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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1907)
flemsy totes from
(From tho Signal.)
this week to Tronmour Cono of Wn-
Marios Liiirffoni sold a team ot mnlcs
hoo for tho nico littlo tmm of W.
A fow months ago II. V. Cobbo
brought, a consignment of hogs to
town which nottud him about Sl.OCO
Wodnusdny moniltu hu brought in
another lot which netted him a little
bettor than 8MJ0.
Word cumo this week that tho
youngest son of II. D. Fishburn was
dangerously slelc in Uenvor hospital
with typhoid fovor. Mrs. Fishburn
and another son from Burr Oak, Ivan.,
departed at once to attend tho bed
(From tho IOntorprise.)
An accident that camo near result
ing in tho doatli of Ellis Crom hap
pened to him in tho Il.Ciund it Co. ele
vator Wednesday. Mr. Crotn was up
oiling tho shafting when his clothing
caught on a sot-screw. Tho force was
so groat that his clothing was wound
around tho shaft and ho was lifted and
whirled around and around tho shaft
until ho caught hold of a projecting
beam and held himself. Persons hear
ing his cries ran over and stopped tho
engine and it was found necessary to
cut his clothing from his body to re
move him from tho shafting. Curious
to relate, except a badly bruised arm
mid a fow minor bruises on tho body,
he was not hurt. It was a close shavo
to death, howovor.
(From the Argus.)
In sotting tho glass In tho now jew
olry storo ono of tho two largo plate
glass was broken.
Lightning struck and demolished a
chimney on Harvo Dunton's residence
A part of tho oast wall on tho Skll
llu building was thrown down Tuesday
night, breaking oil' tho wator plpo pud
Hooding tho basement.
Elovon of tho sixteen Farmor phono
linos woro burnod out Wednesday
uight. Forty fuses on tho Hxchango
lino woro burnt out tho same night.
During tho storm of Wednesday
night lightning struck tho barn be
longing to Dr. Honry Dykos, burning
tho building and a part of tho con
tents. AuiMhtiM, 1857, in tho state of Wis
cousin, oee.m'i-iwl n wiwlilimr in ..lii,.l.
Mr. Thomas Huruoss was th.. ...nm
and Miss LydiaSchormorhorn was tho!
bride. This marriage notice would bo
considerably out of date woro it not
for tho Tact that tho couple still live,
their homo being in South Lebanon,
and celebrated their golden wedding
Friday of last week.
(From the Sentinel.)
The lino big red automobile seen on
our streets reunion week belongs to
tho father of Photographer Brown. It
The drayman hauled a whole driy
load of sclent illc apparatus over to tho
hchoolhouso Saturday (eight big boxes)
which have boon purchased for our
Hy an overwhelming majority the
people of Franklin by Monday's oleo
Hon voted in favor of municipal wator
works. Tho vote " for" was a landslide
oxeuediitLMhe f.in.h.st ,,vii....t..n..w ,.p "
V . -"- --M-" """
inoso wno nail iiiiiorol hard to bring
about tho desired result.
Karl Spence, editor of the Bladen
Enterprise, attended tho rouuiou in his
father' automobile. Now il we were
i.- I, . .. ... . i
milium! as rriuiK uimix oi the Telo
scope wo would further inform our
readers that ho camo to see his host
girl; but we won't do that.
(From tho Review.)
E. T. Kasmusson was on tho del; list
1 10 fore part of tho wook, but is ablo
t'j bo about again
A wave of olvlo pride struck Klver
ton early Tuosday morning and until
nearly noon "Tho man with tho hoe"
was abroad and active, l.lkowlso tho
man with scythe and rako.
Just after tho reunion at Franklin
we noticed (ieo. Conner with two black
i.a Plorpoint returned tho latter J ' "l,'Nt w,,,,"wluy, two per-
of last week from Cedar Rapids, rn!l,l,,i:? 'l!1:v' l!00'' 'u" ' " !'
wa, with a bride. Mr. Pierpoint was , ' B"IU "lu,"K' nd glorious
irriod Aug. Ill to Miss Varnes. . St.m'1 lmra,K! 10 "' rt fall
JleighboFh Touins I
eyes, and Isaac Sliiordsou with one. '
Just what thoy binod m iimiinst i9 :
moro than wo eulell, but it was
!8trollff' w,mtover il is.
Harry Uunks canWo tho Review
olllco tho other da;Ul Informed us
that ho was going t ,illd an ark and
ho wanted us to priro to outer It at
tho proper time. JA,d he expected
(From the Lller.)
Tho D. A-. M. depot! this place is
undergoing much need repairs.
K. Montgomery, whoL0 out from
l'atersou X. J. severall-eks ago, sold
his farm .Monday to Tj. Nichols, re
ceiving tho neat sum ol),000 for It.
