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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1899)
THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1899.
"It is an III Wind
That Blows Nobody Good,
That small ache or pain or
weakness is the "ill wind"
that directs your attention to
the necessity of purifying
your blood by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla. Then your
whole body receives good,
for the purified blood goes
tingling to every organ. It
is the great remedy for alt
ages and both sexes.
Dyspepsia " Complicated ivlth
liver and kidney trouble, I suffered for
years from dyspepsia, nvith severe pains.
Hood's Sarsaparilttt made me strong and
hearty." y. B, Bncrlon, Auburn, Me.
Hood's 1'llttrurellrrr lilt) tlii" lion Irritating anil
"only flhrtlc to tki Willi IIikhI'i K r uflll.
w. l. momillan.
PUIIUSIIKIi BVBHV KltlDAY
Kntored at the post offico at Hod Cloud, Nob. at
ctnd clan mall matter.
Local AilvcrllnhiK 6 cents cr lino per Ikaiio.
Local AihcrtlnliiK for eiiti'tluluinvnta, con
Mrti.KOClald, etc., Riven by churches, rharltablo
cIcIIcn, etc.. whoro all moneys raltoil there
from aro used wholly for vlttirvlt or charitable
eletlex, flmt ton lino frco nud nil overtoil
Unci i)i cent er lino er luo.
Local advertising of ontertaliimctit', concert,
recitals, eto., where cr cent la Kivon to pro
motor, ft cent per line per Immc.
One column per month . ........ -17 00
One half column per month .. . ......... - .1 HI
Ouo fourth coltiuin per montli ... 1 Tfl
Qeiicral display nilverililiiK U cents per
Inch per Issue.
for Jiutito of the Supremo Omit,
M, II, HKISK,
of Lincoln, Ncbraika,
Hor ItCKCtits htiituUnlvcrttlty.
WM. II. KI.V,
Of AliiMVorth, Nebraska,
li. (1. MUOM.TON,
Of Omaha, Nebraska.
Yot Clerk if,lho lllstrlci Court.
Of Oleuwood I'reclnct.
For Count) Trcaiurcr,
U. U. KOBIN80N,
()o lied Cloud City, 2d Ward.
For County Clerk,
Of Itcd Cloud Trccluct.
For County J mine.
Of Harmony Precinct.
For County Superintendent,
KVA J. CASK,
lOf lted Cloud City, 2d Ward.
For County Sheriff,
Of Pleasant Hill Precinct.
For County Coronor,
Of (llenwood Precinct,
For County Surveyor,
W. K. THO UN K,
Of Olouwood Precinct.
For Commissioner lit District,
1. II. KA1.KY,
Of Pleasant lllll Precinct.
For Commissioner Uh District,
Of Itcd Cloud Precinct.
The dry mid windy weather o( tlio
past week it tin ilnnlit duo to tlio dry
and windy speeches which will ho
ntadu tomorrow. All such tiling!' io
qttiru a little preparation beforehand.
Now that Dowoy lias returned unci
warmly oudnrsos tho campaign of
Gon Otis in tlio Philippines wluittiro
tho domo-pop papors going to do?
Tito Hurely won't "roast" Dowoy, will
Aguinuldo's pupulMlu proclivities
are rapidly allowing tip. One of his
latest deino-pon acts is tho issuing of
throo millions of irreileotnahlo paper
money and made its acceptance obli
E. U. Smith, who has for tho past
throo yours boon commissioner from
tho fourth commissioner district, has
at tho solicitation of his friends, de
cided to run ludopoudoutly for that
It is inconsistent for a .nan to claim
patriotism for his party and its oandi
dates while the resolutions of the con
ventions that nominated the candi
dates denounced tho government and
pravo sympathy to tho enemies nt tho
country ntid tho Hair.
Two years ago tho populists wore at
tributing tho prosperity of this country
to the scarcity of tho food in ludia,
Tho present prosperity, however, may
be attributed to the scarcity of demo
cratic and populist votes in this coun
try at tho last presidential election,
"Coir" Harvey is billed to spoak in
this city tomorrow. If you should hap
putwu go to hear him dig up that mil
copy ttf "Coin's Financial Sellout'
which was so extensively circulated
some three ynrs ago and tuke it with
you. No doubt you could innko some
An Important Election.
