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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1911)
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, PUBLISHED EVKKV THURSDAY
' BfilMtd In the Porftoffleo tilled Cloud. Ncu.
'f m Socoi)dTclfH Miller,
4 !L- :
THE ONLY DEMOtiKATIU PAVER IN
' WKIIHTKIl COUNTY
The columns of tlio Chief ure open
for legitimate advertisements of all
kinds. Candidates, regardless or party
ailllintlon, aro welcome to use those
columns. Prieo of announcement, S.1.
I hereby announce. niyHelt as ii eandldalu
lorre-elcctlona (,'ouiity Clerk ol Webster
. County, Nebr., on till) lli)iiil)llcnu ticket,
subject to tin) iIccIhIiiii of tlio voters at tlio
.I'rliuary Kliellon to belaid Aiikiihi ir, lull.
I-:. W. Itnx.s.
FOR COUNT V CLE UK
'J.I hereby anroiineu inyMCll iw n candidate
.tor tlio oillce ol County Clerk ol Welwter
County, Nebr., subject to the will ol tlio vol-
, th ol tlio Democratic and 1'eoplo'n Indf'pend.
"nt Tarty at the I'llinary Klectlon to lio liflil
A iik. I5.IUII. W. II. ll.WI.I'.l.
"I mi ii i I ii i sv
YOU WON'T GET "STUCK"
If you "stick" to'its. 'Our business
Is to "please," and not "stIek"you.
WIm'U we, offer
PINS OF" ALL
wo make a bold bid for your trade,
by offering you best selection we
COIlId got of
HATPINS, BELT PINS,
VEIL PINS, STICKPINS,
remarkable in bounty, variety and
lowness of price, Ruy some.
J. C. MITCHELL,
PR08RAM FOR PROMOTIONAL EXC
USES AT I ME HlfiH SCHOOL ROOM
Tliursilay Afternoon, May 25, 2 o'clock
7th graricl'juno duet . Illith School Mnrt'li
Iiit'sc erublll nud Ituliy Ooblo
.'til rmtf V(in. ... "Tins May tjin en"
I tli radr f cltiilliin ."A IktlcHehwil
Mii-ain" Margaret Miner
fltli Knulc Solo ' "The lost Doll"
, Mercelyn I.oiiKtnu
May Pole Drill i; Kindergarten
Mil Rrnile-Uciituilon .William Mrllrldc
lldccjlall Koiik ...-,..'.. . . KlndcrKrtrtcn
4th j;r"nilo ltr.cltntlon,... ., rT,he Hoys Plea"
2nd ijrnilc Wittul Drill ami tfohj; .
1st erode Hiiiuj ,.......... HuUlih"
:)rl uradc Holo', ,.... '. IKmitco Kthcrtou
Oth Krado Heading "ThoSlnof theCon-
penter Man" -Charlotte HiierHleite
'-'ad grade DlatoKuo .. "Can Yon dues"
Julia Warren and Clinrlcn Ittlcle
Ilrd (trade "The first I'lnK"-.losophlne Canter
lid Krnde- Overall Hoys and Hunhonnct Hali
filli radc lNadlnt; .. "School Is Coded"
i llotiart lllivukledgo
Ilrd rade Chorus .......-
7lh Kriide-lteinllim .... "Utile lirown llahy"
Ith rade SoiiK "The Call to Arum"
Till Kradel'lano Milo ... "The Mountain
Stream" Marvel Turnure
FO It COUNT Y CLERK
We have been nuthorl.cd to announce the
nniueof llMiliOK II miki.i., of iled Cloud, lor
nomination!)! County Clerk, mihjict to the
Will ol thu Democrat and People's Independ
ent voter at the 1'iliuary eleellon AuyiiKt
CLKRK OP DISTRICT COURT
I lierehy announce myself as a eandldale
lor Clerk f the District Court ol Wchstci
County, in tli Itepuhllcan ticket. miIiJici to
the decision ol the voter at the primary
election to lie held Almost l.'itli.. Kill.
Cms. !:. Itiuul.r.
FOlt COUNTY TREASURER.
Welmv been autliorlcil to announce the
eandldacy ol(ti:o. W. I.i.niiscv for iheolllce
ol county treasurer, wilijccl lo Hie will of
the Dtmociat and I'cnple's Independent
parlli sal the prlmaiy election ViikuhI ir,th.
FOlt COl'NTY TREASURER.
