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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1918)
Bmltli County J
tT. S, Spurrier und wlfu aro nntnbei
ed A'lltt tlic ilok.
Ma HntiliMi ami vrlfc are visiting
Wiopoli this vrock.
Mrs. 10. 14 Spurrier U quite sluk wl.li
lArippo at Hits willing.
Miss Cdllh Uietvctl visited Satuidat
with tit'i .dater, Mis. i''tiy Upp.
t.lttU- Klnn. li'ayo Upp, who his Ic-m
e y drlt tor the lust week, Is inuci.
Km ItaUlmu und Tholmtv Latiigiiii
spout batutday afternoon vvlili Miiim
Miss Iarl Upp helped with thr
house woili at tho home of boi uiotiiur,
Fay, Inst weak.
Hobl. l.atiiiigttn lidil tlio misfortune
Jf getting his foot badly bitilued In
putting, up leu tlio other day.
Mrs. Win.' Uolilmn Iihh returned to
her home at Topekit after it visit, with
relative In this neighborhood.
Mis. Al.lua Ifluldgi-ovjiisiitthuhniiic
)f her parents, Mr. und tlra. tleo.Mnt
mm, being Melt with the moatdes.
Mrs. Herbert Loou Tells
About Gautennl i Uisastci
( Mitt ti t i it 4)
It had grown much warmer towart'
noon and no ihaics had occunci
iir.ee early morning. Willi the won
derful buoyancy chainclcriHtlc o.
AniericaiiH especially a d mojt otho
races to a lessor dcgrio wo were at.
caru free and joyoun as if nuch thing
tu cnrlhquu ' a. d d wi.talod citl .
worn tint within our ken. Luncheo
was over, It .a UtJD a id vc wcic all
Thero will bo ii meeting ot I he
Webster County Farmcra' Union, I'VI
day, February 1st, ut one'o'olouk, tit
tho Orphunm theatre. At this meet
ing H. f'. Watts of St .loe, Commission
jiniti, will npunlr, nlso RcproscntnilVo
jlleliurd will give an address. Thcic
Vlll bo music and singing. Everybody
liould make nrrangemoiitH to attuud.
IIkniiv Kkunv, Co. President
Try a Chief Want Ad
E. S. Garber
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You the Fixtures
Hamilton - Cither
. Clothing, Co,
Everything m Man
or Boy Wears
Kd Cloud Nebraska
1 will suit .von u
homo I u K o d'
(.'InnU ay elieap
and ) ii k u o h
that you euu not
Milord to p a y
rant. Six p e r
eeut interust on
ttetiUi. II u t o
iet First l Itoloe
& M mm
&2! U ro. t
Use 12 On Fpce Ta?!al
KILL off tho wormtJ and pet
yourhorrs IcwltatrrlctitnnJ they
disease. Thoy"! (ntmafastamtMAKU
YOU MOIUS ilONKV. I'taotorpttK'
Wo want you to treat all your boirs Will
la wo will dvo yoa ftufilclcat HOG
COdavs. If It
Vou, It will cost you uotblctf.
TONKttlieivuiaWorm Killer ana llotr
I to treat your ennra ncru
If Its results (all to satlity
Coadltioaer) to treat
C. L. Cotting
fatml tindnr Ihn tree t onioyiiiir tli
bmuty of it all .h n wthout wafnirjj
of any hind taine the wor t Hialto
had Vet exnoncncHl. The brilliant
Miinnhlnn ypemed hut to add to th . i
paliinK honor of it. Tho othora had
occiirit'tl at nii'ht so tho sii'lit wai
,j,ai(d u. , but thowi wan nolliinir
.uarcd in this occa3ion. Tlio oailh
cir.cd to ii c in wae.. Tlio treoi
-wayed like reeds in tho wind nnd
from tho hartaicas lose dense clouds
uf du.it cauiicd by numerous land
liden adding tenor to the almoat
litnitler.a terror of tho auake. I was
suro the tlust wa3 pinokc anil for a
iiio.iiniit thoui'ht our last hour had
Fortunately earthquakes laat but a
few Rcconds at iicec ana wo nuicKiy
rnmvnr. lit. bnnt Olltvard called.
