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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1906)
to Work On
Work! Work!! Work!!!
Lots of energy is needed to keep up the pace. In
the struggle, the man with the strong body and clear
brain wins out every time.
The man of to-day needs something more than
mere food ; he needs a food that makes energy a food
to work on.
Although some people may not realize it, yet it is
a fact, proved and established beyond doubt, that soda
crackers and this means Uneeda BiSCUlt arc
richer in muscle and fat-making elements and have a
much higher per cent, of tissue-building properties
than any other article of food made from flour.
That this is becoming known more and more every
day is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000 pack
ages of Uneedd BfSCUity the finest soda cracker
ever baked. An energy-giving food of surpassing
value sold in a package which brings it to you with
all the original flavor and nutriment perfectly pre
served. Truly the food to Ivork on.
Whoever you arc whatever you arc wherever
you work Uneeda Biscuit
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
flemsy flutes prom Neighboring Towns
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
(From the Sentinel.)
A new Ron was born to Mr. and Mis.
Richard Johnson Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Hnyden's homo
was blessed with a son Wednesday.
Chas. Godsoy, who is barbering at
Alma, spent Christmas in this city
with his mother.
Miss Lulu Ewiipr Rave a Christmas
party a number at hor friends at hor
, homo Tuesday night.
Jim Hanson passed through our city
Tuesday going to ltiverton to see his
father, who had a stroke of paralysis.
Miss Yolando Carpenter returned
Monday from McCook, whero she has
been visiting since last August.
A waRon loud of merry youngsters
wont to S. T. Doner's Thursday night,
where tho M. V. club was entertained
in the latest approved fashion,
(From the Advocate.)
Mrs. Fred Bull is died the first of the
week at the homo of her parontB.
Dr. Sumner roports thn arrival of a
son at the homo of Geo. Etherton.
Ed Hiirninn and Mr. Carpontor of
Inavalo, spont Christmas in this city.
Louis Millor has returned to Lin
coln, whero ho was taking a courso at
the State Agricultural college.
C. Z. Pholps has purchased an on
gino whioh ho will install in his black
smith shop to furnish power for a trip
hammer and otuor machinery.
W. T. Britton last Tuosilap spont tho
day at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jool
Jonas, who were celebrating their
twenty-ilfth wedding anniversary.
Jefferson Wilson, tho person who is
being hold in tho county Jail, has in
formed tho county attorney that he is
ready to plead guilty to stealing tho
Quinn horses. The county attorney
will triko him before Judge Adams at
Red Cloud on Jan 15, whore ho will
receive his sentence.
(From tho Times.) f
Paul Dofge accompanied two car
loads of fat cattle to lvuisas Cily Tues
day which averaged 1354 pounds per
On Christmas day at high noon Mr
J. C. Hlnk", sto'pson of Geo A. II ill.
and Miss Stiiliu A Sohiininorliorn were
uuitcd i lliu holy bonds of wedlock at
the h mo of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M Seliiinmorliorn m the city
of Lebanon, Rev. L. B. Trent ain of
ficiating. M-sdamo Austin Johnson and Aus
tin Gt-orgo wont to Smith Center Tues
day night to attend n house party at
tho homo of Mrs. V. Hutchings.
Chas. F. Campbell of Esbon and G.
N. Hawkins of this citv went down to
Manhattan and Kansas City Thursday
on real estato and legal businoss.
Q. J. Pangborn and wife of Burr
Otk spent Christmas with Geo. Hill
and wife and witnessed tho Blakc
Suhimmerhorn wedding. Mrs. Pang
born is a sister of Mr. Blake.
Bertha May Pennington was born in
Butler county, Kansas, February 0,
1882 Died, at tho homo of hor father,
in Lebanon, Kinsas, December 27,
1905, at tho ago of 23 years, 10 months
and 18 days. She was converted when
13 years old and united with the M. E.
church at Salem.
(From tho Review.)
