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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1911)
ed Cloud - - Nobrnsku.
PUBLISHED I3VI3KY TIIUUHDXY
fcnlcrod In ttio I'ontolllro Milted Uloml.Nct.,
h Scrotal CIiom .Mutter.
0 II. WALK
TIIK ONLY IIKMIK'UATH! I'AIT.Il
Vi:ilHTi:il COUNT V
Young imiii, diil you over think how
much improvement yon could multo in
yourself if you used your spare mo
ments lilting your mind with sound
information? It is easy to have u
good lime, but the hour.- spent in
social engagements pass uwiiy and
leave you no further along in mental
capacity at tlm end of tun years tlntn
you were nt llio beginning. If you
hopo to develop, apply yourself anil
li a littlt' ovory day. Much of tho
gossip and mischief of this world
would be eliminated if people would
suokto improve themselves instead of
taltinu; the easy coihm1 and drifting
Into the habit of looking for the eil
in tile lives of those around theiii.
Wo wuro given to nndci. stand tho
other day that mmiio of tin pupils in
the Lincoln building have a foolish
notion that it would he a grand lurk
to onler the reform Hehool. Now If
any of our (school children are contem
plating some act that will bind them
in the reform school it b time that
they weie Inning a heart 'o heart talk
with Mime one who Is old enough to
have some sense. We can assure them
that the reform st'lioul is not a
palace and that they will find no beau
tiful fuliy thereto wait on their pleas
ure ami do their bidding. A reform
school is a business institution, and
thev conduct business there on busi
ness pilnelples. Their chief business
is to see that ohlldren obey and learn,
mill their rules are as rigid as those ot
un army. A term In the reform school
is a far dlirerent tiling from a summer
vacation and wo would advise thought
ful parents to find out wlitttthotisplrii
tions of their children are right, now.
A few heartstrings may bo saved. Af
ter nil It is the duty of tho parent to
know tho plans of the child, and to
show meters now In service to Ho,
from '.l to too per cent. slow, bringing!
up tho probable average p'ererffisumj'V
to at least ftO.OOO gallons per year.-
The eaiiso of this slowness is tb'o
aceuinulatioH of eopporsulphiitd (blue
vitriol) upon the moving parts of the
uieteis, this accumulation being the
result of an acid condition of the
walo.r attaching the brass element in
the meter Itself. This acid is found
in tho south well water, tint Is entire
ly absent from the .Mimror splines
product and theioforo should elimi
nate to a large degree this motor
An analysis or tho pumping costs
shows tho following: Por u test run
of ten hours, during which tlnio the
electric plant was shut down, tho con
Ki:ii Ci.orn, Nr.nit.. Feb ttth, A. I) II
Tho Hoard of County Commissioners
of Webster County, Nebraska, met
pursuant to adjournment. Membeis
piOsentU. Ohmstede. T. J.Chaplin, L.
P. Schmidt, Paul f-torey and D. U.
Ilummell chairman of said IjoiihI.
Moved and seconded that the chair
man appoint it committee to Invest i
gate tho bridge on .Section 1 no be
tween sections l!l and .'KK1-1I a. .: order
overseer of Uo.td District In raid .'Ml
to II x said bridge to the best advantage
for use by tho public. Motion .tin-led.
Whereupon the chairman appointed
Commissioners T. .1. Chaplin, h. P.
.Schmidt and ti. Ohmstedo as said
ew WAY OF s
sumption of coal was llloo pounds, omuiittoo to investigate said bridge
costing, 12.20. Tho water pumped d compliance with tho above motion.
ing tills lime was tr.0,000 gallons. Moved and seconded ihatthcCounty
making the actual cost of pumping a j'U't. be Instructed ami authorl.od io
tillo less than I cents per thousand I lJy -chool dlsliicl No. 2, ten dollats
gallons. Tho margin between this ll"' lM0 ,ls d" the school building dui
coul cost and 8 cents is certainly ,MI' '''nv.-licis Iiisiltute for lino,
ample, especially when ono considers I '"'d ami seconded that Dr." .1. !;.
