The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, March 13, 1908, Image 1
:m A? JBT k.'X.J VK&IWYi-rlAalfWtfuVTflTjJlK THE RED (1013) CHIEF Eight Pa"" 'i"y"f Aaa Home Pri. Subscription $1 a Year in Advance wx3vfpfsmK) VOLUME XXXVI. RED CLOUD, NBHUASKA, MAKCIl 1.5, I.HhS. NlTMItlSU 11 "I . - , " . ' -. i r I f .i MUSJOPW - 4 i I , I I Vi J. 1. k i To the Public The manager of the Hud Cloud lSusi ucss college severed his connection by , moving intoiinother state. The teacher, Prof. Wright, clicl not care to assume, management and the eitizens in eon junction with tins commercial Hub ap pointed a committee to confer with Iho board of education as to the ad visability of Prof. Moritz assuming uperintendeney which was dismissed with favor and unanimously agreed to on condition that the citi'ens as Mime all iinancial responsibility. Tho jiaines hereto subscribed assure the public and more particularly the pa trons of the school that the Iinancial Interests are well secured and the serv ices of Prof. Moritz as superintendent backed by the board of education puts our business college among the lirst educational institutions of the slate, worthy of your support and patronage: Piatt v, Frees Co., Turnnre Bros.. , Geo. W. Hutchison Win. Wolfe. X .'o., Oscar Burroughs, Saunders Bros.. Prof. Moritz, C. II. Miner, Albright. Bro., E. II. New-house, M. A. Albright, Geo. It Staiiscr, W. A. Sherwood, .'as. Peterson. Gowden-Kaley Co.. ICaley Pros., (). C. Teel, W. C. Frahin, L. E. Tait, (!. .1. Warren, ,1. W. Auld, Overrlng Bros.A L'o. 1). 11. Whitaker. E. W. Ross. J. C. Savior. T. C. Hacker. Pone Pros., I. II. Bob'n.son, Paul Storey. ). H. Hedge, W. P. Fulton, Dr. Henry Cook, .lohiwm X- P.ouer. L. II. Blackledgc. -. - -.- First Ward Republican Caucus. The republican voters of the Pirst ward in the city of lied ("loud are hereby called to meet in caucus in the o'd L &, M. bank building Monday evening at 6 o'clock. March Id. ion-, to s-lcet eleven delegates to the repub lican city convention which is called to mee.t at the court house Thur-day, March 'J'i. l'.tiW. at -' p. m. L. II. Pi !. (' unmitteeman. Second Ward Republican Caucus. The republican voter-of the Second ward in the city of Bed Cloud are hereby called to meet in caucus at Firemen's hall Monday evening at s o'clock. March Hi, I'.ios. to -elect 17 delegate- to tin republican city con vention which is called to meet at the court hon-e Thur-day. March P.i. P.tlii. at:.' p. in. ( . C. M Coni-.. Com. KXiffit1Si&X&X&&X(& Deaths and Funerals. I !st2m?v!52sro Mrs. Blvens. Mrs. Ilivcns, aged about 70, died at her home near Guide llock Tuesday noon and was burled Wednesday after mon. Lulu Frances Smith. Lulu Frances Smith, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Frank- Smith of Garfield township, died last Saturday and was buried Sunday. Funeral services were held at the Brethren church on Ash creek, conducted by Itev. Noah Wag oner. Interment was In the Martin cemetery. Miss Smith had been ill for several months and a short time ago underwent a course of treatment at a sanitarium in Lincoln, but failed to get relief. Viola Emery Maurer Viola Emery was born at Peratoniea, III., .July i:, 1SI1. She attended Mt. Morris seminary and later taught school in Lincoln, 111., at which place she married Henry .1. Maurer in 1871. (ne year later Mr. Maurer came to Bed Cloud to establish their home, she, however, remaining in Lincoln, III., one year longer. She united with the Presbyterian church before coining here. To the union were born three children- Fred, Clarence and Nellie, all of whom survive her to mourn with their father the loss of wife and mother. She had reached the age of fit years 7 months and l.i days. Mrs. Chris Zeiss. Mrs. Chris Zeiss died Wednesday morning at her home in the south part of town, from consumption, after an illness of nearly two year-. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at .'::) 4?fcthe Congregational ehu'-ch. Bovuline' "Wilson was- born in Iowa. August :tl. ISOii. February '." 1SS7, she was married to Chris 'Zeiss, in Cowles. Neb. To this union live chil dren were born, all of whom are living Vernon. Surry, Violet. Edith and Berdon. She is also survived by her husband, father, four sisters and four brothers. at the time of her death. To this union six children were born, three of whom with the aged husband still remain to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother. Uev. Martin of Guide Bock conducted the. funeral services which were held at the house. Sin; was a member of the Christian church. Mr. llldy will make, his home in the future with his son Will near Trenton, Xeb. Card of Thanks. We. the undersigned, desire to thank the friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted in the sickness and death and burial of our beloved wife and mother. .losi:rii Ilinv, Mum. I). C. Hvi'N', Miss. M. K. Watkins, W. J. Univ. Business College Notes Letter List. List of letters remaining uue.allod for at postolUoo at Rod Cloud, Nob , for the week ending March 12, 11)08: Mr-. Minnie Brady, Edw. E. Cotner. T. A. Cheney, Mrs Edith llulller B. F. Hudson, Geo. Kennedy, Samuel .Tones. II. U. Stevens, Henry Schalor, F. E. Dudik. Oberfelder A: Co., G. Van Gordcn, S. Fuhrman. These will be sent to tho dead lottor oillce March 2d, 15)03, if uncalled for before. When calling for above ouse say "advertised." T. C. Hcuun,,Po-t master. Prof. Dietriek madu us a pleasant call Wednesday. Prof. Morlt. Is now superintendent of the college. Fndor his management