The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, February 22, 1907, Image 4
HCTMWIT TI1WTMT TMt B Mff BtWWBMMWMMBHWBt Does Not Color Hairx Aycr's Hair Vigor, as now made from our new improved formula, does not stain or color the hair even to the slightest degree. Gray hair, white hair, blonde hair is not made a shade darker. But it certainly does stop falling hair. No question about that. Does not chanfle the color of the halt. A Formula with each bottle Ehow it to your doctor yers Atle him about it. Ihinitn.ihiiiivi mill II III limn Indeed, we believe it will stop every case of falling hair unless there is some very unusual complication. 5omcuiinK icauy affecting the general health. Then you . should consult your physician. Also ask him about the new Ayers nair vigor. mdoby tho J. C. A7er Co., Lowell, Mc. Business College Notes Miss Ihnma I!argman is a new stu 4f nt this week. Frank Hutchison was a visitor at the school this week. The (ilee Club is doing good work in its practice eaeli Tuesday evening. The (Jregg shorthand class is writ ing 105 words a minute, new matter. Miss Lena Hermansou won fir.it in the rapid calculation examination last Friday. Miss Harlow and Close Kmigh are doing the letter writing for the col lege now. A meeting was held this week to organize a liase hall team. Otto Krf man wns elected captain. It is reported that the society known as the A. O. T. S. (). 15. is dead and was buried at .'I o'clock Wednesday. Prof. Dietrick will recite at the M. V. A. hall next Tuesday evening at the basket supper and entertainment of the C. K. society. The business lCnglish class was re organized this week, fourteen having completed the work. The new class is taking up the first book. Reports are coming of a number of new students who will be with us soon. Now is the best time of the year to enter, as the school will not be so large and each teacher can do more for each pupil. The physical culture class is doing nicely. Our class is a little too large for our room. We have 113 enrolled. Only the movements of the body are being practiced now. Indian clubs and dumb-bells will be taken up later. Prof. Dietrick gave an entertain ment in Cowles Friday night of last m j5- Now For Pare Fvoif In the UNITED STATE, Examine tho label Tho new food law reesuFros that statements as to tho contents of tho gsataScago smistt bo truom Knowing tlio contents', you can ho sub to puFGhaso only pure, osoam of tartar bsikSsetg JOWJl week. Thin was Mr. Dietrich's second visit to Cowles, and while there this time was solicited for a tlnru trip, i Rotemont Friday night and Lawrence Saturday night are the dates this week. The relief of Coughs and Colds through laxative influence originated with Jlee's Laxative Cough Syrup, con taining Honey and Tar, a cough syrup i containing noopiatesor poisons, which is extensively sold. .Secure a bottle at once, obtain a guarantee coupon, and if not fully satisfied with results, your money will be refunded. Sold by Henry Cook's drug store. PROtiRAM For C. H. Entertainment and Basket Supper Next Tuesday Evening. The Fnion Christian Fndeavor So ciety of the Christian and Congrega tional churches will give a basket supper and entertainment at Woodmen hall Tuesday evening. Feb. 20. The baskets will be sold at .") cents each. Kncli lady will bring a basket to ac commodate two. Kverybody invited to come and have a good time. Fol lowing is the pro mm: Selection Citizens' Hand. Opening address A by We Are Here," lov. A. A. Ores-man. Selection Ci Wens' Hand. Recitation Prof. Paul S. Dietrick. Vocal duet Miss.-.- Ruby and Taylor. Address-Charles 1. l'liares, presi dent of the society. Vocal solo Miss Myra Uriireth. Indian club drill Prof. Dietrick. Selling of baskets. Kverybody wants one. Selection Citizens's Hand. (!ood night. Mau.an Pile Remedy put up in con venient collapsible tubes with nozzle attachment so that the remedy may be applied at the very seat of the trou ble, thus relieving almost instantly bleeding, itching or protruding piles. Satisfaction guaranteed or money re funded. Sold by Henry Cook"h drug store. REMiEL MAKING GOOD. "Bill" Seems to Kk Coins After the Railroads. "Hill" Renkel is heard from more frequently than any other legislator from this part of the world. Although his bill to compel the railroads to attach a passenger coach toeaeli stock train was knocked in the head, he has bobbed up with another bill, of which the Lincoln Star says: 'Renkel's bill for the regulation of the speed of shipment of live stock was placed on general tile in spite of unfavorable report of the railroad committee, (ircig of Platte believed the bill of greater importance to the shippers of the state than uny other bill that has been introduced." &' lr MA CressLm BssMm WatHo fpom Orajpos IN PRORATE COURT. February Kith Kstate of Robert S. Denny, deceased. Account of adminis trator Hied. Order of hearing March 20th, 10 a. m. February llit.li