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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1909)
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VOLUME XXXVI J.
iMDD CLOUD, MUHKASlvA,
,11'LY 15. 1 50SI.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
B. F. Mizer C. J. Pope
. Wm. M. Crabill Wm. H. Thomas
S. R. Florance.
At Their Best
From Which f
at our showing of Summery Fabrics, Fur
nishings and Apparel and you will take
great pleasure in making whatever selec
tions that are necessary to make your list
of summer things complete.
We are endeavoring to provide sensibly
for hot weather requirements, and a con
sideration of the selections advanced will
readily show the marked attention given
to the wants of our people as we inter
CflThen, too, there are specials that demands
attention. A visit to our Store will be of
JOur Grocery Stock is also New, Complete
The Miner Bros. Co. (Inc)
H. A. LETSON. Mgr.
Report of Base Ball Association
Red Cloud, July 10, lOoO,
Prom Lome games
Prom games ubroad....
From subscriptions.... ..
From mis'ol sources....
..8 1 1127.25
. . . 37(1.30
KlIUl'MATlHM Critl.l) IN A DAY.
Dr. Dotcodiou's Relief for Rhoumutlsm
mid Neuralgia radically cured in 1 to
3 days. 1 1 action .ipon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at oneo the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The dis
close greatly beuollts 7or, and 81. llrst
Hold ny The II K. tlrice Drug Co..
Red Cloud. Nobr.
iisih'iim:me.vi jf you j,UVo l)lvj11B lu tfl0 buoU( woak
For supplies S 157. U3 i back, or any otlior indication of a
For grounds (!9.l0 j woakoned or disordered condition of
For board and transportation :i02.10 i H,0.?,,,lm'i7i.,).1' ,,,uulc' J'"" should get
For iirh.Llmr and advertising. OS 70 ! iV.11.8... ? .' nh"u l'.1!1
For visiting teams r.0(i. 10
For salaries WS.OO
For postage, etc
ISalnnuo on hand.
Sal.ules due on l5lh 8382.30.
O. C. Teel. Secretary.
rluht away when you e.vperlouco the
least sign oi Kidney or liladuur com
plaint!, but be sure that you get Du
Witfs Kidney and Uladder Pills. We
know what tlity will do lor you. and
if you will send your name to H. U. Do
Witt A Co . Chicago, vou vU. receive
fu' trial box of thei-o kidney and bind-, f,
der pills. Thoyiiro sold here by all ' Lho fom
Krucst Junes went down to St. .loo
early this week.
Miss llertrudo Lambert was on the
sick list this week
Miss Cunie Mason has been staying
with Mrs. M. Lovitt.
Mrs. F.d. Parker had sweet corn from
her garden Tuesday.
The Misses Ilella and Hda Vung aro
spending their vacation in Colorado.
Mrs. K. E. Murphy of Wauueta is
hero with her two fcons visiting relati
ves. Mrs. U. II. Crow was laid up several
days as the result of stepping on a
Mrs. Win. Sawyer has been quite ill
for a couple of weeks but is now bet
Little Pearl .Smith visited her grand
parent". I X. Smith and wife last
Tlie M. 13 Aid society will not serve
their usual "oolVoo" during .Inly and
Mr. an! Mm. Lco'Simpaoii have min
ed in with .). W liobinson, father of
.Mrs A. .1. Tolder formerly .Miss
Clin a Snjder is repotted very ill at
.Mr. and Mrs. I). dunes andson Frnest
spent Sunday in Red Cloud wlthUeorge
Morharl and family
The drill team of the Degree of
Honor initiated Mr. and Mis. llob't
Jewell Tuesday evening.
The Baptist ladies are taking a va
cation from .society work and markets
during the warm weather.
Mrs Idella Watt will spend the first
two weeks in August with her sister-In-
law Mrs. Grant Miller at Dresden,
S. Richardson's new brick store
building is completed and 13. T. Merrl
nian has opened up a stock of grocer
ies etc. therein.
Some members of the Fastern Star
lodge surprised the others Monday
evening by serving cake and sherbet
at the close of the session.
Mrs. Hales, the wife of the dentist.'
is home from the Methodist Hospital
at Omaha where she went several
weeks ago for treatment.
Mrs. Vina McCalliim is here visiting
old friends. While J. J. Cassoll and
wife take a trip through Colorado.
Mrs. McCalliim will stay with their
Tho Christian Aid society has chang
ed its plan and uow have two sections
A uud 13 which will servo supper alter
nately each month mid the price will
bo fifteen cents.