During tho rain Tuest night light
ning struck a barn oi.(l by Davo
Waderman, llvinir seveliiiles south
west or town. Ho had U mied tho
barn with hay; this at Lome grain
was destroyed, and luck' no stock
was in tho barn or they tjwould have
piobablybeen burned, he loss will
total about 81,000, whiclk partially
covered oy insurance,
(From the Advoei
TIkmo woro four HolsmaLutos in
town last Monday at ono ti
i usieniuy ior a snort, tinuhe. Cross
ii j t
thought his wife was golnu, collect
his life insurance. . lie wil in tho
ttlllflPflf rill- rf KId tl.r 1H1!...
" " " nnui iiiimia nuio
lamp with alcohol when iu 0 man
ner tho can exploded hi his huY scat
tering lire all over tho rob and
throwing the cm across the roij
(From the Express.)
'I'lln 1 Ton. .in,...,.. r...l
.... ..VIHI1WH3VU 1 lUIIUUC v.o.avo
completed their building for theWl.
try-dressing department of their L.0
rl'ln PSfuf Viit:,...,,i i i. .. J
. ...... ..c.uvpimi iiiiNu uuriicun
prtrently is not a good plaeo to loau
bicycle, as there have boon five wlJjs
stolen from there iu the past fow yeik
Tuesday 13. F. Vail left his bicyU
there and It came up missing, but e
found it next day at tho house ol
young man across tho lower bridi
who owned ip to taking it.
Miss Inn Oittings is homo from r.ak1
Chautauqua, X. V., whore she was ai
instructor in tho physical training de
. " ,s ,,m' of ,,u' I'i'culiar eliaraeteris-
f l,1 " tatiMy. men and
women, to delight in witness! nir ha
anions expositions of daring jskill and
expertness, exploits in which chuck
ling death is disappointed and grim
destiny is detlcd by human nerve and
science. In the arenic program of the
(iollmar Itrothers' Greatest of America
Shows thissoason prominence has been
given to a series of specialties which
will prove of thrilling interest to every
circus goer. Marvelously astounding
is the work of the Flying Nelsons, the
gieat Kuropean family of aerial aero
bats, engaged by th,. (iollmar Iiros. di
rect from the world famed Circo Itussie,
St. Petersburg. Russia. Tlie.se wonder
ful people appear for the llrst time in
Am-rica, introducing an act so replete
with sensation, thrill and spectacular
elVcct as to put entirely outof question
any effort of would be imitators to ilu
plicate their exploits. They are more
than past musters in the art of aerial
nVlitwik tn.l 4 1...1 .. 1 i .
..." im" '""g'i'siance lltglits
,mi leet in
a mill air. nnssiiur ..n..i. ..m,,...
in vaults, deini-vaults, pirouettes and
tvisters. with the grace and precision
or winged creatures, charms the eye
and delights the senses. These Nel-
miiis are wondirs and their act the
ineiueiif iii-UkH.i ..Mf .......
is a diversified repertoire of fonts ,.v
i-. . .... uiuiiLf, imil iiicro
ploits, deeds and acts in equestrian
ism, ttcrohatism, gymnastic and nth
letie sports iu arena and hippodrome,
which marks the (ireatestof American
Shows as the tuo.st complete traveling
amusement enterprise in the world to
dny. The great circus, museum, hippo
drome and Sl.oon.ooo mcnairerie ..,,...
to see it.
-Mothers with little children need no
longer fear croup, colds or whooping
cough, ltees Laxative Cough Syrup
tastes good. It works off tho cold
through the bowels, cuts the phlegm,
clears the head. For young and old!
Guaranteed. Secure a bottle at once.
Sold by Henry Cook's drug store.
Do you know that I'inesalvu Carbol
ized acts like a poultice in drawing
out inflammation and poison? It i.s an
tiseptic. For euts. burns, cracked
hundh, cc.ctna it is immediate relief.
- '' - ' .Sold by Henry Cook.
Your skin should be clear and bright
if your liver is in normal condition.
Dade's Little Liver Pills act on the
liver, and headache, constipation and
biliousness disappear. Trice '.'. cent'-.
.Sold by Henry Cook's drup M,ore.
A frion'i or tho noma
A too of tlte Truat
Compllea with the Puro Food Laws
of oil states.
Yes, and "you bet it's
Most boys from fhe
country who make their
mark in the world are
brought up on Arbuckles'
ARIOSA Coffee. Don't
let anybody switch you
may ruin your
Ccsnpliei with all
requirement! of the
National Pure Food
Law, Guarantee No.
2041, filed al Waib
cessors to John Gri(l'eth)
e and Fancy
A full issortment of Seasonable t
G ods kept in Stock.
Call and c5ce Us. We will try to
425 Webster Street.
Uoll phono K. Ind. phone M
Proposal For Bids.