'Wehiuehcin Authorized in annoiice the
eaiiilldncy of II. C. Wiimiir. nf Hoieiiiont.
lor thuolllceof County Treasurer, subject lo
the will ol tin' Democratic uud 1'coplcs In
iliiptindrnl Parties' at thcjprlnmiy election
AukiinI '1Mb. Illll.
We have lit in iiuthoi'led lo announce Ihe
enndldacy ol It. W. Koon iv. lor the oillce ol
I'ouiity Treasuter, subject lo the will of the
lit publican Miters at the ptlumry election
August 1Mb. I'.lll.
1 I licit by announce msclf as a caudldiite
lor slit rill of Wi bstLr County. N't Inaska, on
the Deliiocintlc ticket subji l to the decision
of the voters at the I'llmaiy election lo be
held August tr,.imi. 1. I'. Iti'ii.r.m.i:.
I lieu by announce niysi II a caudldiite fur
the oilier ol Shei III ol Webstci Count), sub
ject to the w III of the oteis ol the Demo
cratic nud I'copli's ludcpeiidcnt I'aitlis.
.lor W. Ciiovn.
I hereby anouuee inyteK a candidate lot
the nomination of Shei III of Webster coiint.s
Mibject to the will of the Itepuhllcan voters,
to be e pleased at lbs piluiary election Ann
ust 15th. bill. U'm. Woi.i :.
Tlic June bus have put in an ap
pearance which rcmiudhlis that sunt'
mcr will soon be hero. So will sweet
corn and witter melons I'm!
After live years of litigation uml the
upending of tliotiMimls of dollar the
attorneys for the ovuvnmciit have
micceedcd in proviiiKthat the Standard'
Oil company was a trust and u mono
poly. Most of us know this loop ajji)
but however bad the Standard Oil
company is, we buy our jjas and oil at
a very reasonable price.
After the years have passed nobody
cares except that a tronhlsome affair
has boon disposed of
We love our dour Nebraska land
In spite of windy weather
Wo are a very happy band
And always stick together.
And when we have misfortunes
As people always do
And put forth nil oxerlions
And all are feelliiK blue.
Then dear old Nebraska stiis
Anil blows a mighty breeze
Throws dirt into your eyes and blurrs
To you cannot see the trees.
Then we ure happy once again
It seems like home once more
Our highest wishes we attain
Our cares and sorrows now are o'er.
Uied at. her home Monday afternoon
at!! p. in., little Irtnn Reitler, aged one
year and three months. She was the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Reit
ler. who live near Ccwleo.
'Ah, Oh, when awe-try, may we be so
And sink like the innocent child to
And feel ourselves clasped to the in
Thus over u happy home the shall
ow of a little grave lias lalleti; and, as
another has said, it is wonderful how
long a shadow a little grave can
This beautiful baby life was so prec
ious, so froiight witli tblessiiig to her
patents that she .seemed a llowcr of
paradise permitted to bloom for a
brief season by their side, then re
called to its nature skies, leaving the
earth road for them dark and lonely
And when the messenger came from
the unseen lands to claim the dainty
darling as his own:
She only crossed her llttlu hands,
She only looked more meek and fair.
Wo parted back her sllkou hair,
Wo wove the roses round her brow.
White bmls, the summer's drifted
Wrapt her from head to foot in
And thus she went out,crfthls world
of ours. ''"'
The funeral services were held from
the home Tuesday afternoon at 2 p. in.
Row Maggie Elizabeth Wild, daugh
ter of Rev. and Mrs. lieorge Wild was
born at Dorchester, Nebr.. May lid.
ISSO and died at her home south of
lnavale. May :.. I!il,age SI years, 11
months and 8 dnjs. Erysipelas was
the cause of her death. She was only
hundred sick but a few daj.s while hersutl'ering
Enough was no doubt greater than she let on
but she bore it patient I v ami without.
celebration. Red Cloud proposes to a murmur little did we think the end
make tills the best event ecr given in ; was so near to one so young and uso
tlie city. We want every body to come ' fill in life. (Juite early in life she was
und have a genuine good time. There converted to the christian religion
will lie plenty of wholesome fun, speak-' and joined the United Krcthi on church
lug. games and no graft As Ur as ' to which she was faithful till the last.
possible we will entertain our visitors Little over a ,car ago she gave hr
freely. The city feels that It is our name to the quarterly conference and
treat and we are going to do our level ; received license to pleach the gospel,
best to niaUe it a tieat. , She loved to slug and pray both in
v , in public and from house to house and
The long drawn nut titfht between , to talk about Jesus. Her greatest ,t..
me ducks stove ami liange company , sire was the suivationjot aouN, Surely
nnd the labor leadets. Milclicll.tiomp-' she will be greatly missed bv the
ers and Morrison closed 1'iiesdav. i church nud also the conimnnitv In
which she lied. We know tii.it ,iz
, .ie has gone to be with her Saviour.
