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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1916)
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SID CLOUD, NtBtAIKArOIIEF
3 Pianos and Musical Merchandise (f
Cas- tn.swrcre 0.7.y or Night
.. THE PHONES
TETANY YEARS of experience devoted oxclu-
sively to the Harness and Horse Furnishing
business enables us to produce the best there is in Har
ness. We do not say it as a boast simply as a straight
fact and "we deliver the goods. We are doing a
splendid business in single and team Harness and would
like you to ask your neighbor how our products suit.
Trunks and Suit Cases
Don't forget that we carry
We have a good assortment 1
prices are as low as the lowest.
Trunks and Suit Cases,
o choose from and our
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wnaiiiiUim lyttiwi rffliOTjn :i, itrjiijitiiinjiiEitiiiiiiaimiirraiiiiiQ
Since th&, Citizens of Red Cloud Have
Been Unable tQ Produce Slipless Side
Walks, anc)-' Each' Winter Many Falls
Are Caused by Snow and Sleet...
See Van Before Yoa Slip
Geo. ML VanCamp, Agent
For The Travelers o! Hartford
The Oldest and Largest Accident Co. in the World
1 MNNES: lid. 241 Bell 12t
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I am now prepared to. do all kinds o!
General Blacksmithing at my old stand, one
bloclfc east of Piatt fc Frees lumber office. Would
like to have all my old customers, as well as any
one desiring first class work, call on me.
C. T. DICKENSON
"CANT-SAG" FARM GATES
We believe there is no better gate at any price
than the "Cant-Sag" and there is no gate that can be
bought for less money.
Come in and let us convince you thai, in this
instance, the best is the cheapest.
Please pay particular attention to this word
CANT It spells the best.
Revival Meetings Cause
Many Sinners To Repent
The nltiiiiilaiH'i1 Is increasing mid
Hit' liitciL"it Is L'towiiiK' wltli t'licli ser
vice ut tliu liitf luvivnl now lii'ltijf held
af tlic OrpliiMim llt-v. Win Martin,
the cv.iiinclist, in ulitiiKc (f tho incut
lnjs, liii proven to be nil Unit was
Hiliclp.tf(l. Me Is it minister full ot
wit Hint oriis'iiini thought ami is not
ubii-lvf. rather only truthful. He
poiii'ssi a liintl way of reminding
pi'opli' (f their short enminus and
caineMtly e.hoitinjf tlieui to lollovv the
lot r life flnueis have been lilt
hard, already, about .seventy having
taken the livniifrclist by the hand
pledirltitf to live the new llle
IVif Kcliols is rendering tine music
and his lartfi' chorus choir l attractliiff
e inslilt-iaiile attention. Ills solos nto
eiriK't.vc and contribute much to the
Mrs. Matlln has already won forhei-
selfii n'ace In the heart of everv
woman and child with whom Mit: has
came la contact since cnmlui; to this
city mid has accomplished mii.'h jjood.
A caieful estimate of the expenses
showed a need of iM which amount
has been inlsed ami It Is announced
hence forth oU'erlns will be taken
onlv on Sundays.
The pastors of the various churches
of the city are doing all in, their power
toward making the revival a ftiiitful
affair and judging by the present out
laok their highest expCctat 'oils iiro to
be i cat I zed.
Tho Children's Choir will ugnlii lead
the meeting Saturday night. On Sun.
day, ltev. Martin's subject in the mottl
ing will be "Soul Expansion" and in
tho uvonitig "Plan of Salvation or How
to bo Saved." At three p. in., a meet
ing for men only will bo held in tho
Orphctim at which time the subject
"I'aint. Unbbed Oil" will be discussed
At the .same hour at tho Congregation
at church Mrs, Martin will conduct a
meeting for women only.
