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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1906)
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(From thu Loador)
Rnmond, tlio Infant Bon of Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. Mollalo, dlod Wodiiosdtiy last.
Mrs. Potor Mortou Jr. is vory low nt
tho St. Elizabeth hospital In Lincoln.
P. T. Murtin of Iowa has boon rallod
to bo ministur of tlio Christian church
in thin city.
Tom Burgo arrived homo from Indl
ana Saturday evening af tor an absonco
of Hovoral months.
Simon VnuBnoning was called to
Hastings Wodnosday on account of tlio
serious i Inoss of his father.
A letter from Otto Wogman informs
us that his rather and family have
safely arrived at Los Angeles.
D' Uorohordlng lias purchased tho
Miihlbiick property of Tony Souohok,
and will hoon move to this city.
Frank Smith, who was injurod a
week ago, isgottlng along in lino shape,
and will soon bo all right again.
Tho Bluo Hill Firo Dopnrtmont has
just received a lino now hoso unit to
add to their department apparatus.
(From the Times.)
Myers has purchased
Col. tlim Adams has bought tho
Harry Voress dray lino.
Will Kimsoy purchased tho Ashlin
farm Saturday for 88000.
Dr. Mays roports G. F. Apploboo and
Mrs. Grant McAlley convalescent.
Little Tommy Grisoll loft Tuesday
for Donver, Colo. Further particulars
A son of Dan Wood worth, whoso
arm was badly brokon and crushed
last weok, is reported better.
Mrs. 13. I'. Hoot loft Friday morning
for Topokn, to tako caro of her daugh
ter, Miss Mabol, who underwent an
oporation there Saturday morning.
Wo think Lebanon can truthfully
boast of moro good cement and brick
sidewalks than any town of its size in
Kansas. Wo have 22,07) foot or be
tween four and live miles.
Ono of John Dixon's horsos had
quite a peculiar accident bofall it Mon
day night. John was digging a cistern
in tho barn and whou night camo ho
laid Homo boards across tho top of it,
but somo timo during tho night tho
horso got looso and backed into it.
(From tho Nowa Lottor.)
J. N. Hotchkiss is putting up a ono
story brick building 21x80 in Burr Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunbar loft tho
foro part of the weok for California,
whero they will probably remain dur
ing tho winter.
Tho many friends of Miss Myrtlo
Henderson in this placo will bo pained
to hear of hor death in Superior on
Saturday of last weok.
W. F. Crowoll, who recontly sold his
farm south of tho rivor to O. Holm
grain, has bought out tho Fred Watt
meat market and llxtures.
Mr. Crary got into his now storo
building this weok and tho. old build
ings havo been disposed of and will
probably soon bo moved out of the
J. F. Lano,who has for sovoral weeks
been lying vory sick at his homo south
of,tho river, diodjWodnosdoy, Ootobor
211 and was buried Thursday in the
Columbia cemetery. His death re
sulted from lung trouble.
Danlol Garber, of Hed Clond, ho of
tho lion's don wo beliovo, was in Guido
Ro'ck with the candidates last week,
piloting them around and getting them
acquainted, and ho soems to bo a first
class baud at tho business.
(From the Sentinel.)
Clayton Dyers' child, dipthoria, is
Mrs. Geo. Austin was critically ill
duriug tho foro part of tho week,
Tho pool room ordinance recently
passed by tho city council is void.
Miss Ailoon Hildroth is rapidly im
proving from hor rocout attack of
W. II. Chanoy unloadod two cars of
cattle horo Monday which ho will fat
ten this winter.
Tho Franklin schools can boast of a
fact that no other school of its slzo in
Neighboring Towns !
tho stato can, namely, that tho percent
age of boys in tho High School oxcoods
that of tho girls.
Tho gamo botwoon tho High School
and Acadomy foot ball teams was won
by tho lattor team.
Miss Kathryu Masor roturnod to St.
Louis Monday morning aftor a six
months' visit at her homo in this city.
B J. Hilsahock reached homo Friday
night looking much hotter and strong
er than his friends had' anticipated.
Tho Hovnor boys dohornod their big
herd of cattle this week; .'108 head
worn dehorned on Wodnosday and 'M0
Harry MoBrldo is obliged to uso a
cano when ho walks, tho trouble com
ing from injuries ho Kiistaiued whilo
oxcavat'ng for his new barn at Dillor.
Mrs. A. A. Iladdeu and three little
daughters wont to llivortou Tuesday
to remain with her parents, until Nov. i
2, after which sho will start for Wis
cousin to join her husband.
Dolen & Bowcii, cattle feeders near
Macon, sulforod a rather peculiar mis
fortune Monday afternoon during tho
rain and tho damage dono will causo
A hiiL'o imiin bin I
15 000 bushols of
shelled corn, burst and lot a lot of
grain out into tho mud.
Born at tho homo of Mr. ond Mrs.
Josso Suthors, a 11 pound daughter.
