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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1904)
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doiTr. Do you like thick,
heavy, smooth hair? Of
course you do. Then why
not be pleased? Ayer's Hair
Vigor makes beautiful heads
of hair, that's the whole
story. Sold for 60 years.
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ftrt it linllle.
TIED CLOUD, NEIMA3KA,
TUDLIS1IED EVKIIV FRIDAY.
P. C. PiiAiir.H, Editor.
Bntered at tno puM oflicc at lted Cloud, Koti.M
ucon4cti until matter.
If r.mlsliol on application.
Tlio Republican national convention
yesterday nominated .Thoodoro Uoose
velt for president and Charles W.
Fairbanks of Indiana for vice pros!
ulent. Tho nominations were made
unanimously amid tho most intense
Max Baum Is Dead.
'MnxBaum, who was well known in
Htod Cloud, dlod at tho homo of his
(parents in Galena, Kin., Tuesday
morning. Juno 14 Fuuerat soivicos
were held at Galena Wednesday morn
'iogand tho body was taken to Fort
Scott. Kan , tho same day for bnrlil in
rth Jewish" cemetery at that placo
Mdax liauni was born in Hud Cloud
twenty-four years ago, and removed
'with Ids parents to Chicago about four
teen years ago, and from there to
tiateaa about six years ago. Ho paid a
'visit to Red Cloud during tho past
wiotcr, and thoso who saw him at that
ttituo will bo surprised to hear of his
untimely death. His death wiih the
direct result of an accld nt On Fri
day morning, Juno 10, ho was out with
dsomo friends and suffered a fall, wh ch
spesultod in a broken lot; and a fractur
ed skull. Drain fever set la and Max
sgrew steadily worso until death finally
cawe to his relief. Resides his parents,
ttwo sisters and a brother are left to
mourn his loss.
Ctellnur Bros.' Show Comlni.
Gollmar Bros.' big railroad show Is
ua tho city today and gave their after
aioon pctformanco at tho head of Sev
entli avonuo west. Tho weather was
Ideal for a circus anil it was a llral-class
aierforaianco that (tollmar ltros. put
on. At about 10 o'clock they give
vthelr parado, which was very good,
containing tuning other thing", seven
open dens of auimali. Iuadditim to
4i very fine circus perfotmuicu they
arry n llrstclass menagetiu of wild
THERE iS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR
tTiSA MATTER OF HEALTH
.niiiHlh, which is vuiy liitiiesting.
riiu show (Ids afternoon openid nt
ibotit 2:30 ni (1 wiii good, very good
tidced. There was liaully a poor jici
n tlui entire! show It win a Rood,
loan prt ffirmniico nril gave splendid
latlsfactlon to the huge ntimb'r thr
ittrtuled. Another peifoimu ce will
)u Riven this evening nt 8 o'clock
Wihtnil Dully Pies', Aliliind, Wis
sonsin Will exhibit at Ho I Clou I
Fuiiisdar Julj 7
Kid Cmiid ,hine'J'- t!K)l
At a Hpecitil tneeii g of I lie el1
otincll, cnlloil by M.jor H"i, nh
netnbers of the emu oil pi merit.
In the mutter of tho foundation el
ho stand pipe which reported in leu
ilinue t in tl needed lopiiiring as soon n
Motion ni'ide by Ciither seconded b
Wat rou that thu Major t-iko Mich tep
is in o nect'ss'iiy to repair and llx tin
otindath u of the stand pipe. Cart h d
Motion ni-idn by Wit ton seconded bj
Jutlier that the coitticil pi ice an otdei
.villi tho 1'nble Hock Hiiel; Co for a
i'mi load of sidewalk bible Cutiicd.
Motion made by Wan en seconded i
Cather that it Is thu older of the Coun
cil that nil bowling alley, billiard and
oodI imoiim .shall cl-is at II o'clock
p. in under a penult) of a fotfcilmu ol
their license Curled.
A Pleasant Sunrise
On Monday a latRc number of ftininU
of Mr, and Mi. ,1 S. (! Iliatii who wete
r.eig.ibois of the Gilhnins when thej
livid upon tin fiirai, called upon them
at their home in this city and Rave
them a del'Rhtful siirpiise. The ocen1
ion was the twenty-seventh aiinivusnn
(Photo by Urmlbrook A Schultz )
Accused of Complicity in tho Fcasel
of their wedding, and, the guests being
from the country, it is unnecessary to
say that there was plonty to oat and
that all formalities were laid aside.
I'ho guosts, with tho exception of Itov.
