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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1906)
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t CORRESPONDENCE j
s Interesting Items Gathered
i by Ovir County Reporters
Mrs. Made Fulton 1ms boon on tho
sick list for a few days.
Whout nnd oats are mostly in tho
stack and promise a good yioltl.
Grandma Noble, who was vory ill af
file time of her husband's doatli, is
Clarence Ki.or will commence build
ing ii residence for Robert Mitchell
Crops aro looking well, although
there has not boon much rain as has
fallen in many other localities. '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coulson return
ed from lloloit Saturday, where they
had been visiting with a brother.
.7. M. Lockhart drove to Blue Hill
C. W. Cowloy drove to Red Cloud
Mrs. K. C. Chovalior is visiting in
Kansas this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Beirhouso aro visiting
relatives in Ciilbcrtson this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fois of Culbu'tson aro
visiting friends and relatives hero this
Herman Fois and family spent Sun
day at the home of his father, west of
Mr. and Mrs. Vet Widdorsheiui
spent Sunday ut the homo of Wnyno
Miss Estolla Carson is visiting her
grandfather, J. M. Lockhart, this
Mrs. Strycker and daughter Bossio
were passougars for Lawrouco Wed
nesday. Miss (iraco Reed returned homo
Wednesday, aftor a week's visit with
Mrs. Tuttlo was a passenger for
Hastiugs Wednesday, where she wont
to attend tho funeral of her brother.
Mrs. Mary Browor and children
drove to Blue Hill Tuesday and took
tho train for Hastings, whoro thoy will
visit a few days before returning to
their homo in Cullertson.
Corn is noodiug rain.
Joo Shaw shelled corn Monday.
S. T. Vaughn, wifo and sou wore cal
ling on neighbors Monday night.
John Howard shelled corn Tuesday.
Sam Doming doing tho shelling.
. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Art Collins,
July 25, a girl. All parties doing well.
Threshing is going on all sides.
Four Jo r live machines at work within a
ailics of a fow miles.
Tho commercial line on Glouwood
Telephone Co. is completed from
Guide Rock to Reeves central.
Boulah Doudtm of Guido Rock visit
ed a few days at tho homo of M. B.
Reeves rod attended church at Eckley
Will Finney, Will Crozior, Joe
Greonhalgh and J. R. Crozier attended
tho Republican convention at Red
Thero will be no service at Eckley
church next Sunday, on account of
tho pastor. Rev. Hutchins, attending
to Epworth Assembly at Lincolu.
My Hair is
Feed your hair; nourish it;
give it something to live on.
Then it will stop falling, and
will grow long and heavy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only
hair-food you can buy. For
60 years it has been doing
just what we claim it will do.
It will not disappoint you.
" My hair ued to br Terjr tliort. nut after
ttlliiK Ayer'i lUlr Vigor a aliort time It Iioean
to crow, find now It U rmirtern Inches long.
Thli leenm a splendid remit tomeaf ter ticlng
almost without any hair." MU8. J. 11.1'imt,
Colorado Sprlugi, Colo.
Made by J. o. Ayor Co., Lowell. Man.
Alto manufacturer or
- - -JL SARSAPARILLA.
1 W O CIIEHRV PECTORAL.
E"Myo)io oomo out tu.Suiidny hcIiul.I
Miss Jetinio Higgins of Stella, who
has been visiting in Guide Rook and
vicinity, and also in Stillwater, loft
for Glonville, whoro sho will visit rela
tives and friends boforo roturuing to
lier home in Richardson county.
Jas. Greonhalgh and family, Mrs.
Robert Greonhalgh and children and
, Clarence Hubbard and wifo spent Sat
urday afternoon and evening at II. W.
Hubbard's in Guldo Rock, it being
Mrs. Hubbard's birthday.
Mrs. James Itassingor is quite sick
I Threshing is the order of tho day;
Mrs. Olmstead of Tuavale was iti
i Highland tho past week. ,
j Riley Boyco has sold his barber
shop to Mr. Moon of North Branch.
I Art Liggot and Roy Sattloy aro
j shelling corn in Guide Rock this weok.
Louis Richardson and wifo left Sun
day for Guido Rock to visit Tod Shig-
I Norman Collins was called to Burr
I Oak Sunday to see his father, who is
I A number of our people wont to
I Garilold to hoar Prof. Frantz lecture,
I Miss Mary Butler leaves in a few
t days for Pawnee City for an extended
I visit with relatives.
i Vos Small received word Wednesday
of tho deatli of his brother Charles,
at Lovolaud, Colo. Ilo was a son of
1 our old friend and neighbor, Rual
j Small, and had lived in this neighbor
I hood since childhood. He was a sol
dier in tho Spanish-Amoricau war.
