The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, May 10, 1901, Image 1
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COWLES, Crnpo is doing a nice job penciling thu now hull. Jack Waller lms gono to work nftur ii 11 months' luy oil. It. A Simpson moved his real estate buck to Blue Hill tills week. Tho two lister hospitals in this town aro doing a lushing business t lif.su days. Mr. Pasco, solicitor for thu M. V. A. Accident association, is in town this week. A prominent member of the Blue Hill prevaricators was in town this week. - 1'iof Briekclof Blue Hill is teaching a class lieio on thu mandolin and mutur. Mr. (ireetihalgh's new tcsiduticu is progressing rapidly. Brubaker &Sons are doing thu work. The I). & M water service gaug is hutu raising the water tank und making other needed repairs. Court (not Kimgaioo) was in session tieie last week with Justice of thu Peace (.has. Putnam, P. M. ou the bench. Hilly Mottcr actually worked one day last week. Keep your eye ou Rippev for you cannot tell what will happen tlieso days. Jess Sprinklo says black oil had ought to be good for a roof paint for it is good for a plow share for hu has tried it (on tho roof). Somo parties were hero this week from Ohio looking up a location for a flour mill. Wo did not hear tho de cision but may bo able to report next week. A meeting will bo called hero in a few Uajs tor the purpose of incorpora ting Cow let as a village. This is a step in I In- light direction anil wo lire hoaiiilj in lavoi of it. Hi Hall, a funnel- citizen of this place but recently of Biuduu, has ar rived here and will occupy tho Franco piopuity at the corner of Cow avenue and Pasture street and will have his otlico in Brown's hotel. No doubt the 100 will have a new member after the Dr. gets located. The society here has improved won del fully in tho last few years and wo can just lay it over Bladen and Guide Kock in thu shade eveiy turn in the toad days but havo grown very slow. The prairie tiro that got away from n man near tho ranch a few days ago burned the barn and contents belong ing to Oscar Scribnor ami camu near burning the house. It burned over a largo pasture and nearly robbed over a hundred head of cattle and mules of feed. Suvoral nuw funcu posts woiu destroyed. Occasional. guide'rock. A. J. Hiyes is out again after his sickness. Harvny French of Jewell county, Kansas, was in town this week. Win Reeves is located in Denver. A frost hero Tuesday Might. C. Wagnci's liouso is about finished. Tho fanners in this vicinity aro all busy planting corn. A. Ii. Crary's now liouso is progress ing rapidly. Mrs. Louisa Sabin is quite sick. Wm. ii. Sawyer moved tho school house at Bostwick this week. Tho crcamary is doing a nice busi ness. O. W. Montgomery, A. Schorobourg, and Win. Kly wero at Superior Wed nesday. W. E. Montgomery is at Dubois, Nebraska this week. Cri?mB 8mt ! w m ramicr M. - ,- T - -W o Each time the United S'U:: Government has officially tested the baking P-vw.-c Lhc report has shown Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder of superlative leavening; strength, free from alum, absolutely pure and wholesome. This is gratifying, for Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is depended upon by millions of people to raise their daily bread. PRIOK BAKINQ POWOKR OO. OHIOAQO. NOTE. Tliep Govi'tmiiclit Inqulikii alio ilevrlnpeil tliu (act tlmt tliiTO are many mixture upon llio mniket made In Imltntlon f ImltliiK powder, but contulnlntr itlimi or otlier cnuitlc eld whubo uio In food is dungerous. "aVNaW ALMOST FORGOTTEN. IncUents oi Every Day Life Which Very Few People Stop to Think About on Accouut of Their Littleness. A short wlulo ago we heard some of the older folks who aro in tho habit of giving socials, making a "holltr" bo cause the young people didn't come around and buy all there was in sight. Now that may bo all right. Hut as a rule the joung people aro just the ones that do pationizo tlieso socials Hut how does it go when the young pcoplo give it social. How many of tho "papas" and "mamma-." go and upend fifteen cents to help them in a worthy ounce. An instance of this kind oc curicd last week when ttiu junior class guvo a social. How many older peoplu wero there. Wu will wager aycai'o subsciiptiou against a doughnut that there were not live. Ami then talk about the young peoplu not patron i.lng tho older people's socials The "older" social givers should learn a little lesson in lecipiocity. If jou haven't the ambition or are loo darn stingY to spend hfteeu rents to help a class of young peoplo in an honest effort for education it is poor policy for the young people io assist the older ones in an effort to save sumo heathen in a foreign country from going to hados by sending a missiouaiy at the post of two or tluee humiied socials i year. Pause, read and n tlect Di.n't try to "ling" everything for the poor heathon. Charity should begin at jjone.