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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1899)
THE HEP CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. O, 189J).
Honest Labor Bears
a Lovely Face.
There is nothing more
pleasing to look upon than a
hearty, ruddy face, gained by
honest toil. They are the
saving of the nation, these
toilers of botl sexes, strug
gling for daily bread.
Titre blood mthts them Able to keep up
ihe dally round of duly At home, shop or
store. If the blood has a IaM or im
purity, or a run down feeling comes on,
ihe one remedy is Hood's SArsApAtilLt,
AmericA's Greatest Medicine for the blood.
Poor Blood "SMy blood was so
poor lhAt in hottest weather I felt cold,
Hood's SarsApariltA m.xde me toArm. It is
the right thing in ihe right ptAce." Ihttie
J. TAylor, Woodstown, N. J.
, tlood'i I'lTit nTreTcr llirriTienoiilrrllilTtiK and
nly caUurtio In uEa'WuFnimHi'i TuraajtarUIa
WHO J6Art( MMIMtMK !( MUM
lx mouth t
I'UIIMSIIKD KVKHT PHIPAY
Bnterod at the poit omco at lied Cloud, Neb.aa
Looal oJvcrtUliiK & ccmU per line 'cr Imiio.
Local AdvcrlUliiK for entcrtnliimitilH, con
fcrts, noclnlit, etc., given bjr rliim-lic, clurltutilo
Itclctlen, etc, whero nil moiiojH ralaod llierc
from ato lined wliolly for church or clmrltnblo
aacletlc. firm ten linen frco mid nil over leu
Unci SVi cent cr lino per laatie.
Local advcrtliliiK of eiitiTtaliiincntK, conccrtu,
rtcltaln, etc., where er cent In kIvcii to pro
uiotera, 6 cenU per line er Ikkiic.
Una rolntnn per month (7 Ui
Due hair column por nuiutli ........ II Ml
Olio-fourth culiimn per mouth.. . 1 75
Uencrnl dlaplay ndverlWIiiK U'-i contti per
I'or Jndne of the Hupreino Court,
M. II. UKIHK,
Of Lincoln, Ncbraakn.
Nor ItcKVllta EtnleUnUcritlt)-.
WM. II. KLV,
Of Alnnworth, NobrHnkn,
Of Omahn, Nehrnnka.
S. Judicial Ticket.
Hor Judge. 10th Judicial Ulntrlct,
JM. It. I. KKK.aTK.lt,
Of Alma, Nckrniin,
I'or Cleric oftthe DlMrlct Court.
Of Qlenwood Precinct.
I'or Couuty Trcaturcr,
U. l. ItOBINSON,
Oo Itcd Cloud City, 2d Ward.
Por County Clerk,
Of lied Cloud I'rcclncU
For County Judgo.
Of Harmony I'rccluct.
Ker County Superintendent,
EVA J. CASK,
lOf Ited Cloud City. 2d Ward.
Kor County Sheriff,
Of riciiMiil Hill Precinct.
For Couuty Coroner,
Of (Kenwood Precinct,
For County Surveyor,
V. K. T1I0HNK,
Of (lleuwood Precinct.
ForCommlailoner lit District,
I. 11. KALKY,
Of Pleaiaut Hill Precinct.
Of Ited Cloud Precinct.
Tho indications arc tlmt this is n
In speaking ut iliu populist ticket
wo liutii'd ruiiiuoiui ri'iiibtk that it was
a pood oiio to beat.
It can safely liu Mild that tho demo
pops are in favor of oxpausiou aH far
as their lust vote is concerned.
A good fusion ticket fot 1900. For
president, Rryun of Nebraska; for vico
presidont, Aguinnldo of Luzon.
At tho county central coiuuiiltoo
meeting last Tuesday Madison Finch
resigned as chairman and Y. It, Uoby
was chosen lu his stead.
Alasl How soon tiro h'o forgotten.
Tho pop committee on resolutions
nevor onco inontioued tho names of
Billy liryan oSllppory Si.