Nolleo Ik horcliy given ilmt tho City Council of
Ifi'il Cliiiul. KetiniBlcn. will ri-ceho H'liledlilrtMit
tlio olllre of the City clerk, up to tl o'clock n. in.,
bi'litumbor !A)th. Ii7. for the uirmu of IjuIM
Iiik titty r-emutit eros.8VRlkhnit(lhl(levrtlks.(inore
or li'M), In Midi city, audi crost.nH tunl wnlka
Io he liullt ncctirctlni! to pinna mid siieelilcatlons
now on record In tho olllco of the Ulty Clerk.
I ho Council renulres a bond from tliosucresHfiil
bidder or bidders, for tho fulthful i.er
lormance of Mild work.
''''io, t'oiincll rcbervcs th tight U reject any
and all bid
Ilea Cloud, Nebwaka. AiiruH 23rd. HW.
A REWARD OF FAITH.
Tho Sfrery of a Church Twice Struck
A congregation in a hilly district In
Ohio, says the Youth's Companion,
bought a small tract of land and
erected a church building upon It
Then the question of insurance came
up. Mr. Hlpos. the wealthiest member,
who had contributed more than half
the money needed for the now struc
ture, declared that he did not believe
in Insurance. "This Is the Lord'a
building. He'll take care of It." he
Ills view prevailed, and there was
no Insurance. In a few weeks the
building was struck by lightning and
nl'iost totally consumed by lire. An
other one was erected, Mr. Slpe.s con
tributing the greater portion of the
fund as before. This time the demand
was almost unanimous that It be In
sured, but Mr. Slpes again objected
on the same ground.
"If It burn down again, brethren."
he said, "I'll agree to rebuild It inv
fcelf." Again he carried his point. In less
than a month the new church was
struck by liuhgilug .again, and al
though strenuous efforts were made
to save It, the loss was almost total.
"There must be some reason for
this, brethren," said Hrother Slpes. "I
am going to find out what It is."
Thereupon he employed a force of
men to sink a shaft on the site of
the twice destroyed church. Within
a few days a rich vein of ore was
found, and the church proper?? was
Hold for many times the amount
needed to buy laud iu another locality
ami build again.
"I tell you, brethren." said Hrother
Slpes, "It pays to trust the Lord. He's
a great deal better business manager
than nuybody hi this congregation."
In Ancient Times tho Cure Was Some
Carlsbad, that fashionable resort In
Kohcmla, Is a very ancient cure place.
It has held a royal charter from Kaiser
Carl IV. since 1401. History has It
that It was the mighty leap from rocky
heights to the depths below of a hunt
ed deer pursued by he hounds of Kai
ser Carl IV. that led to the discovery
of the Sprudel spring and that Hie deer
hunting emperor was the founder of
the health resort to which he gave his
Originally the Carlsbad cure and the
mode of life there, a mode which re
mained In fashion for at least two eon
turles. consisted solely In the use of
the biiths. This, however, was so ener
getic that we children of the twentieth
century are overcome by a feeling of
admiration for the doctors who ordered
such cure and still greater honor for
the patients who could undergo them,
for the bath treatment was so severe
that It wan not Inaptly called the
"hautfreser." or skin eater. It was
only about the year l.'OO that Dr. Pay
or, the town physician of Elhogen.
near by. ordered the Carlsbad water to
be drunk as a euro. Quoting from the
publications of the period and Dr. Pay
"I have said that this water must be
drunk, and as hitherto it was not usu
ally employed for drinking, but only
for bathing, this will appear new to
many." The quantity of the water
prescribed was in handsome proportion
to the "skin outer" twenty, forty and
up to sixty cups of a morning regular
ly. Town and Country.
A" Cardboard Planet.
One remarkable achievement of Sir
William Ilerschel was hi connection
with the planet Saturn, lie had ar
ranged to erect his telescope at Wind
sor castle to enable Queen Charlotte
and the ladles of the court tr see tho
wonders fl' the ringed planet, but on
the evening arranged for the observa
tion great banks of clouds covered the
fcl.,. However, he explained that that
would not matter, and after the Instru
ment had been carefully directed the
queen and her attendants looked
through It and saw the great planet
and its marvelous rings quite distinct
ly. Ilerschel. It seems, had expected
bad weather and during the day had
made a cardboard model of the .Saturn
Ian system and erected It In tho
grounds a lamp at the back proldlng
tho necessary Illumination. Westmin
Ho Wasn't a Gormand.
That wary old fellow. luillleMueimff.
was enticed Into a friend's house the
other night, and his host managed to
win riO shlllliiKa from him at "nap."
What Is more rem a rl; able, when the
bailie had parted with his last shllllne;
ho rose, full of wrath.
