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All the Hat you could want for
$3.00 if it's a GORDON.
Quality, and again
Style means what a Hat looks
Quality means what it looks
like three montjis from to-day.
There are trood Sc.oo hats.
But not more than 3.00 of the
price is for HAT.
GORDON Hats $3.00.
HEU CLOUD, NEUIIASKA.
PUBLISHED EVEHY FRIDAY.
Gkorcir Newhoii.se, Editor.
Entered t tno pout omro at Itd Cloud, Ncb.M
Furnished on npilluntlon.
TELEPHONE. SEVEN - TWO
THKOnOKK HOOSKVELT, N
jfou vick i'iiksihi:nt.
C IAULKS W. FAlllUANKS, Inil
J II MIC'KKY.
Foil I.IKUTKNANr CoVKIINOIt
K (i M'CSIIi'ON.
J. Ii M'lMIEN.
(OK AlTOUNKV (iKNKIIAI..
Fou Kami Commissioned.
Foil V, 8 MtNATOII
O. V. NOHUIS
Fon Sknatoii ok lit! Dist.
E. J. PEIEKSON.
O. W. KAI.EY
Foil County Attoiinet
A. M. WALTERS.
For Co. Commissionkii
rd. Diht, H.W SAWYER.
Cih. Diht. W. RICHARDS.
When ono rombers tho long and
fierce opposition which tho Democrats
undo during tho last sosslon of Con
press to tho ratification of tho Pana
ma treaty, it Is at least uoticablo that
tho whole question of tho canal writ
, lug from Baltimoio, saya: "Our advo
Kudos coudomu tho moans whereby
our opiortunlty to build iho canal was
acipiirodus robbery and a national di
raoo: but thoy show no disposition
whatever to undo tho wrung thoy do
nouueo; thoy doclato tho goods Htolon
Imt thoy propose to keep and uso as
their own those goods."
Politicians in Indiana aro somewhat
pjzzlod over an, orgaulatiou calling
,Usolf "Tho Hallway Emptors' lode
pendent Political League of Amorica "
It claims tliat Parker Htands for Clo o
and, that Cleveland stands for Par
ker, and both stand for Olney who is
in favor of any policy perpetuating
plutocracy ovon by tho uso of bayonets
bullets and blanket injunctions."
This is rathor strong, and probably
Mr Oluoy would deny tho soft lin
Kaohmont. 'Ihero aro those who
luno thought that 1 all way employers
did not object to injunctions. It is a
Sometimes the hair is not
properly nourished. It suffers
for food, starves. Then it
falls out, turns prematurely
gray. Ayer's Hair Vigor is a
nair rood, it reeds, nourishes,
The hair stops falling, grows
long and heavy, and all dan
"My hlr wa coming out terrlhlr. I wai
almost afraid to comlilt. Hut Ayer't llalr
Vlltor I'roimitlj itoiipml the fallliiK.and alio
re.tored the natural color,"
Mill. . O. K. WAUD. Landing. N. J.
f '00 1 bottle. j. c. avkii co
Aiiiimiruilli. . I.nlt MRU.
mmmmmmmmtt AUI mmmammmmtm
It cannot bo said of President (loose
volt, us S. 'J'. I olciidgu mild of Mr. Pitt,
who wus tlio I'rlnio Minister of ling
land one hundred years two, that ho
had hocn "weather-fended from all
tho elements of oxporieneo " 'J hero
has never bocn 11 President who had 11
stall of tlio Units to llnil them
sides with tlndr employes,
larger or more extensive ..xporloneo "' -- 1h more to bo cor,
1 r..i ........ ..r leiiined than many other kinds. It is
'"'' U""""1H ""'"" "" "'
men than Theo. Hoosovelt. Add to
this his largo oxcoutlvo o.xperlouco
before ho becamo president. And thou
add to all this tho fact that ho is col
logo bred, and has road and written
books. Whoro else do we lluil all those
olemeulscombiued inono man 1 Soino
0110 in Kuropo has teooutly said that
President Hoosovelt is tlio only living
ruler who has over led u 1 oKimuut uputi
an actual Held of battle.
The uiluo of public gatherings can
not bo determined with exactness. Wo
may however discover a few advant
ages that, impress themselves upon
ones attention which contains a fow
elements .of certainly. For instance
when lufsgonoially beliovcd that an
unusual number of people will con
gregate in a certain city or town on
a certain date tho inhabitants of that
city or town will endeavor to make
tho rftieets as attiactuo as possible,
furnish provision for tho comfort of
the guests and in general show tho
Lo)t front possible.
