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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1906)
1 I have Six CrSr: Companies
I 800 policies representing over $2,000,000 Insurance in Web-
ster County. Now is the time to get in the Band Wagon!
Bell No. 98.
Country No. 36.
Insurance and Notary,
by Our County
Perry Anderson is working for Sam
Plowing for millet and, enne is now
Mrs. Ltibon Aubushon is on tho sick
list this week.
Goorgo Topham cut tho first orop of
alfalfa this wook.
Mrs. Will Kuohn visited at Wm.
Van Dyke's Tuesday.
Mrs. II. J. Groon of Soldon, Kansas,
wasaguostat Wm. Van Dyko'slast
Obarloy Desso is having a coment
cavo built on his ranch on West Penny
Fred McCall died Monday at 0:30, at
tho homo of his mother, Mrs. Oliver
Tho stroug wind Tuesday moved tho
barn on tho Butlor ranch from its
Rev. J. J. Campbell preached at
District No. 8 last Sunday to a large
and attontivo audience.
Sam Shuck, W. J. Haskins and Ed
Mountford shipped their fat cattlo to
Kansas City this week.
Sunday school has been reorganized
at District No. 8. Ofllcors: W. G.
Shannon, superintendent; Mrs. Aubu
shon, assistant; Mrs. Jennie Dollins
secretary; Mrs. Shannon, treasurer.
Stacking alfalfa is tho order of the
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Saladen and Mr.
Molntyro of Lino spent Suudny in
Tho band boys mado their first pub
lic appoarauco at tho U. B. church
Arthur Ilassingor is "tho man with
tho hoo" on tho farm of Orval Fergu
son at present.
Misses Katlo and Lottio Waggoner
wont to Burr Oak Saturday for a visit
with thoir brother.
Commencement exercises were hold
at tho North Branch Academy May 25
The academy Is doing a great
The new M. E. church at this place
is noaring completion and when fin
ished will bo ono of tho finest country
churches west of the Missouri river.
Mary and Robert Mohlor, who have
beon attending MoPherson college the
past year, passed through Highland
Saturday on route for thoir homo in
. ' ,
Rainoy Boyco and family had a very
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narrow escapo from death on Tuesday
evening from eating broad made with
baking powder containing poisonous
drugs. Dr. Hershnor of North Branch
was called and with much difficulty
succeeded in getting them all out of
Sunday as Roy Sattloy and his best
girl were out buggy riding tho team
became fractious, tho young lady com
plained of feeling faint, and as Roy
had to drivo with one baud tho team
started to run, tho buggy polo snapped
and out went tho occupants. Tho last
, soon of thorn they woro trudging to
! ward home, Roy leading tho team.
Decoration day was duly observed
at the U. B. church under tho manago
ment of commander James Ilassingor.
Rov. Leo dolivored a very able dis
course. The baud boys carried out
their part of tho program with nil
honor, and tho services as a wholo
woro very impressive Comrado Has
singer is an old Andorsonvillo prisoner
and his direction never fails to leave
tho spirit of patriotism on tho minds
of all those presbnt.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS M
CME WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY, ROBINSON & COMPANY,
fcJVC STOCK COMMISSION
C?F!CE3 AT OHIOAOO, KAN8A8 CITY,
OMAHA, SIOUX CITY. BT. JOSEPH
Kansas City, May 28. For tho week
ending last Saturday trado in boef
steors was uneven and closed with
prices for plain grades 10 to 25 conts
lowor, choico offerings steady to 10
ceuts lowor. Best cows and heifers
held unchanged, others breaking 10 to
25 ceuts. Stookors und feeders closed
steady to 10 cents lower after a dull
trado. In tho quarantine division
bost offorings hold steady; others de
clining 10 to 20. Monday's market
ranged from steady to 10 cents higher
for all classes: Tuesday cenorallv
Tho following table givo3 prices
Extra prime corn-fodsteors. .S5 50-5 75
Good corn fed steors 4 00-5 !I5
I Ordinary corn fed stoers. . . . 4 40-1 80
i Choico corn fed heifers 4 75-5 15
Good corn fed hoifors 4 50-1 75
Medium corn fod hoifors. ... 3 75 4 25
" !l f corn fod cows J ? &
Cannors 2 25-2 75
Choico stags 4 00-4 75
Choico fed bulls 3 75-4 00
Bologna bulls 2 50-3 00
Veal calves 5 00-0 25
Good to choice native or
western stockors 4 25-4 50
Common 325-0 50
' Good to choice heavy native
feeders 4 25-4 75
' Pair 375-425
Good to choice heavy brand-
. ed homed feeders 3 75-4 00
Only one heap
is needed for one
quart of flour.1
Common, 2 75-3 25
Good to choice stock heifers 3 00-3 25
Good to choico stock calves,
stoers 4 00-4 50
Good to choico stock calves,
hoifors ; 325-3 75
Hog values hold steady for tho wook
ending last Saturday. On Monday 5
cents lowor rates provailod; Tuesday
was strong to 5 cents higher, closing
For the week ending Saturday sheep
and lamb prices declined 10 to 25
cents, lambs suffering most. Mon
day's market was stoany with a weaker
tendency, Tuesday weak to 10 cents
Low rate tour to California and
Pugot Sound To Pugot Sound and
Portland, direct or via Colifornia very
low rate excursion tickets on salo June
18 to 22, inclusive.