The following from the Minneapolis
(Kan,) Messenger contains enough
gootl common suiso to admit of its be
ing read by everyone:
"There is a disposition among all
parties to take but little interest in the
election in off years, when only county
olllcers are to bo elected. Tiny say it
makes no difference to them which
ticket is elected when the cnuJIdntCH
on each ate good men and qualified to
lill the olllces to which they have been
nominated. This Is always a mistake,
and especially so in the coming elec
tion. The lines are being now formed
and the Issues joined for the great na
tional campaign of WOO, The election
of this year menus more to the people
than any election since 1801, because
of the bearing it will have upon the
ptcsiiloiitinl election. The past two
years have been eventful ones in the
nation's history. The war with Spain
has ended, but the legitimate fruits of
that contest have not yet been secured.
We have acquired I'orto Hico ami the
Philippines by treaty, but in tho latter
IhoTagals are in open rebellion, at
tempting to wrest the Island of Luzon
from us, and are attempting to incite
the inhabitants of other islands to rebel
against the authority of tho United
States. 'I'll ese enemies of their coun
try in Luzon are killing our soldiers
and defying our ilag.
"This is the situation on tho evo of
tho present election. Wherever a re
publican convention has been held this
year that party has taken a strong and
detci mined stand for the honor of tho
country, tho upholding of tho adminis
tration, ami standing by our soldiers
and sailors who are defending the Ilag
and suppressing armed insurrection.
On tho other hand wherever populist
and democratic conventions have been
held, and l hey are one and tho same,
because tho candidates of one conven
tion and party aro tho candidates of
tho other, they have spoken through
their platforms denouncing the gov
eminent, upholding Aguinnldo and his
horde of Tttgnl barbrnans in their re
bellion ugalnst tho United Stale, and
some convnt.tions of the amalgamated
party have gone even so far in their
disloyalty us to demand tho hauling
down of the American tlag in the Phil
ippines and tho withdrawing in dis
grace of our army and navy.
This is the issue in tho present elec
tion and it will lie the issue in the na
tional election next year, lno men
who aro put up on tho demo-pop ticket
iu this county this year may be good
men, and we do not have ono word to
say against their personal characters
or their ability to conduct the affairs of
thu several offices to which they liavu
been nominated. It is true that many
of them have for years beon sooKors
for office, but that is nothing against
them, and wo are not of those who be
lieve that because a man seeks offico
ho is unlit 'for office and should ho
turned down. It is a laudable am
bition and one for which every man
has a right to strive, lint whilo we say
nothing against the candidates on the
amalgamated ticket in a persanal way,
it is equally true that tho candidates
on tho republican ticket aro in every
wny competent and worthy.
"The issue then comes down, not to
men but to measures. If you vote fr
a dingle candidate on the domo-pop-ulisl
ticket and help to elect him, just
that far do you endorse the assault
which that party has made upon our
administration and upon our Hag in tho
Philippines. You must cither bo for
tho administration or you must bo
against it. You cannot consistently be
for the Ilag, tho suppression of thu re
bellion in thu Philippines ami the ad
ministration of President McKtnloy
1 TURNURE - BROTHERS, I
HIG XEW FALL STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Cloaks, Jackets, Capes,
Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Rugs p Shoes,
arc partly in and coming as fast as the factory and manufacturer can turn them out.
If you are a buyer of these lines of goods let us reason together.
AS , J "MP'
SUITS and SKIRTS
dtshjntd by WfffffltiUEl nd the product of
their custom WiWtiZZM department, which,
for exclusive BaAsadHI styles and high
cradc workmanship, ranks foremost in America.
Every lady who wishes to have a perfect gown
or skirt, strictly up-to-date and different from
anyone's else, at a price no higher than asked
for ordinary ready-to-wear garments, should
leave her measure with us ana make selections
of cloth and style from over a hundred samples
of suitings and dozens of fashion plates, repre
senting ali the newest American and European
effects" i rices within the reach of everybody
and prompt deliveries guaranteed.