As soon as thinga had quieted
down I changed to look and Herbert
and I stai ted down to tho city to go
to tho Legation as was our first in
tention. What frightful sights met
us on nil Bidex The Hritish Location
wiu dreadfully damaged, street after
street a ma.-s of ruins, not one uhck
left on nnother. The Kccollcction
church u. cornnleto and final ruin. Wo
rorfched First street with the inten
tion of going down it to Ctli Ave, when
wo raw the stretcher from the hospit
al with tho body of poor Dr. Vallo
killed by falling walls. Poor Dr.
Vallo whom I liatl met but a few duys
before at tho Itcd Cross tea. Wo went
with what caution we could down tho
center of tho street to avoid falling
walls and when we reached 6th Ave.
Herbert wanted to go to tho house
to see of further damage had oc
curred. I persuaded him not to and
wo proceeded toward the plaza.
The scenes we witnessed arc indes
cribable. They seem to be as I try
to unravel them to he groat mounds
of earth and mortar with terror
slrlrken people earring their few poor
belongings crawlinc over and through
them. Moving, moving, on and on like
ant- crawling over the ant heap. Wo
t cached the l'laza there too to be con
fronted by stretchers hearing dead
horribly mangled by the tons of earth
from the falling houses. With each
successive step 1 found my hold on my
self becoming leas and less secure.
The constant sight of horrors with no
let up at last unnerved me and when
we eot to the Legation I was indeed
at the end of my rope. There we met
Alfred who insisted on our going to
tho car and not returning to the Sauce
and my harrowing trip through the
town broke down completely any re
sistance I had manifested before. 1
was glad we had that safe refuge to
go to. Alary uwen anil ftirs. anaw
had been livinrr at the Location ever
cinco the first day and the sight of
them did much toward restoring my
"quinamity, (also u big drink of whis
key Mary insisted on my taking.)
Having the Kollci i on our hands prov
ed in more ways than one a sciious
handling, ,not only peeunjarly hut be
cause they seemed utterly incapable
or looking out lor incniscivcs. o
poor Herbert had to return to the
Soncc for them while 1 went with Al
fred down to the station to the car.
We walked down Gtji Ave. to the Con
cordia Park which was . packed and
jammed with humanity and the street
was over powering, no provision nav-
irg been made for military arrange
ments of any kind. The Owen Home
now a heap of ruins. I could see into
the charming roomwherc we had pas
sed so many pleasant hours.aud a dull
ache filled my heart. Wo passed tho
railway station which wu.t the most
petilous 5-thotch of our journey. The
towers were ready to fall with the
lightest shake and the street so nar
row that had a shake occurred i-alva-lion
would have been well nigh im
possible. However none occurred and
we reached the ; afe haven of the car.
Shortly afterwauls, Mr-C ClarkV
irivetiuir was warm enough to meet
any , feeling of resentment I might
have had and her explanation cleared
up the misunderstanding completely.
Mr. Clark's greeting was: "Well all
on account of your damned pride you
duleu't come down here from the be
ginning whore you belonged." It made
mn feel truly welcome and I had a
feelinir of tliankfulness that circum
stances had forced us to give up our
"dairtncd pride" as Mr. Clark called
it. Then Mrn. Roach preltcd me with
ellnaion had soon lleihert arrived
with the burdensome Kollcrs in tow.
What a lelief to sleep in the car tho
Roaches. 'Rollers. Cooks and Alfred
and Morley in the body of the car anil
Mr. and Mrs. Clark in the little pri
vate room. The first night Alfred and
Morley slept on the observation plat
form and we throe couples inside, but
as the Roaches left soon wo hud more
room and all slept inside. Thet first
evening Mr. Clark insisted on our
.nuuing Undue no doubt to keep our
trlmta occupied, thereby preventing us
'trom dwelling on our troubles. We
n'.lv d a ft w games, Mrs. Roach, Mis.
