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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1917)
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A Varied List of Summer Tours
Qlaclo-ThB clUhajf of the rujei tfranchur of the Koclilea, au Ideal vacation
Yellowstone 1a land of Rcysors, palnlort canyon", forests and waterfalls,
via thd Cody Way In automobiles, tlio pconlc adventure of the Sammor:
Estes flritrAColornnVs most beautiful vacation laud, by automobile from
Lovoland or Lyons. Uurllugton service otters both routes.
The Black Hills -Picturesque and cool; the land of ecented pines and
medicinal watora, cool nights, trout streams and automobiles.
The Big Horns-nib Western Adlrondacks; locality of quaint mountain
The Absarokas-Kmcm via Cody Scenic Road to Yellowstone, pig game
country and locality of splendid tourist ranches. Send for publlctlons,
"Glacier", "Yellowstone", "Estes", "Soonlo Colorado", "Kntich Life In
the Hufllalo Ulll Country", "Dude Ranches, Hlg Horn Mountains", "The
Black Hills". Lot us holp yoil plan your vacation in any of these attract
L. W. WAKELEY, General Passenger Agent
1001 Faj-uam Street, Omaha, Naur
N. B. Bush, Ticket Agent. Red Cloud, Neb.
IF YOU WANT A
PflUPflT OR I PfflER
Made Right Lettered
Right find Erected Right
OVERING BROS. & CO.
Makers of Artistlc'Monuments
Auto Hearse ' - Horse Hearse j
ED. AMACK j
(LADY ASSISTANT) " jj
ALL JHE PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB.
- ' - - J" "' ( f J
m -. m .itlkT TT t" L i nf.IJI
- Mrs. woert'MiueF w ?OT
W801tl ' ' &&Wmi
Mrs. Louis Wolf s,3 in JWMn!Mft:
over Sunday. ,
Miss Minnie IUclnson was Irtf Omaha
the lirfit of the week.
Vesten Ilobb was down to Ong the
forepart of the week.
' Francis Sullivan and Amos Cutlet'
mere la Campboll Sunday.
Chcsley Gunn of Co. K. was over
from Ulue Hill Saturday evening.
Misses Edltli, Elvanud Hlmicll Hath
vhlted friends in Ong over Sunday.
Mr. O. D Samsel and children visit
ed relatives at Doniphan over Sunday.
The Misses Loiia and Eita McCoy
arc attending Iustittitc at Hastings
Mrs 0. T. Moore rutumed Saturday
evening ftoui n short visit with fi lends
Mr. and Mrs I'. C. Graudstalf
Mr. and Airs. Chas. Uoyer autoed to
Grand Island Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Unas. McNnlr have been
looking over locations in Osceola where
they intend settling in the ncrir future.
L H. Warner left Monday morning
for Decatur, Michigan, where he In"
tends to spend severnl months with
0. P. Crtther, Jr., of this pluce and a
member of Co. K has been .commis
sioned First Sergeant at Fort Suelllng
Officers' Training Camp.
I Honesty Will Not
;i Dodge The Truth
YOU hear the
sermons Sunday at
the United Church
you may change your
mind about yourself
R. E. Hunter and wlfo autoed to
Nume Jones and family spent the
weekend at Guide Rock.
The M. B. Ladles Aid met Wednesday
with Mrs. Glenn Olmsted.
Mr. and Mrs. T Jones spent Sunday
at the Homer Daily home.
Chas. Olmsted is here from Beatrice
spending a few days with his wife.
Miss Genevieve Miller Is attending
Teachers Institute at Red Cloud this
Rro. Rob preached two very Interest
ing sermons at the Christian church
Ralph Stlckney and wife left Friday
for Ruskin where he ha9 a position in
The W. C. T. U. will give au ice
cream soclul next Tuesday night at
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hartwell left
the latter part of last week for an out
ing In the west.
Mr. nud Mrs. George Hastings re
turned the latter part of last week
from their trip cast.