Jacob S. McClintoek died Decembor
24; funeral occurred tho 2Gth.
Jas. B Clark departed for Donver
Friday, whero ho spend tho winter.
Mrs. Dr. Myorp wont to Rod Cloud
Sunday to spond Christmas with her
Mr. and Mrs. Kalph Hancock ar
rived tho latter part of last week from
St. Louis, ond will remain at Riverton
to make their homo.
Jerry Clow and family, who have
boon residing on tho Hopkin's farm
ono milo west of town for sevoral years
moved to Franklin Wednesday, whore
ho enters tho livery business with his
Isaac Shophordsou was on tho Kan
sua City ntatket with a car of fat cows.
Ho went from thore to Beatrice, where
and Mrs. Shopherdson ato Christmas
turkey with thoir granddaughter, Ber
(From tho Messenger.)
Born, to Mr. and Mrj. Gosnoy, a
Itmby boy, Wednesday. December 27,
Mrs. Caleb Hitchcock
homo in the north part1 of town last
Sunday morning, Docen bur 24th, at
Mr. Proy Adams and ft. issEtta Bur
woll wore united in luafriago at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. A.lM. Hinehatt,
died at her
Sundny evening, l)ieoiuber 2ih, at 7
o'clock, Rev. U. S. Brown olliuiating.
At the homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. C
Burr in this city Monday, December
25, their daughter Loph, was united in
the holp bonds of wedloco to Mr C 15.
Buchanan, Elder Blanchard olliuiat
ing. itobort Graham living twolvo miles
northeast of Smith Center accidentally
shot himself last Sunday afternoon.
Ho was out hunting with a shotgun,
when the gun slipped from his hands
while in the buggy on tho road and the
gun was discharged by tho fall. The
full chnrgo struck his left arm and
como so near tearing it off that ampu
tation was necossnry. Six shot also
struck him in tho nock aud ho is in a
(From tho Advortisor.)
ChotDilimon has boon laid up with
an attack of tonsilitis for several days
Mrs. Oh as. Jordan, who has boon
critically ill for sovoral days is no
Miss Pearl Thompson rnturnrd Sun
day from a few days visit with friends
near Red Cloud.
Tho I. O. O. F, and Rebnkah orphan's
homo is to bo located at the Dewey
Milliliter resort in Manhattan.
G. F. Abrahams has boon fixinij up
tho sanitarium this week, putting in
a now bath tub and othor fixtures.
Mrs. Eflio Shell was adjudged insane
in tho probate court Decembor 2.". and
itakon to tho stato hospital at O.-awa-tomio
E. L. Williamson nnd Miss Minnie
Plage, both of Burr Oak wore united
in matrimony at tho homo of tho
homo of tho bride's parents in this city
Mrs. Kitty A. Horn of Soldcn is in
town this week for a short visit with
friends. Mrs. Horn is conducting a
school of instruction for the Robckah
lodge in this district and is vory busy
with tho work.
(From tho Leader.
Rev. and Mrs. Hummel wero up
from Red Cloud Friday.
Born, t Mr. and Mrs, GusStumpon
horst, on Thursday, a lino boy.
On last Thursday Martin MoHnbi
and Anna Panzer wore married by
Judjjo Kooney at Rod Cloud.
HansOyo, Jr, is tho happiest man
in Nobraska. His wife presented him
as a Christmas present a lino 11 pound
Gn Christmas dny Frank Fulton nnd
Ethel Ungate were happily wedded at
the Christian church, E. G.Reosupoak
ing tho words that made them husband
llorbort, tho 2 year old son of Mr.