Kstate of Harrison Kaley, deceased. Hearing and order on claims; no claims filed. February J()th Kstate of Jerome Vance, deceased. Hearing petition; appointment of administrator; bond approved and Hied: letters issued, ap praisers warrant to Chas. Guy and W. M. (Jny. Kstate of Andrew Arnold, deceased. Hond approved and filed: letters issued, civil. matti:i:s. Dueker vs. (larber; replevin: settled out of court. I. II. Holmes vs. Sarah J. Vaughn: summons and order of attachment. Certified to district court. J. P. Hale vs. Julius Nelson. For trial March a, 10 a. m. Send Your Cattle and Horse Hides to the Crosby Frisian Fur Company. Rochester, X. Y.. and have them eon verted into coats, robes, glares and mittens; better and cheaper goods than you can buy. Xever mind the dis tance. "Crosby pays the freight." See our new illustrated catalog, page IS. If interested send for it. MARRIAGES. Otto F. Zimmerman and Maud Mc Clure, both of Hlue Hill. Married by Rev. Hunhuer. Homer P. Howard of 'luide Rock and Mattle L. Taylor of Hamburg, la. Jasper V. Smith and Lcota P.. Throne, both of Red Cloud. Married by Rev. C. Fitz. William T. Henuett and Frances K. Clow, both of Riverton. Married by Judge Kdson. RIVERTON (From tho Itoviow.) Clarouco Murphy is laid up as tho result of a kick from u horse. School was closed two days this week that tho scholars might attend tho funeral of Miss Ollio Morrow a teacher, nud Earl Moore, a pupil. John W. Evans, late mail carrior on Route No. 1 from Riverton, is now in the employe of Byrne-Hammer & Co., Wholosiilo Dry Goods of Omaha. Tho mortal remains of Rev. Mr.". Samuel Williams arrived here Friday morning, Feb., 8th, from Lincoln, ac companied by tho husband, Rev. Sam uel Williams and friends. lice's Laxative Cough Syrup contain taming Honey and Tar is especially appropriate for children, no opiates or poisons of any character, conforms to the provisions of the National Pure Food and Drug Law, June 30, 1900. For Croup, Whooping Cough, etc. It expels Coughs and Colds by gently moving the bowels. Guaranteed. Sold by Henry Cook's drug store. ,... "-i.tl J A, iV task I 5 . u W! -? n -r w . mm it - m oah -w r 5& - V k 1 0VEHC0AT8 1 MAI (!? f-J,, MM -. MJ. (I w a mk&w IS MAX W ( E4Sk (0 ! PAUL STOREY, Clothier w. NoLonger an Impossibility Tho idea that has become general that first class building material could no longer bo had Is certainly knocked out, when you take a look at the complete line of clear Soft Pino Finish and Siding carried in stock by Saunders Brothers of Rod Cloud, Neb. What is also pleasing to the buyers of Lumber and building material is tho fact that their prices are reasonable and they guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. They also havo a nice lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. See their Shin gles. You can not help but adnnro them. Tho members of this enterprising ilrm, assisted by plenty of excellent help, are always glad and tako pleasure in showing to the public this nice stock. For Sale The east half of section 23 and the NW quarter of section 23, township 2, range 14, in Franklin Co , Nebraska, about 4 miles northeast of Franklin. Price $20 per acre, one fourth cash down, bal ance on long time in an nual payments with in terest at 6 per cent. Apply to George G. Clark, Council Bluffs,4, Iowa Just Received, a Car of FLOUR. -AT- PLUMB'S FLOUR and FEED STORE You can save money by taking 500 pounds of him. "I'ineules" (non-alcoholic)Jmade from resin from our pine forests, used for hundreds of years for IHadder and Kidney diseases. Medicine for thirty l days, SI. (luaranteed to give satisfac tion or money refunded. uct our guarantee coupon from Henry Cook's drug store. wo jl fjx W fix 4Tzrf m (0 (0 ' ..; Bargains-Only-Bargains Webster County: ICTi ncras. 8 room house, now tmrn ;il.x.V.'. Hitchcock County: r,,fiJ10i?rwe,iV? norus. n,frtlfl1 M more Kod f )'? ' i,,l,nlK water. Join of timber, all fenced nrid crons fenced ; 1') rods to hcliool. Kin1! Pn Mi,..rt0,.c. l,uonlcu ud creamery Matlon. 1'rlcu til per acre. Come in and see my lists of bar gains. !o to headquarters for a "square square deal. N. P. KLOWGARD, IIED CLOUD, NEH. Ofllce rf Co. Atty. L. II. Ulack-h-dge. Phone 18. Mercer's Barber Shop Basement of Potter Block. Massaging" a Specialty PARKER'S m HACR BALSAM Clranira nml btiiiitine the half, riuiuotti a laiuriint Riowtli. Ilovor Foils to lleetoro Qray Cuiwicttlp illtiMu a tc imlr fulling. "vim,iwm iituLiiv- It Hccps the Feet Warm and Dry. Ask today for Allen's Koot-Hase, a IKwder. It cures chilblains, swollen. sweating, sore, aching, damp feet. At mi i.. iV . """"kS windmill; CJucrcH ! ,iJJ.frtii2 l"1"1!"-'. " "fies each ; ,Ti m-res i ih ltii.,lilloi,j--1'0i' ,rcos lu urchnru (sold ?.;.M,Wvr!h.of n!ltJrl yc'nr: 9 "" from county H-nt. 1'rlce f.7 ner noru. JKS&fiHcC "r" '-t ' all drnggibts and shoe stores, S5c. A k .V V V d wr fftttts' r , Wf 34 iy . Vt '' T owi w.j'n. an -,ik"