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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1907)
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(From tlio Signal.)
Alrcndy n basoball gntno butwoon
lenn nnd fat Odd Follows is boluir
planned for tho I. O. O. F. picnic horo
thisfall. Other interesting features
will bo announced Inter.
Tho families of Henry Oberhoidn,
George McCall,Waltr Oberheida. Max
Buder and William Vonderfecht, held 1
a reunion at Mr. Oborheidn's Wellies-
day, in honor of C. Starke and wife,
Miss Cora Simpson expects to depart!
for Fooehow, China, about September
1, whore sho will be connected with tho
Liangau hospital. Miss Simpson hn.
chosen a uoblo life-work and tho Sig
nal wishes her unbounded success
(From tho Messenger)
A six-year-old daughter of John
Sells, southeast of town, while coast
ing down hill in a little wagon, fell and
broke her arm Tuesday.
Sohoolmams are already placing
applications for schools for tho coming
winter. Smith county is reported as
being short at least twenty teachers.
James Makiuson, an old sottler near
Cedar, died Thursday of this week
from injuries received from falling'
from the roof of a house a tew weeks
A funnel ahapod cloud was scon by
a number of people in the northeast
country last Sunday. It. appeared to
bo in the Cora neighborhood, but no
one has beeu found yet who saw.it at
(From tho Express.)
A loss of 15,000 at Mt. Clare Tues
day, lightning striking the Aabiil store
and then communicating to other
Someone has been poisoning dogs,
nnd J. S. Galbreth hasolfrred a reward
of $f0 for the apprehension of tho
guilty party. Galbreth, It. V. Hunter
and L. Goodhue have lost dogs the past
week by poisoning.
G. E. Kice, who lives in the Sweet
houo in tho Lost creek bend, had
quite a exciting time Sunday morn
ing with Utah water. Tho Hood came
down in a wall several feet high and
completely surrounded tho house, tho
rabbitts,chickonsaud cats of tho neigh
borhood taking refuge on hi porch.
(From tho Argus.)
Twin girls wore born to Mr. and Mrs.
Johu Dudley, Monday evening.
Frank Shook returned from Kansns
City tho tlrst of the week, where he has
beeu for some time for medical treat
ment. As Ben Franklin and family wore re
turning homo Sunday, his team became
frightened and broke tho touguo from
tho buggy .and returned to town. Ben
followed thorn up, borrowed a wngon
and finished the trip home. No ono
As Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter and
their daughter and her husband, Mr.
and Mrs. OrenVan Duson, wore driving
home from Downs Friday, their car
riago was overturned by being backed
over mi embankment, horses, carriage
HeighboFing Toiuns I
and occupants being piled up together.
VitnDuson Hiiffured a fracture of two
ribw, tho others escaped with a few
(From the Sentinel.)
Quito a laugh was caused among tho
po-tolIlue clerks recently by receipt of
a letter addrohsod to II. G. Law Book.
Watson Chitwood, one of tho group
who wont west on tho Hildroth auto
mobile excursion, returned on the
train Monday morning with a game
foot. In attempting to board the auto
his foot slipped and was sprained.
(From the lie view.)
Dan Smith has a black eye, which is
also skinned to some extent. In tell
ing his friends how it happened, he
said, "I got hit with n hyball "
Last Friday evening about a doen
young men of this place volunteered
to polish tho basket ball grounds. The
entire grounds were cleaned with shov
els. Rilph Johnson, eldest son of A. P.
Johnson, who has not been in this lo
cality for fourteen years, arrived tho
foro part of the week for a visit with
Last Saturday Sam Conner appeared
oi the streets without any whiskers ou
Ids chin wo hardly know him at first.
This is tho first time Sam has been
without his chin whiskers for more
thin forty years, having had thorn
shaved olf tho last time at Mobile, Ala
bama, in lSCi.
(From tho Monitor)
Just as we go to press a letter from
Fred Beolor conveys the sad news of
the death of Walter Scott in New Mex
ico. Mr. Scott was a pioneer of tho
Limestone country and one of its most
Clifford Brinkworth, a boy about
thirteen years old, son of T. H. Brink
worth, who lives north of Ionia, met
with a painful accidontTuesday. Jump
ing from tho hay rope in tho barn to a
pile of hay, his foot turned in such a
manner as to dislocate tho joint and
also break tho bones above the ankle,
tho bone protruding through tho skin.
Dr. Reynolds was called and took tho
little follow to Burr Oak for medical
assistance. At last reports it was not
decided whether an amputation of the
foot would be necessary or not.
(From tho Enterprise)
Miss Isadore Payne hadtho misfor
tune of having a ladder fall on her,
striking her in the back and laying nor
up for a day or two.
Last, week H. B. Boyd purchased the
quarter section of land belonging to
the Hardiug estate, whicu has been
farmed several years by Jonas Williams,
the purchase price beiug 31200.
