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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1906)
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(From the Citizen.)
TIid homo of Mr. nnil Mr-. tt. W.
Potter was cheered and brightened by
tho ml vent of ii new Imby girl Inst Sun
day. J. C. Woolover, who was injiiroil
some time ago with a sprained leu
caused by tee bncakiiig of n !JI which
Joe lnd stepped upon, win a Campbell
Married, 'list Sunday. Jan. 11, 1000.
nt the home of the groom's brother
near Upland, Mr. Martin Cliristensen
to Mis Mario Christiansen, in the
presence of relatives and friends of the
While George Andrews was serving
as u witness at a trial in district court
in Red Cloud this week his brother
ennio to town nud sold one of hi
horse. got on a drunk and depart
ed overland for Kearney, where his
brother had him nrre9tul and will
bring him bnck for trial.
(From tho Advertiser.)
Dan Bean had his foot badly cut Fri
day by stepping on a piece of glass.
Cards aro out announcing the wed
ding of Mi-s Ada L. llolman to Mr. K.
William Paul, the infant son of Mr.
ami Mrs. Dan Hrondlo, wns born Feb.,
0, 11)0."). and died January 12, 1800.
Mrs. S A. Dillman left Sunday even
ing for Phillipsbtirg, In response to a
telegram announcing tho serious ill
noss of her dauiililorin-law.
Dol Staeey of Randall passed
through town Monday on his way to
Klgin, Ore., in response to a messngo
stating that his father had fallen
through tho iloor of tho hay loft and
was seriously injured. ,
Hurt Sicilian met with a very pain
ful accident Wednesday aftornoon
while ho and oo of tho school boys
wore trying to seo which could pull
tho most with a rope tied to the saddle
horn. Tho ropo broko and Bort's pony
threw him oil", breaking his shoulder
Jncob Gift was very much surprised
Tuosday whon ho was called over tho
phono and told that an old comrade,
whom ho had not soon for moro than
twonty years, was nt tho Rock Island
depot. Mr. Gift drove up and got tho
gontloman, who ho found wns a mom
bor of his companp in tho army.
(From tho Advocato.)
Dr. Sumner reports tho arrival of a
son at tho homo of Win. Butterlield.
Dr. Sumnor reports tho arrival of a
dish washor at tho homo of Ed Mobloy.
Bert Lovejoy has tho frame up for
tho additit n to tho court houso that is
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Waldo spent last
Sunday in Insvalo visitiug with C. A.
Wnlui nnd' wife.
Chas. Smith and Gortio Jonns of
Smith oounty wore married the iirst of
Food to work on is food to live on.
A man works to live. He must live
He does both better on
the soda cracker that contains in the
most properly balanced proportions a
greater amount of nutriment than any
food made from flour.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Neighboring Touws f
OTIR FXrHANfiFS C-
the week by Judge Losoy.
While breaking a broncho ono dnv
this wei k John (. Smith, of Frnuklin,
was thrown from the wagon and sus
tained such seiipus injuries that hois
confined to his bed.
JoH'orson Wilson, the thief who ha
been coniined in the county hastilo for
soino timo was taken to Hod Cloud Inst
Monday bv the "heriu" and couuty at
torney, where he plead guilty to em
bezz'itig the toani of horses from Win
Qninn and was sentenced to two years
at hard labor in the state prison.
(From the Sentinel.)
A now son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs
Will Mtioklow of the south side Friday
J. A. Engstrom returned Inst week
from a throe weeks' visit with rein
tives in eastern Iowa.
Mrs. Art Wattermanof the south side
is recovering from a very sovero at
tack of stomach trouble.
Mrs. Frank A. (look a resident of
this city a y.'ar ago, died nt tho homo
of her brother in Auburn, Kan., on the
W. H. Arnold was down to Lincoln
tho foro part of tho week attending n
meotidg of the state board of agricul
ture. W. II. Austin, Mts. F H. Hnrbcr
and Mis Mahal Harbor were down to
Lincoln Monday night to witness tho I
play of Ben llur. )
Mrs. Thos. Clow nnd son left yester- i
day morning for a six weeks visit, with
her parents in Ohio whom she has not
seen for lifteon years.
(From tho Review.)
Max llobart wns in Republiaaii Mon
day. Mrs. Geo. Sicl has been quite sick
for several days.
