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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1904)
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Why is it that Ayer's Hair
Vigor does so many remark
able things? Because it is a
hair food. It feeds the hair,
puts new life into it. The hair
cannot keep from growing.
And gradually all the dark,
rich color of early life comes
back to gray hair.
"When t first inert Ajrr'i Hair VIor hit
talrWM about all (trur. Hut now It It Hire
rk-h lilsclc. nnd as Ilifck I could wlili."
Mm. fluAN KLorrENSTlK.f, TuicumbU,
J. C. ATETt CO.,
TIED CLOUD, NE1IIIASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
i George Newhouse, Editor.
Anna Tuli.eyb, Assistant Editor.
Entered t tne post office at lied Olond, Nob.as
Mod clan mall matter.
If nmlr.htrt on application.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, N. Y
ft'OR VICK I'ltKSIDF.NT.
O iARLES VV. FAIRBANKS, Iod
J U MICKEY.
IFott LlKUTKNANT (lOVKHNOIt.
k'ou SROitKTAitr or State.
A. UALUSIIA. .
J L M'HUIEN.
For Aitornky (Jknehai..
Vott Land Commissioner.
H. M. EATON
Fob v. s. Senator
E.J BURKE IT.
O. W. NORRI8.
Fob County Attorney
A. M. WALTERS.
Fob Co. Commissioner
3rd. Dibt , H. W. SAWYER.
C h. Dist. W. RICARDB.
Tho SulUu of Turkoy shares tho
Domocratlo four of Presidout Roose
"Russell Sage is 88 yours of ago and
rntod at il7Q,000,000. Ho should bo eli
gible for tho Domocratlo Vico-Prosl-loutlul
nomination in 1008.
Tfe Western Democrats who wore
iclamoring for Judgo Parker to break
liia silence did not expect him to break
their political hearts at tho sumo tlmo
At loast ono issuo of the campaign
Iiiih been settiod no mutter who is
elected governor, and that is, that tiio
next governor of Nebraska, wi 1 bo a
Tho Panama ( anal is anoth'r
achievement of which tho Democrats
complain only because it represents
Ilepuhlicuu ability to grapple with
perplexing and dltllcult problems.
Ex-President Clo eland professes to
fear President Uoosovcltaud tho army.
Mr. Cleveland should romomtcr that
1 Coxoy's armies do not march uudor
! R publlcau administrations.
n lino now rcbldouco....Pcuk
Lntta of Cowles, bought and shit;
Huo lot of potatoos.
Cowlos Tho school commenced
lust Monday.... Mis Milllo and Nan-,
nie Smith returned from Iowa, last
Tho following is tho judgomont of ( week.... Mrs. A. Peak returned from
tho Columbus telegram, ono of tho Franklin la t week ...O. W. Fuller
Btiongest democratic papers in tho has sold his lumber yard here, to tho
Red Cloud Lumber Co.... A bounc
ing baby boy at Baxter Burton's.
state, "Jho Roosevelt doctors will
beat lis fifty thousand votes in Ne
braska Every sonslblo man knows
this to bo true Thon what horso
hciiso Is there in talking presidential
politics. mmmmmm mmmm
Tho city of Auborn is making an ofTort
to muko it improfl'ablo for follows to
carry liquor to men who havo been
shut off at tho saloons. Ono man has
been fined f 50 and costs and another
was nrrestod and broke away from tho
olllcor on his way to jail. It would
soom to us that an effort of this kind
would bo appreciated by
saloon kcopnrs and general
kind was done in
something of this
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of News Found in The
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
This Week V v
Wo would suggest that aftor tho re
rmlon is over on September 10, that a
cumpmootiug would be right in lino
Touts, grounds and all that is noros
wiry would bo hero and thero are
enough ministers in town who could
conduct a campmooting in good shupo
It is follyrtocrltloizcrbavhl B. Hill
for his plan of managing a Democratic
campaign. Ho fully appreciates that
his party shows to tho boat advantage
when dlplomlc concealment is app iod
en Its record.
Guldo Rock Tho furnlturo storo
formerly owned by Wa t Ac Montgom
ery is now ownod by the Doudna Bros.
