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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1906)
You must have had sixty at
least! What? Only forty?
Then it must be your gray
hair. Ayer's Hair Vigor stops
these frequent birthdays. It
gives all the early, deep, rich
color to gray hair, and checks
falling hair. And it keeps the
scalp clean and healthy.
t wiiiercatlxtrotibloil with damlrtilT which
nra!iuil u most llnHitr'C!1lo HcIiIiik of tho
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Alto monuiaoiurorn 01
Vlffrtrnmi tno (mil-
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Itoms of News Found in Tho
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
This Week V v
Wiilt Kloomnn Ih going to Oinnhii
M. V. Dickonson Is sick with lung
Judeo MoKoighan is very sick with
Mrs. P. M. Dickorson is recovering
from hor recent illness.
Mrs. Thornburc 1ms boon on tho
sick list for u fow days.
Mrs. L. Olmso of Holt oouuty, Mo.,
has roturnod to Amboy.
A. T. Ormsby goes to California this
wook on a ploasuro trip.
L. H. Wallace was in tho eastern
part of tho state this week.
A. Hawloy is happy with tho thought
thai ho can now bo called papa.
John Murray is busy now in getting
ready to build several new houses.
Miss Maudo Goblo foil and threw
hor kuoo out of place tho other night.
Mrs. Sherman of Colorado in a guest
at tho rosidonco of A. J. Welch this
Ed Wionor purchased Walt Kleo-
man's interest in tho post oftlco news
A. S. Marsh lias boon confirmed by
tho U. S. sonato as postmastor of Red
Tho ofllcors of Garfiold Post No. 80
and tho W. R. C. woro installed Mon
There was avorv pleasant party at
tho rosidonco of MissMollio Forris on
Geo. Davis, tho day ticker at tho
diptit, was out west this wook, looking
After his ranch.
Miss Sylvia Cook, sister of Mrs. M.
R. Bent ley, returned to hor homo in
Decorah, Iowa, this week.
B. Frees, partnorof I). M. Piatt of
t!u) Piatt & Frees Lumber Co. was
bore on business this week.
I. N. Roberts, of Ohio, brothor-in
lntv, of John Chambers is in tho city
looking over Nebraska's fertile soil.
The revival meotiugs boing held at
tho Congregational and M. K. churches
at presout are meeting with success.
C. A. Owen has gone to North Caro
lint to look aftorthe murdoror of his
brother, who is row in custody in that
Married, on tho 17th of January,
1380, Mr. Geo. M. Valentino and Miss
Fvankio Peterson of this city, Rov. G.
W. lltuumell otllointing.
W. D. Forrestor tho furniture man,
boarded tho train Monday night and
wont to Pennsylvania to visit at his
old homo two or threo weeks,
Samuol Dyer received word Sunday
that his sister-in-law had departed
this life, ami Mr. Dyer took tho even
in? train for Sugar Lake, Mo., her lato
After tho snow storm last week Au
gust Zerwekh weighed the snow that
hid ipitt'd on tho scales in front of
his lumber oftico which tippod tho
beam at 4,500.-Blue- Hill Timos.
On Monday evening next a sociable
will be hold at tho house of W. Aldon
oaElm street two blocks abovo tho
Holland house for tho purpose of
raising funds for supplying tho poor.
Onrfriond, R. K. Orohard of Ina
!, comparatively a now. settlor in
Webster county, who has been a resi
dent of Webster coupty about a year,
h'ol himself to Exotor. Nob., lust
Tuosday and betook unto himself a
wifo, in tho p erson of Mrs. Knox.
Inavai.k R. K. Orchard was in Exo
tor last wook and roturnod Wednes
day ovoning with a hrido Mr.
Gray wont to Harvard Monday morn
in? Mrs. Kuight went to Rod
Cloud Monday to attond W. R. C
L. C. Olrnstoa I wont to McCook Fri
day morning Dr. Padloy, of Iowa,
brothor-in law of Mr. Worthiugtou,
arrived hero last wook.
Cowlks Josoph Burr, ono of tho
first settlors hero, died snddonly on
Saturday morning and was buried on
Monday morning in Elm crook oomo-
tory Tho snow is from a fow
Inches to Bovoral foot in depth
A team that was hitched in front of
Fullor & Rood's hardware- store ono
day last week, wore frightened by a
' passing train and ran through tho
streets at. full spoad, but fortunately
without doinir any damage.
