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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1909)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
A Newspaper That filvcs The News Fifty-two Weeks Each Year For One Dollar.
VOLUME XXXV El.
ED'CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JAXUAltY 22, l0!.
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NEWHOUSE BROTHERS I
Cash Jewelers and Optometrists
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspectors
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Tho Baptist market will be held
Saturday, January HOlli, at the post
Mrs. Goorgo Ilugan serves tea for
tlio Christian Aid society Friday after
noon of this week.
A. Sides and family started Wednes
day for Excellsior Springs, where Mr.
Sides intends to take- treatment.
), U Hurr's daughter, Mrs. Watson
has returned to lior home in Illinois
after a pleasant visit hero.
Mi"-. Albert Horn will serve tlio
Methodist coiVeo at her home Thurs
day afternoon, .January ','8th'. All are
About uftoen men were at work put
tlnir un tho summer's supply of Ice
the foro part of tlie week .It was of
Irs. Evans of Red Cloud and hor
daughter's, Mrs. Erway of Denver and
Mrt. Thomas of Cowles wero visiting
Gnide Hoek relatives, Mrs. .1. W.
Robinson ami fumily this week.
The last news from Mrs. Anna Vot
ten, formerly Anna Oberheida, who
resides in Denver, is that she is now
able to sit up Eomo though not yet out
of danger. Sho cut one linger fdightly
and blood poison set in. She wus
taken to a hospital and tho linger was
amputated. Her any friends hore
arc hoping for her speedy leeovery.
Uirr hitter. Mrs. Adelia Uouder is with
Mr- Hllzaboth Norrls who died
Ve.l.."Sihy night at tho home of hor.
hon Noah Peters was burled Saturday
in the liable Koolf coinoiory. xne iun
oral ws eondueled by Kev (J W. Po I
ut tho M. 1 I'hureh ui one o'clock, lie !
doiu'icdu line sermon from second
...t..ii.tf.iih 1:17. The text, singers,'
illbia ( i-N ministor, liymns ""'l ll
& s-lecttHl by the decerned The
. Lenrer weic: Mesdaiues Coopor.
fiSrii r:iy. l)U'lerM,n l-amerand
CAMPBELL CHURCH DESTR01ED.
I'lio singers were Misse-
I n . V a mv an.l Olive nieUerwin. Mr,
i. p litleldamlMis. 1'. W. ltohiud
(ieo. ""'"l.'.'ii.j,.,,.! ,,,,,1 .inl.ii Yum
ft deceased was a faithful member
) l u Moth dist church. She had
of tnu ;W. .", .i .,,, of sj veais
The Building Costs About TwclvcThous
OAMPIIKLL, Nebr., Jan 18 The
large Catholis church at this place, to
gether with tlio two-story rcsldeueo ud
joining, oo upied by Fathers SIrois
nnd Kudlbert, were totally destroyed
by llro early Monday morning. Tho
lire was discovered in tho church at
1:10 and the department immediately
responded to the call, but the Humes
had gained such headway Unit nothing
fiom either church or house could be
saved. A strong wind was blowing
from tho so ith, and as the church is
situated on the hill south of the busi
ness part of town, the Hying sparks
and embers that were carried, a dis
tance of four blocks,serlously menaced
a gt cut por ion of tho town. Tlio church
is of brick, valued at ll'.'.OOO, wllhS7,000
insurance, Mitie tlio residence was
framo valued tt $1,500 with SGOO Insur
ance. Tho altar llrst caught lire and
It is supposod a candlo hud fallen and
start d the blaze. The church will be
rebuilt as tho parish is a large one.
Real Estate Transfers.
Transfers reported by tho Fort Ab
stract Uo. for the week ending Wed
nesday, .Inn. 10, 100'.).
Oscar C Tecl referee to.larvis J.
Postlcwaite, no 2i)-:M, rof deed 7810
Elizabeth Norris to Kuiuuuoluud
Noah Peters, lots 1, fl, 0, 111k. (5
Vances add to Guide Hock, wd 7C0
Wilhelm Dusking to Joe Strides-
ky, part s'J nw '.' !!, wd :i,Y7fi
Abram Kuloy to I'. II. Doner, lot
J,B. (I, IJ1U.0, LeDiic's add to
lied Cloud, wd '.'000
licillm Uepler to Joe Stretosky,
s'J no 'J. I'll, wd ., 3'JOO
P. II. Don- r to llulduh V. Saylor
lot I, pt r, Dl'..(!, LeDues add
lied Cloud, wd 5C0
Geo. W. Dow oxo to Miuhtiol
Finkeublnder, swl nwl .'! and
el! no l-l-ll, E. I) 1
Ell Inzer's Sale Dates
Monday, Jan, 23, C. V. l'anzor, 11
miles north of Red Cloud.
Tnosday, Jan. 20, Jim Duckies, 12
miles northwest of lied Cloud.
Wedno'day, Jan. 27, It. Dargman, t
miles southwest of Guide Ilock.