Uryau has quit touring tho stato iti
tho iuterests of Slippery Si, and gouo
to Texas to eat diuuor. Now who will
poor Silas got to explain Ills house,
The A, P, A., it is claimed, believes
in koepiug Catholio preachers out of
oilice. This year The Ciiikk will go
the A. P. A. one hotter and try to keep
all preachers out of ofllce,
Admiral Dowoy can't soo why tho
American people want to mako m
much funs about "little things" as he
chooses to call his actions in tho Philip
pines tho past eighteou months,
Tito dotno-pop nro not nftor the
trusts as hard as they would have you
believe. They simply want yon to bo
lievtt that the republicans are responsi
ble for trusts bolug iu oxlstoueo.
Wo understand that a now populist
paper is to bo started in our city and
Hint tho candidate who was turned
down so hard iu tho populist conven
tion on lat Saturday U liable to bo tho
"If you think that Aguinaldo can
govern tho Philippines hater than Mc
Klnloy, ijiun voto for Aguinaldo. Per
sonally I prefer McKinlry and shall
vote for lilni." Chnplaln MaMey of
Convenlioii days ato over and tho
voters will soon havo a chance to ox
press themselves on tho question
whether long experience as a minister
or long cxpeiionco as a teacher best
Ills a person to supervise tho school
intcrcstj of this county.
A trust is a combination of persons
which seeks to control. What would
you call tho domocrat-pnpuliHt-frro-sil.
Is It not a trust, iu fact tho
largesUotifi in the puddle, and ono
which would like to control ovory.
tiling In sight?
I TURNURE - BROTHERS, 1
3JIG NEW FALTj STOCK OF ?S
Dry Goods, Cloaks, Jackets, Capes, ' '
Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Rugs Shoes,
are partly in and coming as fast as the factory and manufacturer can turn then out. Wl
If you are a buyer of these lines of goods let us reason together. f
Tho populists in their resolutions
this year havo deplored everything ex
cept tho low prico of farm nroducts.
and havo accused tho republican party
of everything except falling tc redeem
Its promises to bring belter times to
the laborer and producer. They havo
not had the nerve to do this.
Thoro is ono democrat living south
of luavalo who is "sore" on populism,
lie says last year tho pops came into
his corn Held and took his hired man
away from him and this year they tiro
not satislled with taking away tho
servants of worldly beings but nlso
tnko tho servants of the Lord.
Wo would suggest that tho populists
put the rest of the remaining preachers
on their ticket even if thov can onlv
put them on for assessor. It is a shame
to leave any of them out iu tho cold.-
Hut maybe tho rest of tho preachers
boliovothoy havo boon called to preach
the gospel rather than to run for oilico.
Will the populists of this county
pleacu toll us why they did not pass a
resolution calling attention to tho fact
that tlio "per capita" has been so do
creased by the "iniquitous gold stand
ard" that there is no money to do tlio
business of tho country? Thoro wns
not a word said iu tho populist con
vention about tho per capita.
"O liu" Harvey expounded tho doc
trine of free silver to a crowd of about
three hundred at tho opera house last
Satin day afternoon just after the
pop convention. Wo don't mean three
hundred voters; as tho crowd con
tallied about a hundred women and
children. Mr. Harvey, though no
orator, is what might bo termed a very
ploturcsquo tnlker, that Is, ho has a
groat imagination to draw his conclu
sions from. Anyono who over road his
"Financial School" will acknowledge
U. Li. Kooster, topublican candidate
for district judgo, was in tho city this
week, and while hero took occasion to
remind us thnt wo had overlooked a
part of tho ticket. Wo assured tho
gentleman that It was unintentional
and will not let it happen ngain. Mr.
Kcester, is a llrst-class lawyer, ami his
legal ability, tho principle feature to
bo considered iu tho election of a
district judge, is unquestioned. Calm
slid cool in his dolibeiations, deter
mined and linn in his opinions, decis
ive ami just in his decisions and de
crees, lie promist9to bo a good judgo in
this district, nnd wo bespeak for him a
gootl round majority on November 7.
To po anywhere with my face in this
condition," is the expression of a very
natural feeling. To a beautiful woman
an eruption on the face is the greatest of
calamities, her very beauty seeming to
increase the disfigurement. Ninety
eight times in every hundred, eruptions
are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, and the skin recovers its
maiden bloom and softness. "Golden
Medical Discovery" is a medicine which
acts directly on the blood, purifying it,
increasing its quantity and its rich
ness. Eruptions, blotches, pimples, etc,
arc but surface signs of the corrupt
blood current underneath. Discovery"
cleanses the blood, aud so cleanses
I'or about one year and a half mr lace waa
very badly broken out." writes Miaa Carrie
Adanu, of 116 West Main Bt Uattlecreek, Mich.