. ...Wm Sablu has sold his livory
stable to X. and S. Conn,... One of
our fair slstors downed tho war paint
last Tuesday, and with tho spado in
hand opened tho scalp of a certain
gentleman to an extent suillcicut to
warrant tho gentleman to cuuso her
arrest, and havo her bound ovor to
await tho action of tho grand jury
The bushiest men of the citr hive
almost universally agreed to tsko part
in a procetsinn which shall represent
their several branches of trade and In
tlutry on "Old Settlers Day, t o 9th
of September. Arrangements aro to bo
perfected to add to this procession
feututu which will fittingly show con
ditions in tho early seventies. A meet
ing will bo held in County Judge's
ollico on Fiiday evening next, an eight
o'clock to select the appropriate com
mittees and olllccrs to take charge of
the procession. All of tho merchants
who havo been syen snvo two have
agreed to bo present at this meeting.
Let every ono interested be suro to
R I). Fulton, President.
Real Estate Transfers,
Transfers for week ending Wedno'
dtiy, August 21, furnished by J. H.
Bitiloy of Webster County Abstract
Anton Larson o Henry Hansen
! 114 18.1-12 wd l
J. L. Fullor and wifo t- Fuller
and Good lots 14 to 18 blk 2
and lot 3 blk 13 Cowles wd
John McCa lum jrto Albert W
Ruste2se4 12 3 13 wd
Dianna Husten and husband to
Jos. S. Hnskins lots 14 to 10
blk 2 Guide Rock wd 300
C E. Perkins jr to Win. A Klutt
jr lots 4 and 5 blk 5 Blue Hill wd 30
Eliznbeth M. Smith to Smith
Bros. w2 and w3 nc4 13 2 11 wd 1
C. E Porkins and wife to Ralph
A. Sunnier ne4 22 8 10 wd 3000
Pemelt B. Howard et al to Fan
nie MoCune lota 4 S and G blk
0 La Dues add to Red Cloud wd
Samuol Stnith to Robt P. Fortune'
lots 10 to 24 blk 5 Smith and
Moores add to Red Cloud wd. .'
Geo. W. Farney to Clarence H.
Wilson e2 nw4 8 2 12 wd 1150
Ira L Paul and wife to Morgan
H. Davis lots 1 2 and 8 blk 18
Cowles wd 500
Mortgages filed $5400
Mortgages released 32800.
T-- - --
Never wear a GORDON Hat
That's about the only place it
isn't good to look at, comfortable
and as stylish as style.
Some $5.00 hats look like they
had been slept in even when al
' GORDON Hats hold their
y brilliancy of colour to the end.
Wake up ! See the fall styles
,? to-day. $3.00.
Tho Valley Ilousu now runs an in
dependent free 'bus.
Thnnk's to Henry Mnurer for a nice
A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Ruth
rock died on Wednesday.
J. II. Remsborg of Now Mexico, bus
decided to locate in Rod Cloud.
Mr. T. C. Hucker will soon bo ublo
to inovo into his now residence
C. W. Kuley and Sheriff Warren
took in the republican convention at
Dr. Datuoroll is building n now barn.
This will bo (inito uu udditiou to his
Our friond A. Mprhort nnd family,
will muko an extended visit in Illinois
Mrs. S. F. Spokesllold was in Hobron
this week utteudiug tho fuuorul of her
daughter's little child.
Ed Hlghlahd has moved into bisnow
residouco on tho corner of Codur street
and second avonue.
Curt Evans has an elegant weathor
rooster surmonting his now barn. All
can now to'l which way tho wind blows.
On Wednesday tho young ladies
gave a leap year party at Moshor's
Miss Etta Do Hart of Illinois, is in
town visiting her sister, Mrs. Calmes
J. L. Miner is in Chicago on business
for tho flim of Miner Bros.
Attorney J. M. ChafQn of Guide
Rock, visited thjs city Tuesday. Ap
pearoncos would seotn to iudicuto
matrimony in the near future.
