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M I NfeES
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Chas. L. Cotting
Sheriff Hodge was in Bluo Hill Mon
thly. Jake Kllingor was in St. .Joe this
Arch Horon was down from Cowles
Nardy Marsh of Cowlos was in town
Mike Dunlin was clown from Hint
Goo. Warren and wilo are home
Chas. Starr was over ffom Lebanon.
Mrs. James Melntosh is on the slrk
list this week
Mr I,. II. Uluekledtfe was in Hloon.
John Weesner was in Superior the
first of the week.
The comity commissioners are in
session this week.
Don't forgot the Fanner's Institute
January -M. 25, ii,
See Dr. Stockman for eye glasses.
d'ood six room house for rent, hi
(mire of 11. V. (.inlliford.
Some good" residence lots for sale,
lutjniroof H. W. C.ulliford.
John lla.elbaker has nought the
Kidd farm south ol this city.
Farm Loans,! am again ready to
make farm loam at the lowest rate
and he.st tei ins. I am sole agent for
Trovett, Mattis A Bukor. Some pri
J. H. Bailey. Heil Cloud. Xehr.
1 A. t: Atkins of the llrm of Athliw A
J Harbor was in Line ln this vu'ek.
I Itigular tuotiiiiig srrviro with m r
, m n at Uitp'ist church net Sunday
' Calicoes- American 1'iints l'lve
I cents per jatd -Mini it l'.nns and Co.
Ilov. J. .M. Dates will hold tegular
services at (irace ehtiich nest Sunday
tico. V l.lndsey and W. 1.. Weesner
returned to Lincoln Monday morning.
Paul Storey ami Dun Ci.irber were In
Hustings Monday returning Tuesday
Foil St.t:: -House and 2 lots. For
j further particulars inquire of !.. 12.
i Ai.rvl.i'A Foil Sm.i : lit the stack.
lii(ttlri)of Miss Uclle Spaiiogle. lluial
1 phone 10).
! 0. U. Smith and wife left for Mori III'
ICas. W'ediit-sday morning to be gone
over Sunday. (
For cish rent. A lino well Improved
quarter close tn I'ed Cloud Inquire
i Mis. T. 11. Larrlck went to Broken
j How, XebiHshu tn make a visit with
1 her (laughter.
Mr and Mrs. Al (Jalusha. are visit
ing at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. I'has.
i I'lattlthis week.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Dean and Frank
Dean went to Aikansas City, Kas .
i Tuesday morning.
, Dillv Orttnun, forcinan of Hie lii'iulor
at Dine Hill was a- pleasant caller at
this otliee Monday.
Walter Scott and several others were
down from Blue Hill this week attend
lug County Court.
Two choice well improved farms
elobo to town for sale by Si:u.aks,
(Aicutniutid lit' i chimin.
Chas. Dennett, Jim MeDride, Jack
' Waller, Oo. Holt mil others were
down from (Jowle.s today.
For rent for CASH A fine well lm
, proved f GO acre farm Close to Red
Cloud. - Inquire at this office.
I Mr. Tackett anil wife came in Moil
'day morning for a visit with their
daughter. Mis. J. T. Diamond.
1 Monday evening, Henry ililhani and
' Morton Smith wereirlvcn the initiatory
degree in the I. O. O. !'., lodge.
' Well improved SO acres close to low u
for sale cheap and on easy terms
Si.i.r.vux, (.lAiiitL'i: and Ht'icili-ox.
Mr. J. 12. Jarhoc will preach at the
' Indian Creek school house next Sun
,.diiy, Jan. 1.1th., at II p. in. All come.
All exhibitors bringing hogs to the
. Farmer's Institute will be expected to
i furnish their own material for hog
, Mr. Throne will preach at the Hreth
, ren church next Sunday morning and
Mr. Jnrboc in the evening. All are in
vited. I Fur cash icnt. A line well improved
quarter close to I'ed Cloud. Inquire
' at tills ollice.
