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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1906)
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I fletasy flotes prom Neighboring Toians
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
(Prom tho Nowa Lottor.)
W. H. Bnrcus this wook sold bis real
donco property in tbo wost part of
town to J. D. ChriBsmnn.
Tho revival mootings that Imvo boon
in progress for tho past four wooks nt
tho Christian church, closod Sunday
Tho Wahoo Democrat gives an no
eount of tho doatli of Cora, tho sovon
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Tronmor Cone, on tho 12th lust., of
On Tuesday, November 20, a number
of tho old frlonds and neighbors of
Mrs. K. O. Parkor spout tho aftornoon
with her to assist her in colobratlng
her 77th birthday.
Prank Coopor, whllo working on a
scaffolding at his chicken house, fell
about ton foot to tho ground, striking
with his bond and shoulders ami in
juring ono arm so badly that ho has to
arry it in a sling.
has voluntarily subscribed and paid
into tho fund created by tho occupa
tion tax tho sum of flvo dollars as a
contribution for tho bouoflt of tho
City Treasurer W. D. Blaokwell in
forms us that thoro has boon paid into
tho occupation tax fund a littlo ovor
M25, or considerably ovor half tho
amount of rovouuo tho tax was calcu
lated to produce.
(Prom the Express.)
Mrs. Mastorsou, who was takon sick
in Edgar, was brought horo yostorday
and is at tho homo of nor daughter,
Mrs. B. W. Woolsoy.
Elmor Ililolbaugh, ohurged with tho
crimo of burning August Schooling's
born on May 10, 1900, was convicted in
tho district court at Nelson this after
noon. About -1 o'clock this aftornoon J. A.
Cellar's fathor died very huddonly in
Horton's.barbor shop. Tho old goutle
man is from Wavorly, Kau., visiting
his sou and family.
In tho district court yostorday llarry tho homes of four families in this
Hill plead guilty to stealing tho Ouuni- community tho past wook: Mr and
(Prom tho Times.)
E. P. Koot is busy this wook install
ing a No. 7 hot air furnace in tho baso
meat of tho now Methodist church.
Claronco Boardslce of Lebanon, 1ms
just flnlshod putting in 2.'i,000 square
foot of mo.t oxcoilont cement side
walks in Eshon.
A deal was consummated Tuosday
whereby Hiram vleCorkloof Mankato
becomes proprietor of tho L. M. Lin
ton stock of goods in this city.
J. N. Elson sold his farm last Thurs
day to J. J Timborlako for tho noat
sum of $8000. J. N. purchased this
form four years ago for KJ900, thus
making W100 outsido of tho crops.
(Prom tho Loador.)
Prank Smith, who was injured somo
timo ago by falling off Ms dray, is ablo
to bo up town again.
Tho Happy Hour Dutch Olub, as
some of tho members call themselves,
gathered Tuesday evening and de
scended upon tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Scott, giving tho mistross
of tho houso a genuine surprise.
Pour littlo boys huU como to graco
son team at Uardy about six mouths
ago, aud was sentoncod to tho poui
tentiary for six years.
Tho mauy friends of Miko Hodges
will bo grieved to leurn that his mental
condition has bcou getting so bud late
ly that his relatives wore obliged to
send him to the asylum at Lincoln
Mrs. Warron, south of town; Mr. and
Mrs. L. Bostook, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Rowlands, Mr nnd Mrs. Win, Arndt.
Mrs. Mary Johnson, who lives five
miles northeast of Blue Hill, returned
Saturday from a visit to her old homo
near Peoria, 111. She was called there
six weeks ago by tho sorious illness
aud subsequent death of her sister.
(From the Advocate.)
Johu Hester was down to Kansas
City the first of tho week with a loud
of hogs himself and neighbors had
Somo ono in this town will got blown
to kingdom como if they do not keop
out of othor people's coal bins. Wo
know of some that nro loudod.
Tho surveyors of tup Salina & North
wostorn railroad campod in Blooming
ton ovor Sunday. Thoy woro on thoir
way back to Downs, Kan., whoro thoy
Judgo Losoy performed an Irish
wedding at his ofllco on tho 10th, at
least Claud Irish, agod 21, and Susio
Irish, ago 10, of, Smith county woro
married by his honor.
It has como to a'protty pass when n
man cannot got married without hav
ing to "put up" to half of tho town iu
treating. Thoy oiimo in droves and
herds this week and, demanded stated
sums from Col. Iioluies,-aud somo of
them not boing satisfied with n reason
able "hold-up" becamo rudo and used
Insulting language. It is high timo to
put a stop to this dninphoql uonbouso.
(From thu Sentinel.)
Workmen are now nicely started on
tho now brick for Brown's photograph
W. C. Jastram returned from Wost
Point Thursday night, whoro ho had
boon to attend tho funoral of his aged
Tho young peoplo of tho Congrega
tional choir nro ougagod in tho laud
able eutorpiso of raising funds for a
Plavyous P. Buster and Miss Anglo
Davis of this city wero married last
Tuosday in the oilico of tho county
judgo at Alma.