Miss Carrlo Minor invited a number
of her young friends to spend tho
ovoning at hor parent's residonco on
Tuesday ovoning. All report u plea
Tho roturu garao of bnso ball be
tween tho second ulno of Guido Rook
and Red Cloud was played hero on
Wodnesday afternoon, with tho fol
lowing result: Guldo Rock 17, and
Red Cloud 21
W. G Knight and wife, of Innvale,
have returned to Webstor county
urtor Hojouriug in Minnesota for
several weeks. They report having
iNitu ... . ., ,,
ouu unouior coiuriuution to our
nlroady unique agricultural dopart
mont, comos from Mr. L II Huskins
Penny creek It is a "big sunllowor"
measuring 1 1 feet in height and too
groat a diameter for utility as a wood
On last Saturday tho Forty-ilrst
dlstr et representative convention
mot in tho court house in this citv and
organized by electing J II Shugart as
uhiirmnu, and F.R.Gumpussecrotary.
F R. Gump in 11 few well ohoson words
put in nomination, J. L. Kuloy for
On next Monday tho Red Cloud
public schools will upon for tho ensu-
uigiorm j no following will bo tho
corps or Instructors:
Principal Prof. O. L Ebaugh.
Assistant Miss Eva J.Kim?.
Grummor room Miss May Lindloy
First Primarj- Miss Myra Brewer
Tho Red Cloud mills aro doing ox
collont work, and aro running night
and day to their full capacity. We
hear tholr Hour spoken or in neighbor
ing townn whoro it is bold as being of
very Miporior quality.
At iiiuoethuof tho nnti-niononotv
I ''"..'.'.ty'1 ooiniltoo, tho following named
poibouHwero appointed as an oxocu.
tlvo committee, an 1 nie authoii.od to 8'l,,'lj "" w'f"' "" ",Hiuf living
proiont tho names of persons for tho Bnston. and other rohitives Infug
1 various ouiees to tho mass county con- Ulucago. Ho was always a consistant
venlion: F Hoiiehlu. V X. Richard. 'oluistiun mid member of the fitil.nli.,
Maty E. Pierpont.
Mrs. Mary E Piorpont died
homo of her brother, Luther
near Mundon, Kans , August 19 The
remains woro.brought to her late home
ear Inavale, Satunlay evening and
funeral services, conducted by the Rev.
W.T. Taylor of tho Inavale M. E
churoh, were held Sunday afternoon,
at 1 o'clock. Interment was in the
cemetery at Riverton. Mrs. Pierpnnt
was born near Marysville, Mo , July 23,
1807 and on November 2, 1881 was
married to Mr. E Pierpont. For the
past iivo yenrs the family have made
Nebraska their homo. Sho leaves to
mourn iter loss a nusuatiu, two sons
and two daughters, father, mother,
three sisters and two brothers. At the
ago of in sho joined the Methodist
chinch and at the timo of her death
was a member of tho Lono Tree
Thomas Bonnarton died at his homo
in this city, Thursday morning at about
3 o'clock, after a lingering illness of
some woekB duration. Funeral scr
vices will bo held in tho Catholic
church tomorrow, Saturday morning
at 10 o'clock. Mr. Connarton was born
at Ross Common, Ireland, ai d was 74
years of ago at the timo of his death.
Ho caiiio to tho United Stntes in 1834,
miming at uosiou anu in iso;i no mov
ed to Chicago and aftorwnrds lived at
Odell and other places in Illinois work
ing ou tho farms and becoming ac
quainted yjiih American methods of
fanning. Ho was married in 1839 to
Miss Maria McClelland. Only one
child was born to thorn which died in
intincy i wonty-ono years ago Inst
Match ho settled on a furm in Smith
county, K'Uis , where he lived until
lust Much when ho moved to Red
Cloud, lie loaves to mourn ills loss bo-
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 STOREY, The Clothier.
To the Public
Having purchased Chus.
Wadell's meat market, wo
extend to you a hearty lu
vitatiou visit us and become
better acquainted and also,
when looking for good tlrst
class meat, we ask you to
givo us n trial.
Wo aro satisfied wo can
wo can pleuso you.