Hig lino of Ladies Tailor mnde Stilts
and Skirts iu Block at from 85.50 to 25
We have the Largest Stock and Largest
Store in Webster county in which to do business.
We have the Goods, honestly bought and
cheaply sold with which to do business.
We advertise to get business and give hon
est values to keep and build up business.
We have been here but a few years but we
expect to be here for twenty-five years to come.
When we have thoroughly satisfied you we
have made a friend. Our customers leave our
store pleased and return again and again to carry
away our bargains.
You should know we will not be undersold.
We never have been and never will be.
We do not advertise one single article falsely
and never will. If yov see it in our "ad" it is so.
We cordially invite you to call and see our
mammoth stock. We can serve your interests
best and serve you faithfully.
Ours is tho most complete Dress
Goods Department ever shown
in tho west at prices that talk.
If you are looking for tho up-to-date
buy ItatTurnuro Bros.
Our blankets woro bought early
lustspriug which places u in a
position to sell Dlankets nt
prices our competitors pnid for
their's. Tho advance on Ulan
kets being about 25 per cent.
Whilo in market we secured tho
greatest Bargains in Bugs ovor
offered. Wo aro selling them
faster than wo can mark them.
Our competitors will think this
is n lie. Well! we havo got
them to thinking.
Our Big Shoe Dopnrtmont is be
coming moro popular daily.
Wo havo tha Shoes, tho Stylos,
the Values, unit will save you
money iu this Department.
TURNURE BROS., Red Cloud, Nebraska.
and support tho men who aro running
on a platform that is against tho ad
ministration and who would bring back
from thu Philippines in dlsgraco tho
flag that was raised thoro by tho blood
of our soldiers. This is no year for
republicans and loyal men of nil par
ties to vote personal prejudice or per
sonal friendship. Should a single can
didate on tlio demo-pop ticket bo
elected in this county it means that
just so f.ir the people of this county
endnrso tho disloyal platform of thu
party whoso candidates thoy aro.
"Kvery candidate on the republican
ticket is worthy the support of every
republican in this county, nud what is
moro, as a protest ugaiust tho dis-loynl
utterances and principles of the demo
pops all over the state and all over the
nation thoy should receive the support
ot uvery loyal citizen rcgatdless of
JV Ilm I V x.l 1 C
Facing the Future.
There conies a time to most women
when thev must face the future of wife
hood and motherhood. What that future
has iu store for them depends largely
upon themselves. To a healthy woman
l lie outigaiiuus
of marriage are a
To a woman suf
fering from irreg
ularity or other
ailments of the
sex, marriage may
prove a mockery
a misery. Where
exists Dr. I'ierce'a
tion can be used
with the assurance
that health will
speedily be re
stored. It is the
most reliable med
icine known to
for the cure of
diseases which af
fect the delicate
scription" is a non-alcoholic medicine
and is also free from opium cocaine and
"At an early tae of married life," writes Mr.
I'lora Am, of Dalian, Jackson Co., Mo., "I was
KTcatly tmOierctt with painful perioita, also a
troubteomcilralu which reiiilercU me very weak
ami unfit for work of nny kind, 1 became o
thin there wai nothine left of me but skin and
bone. My husband iiecame alarmed nud pot
me a bottle of M'nvorltc Prescription.' After
he saw the wonderful cflects of that one he got
me two more, ami after I used those up there
was no more pain, and I lieeau to gain fn flesh
very rapidly. I owe all praise to l)r. fierce and
his wonderful curative medicines."
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay cost of mail
ing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for
look in paper covers, or 31 stamps in
cloth to Dr. R. V. Pierce, lhiffalo, N. Y.
One View of the Trusts
A mill that makes a thousand Micks
of Hour a day can bu operated moro
cheaply than live mills vlueli make
hut two hundred sacks each per day;
and to that extent thu thousand sack
mill is tho greatest blessing. If tho
thousand Hack mill gives to the con
sumer tho bonetit of this cheaper pro
duction, even to thu extent of closing
up nil of thu .smaller mills and keeping
them ulntdul, it will, in tho end, prove
thu greater good to tlio greater num
ber. But if the thousand sack mill
first reduces tho pricu of flour to a
point where tho smnllor mills aro com
pelled to close, and afterwards increas
es it to a point nbovo what lit was at
first, it becomes a matter of public con
cern ami should bu contiolled by law.