She Inaxes a broken hearted father
and iiintlici, three brothers and si
jsisteisand a host of relatives and
friends to mom ii thuir loss, hm our
J loss is her eternal gain. The funeral
The committee apponted to solicit
funds for the Fourth of July ceUlira
Hon has been received cordially and
already upwards ol eight
dollars have been raised.
money is in sight to assure a lirst class
Program fot Commencement Week
The 22ml Annual Commencement
Exorcises of the Red Cloud High
School will begin with the Baccalaure
ate Sermon at tlio M, E. church Sun
day, May 2), at 8 p. m.
Final CNuniinntions May 22 and 23.
Class Night exoroises by tbo Senior
Class of 1!)11 at the Opera Houso.
Wednesday, May LMtli, 8 p' tu.
Promotional exercises by the grades
at the High School assonibly room,
Thursday, May 2"i, at 2 p. in.
Commencement night at the Opera
House, Thursday, May S.1, 8 p. in.
I'ltOdltAJI FOlt rt.ASrt NH1IIT
I'lay A Scrap of Paper A comedy in
Miisie-'-Remicks Hits No. '.)" Hand
Act 1- Class r.n 1
Music ''Apple Hlossouis" - - - Itaud
Act 11 Class 101 1
.Music Mlavelands Happy Hits No. 1"
Act HI- Class lllll
March-"New An ival" - Hand
I'liOflltAM roll fOMJIKXCILMKNT NUilll
Processional march "Rccosy" -
Overture 'William Toll" -Orchestra
Invocation Rev. A. A Ctessman
Selection 'Telephone (iirl"-Orchestia
F. S. Stem, Lincoln, Nebr.
Overture- "(vhteen of Autumn"
Presentation of Diplomas L. L. Uorcu,
President of Uoard of Education.
Ovcrtuie "I'oot and Peasant" - -
Sunshine and breezes will not harm them. They
are INTENDED for hard service and frequent
IThey are durable, beautiful and withal most inexpensive.
JIn leaf greens, soft wood tones, and pretty delft effects,
they impart the atmosphere of cool simplicity which is the
chief charm of the home in summer. t
Plenty of Laces, Nets, Scrims and Casement cloths.
MINER BROS. CO.
General Merchants. J
"A Mighty Safe Place To Trade" 1
Make our Store Yt ur Headquarters.
.John C. Chase. Socialist E-.Mayor
of Haverhill, Mass., will speak in the
Court House Saturday evening .May 20,
at S p. in. A cordial imitation is ex
tended to all. Ladies especially In
vited. Additional Locals.
Mother's Day was observed by Rev.
Crcssniau at the Congregational
church Sunday. Special music appro
prlatc for the occasion was sung by
the choir. There were plenty of white
llowers emblematic of the occasion on
tlio pulpit and in the audience. Mr.
Grossman in commencing his discourse
said that this was the third time lie
had observed Mother's Day in Red
Cloud. He quoted what a number of
noted men have said in regard to this
subject and gave an excellent address
designed to inculcate a deeper rever
ence for home and home-life.
.). L. Christian of Red Cloud, Neb.,
was for 7 years a cattle salesman on
these yards, fiom ISO.-, till 15)02. He
then went up Into Webster County,
Nebr., and invested in a farm, where
he carries on farming on a place of
about 1,100 acres in what Is called the
garden spot of that state Mr Christ
ian lias bycu down to the yauls and
bought 2 carloads of stockers. "There
is nothing that beats farming, espec
ially in such u rich agricultural spot
as 1 live in," Mr. Chi istian said. "Wo !
have a line country out there. Corn,
alfalfa and hogs are the chief crops, j
It is that section of the country that
produces' the choice hogs, and the well
tiuisbed cattle We raise the proper
feed to make them good. 1 never saw
a better outlook for a good crop year
than we have right now.'' Monday's
Kansas City Drovers Telegram.
Rev. Lininger of Riverton will oc
cupy the pulpit in the CongrcgHtiniial
church net Sunday. He is a young
man of promise and you will be inter
ested to hear him.
Fin: ist.K Fine resilience location
in Northwest part of city. Half block,
12 lots. Mo-t desirable location and
low price. Dan Gutni u Co.
Farms listed on straight commission
basis. Land list liberally advertised.
D.w I! ximii ii A IVMmM. Chief otllce.
