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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1907)
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GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
Mnn Zan Pile. Remedy comes put up
In a collapsible tube with a nozzle.
Easy to apply right where soreness
and inflammation exists. It relieves
at once blind bleeding, itching or
f I protruding piles. Guaranteed. Price
f r.Oc. (et it today. Sold by Henry
511l1TT11'1(11,T,1,mvmvvmv'r, Cook'.s Drug Store.'
(From the Messenger)
From all over Smith county the re
ports are coming in that, the prospect
and Mrs. M.S. Marsh, of Grand Island,
wore RimstRiib t ho homo of Mr. mid Mrs.
Fred Taylor, Saturday.
Appeal to Dairymen.
(Spoooh by Mr. Glover to Michigan
Mr?. Walter Moore, who was taken ; Dairymen's Association, at Fremont.)
to St. Joe tho middle of the mouth, is When I get up iu a meeting of tliin
for fall wheat is good. Rains came just KOttl,B 0IIK MCely; she will bo able ' kind my spirit moves me to often say
at tho time necessary to pui, toe i;.- q vQlmn h(jm0 ujt W(j8k
In condition to winter tliroiign.
A. II. Kingsbury and wife camo in
from Itrldirmvater. S. D.. Tuesday. Mr. I
Kingsbury recently bought a quarter
Miction farm north of Keamsvlllo, and
(From tho Argus.)
Mrs. Gilbert, of Rod Cloud, visited
is preparing to take possession in tho ltt the homo of Mrs. Mary McArdld this J country largo creameries which reach
h mithing, perhaps, when I am not
until uly in order, but I would like to
supplement what Mr. Raven has said
with a few remarks which 1 think
appropriate at this time.
There havo been formed in our
(From thtf Signal.)
Miss Francis Nosbit, of Hod Cloud,
visited with friends here Sunday.
Ilov. Hummel of Wed Cloud, repub
liomi candidate for commisHionor of
the Third district, was iu town Satur
day. Her parents received a letter this
week from Miss Cora Simpson, who re-
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oentiy hiii lea ior rooeuow, iiiihh. duo
was on board ship on tho Japan coast
when the letter was written.
Mrs. Harriet Hoover received a check
from tho M. W. A. for $2000. The order
was very prompt in granting this mon
ey, as she had the check in just two
weeks after tho death of her husband.
Prof. Steward, of tho Rod Cloud Bus
iness College, was in town Monday dis
tributing advertising mutter soliciting
new students and advertising an enter
tainment which lie will give at tho op
era house Friday night, November 8.
Tho Burlington people- should pro
vide a street lamp near tho depot. Mrs.
L. L. Watt did not seo steps Wednes
day night and fell on tho brick side
walk and for a time it waa feared she
was badly hurt. She was badly bruis
ed and shaken up.
j out iu a great many directions and
and wife returned i very many miles from their location
from Bryu Mawr, for cream. Theseoreamerios are term
Wash., wheru tliey havo been for some , ed "Contralizers." Now tho central-
Walter Williams received word Mon
day that his sister was very sick iu a
hospital at Omaha, and that if ho wish
ed to seo her alive he would have to
come soon. Ilo left on tho morning
train next day.
Doc Lull arrived from Hoxio, Satur-
izers havo a place in our country.
They can operate in comumnites or
territories where it is impossible to
establish and support co-operative
creameries or proprietory creameries.
In that field which seems to ho open
to them, thpy havo a place; they can
nay tho farmers more for butterfat
day, and is visiting his paronts, Mr. i th(l1 tlpy ,.,,., V0(1 for it by making it
and Mm. H.M. Lull, and other relatives ilto (lairy Koods. (ieu selling it to
and old time neighbors. Ho says the ren0Vating factories, which take farm
simoon in his neighborhood was about urs butter, rework or purify it as best
tho same as here. Al and tvl Lull, or thoy (.at color lt IU1(1 seU it 0I, tlie
Vermillion, S. D., arrived Friday and mni.i,t. hr nrm-oos nmnvatwl but.
to those men; they cannot afford to
pay you as much for your butterfat in
the long run as the co-operative cream
ery", but tho farmer said, "I do not care
as long as I get tho prico, so here ho
goes'", and so his cream went to tho
centrulizcrs which was paying that
community 2c more than they could
afford to pay. Why?