Caulk of Cowlcs be and is hereby ap
pointed Deputy Assessor for Cowlcs
Precinct for the year 101 1 Motion
(Ircat us havu boon the strides of
inventivo genius, and wonderful as
havo' been tho discoveries in science,
ybtjthcso aro no more surprising than
tlio;Mtrides made in popular govern
inciif. Tho principle that) has been
udoiJtaU during the last decade for all
legislative bodies lias do.no much to
counteract tho corrupt practices and
has wonderfully interfered with the
graftors and seekers of special privi
lege. Tho sunlight of publicity has
killed tho gortus and microbes of dis
honesty, with tho result that our gov
ernments aro more honestly conducted
Muckraking magazines havo been con
demned, but after all they have ren
dered a service to mankind and should
not be too severely ciiticised. Home
body was needed to tell tho truth. and
if these magazines were a trillo en
thusiastic (lie results were beiiellcial.
Immediately after the fartnei.s iu
.Htltuto every one felt the need of a
larger building for tho coining your
and tho sentiment was stiong at that
for tho erection of an auditorium.
Thissentimeiit sliould not he allowed
to Hiibsido until It crystallizes into a
definite undertaking. 'I hat such a
building is needed all will agree. No
bolter time than the present can be
found than the present to set the ball
rolling. All that is needed is for some
one to get busy and make this build
ing a reality. We have passed tho
wishing stage and we have disoiivsod
the propos'ujon enough so that the
only thing now to do is to act. This
opportunity should not tie neglected
because it means a gieat deal to this
part of the county. I here is no event
of greater importance during the year
than the farmeis' institute, and noth
ing should be left undone to make It
u perpetual success.
lltf.tf.f ll.llttl itllf, til. ...A.... I w.li. 'I'l.t.. I It... ......t If. -A -..,.. . . . . I
"" " i" "i" iiiimiii.-i. i -' i - am mg uini. uiigui tie matte should
duty cannot tie doleguted to any one (an electric-driven pump bo Installed,
else, the piesent method of reining ' Wo hope that those doubting this
children to theeontri.ry notwilbstand- statement will go to Mr. IMoh aud
Ing. Preachers and teachers are use- j verify it for themselves. Cold facts
nil. nut iney cuiuol fill a parent's po-janil flguies, gentlemen, should govern
sltlon: they cannot assume a parent's your opinions, and not random state
duty. Jimt Midi fooiish ideas us this I ments based upon street gossip,
lead Ion misspent life.it dishonored We further wish to put. Mr. llailov
grave. Shoiitl any of those misguided right upon the proposition of bonds,
children seo this aitlcle we trust that ! It has not yet been proposed to vote
tlicy will take their parents into their Slo.OOD bonds, and It is not likely that
contldonco and frankly and fearlessly j it will be. There aro too many e.v
In Reply to Mr. Bailey.
. In regard to the article in the Com-
divulge their plans and aspirations. ' ntnples in practice corroborating Mr.
(-'rime on account of necessity is bad nidi's judgment In tho matter of pipe'
enough, but crime on account of fun ! to require any further argument, and
is the absurdity of all absurdities. : I., .spend mole for pipe tltuii has been
-: :i- ,- r suggested by him would bo foolish.
Ictgardiiig our commissioner be
coming a freeholder, we dare Mty that
whenever the city is able to irive liin.
..., . . "
inciuiai .luveiiiser ny .1. II. LJailey. . -some assurance that his job is roason
we aro much pleased Hint the gentle-j ably permanent, he will not object in
man signed his name. We haw fre- I'tho least, to his share of the biirdon.
ijuontly commented upon the cow- ' Meanwhile he is under the largest
ardice practice 1 by many when they ' bond ever given by a e.uninivsioner in
seek to vent their -pleon under the , Keil Cloud i:()U0), which will pn,b-dl-guise
of -Tii.pnyer." -Tith-cir audi ably operate to pi event his extend
the like, and Mr. Uailey descnus high ii'tf to tho city any recommendations
praise for his coming out in the opci) . lie eonsummiittou of which would
and letting people know who is father make it nunc dillicult for him to put
of the tn tide. We hope that litis t the department upon a mote tmvimr
precedent will be followed by all per- basis.
sons who a-k for public hearing. The average engineer, too. has as
.Naturally, however, we disagiee ! ""di regard for his reputation, which
with Mr. llailey in his position in r
gnid to this water question Wo are
a member f the committee which
was appointed by the meeting of citi-
Moved and seconded that (.'has. A.
