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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1907)
Ayer's Hair Vigor, new im
proved formula, will certainly
stop falling of the hair. Indeed,
we believe it will always do this
unless there is some disturb
ance of the general health.
Then, a constitutionalmedicine
mav be necessary. Consult
your physician about this.
Does not change the color of the hair.
Formula with oaoh bottlo
Show It to your
Ask him about It,
then do ash lay
The reason why Ayer's Hair Vifor stops
falling hair is because it first destroys the
ucrms which cause this trouble. Aftet
this is done, nature soon brings about a
full recovery, restoring the hair and
scalp to a perfectly healthy condition.
Mado by tho J, 0. Ayer Co., Lowell, Man.
To the voters of the Tenth Judicial
1 hereby announce myself a can
didate at the Primaries to be held
September .1, W07, for the Republican
nomination for the olllce of Judge of
the loth Judicial District of Nebraska,
comprising the counties of Webster,
Franklin, Harlan, Adams, Kearney
;md Phelps. Uespeut fully submitted,
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the nomination of Judge of
the Tenth judicial district, on the Re
publican ticket, subjeel to the will of
the Republican voters, at the primary
election to be held September It, 1SKI7.'
iio-sungs, ieo. .1. ..iAMr.s. i
To the Voters of Webster County:
I hereby announce myself a candi
lute for the Republican nomination , ,HIt , It si,u!ir u t Teeumsh. and
for County Clerk of Webster County. ' :, , .,.. ,.,.,.
Nebraska, subject to the primary elec- the-v eu,l,e ovor herent h,s sli'lt'
tlon to be held September 3, UU)7. 'I'hey were more than pleased with the
K. W. Ho. : plant.
, .. ,. . , , , . i Mr. and Mrs. S. M. True and ehil-
Jo the Voters of Webster County: , ,, , , . . ,
I hereby announce myself as a cim- ,re" of I"IVftle wer 5 tow" today on
didutc for the Republican nomination their way home from a month's trip
for the olllce of county clerk of Web-, to the Paeiiie coast. Mr. True thinks
Mer county, subject to the decision of Sv.:ituu is the coming town on the Pa
primaries to be held September :i. .., . ; . 141 . .
V. It. Fwi.ion. eilie coast. He says he enjoyed the trip
I immensely, but was anxious to get
To the Voters of Webster County: J home. (Seorge McCrury has been in
I hereby announce myself a candi-
late for the Republican nomination for
County Clerk of Webster county, sub
ject to the primary election to be held
September 3, 11107. Joiix J. (iAUUKU.
To the Voters of Webster County:
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the nomination of county com
missioner from the Third district, sub
ject to the will of the Republican
voters at the priniary election to be
held September 3.
tiKoitoi: W. Hr.MMin..
To the Voters -of Webster County:
I am a candidate for the otllee of
county assessor, subject to the pleasure
Of tht! Retlllblli'.'lll vrttir. ;it tln iri-
innry election to be held September 3.
Hkn'KY C. Seorr. j
Vineulcs for the kidneys strengthen
these organs and assist in drawing
poison from the blood. Try them for
rheumatism, kidney, bladder trouble,
for lumbago and tired worn out feel
ing. They bring quick relief. Satis
faction guaranteed. Sold by Henry
Cook's Drug Store.
Furniture, Carpets and
Doing Business in Red Cloud.
Calls answered Day or Night
WE NEVER SLEEP
Yours lo Please,
Amack & Chanev.
. BRIEF MENTION.
Man Zan Pile Remedy comes put up
in a collapsible tube with a ndzle.
Kusy to apply right where soreness
and inllammation exists. It relieves
at once blind bleeding, itching or
protruding piles. Guaranteed. Price
rOc. (let it today. Sold by Henry
Cook's Drug Store.
The Topeka (.Hunts, a fast aggrega
tion of eolorad baseball players, will
appear in Red Cloud for two games,
next Wednesday and Thursday. The
.showing made by the Red Cloud boys
in the game with the Haskell Indians
' guarantees that the "coons" wll not
have a walkawav.
One of the best baseball games ever
seen in Red Cloud was played last Sat
urday, when Cowles was defeated by
Red Cloud in a thirteen inning game,
by a score of ft to I. Roone Saunders'
home run hit saved the game for Red
Cloud. There is still some doubt as to
whether the score was correctly kept.