'Clark, II. and 1,. but we were all
jinv'U tiiid and so went to bed early.
huruiay, uec. au. nie day passed
iiJtte uneventfully. Occasional slijrht
, lucs, but'nolhrng serious. 1 had
tine to note the othor people-in the
cars. Tho Leaches, had tho one next
th Harks, with them were the Ml-
Itv"-.. fiom Mezntcnauzo. Then rame
I.I Ur 1 . . f ...111. 11. XT....
ill" wauKns aim wmi uieiii worn iou
aril Mr. Sara for two or threo days,
but they hooii lett for Agauascalientes
on horseback to take tho train for
Puerto Uariios. The load to the south
that it, to San Joso and west coast
points, ran regularly, never suffering
one interruption during tho worst
time , but trom tho first shake the
Northern division, which is the road
to Puerto Barrios was out of commis
sion, numerous landslides had oc
curredone just before reaching Ag
uas C. which is which is 22 miles out
of G'mala, beinc forty feet long and
fifteen high, filling in an entire cut.
It took ten days to clear this slide.
Tho Roaches stayed in the car all day
but at niglitthey wont over to tho
McKenzin car (a freight given them
J by Mr. Leach)' to spend the night so
13 to bo ready to leave in tho early
tornlng for Ketalhudchn where Hani
ila A wcio to open temporary of
ccs. . .jnday, .Tit. La.it day of the year..
,uch an eventful year in many re-
cctj it haa proven to bo. Tho us-
al few ticmorn occuncd to keep us
io. .cibcriiig, but nothing mo-
Uu .AX.n red during the day. At
.ght, while Hcibort, Mr. Motley, Mrs.
. n til w. ie p ayiug IJridge.somo
.i' mo-t mybtenou ly called Mr.
a.k noni thinuai, ad.nonishing li.m
. ivei hi. lit ud against cold. It
i ... Uv.ic wai a. i extraordinary
. in Uv . k. , ard fear of a vol-
nnic eruplion of Hta Matia wa? in
' . . sr th; fit t time I raw Mr.
lark woiiied. Heretofore his calm
ad b en tlui main -lay of us all. Nev-
i vcic cent- crowding him so much
o i ia'.i h -i lo e h. ; good humor
.. d vit, bat this unetpluinablo 1 ght
ud lu..i tiuito won icd. Tclcg.ams
ere sent to all points on tho Sjuth-
11 division and not until morning did
fa know thut it wiu cau-cd by tho
Aiming of Unco thousand cadavers
11 tho cemetery. During the enrth-
uakes tho tombs and n Itches had
broken open and the corpses were
trewn everywhere causing danger to
the entire population, especially those
.mm the old eholoia burviiur ground.
During tho early part of the night
occurred mo scconu ccupsu m inu
noon in conjunction with Saturn. A
jout ten came Walter and Morloy on
heir way back to tho Legation from
the Wireless Station. Dear little Wal
ler, he has surely showm himself a
hero during these trying times, never
,mce leaving h'13 post, helping all with
.irelcss efforts, working litcially day
and night, he has countless times be
lled his frail looks by displaying super-
man's strength. What a forunato
.hing Dr. Lcadell had left. Never any
help at the best of times, he would
have been impossible 1 am sure under
juch circumstances as these. Walter
and Morley returned to the Legation
and the strange bedfellows that the
earthquake had tin own together once
more settled down to pass in this dear
refuge tho last night of the year,
thankful indeed for bucIi staunch
friends as the three Clarks had proven
themselves to be. Truly adversity
shows us who our friends are and too,
show what is in us, bringing us all
down to first principles. Thus were we
3hown tho great tender ncart ana me
true kindly snirit of Mrs. Clark, with
a thought for everyone, no matterhow
.owly, and her constant gooa nature,
he was truly a revelation to us both.
Our eternal gratitude will be theirs,
not so much lor what they did as for
their manner of doing it.