Tho publia schools of this ulty will
begin again noxt Monday. No now
cases of any sickness huvo como up in
tho last two weeks aud everything is
Mrs. Ttosii Masor made a trip to lied
Cloud Wednesday for a brief visit with
friends. Sho brought back a big frit
turkoy with her which s)io will slaugh
ter for Thauk'-glving dinuor.
S. B. Turulpsood, a privato citizen,
(From tho Citizen.)
Erick Borgman and Jack Parquhar
son returned Tuesday from thoir Can
ada trip. ,
Marriod, Monday, November 19, at
tho Catholic church in Campboll, Miss
AlbiuuGagnou to Isaac Collotto, Itov.
Father Tastevlu officiating.
An nlarm of flro about 7 o'clock
Monday morning brought tho flro do
partmout out before breakfast for a
run to tho homo of. Wm. Burdou. No
damage to spook of.
Prank Smltn, tho ll-ypur-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, living on
tho Charles Schoneman plaoo flvo miles
north ot' town, mot with an accident
Monday from which ho fortuuatoly
o.toapod with his lifo. Ho camo to
town with a team and trucks for lum
bor,accompanjing his father,who drove
another team, and after his wagon
was loaded tho team was tied in front
of Itobbins' saloon and tho boy
loft to watch thm while tho othor
wagon was being loaded. After somo
time, during which tho
remained at his post iu
air, ho untied tho team
buck across tho track.
woro frisky and becamo frightonod at
tho train just coming in, and. turning
sharply, broko tho tonguoof tho wugou
and throw the boy, who was undoubt
edly numb with cold, in front of tho
wheels. When struck by tho wheels,
howovor, tho boy was pushed aside
and, whllo tho tho llosh was bruised
and scraped aud the boy pretty badly
suitkon up, ho fortuuatoly escaped be
ing run over, iu which event ho would
without questiou huvo boon killed.
IMiu'solvo cleanses wounds, Is highly
antiseptic, unequaled for cracked
hands. Good for cut. Sold at Henry
Cook's drug store.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
Jamos Boauchamp has just com
pleted a comont cellar.
Tho ladios of tho aid socloty havo
treated tho M. E. church to a now
Mrs. McCnuo of Hed Cloud is,nt
Johu Mottor's, helping take euro of
( Clinton Smith Is st) far recovered
than ho will bo pormittod to loavo his
oou on Saturday.
James Beauoliamp's thrashing ma
chine Is still laid up for want of tho
Itov. Geo. tummel will preach on
each altornnto Sunday at Ash 'Creek
and Highland, Kan.
Mrs. Barbor Is vory low with pnou
monla and vory littlo hope Is enter
taiued for hor recovery.
B. P. Watt has finished husking his
largo crop of corn. Ho has boon as
sisted by Morton Smith.
B. P. Rood was In Garfield last Sun
day visiting frionds. His daughter
Pearl, who has beon visiting hor cousin
accompanied him homo.
D. P. Kimmel returned from Kansas
J K. Korr roturnod from his west
ern trip Tuesday.
Wm. Reed spent tho first of tho
wook in Hustings.
Mrs. Brooks visited hor brother in
Blue Hill this week.
L. B. Thorno returnod to his homo
in Horton, Mich., Tuesday.
Miss Nancy Kropp spent Sunday at
tho homo of Mrs. Woodsido.
V. S. Hall is enjoying n visit from
his parents, from New York.
Isaac Pish oto Thanksgiving turkoy
at tho homo of Mrs. O. Fish.
Mrs. Josio Hilton of Kansas is visit
ing her sistor, Mrs. Muuson, north of
Miss Bossio Oruduff of Campbell
visited nt tho homo of J. M. Lockhurt
Charles Cowloy and family ato
Thanksgiving dinner at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. P. Johnson ato Thanks
giving dinner at tho homo of Mr. and
Mr. Wolf nnd Mrs. Franco were
called to Iowa this week by tho sori
ous illness of n brother.
Miss Mary Wallaco camo up from
Lawrence Saturday and visited over
Sunday with homo folks.
Wash Rood and littlo niece, Edna
Reed, wont to Rod Cloud Thursday to
spend tho day with his daughter, Mrs.
Business College Notes
OUR MOTTO: "Satisfaction
your money back''
has brought us
growing business. Quality
first, price next. Nothing but
standard made, reputable
goods at lowest profit prices.
Always toil ling to s'hozv our goods
and compare prices ivith either local
or Chicago houses.
Jewelers and Opticians. B. & M. Watch Inspectors
filled, and a number hud to content
themselves with standing up to laugh.
The principal of tho North Branch
Academy gave Mr. Dictrick an invita
tion to give ono of his entertainments
in the academy building, which will
be done in the near future. Quito a
number from North Branch arc com
ing to tho business college this win
ter. The college students arc working
for one of those clocks of Tin: Cim:r.
