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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1906)
Nearly every one likes a fine
hair dressing. Something to
make the hair more manage-
Jable; to keep It from being
too rough, or from splitting
at the ends. Something, too,
that will feed the hair at the
same time, a regular hair-food.
If will remain where it belongs
on the head, not on the comb!
Tho l)OBt kind ol a testimonial
"Sold lor over Blxty years.''
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Msdo by J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, tlw.3,
Alio munuiaaiurer or
Catholic Bazar n Success.
The 1i;i.ur. dinner and supper given
Inst Saturday by the Ludies' Altar
Hoeioty of the Catholic ehnruh in the
Uatnerull block was a decided success
Mid netted SS.'iO in money for the
ehurclt building fund. Not all of the
Articles donated for the bazar were
disposed of, the Holland House lire
hovlng caused a disarrangement of the
lans. The articles remaining over
will be sold at private sale or rallied
till". Tickets for the drawing of the
handsome leather rocking chair dona
ted by Miner Bros, will be on sale un
til December III. Fred Temple drew a
ton of coal, Charles Maliuke of Guide
Rock the rug, Joe Pavlick, jr., tho
cake basket, and Stacey Morhart the
coach whip. The ladies desire to ex
press their thanks to Dr. Damerell for
the use of the building, and to the
following donators to the bazar: Mrs.
C. 11. Miner, Miss Klla Cook, Mrs. W.
H. llense, Mrs. .Joseph Herburger.Mrs
Harry Htronp, Mrs. l'hares, Miss Nel
lie Sherman, Miss Emma Graves, Piatt
& Frees Co., J. O. Butler, V. II. Cor
riiran, Fred Plumb, Pone ltros., 0. L.
Cotting, M. A. Albright, James Mitch
ell, Frank Smith, Robinson & Iturdcn,
Koon ltros., Paul Storey, Cowden
Kaley Co., 11. 13. Mc Garland, Amack &
Chancy, J. O. Lindley, Newhouse
ltros., Joe F(gel, Albright ltros., John
Oriffoth, Vost & Havel, Alfred Hadell,
Morhart ltros., W. II. Tuber, Marlon
Neal, James Peterson, Saunders ltros.,
Turnure ltros., A. C. Hosmer, Miner
went before Judge Kdson and again
had Vaner arrested on the charge of
disposing of mortgaged property.
Deputy County Attorney Kcency, act
ing upon instructions from County At
torney Walters, moved the dismissal
of the case. Attorney Chaflin, acting
for Anderson, made u statement of
their side of the ease, and east some
reflections upon the manner in which
the county attorney's olllce was con
ducted. Itcruard MeNeny, attorney
for MeGlnnis, thought Challln was
hinting in his direction (he having
pointed his finger threateningly at Mr.
MeNeny), jumped to his feet and start
ed in Challlu's direction with the
threat to throw him out the window.
Judge Fdson calmed the belligerents,
and when Challln had finished his talk
MeNeny arose and intimated that
Challln and Anderson were both more
likely candidates for the asylum than
was the "bone of contention," i. e.
Mediums. Mr. Challln did not dispute
this very telling point, but warned
"Harney" that lie had better raise the
window before he attempted to throw
him out. This ended the very sharp
and brilliant legal duel, and after .Mr.
Keeney bad submitted in writing his
motion to dismiss, Judge Hdson (lis
charged the defendant.
NcGliinls Again Arrested.
Not siitislled with the judgment by
which Vaner McGinnis was discharged
from custody in Judge Heed's court
last week, on tho ground of insanity,
J ten Anderson, who was the loser by
Vaner'H crooked deal in horsellesh,
The students of the Ititsiness college
had u big time at the college room
lust night. The nll'air was advertised
as a social, but it took the shape more
of a reception and surprise party for
the instructors. The students had pre
pared a surprise for President Paul S.
Dietrich and his brother, Prof. A. J.
Dietrich, and their wives. When all
the guests had assembled; 13. J. Over
ing arose and on behalf of the students
presented each of the principals with
a handsome cut glass water set as a
testimonial of their esteem. They
made appropriate responses, and then
those present devoted themselves to
having a good time. President Diet
rick recited, games were played, songs
were sung by the students and re
freshments of popcorn and apples were
served. Sprigs of mistletoe were hung
around in various places throughout
the rooms, and when the young ladles
got a little careless and stepped under
the mistletoe there was always some
sharp-eyed young man to ready to take
advantage of their carelessness. Alto
gether it was the most enjoyable
social the college had yet given.
A Trio to Japan.
Miss Nellie 13. Wainwright, who has
for the past nineteen years been a
missionary in Japan, delightfully en
tertained a rather small audience at
the Congregational church, Wednesday
evening, with a lecture in which she
described tho Japanese people and
their customs, also giving an account
of the work which has been and is
being done by the missionaries in that
far away land. Among the reforms
accomplished through the missionaries
was. one in the matter of dress. When
Miss Wainwright first arrived in Japan
the laborers along the water front
wore "bare skin" clothes that is, bare
human skin; now they wear a blue
garment. She described her first trip
up the sacred mountain of Nikko, and
told of the many wonderful sights she
beheld. She also told of the poor
railway accommodations of the coun
try, and described a trip In which she
was jammed into a railway seat be
tween two men both smokers who,
when they became sleepy, used her
shoulders for pillows. IJy far the
most Interesting part of tho lecture,
however, was her detailed description
of the work among the Japanese,
grown people as well as children,
showing the rapid progress being made
by the Christian religion. Miss Wain
wright win attired in Japanese cos
tume. Slanders tin: Commissioners.