January 1st. A new year. Mr. Clark
aaid he'd rather put his money on the
tail end of it than on the beginning,
and so would we all of us. we man
aired to trot un a wonderful New Year's
dinner. Out at the Sance the big tur
key we had been saving for New
Year's and which Lioivnza had rescued
from the ruins, had been killed and
dressed. Mrs. Koller had saved some
of her Christmas mince meat, and so
with the addition of such vegetables
and canned goods as we had on hand
we succeeded 111 getting up quite a
leaving, lite ofy Wdro leaving, Joso
rcroyn, Mr. or tno American club,
nikctf Herbert to please take charge
of his Iittlo daughtor, who was going
to tnc Arsoiino convent in New Ur
'cans, so" all three of Us started on our
Wo reached horc safely. Cabled
you Dcccmbcr 2C, saying "All safe"
and trust you received the cable. Wo
stayed in Guatemala City ten days.
during which tho quakes continued,
until there was a train through to
tho coast. Tho qunkes had caused
serious land slides which filled tho
railroad cuts and it took ten days to
open them up. Wo took the first train
out and reached port only to find that
the steamer bed dcpartctl four hour3
before. We hud to wait in Puerto
Harrlos a whole week before another
boat camo in that would provide pas
sage and that proved to ho a freighter.
We secured passage on Jan. 10, run
into two storms, tho last one, just
outside the bar, was frightful, raging
for 16 hours and each moment seemed
to bo our last. I think I prefer earth
quakes to storms at bob. There arc
lulls between quakes but none be
Wc will be here several months, just
how long I do not know.
Mrs. Herbert Cook.
Notice of Suit
a. II.SiiDilorriniiit John l Kdvrarritt non
reHldont ilcfcndanta will tako notleo that tlio
Montana National linn ot lllltlngRliiiH tiled
Its petition nnd commenced an action
against them In iho district court of Wannlcr
County tho object and prayer of which aro to
recovir from wild defendants tho mini of
?i:WirvSwl hlntorcMi at 2 per cent per mi
lium from December 0, 1017 and tC attor.
iinya f eca and costa of Hult, as the a omit due
plalntlir from tlui defendants upou. a prom
lOTory notooxceutcd and delivered bv dufuiw
dunta to plalntlir, dated OctoborJW. IUI7.
OofcndaniBtiro further uollilod that an af
ndavlt forattachnient was tiled limald action
and an order 01 u tuchiuent iHsuui out of
said court by virtue whereof tho following
described real intatoln Wcbstor County, No
urasica litis ncen levied upon and attached as
tho property of defendant iohn V. Kdwards
to-wlt: tlio southeast (SE) miartorof foctlon
.fourteen (tl) In township two P) ranpo ten
UW ana iiiepiaintlllseeksto8ubJccttht!sald
property t the paymont of snld debt.
Defendants art required to niinwcr said
petition on Ule In tho oillce of tho Olerk of
slid court at lted Cloud, Nebraska on or be
fore March 11,11118.
Dated January III, 1918.
TiikMint,n nat'i. Hank of I1m.i,in;s.
My f,. If. fll.AOKI.KIXIK,
Wt its Attorney.
You Can Get a Government-Irrigated Farm
1.1 the Big Horn Basin, if You Act Promptly
Uncle Stn limit this Irrigating system; lie clve.s ymi tho lands
lied dilutes run mil.v Hie actual im-i id 1111 ntnpln ami permanent
wa'er right The iimiln uf pu mt t is neurit a gift twenty yenr.4
time, mi ititoii-l; with thn-o tears' cultivation these fuims will be ,
worth ut h-iiMi 11 linn ud iioiiiu 1111 acre; e.xi'Hileut surioiiudiiiKS:
on the Itnr itn."o,' iimIii Him, tnur Denver, Wyoming.
THH ItMHOliX UANiN'j t)UHii. 1 r tin- I'lch nil dln-overie '
tlioui'in ti'i'luii't . ie-s. tin' leiit.t ii'fiilfn mill 1; am produotion . ,
heel stiuiii fMelmif . ml nfiieiic , uiditlnu population, (he Itlg '
Hie 11 II. -.In toMus with pio-,r.t imil iiipldly ineieiiMlig develop-
NKllUAMvW.ANI) OI.OItAHO LANrlS: l-'or dulr.vl g, wheat
nil-lug, fur iiv..hiho! ii''t icn m I lii'intL', Ihc-e ImiiiIh can be
boiight oe i.kkI ii-.i'H Th' ) nr' 1 heap tiiiil should dmiblo in val
ue, in tho t'nee of ilt woi'ldV demand for food hUiII'm.