Mrs Homer Dailey and daughter
spent Wednesday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Jones.
Mrs. lone Burgess has been spend
ing several days In the country with
Mrs. Van Negley and family.
Dlst. Sitpt. Kmbrec held the 4th and
last Quarterly Conference here Thurs
day night at thoM. E Church.
Mr. Moft'et und Mr. Hi Dunn autoed
to Hastings Sunday to see Mis Dunn
aud son, Gene We are glad to hear
that Gene is doing nicely and thty tue
almost sure of saving one eye.
11 a. m. Subject
"A Sinning Religion"
8p, m. Subject
"Why Don't God Kill the Devil?"
These Subjects will be continued Sunday
Central College of Osteopathy I
i cm iroosi iivonuo, nansas uiy, no.
15th Year Opens Sept. 10 Full Four Year Course
Tuition same as three year heretofore. CertlUcate issued on com
pletion of third yonr If desired, with the prlvllego of finishing
fourth year at any thuo without additional cost. Students can
make clinic practice equal tuitlou. Wrlto for particulars.
i r 4 a
Uo'bs of ttbl
rit . aa r.
'jSZ&t - C.l
asked to give anything to tlielr govern
ment, but merely to invest a small per
centage of the annual increment of
wealth in this country and take In re
turn from thcirgovernmeut the strong
est security on the face of Ood'scarth;
to receive in return for the money lent
ny, per cent per annum, both principal
and interest'e.vempted from all taxa
tion except estate or inheritance taxes,
and with the further provision that If
the government should issue nny other
bonds during the period of thts w'ar at
a higher rate of Interest the purchaser
of n Liberty Loan Doud may turn It in
and get a new bond at the hiirhor rate
"In protecting the credit of the
United States government you are pro
tecting your own credit, you are pro
tecting your own business, you are pro
tecting every interest you have iu life
and property. In doing that you are
rendering a patriotic service iu supply
ing the sinews of war to your country.
William G. McAdoo, Secretary of the
Boys Will Have Good Time
That the popularity of the Boys'
Camp is growing is attested by the
fact that sixty-eight bovs from thirty
four cotintles,have already completed
arrangements for attending. The
!3oys' Camp is doing a big work and
boys in these counties not already rep
resented will greatly profit by getting
iu touch with their county superinten
dents and getting their appointment.
I). C. ICelloy, Unit and truo naino unknown
Mrs. I. C. Kellcy, his wlfo, first und true
namo unknown; Herbert A. Tabor; Mrs.
Herbert A. Talxir, wlfo of Herbert A. Tabor!
first and truo namo unknown; Tho un
known Uelrs, devisees, legatees, personal re
prescntatlvcsand other persons Interested In
tho estate of any or all of tho aboro named
defendants It deceased will tako notlco that
on tho 13th day of August 1917, Charles F.
Wnllln, pialntlir herein, filed his potltlon In
tho District Court of Webster county, Nebras
ka, against each and all of tho above named
defendants, and that on tho 13th day of Aug
ust 11)17, Hon. II. S. Dungan. Judge of said
coutt, made an order for service of summons
on Bald defendants by publication In tho Hcd
Cloud Chief; that the object and prayer of
said petition aro to remove cloud from aud
quiet title In the abovo named plaintiff of
tho follow lug real cstato, viz., Lots 8, 9 and 10
In niock 1 In Qulllford's Addition to tho city
of Itcd Cloud, Nebraska, all In section HO
Townshlp2 North, Itango 11 west 0 I. M. In
Wobstor county Nebraska, and for equitable
You are required to answer said petition on
or before tho l day of October 1917.
Dated August 14, 1917.
OlIAIU.K-j V. Wai.i.is,
Ily Frank J. Munday
J I Is Attorney.
