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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1906)
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A woman worries until she gets
wrinkles, tliun worries because she
has them. If she takes HolHiiter's
Rocky Mountain Tea she would have
neither. Bright, smiling face follows
its use. "M cents, tea or tablet. C.
At the meeting of the Odd Fellows
Monday night Rev. Guy II. Rice, noble
grand, was presented with a hand
some watch fob bearing the emblems
of the order, as a token of the regard
in which he is held by the brothers.
Misses Bculah and Hattie Urown of
Columbus, Intl., granddaughters of
Mrs. Lew Clapp, arrived from Denver
Tuesday morning. Roth young ladies
have splendid vocal talent and ren
dered some of their best selections for
the benefit of the visiting veterans.
On Thursday the New York Life
Insurance Co., through .7. II. Roggess,
local agent paid to Mrs. Julia New
berry, 81,000; being the amount of
insurance carried by the late Julius
Newberry in the New York Life In-
surance Co. Mrs. Newberry will
ThC Truth AbOUt GalUSha'S Defeat j "k her home in Red Cloud.
In summing up the results of the J. 11. Ferman. one of the pioneers of
late Republican convention, after pay- Red Cloud, who has for many years
Ing compliments to all nominees, the made his home in ltei kelmun, dropped
Nebraska Politician, published at Lin- in .Monday to take in the reunion for
coin, has the following to say about a fiw days. He reports that Mrs.
Then it's time to act! No time
to study, to read, to experi-
Iment! You want to save your
hair, and save It quickly, too!
So make up your mind this
very minute that if your hair
ever comes out you will use
Ayer's Hair Vigor. It makes
the scalp healthy. The hair
stays in. It cannot do any
thing else. It's nature's way.
Th bast kind of testimonial
"Bold for over sixty years."
tr J, a. ATr Co., X.owU, KM.
Alio mannflMtnrtra of
9 C1DC1D1B1I 1
UVI O CHERIV PECTOtAL.
the turning down of Al (Jalusha:
"The turning down of Secretary of
State Oalusha is one of the regretable
features of the convention. While
(Jeorge Junkin, nominated to succeed
him, is one of the strongest candidates
on the state ticket and a man in every
way qualitied for the position, mat. in cloud. Miss Josephim
no way lessens the injustice done .Mr. m;ss ,jcssje Wert will
(ialusha. The secretary of state was ' Miss Etliel K-omi(ly u
I'Vrmuii recently sull'ered an accident
to her hip which will make her a
cripple for life.
Monday, September .'t, at 10::i() the
Rusine.ss College will open the school
year with songs and speeches by the
young people of young people of Red
Miss .Josephine Mixer and
sing solos and
nil Miss Villa
the victim of a false sentiment created ( lloss win hjnR, a (luet whIle Lllwyur
1v the m'iiitinir trust, because of his
refusal to bow to its will. The begin
ning of the campaign for his defeat
lates back three or four years to a
,ime when the trust tried by question
able methods to secure a printing con
tract from the A. O. U. W., of which
Mr. Oalusha is one of the leading of
ficials. Recause of this charges were
made against him in his first campaign
for the nomination. Then, after he
was elecied, overtures of friendship
were made to tho secretary and he
was expected to permit the trust to
work throng a heavy public printing
jrraft. Here again the secretary stood
firm. As a result a large sum of
was saved the state, but in saving it
Mr. Oalusha wrote his own political
death warrant. A newspaper cam
paign of misrepresentation was begun
.against him and kept up until conven
tion day. The secretary wus made to
appear as a corporation tool and one
out for graft. Country members of
the press bureau, perhaps unwittingly
were induced to assist in the mud
.slinging and eventually a sentiment
was created against the secretary.
Not a single charge made against the
secretary was founded in truth, as is
bound to develop later. On conven
tion day a few of the so-called friends
of the secretary played him false,
through fear or other inducement,
und assisted in his assassination.
Some day the republican party will
discover that It has grievously wrong
ed an honest anil honorable man and
then it should in a measure right the
wrong by again expressing confidence
I TWENTY YEARS AGO
4 - s
Items of News Found in The
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
This Week v v
in Police Court.
William Wiley, an all-round "pan
handler" and sneak thief, was arrest-
oil Friday evening by Marshal Klnsel
shortly after he had purloined a coat
from the Cowden-Kaley Clothing
store. Wiley had attempted to steal a
pair of baby shoes at Diederieh's shoe
ttore. and had succeeded in getting
away with a dress skirt from Uadell's.
lie was taken before Judge Reed Mon
day and was fined $10 and costs. He
will lav it out in jail.