A young lady arrived at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boyco last Friday
A lino boy arrived at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Holly Bonsbn Friday
W. H. Hunt is tlio proud father of a
12 pound son which arrived Sunday
Snow Williams camo homo from
Montana Saturday evening to visit his
parents. Ho has been in California
and Montana for about a year.
(From the Advocate.)
Tho dipthoria scare blow over about
as quickly as it came.
E. U. Overman, a Red Cloud lawyer,
was in town this week attondingcourt.
Lawronco Waring has been on tho
sick list with a bad attack of inflamma
Tho latest railroad news is that a
road is to bo built from Boloit, Kan
sas, to Kearney, Nebraska.
J. M. Barbor this week shipped in
200 head of cattle from Corona, Colo.,
which ho will feed this wmtor.
C. C. Carlilo informs us that his
daughter, Mrs. Edna Paulson, who
lives southeast of Franklin, is vory
sick with typhoid fever.
Tho people of this vicinity who havo
known Grandpa Black for tho past
twenty yoais will bo sorry to learn of
his death at Hastings last Sunday.
Miss Hoso Owens has returned from
Excelsior Springs, and hor many
friends will bo pleased to know that
sho has como homo very much im
proved in health.
(From the lOxpress.)
Tho son of J. W. lvolfor was takou
ill at his homo in Lincoln this weok.
Earl Limes has been appointed to
tho rank of sorgeaut since going to
Frank Bishop brought in n branch
of a plum troo tilled with blossoms
A reception was givon for Row and
Mrs. Embreo nt tho Methodist church
last Thursday evening,
Friday a largo numbor of thofrionds
of Mrs. Brodstouo and daughter Kvo
lino woro at tho train to say good byo.
It is reported that Sam Woavor, who
tried to tako too much medicine last
week at Nelson, has been taken to tho
asylum for treatment.
It may bo a little out of season to
brag about garden sass, but wo havo
had sovornl messos of radishes from
our garden tho past ton days.
Aftor a lingering illness of sorvoral
woeks Miss Myrtlo Henderson dlod at
tho homo of hor brother, W. C. Hender
son, Saturday night, agod 28 yoars.
A bottlo of whiskey, a razor and a
gun lying, on tho table grootod tho
vision of Judge Roberts Tuesday morn
iug as ho wout to his ofllco in tho City
Hall. Thoy had -been taken by Mar
shal Allison, who was called to quiet a
family row in tho west part of town.
(From tho Citizen.)
Born, on Friday, October 19, to
and Mrs. T. II. Roulior, a girl.
A. Forest is building a substantial
nddition to his homo, costing somo
S100 or $500.
Tho two now business buildings of
tho Bank of Cnmpboll and A. G. Hunt
are nouring completion.
Clydo Bakor accompanied his half
brother, Orlio Gibbon, to Omaha
Wednesday morning, whero tho laitur
will eutor St. Joseph's hospital for
A numbor of friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Burden assembled at their homo
Saturday evening to celebrate in bo
coming manner the twenty-fifth anni
vorsary of their tnarriugo.
At a meeting of tho stockholders of
tho Campbell opera house, Saturday,
tho stock was all t-ikon in by Mr. H.
frilly. Tho prico paid by him was 10c
on the dollar. Here's wishing him
"ss mid hoping his investment will
K. T. Jones certainly plays in hard
luck. Friday, whilo threshing at Jacob
BetAs place, thoy wore making pre
parations to movo tho soporator, and
in somo mannor quito clear to Jonos
hut a triilo obscuro to us, ho was
tossod by a bolt about fourteen foot in
tho air. Ho landed on his back, sovoro
ly wrenching it.
Interesting Items Gathered
s by Our County Reporters
Election time drawoth nigh.
Corn husking is now in order.
Mrs. Fringor is on tho sick list.
Henry Johnson is having his house
roplastorod. Hoover of Guido Rock is
doing tlio woik.
Mrs. Borgfleld gave tho young people
a danco last Saturday night. Every
one enjoyed' thenisolves.
Somo of the farmors around heronro
trying to buy corn at .'Wo a bushel. It
is our opinion thoy will havo to pay
Only n few moro days and tho candi
dates will act as though thoy novor
know you. So hotter hurry up aud
work 'em all you can.
Sam Sommerhaldor has fenced in
somo of his alfalfa for his horses.
After mowing it from threo to flvo
times it still makes lots of good pasture
Mr. and Mrs. Lohr spont Sunday in
Henry Gross was up from Guido
Rock ono day this week.
Miss Louiso Vanco loft Saturday for
tho eastern part of tho state.
Miss Elsio Morris has nccoptod tho
position as clerk at the Right Place.
Mrs. Mnlick spont several days in
tho country with hor daughter, Mrs
Cox. Wallace Vanco is again carrying tho
United States moil, after a short vaca
tion. Messrs. Foe and Hurd loft Friday
morning for Kansas to visit with rela
tives. Miss Avis Ritchoy started Monday
for Kearnoy, whero sho will go to
school this winter.
