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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1922)
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
NEWS OF NEBRASKA
IN CONDENSED FORM
Recent Happonings in Nebraska
Given in Brief Items For
I.ylc Johnson, 2-.vonr-nlil son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Albert Johnson, living nenr
Kearney, foil Into a wntcr trough nml
wns drowned before nNsNtiineo roncli
I'd til in.
Article;! of Inrorporllon luive been
taken out for tbe now company to
drill for oil on the Hamilton farm,
nortli of Wyinoro, under the. nnnio of
'lie "IllueVnlley Oil nnd Ons com
pnny." The Kearney Dramatic leuiie linn
Hturted a Little Theater movement
and already has part of a building
fund avnlluhle. This money hits been
vrlseil Holely through community
Hlshop Eniest Vincent Slinylcr, D.
D., head of the Nebraska diocese of
the Episcopal church, will celebrate
the twenty-fifth anniversary of his
ordination ub a prleHt, Friday, Oc
(iovernor McKelvIe has appointed
Aio.Nnfider McFnrlnne, president of
tbo Friend commercial club, n dele
gate to the southern commercial con
ference, to bo belli In Clilauro Novem
Sergeant A. I. Albright, member of
tbo crew of the C-2, glrnt dlrglblo re
arently wrecked at San Antonio, Tex.
Is a Nebraska youth. Ills home Is at
Hooper, Dodge county, where his
Yeggmen forced their way Into the
Imiik of Hallam In Lancaster county,
knocked the combination off the safe,
but, after blowing off the door with
dynamite, were frightened away with
out obtaining loot.
Tli: I'resbyterlnn synod In session at
York accepted the Kearney Presby
tery Invitation to hold their r.Oth on
nlvcymiry In that city In WZ and at
the same time colobiato the fiOth anni
versary of the Kearney Presbytery
with the Kearney church.
Laura Longacre of Eagle, seven
yearH old, who won first prize at tbe
state fair among children needle work
ers, for n doll's sweater, won second
prize at the Cass county fair at Weep
ing Water with an embroidered buffet
set. She competed with women for
Talk of a hog shortage Is not sub
KtantiatPd by figures of receipts at the
South Omaha matket for the first three
wcekH of October, according to rec
ords uvallublo at the Echanie. Over
8,000 more hoge arrived on the market
this month to date than In the last
The largest vote ever shown In a
city election at CIny Center was cast
In a special election to decide upon
the Installation of a city sewerage and
city well, 413 votes being enst. Under
a referendum JKM votes were cast In
favor of the sewerage project which,
It Is expected, will cost if(MMKH).
Tbo Scotts llluff County Cow Test
ing association, first to bo organized
In Nebraska, has finished Its first
twelve months. Under the supervision
of Carl M. Hydberg. tester for the
association, recoids were kept of the
milk and hutterfat production of every
cow in the county belonging to the
nidation and many unprofltoblo
cows were weeded out.
I M. Munk of University Place Is
a descendant of the last soldier of the
Itevoliitlonnry war. His great grand
father was D.inlel Frederick lmkeman,
a resident of Cattaraugus county, New
York. He served during the last four
years of the Involution under Captain
Van Arnum and Colonel Wlllett In the
Now York troops. Ily special act of
congress bo was pensioned at the rate
of .f.r00 a year on n certificate that was
Issued on July 17, IS07. He was the
last pensioned soldier of the war and
died in 1809 at tbe age of 101).
Agricultural workers, In carrying
the results of research by the United
States Department of Agriculture and
the State agricultural colleges to tbe
farmer, visited O.T0.O0O farms in 1021
and held 125.000 community and other
meetings, with an attendance of 0,000
000. Over :IM),)00 farmers Introduced
legumes, principally soy beans, cow
pens, velvet beans, and alfalfa into
their cropping system as a result of
demonstrations In the use of legumes
In soil Improvement given In 1021 by
these agricultural extension workers.
The Scottsbluff hiigar factory paid
out $03,000 In cash to farmers In that
region, as tbo payment for beets de
livered In September,
Explosion of a holler of n threshing
nmchlno near Nebn.ska City Instantly
killed Frank Delttmer, scalding anil
throwing him .'10 feet In the all. John
Solmldt, a workman, wan severely in
Workmen nre tearliu: out tbo nld
cornerstone of tho luesent stnio nmt.
tol.. llio old cornerstone, which was j
laid July 15, 1881, will be laid beside
flip new cornerstone the strong fouuda-1
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More than fifteen hundred Indians
of three tribes participated In the
council, which was one of tin. features
of tho Clinton fair and the first In
dian council which hits' been held
since the buttle of Wounded Knee.
A petition linn been submitted to
the Custer county board asking that
the question of a change In the form
of county government he submitted
to a vote at the coming election.
Nebruska City Is suffering from
nni'oylng depredations of chicken
tliltfvesi. Tho prowlers seem to con
fine their work to the better class of
The State railway commission lint
begun a probe of the Hvo ntock situa
tion In tin state.
