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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1904)
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GORDON Hats hold their
'1 here's a good bit more in
that than appears on the surface.
For to Hold its Shape a hat
must be made of the very bc9t
Materials, put together in the
very best Way.
GORDON Hats never look
old even when they've outlived
their style. ?3.oo.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
Geohoe Newhousk, Editor.
On year II ou
U mouth SO
Intorod at tno pott otneo at Hod Cloud, Nob. at
ootid oliuitnill manor.
furnished on application.
TMKODOHK HOOSKVELT, N. Y.
Foil VIOK l'llKSIDKNT.
C rlMUiKS W. FAIUMANKS, lad
J. Ii MICKEY.
Foil L.1KUTKNANT (iOVKHNOIt.
E. (i M'UILTON.
Foil Skoiiktauv ok Statu.
E. M. SEARLE.
Foil Tit KA8UltK.lt.
For Attornkt (iknkual.
Fob Land Commissioner.
For u. s. Senator
E.J. BURKE IT.
O. W. NORR18.
Fon Senator op 'M Dist.
C. W. KALEY.
Foil County Attorney
A. M. WALTERS.
For Co. Commissioner
3rd. Dist , H. W. SAWYER.
5 h. Dist. W. RICHARDS.
The pronpeots for acompleto Ropub
lican victory in this county November
8 aro very bright.
Tho Hastings Republican forco must
havo hnd u good timo Sunday. Mon
day ovening's Republican had its head
line revorsod. This is tho way it toad:
It is amusing to watch tho World
Herald's manipulation of tho Lincoln
News' anti-administration editorials,
claiming the News is n Republican
paper. The News has never stood for
anything in oartio alar and is a rone
gade of the blackest tpyo.
In another column we publish a tine
photogravure of A. Galusba of this
city, Ropublicau candidate for secre
tary of state, together with a brief but
very complimentary skotoh from the
Seward Blado, which shows tho fooling
with which Mr. Galusba is regarded in
the city which was his home bo fore ho
ramo to Red Cloud
Tho loading papers of Hastings, tho
Ropublicau (I)om ) and tho Tribuuo
(Rup ) hav for tho past two woeks been
engaged in a wnr of words over tho
notion of tho Hluo Hill convention in
turning down F. A. Sweozy for float
representative. It sooms that Charley
Putnam, chiirmnn of tho oouvoutton,
has refused to sign tho certitlcute of
uomluatiou for Eric Johiibon of Hast-
To be sure, you are growlne
old. But why let everybody
see It, in your gray hair?
Keep your hair dark and rich
and postpone age. If you will
only use Ayer's Hair Vigor,
your gxay hair will soon have
all ihedeeD. rich color of
youth. Sold for 60 years.
"I am noirprer 60 rears old. and I hare
wonder To overrono wlio it. Anl uoti
crar hair In It, all duo to Ayer'a Hair Vlepr."
a thick, Bloxr
r To overrono wlio It. Ami uota
1.00 a bottle.
J. O. AYBB CO.,
itiKt who was tho choico ot tho conven
ttoti, cliilmliiK that tho Webster county
delegation wns not tliirly trontod. Lot
thotn light it out both candidates ttio
residents of Hustings.
A. Gnlushn, republican candidate
for socrotury of statu, 1b a compara
tively youtm man who has shovtU tlio
elements of succors In bin earoor. Or
plumed nt tin oarly ago Mr. Uiilushu
lias had to combat, llfo'n obstacles nc
cording to bis own judgment nnd
ability. Placed thus bo many fall, or
at least drift into obscurity, that in
contrast Mr. (Jalusha's busluoss success
is particularly crcditnblo to him Tho
qtiulltlos which distinguish him are of
tho kind thnt w.irrant us in boliovlng
that his olectlou to tho ofllco for which
ho is a cauilidnto will bo an excellent
aud safe move Hastings Tribune,
Tlio wildest dreams of fancy, thu
most oxtravanaut flights Into tlio misty
realms of tho unknown, the most pro
found iudulgonco in reveries could not
equal tlio actual, vivid canino demon
strations of tho past fnw nights.
From tho deepest stugo of profound
slumber to tlio wldo-iiwuko startling
howls and lamentations of u thousand
curs Is far from pleasant For months
past tho town has been btirdonod with
dogs or ovory description aud wo hum
bly suggest to tho powers that bo that
they take some vlgoiotis nieasuics to
abato tho nuisance. Common dogs,
hounds, spanleli, terriers and curs
unite to male tho night hideous and
terrifying. Wits thoro a singlo dog
tax collected this year ? Wo should
judge not, but some measure should bo
adopted, and that speedily.
While enjoying the beneficent effects
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(From tho Seward Dlade.)