They want to get-the goods, to des.
troy the farmers' own business and
tlmse mon are short sighted iu looking
after their future, they send their
cream to tho contralizers and then in
time pay back that money to tho
ceniralior becauso as soon as their
cooperative creamery is gone they
will receive 12c, lc. and uennd iu some
uses 10c less for their butterfat. So
the tanner will glvo the extra price
all back to them. Certainly. Those
mon are business men. they arc not
in the creamery work for tho fun of it;
they cannot alford to pay more for
butterfat than your co-operative
It' you havo a co-operative creamery
that you can control, can operate you
can make it pay as much for butterfat
as any concern on this green earth
and do not bo led astray by .someone
coming in here and soliciting you to
send your cream away for "2c more for j
the time being because it is only aJ
matter of time until your creamery.
Just Received, a Car of
and FEED STORE
You can save money by
taking 500 pounds of him.
are also enjoying a visit at home.
(From the Citizen.)
Mr. and Mrs. H.Gaudreault returned
yesterday morning from a little pleas
ure trip throughout the western part
of the state.
Miss Edna Evorling, who has been
very ill with typhoid fev'er for the past
three weeks at tho homo of her uncle,
U. Kverling, is stid quite low. A train-
with waiting and watching.
It is a little sad, so soon after
ter. The centralizers are better and
more economical than tho renovated
people and can pay the farmers a bet
The centralizers have a place; but
against Fire. Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, see
J NO. B. STANSER,
would be closed ami then you would ageut for tho Farmers Union Inaur
or dispose ol
inve to take the prico thcyolfered you ' unce Co., Lincoln, Nob., the best iu
,. -,, . surauce company iuthe s'ite
your cows. Chicago
To cure a cold first move tin bowels.
Bees Laxative Cough Syrup acts gent
ly on the bowels, drives out the cold,
clears the head. It's pleasant to take
and mothers highly recommend it for
when they come reaching out into oolds ur,)UP nnd "hooping cough. It
those communities where the farmers, 5s guaranteed to give satisfaction or
have already established a co-operative
creamery, are sucessful, are op
erating their own business and control
it; have it right under their own eyes,
havo it within their own grasp to im
prove and develop it, I think the farm-
money refunded. Equally good lor
young and old. Sold by Henry Cook's
nurse arrived yesterday to assist . ors should seo the danger of shipping
1. Evorling, who Is nearly worn out. his cream to those contralizers which
(From tho Enterprise".)
A deal was made this week between
JVed Werner and Charles Biuger by
wiioh Mr. Burger becomes the possess
or of the brick store building now oc
cupied by tho general merchandise
Htiick of J. P. Kropp, which was pur
(biased by Mr. Wernur from Charles
Spenco a couple of weeks ago. Tho
purchase price was S5-00.
A deal was made this week whereby
Charles Spenco and James Saunders
become tho owners of the 10,000 stock
of general merchandise belonging to
,7ohn Cireonhalgh of Cowles, and Mr.
.(ireonhalgh takes tho fitiO acre farm of
Charles Spenco, in Hitchcock county,
Is'ebr., iu exchange. Thoy take control
of the stock next Monday.
(From the Review.)
Mrs. Charles Irvin and iufautsoit tiro
quite ill with tho whooping cough.
Tho work on tho east approach way
to the creek bridge has been resumed.
Tho boys have boon clearing off the
basket ball ground this week. They
intend to defeat the girls on it when it
editors' peace conference, to witness
Bros. Richards and Crauo trying with
impartial fervor to discover which is
are located 100, 1.10 and in some cases
200 mllesaway from where you pro
duce your product.
They havo been able, through spe
cial rates given by tho railroads, to
the "damphool", aud each with true ship cream GOO miles and in some
Alphonsoand Gaston politeness, will-'cases 1,000 miles and make it into but
ing to permit tho other to accept tho tor and return the farmer a good price
honor. Wouldn't it bo well tolivido but hero is what is happening:
Tho letter It at the head of a prescrip
tion says an exchange, is derived from
the Latin recoipe, tho imperative
meaning ''take.'' Th little dart over
1 the tail of the R is tho symbol of Jove,
the Latiu god of Jupiter, and invests
tho writer with his authority by the
power of Jupiter. Therefore, the sign
properly translated reads: "By Jupiter,
you take this."
