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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1907)
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Haven't enough hair? It must
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ance result in a heavy growth
of rich, thicfc.Rlossy hair! And
we know you'll never betray. K
The old adage, "Procrastination is tho
thief of time," is coming true in the
lives of so many of our young people
today. You were placed in this world
mid hero for a purpose, and that pur
pose is to subdue these powers around
you. Are you qualifying yourself to
meet these conditions and make battle
with them? Yon must overcome them
or thev will overcome you. Take your
choice. Attend the Business College
and overcome, or say "J'U wait
awhile," anil be overcome.
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TWENTY YEARS AGO
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Business College Notes
Airs. Henderson of Womer and Mrs.
1). II. ICuley made us a visit last week.
Those who attended the literary
l-Vulay evening say that it was a very
profitable hour spent together.
Prof. I'aul Diotriek was elected see
ivtary of the Commercial club at the
regular meeting Tuesday evening.
New classes have been organized in
oiumurciul law, theory and art, agri
vulture, arithmetic and rapid calcula
tion, and each is getting along nicely.
The school pupils certainly enjoyed
themselves at the concert Wednesday
r veiling and many of the sixty-four
pupils who attended expressed their
appreciation and thanked I'rof. Diet
rich for the tnvor. We can only say
that we are glad you enjoyed it and
that so inanv had that pleasure, anil
are sure if it is possible we will try to
to treat again.
Miss Steinman of tin- concert com
pany .asked: "Do you have a. college
here?" and after she was answered in
the atllrmative said; "1 knew it by
the audience; a college town always
gives us a good, appreciative audi
ence." lias the college placed Rod
Cloud in the lead so soon? Stand up
for the college, as the college is stand
ing "pat" Tor lied Cloud.
The high school concert given by
t.he pupils at the Congregational
church last Friday evening was well
attended, and everyone said it was
good. Why could not our high school
give such things as that two or three
times a year'.' Ued Cloud ought to
have the best high school in the state.
Why'.' Because the best people live
here. Why not have a declamatory
contest and show the state at the next
-district, teachers meeting that Ued
Cloud is still on the map and aide to
jjive each school a close contest for
I'rof. and Mrs. I'aul S. Dietrich ac
cepted an invitation to attend the in
stallation of the (J. A. It. and W. It. C.
oineers Inst Saturday evening. This
is the tirst time for a long time where
Mr. D. has had the pleasure of sitting
In the audience and have someone else
trive the entertainment, and perhfips
lie did act queer. Hut didn't we have
s Ijood time, and couldn't the W. K. C.
"hay-font" and "straw -foot" it to per
fection? Then that supper'. Why, it
made this writer think of the suppers
mother used to e,et. We must simply
Boy Accidentally Shot.
A heartrending accident occurred
last Tuesday at the home of John
Schcunemaii, northwest of Uivcrton,
at which time his son, Charles, aged
III years, killed himself.
As near we can find out. about Tour
o'clock in the afternoon the boy went
out to slop the hogs taking a shot
gun with him and was discovered by
his uncle, Henry, as lie was returning
from a sale. The upper part of the
bov's head was blown oil and death
was instantaneous. The theory is that
as he was crawling through the fence
the gun was discharged, as it was
found under the gate. The sheriff and
coroner, who viewed the body, did not
think that an inquest was necessary.
The deceased was a relative of the
Scheuneinan boys of this place and
Mrs. P. F. Peterson, who attended the
The relatives have the sympathy of a
large circle of friends in their bereavement.
Items of News Found In Tho
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
This Woolt v v V
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kent,
a son, .lanuary IS.
Frank Parker has removed to Ued
Cloud from Auburn.
A. II. ICaley and W. It. Roby expect
soon to go into business at llaigler.
Isaac. Fish of Clovcrton has been
hauling Ids wheat to Ued Cloud this
Charley Piatt has rented the rink to
A. A. Pope Sr I'.ros. for an implement
Hon. Algernon S. Paddock was
elected to the I'nitcd States Senate to
succeed C. H. Van Wyek.
This week a petition is being cireu.
luted calling for an election to vote
bonds for a water works plant.
They All Go At $
Last Friday night something serious
happened to John Leon of this place,
who lived alone, lie was found out in
his yard Saturday morning by .lames
Watson in a demented condition and
badly scarred up. One shoe was miss
ing and his coat and vest were unbut
toned, and his shoeless foot liadly
frozen. Many theories have been
ventured as to what happened, but, as
the elderly gentleman never told any
thing concerning his condition, it yet
remains a mystery to some extent,
lie died Tuesday night at II o'clock.
The family called for an inquest which
was rendered by a coroner's jury who
brought in a verdict of "Death due to
pi.'cuiiioniu caused by exposure while
in a tit of temporary insanity." Mr.
Leon was a ineinlier of the Catholic
church. He has been a resident of
Franklin county for a long time, and
was known as an honest industrous
man. -Uivcrton Ueview.
Relief orns Officers.