S-eiifH my sn-viei's; ihej are ftee to you.
S. B. Howard, Immigration Agt C. B. & Q. Ry
1001 I'Vimm St. Omaha. Nubr
N. B. Bush, Ticket Agent. Red Cloud, Neb.
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Hayes Auto Bus
To and from all Trains
Smith Bros. 22nd Annual Sale of Pure Bred
Cholera Immune Poland China Bred Sows
hi bo lioiit at Orchard lluino Stools Kami, 0 miles north east of Superior and
'2 lnll.'.t mmiUi east of Cadntns, Nebr., on
Friday, February 8, 1918
38 head bred sows, 5 tried sows, 12 fall gilts, 30 spring gilts
Span mules comliiy 1 r, tvt 270H Span mules coming 1 jrs, wt 2350
Span mules coming .1 yrt, tvt 2KK) liny driving mare tvt. iari
Extra good l'tiro fired Shorthorn Hull, 11 months old
Thi. bull is an extra good iudividiinl and you tietter wutnh for him Tho
mulcH arc extra gontl, tvull mntuhod und as big iih you want them The sows
aro the same tncudiiu as tho pltrs shld In tho fall sale and are a fiuo lot. They
aro as good as wo "for produced and eairy sonic o( the btM, blood linen of tho
I'oland China breed Thoy are in tine condition to go on and do good for the
buyer as they have been raised ami fed In tho ti-ual way with lots of excrot-o
and a variety of foeda. Thoy have nut been pampered and are not over fat.
Nome new hoars have been used In tho herds anil wilt fiirnl-b new blood Hues.
Now la a pretty good titno to raise some of tho easy feeding typo, ho 'J bushels
of corn will nearly tako tho place of .') bushels with iufeiior hogs. We tire
striving to give vou the quick money kind. Remember these hos aro immune
from Cholera. The government is asking fur more hogs so lets each do our
bit to help win the war.
Wo have u lino bunch of B. P. llouk Cnc.krels at private sale. Also a few
lltiif Orphlngton Cockrels. Com and spend the day with n-
Sale at 1 p. m in big tent ' Free lunch at noon
Terms 8 months at 8 per cent Write for our. catalogue
SMITH BROS. Superior, Neb.
A. W. Thompson, JV. C. Henderson, l! I) Ifidyley, AuctV. .Iohn Young, Cleric
C. 11. Miner
Dr. S. S. Dcardorf. M. D. C.
Veterinary .n Charge
C. H. Miner Serum Co.
wonderful meal turkey, baked sweet
nlad, n'ivos and to can it all a good
'old boale of Veuvo Clicot. Such lij;
larit and good cheer even in thy
nidst or alarms. Surface hilarity
and surface good cheer however for
mulct rcath our hearts ached for U1630
poor tcople wiio nail lort tnc ir an,
Ivinj, God only knew how , without
helti or covering during those bit
ter cil'd nights cold as only tlio trop
ics gi-ow cold during the winter
month-. This pioved the last nigit
tlio K--'1- i spent with us. After vac
illating, changing their plana with , . . .
ach t v" -ding shako, they, iijanagqd I , '
finall.v to cimc to some decision, not , &A K ii 1 a & tik s
however rhuut some proto.1t froraj-ftji. i Ji At && w
Maannv. i' " ten m tne cauy morp
Anti Hog Cholera Scrum
Si'-a Clouif, Nbrns!ui
Wire or Pliciitt at Our Expense. '
I). S. Vctpr iihrv Lhirnst: fo. 45
Keep ImprovingYour Equipment
Do not worry about the shortnge of crops-, nnother year Is cMming
Do not wait for cheaper building materia! t
Do not let the war scare you
Do y u know mafuriuj will increase when the wurisover Knrope
tiiu&l to rebuilt Supply and detuaud will tnho a baud then
Do jiu know we havetip to date intoi motion on all farm building?
Do ynti wiiii,t-Ideas on farm buildings? We furnish them FRrlE
a roiea in uosta uuea.v.u$ar
as l unuersiami it ucionguu
to a fnend of Mr. K's. Up to tho last
moment sin piotestcd, hoping, no
doubt jlr.-.. f . wjiild urge her to re
main with her in the car, but Mrs.