(Jeorge Reed, supposed to be a part
ner or vuioy, was arresteu Minuay
morning on a charge of being drunk.
He was given a line of S5 and costs
and Is now a guest of Sheriff Hedge.
Sunday afternoon Doputy Sheriff
Fred Hedge and Marshal Kiiisel went
to Guide Rock and arrested (Jeorge
Moore, a supposed horsetlilef. He was
released Monday evening, it having
developed that he was not the party
Saylor, K. J. Overing, Dr. E. A.
Thomas and Co. Supt. Nellie Caster
will speak. Help us welcome the
young people to Red Cloud by attend
ing these exercises.
Miss Rena Herigstad had an exper
ience Monday nftcrnoon which she
will not soon forget. She and
two or three of her schoolmates were
at the home of C. II. Potter, and they
they decided to do some cooking for
themselves. One of the little girls
threw some coal oil in the range, and
as the lire did not immediately blaze
up Rena took off the lid to see where
the trouble lay. There was an explo
sion and Rena was severely burned
about the face. Her injuries were
not dangerous and she was able to be
around to enjoy the merry-go-round
and other attractions at the reunion.
The St. Francis Land and Abstract
Company of St. Francis, Kansas, owns
and offers for sale the following choice
lands in Cheyenne county: 1(50 acres
.raw land. Every foot smooth and
level. Five miles from Hirtl City,
Price S1700. Can sell the quarter
south of this at the same price. 100
acres, 11 1-2 miles from Mini City.
Practically all tillable, price S1000.
100 acres (5 1-2 miles from Rird City.
All smooth, price S1."00. 1(50 acres 8
from Rird City. All smooth, a fine
tract, price Sl.VK). 180 acres 8 1-2
miles from Rird City. Frame house,
frame stable, two Perk-ins wind mills,
with several steel tanks, corrals and
fence on two sides on two sides of one
quarter. Over 200 acres of fine alfalfa
bottom on this tract. Price S.'IH an
acre. 1(10 acres 11 1-2 miles from St,
Francis, nothing finer, price SM00.
Can sell all of this section for SI) an
acre. Kvery foot fine level land. For
further information, address Travis
W. Renjamin, Sec'y, St Francis, Kan.
Win. Robinson lost S20 on last
The public schools of Red Cloud will
open next Monday.
Harry Pond's new house is about
ready for the plasters.
C. W. Kaley and wife are home
again after a short sojourn in Califor
nia. Mrs. (J. E. McKeeby and children
are in Jamestown, Kansas, for a
Mrs. Theodore Taylor, who has been
suffering for several weeks died Tues
Lee Tinker has taken a position in
an extensive furniture establishment
in Atchison, Kansas.
We are indebted to Sam Smith, liv
ing three miles north of th. city for a
peck of Turner tomatoes.
Jake Sellers received a very serious
injury on the hand in Lindsey's
butcher shop last Saturday.
City Engineer Anderson Is laboring
hard to get the limits surveyed in
order to get in more territory.
Rev. J. (J. Aikmaii, who has preach
ed to the Congregational society for
fifteen months, has closed his labors
here and left for other fields.
Dr. Mosena has struck it fat. He
has recently been appointed post sur
geon out In Idaho, and using his own
words, "it is the softest job he ever
Some sneak thief attempted to steal
the mattresses belonging to the two
Frenchmen who sleep in the old Ciiikk
Uncle John Tomlinson, who for
many years lived in Red Cloud, and
perhaps one of the old land marks,
went west Monday morning to grow
up with the country, he having locat
ed a homestead and timber claim in
On last Thursday evening G. R.
Chaney and wife returned home from
the east. On their arrival at the resi
dence they found a large number of
ladies, who had anticipated the ar
rival of Mrs. Chancy, who bade her a
royal welcome home.
Joe Cook thinks a great deal of ex
Sheriff Warren, for the reason that
Joe saved his life at Rlue Hill, when
the boys up there were aoing mm up
on a windmill. For this little kind
ness Cook will always hold the ex
sherilf's memory dear. Cook is now
learning the tailor trade in the peni
tentiary, and the other day Mr. War
ren received a little vest and a pair of
cuffs, the handiwork of Joe Cook.
Deaths and Funerals.
J. P. Halo's Itli landseekers party
for Denver and Roultler will leaw Red
Oloud at 7 a. m. Saturday. September
tli. Arrange to go aim secure some i
liuu level li
Jfaro to Donv
a very san ileum occurred hunilny
evening when the !l-months-oltl daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Grarger,
members of "Lucky Rill's" 'show, pas
sed away. The funeral was held Mon
day afternoon, and interment was in
the Catholic cemetery.
