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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1909)
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This bank is controlled by local capital,
and its Board of Directors is composed en
tirely of substantial citizens of this com
munity. Interest paid on lime deposits.
Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
B. F. Mizcr, President, ' S. R. Flot'ancc, Cashier.
B. F. Mizcr, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Win, H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
OVERING BROTHERS and CO.,
THE MONUMENT MEN,
Are durable, attractive and
Red Cloud, - - Nebraska.
3 BIG GAMES
Red Gloud vs Friend
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
Jme 28, 29 (& 30th.
Game Called at 3 p. m. Sharp
Miss Laurn'Muson visited in Suiier
or u few day recently.
MissSlRhtb spent Suniliiy with hor
riotlior, Mrs. L. Kisult north of town.
Oscar Kvntis has boon whlto-coatinB ,
the walls of V. S. Lambert's residence j
Hiss Mainio Tompkins is expected
home this week from an extended visit
(!eo. Miner and wife, John Miner
and wife, and Mrs-. Kutio Minor visited
In the country last Friday.
The district superintendent Kev. X.
A. M.irtln held ijuaitorly conference
at the M. I), church last Thursday.
Archie Lambert and Hay Miner do
parted Sunday for Suporior whore
they work with contractor Wheatland.
The class ol KM) had a picnic in
honor of the 17th birthday ot one of
their members Miss Gertrudo Lambert)
Mrs. Kinery an eldeily lady came
down from Hastings lust Thursday
nud visited Mrs Fishburn and then
went over to North Hranch.
Mrs. Maggie Robinson died at the
family homo hero Monday cvoning at
10:UO o'nlock. The fiuioial wus con
ducted by Kev. J. M. SteoUy at the
liuptist church at a p. in., Wednesday.
Particulars in next week's issue.
Mrs. K. S. SehobourR returned Thurs-
duy from the distriet Dorioo of Honor
convention hold at HnstitiL'H Juno 11.
lr,( m, ghe reports n vory intorehtinj,'
meeting. Her mother who resides in
Holdrego accompanied hor home for u
Report of ltaso Hall Assn. '-'rom
May lr.th to .luno'Jlst.
in f niiTs.
Fiom .Subscriptions , c-Tli.l.Oo
' Norton (.initios .. .t'2S.7r
(Jrand island, Ciuines SJOo.OO
" Seward (James W5..10
i)isiiriii.Mi:.Ms mi hah .
For Supplies 8151.10
' (irounds , ! 1.00
' Hoard and Transoitation S!V.)."i
" I'rintlng , Advertising :i:,.7o
" Visiting Teams .. ,'llij.at
'' Salaries loll.no
11 Hostage cto. . r, 17
" Halaiieoon Hand l.'il.OO
O C. Tj:i:i,, Secy, and T reus.
Newspaper That Gives The News Flft-txo
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA,
Gominq To Red Gloud.
Chief of Staff of Mot Springs
Doctors on Annual Tour.
At Koyal Hotel
He Will Make No Charge
For Consultation or for
The Chief or stnU'of the Hot Springs
Doelnis is mnkiiig his annual tour of
Hi.. Usi In. isilini' lln lOMls(lllll olt'lO
li-alling mi tlu-ii patients in each com-
' iiitinity. mid consulting with new iu-
tients who me desirous the gi eat ti eat-
incut that euies all chrnnie and nor-
mis diseases of men and women. The
1 phenomena success of the HolSpiings,
t teat meiil is due to the fact that it re
1 moves from the patient's system the
eanse of disease; usually itoetois tiout
the syuitoms of the ease, instead of
making a complete diagnosis and then
removing the cause as do these spee
The human body has been U'V We
study of these noted specialists, then1
skill in the matter of medical diagnosift
puts them in the front ranks of Ameri
can Specialists After they make a
painstaking examination they are in
a position to state positively whether
or not a cure is possible; if not they
tell the patient so and refuse to under
take a euro. If they do "undertake a
cire the patient is cured. They do
this at 6xtremcl reasonable cost, they
ask no foe at ull until the patient is
completely Crrred. Ouly n moderate
charge is inhde' t&r the medicine in
Th highest statUlaVa' of qu'ality to
the only standard in' tTto medicines
used by the Hot Springs DoeloTft
These expensive medicines ard ds'ed
ially prepared for each case, tlidy are
from the World's best laboratory, guhr-"
anteed by the puro food laws, ellmluat
ing all possibility of anyone takiiife
into their system any poisonous drugs
A cure is sure and permanent as a to
suit of taking the world famous Hot
Springs home treatment.
