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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1905)
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Hcportors
A lino mill again Tuesday night.
Mrs. Kilo visited in Blue Hill Inst
Karmors have begun full plowing
einco tho Into rains.
C W. Hognto of Kim creok was in
Dr. nnd Mih Wegmnn wore visiting
in Hluo Hill Sunday
Mr. Quirin nnd family visited at tho
homo of Mr. Uoilior Inst Sundny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Uvrd Kilo visited
nt tho homo of Mr. Fois last Sundny.
Misses Mnniio nnd Hutb Householder
woro pa88ongers for Roaemont Tues
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm, Anderson visited
with hia broihor north of town lust
Mr. Honry nnd family from onst of
Hluo Hill woro visiting nt L)r. Koobler's
U. C. Chovnlior nnd wifo woro pas
sengers for Campbell last Wednesday
Miss Gladys Reed spent tho week
visiting ut tho homo of J. W. Davis
south of town.
Wash Hoed is taking out tho parti
tions in his store building nnd adding
more room to tho t-toro.
Mrs Frank Harrington returned to
Hustings Saturday, nfter visiting with
relatives here tho past two weeks.
Fred Fois nnd wifo drovo down to
Red Cloud Wednesday, nnd visited
several days with his brother Herman
ut dint plnco.
Misf Flossie Burden returned to hoi
homo at Red Cloud Saturday, nfter
visiting relntives and friends hero tho
past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Burden of Red
Cloud diovo uu Sunday mid visited
with his parontP, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas
Burden, returning to their homo Mon
dny. Miss Grnco Woodsido returned from
Alma Inst Wednesday, where sho hns
been visiting hor sistor tho past m .nth.
Miss Bertie Woodsido accompanied her
homo for a short visit.
H. DeBrunner is threshing for Die
A heavy rain visited this section Sat
Klzy Piorpoint will hold his closing
out salo soon.
J. Gharst sold a load of hogs to E. E
Harvey last Saturday.
Henry Stiefol sold a load of hogs to
N E. Harvoy Tuesday.
J. M Burgos and son called at
Elmer Harvey's Sunday.
Everybody is attending tho street
fnir in Riverton this week.
Ole Bergman nnd wifo woro shop
ping in Campbell Monday.
John Mnttison threshed 70 ncres of
wheat which jielded 2140 bushels.
Mrs. Emma Harvey nttended tho
society at Otto Skjelver's last Thurs
day. C. L. Herrick bus closed out his em
tio business nnd entered tho matri
Mrs. Bergman was visiting in River
ton at the homo of her daughter, the
first of tho week.
Cyrus Hannum has returned from
tho western pnrt of tho state, where ho
went to purchaso land.
A number of our people nttonned
tho street fair at Riverton.
T F. .Tones sold a driving horso to
Chauncoy Miller a few dm sago.
Ed Jones and H. Vandorburg have
gone to tho eastern pint of tho state.
A heavy rain Tuesday night. Tho
creek is ovorllowiug and much alfalfa
will bo ruined.
Frank VanDjko is slowly improv
ing. A number of his kind neighbors
cultivated his corn.
Joo Holcomb is in Clay Center,
where thoy have a good track, and ho
is training his trotter.
Mrs. G, N. Blankonbaker will tnko a
trip to Oregon, where sho will visit hor
mother and other relatives, nnd stop
at Portland to attend tho exposition.
Lnst week as they finished stacking
alfalfa for Mr. Sutton, H. Vandorburg
and Alfred Coulson attempted to tide
to tho ground on tho stacker whon tho
arm of tho stacker broke, letting them
down with sjich force that both wmo
insensiblo for n short tiino.
Baxter tidvin is working for L.
J. II. Biloy was down from Red
O. L. Dunbir started on an eastern
Robert Gnrrison stnrtcd his thresh
ing mnohino out north Tuesday.
Wo are informed thoro will bo a
wedding on the south sul'j soon.
J. II. Richardson's barn north of
town was moved by tho wind last
A honvy rnin hero Tuesday night.
Clocks and rivers raising and a pros
pect for more rnin.
D. Jones Imp commenced oxenvntiug
his cellar preparatory to erecting his
new storo building.
The Odd Fellows aro enlarging the
cellar whore tho hall is to bo erected.
Wo understand thov will commonco on
t .0 building about tho middle of
Chester Cox had his salo Thursday.
Mrs. A. R Saladon spent Sunday in
Matt Doylo wont to Riverton Thurs
day to attend tho street fnir,
Miss Bertlia Potter of Rod Cloud was
a plensant caller in our village Sunday.
Mrs C. W. Frink and Miss Cox of
Beaver creok called at G. W. Baker's
Tho constnnt down pour of rain has
slopped tho threshing and tho wheat
tests lighter on account of being wot.
Tho ico cream sociul given by tho
Ladies Union society last Thursday
night was well attended and all on
joyed tho ico cream and cako.
Fred Fornor shelled corn Inst week.
