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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1922)
MD OLOUD, NEBRASKA OmEP
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AS TOLD TO US
J. E. Uetz spent Tuesdny in Cowlcs.
J. W. Linn went to Omalin Sunday
Sirs. Ed Amnrk spent Tuesday in
Di Stockman was in Hastings Sat"
Dr. R. S. Martin wr.s in Omaha the
first of the week.
Two good places to eat, at home
and Towell's Cafe.
Mrs. Milford Smelsov spent Satur
day in Hastings.
Joo Crow was down from Republi
can City Saturday.
Thnd Saunders of Campbell was in
the city Wednesday.
' Bert Lindloy was down from River
ton Friday afternoon.
Attorney A. M. Walters was down
from Blue Hill Tuesday.
Gus Fuller has accepted a position
in the II. E. Hall garage.
Donald Funk was n, passenger to
Hastings Wednesday morning.
Chi.Xnmcl is the best varnish iloor
and furniture. Sold by Cotting.
Rev. D. Fitzgerald returned home
Thursday evening from Lincoln.
FOR SALE A new No. 9 Oliver
typewriter. Inquire at this office.
Miss Edith Hoffman was a passen
ger to Hastings Monday morning.
Miss Mary Christian was a passen
ger to Franklin Thursday evening.
Cecil Barrett attended the ball
game at Superior Sunday afternoon.
Editor L. H. Schultz of the Kene
saw Progress was in the city Tuesday
Next Tuesday is Decoration Day.'
Clean your Wall Paper with Absor
cne. Sold by Cotting.
Cut Uowers for Decoration Day nt
0. S. Roinine's. Get your order In
Fred Jornberg, water service fore
man for the Burlington from McCook
was in the city Wednesday.
Lyall W. Williams and Miss Elsie
M. Guy, both of Guide Rock, were
granted a marriage license Monday.
Miss Edith Zeiss returned home
Saturday evening from Friend whore
she had boon visiting wi.h relatives.
John Brown departed Monday morn
ing for Kclliher, Minnesota, where he
will spend a few weeks with his son.
A. B. Crnbill shipped four cais of
hogs and Dclancy Bros, one car of
hogs to Kansas City Sunday morning.
State Agent 0. D. Hedjrc avived
in the citv Thursday evening to spon 1
a few days with his wife and fiunily.
Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Larrick and Wm,
Crnbill attended the, funeral of Mr.
Brule who resided near Campbell Friday.
Miss Josephine Davis went to Su
perior v Saturday morning where she
will spend the summer with her parents.
G. II. Felt shipped his houscho'd
goods to Almena, Kansas, Monday
whore they will make their future
Miss Elsie Post departed Tuesday
morning for Denver where she will
spend the summqr vacation with her
Mr. and Mrs. Perry of Harvard
spent the first of the week hero with
their son, County Clerk B. F. Perry
Miss Florence Bolingcr departed Sat
urday morning for Af ton, Iowa, where
she will spend the summer with her
M. N. Woodruff went to Omaha
Thursday morning to spend a few
Mrs. Oliver Powell spent Sunday
with her brother, Bruce and wife at
The Red Cloud Gun Club will hold a
merchandise shoot next Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Alf Nolan and Mr.
and Mrs. Jim McPartland spent Sun
day in Hastings.
Mi and Mrs. Harry Gilham of
Holstein spent Sunday . in the city
with their parents.
Mrs. Alice Hamilton went to Re
publican City Sunday morning for a
short visit with relatives.
Lyle Miller departed Saturday morn
ing for his home at Harrington where
he will spend the summer.
Herb Ludlow, Art Nelson and sever
al others attended the ball game at
Hastings Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Lacrecia Cantlin of Omaha
arrived in the city Thursday evening
to visit her brother, W. J. Lippencott
Miss Anna Gilham returned home
Saturday evening from Gothenberg
where she had been teaching school
the past year.
. Mrs. Carrie McKeeby returned to
Olney Springs, Colorado, Saturday
evening after spending a few days
with friends here.
Former Red Cloud Citizen
Murdered at Sargent
Broken Bow. Neb., May SI. Bcnja
mill Talln, broomumkor, ended nn
argument over u wheat Held with his
btother-iti'huv, John Wilson, cut-pent
er, ut Snrgmit Inst night, bv drawing n
revolver and shooting Wllbon twico us
they stood in the hitter's dooryard, w
cording to ollh-ct-s who took him and
Mrs. llson, the slain man's widow
and TalluVs sister, into custody.
Tnlln, after tho shooting, went into
tho Wilson home, whore ho boarded.
hihI btuttcd to eat his evening meal,
but, according to Mis. Wilson, got tip,
went outside and again shot the
wounded limn, killing him lictuntly.
Then Mrs Wilson called local utile
ers, SliorliTTiilbott of Custer county
brought the pair hero early today und
lodged them in the county jull.
