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TOis falling of your hair!
Scop It, or you will soon be
.'fetid. Give your hair some
Over's Hair Vigor. Thefali-
vjll stop, the hair will
iwuv, and the scalp will be
tftteaa and healthy. Why be
:atisBed with poor hair when
smi can make it rich?
-Jif Tlrntl)r I1 rm out. I thnn tried
I Aym" Itatr VIor .ml onlr on Imlllo .topped
mm funtnc. Hew lilr otno In rel thick Mid
'. a little curlr." Mas. L. M. smith,
m jUkvi, n. y.
'mjlrmlbottle. J.C. ATinco.,
1H IITT1 ( ill H I nitail Alllll
aII(. . . .". Li--
nrd Oluoy, who pretended thut tho law
wns unconstitutional, and who would
do nothing toward prosecuting viola
tors of It Tho llrst oirort to enforce
tho law was niado by Thcodoro Roosc
volt, n Repnblicnn President. Tho
first Attornoy-Gonerni to vigorously
proscoutooirondcra and to test tho law
was a Hcpubllcan Attorney-General,
Philander C. Knox.-N. Y. World.
TIED CLOUD, NF.WIASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
S&Konaz Newhouse, Editor.
JS.VUI Tulleys, AH.slstant Editor.
ttntered at loo poit offlco t ltcd Cloud, Nob.a.
. jMoaadolai.toall matter.
1 tJlMiTaaobed on application.
"OTSXEPHONE, SEVEN - TWO
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, N. Y
."SK VICK PltKSIDKNT.
0 dARLKS W. FAIRBANKS, Ind
JJS'Wx Lieutenant (Jovkunou.
sJ&cm Secki.tauy ok State.
E. M. SEARLE.
J. L. M'BRIEN.
luKOK, Atiounky tiENKUAL.
. "JScx. Land Commissioner.
.11. Jl. BATON.
AtCLnclo "Sam makos mistakes occas
.V is ally, but helms novor bought the
sweat .political gold brick twice.
Fifteen Years Aft.
I wandered to tho grogshop, Tom; I
Htood beside tho bar,
And drank a bowl of lemonade and
Mnokod a bad cigar;
J ho samo old kegs and jugs woro
ihero-tho ones wo usod to know
When wo woro on tho rouud.up, Tom,
6omo Ilftcon years ago.
Tho barkeep Is a now ono, Tom. Tho
ono who iibod to soil
Corrosive tanglefoot to us is roasting
now in well,
Tho othor has a plate-glass front; his
hair Is combed quite low,
And looks just like tho ono wo knew
somo flftcou years ago.
Old soak como up and called for boozo
- ho had tho samo old grin -Whllo
others burned tho lining from
their throats with Holland gin.
And women stood beside tho door,
tholr faces seamed with woo,
And wept just as thoy used to weop
some ilftoeu years ago.
I asked about our old friends, those
lierished .sporty mon;
And somo were in tho poor house, Tom,
and somo were in tho pun;
And one, the ono wo liked tho best,
tho hangman laid him low,
Tho world is much tho same, dear Tom,
as fifteen years ago
I asked about thnt stato'y chop, that
pride marked as Its own
Ho used to say that ho could drink, or
let the htuir alone.
He perished of tho James H. Jams,
out in tho cold and snow
Ah, low survlvo who used to boozo
somo fifteen years ago.
Now crowds lino up against tho bar
and call for crimson ink;
New hands aro trembling us they pour
tho stuir (hey shouldn't drink;
Dot still the samo old watchword rings,
"This round's on mo you know I"
Tho samo old cry of doom wo heard
somo fifteen years ago.
I wandoied to tho churchyard, Tom,
and there I saw tho graves
Of those who used to drown themselves
in red fermented wave-,:
And there woio womou sleeping thero
where grass and dairies grow,
Who wept and died of broken hearts
somo flfteon years ago.
Aud there were graves whero children
slopt, havo Mopt for many u year,
Forgetful or tho woes that marked
their fitful sojourn horo;
And 'neath a tall white monument, in
death theto lieth low
The man who used to sell tho boozo
somo fifteen years ago. J. S. Hoi
den, in Ulobo-Democrat.
.Jaigts Parker BayH ho will bo satis
Mfail with ono torrn as president. Tho
.cwjfers will doubtless convince him
mrtku.'h should bo sutlsflod with ono
IfbHslbun ono term.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of News Found in The
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
This Week v v y
liny the man tiled instantly. The
eituso of the tradgedy was understood
to bo jealousy aud unfaithfulness.