I Blue Him. Col. Hoover made a trip
to Hastings last Saturday Miss
Annie Kick, of this city, is attending
collego at Fremont Henry Gund
of Wilbur, was in tho city last week in
the intorost of tho First National
bank at this placo. of which ho is
provident Tho hop at tho rink
last Frlduy night given by tho Happy
Hour dancing club was a grand suc
cess W. MoDonald, of Wolls,
brought'to market Saturday 59 hogs
that averaged 280 pounds One of
C. G. Wilson's lino colts bocamo en
tangled In a wlro fouco and diod from
its injurios a fow days ago. . . .County
Superintendent Springer was visiting
our schools Tuosday and Wednesday
Mr. Alexander of Hastings svas in
our city Tuosday on business O.
E. Conrad of Clovorton boarded tho
train Suuday morning for Dundy
county Tho masquorado ball
clvon by tho I. B. S. was a grand suc
On Wednesday ovoning at 0 o'clock,
at tho home of tho bride's parents six
miles northwest of this city, occurred
tho marriago of Otterbein E. Ramcy
and Francos Reiglo, Rov. Rico oillcl
ating, only the immediate families
of tho parties boing prosont. As soon
as tho coromouy was porformod all
present sat down to a bountiful wed
ding supper and spout tho evening in
social merriment. Roth tho young
people thus starting In married lifo
aro children of our oldest families iu
tins section and occupy enviable places
in tho esteem of friends. Mr. Ramoy
has routed his father's farm in Rutin
township and tho young couple will be
found at thoir now homo iu (he future
Cards havo boon received in this
city announcing tho marriago of Miss
Jessamine A. Rick or to Mr. John T.
Graham, at tho homo of tho groom's
sister, in Lincoln, Thursday, January
25. They will bo at homo at Bethany,
Nob., after Fobruary 15. Mrs. Graham
is a granddaughter of Mrs. S. B. Light
foot ot this city and formerly resided
i If you've been Looking for
$ Bargains in Men's Clothes
RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY.
Mystic Cure for Rhcnmntlfun mul Neuralgia
radically cures In 1 to 8 days. Its action upon
the system Is remarkable and mysterious It
romoves at onco tbu CttUso and the disease Im
mediately disappears. The first dose greatly
bonellts. 7ft rents nndl 0''. bcid by II
Once Druggist. Red Cloud
I Whilo thorn may bo only one or two
f5 or threo ovorcoats of a kind, yet
Wo'vo just had tlmo to catch our
breath after tho vigorous selling dur
ing tho holiday season and wo went to
work immediately cleaning up our
Whero there wore only two or threo
suits or ovorcoats of a kind -whero
sizes woro badly brokou whero an
overcoat lingered hero aud there, wo
havo sorted thorn out, and when wo
camo to mark tho now prices on these
Hoods wo forgot all about tho profit
part of it.
at S1G 60
at 14 4
at 12 00
at 9 40
at 8 00
at 4 80
LIVF STOCK MARKETS Al
CHE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY. ROBINSON ACCOMPANY,
MVG STOCK COMMISSION
You will not finct beauty In rouge
pot or complexion whitewash. True
beauty comes to them only that take
Uollistei'.-Ricky Mountain Toh. It i
ii wonderful tonic and boautih-r 35
cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cutting.
GOSS GETS INSTRUCTIONS.
thoro aro so many different kinds that I
you will find very ricli choosing indeed.! I
We can fit almost any build of man out
of thoso reduced clothes and give him
a bargain that will send him away
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C?FJCEC AT CHIOAOO, KAN8A8 CITY,
OMAHA, 8IOUX CITY. 8T. JOSEPH
Kansas City, Jan. 23. Receipts of
cattle Monday woro 8000. For beef
steers competition was brisk and
prices ruled strong to 10 cents higher.
Cows and hoifors woro steady to
strong; stockers and foedors steady to
10 cents higher. Receipts today were
13,000 bulk of which woro beef steers.
For this class tho market was some
what slow but mostly steady. Cows
and heifers woro active and steady to
strong; stockers and feeders 10 to 15
Tho following tablo givo prices
Extra prime corn-fed steers. .$5 25 -5 80
Good corn fed steers , 4 75-5 25
Ordinary corn fed steers.. .. 4 00-4 50
Choice corn fod heifers 4 50-5 (X)
Good corn fod heifers 3 50-4 00
Medium corn fod heifers. ... 2 75 3 25
Choice corn fod cows 3 50-4 00
fanners 150-2 25
Choice stilus 3 75-4 00
Choice fed bulls 3 50-100
Bologna bulls 2 25 -2 50
Veal calves 5 50-7 25
Uood to choice native or
western stockers 3 75-4 25
Fair 3 40-3 75
Common 3 00-3 40
Good to choice heavy native
feeders'. 3 75-4 30
Fair 3 2'i-3 75
Good to choico heavy bra ml .
