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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1906)
Niece and Nephew
of Uncle Sam
should be deeply interested in what he has said about soda
crackers, because they are the one food with which all of
them are familiar.
Uncle Sam has given out figures showing that soda
crackers are richer in nutriment and body-building elements,
properly proportioned, than any food made from flour.
This is saying much for common soda crackers, and
much more for Uiieeda BlSCllIt, because they are
soda crackers of the best quality. They are baked bettei
more scientifically. They are packed bettei more cleanly.
The damp, dust and odor proof package retains all tne good
ness and nutriment of the wheat, all the freshness of the best
baking, all the purity of the cleanest bakeries.
Your Uncle Sam has shown what food he thinks best
for his people. His people have shown that they think
Uneeda BiSCUlt the best of that food, nearly
400,000,000 packages having already been consumed.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
tifioi iiukii, Win. W.ilkcr noting in in
Hiiillin nllh'i'i' for tho IN Hi twill Martlm
Fmr im iiiMttillliiK olll'tlr for the W. It
'(J. Several visitor wore present mid
all weio liiglily p oixcil with the social.
Wednesday at tlio noon hour sonic
children who vro plfiin at the
school honte discovered a lire in the
biteinent and the II tines were couiinu
up through the lion in MNi LonlV i
room 1'iof. Helot, who was tlio only
teach or in the liitihllng, tan ii'to the
cellar and begun dashing water on the
lire; lie coon caw thiH iihcIcsh, ho iuii
ning to tie no ircst teleplione gave the
aim in The ilnincH weio soon seen to
bo eating their way gradually through
the tlooiH of the other rooms mid in
loss than one hour from tlio time tlio
lire wiih first discovered tlio entire
Mankato .school building would have
b'-en in tiidic.w, had it not been that
Minkato not only has a good liio
coin pad y but piety of water.
to the Acre
w J ai'BT.lA
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Jlemsy Notes prom Neighboring Towns I
s GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
(Prom the Advocate.)
H. H. Waldo was down to Inavale
this week to visit his son.
W. C. Hanson wont to Denver Wed
nesday night on a mission of businet-s
Win, Fritz, who livoe ninn miles
north of Alma, this week sold fourteen
fnt hogs at this place.
Our old friond, O. G. Bailey, who
lives six miles north of town, sold bis
linn farm to E DoLong of Macon.
W. W. Eborhardt this week sold 75
bend of eight months old pigs that
weighed 249 pounds each', ho received
about 9800 for tho lot.
Mrs. Pearl Harris of Sumner, Miss,
is expected to arrive from tho south
next Sunday on im oxtonded visit with
hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mo-Grew.
(From tho Messenger )
Jim Guerin and wifo woro over from
Agra Tuesday nttending tho funeral of
Henry Itoach of Gaylord boarded
tho train Thursday morning for
Topeka, where ho goos to take treat
ment at a hospital.
Jesso Mithes returned last Saturday
night from Kansas City. Ho had boon
down thore n week having a cancor
removed from his noso.
James Horton with his family of
children started Monday morning for
South Dakota, where ho expects to
mukti his futuro homo.
A very pleasant dancing party was
given nt Walter Stovons' dancing
rooms last Monday night in honor of
tho Missos Fannie and Mabel Hoed.
A vory protty wedding occurred at
tho Congregational church Wednesday
evening, January 8, when Mr. Tom
Itico and Miss Grace Hurtch wore
joined in tho holy bonds of matrimony
by Rov. Blonktirn.
(From tho Review.)
G. W. Clino shipped a car of hogs
Mrs. Lucy Carnaham shipped two
cars of cattle to St. Joo Wednesday.
Tho Rnvlow editor sold hissunllower
phico near Roamsvillo, Kan., a few
Fifteen girl frionds .of Emnm Linci
ley wero entrttunul at the hitter's
homo Saturday night.
A. L. Gray was in Sutton several
titles this week in attendance at tho
wedding of his niece, Miss Carney.
W.H.Hunt and Wallace Citrpnntoi
aro up in tho sand hill country look'tig
up a location for a 040 aero homestead
The homo of Wm Hunt oamo nonr
going up in smoko Tuesday morning
Mrs. Hunt started to ascend to the
uppor story ai.d finding tho hallway
full of smoko turned in an alarm.
However, tho lire was soon subbed.
I. B Stansor, of Red Cloud, represent
ing tho Union Jnsuranco Co. in which
tho property was insured, was in town
Thursday, and adjusted the loss for $33
7, at 0 o'clock.
