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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1908)
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i, Neuisy Notes rom Neighboring Towns
Someone wont into the M. K. par
sonage, Sunday night, while tho min
ister nti'l Ins fimiily wem nil at church.
A pitcher mid lliirty cunts was all
that was token.
Frank Shafer put up a barb wiro to
turn IiIh .lock, and forgot) lug all about of ycriHi,4 m0
Prompt surgical treatment was se
cured and Hid latest Initio ins aro fa
vorable. It wl I bo of interest to many of our
rcadois to i earn of tho death of (Too.
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MMfKBU t'KUlYJ uut tiAunviNur- 2. Colvor at his homo in Aurora. Nob..
9 '. .. Jan. WV of caneor, go I .l. Ho wi
' '.'''' on0 0f (1(J ,jrtI. y uttifiH in "bin county
GUIDli ROCK. second xploiifii had ooeurrod. No a , (i n.s,iellt 0f ,,s (!ity sovorai
particular damage was none.
About (50 i)i'.-ons called tt the homo
of II. A'. Uatloy Tuesday and gave him
a farewell dinner.
W. A.;Seelo. is suffering with a very
fioro foot bocuuho a .heavy pit-co of
pinointf toll on it Tuesday while bo
was (it work In Ills shop.
Matho Konsitick cntiio near breaking
(i leg Friday evening wliilii doing
chores. The snow and wind blinded
him and in his hurry stopped ou some
ico which thro him.
Howard Wirt of JcU'orson, Iowa, and
a son-in-law of our townsman, J. vi.
Roland, and will take possession of tho
Turner furnituro parlors, which ho has
purchased, either today or tomorrow.
(From tho Journal.)
F. D. Gibson, Wt-torn Union iimiii-
Intorcstinu Items Gathered
by Our County R-oporters
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sprachor,
Jack Richardson tnarketod hogs last
Will nioboum was hienking cons
tigor here, has resigned his position ' Monday.
and is succeeded by J. J. MeOloskey , w M hrn7iQll ,.( .i,,., s,.0 ,lu first
' of last week.
(From tho Iteviow.)
Grandpa Hunter is complaining con
siderably those dnys of his ill health.
Mrs. Noy Jlanks, who has been on
tho sick list for some time, is reported
Mrs. Chtis. Pugsloy was called to
Kairbury Tuesday morning to bo with
her motiior who is sick.
Isaac Shophcrdson found ids valua
bio driving maro, which ho bought
of W. S. Bouse of liod Cloud, in a herd
of ponios that went through this place
Tuesday hoadod west.
Last Wednesday morning twins wore
born at t ho homo of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Livongond living four miles west of
town. Ono of tho twins is'a boy and
tho other a girl, each weighing seven
Mrs. J. 9. Heller returned last night , r, u I()(JV0 u ropor,c,i somewhat
from Geneva, whoro sho has boon tal; famrovud at this wriLiinr. i
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tug treatment) lor cauot'r or t.no nice,
Her condition is very much Improved
it, ran into it with such forco that ho
wii thrown backward, alighting on tho
back of his head.
Some tin regenerate tliiof stole all
tho meat that. ill l'arks had, and ho
has no nioro hogs to butcher. A man
ought, to bo hung for stealing pork
lattenod on tlfty dent corn.
(From tho Leader)
Mike Distlor is ablo to bo up and
about town again.
O. ' . Klitigmaii of North Carolina
accompanied by his mother, who re
sides in Hastings, camo in Tuesday
and visited a couple of days with Mrs.
A. i). MoNeor.
Miss l.emmio Sciiaa died at Hie homo
of hor nuiit. Mrs. .Iniiu Kosc, in IJitio Dave Wishart hauled out lumber
1 1 ill oarly Tuesday morning, aged 1!) tliis week for the erection of a lino
years. Sho had been very low for J now house on his farm north of town,
some weeks, sullering from an abscess Tl0 W(J,f ,nmt S(jnlh ()f t()wn ,lst
ou tho brain. 'Tuesday was not a success. There
A basket social and dunce hold by woro several wolves in the ring, but
tho mambors of tho I. O. O. F. lodge J they got away before any ono got a
and their families in tho Odd Fellows crack at them.
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hall Monday afternoon, provided a
very pleasant ontortainmont for thoso
I Grandma Hudson visit qd her rantl
1 daughter. Mrs. Dailcv.iin Lawrence
Mrs. Anna Ellis and Mrs- May Lane, OVur 3m1(,iy.
who came noro to attoutl tlio luileral
of their mother, Mrs. V. H. Cart, will
leave this oveuiug for their homo in
(From tho Messenger)
Dr. Slagle tcturtied homo Saturday
night from the hospital at Topeka
feeling much improved.
Horace Dentiison died at tho liome
of Ills daughter, Mrs. F. W. Mahin,
last Monthly night, February Hid.
I Harry Slator of Wilcox, Neb., for
merly of tick ley, is visiting relatives
I hero at present.