Citithrle bound is hereby appointed
Deputy Assessor for Stillwater I'ro
cinct for the year 1011. Motion carr
ied. Moved and seconded that Itert Kile
bound is hereby appointed Koad over
seer of Koad District No. Mi. Motion
On motion Hoard adjourned to meet
February loth, Mill, at !l o'clock a. m.
l'Vb to, 101, Hom-d met pursuant
to adjournment. Members all pies
out. Now comes J. II. Kllmger. Clark
Stevens and O. V Ted members of tho
Hoard of the Karnicr.-, Independent
Telephone Co.. of lied Uloucl City, Ne
biaska, and complains that said was
erroneously assessed for franchise in
said City ot Jted Cloud in the amount
of tiMH.uu assessed value, and as there
is no commercial value attached to
said franchise requests the Do.irit to
have the iiscascu value of So.)0 struck
from the tax list for I'.uo.
Mocd and seconded that tho above
aiul tore-joing request l,e and is here
; by granted, untl Hie Count Tteasurer
ue and is hciclij instructed aud auth
or! ;:od to sulky ll,,, uid amount nl
tf'i.io assessed value lor tiaiichl.se iriiui
By applying two coats of WUIGHT'S CON'DKNSED SMOKR
directly to the meat with a brush after til meat has 30110
tlirouRli tho .'t. it will bo thototiftlily Etnoktd. will Iiavo a
dflltlouD (' cr nnd will keep solid and sweet and tree trota
tnflccta U.ruJt;ii tho cntlro summer.
Wright's Condensed Smoke
is ti Mdiild wnoko and contalnn nothing except what Is obtaltif.l
by 1 tinting hickory wood. It la nut up in muaro quart bottles only, each with
iintai cap. NKvuii unui) jn itii.ii.. a iioitie v 111 shioko a u.irrei or m"t
CsO lbs.). Tor hh'o bv all ilrvi'Hlsifi at 7t- livery bottle Kttnrnntccd. A-k
rlrii-i-lvf fw I.'lllOF! tinniv. "TI it Now WiiV." Ilo GUro lo TQt tho npnilli.n
1- TUB K" SI tfl!?ir!MT ?0. It At . Ef nnc-.no tiVfu Ji
'MaBagw'iiiajirocBaKnWTiwTwmB'MiMxro.vr mnunmumiui immnw
H. E. GRSCE, DRUG CO.
is his eiipltiil, as tho average citiei
owning a few thousand dollars' worth lll tux l",t- l'yl" the .vettr
of real estate. In other woids, he 1 oitrrjeil.
wutihl be slow to recommend some- ',l H'e matter of the. pi lining ol the
oih, and if we wttro partisan we were , Mung not a demoiitrateil success. It '-'oiiiiiiis.sioiiei.s piwceeiliugs from time
not avateof the fact. As we reniein-, cannot, thou, in truth 'be said that lo li,,,L' during the eiiMiufg jcur in the
tier, at that meeting there developed j Mr. Itieh hits no interest, in Red j sevetal ueWnpapcr.s 01 tho Couiilj . ll
ii jMiins. u such iui.y niav lie. ' "" wnen ne auvises tliu city to get Wi,p' '"oven aim seconded that tflou b
called, 0110 party of three and tin-' 'it of the old water rut.
other putty of about forty. This com-! Wo mu-,1 have more water, Mr.
luiliee, til the request of the Hurling- j Voter. Now, where shall wo get if.'
ton railroad, obtained samples of tu, j From the slough, or from Maurer
spring water, that of the creek, ami ' "pdngs
another of the well. These samples -- -- -- -
cie s,nt i quite a while before the Washington's Birthday Celebrated
visitor Mr ..itow. mid hnu member; smi.i..t. 1
j .i.i.hik "t un- voiis;Tci.ru
mil is heioby ullowed for the piiuting
ol soul proceedings to UediMdid equal
ly iimoiigs.iid p,ipL.-n. .Mutioiicaniiil.