An old Seward county boy who has mado his mark in tho world and al
though he is at present a citizen of Red Cloud, Nob , yet wo fool that Seward
county has a right to claim him as we sent him out to battle with tho world in
his young manhood.
ai, ns wo all learned to call him, was
duly autn, ibud, but moved at the age of
wnero no was ouueatod in tho academy. Ho struck the great western truil
which led him to Seward in 1882, whoro ho clerked lu a storo aud gained muuy
frlonds who woll remouber h ui as a bright youug niau of good character and
very uttentlvo to business
lu 188(1 ho wont to Rod Cloud and was for many years ongagod in tho mer
cantile business, but is at orosont traveling as a salesman, and although ho
has Just boon nominated by tho Stnt Ropublicau convention to bo their stan
dard bonier for S-orotary of Stato, iustond of traversing ibo state looking for
votos, ho is attending strictly to his employer's business, and wo judge tho
people will reconizo that important fact.
Mr (Jtilusha is an houor.tblo member of ibo Masonic order Blue Lodgo
No ftl, at Red Cloud, also of chaptor No 10 nnd Cyrouo Commatnlory No 11.
Ho is 11 momb-r of tho A. O. U W. No. CO at his homo, is a mombor of tho
Grand lodgo and secretary of tho linnnco committee.
of nature's swoot restorer, w 0 havo a de
cided antipiitly to being rudely await
onod by such frightful incantations us
havo distui bod tho (pilot and repose of
all honest cl izons. Might wo humbly
suggest that tho county authorities
givo tlio dogs 11 passing notlco ?
Tmsdny oveuihg at tho homo of Mr.
nnd Mis. C. F. Cather occulted the
immittge of tluir daughter, Jessica
Viigiinn, to Jmues William Auld.
T110 house was hnmlsoiuuly decora
moil with yellow ami white chrysan
themums ami lighted with yellow aud
white caudles, At 0:30, to tho strains
of the wedding nmrcli played by Miss
Irene Miner, Hie bridal procession ap
peared, led by Rev. W. II. Willahan,
unstorottho Baptist church, followed
by little Jennie Minor beurinc the liuu
on a white satin pillow. Next ciimo the
brldesiuiiid nnd best man in thn poisons
ot Miss Gertrude Coon and Mr. Doug
lass Gather. Tlio bride emoted lean
ing un her father's arm, mid Mrs
Cather followed on tho arm of the
groom Tho iuipnjssivo ring ceremony
of the Kul-'CDpal chinch wns used by
Rev. Willahan, and after the happy
coitulo had received the congratulii
tiiUB of tho guests an elegant wed
ding supper nus served. The tables
were beautiful with their decorations
THE GORDON i?
distinctly a Gentleman's
glove from the minute you
put it on till it's all worn out.
And that's a long, long time.
of roses ami carnations, yellow candles
Mieilriing a soft glow over the rich cut
gin nnd sllvor.
Only tint P. E O. goololy, of which
(he bride is a member, and a few inti
mate friend wore present, besides the
relative of the bride and groom.
The many presents of cut glass, sll
ver. ohlna nnd pictures were inter
pcrsitd with n generous number of
Tlio bride woro n rrenm cropo do
cliino drc-H over cream silk, with
01 it 11 ire blossoms in her hair, mid car
ried a boiKiuet of bride's loses. Miss
Coon, us uridosnmid, wo e a yellow
silk tissue and can led vellow loses.
Mr. and Mrs. A u Id left 011 thn two
o'clock ti am for a short trip toS'.M'UH.
The out of town miosis were Mrs,
Alibi, f 1 0111 Iowa, T.W. Auld of l.ln
coin, Miss Miuphy of Oxfoid and Mr.
Doiigln'S Chther of C-iovonne, Vca.
The bride is a native of Frederick
county, Vuginin, nnd came to this
county with her pni cuts In the enrly
'80s. For the punt two yenrs she hits
been one of the most successful nnd
popular teachers in the public schools.
"Will" Auld, as ho Is popularly
known, was born in Minion county,
Iowa, twenty eight .years ago. He is
nt present cashier and malinger of the
Slate IJ ink of Red Cloud, and Is one
of the most piomisiug young businiH
111 u nt the city.
Tnelinppy couple have tho best wish
es of a host of friends.
That Settle's It.
When a Colorado sand stono wnlk is
laid that si tiles it. See Overing Uio.
& Co. for prices.
born at Franklin Falls, Now York,
eight to Lauroncoville, same state,
Kansas City Market.
Special to Tiik Cuikf.
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 4 An-
oinor ueciiiie 01 w 10 -JU cents on
Hourly till kinds of onttlo hist week
nut nrices 'tbutit down In tint II. ..H
and has had tho effect of causing mod-
orato receipts ut all the markets llrst
two du mi of thli week. Top prico
today Is ?0, 11 llttlo more than banio
steets would havo sold for last week.
