The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, February 23, 1911, Image 1

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Customers of this Bank
a io always satisfied customers, because
wh etidcHver to treat nil with equal
courtesy and attention. To be
Ancim mdatinft anil Conservative
is ,i combination that wo have found
Io he not only possible, hut profitable
a well. Wo can work for your inter-
osts find our own at the .same time
interest Paid on Time De-
Webster County Bank,
CAPITAL $25,000
B. F. Mizcr, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
B. F. Mizcr, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
Everything Electrical
G. C Bailey
Electrical Contractor.
All kinds of Elec
trie repairing.
Bell phone, Black 20.
Moon Block, Red Cloud
In Riverton every Monday
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As exclusive representatives of E. B. Radford &
Co., of Chicago and New York, we now offer you
the complete Radford Shop Service. You can
take your pick of over 5 1 Radford Styles and 230
Spring Fabric patterns for suits, skirts, coats,
dresses or capes.
You can have any style any price garment you select made to your in
dividual measure by the Radford Shop at Chicago prices.
v Come see and make selections from this early Spring display.
Harvey Milncr expects to nunc to
Will S'thultz was in Hastings this
Mrs K. Peters is going nway for
Morris Volin and wife are. visiting
in Superior.
Rev. Kolloy wascntcrtained Tuesday
nt K. M. Purkor's.
The Degree of Honor will give tho
tni.riirirl n I cntt?lnn tAnt TnnLrli.
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everting. Feb. 2.W.
I. K. Fairfield is repairing his house
in flip west part of town. Dr C. I..
Uoies and wife will occupy the prop
erty. Rev. Kolluy of Wilsonville has been
assisting in the Methodist revival
moetings bore since Wednesday of
last woek.
A New Store Feature For
In Chicago and New York
women who appreciate and de
mand the utmost in style, quality
and tailoring skill in outer ap
parel go direct to the Radford
And NOW, the selfsame styles
and fabrics that have always
Radford Garments Tailor
ed to Measure
mav be obtained HERE at your
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4 Newspaper Tliat fihes The News Fifty-two Weeks Each Year For $1.50.
About every other family will move,'
some out to farms and several will
move in from the country.
Carroll Willihnii and family lll
move March 1 from town to the farm
wliere Thomas l'olhcmus lias lived tho '
last fow years.
Tuosday Ocorgo lirilton and Will
, Jackson oehangod bouses. (Jcorgc
liritton had been living in the Horn-1
ing ho ise in the northwest part of
of town and .Jackson icsidod In tho
oast part of town.
Word reached town Tuesday morn
in;.' of tho death of Mrs. Jerome
Itailey during the previous night
She had been 111 with la grippe. The
funeral was held Wednesday after
noon Mrs. Itailey was a member of
the Methodist church. Ilor husband
died several years ngo. Two sons sur
vive. l!eorge S. llalley and Hoy A.
Bailey. Tho family wore early set
tlers in Webster county.
Mr. Arch Rnsser is borne with la
Idler .Jackson is working for Mr.
Mr. Charlie Lewis is some better nt
this writing.
The society met with Mrs. Charles
Frisbie this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ulair Sundayed
at Mrs. John Kmiuk's.
Mr. and Mrs Alf Saladen are mov
ing to lied Cloud this week
Mr. and Mrs. Conic Kasseraro visit
ing rek.U.'cs ilnd fi! in Kansas.
Messrs. Connie and Chris Starke
bave returned home from Kansas City
A birthday shower was given on
Miss Dollle Rnsser. She received It
Miss Ola iswart. lest Tuesday for
I.Sm.nlii In linr frlnllil. M !.. fii'iici'
1 Krisbie.
own store.
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Dell, Ulk HI
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew King spent
Saturday, and Sunday at Lite llerg i
field's, ucarCiilde Hock. j
Miss Dollle I'assor returned homo t
Sunday. She has been visiting her
sister, Mi. L.nt Hcrgtlehl, near (Juide J
Rock. I
Mrs. Krasor, formerly of this conn
try, now of CitiHila, has been visiting
old ae'ejuaintancos here. She left Sat
urday for he- home.
