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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1908)
.' .GUIDE ROCK.
(From tho Signal.)
Wo boo by tho Nelson paporn thnt
"MlaPEUa Duggor, of north of town
mill Mr. 'Alfred Hanson, o' Curiums,
Tvere married by tho county judKO at
Nolson lust wook.
1). Jonos rocoivod won! on Sunday
of the doath of his brothor, R. D.
Jonos, of Hoi kloy, Calif. Tho mossago
otatod no particulars and as yot no
furthor word has boon roooivod. R.
D. Jonoa will bo romomborod by many
of tho older citizens of this county
having boon ongagod in business hero
a number of years ago.
(From tho Express.)
Frank Felt is having a comont curb
put in along tho front of his promises
on North Contra!.
Tho crushed rook and Hint for tho
conoroto work iu tho basemont of tho
now school building is hero and !b
being hauled this week.
Miss Eva P. Storey and Mr. Roy
lniino tvnrn titilfnil in timrrillL'H bv Dr.
Embreo Sunday evening at six o'clock
nt the homo of tho bride's parents In
Joanotto Tomploman, which occurred
at Koborts, Wis., Wodnosdliy April 8th,
and aftor a trip through tho eastern
part of this country thoy will bo at
homo in Blno Hill to their frlonds
aftor May 20th.
Gus Kottwitz and Honry Waterman
recently purchased soma land in
Moatle county, Kansas.
T. L. Trowbridgo loft last Saturday
for Chicago,- and it is claimod ho will
most likoly como back driving u "ohoo-
Chas. Smith was a factor in a run
away Saturday from which ho fortun
atoly escaped with no worse injury to
himself than a sovero shaking up.
Al. Grubon has purchasodtho Honry
Schlichtmau rosideuco in tho west
part of town, and moved into it tho
Hrst of tho wook.
Tho Chiof at tho county seat was a
little olT last week in stating Red
Cloud would bo tho only "wot town
iu Webster county tho coming year.
When wo bald "town," wo meant it,
not village. Ed.
lougth of time and their visit was coi
Jacob Gorgon roturnod tho Hrst part
of this week from Montgomery county,
Kay., whore he had boon to attend the
funeral ot hlo father, Peter Gorgon,
who diod at Chorryvalo, Kan., April 0,
at tho advanced ago of 88 yoars.
On Tuesday of this wook there was
a big damage suit Hied in tho ofllco of
tho clork of tho district court, against
tho throe Balooukoepors of Campbell
by Mrs. Sophlo Henkol et al. Tho suit
is for tho sum of 15,000 alleged dam
ages for tho selling of liquor to her
husband, who last January, tho 11th.
foil oir a load of lumber whilo on his
way homo from Campbell and so badly
crushed his arm that (imputation was
necessary. Tho Houkol family live
about six miles south of Campbell.
riU.n. .Infn.wlntlf u tlt-n Win Hnn1nim
Frank ltobbins and Loonal Bourdeau
and their bondsmen. Tho bonds of
tho saloon men of Campbell aro fur
nished by a bonding company. M. A.
HartigaB of llastiugs is the attorney
for tho plaintiff.
(From tho Enterprise.)
Work commenced last week on the
brick residence of C. A. Easterly on
Maricl and North Thorno streets.
Georgo Clatto was quito seriously
hurt last .Saturday by his team run
ning away and throwing him from a
The Bladen sports havo como up in
lino with two base ball teams this
spring so it is possible that wc may
look for something doing this summer.
Tho Bladen band has beon reorgan
ized and aro getting ready somo music
and it will only bo a short timo wo
hope, when our band will bo ready to
furnish any kind of baud music.
This community was very sorry to
hear of the intention of Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Bierhaus to move to Campbell
this week. They moved over Wednes
day and have secured a Hue little
house to livo in at that place.
(From the Citizen.)
Born, on Wednesday April 15, to Mr.
and Mrs. T. Chevalier, a boy.
Rook Forest Iibb about completed a
nico now residence on his place six
miles north of town, the ox?ense of
which will bo 1800 or $900.
Gottlieb Binder, southwest of town,
has contracted with Fred Jacobson for
the erection of a big barn, work on
which will begin at ouce.
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Beauchene had
another sad misfortune Wednesday, in
tho loss of their infant child, a few
days old. The funeral was hold yes
terday. Late last week the county comtnis-
ioners decided to coll a special elec
tion to' vote on tho proposition to
inako a o-uiill levy for three years to
build a now court House for Franklin
Wash Reed returned Wednesday
from a 10-days trip to Ashton, 111.,
where ho was called on Tuosday of
last week by a telegram announcing
the death of his elder brother, Abijah
Heed, who passed away aftor an a lin
gering illness of six months or more,
(From tho Argus.)
