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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1906)
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(From the Messenger )
MrB. Byran bought the Hay Wolfe
brick building on the east side of Mnin
btrout for $1700.
Perry Crook, came in Inflt Thursday
evening from Missouri to help care for
his father, who is quite sick.
C. F. Winchell s team took a spin
nround the nrrth end of town Thurs
day morning, with his mail wagon.
Mr. Cord Allen and Miss Etta True
blood wore united in the holy bonds of
matrimony Sundny, January 14, Rev.
Bert Hoadloy, editor of tho Gaylord
Sentinel was in our city last Saturday,
nftor a marriage liconso to wed Miss
Gortrueo White of Gaylord.
At the homo of C S Owen in this
city Wednesday overling, January 21,
nt 7:110 occurred the marriage Julius
Korenko and Miss Linn Owen, Uev. A
D. King olliuiating.
(From the Citizen.)
Dave Corrigan and wife came in on
Wednesdap's train and will locate here.
Mrs. J. E Fish is reported very sick
and has been confined to her bed the'
Rnv. Gneiss was called to Hickman in
haste this week on account of the dan
gerous illness of Mrs. Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Klein departed
last Saturday foi Western, where they
will visit for u time with friends and
Harry Burden went to Oxford, whore
ho will taku charge of a shovel houso
for Gun d Co., located n short dis
tance oast of there.
C. Evorliug wont west "Wednesday
evening. Charley shipped n oarload of
lumber from hore, with which to build
a house on ono of his quarters.
A friond who received i letter from
Dick Ackerman informs us thnt Dick
is holding down his job in the carpen
ter department of tho D. & It. G. R. R.
shops in Denver.
(From tho Journal )
J. P. Dohinoy was down from Rod
Cloud Tuosdny evening.
Mrs. L. II Bock wont to Rod Cloud
Friday morning to nttond n reception.
Mr. nnil Mrs. W. L. Wilson attended
tho club danco nt Sud Cloud Thursday
You have heard that some foods furnish fat,
other foods make muscle, and still others are
tissue building and heat forming.
You know that most foods have one or more
of these elements, but do you know that no
food contains them all in such properly balanced
proportions as a good soda cracker?
The United States Government report shows
that soda crackers contain less water, are richer
in the muscle and fat elements, and have a much
higher per cent of the tissue building and heat
forming properties than any article of food made
That is why Uneeda Biscuit should
form an important part of every meal. They
represent the superlative of the soda cracker, all
their goodness and nourishment being brought
from the oven to you in a package that is proof
against air, moisture and dust the price being
too small to mention.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
The bible class of tho Presbyterian
church mot with Mr. and Mrs. John
Eyre Tuesdao evening.
Dr. J E Wait, district deputy, went
to Red Cloud the lirst of tho week to
install nflloors of the I O O F. lodge.
Miss Gince Sutherland was united in
marriage on Friday evening of last
week to E. D Cnrothcrs, of Fairbury.
Johnston Bros, nro mnking sonio ox
tensive improvements in their wans
house on west Third street, tho nddi
tion being 21x02 feet.
Z S. Aldrich packed his household
goods Thursday and loft for Norfolk,
Va., where they havo purchase!: prop
erty and expect to make their future
It. D Bitl.lwin had a runaway oast of
Superior Saturday morning. Ho was
coming to town with n load of hay
when ono of the lines broke, causing
tho team to run away, badly damaging
(From the Lender.
Born, to Mr and Mrs. Ralph Schao
on Tuesday night a daughter.
1 L. Trowbridge made n business
rip to Red Coud Thursdny.
A. D. Biker shipped two cars of
stock to Kansas City Tuesday.
SherifV Hedge and Attorney K,eonoy
wore up from Rod Cloud Tuesday.
Henry Aronds has purchased tho
Merchant house of II. A. Bowman.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Frame,' n lino baby boy Wodnosday.
Mrs Warron of Red Cloud wns tho
guest of Mrs. J. F. Grimes over Sun
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Grimos roynlly
ontertnined tho whist club nt their
home Saturday night;
Word wns phoned over from Bladon
Thursdny morning thnt Mrs. Lewis
Conrad had died suddenly.
S. E Emrick met with an accident,
Thursday whilo unloading boiler heads
from a car. Tho wagon ho whs work
ing on moved and ho wns thrown to
tho ground. Both nrms were badly
(From the Sontinol.)
