The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, April 03, 1908, Image 1

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VOLUME XXXVI.
KKI CLOUD, NKItKASKA, APRIL tf, 15M8.
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Cltv ElectUi.
On next Tuesday the voters of Hud
Cloud will be culled upon to decide
whom they will hnve for officers for
the ensuing year and also decide the
policy of the city with regard to license
or no license. The issue is square cut,
it is not a question of hieli are the
men who in your judgment will make
the bout oillcers for the city, but
whether or not license shall bo granted
or not. Those who are opposed to the
granting of license should vote for
Win. Wolfe for mayor, J. A. McArthur
for councilman iu the second want or
Henry Diederich and Wm McKlmmey
in the ist ward, while those who favor
the granting of license should vote the
llepublican ticket. That there may be
no misunderstanding wo wish to say
that the Chief iv opposed to the grant
ing of license, believing that it i.s for
the best interest of the community.
There has been quite a mix up and
considerable guessing done as to who
would be the candidates finally to be
voted for but the political atmosphere
has at last cleat cd and we tind that
the following are the nominees:
Republican ticket, for mayor, .1. 0.
Caldwell; clerk, das. Hurdeu; treasurer
.1.0. Hutler; Couneilmen 1st waul, Kd
Amack and 13. .1. Pulsifer. Council
man and ward. (.'has. Kohinsou
On the citiens ticket Wm. Wolfe
tills the place made vacant by the re
signation of W. It. Cramer and II.
Newberg for councilman in 1st ward;
fie ether couneilmen have withdrawn
from tlio citizens ticket
Then there is the ticket which has
been nominated by petition consisting
of Wm. Wolfe, mayor: L. H. Fort,
clerk; J. O. Hutler, treasurer; Henry
Diederich and Wm. MoKimmoy, coun
eilmen in 1st ward and .J A Merthnr,
councilman in 2nd ward.
On the school board Frank Stude
baker and Henry Neuhor.se werj
nominated by the republicans, and L.
A. Raskins by the citizens convention.
1. flr'HoftneVnud Henry Uilham have
been put on by petitiou. On the
school boanl we have something to
say in another part of this papir.
At the meeting of the ministerial
union Monday April 6, b p. m. Kev.
0. H. Smith will present u paper: sub
ject, "What is a successful minister?"
INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATIsM CUItED IV
3 DAYS
Morton L. Hill, of I.ohntion Ind.MjT,; "Mj
wife bed Inflatnmntorj Khouir.Rtlsse In evorj
rauecle and joint; tier MitTorliijr was terrible
and tier body and fauo were bwollen almost be
yond recognition; 1ih1 been In tOd sji wooki
and hnd clRbt tilrjtlclans but received no
benefit until the tried Dr. Ditil'otV UtHef fot
IthcumMIrm. It Knvo lmmedlAto relict Riid
ohc wrh fcble to walk about In three days i nm
tiro It wed ber life." Sold b? It. . Gtico.
DrnggUt, Jlod Cloud.
WMdMeii Ctwity Can.
The Webster county Woodmen camp
met in the Woodmen hall, Hed Cloud,
Wednesday morning at 11 n. m. The
purpose of the meeting wiw to elect a
delegate to the state camp at Lincoln
May 0. The election resulted iu favor
of C. W. Grout, of Red Cloud. II. P.
Hooper of Hlue Hill was elected an
alternate. Hlue Hill wan selected as
the next place of meeting for the
county camp which occurs iu Kill.
Then a eounty picnic committee wan
formed composed of one member from
each camp in the county who are as
follows: J. C. Hay lor. Red Cloud,
chairman; A. I). Ilaney, Hlue Hill,
.secretary; A. W. Cox, Bladen; .las. Me
Bride, Cowles; J. S. Largent, Guide
Hock; S. K. IVeht, Inavale; Chns. A.
Guthrie, Koscmont. Bladen was
selected as the place for holding the
picnic which will probably occur dur
ing the county fair. Th Ked Cloud
Woodmen feel particularly grateful tw
the Guide Rock Woodmen for their as
sistance in the election of delegates to
t'te state eamp
cointyTolrt news.
I'ltoitvtr.
Kstato of I'riali Lcnhart. Inventory
and appraisement tiled.
Kstato of Stephen 15. Hockett. In
ventory and appraisement Hied.
Instate of Harris Noble. Inventory
and appraisement Hied.
Kstato of Richard N. Lewis. Hear
ing and order granting homestead to
widow.
Estate of Rachael K. Lewis. Last
will and testament tiled. Petition for
probate and letters. Order for hearing
April 22.
Kstato of Carl Gust. Hearing claims
continued to April t.
CIVIL.
Symtis Grocer Co. vs. Neal. For an
swer May I.
Omaha Tent and Awning Co. vs.
Hayes. For trial April U.
frier U 9Mw Cause.
Webster Com ty. f uio county court.
At sa .County Court held nt tho county court
room In and f orsitld county WudniMlay, April
IMA u.im.
In the mutter of tlio estate of Itiicliuul K. LcwIh,
deceased.
On reading and llllnR tho petition of Charles
L. Lewis prnyhiK that the Itihtrument filed on
the lt day of April, 1008. und purporting to be
tbo lust Will and Testament of the Bald de
ceased nay lie proved, approved, probated, at-
lnwn.l afifl mp,ri1m1 uu tS.t lnul Will .ml
Testament of the said JUchnel K. Lewis.
I deceased, and that tho execution of the In
Ktrumcnt nuiy bo committed, and the ad
ministration of ld (state may be granted to
rharlea L. LowIr. as executor -
Ordered, that Wednesday, the 22nd dHy of April
A. 1). IPO at one o'clock p in.. Ih bssIruciI for
hciiriiiK Mild petition when all persons Inter-
I ested In Raid matter may appear at a County
Court to be held In and for bald county and
hhow cause why the pia)cr of petition should
not be granted , and that notice of tho pendency
or sum petition unu tnc neuriiix tnercor do iiven
to al) perfoiiH Interested In mild matter, by pub
llslilnc a cony of litis order in The Hed cUud
Chief, a weekly newspaper printed In said
county, for three hicopphKo weeks prior to said
nay or Hearing. i Kios.iountyjuuc
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Spring
1908
Suits
Nothing manufactured shows
so great an improvement as
Clothing. liach season shows
this more forcibly.
This Spring's line is better than ever.
Glad to show you.
PKUL STOREY
The Clothier.
Engagement Extraordinary act
The Tepee Theatre
One Solid Week Only-Gorameneing April 6, 1908.
The Passion Play; or Tbe of ctoist
Beautiful colored pictures and sacred music by our mixed quartette and
our soloists. Performance begins every evening at 7:15, 8:30 and 9:45
p.m. Saturday afternoon at 2:15 and 3:30 p. in. Box office opens at
6:30 each evening.
Rev. Father Imtgkuai.d will lecture on The Passion Flay.
Owing to the great length of this production admission will be
25 Cts. to All
Don't Miss This Treat of a Lifetime.
Secure Your Tickets in Advance.
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Insertion with Kinbroidery, Heading.
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back at
Lace and Insertion Yoke. Laee and
Heading edge
Kmbroidered Insertion front with
Heading and Kmbroidered edge
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eieuues Insertion Lace and Heading
edge around neck and sleeves
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