EIGHT MEN DftCAVXEl
YACHTS TURN TURTLE OFF THE
NEW JERSEY SHORE.
Sudden Squall Springs Up and Craft
Find a Rough Sea When Coming In
From a Fishing Expedition Two
Anglesea, N. J., July 30. Two
yachts coming In trout the llshing
banks capsized on Horelord inlet bur,
oft here, and eight persons lost their
lives. There were thirty-two persons
on one yacht, of whom seven were
lost, and twelve on the othor,all of
whom hut ono were saved. That not
more foil victims to the rough sea was
duo to the heroism of Captain Henry
S. I.udlam or the life saving station
and a crew of five men. So far as
known, all the dead came from Phila
delphia or vicinity.
Bodies recovered: Frederick Fish
er, Herbert Hammoll, Walter Snyder,
John Fogarty, J. Starkey, Jerry Don
ahue, unknown man.
Missing: Samuel Lotlnor, Wood
bury Anglesea Is one of the favorite fish
ing places along tho southern New
Jersey coast. Every excursion train
from Philadelphia and other nearby
points came down crowded with vis
itors, most or whom intended spend
ing the day in fishing. Tho weather
in tho morning was ideal, and all tho
fishing boats took out largo crowds to
the fishing banks. After noon, how
ever, a brisk breeze sprang up, and
the captains of the small craft hoisted
sail and started for home. Most of
the fleet got in without mishap, al
though some of them had consider
able dllllculty in clearing the Here
The two boats that got Into trottblo
wore the sloop yacht Nora, which had
on hoard Captain Herbert Shlvors, his
mate aud thirty passengers, and tho
sloop Alvln 15.. with a party of twelve.
The sand obstruction Is about a mile
from shore. Just as tho Nora was
about to go over it a heavy squall
struck her. As tho craft heeled over
sho was hit by a huge wave and tho
Nora turned completely over, throw-
lug the thirty-two occupants into tho
sea. As tho yacht turned over the
mast snapped off short. Thero was
an agonizing cry as the .yacht turned
turtle, which was quickly silenced
when nearly all the victims disap
peared beneath tho water. Tho heavy
fca, however, probably was responsi
ble for the saving of most of tho
survivors, as tho waves were so
rough that the upturned yacht was
tossed about, thus uncovering tl.o
struggling victims caught underneath.
As many as could reached tho keol.
In tho unequal fight against tho ele
ments tho struggling men disappeared
ono by ono until only twenty-five wero
left clinging to tho boat. After hang
lng to the yacht for nearly an hour, a
government llfo boat, commanded by
Captain Henry S. Ludlam of tho Here
ford Inlet llfo savinc station, novo In
i sight, and aftor some maneuvering
managed to get close to tho capsized
vessel. Ho was not a moment too
t soont for as. ho. cune within a boat's
le?u,Ui of the Not a four tin t, w t
enod from exhaustion, let go the'r
holds and began floating away. Cap
tain Ludlam threw his boat around
nnd the four half drowned men wero
drawn out of the water. Then, at the
risk of their own lives, tho rescuers
went after tho other men and pulled
them Into their boat. The rescue was
most perilous, as tho rough sea was
constantly pounding the llfo boat
against the keel of tho yacht. The
survivors were transferred to the
sloop yacht Violet and taken ashote.
Shortly after the survivors of tho
Nora wero brought ashore another
yacht, the Alvln n., was seen to cap
size about a mile abovo tho place
where tho Nora went over. There
wore several boats In tho vicinity at
the time, and all but one person was
MILWAUKEE REDUCES RATES.
Lower Tariff on Flo.ur and' Wheat
From River to Chicago.
Omaha, July 27. Another rate fight
is Imminent on grain from the Mis
souri river to Chicago, anu this will
bo brought about by the action of the
Milwaukee in making a rate of S cents
on wheat and Hour from Omaha and
Kansas City to Chicago. Tho rato
was lOl-j cents on wheat, but the
Rock Island has been giving a lower
rate from Kansas City on export flour,
nnd it Is supposed the Milwaukee has
put In this new rate to meet the ac
tlii of tho Hock Island in giving an
S-coi't rate on export Hour. The new
rate will run from July 30 to Aug. 29,
and tho other roads will be compelled
to meet it. They will fight the Rock
Island's cut on the theory that the
raw material cannot be hauled cheap
er than the finished product.
Railroad olllclals say thoy can't sco
how they can confine the cut In grain
rates to wheat, when corn Is entitled
to a lower rate than wheat. Although
this Is the wrong season for grain to
move through the gulf ports, If tho
fight is continued the gulf lines prob
ably will take a hand in the rate cut
ting, and Nebraska's excess crops will
have the advantage of cheaper rates
to tho seaboard.
The Hymn That Fitted.