, W E. Kiinsey received a New Yem'.s
prefeni from tho Loyal Protective As
sociation a check fsr $:i.r for four wet ks
Jas Budk ey has purchased the
Thornliurg lostauraut building and is
moving it onto his lots in the north
west pint of tho city.
Avery beautiful wedding o'cnrred
at the honiM of Mis Dive S ''r ider,
one mile west of Lebanon, Sunday
ov tine, Jnnuury 7, at 8 n'o nek Tho
contracting parties wero Mi. Cnas Me
Murray and Miss Maud Short Rev
L B. Trenmin olliciatmg, using tin
ring coi oniony, which is very impressive.
(From the Sentinel.)
E S Garbor of Red Cloud was in tho
city on business Tuesday.
Henry Hummolls took a party of
landseekois west Monday night.
Invitations are out for tho wedding
of Mr. Earl Danker and Miss Lurn
Burgess on tho 21th.
Tho only surviving brother of Jacob
Carpenter, who is himself on tho thinly
sido of eighty years, died id Indiana
Honry Huffman ond tho writer wont
to Blue Hill Wednesday to attend the
funeral of Mrs W. S. Ashby, who died
oarly Tuesday moroing of paralysis of
the throat and stomach.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tip.
potts, Tuesday a eon ;to Mr. odd Mrs.
Geo. VanS oklo Wednesday, a daugh
ter; to Mr. and Mrs. O. TuruipseeU
Thursday morning a son.
Tho frionds in this city of Miss
Bertha Mnsor will bo glnd to hoar that
shh has a vory lucrative and respon
sible position of housekeeper of tho
Tampa Bay Hotel, Tanipa, Fla. Tho
hotel has a thousand rooms, including
casinoo and theatre.
(From tho Timns.)
Frank Hutchison wont to Esbon
Tuesday morning to visit a fow days.
M. A. Colo wont to Kansab City Suu
day with stock mid returned home
Mrs. Graham purchased from J. D
Mossman, two one aero tracts of land
in south Lebanon.
Mr. Thomas G. Hargor and Miss
Volirice Wiggins wero united in tho
holy bonds of matrimony at the M E,
parsonage, Sunday evening, Jaiitiui 3
(From the Journal )
W. G. Wm ron and family left Friday
for their homo in Chariton, Iowa
The York Harp,Orchcstia will bo
hero to play for tho dance on Wednes
day. T. M. Siutmbatigh and his company
of homeset keiH returned from Holly,
A. C. Briidshaw, tho butcher, has
purchased Mrs Lizzie Lai kins' prop
erty in west Superior.
Dan MeDade has sold his property in
North Superior to J. G Euniinister,
of Lenvenwotth county, Kansas
Will Hoffman, from tho Mi. Clare
neighborhood, who had his aim badly
crushed in a corn shelter near Bost
wiek, died on Saturday.
Mrs. Etta Garrett, who his been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Eyro, returned
to her homo in Pawnee City, Fiiday to
attend the funeral of a friond.
Mrs Annie Galbreth, formerly of
this city, was united in marriage to Mr.
Win co of Smith Center, at the home
of hor daughter, Mrs. Myrtlo Hanchott
J H Bossorman's had a narrow es
cape f 1 0111 a bad iiro at their home
about 7:30 Friday morning. Clothing
that was hanging back of the stove
caught iiro and when discovered the
blaze had roiched tho coiling. The
lire was put out boforo furthor damago
(From tho Advortiser.)
A nino pound girl is reporton at the
Immn of Howard Dix and wifo born
Edtiar Dressl tr left Wednesday
morning for gallon, where he will takt
1 course in the Ktusas Wesley an Boi
Miss Miv Wono and John J. Noel,
both ot JmwhII, were mairied at. the
court lintin Thursday afternoon by
J 0(1 lie M -Geliee,
ThcG. ..lt and W. K. '. held n
joint tiiNialiaiion in the hall T rsilay
(From the Leader.
,,Gratulpi"Siule is at Red Cloud
this wei k.
Evn Cook and Delia Kwholhann
I returned from Red Cloud Satuiday.
Carl Weginaiin and Geo. Kiuger loft
for Seward Tuesday to attend school.
I C. b. 'Gund is getting everything in
euliuess to oieet his new bank build
I ing in Campbell.
I H. J Meents has purchased the
bloi k of land just west of Oni.o Goos
! residence property.
. W. C Fi'iihm, county treasurer, was
up from R"d Cloud ovar Sunday to
'isit ids family and look after his
business inteiests here.
