion Wilt Be Tuesday,
l February a, 1Q08.
Our next excursion dato is Tuesday, January 21, 19Q8. and we sfcind ready
to show you a good thing at a modorato cost and wo extend im invitation to
you to como to our oltlco and talk it ovor with us and rauko arrangements to
tako tuivoutago of this rare opportunity to secure a farm in a land of groat
Pecos Valley, New Mexico.
Wo buvo choico land in tho Pooos Vulloy in tho irrigated district for any
ono who desires to purohaso that kind of land, nnd we can show you some ol
tho best bargains iu irrigated hind that you can Hud under any water service.
Yours for Hosiness,
Red Cloud Investment Co.
I. If. HOLMES, President, !). J. MYERS, Vice-President.
A. B. SELLERS, Seorotury and Treasurer
ig Horn Basin
I have a selected list of ir
rigated farms in the Basin
for rent; why not rent for a
year or two and learn the
profits from irriuated farm
ing in the Basin, and be
come acquainted with the
climate and desirabiiity of
settling in that region? We
also help you homestead
irrigated lands, or to buy
them at prices that wilt
make you money. Millions,
of dollars are now being
spent irrigating Basin lands
I lomeseekers' excursions
lirst and third Tuesdays ol
iqoS. Write D. Clem Dea
ver, General Agent Land
seekers'. Information Bu
Ilomcseokors1 excursions lirst and.
third Tuesdays to Colorado, Wyom
ing, Big Horn Basin, Northwest,.
Southwest and South; Winter
Tourist Rates daily to .Florida,
tho Gulf Country, tho South and
Southern California. Ask Agent oi
too undersigned for rates and de
taiR J. F. EnwAHDS.
L. W. Wakeley, G. P. A., Omaha.
States and wo can sell you ns fiuo land
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