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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1908)
fa A Mtc'e T-Toir- Virrnr n("r !m.
JWHWiO i till IgUI ) 1I.T
rji provcu rormuia, is a jcnuim:
f3 linir.FrmH. It fpvls nourishes.
I "" '"-"' ...- W.- l
builds up, strengthens, invigor
u jis. Tho hnir irrnws more
- - -- --
rapidly, keeps sort and smooth,
and a!! dandruff disappears.
Aid nature a little. Give your
hair a good hair-food.
D-xis not change the color of the half.
Formula wl'li oacb bottle
Show It to your
Auk lilm about It,
than doai hy
"You need not hesitate about using this
Anew nair V IRUI uvhi ' ikji " iiawwitng'
nnf, the color of your hair. The new
Oyer's Hair Vigor prevents premature
;r)rness, but docs not change the color
o the hair even to the slightest degree.
M tla by tho J. 0. Ajor Co., owll, Mmi,
Shoes Shlned by Electricity. Li?1"?? fFrnco in U,L'
Your shoes shined by electricity is cr,,sh !lt U0" "
Uhs latest. One of those interesting Thonowinstantnneouselectric wn'er
cevices has just been setup at the ! "enter romoves till danger or posbibil
corner of .'19th street and Broad wayj of Clltnl creels from sullocation in
-Vow York, and every ilny 2,0fI0 i eoplo 1 snmI1 b"lh rooms. During tho sutr
vooeivo an automatic shoo shine. nior oths when gas heaters are con.-
If Stovo Hrodio, tho world's famous , ,non,.v lllifl to Mt-,!lt tuo water for tho
fexiolblnvk, could see tho electric shoo bllth t,,ero is "lwuya danger of sutl -shilling
unic'iino work ho would turn oatiou if th room be small and closed
vor in his grave. Tho shino costs but Khtly, as tho llame exhausts the oxy
:t nickel. You stop upto tho machino, ou in tho llir- A number of deaths
iinsert n foot, in the proper opening, ' occur annually in thl. way. But tho
fcirtjsstho button and in loss than two ' "Metric heater does not vitiate the air
nniimtos your boots aro pulishod even !U"1 is not at !lH dangerous,
bettor than a bootblack could do it. The annual report of the General
l'lw shoe-shiner is no lareer than tho i Electric company .showed agross bus!
mutouiatie weighing machino. The ' ness of over $70 OOvtyXW This gives
r.intc ninety is contaiueil in an upright somo idea ottheetentof tho electrical
fciosiUon. On either side of platform ' business in this country.
i :i brass rail for tho patron to stonily
rittmsoll' whilo tho shoo is being pol
vishiil. Tho foot is thrust thtough an
.ip)tiiug in the platform until it rests
m a metal form. Whilo standing with
.in t'oo in tho opouing tho nickel is
.(topped in the slot and the shining
-legiu. One set of brushes comes up
iunl cleans tho dust and mud from tho wireless device which will set typo on
hIkvv Tho soles and hools as well as ' a Linotype machine in I'aris by wire
'th upper part ate cleaned. While ' loss waves sent from Loudon. He also
fchey are doing this a felt brush comes claims to bo able to send photographs
uip and cleans the front of tho shoe, by wireless
Ak soon as this operation is completed
3li brushes slip into placo and a new
s-icf. -. ready for business In tho inter
".! x liberal coating of blacking I m
li en applied through tubes so that
vli ii tho now brii-hes aro in place the
runl shining begins. It takes less than
:.l minute to shine one shoe
" The other foot
fJie oKuiug, the
. i a
given n second push and tho program
as repeated. Although tho piit o i
flushes the button twice ho has to drop
an but one nickel as the mechanism is
yirovide.l with a double release.
in.,, ..i ....:.. , i..... . i.s...... : ...-. ,.r 1 i...
i-4io uiuuti ti; nuiiL'iuiii;i nuucui liju
is tlieii inserted in r""n " ";" j-"' i' " ouincmui'i
electric button is ,l"d '-., from that timo to April, 1008.
viiost novel mechanisms ever patented " tlie l'ilsl J'eai' of strenuous pros
aunl will do tho work tnauv times bet Ieriy of the year befoie. Tho capital-
f4r and faster than any bootblack.