Leonard Howard returned frpm
! Boyo" county, Nebraska, last week
after several weeks' visit with relatives
Mrs. Win, Peak was in Cowles ono
day hist week to help care for her
mother, Grandma Wells, who is very
Oliver Hudson moved from tho
Chas. Scliulto farm to the Hose farm
one and ouo-half tulles southeast of
l'obcuioiit last weok.
Mrs. W. 1I. Biunp hap a tumor ro
nioved from hoi' neck last week. A
doctor from Hustings anil Dr. Barrett
of Lawrence were tho attending sur
geons. W. M. Finnoy, wife and youngest
To tho Sou,th and Gulf resotts
until April JWti.
1st and flrd Tuesdays to Colo
rado. Big Horn Basin. Montaiif.
One Way Colonist
March and April, to Montana,
Washington, Oregon, California.
To Farm Renters
Write ). (Mom Heaver, Land
seekers' Information , Bureau
Omaha, for list of fai'ms to rent,
in Big Horn Basin. lJ it nowr
they are going fast. K
who are fortunate enough to belong to
(From tho Enterprise.)
John Hinos was married yesterday
to Miss Hoinborgor at tho home of tho
Wo tiro very sorry this week to have
to chronicle tho departure of Uev. and
Mrs. A. .T. Young for Blue Hill, whore
they expect to take up their residence
Tho sad intelligence was received
nero today of the death of Louis Kolth,
father of Mrs. J. L. Grandstalf, which
occurred at his homo in Hastings yes
terday. Quito a serious runaway occurred
Tuesday evening when the horse driven
by Delia McCallum became frightened
on Main street. The horso ran over
(From the Tribune.)
child wont to Bivertou from Guide
Dr. McCammon of Hoamsvillo mot Rock Saturday and returned Monday,
with mi accident last Friday which 'They visited with George Wright, Mrs.
will lay him up for awhile. Ho was . Finuey's brother. s
driving out to seo a patient when the i . ,'
touguo of tho buggy camo down which
caused the team to run away. The;
'doctor was thrown out and besides
G. W. Strangman is building a new ' ecoived a broken arm
HIIBUMATISM OL'HBI) IN A DAY.. '
Dr.Dclulions licllcf forltheumuilMn nndNVurnl
Kta rntllcnlljcaiosln 1 toadnyx. ItKaclIoiiupon
I ho f-ystera in rcmflrknblo and mysterious.
removes at once thn cause antl thedlseao 1m-
i mediately dJsnjtpenrH. Tho first doc i;rcatl5
house on his farm north of town. It, Harry Roberts, who has been visit
is for ono of his sous. ' ing with his uncle, Charles Breon, uear bouetlts, 73 cenft and fi. Sold by II. E. Ohicb
Johu Young is ablo to bo around ' Portis, met with a bad accident last druggist, ncd cloud,
again after his injury last week when Tuesday. Ho was riding horseback
ho broke two ribs by slipping from a when tho horse stepped in a liolo and
straw stack upon tho edge of a hay ' fell, catching one of his legs under
rack. him. The log' was broken and mashed
Wbrfha;o list of excellent busi
ness chances in new growing;
towns on Burlington extensions,
get established early ahead of tho
coming population. Wtite the un
dersigned. ' ',
J. F. Emvms Ticket Agett.
W. Wakeloyj G. P. A.. ,- '
Omaha, -b. J
Dan Enos, wliose home is at River
toti but wlio has been a traveling stiles
man for an Omaha linn for the pat
! at the ankle.
To Break In New Shoes Always Use
six months with headquarters at j Allen's Foot-Base. a powder. It pre-
Wichita, Kan., was in town Saturday, vents tightness and blistering, cures
Tho band is progressing in a sub-1 swollen, sweating, aching feet. At all ET JCtJIB0 Cf f OalC "1411"
stantial niauuer. Many of the boys druggists and sh.e oiv, :.. Sampio , ' 9BJMa mM? MW ?M.IM ff9B
have thoir instruments and tho dis 'muled MHvK. Athlrcs's A. S. Olm
cordaut toots around town are abun- s ed. I.eltoy, N. Y.
dnnt, yetsignitlcaut of future melody
the buggies of Wm. Kylo and Georgo and brassy sweetness.
Clatto, breaking thorn up to a certain
extent. Wo aro glad to say, however,
no ono was injured.
(From tho Argus-.)
AI Hayso is moving from Guide
Rock back to his farm north of town.
A. L. Muller sold a tine span of marc
mules, coming threes, for a round
three hundred dollars.
Will Ballard has boon in poor health
for some time and decided to try treat
ment in Kansas City for awhile.
Mrs. Will Vandorvort foil on the icy
walks, Fiiday, and received injuries
that have confined her to her bed ever
Tho mulllor of Arbuthuot's gas eu-
Not Quite the Same.