Sunr.rlntciulf.nt Rich's Report from
Sept. 1.1910 to Way 1. 1011
M:l I. 11H I
1 ."illR) 77
Greatest Farm Bargain In The West
680 ACRES of RIVER BOTTOM LAND.
Sept. I. 1010
Meain plant s li'iOO 00
Klectile plant I.WMM no
Water plant IIOOOO 00
Haul; bulldlnu' rnflo oo
Oillce IIMiircs IW) 00
Tools -'''0 00
StipplUs 000 IK)
Standplpe iaw WI
i wnoo oo
Dppicclatlou iH mo.)
Sept. I, I'JIO
llopo l.luht bonds $ 1000 00
I W opo 10000 00
I l-'.'OpoXWIt. -sim 00
ltK)7 bills nM 00
liiti-iest on same sfl'.i It
1IKI7 bills III Judgment
Interest on same
l!M0-llll bill- pit.wtbl
S looo oo
when the supremo court rendered its
decision that the labor leaders weie
notto be hold criminally tcspuusihlc
for the boycott but proceedings could
be Instituted against tbem civilally.
In as much as this trouble started
long ago and all the difference have
been adjudicated the decision lias Httle
immediate etl'cet. This case simply
shows that if enough time elapses aft
ur the blood boils over some imagined
or real wrotig things will right them
selves. In this case, both sides curried
large, chips on the shoulders a ml imag
services were held at the house .Sunday
afternoon. May 7th.. conducted ly
Perry E. Henrybisilsted by Rev W.M.
Points also by Rev. C. C, Harris and
Presiding KliWr.I. J). Lamb of Esbun,
JCas. A very large prose.ssion of tettoin
followed her to her last testing place
J I j 170 01
.sept. I. H'10
I. khl. private
Wilt! r. private
i ash, Unlit. iM'pi. 1. 1010
rash, water, I. IUI0
cash fiom (icneial l-'imd
I uteri si f uml (less May I. WIO-M-pl
Item from Hans llulldliu:
.. s wii W
ISO acres of it sub irrigated alfalfa land, ion acres p.isturc, 100
acres best hay land en the South Fork river, making G-o acres
of the best land in this tectiou of the country at a price less
than one-half what it is worth. There are uow :i," acres in alf
alfa, as line a stand as any in the west: more being put in as
circuinstiinces permit: about 2 U) acres in cultivation; no alkali
on this tillable land, hence It will giow anything you have a
mind to plant adapted to this country: water is obtained on thu
tillable laud any whole from U to 18 feet, on the hay laud from
:i to 10 feet, in the pasture at about .'10 feet: farm has a good -1
room house, barn 24 x ."2 with loft, hog barn 20 . .10) this is a
barn, not a shed), other hog houses, chicken house, corrals, :i
granaries, inachineVy shed, -l wells, windmills, looo rods woven
wire fencing, place all fenced and cross-fenced; equipped with
a 12-horse power gasoline engine and centrifugal pump drawing
over tiOO gallons of underflow water a minute from two wells 21
hours a day, 110.1 days in the year, if you want It, for irrigation
purposes; 200 acres can be irrigated from these wells if yon
wish; 1C00 feet of pipe for conducting water over thu land,
never-falling sprint; on tliejplacc, supplying a small pond. All
improvements ate well built of the best material; nothing slip
shod on the place: laud lies ulong the river, all in one body,
seven miles from Benkelmnn. close to good school. Place is
making plenty money for owner, but he wants to dispose of it,
as lie hasother business which requires his attention. All clear
and title guaranteed. Price 130 per acre, or $20,400: reasonable
terms. No trades desired; sell your property and buy this for
money. AddressthcNEWH-Ciiiio.Mci.lv, Bcukelman, Neb. Rail
road fare refunded if place is not as represented.
Total 5 I KM UM
fuel! tbhy were marts r of champions. ' in Walnut creek cemetery.
Hills payable , ....-..,....-
i Irani! lotal t- 1 -
operation '.i 70tl .V!
- :ci7 oo
liettirmcnt electric .... - - -
Ilctteruii at steam.
i oal on hand
I oulb -
nihil bill. Int. Iiind,.'....... s jam M
Water luy. balance.... 10
Water liuul. b.ilunce.
I, luh I fund, balance..
The Home Grocery
P. A. Wullbrandt, Prop.
A Complete Lino of Staple and Fancy Groceries,
also the Latest Patterns In
Wo are nlsb making a Specialty of the Celebrated
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4 riigiu jarmiu i mvu v iinuii
Moll Phone 102.
Independent Phmne 44
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