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U ED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 10,11)12.
The Horse Plague
Final Report ol Webster
From the reports of our correspond
ents throughout the countr, and our
own personal investigations, the mini
ber of deaths from the plague and Us
treatment total as follows:
The plague carried off 023. Some of
these were doubtless treated in various
ways, and ,we have not investigated
the nature of these treatments. Judg
ing, however, from the conclusions of
the state board of Kansas, it is likely
enough that half of these died from
the medicines given them. It is possi
ble that, had no treatment been given
other than simple laxative, change of
pasture and food, the loss might have
been les,s than three hundred nnd fifty.
This would not have been u serious af
fair lu addition to tho number that died
from the plague Itoelf, ti very large
uumber were mado ill hv tho vnceine
adminlstoied. Of tliou the repotted
deaths are, up to date, (11), iniiMiigthe
total deaths 1172. Hut this does not
state the whole of the calamity. It is,
perhaps, safe to say that one thousand
more have been in various stages of
danger from the vaccine lu their
terns. There is jrrouud far i hope
the Doisou'wht eventually work out'of
their blood: The fact that 'bdrses, as
general ruTe?aMalutouui 'toblack
leg.easy.eeaoie theHrto. Anally reject
the ojawhjlesome, matter , from their
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' The Betereet los In ariylooaiyy wm
, in .Walaat Creek where the tosum frbm
the plague were forty-one, tironf eccl
nation one hoodred and seventeen.
The heaviest losers lu the county
were: W. H. Shirley, W. Lee'scb,
Carl Carmellous, John Brush, Alva
Stoner, Ira Trueblood, Hert Stuukurd
and Lea Wllmot.
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Proposed New Court House For Webster County
fltlce ti State Flrt CMialMkMcr
Lincoln, Nkw., Oct. 8, 1012.
Dear Editor: This is the time of
the year that people are putting up
heatlngstoves and using stove pipes
and chlmnevs that have laid dormant
since last spring. Rust bus been de
teriorating the old stovepipe: the
weather has been deteriorating and
makins the chimney unsafe, and un
less a careful Inspection Is made of the
stove, stovepipe and chimney, there is
liable to be a disastrous fire in a great
many homes and business hoiuew. In
a great-many instances buines9 men
and people In their homes leave their
heating stoves set up all summer
These stoves are made a receptacle
for waste paper and other rubbish un
til they are completely tilled. The
cool and frosty nights of the fall when
a quick warm Are U desired this ac
cumulation of rubbish is set on fire,
4fcawfclaa goes up Into the pipe and
.chliBBey.-the rust take fall off of the
j&- pipe that has been deteriorating all
' through the summer, sparks drop out
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FLOOR PLAN OF THE NKW COURT HOUSE
E. H. Newhouse
JewBtor an af Optimmtrltt
CB. 6c Q. Watch Inspector
through the holes that have been eaten
by the rust, or if the pipe should hap
pen not to be defective, the blaze pass
es on up into the chimney which has
become defective through tho summer
by reason of the mortar becoming de
teriorated and falling out from be
tween the brtck, and tho building is
destroyed by reason of a defective flue,
or defective stovepipe, and that is the
reason why we have more defective
stove, stovepipe and flue flies during
the early fall than in any other month
In the year
C. A, Randall
Chief Deputy Fire Commissioner.
Mules For Sile
I have 40 head of good work Mules
for sale. Prices reasonable. For
further particulars Inquire of
C M. Smith, Red Cloud,
William Kirkpatmck, Guide Book.
Franklin 21-Red Cloud 6
The Franklin Academy defeated the
local high school foot ball team here
last Friday by a score of 21 to 0 Red
Gloud seemed to be off entirely and re
peatedly fumbled and lost the ball on
downs. In tho first quarter Frankliu
attempted a forward pass, the pigskin
was caught by lllackledge who ran
about 3) yards for a touchkown, Tur
nure fulling to kick goal. For Frank
lin Shuck and Ilarwood were good
ground gainers. Shuck racing about
85 yards for Franklin's second touob
down and he also scored the third
touch down. Ilarwood scored their
I first touch down on a series of line
Red Cloud's line was light and was
not able to hold the heavy Academy
boys who out weighed the locale about
15 pounds to the mtm.