Kansas City Market
i CAR WEIR CITY NUT I
"TALK WITH US ABOUT LUMBER'
Trade With 'Chief Advertisers
They sell reliable merchandise Satisfaction Guaranteed
Kansas City Stock Yards, Aug. 13 -Cattle
received today 13,000 head, maV
ket strong to 15 higher on steers, top
114, 15 to '23 higher on cows, stackers
und feeders, 25 to 50 higher on calves.
Hog supply was 7000, market 20 to 30
higher, top $17.35. Sheep aud lambs
today 4,000, Utah lambs 815 .10
Variousjots of prime steers sold nt
Sll and the right kind would brinu
314.25. Gra.s steers soldTo to 15 high
er, weighty steers mostly at 810.00 to
S12.n0, tops at S13.35, for wintered
steers. Oklahoma steers sold at $3,25
to 811.75, including quarantines weigh
ing 1040 lbs. nt 811. Tho ilrst train of
Westeru Slope Colorados arrived, 13
cars, fiom Debequc, Colo , 1127 lbs.
average, at S10, 5. Cows were 15 to 25
higher, a car load early to au outside
buyer at 910, not extra fat. Calves
made a big advance, top reals 812.25.
Stockers and Feeders
Stock stecrsat 83.50 today were call
ed 91.50 higher than two weeks ago. A
feature sale today was 400 well bred
Hereford stock calves from Western
Kansas 375 lbs, at $9 03. Feeding
steers weighing 1025 lbs. brought?11.25.
It was a good market on all classes
from tho country.
Hogs arc skyrocketing iu the last
week, and nobody dures say where the
advanco will stop. A week ago tho
limit was put at 817 now people are
talking 820. Hoavy hogs brought 817..
33, medium weight hogs sold up to 817.
25, light hogs $17.10, pigs 813 to 814 50,
Immune stock hogs at 815 to 810, Ap
parently nothing Is being sacrificed,
and demand for imrauno stock hogs at
tho plants around the Stock Yards Is
very good, market up to 50 cents from
Friday. Recent rains aro making
some hopoloss looking corn fields look
much hotter, and if frost holds off tho
crop wlll.be much larger than pros
pects Indicated two weeks ago.
An Ordinance providing for the levying o'
City taxes of tho City of Ked Cloud. Nebra.
ka, for the Current Municipal year.
He It ordained by the Mayor and City Coun
ell of tho City of Hod Cloud, Nebraska.
Section 1. There Is hereby levied on all
the taxable property of tho City of Ked Cloud,
Nebraska, the following taxes on each One
Dollar of tho Assessed Valuation of both
Ural and Personal property lu said city for
tho purposes herelnaltor mentioned.
For General Fund 10 m'lls
For Interest on Klcctrlc Light Ilonds 1 mill
For Interest on Water Honds ... 2 mills
For Interest on Sower Iionds, 6 mills
For Maintenance of Klectrlc Light
Works . 0 mills
For Maintenance of Water Works... 2 mills
For Maintenance of Sower System..! mills
For Maintenance of Public Library 2 mills
For Maintenance of Streets, Cross
Walks and Water Ways..... 0 mills
Total 31 mills
Section II- This Ordinance shall o In
forco and take etlect upon Its passage, ap
proval and publication.
Passed August 7, 1917.
Approved August 7, 1917.
Attest: Uoiit. Damkiikm.
O. C. Ti-.ki. Mayor.
City Clerk. (Seal).
In the District Court of Webster County.
I). M. Ilynds,
j, F. Edwards,
J. F. Fd wards, defendant will tako notlco
that on tho Uth. day of July 11)17, I). M.
Ilynds, plaintiff herein lllcd his petition In
tho District Court of Wobster County, Ne
braika, against said defendant, tho object
and prayer of which Is to obtain Judgment
against said defendant In tho sum of SiW.10
with Interest thereon at tho rate of 7 percent
from tho 22nd. day of May 11)17. Said action
being brought upon a certain Judgment In
tho sum of SJ8ff.no rendered against said J. I.