The. Omaha "Ad-Sell" Clti!) In tbo
largest organization of Its kind In the
world, Its niemheishlp totaling nearly
Four members of the family of Ituy
tnond McOulor, farmer near Wymore,
were poisoned presumably from eating
Flro fed by fi.OOO tons of conl de
stroyed 10,000 worth of coal and
winlp nt of (ho Consumers Coal
company at Oniahii.
There Is n shortage of labor in Otot
county and fanners arc endeavoring
to get men to pick apples ami husk
com, with but very little success.
Ilaptlsts of Fremont are completing
a new pressed brick church which will
take place among the finest buildings
of Ita kind In this part of the state.
Miss Nona Ititnta, telephone opera
or Is in a hospital at (Irand Island,
painfully hut not seriously Injured as
the result of an automobile accident
Fall City's Chamber of Commorce
membership wns Increased from 10."
to 22.r) as a result of tbo big member
ship drive which has Jus terminated.
-Miss Agnes Itushcll, Pawnee county
teacher, bus sailed for Hogota, Colom
bia, South America, where she will
take up her work In tho mission Held.
Coal bus been found on tbo L. W.
Powell farm, fifteen miles north of
Mlnatare. Fine pebbles of the fuel
have been brought to the mirfuco by
The gophe. peM is reported as
causing much damage In the vicinity
of Liberty, In spite of numerous drives
and the payment of bounties by tho
Threo loving cups perpo'uul prizes,
will be awuidcd members of tbo
Nebraska Press association for tin?
first time at tho convention In Llncoli
All local mortality records were be
lieved to liae been broken when no
deaths were reported In Falls City
for a two-mouth peilod ending Sun
day, October 22.
Postmaster (Jenerul Hubert Work
nnd John H. Ihutlett, first assistant
postmaster general, will he In Ouiahn
No ember 13 for a conference with
postal employes of the state.
Tbe seventeenth annual meeting ot
the Nebraska State Nurse's association
will bo held at Oniiiha, October .'(KM
Nurses from all parts of the state an
expected to bo in attendance.
Woylan Case, assistant postmaster
at (Jordan, was stung by a bee. A
few moments later Case's entire face
ami body took on a dark purple color
and blood-poisoning is feared.
Professor llobort Thomson, pioneer
educator of north Nebraska who gnv
more than forty years of his life ti
tho education of boys and girls, Is
dead at his homo at Plalnvlew.
Firemun of Ord have threatened a
walkout If tho city council Insists In
turning over to the public library
board certnln rooms that bad boon
previously assigned to the firemen.
Several elevators In (Inge county
have quit business temoorurilv bo-
couso of a shortage of grain cars.
.Most of tbo elevators are tilled to
overflowing with wheat and corn.
The buildings and supplies of th
Fremont Manufacturing epmpuny,
makers of refrigerators nnd incubat
ors, Wore totally destroyed by firs
with damngo estimated nt $ir0,000.
Dr. F. M. Welch, government veter
inarian at Columbus for the past year,
will be transferred to Missouri No
vember 1. He has completed tubercu
losis eradication In Nebraska (enltory.
Farmers In (be neighborhood of
Anselnio complain that their "no hunt
ing" signs have been dNiegnrdod by
hunters who cut the fences nnd leav'o
tho gates open without even attempt
ing to ropnlr thu damages.
Joe Wagner, the twelve-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagner, liv
ing near Wolbach, narrowly osciinoi!
with bis life when the discharge front
u shotgun tore nway his cap and part
ly enteted the side of bis bead.
Hecause of carelessness of hunters
In leaving gates open and letting stock
out of pastures, and In some cases
shooting stock, many fanners in the
section around Nebraska City are post
ing signs on their places VorWddlng
tresspassing or hunting.
One or the largest laud deals of
recent days was closed at Wyinoro
last week, when M. L. Hawlings, Wy
more Ice dealer, took over KM) acres
one mile north of Uluo Springs, for
merly owued by R. M. Jenkins, tho
consideration being .:2,000.
Under tbe direction of Lew T. Skin
ner of the extension service of tho
University of Nebraska agricultural
college, plans aro being laid for tho
holding of the winter meetings of
organized agricultural associations i
and societies of the state, to be held
at tbo agricultural college campus at
Lincoln during tbo first week In
A bund of threo men. nrmed with
revolvers, held up seven workers nt tbo
ScoKsbuff sugar factory at different
points as the men wero going to work
on the midnight shift. The highway
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Over two thousand positions In nrniv
posts of the seventh corps area aro
now open, according to a statement
recently issued by Hiigadler (Jeneral
Duncan, commander of tbo area.
There are vacancies In tbo inrantry,
medical department, finance depart
ment, tank platoons, cavalry troops,
attendants' squads, guard detachments
and motor repair sections,
Six deacons and members of tho
(Jerman Evangelical Lutheran church
of Emerald wero fined $2.1 and costs
for promulgating and enforcing a de
cree that no services in English should
be held In the church.