Siloctrie News Service for June.
'I'rtrii is to have a wirelo-s system.
A nv type of metallic mirror has
Himmi invented for electrical scan h
ASghts. A new hydro-electric power plant of
1,000 horse power is to be erected on
st.hu Trinity river near Big Flat, (.alif.
Tho turbine steamship Mauretania
if the Cunard lino has the distinction
if being equippod with tho largest
electrical plant ulloat. It comprises
xVntr turbo generator sets, each with n
-at little cost
iiOOUiOu rewwd is
stance injurious to the health found
in C'nlauict Baking Powder.
Parity is a nrime essential
ingredients combined by skilled chemists,
I ana compiles with the pure
all states. It is the onlv
Baking Powder on the market
i a moderate price.
kCalnniet Baking Powder
'freely used with the certainty that food
made with it contains no Iiarml'nl
drnirs It is chemically
nnd makes I'nre,
nonnnl rating of "M't K'iv. This boat
is tlio largest uiul fastest ocoati steamer
in tho world.
Waller J. Willonborg of Virgini.i, a
. 11 year-old bny, lias constructed a
wireless plant at hi- homo and in
vented u small pnitallo wiieless up
patattis which hu eatries about with
him in his pocket.
One manufacturing plant tin ns out
fiOO telephones every day.
Ameticau engineer-, have const! not
ed a trolley road to the pyramid-.
i Al'oit Wn'M1!!''! ( Pleusai tdnle, .V.
I J., hatches cl I ! in an tlccttic ineti-
I bator. Ihsiy-,a greater pe: centum
of eggs hatch under electric heat than
, by any other menu-.
I Professor Albeit C Ceysf-r of tho
I Cornell Modi -at rolli'vc lit, produced
( u devico call ! th Ct.rn 11 Tube whb h
will absolutely eliminate all danger
counocted with tho uso of the X-ray.
On tho first day of tho opening of
tho tunnel under tho East river from
New York to Brooklyn 140,000 pnssen
Kora rodo through tho tube. Even
this enormous amount failed to inako
Tho Italian government is to under
take the enormous tisk of draining
tho Pontine marshes at a cost of f'J,
000,000. A certain amount of hydro
electric power will be available.
Dispatches from Loudon state that
M. Huns Kmidvm has perfected a
The electric railway-of Pennsylvania
aro capitalized for more than $."00,.
The business depression is not re
dacted in the electric light and power
development. The McGrnw electrical
directory .-hows a total of U'JO now
nltttlf( Ft lunf atii mi in C nivt .. t . a ..
1 Ins makes again of t3"i new electric
lij;ht and power plants in this country
for tho past year and a total of .",10s
up to the present lime. It is oilent
that the gain during the past year of
business inactivity is gieiterthaudur-
i. it ion of tho now plants amounts to
about K.'i.roO.OOi'. Electric News .Ser
vice for June.
The Modern Woodman and Koyal
Neighbors, of Blue Hill will hold their
picnic in Busehow's grove near Blue
Mill Thursdav. ilune Is. The program
n consist of an address by lion. II.
m. Bushnell of Lincoln. ' and locil
.speaking. Music by band, (ianies
sports, races for prizes and a base ball
game. At night there will be a big
class of candidates adopted. A big
crowd is expecting to go from this
ii'.IHTtt .'T i'
food laws of
Ilains have been quite heavy in this
section of late.
Corn is getting weedy: need- working
Wheat anil oats are looking tine; not
long until harvest.
.John aid Charley lilanclwml and
frank Vanuaint were lied L'loutl
visitors on .Saturday.
Ni fstmtliiv school iit l!i-'.U'V eltmvh
last Sunday on account of the rain. I
The pastor attended children's, day
exercises at Mt. Hope, consequently no
A. Ilarlln and son urister Dale of
Ioujl,is, Xeb,. are visiting relatives
here a few day, and Mr. llarlin is look
ing after his land interests here also.