Moe.l uini scciiiim.il thai Uil- budge
cotiiuiittee ot Coliiminsiuueis District
.No. ; lie and are hereby tunirimied and
.iiUljoriA'd to purchase material and
ie-lloor the bridge hcioss ihe Hopub-
. e i ... . i.. . . .......... biiMii; tit ijiit- v jiiii i iron .
" l"..1 'TUV ' M.y that tional chuicl, Hon. Cress.nan arra, ,.1. ! "C1"' U,U'1 ,mli l" U -Nl'''"
. , 7 . . r " n,,r,l"1"" i fo' ,st interesting ...rvice in men - '"V '"""" nl"L
astowhatkind ot a test we wanted ' . uf Washington s birthday " ' "', ol the M,,lol bids .0,
1 , ., ' , ,in' hymns and anthems sung by tl e choir temi m 1w,,rK I,l,r ouUlu "','1 ay "
is not doctoted, nor has it any niter 1 u ,.......,' Hil. Ir was moved and .sucon.U..!
DR. E. A. THOMAS
in omlte,!. ,. .! I
it 1 mi im:i-. til ivim'm :nr tnir riL. ! 1 t .
r.. l iibtiiiki 111 n 11 itin ii. ......-..... rii
1 n 1 . , . tunny reiiiiureti. me iiiustca tiro
bidiovi'd. in in. (iiiii-..lu ,0 ii.,. ..;...! ""'" l"u
.... , , , l -" giam was high y praised ami was
and simply earr ed out the work as ,, vuioynlyi MllhlJ ' ' ()b
aid down tor us by ,h ,.tl,,.s- meet-' .Ml.Ul.l(lu ML ... , ,Us!l ... . '
that the bids as llicd by the following
iiiimeil viz: W. T. liobrer ot Uud
Cloud, ,). Ii. Simpson a Son of IS tilde
liocl; and Suttnder.s Hros. of Ked
Our showing of Laces and Em
broideries is the largest ever shown
in Southern Nebraska. It includes
the newest and handsomest patterns
of this seasons manufacture. If you
have Laces, Flouncings or Hmbroid
erie's with or without insertions to
match to buy within the next six
months, we advise you to inspect our
lines. The variety is large, embrac
ing hundreds of beautiful patterns.
We will this season show a new
immense and well selected stock of
all the new weaves in Flaxons, Dim
ities, Swisses, India Linons, Lawns,
Barred Muslins etc.
A Beautiful Line of Ginghams
has just been received.
v , , cited selections appiopriate to the 00- u,"'i""v ' """' "I1""'")
m. .... t I NoM. ill IPl'III'iI tu I m milt ti.l..t..,, , .. , II litmiiiiut !.ai.l lnl t..il :...! !
UfcOff lai ' r .... n casion. , r .1. s. till hum then deliv-1 ...... ...... 11..1. m hvu-
. I imT' 7 I'' l"U 'f t,,e u,"',1h., addivss upon -Wa liingto, ! "l-n said bids were opened and acted
Dr. T. A. Trumble, D. D. S. " ,";,""i . r"' ' ,,,.,", r,Khl ,;ri"MuistatBi,w.'- lie .i.Wtt.i 'Vu. ?f rnow,:-j. u. s,,,9 tV s
' - wiy.wew tsh to say that there N ; lhu development ami growth of our '" ,!,,l,ic KocU i,,ul Haunders Mros of
ASSISTANT j nothing ,,, hinder anyone fro i.iIm rsl vvUh.M ,, .,,,, n ,.' '" I Ked Cloud were and aro awarded the
Over Cotl.Ws Dmo Stoiv ' !" J! ' 1 .' ,,N,,,,,,,1,,U '"' w1,U'ls '" uU,nw l" ''- kiuglinessaud integrity e0l,lrucl ,or a" w"1 "" l '
wm oltmts Uiug bloie. , ,mvl, e, the city doe, not have to , tll,d ch.lstian charaetor. The se , ! ct'"ls I '" fu"- tributary to the
Successor to br.J. s. kMHJII
M the old stand over
State Bnnk. PhoneI3fl
"HUM III slllllClelll ..I,. .,...! .1 1... ! ...