Much was douo in Red Cloud before
the letinion and much more might
hao been done but we liaui accustom
ed ourselves by this experience to the
thought of llxlng up and it will bo
easier next time. Again the merchant
take especial pains to display their
waies to tho best advautag , bring out
thocoidial smile and "spruce up" as
much as their individual peculaiitios
will admit. The lawyer and tho pol-
tician (111 themselves with tlio best
stories and jokes and fortify their
memory ngalnst mistakes of recogni
tion by ovoiy moans in their powor.
Tho pop-corn mail the peanut vendor
in fact every citizen in somo way pro
paros himself for tho evontful day,
so that theie is a distinct improvmout
in nil linos and this nlono exhibits a
value which iu itself might justify a
largo public gath ring. The physio
logical eiroct might in tiino bo su
tllciont to produce a porniaiiolit and
bonollcial change iu the aspects of the
Hut thero is another value. Tho city
obtains u degroo of advertising iu tho
surrounding country which is un
questionably invaluable providing tho
advertising is of the right character.
Evory tlmo a name is mentioned in
any connection whatever that name
receives just that much advertising-
When once a stranger visits 11 city It
is easy to visit again and soon tho
stangor is a frequent enough caller to
bo called a regular customer and thoro
you Iihvo another vuluablo asset.
Public gathorlngs promote intellect
ual activity. Usually tho best spoak
ors aro on tho platform and no ono
can tell whoro a single sontonco, pro-
haps, will oud should it fall iu a ro
coptivo mind. Thoro is tho greatest
opportunity for ambltlon-t to bo quick
ened, character to develop, view of
life eulargod that one cou'd wish.
People from different sections ox-
a'mugo exporbnees and every 0 e i s
ooiielitod Somo young man or young
woman may got an inspiiatiou or an
idea that will change tho whole life
ami theie Is a possibility of some seed
of thought dropped perhaps from somo
thoughtless tale, which will tako root
In somo mind and produco sixty or
seventy fo d.
The Chikf deslros 10 call attention to
form of ovll which exists iu Rod loud
and llouiishos just as extensively iu
other lorn ities. Wo refer to tho
pornicious habit of procuring liquor
for persons who aro unable to pur
chaso th llory liquid themselves
Pernicious because in the end it
works tho most harm to the individual.
Uy his excossos ho has forfoltod his
position among mon and is no longer
nolo to judge what aro his rightful
needs. His reason is thrust in tho
background ami ho permits tho ono
t Idea to contiol his actions When the
individual reaches this stago tho right
ful parties who should assumo, in a
1 mlted way, his actions aro his own
family and no other mombor of sociolv
should interior with their do-ires.
Tho road to ti no liberty la dotted
with prohibitions and icstrlctions.
It may be that tho ones who assume
charge utitlo tho least uvallablo
method iu getting iho unfortunate
pjrson to forget hlmsoir and lt lil
mind directed Into othor channels
but that may bo an error in judgement
or lack of knowledge At any rato in
torforenco Is luo.xctisab 0.
Thoro may bo many reasons why
cortain parties ciiuumvontj the law in
getting liquor for thoso who have been
"black-listed" but thoy aio all nn rj or
loss damnable. Borne comply with the
request bocause it Is tho oaslost way
out of it. Thoy think the only wiy
to manifest good fellowship is to give
what is asked f hothor it is of real
value or no : anything to savo the
L don't need protection
they make their own
friends and hold them.
Imported Gloves take
warning. $ 1 .50.
friend from proont hardship Any
thing so thoy will ho loft alone. Tho
HlirinkiiiK ones duty showing himself
eowardlvand niakiiiu a sneak thief of
1 . .
iiimscu. too cimraoior wuiun moos
anythtngwatitcd provldod niimbor 0110
is not molested is more daugerious
than the downright out and out criin
nial because uiisuiiioct'd,
Another class soil tlnmsolvos for
a fow paltiy cents and euro not
whether the individual drinks till ho
dies or not as long as ho is willing to
pay a littlo above markot price for a
'I hoso aro of tho loss respectable
elomont but nono tho loss harmful
'I ho question is bn a I, tho sufferitn;
i heavy and many volumes might bo
written about tho real sudors but It is
sulllcient to say that any ono caught
in tho act of violating tho law should
bo punished to tho full extent.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of News Found in Tho
Chief of Twenty Years Atfo
This Week y
Fred Uirknor is building an addition
to his houso.
Mrs. Haney will cominonce building
a residence In a fow days
S. Perkins and wlfo left Thursdaj
for a two weeks visit iu I" on or
J. M, Mattix- ran a nail in his foot
and as a consequonco has been laid up
for a week.
S P. Rotiudtren nn nld nnlm..l l-
thor talkod to somo of our people
A. Lnirerbach's littlo (laughter was
run over by a toam I hursday, fortun
at y escaping serious injury.
