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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1906)
i flewsy jfotes prom
(Prom tho Nows Lottor.)
P. W. Roland haa bought tho J. M.
Roland rosldonco proporty iu tho west
part of town for $1,500.
O. C. Dunbar camo up from Superior
tho foro part of tho wook and Is doing
tho carpoutor work on Sawyer's new
brick dwelling houno.
Miss Flora Roovo is assisting hor
fathor this wook on tho mail routo. Ho
has not yet fully rocovorod from tho
injurios ho received last wook.
John Minor, who has beoti employed
by tho 13. & M. as section boss forsomo
timo, and who has boon locatod in the
custom part of tho stato, lias roturnod
to Guldo Rook, and wo understand will
quit tho road and ongago In farmlug.
(From tho Times.)
' Wm. Hicks of Rod Cloud was in this
city a short timo Sunday.
P. F. Langau was born in Ireland in
1811 and died at his homo in this city
Thursday, Octobor 1, 1900, nt 10 o'clock
Again woaro called upon to chronl
clo tho death of one of Smith county's
old and highly rospoctod citizens, Jo
nathan Milos lsom, who died Tuosday.
Octobor 0, aged G2 years.
Mrs. Jud Livers, who lives north of
Burr Oak, and who has boon visiting
Rov. and Mrs. Tremaln for a fow days
this week, met with quito a painful
injury Tuosday, as sho startod to re
turn homo. Sho had just gotten iuto
tho buggy and was holding a horso
belonging to Rov. Tremaiu by tho hitch
roin, which sho had wrapped around
hor hand, when tho horso pullod back,
severing tho third linger from tho left
hand at tho second joint.
(From tho Messenger.)
Dr. W. 13. Slaglo henceforth will bo
at homo iu his haudsomo now autotuo
It is hardly safe to publish it, but
thoro aro threo vacant residences In
An electric motor of sovon and ono
half horse-power arrived for tho now
school buildiug this wook.
An Iowa man was in town yesterday
trying to rent a room for a racket
store. So far he has not succeeded.
Miss Minnie Wilson and Clifford
Starbuok were united in marriago last
Sunday, Rov. U. S. Brown officiating.
Papers aro being circulated about
town for signatures of tho business
and professional men, tho object being
to reorganize tho commercial club.
R. W. Allon, our popular marble
man, is suffering from brain trouble
and will be taken to a Kansas City
sanitarium for treatment. His many
friends hope that his recovery may bo
rapid and permanent.
(From the Sentinel.)
Tho Hovnor boys took out 310
of their cattlo from tho pasturo
nesday aud begau feeding them.
Robert Knoo is recovering rapidly
from tho injuries ho sustained two
weoks ago by falling from n high lad
dor. Miss Ailoon Hildroth, tho only diph
theria pationt lu town, Is now rapidly
improving uud, barring accidents, will
Tho ncadomy football team played
its ilrst gamo Saturday with tho Smith
Center high school team. Tho score
was 0 to 0.
Mrs. A. L. Byorly Is in Omaha this
wook In attoudauco upon her daughtor
Mrs. Lucille Byorly Miller, who has
been sick with pneumonia.
J. M. Emory's wife and children re
turned Sunday from Euroku Springs,
Ark., whero his son Earl was in a
hospital following an operation upon
Ira Wlands, tho bronco rldor, loft
Monday ovonlng for Donvor, whoro
relatives will join him for an outing in
tho city of tho plains.
Mrs. Nanoy Dolon, after a long and
poacoful llfo, passod away Saturday
evening, October C, at tho homo of her
daughtor, Mrs. T. J. Bowon. Sho was
born in Kontucky in 1819.
Clayton Kollam, who camo hero a
fow years ago from Boatrico and loca
ted ou a ranch south of town, has sold
Neighboring Touins i
hts placo and abandouod farm life, for
tho timo boiug lit least. The purcliiisor
Is J. M. Lancaster of Inavulo. '
Poto Garrett lias this wook installed
a furnaco In tho basomont of his now
dwelling. Tho Potorsou boys of Rod
Cloud did tho work. Wo undorstand
thoy will also install a hoating plant
in tho now Methodist church.
Miss Tilly Laux of Macon has gono
to Kansas City for a second treatment
with Dr. Carson, to whoso hospital sho
was taken two months ago with most
gratifying results. Miss Laux has
been an invalid for years and has boon
oporatod upon onco forcancor.
Bort Harwood, by "butting in," got
kicked by a mule Monday.
Rov. Bates visitod tho school last
Friday and passod a few very compli
Elmor Emmorson was arrostod last
Wodnosday aud lined $12.00 for being
drunk aud disorderly.
Dr. Byorly camo down from Frankllu
Monday to investigate tho sickness at
this place. Ho ordorod tho Frasklin
Houso quarantined, which has been
Last Friday Goo. Fisher brought In
a load of hogs which ho put ou tho
markot, aud later purchased a span of
young alligators which ho took homo
Clara Teats of Koota, la., has been
visiting hor slstor, Mrs. Ben Allon, for
somo timo. M"5. Toats has four sisters
and ono brot li-u- uoar this place whom
sho had not sloj for sixteen yoars.