Harry Shadley is working for II ufe
Douthit now. Frank Vantjualnt. his
former hand, having quit work last
Mrs. Lively from near Hastings and
M'-s. Slater of WHcok arc visiting their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cling, anil other
relatives here at present.
It ufe Douthit returned from Iowa
last week, where he went to attend a
funeral of a nephew. He report it
very wet in the Hawk Eye state and
not half of the corn planted when he
A cyclone passed throuirh north Still
water on last Friday evening about six
o'clock. The only partieilar damage
done was partially demolishing the
house on tho farm known a the Hud
son farm. About half of the roof was
blown awiy and the house was moved
about si.v feet olf the foundation at
one end and otherwise damaged. The
furuituie. etc.. was pretty badly dam
aged by the rain. The oeeiipants es
caped to the cave and were saved. The
loss is about covered by insurance.
Houses and barns were reported blown
to pieces and some unroofed, but the
report is not confirmed. Trees were
broken oft' and pulled u b,. tie roots
and outbuildings were destroyed in a
number of places.
Makes the Biscuit ,
nnd Cake lighter,
finer flavored, more
nutritious ui wholesome
ATattc from ntira
KA Grape Cream of Tartar
No alum No Una- phosphate
r 1 'i', T iii'mV ' 't"V ' '' '".'."Ml'1)? V '. , '. J
.Miss Mamie.Tompkins went t In
iivale Monday evening to help care for
her sister, Mr.s. I). It. .StunUard, who
has been sicU.
.Mrs. John Kind.scher was seriously
sick several days recently.
K. A. I lagan and family are spend
ing this week with Press IJeeve and
family. .Mrs. l'ecve is :i sister of .Mr.
Ilev. A. V. Shaiuel now residing in
Lincoln preached at the M. K. church
Sunday evening. He represents the
.superanuate work of the church. He
was pastor here eleven years ago, His
old friends were delighted to meet h'.m
The official board of theM. K. church
met .Monday evening at the home of
Mrs. Van Woert and daughter. After
the biisiiiLss session a lunch was ser
ved. The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Miner
Mcnday evening. July Pi.
Mrs. L. 15. (Isterblad and children
have been quite sick.
l'ortvtwo were in attendance at the
I'hristiau Aid society tea at Mrs. T. J
Maloney's Friday afternoon.
Mrs. J. II. t'rary started Mondaj
evening for a six weekb visit with rela
tives in Idaho.
Frank Fisher bought the cottage
owned by Win. Kirkpatrick and has
rented it to M. Lovitt, who has moved
in. Mrs. Kiikpatriek has gone to
Idaho in hopes to benefit her health.
Mm ray Richard was elected a dele
gate from the Methodist Sunday school
to the state convention and Miss lien
eva Robinson is a delegate from the
While shoeing a horse Wednesday
llert Crow had the misfortune to tear
his hand badly by catching the palm
011 a nail,
Nothing manufactured shows
so great an improvement as
Clothing. Each season shows
this more forcibly.
This Spring's line is
COUNTY COURT NEWS.
Kstate of l.aura I.. I'.arber. Hearing
and order on claims. No claims filed.
Final account file I. Order of hearing
Kstate of Mis;in L. Itaxter. Probate
of will. Sarah M. Itaxter e.fcutri
Kstate of Cha.s. W. I.indgren. Probate
of will. (Jeorge P. Cather. executor
and guardian for minor children. Fred
Maurer guardian ad litem.
Kstate of John Wa!. Instrument
purporting to be will filed. Petition
for probate. Order of hearing .Inly 1.
Kstate of Annie K. Koger.s. Petition
for allowance of account 'Heretofore
tiled. Order of hearing instanter.
Kstate of Carl (iu-t. Pinal account
of executor tiled. Petition for allow
ance and order of distribution. Order
of hearing June 27th.
Kstate of John Olson. Pinal account
of administrator filed. Petition for
allowance and distribution. Order of
heaving July 2nd.
The health oilh-er appeared to vacci
nate an old Atchisun colored woman.