Mr. (irover C'levlainl l.oy and Miss
Anna Jensen, daughter of 11. J. Jensen
I who lives near Inavale were married
' Sunday at noon by Rev. Hummel at
' his home south of town. The young
couple will make their home in this
2R.S. J. CUNNINGHAM
I Successor to Dr. .. S. EMIOH
I At the old stand over the
.State Bank. Phonef3fl.
The Miner Bsos.
January 7 to 1 4th. Inclusive
Take advantage of this sale
and you will save money.
The Sale of All Sales.
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m-,-,H' , it-, -ii, 'i ,, u in oiil'vii'ii ii
day attending his hi other John Wees
The Degiee of Honor meets next
Tuesday evening, lively member is
lequested to be piesentas the olllcers
for this year will bo Installed.
Joe Fogel will give a f.l.OO Dap Kobe
for the Dest Driving Mare at the
Farmer's Institute January 121. '2", till.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the lied Cloud Creameiy
Association will be held Satuiduy.
Jan. 'J l. I'M i. J. K Uivki.kx, Pre.
This week Ait Myers sold his pool
lull to Walter Means who has taken
charge of the same. Ait has gouu to
Ualilornia. We w Ish vou success Walt
er. Claionce tiiiin who is employed by
12, II, Xewhou.sc in Ills jewelry stoio
left this week for (!rccnvllle, 111.,
where he will spend two week's vacat
ion. Hoy Uust proprietor of the Koyal
Barber shop has installed an electric
massage machine and you are cordial
ly invited to call for a shave, hair cut
A stag party was given at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perry Wednes
day evening in honor of her brothor
John Weesner w'ho got married at
(Jeo. (JrllVeth and family left Tues
day morning for Clay Center, Kits.,
where they will make their future
homo. IJeorgo will bo a traveling
salesman for the Dr. Baker Medicine
Mrs. W. D. Weesner and daughters
Miss Cora Weesner and Mrs. Frank
Perry were in Superior today attend
ing the wedding of Miss Nelly Sham
baugh to Mr. John Weesner of this
On Wednesday afternoon at I o'clock
at the home of Kev. CS. W. Hummel oc
enned the uiairiage ot Mr. Charley
Itenkle to .Miss F.tninn Havel. Itev.
Hummel performed the wedding cere
mo"y. 'I ho marriage of Miss Nelly Sliaiu
baugh to Mr. John Weesner of Ued
Cloud, will take place tomorrow even
ing at the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. .Shainbaugh. -Superior
The following relatives of Mrs. .Syl
vester Day were here in attendance at
Mr. Day's funeral: J. V. Ben, and
wite of F.agle, Neb : 1-2. II. Sickinon of
lied O.ik. Iowa and J. K. Watkins or
Red Oak. Iowa.
The committee on poultry at the
Farmer's Institute wish to have all o
hibitors biingiiig poultry to the Farm
er's Institute to build their coops 2
feet square and ISO inches high so that
they will bo all of one si.o
Kellur I'opkn who for thepast year
has been the obliging assistant cashier
in the Webstt-r County Dank leaves for
Omaha Saturday uheie he has accept
ed a position with the lien Buscillt
company. Mr. (2opleu is a thorn and
eftlcient book-keeper and we -ire pleas,
ed to learn of his advancement.
The Ued Cloud Milling Co. have
installed a twenty five horse power
electric motor and will use citv cur
rent heratter. This will save operat
ing expenses or the mill and will elhl
a revenue to the city. Mr. Dhunond
believes in progiessaiid is quick to in
stall anything that will lender better
Just as much caic, in fact a little
more, should be exercised in buying
electric sad irons, as in buying any
thing else. Some irons use more elec
tricity than others in doing the same
work. (Jet your elect lie irons of
MoRii.Mir Dno.s.. they carry theanthur
ized iron, lie carcfull of "just us
good'1 electric irons.
The billowing shipped stock Sun
Weesner A Knout, J ears of hogs;
Sam Shuck. 1 car of cattle; Abe Delnh,
1 car of cattle; Jake Kllingcr, I car of
cattliy Frank Mcintosh, l car of cuttle;
Col. Wiggins, t cur of cattle; H. C.
Cuttor. 1 car of hogs; smith A- Kirk
patrick, I car oJ(Mes and mules.
