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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1906)
TWENTY YEARS AGO
f Itomo of News Found In Tho
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
Thin Wnnk r Tr V
15(1 Smith and C. Wiener both sport
Paul Pharos Iuih returned from his
visit in Illinois.
Hhorlff'Sloft' little seven-year-old
rlUM is qmijtfiHKK
A. J. TiilTwflBbiis sold one of his
farms to O. C.
Mrs. S. Dyer and children are in
Missouri visiting friends.
Mrs. .Sarah 1'arkes and Mrs. C.
Quick are visiting in the city.
O. C. Hell and family were visiting
friends in tho eity this week.
There was a pleasant Fourth of July
party at M. W. Dieherson's on Satur
day. Sehroeder A Meyers have opened up
their meat market in Mosher's old
Mrs. A. Imdley is visiting in the
eity witli her daughter, Mrs. Charles
Misses Nettie Tullls and Lorn Mc
Hride left for a visit in the east Mon
owning. The tent meetings are still in pro
gress and ereute quite an interest in
This week Tin: Cmi:r and family
departed for a few days' sojourn in
Mr. Hicks, who recently went to
Tyler county, Texas, is hack in Web
ster county again.
Ranee Torts, the genteel clerk of
tho Holland House, has returned from
Ids Wyoming trip.
Dr. C. 1'. Jordan, our new dentist,
left Wednesday evening for Lallarpc,
Illinois, where he will be united in
Joe Carr is at Sidney, Nekraska.
Ho has an interest in 1,280 acres of
land that they are laying for a out
Frank C'owden, Al (lalusha, C. J.
IMatt and A. Higby were in Fairbury
last Saturday, where they took part
in an interesting ball game.
Thirty-nine houses around Akron,
Colorado, blew down the other day.
Among them are Jim Potter's, Miss
Mamie Hacker's and others of lied
Mr. Caldwell, probably the oldest
man living in Webster county, died at
the residence of Tlios. I'rather, near
Cowles Monday. Mr. Caldwell was
born at Wheeling, Virginia, 17SH5, and
was HO years of age.
Mr. Smith, living on Sheriff Scott's
farm, while loading milch cows the
other day, slipped and fell astride one
of the wheels, injuring him fatally, so
much so, that he died Monday and
was buried Wednesday.
The following Webster county peo
ple were at Crete this week: J. L.
Ivaley and wife. Mrs. .1. C. Warner,
Mrs. Jos. W. Warren and daughter
Jessie, Miss Carrie Cochrane, Hubert
Cochrane, Miss Loniui Jones, Rev. J.
(J. Alkman, Will Aikman, (. W. K'aley
I'eter Hill, living near Cowles, hud
a very narrow escape on Wednesday
, morning, lie was helping W. II.
1 Thomas of Kim Creek cut wheat and
! in going to the tield the harvester
dropped into the ditch, which fright
ened the team and they ran away,
throwing him onto the sickle tearing
his clothes badly, but fortunately es
caped without injury.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS Al
T7ME WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY, ROBINSON A COMPANY,
fclVG OTOOK COMMISSION
IU1KUMATISM CURKD IN A DAT.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and Neuralgia
radically curca In 1 to 3 days. In action vpoa
the ay item la remarkable aad myiterioui. It
remoT atonca tbecauae and the aMaeaa m
mediately disappears. Th flrit dtee greatly
beaeflta 76 cents and II 0 tfcld by H IT
flnee Druvglit. Ited Cloud
C?FJCE3 AT OHIOAQO, KAN8A8 OITY,
OMAHA, SIOUX CITY. BT. JOSEPH
Kansas City, July 3 For tho week
ending Saturday killing steers gained
15 to .'50 cents; cows and hoifers of host
kinds lf to 25 cents, cauncrs unchang
ed. Stockers and feeders advanced 10
to 15 cents, making thorn 25 to -10 cent
above low points two weeks ago.
Voals broke fully 50 conts. Receipts
Monday wore- 12,500. Tho niarkot was
strong to 10 conts higlior on choice of
forings; others weak to 10 conts lower.
Receipts today woro 9,000; market
Tho following tnblo givo prices
Extra priuio corn-fodstoors. .85 50-5 90
Good corn fed steors 4 10-5 M5
Ordinary corn fed steers.... 4 40-185
Choico corn fed heifors 4 85-5 'J.)
Good corn fed hoifers 4 10-1 75
Medium corn fed hoifors.... fl (50 4 25
Choico corn fed cows 4 25-4 50
Medium fl 25-JI 00
Cannors . . . . 2 25 2 75
Choice sttiKS 4 00-1 50
Choico fed bulls .'1 85 -4 15
Bologna bulls 2 50-3 00
Veal calves 5 OO-o 25
Good to choico native or
western stockers H 75-4 25
Fair .125-3 50
Common 2 50-tf 00
Good to choico heavy uativo
feeders 4 25-4 G5
Fair 4 00-4 25
Good to choico heavy brand
ed horned feeders 3 25-4 00
Fair 3 00-8 50
Common 2 50-2 75
Good to choico stock hoifors 2 75-3 00
Good to choice stock calves,
steors 3 75-1 25
Good to choico stock calves, ,
hoifors 3 25-3 50
MkiV skF liBlfek
MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR DERIVED SOLELY FROM GRAPES,
IN WHICH DELICIOUS FRUIT IT IS FORMED BY NATURE IN
THE PRECISE COMPOSITION IN WHICH IT IS USED
IN DR. PRICE'S BAKING POWDER.
