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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1909)
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VOLUME XX XV II.
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JANUARY 1, 190!).
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j Happy New Year
Cash Jewelers and Optometrists (
C. B. &: Q. Watch Inspectors
Arrested at Mliden Nr.br.
Mlndcn.Ncb. Doc. 23' (special Tele
gram,) Three men have been m rested
in Mldcu iiihI aio lielng closely qucs
tinned In respect to their whereabout-!
on thought if therobii ry of tlio I'm in
et'sa (1 Meichants Until; at IlatUvell,
and the stuto bank at Keeue and the
Cercseo l'.niil. These men who have
been hanging about Mttiden for two
or tin ee months, have made numerous
trips in the vicinity in a manner that
attracted attention and caused the
' local ollleers to detain them. Two, Otis
Leggotund Albert 11. Cut r, who aio
biothcrs-in-luw, live at Hod Cloud.
Tlie third gives bis name as Claude
tiloyd. Omaha llee.
i The two you g mun, Otis Loggct
and DertCarr, referred t In thoabovo
dispatch to the Omaha Bee, are well
known in this city, and tholr leputu
I tiou is such that It wilt be hard to con-
Ivlncu tholr friends that thev iiromilltv
of the crime of bank robbery without
better evidence than the fact of their
having made "numerous trips" co-iucl-
A JEW YEAR'S RESOIiUTIOfl
RESOLVED, That for the next four weeks
I will make a desperate and determined effort to
IN -THE GREAT
RACE FOR THE CHIEF'S $500.00 PRIZE PIANO!
dent with the robberies. In fact wo
have it upon good authority that the
county attorney has no vldonoo uufll-
clont to hold them and they will very
probably be released to day(Thursdny)
Notice to Creditors.
6tatk ok Nr.ttiiAsK.v 1 In The County
the estate of
Mr. Veroiiie.t llolcomb and Mathilda
Saladin, spent Xmn.s with their mother,
Mrs. Edward Kasser.
f Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ltlrchlleld spent
j Sunday with her parents.Mr. and Mrs.
Ml.ssc.sLoonaaud Knmm Kussor spent
Saturday and .Sunday with Mrs. Charles
Frey and Miss Minnie Ohnistcde.
Ohicaffo, Dec. 30. At the December The entertainment at the Ambov
incetlng of the executive connell of the school house, on Christmas cvo, was
Modem Woodmen society, hold at the j well uttended It consisted of nn ex-
FREE TO WOODPN
Loiic Decides N)t to Uharie Victims of
White Plaftue for Treatwtnt.
hoidquartersin Itock Island, III., it was
decided to conduct that soototyVi Haul
tarium at Colorado Spring, Oolb., free
tohurgeforall members afflicted with
Tho soolety several mouths Hlnco ac
quired 1,380 act es within soren miles of
Odorado Springs and has established
thereon nn up-to-date sanitarium, the
tent eolony'plan beliiK employed The
Hist cototiy plant will bo roady for tho
reception of payouts Jan. 1, IOC), and
is equipped to care for sixty, to which
iiumbor Mlmlsslons must be limited for
Dr. J. M. Wliito, tho medical director
in I'uu'tft). states tlmt only thoso con
h i nptivo membjra who are curftblcor
i s live tuny to proWnjred fr a con-
t It mUlo lCllgUi
cellcnt program and a (lno tree, with
Verno Kmiclc i& the ow.icr of a fine
grapboue, with r latge nutnbor of well
Beleoted records. He entertained a
party of friends recently who speak
highly of the music.
1m the matter of
William C. Kamiusky, Doceiibed.
Notici: is hereby given to a l per
sons having claims and demands
against William C. Kaminsky, late of
Webster county, dceeu'ed, that the
time fixed for filing claims against said
estate is six mouths from the 1st day
of Janui ry lOOfl.
All such persons are icnjiiicdto
pi esenL their claims, with the vouchers,
to the ( ounty Judge of said county, at
hlsollicc thuiciu, on or befoio the 1st
day of July 11)00; andall claiinsso Hied
will be hem d befoie the said judge on
the 2nd day of July lOo'.i, at 1 o'clock
p. m.; and that the administratrix is
allowo I one year from th'i Hist day of
DiTiubi r luiw, in which to piy llio
debts iiliownl ngniiist Mii I est'ite and
sottli the same.
