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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1908)
If you wish a high-class hair
dressing, we are sure Ayer's
Hair Vigor, new improved for
mula, will greatly please you.
It keeps the hair soft and
smooth, makes it look rich and
luxuriant, prevents splitting at
the ends. And it keeps the
scalp free from dandruff.
Doei not change the color of the hair.
Formula with ch bottls
Show It to your
Ask him about it,
At the same time the new Ayer's Hair
Vitor is a strong hair tonic, promoting
the growth of the hair, keeping all the
tissues of the hsir and scalp in a healthy
condition. The hair stops falling, dan
druff disappears. A splendid dressing.
m Mads by ths J. C. Aytr Co., Lowell, aUii.
-.Inert Miner ran n null in liis foot
fccvjral days ago.
Reese, btickley has not been so well
th last few days.
r. K. V:iti1i:in anil wife drove to
Ke. Cloud Wednesday.
Mrs. lici ward Wirt was on the side
Us, several days recently.
The Uebeeab lodge holds its election
of rJlcers Friday evening of this week.
Fred Miller and family are moving
tnti their new lesidence near tlie
The funeral was held
Tuesday afternoon. Deceased leaves
a husband and three daughters. Nellie,
licrtrude and (Iraee to mourn her loss.
A lave number of friends sympathize
with the bereaved husband and child
ren. Lightning struck the chimney f the
house occupied by Howard Wirt. The
rugs and furniture were covered with
soot and hours of hard work was nee
cessary to restore tiling-, to order.
Monday evening. June S. all members
of the official board of the .Methodist
church are requested to attend the re
gular meeting of the board. They
will meet with the secretary Miss Klht
, Sunday evening while Lcland Strick-
I land was throwing down hay from the
loft he slipped and fell to the lloor.
lie was quite badly injured and has
been in bed since but was reported
better on Wednesday.
E. S. Howell, foreman of the black
smithing department of the 15. M.
shops at McCook, accompanied by bis
wife and daughter came down Satur
day for a visit with P. W. Roland and
family and other old friends. They
departed for home .Sunday evening.
Miss Mamie Tompkins principal
elect of the 1'iuide Iiock school is being
congratulated by her many friends on
the success she has attained. Hefore
she was quite fourteen years of age
she completed the course here with
high honors. Then after a couple of
years spent in teaching she has been
away at school. She has now com
pleted her course at the Kearney Nor
mal with very high grades. Thus
again we notice that diligent, faithful
effort has its reward.
at two o'clock est items in securing electric power.
Then each farmer purchases what mo
tors he needs and pays only for the
current lie individually con-nines.
Electric News Service.
Notice to Creditors.
Iii the mutter of tlie est.ite of SI Tun
Lure. deceived ,, .
Notice I hereby nlen to nil er-His hsuiti
(IllllllS Hllll lll'lllMIUl- ll(!llll "t MlllUll M I.tllT.
lute of Welctereouii'v. ilprenMMl. that the tlm
tixed for till k claims nitilnt nld eHte i six
moti In from the iM'li lny of Juti 1 xrt
All M"h ncr'atii nre re'i'ilred t 're'tit their
c1hIiii. with the Yoni'tier !) Ih" Con it .Indue
of ...( il county, nt liln olllcu therein on oi betore
the iiith iIht of December. 1H0. Mid hII rUlm
o tllt'l wld behoird before the -id Jnd on
the'Jth ilnr of December. I''s. it ten o'r oct
. in : iiinl tint the nittiilnlxiriiior Is m owed one
ttMrrmm th2!t Ony of Slay 19w(. In wli'eli
t i imt 'i db allowed iKlnt rIi1 estate iinil
s.'ttlelli Mime. I. V Kilos. County .1'idee.
r.i 1 -"
Cutting alfalfa is the order of the
H. L. VanDyke and son Homer of
Itock Springs. Wyo.. were the guests
of friends in Line and Walnut C'reik
townships this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher were the guests
of .1. K. Fox Sundav.