1-2 W. Coplen received a telegram
Monday morning that his sistur, Mrs.
Hl.zie Snyder of I'ierceton, Indiana,
had died at Hllis.Kas,, where she had
been visiting. She had been visiting
in this city for sevl'iul weeks and hud
gouctlmt far im her homeward journey
when she died. Mr. Coplen departed
Tuesduy morning to bo piesent at the
Saturday morning about I o'clock
while our peaceful citizens were snor
ing their loudest u Hie alarm was
turned in Hint the second hand 'store
on Webster street owned by Frank
Henderson was on liie. The Hie jboyb
re-ponded quickly nud the lire was
soon put out. The building way gutt
ed eoinphstely by (lie and is almost a
total loss to the owner Fied Wallin
owned the building. We inidc-istaiid
that Mr Henderson's loss Is about
$.'m)0 mid that neither party hud anj
The (i. A. U and W. 15. C. held a
joint Installation of ollleeis Saturday
evening Mm. Tannic Dow installed
th.i Mliming olllcers in the W. 11 C :
Mis Vi-Coiikey. Piesldeilt.
Mis. Kiei. Senior Vice Pies
Mrs- Dobbins, Junior Vice l'rcs
Mr-. Uogfiu-ief, Chaplin.
Mrs. Dinnii l)u ker. Treasurer.
Mis. West. Conductor.
Mi. 12 Wclseh, (iuurd.
Patiiotic intruelor, Mih. Docker
Pi ess eoi respondent, Mrs. Welseh.
Assistant Conductor, Mm. Julia
Assistant iluard. Mrs. liaihel.
Color Dealer No. 1. Mrs. Tumor.
Color Dearer. No. , Mr. I.ols Mc
Keighiili Color Dearer No :i. Mr. A. Hedge.
Color Dealer No. I. Mrs. Lnlii John
son. After i he fust illation an o viler sup
per was sii v,.il and eervbody had a
Cm! o? liiittias.
To nil the triends whose sjmp:ith,
and s,.u i(vs were so kindly tendered
in our tfme of bereavement, also to
those sending lloweis and assisting in
the music We desire In extend our
Mrs S. Day,
Miss Mabel' Day,
Mr ami Mis.fluv D.ij
At Di'sMiiiues Iowa ociui red the mar
riago of Miss Mac Chauiioii and Mr.
Herbert S. Plumb. Miss Channoii is
an accomplished young lady who was
born and reared in the city of Des
Moincs. Mr. Plumb is the ycungest
son of Fred K. Plumb of this city and
was born and brought up here. The
tnarrlago occured Wednesday evening
January 1, mil. The many friends of
Herb as he is known hero will be
pleased to join with tlio Chief in wish
ing the young couple a long and happv
At her home in (iiuliehl township.
Mrs. M. J. Audrus. Tuesday, Jan. in
I'.Ml. at the age of 7 'l. veins, II months
and .'! dajs. Deceased was born in
New Ynik state Jan. 'Jl. iSlS, and
moved to this countiy in an early
day. Mis. Audi us was beloved ami
respected by all her neighboi.s. None
ever entered her home without a warm
welcome nor left without the warmth
of a genuine hospitality, so chaiae.tei
istic of the peojile of her ancestry
Diseiitje did not destroy the chat in of
a kindXiiiilulgent disposition, nor old
age dimmish her uiiselllsh solicitude
for hei" friends and loved ones. Ad
hering to the 1'ailh of her fathers, she
united with the Melhodisl chinch in
early life and loved te attend its serv
ices when health permit ted. While
she continued to enjoy the society of
her fi icnd.s ami grand cliildien she
has for several years realized that her
active life was over and with lesigna
lion awaited the Divine call from
death unto life.
Mrs. A minis leaves an only child,
Mrs. til lu Kent, to mourn her loss.
Her husband proceeded hei into the
great, , beyond In molt. Impressive
funeral services were held at the Ash
Creolf church to day conducted by
Kev Tompkins after which all that,
was mortal of this grand old mother
of Isreal was tenderly conveyed to the
Martin cemetery where, by the side of
her devoted husband where she now
rests in peace.