A phusant biithday party was given
L J Houltoti Sunday in honor of his
554 1 li ))irthday. A pleasant time was
had and excellent refreshments woro
Mrs W S Ashby, wife of I h editor
of the lUne Hill Leader, died at her
homo Tuesday morning, January 1),
after 11 brief illness. She was the
mother of tun children, eight of whom
are living The funeral services wire
held at the Christian church Wednes
day afternoon at,'2:!K).
' FINAL BATTLE TAKES PLACE.
Dominican Troops Win Decisive Vic
tory Over Insurgents.
Cnpo Ilaytlen, Ilaytl, Jan. 15. A
sanguinrry nud what probably will
prove to be tho final battle has takt
place near Gimyubin, between th
troops of General Cacercs, the tcnip&
rary president of Santo Dnmliiuo, an.',
tho insurgents. Tlio former were vic
torious., Feveral generals on boll'
sides wero killed or wounded. The
gunboat Indopcndoncln, which recent
ly went over to tho Insurgents, intends
on tlo ndvlco of formor President
Morales, to return to Santo Domingo
and surrender, If the government will
guarantee tho safety of its officers and
crow. It is expected also that tho
governor of Monte Cristl will follow
tho advleo of General Morales and
surrender that place provided tho
necesBary guarantees as to safety are
mentis a productive
capacity in dollars ot
$16 per Icrt
This on land, which
has cost tlio fanner
nothing, but the price
of tilllnir It. lulls Its
own story, Tho
clvrn ntmoltitcl)' free to every
settler ICO acres of such land.
I, n tuts adjoining can bo pur
chased nt from Jo to fit) per ucro
from railroads and other corpor
ations. Already 173,000 farmers from
tho fulled Status liavo mmlo
their hollies In Canada.
For pamphlet "20th Century
Canada," nnd nil Information
apply to Superintendent of Immi
gration, Ottawa, Canada; or to
tlio following authorlml Cana
dian Government Agent:
W. V. Bcnnclt,80l N.Y. LifoBldfj., Omaha, Nob.
Mention tlila irnpor.
Red Cloud, NoW.
83. LOUIS and
ill points east and
II U TIE
SAL'l LA HE V
and all point
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVI8IONS
Features of the Day's Trading and
Chicago, Jan. 10. Favorable weather for
fall-sown wheat In the United States, Im
proved weather In Argentina and better in
UiiHtrlal comlltloiiH In UiihhIii weakened the
wheat mnrket here today. At the clone
wheat for May delivery was oft (jiKic.
Corn was down c. Oats allowed a loas
of ttffiVi:. 1'rovlnloiiB were T&Wc lower.
Wheat -May, 83(S88jc; July, 85WQ
8Tc; Hept., 83c
Corn-May, 4tic; July, 4.1c; Sept., 4r.i.
Oata-May, aijUc; July, :!0e; Hept.,
Pork-Jnn., $lf.07Vj; Mny, $14.0214.
I.ard-Jan., $7.4.r; Mny, $7..
ltll)s-Jnn., $7.12; Mny, $7.65.
Chicago Cntth Prlct-s No. 2 hard wheat,
8iy,(TiS7e; No. 3 hard wheat, 8.lW87c; No.
2 corn, 4:i'iQ43c; No. 2 oats. 81c.
South Omaha Live Stock.
South OmuUa, Jnn. lO.-Cuttle Hecelpts,
4,000; Blow, Bteady; native steers, $.1.7o('(
n.M); cows nnd heifers, $2.SO(tCl.tK); canners,
$2.0($ti2.n0; stocltera and feeders, $2.MXi
4.10; calveB, $2.WKIfl.OO; bulls, stags, etc.,
$2.25fti.75. Hogs Hecelpts, 0,000; Tie high
er; henvy, $r.3OCK.40: mixed, $5.:0a".y.1
light, $r.aWjri.3r; pigs, $4.M)jr.10; bulk nt
sales, $ri,.'Wifi,35. Hheep-Iteceliits, 12.WX);
lOiJilSe lower; yearlings, $5.8.ViUr,; weth
ers, $r..40H0.7.'i; ewes, $4.75U!-UO; lambs,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Jan. Kl.-Cattle-IteeelptH, .'(.MX);
steady; eomnion to prime steers, $3.IO.'i
0.M); cows, $3,XX84.40; lielfers, $,j.25djri.OO,
bulls, $2,004(4.10; calves, $.'I.Xf(.K); Htork
era and feeders, $2.40$el.r0. Hogs He.
