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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1905)
LIVE STOCK MARKETS AT
THE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY, ROBINSON A COMPANY,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
OFFIOE8 AT OHIOAQO, KANSAS OITY,
OMAHA, SIOUX OITY. ST. JOSEPH
Kansas City, March 7. Kecoipts of
cnttlo Mondny woro 807fi. Tlioro was a
moderate supply of hoof stcors offered
but nothing clioico was Included.
Trado was activo throughout and val
ues steady to strong Tho detnaud for
cows and liolfors was brisk from both
local and outside sources and tho mar
ket was activo for them at strong to
15 per cent higher ratei, Stockers
and feeders of any quality in either
light or hoavy woiglit brought tho
highest figures of tho season Re
ceipts today wero 8100, including a
number of beef steers. Tho market
was slow, but mostly steady, oxcop
tions being weak to 10c, lower. Cows
and heifers woro also steady, tho in
quiry for these classes showing more
activity than was tho case in the de
mand for beef steers. Hulls of all
kinds wero activo and linn. Veals un
changed Trices for stockers and
feedess woro fully steads on anything
desirable and strong on choice lots
Stock cows and heifers wero strong to
a shade higher.
Tho following table gives prices now
Kxtra prime corn-fed steors. .85 10 5 80
vuiuii cum iuii mourn 'j ii -ij a.)
Ordinary corn fed steers.... 1 25-! 75
Clioico corn fed heifers 1 00 -1 HO
(iood corn fed heifers ,'J 50l 00
Medium corn fed heifers. ... .' OO-.'J 50
Choice corn fed cows .'I 75-1 21
Good ;j 25-:$ 75
Medium 2 75 I II 25
("aimers 150-2 25
Clioico stairs 'A 75 -1 25
Clioico fed bulls '. :i 25-5 00
Oood .'100 3 25
Hologna bulls 2 00 2 75
Veal calves f 00-7 00
Good to clioico nativo or
western stockors 4 00-1 50
Fair .'150-1 (K)
Common ;j 00-:i no
Good to choice heavy native
feeders I 25-1 50
Fair ."J 50 -1 00
Good to clioico heavy brand
od horned feedois :$ 50-1 00
Fair . .jii-:i f0
Common ; i() :j 25
Good to clioico stock heifers 2 50 .'100
Good to choice stock calves,
stcors ,'J 755.4 f)0
Good to choice stock calves,
hoifor.s .'$ 00-:$ ."()
Fair 2 50-11 00
Receipts of hogs Monday woro 7120.
Gouoral quality of oH'orings was plain
Trade was active and generally 5 per
cout highor Receipts today were
14,000, including liberal oll'erings of
heavyweights. Tho market opened
early and strong to 5 couth higher
and most of the business was done on
this basis, a little weakness develop
ing toward the close. Hulk of sales
wero from S5.JI0 tof07$: top i5.10.
Monday's sheep receipts wero 0!05
Buyers wero bearish and trading
slow at 10 to 25 por cent lower rates.
Receipts today woro only 1100 The
light supply was an excellent tonic
and competition whs brisk at 10
cents advance. Tho demand has boon
good right along and tho recent break
resulted solely from the over supply
Reports indicato that !!0 per cent of
tho San Tuis Valley, (Colorado) lambs
liuro been marketed mid ,I0 to 40 por
cent of tho Arkansas Valloy stock has
Wo quote: clioico nativo sprit
lambs $7.2i to 7.50; choice nativo year
liuga JO 05 to 0 75; clioico nativo weth
ers $5.75 to G; choice nativo owes; 85.50
(From the Advncde.)
Tho frame is up for .1. W.
bride's new residence.
Oao of tlio needs of the town is an
op -in house or town haP.
One day reeen'ly Mrs. Perry Hild
ruth slipped and badly sprained her
Invitations nro nut if or the marriage
of Miss Kdith Pearl iVcGruw and C K.
Harris, on the 15th.
The next- term at the district court
w II begin Mnrchis. Tho aro fifty
oases on the tlockt.
Mrs. ('. E. MnlTot was called to
D 1 wis, KnnsiisXn uucouutof the seri
ous illncMH of litr father.
Mrs. Miigfiii Gray has n ntod her
farm in Tiirkiiy Croak township to her
brother and fill move to Hlooiiiinston.
vs. R. J. Bt;
the cu'o of L E. Holmes
tle.v, for assault brought
in a veidiul
82.) damngos and ousts,
Mrs. Jnuu's B. Siuiino , Jr., died Sat-
uiday, FijlJiuary 25. She was 28 years
and Mrs. J. C. Fedorhoif of North
I. K. Montgomery returned tho first
of tho week from a visit In Oklahoma
His wife will re m ii in lu the south for
Napnnco item: Undo Sammy Gil
lard, who has been laid up with tho
grip, U reported better. Ho was 90
years of ago on the first of this month.