Lowest Interest, best option and
terms to be had in the state. Money
always ready. Call for me at. State
Hank. C. P. Uxtiier
Paul Polnicky Has
A Birthday Party
Last Thursday evening Paul Pol
nicky entei tallied tho members of the
O. I). J). Club ut a seven o'clock dinner
at his hoiiie on ( -dar stieet. the oc
casion being hi;, birthday anniversary
Tis reported that the guests n dis
played reiiiarkablo ability nl.t g the
line of making the best pos-ili.u use
ot the well planned and men y pre
pared dinner, which was seied in
four courses. After dinner the Cub
piesontedMr. Polnleky with a beauti
ful humidor, the presentation speech
being made by the piesldent of tho
Club, in which ho told of the high
esteem In which Mr. Polnicky was held
bv ofieh member. Mr. Polnicky made
a veiy timely hikI interesting response
which ended with the .mL'Pstlon that
at some future date, he mentioned
five yearn, that alt of the membeis
meet again at some kind of a banquet
This seemed very favorable to each
member nnd all agieed, altho the ditto
has as yet not been et
After paying their respects to Mrs.
Polnicky for the patt she look in
making the dinner such it toothsome
aiiair, tlio guests departed for their
homes, each feeling they had spent an
enjoyable evening which would long
School Building, Red Cloud.
Sealed iru)OHitlH will ho rccilvid liy the.
school board District No. 2, Wolwtor County,
It eel Cloud, Nulirnska, up until noon, the itli
day of April, 11)1(1, for the furnUhlim f alt
material nnd llor In the conHtructlou of a
Illi;li School ljulldln., Wits whJ.hIso lie re
celvfd at the name ttniu und place (or the
pliiiubliiK.licatlnK and ventilation nnd elec
tric wiring nnd In accordance with the plant)
and NpeclilcatloiiH prcixirud by K.-A. lirodlry
itCaiupaity, Architects, KxchaiiKe National
imjiK uuuauiK, MRStliiKH, Nebraska.
Alf bids (or thin work must bo mndii out on
blank (onus which will be supplied by the
'ArrhltectH., Hajd, "plaits mid specification
will bq on tllo.'wlth the Secretary .o( the
Hoard and tho Architects on and after
March 11th. laid. ,
Alt bldH in us t Ih accoinpanted by nu un
conditional certified check ot (ITjOO.OO) t'lvo
Hundrttt Dollars, on ailed Cloud Ilnnk pay
able to tho order ot C. J. I'ope. Hecretary.
Any conirnctoror contractors desiring to
llgurcon tlu'ilmo nnmcil liuildliiK nnd do
Klrlnn ait ot plans until date ot lettlniinhall
deposit with the Arrhltcrtancertlllcd check
(or Twtuly-llve Hollars ('i".00) as a uarantcc
that the contrnclor will not only return
plans bat Hiihlult a bona tide bid to the Hoard
ot l-Muratlon on or be to re tho date of lettliiK,
othcrwlso the dcpohlt will he forfeited to the
full Instructions will lie found In the sped
tlcatlous. The school Ixmrd reserves the
right lo reject any or all bids.
hi the County Court oT Webster County
htaYkok NKIIUASKA, I Uk
Webster County. f "
In tho matter ot the t'Htato o( Mary
CKHDlTOHSof said estate will take notice,
that the time limited (or presentation and
tllliiK ot claims attains t tho same Is October
llth, tuitl; and (or the payment ot debts I
March 7th, 1917, that 1 will sit at the
county court room In said county on tho 16th
day ot October 11)10, nt 10 o'clock a.m., to re
ceive, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections duty tiled.
Dated this t7h day of March, A. I)., 19tt.
(Seal.) A. D. HANNKY. County Jiidife.
In the County Court of Webster County
HTATK Ot' NKIIUASKA, I uu
Webster County, f"
In tho matter of thoestato of .lames Mil
ton Steward, deceased.
UltlMMTOitHof said istate will tako notice,
that tho tlmo limited lor presentation and
tllliiRot clalniRaKAlnst tho same Is October
"Hi, 1U1I1; and lor the payment of debts Is
March :id, HUT, that 1 will sit at tho county
court room In said county on tho Utli day of
October, A. D. IUH), at 10 o'clock, A. M., to
reciho, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims nnd objections duly tiled.
Dated this .Idday ot .March, A. P.. lUlil
a. i). uXnm:y,
(si:i.) County .Indue.
In the County Court of Webster Count y.
March Term Of
District Court Over
Judge Uungan Mulshed the March
term of district court, on Tuesday, dis
posing of the following additional
Lola Hilton v Josie Nyberg, jmlg
juent tor plaintiff for 8."17 tiC.