Tuesday of this week a deal was
mado whereby the firm of Wright,
Wholan Bros. & King, tako possession
of the largo stock of farm implements,
buggies, engines and well and wind
mill stock of R. C. Chevalier.
Last Friday as Messrs Lindquest
and Anderson were at work on Mrs.
Marker's barn, tho scaffold gave way.
Mr. Anderson saved himself from fall-
is the only
High Grade Powder
offered to the
consumer at a
It should not be
the cheap, low
on the one hand,
nor the high priced
trust powders on
lug, but Mr. Lindquest only got hold
with one hand nnd could not hold him
self, nnd fell to the ground about 12
feet below, and got badly bruised on
one hip and is not yet able to walk.
(From the Citizen.)
Z. Boudroau, who has been hero vis
iting his son Loonel and family, left
for his home in Missoula, Mont., Tues
Three candidates for hospital treat
ment went down to Omaha Monday.
Mrs. Goorgo Worley, Emile Delmars,
and Alice Uiber.
A. J. Gaudrcault, whom the boys call
'Chos,"loft for a two-weeks vacation
Tuesday, which will be spent at Sara
toga, Wyo., near the haunt of tho moun
rineules are for tho kidneys and
Bladder. They bring quick relief to
backache, rheumatism, lumbago, tired
worn out feeling. They produeu nat
ural action of the kidneys in filtering
waste matter out of the blood. 30
days treatment SI. Money refunded
if I'inculcs are not satisfactory. Sold
by Henry Cook's Drug Store.
(From the Advocate)
French Harmon, of Center creek,
died last Monday after a long illness.
Sumner & Son aro enlarging their
store by making it the full width of tho
lot the entire distance of tho store.
Jerry Clow, of Franklin, was up last
Tuesday ou business, but wo noticed
ho was trying to get iuto the baldhead
ed row during the trial at tho court
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother (Iray, a nurse in New York,
discovered an aromatic, pleasant herb
cure for women's ills, called Australian
Leaf. It is tins only certain monthly
regulator. Cures female weaknesses,
backache, kidney, bladder and urinary
troubles. At all druggists or by mail
.10 cents. Sample free. Address, The
Mother liray Co., Ley Roy, N. V.
THE" BAY HORSE.
An Old Arab Legend That Tells of His
The bay colored horse Is said to be
the swiftest of all the horses. A story
to Illustrate this Is told of a certain
Arab sheik who, having been engaged
In a light with another tribe, was tak
ing his Might with his little sou.
They were both mounted on a mag
ullkeut white mare which belonged to
the swlk and which had always been
highly valued on account of the great
speed at which It could go. After hav
ing ridden some little distance the
sheik asked his son to look around and
see If they were being followed. The
boy replied that there was some one
riding after them on a black horse.
The sheik seemed satisfied on hearing
this report, but presently repeated his
question. The boy answered that they
were still being pursued, but that this
time the horse was white. "Never
inliul," said the father; "mlno' Is
In a few minutes he asked for a
further report, and the reply was the
same, with the difference that the horse
was a chestnut. The shlek, however,
put his question a fourth time, but
upon being told by his son that the
pursuer was mounted on n bay he
cried out, "Then we arc lost, for there
Is no horse which It cannot overtake."
Ills words proved to be true, for In a
short time they were caught up with
LEATHER BOUND BOOKS.
A Little Vaseline Improves and Pre
serves tho Binding.
An olilclal of the Congressional li
brary was talking with a friejul who
recently had purchased a handsome set
of leather hound volumes and said:
"You had hotter examine those vol
umes carefully to see If the leather
needs feeding. If It Is new stock they
will be all right let alone for several
years, but If they have been on the
shelves for some time the leather will
have lost most of Its natural oil and
become brittle. This applies especially
to books kept in private houses, which
are as a rule much hotter than the book
stacks of a large library. There Is
nothing more attractive than a 'fresh,
woll preserved leather binding ou a
volume and scarcely anything less so
than a dilapidated, cracked one.
"Von can mill year to the life of a
leather binding and a hundred per cent
to Its appearance by rubbing In a little
vaolIno with a ploor of raw cotton
not too much, ,lu.t as much as the
leather will thoroughly absorb. Where
the binding bends is where it Is most
likely to crack. The, leather will not
bo areiisy. as the vaseline will he ab
One treatment, every year or
two is uitllclent unless the books iiro
unduly exposed to licut." Washington
(Successors to John Griffith)
Staple and Fancy
A full assortment of Seasonable
Goods kept in Stock.
Call and See Us. We will try to
425 Webster Street.
Bell phone 102.
Iud. phono 14
That isn't all you save
either. You know people
who have drank Arbuckles
ARIOSA all their lives?
Look at them. They like
it and they haven't had to
quit drinking it
Don't let any man sell
you something instead,
which may ruin your
Cunpliea with all
rtquireraenti of the
National Pure Food
Law, Guarantee No.
2041. filed at Waih
iogtoa. Letter List.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for tit postoilloo nt Ked Cloud, Neb.
for tho week ending July 25, 1007:
Bhb Smith. :.