Rev. X. A. Martin, superintendent
of the Hastings district prcachod at
the M. E. church Sunday morning and
hold communion service. Ho went to
Bostwick for tho evoning service.
Dr. II. S. Reod recently returned
from Iowa whore ho was called by tho
illness of his father. Monday tho doc
tor and wife wore suminond back by
the death of the older Mr. Reed.
S. li. Newmeyor has been here visit
ing his wife, his sou Frank and daugh
ter Mr9. 13. B. Crary. He returned to
his work nt Wallace Monday evoning.
He publishes a news paper thero and
nt Well Hoot.
Miss Minnie Ohmstedo is learning
the work at the central olllce of tho
Guido Rock Telephone Co. She will
take tho plncc of Miss Austlo Stafford
who goes to her homo in Indiana about
the llrst of August.
Mrs. II. 13. Rich Intends going to
llnmpton, Oklahoma no.st week to visit
her daughter Mrs. I. II. Hampton.
Later sho will go to Bridgor. Montana
where her othr daughtor Mrs. 13. S
Sheppaid and her son J. F. Rich aio
Miss Ivatherluo Roche of Wood Rlvor
an ived Monday to visit Miss MnlUsii
Lambert. MUs Lulu Pasco of Auburn
and Miss Gertrude Lamb of Oilier will
bo hero before tho eloio of the week.
girl taught in the Dllkr
schools last year. Miss Olive Ballard
of Miller has been asked t c.miiu up
While driving a team attached to a
hay sweep lu his alfalta Held Tuesday
morning 13. C. Christie was very ser
iously hurt. lie was unconscious
when other mon at work In the Held
reached him. lie was carried to tho
house and Dr. Pace and Dr. Moranvllle
summoned. At this writing it is not
possible to toll just how much lie Is
Mr. 13. 13. Burr is enjoying a visit
from his sister Miss Susan Burr of
Xew Haven, Cotinetlcut and from his
daughter Miss Lulu Burr of Pueblo,
Colo., who Is on her way to visit other
relatives at La llarpe, 111. She has
been in Pueblo for two yeais She is
a stenographer. Another daughter
Miss Bessie Burr lias been tlsltiug her
father here for some lime
CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF UP-TO-DATE
Furniture, Carpets Sewing Ma
chines Lace Curtains Pianos,
Organs Pictures and Sheet Music.
.School Board Prccccrilnfts.
duly i',t!i, mi.!)
li'iai'il met pursuant foadjouMiiueut
.Member present 13. J. Oveiing. 1'. P.
Xcwhouse, F. W. Sludebalier, L. L.
Boron. S Beckv.ith and V. B. I iillmi.
Minutes of previous meetings read
Secretary Hied annual report as fol
lows: Ri.( i:ii'TH.
B:il. on hand '2nd Monday duly l!i:iH
Ree. from County Treasurer... U'.oo.OO
" " Sale Bunds '-'M 1)0.00
" Tuition from uon res.
pupils..'. 81 1.7 r,
Bee. from local fines I.VJ0.00
" " Xormiil training fund JJ.'iH.Ou
" ' Rebate S.3'.i
JWe are always thankful for any share of
your patronage and good will. ::::::
Licensed Embalmars and Undertakers.
" Building, house and site
" for repairs
" " Fuel
" " Janitor and rout
" " Books and supplies. . ,
" " Furniture
" " Olllcers salnry
Amount In District Treasury
. r.i.-. to
Run Ci.oi-ii, Nkii., July 0, 'OS).
To tho School Board of District Xo. 2.
I hurewitli submit the following ro
port of money received and disburse
ments from July 0, "1)8 to July is, '0'.).
J. O Butler Treasurer.
July (5, 'OH to balaiico 8 15:13.03
Itec'd fiom L. II. Fort state
Rco'd from W. C. Frahm MJOO.UH
Transferred from School Bond
Roc'd from L. H. Fort tuition. fi23.25
" ' L. II. Fort rebate.. 8.31)
" " V. B. Fultou tuition 2ai,50
"" " John Poluicky GoO.OO
" Doylo & Bu8heo.... S00 00
" Win. Upright CoO.OO
" C. Reod 20.00
America's Greatest 25c Shews
WILL BE AT RED CLOUD
Thirsdy, Jkily 22, '09
The Show Consists of Higl Class Vaudeville, Acrobats,
Wire Walkers, Black Faces, Irish Sonj and Dance Artists,
First Class Trapeze Performers, Fine Collection of Trained
Animals, Mrst Class Musical Specialties. The best Jugglers
in America, and a troupe of the best trained drill Shetland
Fonies in the World, including riding dog and ponies, etc..
that do tricks of all kinds and descriptions to please every
body. Also LITTLE CUPID THE.EDUCATED SHET
LAND PONY OR THE PONY WITH THE HUMAN
BRAIN. The only spotted Shetland pony Cupid on earth.
