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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1916)
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Red Cloud, Nebraska.
PUDLISHED BVEKV THURSDAY
Kntcrcd In the I'oMonire nt Hid ( luuri, Net),
nil Htvnnd (.'Inns Mutter
A 15. McAUTHUK
TUB ONLY DKMOt'ItATU' I'Al'KK IN
Tho Democratic Uoni.ty Central
Committee hold u meeting In , Hod
Cloud on Saturday afternoon, Mny 20,
and among tlio miitiy matters of busi
ness brought before these worthy gent-
lcnien, was the holding of u Delegates
Convention. It was put to n vote and
the result was tlmt the date bet for
this event In to be July '.':'. and thu
plnce, lied Cloud
Owing to the number of friend of
A. V. Ducker writing his name on the
Democratic primary ballot for County
Treasurer (no regular candidate having
filed for this olllee), thin popular citi
zen has decided to throw his hat into
JiVthtfifliiK with the other aspirants and
annoikities that he will bo pleased to
, receive 'Ho .voles of his ninny friends
'nt the regular election. Mr. Ducker
needs no Introduction to the votcts,
as ho is wqlVMtnown nnd Is n highly
respocledcltlzeti and competent to as
sume the 'duties of that olllcu, should
ho be successful in the raco. He was
also endorsed by tuo County Central
Among thu names that appear on
the Democratic ticket, is that of Keith
Neville, candidate for Governor. Ho
is a resident of North Platte and is
one of tlio successful business men of
that thriving llttfb city, and lias al
ways been a loyal democrat and a
booster for Ills town, state and party
and deserves the support of everyone
who professes to be a loyal democrat.
lie is not only u favorite amoug the
men of his own party, but is also high
ly spoken of by his political oppo
nents. The North Platte Tribune, a
staunch republican paper that bos
weathered the storms of adversity,
and also received their share of pros
perity, for the last thirty-five years
was one of the first to express his
candidacy and devoted considerable
jupace in their paper to express their
opinion of Mr. Neville as n favorable
caudldato for this otllce. He is well
bpoken J of by the ministers of
the; gospel and, the laymen alike,
and no one seems to be able to find a
spot or blemish in his character. He
is a strong advocator of better roads,
better government, in fact, is willing
to lend a hand to help in any worthy
cause, if you have never had the
pleasure to know this man, or know
ing of him, now is the opportune time
to become better acquainted with. An
3t marked before his name on your
ballot wul sliuw that J on have thine
your sham toward placing the riht
man in the governor's chair.
When in need of prin'o 1 m Utor of
any kind cill at, the Chief olllco the
home of "(Quality" printing.
4Studrt$hckton 8Jlhrt &Smith
&avd the (Honor io Present
WHICH IS DEUF.VED TO RK THE MOST NOTEWORTHY
ACHIEVEMENT IN THE 1UST0KYOP MOTION FICTUllL'S
with acknowledgments to
forfaefs ccMizech"DEVmsmS$ AMCWA
Orpheum Theater ?,.dud
Fri.-Sat.-Sun., June 9-10-11
FIVE - PERFORMANCES - FIVE
Friday-Saturday, Matinee 2:30, Night 8:30. Sunday, Matinee 3:00
Chll lien 2,ric, Adults r, j Seats now on jalo at Newhouse Jewelry Store.
Amboy Mill A Elevator Co. v Harris
.Johnson U. Wlsccnrver v Kootit.
Charles 14. Ogelvle v L. A. Glebe.
Francis A Vance v L. A. Glebe. Con
tinued. Clark Implement Co. v Wallace. Con
tinued. Occidental Illdg & Loan v Walter
Lucy M. Stonebroaker vsS. C. Shuck.
Occidental Dldg A: Loan v Sarah
C. A. Schultz v John L. Christian et
al. Sale confirmed. Supersedeas
bond fixed at J .'.00.
In the matter of theEstntoof Robert
Wilson, deceased. Sale confirmed.
M. B, Corner v Franklin W. Cass et
Donald E. Cloud ct al v Hnttle I
Orchard et al. Not at Issue.
Alice A. Hanks v Laura Prentice et
al. .Hale confirmed,
Malone Avery Co. v John O Veiscr
ot al, Continued for term.
Occidental Uldg & Loan v Stark ct
Wllhemlna II. Pharcs v IMulC. l'har
es. Divorce for plaintiff
Frederick Hlanko v Elmer Fogg
Spencer E. Hailey v City of Red
Cloud. PlalutliT given leave to file
S. C. Shuck v David 1'. Mclulnch
Defendant given leave to lite answer.
Fred Walliu v William S. Uarber
Josephlno I.amborn v Frank Lam
born. Divorce for plaintiff and cus
tody of minor children.
Blanche Jenkins v Ethel May Cum
tilings. Sale confirmed.
Saunders Uros., v J. II.. Ellinger.
Settled and dismissed at plaintiff's
Hannah Weigel v John Welgel. Di
vorce for plalntitT.
Pearl Arnold v Arthur Arnold. Suit
money and attorney's fee allowed.
Dora Weideman v William T. Mount
ford. Judgment for plaintiff.