Tlis concentration of money iu any en
terprise that seeks to control the out
put of regular prices should not ho
countenanced by anybody; ami any
legislative hotly, court or political
party that says that Mich combination
can lot ho controlled by law, Is either
cowardly or corrupt. VV'u are well
aware that money combinations are
powerful fact . is iu all governments;
and that courts, law makers and exec
utive ufUcurs are not always courage
ous in (-quiit-ely confronting these com
binations with the light, sort iif weap
ons. But we also know that when ti e
people get under tlio courts and legis
lative bodies with the right kind of
jack-screws, they 111 Ire tn tho import
ance- of tho situation ami quickly lind
thu right way out. Thu eouutry him
lately gonu urnzy on thu trusts and
combines and the people are becoming
alarmed about lliein. Not us to what
they havo done hut as lo what they
limy do. So far ;i.- uu have been ablu
to observe no combination has as yet
boon smnrt enough to steal tho govern
montnnd got away with it. And wo
havo faith to bolievo that n ropo will bo
found for tho trusts when It is actually
needed, nnd that '.he ropo will bo big
enough to do the business. Tho peoplo
of this country tiro not so slow; nnd it
matters not how early in tho morning
the trusts got out on tho highway, nor
what speed thoy make in their endeav
ors to loot tho country, tho peoplo are
always up and also on tho go; nnd we
havo observed that th -y alwnys carry
tho implements of offensive and defens
ive warfare right along with them.
Try Graln-OI Try GrahvO!
Ask your grocer today to show you a
packogo of Grain-O. the now food
drink that takes tho plaen of coffee.
Tho children nt.ij untile it without in
jury as well as the ndult. All who try
it, like it. Grain-0 Iris that rich seal
brown of Mocha or Java, hut it is niado
from pure grains, and the most delicate
stomach receives it without distress.
Onu-fourth the price of coffee. IGu nud
25c per package. Sold by ull grocer?.
"You may bend thn sapling but not
tin tree." When ulseaso has beconio
chronic and deep seated it is often dif
ficult to euro it. That is tho reason
why it is best to tako Hood's Sarsapa
rilla when disease tirst shows itself.
NBWTON and SMITH
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
BUGGIES and DEMPSTER WlflDptltS.
PL ATT & FREES CO.,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and .Cement.
are tho favorite family
The Coal Period
IS NOW HERE.
I Too Late
"To put a lock n tho stall when the horse is gone." That
is trtu in moro ways thnn ono. Tho season of nkmt
mown hay is ber und you will soon be feeding your
horses new oats, biieaf oats and oheen cokn. In
other words the colic season is about here. You can
sav your faithful animals hours of agony and yoursolf
financial los and the troubl and oxponso of going miles
in the night for a "horse doctor" by keeping on baud
bottlo of I
Sioux Oolio Vti:ttJ.r,.
Put up three doses In a drenching bottle sor tt.OO. Cures
the various forms of colic, inflammation of the bowels,
stoppage of urine, etc. in cattle and horses. One dose
gives instant relief. Ask your druggist for it. If he
hasn't got it and won't got it for you write us at once.
Ton should also have
Purchase now, beforo tho price goes up
aro at rock bottom, nnd will not go
lower this wear.
Iu time of heat protmrofnr cold. Thero
Is glitteiing goodness in our coal
("Imn, slow binning, great heat giving,
makes hut little ashes; tlioaeforo
ph'itM'H 1 ty pooplo.
Full line of Fi.ouit and Feed op hand.
W. B, ROBY,
No 1 Tiiiitu Av. Phonk No. 01.
j Sioux Digestive foodL,
on band for your stock and youltry and ward off diseases.
"A suicu in time saves nine."
i SIOUX REMEDY CO.,
SIOUX CITY. IOWA. I
The Chief $1.00 a Year.
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