What do you thluk of an officer (a
county olllcor) that will break tho law
by getting druukr L'Yauklln has sucn
an olllcor ono that has repeatedly
filled himself with tanglefoot to such
nu oxtont that ho has to "go to tho
hay" for awhilo to recuporato boforo
ho is able to transact his businoss.
(From the Express.)
L. P. Goodhue has purchased a fine
two-seated surrey of tho Peterson im
Mrs. Brodstoue and daughtor Eve
lino start next wook for their return
trip to England.
Harry Hannn, Donnls Bishop, Frank
and Howard Laird loft Monday via
covered wagon ovorlaud for an outing
W. P. Long and Mr. Warren, living
in the north part of town, havo just
put in a lino cement walk in front of
Mrs. John Bishop loft Saturday for
Rapid City, S. D., where Mr. Bishop
has tho foremanship of tho Northwest
Mrs. C. B. Brlttin has bought the
two lots just north of tho Durham
house and has lot the contract for a
large two-story house.
D. W. Ilorton has bought tho house
and lot of L. Brodstoue south of the
Prosbytoriuu church, also tho ono nd
joiniug it on tho south, aud in tho
spring will erect a comfortable dwell
ing. Mrs. Susan Coin Waltz die I at hor
homo in Denver September 20. Mrs.
Coin, as she was generally known, was
one of tho early settlors near Super
ior, having moved hero with hor hus
band aud family in 1878.
(From the Citizen.)
Born, Friday, October 5, to Mr. and
Mrs. Will LoBhinc, a boy.
Dr. Pattorson was stung by a wasp
Wednesday evening. Ho says it hurt.
Tho now hose houso aud towor for
the llro boll aro completed aud ready
Ed R. Rolchstoin, recently of Atlan
tic, Iowa, au oxporioncod miller, began
work Monday in tho Campbell mills.
Marriod, on Monday, Octobor 8, at
tho Catholic church, Miss Oriso Roy to
Mr. Emtio DeMara, Rov. Fathor Tasto
Oscar Honsou, living sovon milos
northwostof town, Is suffering from
an over supply of prospority, ond Is
investing 6omo of his surplus iu a big
Two now families arrived from Sara.
tof, on the Volga, in Russia, Friday, to
begin llfo under tho stars and stripes.
Their names aio Messrs. Koch und
Ribor, tho former bolug a brother of
Hermann Kook and tho latter a
nephow of Honry Rlber.
Ernest Clark, who quietly slippod
out of town a couplo of weoks ago, ro
turnod Tuesday morning with a br'do.
Ho was married at Ault, Col., October
3, to Miss Rosa Lamb.
It is certainly a torrlblo thing when
women begin to soo "snakes," but that
is what happonod to Mrs. W. Fulton
Wodnosday. Sho wont Into hor collar
on an errand during tho afternoon and
almost stepped on a monster bull
snnko curled up comfortably on tho
(From the Advocate.)
Several of tho county schools
boon closed tho past weak.
Dr. Sumnor reports tho arrival
baby at tho homo of Goo. Duraud.
Tho Kahr Bros, aro building a new
houso on tho home placo north of
Died, Tuosday, Octobor 9, J. W.
Doary, aged G8 years, from stomach
Tho vilhigo board is putting down a
cement crossing oast of tho Commer
Tho Saliua & Northwestern railroad
ourvoyors havo fluishod their survey
Tho Republican Valloy Bank has
received tho furniture for the interior
of tho building.
It is reported that Isaack black of
Hastings is vory sick, with but little
hopos of recovery.
Helon, tho ton-year-old daughter of
Mr. ond Mrs. Pt,rry Sholton, died vory
suddenly last Saturday.
Grovor Barber aud Miss Ada Carlisle
wout to Rod Cloud last Wodnosday,
whore thoy wero married.
lice's Laxative Honey and Tar the
original laxative cough syrup acts as a
cathartic on the bowels. It is made
from the tar gathered from the pine
trees of our own country, therefore is
the best for children. It is good for
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough,
etc. Try our free oiler. Sold at
Henry Cook's drug store.
A Double Wedding
Wednesday morning, at the home of
Rev. G. W. Hummel, south of the
river, occurred a double wedding. The
contracting parties were Lloyd A,
Carpenter, son of A. H. Carpenter of
this city, and Miss Florence M. John
son, daughter of Louis Johnson; and
Charles R. Mountford, son of George
Mountford, and Miss Harriet R. Gra
ham, daughter of Frank Graham.
Rev. Hummel officiated for both cou
ples. The young folks are all well and
favorably known in this county.
At the Congregational parsonage,
Sunday afternoon, Rev. A. A. Cress-
man oilieiating, occurred the wedding
of Martin Knutson of Winneshiek
county, Iowa, and Miss Esther Smith
of Naponee, Neb. They were accom
panied by the brother of the groom
and sister of the bride' Mr. and Mrs.
Dell Knutson, and left at once for
Riverton, Neb., where they will make
Are you troubled with piles? One
application of ManZan will give you
immediate relief. Sold at Henry
Cook's drug store.