Chtis. Foe wa in town tbi.s week lor
a short visit.
Mis. Arch Iloreti went to lied Cloud
Mrs Koon of Dladeu was isitiug
Mrs. Jud White ottu day this week.
Dr. Caulk has bought lumber for a
now house which ho intends to start
Lawrence Horeu and wife of Red
Cloud were in town Monday visiting
Do not forget the (Sooil (loads Meet
ing and the Farmers' Institute Friday
and Saturday.
Miss Many Spracher who is taking a
course in Wosleyn University made a
short visit,al home this week
Fiank Campbell who has been visit
ing relatives in Pennsylvania for a
short time came home Monday.
Wm. Thomas and family started for
Bird City, Kas., Wednesday whero they
intend to make their future home.
Henry litubaker has commenced
buihlingbfini on his lots. He ox
peots'tofi'n citien of Coivles In a few
Win. Ilrubaker of Missouri who has
been hero for some time during the
illness of his father departed forborne
Mr. Orautof Wilsonville. Kns., In oth
er to A. J. Grant came !u Wednesday
and Is moving on the Squires farm
east of town.
Mrs. Herman Motter of University
Place who has been visiting relatives
in Cowles for n short time left for her
home lusu Friday.
On nccouut of the heavy rain Inst
Friday the Auto Club was forced to
givo up Its advertising tour which It
Ijud intended taking over tho county.
J. Castcllo of Illue Hill has
bought what is known as tho Carrier
property in the south part of town.
Mo expects to move In ns soon as pos
sible. Henry Ilrubaker marketed a tine
load of sixty-one fat hogs Tuesday
which netted him a goodly sum of over
a thousand dollars. Who says it does
not pay to raise hogs.
The young pooplo had a surprise on
the Squires girls Monday evening at
B. II. Kecnoys Kvoryone reported n
good time. Mr. Squires and family In
tend to movo on his farm south of
Hastings next woek Wo nre sorry to
have them leave us.
Pabllc Sale.
Tukhday, Fkiimmiit 28th.
At 10 o'clock u. m , the undersigned
hnvlng decided to leave the country
will sell at Public Auction on his farm
3 miles north of "Womer, Kns., and 3
miles west and fi iuIIch south of Inn
vale, Nebr., tho following property to
wit 70 -II BAD OF STOCK' -70
Consisting of 70 bond of hogs, ! head
-of cattle. 4 head of horses, farm ma
chlnery, etc Lunch on tho ground.
Fitr.n Coi.ti, Auctlouer. J. L. Kjiout.
Gkowik Morel, Clerk.
' i will sell nt Public Auction at my
biirn in Red Cloud, Hnturdnv. Feb. 2!i.
Willi, 8 Polled Durham bulls, the horn-
,les8 Shorthorns -of Scotch type and
feeding. They nre reds nnd ronns
and most of them re' nlil nnniwrli fnr
Service. I have tho kind that will
pieuso you, nnu must Do seen to be ap-
pruoiaiuu. i,ome w my sale nuu you
will not bo disaonointnd. lnit liirrlilv
in!cased with in v olVei'hiL'M. Hon. lu "n
volianco to Improve your herd.
.Ol, M.LI.NOKIt, U. A. .lOII.NriOV
Auct. Owner.
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All The Year 'round.
Its easy and Daylight all the way.
Newhouse Bros.
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspectors.
District Court.
District court began Tuesday morn
ing nnd lasted until Wednesday night.
Adjournment wns then tukon until
March Id.
The ca-e of Piatt Frees vq. Scriv
nor fe Moritz took up an entiro day
nnd was then continued until the
March term for the taking of further
Amonir other cases taken up were
as follows;
Occidental IluiltUng & Loan Associa
tion vs. James I. nalo ct nl , confirma
tion of sale In K. W. Koont.
Henry It. Popojoy vs. Bdwin K.
Iturr. motion for new trial overruled.
Defendant given forty days to prepnro
bill of exceptions
Esther Thornton vs. Birdie Colum
bia. Confirmation of sale of land to
Sherman Shipmnn.