Thursday, Jan. 28, Potor Hansen, 10
miles northwost of lied Cloud.
Friday, Jan. 29, Jn . I). Ohmsted, .1
miles south of Guide Hock
Monday, Fob. 1, L. W. Stpiiroi, 1
milo east of Cowles.
Wednesday, Feb. II, .Ino. Ileal, .1
miles northwost of Cowles.
Thursday, Fcbr I, Miko Ivolor, 1
milo west and 1 north of fwles.
Saturday, Fob. 0, (luido Ilock.
Thursday, Feb. 11, Frauk Cobb, 1
milo east y, south of Guide Ilock.
Monday, Feb. 15, II .1. Muurcr
miles north of Red Cloud.
Tuesday, Febr. 1G, John Motter 0
miles southwest of Red Cloud
Wednesday, Fob. 17, Ed. Crary, 1
mi'o north of Guide Ilock.
Tuesday, Fob. 2, J. (J. Polfus, 1
mile north of Guide Rock.
To Whom It May, Concern.
The Coinmlmioiior appointed to lo
calu n public ro;i 1 commencing at the
Norlh-l'hihteornerof section 10 in town
ship 1, range l'J, in Wobitor County.
Nebraska, running thuuoo west on the
section line between sections IS and 10 ,
in said township and range, and ter
minating at tlio Franklin County'
boundary line, has reported in favor
of the establishment thereof, nil object- j
ions thereto and claims for damage i
must be filed in tho olliee of the Conn
ty Clerk of said county on or before
noon.of tho Kith day of March, I'.iO'.i. or
sucli road will be estalished without
Dated January 1000.
E. W. Ross.
si:ai. County Clerk
Farm For Sale.
A Jewell county farm especially
adopted to dalrjing, hog and otlier
stock raising, of H5u acres loo a in
i pasture, most of which could be broke
up, ..". it, in c Hivntiou. No rock or
thin soil, plenty of timber and fruit for
homo use, :i. acres fenced hog tight, III)
ueros of alfalfa. Two never falling
wells with windmills, 'j hog housos.
Good barn 'JSx 10, mow for l'J ton of
buy, house 2lx"il, chicken liouso SxliS.
granary, cob house etc. Cement cave
through which water inns from one of
tho wells. I am going to Idaho and
offer to sell at S.IOOt), liberal terms. If
interested waste no tiino as this is a
bargain. Six miles southwest of Dost
wick, 10 miles southwest of Superior.
A. CohNKM., 11. F. I). '.', Durr Oak,
FOR AGED PEOPLE.
Old Folks Should be Careful In Their
Selection oT Regulative Medicine.
Willi advaticod ago comes inactivo
boA-ol ui ivomont and sluggish liver.
Naturo is unablo to perform her pro
por functions and. requires assistance.
Otherwise, thoro i constant suffering
from constipation and its attendant
evils. Old folks should never use phy
sic (hat is bin sli and irritating.
Wo have a safe, dependable and alto
gether ideal remedy that is partic
ularly ndnpted to tho requirements of
ugod people and poisons of woak con
stituti us who uff)r from constipation
or other bowel disorder. Wo uro so
certain that it will euro theso ,oni
plaints and give absolute satisfaction
in ovi ry particular that wo offer them
with our personal guar tntoo that they
shall cost tho user nothing if they fail
t substiintiato our cla ms This rem
edy is culled Uexall Orderlies.
Iloxall Orderlies have a soothing,
heuling, sticugthening, tonic and regu
lative action upon the dry, relnx mus
cular coat of tho b wol. Thoyprndiico
a natural, su-cVssivo contraction and
reluxutlo - of tho muscular lihics of
tho bowel walls, gonoratlng a wave
like mot i n which forco- their contents
onward and outwml; thus simula lug
naturo in perfect bowel niovenionts.
Thoy also luuiuvo nil irritation, dryness,
boronesy and weiiku- ss, Thoy tone un
and strengthen tlio nerves andmubcles
and restore tho bowels ami associate
organs to more vigorous and healthy
aetiilty. Thoy may bo tnkon at any
time w tliout inconveniences, do not
cause any griping, nausea, diarrhea,
excessive looseness, ilatuloncc or other
disagreeable effect. Try Rexull Order
lies on o .r guarantee. .10 tnblets aflc.
und VI tnblots 10c. II. E. Grlco. Dnur
Co. Red Cloud, Nebr.
TWO WEEKS MORE DURING
WHICH TIME ALL VOTES
FOR CONTESTANTS MUST
BE DEPOSITED AT THE
This wucks standing of tho Contestants:
Miss Frankic Ward, Red Cloud tf2,t50"
Mrs. Miles Doyle, Red Cloud ; 27,:25o.'