Little Cupid is the Eighth wonder of the World He does
more work in less time, with more ease and grace than any
other living pony. He will Add, Subtiact, Multiply, Spell
Words, Pick out Colors, Count Your Money, and tell the
time of day to the minute by any watch and docs do this
work at each and every performance with the Honest Bill
Show. FREE EXHIBITION outside of tent before each
performance. HONEST BILLS, Managers.
On motion tho following bills wero
allowed uud warrants ordored drawn
on General fund.
J. O. Butlor. frolght, postage, &o (In
1903 report) 10.i!0
R. D. Morltz postage 75
Argus, printing 9 If'
V. IS. Fulton, taking concus,
postage, phono -tJ.3.'i
F. Js'cwhouso, supplies 3.00
(I. V. Argabrlght, printing diplo-
inns ' 3.00
Amount available at Co.
JulylS, to balance 81!,'1,l.(Jhi..f. minting legal notices..
I ' ' -
j Com. Ad., .00
!c. L. Cutting, supplies 8.tll
8riH2.ri Amaek & Chaney, " BO
School Bond fund 2.'i000 L. I'. Albright, carpet 3.10
Disbursements HIS." () I110ti,m Vincent Johnson misem
ployed for janitor of Kindergarten.
On motion salary of Janitor was llxed
females ut sl0 pur month for school year.
On motion T. J. Harwood was nmdo
July (S, to balance
Census report. Mules 20t,
Committee on Finatieo report
following estimate of nchool expenses
for ensuing year as follows:
Itulldlngs and grounds
Hooks and supplies
Janitor ami clerk
Tcachcm , ,
head janitor, All other janitors to act
.. ...In. l.Iu ui,iikit,1u1r,i
I Winn;, iiir, nujivi , .i.w... g
SlSOo' It was moved and seconded that M.
1000 s Groat bo made janitor of Lincoln
000 school. Carried.
1'iOO Moved and seconded that ;we otVer
!)JOO for sale the frame gchool building
2000 known as the 1st primary building
Wilted in Hoitth ward and tho South
Total SIMiOO ward school belonging to tho district
ft win moved uud seoonded that tho t located lu South ward.
Mm ,.v 1, I1.,.1 in fiOPllfV 111) '"' moU-.U IH1IUM JHIJOIirilUil
...,. .....j ..,.,.,.....,..... ,. ,
to the county olerk the following
aiiount requited for the ensuing
srlunil ynir, to wit: noUITTiC
V ,r all niiriiiise S18L(0 UBnll 14
' interest on schrol Dist. bonds 1H00
V. D. Fulton, Secretary.
CARBOLIZED WITCH HAZEL
SALVE For Pllos, Burns, Soroo.
The best pills made are DoWltt's
Little Early Risers, the famous little
liver pills. They are smdll, gontle,
pleasant, easy to take and act prompt
ly They aro sold by all druggists.
Subscribe for the Chief.
1'ineulos for all kidney, liver, blad
der, rheumatic and urinary complaint.
They assist in separating salt and
wator with thoir poisons from tho
blood. Thoy act promptly. Sold by
The surest and easiest way to euro n
cough or cold is by gontly and freely
moving tho bowels. ISees Laxative
Cough Syrup is pleasant stops tho
coughing and quickly relieves tho cold
by allaying congestion and by pleas
antly and promptly moving the bowels
Sold by Henry Cook.
See tho Chief for up-to-date Job work
Wanti.h A number of ladles or
gentlemen to assist lu launching one
of tho biggost money making proposi
tions In the state. Tho preliminary
work is completed, Tho contract for
construction is signod. The product
of the business already sold A 15 to
20 pur cent dividend Is (hi sight. The
directory consists of fifteen strong
men, soven of whom are First Nut lonul
Uiinlc Mon. A golden opportunity for
any lady or gentleman who can Invest
from $100 to S300. The llrst few who
apply for this will receive $1000 of
stoekfor each $100;iuvostod. For fall
particulars address J. C, Duker, Hust
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