On the evening of tho first Sunday
after their removal from their house
lu the suburbs, which was the only
home tho children had ever known,
to the top lloor of a seventh
story apartment house, the fam
ily gathered around the piano for tho
usual hour of song, each member In
turn, according to time honored custom,
requesting a hymn of his choice. When
ten-year-old Marjory's turn came sho
said, "I think the most appropriate
"I'm nearer my heavenly homo today
Than ever 1'vo been before.
"I "think of It every time I como up In
tho elevator." Now York Press.
Pine Art In Show Window.
It Is a common error for dealers to
put too many shoes In their window.
In fact, some windows would lentf tho
Impression that the stock was In the
window aud the samples on the shelves.
Said a shoe manufacturer who has
traveled extensively: "One of the most
Impressive windows 1 ever saw con
tained but one shoe In each window.
Each was a flue shoe, mounted on a
standard In tho center of tho window.
From this shoe red aud white ribbons
were draped In various directions,
much like a sunburst. A small, neat
sign told tho story. Everybody stop
ped to look." Shoo Retailer.
Fierce Storm at Long Pine.
Long Pine, Nob., July 31. Tho long
drought was broken by ono or tno
worst storms of the season. About
two inches of rain fell, with tho wind
from the west, blowing a perfect tor
nado, breaking trees six inches thick.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS H
THE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY, ROBINSON & COMPANY,
(LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
07F8CES AT OHIOAQO, KAN8A8 CITYf
OMAHA, SIOUX CITY. 8T. JOSEPH
Kansas City, July 31. Receipts of
cattle Monday wro !300. Boat fed
steers woro steady; others slow to un
evenly lower. Cows and hoifors woro
steady to 10 conts lower. Stockors
and feodors hold unchanged Receipt
today wero 0700. Best foil stoers wero
stoady; grassors slow and weak. Cows,
hoifors, stoekors and feeders ruled
stoady to strong.
Tho following table givosprio o
Extra prime cor n-fod steers. .$5 05-0 00
Good corn fod stoers 5 lfi-5 00
Ordinary corn fod steers.... 4 40-185
Choico corn fod hoifors 4 85-5 25
(iood corn fod hoifors 4 40-4 75
Medium corn fod hoifors. ... .1 G5 4 25
Choico corn fotl cows 4 85-5 25
Good 3 00 1 -5
Medium 4 25-4 50
Cannors 3 85-1 10
Choico stags .1 25-3 00
Choico fod bulls 2 25 -2 75
Bologuabulls 2 75-310
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(ftPAUL STOREY, Clothier M
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No Longer an
Tho idea that has bocomo general that first class building material
could no longer bo had is certainly knocked out, whon you take a
look at tho complete line of clear Soft Pine Finish and Siding
carried in stock by
of lied Cloud, Nob. What is also pleasing to tho buyers of Lumber
aud building material is tho fact that their prices are reasonable,
and they guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. Thoy also have a nico
lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. See their Shin
gles. Vou can not help but admire them.
Tho members of this enterprising iirm, assisted by plenty of
excellent help, are always glad and tako pleasure in showing to tho
public this nico stock.
and Undertaking . .
In FURNITURE. our line is complete at
Bargain Prices. ,
Our line of CARPETS comprises all of the
newest and latest designs.
In UNDERTAKIG GOODS we lead.
In LINOLEUM and OIL CLOTH we
have the Goods.
ED AMACK, Prop.
Remember, second door west
of G rice's Drug Store ....
Good to choico native
2 10-2 C5
1 75-2 20
3 85-4 15 ,
3 25-11 75 '
Good to choice heavy natlvo
Good to choice heavy brand
ed homed foodors.
Good to choico stock heifers
Good to choico stock calvos,
2 25-4 05
4 00-4 25
2 50-3 00
5 00-5 50
3 75-4 25
H 25-3 50
2 50-3 00
rtr tw tsv .ft o- jr J' w
hold their shape and give W
satisfaction. That is the W
, kind of Suits I am sell- 1!;
that are the
snappy, stylish kind, com- m
bined with wear-resisting
Keep You Cool
and look well. UNDER
WEAR and HOSIERY
that are cool and will not
to crown all this, and as
surance that you are well
dressed and have money
stoors g 75.4 25
1 Fair 3 25 -n no
Good to choice stock calvos,
hoifors 3 25-3 50
Fair 2 75-3 25
Receipts of hogs Monday woro 7000.
Market 5 to 10 cents lower. Receipts
Tuesday wero 18,500. Market 5 to 10
conts lower; bulk of sales $0.30 to
0.45; top $0.50; lowest of the month.
Receipts of sheep Monday woro 5000,
markot slow. Rocoipts Tuesday woro
1500, trado active and strong.
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