To California, Portland and Pugot
Sound Daily low excursion rates
commencing June 1 applying via vari
able routes embracing all western
scenery and attractions.
To California and rotura Still lower
rates Juno 25 to July 7 inclusive; only
$12.50 additional to include the Shasta
routo and Puget Sound.
To Colorado and return dally after
Juno 1. About half rates. Still lower
rates for the Elk'g great meeting at
Denver. Tickets sold July 10 to July
To Eastern Resorts Daily low sum
mer tourist rates commencing June 1
to Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul. Wiscon
sin and Michigan resorts, also to Ni
ngrra Falls, White mountains and
Special Homeseekors rates 1st and
3rd Tuesdays, low excursion rates to
tho North Platto Valloy, the Big Horn
Basin and other frontier territory.
Personally conducted excursion on 1st
and 3d Tuesdays of each month for
those seeking free homesteads of G40
acres for mixed farming and dairyiug.
Write D. Clem Doavor, Agent Home
seekors Information Bureau, 1001, Far
niiin St., Omaha, Nob.
Describe your trip to mo and lot mo
advise you how to make it at tho least
J. F. Edwards, Agent.
Aliens la Old London.
Here Is a curious report of the aliens
In London In the year 1507: "There
being a great Increase of foreigners in
the city, her majesty ordered tho lord
mayor to tako tho name, quality and
profession of all strangers residing
within the city of London." Tho list
was headed by the Item, "Scots, 40."
Other nations were represented by
"French, 428; Spaniards and Portu
guese, 45; Italians, 140; Dutch, 2,090;
Burgundlans, 44; Danes, 2; Llegcols, 1'
Shark' Tall For Luck,
Attached to the extreme end of the
bowsprit of a sailing vessel there may
sometimes be seen a piece of some ma
terial that looks remarkably like leath
er. Tills seeming piece of leather Is
really a shark's tall. It is placed thero
because the sailors think that it augurs
good luck, believing that pleasant voy
ages will bo their lot while It remains
there. Instead of tho bowsprit the tall
Is at times nailed to tho top of one of
the masts. London King.
Farmer Where have you been all
tills time? And whore's tho old cheet
nu t niaro? Didn't you have her shod,
as I told you? Jorge Shod! Law, no,
master! I bin a-buryln' she. Didn't I
think thee said "shot?" London Globe.
A Good Character.
A good character Is tho best tomb
stone. Those who loved you and
woro helped by you will remember
you when forgetmenots are withered.
Carve your imino on hearts and not
By Imagination a man In a dungeon
Is capable of entertaining himself with
scenes and landscapes more beautiful
than any that can be found In the
tvholo compass of nature. Addison.
OUR MOTTO: "Satisfaction or
yotcr money back"
combined with plain figure
prices steadily adhered to,
has brought us a constantly
growing business. Quality
first, price next. Nothing but
standard made, reputable
goods at lowest profit prices.
Always willing to
and compare prices
or Chicago hozises.
Jewelers and Opticians.
Notice ? Application for Saloon j
'Notice In hereby given that Hcnjiunlti Urunkc
has tiled in the olllce of the County Clerk of I
Webster county, Nebrntikfi. this 20th ilny ofMny,
A. D. 1800. his petition tinned by the required1
number of resident freeholders of Onk Creek
precinct, Webster county, Nebnuikn, prnyltiB
for'ii suloou license to be granted by tho Hoard
of CoinmlsMoncrH of Raid rounty.niithorl7.lng
the Bale of malt, i-plrtouH and vIhuuh liquors on
lot eleven (11), block twelve (11), In tho town of
Iloseniout. Webster county, Nebraska, for n
period of ono year from and after July 1, A. I).
1000. Hearing of said application will bo held
at the meeting of tho board of county comnils
(doners to be held on Tuesday, .lune 10, lfluii, or
at the first meeting thereafter,
juul-lft I.kk Dr. Touit, County Clerk.
Bealed proposals will bo received at the office
of tho City Clerk in the City of Red Cloud,
Webster County, Nebraska, until noon on the
'.'2nd day of June, 1000, for furnishing any or nil
of tho following parts, building, boiler, engine,
feed water healer, boiler feed pump, generator,
switch board, 25 scries alternating aro lamp
equipment, lino construction material, all in
accordance with plans and specifications on
tile In the office of the City Clerk, bidders may
obtain copies of the complete plana and specifi
cations by sending 81.00 to the City Clerk.
Bach bid shall be accompanied by a certified
check in the sum named In the general specifi
cations, mado payable to J. O. Butler, City'
Tho right to rtject any or all bids is reserved.
h.n.FOUT, City Clerk.
J. MAHTZ, Engineer.
Dated Juno 1st, 1000. Junl5
G stands for
for all that is
best in hats.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itahing, blind, blooding, protruding
piles. Druggists are authorized to
refund money if Pazo Ointment fails
to cure in G to 1-1 days. 50 conts.
To Cure Cold a In One Day.
Tako Laxative Bromo qulnino tab
lots. Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signaturo
is on each box. 25 cents.
show our goods
with either local
B. & M. Watch Inspectors
A Great Fire
You will have if
you try some of
The popular 'Lumber and
Coal men of Red Cloud.
Telephone CO will get it.
DR. W. S. SMITH
Red Cloud, - Neb.
Has just received a
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