Edwards In lavor of 1). M. Ilynds In an action
then pending before ltay Andcison, Justice
of tho Peaco In and for Yellowstone- County,
Montana, wherein said I). M. Ilynds was
plaintiff and J. F. Edwards ct al wore dolcnd.
unts, upon which Judgment f 17.60 has been
niiico collected by execution leaving n bal
ance still duo from ile'i'iHant to plaintiff
thereon In tho bald sum o. ?239.10 aud Inter
est. That In connection with said petition in the
District Court of Webster County, Nebraska,
was also illed na a part of tho same proceed
ing an tllldavlt for tho purpose 'of secureing
an order of attachment against eald defend
ant on tho ground that defendant is a uon
resident of the stato of Nebraska and has no
personal property In Webster County, Ne
braska subject to execution or attachment
but hs real oitato In sld county subject to
execution and attachment.
You aro required U answer satd petition
and order of attachment proceeding on or
before September a, 1917,
I). M, Ilynds, Plaintiff,
Ily Fred Maurcr,
lw of InctrMratrtt
defstanod. Incofb'oratbr. do
hereby fnipjrtsufthco of the Statutes of No
Urjuka, In such cases inado and provided,
assAato ourselves together as a body politic
amttorporate In the manncrnnd for tho pur
poses thereinafter mentioned.
Artfclo 1 The said corporation shall bo
named and known M Riverton. Inavale Light
and Ihwer Company.
Article 3-Tliat Its principle placo of busi
ness shall bo the City of lied Cloud, Webster
Articles Tho general nature of tho ba
ncss which may bo transacted by said corpor
ation shall be as follows:
To acquire laud and construct, maintain
and operato an electric transmission lino 'or
llncsover the publlo highway In said county
or counties, to purchase electric current, and
to soil said electric current to any person or
corporation along tho lino of said transmis
sion lines;! to Issue stock, bonds, or a mort
gage or othcrlegal evidences of Indebtedness,
and to do such other things as nro necessary
In the transaction of tho business above de.
Article 1 The amount of authorised capital
stock of said corporation shall bo Ten Thous
and Dollars, (El0.000.00). Tho amount ol
bondssald Company may Issue shall not ex
ceed Ten Thousand Dollars, (110,000.00).
Article 0 Tho oxlstehco of said corporation
shall coiumcuco when said articles of Incor
poration aro nied with tho Secretary of Stato
and county Clerk of said County, and aro
published according to law, and shall con
tinue for forty (10) years unless sooner ternil
nated by due process of law.
Article 0 Tho greatest amount ol liability
to which said corporation may nt any one
time ho subect shall not exceed two-thirds of
tho capital stock ol said Company.
Article 7 Tho capital stock of said Com
pany shall In divided Into 100 glares of Tw en
ty Five Dollars (SiVOO) each.
Articles Tho mint of said corporation
shall bo conducted by the Hoard of ilvo direct
ors, who shall hold such positions for a period
of one year from tho completion of the satd
organization of said Incorporation, and
annually thereafter said Hoard of directors
shall bo elected by tho stockholders from
among their number as shall be approved by
the by-laws of said corporation, hereafter to
be adopted by said Hoard of Directors. The
Hoard of directors shall chooso a President,
Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer, and
said Secretary and Treasurer may bo the
same person. Said directors shall perform
all of tho duties required In establishing and
conducting tho business allalrs of satd Com
pany and as provided by the by-laws of tho
corporation. Said olllcers shall each hold
his olllclal position for a period of ono year
unless removed by said Hoard of Directors or
Artlcloli Tho placo of meeting of tho said
Hoard of Directors shall bo at Ited Cloud,
Webster County, Nebraska, unless otherwise
ordered by tho Hoard of Directors holding
said ofllces from year to year. Tho said di
rectors shall as soon as convenient nfter the
formation of satd Incorporation elect said
olllcers at a meeting to bo held In lied Cloud
Nebraska, and provide for tho opening ol
stock subscription books and for tho trans,
action of tho business allalrs of satd .corpor
ation, provide tho necessary seal and record
book, which shall be In tho form to be deter
mined by the said directors. Vacancies lu
the Hoard of directors during tho first year
of the corporate existence bhall bo tilled by
the then holding directors, and thereafter
vacancies shall bo IU led by the said stock
holders lu tho manner provided by law aud
tho by-laws of this corporation.