Talin is charged with tho killing,
which he Is said to admit; Mrs. Wilson
is charged with complicity. County
oillcluls tonlte, declared that they and
Sargent authorities had "more than
suilieient" evidence to warrant placing
that charge against the woman. The
woman showed no emotion as she view
ed her dead husband, it is said.
Till In, a bachelor, lived alone, not
far from the Wilson home.
Lust fall Talin put several acres of
land owned by Wilson Into wheat,
Mrs. Wilson said Tho wheat did not
make a good stand, and last week Wil
son plowed it up and put it in corn.
This resulted in a heated argument,
according to the woman, which ended
in the tragedy.
Oillcial.s are of the opinion that a
deeper motive caused tho crime. Mon
day's Omaha World Herald.
Tho above mentioned John Wilson
resided in this city with his parents
for many yeais and worked at the car
penter trado hero. He was of a quiet
disposition. His wife was a former
resident of this city. His parents Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Wilson passed away
several years ago and his many friends
were surprised to hear of his tragic
Mrs. T. K. McArthur returned homo
Monday evening from Hastings where
she spent a couple of days with her
brother, Chas. Ireland, who under
went an operation for appendicitis.
Two inches of rain fell in this locali
ty the first of tho week which will
help the wheat along. Within tlhc
next few days the farmers will be
busy cutting the first crop of alfalfa.
Ferd Walker came down from Mc
Cook Tuesday morning to work as
fireman on the switch engine in the
local yards. Fireman Brewer who
lias been working this job went to
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stevens and
daughter went to Omaha Monday
morning where Mrs. Stevens will un
dergo an operation.
II. A. Roerig, claim agent for the
Burlington from Denver, Colorado,
was in the city Wednesday attending
to business matters.
Mrs. Ray Fordico returned to this
city Tuesday evening after spending
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Paul
New-house at Guide Rock.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ncwhouse and
baby of Guide Rock spent Sunday in
the city with their parents.
Orval Kraut of Womer, Kansas
spent Sunday in the city with his
mother, Mrs. Martha Kraut.
Glen Foe of Lincoln spent the
weekend here with his brother, County
Attorney H. S. Foe and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Hauck of Coffeyville,
Kansas, arrived here Saturday evening
to visit their son, J. W. Hauck.
Miss Nina Simmons went to York
Friday morning whero she will spend
tho summer'with her parents.
Afrs. H. C. Letson went to Seward
Tuesday morning to visit her sister,
Mrs. R. D. Moritz and family.
Glen W. Bramwell and Miss Vera
W. Watt of Guide Rock were mar
ried by Judge Ranney Monday.
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Mrs. R. V. Nicholson and baby re
turned homo Thursday evening from
St. James, Minnesota, where she had
been visiting her parents.
Miss Florance Peters went to Grand
Island Saturday morning where she
will spend a few days with her sis
iter before returning to her home in
A. li. Byrum of Bloomington, who
is aspiring for the nomination of
governor on the Republican ticket,
was in the city Saturday afternoon
and addressed the voters on tho issue
of the day.
Miss Cecelia Peterson went to York
Monday morning where she will spend
a few days with friends before re
turning to her homo at Smartville,
Nebraska, where she will spend the
summer with her parents.
Dr. II. E. Ashor and wife of Scotts
bluff were visiting her sister, Mrs.
Joe McCallum and family hero this
week. They wore called to Campbell
tho last of the week on account of the
death of her father, Mr. Brule.
Wm. Lain shipped a car of cattle
to Kansas City Tuesday morning
and Roy Kent a car of cattle to St.
Joe. Both men accompanied their
stock to market.
Miss Lucille George, of Broken Bow,
n granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.
II. Larrick of this city, won first place
in the state dramatic contest held at
Auburn last Thursday.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Fred Mande
villo was in the city Friday after
noon and took Joo Carr to Hastings
Federal Court sets June 12th nt which
time his trial comes off.
The local M. W. A. lodge is plan
ning on holding a class adoption in the
Masonic hall Monday, Juno 12th. Mr.
Woodley, of Lincoln, a special deputy,
is in tho city writing up a class.
Mrs. W. II. McKimmoy returned
homo Tuesday evening after spending
a few days at Konesaw at the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Schultz and
with her son, Karl at Iloldrege.
John Sheet's trial came off before
Police Judge B. W. Steward Friday
morning at which time he was fined
$25 and sentenced to servo 45 days in
jail. Mr. Sheets appealed his case to
the district court and B. A. Sutton
went his bond.
Grace Church Notes
Suuday School at 10.
Morning Service at 11.
Evening Service at 8.
To My Friends and Patrons
Having disposed of my
business to Lee ,R. Walker,
of Bloomington, I wish to
thank you all for the patron
age and courtesies you have
extended me and hope you
will give my successor the
same good business I have
had during past years.
J. O. BUTLER
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