Chronic and nervous diseases like
rheumatism, asthma, bronchitis, goit
er, diseases of the heart, blood and
lung diseases, e.itarrh, gall stones, epi
lepsy luiliiej. stomach and bladder
troubles, and female diseases must
yield to the tieatmeiit as given by
these noted specialists. In their Lin
coln otllces are thousands of letters
from people who have been restored
to health, in many instances these poo
pie could not have been cured were it
not for the Hot Springs treatment.
For example take the easu of Mrs.
White who lives at I'niversity Place,
Neb. These Specialists made a caro
fill examination of iter case and found
that she was suffering from rheuma
tism, kidney, and stomach trouble.
After taking treatment, here is what
sho says in here own words:
University I'laco, Nob., April 18. 'O'.i.
Words almost fail 1110 to tell how
thankful I am for renewed health and
strength after .suffering with stomach
trouble which eventually touched a
stage where 1 could scarcely retain
food, and suffered gieat pain. To add
to my (niiiblo 1 was also alllicted with
rheumatism which .swelled my fot
and hands so that 1 was helploss. 1
tiled several local doetois but their
treatment failed to give mo any relief.
I bogan to take the Hot Springs Doe
tors treatment and commenced to im
prove at once, and now at the end of
twelve months I am cntiioly recovered
and fool as well as at any time of mv
life. I am glad to recommend the
Hot Spilngs tieatnient lor what it has
done for me, to any who may boalllict
eil In the way 1 have boon.
MRS. H. R. WlllTH.
Here is a testimonial letter fiom
Smith Center, Kansas, that is Inter
esting: Smith Center, Kans. April 11, "OP,
At... SIRS I&v
& '1 kv ia r h a
Weeks Eacli Year For One Dollar.
turn'. c at nil tins
Amis is getting along juM lino:
her ii'il flniis icul
Oil!'. It lllis liccll
Hist iilniiit no jear siiii-i' Kind l'u'Vi
ili'nn M-nt ou lo Smith I'i'iil'i iiinl
wo nil i oi'lniiilj llmtiUfti1 ior llu lirlp
yo(iiiiM I'l'iuli'fi'il us. islnii,' 'ti
uul' iiinlt'il siici'cs, wt mi i s t mm
MJ iiml Mlts.s. I.. AMl- j
imtim-Iit Unit lias ,-iuril tln-si j
ami K'stuiril tliuiisiimN if .
1 1 ea
poni. , and lestuied thousand
ntluistii health is mailable to the
people in this sort ion fr it is this won
dei fill sj st 0111 of treatment that the
( hiel or stall" of the Hot spiigs Doe
tor brings to us oil July In, at the
Uo Hon 1
As Ihe Specialists will bo here only
01I0 ihiN.lt is lespeetfully ieiiuste 1
that people do not call mil of Idle
eiliiosity. lie will be busy with p.i
Ileitis whoioally need his ser ices and
it would be an imposition to tal.e up
his time Idlv. it is also impoitant to
I announce that married women who
wish o consult with the luef of Stall
must he aceoinpaiiied b, their bus
bands, and all minors by their patents
If ymi are suffering wiih any chrome
or lift miiis disease and dcsiic to le h
stoictl to health, vigor and happiness,
don't lail to call at the Royal llottl
Jul. lo, l'.iO'i.