Him M ' Oi'ti (iiiiui-i t, d'O'l of ei'niip
I iii"-iia iii'it'iiiiii!. Tiic hui"i!il uiis
held ni the Ln li iiim hiireh W-dnen.
day nfti'i tiniiii
Ahum f oVlnrl. P idnv veiling fin
C illirht lr nil llu' hunt) in 'ho gnmh in
tho diiliiv .vimlow ni llu1 Ed Fiinki''H
Ht'irn and Inirnod vitiil uf the hi't
curtain", oivom nnd dainty ni'tich"
U 'I'd in tniikinir up oof the btmt lis
pl'ty windows lui v ever seen
At the close of Hu Sunday evening
service at the Cnistiiui church oc
curred a vi'rv pieliv wedding when
Thomiis E. Hull of Binning and Ada
B Sti wait, of this city waked to the
pulpit Mini we o nnb'il in marriage,
E. (J. Keen ollieiiiting in his uiril
(From the Journal )
Ed (iiirlier was down from Red Cloud
MikojWmnor shipped a o-ir load of
cattle to St. Joe Tuesday.
B. M. Floe ot Chicago, of the I)iv Si
Frees Lumber Co , is here, the guest of
Mi. Dm v.
Mis. 1). Daniel received a telegram
Siitxlayfiont Mr. Daniel, at Caldwell,
Kansas, tluii his sou had died.
Mih. .1 II. M irrison and sister Nellie
returned home Tiii'mIhv from Red
Cloud, whero they spout Christinas
Miss Longtin, of Red Cloud, was in
Supeiinr Piiday, on her way homo
from Nnr. iretli Academy nt Coneni ilia.
She is thn guest of Misses Nellie and
Atthehomnof the bride's parents,
Mr and Mrs. W A. Dielil, occutred
Thur.silny night at 7:110 I ho man iage of
M'ss Emma Diehl, of this city, and Mr.
Ira L. Lniit.iMihoiser, of Dorchester,
Neb , Rev. U. G Brown, ofllciating
James Addison Evro was hum in
Sheuielil, Yoikshire. England, in 1821.
nun die.t in Supeiinr, December, 21,
11)05, being at his death eighty-four
years old. The funeral sonicis weie
held from the M. E. church on Satur
day, and interment was in ule in tho
(Prom the Citiy.cn.)
J. C. Ciry and J. Warner departed
on Monday for Grafton, III., to attend
the funeral of Win. Cory, who sue
cuntbed to illness on Sunday.
Ono of our young nioi. who wont to
Upland and acted up some found that
it cost 812 to resist an ofllcer. Pretty
cheap at that and should answer as a
John Fiorstein went west Saturday
and will stop at Culbertson to pur
chase land. A great number of pros
porous farmers of this neighborhood
are speculating in west' rn land.
Died, on' Sunday morning, Dos. 24,
at her lato home in this cily, Mrs
Mario Borger, wife of Narcisso Burger,
at tho age of 07 years. Funeral ser
vices took placo from the Catholic
church Tuesday morning.
Friday night burglars broke into E.
D Jackson's & S ut's store, also into
Goo. Oorj's saloon. Mr. Jackson in
forms us that so far ns he knows there
was nothing taken firm his store. At
the saloon the night prowlers took
from tho cash registor about 812 in
money. The thieves gained entrance
to JnckMin & Son's store by breaking
out a pane of glass and reaching
through and turning the lock.
Death of George Washington.
Richmond, Vn., Jan. 1. News was
received here of tho death at IiIb homo
In Charleston W. Va., of Georgo
Washington, youngest son of the lato
John Augustlno Washington, who was
tho last Individual owner of Mount
Vornon nnd last of tho distinguished
Washington family to bo born at
Fighting In Ecuador.
Guayaquil, Ecuador, Jan. 3. Tho
revolutionists, under Colonel Ternn,
have captured Riobamba. A strong
division, under Secretary of War Lar
res, has left Quito to attack tho revo
lutionists. Another division left here.
Guayaquil Is quiet.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Day's Trading and
Chicago, .In it. I.'. Decreased trfilpiiicntx of
whent from UiipsIh formed the chief caiine
for n tlnn wheat market here .today. At
the clone wheat for May delivery wan up
VWf'te. Corn as practically unehnnj;ed.