Residence: First door south of
Red Cloud .Mill, 101 South Webster
Can be found at home every fore
noon. Terms reasonable.
the responsibility, boys?
Mrs. Springer Kernes, who has been
in this vicinity aud Bladen visiting old
friends for sooral days past, will give
a talk at the Congregational church
noxt Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock.
This lady, whoso former husband, Mr.
Springer, was at 0110 time county mi-
In Kansas and Nebraska, where co
operative creamorio-i and proprietory
creameries are giving away to this sy
stem they are already beginning to
feel the monopoly. I believe in trusts
and co-operation but I do not believe
iu monopolies. Tn those states where
they havo frozen out the co-operative
Pad, a new invention.
Mrs. George Siuulser. of Red Cloud, S. Ol instead, be Roy. N
periutenilent of Webster county, is , and proprietory creameries farmers
well known iu this vicinity. She is now have lost control of their business; tho
quite noted as an evangelist in Colo-! centralizers havo reduced the prico aud
rado, her present home. the farmer must take it or go out of
. , . business. Tho farmers are getting
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skin should bedearund bright ''""K " ""-'"
At tho present time one of the larg
est contralizers in the world is paying
17c for butter fat iu one place, 2.1c in
another and Jse, m another. Whore
there is a co-operative creamery they
drop in, put tho butter fat prico
away abovothe market price and when
the farmers have practically destroyed
their oreunery tno centralizers say:
"Take 17c for your butterfat."
Tin other duy a mail said, "You are
making a mistake to send your cream
if your liver is iu normal condition.
Dade's Little Liver Pills not on tho
liver, and headache, constipation and
biliousness disappear. Price -.1 cents.
Sold by Henry Cook's drug store.
Ask for Al lens's Foot-Ease,
a powder for swollen, tired hot. smart
ing feet. Sample sent free. Also free
samples of the Foot-Ease Saitary Corn-
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at postotllco at Red Cloud, Neb.
for the week ending October 'J'.t, '07.
P. A. Marshall.
These will be sent to the dead letter
ollice Nov. 1 1, 111(17. if not called for
before. When calling for above please
T. ('. Hacker. P. M.
Don't worry about your kidneys
when you can obtain ltd days treat
ment of PiiuMiles for SI. These glob
ules bring relief in the lirst dose.
Backache, lumbago and rheumatism
yield quickly. If not satisfied your
money refunded. This is a fair offer:
you can't lose. Sold by Henry Cook's
It is a well known fact that persons
living in tho pine forests do not sutler
from kidney diseases. One dose of
Pincule.s at night usually relieves
backache. .'10 days' treatment SI. Your
money money refunded if not satisfied.
Sold by Henry Cook's drug store.
Don't Buy Land nor Loan
Money on Real Estate
without getting one of TeelV
perfect Abstracts of Title. The
oldest aud most reliable set ol'
Abstract books in Webster Co.
SI 0.000 bond tiled aud approved.
Represents M. of the best In
surance companies doing busi
ness in the state.
LOANS MADE on CITY PROPERTIES
O. C. TEEL,
Red Cloud, Nebr.
Office In Ovcring Block.
Phones: Bell 98, Farmcrs3$
YOUNG MEN wear clothes that are made espe
cially for you with snap and grace and life to them.
Don't wear clothes intended for old men.
If yon want to know what our ideas are on the
proper garment for Young Men, see our extensive
It comes put up iu a collapsible
tube with a no..le. easy to apply to
the soreness and inflammation, for any
form of piles. It soothes and relieves
pain, itching ami burning. Man Zan
Pile Remedy. Price ."iOc. (iuarantecd.
Sold by Henry Cook's drug store.
The Real Clothes of Fashion
For Young Men
All the latest fabrics and patterns checks, stripes
and Scotch mixtures; all the newest coloring effects
grays, browns, blues, etc., and all the very smartest
and most exclusive styles are here for your selection.
Every detail in the workmanship of Fashion gar
ments is guaranteed.
You will get the best wearing service from this
$10.00 to $25.00
Do you know that Pinesalvc Carbol
i.ed acts like a poultice in drawing
out inflammation and poison'.1 lUis an
tiseptic. For cuts, burns, cracked
hands, eczema it is immediate relief.
