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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1907)
In your comb? Why so? Is
not the head a much better place
for it? Better keep what Is left
where It belongs! Ayer'sHair
Vigor, new improved formula,
ouicklv stons fallinc hair.
There is not a particle of doubt
about it. We speak very posi
tively about this, for we know.
Docs not clmnuc the color of the hair.
formula with each bottle
Show It to your
Auk him nbout It,
then do an ho says
Indeed, the one Rrcnt lending feature of
our new Hair Vigor may well be said to
be this it stops falling iiair. Then it
goes one step further it aids nature in
restoring the hair and scalp to a healthy
condition. Ask for "the new kind."
Mudo by tho J. C. Ayor Co., Lowoll, Mam.
TWENTY YEAKS AGO
Items of Nows Fount! in Tho
Chief of Twenty Yotxrs Ajo
This Week V V
John tlnlbrcth lost another line colt.
J. N. Uiokards has been elected city
County Clerk llalloy was in Denver
Marshall Warner has been fixing tip
Sht'rifl' Scott has been on the sick
list this week. He has lieen wrestling
with the. "shakes."
C. V. Kaley is putting u stone walk
jtrouud his reshlenee.
Hon. James Laird was here, this
week and made an address to the
soldiers at Masonic hall.
Cotting, the druggist, has his soda
fountain in running order.
Dwight Jones has built a neat fence
it round his residence property.
V. M. Iteach's father recently ar
rived from Pennsylvania and will
probably make his home hero.
Dr. I. II. Heck and wife were in the
city this week, en route for Itiverton,
where they will make their home.
The city council turned down all
the applications for saloon licenses,
although the board was supposed to
be in favor of open saloons. This was
the beginning of u year of turmoil
such as was never seen before nor
since in Hod Cloud.
Five school teachers of this city
answered Hradbrook's advertisement
. for u "nice looking girl to attend the
gallery," and were rejected on the
I ground of not being able to fill the
bill as to "good looks." (Such a
thing could not happen nowadays.)
1'nder the heading "Motaphorieils,"
HoMiicr indulged in some rather rank
i puns on the names of a number of
well known citizens- We reprint a
i few which contain names still more
or less laminar to me present, genera
tion: "What did J. W. I 'egg? Why
did Oliver Hall? What did Henry
Cook? When did M. H. I'rees? Why
did T. C. Hacker? Who keeps Stewart
All-bright? About what did John
Storey? What addition did Charley
New Filing Cases for District Clerk's
Three new steel tiling eases have
been received for (he olllee of the
clerk of the district court. Kiieh ease
contains thirty-six steel llrepro f com
partments. Court Clerk Hutchinson
is now busily engaged in transferring
the Hies of court cases from the moldy
old vault to the new cases and getting
them in shape so he can lay his hands
upon the documents in any case at a
moment's notice. In straightening up
the papers which he has thus far trans
ferred he has come across many doc
uments that have long been regarded
as lost, and expects to line many more
before he gets through with the job.
While not quite as good as a new
court house, these new cases will be a
I great protection to tho papers in the
district clerk's olllee. The cost of
these new cases was 8102.
It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry.
Ask today for Allen's Foot-Base, a
I powder. It cures chilblains, swollen,
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MWUilblllK, ?"IW, HUIlIllfji 11,1111(1 ItCl
all druggists and shoe stores, 25c,
THE GREN SUN.
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arc made with
light, crisp, wholesome
The best food to start the day with
Food raised with Price's Baking Powder is unfermented,
never sours in the stomnch, and may be eaten in its
most delicious state, fresh and hot, by persons of all temper
aments and occupations, without fear of unpleasant results.
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It Was Noticed and Commented Upon
by the Ancient Egyptians.
The appearance of a green light at
sunset was noticed and commented
upon by tho ancient Kgyptians and
more particularly ho because In the
clear air of Kgypt the tints of sunset
nro peculiarly distinct.
Ah the sun there descends nearer
and nearer to the horizon and Is Im
mensely enlarged and llainlng, It sud
denly becomes for an Instant a bril
liantly green color, and Immediately a
KCi'les of green rays suffuses the sky lu
many directions, well nigh to the ze
nith. The same phenomenon appears at
Hiinrlse, but to a smaller extent. Some
times, Just as the last part of the sun's
disk vanishes, Its color changes from
green to blue., and so also after It hns
disappeared Hie sky near the horizon
oflen Is groen, while toward the zenith
It is blue.
This was alluded to In Egyptian
writings. Day was the emblem of life
and night that of death, ami the noc
turnal sun. being Identllled with Osiris,
thus rendered Osiris king of the dead.
The setting sun was green; therefore
Osiris, as the nocturnal deity of the
ile.nl, was painted green. The splendid
colllns of the high priests of Amnion
frequently depict the green sun, and
the funeral deities are all colored
There are innumerable Instances in
the Egyptian relics or representations
relative to death being colored green.
The practice undoubtedly arose from
the green tints of sunrise and sunset.
The green sun disk Is referred to .",000
years ago in Kgypt. This Is the earli
est known human record of an as
tronomical phenomenon. Washington
The Strongest $
THE HERRINC CATCH.
it Is to Northern Europe What the
Wheat Crop Is to America.