J. W. Eldor is hauling out lumber
for a houso on ono of his farms.
Dol Knu t8on has refused $5,000 for
his farm livo miles north of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Bv Shephordson loft
Tuesday morning for Lincol and Boa
trico. W. II. Hunt and Wallio Carpenter
have returned from their land hunt in
1) M. Wiant and Mr. Clapp wore
here Wednosday, looking for a good
farm to purchase.
Jesso E. Sothors and Miss Engol
Tietjon both of Rivorton woro married
by County Judge Kilson Wednesday.
The F. A. A. sooiotv installed their
ollleors for the year Wodnesday overl
ing, after which ootfe. sandwiches and
cako svero served.
(From tho Times.)
Mrs. Maud Lnonard is nssisting in
tho Leonard-Grisoll drug storo.
A girl was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. C.
Isom of Bollairo Monday uight.
Miss Mabel Root, who i in Topcka
at tho hospital is reported much better
A new job pros and paper cutter
wore installed in this olliou last Satur
day. Bessie, the olovon-yoar-old daughter
of Mrs. John Anshutz of Logan town
ship is coniined to her home with pa
ralysis. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Baker gave a
party Tuesday evening for their two
little sons, it being the occasion of
their ten h blrtlnlajH.
Mr. Aloir.J Allen ano Miss Etta
Trueblood were united in holy niatri
ninny, Sunday evening, January MM).
Rev. Treniain oHiclatiug.
Miss Emma Dik-'s entertained n
numbor of her girl friends at a wii -t
party Tuesday evoning in honor of her
friond, Miss Coleman, of Topi 1m.
M'. and Mis. E islia Brown lett
Thursday morning, for Hoiton, Ivan.,
where they will attend the golden wed
ding of Mrs Browd's grandmother,
Mrs. Geo. Floyd.
(From the Journal )
Born, Wednesday morning to Mr.
nnd Mrs. Fred Viris, a daughter.
Mrs. J. C. Hunt left Monday morn
ing for Lincoln to attend tho optical
Messrs. Siiapp and Ronshaw woio
up from Webber Tuesday morning to
moot Mr. Mercer of Red Cloud.
Mrs. S. C. Hart is had the misfortune
to slip on on icy walk Friday morning
and fall, breaking her arm at the
In a scullle a few days ago, George
E 'ii inert receivoe a slight scratch on
the hand. Friday blood poison set in
and it was feared would prove fatal.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sphon very do
lightfully entertained a number of
frionds at their homo Monday evening,
tho event buing their twelih anuivcra
Mrs. James Terry died Wednesday
morning at 4 o clock at her home in
east Suyerior. Tho funeral was held
at tho Presbvtorian church Tnursday
(From tho Leader.
A lino snow fell horo Sunday night.
Tho rovival meetings nt the ChriF
tian church aro still in progress
Mr. and Mrs. Ulrich Qoos aro the
proud parents of boy baby born Mon
day. Attorneys Walters nnd Ranney woro
nt Red Cloud last week attending
Mrs. W. C. Frahm and Mis. W. A.
Garrisog woro Red Cloud visitors
Mrs. Martin Hanson of Upland, a
cotitdn of tho oditor of this paper, visit
ed the Leader family Tuesday.
Dr Wogman ropoit tho arrival of a
lino boy baby at tho homo of Mr, and
Mrs. Lewis Conrad on Tuosdny.
A large number of thn relatives of
Jacob Goll and wife mot at their splon
did homo last Saturday to assist them
in celebrating their 25th wedding anni
versary. John Dushok died January 15, after
a short illness. The funeral tcrvico
was hold Tuosdny nt 11 a. in., at tho
(Kl-Mll (III1 Ml -Hi'llgcr )
Invitation nie (mm iiiiiiiuincmir tin
niiiii iui' nl Jii-in- Knii'i lco and Mi"-"
Linn Owcm- ot lliiM city
(itMirut Chm-fli'-hiiifo took h in '
spin Mom ilii' Ht'VMtur homo and af
forded it little excitement Silttinlliy.
A t cccpi ton was given li Mrs Slag1
tit Iiit Iininn in t h ii oily in honor o' J
Mrs .1 l Hull of Fouler, Coloralo,
Last TuoMlay evening the Library
Indict eiitortaiticd their husbands lit h I
(I o'clock dinner at the Gibson hold,
Plates were lind for thirt live.
