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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1915)
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RED CLOUD, MEUKASKA. FHllliUAIiY I, 1JH5.
Mr. J. F. Grimes
Dies Very Suddenly
Fiank Grimes, one of lint oldest und
most highly impeded cill.cns of Uluo
Kill, diuil suddenly of hum i fiillmo
ut hi.s homo lust iiljlit. Wliilo Mr
C.iiiiH's hud 1 1 e i' 1 1 coiiiiihiiiiliiL' some
for few days piint, Mill ho was iible to
bo about home mid to mal.u braislonul
trl'.s up town, Lust iiilit iiboiit mid
night ht got, up out of bed to k down
ill thi' basement to iCKtilntu the fur
imce fire and ihaft. After coming up
from the basement mid miteilny tho
bod loam he complained to his wife of
feeling sielc. He had barely l.iin down
when a deathly pallor sptead over his
face, there were a few wisps ami death
quickly followed. In tho meantime
the family physician hud been hastily
summoned but death came too sudden
ly for any medical tolief.
Mr. Grimes was one of the pioneer
residents of Illuo Hill. IIo conducted
tho first mercantile house here for .1.
V. Davis of Hastings. Later ho en
gaged in the drug business and was
the pioneer dealer in this line. IIo
was continuously engaged in the drdg
business up to a few years ago when
he sold out and ir tired. Fridaj's
Hastings Daily Republican.
Mr. (1i lines was born in Pennsyl
ratlin, September '28, 1818, and was (1(1
years and 4 mouths old at the time of
his demise. lie was nmrrlod to Miss
Myrn Lynn in 1881 at Rookport, Illi
nois, and to this union were born
three sons. Kduard, Mho Is connected
with the II. E. CriceDrug Co. or this
city, Lloyd and John, nnd one daugh
ter, Miss Irmti, all of whom survive
him, together with two aged sisters,
who reside in Illinois.
The funeral was held in Blue Hill on
Monday aud the remains were brought
to this city tho same evening, intor
ment being made in the city cemetery.
Tho Chief along with his many
friends here, extend sympathy to the
bereaved wife and children.
Real Estate IraRsTers.
Real Instate Transfers furnished by
M. W. Caiter, Bonded Abstracter, Red
Frank Pavel k a and wife to J. F.
Suter, wd, eH lot 1, 2, B1U. lo,
Samuel C. Shuck to, Clark J.
Shimeall, wd, lots 17, 18, sj
lot U, Itllc. 3, Garbors' Add to
Samuel C Shuck to Clark .1.
Suhimeall, wd, lots ','(), 21, n4
lot 1!, llllc. !, Gurbers' Add
Biyl Waugh and husband to
Mary France, qcd, sej-i nwlf
Cairy A. Easterly and husbaud
to Albert M. Simcrson, wd,
Robert Wilson and wife to A. I).
Oruben, wd, lots r, G. Blk. 0,
Sweep's Add Uluo Hill 100
Alice A. Hanks aud Husb., to Al
bert D. Gruben, wd, lots 5, 0,
Bile. 0, Swcezys Add Blue Hill , 1
Orlu M. Hedge and wife to David
P. Mclnlucb, wd, wJ4 swj, 8
David P. Mclninoh and wife to
Oliver D. Hedge, qcd, wj bwJ
W. H. Rugle and wife to H. R.
Rugle, wd, part nwj 10 4-12. . 2750
Art Klehl aud wifo to VV. C.
Klehl, wd, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, S, 0,
Blk. 10, Guide Rook 052,95
John Dovey Jr. to John Dovey
Sr., qcd, soi 25-30 1
William J. Sorirner and wife to
D.J. McCartney, wd, lot, 7,
Blk. 27, Red Cloud 1
Edison Miner and wifo to Lewis
P. Whiting, wd, nwjf sec. 35-2-
Alexander Phillips and wife to
James II. Phillips, wd, swjf ,
20-1-9, pt m)i nw 10-1-9
Mortgages Filed 110,820.00.
Mortgages Roloased 131,201.00.
Bring in your cream and buy coal.
J. O. Cildwell.
Coats and Suits at Price for Cash.
Miner Bros, Co.
Fifty-two Weeks Each Year For SI. r0.
Met On Tuesday
Rod Cloud, February 2, 1915
The Uinird of County Commiiieioners
met pursuant to hcjoumnu'iit. Mini
herd prenent, Chaplin, Shidlor, Storey
unci Hoiriihin. McC.ill, chairman of
Moved and seconded that Chaplin act
Ha clniirmim of board in the uhuence of
McCull. Motion catried.
In tlif mutter of the road petition of
F ederick Fumer set for hearing at
this datf, now coining on fur hearing,
notice of uaid hearing being pouted as
required by law, und the ownnrs of the
land urjoining the land owned by Fred
erick Farner having been served with
personal notice of said hearing, as
shown by the returns of the sheriff of
The County Board after lienring the
testimony of Frederick Farner and Geo.
H. Overing under oath as to the prac
ticability and nocisiity of establishing
a road leading from the land owned by
the said Frederick Farner to the public
highwsy, and the testimony of John
Moniii, Godfiey Moniii und Mr. Carey
under oath ugainst the tablishing of
said road leading from the laud of tho
suid Frederick Farner. It was moved
and uicondik that the chairman appoint
a committee to view tho land over
which the road will run if established,
whereupon the chairman appointed
Storey, Shidler and Huffman us said
committee to report at their next
Renting, vhich is on February 20,
1915, as to the feasibility, damages
BUBtained und the value of the land
taken for aaid road if established.
On motion W. J. Myers was and is
appointed overseer of highways for
road district No. 12.
On petition of citizens of Red Cloud
I. B. Stanser was appointed justico of
the peace for the city of Red Cloud to
fill vacancy and his ofTU-lal bond was
On petition of voters of Glen wood
precinct requesting the appointment of
M. R. Lewis as deputy assessor for
Glenwood precinct, the county assessor
having appointed said M. R. Lewis dep
uty assessor of said precinct with the
request that the board approve aaid
appointment. On motion said appoint
ment was approved.
On motion the annual settlements of
of tbe following overseers was ap
proved: John Beykc, district No. -1J
The following clainiB were allowed,
and warrants were drawn in payment
H.J. Maurer $ 42 00
W. G. Warren 8 00
H. Ludlow 7 80
Edith L. McKeighan Gl 05
T. J. Chaplin 50 00
Fred Maurer 195 90
G. G. Holt 9 01
Gert.udeL. Koon 223 49
John Beyke 3100
Whitaker& Buckles 32 45
J. H. Kudrna 4 00
D. B. Stunkard 3 25
CM. Wilson 8 00
Mike Flessner 20 25
County Farm Fund.
BertPeraon 6 00
Wm. White 6 25
Fay Palmer l 50
Roy Sutton , 2 00
Court House Fund.
Steel Fixture Co 1000 00
January 15, 1915.
To the Honorable Board of County
I hereby appoint Margaret M. Garber
deputy county clerk during my term of
office and respectfully solicit your ap
proval of said appointment. Respect
fully submitted! J. J. GARBER,
. County Clerk.
Moved and seconded that the above
and foregoing appojntment of deputy
county clerk be and 'is hereby approved.
Board adjourned to February 20.
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