William J. Overman v Homer Fox et
al. Decree as per journal on flic.
I) J.O'Keefo v Fiank A. Wilcox.
Judgment for plaintiff for 82538.
Mary C. Wilson v John 0. Wilson.
Judgment on Mandate.
Ellsha A. Coe v Wro. J. Howard.
Not nt Issue.
The following were granted natural
ization papers: Dimltr LazarofT, Hlue
Hill: Kalph Rose, Rosomont; Louis
Oestcrblad, Guide Rock; Nils Etnil
Olsson and Abraham Yehiey of Red
Cloud. ' v.
Pupils wishing to tnko lessons on
violin, piano, all striae and brtiss in
stititneuts will please call or phone
Prof. A. A. I.eltoy, Royal Hotel, Red
Mrs E A Crcightou was In lUue
Hill, Wednesday, visiting her sister,
Mrs. C. F liund and family.
Will Suit You to a "T"
I tens Crackers
Salmon in 10-15
20-2 5c Cans
Morton Salt in
Tue.s'ay, May 30th., is 'the day set
aside by nation and state, to decorate
the graves of the deceased soldiers ot
the Rebellion. During the past year
many comrades have passed away, and
are now located in the teutless camps,
never to answer the bugle cbII on
earth. The scarcity of those who took
part in the defense of our country
should remind the young that their
time is passing jubt as rapidly.
All loyal citizens should observe this
day, therefor I, llobt. Drttnerell, Mayor
of thu city of lted Cloud, respectfully
request that business in the city be
suspended, that bu-dness men attend,
and tukt putt in Hie xxeivKe-, and
that all loyal citizens, by their pies
enee, show their respect and gratitude
for hervices rendered by the soldieis of
1801. llobt. Oamerell, Mayor.
Get Together Campaign;
Tho Congregational churches of Ne
braska are sending out men to vi-it nil
of tho churches in the state, and to
hear reports on the work for the past
live years. These men will meet with
the Red Cloud church, on Fiiduy, May
Jtith, beginning at :i p. in. The after
noon session will be occupied with re
ports, conferences, and discussion of
methods. At 7:110 there will be a rally
of all ineiubuis and friends' of the
church, for a social time nnd brief ad
dresses by the visiting team, followed
by a lunch, charge per plate lfic A
ueneral invitation is given for the even
Doyle Purchases Pool Hall.
Powell Bros , pioprietors of the 'IV
poo Smoke House, have sold this pop
ular amusement parlm in Matt Dnyle
Mr. Doyle was form ily -a hu-iness
man in this city, mil his uiiiny friends
will be pleaded to ee his name on tho
list of our buslines men. He i well
hUed by all who know him, mid his
patrons uiv assured of every couite
v while wiling away the hours in his
place of business. Powell Bros, eutuu
here from N'eligh, about a year ago,
and have made many friends, who will
regret to see them I'eavo our midst
Ar yet, they luve not decided on any
other business venture Matt will
take charge Monday.
Locales Mr. Chaffin.
Shenill' Hedge, on last Sunday, lo
cated Tom Cluflln, uge r,9. who dissnp
pnared from his homo at Blue Hill, on
May lSth. He found him in a vacant
building on a'.faim, about fourteen
miles north or this city. Ho had re
mained in this place for nine days
and had e.Nisted on pinched corn.
The cause of his straugo conduct Is
attributed :ilnancialdirtlcultles and to
tho fact that he had squandered a sum
of nioneyr.lii dissipation which was
needed to supply .thu necessities ot
The sheriff talked to him like a big
brother, and after considerable plead
ing, Induecdlhtin to letnrn to his home
ii Blue Hill.
"We Are What We Eat"
HIMWmKIl I inwiniw
Is A Well Known Old
THEN WE SHOULD
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II: jV 'vlSt.
You spend more money (or Things To Eat than for Things
To Wear. Buy your Groceries from us; Take the
money you have and let us sell you also your things to wear
WE HAVE NEW GOODS
THE MINER BROS. CO.
General Merchants. A Mighty Safe Place To Trade.
"REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
B. W. STEWART
Attorney, Bonded Abstracter
Cyrus J. Jennings & Wife to Henry
H. Hite, E&NEVi 15-4-12 wd.
State of Nebraska to Paul Schultz
& E. A .King, NE'iNWVi, Ntt
SW4 & Gov. Lots 8 and N& 9
in 7-1-10 deed 859.81
Paul Schultz, single, to E. A. King
see instrument, wu $i.uu
E. A. King & Wife to Paul Schultz
see instrument, WD $1.00
John M. Martin, single to Benja
min F. Carper, Lot 5 & W.fe 4,
Block 14, Blue Hill, WD . . . .$250.00
II. E. Bowen to Frank Ilinmnn. pt.
out Lot ,'5, Rohrer's Add. Blue
Hill, WD $1.00
E. U. Overman & Wife to Lillic A.
Bohror. Lots 'Jo to 2S, Block !!,
Garbor'rf 2nd Add. Red Cloud.
Stephen Krehshnch to Fred Krebs
hach, SisXW4 & NW,NE'i
L'o-l-i), WD $1000.00
HukIi B. Hunter & Wife to John A.