Rico and wife, wero all old timo friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Gilliam, and many
were tho reminiscences of early days
that wete called t mind. Mr. and
Mm. Gilliam wero presented with n
lianusouiR silver tea service.
On Wednesday evening occurred
thu marriage of Mr. Rnhort Bruce
Payuo and Miss Lillian 13. Wisecarver,
at tho homo of the bride's parents,
near Inavalo. Mr. Payno is ono of
tho best known young men In Web
ster county and during tho past year
was principal of tho Uladon schools.
His brido Is a native of Webster
county and is tho daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J B. WU'ciuvor. Thoy will
make their In mo at Inavalo for the
Licenses wero Issued as fo'lows:
O. A Gaunt and Miss Iva Wooten of
Walter Lockhart and l.ulu Wilson
Ktul 11. Weber and Miss Florence
Guy of Guide Rook.
TWENTY YEARS AG
Items of News Found In Tho
Chlof of Twenty Years Ago
This Week V V V
A good lain Satittdiiy.
A. J. K"iiney has ret'irned from
A great many land bttyei s are in the
county this week.
A new hardware stole Is about to be
started at Cowles. ,
J L. Miller thinks of building a
biick block for his liarnos stoic
Mr. Upnuoglo has moved into his
new mid handsome lesldeuco on
Mr. Pete Hansen has bought the
tnco line to Cora.
Henry Cook lias the lluust pli leton
wo have seen in the west. It uas
Hindu at the Red Cloud Carriage
Case it McNeny bought of Dr.
Pulleys Inst week HO itcics of hind ad
joining their farm, for which they
Morluirt iY Fulton have determined
to locate at Wells. Mr. Fulton has
been in that placo for u few days
siipoi intending tho erection of a store
Sherwood v Albiight, formerly of
this city, have stinted anothei bank at
F. A. Hiimmell waded the Republl
can t Ivor u few days ago.
Messrs. Piatt, Albright mid Wnl
lace, managers of the link, have made
arrangements font big dance on the
Fourth of July.
Thero will bo a grand celebration
at Cowles on tho Fourth.
Wells will have a big celebration on
Red Cloud defeated tho Wells base
ball team In this city Thursday by a
scoro of 12 to f.
Ormsby k Dicketson are shipping
about 1,.")00 cases" of eggs por month.
On Wednesday oveuiug Mr. J. W.
Chambers and Miss Sophia Reiglu
wore united in marriage by Rev. Geo.
Last week tho Red Cloud creamery
made :i,."00 pounds of butter, and has
been making from SCO to 1,000 pounds
per day since.
Win Parkos Is uow a bloated land
holdor. Ho owns fifteen towu lots.
Win, Gates and Ed Bouauuan are
uow ruuulug a meat market ut Mc
Cook. G. S Albright bus b en appointed
agent In this city for tho Atchison
Tho heavy rain Sunday filled Minor
Bros.' collar with water, and had it
not boen for its timely discovery n
groat many valuablo goods would
have been destroyed.
Tho probabilities are that tho Red
Cloud &. Southwestern will bo built.
William M. Crabill will nuiko final
proof on Saturday, July 12, 1881, on
pro omptiou D. S. No. CoC7, for tho
uwi sec 8, tp. 'J, north of range 11
Our nluo was defeated at Superior
hist Thursday, tho first timo in two
seasons Auson Higby got his thumb
split in tho first Inning, and tho team
was loft without a catchor, Cromwell
having remained at homo. John
Shlroy was put in to cateh, mid after
tho first fow inniug' did well but the
gamo was lost boforo ho could got on
to Piatt's pitching. Tho score was l.'l
to 8 in favor of Suporlor.
F. Houcmn lias nail somo sad ex
perience with lightning rod peddlers
They wnnted to put upti rod for him,
but the price being so high, Mr.
Houchiu thought ho could not afford
it, so the peddler oirered to tut it up
for ?. as an advertisement. Houchiu
accepted tho proposition and signed
tho contract without reading it. A
day or two afterward the peddlor put
up tho rod, and then demanded n much
larger sum than agreed upon, which
Houchiu refused t pay. Tno con
tract was then shown him. Ho stead
ily refused and dually compromised
The first of tho week wo took oo
elision to visit tho beautiful little
villngo of Inavalo, lying seven miles
west of Rod Cloud. Tho villngo was
recently laid out and platted by our
friend, W. J. Vanco. While there wo
had tho pleasuro of calling on 'G W.