It is a well known mcflical fact that
pine resin is most effective in the
treatment of diseases of the bladder
and kidneys. Sufferers from back
ache and other troubles due to faulty
action of the kidneys find relief in tho
use of j'inc-ulcs. SI buys 30 days
treatment. Sold at Henry Cook's
If you have lost your boyhood
spirits, courage and confidence of
youth, we offer you new life, fresh
courage and freedom from ill health
in Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting.
Perfoot In quality.
Moderate In prlo
067?" MOTTO: "Satisfaction or
your money back"
combined with plain figure
prices steadily adhered to,
has brought us a constantly
growing business. Quality
first, price next. Nothing but
standard made, reputable
goods at lowest profit prices.
Always willing to
and compare prices
Jewelers and Opticians.
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse in Now York,
discovered an aromatic pleasant herb
cure for women's Ills, called Australian-Leaf.
It is the only certain
monthly regulator. Cures female
weaknesses nnd baokacho, kidney,
bladder and urinary troubles. At all
druggists or by mail 50 conts. Sample
free. Address, Tho Mother Gray Co.,
LeRoy, Now. York.
A cold taken at this time of the year
is generally hard to get rid of but it
will not be able to withstand Bee's
Laxative Honey and Tar. That will
cure all colds, coughs, croup, whoop
ing cough, etc., by driving them out
through the bowels. If you have a
cold, try it, and if not cured get your
money back. No opiates. Sold at
Henry Cook's drug store.
RHEUMATISM CUItED IN A DAY.
MjbIIc Cure for Hheumatlem land Neuralgia
radically cures In 1 to 3 days. Its action upon
the system la remarkable and mysterious. It
removes at once the cause and tho dlseaso Im
mediately disappears. The first dose greatly
benefits, 75 cents and tl. Sold by II. E.Qbice,
druggls', Ked Cloud.
Proposed Constitutional Amendment.
The following proposed amendment
to the constitution of the State of Ne
braska, as hereinafter set forth in full,
is submitted to the electors of the
State of Nebraska, to be .voted upon
at the general election to be held
Tnesday, November 0, A. D. 1006
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the
State of Nebraska:
Section 1. That at the general elec
tion for state and Legislative ofHcers
to be held on Tuesday, succeeding the
the first Monday in November, 1000,
the following provision be proposed
and submitted to tho electors of the
State as an amendment to the consti
tution. Section 2. There shall be a State
Railway Commission, consisting of
three members, who shall be first
elected at the general election in 1000,
whose terms of ollice, except those
chosen at the first election under this
provision, shall bo six years, and
whose compensation shall be fixed by
Of the three commissioners first
elected, the one receiving the highest
number of votes, shall hold his oilico
for six years, the next highest foifr
year, and the lowest two years. The
powers and duties of such com
mission shall include regulation
of rates, service and the gen
eral control oi cuimium camera,
us the legislature may provide by
law. But in the absence of specific
legislation, the commission shall ex
ercise the powers and perforin the du
ties enumerated in this provision.
Section 3. That at said election in
tho year 1000, on the ballot of each
elector voting thereat, there shall be
printed or written the words: "For
Constitutional Amendment, with ref
erence to Stato Railway Commission"
And "Against Constitutional Amend
ment, With Reference to State Rail
way Commission." And if, a majority
of all votes cast at said election, shall
be for such amendment, the same shall
be deemed to be adopted.
1, A. Galusha, secretary of stato of
the state of Nebraska, do hereby cer
tify thai the foregoing proposed
amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Nebraska is a true and cor
rect copy of the original enrolled and
engrossed bill, as passed by the
Twenty-ninth session of the legisla
ture of the State of Nebraska, as ap
pears from bald original bill on file in
show otcr goods
with either local
B. & M. Watch Inspectors
this ofliee, and that said proposed,
amendment is submitted to tho quali
fied voters of the state of Nebraska
for their adoption or rejection at the
general election to be held on Tuesday
the 0th day of November, A. D. 1000.
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and affixed the
great seal of the state of Nebraska.
Done at Lincoln this J4th day pf
July, ih the year of our Lord One
Thousand Nine Hundred and Six, of
the Independence of the United States,
the One Hundred and Thirty-second,,
and of this state the Fortieth.
(skai.) Secretary of State-
Miss Jessie Wert
Piano, Organ and Voice
Studio at Mrs. Josie Moran
ville's, two blocks east of
school houBO. Phohe 201.
DE. W. S. SMITH
8oo policies represent
ing over $2,ooo,ooo in
surance . in Webster
county. Now is the
time to get in the
O. C. TEEL
Insurance and Notary.
Telephones: Country, No.
Boll, No. 98.
Local Grain Market.
(Furnlshod by J. B. Wlsocarvor
agent for Updlko Elevator Co.)
Ear corn 31Jc
No. 3 corn 32c
No. 3 Yollow corn 32e
No.3 Whlto corn 3.'ic
No. 3 White oats 23o
No. 3 Mixed oats 21c
No. 2 Hard wheat Glo
No. 3 Hard wheat IHo
No. 2 Spring wheat 51c
No. 3 Spring wheat 18o
No. 2Ryo ,'.3Go
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