John Oshorn of Red Cloud i.- busy
breaking prairie land for L. A. Haskins
on State creek this week.
Sundav school at district ' t every
Sundav at 11:30 a. m.
Nothing manufactured shows
so great an improvement as
Clothing. Each season shows
this more forcibly.
$100 Reward, $100.
readers of tins paper
This Spring's line is better than ever.
Glad to show you.
Mihool house. -
Mrs. s. K. Ely of Reynolds is ex-1 strawberries Canned Without Gooklni.
peited this week for a few days visit Have your jars perfectly clean and
wi:h relatives. j dry, then taku equal parts of fresh her-
1. H. Hampton is up from Oklahoma mv and sugar, and mix and mash
renewing old acquaintances and visit-
inr his son Krnest.
.Mrs. A. Lathrope is very sick and
liar, been obliged to keep her bed for
nnre than two weeks.
Emmet Hagan accidentally cut him
s.:'.: severely Wednesday with one of
the butchering knives.
Mrs. E. M. Parker and Mrs. Armour
l'r s visited a few days recently with
fr'.-nds at Maukato, Kansas.
thoroughly. To accomplish this, take
only a small quantity in a dish at a
time, that you maybe sure every berry
is mashed. Put into the jars and seal
immediately, inverting the jar for a
.short time before putting away.
The work is easily and quickly done
as there is no heating. My berries
canned in this way last summer kept
perfectly and have preserved their de
licious flavor unimpaired.
Strawberrv shortcake equal to that
Mrs. T. J. Maloney entertained :i i tf the summer has been an enjoyment
lar.'tf number of ladies at tea I-riday
for the Christian Aid society.
Mrs. Lulu I'.eall and children are ex
pected up from Diller this week to
vl-'.t friends here and at liostwick.
The ISantist Sewing Society will
mi, at the church next Thursday j in connection with farm work in
afternoon. June II. Refreshments will Europe. This is especially true of tier-
be served, i many where a great many farmers,
rm.v.. will be initiation of members ' living near large towns or electric
whenever we wished through the win
ter. From Woman's Home Companion
Electricity is being extensively used
drill team Tuesday
All members urged
by the H. of II
evening. June 0
to be out.
Several from here will attend the
junior normal at Alma. Among them
are Misses Helen Pool,
Cooper and Leola Vaughan.
Roy Stickley was thrown accidentally
between the horses when driving.
One limb was hurt but he can get
about with the aid of a cane.
M".ss Malisa Lambert arrived home
last Friday evening from Diller having
completed a most successful term of
school in the primary department.
She teaches there next year.
transmission lines, have installed mo
tors to do most of the hard work about
the farm buildings.
One group of farms in Saxony gets
an abundant supply of current from an
Winifr-d !l,lJ:,t'cnt town by overhead transmis
sion on wooden poles. Sixteen fixed
electric motors are installed about the
various farm buildings for cutting
feed, oat crushing, pumping and for
operating other farm machinery. Six
teen portable motors are provided
which may be used to drive the pumps,
circular saws, threshing machinery,
etc.. at iinv point where tlieir services
are required. About a thousand incan
descent and nine arc lamp- light the
Word was received here Monday of buildings and yards,
the death at an early hour that morn- This co-operative plan of securing
ingot" Mrs. Win. Sabin at Esbon. Kan- electric power makes it both cheap
mi. Her husband is a son of Mrs. anil emveuient fir the fnr.ners, as all
Jo:.n habln. The families of J. W. shared in the construction of the trans-
Hn.'..es and Win Rvker drove over, m'ssion line which is one of the lerg-
rr for pre food xjrTI
rw anle-daiing all state Njl
W ffl.6 national loofi laws J
u mm " ir m mm wr fc n
1 CREAM95" L
I flfV Be on your fluard. Alum Pow- MwM
trapav den; may be ltnotvn by their VMil
Wl--jMl price 10 or 2Sc. a lb iLc"Eril
J A. Mv or one cent an JL M
fl. ounce. tap rf
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science ha-
been able to cure in all its stages, anil
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall'.s Ca
tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
dircctlv upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, therein de
stroying the foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution andas
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for anv case that it
fails to cure. Send for li-t of testi
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
Sold bv all druggist-, 7."c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. Live Stock Letter.
