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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1914)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA,
from tho top of n large liny stack one
day hut week.
The lint winds'1 of this week Is dam
aging tlie corn unci pastures nnd onus
lug the. (ititiiPiH to put up their prultlo
hay earlier tlnin usual.
Nell Klild departed for Ills home In
A Vote Given For Every Cents Worth of Tradt
Wisconsin lust Thuisdny, after u tl
week's visit with his mother,
John I'alno, nnd other rohitlvos,
Mr. nml Mis .11m Kliiould returned
homo fiom Coloiwlo the tlrst of the
week, wiere tlniy had been enjoying
an online; for the pnst three weeks.
Miss Zclla Clmpliiln entct tallied n
number of young lady friends Inst
Thursday afternoon lu honor of her
cousins. Misses Vernm nnd llcrtha
Chaplain of Cowles, who were- quests
at the ';luiphiln homo last week.
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Cribs, Trundle Beds, in fact everything that goes to
make things pleasant for the- Baby and convenient for
the mother. We have them in all prices and quality
from the cheapest to the best.
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The hot winds are sizzling things up
The Uospul hand went to Glen Elder
Mrs. Ha lloubow was very ill last
Loch lhUcliibon Is repairing the
Keasley school house.
Unity Hoycu made tl business tilp to
Red Cloud last Thursday.
Miss Ethel docket from Texas Is
visiting h?r mint Mrs Ed Pk.nsoii.
MWs Lois .limes is in town this week
at the home of T. V. Cllne her undo.
Some from these parts ate attending
the holiness uiectlng at Uurr O.ilc this
Uobt. MorrN, an old resident of this
place, died last Tuesday and was buried
Wednesday iu North Branch.
Grandma lMorson, mother of Chtif.
l'leison who lives ueur here, died last
Sunday in Bui r Oak. She was quite
old and had been ailllcteda number of
Mrs. CO. Hutchison and daughtei
Mrs. Wm Hudiburg visited over Sun
day iu Red Cloud mid took in tho Chan
tauquu which they report ns good.
They wero tho guestB of Mrs. .
For the odlilcation of those who do
not know we will say that Noith
Branch is a quiet little town two mih
In Kuusas and two and ouo quarter
miles "West of Uuldo Hock Iu a Friends
or Quaker settlement, having a tine
List Tuesday was u bad day for run
aways. George Cllne mid Hsslo C rav
en's teams ran nwny running over u
little colt and nearly broke its neck
Lenuises- Craven's, our mull cairlei '
horse took fright at a threshing ma I
olilue nnd ran away but no dnnmrc
NORTH WEST JEWELL
Wo ntc needing u good inln.
Tho thrashing machinal nro still
Will- HiidlbniR's visited nt Chas
Snyder's last Sunday.
Loch Hutchison is doing some car
penter work on the school house this
John Oibb's wheat which was dam
aged by hnll, averaged 18 bushels to
Will Anbushon's family were visit
ing at Ed' Mountford's, up on Penny
Creek, Inst Sunday.
The many friends of Grandma Pier,
son will be sorry to hear of her death
which occurred Sunday evening at
Hill r Oak.
C. T. Smith while stacking hay last
week was tin own from the stack and
has been laid up since but is better nt
Thero has been several runaway!
with tho dilfereut teams aiouud the
threshing machines here of late. Essie
UraveuN team ran nwny the latter part
of the week, and ran over a colt be
longing to Geo. Cllno, Injuring' it quite
Mrs. FloienceChafllu of near Frank
lin visited nt tho John Mitchell home
I last Thursday.
Alva Stoner and family attended the
Farmers' Union meeting nt Guide
Rook last Saturday.
The Mt. Pleasant Ladles' Atdf,oclcty
met with Mrs. Frank Stokes Sr., last
Mrs. Henry Johnson of Red Cloud
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Diuce
Conley last week
Ernest Cns'.c enjoyed n visit from his
sister nnd tlueo bmall children of
Eudlcott, Nebr., last week.
Millard Hunsieker and wife and
little sou spent Sunday nt the homo of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Hun
sicker. We nro pleased to report that little
Violet Mitchell is lecovorlng nicely
from the accident she mot with last
Frank Kincnld and family mil Clyde
( Mitchell und family visited at the
(Carter homo noith cast of Initvalo on
Charley DlcUer-on U suffering
badly sprained arm caused by falling
, SOUTH 1NAVALE
Elmer Hlankenbaker nud wife visited
relatives at Lincoln last week.
Miss Zolla Chaplain visited relatives
ut Cowles u few days last week
John Clark has beon suffering with
a sprained arm for tbc last two weeks.
Reld DIckcrson and sister, Miss Visa,
visited relatives near Franklin lust
Roy Fulton und family wero guests
at the Frank Ithtukeubnher home last
Mr. nud Mrs. Jno. Patno mid sou,
Neal Kldd, Sundayed ut tho Harve
Fa rn ham home.
Clyde Zlon nnd wife, Miner and
Walter Noble mid wives were guests nt
tho Carroll Noble home Sunday.
Mrs. Thco. Hawkins was cnlled to
Pawnee, Nebr., lust Fiiday moinlug
on account of the death of her brother
Thrashing machines are busy In this
vicinity this Meek. Cloud's machine Is
thrashing at John Hardwick's also
Raskins' nt Ilert Stuukurd's.