We havo already been invited. to
make a certain visit in peach time.
Now if someone will guarantee to keep
oil" a freezo until next fall, wo wifl bo
all right, and especially so, if wo can
prevail upon tho sugar trust to donate
a sack of sugar.
When tho assessor gets through with
you, you will wonder how you could
havo beon so rich and never found it
out bofore, and then if tho levys are
not watched you will wonder about
taxpaying how, being so poor, you
mauuged to keep out of tho poor
A livery bum and thirteen horses
was burned at Kensington Thursday
niche of last week. Tho bla.o had
couo so far, when discovered that only
one horse was saved, and it is stated
that a helper, sleeping in tho barn,
would have perished, had ho not been
aroused by his employer.
About thirty of tho relatives of Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Eldred surprised them
Sunday by going in on them about
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IUlUIlOr MUirc 1.UU Jiuicus uuu uodii
invited to take dinner out, for the pur-
nnsa of thrnwinc them off their guard,
so that Mrs. Eldred's feelings can bet
ter be imagined than described when
9ho saw the crowd and nothiug in the
way of a dinner prepared.
(From the Sentinel.)
E. Furry has circulated a new
District Court Dolnfts.
nas. II. Potter vs David Morrloo.
Moiion for new trial. This is a case
in which Potior sues Morrison for rent
due for Holland Hotel.
10. K. Ilarvov vs ueno u. .uusseii.
Htirvey sued Russell for damage to
crops of Harvey by Russell's property.
Jury waived and trial to court. Judg
ments or Harvey against Russell for
S10 and all costs. This case was also
decided in favor of Harvey in lower
Darrol Bnrden vs C. O Pitney.
Plaintiff sues defendant for money duo
on note. Judgment for defendant.
Motion tiled for new trial.
,lohn 11. Stanser vs C. F. Cather.
General finding fr plaintiff. Defend
ant excepts and files supercidlas bond.
Ncbr. 11. & L. Association vs Lena
Walters. Pending stay.
Mary E. Pratt vs Geo. O. Yeiser.
Demurrer sustained. Plaintiff given
30 days to amend petition.
Alfred C. White vs William J. Lip
peneott. Road case in Garfield town
ship. Trial 21th.
Chas. Gurney et al vs hohool district
of City of Red Cloud. For trial Fri
day. William H. Fisher vs James J. Ryan.
This was a replevin case brought over
one year ago by Fisher to recover some
At the Congregational parsonage last,
Tuesday occurred the marriage of Mis
Zephyr Cressman, daughter of Rev. A.
A. Cressman, to Mr. Willis P. Fulton.
The officiating clergyman was Rev. A.
A. Cressman, assisted by Rev. Edtnond
Cressman of Lawrence, Kas., and Rev.
J. M. Rates of Red Cloud. Only near
relatives of the bride and groom were
invited. Many substantial presents
were received from friends in Jled
Cloud and elsewhere. They aro at
home In their newly furnished hoii'-e
at Eighth avenue and Walnut street.
The Chief joins their many friends in
wishing them smooth sailing on tl.c
Lots 13 to 18 Radcliffe addition,
make offer by mail to: Daniat. A. con
ituiAN, R. F. D. 1, Kellerville. Illinois.
MANY WOMEN PRA1SB THIS ItKMRDY.
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Sample mcknRu frri Adilrecs, The Mother'
Gray Co., l.eltoy, N. V.
Real Estate Transfers.
For tho week ending Tuesday, April
21, furnished by the Fort Abstract Co.
L. 11. Fort, Manager.
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puuuou piiiyiug iui tnu uiuiu(, r w i one year tigo uy r inner iu ictuici ouuit ( inn i , i i v
a road along tho western boundaries cattle belonging to him which uynn .hamnci II nx.nru to.iosepii i-.
..... I , f i i i .i i -i Trine et al, wd, e2 mvl ti-4-li
of the city. took up, as lie claimed under tho herd ' '
" I . ?iiriir 10 Hull to A. T. W.'llkiM"
(From the Leader)
Frlonds of T. T. Tobin havo received
aimouncments df his marriage to Miss
(From Franklin County Tribune)
Iuvitations are out for tfie wedding
of Clifford Storey and Miss Lena
Ruopp, at Culbertson, next Sunday.
County Attorney Miller has pur
chased tho residence property of R. V.
McGrow in the east part of town, aud
will soon occupy the same.