ed horned focdeis 3 25-3 75
Fair 3 0(1-3 25 '
Common 2 fiO-3 00
Good to choico stock hoifors 2 75 3 00
Fair , 2 25-2 75
Good to choico stock calves,
stoors 3 75-1 50
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Good to choico stock calves,
hoifors 3 25-1 00
Fair 2 75-3 25
Choice wintered grass steers
Good 3 25-3 50
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Choice grass cows'. 2 75-3 25
Common 2 00-2 50
Receipts of hogs Monday woro G000
aud tho market strong to 5 cents
higher. Receipts today wero 12,000
and prices steady with bulk of sales
from $5.40 to 5..10.
Roceipts of shoop Monday woro 7500
and tho market steady to 10 conts
higher. Receipts today wore G000 and
tho mavkofstrong to 10 conts highor.
Wo quote choico lambs, $7.25 to 7.50;
Told That He Is Expected to Be Vlg
orous in Enforcement of the Law.
Washington, Jan. 22. Senators Mil
lard and Burkett presented Mr. Qosa
to the attorney general. Immediately
Mr. Moody and Mr. Goss went into
conference over the whole situation so
far as tho district attorneyship In Ne
braska Is concerned. Tho attorney
general had ideas which he desired
Mr. Goss to know and in consequence
tho interview between Mr. Moody and
Mr. Goss lasted for a considerable
length of time. It Is not violating any
confidence to aay tho attorney general
bore down on the general chaotic situ
ation in Nebraska In regard to land
leases and illegal fencing of public
lands. In point of fact he did not hes
itate to say to Mr. Gobs that due dili
gence was expected of him to carry
out every law on the statute books
and particularly having rolation to
the position the administration has
taken regarding the rights of tho ln
dividual homesteader and intending
Rich Strike in Old Table.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Jan. 23. Over
the river, where Charley Wlghtman
lives, a man named Jacobson went
out into the backyard recently and
proceeded to cut up into kindling wood
an old board that was at ono tlmo a
part of a table. At tho first blow a
German almanac fell from a cavity In
tho board, between tho leaves of
which were found tho sum of $1,210
In $5, $10 and $20 bills and one $iit)
bill. Now every old, suspicious look
Ing board on the placo Is being cut
up into BpUntors, but Mr. Wightnun
says that up to tho present time no
further Hinds have been made.
LADIES, WE WISH TO CALL YOUR AT
TENTION TO OUR NEW LINE OF
We guarantee every garment to be of super
ior workmanship, perfect fitting and of the VERY
LATEST STYLE. Call in and inspect them.
I M. A. ALBRIGHT
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Some of (lit Clever UplRritmn of the
Their proverbial philosophy shows
that tho Chinese are very thoughtful.
Here aro u few specimens: "The best
and strongest man in tho world finds
that he cannot escape the two words
'No continuance.'" "Happiness con
sists In a medium station." "When
you are sitting quietly and alone, think
of your faults; when conversing with
others, do not talk of tho faults of
others." "Correct yourself on the same
principle that you correct others, and
excuse others on tho same principle
that you excuso yourself." "He who
requires much from himself and llttlo
from others will keep himself from be
ing the object of resentment." "Ho
who pursues a stag regards not hares."
"A gem cannot bo polished without
friction or a man perfected without ad
versity." "Tho godB cannot help a
man who loses opportunities."
The Chinese call a harmless blusterer
"a paper tiger," aud comparo a man
overestimating himself to a rat falling
Theie is Always a Place
FOR THE MAN WHO IS
YOURSELF AT THE
Red Cloud Business College
Into a scale and weighing Itself. Over-
choice yoarllngs $0.25 to 0.50; choice1 do,nB n U,,B ls u hunchback making a
wothors, 35.50 to 5.75; choico owes
$5.00 to 5.25.
A bargain, one No. 3 A Folding you
Pookot Kodak, size 3x5; ono do-!BOy. Tl
voloplng machine, stylo B.
You havo only to watch their story
and fortune tellers In the streets to s'co
Unit tho Chlucso are natural orators.
You can see Unit by their gestures, even
do not understand what they
They uso very apt illustrations.
From "John Chinaman at Homo," by
E. J. Hardy.
The only high grade
Baking Powder sold at a
moderate price. Conv
plies with the pure food
laws of all states.
Trust BaUInc Powders sell (or 45 or
50 cents pur pound and may bo Iden
tified by this exorbitant prlco,
They aro a menace to public health,
8 food prepared from them con
tains large quantities of Rochella
alts, a dangerous cathartic drug.
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