Article 10 Theso articles of Incorporation
may bo amouded at any time. Every
imendmeut thereto shall first bo approved
by a majority ol tho holding Hoard of Direct
ors, and.upon being approved It shall bo en
tered at largo upou'the records of the Hoard,
to be accurately kept by tho Secretary.
Each of such amendments shall bo made a
part ol the articles of Incorporation and shall
bo acknowledged as the record, and public
and recorded In tho same manner as these
J. E. Mor.uis
' C. A. WAi.no
C. L. Wickwiiie
' G. D. AltNUl-
P. I. Eastwood.
state of Nobraska ).
bounty of Webster f"
Ou this 27th day of July, 1917, personally
Appeared before mcJ. E. Morris, C. A. Waldo
uid C. L. Wlckwlrc to me well known to be
he Identical pcrtons whoio names were af
ilxod to tho foregoing n-tlcles of Incorpor
ation, and they severally acknowledged the
execution of tho same to be their voluntary
act and deed tor the purposes In said articles
Iu Testimony Whereof, I havo hereunto
Mibscrtbed my namo and atllxed my olllclal
seal tho day and year Ilrst abovo written.
C. II. HUIIOESS
(Seal) Notary Public.
NOTARY ACICNOWI.EDOEM ENT.
Stato ol Nebraska lBa Ho It Hcmombcrcd.
Franklin County i ss That on this 127th day
ol July A. D , 11)17 boforo Uo undersigned
N. It. Morrow a Notary Public,' In and for
said county, personally came CI. D. Ar.
nup, P. P. Eastwood to mo known to bo
tho Identical persons' .whose names are af
fixed to and who executeil the foregoing
Instrument as grantors nud acknowledg
ed tho same to bo their voluntary act and
deed for tho purposes therein set forth.
Witness my hand and Notarial sesl tho
day and year last abovo written.
N. It. Moituow
(Seal) ' Notary Public.
My commission expires tho 17lh day of July
By Virtue of a writ of execution directed to
mo from tho clerk of tho District court of
Webster County, Nebraska, on a Judgment
obtained before Hon. II. S. Dungan lu the
district court of Wobster County, Nebraska,
ou the 18th day of October loin In favor ol
Pearl Arnold as plaintiff, aud against Arthur
Arnold as defendant, for tho sum of thirty
six hundred dollars and flO.OO per mouth sup
port for plaintiff's Infant child on which
there Is now duo six hundred and twenty
dollars and accruing costs, I havo levied upon
tho following real eBtato taken ns tho pro
perty of said defendant, to satisfy the
amount duo on said Judgment to wit:
Tho undivided ono ninth Interest In all tho
following real estate:
Northwest quarter of section four, lots
three and four In section four, lots one, two
and six In section seven, all of aforesaid real
cstato being In township one, North, Knuge
twelve, WobsWr county, Nebraska.
And will otlcr tho samo for sale to tho high
est bidder, for cash lu hand, on tho 2ind day
of August A. D., 1917, at tho south door of the
court house, being tho front door thereof,
(that being tho building wherein tho labt
term of court was hold), at tho hour of 2
o'clock p. m of said day, when and whero
dueattendanco will bo given by the under
signed. Dated July 10, 1917.
Sheriff of said county.
y tiffivi1 ilfjy
the iniuted maa'i Mnt thought it oae ol
thankiulneis that he is to. How abou
t your thoughts if a fiitcman should ap
pear al )our home?
Before the Fire
is the day to iniure. As that day may
be to-morrow for all you can kaow or
do, it fellows that prudence would im
pel! you to stop in our office to-day aad
)h&ve us issue you a policy,
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