Yours for business,
FEIS & SEARS
IN THE CITY
Old Poatottlcm Building.
hon, l) R Holvern, Ed Motculf, nnd
L. D Cituitin.
I Titos. Vauoun, Chairman.
F. IIouoiiin, Secretary.
ElmCieok-T. J. Ward of Cowles,
was buying hogs at Tnlr pricos this
weok ...Mr. Brlco Franco is building
church, was a most excellent neighbor
and kind frh nd. Tim boicuvoil wife
litis thus) mp.ithy of u host of friends
That Settle's It.
When a Colorado fund stoco walk is
laid that settles it. See Ovcring Bios.
& Co. for prices.
Don't lot vour heart bo troubled by
tho muu who comes back and tolls
what wonderful success ho his had us
u result of leaving his homo town. It
is well onough for tho snko of pollto
noss to listen to his stories of immense
business deals, or fabulous salaries, or
wonderful offers which ho was com
pollod to rof uso becauso ho was offored
still moro by somo 0110 olso, but dou't
swallow tho tales. Tho men who go
away aud succeed do not need t' toll
of tholr success. You hoar of tholr
success! it speaks for itself. You aro
doing bettor than tho choap monkeys
that havo to megaphone tholr succoss.
Attempt to follow their examplo and
you wi 1 moot with dlsastor.
RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY.
Mymio Cure for Khemuatlim and NourMgla
radically cures tu Ho fjilaj a. It action upon
tho fBtcm Is remarkable and mysterious. It
removes at onco tlio cauo and the dlscaco Im
mediately disappear. The first dose Breatly
benefits. , 75 rents and 91,00. Sold by U. K.
Once DriigKlst. Red Cloud.
Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, A Powder.
To shako into your shoes. It rests
tho feet. Makes wtdking easy. , Cures
corns, butiirn, ingrowing n-iiU, swollen
and sweating feet. At all druggists
and shoo (.toies, 25c. Don't accept a
substitute. S.implo froo. AiUinsi,
Allot! S. Oliubted.'LeRoy, N. Y.
HaklnJ Friends Every Day.
Tills can ttuthltilly bo tald of Jell-o
ice ci tmiu powder, tho now piotluct
for making the most dolioiou ice cream
you cioratejevei) thing in tho pack
age Nothing ta.ts so good In hot
weather. All grocers au plsci:g it hi
stuck. If our grocer can't supply
you tend 25u for 2 packages by mail.
Four kinds: Vmilln, Ohocolato, Straw
beiryand uulltvoied. Address, The
(lonesoo 1'uro Food Co., B ix 295, Lp
Roy. N. Y.
R TT MI7I7I? TV f MVClJC A n cri t a i-. o "
-. . . i.niix, u. 1. mijci.o, . L. OliLLrtlU S
President, Vice President, Sec. and Treas.
IF YOU WANT TO
BUY, SELL, OR EX
or CITY PROPERTY
! or Make a Loan I
D0NT FAII 10 SEE IIS.
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
THE HED GIiOflD HWESTfflEflT
The DIFFERENT STORE.
This is a different store for
name some of them.
many reasons. ,!'.
I never soil rogulai
that pricos aro low
I do uot mark prii
marking thorn dov
I soil Good Shoos j
I havo had moro tt
leathor and Sollini
I do not buy in a
order and my pit
Shoes for you w
I havo just rocoive
lino stylish nnd koi
Winter wear. Coi:
of charge, If thoy
ids below cost. I do not claim each week
ian tho previous week. y
up and thon make a grand stand play of
&asonnblo Prices. '
15 years exporlence' in Working with Sho
1r miss way, but tho shoes aro mado to my
ixporlonco with loatheronublos mn in snlnnh
fjou rocelvo a nico Fit. Rtvln. r!nmfn.f an.i
I a largo stock qt Ladles, Gouts and Childrens
rkjjablo Shoes suitablo for Summor, Fall and
jid'soo thorn. I repair all my shoos free
ir boies como or. I also havo a shoo ropalr-
. 1 ' ' s ..
HBNm DIBDBPICH S
SIi-iTS ' I
BOWS and SHOES.
RED CLWUD - - NEBRASKA
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