I. W.. Kiisov,
hini, Cifiuly J'idgo.
Itings Little Llvec Pills p'vvcut.blll
i Misiii's-. sK' beidache and Ut'cp you
wi'll. I) i not gtipu V pill in time
that will save nine. IVh-o 25c.
Sold by Henry CooU.
Mr. II. h Holconib and his sister
.Mrs. Mary Arucson, visited with re-, lVr.sonal o.perleuee with a tube of
laties in Walnut Creek on Xnius day ManZiin Pile Uyino-ly will convlnoo
Mr loaac Hummel a plouecr lcsident you it is immediate te'ief for a.l foims
of this county, is very low with heart j of piles. Can lie applied dlieutly to
troublo, at the homo of his daughter, ' the affected parts, reducing Inflammu
Mrs. Sadie Iloldredge, of Inavalo. j tion swelling and itching Guaranteed
It Is reDortedthat acoodmanv st.k vtlva S.V. M.l.l uy Henry wtioic
f time will 'i' ad-
M. I!. Ilollsebiisch sholled corn this
1 lie Amboy bridge is visited ijuito
Tlie school children of Amboy arc
enj '.viug their two woelci vacation.
Mr, llotllob llnssor and family spent
(Jurist mas with Ins brothor Cliarie".
Mr, and Mrs. II. C. Harris visited at
tho homo of C. JT. Frl.sbie, Chi 1st mas.
Mr. IlertKaley, of Hed Cloud, look
dinner with D. II. Kaloj, Ohristmns.
Mis, John Km ink spoilt Chi Ulmasat
the homo of her daughter, Mrs, K.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Krisbi.- spit Christ
wi.as with h P. Albright ntnl family. In
Mi.so. Lviu,' I i"Hauu Dolll.'ltuss' t ,
Closed the St ii Key Uimi rlvr bi u'g.,
Tom Jones is hauling olf his largo
Harvey Farinhaiu has just bought a
line new buggy.
John Sutton will soon ship his fat.
cattle to Kansas City. '
Mr. and Mis Arnesou eutortujnol
relatives i n Christum day.
M; Clnilts Diekersou, of Juavulo
s'nrtod for l.lucolu Tuesday morning
Ilev. Mahl.iti Points shipped a car
load of white liog to Kansas city ic
eetitly. Mr. Sidney True, af tlie Inavalo
bank, went to Auburn, Nebr., Tuesday
It is reported that H. (J. Sawyei, of
Inavalu, has blown himself for a
ohug wagon. '
Tho corn crop is so large here that
there is some who have not ilnishod
Miss Kster Noble is visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klser, of Hod Cloud,
Orrin Whitely, of Nelson, Ncbr.,J
camu in Satiit(ny to visit li'iuno folks
on Walnut Creok.
Vaniio' McCall, of Wulubt ('reek,
hhclled about two thniuuind w hul of
J com Mm day uiid Tuesday,
Mr U i'Ur 1. - , I,, ic
e ivci i I f' in i . i ii 1" -, ;, if j viis
vKitinj.' it In i - hi i , urt Xniii.
men in this locality aro losing cattle
by corn stock poisoning, also some
hogn uro dying, either of . cholera or
Farmers' Imtltite at CowUi, Refer..
FIIIDAT AFTEUNOON 6KSSION..
1:30 'Trofltabto Tillage of Soli"--Mr.
C. C. Marshall, Lincoln, Nebr.
2:30 "Tho Draft Horse for Farm and
Marltof'-Mr. II. IVKingsley, Has-
.'1:30 "Ho so Judgiig,' Demonstration,
- Mr. hingsloy.
7::i() "Kiult for tho Homo" Mr. c (!.'
7.30 "Light llirness Ilorto mil lis
Uo" Mr. Kingstey.
SATI'K1U tn nsoo skrsion.
ll.lO "Homn ('OIIVC loiK'UbUtSlUIll' Ix-
pt use- .Mfs I.nl i H, Wolford. IVw
nee City. Nebr
'i;'M) Adulterated Seeds or 1'ic'd and
Caidon Crops"- Mr. R II. Illllman.
Pure Seed Ibnvau -Demonstration
ill Seed Testnig, U. S. Dept. of Ag
liculluic, Washington, D. C.
7:.V0 "Tlie Lure of tho Town" -.Miss
Lulu S. tt olford.