Clark Implomont Co. v Win. K. Wal
lace, set down by tho court for it jury
linker A- Co. v Hodge, dismissed at
Paul Mills v Henry Vonderfccht
verdict for defendant.
Charles A Campbell v Floyd Christ
Ian ot al, sulo confirmed. Supersedeas
bund ilsed at STtX).
K.rcd Walker v Peter Ltiliu tt al,
tuiu'iv minor uiivistmieut ly the court
Occidental Hldg .v Loan Assoc, v
Stark et al, continued tor the term.
Spencer E. Dailcy v The City of Hod
Cloud et nl. demurrer of defendant
sustained. Plaintiff given '.10 dnvs to
flleamcndcd petition t . '
Charles Gestring v Anna M. Cook et
al, decree quletjoff tittle-as proved by
plaintiff. 'J ""'"
" Sm?f9('Wrosr v'ilacob lC Ellinger
etali(co'ntlnued for the term,
fc rna Riist v Lloyd Rust, deqree of
divorce ' ibrn plalutlff s prayed, at
'plalhUfl'a coats, . ,
TO PAUL 0. PlIAHK.": You aro hereby
cottfled that on tho llth day of November
1915 Willhelmlna 11. rharcs tiled a petition
against you In the district court of Webster
county, Nebraska, the object and prayer of
which are to obtain a divorce (rom you on
the Kround that that you hao willfully
abandoned the plalnttir without good cause,
for tho term of two yiars last pnst aud that
you have wantonly refused to furnish uult
able maintenance (or tho plalntlU.
You are required to answer satd petition
on or beforo Monday, the 15th. day of Stay,
WlLI.IIKI.MINA li. I'HAIIKS,
U. II. Minor Dr. S. S. Dcardorf, M. D. C.
Manager Veterinary In Chargo
C. H. Miner Serum Co.
Anti Hog Cholera Serum
Wire or PMm nt fir Expense
U. S. Veterinary License No. 45
Dr. R. V. Nicholson
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
1ST Office Oveii Ai.nitioin's Store
State of Nebraska, (,.
Webster founty. H
In tho matter of the estate of '.ylplm
Creditors ot said estato will tako notice,
that tho time limited lor presentation and
tlllitK ot claims against tho same Is Septem
ber 2rth, 11)11), aud (or tho payment of debts Is
January rth,il9i7, that liwlll sit at the county
court room In said county on tho S6th day ot
September, A. 1). 1010, nt 10 o'clock, A. M., to
recelvo, examine, hoar, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections duly filed,
Dated this 21st day ot February, A. !., 1010
(Soul) A. I). Uamnry,
THE ALARM is a dreadful thing
OF" FIRE for tho man without
insurance. Every time he sees the
engines racing along his heart comes
up In his throat if the fire is anywhere
near his place. What folly, what mis
THE COmr Or is so small that it
INSURANCE need hardly be
considered. The freedom from worry
alone is worth it many times over
Have as Insure you to-day.
O. C. TEEL,
Seainq ffaehioe JHotors
Why work your&eif to death pedaling a Sewing
Machine when a Sew-E-Z Motor will do the work for
They are light, therefore do not bother you in El
your work. Will lit onto any Sewing Machine with
only one clamp. You can sew fast or slow by pressing
with your foot. Absolute foot control. Any child can lL
H minapulate one. You can run them slow or fast as vou
Come In And See
The Price Is Right
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ON JHE FIRE
That's when you be
gin to realize the kind
of Groceries we keep.
There is cooking satis-
2S5SSS faction in them.
Buy your Groceries
from us. Save your
money. Save your pa
tience,, .and'then your home: wjfl indeed be a-Jiappy one-
HUIER W. H AKSHUL
THE SANITARY GROCERY
Does your head ache?
If so, there is a CAUSE
Have the Cause Removed by taking
R. E. Camp.
PHONES: -Iudependent 212
Bell, Red 161
Graduate P. S. C.
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You the Fixtures
E. S. Gaa-ber
( Independent 212
( Bell Red 101
Better Kodak Finishing
A Full Line of Supplies
MAIL YOUR order to IS
VCR STATE BANM
Rei Cltid Nebnska
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