The iirhntsnn of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Dickson, who have just recently
moved to town, died Monday evening
from cholera Infantum. Funeral ser
vices' were held Tuesday afternoon,
conduct ed by Rev. (1. II. Rice.
To Now England and Canada daily
low excursion rates during September
to Canada, and on Sept. 5 and 19 to
New England resorts.
Cheap one way to Pacific coast
ohoap colonist raies, dally to San
Francisco, Los Angolos, Portland,
Seattle, Taooma and other coast terri
tory August 27 to October 31, also
cheap one wav to Montana, Wyoming,
Big Horn Basin, Utah and western
Colorado September 15 to October .'11.
To California, Portland and Pngot
Sound round trip September:! to 14,
araofnidml oudgstinfations aterirrig
hold their shape and give to
satisfaction. That is the 3?
kind of Suits I am sell
ing. SHOES that are the
snappy, stylish kind, com
bined with wear-resisting i
Keep You Cool
AVPAUL STOREY, Clothier
and look well. UNDER
WEAR and HOSIERY
that are cool and will not
to crown all this, and as
surance that you are well
dressed and have money
No Longer an
The idea that has become general that first class building material
could no longer be had is certainly knocked out, when you take a
look at the .complete line of clear Soft Pine Finish and Siding
carried in stock by
of Rod Cloud, Neb. What is also pleasing to the buyers of Lumber
and building material is the fact that their prices are reasonable,
and they guarantee a 9QUARE DEAL. They also have a nice
line of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. See their Shin
gles. You can not help but admire them.
The members of this enterprising firm, assisted -by plenty of
excellent help, are always glad and take pleasure in showing to the
public this nice stock.
OAK AND PINE.
Here Is SIcllof for Women.
Mother tiray, a nuiso in Now Vorl
nd within fifteen miles of ' discovered an aromatic pleasant horb
.iiivnfwiiw .-.sv t...-,. , ?"o for women's UIb, called Austral
jnt. of v,atoi, oasj tonus ( mn.Lonr, lt ,s Um onh, cortn,u
over and return SU. i monthly rogulator. Cures female
Paul Bnohm, who accidentally shot
Iiiin&elf Inst Sunday, is improving as
fust as pobsiblo.
weaknesses and baokaoho, kidney,
bladder and urinary troubles. At. nil
druggists or by mall 50 cents. Sample
I'roo. Address, The Mother Gray Co..
Lottoy, Now York.
The Ynlue mid UnofalncaH of Tlivne
CIiinnch of "Wood.
Though generally assumed that oak
Is the wood capable of being put to the
greatest variety of uses, It Is known, as
a matter of fact, that thi"plno is really
the most used, on account of Its great
abundance. Nevertheless, the timber of
the oak combines In Itself the essential
elements of strength and durability,
hardness and elasticity In a degrco
which no other tree cau boast, unrival
ed as a material of shipbuilding, also
sunerlor In architecture, cahlnetmak-
Ing, earring, mill work, cooperage and
Innumerable other purposes, while tho
bark Is of great value as furnishing
tan ntul yielding a bitter extract In con
tlnual demand for medicinal purposes.
But of uses for the pine details would
bo well nigh endless. Tho timber Is In
valuable In houses and ship carpentry;
common turpentine Is extracted from it
In vast quantities and lmmenso sup
plies of tar, pitch, resin and lampblack.
In tho manufacture of matches, and,
above all, paper pulp, thousands and
tens of thousands of acres of pluo for
ests are cut down every year, and,
briefly, the timber of this tree, consti
tuting as It does tho chief material of
English and American builders, may bo
said to bo more used than all other
kinds of wood put together.
Our Prices are the Best
irr AiviArif i-
mm x-x w, a vp.
fit) to California; one way via Pugot
Sound $02.50. Last chance this sum
mer. Denver, Colorado Springs and Pu
eblo one faro round trip, maximum
excursion rate $15 from Nebraska Sop
tembor 10 to 22 inclusive
To tho east and south ohoap oxcur-
Idcnafn vnrlnim 1 At hinlinim dlll'lllL'
Ilomeseokers excursions frequent
ly each month to western Nebiaskc,
astern Colorado, Big Horu Unsin, dry
Free Kinkaid lands Writa D. C.'eni
Doavor, Agont Burlington's Ilomo
sookors' Information Bureau at 1004
Karnam St., Omaha, at out gottlng
hold of a froo sootion of Kinkaid land.
, Thousand of acres of those lands are
i being vacatod, and wo assist sottlors in
"locating on thoso lands.
Consult noarest Burlington ticket
agont about low ratos for summer
tours in any dirootiou. J. P. Edwards,
.'njf m f r .
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