A country elcrgyiniin vouches for
tho truth or this story. Having arrived
at that point In the baptismal service
where the infant's name Is conferred,
Word was received Wednesday that
Mrs. Marshall Smith of Gallatiu, Mo.,
was critically ill, and Miss Amy Smith
tuft. fm Mm!-. nliii t.liiit. nvoiiini'. Tele-
r id Th,,y ,,., W j hr-JU J-J-thh ; m
Mrs. Smith was dead. ,..-..
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"What dt you sny'r" he nsked In sur-
and 3rd Tuesdays of
(From the Sentinel.)
The Franklin house opened up for
business Friday of last week under
Vic Weeds' management.
A. II. Bush, pioneer and venerated
citizen, ono of Naponeo's laud marks,
passed away Tuesday morning, the di
letjt cause of death being paralysis.
Ho died in his 00th year.
While Joo Finch was going homo
Wo have made arrangements to handle lands through one of the larger
and host laud companies in the Unitod States and we can sell you as lino hunt
as the sun over shone on at $15 porMicre; $4 per acre, cash, and the halunco
on 10 years' time at (5 per cent interest.
Witli per acre down you and your neighbors who 'are renting a farm
"Original Story," sin; repeated In
clear, deliberate tones.
"It's a very mid name, Isn't It V Are may Justus, well buy one of their own on long time and a low rate of interest-.
voti sure .veil want liliu caueu ny ine
through the darkness and on the slip-1
gine blow oil' Saturday night, causing pery walk Tuesday evening he slipped
some little excitement. The noise was and fell otf tne crossing just north of
-id out the same as when the light . Frank tid wards' house and bioke his
plant blow up and soino thought a leg; in fact, three bones being broken.
inline of Original Story?"
"Original Story that's right."
Is It a faintly nanieV" the minister
.Valued after his uncle, sir." explain
ed the nurse.
And so as Original Story the little
follow was elirlsleiicd. Some weeks'
after thl ewiil the minister made the
aciiuiiliitainc of the said uncle a farm
In borer In another lllago-whose name
was Iteginalil Stnr.if-Loudon Taller.
Our company has sold tf(H),o(0 acres of this choice land ou those favorabla
terms to parties, in many instances, who could not purchase land in auy othec
way, and are thus enabled to secure a home. -
Don't wait until you get a little nioro money, as the land is liable to tm
vaiico as fast as your pile of money will grow, but get in on the ground Hoc
and get tho advance yourself.
Our Next Excursion Will Be Tuesday
February 18, 1908.
It makes you
Best for flaky pastry,
i wholesome brcjul and biscuit
-best for crisp cookies
best for delicious cakes, tooth
some muflins, doughnuts that
will melt in your mouth.
KverythitiB you iiinU well,
it will help to make Iwtti'r,
because it's ' best by t'st."
Anybody enn cook well IE tlicy ii-o
CuliuiH't HuUni! Powder. I'uUiiro
with It l almost Impossible.
It Is chemically correct nd
umltes l'lim, WJiolCHoiuo I'ood.
Prlco lo Moderate
The French superstitions regardliu: ,
deaths and funerals are all but nuni-i
berless. "If tu nieel a funeral while' '
driving, .ion will have an aceident be- Our next excursion date is Tuesday, January 'Jl, IMS, and we stand reiier
foic your drive Is over unless yoii turn U h, )( , t,ln (lt u I110(iumltrt.0st lllul wo ox(e'u,i lin uvUutloM t
hark." they ni.v. Many a gambler en
route for Monte Carlo will not unniblo : you to come to our otllce and talk If over with us and ihako arrangoineiiLs L
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sNtcntly on the bltu-k. The peasants opportunities '
have at least a hundred superstitions . - , - ,
about bees. Thev believe (and did not' ',
Virgil, too, or dltl he but elironlele It of (
his coiileniporariesV) that bees are bred
of dead men's bones and flesh. This
seems to be one of the oldest of the cur.
rent French superstitions," for on a
very old tomb at Ai'les (found In the
world famous AlyM'ampi Is this In
scription: "This Has P.ecoine the Home
of Cnhallowcd Itees." London Aiv
Pecos Valley, New Mexico.
We have choice laud In tho Pecos Valley in tho irrigated district for an
ono who desires to purchase that kind of laud, and wo dan show you some t.:?
the best bargains in irrigated land that you can Mud ijider.,auy water sorvie.
A Wasted Motion.
"Ladles." called the president of the
jiHernooii whist cluli-'laditW. It has;
been moved and seconded that there
shall be no conversation at the (aid
tables!.. What shall we do with the inn
lionV" ."I stiugesr that we iilsni.s it wlilej
we play." piped a shrill' wins from I
Table A, ainljlie suggo-thm was adopt.
cd,"-Clevolaud. I'liilti Dealer. ,. ,-.
Youi'S for" ltusinoss,
I'. H. HOLMES, Prtjslrtont. . D. J. MV10nHrViee.President.
A. U. SELLEKS, Secretary and Treasurer
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