The Uelief Corns installed tin
lowing olliccrs Saturday night:
President Mrs. 1-3. .1. Ducker.
Senior Vice Mrs. .1. W. Warren.
.Junior Vice Mrs. C. C. McConkey.
Secretary Mrs. Mary Arneson.
Treasurer Mrs. S. II. Ki.er.
Chaplain Mrs. Bogonrief.
Ciiiard Mrs. Farner.
Assistant (Juard Mrs. Uichardson.
Conductor M rs. Dow.
Assistant Conductor Mrs. West.
Musician Mrs. Bohrer.
Patriotic Instructor Mrs. Howard.
Press Correspondent -Mrs. Ileal.
Color Hearers -Mrs. Turner. Mrs.
MeKcighan, Mrs. Uobbins, Mrs. Hesse,
The next meeting will be held Feb
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse- in Now York
discovered un aromatic pleasant herb
euro for women's ilia, called Australian-Leaf.
It is tho only certain
monthly regulator. Cures loiimlo
weaknesses and backache, kidney,
bladder and urinary troubles. At all
druggists or bv mail HO cents. Sample
free. Address, Tho Mother Grny Co.
LeRoy, New York.
PAUL STOREY, Clothier $
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The idea that has become general that first class building material
could no longer bo had is certainly knocked out, when you take a
look at tho complete lino of clear Soft Pino Finish and Siding
carried in stock by
Midland Concert Co.
The entertainment given by the Mid
land Concert Co. at the opera house
Wednesday night drew one of the
largest audiences of tho season, and
those present were not disappointed.
Hachel Steinman. the violinist,' is a
skillful artist on that instrument and
her numbers were highly appreciated.
Olga M. Miller is the most pleasing
elocutionist who has been heard here
in a long time. Alice Drennen Itobin
son and May Dellen, the other mem
bers of the organization, were equally
as talented in their lines. Those who
were present speak in the highest
terms of praise of the entertainment,
Fined for Drunkeness.
Henry Knout?., a stranger in this
city, filled up on "bug juice" Tuesday
morning and got himself arrested.
Police .IuiIl'c Ueed fined him S.ri and
costs, and he is laying the line out.
When Deputy Sheriff Hedge went to
arrest him. Koontz drew a revolver,
but lie was easily disarmed. These
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.-.ay that the whole proceedings were I ai,imals, and everyone of them should
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lie arrested and given tiic.linni. oi tm
4'iirried out in the very best possible
way by each old soldier and each
better half" soldier.
The Midland Concert Co. entertained
the largest audience on the course
Wednesday evening. "It was fine,"
The best ever." etc., are expressions
vou hear from everyone. Miss Miller
eemcd to be a favorite with our peo
ple, while Miss Steinman held her
.audience with that soul power that
comes from the violin when in the
hands of a master. Miss Uobinson cer
tainly has full control of her voice and
gave many beautiful and touching se
lections, and it took Miss Dellen to
make the evening', program complete,
with her accompaniment and all we
.an tind words to say is that each is n
.-star in her line, and four stars like
those four almost malic a heaven for
man here below.
Misses Hertlia Olinstcde and Lillian
J'ortenier, and Uiehard Cooper arenew
.students this week. A great number
.of other young men an,d women in and
around Ued Cloud would like to come
to tchool nnd could come if it were
nut. for indecision. Some dav thu re
law. There is any number' of young
men and boys around town who carry
"guns." and the quicker they are ar
rested and prosecuted for doing so the
belter it will be for everybody.
Lydia A. McFarland.
Mrs, Lydia Ann McFarland, aunt of
Mrs. Cieorge .1. Warren, died Saturday
at the home of her niece, aged 77 veins
and !i months. The remains were
shipped to Lincoln Sunday, where
funeral services were held at the home
of O. C. Hell on Monday, and inter
ment was at Uaymond, Neb. Mrs. Mc
Farland was born in Herkimer. N. Y..
in 1 8a. She lias lived in .Hetl Cloud
with her niece most of the time for
the past fifteen years. She issurvived
by two sons, (irant .McFarland of Lin
coln and another son in Oregon,
"Pineules" (non-alcoholic) made from
resin from our pine forests, used for
hundreds of years for Hladder and
Kidney diseases. Medicine for thirty
davs. SI. liuarantced to give satisfac
tion or money refunded. (let our
guarantee coupon from lfenry Cook's
Sorrow of an Artlflt.
A first class Journeyman tailor who
Is both sensitive and ambitious must
have more than his share of .sadness
and heartache. The completeness with
which ho is ignored by those who aro
made happy by his workmanship can
not fall to cause him mental agony.
The bosses know hint and appreciate
his work, and so do his fellow crafts
men, but that Is all. Heyouil them he
Is unknown, unthought of. His work
goes out into the world to delight and
to be admired, but It 'brings to him
tioiHn.p fmiie nor nralse. Flo Is no
more thought or or considered by thoso
who wear wttli pride a garment ho
made than the sheep Is from whose
back the wool was sheared that went
to its making. American Tailor and
IVlilNtlcr nnd Color.