Out showed ii gain of v,r. IMovIhIoiih
were uiic'lianged to U'ie higher. Clohlnj,
"Wheat-May. RS',e; .Inly, .
Corn May. )!(, .Inly, t ITfll'.e.
Hats-May, H'.'XdHU'jc; .Inly, .'H)Vu.'!0T(,e.
Pork-Jan., $t:.Ml: May, $t:s.77Mi.
Laid -Jan., 7.!ll!i May, $7.47'(,.
It. lis-Jan., .'J'JKji .Mm, $7.:ST ...
Chicago CiihIi I'iIcoh-No, : li.ml wlici
8tiS0e: No ; hard wheat, K ', ;
corn, -U'JiM'Jc; No. 2 o.its, lij . , v.
iBii T M table'
IMffli'j ""'I Cloud, Nob.
'f At All A
KANSAS i ITY
i7 l.ul'IH and
nil jioinls east and
II F LENA
sal'i lake cry
and all points
ruAiNH t.r.Ave ah rot.i.own:
So. 18. I'nNMiiiKur dally for Oticrllu
nnd St. FnuiclN lirniii'hch.Ox
ford, McCook, Dcnvorniid nil
pdltllN went 7 0." A.m.
So, 4. PnHKeiiRor dnlly for St. .loo,
Kiiiiiihn Cily, Alohixon, 81.
I.oiiIn, Lincoln via Wymoru
nnd hIi pollilH en si nnd ftoiilli 2'(U n,ra
No IS, I'nPKUiiKiT. dnlly. Denver, hII
point In Colorado. (IihIi nnd
i.'nllfornln 7 60 p.m.
No. IB. I'nKKeiiKer. ilally for St. Joe.
Kiuimik Clh. AIcIiIkoii, HI.
Lonln Hint nil polntN CHNtnnil
niilh 10:10 n.m.
so 17-t. Arcoiniiioilatloti. .Monday,
WedncMln) and Krlilny,lliint
Iiikn, llrHiid ImhimI, lllnek
IIIIIn nnil all piilntu III the
northwcHt I '3(1 n.m.
SluvpltiK. dlnliiK. nnd roellnliiR clnilr rnrf.
tcntx free) on through irntiin. 'I'lckclHHold nnd
inKKKi' rlicoknd to Htiy point In thu United
for Information I line tnlilcn, ninpn or tlnkoti
oaII on or hiIiItchk A ronuvur, AkimiI. Itcd
Oloud, Nclir. or I.. V. WHkelcy, Omwrnl I'nu-
idliuet Avenl diiihIih, NuliraNku
H. B. ASHBR,
Or the Kansas City Veter
inary Collego Olllco at 13.
Johnston's, the Brick Hani.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY AT1IND
RED CLOUD, - - NED.
AtBluoIIill first Tuesday in each
against Fire, Lightning, Cy
clones end Windstorms, see
JNO. B. STANSER,
agont for tho Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Nob., tho best in
surance company intho s'te
Isaac B. Colvin
Farm Loans and Insurance
and Gitido Rock lines.
Box 23. GUIDE ROCK, NEB. -HOLLISTER'O
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Busy Medlolne for Busy People,
Brings Qoldon Health and Ronowod Vigor.
A nneclflo for Constipation, IndlROStlon, Live
and Kldnoy TronhloR. rlmplen. Kczemn, Impure
Dloou, Bad Breath, HltiffRlsh ItowelH, Ilcadaciw,
ud UacJtache. It's Rocky Mountain Tea In tao
Int form, ,15 cpntn a box. Oennlno nmdo by
Hom.ibtbr Dnuo CostPANY, Mndlson, Vl8.
40LDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE"
Clnntri tntl txautintf tho hair.
l'roniMtri luxuriant growth.
Nnver Fi1d to Ueatoro Dray
Hair to lta Youthful Color.
Cum iralp dlif- i hair faJllos.