J. A. Rickart. L. S. Correspondent.!
Kansas City Stock Yards, June 1.
Floods in the south and crippled rail
road service held down cattle receipts
all of last week and the small total of
r.'.OUO head arrived. The market im
proved rapidly after Tuesday, and
closed a gain of lfi to 10 cents on the
steers, the medium kinds showing
greatest gains, while cows and heifers
closed l." to .': cents higher. Receipts
are moderate today at '..000 head, and
light at other markets, and the market
is again higher, steers strong to 10
higher and cows and heifers up 10 to
15 cents. While the market made a
good gain last week it was solely be
cause of the meagre receipts, and not
because of any broadening of the out
let for the meat, which packers claim
is still unsatisfactory. The light run
enabled killers to clean out their cool
ers to a certain extent, and proved a
good tonic, but the situation will not
stand any heavy receipts at present.
Several sales of prime steers were
made today at ST to ST.".'.". the latter
price highest this year, except for a
sale of two loads on last Wednesday
at the same price. Steers sold at S7 in
the quarantine cattle here. Wintered
cattle from Oklahoma will -tart freely
this week and next. Hulk of fed steers
sell at S5.7.1 to SC'0, cows range from
S:i to S5.'.'5. Stockers and feeder trade
is of small volume and will continue
so for another month yet, prices lit to
.'() higher than a week ago, strong to
day, stockers 8.1.50 to S5.35. feeders S
to S5. 10.
Hog run last week- was so.ouo head,
mirket stronger most of the time, but
finally, closing with a net loss of 5 ets.
Run is RJ.OOO today, market 10 higher,
top S5.00, bulk 85.H5 to $5.55, weights
below '.'Oil pounds at $5.V5 to $5.50, ex
clusive of'pigs, which bring $1 to$l. 50.
The .month of May showed a small
shortage from May last year mainly
because of bad marketing conditions
the last week. The total run was :i55 -ooo
head. Average weight for May
was '.'OH pounds as compared with 1YI
pounds in May last year.
Sheep and lambs continue to come
freely, '10.000 lust week, market steady
for the week on lambs, but 15 to '.'0
higher on sheep Today there tue
10.000 head here, market 10 to "io lower,
most loss on lambs. There seems to
be plenty of mutton appearing at all
the markets, and as the meat does not'
move freely congested conditions are
easily forced, resulting in an unhealthy
state of trade. Wooled lambs bring
$5.80 to $0.10, clipped $5.25 to $5.00,
best spring lambs $0,50, wethers and
ewes f:i,05 to SI. JO, feeding sheep $V.'5
to $;i.75, goats $11.10 to :i.50.
25 Yexrs Ago
Items horn "The Chief" of June 2, 1883.
. at Cowles.
It was only
INFLAMMATORY HMSLMATISM CUUBD IM
Morton L. Hit! of t.chutinti Iml.. yn; "Mf
wife hart lurUniniiuoiv i:heiiiiintlm lu cvarr
muscle Htnl joint, tier MitTerlnx wan tcrrlhlu
aud her bidr Rtid fare were rwoIIpii almost bo
yornl rccoKtiltion: had t'CCti In bed hIx woelii
aud had eight i-h j -Iclans. but received no
benefit until t),a tr'ed Dr. Dctrhou's Ittllof for
HUeuraatlsm. It khvo ImmcdliitP relict and
she was able to wmk obout In three dorp i am
gum ti saved he; life." Sold by II. E. Qrtso.