She s:ihl she h id no time to stop and
be sick with vaccination, and. besides,
could not spare one of her anus; that
the children would starve and t'reee if
she could not do her laundry work.
Then the doctor said: "Well, aur.tie. I
will vaccinate you on one of your
"Xo. siree." said the auntie. - can't
spare one of my legs, either."
Then the doctor said kindly: "Well,
what spot could you spare, because
you must be vaccinated'.'"
The old colored woman thought and
thought, and finally said slowly;
"Well. Lord knows. I don't n.-ver get
no chance to set down " -Western
A word to the
wives is sufficient.
Sold only in aroma-tight
tins. Never in bulk.
J. A. rOLGER St CO
KTlllHKO 1U91 .
better than ever.
Glad to show you.
Notice to Creditors.
sT.m or NmiusKA i . ., , . ,,..
In llio inntter ul I lit uti'c of Mlitua M.
Notice l herutiy nlv?ti la till i-erionn h.ivinij
cIhIiiis nii'1 ik'innuil hhIi -I .V,l,"ii M. Lure,
, lute of W't tatercfi'iim. iit'cens!. Hint the tliut
1 tlxuil for illi"K clHlms Hurtliist shI I entatu i.s hlx
months fioni iho 'lu n dny of .lin-. fXXS
All Mich t'lT'ons me ri'MU'reil present their
rliilins. with tin vii'iriirr j tti l ll . ty Jurtgo
of ttiilil couiii . i'i Ills utlice therein on o- beforu
th" Stith itHv of Hoccintiur. 1WH. m, 1 hI! claim
hi tileil will hi' ln'tnl Itofore the tavl Jitdse oil'
thtf'Mh iln ol O.'cunihcr. livis. it ten o'clock'"!.
h. in.; kiiiI ihit (he ii'.iniiiiintor Knl owed one
jo-ir from thi' J' iImv of M ynS. in which
to niy the cMi nllutvi'il Humiit -hu! ettate nml
si'itle llieKHine I W IIii-om. I'onnty .TikIko
KAI. 1 !.'l'.'fi
INFLAMMATORV HHBUMATI-M CL'KED IM
Mnrton I.. Illil. of I.c liHiuiti Int.. nays; "My
wife hii'l lnficmruKlorv Uhni'MMHsni In evory
mirlo ainl Joint . tier Miitoriie; "Vioi terrthla
and her hod) hii.1 fiir' wetu " il.eu almost tw
yond recoKiiiilon. had been i:i hml .six woeki
and had eight pbylclan. h:.t rerelvovl ua
benefit until -i.e trlnl Or Utti ho-s I.!i.: far
I!henmatI.-.Lii. It ;nve lmine.!Ia! relit;: au!
she as able to k c Htm:tlu t..re? Suva l am
sure li MVrd her b.'e." s,t J57H k flrlce.
nruur'Ht. Hed Cloud.
Don't Buy Land ncr laan
Money on Real Estate
without g tting ore i f Tce'.'s
perfect Abstracts of V.'.e The
oldest and most reliab'e set of
Abstract books in Web'".' i'o.
Sin. 01 0 b nd filed an.' a :'.': -vod.
Repnsent-s of the !ci In
surance ci mpnuics i, ."'.g busi
ness in the sta'e.
LOANS MADt on CITY PKQPEKTIES
O. C. TEEL,
Red Cloud, Nebr.
Office In Ovcrlng Block.
Phones: Bell 93, Farmers SG
Coffees, Teas, Extracts and
ar the very best that can be fiund
anywhere '..i tin city and wv are will
ing to test them with any brain's that
you may have. Just a word to any
society or lodge doing-: You are wel
come to our I'ortee and Napkins free
of charge if you assure us that you
will give them a fair test. V- av also
offering good bargains in evaporated
Prunes, Black Grapes,
In Raking Powders we h.iu- : ' V"
K. C, Dr. Price's, Royal,
Cassett, Rabbit's Foct.
These are std at popular pr .es
(live i'- i call.
Johnson I Boner
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