9:110 "Insect Hueiniesof Klnbl aiuKSar-
.These meetings uro hold under the
auspices of tho University of Nebraska
and tbo Cowlcs Farmers' Institute
Association, and freo to all.
K. !. ICocuey, I'ros., C.1C. Putnam, fee.
We follow England very closely.
Wo speak of "lifts" as an Englishman
does, and not of "elevators," as the
American, but we have "paddocks" In
ataad of "fields," and "creeks" Instead
fef "streams," and "scrubs" Initead of
"woods," and "pannikins" and. "Quart
pots" and "billy tea" at picnics and
all aorta of lovely Australian things,
which make one perfectly homesick
to think about. All the same, I am
never homesick for the crudo Aus
tralian accent. Tho British Australian.
"It's a pity that the band's tour Is a
failure, but don't be too much oast
down. Come, face tho music."
"How can I, when I'm backing It?"
Woods Liver Medicine in Jjquid
form rogulatos ltic-llvei iclleves sick
headache constipation stomach, kidney
disorders and acts iisagontle liiMitlve. '
It Is particnlary rTeoinmcnde 1 for
Jaundice chills, levtraud malaiia
Its tonic eiVeits mi th entlic sj t .u
1( fl'P W til tt ills . H I'll '''Hi
ho tli c ii' i u.2 I t'.ii i mi d .i
.in I lis I '( I i l '
t ) i h d I 1 IK 1113 Cook,
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THIS FINE CHICKERING BROS. PIANO Will be
given away to the lady or girl who has the most votes to her
credit when the final count is made.
The Contest closes Wednesday, February 3, 1909, at 4
o'clock P. M.
after which date no votes will be received.
Votes will be received at The Chief office until, and in
cludingWednesday, January ao, 1909.
The standing of the contestants at the close of busine
on January 20. will be published in the issue of The Chief of
Friday, January 22, and will not be revised again until the
final count is-made by the judges.
All votes after Janua-y 20, must be deposited in the Hal
lot Box which will be at the STATE BANK in the custody
of the Judges, and tio announcement of same shall be made
until after the polls elbse at . p. m , Wednesday, February 3.
The lady having the most votes shall be declared the
winner of the first prize, the $500 Piano.
In case of a tie, the award 'will be made jointly to the
winning contestants, as but one prize of each grade will be
The other prizes shall be awarded as previously an-'
Any contestant having. s "many as. 25,000 votes at the
I'lose of the contest, and who fails to win a prize, may have
the privilege of purchasing for cash, a duplicate of the prize
piano at the same special advertising price at which it was
sold to The Chili-.
RFMFMBFR TWI CONTEST CLOSES
JANUARY 20, AT THE CHIEF OFFICE:
FEBRUARY 3, AT THE STATE BANK at j., p.m.
The winner will be announced in The Chief of February
, Notes of the Contest:
It is a case of "Work and Win."
All hail to the CHIEF.Jwhose "chief" is HALE!
$1.00 on subscription entitles you to THREE HUN
It means much to be at the "Head of the List." of Jan., 20
Miss Frankie Ward will get the "a-ward" if she can hold
her present lead.
Back subscriptions count. Get a list ofj subscribers at
The Chief office with authority to act as collector.
In this election the Ladies vote, and they vote as often
as they can deposit a dollar on subscription.
War in "Weesner" being in it
Would be Ruthless to begin it;
Ruth was "Warren" when we started
And the two should not be parted.
Only ftvc weeks more and you will own a beautiful piano
of the hi 'best grade if you work hard enough. There is no
such thing as "luck" in this contest: "Work andVin"!
Following are the names of the contestants tpul their
standing this week: r , ; .
M Lss Frankie Ward, Red Cloud '.' . . ... .... iftfeo
Mrs. Miles Doyle, Red Cloud tw asfttfo
Miss Ruth Warren, c() Cloud .v.'. . .l.;:. 18,806
Miss Vera Crabill, Red Cloud . ; .; i.J5i5QO
Miss Bernice Potter, Red Cloud '.....! 12,850
Miss Mary Francis, Cowles : v .. .J. . . ..10,300
Miss Edna Watt, Guide Rock .".' 11 ,350
Remember that with every dollar paid on subscription
you are entitled to 300 votes in the contest. If you wish
anyone entered in the contest just send in their name. Vot
ing and subscription blanks will be furnished anyone making
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