O. Hildroth, W F. Humphrkys and
H. S. Ayer nnd their bettor halves
wont to Bloomingtnn Tuesday night,
where they beheld tho beautifs of tho
At 11:30 a. m. Wednesday nt tho
home of the bride's paionLs in tnis,
Miss Lurn May Hnrposs became the
bride of Karl C. Danker, Rev A. A.
The eleven months' old datiulitor of
Mr. and Mrs. S. A Bn.von died at
their homo in Holdrege Sundiy morn
ing of pneumonia. They brought the
little body down on tho train Monday
night and laid it to rest in the familv
lot in tho Franklin cemetery, Rev. A. A
King, conducting the services.
Henry Johnson wns born at Cham
paign, III., Sopt. 26, 1375, and died of
pneumonia at Franklin, Jan. 24, 1000,
after an illness of but a few dajs.
Funoral services were conducted at
tho homo of J. A. Die toy Thursday at
8 p. m. by Rev. T. O. Douglass ami in
terment was mudo in the Franklin
(From tho Review.)
Herman Hancock wont to Montnna
Wednesday evening, to pick up n
bunch of western horses.
Mrs. Ralph Tuors went to Franklin
Wednesday night to attend the funeral
of her aunt, Mrs Nancy Dny.
About noon Saturday, Otio Kelso,
the 8 yenr-old son of Mr and Mr . S.
Kelso, broke his arm bv jumping from
Eli Bennett's draV wagon.
Rev. Williams, who was for over ten
years pastor of the Congregational
church of this place, came up this week
from Dowitt, his present home, to be
present at tho funeral of Mrs Fulton
1 Died, nt Red Cloud, on Siturday.
January 20, Mrs. Dora Scarf, aged 2fi
years, 1) months and fl days. Dora Mc-
1 Laughlin was born in Smith county,
! Kansas1, April 14, I860. Sho wns mar
ried in Septomber 1898 to Geo. Scaif.
Died, at her homo in Riverton on
Janunry '211, 1000, Mrs. Amy Fulton,
wife of W. P. Fulton, aged 12 ycttrs
and 2 months. Amy Alzina Luco was
j born at Burnsido, Conn , Novembor 2a,
! 1803, and came to Nebraska with her
i parents in 1871. Sho wns married to
V P. Fulton, January, 4, 1882.
(From tho Advertiser.)
B rn, to Mr. nnd Mrs. W. MeDaniol
Friday, Jnn. 19, nn eight pound boy.
Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Carlos Jones,
Thursdny, January 18, n bouncing
Kltlln.. r..ivivonn ....I ,r,itn ... ! I I !
1 itllliuii j:iJf'iil nw ii i.ui rvuu will i;mu-
brate their tltttetti wedding annivers
ary next Saturday
Mr. nnd Mrs N E. MoBrldo of Ed
mond, nomo down Saturday evening
to soo Mrs, McBride's mother, who is
I criticnlly ill.
Mr. Ralph Kleckner and Miss Haz.-l
Ballard were uninil in marriage at tho
homo of the bride's parents in Jackson
" ' "" " sin.
v. .... i.i-1.. ail- Aii, i it. iniiiti ,
II live Ftiitle has tesigiied his pi 8 i
I us 111 limner of the Independeii'
1 eplmiie Co. and the place is now
til ) In A. V Sunburn, who was toi
iu- Misouii l'ueili. agent at Jewell.
Mi" A'la Hi Imaii and Mr. D. Eu
g in It-it, were unite 1 in marriage a'
o Honie of the bible's parents, Mr.
'iml Mr W. A Heliniili, southwest ot
own, Sunday, Jaiiuiity 21, at hiuh
noon, Uev, Tiemniu of Lcb.tnou olllci
(From the Advoivito.)
Mrs Fin k of Lineol is in tho cll
vUiiing with ner ilaiighter, Mrs It. V.
Mi l'M! Hililrelh was at Alma
and l!"il Cloud last wei k to attend
K'lxtem S in ineeiins.
(Mte Htiiioou, wli is working for the
13 & M at Oheiliu, Km , is homo this
wi ek to viit his mother.
1'oMi iiul or Hither expects to be able
m 8"i'vi the pations from tho new post
IhVo next Monday morning.