Miss LorettaJThomas returned homo
from Denvor, to bo present at tho wod-
ding of I
hor brother Walter to Miss
John Zopf was a passenger for Hast
jur. Aiurignt ot lioa uiouu was m
Miss Elsio Hot) man spont Sunday
witli Miss Graco Rood.
L. E. Warner loft Monday for un
oxtoudod visit in Michigan.
Tho Missos Stewart spont Sunday
with their parents south of town.
Rob. Boyd wont to Rod Cloud Tuos-
day, to attend Business college.
Wliyno KoD(1 nml flimlly 8pont gnn.
.day at tho homo of Vot Widdorshoim.
Miss Poarl Noaly loft Monday for
California, whoro sho goos to spend tho
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Chovolior drovo
ovor to Canipboll Sunday and spont
Mr. aud Mrs. Horbort Watson of Ina-
OUR MOTTO: "Satisfaction
yotcr money back"
has brought us
growing business. Quality
first, price next. Nothing but
standard made, reputable
goods at lowest profit prices.
and compare prices
or Chicago hotises.
Jewelers and Opticians. B. & M. Watch Inspectors
valo woro visiting at tho homo of J. W.
Mrs. Emma Turnbaugh and family
arrived in Bladon Saturday afternoon
from Kansas and nro visiting at tho
homo of her parents, Mr. aud Mrs.
It. C. Best, south of town.
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse in Now York,
discovered an aromatic pleasant herb
euro for women's ills, called Australian-Loaf.
It is tlio only certain
monthly regulator. Cures
weaknesses aud backache,
bladder and urinary troubles
druggists or by mail HO cents.
kid u 03',
froo. Address, Tho Mother Gray Co.,
LeRoy, Now York.
1MEUMATISM CUItED IK A DAY.
Mystic Cure for llhcumatlm?niitl MeurnlRla
rndlcnlly cures In 1 toUdayn. Its action upon
the Hj-Ktem Ih remarkable mid mysterious. It
romoves nt onco tint cause nml the dlseiuo tin.
mediately dlfeiippeurn. The first dose greatly
benefits, ,75 cents and (1. Sold by II. E.Qiuce,
druggls', Red 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
Tuesday, November 0, A. I). I'lOO
lie it enacted by the Legislature of the
State nf Nebraska:
Section 1. That at the general elec
tion lor suue ami legislative ameers
to be held on Tuesday, succeeding tho
the first Monday in November, WOO,
the following provision be proposed
and submitted to the 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 he Urst
elected at the general election in 1000,
whose terms of ofliee, except those
chosen at the first election under this
provision, shall be 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 ollice
for six years, tho next highest four
year, ami the lowest two 'ears. Tho
powers and duties of such com
mission shall include regulation
of rates, service and the gen
eral control of common carriers,
as the legislature may provide by
law. Rut in the absence of specilic
legislation, the commission shall ex
ercise the powers and perforin the du
ties enumerated in this provision.
Section 3. That at said election in
the year 1900, on the ballot of each
elector voting thereat, there shall be
printed or written the words: "For
Constitutional Amendment, with ref
erence to Stale Railway Commission"
And "Against Constitutional Amend
ment, With Reference to Stato Rail
way Commission." And if, a majority
of all votes cast at said election, shall
bo for such amendment, the same hhall
bo deemed to be ndoptcd.
I, A. (Salusha, secretary of state of
tho state of Nebraska, do hereby cer
tify thai tho foregoing proposed
amendment to the Constitution of the
Stato of Nebraska is a true and cor
rect cop3r of the original enrolled and
engrossed bill, as passed by the
Twenty-ninth session of the legisla
ture of the Stato of Nebraska, as ap
pears from said original bill on tlio in
to show otir
with either local
this office, and that said proposed:
amendment is submitted to the quali
fied voters of the state of Nebraska,
for their adoption or rejection at the
general election to bo held on Tuesday
the 0th day of November, A. I). 1000.
In testimony whereof, I havo here
unto set my hand and aflixed the
great seal of the state of Nebraska.
Done at Lincoln this atth day of
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.
(hka I.) Secretary of State.
Miss Jessie Wert
Piano, Oigaa and Voice
Studio at Mrs. Josio Moran
ville's, two blocks east of
school houso. Phono 201.
DR. W. S. SMITH
8oo policies represent
ing over $2,000,000 in
surance in Webster
county. Now is the
time to get in the
O. C TEEL,
Insurance and Notary,
Telephones: Country, No. 36;
Boll, No. 98.
Local Grain Market.
(Furnished by J. B. Wisocarver
agout for Updiko Elovntor Co.)
Ear corn 31 ic
No. 3 corn 32)o
No. 3 Yollow corn 32Jc
No.3 Whito corn 33e
No.3W!iito oats 23o
No.3 Mixed oats 21o
No. 2 Hard wheat 5i0
No. 3 Hard whoat , , , ,4B0
No. 2 Spring wheat ....Bio
No. 3 Spring whoat 48a
I No. 2 Rye 3C0.
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