W. B. Roby got a sovoro fall while
biiiUiiugupigpenttud has boon laid
up for foveral days.
Thoro will bo a baskt picnic and
prouching at II. D, Simon's grovo Sun
day. Fred Schnobel of New Mexico who
lias been visiting his niothor Mrs. Fred
iMewnonso, has gone to Omaha whore
he willrojidw in thefutuio.
A fellow, a few days since took a
bushol of corn from a farmers field to
food his teem It cost him SIS be:ore
ho was through with It.
Last Thursday Eljah Horriok living
nour Hicks killed a wild cat measuring
four foot in longth aud weighing thirty
Tho twolfth nnnual fair of tho Wob
stor county agricultural cocloty openod
Wednesday Septombor 17. Good nub
stantial pons und stalls wore erected
for stocs aud n llrst class floral hall
was put up for tho disnlav of tlm in
arts and farm products. 'I ho following
woro exhibitors In flnrnl hii.T t.
Miller, harnoss and snddlnrv: i win
nor, clothing, boots mid shoos; Mor"
hnrUfc Fulton, stoves and hardwaio
. L. Unkor, furu i ure; Spunoglo &
tunk organs; Red Cloud nirri.,
work, buggies; A. H. Urown, marblo
and granite h.xidufnnnu ,.,i
ments; A. A. Popo, agricultural mn
clnlnory, A. Cook, boots and shoos
and Mr. cMillau, hardwaro; Mrs. D.
I erry, oi C nvles, fancy work and Mrs.
W. II. Cook, of Red Cloud somo lino
ombroideiyund Mrs. Forrester somo
point lace; I,. II. Rst displayed somo
lino apples and othor fruits ho did
Mr. A.McCalhE M Stover exhibited
a hwarm of his imported bees and
John Wllho'mson somo lino honey
John A ult. had mango popper; Capt
Mmsol, banano nmthmoloiihiiiiri Inrgo
tomato; W. A. McKelghan. f,q ,ash; C.
Coon corn and Georgo DoWitt,
broom com. In tho stock department
F. II. Mellers and (J. Ranoy woro tho
piincipal oxhlbtors of , hogs
W. A, MoKolghan showod throo flno
col s and Poter Marsdon ovhibitod
somo shot t horn emtio as also did tho
Mol'all brothers and James (illhani
I hree horses were ontored In tho
country trot on Wednesday and was
won by Royal Georgo owned by David
l.utz; Jack mith, owned by J S.'Roth
rock, seemed second aud rnniiio G
owned by John Garber, received th rd
I em Hlgby has built a now houso
south of ir Kinsojis
Mrs. .1 (i DoddandMrs D.H.Span
oglo wero iu Hastings this week.
Sam iarbor has takon a position iu
C Wlonors clothing store.
E. M. Moror n-clovod two Italian
bees, tho tlrst of tho weok, from hunk
I'aldwi of unchoui, itormany. Ihoy
woioeighteen days on the tlantio
Hobort Rounds who was sovorly cut
by a mowing muchiuo is again ablo
to be up aud around
Tho Miporior and Ro 1 Cloud bate
ball nines crossed huts in Rod Cloud
Friday. Red Cloud won by a score of
II to 10.
buy that Suit or Overcoat untill you
have looked over the New line. I am
1 am satisfiied that I can "Suit you
or Coat you" and that you will be
The Store is full of good things.
There are plenty of clerks to show
them to you.
The prices are "PLAIN FIGURE"
prices and "No Monkey Business".
I want to see You and
you Ought to see me.
To the Public
Having purchased Chas.
Wadoll's moat markot, we
oxtotid to you a hoarty lu
vitatiou visit us aud become
hotter acquainted aud also,
wbon looking for good llrst
cluss moat, we ask you to
give us a trial.
We are satisfied we can
we can please you.
Yours for business,
FEIS & SEARS
IN THE CITY
Old Postbfflco Building.
of Freeport, III., and the
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County.
Look up your policy
and see me.
O. Cm TEELm
STOREY, The Clothier.
B. F. MIZER, D. J. MYERS, A. B. SELLARS,
President, Vice President, Sec. and Treas.
Don't fail to see
us before you buy
a farm. We hare
a large list to select
from and can suit
or Make a Loan
DONT FAIL 10 SEE IS.
If you are going
to make a farm loan
call on us. We can
make you a long
time, optional loan
at a low rate.
I THE RED CLOUD
42 Piece Dinner Sets Given
With every 10 cent purchase, either in cash or
produce, we will give you a coupon bering a number
and entitling you to a chance in the drawing.
We have already given three sets away.
We sell you Groceries as cheap or cheaper than you can
get them elsewhere and besides give you an opportunity to
get one of these handsome sets Free.
ALBRIGHT and RIFE.
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