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE
iti It it truo that you aro not likoly to lost your JJJ
SJf savings il dtpoaitad in any good bank but you T
jj ara ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN NOT to loaa them $
JJJ whan you deposit where you have the additional $
fa protection of the State Guaranty Law. Such 1)
a'af nrotAction is offered vou here. 49
It is surely "good business" to deposit where
you get absolutely guaranteed protection, in pref- jji
erence to placing money in a bank that guaran- ja
tees nothing. (ft
The State Guaranty Law is behind every dollar de- fft
jjfr posited in this bank, and when you open an account here, fl?
Uf you .are uin inbdAfb aiufc.
t WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
isV RED CLOVD, NEBRASKA
Franklin Red Cloud
Robinson R. E. Pope
Lindsey R.T. Wtlsou .
Ellnder R. O. Atkins! Wolfe
Desslens 0. Ratbjen '
Darrow h. O. McCord
Worehann L. T Tennant
Mouug L: E. Marshal
MoLaln g, B. Taylor ;
Shuck R. H. B. Blaokledge
WalgaBmith L II, B. Turnure
ilarwood F. B. A mack
Touohdowc UlHckledge, Shuck (2),
Ilarwood. Goals Robinson .1, Rcfer.ee
U. II. Minor.
8th., Sale Date.
II. U Miner, of Guide Rock, Nebr.,
claims NorcmberJ 8 as dato for his
sale of 50 thurobred Duroo males and
gilts. Mr. Miner has one of the best
herds in Nebraska or Kansas, and the
blood is known far and near. Ills
herd this year is iu better condition
than ever. If you want red hogs, you
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any other kind. Remember the date,
November 8th. More particulars later.
1 Correspondents jj
R. Adamson and wife departed Mon
day for a short visit at Dewcese, Neb.
P. A. Qood returned home from
Chicago Sunday where ho had been to
locate his dauirhler Gertrude whe is
going to school there.
A quite a number of our people are
golug Co Hastings this week to attend
Fred Gund of Blue Hill was iu town
Tuesday with his aato.
There is quite a strip of sidewalk be
ing built in the "south addition 'which
will saake a great improvement.
fuller A Beanett shipped a carload
of hogs to St. Joe Wednesday. Cbas.
C, Bennett accompanied the same.
O. A. Wells bought a new Ford car
of the Chas. C. Benuett Auto Co.
Lewis Fuller of Bethany, Nebr., was
on our streets for a day or two this
lived on the home place where be died
for over thirty years. He leaves a
widow and a large family of children.
teal Matt IrtMftrs.
Real Estate Transfers for week end
ing Tuesday, Oot. f , 1013.
Compiled by M. W. Carter, Bond
Oscar J. Sattley and wife to Min
nie J. Seaton, wd, lots 10, 11,
13, Blk. 1, Radoliff's Add to
Magdalena Crouch and husband
to Avy J, Cartwright, wd, lots
10, II, 12, Blk. 20, Blue Hill. . . 57.1.00
E. E. Larned and wife to E. E.
Smith, qcd, pt nwX sw) 35-2-
W F. Frahm, Co. Treas , to A.
Houchin, Tax Deed, lot 8, Blk.
3, Kaley and Jackson Add Red
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U. U. Martin and wife to Samuel
C. 8buek, wd, e)tf swK fl-340.4800.00
8. C Shuck to Lizzie A. Sbar
she), wd, lots 4 to 6, lots S3 to
37, Shucks Sub-Division to Red
Edward S. Oarber, Referee to
George W. Shuck. Referee's
Deed, setf sec33-2-0 1700.CO
Mortgages tiled, SGG00.0O.