-"He who piovideth not for his own Household is worso than a" hog. This week while ipissi"B down the street our attention was attracted by a very drawing window display. Soino ono was selling vapor batli cabinets. The cabinet was displayed in tho largo snow window mid also a picturo of how the apparatus worked Wo don't know whether it was tho appaiatus or the picture that most attracted u.-. Hut it was undoubtedly the pictuie. Tho cabinets, wo jodgu from the pic Hire, are made for the gentler sex. At least tho one on xhibiiiou was a hum mer Seated contentedly on a stool in tho open cabinet (in the picture) was a very Veuub. Had it not been for the thin cloud of vapor which surrounded a small portion of her anatomy she might have been likened unto Evt without her fig leaf. Such pictures may ho all i ight for advertising a vaoor bath, but if u, slio.v would comu to town and put up such pictures somo people would stick up their noses and 'go after a bucket of gieon paint to paiutalig lent on them. Now is thu time to subscribe. Wiiilo talking with John 1'olnicky this week ho informed us that including his license this year hu had paid to thu city of itcd Cloud $10,000 as an occupation tax ami state Ux and at present did not have a side walk ou which to walk from his place of uiisinim to the poblotllce.-Vetily the ways of this woild are strange, . .J.H. (ireonlialgli and 10. T. Benton of Cowles wero dowu Sunday tauing in the sights. LINE. Weather cool witli light frost but no damage done to fruit. Tho meeting at l'ennv creek, Uist. 8, Sunday was largely attended. E. W Anderson commenced deliver- tug milk to tho lied Cloud creamery Monday. Tho farmers aro getting along nicely with thtir corn planting . Tho winter wheat and ryo aro look ing good and the alfalfa will ou bo ready for harvest. Earnest Heauchamp was laid up with a sprained ankln this week. Hemomber the Sunday school rally at Penny creek Sunday, May l'ith. G. W. Williams of Hostwick was doing business in Line this week. Friends received the nuws that Hilly moved to his now home in southwest Kansas last week STATE CREEK. Some of the alfalfa will soon do to mow as it is boot-top high now. L. N. Fitzgerald of thu li. it M. bridge gang was at home last Sunday. The Baker Medicine agent, Mr. Hus ton, was making the tounds as usual last week. Ed Cooper was notified by telegram a few days ago from Iowa of his aged father's serious sickness and has gone to see him in haste. Jesse Sapp and Leslie, his little threu year old boy, of (Jlen Elder, Milchull comity, Kansas have moved back and will hereafter maku their homu at his lather-in la w, Scri vnei s, on our creek. Planting corn is the order of tho day. A backward or late spring caused tho planting to bu very irregular. Somo commence i at the usual time for plant ing and othctri latei iu accotdaticu with thu season. Quite an ouiiltof gipsies and trade is camped by Al Scrivner's on the ranch last Siitui day und Sunday. Of collide hu would uot trade any with them and says hu has quit associating with jock eys and trading men almost entirely. dugh (indium's four horse team ai u lister out traveled him ou their way homo from the lield a few day igo, After tbey had taken up about forty rods of wire fence that was in 'heir way they still left him far behind and drove up to thu barn. There has been a great many acies of oat& sown this year. Tho acreage far excols any of late years ou all Miutll grain and it all looks very piomiing. Thu wheal and somu fuw pieces of iu will hide a ittbbii, though it lias bien rather dry for oats. As the soil was in thu best of order they cume up iu a few GARFIELD. The weather continues to bo line. Kveryono is planting corn except those who havo done planting. Itov. Park preached at the M. K. church last Suaday at 11 o'clock u.m. Itev. Pearson preacticd at Ii p.m. and also conducted sacramonlal sot vice. The basket supper at the Wagoner school house last triday night was quite a success socially aad financially. It is our sad duty to record the death of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dow, after a short illness of a few hours. It was interred in Wag oner cemetery. Mrs. Anna Pope, sister of Miss Kiiiiua Smith, arrived hero from Wisconsin on Wednesday last She will make a short visit witli her sister and family. Kd. White appears to havo found something attractive in the east part of the township as his iig goes cast reg ularly every Sunday now. Kugeno Smith is back homu from MePliurson, Kansas, whero ho has been