Miisex Kite Kelilmn nnil Crete Moor
limn eiiieriiiineil einht, t their girl
friends ttt !i (I o'cloi k ditiniT ul Miss
KiieU !i'ine lusi Tuesday evening
Henry Fisher came up town Inst
Satunlav limning teppinn ii.out as
1 high as a '2.10 trotter and on close ques-
tioniug he .s.ud he had a ten pound boy
lliiam Windscietfel's Iioiho in Lane
' townnhip caught lire last Friday. rVr
, WindscholV"! was at Athol when ht
' house o night lire but his wife gave the
j alarm to the m ighbors who soon an
swered the call ami the tire was put J
BREEDERS ELECT OFFICERS.
Enlighten Chinese Investigators
Lincoln, Jan. ID. Delegates to tin
American Breeders' association united
in the sessions of the dlffciunt state
associations being held in the clt
nnd at the state farm and took an ac
tice part In tho dbciihfeioiih of stod.
raising and agricultural topics. The
set program was departed tiom on
account of tho presence In the city ot
tho imperial Chinese commissioners,
who visited tho stock Judging pa
vilion at the state farm and weie en
lightened on American methods by
representative breeders. Assistant
Secretary of Agriculture IJnyoH, who
is attending tho breeders' meeting, i
aided In the reception to the visitors.
At the afternoon session of tho
breeders Professor Hobs of the Mln
nesota experiment station" delivered
an address on "Testing Meat Produc
ing Animals," and tho discussion fol
lowing wns participated In by L. II,
Kerrick or Illinois, Professor Smith
nnd .1. J. Ferguson. Other addresses
were by Professor W. J. Spillman ol
Washington, on "Practicnl Iaw Ap
plied to Ilreoding;" "Tho Farmer's
Cow," by II. C. Wallnco of Dos Moines,
and "Rnnge Sheep," by Professor Duf
fum of tho Wyoming experiment sta
tion. At the business meeting the breed
ers' association elected ns president,
A. P. Grout of Winchester, 111., and
secretary, E. A. Burnett of Lincoln,
WARE TRIAL MAKES
Government Rests Its Case
Omaha, Jan. 23. Tho government
concluded its testimony in tho case of
G. G. Ware, accused of subornation
of perjury in connection with Illegal
land fencing, and announced that it
rested. Forty witnesses were called
lor tho government. Tho number
summoned was approximately seven
ty, but many of these were to substan
tiate the fact of tho Illegal enclos
ures, but as Foreman Hoffgard of the
U. U. I. ranch testified that tho last
gap of the enclosure had been made
in April, 1905, It was not thought nec
essary to keep tho other thirty-five or
forty witnesses hero to give evidence
as to the enclosures, nud hence tho
chief fact sought lo be established
was tho conspiracy of attempting to
defraud tho government of titles to
tho particular public lands inside tl.o
U. D. I. Land and Cattle company's en
closure by fraudulent filings.
Tho apparent policy of the defense
Is to impeach tho testimony of Frank
W. Lambert, tho chief conspirator, al
leged to have acted In collusion with
Rev. Geogo G. Ware, president of tho
U. B. I. Land and Cattlo company, and
also to show that Mr. Ware's motives
in undertaking to sccuro soldiers' fil
ings within the U. B. I. enclosure was
purely philanthropic, In that tho lands
would be looked after by tho U. B. I.
company in tho Interim between entry
and final proof, nnd that his only so
licitude was to secura such parties to
fllo on tho lands as would not bring
dogs and other objectionable features
onto the range to troublo and annoy
the cattlo ranging there.
Milton regarded tho "Parndlso Be
colned" as Infinitely superior to tho
"Parndlso Lost" nnd onco expressed
great surprise that any one should cn
tertnln r. contrary opinion. Ho said
that of all his works tho poom "On tho
Morning of Christ's Nativity" was his
best. It was his earliest, being written
In 1(520, when ho was twenty-one years
IV ill H) til) It M'llOlll llllll.ilt, Nl'l IIIIMI
It - IlllH 111 ill
Tlirro irrcftt pursuits
hnvc nifiiln sliown won
derful results on thv
'"ilVal Mainlfiernt Cllni.tr- 1'fttinrr iIott.