J M. Barber last week shipped 200 of
the finest fat hogs that wero oyer mar
keied at the Kansas City stock yards
Win. C upper of ltivert n was taken
to Uiuaha this week by his wife and
I)r Myers to scent o medical trentment
Mrs C. S Hirris left Wednesday
night 1 ir Holdrege, whero sho will visit
'riends, then continue on tho wny to
her home in Mississippi
The annual installation of tho officers
of Antietam post took place in the
court house last Tuesday. ?. H Doug
lass being the instilling officer.
(From the Times.)
Casie Kinney was bight seeing in
lied Cloud last wei k.
Frank Lull left Monday evening for
Itexford, where he has a positii n as
ttpo on the Kexford Ncwh.
Dave Bell mid John Btiiner went to
Colorado Sunday evening, and after a
fow days sight seeing will return with
a bunch of cattle.
L. A Davis of Silem was in Lebanon
Tuesday with hogs. He recently pur
chased the Harvo Unworn eighty ncro
farm north of Salem for $2f00
Mr. nnd Mrs. K Adams, Miss Dot
McNieco and Messrs. A. h. Krotschmer
and Uasche MeNieco attended tho Me
Catilly-Chnk wedding Thursday.
A number of the friends of Miss Liz
zie Whilinger gathered nt her home
nbout noon Thursday with well filled
baskets and surprised her, itboing her
Dave Housel, whilo fixing tho spout
ing on tho nppi'ii house last Friday,
fell off the ladder and wns considei ably
bruised nnd has been confined to his
room ever since.
Special homoseckors' rates: greatly
roducod round trip ratos to tho North
Plntto Valley and tho Big Horn Basin.
January 10th February (5th and 20th.
Loss than ono faro for the round trip.
Low ono way snd round trip rates to j
points in tho south nnd southwest
January Kith, Febtunry Oth nnd 20th.
Colonist rates Syecially low one'
wny colonist ratos to points in Colo
rado, Wyoming. Utah, Montana, Idaho ,
Oregon, Washington and California,
Pobrunry 1 fit h to April 7th, inclusive
Ilomehookors' excursion rates to
points in Montana, Idaho. Oregon,
Washington nnd British Columbia,
Fobruary Oth and 20th nnd March Oth
Send for freo folders, descriptivo of
irrigated lands in tho North Plntto
vnlloy, the Big Horn Basin, tho Bill
ings district and custom Colorado.
Specify which j on want.
To tho sunny south: --wintor tourist
ratos daily until April 80. Return
limit Juno 1, 1000
Write mo just what trip you havo in
mind nnd lot mo adviso you tho leant
cost nnd tho best wny to make it.
J. F. EuwAitD.s, agent.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itching, blind, blooding, protruding
piles. Druggists nro authorized to
rotund money if Pasco Ointment fails
to euro in 0 to Id days. HO conts.
INKI.AMMATOItY ItHBUMATISM CUItHI) IN
Morton L. II III. of I.elmiioa. Ind.. hhjs; "M
wife hnd Inilummntorv JthotimutlHm In over;
inn-clo mid Joint; hor niirerlnt; whh terrible
nud her b dy hihI faco wcro hwoIIcii almost bo
70ml rcroKi'lilon; hud Ik on In bod nix weukii
hihI IihiI ilKht pliylclniiH, but received no
benoflt until tthu tried tho MyHtlc euro for
lUiewmatlHtn. It kuvo Imniedlnte relief and
hIio yixh ablo to wulk about In tlircn days. I am
mire It mrr-d her life." Sold br II. ii, Orico,
DriiKKit. Ited Oloud.
alli-Uu AN Aunt
Is the amount mnnr
farniLTH will realize
from their wliont crop
25 Bushels to tha Acre
will bo tho
Average Yield of Whist
The land thnt thin wns urojvn on
cost ninny o the fanners i.lmo
luicly noililuu, while those
whowfcti tomtit to the 100 ncrcs
tho (Sovcriiincnt Krnntt.citn buy
limit adjoining at from f(lto$10
Climate splendid, nchnoU nnd
churches convenient, railway
close nt luinit, tuxes low.