After wanilfring around tho old
wot Id for 74 years Undo John Snwycr
has returned to Hloomington, whore he
will locate and prepare for old ago
when it comes.
Mr. Fred llubcr called on Mrs. C
Frisbio Inst Fridny.
C V Frin k and wife havo moved on
their f 11 nn this week.
Doyle Uros, are threshing for Mr,
M trtin and Cih Pumlt.
Mist Deri ha Martin gave a party to
the young folks Inst week.
Tne Union society met with Mrs
Ciuules I'YNhie Wednesday.
Me. ami Mrs II. fiilselniseh culled at
A It S.lnilen's Wednesday evening.
Miles Doyle bus sob! hi farm 011
Willow creek mid will move to lown.
Mrs. (. W. Duker took dinner with
her sister, Mrs Chas. Lewis, Wednes
day. .Too S'tladen arid family spent the
tirtof tho week with relatives in our
Three of M'S'lames Frisbio were en
tertained in Red Cloud Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Rob McDrido of Red
Cloud were guests of Flunk Frisbio
and wife Fiiibu and Saturday.
TheSolect E'irhteen club met with
Mr. and Mrs Frank Frisbio Wednes
day night The evening wits spent ill
guesting contests Ctiester Cox won
the piie Refreshments were servid
and all ei j iyed 11 delightful evening.
Fay Anieynn returned from Kansas
Cilv Wednesday veiling.
Oliver Snitoii hiul his alfalfa thresh
ed Moinlm. Seven bushels of good
oeil wns I he vie d
Joun Siiitmi has been to Dunbury,
NeliniHKii, liohing iiround wiili a. view
ol in veiling in laud.
'I'he - ai Mr. Middlelon's went
wel. A lino li of eliiikons wero sold,
brinmi u 11- 11. $1 ...(150 per 1 ,en.
Tii" Hi! -Fxe e uli met nt T. F.
J.uie-V Tu--in 1 Veiling The com
pain e. j vtil is 1 nielves immensely.
The I11I Inn icfi fr their Jiutiiro
mho i" W t-hiiigiiiu and llm good
vioiii-ni their iiiiny fiiends go with
Advertised Letter List.
List of letters remaining unc lied
for at postofllco at Red Cloud, N-1.
forth weekending .Mai eh 10,1105
Drueloi.G. . C 'limners, K G.
Dielil, Win FMier, W T.
Giant, A .1. WillimiH, H .1.
Those will b sent to the dead letter
ollico March 21 1005, if not called for
before. When calling for above please
T. C. II.vcKKit, Postmaster
If you want to either buy or sell 1
laud, write or .seo c iv. Uatlior. .o
charge if no salo.
That Settle's It.
When a lurtulo cuml stone walk is
kid that settles il. Sue Overing Bros.
Si bo. fo' pi-ires.
GORDON ii beit nime ever put in a
man' hat. Uen.jbr the man and for
the man's pockctbook,
NO name was ever
put in a hat that
means more than the
Gordon name. Every
year the, sale of Gordon
Hats increases. The
new purchasers come from
the $5 class, and when
they come they come to
stay. Wear a Gordon
Hat (soft or stiff) and
you will recognize its
right to be classed as the
The OiIIoom Hoot.
If there Is 0110 thing iu our civiliza
tion more odious than butchery It Is
our footwear. It is an additional crime
of flesh eating that It condemns us to
tho use of Its byproducts to cripple, de
form, befoul and enfeeble our feet.
What would our hands be like If wo
carried them about In leather boxes?
The foot should be as presentable as
the hand, as healthy, sun burned and
almost us pliable. It needs tho purify
ing access of the air and the stimulat
ing effects of tho outdoor cold and heat.
Instead of allowing it this freedom wo
shut it ui in a stilt', foul, unveutilated
prison, where Its clammy pallor sug
gests vegetables that sprout In a dark
cellar. Wo bind the toes together and
doom them to atrophy until a foot is a
thing to weep over. Happy the day
when there will he no more leather for
boots! Humane Review.
'A ThrillliiK Speclnele.
The top section of the Cresta run, at
St. Morltz, Switzerland, known as tho
"Church Leap," Is something steeper
than the roof of a house, and to see
one of the masters of tobogganing nego
tiating It Is, as the Ityslnudcr observes,
a vision for tho gods. Rut the most
exciting place, without doubt, Is at the
finish. After a longlsh strip of straight
and a sudden dip the course rushes up
a steep hill and at the summit loses It
self lu soft snow 011 the level. So ter
rific Is the speed of the tobogganer at
this point that, although he brakes
hard up the hill, he cannot prevent his
machine from leaping skyward at the
top. To see rider after rider sweep
up that slope and lly Into tho air. land
ing twenty, thirty or forty feet oil' in a
shower of snow, is to experience an
Hotv tho Afrlenti Rntn.