60 YEARS' '
Anyono iondlnu a iikotrli nnd ilencrlntlnn may
uiumr nauuriniii nur oiiininii iron wiin
iiivoiuinii ib pronnuijr piiieniiinin.
qulcklr nscorlnlii nur opinion froo '
Invoiillnn Is prolinblr tiiitoiiliililn. C
tloiisKirlctlyronttiloutliil. HANDBOOK on I'atcnta
emit freo. Oldest neencjr for iiccurliiffpatoiits.
I'ntnntH tnkou throuuh Muim A Co. rocclvc
tpteial notice, wlttiout clinrco, iu tho
A handsomely lllnstrnlnd wnokly. largest clr.
culntlon of nny aoiontllln Journal. '1'crnis, W a
your: four mouths, f 1. Bold by nil nonsdoalern.
llmtirli nnlon 17'. V Ut Vn.hl.....n.. T T.
Urnuch Offlco. 625 K HU Wnihlnatou, D. 0.
South Omaha Live Stock.
Bouth Omnhn, Jnn. II. Cuttle Hccolplnk
y,iOU; iiKji-i,c lilglicr; ntitlvn hU-cih, $:i.7a
0.05; cows and lndfcrs, 'i.'tl t.'-Ti; unnncrs,
Sl.fiOfl'-'.-tO; ntoi'kert nnd fcdorn, .nog
4.10; cnlvcH, fli.rxatx); IiiiIIh. HtnfB, etc.,
1.7Wa:i.rl). HoKH-Hi'foliitH, 5,800; Htondy
to stroncer; houvy, $ZuV2AR:iQ mixed,
$r.iO((ir.ir; iiRht, ?r.fnr.iri: iiii, ?i.40d
4.70; hulk of Hnlen, ri.lOSiO.IB. Kliccp Hl-.
celptH, C,WK); rt?.10o lilglier; yourlhiBH, 11.00
((11.40; wethers, fS.MXiKi.&'i; ewes, S4.73ff
6,); liuiihv, ?7.00Q7.7.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chlcngo, Jan. 'J. Cattle HeeeiptH, 5,000;
steady to 'Sic, hither; eoniinon to prime
iteerH, ?:t.UTKf(.irr; cowh, Sl'.sr J.2T,; belt'
ern ?l!.,iV(.'.(K); IiiiIIh, SIMKKTi-UiO; cilven,
$,J.50fa'7.W); KtockiTH and feeders, $12.4078
4.'-5. Hokh IteeulptH, 20,000; bteady;
choice to iirlinu heavy, $5.''"Vl'T'3"',-14: '"P
dlnin to Komi heavy, fV-'0(,ii.:;7,(,; hutchei"
welRhts, $5.'.0'i'(n.:Ci; jfood to eholce heavy, jt
tnlsed, ?ri.'J(K((3.i;7,i: pnelchnr, ? l.tKMi.l.M.
BlieepUeeelptH, in,(X)0, htendy to itioiijr";
sheep, $l.0O,MI.00; jenrl!iiK, ?i).00an.'b3f
lambs, ?7.001i7.W), v
Kansnfe City Live Stock.
Kaunas City, .Inn. J. Cittle ItecrlptM, .
11,000; Htendy to fie hither; "native steer,
$-? D.V((.(0; wi'btern fed at fern, 5:i.S5j3.00; ( ,
Btockers and feeders, ir,7.Vff-I.LS; cow,
J'-.O0iH.0O; SielfeiH, f.'l.lKKcl.HO; enlves,
-'.".VJilUfi. lln?rt-IteeelptH, l.'MKiO: nieady
to 5c lower: hulk 'f wile, J?5.Wi".174;
heavy, $5.HK3.): pls and IIkIU. ?I.H5
5.05. Sheep ItevelptH, I.WK); pUoiik;
liuiitH. ?U.0fXu7.C0; cwea Mini yeuillugs,
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