L5PyCJP Iiib In ttii'lr clilrl Memo. In tl.fl
milium u& nui I'luiwr.
" All nre bound to be mnre thnn
plea.icil ultli tlio final rrgulMof
tlie pa5t ftcoBun'A linrvcutn."
Clout, wootl, Trnlrr. hnj In nliimil-
ntic(-trM(mi, oliiirrlic", tiinrki'tMnm
vt'iiinnl. 'Ililnl-tliiMiruot Jl nlitnt.
Apiily for Infiiriiiiitlnn lo Hiititln
ti'iiilimt of Imtiilurntloii, Otlimn.
CiuiiiiIhi ortntlin rollnwIiiK iiiitliur
It eil Cunmllitii Uovnrtiui'iil Auuuti
w. V. Bcnnoll, 801 N.Y.LifoBldg.,Omalin,Ncb.
iKJgi T.ME TABLE.
liHiffll Rod Cloud, Neb.
KANSAS CI TV
SI. LOUIS and
'nil points cast and
SAlI LAKE C'l
and all jwintl
TtlAINK t.RAVK Ad rOI.t.OWB!
13. l'dHHi'tiKer ilnlly for Olicrllu
riiii at. rniiH'iH laiiar.no. ox
ford, McCook, Dunvurmul nil
points wont 7 0j a.m.
Mo, 14. Phkhciikit (lolly for St. .loo,
Kiiiiniin City, AtclilMiu, Si.
l.otilH. Lincoln vlii Wyniorf
nud all points uiimI uinl noulli 2'0l n.rs
So IS, I'aHNCiiKur. iltilly, Dunvcr, nil
polntH In Colormio, Utah nnd
Callfornln .. 7. Ml p.m.
Mo. 10. I'aKHoiiKer. ilnlly for St. Joe,
KmihnB City. AtrliUon, St.
I.oiiIhhikI nil polntH ckm niul
HDiitti . UlilOn.m,
So. 174. AcciiiniiKiilalloii. Motuliiy,
Wodnculny nail Krlilny.llnnt
Iiirr, (Irninl IhlHinl, lllni;!:
IIIIIh nail nil points In Hie
north went I .'fi n m.
Hlcoiihiir. (HiiIiik. nnd rcclliilar. rlmlr rnrp.
fonts frcu) on Uironi;h triillih. TIcltutM hold ntid
ikkr&u' checkuil to nay point In thu UnlUxJ
For Information, tlmu tallies, hiiuih or tlokuli
cull on or HtldroNf A. I'nnover, Audit. Itod
Olottd, Nolir. or I.. Witkuluy, Ounurnl I'ah
kuiikoi Ak'ent Oriialiii. NelirnNkn
H. B. ASHER,
Of tho Kansas City Veter
inary Col lego Olllco at E.
Johnston's, the ISrick Barn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
RED CLOUD, - - NEB.
At Bine Ilill first Tuesday in ench
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets '
A 3my Uodloluo for Busy People.
Brings Qoldon Health and RenoweJ Vigor.
A Hpocltlo for Constipation, Indlftostlon, I.lvo '
and ICIilnijy Troubles. Plmpliw. Kczctnn, Impure
JJIoou, Hud Ureal h, Rliiculr.h Ilowrln, Hrwlnctai
iml llncJ.-nrho. It's Uoclcy Mountain Ten In tuD
lt form, 83 (jMatrt n box. fJcnuInn mntle by
'JOI.MBTEU Dr.co Cohpanv, Jtlllllsim, W'h.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
destines uml IxMiitHUi the hair.
l'Diimlm u luxuriant frovrlli.
Never FailB to ll-store Orsy
Italr to Us Youthrul Color.
Curi-t trnlp illrw k lialr tilling.
Wr.tiulc IJiO at Priiggl'H
Anvono aondlriR n nbctrli nnd description tnuy
qulckljr uacertnln our opinion froo wliutlier nti
lUTOiitlnu In prohnlily pntentnhln. Conitiiniilra
tlmuiRtrlctlycoiitldoatlnl. HANDBOOK on I'atcnto
aont froo. OMojt nironor for Hucuruitf putonta.
rntonts taken tlirouuli Munn & Co. recclrf
tpeelal notice, witliout clmreo, In tbo
A handiomeljr WiiAtrntPd woeklr.
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