Mortgages released, 90200.00.
Sttckkslfcrs AmhmI Htetlaft
The Auuual Meeting of the Stock
holders o? the Farmers Independent
Telephone Co., will be held at the
Court House in Red Cloud. Sttturdnv.
' Oct. 12. 1012 at 2 o'clock n. in., for tha
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purpose of Electing Officers and trans-
The weather is still dry,
Will Fisher who lias been oil the
sick list for a week is some better.
There is not mauy sluk hot-fees iu
Uiirlkld now as it has about run out of
Jeff Heauchatnp and family
visiting at .Mrs. Ida Kent's on buinluy. nctlng Buy other business which mny
Chris Hansen was taken suddenly properly eouio before' the meeting,
sick on Sunday night but is a little' As there i? mmho disturbance In tho
better at this writing. I telephone si I nil Ion h full nttendnnce
L. O. King of Olbbon, Neb , was In . ,8 desired.
Garfield the for nsrt of the weak with ' UBlu uol JU
two teams of mules to sell.
Tka fiinual tt lf Cunt Dmlll. n,Y.JL
. muv.xi us '. v.nuB uuillli "liu a
died last week was attended by a large Wantkd A Giul-To work lu a small
number of friends and neighbors. He family no children! Inquire or pbore
I was an old settler of Garfield and has the ChW Off! i
' The Siege of Pttentarf
One of We nio.t sensaYlonal'
paigns In the Civil War was the afege
tiff eterspar. vlrgiula aad tW hla
tbrieUelden of IHeJnlalng of 'tne
Confetierste stronghbld is well known.
For days the besieged Confederates
dwelt on the brink of a veritable crat
er. The Kalem Company spent nearly
two years in securing accurate data re
garding this campaign from historians
and eye-witnesses with the view of
making it the basis of a spectacular
motion picture production. As a re
sult "The Siege of Petersburg" was
produced during the past season, the
work extending over a period of six
monthi. A strong dramatic story Is
made co-incldeni with this stupendous
military spectacle which is in two reels
and will be shown at the Tepee Mon
day and Tuesday, Oot. 14 and 15th.
Ii tkt CtMty Ceert T Wrttler Cmty.
In the matter ol the eatate of Hlebert ti.
Tuple en, deceased.
ToJoiixYunu Adxinimtkatou or Said
Khtatb, and Agneta Rllisbtta Helneke,
Anna Amelia tiualne, Elbe Agneta Tspken,
Johanna Henrietta Weldner, Madaleae
Johnaan Heasman, .Henrietta Wllhetmlna
Garmt, and Carl Anton Tspken.
You and each ot .you are hereby notified
that a motion baa this day been tiled la this
office, asking that the final order heretofore,
to wit, on the Kta day of May, MIVaere
In this ease, be vacated and set asMe, aad
that a new trial be granted wherein the ar
plleants Kraas WUhslat Tapken, Caroline
Hophle IfOutae Predsrlcka Sles, formerly Tap
ken, aad itlma.Agaeta Kraes, swr make
proof of their relationship to the deceased,
Hlebert Q. TapKen, as hall brother and sister,
and establlih their claims to 'equal shares, la
tho distribution ot the property llt by the
I have set the hearing on aald application
for Thtiradsy, October 31st 1912, at ten o'clock,
A. M. of aald day,
Witness my hand and tho seal ot this roui t
this 30th day ol September, A. I). 1012.
A. I). HANNKY,
(sbai.). County Judge.
At Lowest Interest, best option, least
i expense. Clin for me at Utato Hank,
Red Cloijd. C F. Gather.
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OVER STA1I sUNM
Rei CloHd ' ' ' Nebruka
O. O. Trel,
A. C. AMES. M. D.
Physician anil Surgeon
R.ED CLOVD, - NEBRASKA
Sawme Office an Teleehene num
bera formet Jy js4 by Jit. Jlsxlnt
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