attending college. He has completed a short business cour5o. July 0 to 13 the Burlington Route wil sell round trip tickets to San Francisco at uiiprecedonledly low rates. The lato from Omaha, for instance will bo $45, From other points correspond ingly low. Tickets good to return un til August 31. Stopovers allowed both going and returning. Teachers, clergy men and others who can get away dur nig the hot summer months are urged to iuvostigato this remarkable oppor tunity of obtaining thu most enjoyable moling in thrir expei ionco at a cost so Miiall as to he within reach of almost everyone. Beaiitifu'i illustmtod fold i r, giving full information, mailed ou 1 1 quest. J. Fkancis, (ienoral Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb. Council Proceedings. An adjourned meeting of tho city council was held on Tuesday orenlng with Mayor Warren and Aldermon Finch, Hollistor and bpokestiold present. Minutes of last maoting read and approved. Tho report of J. W. Klnsol, water commissioner was presented and read , and hooka having been audited and found correct a motion pruvailod to accopt and file report. A small number of claims wero pre sented and upon motion allowed. A motion by Alderman Finch to the ffuct that Mayor Warren b j xtondod a vote of thanks fiom the council for thu ablo and efficient manner in which he conducted thu past administration and also for tho uniinontly satisfactory maimer in which ho has co-operated with tho council in all business per taining to tho city, was adopted by a unanimous votaof the council. 1). J. Myers, nihyor-eleot, being present was llion sworn iu by tho out going mayor. Upon motion the council adjourned sine die. Council reconvened with Mayor Myers presiding. Aldermen Finch and Pulsipher, Treasurer Dow and City Clerk Kcsler wero duly sworn in. Bond of (. W. Dow was presented and approved and ordered tiled. Petition and bond of John Polnicky for liquor license was uresuntud and lead and upon motion bond was ap proved and license gt anted. Petition and bond of Myer M Stern for liquor license was presented and road and upon motion bond wai ap proved and licuuso granted. Upon motion council decided to meet at mayor's olllce for the ensuing yeai. Council thou adjourned to meet Thursday evening. firm, tho voto Rtnndlng two against, ono for and ono not voting. Uosolution from tho tiro department asking tho council to adopt an ordi nance providing for an occupation tax on Insurance companies doing business in the oily, for tho bonofit of the tiro department. On motion the resolution was pluced on tile to bo turned over to tho ordinanco committee as soon ai appointed. Upon motion council adjourned to meet Friday veiling at 7:1)0. Ladies Can Wear Shoes ono size smaller after using Allen's Foot-Kase, a powder to bo shaken int.) the slioe.a. It makes tight or new shoes feel easy; gives instant tolief to coma aud bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery o.f tho age. Cures pud pre vents swollon feet, blisters, callous anil soio spots Allen's Foot-Kaso is a cur tuln eurn for sweating, hot. acliini: feet. At all druggist and shou stores, QGc. Trial package FKKK by mall Address. Allen S. Olmsted, Lo Uoy, N. Y. 1). A. Dickey hallVnico pot coon but ho hasn't got any now. Tuesday oven ing tho critter got loose and chewed up about a dozen of one of his neighbor's chickens, ai d not being satisfied with that showed an inclination to finish up a square meal on Dave whon ho want after him in tho morning. At that Davo concluded he had enough coon and dispatched tho animal for eoon. hcavon with a club. Council met pursuant to adjourn ment. Present Mayor Myers and all aldermen. Minutcsof last meeting read and tip- pioved. Bond of J. K. Kesler as city clerk was presented and upon motion ap pioved. Proposition from I. O O. F for lease of hall for 810 par month was pre sented ami read and upon motion ac copied. Petitions of (luorgo Smulser aud Les. Chancy for night watch ; J, W Kinsel as street aud water commis sioner and marshal, and P. Barkley for street commissioner weru presented and lend. Councilman Hollister also presented name of I. H. Ludlow for stieet and water commissioner. .Major appointed Wm. Harris as night watch for ensuing year, and uu in motion council refused in inn. I Thousands Hare Sidney trouble nnd Don't Know It- How To Find Oat. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or set tling Indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys: if It stains your flnen It is evidence of kid ney trouble; too.' frequent desired pass It or pain In the bark U nl convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order. " ". What to Do.' 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