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Statue of Edmund Burke Unveiled
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In furthering the policy of fostering friendship between English-speaking
peoples. Sir Charles Wakefield, fonner lord mayor of London, in behalf of the
Sulgrave Institute of Great llrltaln, rrescntcd to tho United States a statue
of Edmund Uurke, the famous British statesman who held out for a concilia
tory attitude toward tho American colonies. Secretary of War Weeks nccented
the statue on behalf of the United States. The photograph shows the unveil
lng In Washington.
Aiueiican sharpshooters, who are
contests at Milan, Italy, outside their
Memory of J. H.
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This Is tho monuincnt unveiled at Spring Place, Ga., a few iluys ago to
John Howard Pajno, author of "Home. Sweet Home." Members of tho Old
Guard of Atlanta, a historic organization composed of somo of the best
known business men of the city, aro shown back of tho monument. Spring
Ilaco was selected as the site of tho monument because It was tbero thai
I uyno was arrested and held In prison for a while becauso of his sympatic
with tho Cherokee Indians at the time that 14,000 of them were forclbh
removed from their homes In Georgia.
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competing at the international shooting
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I magnate from japan
Here Is HaJIme IloshI photographed,
in his hotel In San Francisco, to which?
city he has Just returned a rich nnd!
powerful financier. A few vonrs iwd
he was a penniless house servant In'
hnn i-ranclsco; today he Is called tho
"Wool worth of Japan," and Is presi
dent of the Inrgest dnn: eoniiiMni- in!
tho Orient, lie intends o vlhlt every!
Important manufacturing center In tho
United States and Europe.
MUD BATHS FOR BEAUTY
This Isn't really Venus rising from
tho bath, but Miss Myrtle Miller, a
California beauty, Just out of her daily;
mud bath at the Pacbeteau springs,'
Callstogn, Cal. She says tho black
mud makes her skin finer and whiter.
BRAVED DEATH VALLEY
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Mrs. Edna llrush Perkins, Cleveland,
oclety woman, author and world trav-j
ler, who with a woman friend crossed
tenth Valley, 280 feet below sen levelj
.i tbo heart of the great Mnjtivo des-
jrt of California. Mrs. Perkins Is thtf
daughter of Charles Urusb, the Invent
tor of the arc lamp, and tlie Ife of
Dr. Hoger G. Perkins.
Surprised to Find Her
self Feeling So Well
Taunton, Masa. 'I used to have paint
In my,back and legs bo badly, with other
irouoics mac women
my doctor ordered
mo to fltnv In tvH a
week in every month.
It didn't do me much
good, soone day after
talking with a friend
who took Lydia E.
ble ComnonnH for
about the samo trou
bles I had, I thought
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i una mm i fan wont in tne laundry all
through tho Ume and do my housework,
too. Last Pionth I was so surprised at
myself to b up and around and feeling
eo good whfo before I used to feel com
pletely HfoVjss. I have told somo of tho
girls who vork with mo and have such
troubles to try Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege
table Compound, and I tell them how it
ha3 help-id me. You can use my testi
monial -or tho good of others.' r Mra.
Blanche Silvia, 69 Grant St., Taunton,
It's tho same story ono friend telling
another of tho value of Lydia E. Pink
ham'a Vcgetablo Compound.
Death only a matter of short time.
Don't wait until pains and aches
become incurable diseases. Avoid
Gainful consequences by taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
Hvor, bladder and uric add troubles th
National Remedy of Holland dnca 1690.
Threo elzco, all druggists.
Look for Uio nm Gold Medal on erery box
and accent no Imitation
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''RltRMOLA' u a Diedlcated mow white eream
utn.rnutll-patctiijs, plnjuln,iiczcnia,ntc. A wnndar
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Comfort Baby's Skin
With Cuticura Soap
And Fragrant Talcum
Soap 25c, Ointment 25 and 50e,Talcna 25c
S. S. SHEAN
1123 O Street :: Lincoln, Neb
Truth needs no (lowers of speech.
SHE DYED A SWEATER,
SKIRT AND CHILD'S COAT
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Each rmcknRc of "Diamond Dyes" con
tains directions bo pimple nny woman can
dye or tint licr worn, shabby drcssef,
Bldrtf, waints, coats, stockings, iwcatcrn,
coverings, draperies, hangings, everything,
even if flic has never dyed before. Buy
"Diamond Dyes" no other kind then
perfect home dyeing is sure becauso Dia
mond Dyes nre guaranteed not to spot,
ffidc, streak, or run. Tell your druggist
whether the material you wish to dye ll
wool or silk, or whether it in linen, cottoa
or mixed goods. Advertisement.
Merit was ever modest known.
The prices of cotton nnd linen havfl
been doubled by tho war. Lengthen
their service by using Ited Cross Ball
Bluo In the laundry. All grocers Ad
vertisement. Yield not to too much temper.
25t and 75$ Packages. Everywhere
If VnilD Uses "Cutter's"
ll lUUIl Serun'indVicclneibef.
" w w" doing hu bet fo conxrve your
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