Knight aud family. Mr. Knight is
postmaster and has held his position
for somo twelvo years. Among thoso
whom wo met wero Mr. R. R. Pituey,
Mr. Arneson, tho village blacksmith,
Mr. Eddy, who U running Mr. Knight's
farm, and the McCr.try brothors, tho
uow storekeepers, who aro doing u
nourishing business. Tho loading
outorprlso of tho villngo, howovor, is
tho choeso factory, run by J. O.
Chamborlnlu, which hnndles ovor
10,000 pounds of milk por day. Tho
amount paid out for milk in Juno will
bo not loss than f.3,000. We also had
tho ploasuro of mooting I. O. Walker,
U. G. Knight and sovoral other young
mon, to whom wo uro indebted for
Summer Suits for
Men and Boys.
I am showing a line of two
piece suits lor men in
new styles in flannels,
97.00 to lO.OO
In Boys' Summer Suits,
75c to 97.SO
These suits are neat com
fortable and just what you
want for hot weather.
Sec tho now Lion Specials
PAUL STOREY, The
i3 "OJJU nFAKi
f iTtwtK WMMf
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Give Satisfaction.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE
It cleanses, soothes, heals, nnd protects tho
dUcH-Heil membrane. It cures Catarrh and
drives away a Cold lu tho Head quickly.
Restores tho Senses of Tasto and Smell.
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into tho nostrils and absorbed.
Largo Size, 50 cents at Druggists or by
mall; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Wtrran St.. Ntw York.
of Freeport. III., an tho
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County.
Look up your policy
and see me.
O. C. TEEL,
Phono 03. Red Cloud.
As 1 havo purchasod tho Harring
ton Meat Markot, I epect to mako
somo changes to benefit tho pa
trons. First of all, clean up; good
meats, good weights and fair treat
ment, and I heattlly solicit your
trade. I do not ask for all of It,
but Invite you to eomo In and get
acquainted, and wo will do tho rest,
Also extend an Invitation to bring
in your Eggs, Butter, Chickons,
Hides, Furs and Fat Stock, for
which wo will pay you cash.
Wo do not ruu a grocery store,
but will endeavor to run n tirst
class markot house. Call and give
ua at loast ono trial.
Yours for business,
Arc You Uslnft Allen's Foot-Ease?
Shako Into your shoos Allen'sJ.Foot
Eise, a powdor. It cures corns,; bun
ions, painful, smarting, hot, 'swollen
feet. At all drujglstsjand Jsuoostores,
Stock saddles at Joe Fogel's.
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varf1- WW awMifti8r
Scouting ifmm .
$ suits IsaifllM
J IN HOME-SPUNS I $ hWmM
I AND TLANNELS I MSSW
a droad concave IBWAeV4TaBR
SHOULDERS-NCAT D W'lEJ Am&y
im&i&mwiM STYLI S"-M A NY 1toVm jMw
lint -,,t wmmr
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R.ead This Carefully
I am making lots of Farm Loans.
There are reasons for this. I can close a
loan for you in three days after taking your
application, for these reasons:
You do not have to wait and pay for a
man to examine the land. My company has
oceans of money. You do not wait for them
to sell your loan in New York or London
before getting the cash.
You can Pay Off at Any Time,
without giving a day's notice of your inten
tion so to do. All other companies require
from 30 to 60 days notice on this point.
I have so many different plans for making
loans that some one is bound to suit. No
one can give better rates.
J. H. BAILEY. Red Cloud.
Three Ring Circus, Museum, Men
agerie and Royal Roman
A Show organized to please the
People of the World.
Tho Incomparable Equestrienne, MISS LIZZIE ItOONEY
The Petet family, European
Stars, first appearance iu America.
Zella, The marvelous Hand Balancer,
tho only act of its kind ever
20 FUNNY LAUGH
Marvelous Tralnod Horses. Tho only Big Railroad Show coming this
year. A Grand Free Street Pnrado overy morning nt 10 o'clock will pass
through tho principal streets the most magnificent, colossal pageant ovor
witnessed. Sovon opou dons of wild animals, Chariots, Tableaux, Gorgeous
Floats, Mouutod Horses, mnuy kinds of music, etc., all absolutely free.
Two Performances Dally, Aftornoon and Night.
DOORS OPEN AT 1 AND 7 P. M.
One Ticket Admits to All. Romombor the Day and Date.
Thursday. July 7
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Tho Dahns, Sensational High Wiro
Artists, Ih'st nppearanco iu this
country; and -TiO other circus nets.
MAKING CLOWNS 20
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