Its superiority is unquestioned
Its fame world-wide
Its use a protection and a guarantee
against alum food
TURN THE CAN AROUND
and you will learn what is the " power behind the dough' In
the high-class powders it is cream of tartar, extracted from
clean, delicious grapes, and that is healthful In the low-grade
powders it is "phosphate alum' or "sodium aluminum sul
phate' which is also alum, a mineral acid, and that makes
the food unhealthfuL
Of what use are twenty-five ounces for twenty-five cents,
if eight of these ounces are alum ?
Food baked with alum baking powders is fotsad to
contain a portion of the alum unchanged I
The continued use of alum made food impairs digestion,
causing dyspepsia. When buying baking powder, examine
the label ana take only a brand whose label shows it to be u
OUR MOTTO: "Satisfaction or
your money back"
combined with plain figure
prices steadily a'dhered to,
has brought us a constantly
growing business. Quality
first, price next. Nothing but
standard made, reputable
goods at lowest profit prices.
A ways willing to show our goods
and compare prices with either local
or Chicago houses.
B. S, M. Watch Inspectors
Jewelers and Opticians.
Hog prices gained 25 cents for the
week ending last Saturday. Receipts
Monday woro 7,500, market steady; re
ceipts Tuesday 14,000 niarkot opened
strong to 5 conts hsghor, closing weak;
bulk of sales $0.00 to 0.G7JS; top $0.70.
Best sheep aud lambs hold about
steady for tho week ending last Satur
day, others declining 15 to 25 cents.
Receipts Monday were 9,500; market
unevenly lower; receipts today were
0,000, market steady.
A WONDER OF JAPAN.
The Fniuou Ciintlc of tlir Gold Dal- i
llllllN lit NiNlllllII. '
Is the novel castle at Nlslima, Japan,
the palace which Marco rolo described
In his tale of tho marvels of far Cathay
as covered with gold slabs? At the
ends of tho ridge of tho pyramidal
structure are large solid gold dolphins.
Beneath the pile Is a well which Is lit
erally a salted gold mine. It Is gold
lined and will hold sutllclent water to
supply 5,000 persons. The dolphins,
which were placed on tho top several
centuries ago, haye excited tho curiosi
ty of foreign relic hunters, as any one
might Imagine they would. So many
have climbed to the top of tho high
structure to discover by testing If they
arc real gold that the dolphius have
become seriously disfigured. Strong
steel wire bags have been put over
them to prevent further vandalism.
Only by good fortune does one of
these dolphins still grace the old cas
tle. A number of years ago it was tak
en down and sent to Vienna for exhi
bition at the world's fair held thero as
a rare specimen of ancient Japanese
art The vessel on which It was being
returned sank, and It lay at the bottom
of the sea for several years In spite of
every attempt to raise It. Persistence
was rewarded at last, for It was finally
recovered and placed again In Its old
The castle Is used by the emperor of
Japan as his headquarters during the
army aud navy reviews. State balls
are also held there. Chicago Inter
London's Limt Pnbllc IlanscinK.
The grewsome spectacle of a public
execution In England Is happily a thing
of tho past. Tho scaffold used to be
erected In the roadway outside the
prison, and crowds would assemble to
witness the sight, the last time a man
was hanged In public being when Mi
chael Barrett suffered tho extreme pen
alty In May, 1808, In Old Bailey, out
side Newgate prison, for exploding a
cask of gunpowder under tho walls of
Clerkonwell prison to release the Fe
nian prisoners Burke and Casey, a mad
act that killed several and Injured still
more. London Graphic.
Has just received a
complete line of
Flour ) Feed
Miss Jessie Wert
Piano, Organ and Voice
Studio at Mrs. Josie Moran
villo's, two blocks east of
school house. Phohe 204.
DR. W. S. SMITH
Hope for Change In Orders.
Valentine, Nob., July 2. Much In
terest Is taken among the officers and
others at. Fort Niobrara over tho
newspaper reports that Governor
Lanham of Texas has submitted a pe
tition to the president asking that tho
Twenty-fifth Infantry bo not ordered
to Texas. Members of tho regiment
who havo been stationed with tho col
ored troops In Texas realize tho feel
ing that exists against them in that,
state. Every officer and soldier at
this post will ho moro than pleased If
tho petition Is favorably received by
800 policies represent
ing over $2,000,000 in
surance in Webster
county. Now is the
time to get in the
O. C. TEEL,
Insurance and Notary.
Telephones: Country, No. CO;
Boll, No. 03.
To Cure Cold a In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo quiuino tab
lots. Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. E. V. Grove's signature
is on each box. 2.1 cents.
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