i.ii..!.. ,..l I. . ".... ...t tm: niginiiuiv ,,! Wltsll-
,........,, 1- i. .nun. iiii-i:uy l,,,,!,,,, ,,,! ,i,. ,.f .,
territory of each of said
Ml excavating 110 lo and
...in 1, ..1... 1 .. ... ..," mm mihi ui r liuiMiu gave tie " '
wi be ,,l too gla.lto pay dollar tor ,,(.,atatiou of Indepondeneo weight ' " s' "'r J"1' l" ' 1"1 '.v tin
dollar and good inteiest. So much ( UII, hiKnilu,lluVi WaM.ingioi, was the . "i,l,,ur ll.' btt,uw il' """' Vor rt.oo .,
r - v
tllP! i I, J . l""lon,age. The speaker closed In
lilt 1 ins 1 my unless ho is willing to buck ...... .. .
M.phisju.lgiiien. with all the tuonev ' l' . """ ' '"U "" '"" "" ' t '
i.i, ,..! , .... , . ' 1I'1' "' Washington alioo all the
... ..mi--, in iiiiiio- 1 ui. t'p criiuciii rue ..., 1 , .,
1 .. ' """'' ' " ititli"!! soaivli nt Win. in. .11, ,i..i. 1,.
-;eit. has vipianilered enough to satisfv i , , 1 ., r . ., .... J'
tl,.l.u...w..r ti ...n...... '?,ln l",i,ll"f detiverv Mr. (iilhaui was
S ....' "V """H "- ut hi best, eusllv l.r.lili..., it... i..
payer. II .Mi . liailcy or anvone else r 1 1 1 1 . ,, , V
., ... .'. " iisi of his audiejice. Iieciaiined b s heae-
ii sine intii ill" SVel ueni- the en... .- ... ..
are a big line with us.
We carry the very best of
,111011.. n.is neeii needlessly sn,.,,! ! ,. ,. . , , be paid for bv the L'onnlv
1 :.. .. . .....v-i hviiuilll .11 11 1-1 IILre. anil LIU) .-..-.
,,,,s,,v M"uir-iili, that no llllls, .11 it...i i,i...,n.... .....1 .Moved ami seconded that a..v i'umi-
L-llill lll-LUI j
uiissioiier having any hridge win k
done, lie upon the job to oversee said
work, Motion carried.
In tho matter of the petition ot I! .1.
Koliuietsclier for 11 license to sell mall,
Splritous and venioiis liipior on lot H,
block S, IJosoinont. Nebr., coming tor
and depthl m',uiltf nt "'l'' time. It appearing
tliu. C.t.l .....t.i... i. ..... I.... .... I..