If you expect to subscribe for Tiik
Ciiikk, give the college the benefit of
your subscription by handing it to
one of the students. Every school
district in the county that does not
have a good clock ought to get ten
subscriptions and secure one.
, Everett Kemp, the second number
on the lecture course, will be at the
opera houso Monday night. Hear
Kemp if you feel down in the mouth,
as he will cause your expression to
change somewhat. If you like a good
laugh, don't miss it.
We forgot to mention last week that
the commercial law class was a court
room visitor last Tuesday. They say
they learned much from seeing, law
The parliamentary law class is be
coming very interesting and
new and useful things are
' If you are interested in the business .
college, wear a business college but-'
ton. Ask for one or write for it.
Miss Myers and Mr. Clark feel proud
of the fact that thoy carried the ban
ner to the game Friday.
Johnston and Ferguson, of the high
school, played with the boys in the '
football game Friday.
The business college closed hist '
Thursday to attend the high, school
Hans Nickolsen is a new student
this week, enrolling for twenty weeks.
There is some talk of organizing a
physical culture class.
The CANADIAN West
Th. Best WEST
A f rland of tho homs-A
A foe of the Trust
Compiles with the Pure Food Laws
of all States.
The football game last Friday be
tween tho team known as the Red
Cloud Ilusiness College team and the
Grand Island Ilusiness College team
was a good one and the lied Cloud
boys did all that could bo expected of
them.' Their playingovas more .scien
tific all the way through, and when
it camo to making gains the Gmnd
Island fellows most always had to re
sort to punting to make the required
gain in the three downs. Grand Island
has a fine punter and it was through
mm mat mey won the game. The Your stomach churns and digests
score was 10 to 0 in favor of Grand' thu food von wit. ami if foul, nr im-
Island. The boys all speak well of phi, or out of order, your whole sy.s
the Grand Island boys and say they j tern suffers from blood poison. Ilol
wero fine fellows and played a clean lister's Rocky Mountain Tea keeps
game. About 300 people witnessed ' you well. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
me game. Tho boys wish to thank ' C. L. Cottlng.
tho business men who so kindly sub
scribed to get tho game here. Fol
lowing uro the names of those who
helped out: C. II. Miner, Paul Storey,
Koon Bros., O. L. Cottlng-, W. II.
Tuber, Marion Neal, Saunders Bros.,
Ed Ainack, Yost & Havel, Cowden
Kaley Co., Turn uro llros., C. C. Cox,
Albright Bros., A. C. Hosmer, C. A.
Schultz, P. II. Muncjevillc, D. S.
Shcurd, B. E. McParland and C. W.
I'rof. Diutrick and wife mnde a trip
to near North Brunch, Kan , Saturday
evening, whoro tho Professor gave one
'of his entertainments you hear so
much about these days. They took
supper at tho homo of tho teacher,
Miss Vina Hutchison, and then pro
ceeded to the school houso to help
laugh with tho rest of them, ns the
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Tv Cure a Catd In tie Day.
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Mjstla Curo for ItliouiinUlHn 'mill Neuralgia
radically ctiriti In 1 to U tlnjrti. Its action upon
tho fytcm Is remnrkiiblo ami mjrmerlou. It
remove nt once the cuiutj nnd UioiIUoamo tut-
Mediately dhitjiputirn. The, Ilrxt tloho erontly
. ttntli HIm 7.-i rpnlH mill HI. Snlfl liv If liVHinrie
program progressed. Tho hous;o wus ' druzglst, itcd Cloud.
of tens of
during the past
year is that the Ca
nadian West is tho
best West. Year
by year the agri
have increased in
volume and value.
and still the Canadian Gov
ernment offers 160 acres free
to every bona fide settler.
Tho phenomenal Increase In
railway mileage main lines
and branches has put almost
every portion ot tho country
within easy reach ot churches,
schools, markets, cheap fuel
and every modern convenience.
The ninety million hushnl
wheat crop of this year meant I
w.uw.ww to tlio farmers ot
Western Canada, apart from
the results of other trains as
well as from cattlo.
For HUr.lnr and InformiUon addnai
Superintendent of lmmlgrstioa
or Ih. tsuiotliM Oowua.nt Atn,
. W. V. BENNETT
801 New York Life llnUdta
8oo policies represent
ing over $2,000,000 in-
surance in Webster
county. Now is the
time to get in the
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Insurance and Notary,
Country, No. 26;
Boll, No. 98.
"When you ask for tho
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and do not got
Tou nro not getting tho best and will
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costs no moro than any other cough
remedy, and you nro entitled to tho
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Kemp's Balaam will stop nny cough
that can bo stopped by any medicine,
and euro coughs that cannot bo ourod
by nny other modicino.
It is nlwayo tho Best Cough Curo.
At nil druggists, 2.10., COo. nud 1.
Don't accept anything else.
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