"Won't you stay to supper'" pressed
his host. "We have a lino bit of ham
"Xo, not I. Dae ye think I eat 50
shillings' worth of ham?" London An
BWers. uur Language.
"He's the coming man."
"Yes; he's onu of the best fellows go
ing." Haltlmore American.
The great republic shall live as long
as tho poorest citizen freely expresses
his personal and political opinion, and
no longer. Baltimore American.
Notice of Tax Sale.
Notice In hereby Klven that tho underMj;icd.
on the Nlxth dav of November. 19 6, purchased
of the county ireaMirer of Wehtucr county. Ne
braska, at private oale. the following deonlbed
real estate, nold for dellnqticnt taxc lor the eat
1WI. and situated In Ned Cloud. WebMereouniy,
NcbrHskt, to wip Lot sixteen (111) and h-vcii-teen
(7. block eleven (II . SmlMi ,t Moore'N ml
dltlon to Ned Cloud. Webttr county. NebraHka.
and taxed iu th name of f I,. Anderson.
I he above named pemon and all other persona
who claim an Interen Iu the above Inud will
liike notice that Ilu time of redemption of khII
land from said tax nle will expire on the7tli day
of November. A I) it) 7. after which I wlllapplv
lor n tax died to all of the abote hind w hlcii I'm
""' ledieined .1 s. Noiikiit-on.
Dated thin Vl, day of .Inly. Ilr7.
Notice of Tax Snlc.
Notice It hereby ulven that the uiidcrMciioil.
on Ihel.thdariif November, linn purchased -if
he county treasurer of Webber conntv. Nchra
km. at private sale, the following dese'rlbed reirt
elate sold for ilellniU nl tnxe for lliexenr l!K.
and situated in Ned cloud. W'ebMer coiintv. Nc
bfiiska to wit: i.olf..nrH) tlve i.'.) and s'lxet).
In Mo U en M(.). of l.el)m, mldltloii to l(i..,
J iid. Nebraska, taxed In the name of IMlMi
I'he above named person mid all others who
claim an interest In theahuu- laud will tne
iiotleo that the time of redemption ol said hind
Mom said tnx -me will expire on the Tth dav of
November All IliT. aftrr which I will ii'pplv
for n tax deed for all of the above land thi li
not rericnmt-,1. I.oiii-a Hamy
Hnteil this lllh day of July. i
Notice of Bond Sale.
sealed proposaN win )C reethed by 1,. 1.
i-.'h fm-rt,!ltf ','! ,hJ S',IOnl li0nr,i- """I AllUllit.
l.lli 1 ., at 1W.AI,. foi the nuiehase of VJh.ulu
i tVu,i V.Vn1? 0..lhc' s"bool DMtlct or tho Ctl7
of led Cloml: ebster County. Nebraska, votei:
April 2nd. P0, llomls are Iu deni mlimtlon of
f.iOi encli. dated .June 1st. 1MT. benrlnc 4. vpr
cent per annum. innttirlnK .lime in. l7. nut
oiulonal after.') years, liouds Mied pursuant
osectloiil !!.':,. Cobbej's m.l Annotnteil SMt
llles of ebrnskn.
f.,.,l5J.n"'" 'ercoinirttilfil by certltled eht-ex
for f.Jio. paab!e to the City Treasurer. Tha
nr.l reserves the rlpnt to reject any ami ,ni
Dilted August 1st. Ii7, Ned Cloud. 'Nehrask.
t .i ,, o,)U "R "AINi:.M'rcl.lent.
h. II. 1'OIIT, Secretary.
INFLAMMATONY NHEU.MAT1S.M C'L'NKD IW
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon Ind.. says; 'Mj
w fe had Inllaramatorv Nheiimatlsm In ever?
muscle and Joint; her suirerliiK was tcrrlh-.e
aid her body and face were swollen r.lmosi uo
J.w.011."0"5.1""1 blel) Inbedslxweei
f" ' nll.Hd V.1'1 Mijslclans. but received nc
betient until she tried the .Mystic ('tiro far
Nheiimatlsm. It Wve immediate relict "&
she was able to walk about Iu threo dais, i in
Just Received, a Car of
and FEED STORE
You can save money by I
... B nwu jjuuiius oi nun.
& $ 15he Medical
are the best on the market,
hxpell the worms, allay the
fever, sweeten the stomach
and place the hog in a healthy
They are sold on a guaran
tee, or your money back.
parties wishing any 0f these
will consult our agent,
W. Ha WALTER, rci woud.Nck.
Agents wanted. Write Sopor A Wil-
co., Htverron, 4ou.
Residence: Pirstl door south of
Red Cloud Mill, 101 South Webster
Can bo found'nt homo every fore
noon. Torms reasonable.
L. 11. Koiit, city Clerk,
I. ' i.'.i.i".li'ifflllwwi.
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