Mrs. Ainesou of Red Cloud visited
her sou, Fay, nnd other relatives this
week nud was honored with a big
birthday dinner at the home of her
daughter, Mrs 11. F. Points, last Sun
day. All her children and grand child
ren were presout and report a very en
There 'whs qultonu accident occurred
south of Iuavnle Monday morning
when Violet the little seven year old
daughter of John Mitchel was thrown
out of a buggy against a wire fence
und received several deep gashes 011
her neck and throat. Dr. Stockmun
wns called and foundit ucco-sary to
take several stitches in the wound.
6hu was alone in the buggy , andw the
horse which whs not tied tiec,.tra,p
frightened and run away throwing her
out when the buggy turned over.
Rett King threshed on Monday.
Frank Alles lost u cow last week.
Howard Alius vUltul his mother hist
Eiui-t Alles returned fiom Ouiahuon
The hiat word from Jas. Robinson
Mrs. Chris Hanson has been quite
ill but is improviug.
Mrs. Georgo Harris will entertain
her Sunday school class ut her home
du Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Amack nnd Mr.
and Mrs. J, li. Stuuber visited ut W. J.
Lipplucott's last Suuduy.
Henry Huuson arrived home from
Colorado several days ago not much,
if any, improved in health.
The topic of the sermon next Sunday
at tho Methodist church will be, "Why
does not the Church move Forward,
faster? Remember the roll en 1 for
Did you miss mo last week? 1 will
try to be regular us things of com
munity interest mo always happening.
I would appreciate it if you would re
port to me any items of uews.
The Methodist Sunday .school will
hold u picnic in Edgar Wiggins' grove
ou Wednesday, August 20th. Every
body come und let somebody bring
some fried chicken, sure, for tho
preacher will be there.
lion. Bayard Pulne of Grand Islaud
gave a very helpful uddrcss ou Sunday
afternoon ut tho Methodist church on
"The Value of the Church to the Com
inuuity" Hts subject was well chosen
and forcibly presented: oue trouble
was there wcih two or three residents
of the community who need it, and
were not there. Ho wus accompanied
by Principal J. F. Mathews of tho
Grand Islaud High School.
Price of Health.
To Judge by letters rccoived from
correspondents, tho nvorngo person
does not really want to bo cured, tie
only wants relief, which Is quite a dif
ferent thing. Or, nt least, It ho doea
want to bo curod, bo is seldom willing
to pay tho price not In money, that
is trilling, but-tho prlco in pntleice
and porsovoranco nnd solf-control.-
Loh Angolas Times,
Mean oft Maud.
Ethol "Jack enatched a kiss from
llico last night and sua cried." Maud
'What for more?"
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CHAS. L. COTTINC,
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Notice to Non Resident
In Tilts District Ceurt Of Wcbtcr
Tho Guide Kock State Hank, a corporation
Christian Hansen, Kt. Al.,
Tho alKivo nnmcit Dctemtnnt, Christian
llaiiHcn, will take notlco tlmt tho t'lnlnllir
herein, Tho Guide Itock Slato Hank, n cor
poration, tiled its petition herein In the Dis
trict Court or V'ebnter county, Nebraska on
tho'.Tthdny or July t9U, ngnlnst tho Delond.
ant, Christian Ilnnnen. the object ami praj cr
oC'whlchlHtoscturoajudsmcnt aanlnst tho
said Christian Hanson tor J.KW.M and intci
est thereon at 10 pcrcentfrom March !!7, lUlt;
and tor tho satisfaction ol tho aforesaid
amount l'lalntlll" has caused nn nltacliiucnt
to b Issued and levied on and asks for tho
satoof tho following juopcrty of tho said
Christian Hansen, viz, upon tho South Half
of tho South West iuartcr (s 1-2 sw 1-1) and
tho North Kast (Juartor of tho South Knst
Quarter (N. U. 1-t H. i:. I-l) and tho South
Hall of the South r.ast Quarter (S l-'i ot S. E.
1-1), all In Town Ono (1). Section Thirty
Threo rtl) Itango Nine (9) West (l 1. M. Web
ster County, Nebraska,
Said action Is on a promissory noto lor
tU.W0.00 dated Sept. 27. 1912 ulven by defendant
to tho plalntlll" on which thero Is now due
and unpaid, ftor credltlnn nil payments
undo on principal and Interest, the amount
ol wmu and Interest at 10 per cent from
March 27, 1914. from tho defendant to tho
You are required to answer said petition
on or boloro Monday the llth day of Septem
Dated AuaustS. 1914.
tub auioi: itocu statu hank
Ily Kiiank J. MUSIIAV
In the County Court of Webster County
Stntool N))rnska, I ss.
Webster county, f
1 n tho matter of tho estnle of John Mileoni
UUKIHTUH9 of said estate will tako notlco,
that tho time limited for tho presentation
and llllnt; of claims agatut tho same Is
,March 4th, 1915; nnd lor tho payment or
dobtsls AUKuat7tli, luia, that I will sit nt uio
county court room In said county on tho 6th
day or March 19IB, at 10 o'clock A. M., to
receive, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims nnd objections duly filed.
Dated this 7th day of Auioist. A. I)., 1914.
(Seal). A. D. KANNKY, County Judge.
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