"Smooth the locks of silver hair,
On our mother's brow with tenderest
Gather the robe in liual fold
Around the form so still mid cold;
Lay on her bosom, puie us snow,
The fairest, sweetest Mowers that
Kiss her and leave her our hearts
Her pain is over, she sleeps tonight . '
Bill Passes House
Measure firanls Pension to All Union
and Mexican Veterans and Adds
Forh-F-be Millions to Roll.
Now is The Time To Select Your Xmas
Presents OUR Srnrlc is now rnmntafp
With all the Seasonable Lines. Come i
in and see us. : : -
Lici'iiSf'J Undertakers in Nebraska and Kansas.
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"The WhoSe Family"
is extended a cordial invitation
visit our studio and sit for
You can come singly or all at once. ?
It doesn't matter how or when you
come only so you come soon. Single $
pictures will be nice, but a group
picture would be lovely.
The quicker you come the sooner $
you get the pictures.
THE MODEL STUDIO
R.ed Cloud. Nebraska.
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" ? ,.flH . l?'r'..TH "'. r,,"I?,'44,,'.
WASlllXCiTON, ,lan. In The house
of representatives to day passed the
Sullovvrty general pension bill which
giants pensions flinging from 112 to
fitfd nor niolith to all soldiers who .scrv
ed nlnty dnyH inthu I'nlted States
army in the civil war and who have
reached tho age of ll',' yours. The bill
adds about i?l. -..1)00,000 a year to the
Speaher Cannon took the Moor and
made an earnest plea for the passage
of the bill The bill passed by !l!
Tho ineasuro provides for the pen
sioning of all union soldiers' regard
less of disability, thuonly requirement
being that they shall have attained
the. tige of t'i years.
Tlipscalaof nunsioiih tlxed'in the
uuvv bill, according to ago us follows:
Sixty-two years, SITi a uiuntli; lis
yeais, t)i( a mouth; 7 years, fr-'.'i a
montli: 7.1 years, Slid a mouth.
It was declared by the ndvocali-s of
tho bill that 100 veteians were dlng
rvt'i'i t iity-loui hours Omalia I ce.
? A New Harness Shop )
Having purchased the Harness Shop
formerly owned by A. C. Slaby.
I will be found first door East of
Saunders Bros, lumber yard where I j
will be pleased to meet all old cus-
lomers and new ones as well.
Honest prices and fair treatment will
be my Motto.
P. L. Hansen, Prop.
r THE NEW WAY OF SMOKING MEAT 1
nv applying two coats of "WUiailT'S CONDKNSED RMOKR
directly to tho meat with a brush aftor tlio meat lias koiio
IIiioiikIi tho salt, It will ho thoroughly imiokfil. will liavo a
iliilli'loiiii llavor and will keep hhIIiI and sweet and frco from
IiiMccts through tho cntlro summer.
Wright's Condensed Smoke
tin a lliiuld ninolco and contains nollilnc cxrent what l.s obtained
bv Iiurnlnir iiloltorv wood. It i.s nut ui In Huuaie tiuurt bottles only, cacti with a.
inot.it cnp. M' Krt KOi-n IN rtl'IK. A bottle will nmolw a barrel of meat
liSO lbi,. l"or nalo bv all drutfMKtH at 7fie. Jvory bottl guaranteed. AsIc
diiiKKlut for Klli:K UoOIC, "The Now Wav." lia euro to cot tho ccnulno
WUIUUT'a CONUnNBKU SMOKK. Matfo only by
. THE E. H, WRIGHT CO., Ltd., Kansas City, Mo.
H. E. GRICE, DRUG CO.
A R.are Opportvinity
Any one wishing to fit herself for a profitable and life
long occupation in cutting and fitting garments has the
opportunity now of learning at a very small cost.
But those that wish to take course in this
school must start on or before Feb. 1, 1911, as
my teacher will be removed to another school
after she finishes the January class.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your Money refunded.
R. A. TERRY, Red Cloud, Nebr.
The Red Cloud Chief $1.50
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