: Notice of Application For Saloon license
To the HoiuirHl o Hoard of County Co mm Is
(.lonere I W I r County. Niabrrtlta:
The petition of the ttiirturidgiieil residents ot
the Oak Creek ptei'l'int if Wel.sier comity, M.'
braska. rpf.tiectfu.il 'iMiteM'itt-
FIibt-Ttmt thi'i nre ic-blcnt frtMUolileta of
the said Oak ru-eii precinct. WebHer county,
second Thei reprctfnily pray thiit a ncon:o
It U cnrrc-ntlv retmrted and unon to sell malt. fpfrltuousHiitl vltnnis . juor with
Uistutumi itpontu. .iui unou iltlu,kH,(, .,.,,.,,., frtliceiitiliijfiirmiiyh
nrettv good authority, that there will .trained to. folui II. Kohim tocher slid luialneiH
J , . , . , . ., .. to becondii'tud m ii onestoiy lrmo hulldiiw
be at least two more brick buildings .itu.iteil on lot eh-ven tin. block twi-lve'.tui.or
the lllliifol I!o-i'iiiiiit In mid premier
Thlrd-'I'liHt .n d tut II. Kolimc-irtlicr it k
resident nt tin- 'i e "f Nebraska ii'd It a tu"
of r.opcit'able f'bitin. 'rr mid slntidnu
A d i-s In dull bound thej wit' iff pr.iy.
Noilce ! herd y jtiveii .iohii II KoniftHcner
Mr. tiilford'-" new house
blew down last Monday.
The finance committee has raised
somewhere near S"n)0 for the Fourth of
Fulv celebration at Red Cloud.
Judge Uaslin purchased Severn',
deuce lots in the north part of
last Friday, and will erect a Hue
deuce thereon the coming fall.
erected on Webster street tlu prc-ent
Wish the town council would send
up some little fishes to sport in the
pond in front of our otlice.
No great amount of damage was
done to growing crops by the hail
storm last Monday, so far as heard
A large acreage of beans in Tesas is
said to be the scientific explanation of
the cause of thoe high and hot w'.nds
that occasionally vl-it us fr . tlie
The festive circus passcth by on the
north and south, but .stoppeth not at
Red Cloud, greatly to the di-gut of
the small boy as well as the gr.nvn
J. i . Potter has leaded his interest in
the Red Cloud mills, for one iev to
Mr. Hewitt .tones, brother In R. P.
.tones, the lumberman.
Mr-. C. W. ."springer will o-ien a
school on the kindergarten plan for
children between the ages i.f three
and seven years at her home west of
town on Monday, .tune Ith. Tuition
$1.50 per month. The attention and
patronage of the public is solicited.
hi filed In the oit.re of the connti clerk of
Webster rniinty. Ni-bwi.Wii. llun ,21st lty of May
A. I. l'ji'X. hi- ptilMii ltfiied by thu required
number of reblent fn'ohuldcM
K. W. i!..s. (M ity Clerk
Don't Buy land nor loan
Money on Real Estate
without getting on- f U-el's
perfect A'-traets of 1 i'e The
oldest and most reliable set of
Abstract books in WehsNr l.'u.
$10.0(0 b mil tiled :inila;j.roved.
llepnsent--ix of the '..-it In
surance coupanies d busi
ness in the stute.
LOANS MADIi on Cll Y PS'.aPERTlES
Red Cloud, Nebr
Office In Ovcrlng Block.
Phones: Bell 98, FnrmcrsSG
It makes you
Best for flaky pastry,
l wholesome bread and biscuit .
best for crisp cookies ISfesb
- . mLy- m.
best tor ueitciouscaKcs, luuiu
some muffins, doughnuts that
will melt in your mouth.
Everything you mnUc well,
it will help to make better,
because it's "best by test."
Anybody can cook well If they use
Calumet UoUInc Powder, Fniluro
with It Is almost Impossible.
U u chemically correct and
Prlco la Moderate
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