The Towlo Itridge Company is giving
Hie commissioners of tho various conn
lies in the western part of the state a
treat in the way of an excursion to
Kearney, where the company is making
an exhibit of its work in Iron and
steel bridges. The company pays tho
xpense of the commissioners to and
from Kearney and furnishes entertain
ment while there. This should be a
successful .mode of advertising. We
inderstand.that all the commissioners
of this county have taken advantage
of the invitation and are now at Kear
ney. Webster County Argus.
Tho foregoing item in lust week's
Argus is the most underhand slap at
the board of county commissioners we
have yet seen published by our con
tenipory. The eleventh annual con
vention of the Nebraska County Com
missioners' Association was held at
Kearney last week, and was attended
bv Commissioners J. G. Overman and
T. J. Chaplin of this county, who paid
their own expenses. The Argus, with
its habitual desire to say something
mean about the board, asserts that
all the commissioners were there and
that their expenses were paid by the
Towle Itridge Company and, by infer
ence, insinuates that the bridge com
pany will profit by the transaction.
The Argus' item is about as com
plete a misstatement of the case as
one could imagine.
04&1l& G P &t t& J0 tf0
If you need nn Overcoat and want to boo somo good values, just f
come in unci wo win uo giau
to show sotno of them. Can
sell you Men's Coots as fol
A black Korsoy ftM AA
Dress Coat for. . . .9 iUU
A black or groy
Korsoy Coat for.,
A black Dross Coat, a
Fur Coats in Dogskin -rf
and Russian Calf at..P;sU
Boar Cout. Beaver KOf
I'rimmoil, at $a4
Fur Lined Coats
Cirduroy, shoop o- r"k
Not Afraid to
December 15. Estate of James 11.
Mercer, deceased. Hearing and order
on claims. Contested claims to Janu
ary IS, 1907.
December 15. Estate of Carl Spil
ker, deceased. Hearing and order on
claims. Petition for allowance of
mortgages against realty as claims;
December 17. In re guardianship
minor heirs of Lester A. Koontz, de
ceased. Petition for appointment of
guardian. Order of bearing January
9, 1007, 1 p. m.
December 19. Estate of Lester A.
Koontz, deceased. Petition for ad
ministration. Order of hearing Janu
ary 9, 1907.
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Jhe only excuse for buying anything but
a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking
Powder is to save a few cents in price.
fl ROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phos
phate of Lime powders, but it is worth far more than the difference
ito keep your, biscuits, cakes and pastry free irom the injurious
effects of these cheapening substitutes.
Continued use of Alum means permanent injury to health.
Avoid Alum Ailments Say plainly
KUYAL BAJUJU jP
PAUL STOREY, Clothier $
No Longer an
Tho idea that 1ms become general that first class building material
could no longer bo had is certainly knocked out, whon you tako a
look at tho complete line of clear Soft Fine Finish and Siding
curried in stock by
of Red Cloud, Neb. What is also pleasing to the buyers of Lumber
aud buildiug material is the fact that their prices .are reasonable,
and they guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. They also have a nice
lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. See their Shin
gles. You can not help but admiro them.
The members of this enterprising firm, assisted by plenty of
excellent help, aro always glad aud tako pleasure in showing to tho
public this nice stock.
Wo are hero ngaiu with a well selected stock of Holiday Goods
and invite your inspection.
For the Ladies
Books, Fine China, Cut Glass, Toilet Sots, Manicures, Music
Rolls, Haud-Btigs, Curd Cases, Pictures, Fiue Stationery, Jewel
For the Men
Books, Smoking Sets, Cignr Coses, Pocketbooks, Stationoryi
Safety llnzors, Traveling SotR, Shaving Cases and Mirrors,
Collar aud Cuff Boxes, Fountain Pens, Cigars, etc.
For the Children
Picture Books, Fancy Goods, Perfumes, Bibles, Pictures, Toys,
Games, Doll Cabs, Rocking Horses, Balls, Drawing Books, etc.
Come and see.
Chas. L. Cotting, Druggist
Real Estate Transfers.
For the week ending Tuesday, De
cember 18, furnished by the Fort Ab
stract Co., L. II. Fort, Manager.
Alfred O ltlackwell to .lames M
Rawlings, sel 17-2-9, wd S 8000
Win II Skelton to .Julius Kott
witz, ptnwl 0-1-10, wd 4800
Charles Spence to Itertha Davis,
lots 10 and 11, blk 3, Spenco's
add to Bladen, wd 1200
Fred Lampman to Audrcw Hub
line, uw 1 10-1-9, wd 0500
C F Gund to Thomas I) Trow
bridge, lots l and a, niocic n,
Rohrer.s add to Blue Hill, qed 250
C F Gund to A Kopisch, lots 1, 7
and 8, blk 7, and lot 11, blk 0,
Blue IUU, qcd 1
C F Gund to Frank ODeluhoyde,
lot 3 and 4, blk 5, Ilohrer's
add to Blue Hill, qcd 1
Jean A Penman to State Rank'
of Red Cloud, lot 4, block 20,
Red Cloud, wd 3000
J Raymond W Koontz to C R and
F h Koontz, no 23-2-12, qcd.. 1
William F Arndt to Charles Ren
ger, lots 10 and 20 and pt 25
and 20, blk 14, R II, wd .... 23M
A R Harrington to William M
Fby, w2 sw4, se4 nw4 and lot
0 in 15-1-0, wd (110
ft nre Cld li 0m Day.
Take Laxatlvo Bromo quinine tab
lets. Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25 cente.
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