we see success for the future. Miss Emma Perry is absent on ac count of sickness. Blah Olmsted was absent on account sickness. Carrie Isoiu is a new shorthand stu dent. Chas. Stephens is enjoying a visit from his brother. Homer Fox Is again in school after a siege of la grippe. Miss Viola Peak visited with Miss Grace Tunison in Inavale Sunday. Bcvs. Galloway and lexandcr of Chicago began a series of revival meet ings at Inavale last Sunday. The meetings are being held in the Meth odist church. ) m MOTIIKU OKAY'S SWUKT I'OWDKKS FOB CIBI.DKKX SuccL'ssfully icoil by Mother Urny. iiint-c In the Children's Homo In New York, euro KuvcrMi ne. IJiuI StoniMcli, Tcctlilnt? HlMinlCTH, IIIIIVO inul rcmilnto Iho llowels mid I)ptrny Worms Ovur 10,000 tc-UmniilnlN. Tiny nnoi jail. At nil DhikkI'-K Me. Snini'lo Fice. Address Allen S. Olmstod, LuKoy, N. Y. To the Parents. An Investigation recently made unions the students of tho high school re vealed the fact that uiore. than one third of those present were ii Diluted with weak eyes. Thlrt deplorable con dition is attributable to but one cause, i. e., over-exertion in a poorly lighted school room. To Insist that students should continue to study in a place which has wrought such havoc is noth ing short of criminal. To preclude, as fur as possible any further Injury to the eyes, we have decided that all high school students are hereafter privi leged to study at home and are only required to attend school for recitation, purposes. We frankly confess that this plan is far from belngstttlsfnctory, but with the co-operation of the par ents we hope to complete this year'- work as well as adverse conditions will permit. Students should huvt regular study hours at home as tl.ey have had heretofore in school, and as parents you can render valuable assist ance to the teachers by insisting that your children have, uninterrupted study hours and If possible between tho hours of '.) a. in. and I p. m. Pi:oi Montr.. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. W. Hughes of Guide Bock were transacting business in Bed.' Cloud Wednesday. Republican City Conention. The republican voters of the citv of Bed Cloud are heieby called to meet in .invention the liith of March nt'J p. in. in the court house for the purpo-e of nominating candidates for the follow ing nllices to be voted upon April 7. HHIS. jiud transacting such other busi ness a- mav come before the conven tion: One mayor. One city clerk. One city treasurer. One police judge. One city engineer. One councilman for Fir.-t ward, one year. One councilman for First ward, two years. One councilman for Second ward, two years. Two members school board. To the above convention each ward will he entitled to representation as follows: First ward. II delegates; Second ward. 17 delegates, I,. P. Ai.iiimiiiit. Chairman. Geo. II. Ovi.iMM.. Secretary. couSyITourtnews. iMioimi t -i.s. Lincoln Shade Co. vs. Hayes, .ludg , nii'iit for plaintitl'. Peterson vs. Boats. For trial I'.'th. Carpenter Paper Co. vs. Ilayes For trial I '.Mh. ei.oiiA n: (ASK-. F-inte of Alexander Walker. Hear' ing and order on claims. No claims tiled. I F.statc of I'rinh l.enhart. Bond ap proved and tiled, betters Issued. Ap praisers S. II. Potter. A. L. Walker. Fstate of Kli.abeth Harding. Final account tiled Waiver of notice by heirs. Decree of distribution entered.. Fstate of Marildn Isom. Discharge m of executor. IN A FINCH. PH'. AU.I'.N'.S KOOT.I'.W:. I v ...milm for tired. nchlliK. i-owllpii feel. Wo lme uMir.'W ouo icMimoiilrits AH liuu'lts 2jc. lion'i nceejit any nihMltutu. Tilnl pneVoe Free by mull. Aldris A lUm S. Olnihied, I.u Koy, N Y. i Matilda Fuller Matild't K'ipp was born in Bansaellcr county, New York, in ISP.). She was married to Jacob Fuller in IS 40. To this union wen born six boys, sevt n girls, of whom live boys and one, girl are yet living. In ISI."i they moved to .tones county, Iowa, where Mr. Fuller died in 18(10. In ls'il she moved to Webster county, Nebraska, anil died at Cowles. Neb.. Feb. ','S, P.iOS. having reached the age of S'.i years. She joined the Methodist church in early girlhood, but alter coming to Nebraska she united' with the Christian church at Cowles. The funeral took place from the last muued church Saturday. February -'!. Bev. Martin, the Chris tian church minister at Guide Bock, assisted by Bev. Sam Deacon conduct ing the last sad rites. Interment was made in Cowles cemetery. Edwin Rlolilcr. Fdwin Mohlcr. one of the best known farmers on the south side of the river, died Monday morning at his home on the old Wagoner homestead, in Garfield township. Funeral services were held Tuesday and interment was in the Wagoner cemetery. Fdwin Mohlcr was born in North Manchester, hid., October '!', ISF.i. lie joined the Brethren church in 1S77. lie came to this county In the fall of IS7H. and on .lanuary II. l-'ti, he was united in marriage to Sarah Wagoner To this union were born live children, one of whom died in infancy. Besides his wife he is survived by two daugh ters and twosons Mary, Edith, Fdwin and Bobert. The funeral was one of the largest ever held in that part of county. Eliza Jane Hldy. Miss Eli.a .lane Powers was born March 10. is:i."i, in the state of Indiana, moved with her parents to Iowa in ls.17. where she was united in marriage to .losepli llldy in 1S.VS, and died at their home in Webster county. Ne braska, March .'ml. lOOs. being 7:.' years II months and '.'I days of age at the time of her death. 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