Some of the supervisors of Smith
Center, Kansas, are iu conference with
our bridge committee today in regard
to the building of a bridge on the state
Frank Church and May Kelso of
Riverton were united in marriage yes
terday in tho county judge's ofllco.
i They woro accompanied by his brother
Tho town was ''taken" last Saturday
and Sunday by delegates to the county
Sunday School convention. There
were many representatives hero from
all parts of the country.
John Ramsey and family enjoyed a
visit over Sunday with an old timo
friend of Mr. Ramsey's, Mr. P.J, Boyd,
who used to work in the shop with
John in Chicago 2. years ago. They
have not s;ton each other for that
We aro glad to note tho reappear
ance of Dr. J. L. Holyman, veterinar
ian, on our streets aftor a siege with
J. B. Jones, Uncle Sam's mail car
rier, is on the shelf temporarily.
Howard Mason has been sworn in as
doputy to carry the mail in his stead J
whilo ho is sick.
John Brumbaugh Is refitting and
cleaning up his otlice building on tho
east side of Nebraska Avenue pro
paratory to using it as an ofllco build
ing and headquarters for his wall
paper and painting business.
Will Clapp has been rejoicing all
week over tho fact that his bachelor
days aro ended. Mrs. Clapp returned
Wednesday from Leavenworth, Kas.,
where she has been for several weeks
takiug care of her sick father.
Prof. J. I. Burwel!, one of the teach
ers elect in our public school, will
move hore about May 1st to the place
ho rented in the eastern portion of
tho city the Cameron place. From
that timo on he will drive back and
forth betweon hero and Bloomlngtou.
Two deaths havo occurred in our
vicinity since our last issue, little
Mabel Martin being called to tho
Groat Beyond Thursday evenihg and
Isaac M.Martin, tho father of Pliny
Martin, on Sunday. There was no re
lationship betweou tho two.
Tho Salina and Northwestern, tho
north and south railroad project for
which a survey was made last summer,
is again showing 'signs of activity.
Tuesday a party of four Smith Center
business men and a gentleman from
ltnstmi. Mr. Ovns bv name, who is a
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contractor and linnucier, went through
here in an automobile on their way to
Jloldrodge on a tour of inspection.
They visited Roamsville, Franklin and
Bloomiuuton. Mr. Ovens informed us
that another company had bought the
Uiiilmi niul Xm-t.h western and that it
was quite possible tho new road would
be built. Aside from this tho only
other dellnito information we could
nhruin wns tlio statement that we
would soon receive a written proposi
tion from tho company. Mr. Ovens
seemed to know what ho was talking
about and as far as ho wont discussed
tho matter in a very straightforward
business like way.
law for trespass. This is the third time
the case has been tried and each time
a verdict for Fisher. This case has be
come a very expensive one to defcml
ant since costs in this and a criminal
case that grew out of it, tin over S.100.
It seems a better rule for neighbors to
not be too ready to shut up property
for a small trespass or none at all.
COUNTY COURT NEWS.
Blue Valley Mercantile Co. vs. Neal
Judgment for plaintiff.
Albright vs. Holmes; forcible deten
tion. Continued under bond to May
Cotting vs. Himes. Judgment by de
Kstatc of Margaret Lightfoot. Hear
inb and order on elaiins. No claims
Estate of Richard N. Lewis. Hearing
and order allowing claims: Mont C,
Lewis, SI, 172.03; Marsnall R. Lewis,
S201.3.V, Chester A. Lewis, S73.
Estate of Raehuel K. Lewis. Hear
ing and admission of will to probate.
C. L. Lewis appointed executor.
Georire E Hull to A. T. Walker
1 wd, o2 mvl 8 and lot 10 and
I sel sw I 5-1-10 9,M(!
Laura H Winters to Fred
Turnure, wd. lots 1 and 2 in
I blk 10 Red Cloud and pt blk
8 S. & M. add BOO
Goldie M Robison et al to John
Stabenow, wd, svl sel and
s2nw4 9-1-10 1,800
Lincoln Land Co. to village of
Guide Rock, wd, lot 1, blk 14
Guide Rock : 2
Sarah L. Smith to Bessie .
Mann, wd, pt w2 swl 35-2-11
August Martin to Jacob Goll,
wd,pt lot 28, block 14, Blue
A T Walker to Mary J Hall, wd
e2 nw4 8 and lot 10 s:4 sw4
Norman Ford to Sarah F Kiin
mel. wd, lot 7, blk 2, Spcnce
add to Bladen 1 ll
.1 M Lockhart to W M Weg-
mann, wd, pt 18-4-1 1 i,000
Trustees M. K. church to I. H.
Holmes et al, deed, lot 0, blk
17, Bed Cloud 20O
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O. C. TEEL, Red Cloud, Neb.
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