At eating, the native African negro,
having always first washed his hands
and rinsed his mouth, sits upon the
ground, holds tho larger pieces be
tween his teeth while he cuts oil' a bite
with Ills knife, but docs not use both
hands to hold food except lu gnawing
bones. With the usual dlshc.i he lays
his right arm over his knees and,
reaching Into tho pot. molds the thick
mess Into lumps about the size of a
walnut, which ho throws into his
mouth with a Jerk without scattering
any of the food. To take out vegeta
bles or soup he presses a hollow into
the lump and dips with It. Politeness
is shown to the host or housewife after
eating by smacking loudly enough to
Kejurrnen In Ilonvpn.
"I knew an Irishman lu Amesbury,"
Mr. Whlttier once said, his eyes twin
kling at the remembrance, "who was
very much opposed to social equality
for the negro. I said to him: 'Hut there
are many Catholic negroes in Brazil,
the West Indies and other places. Thy
church accounts of them as It does of
thee. And tlice'll have to come to it In
heaven. Tlice'll have to meet the ne
groes then' on equal terms.' I thought
that I had silenced him with an unan
swerable aritunieiit. lie sat musing for
a moment, then, looking up at me,
'And can't the Lord make them white
in heaven, Air. Whlttier':'"
AVa I Klnr I.i.iirtlft.
Some lizards are able to walk on
their hind legs, of which the most re
markable example Is the frilled lizard
of Australia, a powerful form, which
attains a length of about three feet.
Should danger threaten It scuttles off
011 Its hind limlis with considerable
vpeed for ns far as thirty or forty feet
In a half crouching attitude, with tho
fore limbs hanging down and the re
markable frill folded up.
A well known millionaire was saying
to his confidential clerk one day. ".Now
I've arranged those papers for my wife
and children all right, so that If I
"If you die?" interrupted the secre
tary. "Say when you dle;horos no If
The Futility Meiil.
I consider the fumllv mnnl in hr
something much more sacred than '
merely an act of satisfying hunger. To !
me It Is the ineetlng'grouud of all fam
ily Joys and all family sympathies.
Professor Von norkomor.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Tak' Laxniuo Di'imm Quinine tab
lots. All diuggisis refund tho money
if it fails to cure. K W. ('.rove's signa
tmo is on each box. 25c
Order to Show Cause.
IN THK COUNTY COUl.T.
Stnlo of Kelirohkn. I
Welisier County, t
Atn comity court held at Hie county court
room In mid for Mild county, Murcli 1.
In the niHlter of the ei-tnte of Thomas W.
tin rcHilliiK and fllltiKihc petition of W. A.
Howard irnyli (,' Hint ndminlKirntlon of srild
ectrt o tuny ho grunted to V. A. Howard, as ml
Ordered, thnt Monday, the 20th duv of
March, A I)1tH).'. Ht l o'clock i.in is at-signcd for
lipnrliiK t-nld iciltlmi when nil I'itmhih lntercn
ed In Mild in ii tier may 'nr at a enmity court
to lie held in and tor mM loiinty and chow
cause why prayer of petitioner Khould not he
Kmiitcil: and that notice of die pendency of
Mtid lu'tl lou and the hearing theieof be i;lvcu
to nil iitk)Iis iuiercMcd In Mild limit -r, by juili
llHhliUHCopy of this order In the Kcd Cloud
Chief, a wtM-kly newr"Mmr piloted lu s-tld
county, for thrco uouu'ciillve weeks prior to
m Id May of hciulmr,
(Skat.) A. II. Kke.vky.
inch IT Comity judgo.
A large assortment of Ladies' Fancy
Collars at 25c each. Nothing in the
city to equal them in value or style.
We have a large number of remnants
and short lengths of Laces and Em
broideries that will be sold at less
than half their usual price for a few
days only. Too many to enumerate.
if DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, ETC.
CLAY, ROBINSON & GO.
STOCK YARDS, KANSAS CITY, MO.
We also have our own houses at
CHICAGO SOUTH OMAHA SIOUX CITY
SOUTH ST. JOSEPH DENVER
Read our market letter In this paper.
or more, by purchasing your trees di
rect, from a responsible giower. When
the "slick" tree agent calls upon you,
show him these prices and he will look
as iunoceut as a lamb and tell you 'all
kinds" of lies about us ami our trees.
.) to 7 fcct....i;jc. -I to (5 feet...
3 to 4 " .... !)c. Uto.'l " ...
Crab Apple same as Apple.
fi to 7 feet. . . . l.'Je. -I to f feet. . .