Although 'Whistler did not care for
music, he made use of his technical
knowledge for themes. "Symphony In
Cray and C.-ecn," "Variations In Blue
and Croon." "Nocturne: Opal and Sil
ver." "Arrangement In Black and
nrown," are examples of this particu
lar trait. His most ambitious desire
was to paint a grand concerto-like pic
ture with tho title "Full Palette," "Just
as In music." he explained, "when they
employ all the Instruments they make
It 'Full Band.' If I ean find the right
kind of thing. I will produce a har
mony in color corresponding to Bee
thoven's harmonies In sound." Otto II.
IhU'hcr In Century.
of Ked Cloud, Neb. What is also pleasing td the buyers of Lumber
and building material is tho fact that their prices aro reasonable,
and thoy guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. They also have a uico
lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. Seo their Shin
gles. You can not holp but admiro them.
Tho members of this enterprising firm, assisted by plenty of
excollont help, aro always glad and take pleasure in showing to tho
public this nice stock.
Clencl and Ix-aiitiflM Uif ,litr.
t.. ...a a iMVllnfltit PfttWUl.
Never Foils to itPBtorc ciray
llair 10 jib xoumiuj v,i.ur-
Cures -aln tliiwtict i. lialr lallicg.
Sttppler-PId Miss Kutts admire
your paintings? Dobber-I don't know.
Stlppler-- What did she say about
them 7 Pobber-That she could feel
Unit 1 put a great deal of myself Into
mv work. Stipplcr-'Woll, that's praise.
I)obber-ls it? The picture I showed
her was "Calves In a Meadow."
Your money refunded if after using
three-fourths t?J) of n tube of Manan
vou are dissatisfied. Return the bid
ance of the tube to your druggist, and
you money will be cheerfully return-
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jret will come when it is too lnte. ' y Henry Cook's drug store,
Mr. Misfit suvngely)-Before I mar
ried you was there any doddering
Idiot gone on you? Mrs. Misfit Thorn
was one Mr. Mlslit-I wish to good
ness you'd married hlni! Mrs. Mrflt
I did. Ix)s Angeles New.
Tho Joy life is norcr fully renllzed
until ie blessing df freely giving nnd
frcoly receiving hna been loomed.
Real Estate Transfers.
For the week ending Tuesday. .Ian- '
uary ",i. furnished by the Fort Ab
stract Co., L. II. Fort, Manager. I
Charles Spence to It. C Chevalier
lots 17, 18, Bill. :. Spence'sadd
to Bladen, wd '-'"'
.lames II. Current to It. C. Cheva
lier, lots It, l, Blk. .1. 1st add to
Bladen, wd "
C. F. (hind to .John Bostock, lots
7, 8. Blk. 17, Blue Hill, qcd.... 1
Nellie Spence to Stephen II. Den
ton, lot 7. Blk. :t. Spcnce's add
to Bladen, wd
S. II. Denton to Chares W. Cow
ley, lot 7. Blk. -'. Spence's add
to Bladen, qcd
.lames Burden to.Mattie M. Wied
eramden, lots .", f, '.. 7, Blk. :i
(..arbor's and add to Bed Cloud
Bernard McNeny to, Mattie M.
Oulliford. lotsai.'-'M, s:, Blk. :t
Hicliardson's add to Ued Cloud
C. F. (iund to O. W. White, lots
ii. 10. Blk. 5. Uohrer's mid to
Blue Hill, wd
Lincoln Land Co. to Platte River
Conference, lots I, Blk. 7. Itose
Charles A. Sehultz to Krncst R.
Hampton, lots :, -l.nS sell-I-10
Silas Ciarber to Mattie M. (iulli
ford, lots I ft. I". Blk. 7. Lots
JO to Vl. Blk. !JH, Red Cloud,
Orella Wilson to Trina Stalup.
n!.' lots I'MH-H. Blk. 0, Uoh
rer's add to Blue Hill, wd....
R. J). Dexheimer to Clans Rose,
lot I, Blk. 7, Rosemont, wd... Jft
Some of my eastern clients want
farms out this way. What have
A well improved Webster county
farm for sale.
A nice little city property for sale
Avail yourself of the opportunity
I have offered you in making SIU,000
in a year by buying a section of my
land in eastern Colorado, or Sl.'..ri00
in buying a quarter only.
Take a homestead and buy Kit)
acres adjoining it, it will take vou
only S.,oo to swing it.
N. 1 KLOWGAR1),
BED CLOUD, NEB.
Ofllce of Co. Atty. L. II. Black
ledge. Phone IS.
Mortgage filed. SlOftOft.
Mortgages released, WJU.ftO,
Come to Mcpherson
Flno river bottom well Im
proved farnih and ranches,
good towns, schools and
churches; no saloons. Call
on 4t nddrtos
E. E. FACMfJfc, MarwrttcKu,
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