celpts, 20,000; BftlOc higher; cholj'e to
prime heavy, $r.4.'Qfi.r0; mediiiin to good
heavy, &A(HiirAZ; buteherw eights, $.ri.4(hrf
6.."Oj good to choice heay, mixed, $n.37',jAji
B.45; packing, $,.2."K(iri.42i.. Sheep -He
celpts, 10,000; strong; sheep, ?4.noftl.00
yeurllugs, $0.0Oijd.7.'i; ItRubs, 7.2.(7.h5.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kaioas City, Jan. Kt.-Cattle Hecelpts
ll,7o0: steady to 10c lower; native ulcers,
$.1.0(i-.!JO; fair to good, $l.0Oi.-..(0; wt'st
crn .fed steers, $.'t.WM(.",r.O; Mockers 1111C
feeders, $3.tKKTl.M); cows, $2.0O(4.(Xi; helf
ers, $3.(Xli4.lH); calves, $,.0(ii7.MJ.' llogs
Heeelpts, 10,000; BliJKV higher; bulk ot
wiles, .$r..2.r. 1210; heavy, $r..3.Yf(."i.47V!i;
pigs and light, $4.(X)fQ.:t.". Hheep-Heeelpts,
12,(KX); rM0e lower; lambs ?5.50Ii7.40j
twea and yearlings, $l.,iOiil.()0.
TOilNH I.BAVB AS rot.t.OWn:
No, 18. PndMenger dnlly for Oberlln
nnd Kl. KrauulN tirnnchex. Ox
ford. MeCook. Deuvernnd all
jioluts west 7'0i s.ra.
1'nssutiger dnlly for at. Joo,
ItlUlNMK ('li)', AtrlllNOII, SI,
I.oiiIh. Lincoln vln Wyiuore
and all points cast nnd hoiiUi 2'fll n.ra
15. PHKneimer. ilrttly. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
California 7 en p.m.
18. 1'nMaiiigcr. dally for St. Joe.
Khiiurs City. Atchison, at.
Louis and all points cant and
south a UUtOH.m.
174. Aeeoiamodnllon, Monday,
Wednenlay and Irlday. Hast
ings, Urunil IHand, lllsck
HIIIn and all points In iliu
Hlooplng. dining, and reclining chair cars,
tiCHls (roe) on through traliiK. Tickets nnld slid
hngKHKC cliedked to any point In tho United
states or Canada.
Korlnfonimtlon. tlmn tables, maps or ticket
rail on or uddrcps A Couovcr, Agent, Hod
Oloud, Nehr. or I,. W. Wakeley, Otnural 1'as
aeiiKei Agent Omshn. NubinsKH
H. B. ASHBR,
Of the KmiHiis City Votor
innry Collogo Olllce at E.
Johnston's, the Brick Uarn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTCNDH)
RED CLOUD, - - NEB.
At Bins Hill first Tuesday in eaoh
aRoinst Fire, LiKhtnhiff, Cy
clones nnd Windstorms, see
JNO. B. STANSER,
agont for tlio Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Nb., tho host in
surance company inthe sMte
Isaac B. Colvin
Farm Loans.and Insurance
and Guide Rock lines.
Box 23. GUIDE ROCK, NEB.
Rocky Mountain Tea Muggets
A Dnsy Medicine for Ba3y People.
Brings Golden Hoalth and Ilonowod Vigor.
A specino for Constipation, Indlgodlon, Uv
ami Kidney Troubles. Pimples. Eczema, Impim
Wood, Bad Breath, Rluge;lsh Howels, Ucadftcho
and HaoJcnclie. It's Iioclcy Mountain Tea In to
let fonn, 8.', cents n box. flenulno made by
HoLLiSTEn l)mo Company, Madison, Wis.
30LDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PE0PLR
Cltniuct ami futirifs the litlr.
I'rntnotr a luxuriant Riowlh.
Movor Tailo tn llettoro Qray
Hair to Jti YouthiUl Color.
Cum -lp tllftuiu lulr lilllui.
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Anyono flnillns n sketch and description mr
qulehly uirertnln oar opinion free wtiother an
liivoiillon is prolinbly patcntahla. Cnniniiiiilrn.
sent free. Olrtnsl auonojr for socurinir patents.
l'atiMilH tuktm throuKh Jlunu ,t Co. rccvlrc
ipecMnoUcc, without ohaTuo, Intuo
A Tinndsomelr lllufltmled wopkly. rrcoit rlr
dilution if any ncientllJn liniriiiil. 't'crni, 13 n
Tear: four months, f 1. Hulil ball newsdealoro.
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