On Thursday morning tho dead bodj
of a man was found, besldo tho rail
rood track near Amboy. From papers
found on tho body It was found to be
A. D. Manger, of Kirwiu, Kansas. The
corners jury returned a verdict that
death was caused by being struck by
tho engine of tho freight train, which
had gone cast during tho night.
Tho republican county conv. ntion
was called to ordor in tho court house,
Monday morning, by D. P. Newcomer,
chalrmuu of tho county central com
mittee J. E Smith of Guide Rock
was chosou chairman ai d F R. Gump,
secretary. Tho following woio the
delegates from tho dlfforent precinct:
Guldo Rock J. II Shugart, Jas.
Watt, C. G Coduiuu, J. E. Smith, I. D.
Glonwood Josoph Gravos, Isaac
Potsdam-J. W. C. Thorman, I. O.
Martin, F. A Sweezy, II, B. Munsou.
Elm Creek-Samuel Foe, W. II.
lnavale A Arueson, W, II. Walters,
Garfleld-M. II. Wainer, N. L. D.
Walnut Creek Thomas Kennedy,
M. C. Fulton.
Oak Cieek II. D. Rauey, G. E. Oat
muu, Stillwutoi -C. A. Tool, J. B. Potter.
Lino- II 11. Simons, L L, Anger.
Red Cloud-G. E McKooby, Levi
Moore, S. West, W. H. Stiohm, J II.
Foruiau, M W. Dickerson, Fred Hum
moll, F R. Gump, M B McNitt, II. A.
Howard, Jas Gilliam, A. II. Kaley.
Rutin -J L Frame, F. Uarta, John
Hormouy-O. E. Ramoy, G P. Cath
or. Pleasant Hill -M C Jackson, C. C.
Cox, Robt Adamson.
I). P. Newcomer of Blue Hill, was
uouiiuatod for representative aud I. B.
Hampton for commissioner, after
which delegates woro selected to tho
various conventions as follows:
State- W. II. Strohm, W. N. Richard-
son, A. L Funk, R. V. Shiroy. E Cor
nett, R. A. Simpson and C. G. Codimtn.
Congressional-.!. S. Gilliam, W. E.
Jackson, F. R. Gump, G. E. McKeoby,
M. L. Thomas, I. O. Martin, F. A.
Sweezy, I. H. Hoowr.
Judicial-J. R. Wilcox, C. W. Kaley,
J. N. Richards, J. A. Tulloys, R. A
Simpson ,C. G. Wilson, Wash
J. E. Smith.
Senatorial A. C. Hosmer,
Smith, A. T. Ormsby, S. Wost,
FALL of 1904
All of these lines are being opened this week and
will be ready for your inspection any day you can
spare the time to look at them. The goods I guar
antee. The prices you are welcome to compare
Trunks, Suit Cases
Grips, and Bags
PAUL STORBY, The Clothier.
.IF. (ha telegraph wires had boon
-., .Sara during tho St. Louis convention
.;iair.ccs.ventlou might noror havo hoard
- jT.Juigo Parkor'a volws on tho money
Xinastion, but tho platform would havo
u'D just the same as it is now.
Tfeolwstunpeal tho Domocrats uro
r ,ckijjuj to tho county Is based on tholr
Afiaujmo Lot to disturb tho Republic
--jm fcxlslativo uohlovements.
To the Public
Having purchased Chas.
Wadell's meat market, wo
extend to you a hearty iu
vitatlon visit us and become
bettor acquainted nHU uls0
when looking for good llrst
class meat, wo ask you to
give us a trial.
Wo aro satisfied wo can
wo can please you.
Yours for business,
FE1S & SEARS
D. J. MYERS, A.
Jk t of tho JJomocratlo campaign
3caurs. looks like u roll call of a big
TSia Now York Herald has printed a
52catulloof Judge Parker's gold tele--jjram.
It should furnish a companion
'jwrtjby prlutlug a facslmilo of
"J2.wr ballot In 189G or 1000.
Vcth Anti-Trust law was framed by
.-.x.Kjrmbllcan, was passed by a Repub-
Mitarn House and a Republican Senate,
t-wan signed by a Republican President.
' X)t law remained a (load letter on tho
&.tnto books during tho second term
iX'13rovor Cleveland, a Democratic
;S7Jtideiit. Through thoso four years
-oT.'ft(uocratlo adinlnlstratlon all tip
U p,ji.nml all oirorUs of tho World to
jCsttA the law enforcod wero mot with
r-fcsiwjrs, jeers and open contempt from
..S?Hai!oeratle Attorney Genonil, Rich-
JN THE CITY
4)M fmatmlHce Muftdttg.