Harm Holcomb was In from Walnut
Creek Wednesday to see the Indians
play ball. Incidentally he dropped In
to The Chief olllcc and set a few Hues
of type merely to show that he has not
forgotten "the boxes" Mr. Holcomb
was a compositor on tile Chicago Trib
une forty years ago, when Joe Medlll
was In his prime as editor.
Si'uavkii Two weeks ago from two
miles west of Red Cloud, one sorrel
mare, with three white feet, branded
low down on right shoulder with three
bars. A small scar on left Hind pas
tern. Any one returning this mare or
giving information that will lead to
her recovery will be suitably rewarded
by Robert Allen, Rlverton, Neb.
Mayor William Ernst, Councilman
( Thornefelt and Attorney S. P. David
son of aeeuniseh were in town tins
j week inspecting our lighting system,
j Mr. John Mart., who had charge of the
construction of this plant, wants to
charge of the Inn vale bank during .Mr.
Prof. Moritz was in the city Tuesday
and Wednesday. While here he con
tracted with the school board for three
years' service at SI -'00 per year. The
ltlue Hill board were dissapointed In
the superintendent they had engaged,
and made Prof. Morit.au offer of S1200
per year for two years, but Red Cloud
went them one better and we are as
sured of his services for three years.
One week from next Monday the
Chautauqua assembly will open. Those
l who have not purchased season tickets
should do so at once, for it is certain
that if you attend one of these enter
tainments, you win want to nucim an
of them. Tickets can be procured at
any of the stores, and if you wish to
rent a tent for the season and camp
out write or call on Paul S. Dietrich.
During the storm early Tuesday
morning Marshall Kiusel was Informed
by telephone that there was a fire in
the alley back of Miner's store. George
and Undertaker now
Newhousc also saw the fire from his
home, and when he and Mr. Kiusel ar
rived on the scene they found a lot of
old paper wadded up and blazing at a
great rate. They easily extinguished
it, however. It is not known how the
paper caught fire.
A baby cyclone tore up the ground
and loose trash In Walnut Creek Sun
day evening, In the vicinity of Walter
Noble's home. The twister was plainly
visible from elevated spots in Red
Cloud. The cloud at first had the ap
pearance of a rope ladder hanging in
the sky. but later broke apart and the
lower half developed Into a small cy
clone. There was no damage to property.
About the only possible show for
the people of Webster county to get
another crack at Harker is to re-arrest
him and bring him back here on
the charge of murdering his sister-in-law.
At the former trial he was
arraigned only on the charge of mur
dering his brother. Some attorneys
are in doubt as to whether he could be
brought back here on the first men
It Is amusing to hear the skeptics
talk about the game with the Indians
Wednesday. It is hard to make them
believe the Indians were trying to win.
They don't give the Red Cloud boys
credit for the splendid game they put
up. Our boys gave as good an exhi
bition of baseball "as she Is played" as
you are liable to see In a good many
years in a country town. There Is not
a team In this neck-o'-woods that could
have won from Red Cloud Wednesday.
A "shceney" salesman for a St. Louis
drug house spent Sunday In Rlverton.
Monday morning he got up, left the
hotel without paying his bill and went
to a 1ft cent restaurant for his break
fast. He wanted to go west, and when
the liveryman told him It would cost
him Sl.fto for the drive to Franklin he
decided it would be cheaper to come to
Red Cloud, take the llyer and go fur
ther west. He came down here, only
to find that all westbound trains frere
annulled for the day. Of course he
had to eat and sleep. and he has by this
time learned that stinginess does not
pay. He is out S3 besides losing a day's
time, all to save a small livery bill.
Petitions are being circulated
throughout the state asking that the
name of Hon. Samuel II. Sedgwick of
York, Chief Justice of the Supreme
C'ourt.bo placed on the republican pri
mary ballot as a candidate for nomina
tion for a second term of six years. All
factions in the party are joining in
this endorsement of Judge Sedgwick's
ability and fitness for this most impor
tant position. He husbeen a consci
entious and faithful ofileer and has not
been milucnccd by any consideration
except the law and the facts. One at
torney and one client has precisely the
same chance in his court as nnother.
ami everybody feels this to be a fact.
