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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 6, 1905.
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
flemsy flutes prom Neighboring Toians I
(From the Timns.)
Wm, Shoop died at bis homo in Lob
anon, Kansas, Sept. 28, at 2 p. in.,
agod 70 years. Ho loaves a wifo and
nine children to mourn bis Ioeb. Tbo
funeral was bold at tho Methodist
church, Elder J. H. Higgins conduct
ing tho services.
L. M. Linton is erecting a now store
building on tho Goo. McMarray place
on White Rock in tbo Oriole district.
Ho will put in a largo stock nnd con
duct a general storo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Roitz visited with
friends in Inavalo Sunday.
Mrs. Funnio Bobror of Rod Cloud is
visiting at W. E. Kimsoy's this week.
Tho boating apparatus for tbo now
school bouso arrived Monday and is
boing put in placo.
Mrs. Cooloy is visiting hor daughter,
Mrs. Cox at Red Cloud this week.
While L. C. Brandt, a carpontor em
ployed by Joo Brown wns holping
build a bouso for Manoy Shields bo
bad tbo misfortuno to fall from a load
of lumbor, tho wagon passing over bim
in such a manner as to break bis loft
A passenger train was stopped just
east of town ono evening last week at
what appeared to bo a largo bouldor
on tho track. Later developments
proved it to be just an ear of Smith
Buchanan, got his nnklo sprained and
otborwiso bruised up considerable, as
a result of tbo horso falling on bim.
Bon Armstrong's team ran away
Sunday nigbt going down Main street
at break nock speed. They woro
found noxt morning at Miko Conloy's
two and one-half miles south.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Horring of Bel
lairo returned from Red Cloud a fow
days ago, wboro Mrs. Herring bad
boon for somotimo boing troatod.
Tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Courton, died, at tho homo north of
At hoi last Suuday.
Joseph Mntbos, Sr., departed Mon
day night for tho Manitoba country.
Carl Schmidt of Ploasant township
sold bis farm last Saturday, 100 acres
(From tho Review.)
L. C. Olmstead of Inavxlo was in
town a short time Tuesday.
Col. McGuiro has completed a ce
ment cave in tho roar of his hotel
Elzy Pii-rpont and Charles Lambert
started Sunday uight for tho Portland
Dr. C. J. Wilson of Smith Center,
Kausae, veterinary surgeon and dentist
arrived in Rivorton last Monday and
will remain a week, and possibly may
locate hero permanently.
The Roviow editor returned home
f i om tho Pacific coast tho latter part of
last week, making stops at Portland,
Ogden, Salt Lako City and Denver.
0. Mucklo went out to tho western
part of tho Ptato last week to invest in
Rev. Owons and wifo loft last Mon
day night for Minden to attend M. E.
Mrs. A. Holdrego and Mrs. W. P.
Fulton went as delegates to tho Dogroo
of Honor convention at Superior Wed
nesday. R. W. Patterson is very low and
there is little hope of this aged man's
recovery. Ho is 89 years old.
(From tbo Citizen )
Emit Domars wont to Hastings this
week, where bo will enter collcgo to
comploto n business courso commenced
Roy Burden carao in from Rod Cloud
yesterday ovoning somewhat, crippled
A young eon arrived at tbo homo of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Seeck Tuesday nigbt.
During tbo thunder storm ono morn
ing last week Miss Edith Eastman was
qutto severely shocked by a bolt of
lightning which struck near hor.
Tho mill has a new platform con
structed. Tho old ono having sorvod
its purposo and threatened to collapso
under tho strain of now business.
B. Chovalier has returned from an
extondod trip to his old homo in Can
ada, which bo enjoyed hugely.
M Quinten is building a new house
on bis farm near Upland.
C. L. Reynolds returned from tbo
western part of tbo stato Inst Saturday,
where bo wont with a party of land
seokers to show them somo bargains.
Tho Campbell ball nino is suroly
making a reputation for itself. After
driving to Rod Cloud, a distance of
twonty-iivo miles, they proved thoir
onduranco by gaining a victory over
tho Red Cloud boys of nino to two.
(From tbo Messenger.)
At tho Methodist parsonage by Rev.
U. S. Brown last Friday, September 2,
Mr. T. C. Gloason and Miss Znflio J.
Jonas, both of Reamsvillo, wore united
in tho holy bonds of matrimony.
Anson D. Benjamin was born in
Watortown, New York in 1834, was
married to Miss Minnio Colon, March
8, 1804, camo to Smith county and set
tled at Twolvo Milo in 1875, roraovod
to Smith Center in 1891, where ho has
since resided. A. D. Benjamin depart
ed this life very suddenly last Thurs
day evening at his homo in this city at
tho ago of 71 years.
Died, at bis homo in this city at 2
p m. last Snturday, William Shoup
aged 71 yoars.
Last Wednesday morning Mr. and
Mrs. Ruudolph Roddin, thoir daughter
Mrs Ben Walters, and Master Clnronco
left for thoir homo in Granito City. III.
Whilo riding a horso on tho strcots
Tuesday ovoniug, Vern, son of Charley
(Prom tbo Advooato.)
Rov. Redding closed his series of
meetings with a lecturo Tuesday night
to a largo audionco.