Today the herring Is hardly regarded
as a luxury. Indeed, It Is chlelly eaten
by those who can afford nothing else,
and yet .'5,000,000,000 of these tlsh are
needed to supply the annual demand.
How this inexhaustible, limitless yield
of the ocean has swayed the destinies
of nations is strikingly set forth In an
article by Harold Bolce in Ocean.
Despite the unremitting harvest by
predatory man and gull nnd cannibal
istic cod and shark, the unconquered
armies of herring still continue to pop
ulate the Atlantic with multiplying
The Atlantic has been aptly called
the "herring pond." Indelibly associat
ed lu the past with the economic nnd
polltlcnl history of occidental man
kind, the herring seems destined to
survive tis one of the greatest factors
in the -welfare of western nations. To
day what tho wheat crop is to America
the herring catch is to northern Eu
rope. Few persons, even among the masses
that consume this ilsh, realize Its
economic importance. More than 3,000,
000.000 herrings are captured annually,
according to the latest estlmnte.
The weight of that annual catch is
over 750,000 tons.
It would require 2.",000 freight cars,
each with a capacity of thirty tons, to
haul the herring harvest inland from
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A Doctor's Assistant.
A doctor whose largo practice has
made an assistant necessary was told
that the man he selected was hardly
"He's good enough for what I want
him for," said the doctor. "I don't
expect him to prescribe for my pa
tients, but to listen to their gossip. In
many cases the privilege of talking
over his troubles with the doctor con
stitutes the biggest part of a patient's
cure. I haven't time to listen to all
these complaints myself; hence the
need of an assistant. This man Is
good looking and sympathetic. Callers
will readily unburden their hearts to
hint, then when they nro ready for
real medical advice he can pass them
on to inc." Columbus Dispatch.
Two pairs of Trousers with each Coat m
j one Bloomer and one regular pair. 2
to Every Suit guaranteed. Will stand the to
(f hardest wear that tops, marbles, kites or (fi
tft anything but barbed wire makes. Prices JJJ
to $4.50 to $6.00 ror the combination, to
to Ready for your inspection.
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Horse accidents caused tho death of
William I. and William III.. William
H. and Klchurd I. were killed by ar
rows, lMchard III. was slain In battle,
Charles I. was beheaded, Kdward II.,
nichard II. nnd Kdward V. were mur
dered, a surfeit of lampreys cost Henry
I. his life, poison or a surfeit of peaches
killed .John, poison Is suspected to have
be !) administered to Kdward VI., nnd
the death of Henry VI. Is by some his
torians laid to tho charge of Klcliard,
duke of Gloucester. London Standard.
Bad Fire at Lebanon.
Karly Monday morning fire broke
out in Johnson's cafe, at Lebanon.
Kan., and before it was gotten under
control had destroyed all the frame
buildings in the block. The buildings
destroyed were in the north block on
the west side of the street, and inclu
ded some of the principal business
houses of that thriving little city. In
the past two years some brick build
ings had been erected on the north
end of this block, but we do not know
whether these were destroyed or not.
One report received here stated that
when the wind changed the fire was
carried into the block to the south,
and that it wis htill raging, but, there
has been no confirmation of this re
Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, A Powder.
It makes walking easy. Cures Corns,
Kuuions, Ingrowing Nails, Swollen
and Sweating feet. At all Druggists
and Shoe Stores, L"c. Don't accept
any substitute. Sample I-'ree. Address,
Allen S. Olmsted, LoHoy, X. Y.
RED CLOUD, - NEBR.
Canon City, Sunnyside,
and Genuine Nigger
You may bo particular or what
some call "cranky," but OUR
COAL will ploaso you.
Our coal is clean and wo deliver
Bo'lToLfiO. KuralToI. 71
You think It a want of judgment that
ouo changes his opinion. Is It a proof
that your scales aro bad because thoy
vibrate with every additional weight
that Is added to either side? .Maria
PRICE BAKING POWDER, CHICAGO.
Willing to Accept an Apology.
Priscllla (Just arrived) Aro there
any men here? Phyllis Oh, there are
a few apologies for men! Priscllla
Well, ir an apology Is offered to me
I shall accept It. London Times.
Your money refunded if after using
three-fourths ('X) of a tube of Man.un
you are dissatisfied. Ileturn the bal
ance of the tube to your druggist, and
your money will be cheerfully return
ed. Take advantage of this oiler. Sold
by Henry Cook's drug store.
Apologies only account for that
which they do not niter. Disraeli.
'Pineules" (non-alcoholic) made from
resin from our pine forests, used for
hundreds of years for Uladder and
Kidney diseases. Medicine for thirty
days, SI. Ciuarantced to give satisfac
tion or money ruf untied. ,(!et our
guarantee coupon from Henry Cook's
The relief of Coughs and Colds
through laxative influenco originated
with lice's Laxative Cough Syrup, con
taining Honey anil Tar, a cough yrnp
containing no opiates or 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.
Colorado 10,(00 acres, rich,
black soil, smooth and level. $G
Kansas -25 qunrters at from
6(!(K. Gootl soil, level land. Terms
Nebraska Qy properties nnd
well improved farms at reasonablo
N. P. KLOWGARD,
Ofllce of Co. Atty. L. II. Wack
ledge, lied Cloud, Nob. Phone 48.
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