:i to-1 " 8c. 2to:i " ..
18 to :Mr inches, fc. each.
to 7 feet :i)C. 4 to f feet . . . .2"e.
illo4 " ....:!0c. 2 to. 'J " ....15e.
o to i feet . . . .35e. 4 to a feet.
'.i to 4 " :2.k;. 2 toil " .
18 to 24 inches, 12c. each
, . 15c.
2 year 5c. 1 rear, select. .4c.
1 year, good, :ic.
(I to 12 ill. . . .1.00 12 to 18 In. . .151.50
5 to 8 In 1.00 8 to 12 in. . . .$1.25
On orders of $10,00 or more wo will
allow 10 per cent discount from above
prices. We pay the freight on $10.00
orders. Send for our catalog. It's free.
FAIRBURY, - NEBRASKA
UHEUMATISM CUHEI) IN A DAY.
Myotic Cure for lUienmatlMn ami Ncuralgln
radically cures lu 1 to H days. Its action upon
tho system Is remarkable and mysterious It
removes at onco the cause and the dlseaso Im
mediately disappears. The first dote greatly
benefits, 75 cents and 11,00. held by II. K
Once Druggist. Ited Cloud
Local tiratn Market.
(Furnished by J. P. Uumnoy )
Thutsduy, March 0.
White, shelled 0 ra MJijO
Mixed shelled Corn .'JSo
Yellow Corn ur,e
E'ir Corn 34c
vylllS ! ) li(J
Vj Ui OiO
All Silk Ribbons, No. 40, at 15c per
Wear one thirty days and if defect
ive in material or workmanship will
either give you a new one or return
Live Stock To
Write us for any special Information desired.
Red Cloud. Neb.
SZ. LOUIS ami
'ill points east ami
SAL'I LAKE V'X
and all pointi
THAINH I.KAVE AS fOLl.OWSI
So. 13. PahseiiRer dallv for Oberlln
and St. Francis brunches. Ox
ford. McOook. Deiivernnd nil
points west 703 a.m.
"Jo, 14. PusseiiKcr dally for St. .Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison. St.
Louis. Lincoln via Wymote
and all points cast and south 2-10 b.b
So 15. Passenger, dally. Denver, nil
points In Colorado. Utah and
California 8:05 p.m.
No, 16. PnsseiiRcr. dnily for St. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchison, dl.
Louis and nil points cast and
,. "on,h ; : 10:3 R.m.
So. 17-1. Accommodation. Monday,
Wednesday nnd Krlday.Hast
liiKs, Ornnd Island, lllack
Hills and all points in the
northwest..... j;3n D m
Bleeping, dining, nnd reclining chair cars!
eats free) ou through trains. Tickets sold and
oaggage checked to any point in the United
states or Canada.
For Information, tlmo tables, maps or ticket
' on or address A. Conover, Agent. Hod
Oloud.Nebr. or L. W. Wakeley, General Pm-
sangei Agent Omaha. Nebraska
Order To Show Cause.
IN THE COUNTY COUKT.
State of Nebraska, )
Webster County f
At ncouutv court held nt the county court
arpo A.'d. 10O5.,la C0UI,,y- '"'"rbdnKo bra
d. cense,d,iin,tCr O'f',h0 CSm, f 0oorRO cm,J"
m reiiiiliiK nnd nllim the petition of H. H.
Slm..ns (lied on the icih day of February. A I)
I1H5, pray iik for the examination and allov
anco of his ilual Recount of tho .amo dato n de
crco of asslmiinei.t of Hie lauds beloi kIuk to
said estate to the persons unfilled to the same,
an order distributing the roiduo of irsoua
estate nui there upon an order dlschnie ,K
for hearing said petition when nil persons
interested In sa d matter may api earnt a couiitr
court to bo he d iu nd for said county ""J
show cnuse why prayer of petitioner should ot
bo granttd ; and that notice of tho pendency of
said puiltlon and the hearing thoreof bo given
pal persons Interested In said maiter. by pub
Islilng a copy of this order lu tho k Oioun
CiiiKF. a weekly newspaper printed In said
i!fe0,IBCC,u,ve weokH 0' t0
SJ .0 oluSe.
-tfaflOEBCi Tno ieen" Is truly tho
Mfl Queen of Incubators. Has n
BBSMa B:VMteif dllluslvo ventlla.
WmMmmBm l,,)"fliwn, IfvAUiatch
II II ll "WT I'V.cent orstrong,
lT 1- eul',u, w'" it"" systems of
IV-- t vviitlliitlou. Send for cnla
1 .gue. It's 1'HKE. QUliKN IN'CUUATOH CO..
box 10, Hastings, Neb. '
of ago nuu was tho daughter of Mr,
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