lm mm. -.1 (i:illiwn in UIIVII IIJI III UUIII-
Mr. r. l Cathor then delivered an ' P"Cu witti the stnttite and has the
address 011 the home of Washington l',Ml''4Jl number of signers and in all
which was most charming, since ho 1 imuK '"'K complied with accord
based Uis nreseiitat loll 1111011 triiiiltiun lK' to law. It was moved aud .second
and not upon history. Mr. CuthorV, ' Ul,it tllb L.lus- l) !'' !" hereby
.- .1 k ( . . . 1 irt'nnliil Ah tnntiil Ttw In MmOa dii.l
' Vim' in i..,,rili.i .1 4i . . K,,UIUIMUII Wl"- visitor in iio' " l"J ..,, v, ...,
IbJ Mr' ItaZ Ii . nd 'r'1''': hi,,"' ""''- r. father ' foivgoing petition. Motion carried
i :ii. Uailey, wn hud that 111 HMO ',,...,...,.. ... ., ,. Movei and seconded that tlm l.i...v
...I., .,.., ,u-, in, 1 11 in but." . -.iiiiii iiouiivy I-.--
iu Virginia in which Wellington inatlel MC0,IS" ,50,,a ol ,' J- "ethlior to
lomo for .seventeen year.s. Mr. "H0U ,a"' "Pruous and Veiilotis
must iiit:restingly ielMedthlSll'"i",r-,iu U,,SL,"u,,lto" Uut s' lilook
. . . ., .... -I In mi 111 Welistee I'linnl v V.il.i- I'.,.. I
eis. Ull Jauu.irv lsl tho bool.m.f tl... """ "4lJ)" """""J "' -'" giejitesi, - ; ;-
' .l..iiSirli..fl..l si.., w.d ,.., ......... , , ' dlideney of our tlr.t. mvsidout. Tho V lK """ l" """" lU"-veu. i.ar
;UHe,tstomeis. whohsd paid l0 ,.,o I "'""'" Lt'r ,''Ul MWX tho lm"t,1 lo I,ru
I will supply all on. needs, h-t ,, plll , jt"
11 in .urn i-iuiueei 11. iii wiin our sys
tem at his own e.NpeuRo We think
I the city will be. pleased to reimburse
jhiiu, ami we will volu blm thrt biggest
, neiielHctor or the city since Us foundation.
we dolivored to tlm railroad eomnauv
j practically I7,r,7fi,(w)0 gallons. bt Unit . ,
iiMi"iiitHyfurtn eAcess of that .,uo- V".,
ted was delhon.d to private musiiui.' .!'
itihieail o tho jM-jon .ui, l .(.noriillv.
You have your choice o
ordinary good clock or a biy fancy
We will appreciate an inspect
ion of our line before you buy.
J. C. MITCHELL,
l quoted. I lie uveiage ipiuiititv
1 water legist eied uer veiie ..,-,
.Moved aiitT seconded that the I'outi-
lT.-.Sandothcrswhere WashiiiL'ton ran' '1 l'u,K "" ' iK'ieny iiistrueied
for oiliee. The amlleiiei. vr1l.ll ,rl,.,liv ' l'1 authorized to issue License tosaid
Ot ' 1 .... , . . . , ' It. .1. Ivolitiuitseliei' of Iilhi.inniil iiiimii
mmi nsu'iicii iu many more 01 ineso - "!'
city treasury in the jeai ll Sitt'io. '"".'"V l,,,p,,!h of tho 0l1,ulty record of
To the Honorable Hoard of County , . ,j. l)1K.lale to.loscih V..Smitlt
Cointnissioiiers Webster County, Ne-j s ' ,' sw U.S-I-IO, wd...
brasku. 1 herewith submit statement ' Alfred ('. White' to Nimli jV.Wa.
of all tines assessed by me from .Jaiin-' K0 n ,, se, so setl'M-lo, wd
ary 1st, HUOto .lanuary 1st, mil to-' Mnry .1. .Mis,,,, tft a n, .,m, h
wit: Amount of tees collected .Ian. 1 Wagoner, sw se .'W-1-1 0, w
1st. 1!MU to Jan. 1st. lUlltfll U0. State David S. l'helpsto Willlnrii V.'in
of Nebraska, Webster County, s?.. I, derfeeht, lots'J. .', , k U.lst
hereb., certify that the foregoing is a, .dd to liladen, wd .
1 1 . r .. ..
n.i,- nun uuiu-n iitii-iueiii. 11 inn 11 1 j- uiigii iUerall to t'ecil .M. . Mill
docket dated .lanuary -JSth, lull. K. ! vern M. Mefull. und in'. sw
C. Uuschow. .lustK-eolthe I'eaee. Ap- j si; IIW) nts 1,.-,, tl,l in 71-1 1." wd POOo
proved litis loth day of r'ebru.iry HM1 1 Ceeil Al. MeUall etal to ir..i. r
McCall in. hi, lots 7. s. hi :i.
ii. W. Hummel Chairmen of Hoard.