.Robert Walkor who was recently ap
pointed street commissioner has been
doing somo very good work upon tbo
Edwin S. Burloigb, aged 32 years
died on September 15th in Chicago.
Elmer Gooding, of Hildreth, was ar
rested last week for gambling, and
when brought before R. W. Mont
gomery, tbo justice, pload guilty and
was hnod 8100 and costs.
Jesse and Allen Mtilick shipped bogs
this week, tboir father assisting inci
dentally witn tho job.
Invitations are out for tho marriage
of Miss Edna Stickloy to Walter Sha
ban on October 4, at tbo homo of Mrs.
B. F. Stickloy, of Holbrook.
(From the Journal.)
Thos. Auld was down from
Cloud last night.
J. E. Brown of Rod Cloud is in
Tho train which was wrecked on tho
Santa Fo near Kackloy, wnV composed
of soven cars of corn, all sent by Boaso
B m, to Mr. and Mrs. Joo Hilyard
this morning, a ton-pound girl.
J. C. Lindoimann, of Smyrna, died
at bis home this morning. He was out
moving some coal and lifted a huge
MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR DERIVED SOLELY FROM GRAPES..
IN WHICH DELICIOUS FRUIT IT IS FORMED BY NATURE IN
THE PRECISE COMPOSITION IN WHICH IT IS USED
IN DR. PRICE'S BAKING POWDER.
Its superiority is unquestioned
Its fame wotld-wide
Its use a protection and a guarantee
against alum food
TURN THE CAN AROUND
and you will learn what is the " power behind the dough," Im
the high-class powders it is cream of tartar, extracted fromt
clean, delicious grapes, and that is healthful In the low-grader
powders it is "phosphate abm," or "sodium aluminum sul
phate' which is also alum, a mineral acid, and that makes;
the food unhealthfuL
Of what use are twenty-five ounces for twenty-five cents
if eight of these ounces are alum ?
Food baked with alum baking powders is found to
contain a portion of the alum unchanged I
The continued use of alum made food impairs digestion,,
causing dyspepsia. When buying baking powder, examine
the label and take only a brand whose label shows it to be free,
piece, after which ho complained of
being sick and having a pain in his
aide. Ho died in a fow minutes in
The Qro company wns called out this
afternoon about 2:30 by an alarm sunt
in from tho rooms over Wheelock's
storo, occupied by Miss Anna Lunt and
Miss Hill. A gasoline stovo was tbo
cause of tho trouble, but tbo girls suc
ceeded in extinguishing tbo blaze bo
fore tho liro department arrived.
M. A. Morcor of Rod Cloud wont to
Nelson with tho Hardy band this
Announcements havo been received
hero for tbo marriage of Will H. Eyro,
to Miss Rhona Myers, at Nebraska
City, Soptembor 27
(From tho Sentinel.)
Albert Henderson nnd Miss Lulu
Rood of this city woro married at
Homer Curtin, foreman in the freight
houso at Tho Needles, Cal., is visiting
bis father, T. M. Curtis, in this city.
Tho Hovnor boys, Olydo and John,
of Hardin, Mo., nnd thoir cousin Harry
Stratton, of Wolls, Nevada, who
I shipped in two cars of Nevada horses
throe weeks ago, mot with marked
success in tho disposal of tbo samo.
Miss Helen, daughtor of Mr.and Mrs.
Will Hutchins, went to Albia, Iowa,
Monday, where sho will teach niUBio
Rov. John Lauor is tho new pastor
of tho Gorman M. E. church At Macon.
Ira Williamson, formerly of tho
south sido has bought 240 acres of land
in Morris county, Kansas, to which
placo ho will move
(From tbo Leader.
Tho Farmers elevator has com
menced to loom up. It will bo pushed
to completion as fast as possible
P. A. Thompson has purchased tho
Short Ordor houso and is now in pos
session of tho samo.
A bouncing baby boy was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Art Burgo Tuesday.
Wm. Lootsch is building a lino now
28x28 residence on bis farm.
Howard Simpson leavos Friday for
Omaha to attend dental college.
The B iston Bloomer girls will play
base ball here in the near future.
Joseph A. Stock of Illinois, and Miss
Matilda M. Zimmerman of Blue Hill
were niariiud by Judge Kueuoy last
Tho Athletic Club is fixing up tSo
now ball ground in tbo west srt '
Mosontino Bros, havo tho foundation
laid for their largo addition to thwez
Having flno weather at presents.
Doylo Bros, havo boon throshing c
tbo creek this wook.
Clydo Albin and wifo woro tbo sneefc
of Low Smith's Sunday.
G. W. Baker and wifo of Lester vets
visiting boro Monday.
Ed Cox sold bis corn last week o4f
delivered it at Guido Rock.
Mrs. John Conyoara went east last
Friday called tboro by tbo illness of -sister.
Loon Oglovio is on tho sick list.
Wm. Engols will sell by public- sec
tion at his farm 2 mHo north oCKtxF.
Cloud, Tuesday, Oct., 10, 100 hotid or
stock consisting of 82 head of cuttle,,
ombruoing 10 stoors, 9 mlloh cowa,.
hoifors and cows, 1 two-year-old Short
horn bull. 08 hogs weighing from 4Q
to 150 pounds.
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