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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1911)
Always On Hand.
On February 1st. We will open up the
finest line of Carpets and
Rugs to be seen in the Valley.
Licensed Undertakers in Nebraska and Kansas.
Lady When Desired.
ALL TEIE PHONES
I Ed. AmaGk, Prop-
1 LEADERS IN FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING.
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The Whole Family"
is extended a cordial invitation to
visit ourstudio and sit for
I heir Photograph
You can come singly'or all at once.
It doesn't matter how or when you
come only so you come soon. Single $
pictures will be nice, but a group ;!;
picture would be lovely.
The quicker you come the sooner ;
you" get the pictures.
THE MODEL STUDIO
R.ed Cloud. Nebraska.
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While They last
20 oer cent Discount
20 per cent Discount
P. L. Hansen, Prop.
S Successor to A. C. Slaby Red Cloud, Neb.
i 'i),tli! of fov.niiliiodHtui" (lie dr
ill H il "I M i nt iiinl 'i ., it u I (i in
llioh '.i !'li (hat tli - mull til s'l' ull
III' A . I J S Mill. HI II I t ll.lt win ii I If
nipiiiii ml mil I or till iii 1 1' "i Is iiiiinf-
till' lillli'lll lllltf-llt jll-"l til Hl'.l fn-
pldi' -it on (l III' Intleli liettt'ci tin' gio
glUplllc.it CPllIrl' lliilti Is 11)0 lit, of
Lincoln. They nlo contend that tho
only lair way to brim this about is b-.
a referendum voto, iimi tlioy point out
tlfnt iinde'r llio plan of tbo lull pto
posed I lio iniittcr nin. 1)0 submitted at
tin next general election in November.
ami if llii" m.'ijoi'll.v liivnr removal then
it would lio up to tlic several town.s in
tlio state who want the Capitol, Lin
coln inoliiili'il. to go on the ballot i'oi
Hit' -tune anil take their chances'. In
that event I In-site of the now ( iipltol
ootilil birdcdguiitid v libit) I wo your.
whcieii.. otheiuisc. as ! woll known
tlio Initiative ami Uetc rciiduiii bill
now lending would not permit the
submission of the question for scvciitl
years at best.
ft,- V''v v "v" 'vn',f',,'v -v
-v'-s zvSaA r
Tlio presence of I'ov. M. S. i'otilson.
bond of tlio State Anti-Saloon League,
in tlio lobby Wodnosday bturtod tlio
HrM ill foiling of tlio session, and
nearly lesullcd in a physical light.
Tlio Uovorand has been what .1. Ster
ling Morton would call "perniciously
nctivo"in his light against demon ruin
generally, and in some instances his
enthusiasm lias led him to say to do
tilings with which the county option
ists heartily disagree. One ol the
women most prominent in temperance
work told a committee that the preach
er was becoming very iriueh of a hind
rance to the temperance cause in the
state. From last reports Mr. 1'onl-on
was not in accord with this view.
Oratory in both the House and Senate
was a marked fcutuio of the iwokV
session, and the galleries wore well
packed on all occasions. Senator Al
bert or Columbusi won marked distinct
ion in his body, and W. A Prince of
Hall took high honors in the House.
The Iloiisi. bus n number of lluent
speakers this srssioti mid fortunately
all are good iiatiiicd about it.
Order to Show Cause-
We.a :",t.'l ,,, r.
Aril County Court held nt Hie County
Court room In mid for nald county Momlny,
1'clirunry Utti A. !., mil.
Is the matter or llio citatc l l.lnur i:.
On reiiiliiiuniiillllinutlii) pctltliinof I :inll
I.. Ilarsey, tiled on thelltli day of lYIiiua
A. I)., r.lll, praylim tor the CTniulitlon and
allownict! other Dual nccoiint nt tho same
date. adi'iTtuoruVlioiiiit nt o( the liiiul.-. Ik-
IoiikIuk to said estate to the ihtmhh eutltUd
to t In name, an orili r dutrlliiitlui; the residue
of erson:il estate and there upon tin rdM
illM'haruluij her (loin Inrther hiirden and
sei vlrnln hi I Mililollli easiidniliiNtiiitii.