Tho heavy rnin of tho pnst week
stopped tho hay making.
Mrs. C. W. Frink and Miss Otha Cox
wore at Lester Tuesduy.
Mr. Conyenrs and family woro visit
ing nt Low Smith's Sunday.
Hnrry Tophnm nnd family were col
ling on Beaver cre k Sunday-
Mrs. Chns. Oglevio was in Guide
Rock Sunday with her mother, who is
Mis Crayon from south of tho river
was tho guest of Miss Oiha Cox lust
The seoond crop of alfalfa is in tho
Mrs. Wi.l Dahlon is some bettor nt
Mrs. S. C. Shuck wns tho guest of
J. E. Fox nnd family this week.
A brother of Mr. Johnson, from
wi stern Nebraska is here for n visit.
Chnrloy Besso is building a new
house on tho Penny creek ranch, 24
Rov. J. J. Campbell of North Branch
will preach at Penny creek, district
No. 8, next Sunday at 2 p. m.
Benutify your ojmplexion with little
cost. If you wish n smooth, clear,
croam-liko complexion, rosy cheeks.
laughing eyes, take Hollistor's Rocky
mountain tea, greatest boautilior
known. 35 cents. C. L. Cutting.
LIVE STOCK MIRKETS AT
THE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY. ROBINSON & COMPANY,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
OFFICES AT OHIOAQO, KANSAS OITY,
OMAHA, 8IOUX OITY. 8T. JOSEPH
Kansas City, July 12."). Receipts of
cattle thus far this week aro 19,5000;
last week, 121,800; last year, WOO.
Monday's market was steady to 10
cents highor for corn fed j-teors;
grassors steady. Choico cows and
hoifors wero strong to 10 cents highor;
others weak to 10 conts lower. Best
stockers and foedors ruled anywhere
from steady to 25 cents higher; others
dull. Receipts today woro 8800.
Choice beovos hold steady; others slow
to 10 cents lower. Best cows nnd
hoifors woro steady; others dull.
Bulls woro steady; veals weak. Good
stockers and feeders steady; others
Tho following tablo gives quotations
Extra prime corn-fed stoors. .8T 00-5 35
Good corn fed steers 4 8r-r V0
Ordinary com fed steors.... 4 25-4 75
Choico corn fed hoifors 4 C5-5 00
Good corn fed hoifors 1 10-1 (JO
Medium corn fod hoifors.... .'150-110
Choico corn fod cows 4 00-4 2.1
Good v :i2T-883
Medium 2 75-fl 25
dinners 1 &0-2 50
Choico stags 4 25-4 75
Choico fed bulls .' 50-4 ( 0
Bologna bulls 2 25-2 72
Veal calves 5 00-5 75
Good to choico nativo or
western stockers 3 75-4 25
Fair 325-3 75
Common 2 75-3 25
Good to choico heavy native
f eodors 4 00-4 50
Fnir 350-4 00
Good to choico heavy brand
ed horned feeders 3 40-3 05
Fair 3 00-1125!
Common 2 75-3 00
Good to choico stock hoifors 2 25-2 75
Fair 2 25-3 25
Good to choico stock calves,
stoors 4 00-4 50
Fair 350 400
Good to choico stock calves, i
hoifors 3 00-3 50
Choico wintered grass steers
Good 3 75-4 25
Fair 3 50-3 75
Choico grass cows 2 75-3 00
Good 250-2 75
Common 2 00-2 50
Receipts of hogs thus far this w ok
aro 11,800; last week 15,400; last year,
5100. Moudny's market was steady to
5 cents lower nnd today 5 to 7
higher, closing easy Bulk of sales
woro from ?5.00 to 5.07; top $5 72.
Receipts of sheep thus far this week
aro 15,800; last week, 7800; last yenr,
900. Monday's market was 10 to 25
cents lower. Today's trade oponod
stondy but closed weak and lower.
Wo quoto: choico lambs, 85 15 to G.25;
choico j curlings, 85.00 to 5.15; choico
wothors, $i.G5 to 4 75; choico ewes,
$1.25 to 4 10.
Arc You Using Allen's Foot-Ease?
Shako into your shoes Allen's Foot
Easo, a powdor. It euros Corns, Bun
ions, Painful, Smarting, Hot, Swollen
feet. At all druggists and shoo stores,
Uov Wc Cntch Cold.
The rationale of tho causation of the
ordinary "cold" Is pretty well under
stood nt the present day, and It Is gen
erally conceded that when circulatory
disturbances or vital depression Is
produced ns the result of localized or
general chilling of the body surfneo
newly entered or already present path
ogenlc bacteria nre enabled to nttack
the body with very good chances of
success. At such times it Is said that
tho powers of resistance are below
par, uud consequently the bncterla
gain nn easy victory. This point wns
Illustrated In telling fashion by
Durck, who found that robblts Infect
ed with pneumoeoccl developed pneu
monia If they were subjected to severe
cold, whereas unchllled control ani
mals survived. Medicnl Record.