Mrs. R. Mltchol isvlsltiug frionds iu
Crete this week.
W Rowland, of Carloton, Nebraska
is visiting, iu this city with L. L Fo'.t
Rov. Juo Fleming will preach next
Sunday morning in tho Prosby
J. A. Tulloys and sovoral of tho Mas
onic brethorn, instituted a masonic
lodgo at Guldo Rock, tho llrst of the
S. W Soaly has glvou up his fruit
stand and has ougaged iu canvassing
Tho calico ball given by tho coruot
baud on Wednesday night was a grand
A. Durrie, fotmorly of Red Cloud
has gone to Chicago where ho will
study for tho niinlstiy iu tho Presby
terian Theological seminary.
Jack Schlmmol and Mr Dwyer of
the Now York Central R. R. havo vis
Ring iu Red Cloud the gnosis of con
ductor Holdup and Worden.
Dick Storey, telegraph and freight
clerk for tho B. A- M. at Denver, Is
visiting ft lends and relatives iu Red
Piofessor Hampton and Harshbarger
of the Franklin academy wero in Red
Cloud, this week.
R. D. Jonos wont east Tuesday night
Alfred Decker mado final proof on
his homestead this week.
Walter Kleaman has taken a position
as clerk, for C. Weluer.
Red Cloud Lodgo I. O. 0 F. went to
Blue Hill, Thursday night to help
institute a lodgo at that placo.
W. E. Jackson is now a grandpa. A
son was born to Mr. aud Mrs. J. M.
Lightning struck a wheat stack,
belonging to C E. Putnam, living near
Cowlos, Sunday evonlng.
Lightning struck R. B. Fulton's
resldeuco, Sunday night, no ono was
A wagou, loaded with young ladles
who wero ou a picnlo oxcurslou Thurs
day, was up sot, hurting sovoral sever
ly. Tho wagon was In ohargo of one of
Rod Cloud's youug galluuts.
W. W. Ferris, a former Rod Cloud
cltizon, shot his wlfo and thon com
mitted sulcido by shooting himself, at
Tobias, Nebraska, on August 18. The
woman lived about au hour and a half
Chauoy. II. D. Rauey, F. A. Sweezy,
J. E. Smith.
Float F. A. Sweezy, Thos. Konnody,
F. R. Gump, J. L. Franio, S. West,
J. II. Shugart, J. H. Ferinau, U. A.
Tho de'egiitiou to tho float conven
tion were instructed to vote for J. L.
Red Cloud market wheat, 50 oats,
ir rye, 30-corn, 28-hogs,5.80-cattlo
Pleasant Hill-Miss Ida Albort is
visiting Cox's. . . .Tho following officers
wero electod in tho Sunday school;
C. C. Cox, supt; J. W. Polly, sec; W. A.
Brubakor, chorister; Anna Cockrall,
troas; E. L. Jacksou, llbralrn....Rov.
Martin's of Cowles nroached tho first
sermon iu tho new school house.
Cowles ...Fred Beach aud J. L.
Fuller have gouo to Hitchcock couuty
to tako claims.... Bort Wolls, son of
G. W. Wolls, has returned from Iowa
....Mrs. C. G. LI tie of Hardy is visit
ing hero .. Douglas Terry returned
last week, from tho east, bringing with
him a new wife.... W. A. Brubakor has
built a resldeuco on hU farm ... .The
rocont heavy rains ha o done consider
able damage to soil houses in tlii-
vicinity . G W. Wells started for tho
west Tuesday to look for a timber
Barker Will Appeal For Legal Delay.
Frank Barker, murderer ot his broth
er and his brother's wlfo near Red
Cloud lust March, will not be hanged
on September 2. Barker, who now is
in solitary coulinement at tho peniten
tiary has decided to appeal to tho su
premo court and the appeal will be
filed with the clerk of tho court within
a few days. Barkoi'd attorneys havo
gone to Webster county to prepare tho
bill of exceptions to tho trial In tho
lower court and to file it with tho dis
trict court clerk of tho county. The
action will come to the supremo court
on a petition in orror in which tho
tibial errors iu tho original trial will
bo alleged. On tho filing of the peti
tion tho supremo court will issuo an
ordor suspending execution of tho
death seuteuce until after tho appeal
hud been passed upon.
Barker bus been indifferent to his
fato uutil lately, but aovr is of tho
opinion that he will have no ditUculty
iu securing a reversal or a change of
That Settle's It.
When a Colorado sand stone walk is
laid that sittles it. See Overiug Bros.