Moved and seconded (hat the ollleial
bond of liert Kile as overseer of IJoad
District No. lii, lie and is heieby ap
proved. .Motion curried. -
.Moved and carried that Oak Creek
Product be and is hereby divided into
two Koad Districts, the dividing line
to run North and South, through the
center of said 011k Creek Precinct.
The east half of said Precinct to bo
designated and known as lioiid District
Four ami 0110 hiilf(l'.,). The west half
Oiof said Precinct to retain the ori
ginal number of Itoud Dlst. which is
number Pour 1 1. Motion carried.
Moved And seconded that. lohn Hum
el burg be ami is heieby appoiutud
overseer or Koad District No. I'j for
the year I'Jl 1. Motion canieil.
On motion Hoard nljotirued to March
11. J'.dl. Ik W ROMs,
iSeuli County Oletk.
, . 1 . . . I flili .m.i.i lit fit tTlfl a.iii. ...!.,. I . 1 j j . I
sinner, leaving out the r.,il,o.ul w,.s! ,ri"Wiihiuiil were dlsanpointed when ' "' - " u""u """" jra u wi- me ween ending
40,000 gallons, which brings the aver- Uuuilwikr d0sd- Wlt"l this pro-i ,,,,l,u" """"
age pi ice paid r. tiillo over - oonls I ?ram W'H ,u i,Ul',0!sUllk' and in-, In the matter of the Kail Ituad petit
per thousand gallons This fact jslslr,,ot,VB ' wo trust that the KoY. bm which was presented to tho Hoard
caused by the onerat Ion of tlm ...ini. ' Cri","'n will, contiuuo to propure of- by Paul Htoiey lu regard lo the Kail
i mum charge now iu roreo and thJ c',t,,lu,,al "Pfi'lal programs fpr his Sun Uond crossing on inaln.'roiuJ houth part
I fact that not everyoiio discounts his ,,ay ,'vultr''rvlces. t of Hed Cloud city. It was niowd and
'bills the 10 pei cent allowed hv mill'. I .seconded that it be referred lo the
Ill this e
'I. CHI IIJ"!
M.e I'mt Hi
w ih li euin
iV joint eomniittee ot the Senate and ' C',,M,ty Altm-iiwy to be taken up wilb
Hie K.iiiway i omiiitssiou as to who has
House is at woik
ditifting new road
Jari.sdietii.il .11 tin sm Imaltei
Kcal Estate Transfers.
Transfers reported ly tho Foil Ab
iieoihiy, l-'eb, J'J. lull,
L'hfirles 13. A mack to Ikirnest. 10.
Shijiinan, s u sw tf, sw sc VD-I-10.
Helen A. Kaiiies to .lulla S War
roil, lots 1. .', lilk I;., lied
Maty .1. Uugolhiirt to (hear l.
Itivu-o et ul tie i.'-.'l lo. deed...
Alfiod C White to dost ph V
smith, 11 ' j srt ,'fc'l l-iu, wd , .
all in I p., wd
L. I.. Mollatt to Prank M. Mo
Carter, w '.. tie, n'.. so .TM-lO,
Hiintinh K. 1-riincis to Stella
ilttrd, lots !)lii. 1 a, nik s
.lames William Finney to D'Ju
Harehers, inv SJI-.'t-ti, wd
I'Mniund t). Parker to Hdward M.
Paikor, sij lot I, nK-, lotS.BIk
10, ances Add to Ouide Hock,
lUtsi Svaudu to Lihillwlton.lots
n. G, JJlk. ft, Sweoays Add to
iiiiio mn, wd (10o
Mortgages lllcd, 51 1700.
Mortgages released. tllfiOU.
dacob Angle, aged 0 years, was
drownod yesterday morning II Mn,i
a putty of friends from Cowles were
'""'Pliif,' and hunting on the Som
mcrhalder phteo, nenr Lester. Mr
Angle arose eaily yesterday morning
and loft the camp, and us he did not
return a search was institute.! .i.i..i.
Hm resulted this aflernonu ln tho llnding
tii. ii 1.
" """ '" l river near tho
montn of HI,,, crude l,eeused leaves
-oW 11 widow und tie children.
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