Grass steers sell at 3 25 to 81.25, and
thoso that havo had considerable
amount of imiin rnnidlv irriub. .. 1..
pi ice. Grass cows bring 82.25 to S3 25,
aim iiuucis u uic.j.ki; very nttio dry
lotshobtuiris being marketed. Choico
Unlit veal cnlvos lirincr un tn 4r, nn i..,f
coar.so and heavy calves seldom roach
J 1 75, stock calvos ruugo from $4 down.
Good to choico heavy, dehorned feod
ors now sell ut 1.17.1 tol 'V nuifn tin...
thoy have I eon bringing lately, but
iiuiiiuiid hum 151'uiua uuh tor mis Kind.
Choico stock also bring somo more,
$3.50 to $-1 but tho moditini to common
grades on both stockors and feodors
nro not, uiiicit ciiaugeu in prtco from
tho low point, J2.25 to 8.1 25. Stock she
stuff and feoditnr bulls sell nt. . tr
82.50, It isthunght that nricos will
not go any loor, as nny docllnu will
chock tho receipts, with tho olfect of
immediately rostorlug prices.
ThO hOU run todav is reinurlmhln tnr
two reasons, it is tho hoavlost ruo
thsyCitr, and tho quality Is the best
rorn mouth past xotui nog suppiy
atall tho markets during September
foil ofr 15 per cent from Hep umber
last yea , but for tho past week packers
havo b, on conducting u successful
bear campaign Today, however, thy
bid up 11 nickel, and top is 85.05 only
15 cents under last Tuesday, when top
wns hlglitest of tho seiibon. Hulk of
sales today tDTBtofoOO, with heavy
hogs bringing most money
Tho very liberal runs of Western
sheep nro being taken enro of in good
shupo by tlio packors at stoody prices.
Lambs bring up to 15.25, muttons 13.25
to $3 85, fat owes 13 to WJ5. Feodors
in local torritory nro gottlng ptouty of
stuff now, but demand shows no falling
oir. Stock owes bring 2.7G to 13,50,
feeding wethers and yearlings 13.25 to
$3 05, lambs 13 75 to 11.25.
J A RlCK.vnT.
Live Stock Correspoutiont.
Opera House Will Be Refitted.
Messtc. .Viii'hait and Mizer, owners
and lUHiiiiguis of ihe Red C mid Opera
House, have iual 1110 welcome an
nouuceinent that the hniise is to bo eti
tirelyietitlod and will bo open to the
public this wi.ler. Tho stage will bo
rebuilt, now wceneiy pioeured and the
lutci inr of tho building thoroughly
overhauled. Pnlmor and Hrowu have
the contract for tho carpenter work.
Work on tho repairs will commence
Advertised Letter List.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for nt postolllco nt Red Cloud, Nob ,
for the week ending Oct. 0, 1001:
(eo. H. Cnseholt, Clyde G minion,
Oleti Mitchell, Ilrico Mi. lor, Albert
Noiriey, Union Thompson.
These will be sent 10 tho dead lettor
olllco Out. 20. 1001, if not called
for befoie. When calling for nbovo
please say "advertised."
T. C. IIackkh, Postmaster.
Pl&s for Sale '
O. I. C. White, both sexes, stvoo
months old, at pUv.-e foimerly occupied
by Hairy Sowter. W. V. Ukai.. 42
Francis Hartel, who lias been in the
city f r several days endeavoring to
oiganizo a branch tf tho North Amerl
can Union, an insutance older, is
meeting with considerable oncouingo
ment. To the Public
Huving purchased Chas.
Wadoll's ment market, we
extend to you a hearty iu
vltation visit us and become
better acquainted and also,
when looking for good first
class meat, 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 PostofHco Building.
of Freeport, 111., and tho
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster' County.
Look up your policy
and see me.
O. C. TEEL,
Got 'em for
Men, Boys and
LET US SHOW
B. F. MIZER, D.J.MYERS, A. B. SELLARS, 1
President. Vice President.
List your FARM
with us and we
will buy, sell or
trade it for you.
THE RED CLOUD 1
Red Cloud, Webster Co., Nebraska.'
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 ,'
cet them elsewhere and besides trive vou an opnortunitv to ,A
i get one of these handsome sets Free. v
ALBRIGHT and RIFE.
Of Qaallty, Colorlnid and Style, Subject to
Your lnpectlon In the Qreat Variety ot
Attractive Design Shown In
Made by the "R A W Knlttlnc
Mills Produce rioftheOnly Strictly
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PlttlnK Sweater in the World. All
Sliee All Prices No Trouble to
I Show You the Qood Polntt.
More Sweaters In my
Than I over had before.
THEM TO YOU,
Sec. and Treas.
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