C. had had enough of her ntftJr s--tl-:i
-hnco-i and incapacity and wis thank
ful to ii" rid of Jiev at all cost'j, and
c.scpocially fo when we found out Iv's
Wednesday, January 2nd. In tlje
afternoon Mrs. Jcsuup camo to sec its
looking ;i3 frevh as If such things as
mined home.? and earthquakes didn't
exist. They had taken refuge in a
iitio near tlio Calvario chinch. Along
with Hum was joung Mr. Simmons
and Mr. Cray of tho Wert India Oil
company. Mr. (Jiay is the man whose
conduct toward Herbert as represent
ative of the Aguila Oil .company has
Vn to scurvy and I wa.3 oiirprhcd to
,lnd him with Je?sup.
The Ginitnons of the grocery store
ttl.o 'u. camped in the silio as were
th Madtau'rt of the American hotel
and jcveial mitivo poojilc. The lot is
large, extending from Seventh to
Kighth avenue and near Eighteenth
street so they were fortunate indeed
to still own it as Mr. J. had tried hard
to sell it before the upheaval. Later
Mrs. Clink and I walked over to their
plac" with Mrs. J. and later wont up
to tho Concordia Plaza to buy butter.
This was tnv first trin to town since
coming to the car. It didn't prove f
to be quite soharrowiniy as I iiutiei- S
tinted. Some of the streets had been i
cleared of the worst of the debris and
except for the wietchedness of it all
and the sight of the poor people on
camped whei over theie was space
enouich to crowd into it seemed no
woi'be than when I had passed through
five days before. I had thought with
'he almost constant shaking which
had ofcuried since the big shake of
Saturday, some slight, some severe,
more peiceptible damage would show
in nut the nouses seenicu to ue in
about the same condition as befo
though that was truly pitiable enoiigl
Wo all retiied early this last nii'ht
of ours with our dear friends, the
Clarks, for on the morrow wo were to
leave on the first train through to
Puerto Barrios. Hotween twelve and
one 1 felt six distinct shocks, but as
I slept the rest of the night, could ac
count for no more.
Thursday. About ten our train left.
It was scheduled to leave at nine, but
1 1 was glad for the delay. Mary Owen
land Mrs. Shaw came down to see us
off und I know all. including Mr. and
Mrs. C. nnd Alfred felt sorry to see
us go, though happy to think wo had
tho opportunity 01 leaving. 1 wns
sorry I hadn't seen dear Walter before
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Tuesday, February 5th
A,s I am intending to quit the farm I will sell at public auction on flic Peter Hansen
place, 4 miles west and 6 miles north of Red Cloud. Nebr., or 10 miles soufli of Bladen oh
Commencing at 1 o'clock sharp, the following property
9 HEAD OF HORSES
1 bay gelding G years old, weight 1500; 1 h(iy mare coming 4 years old, weight 1200;
1 sorrel gelding, weight 1400; 1 brown geldin" " )Ti'.ni 7 years old, weight 1200: i roan
gelding. 12 years old, weight 1200; 1 black m - uv-.-'ht 120). 7 years old, in foal: I bay
coming 3 years old; 1 dark grey coming 2 year:, M 1 bay mare coming 3 years old. wt.
. 2 HEAD OF CATTLE ' T'
2 heifer calves coming yearling.
FARM MACHINERY, ETC.
1 MeCormick grain binder, 2 discs, 2 Rock Island lislers, 2 riding cultivators, 1 har
row, 1 mowing machine, 1 Sattlcy wceder. 1 hand corn sheller nearly new, 1 -wagon
with tip top box: 2 buggies, 1 buggy top, 1 hayrack and trucks: 2 sets double harness, 1
single driving harness, 1 end gate seeder, 1 Rock Island 18 inch riding Tplow, 1 14 inch
walking plow, 1 16 inch walking plow, 1 grindstone, 1 10 barrel tank and other articles.
-TERMS: All sums under $10 cash, over $10, nine months time will be given purchaser
J. H. Ellinger, Auct
J. W. Auld, Clerk
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