Loyd U Cole, i.
(ieo. I j, Hrown.
These will be sent to the (lend loiter
oillcu August 8. 11)07, if not culled for
before. Whon culling for above please
T. C. Haokkr, Postmaster.
I'ineules for the kidneys strengthen
these organs nnd assist in drawing
poison from the blood. Try them for
rheumatism, kidney, bladder trouble,
for lumbago and tired worn out feel
ing. They bring quick relief. Satis
faction guaranteed. Sold by Henry
Cook's Drug Store.
Peter llengsten, who for sometime
lnis boon off in tho upper story, was
brought down from Naponee, and the
board of insanity ordered him sent to
j the asylum at Lincoln.
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Notice of Tax Sale.
Notice I hereby given that tho undersigned,
on tlir sixth ilnv of November 10 b, purclmwd'
of the county trcnMtrer of Webster county. Ne
brrtRkn. at tirfvntp HAle. the following described
renl estate, sold for delinquent tuxes for the year
UMM, slid sltnnted In Red Cloud. Webster county,
Nebrankrt to wit Lota sixteen (ID) nnd hnven
icon (17). block eleven (II . Smitfi t .Moore'8 rt
dltlon to tied Cloud. Webster county. Ncbriiskn.
and taxed In the unmoor K. Ii. Anderson.
The above luunuri person xnd all other persons
Wiu cliilm mi Interest In the nbove hind will
tnkc notice that the time of redemption oi suld
hind from mid lax lnle will expire on llie'tlidny
of November. A U Ul i7.nfler which 1 will niiply
for a tax deed to nil of the above land which In
not redeemed J S. ItoncriTitON.
Dated tblt2M day of July. 1907.
Notice of Tax Sale.
Notice Im hereby given that tho uin1erilKned.
on Ihe Bth day of November, HKfi. ptiruhiiscd f
the county treasurer of Webster county. NebraH
kti. at private sale. Ihe following described real
estntn sold for dclliiiii( nt tuxes for tho yenr KOI.
nnd dtnnted In Ked Cloud, Webier count). Ne
braska, lo wit: Lots four tt) live (M unci slx(0).
In bio 'k ten (in), of l.eDue's addition to Ked
Cloud, Nebrnska, taxed In the name of Kdltli
The nbove named person and all others who
claim nn Inurest In the nbove Innd will tako
nollco thHt the time of redemption of 'aid land
from snld tax sale will expire on Ihe 7th day of
November A. I) Itorr. after which 1 will apply
tor n tax need for all of the above land tlml I
not rcdeeined. I.oijia Hanky,
Dated (IiIk lilh day of July, 11)07.
Notice of Bond Sale.
scnlcd proposals will be received by 1. If.
Fort, Secretary of the School Hoard, until Jnly
sjJth, 1807. at U .M.. for the purchase of I3fi.x
School llonds ot the School District of the City
of Ited Cloud. Webster County, Nebraska, votrit
April 2nd. 1P0T. llonds arc In dem ruination of
liVJO each, dated June 1st. 1907, bearitiR 4'J per
cent per annum, mniurlng June 1st. 1037. ami
optional after b years, llonds issued pursuant
to section ll'.'fiS, Cobbey'a 1903 Annotated Slat
utcs of Nebraska.
ltitls must be accompanied by certified check
for two. payable to the City Treasurer. TJik
Hoard reserves the rlgat to reject any and ulJ
Dated July llith. 1907. Ked Cloud. Ncbraskn.
DH. U.K. HAINES, President.
L. II. FORT, Secretary. JunS
INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM CURB)) IN
J 3 DAYS
I Morion L. Hill, of Lebanon Ind,. cays; "Mjp
I wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism In every
muscle aud Joint; tier sutfcrluq was terrible
and her body and fnco were swollen almost bn
, yond recognition: had been In bed six wuekn
and had eight physicians, but received no
I benefit until she tried the Mystic Cure for
1 Rheumatism. It gave Immediate relict nucV
I sho was able to walk about in three davs. i nm
sure it saved her life." Sold by 11. B. Grtce.
' Druggist. Red Cloud.
Just Received, a Car of
and FEED STORE
You can save money by
taking 500 pounds of him.
are the best on the market
Expell the worms, allay the:
fever, sweeten the stomach-
and place the hog in a healthy
condition. They are sold on a guaran
tee, or your money back.
Parties wishing any of these
will consult our agent,
Wa Hi WALTER, Red Cloud. Neb.
Agents vanted. Write Sopor &
cox, Rivorton, Nob.
Residence : First door south of
Rod Cloud Mill, 101 South Webster
Cau be found'nt homo every fore
noon. Terms reasonable.
CImi'wi ami tautlfUf the hair,
lroiiiouj a lnxuilM.t growth.
Itulr to lta Youthful Colon
Cltti 1 t-alp Ulit ana U h Jr fallfiS
w.ammu)at DnpliU i
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