Norris, W"jNW'i 18-2-i), WD.
Rodu L. Soderlin to Andrew Soder
lin, Lots :t() to 111 Blk. 1 nnd Lots
1 to 5, Blk. 2, B. & J. Add. Red
Cloud, WD $1.00
John C. Fussier to R. G. Shields,
NE'i B5-4-10, WD $11,000.00
F. L. Mathews to Carrie B. Schel
lak, Lots 7, 8, !, Blk. 1, Sub-div.
Annex Lot 12, Red Cloud, WD $1.00
Tunics II. Greenhalgh to Richard
Greenhalgh, Und. Int. in Wj
7-2-!), & Lots 5, (i, 7, 8, 9, Blk.
18, Cowles, WD $1.00
Annn Nesmith to Richard Green
halgh, Und. Int. in WVfc 7-2-9 &
Lots 5, (!, 7, 8, 9, Blk 18, Cowles
Richard Greenhalgh to James II.
Gi'eenhnlgh, S2 SWli 7-2-9
Richard Greenhalgh to Mnrgnret
Vance. N'sSWVi & SjNWi
7-2-9. WD $1.00
Frederick C. Nass to Peter Kne
hnufl, NW4 23-il-9, WD.. ..$8U0().00
Charles E. Stevens to W. C. Frahm
Lot 12, Blk. 1-1, Blue Hill, WD.
Frahm to Herbert Hnwley
15, Blk. 14, Bine Hill, WD.
William Lcetseh to Carl Cornelius
SW'4 8-4-9, WD $9,000.00
Charles Potter to James Peterson
W 4 feet Lot 1, Blk. 1, Williams'
Add. Red Cloud, Deed $1.00
When in need of printed matter let
Us quote you our price-.
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Orpheum, Wed., May 31
Vi.s . . , ,.,ri i
Saying. IE This Is True
EAT ONLY TE BEST!
g5 will suit you
to a "T"
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
Card tf Thanks
To all the friends and neighbors
whose sympathy and services were so
kindly tendered In our time of bereave
ment, we desire to extend our sincere
thanks. Mrs. Miksch and family.
New Rate en Farn Uais
I can now make you a lower rate on
Farm Loans than was ever made in
this county beforp. Best option given
and money always ready. 1 also have
private money to loan on reasonable
terms Please write me or call for me
at StateBauk, Red Cloud. C. F. Cath
Notice to Teachers
The Webster County Institute will
behold in August, probably the week
beginning the 11th.
dertiudu L. Coon, Co. Supt.
Farms For Sale
Throe Rood farms In Harlan county
adjoining the town of Huntley.
A II. Cai.i'EXteic, Agent
Claude Conley purchased an auto
mobile Monday of Clyde Wiekwiie
Mt.s. Tabor, mother of Will Tabor,
is quite sick at his home.
Clyde Wickwiioand family visited
in the country Sunday.
Mr. Strong and wife, Mr. A. Myers
and wife autoed to Red Cloud Monday.
Mac Fulton Is again' able to be on
our stieets and is as happy as ever.
Claude Conley and Charley Martin
were in Red Cloud Tuesday.
The M. E. Ladles Aid met with
lieorgo Matklns, Wednesday.
Harry Cloud is having a new
Mr. Hunter is having a new
Mr and Mrs Geo. Ilnstinus nnd Mrs
S E, llnldredgo autoed to Red Cloud,
C. Underwood, Loyd Barker and Her
ald Leonard commenced working on
the section Tuesday
Mr. ami Mrs. Claionce Reed ,m 1
children of Guide Rock visited their
aunt Mrs Emma Smith. Tuesday.
Wold was received here Mninlay of
the niri'iae of Mrs Ada Koelmel.
Wo wish her health and happiness in
her now home at Powell, Wjoining.
The tenth grade Kraduatoc uumeuo
tnent pre c;iain jjlven on Thursday even
ing was well attended and en loved bv
(Juite a number altemldd the pro
gram ghen by the Misses Boner and
THE OLD RELIABLE
MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR
of all varieties
Golden Gate Spices
Dr. Prices, Royal
K. G, Quality and
Kelloggs Corn Flakes
Krinkle Corn Flakes
Bran Flakes .
Puffed Wheat and Puffed Rice
Grape Nuts and other
Leading Breakfast Foods
Dickcrson's scholars Thursday after
noon at the Christian church and wa
enjoyed by all. Both teachers nave
done exceedingly well considering all
Rev. R. B. Hill, of McCool, omeraed
four children and received a number of
Krown people into the Methodist
church on Wednesday evening. He
also delivered the address to the tenth
Orpheum, Fri., May 26
r. e. camp, p. c.
Bell Red li'.l
Is iu,u' iimly to iiliiLuyutir sale ilatts.
m Ask ,iu i ne as to tn iuallilcatlun8 "J
, tor whom I haeerlii snlis. Inilepo J
J iknt pii in fr- t'li in, iitt , I ri or c:il
J . Km CiOL'n, Nf .11 Jp
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
(Work Guaranteed i
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You tho Fixtures
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5 COL. J. H. ELLINGER :
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