Ills nomination six years ago was
brought about by the confidence the
people had in lnm after he had been
tried on the district bench and the su
preme court commission, and was in
the face of the combined opposition of
all railroads. His record since that
time justifies the confidence that was
placed in him. The people should rally
to his support for a second term and
we are confident they will. Let well
George Hummel a Candidate.
l'or the first time within our knowl
edge. Rev. George Hummel is n candi
date for ollice. It is a ease of the otllee
seeking the man, nnd we will feel like
congratulating the otllee If it succeeds
in overtaking him. In response to the
urgent request of his friends, Mr. Hum
mel hns decided to become a eindldnte
for county commissioner from the
Third district, and so announces in
this issue. Mr. Hummel has been a
resident of Webster county since about
the time of Its organization, and his
long service as minister of the gospel
has made his name familiar to every
one in the county. Hislifc and works
speak for themselves, and we think of
nothing that needs be said by way of
Scott for Assessor.
K.-Sheritf Henry C. Scott announ
ces himself a candidate for the Repub
lican nomination for county assessor.
Mr. Scott was one of the pioneers of
the county, having come in here before
the Indian and butl'nlo were driven out.
He was sheriff of the county twenty
years ago, and In Inter years has been
engaged in farming. However, his
knowledge of the value of property is
general, and his well known fairness
resulted in his being
chosen as township assessor, nnd he days treatment SI. Money refunded
has also served as deputy under County 1 5f Pineules are not satisfactory. Sold
Assessor Turner with satisfaction to'Y Henry Cook's Drug Store.
S L .
(f One that isa Sale
jL Through July we will sell
JE SUIT in
20 per cent ft
m less inan re&uiar prw
M Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits all go
(ft Straw Hats at one-half regular.
cost, some of them at
Gimbcls, Americans, Royals
Not a Hat reserved. What
Remember, this sale is for cash. A look will satisfy (ft
you that we mean business. (ft
Paul Storey, i, !
all. So far. he is the only candidate
announced for the Republican nomina
Mr. James Announces.
Klse where in today's paper will be
found the card of J. W. James of Has
tings announcing his candidacy for
the Republican nomination for district!
judge. Mr. James was the candidate ,
four years ago against judge Adams, j
and made a good race. He has prae
ticed law for nineteen years in Nebras- j
kn. His friends in Adams county are
very active in his behalf, and believe j
that he will be nominated and elected
To-Niihl's Band Ctncert
The Citizens' Concert Rand will give
a concert and ice cream social at the
home of L. P. Albright this evening.
The band will form down town and
march to Mr. Albright's home. Fol
lowing is the program for tonight's
March--"S. S. Thfodore Rooecll" -Vandcteook
Ovrrtute"lmp!talion" I laye
Caprice" Venetian Beauty". Rolfe
Waltz--" Venita"- C. V. Bennett
Cltacterulic--"Big Chief Battle Ax" (by requeii)-AlIen
Selection from "Bohemian Girl" Balfe
March-"Catlety CoJi" Mengn
March "Lauahins Sam"... -Rolfe
Valu"Thinling of Her"-. -Frederick
March with on chorui"Juit Take Me Down to
Wonderland" (new) - Allen
Comet duet "Woodland Whupen" Losey
Mr. Marion Mercer and Mr. Ceo. Uatit
March-'PIUene" - Vandercook
March- EILi Reunion ' (new) Slofer
"America" (All standing)
Program subject to change.
Ai.vin Snait, Director.
An Old Friend In Trouble.
For the past few days the daily pa
pers have contained lengthy notices of
the arrest at San Diego, Cal., last Sat
urday, of Tred Magill of Clinton, 111.,
on the charge of murdering his first
wife. Mr. Magill's first wife died on
the 30th day of last May, and the cor
oner's jury decided that she had com
mitted suicide. On the nth of July
Fred was married in Denver to his
daughter's chum, and the three went
to San Diego, where they were ar
rested last Saturday on the charge of
having murdered his first wife. The
editor of this paper has known Fred i
F.agill for over thirty years, and noth- '
Jng less than his own confession would
convince us that he is guilty of the
crime charged against him. '
Pineules are for the kidneys and
Hladder. They bring quick relief to
backache, rheumatism, lumbago, tired
worn out feeling. They produce nat
ural action ot the kidneys In filtering
'.waste matter out of the blood. Ho
Bargains for Cash (f
you any LIGHT WEIGHT :!;
the store for - g
at this price
Felt and wool Hats at
LESS THAN COST.
Stetsons we have can be bought
RED CLOUD, - NEBR.
Canon City, Sunnjside,
and Genuine Nigger
You may he particular or what
some call "ernpky," but OUR
COAL will please you.
Our coal is clean and we deliver
Bell Tel. (JO.
Rural Tel. 71
We cannot afford to do
less than satisfy in
quality, style, price and
give to you our person
al service and careful
Night or Day
Rural and Bell phones
at store and residence.
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