The permanent otllces of the
Springs Doetois are located at
nipl O Mieot, Lincoln, Nebraska
InUii'i'at lit the rates of duty im
posed by tliu t'Hyric Aldrich tariff bill
lias given place, ddriug (lie past week
to consideration of the spocial form of
taxation which is to bo impossed by
the bill, in addition to tho customs to
raise r.evouue. Indications at this
tlmo all poiut to the dofeat of tho in
come tax proposition advocated by
Senators Uulley and Cummins and a
following composed of practically all
the Democrats and a considerable
number of Republicans. This has
been accomplished through the Influ
ence of the President. Mr. Taft,
when Informed by tho Senate leaders
tit their inability to array a majority
61 the Senate against tho incomo tax,
deWm'iiTurt that the psychological
ltibniout' hn'd arrived for the accom
plishment of it' reform tlrst proposed
by President Roosevelt and heartilv
espoused by Mr. Taft when he was a
member of the Roosevelt cabinet
This is tho inspection by the federal
authorities of the books and tiausaet
ions of coiporittluus, with a view lo
eliminating those corporate abie-cs
which have been tho bane of the man
agomont of the great corporations in
this oountiy and theeposiiie ol which
has so shaken public coulhlciicc in
their secutities. Mr. Tall eoncehed
the idea that by imposing u tax ou the
net earnings of corporations the gov
ernment could compel them to submit
their books to tho inspection of feder
al oHicials; that such corporations,
owing us they do thoir bolng to tho
stato, could thus bo required to contri
bute their share to tho expenses of
tho state; that the dotlclt In the feder
al revenues could be wiped out; and
that the nation could bo relievod from
almost solo depondeiico on the mis
toms' duties as a source of revenue.
Tho President did not undertake to
force his ideas 011 Congress until tho
Senate loaders appoaled to him for as
sistance to head oil" tho income ta,
but whou they askod his help ho gave
it in such form that they now find
theinsolves compelled to pruvidoa sys
tem of eciso which to tho majority of
them is only In degrco less lepugnant
than the income taw This situation
constitutes a material victory for tho
President and a sovere blow to that
autoeiaey which Senator Aldrich and
a few chosen colleagues have long ex
ercised in tho Senate. In the estima
tion of all thoughtful observers tho
denouncement of tho situation 111 the
Souato augurs well for the future of
all those progressive policies for which
Judge Taft stands and to which in tho
natural order of things the otienieIy
eonsorvntho element, in the Souato
must have proven an insurmountable
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Furniture, Carpets Sewing Ma
chines Lace Curtains Pianos,
Organs Pictures and Sheet Music.
CJWe are always thankful for any share of
your patronage and good will. ::::::
Licensed Embaltners and Undertakers,
I Sale LJ:J
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and a display of illustrations of mechanical de'
vices requisite in the art of fine lace making.
9F This sale offers an exceptional opportunity for
economy purchases of durable fine laces of ex
quisite beauty. It will prove very interesting even
to those not intending to purchase. f Ziqn
Laces, manufactured in the most modern lace
factory in the world, are the best of their kind
made the best wash laces ever placed be
fore the American women- -and sold without a
customs duty of 60 added to the cost, as are all
imported laces. F All machines of Zion Lace
Industries are and have been operating 18 hours
daily, except Sunday, for over a year, with the
product of each machine sold ahead several
weeks. New machines are continually being
installed. Women wanting laces for present
or' future use will experience a marked saving
by visiting our lace counters.
The Miner Bros- Co. (Inc)
H. A. LETSON. Mgr,
The Chief $ 1 a year
Ayer' Hair VIor promptly destroys the germs
that cause falling hair. II nourishes the hair
hulbs, restores Hum to licilth The hair slops
lalllnit out, crows more rapidly.
Does not Color the Hair
Wc wisli you to positively and distinctly understand that Aycr's Hair
Vigor docs not affect the color of the hair, even to the slightest
degree. 1'ersons with the whitest or the lightest and most delicate
blond hair may use it freely without ha Ing the hair made a shade darker.
Il1PI'Plipnl; Sulphur. Glycerin. Qulnln. Sodium Chlorld.
h Cipskum. 5aEc. Alcohol. Wutcr. I'erfume.
Show tnls formula to your doctor. Ask him what he thinks of it.
J 0 AYfB COMI-ANY. Lnwoll MM
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clipping ind scalloping the web of lace.
Acrs Hair Vidor Just as promptly destroys the
L'lmn tli.it cause dandruff. It removes every
trace of dandruff Itself, and keeps the scalp
clean and In a healthy condition.
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