Omnium. 'Hint 'ednesd:i the 1st l:n ol
Maieh . I liUI, at one n'eloet. p in.,
Ih nshimied tor hetuiim :U petition when all
persons inteiiM. i in slid matter iiin appear
at a 1 oiinlj I'uiiii in he held in and loi
.aid (ounl, mid nIuiw cause why irair nt
putitloiier should not he granted; and that
notice ol tilt pendency of said petition and
ine oca nil i; incrcor ne uiveu to all person)
Interested In said matter, hy piihllshlut; n
cojiy o( thin order In the Hcd Cloud Chief, u
weUy iifwspniier printed in said county,
for three consecutive vieefcs prior to said day
ski. I. v. Klisos
!9 IJPIII II15I
1 he new
If you need anything in the line of
Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Lino
leum, Picture Frames, Window
Shades, Lace Curtains and the cele
brated -Kirsch Sash and Curtain
Rods in any finish.
Undertaking a Specialty.
We are in shape
and will save you
ATKINS & BARBER
Order To Show Cause.
Ir.'J'lie Coui'tv Court
Stiiie of Nehraslta
Weliiter Count r.
l.lMnl s. Nebr. IVb ll.l'.Ml. (Spec
ial Corie-pondeiiee The week just
passed has been an exceedinuly enter
taiiiiii',' one in the lej-islatuie. The
nio.st talked of leiriilut ion liasull been
more or less touched upon and somr of
it disponed ot. The Initiative and lie t
ferenduni bill passed the Senate I
Wednesdav, and on the same day a
bill lejall.iiicj Sumlai baseball was
passed in that body Then eame the
County Option bill, and this was killed
in thr Senate lv on vote.
In tlio midst of this business ol ex
citement enme the Capitol Removal
bill which was easily the sensation of
the week or of the Session thus far.
liineolu people seemed to suddenly
realize that the Capitol lemoval talk
vus a serious matter. Indeed those
ill Lincoln mid beieabout who have
jrarded it as a joke could not appar
ently come to any other conclusion un
til the bill was aetuall.v advanced to
third reading. Then a treinentluotis
effort was made by the Llneolnites.
Kvory striiiR was pulled, every promise
was made, overy friend far and near
was culled upon by word or vvlie to
help biivo the day, and Friday morning
the bill failed on third roiulln and
was consigned to the Ki'uvoyard,
Itutttrosc iiKiiin. i'ritiee of Ha'l'
the House minoritv loader, who had
the matter in charge from the first, te.
introduced virtually the same bill In
the aftoruooii oiimtnatiii,' however the
07th meridian, to which so many ob
jections weie made, thus Kiviiifj tlic
Lincoln men what they had contended
for when the tiling was threshed out
on the floor The original Capitol re
moval bill failed or passage by a voto
of thirty eight to Ufty-eiglit. but
friends of the new bill assert with as
surance that if the enemies of the
movement to remove the. Capitol are
sincere in their contention that they
jaie willing to submit it to u vote, the
new bill will speedily go through the
grind and become a law.
AraCouutj emu t held at Urn County
Court room In and tor said county Monday
Kehiuaryillh A. I mil.
IN th matter of th estate ot llaiiuiih
On rt'adlnu and llllm; the petition or Sinn
ucl Saunders llled on the nth dnyot I'ehriiaiy
. !.. Hill, praylni; ror the examination and
allowatucnt his Dual account of thesaiue
date, ii deeicnor asslKiiiiient ol the lauds he
luiiKliiK to said estate In the persons milled
to tlicHAuie. and theie upon an order ills
charcini; him (loin (iirthei hiirilcu and ser
vice In his said olllceus ailinlnlstliitor.
(llilil.uni. That Tuesday tlicMth ila oj
IVIiruao . i mil. at ten o'clock a. in.,
IhiiknIkiiciI rorhearliiK laid petlllon. u hi nail
perKons Inlercttd In said matter may appear
at a Count court to he held in and tor said
count am! HliowcnuMi vvhj prayer ol petl.
tlouiTHliould not hci-rauttd, and that notice
o( the pendency of said petition and the hear-
liiB thereof he ulven to all perwms Interested
In Haiti matter, by publlstilni; a copy of this
order In thtt Ited Cloud Chief, n weekly news
paper printed In said county, for three con
Hccutlve week prior lo nald day of hearing.
(s-kvi.1 I. Kiisns
Couutv I mine.
Don't Delay Ordering
a lire Insurance policy from us a
single day. Kite isn't going to
stay away because you are not in
sured. In fact, it seems to pick
out the man foolish enough to be
41 FIRE INSURANCE POLICY.
Have us isstio you a policy to-day.
