The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, May 15, 1908, Image 1
St-ito IHslurHi a j, i t .v JESSIE JfflPnnmiOifltaCftaKWPtfiSa'i ZrgXt(XCf&GKXttftXX ft 1 Subscription $l a Year in Advance THE RED GLOID CHIEF Eight Pages All Home Print y t: imWMW2f9R 3apaKra'?-?Jle?e!lBIegw, K. ,('-T H 8M VC V g3t VOLUME XXXY1. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, MAY 15, I M)H. NUMBER JO F mflSnTz &i ,1 . i 0, B )? fc! ss: Fi K b-V y I,' City Ccuncll Procr.cdinis. t a regular adjoin in.it meeting of he city council. Mayor CuMwcll pre itlhi.;. Counciltnen ire.s.nt, Aiuack. Mc rthur and Pulsipher. Communication of I.. II. lilackleilgc In regard to the case of ol instead Vs. CHy was road. Moved and .-econdcil that, case of Ol instead vs. City be appealed to .su premo court. Carried. Moved and voomlod that I. II. l'lackledgo W authoi iz.-d and in structed to earrv case nf ll instead v-. City to the Mipremc court ami that his les beS.'iO. ("a mod. Overcharge of l. II. ttiM mi water rent refunded. S'J. Carried. Application of Dr. Danicrcll and others for extension of water mains to rort part of town laid owr until next meeting. llond of Clareneo Hood as pi ilioojudgo approved. Mayor appointed K. I'. Overman as city attorney and Albert slnby as dav marshal. Following committee appointed by toa7or: Streets and alleys-, Pulsipher and MoArthur: lights. Aniaelc and Mo Arthur; water. I'nlsipher and MoAr thur; supplies. McArthur. Moved aud oarried that Miperiuteud ent of collect all moneys due city itn inediatclv; that if customer do not pay said bills is authorized to shut oil' lights and wator and begin suits for collection. Adjourned till Saturday night. . ase Sail ttfalnt. The kcason will open Monday and 'lucsday, May IS and U. (Same called at 3:30. Everybody come and help our tcara fctart a successful season. - - Bectratka iay PrtJkraB. On Sunday. Mny 21, nil fcoldiers and nailorft of the ciyil and SpauUli-Ameri-can wara and irembcrs of the Woniairts Belief Corps Ave reque3ted to nteet at the G. A. It. hall at 10 o'clock a. m. From this place tney will march to the opera house where union services will bo held. The memorial oormon will be delivered by ISev. ('. A. Wilson. Music will be provided by the ISaptist church choir. On ."Saturday. May :i(), al comrades of the (!. A. 15.. the relief corps, with all soldio f-f the Ameri oan wars, will meet at the U. A. It. hall at 1 o'eloclc p. m. Lino of march oommanded by 1). I.. firoat will form on Webster .street, and tuarch southwest to the cemetery. Do-tail-, will be assigned the post com mander and president the V. K. ('.. to decorate graves of comrades and members of the relief corps. After decorating graves the line ol march will form a hollow square at the monu ment to the unknown dead. There will be held the exorcises of the relief corp assisted by the children and comrade.-, of the O. A. K. licnodiotion. Columns will then march to speaker's ntand where the following program will bo given: Invocation by llev. ( remnn. Muhie by the lied Cloud band. Song by the choir. Recitation, Nita Argabright. Flag drill by the children of the public sohools. Music by the choir. Heading list of dead comrades by V. N. Richardson. Oration, Hon. .ludge Dungan of Hasting. Music by the choir. Ueuedictioii. Itv Order of Committee. Base Ball. Uig ball games Mondaj and Tues day, May H and l'.. Hebron v.s. Red Cloud. Hex's This ? Wo oiler one hundred dull ur reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. J. Oiiknkv & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 1.1 .ear, and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made hy his firm. Wai.dino, Kinnan .v Mai;vj.n, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testi monials sent free. Price 7J cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Pill for constipation. Y1(&$&xl&&?l&mi&'&Wd Deaths and Funerals, I y, W3WW.Y3lWWl5mi9WW.T&$M Mrs. A. N. Walters. Mr. .Valtersof itlue Hill, wife of A. M. Walters, ex-county attorney, aud mother of Mrs. W. C. l-'rahm and Carrol Walters of this city, died Tuesday evening at her homo in lilue Hill of cancer. She was a member of the Presbyterian church. She leau's a husband, two s ms and one daughter to mourn her loss. Mrs. Nellie Rasser. Nellie Robertson was born in Webster county. July '!. lsTs- ami died at her home in Amboy Tuesday night at 11! o'elock. She was married to Kd Rasser, jr., in Abril. I'.iO'J. She is an old settlor of this county. The funeral service will be ootid noted at the M. H. church this Friday afternoon. She loaves a husband. Kd. Rusher Jr.. a father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Robertson of this city; throe brothers. Hugh, Reach and Will Robertson of this city: and throe sisters. Mrs. ('has. Reiglo of this city. Mrs. Will Kicrand .Mrs. l'red Sleeper of Lincoln and other relatives to mourn her loss. Mrs. Sefthla Andersen. Sophia Newhouso was born in Harpka, Prussia, Uermany, Sept. U. I3l'. died at her homo in this city. May l.", l'JOS. Moved with her parents to Hartford, Conn., in lr4. At the age of 10 she was conllrmcd in the Lutheran church of which organization she rcmrined a member until her death In 1&7.1 she came to Red Cloud with her husband who died here Jan. 1. 