Miss Ruth Warren, Red Cloud , is'soo"'
Miss Vera Crahill, Red Cloud 15,500
Miss Bern ice Potter, Red Cloud 12,850
Miss Mary Francis, Cowles 1 1,500-
Miss Fdna Watt, Guide Rock ",350
TMFSBFC1AL PRIZE OFFFRFD LAST WEEK
FOR THE LARGEST GAIN HAS BEEN AWARDED
TO Miss Frankie Ward.
If she will call at the office of the CHIEF, she can enter
a years subscription for any one she desires, and will be given
the 300 voles which she can deposit in the BANK to be
added to her list. The STANDING OF THE CONTEST
ANTS as it appears to day will not be revised untirthc final
count after all the votes arc cast, which must be done by 4
p. in. on February 3, at the STATE BANK,
It would seem very unfortunate if by a lack of effort
during the last two weeks you were to fall short of just the
few votes necessary to WIN THE $500 PIANO GET
EVERY VOTE YOU POSSIBLY CAN, and then' if you
should not win you will feel better to know you tried. "NOT
FAILURE BUT LOW AIM IS CRIME." AIM for the
highest prize and WORK HARD FOR TWO WEEKS.
The SECOND and THIRD prizes are valuable and will pay
you well for the time expended if you fail to get FIRST.
Another feature of the contest which you should keep in
mind is the fact that if you get as many as 25,000 votes and
DO NOT WIN A PRIZE, the CHIEF guarantees to you
the privilege of PURCHASING A PIANO JUST LIKE
THE PRIZE CHICKERING BROS, at thcame special
advertising price at which it was sold to the CHIEF. Thic
is worth working for if you wish to BUY a piano, as the
price is tne lowest at winch they may be sold A copy of the
contract for this piano will be shown any contestant who is
ENTITLED TO THIS PRICE, after the contest is over.
TWO WEEKS MORE
Collect back subscriptions, subscriptions .1 fiw w.irc Jn
advance or new subscriptions, as every dollar on any kind of
subscription counts 3OO votes. Get blanks at the CHIEF
YOURS FOR A BEAUTIFUL PIANO!
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
USX in this vuclnity, Bmunu.
Noah Vetera and .Joseph l'ot
S 1780 00
Mortgages Hied, i'JIOO.oO
Mortgages released WI'W.M,
Subscribe For Tho ClltlT 51 00
Notice to Creditors. ,
Stati: or NimiusK.v ) In The County
Vi:iiSTi: Cor.vrv. Court.
In the mailer of the estnte of
William C. Kauilnsky, Deceased.
Nona: is hereby given to all per
sons having claims and demands
against William C. Kamlnsky, lato of
Wobstor county, deceased, that the
time fitod for filing claims against said
estate is six mouths from tlio 1st day
of January 190!).
All such persoiib are required to
present their claims, with the vouchers,
to the County Judge of said county, at
htsotlice therein, on or before the 1st
day of July 100!); and all claims so tiled
will bo heard before the said judge on
the 2nd day of July lOO'J, at 1 o'elock
p. in.; and that the administratrix is
allowo 1 one year from tho Hist day of
Decomber lims, in which to pay tho
debts allowed against said estate und
scttlo tho same. "
T. W. KnicKf,
(m:ai.) County Judge.
Rings Little Mvorl'llls prevent hill-
ioilSncsS. sick headachu nnd inn vein
well. Do not gripe A pill in time
that will save nine. Price 2!5c.
Sold by Henry Cook.
I he xough of
.Vc.r decter will tell you that
troli nir and Rood food cr;
Me rcnl cures for c "vcxnI- -
iJur eft. a t!i c-" ;h i.. . .
;lu.r3. ' ! . ..'j : " . i . .
Pectoral. It op
liiuj, quiets t'ii t j .'i.
ri??rS 'v: ''' v
w " ' , , ,,,
One of Aycr's Pills atbeiitir.i
un iicreased flow of bile, and P- 'tve ..
geutli laxative rfftt the Uy folt'..rin.
rormula on i -.h ox. S'mwiiM yr
docioi. He v id understand at a rl-nc..
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uuac, iiuc Mil i ucuiiiui;. 1
MidabjrtUe J. C. AycrCo ,I.owol'' - , j
To fill your wants in what ever you may want in
the grocery line..
We are getting a nice New line of Evaporated
Fruits, this years crop. They are fine, the flavor
rich, just opened a keg of Heinz Celebrated sweet
pickles, "Ask to try cm" We are also head quarters
for Snyders Pork and Beans. Snydcrs catsupject.
And Falger's Golden gate Coffee, t Teas and
Our Best Brand of Canod goods. Call for Tho White
licll Phono v
Rural Phone 63
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Prtrni Loan Wanted To Whon It Hay Concern.
ihe I.O. O. 1 has ubo.it 51.100 to An ".V "'ifo, Minn Hoard, has left my
Loan on first nnrtgageoiiueal mate. 1 1,0,,u"ll,b0,ml ' vviU ot "tuml re-
Q. W. HutahUou trustee. ZT "'"r Slcd Uy
uul Geo. W. Deauu.
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