.Me. Sold by Henry Cook.
Notice of Tax Sale.
Notice it hereby nlven Unit the undersli;iiv
011 the al tiny of .laiiiuiry liwtl purchased of !:
connly treasurer of Webster county Nebraska.
private. Mile, tliu follow! ip ilocilbcd mil esta 1
Mild for dclintpicut tuxes for 1 ho years issv
l'.H)l Inclusive. uml situated In I'cd cloud. We
ster county. Nebmskii tn-wlt: Lot Kleven (I '
ami Twelve (12) la block Fourteen (1 1) In KhI
A: .Jackson's addition to Itetl Cloilil. WoliM.
county. Nebraska, ami liixetl hi the mime of I'
The iihove unmeil peron mid hII terioni w
claim mi Interct In the HboveiiremiH.. will tn'
notice tliHl the time of redemption of stud In..'
for hulil (hx stile will expire on the 21 ihiy
.liinimry UK'S, after which I will apply for a tx
rleed to all ot the above rlet-erlbeil preniK--whlch
are not redeemed. 'Ciur.i.i: It. Il
Dflted Sepiemhei IS, lit, 7,
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.lust to introduce it. the publishers
are offering for only ."it) cents to send
the Daily Stale .Iimrnal, except Sun
day, from now until .lauuttry 1. ID0S:
with Sunday 7.' cents. These arc
little over hid f price otters, and will
attract thousands of new readers.
The paper will stop coining on .lim
itary 1st without notice from you.
Why not send iu a half'dollar and see
what a great volume of rending mat
ter yon get for your moiieV Some big
events arc happening iu Nebraska and
you should keep posted by reading the
paper that can tell the whole truth
about everything and everybody.
Subscriptions received at .this office
Kor Kent Two large rooms. Inquire
of Mrs. II. A. MeCuue. .
Notice of Incorporation.
Not loo is hereby given Unit a eorpniiitloii h.i.v
licfiidnly formed liy Ihii uuiIimsIkiimI and iifi
cos of Incorporation dulyoii'ciitcd, tiled nud iv
corded, Thunamuvf thecorponitlou Is U.K. ("Mi
DiucCompftny Ituprlni'lpal pltu'cof inuisHi'il" ?
ItH bin-iiiesh ih Ked rloud, Webtei I'ouuiy. N;
briiska; (he Kenuriil online of tin hiislni'xfc to
tr-HMrted lb lliecoiiilnci of a ceaeinl retHll iv
uliok'Mlr drui: htiHliici. the manufacture, coin
pound Iiik. purchase anil sale of drills medleln 1'
and prescriptions., nnd of nil koo'Is and war.-v
usually handled by retail 01 wholesale druuuU
or dniK companies and the ai'ulsilou. holdli..r.
malnteiiancp and disposition of Mich real estaM
InilldliiKs. structures and pui-oniil propel ty w
amy be deemed uccehMiy to the propor and .
vautaiteoiis conduct of aid buMnehH. T.S
amount of capital stock- authorized Ik 7,7I 3
subscribed and fully puid up at cnuiuiciiccme'U
of business. The time of commeucmHUtof ti
corporation In (lumber 1st. llfll? audits termini'
II011 Ik tlftv ypiirK from paid dale. The lilu'hct
amount of Indebtedness or liability to which tn
corporation Is m any time to subject Itself '
f t MKi.dl. TlioolUreiB b whom tne all'alrs of
the corporation aro to be conducted, arc a boa .'.
of not to ex eed three dlieutors. froto whom &
r!iisi)ii a prcHidetit. secretary ami treasuier.
Dated October aft I, It'iT.
II, K. (llltCK.
IC. I, GuiMr-s
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother tJray, a nttr.se in New Yoim
discovered an uroiiiiitic, pleasant hero
cure for wotnen'sills, eitlleil Australian
Leaf. It is the only certain month v
regulator. Cures female weaknesses
backache, kidney, bladder and urinary
troubles, At all druggists or by mail
.10 cents. Sample free. Address, The
Mother Cray Co., lAy Hoy, Ni V.
MHanHMMrtrtWMWW 1 1 r to,
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