& Co. for prices.
RHEUMATISM CUHED IN A DAY.
Myitlc Cure for Hhemnatlsm and Neuralgia
radically cure lu 1 to 3lay8. Its action upon
the ytem Is remarkable and mytterloui. It
removes at onco tbe cause aud the dlieaMS Im
mediately disappears. Tho flrst dose greatly
benefltn. T5 cents aud 11,00. Sold. by U.K.
Once, Druggist. Ked Cloud.
IF YOU WANT TO
BUY, SELL, OR EX
or CITY PROPERTY
or Make a Loan
stutenco to life imprisonment. He is
in a cheerful framo of mind and is sat
isfied with the treatment accorded him
bv the prison authorities. There will
bo none of the sentimontal gush inci
dental to tho last days of Murderer
Rhea in Barker's case. Ho does not
care to receive visitors and has very
few callers aside from immediate rela
tives and his attorneys. The prison
authorities will permit only those visi
tors whom Barkor expresses a willing
ness to see to visit him. Lincoln Star.
Tho republican senatorial conveu
lion for tho twenty-sixth senatorial
district of Nebraska, comprising tho
couutios of Frauklin, Wobstor and
Nuckolls, will bo hold In tho court
house In tho city of Bloomlngton,
commeuclug at 10 o'clock a m. Aug
ust, 25, 1004, lu which convention
Franklin county Is entitled to 11 votes,
Wobster 13, Nuckolls 13
It Is recommondod that no proxies
bo admitted, and that thoso delegates
present from tho sovoral couutles bo
authorized to cast tho full vote of
their rospectivo counties.
W. F. Buck, J. W. Kelfkr,
Married, at tho to3idonco of the
bride's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. I M Fry,
on Fihliw eve. August G, at G o'clock,
Miua lJiwuln Uiuiii Frv to Mr. Adelbtit
A. Abel, Rev. U. . Brown otnolating.
The wedding match was played by
MUs Untb Johnson, and tho ceremony
was performed under a beautiful fl ral
bower. Following tho cort-moiiy, the
inarriiigo party, coupling of about
thirty person", partook cf a sumptuous
In iho evening a rccoption was ten
tiered Mr. and Mrs. Able at tho hosuit
able homo of Dr. and Mrs. Fry, about
fifty giusts being In attendance. In
tho receiving lino wire Miss Coin Fry,
Mr. and Mrs Atiol and Mr Uliss Kry
MUs Margin et Fry and Misi Ada Wer
ner looked after tho comfort of tho
gnosis, and punch was served in an
alcovo by Lois Starhuck and Lizzie
Elliott. In tho dinirg room, whlo
was prottilv decorated with cut tlowers,
a dainty twocourso luncheon was
sorved by Misses Benlah Fry and Not
tio Hill. Tho guests present from out
of town wero Mrs. Abel and daughters,
Misses Clara and Martha Abel, of Rod
Cloud, and Mr. Sloan of Geneva.
Many beautiful wedding gifts testi
fied to tho estoem in which tho happy
couple are hold by their many friends
There was also a conspicuous display
of tinware which the bride had recelv-
mi at a tin-shower riven in her honor
by Miss Laura Young tho week pre
vious. Mr. and Mrs. Abol escaped a shower
of rice by driving to Geneva at 5 o'clock
Saturday morning, where they
took tho North western for Chicago.
They will be at home to their friends
in Hebron after September 10.
DOINT FAIL TO SEE IS.
We will make you a
Low Rate Optional Loan,
interest collectable at
your home bank. Money
furnished as soon as the
Title is Perfect. We also
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The DIFFERENT STORE.
This is a different
name some of them.
store for many reasons. I'll
I never soil regular goods below cost. I do not, claim each week
that prices aro lower iliau tho previous wook.
I do not mark prices
miu king them down.
up aud then moke a grand staud play of
I sell Good Shoes at Reasonablo Prices.
I havo had more thun 15 years oxperlonco
leathor and Selling Shoes.
in Working with Shoo
I do not buy lu a hit or miss way, but tho shoes aro mado to my
ordor and my past oxporlonco with leathor onables mo to soloct
Shoos for you so you recolvo a nice Fit, Stylo, Comfort aud
I have just received a large stock of Ladles, Gents aud Chlldrous
iluo stylish and serviceable Shoes suitoblo for Summer, Fall and
Winter woar. Como and soo them. I repair all my shoos free
of charge, if theyrip or soles come of. I also havo a shoo ropalr
BOOTS and SHOES. H
RED CLOUD - - NEBRASKA
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