1SS0. To this union wore born three childreu, two of whom survive her Christian Zeiss of this city aud Mrs. Dora Langhoft'of Hot Springs, Ark. In 1SS5 she was united In marriage to Enmnuel Ander son and moved on a farm near Cowlos where she resided until Mr. Anderson's death in 1900. To this union one child was born Mrs. (irace Morgan of this city. She also leaves two brothers, F. Newhouso of this city and Henry New house of Oakley, Iowa. Mrs. Ander-son was the pioneer li.it.,1 tt-nmmi nf Wi'tOiv oollflt V. SIS- 'sisting her husband in the establish ment of the "Roys Home, now the Holland House. Death result d after a liugering sickness of more than a year from a complication of diseases. The funeral will bo hold from the Con gregational church Sunday afternoon at". o'clock, Rev. Cressman conducting the services. Letter List. List of letters remaining uncalled for at postotHoe at Red Cloud, Nob., for th'j week ending May II, 1iK)S: Otis Hughes, Daisy and Zoo Tyler. These will l' sent to the dead letter otlice May ".'nth 11)08, if uncalled for before. When calling for above please say "advertised."- T. C. llAi'Ktm, Postmaster. jrrXfjysAsJf'frrfArrfjrfff 'vAyvV 'vVsy'vVvV vr" ""Vf'MV GROCERY CONTEST - AT THE Camera Pleasures Last. There's more enjoyment in a camera than in anything oiso you oan got for the same price, and its a pleasure that lasts a long as you live. We handle the Kodakthe one that makes pic ture taking easy. Newhouso Rros. Jeweler1. Special Sale Boy's Knee Pants Suits. Wi per cent discount on Roys Knee pants suits. Odds and ends from last season. All good durable suit. They are bargains. C'ii: K i.i: Cioiii. Co. A CF.KTAIN (THE FOK Al'UISti 1T.ET. shale lino jour hoe Alien" Koot-nnhe. iiuwiler. It tnremlrfil, HchliiK, onlloui. kat Inc. umiIIl'ii 'cut A I hII ilniKKlkts mill slmo mor-k '.!'. Sample KICEE. Atltlret-, Aliens. OlniMcl. UK.N . -- - .11 ST I N- -A now lino of kodaks and supplies fresh paper. Illms and plates at Newhouso Rros. Mr. amUMi's. Will Kizor and sou Ira and lr. and Mrs. l'red Sleeper and son Claud arrived from Lincoln Wednesday night to attend the funeral of Mrs. Rasser. Miss Irene Minor entertained Chap ter Y, P. K. ()., at her homo Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Maud C, Har rison of York, state, president, and Mrs. Myra S rimes- of Rluc Hill, state organizer. Mrs. Harrison and Mrs Crimes came to Red Cloud to complete arrangements for holding the state convention hero in June. About one hundred delegates are expected hero June 17 and 18 whom the local chanter Tepee Theatre $5.oo Worth of Groceries Given Away To the party holding thr; lucky Coupon at the Tepee Theatre Monday, May 25th, at 9 O'Ctock j Contest Starts Monday, 18th. i 3 All persons buying tickets will get a Coupon and all Coupons must be in the house ) the night of the drawing. Try your luck and you may win. Remember McFarlr.-ul furnishes the groceries and they are at the Tepee. S See the Groceries on display Monday 3 ,WW lN rv- r T20- BARGAINS at F. Newhouse's """- s Sale of India Linons. My stock of India Linons is too large and in order to reduce it will sell them AT ONE-THIRD OFF. This is a good chance to get good India Linon cheap. Also have a nice line of stripes and plaids in whites. A nice line of Lawns and Dimities from ioc to iSc yard. Notion Specials for Saturday Only. Good brass pins, full count, 360 in paper, regularly 10c, for Sat. only 5c. Wire hair pins, 4 papers for 5c. Pearl buttons, all sizes, 4c dozen. Misses or ladies gauze vests, 3 for 25c. Safety pins, ioc kind, for 5c. Handbags, 75c and $1 grade, 50c. Muslin Underwear Laces and Embroideries In Muslin I'nderwear have a nice line of Corset Covers at 30c, 45c, 50 and 70c. Muslin Drawers at 25c, 45c and 60c. Clowns at 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25. Skirts at 90c and up to $2.50. Gauze Underwear Ladies' Gauze L'nderwear in all sizes in union suits and separate garments. If you are in need of any gauze un derwear inspect our line before buying as you will be more than satisfied. Embroidery 2 1-2 inches wide at c per yard. Embroidery 4 inches wide at ioc yd. Corset Cover Embroidery at 25c yd. And a large line of Swisses and All Overs. Laces in endless widths and prices. Look our line over before buying. Umbrellas and Parasols A good serviceable umbrella for chil dren at 50c. Hla. k Cravnette covered umbrella, 26-in. flounce at .$1.00, will not turn rusty. Better grades than the above at $1.25, 1.50, up to 2.75. Col ored silk parasols with fancy borders at $2.50. Belts. All shades, in leather, at 50c. In black silk have all shapes and styles from 25c to 50c in sizes from 22 inches to 45. Prints Gloves. Silk and Lisle Gloves in black and tans, 2-button clasps, nothing better for wear and retain their shane and color at 50c. 1 2-button length in black, white and grey, silk and lisle at $1.50. 1 16-button length in black, white and navy blue in silk at $1.75. Chamois i skin gloves in 16-button length at $2.50 A new and well selected line of Prints and Percales: Prints at 7c per yard. Percales at 10 and 12-ic per yard. Ginghams at 8;',c, ioc and i2-Ac yd. Madras at iSc per yard. V V'U " A This month's ) Butterick Patterns i 10 and 15C none higher. WWV'WWW"a,','VAAA'','a'WA At F. NEWHOUSE'S i I! I will endeavor to entertain.