Send for immtihlct "Will Century
Cnnnitn" nnil full partlenlarn re
iriirdlnir rnto. etc . to Superintend
ent nflniinlf;rntlon. Ottawa. Can.:
or to the (oltowlnir nuthntltid,
Unnadlan Ciovernment Aent:
W. V. Ucnnctt, 801 N.Y. Lifo Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Jlentlon ttiln pnir
Rod Cloud, Nob.
31. LOUIS ami
all points cast and
SAlJ LAKK VI
and all point
TruiNB i.havk aii roM.own:
No, 13. J'AKHoiiKor dally for Oberlln
mid St. Kriiiicls lirnnclii'd. Ox
ford, MrCook. Denver nnil nil
polnlH went . 7 O.'ia.m.
So, 14. I'liKMUiiKur ilnlly for St. Joe,
Khiihun City, Alt'.hlKou. St.
I.onln. Lincoln via Wymorc
nnd nil puliitH cunt and mintli 2'(n a.n
So 15, I'nsHencer, ilnlly. Denver, nil
piiliitH In Colorado, Utah and
Oiillfuraln T.r.fi p.m.
So. 10. 1'nnHuiiKor. daily for Ht. .Inc,
KmihiiH Cltv. AtcliUnti, St.
Loiilnnud all polntK uHRinnd
Roiith . ... tliitOa.m.
in. 17-1. At'cniiinindntlon. Jlondny,
WiMliii"iliiy and Krldny.llHNt
Iiikn, rirainl Ixlnnd, lllaric
Illllh mid nil polntN In tho
iiorthwL'ht ... r.l'ipm.
SlcopliiR. dluliiK. nnd rccllnlnr. t'lmlr rnrn.
Keals freo) on through tniltiN. Tlt'ltoiHunld and
ihkkhki rlienked to any point In tho United
4tiitt'h or Canada.
Korlnfonniillon. tlmu tablcH, inapii or tlckeu
tall on or nddroNH A. ('onover, AroiU, Hed
Oloud, Nuhr. or I.. W. Wnkcloy, (t'lJiural Tan.
ieni;ei A if cut Omaha. NohtaHKH
H. B. ASHER,
Of tho Knnsns City Veter
inary College OHIce nt K.
Johnston's, the lirick Barn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
RED CLOUD, - - NEB.
At Blno Hill first Tuesday in enoh
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Has? Modlolne for Basy People.
Brings Qolden Health and Reuowud Vigor.
A. Hpcclllo for CoiiBtlnatlon, IndlnoUloti, I.lvo
nd kidney Troubles. I'lmnlpn. Kc7Cim. lmrmro
Blood, Hid ISrcnth. RinircrlRli Dowels, llmducho
anil Ii.iH:achn. It'allnol:y Mountain Ten In tnr
let form, !l.'i opmh a 1ot. ninnlnn inaiJo by
3oi.t..STun Dnw Oompanv, Jliulhin.Wli.
iOLOEM NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
W$tt$$ HA,R BALSAM
t- rrniumn n j.uurmns Kri'nin
UJ Muvor Poili to Jtrnturo Ory
,ff llnlr to itn Youthful Color.
lure scalp iiiinnra ."; tiuir imitiig.
giic.miiu iji. ni iiriiggiiri
Anrono onitlni n nkotrli nnd doicrlptlnn my
quickly iisrortnln our opinion freo wlielliur an
Invention is prolmlily imtcntniilo. Coniiiiiinirri
tlotiRKtrlctlyrntiilduntfiil. HANDBOOK onl'iitt'iita
eunt freo. olilont (igoncr forepuriiiK lutoius.
l'.iti'iitH taken throuuh JUimi A. Co. rccalvc
tpteinl notice, without chnrgo, In tho
A Imndsomrly lllttitrntod wpokly. I.rBcat clr
culntlon if any nrlontltln Journal. 'J'criiio. tJ n
yimr; four tnontlu, $. bold byull nownili'nlori'.
WiUNN&Co.3G,Dfoad New York
Ilruucb onlco. aa V Ht.. WoshlOKton, I), C.
ngalnst Fire, Lightning, Cy
clones nnd Windstorms, sco
JNO. O. STANSEft,
agont for tho Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., tho best in
surance company inth slto.
Isaac B. Colvin
Farm Loans and Insurance.
nnd Guide Hook linos.
Box 23. GUIDE ROCK, NER 3
i iii i ih roi
M I1 1 1 n klKj
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