Mary L.Sprlngorvfa. Herman Spring
er. Dlvorco was granted to plaintiff
and she was given tho custody of tho
two minor children.
It. II. Blackledgo vs. Lots 7, 8, 9, 10
and It, block 31, original town of Rod
Cloud. Deoreo of foreclosure, quieting
title in C. J. Piatt.
Annie Hello Spunogle vs. Catharine
B. Hurley. Judgment for plaintiff for
partition ns prayed for.
Jane Ulanko vs. Frederick Illanko
Dlvorco wab granted to Mrs. Blnnke
and S500 alimony and 115 per month
for support of the children.
Edna M. Dike vs. William II. Dike.
Dlvorco wav given Mrs. Dike with
82.100 alimony and 315 rcr month for
the support of the children, together
with their custody.
Iteprcsontativo Qunckoubuish's tax
fcrrlt bill has had hard sledding. It
was ilrst reported for indoflnito post'
ponment. Later there was a ressurcct
Ion and It again saw tho light of day,
but there Is a great deal of opposition
to the measure. f Should tho bill bo
como a law, howovor, there would bo
more cash listed for taxation in one
year as u result of its provisions than
in ton years under the system now lu
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Jewelers and Optometrists.
jonir az3Es or mebcddes, texas,
He nvcuiKod I' pnumls nn ncro nt
nn exiu'iH'o ot li uu ncio. lorcoilos In
a typical TeMi Julr Coast noutlon.
TlUI'U JI'.U'H HK'I it was a WIIiHMDL'HS.
Viiii can liny Just us kooiI land nnd
make Juhi as Kiuut innlli. Kvcryttilnc
Krons l)tsl In tlio Toxiih Oulf Const
A hiiikIo lino of onions linn luen
known to pay a profit of $i'.nn. Tnnin
lots im-i'iiRo oicr J100. Suar eatio ru
turn1' n minimum of $tio p r ciittlntr.
Wlij iluii't j ti cmiio ilnwn to tho
T' as (JiiIC Co-i'-t unit iniilici some of thin
i;nml i nmoi ? Notlillif,' lu tou ully ofToiu
ii sncli jirnllts.
It lulfca n fortune to ntiiko n. start
In Hie town nor.'.iilayn And nt that,
tlio nxernije nnu In a liy-town litiHlnesH
litis Ills iioho nn tlio Ki'lniKtmic ly tlm
tlnto ho has jiald l'or his food and rent
and uoavcnlcncus.
It won't cost you much to visit this
country nnd ludsn for yoursrlf. Kvciry
ttvH aid tlilrd Tupsiluy of each month
jou i mi iuiiIiiiho a round-trip Lntid
apfUtif.s tlcl.ot to nny point In tlio Gttl'
Cnn.s t country, from Kiintms City, at
J2.V0CI, m rrlnco Llnrs.
Tho K'ccuralon Tickets nro Rood on
nil 1'ilsco ttn'Ins lcnvlnjj Kansas City
dally KonklotH nnd further Information
will Iiq furiilHhcd upon request to .1. C.
Lovrfon, Division Pninwitfcr Asent
Frisco I.lnf.s, .Tnnctlon lllilrr.. KansaH
City, Mo., or A. Hilton, Gouurnl 1'asKon
Kf.r ARcnt Trlsco Ilnea, Frisco Wdr?.,
St. LdiiIh, Mo.
Lincoln, Nobr., Feb. 20, lfllL Tho
legislature is now on the Inst half of
the session. Bills may bo introduced
for seven moro days but nftor that
thoro will bo no further "Ilrst read
ings," and tho time of the senate and
house will be devoted entirely to pass
ing on ponding measures. Thus far
there have been ten bills that have
passed both houses and gone to tho
governor, for bis approval. Thirty
four senate files have boon sent to the
house but none have returned, tho
billb that havo gone to the governor
having originated in tho houso. Tho
senato has Indefinitely postponed sev
enteen of its own bills.
The senate commlttoo on public
lands and buildings mado what will
probably be Its lost jnnkot tho past
wook, tho members having gone to Ne
braska City and Peru to Investigate
tho state Institutions located at those
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