Don't hesitate about the matter.
The fire lletid may have your
house down on tlie list for a isit
this very night.
MARK WHAT I SAY
liovernor Aklrioh Is proving a ptetty
good mixer, lie had a session with
the Klnanee, Wavi and .Means Com
mitteo yostei day and talked over up
propriiitious from start to finish and
indicated his attitude on several pro
posod disbursements. The Governor
and the Committee seemed to agree
pretty well on what should and should
The County option bill Introduced
by Norton in the House Friday is wind
they aie all now talking about. What
its effect will bo nobody can tell, as In
the Senate the views of th inetnbets
were so well known that by general
consent the-, did not discuss the meas
ure. In the Hoiim) the chances ate it
will bo difterent. A number of mem
bers ate loaded to the guard with data
that would make a (.'ongressloital lie
cord ashamed of itself. It will be
shown by the friends of county option
that it is tlio only hope of tho Com
monwealth, and It will bo made equal
ly plain by the enemies of the policy
that several sister states, older and
wiser than Nebraska, have tried It and
found It wanting. The indications are
that It will not bo decldod hastily.
The. Capitol retnovnl bill i easily
tho most talked about measure lu tho
city today. Those in favor of it con
tend that the proseut capltol building
is but a shell and should soon bo con
demned, that it will noon have to be
replaced with a modern structure i
Order to Show Cause
Mute of Nebraska, i i,, n..,,.,,,,,.,, ,...
Webster County, t m I lie t ount I ourt
Ar a County Court held at the Count
Courtroom lu and for said coiiui I'rldiij.
1'iliniarj 10th . I)., mil.
Is th matter of thuestaie or II iisll '
Hi nadlm-aiid llllnt: the petition ( An
diiw I.Macellhd on tlin llith dav ol I eh
ruary . I)., mil, praying (or ihe Nunilna
llou and allowance of his Until account ot the
kiuiio dale, tin onlerdlstrlbutlni! the. residue
of persunal estate and there upon an oider
dlbcharnlni; him from Inrther burden and
servlc In his t.ald otlWeas itduilnlitrator
with Will auiiaxed.
OI(l'.ltKI, that Tuesday tin- 7th day
ot March A, I). iyj, m one o'clock p. in., In
nsRlBiied for hcarliu,' said petition whin nil
pemoiis Interested In said' matter limy -appear
nt a County Court lo lie held In and for
initd County and .show rutin why prayer of
petitioner nfiould not h rauted. and Hint
notice ol the pendene-. of said petlllon and
the liearliiu thereol bo ulven to all perHoun
Interested in said matter hi puhlWiinu a
uipy ot this order lu the Ited Cloud Cliluf.vu.
weohiv ncwnpiipir printed In said county,
lor three cousecullv u weeks prior to K.ihi tiny
I. W. Kiimin
"M' ouni.v Indue.
The home Grocery
P. A. Wullbrandt, Prop.
you to do
I carry a cotr- cte line of strictly fresh
and my prices are such that it will pay
your buying in this line of us. Only the first-class
brands of canned and package goods carried.
All staple Groceries in bulk at Hed-rock Prices.
In a Grocery store more than in anything else,
buyers should demand Absolute Cleanliness.
Yot cannot buy Groceries in q dirty, ill-kept place and be sure o
pure goods Cleaulinessand sanitation are our hoblites. . : : :
Elyts Cream Balm
This Romody Is a Specific,
Sliro to Clvo Satisfaction.
IsqiveS RELIEF AT ONCE
It cleanses, soothes, heali, aud jirotert the
dlieased jnonibrano. It curen Catarrh ami
drivei away a Cold in tho Head quickly.
Kestores tlio Soimoi of Taste and Smell,
EttHy to line. Contains.no injiirldus drugs.
Applied Into tlio nostrils and absorbed.
UrgaJKIzo, HO cents at Druggets or by
umil l I'rlal BIzo, 10 cunts by mail.
ELY BROTHERS. 66 Warron St.. New York.
1 5X, j
Jm" lk MS
Fresh and Salt Meals of All Kinds
Read the adds in the Chief Reel Cloud, Nebr.
lOU SA.LK BY
YOST & BUTLER
The 4th Avenue Moat Market
The recent act of April UUh. 1008
gives to all soldiers' widows a pension
of 812 per month, "'rod Maurer, tlie
tto'iiov. has all nocessary blanks.
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