Order To Show Cause.
IN THE COUNTY COt'KT.
State of NcbraHka. I
WcliHicr County f
At h County Court held at the County Court
room In nd for Bald county July 24, A. D.
In the matter of '.he estate of Leonard Hall,
tin reading and filing the petition of William
Kail Died on the Ullh day of.luly. A. 1). 10o5.
praying for the examination and allowance of
his ilnal account of the same date, n decree of
BHsignmentof the lands belonging to eatd es
Ntate to the persons utltltd to tho same, an
order distributing the renldue of personal cb
tate and there upon an order dlHcharglng him
from further bnrdeu nnd wvlce In his mid of
fice as administrator.
Ordered, that Saturday the 12th day of Au
irunt. A. D 10M5 at one o'clock p. in., Id
AMftllMlPf! ffir hA.rlflCf Uillfl fintltlnti wliAti all nn.
--, v aw (. -urn. ,',. .W.. f'.l. n FU1-
eons Interested In bald inntttr may appear at a
Coumy court to br hold In and for said countv
and show chum why prajr. rnf petitioner should
not be granted ; and that notice of the pendency
of atld petition and the hearing thereof be
given to all persons Interested In (-aid matter,
y publishing a copy of thla order In the llei
Cloud CtiiKr, a weekly newspaper printed In
aid county, for three consecutive weeks prior
to said day of hearing.
ISeall ' A. II. Kkhust
Augustis County Judge.
Order to Show Cause.
IN THE COUNTY COUi.T.
State of Nebraska. I
Webster County, f
At a county court held at tho county court
room in and for said countv, July lift. A. 1).
In tho matter of tho estate of Julia Put
in reading and filing the petition of C. K
Putnam tiled tin the ssith dav of July A. 1).
5, praying for the examination and alio v
mice of hia llinil account of the -inno date, a de
wee of assignment of the lands belonging to
sad estate to tho persons tMitiiled to the same,
au order distributing tho residue of personal
estato an t there upon an order discharging
him from futher burden and service In hit) said
olllce as executor. '
Ordered, that Monday, tho I lib day of August.
A. I). IWI5. at one o'clock p. m , Is assigned
for hearing said petition when all persons
Interested in said matter may apt carat a county
court to bo held In and for said countv anil
show cause why prayer of petitioner should not
be granted ; and that notice of the pendencv of
said petition and the hoarlng thereof be given
to all persons Interested In said matter, by pub
INhlng a copy of this order in the Hki C. oun
ClllKr. a weeklv uewsnsner nrlnted In cadi
county, for three consecutive weeks prior to
laid day of henrlnc.
A. II, Kkknrt,
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Baiy Medlolno for Baiy Feoplt.
Bringi Ooldtn Health and Renewed Vigor.
A BpecMo for Constipation, Indigestion, Live
and Kldnov Troubles. I'lrnplea. Eczomn, Impure
Blooa. Dad Dreath, RIuprIbIi Bowels, Ilenilacho
nd IindcneliD. It's Hocky Mountain Tea In tao
let form, SS cents n box. fieniilnn mndo by
JsoLusTEn Dnro Company, Madison, Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Perfect In Quality
Economical In Use
Moderate In Price
Darin? all these veara
havo boon acknowledged
grade. Tho most critical
thorn unsurpassed in
Tone, Action and Durability
We aro district distributers
Pianos, and will gladly put
our representatives, or mail
and opecial prices.
T. J. WASHBURN.
Established la 1868.
Frm Here to There
On First and
May, June, July, August, September,
October and November
One Fare Plus
J. C. LOVREIN,
Ass't Gen'l Passenger Agent,
Kansas City, Mo.
WE WILL DO YOUR
Call Phone 75 or 52.
H01L1STER ft ROSS.
Heavy Draylnft a Specialty
against Fire, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, see
JNO. B. STANSER,
agent for the Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., tho best in
surance company intho sSto.
Local Grain Market.
(Furniahed by J. P. Delancy )
Friday, July 27.
Wniio shelled corn 40o
Mixed shelled Corn 40u
Yellow Corn 400
Ear Corn ffl0
Send for our
A. B. CHASE Pianos
to bo of tho very highest
and export musicians find
of the A. B. CHASE
you in touch with one of
rz & --
2 for Round Trip
Gen'i Passenger Agent,
St. Louis, Mo.
To the Public
Having purchased Chas.
Wadoll's meat raarkot, we
extend to you a hearty iu
vitatiou visit us and bocomo
better acquainted ami also,
whon looking for good first
class meat, wo ask you to
give us a trial.
Wo are satisQod wo can
wejean please you.
Yours for business,
FEIS & SEARS
Cltiniti and btautiflei the hair,
rromotu a liuuriant growth.
Never Foils to Iteitor Gray
Ilnlr to lta Youthful Color.
Ciuca icalp dltrairt fc jialr Falllne.
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