" 1 incut a creat deal of money with doctors and
for different kinds of medicine, but received no
benefit. At last I read one of your ailvirttsc
ruetiU, and obtained a bottle or Dr. l'lcrcc'a
(olden Mcdicul Discovery, Ucfnre X had taken
one bottle of this medicine I noticed a change,
aud after taklug three bottles I was entirely
Dr. I'ierce's Pleasant I'eUets keep the
bowela iu healthy condition,
im iKr nl
SUITS and SKIRTS
and the product of
(tyies and high
trade 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 cite, at a price no higher than asked
for ordinary ready-to-wear garments, should
leave her measure with us and make selections
of cloth and style from over a hundred samples
of suitings and dozens of fashion plates, reprc
senllng at, the newest American and European
effecb. Krlccj within the reach of everybody
and prompt deliveries guaranteed.
Uig lino of Ladies Tailor made Suits
aud Skirts iu stock at from ?5.G0 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.
ow are xe $ouv$ o 4o Wus?
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.
OtirsVttho most complete Dress
(JotUs Department evor shown
in tta west nt prices tlmt. tib
If yo nro looking for tlio tip-to-
tiaiO IU V it nl Till-Ill. rn it,,
Our hlanliots wore- bought early
last spriug which places ui in a
position to sell Iilankets at
prices our competitors paid for
theft's. Tho advance on Ulan
keis loelng about 25 per cent.
While in market wo secured the
greatest Bargains in Rugs ever
offered. Wo nro dolling them
faster than wo can mark them.
Our competitors will think this
is a lio. Weill wo havo got
them to thinking.
Our liig Shoo Department is be
coming more popular dnily.
Wo have tho Shoes, tho Styles,
the Values, and will savo you
money in this Dopartmcut.
TURNURE BROS., Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Services each Lord's Day as follows
Morning service nt 10:80. Subject
" Iho Testimony of tho Galileaus."
Hiblo school, 13m.
Junior Christian Endeavor 3 p.m.
Socior Christian Endeavor meets
at 7 p.m.
Afternoon work at tho Inavalo Sun
day 80I100I rally.
Union Services by Evancolist Row
land in tlio Christian church Suutlny
evening ami Monday afternoon nnd
A cordinl invitation is extended to
L. A. Hussonu, Pastor.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Sunday School at 11:80 a.m. Con
ducted by D. It. Spnnogli-.
junior i.eague at 4 p.m.
Senior League at 7 p.m.
1'tayer meeting on Wednesday even
ing at 8.
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All nro most cordially invited to nt
tond. Jamks Mark Dauut, Pastor.
Services noxt Sunday as follows.
Sunday School at 11:45 W F. West,
Young l'eoplo's Union meets at 7.
Regular weeKly prayer meeting on
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
All cordially invited. Seats free.
Isaac W. Epson, Pastor.
Regular sorviccs next Sunday as
Morning at 10.30 work of Americnn
Sunday School atll:46.
Afternoon sormon at IndUu Creek
Young Pcoplo's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 0:30 pm.
Union evangelistic mooting nt the
Christian church at 7:80.
Prayer and praise meeting Wednes
day evening at 8.
All cordially invited to attend these
Fkank W. Dkan, Pastor.'
"For tho sake of fun mischief is done.
A vast amount of mischief is done too
becausH poplti noglrei. to keep their
blood pure. Tim mi-ieliiff, fortunitte
ly, mny bu iinilnno liv the faithful uso
of Hood' Curtupaiillu.
Hood's Pill cure all liver III.
Helon McFarlaud is high school or
ganist this week.
Miss von Pilsum conducted tho open
ing exorcises this week.
The first mouth of school closed Inst
Friday. A good average attendance.
Tho two second nines of the second
ward crossed bats last Saturday. Ilotli
claimed the game.
The botany olass now adorns tho
board with beautiful engravings, sumo
of which closoly roscmblo plants and
The literary societies reorcanized
last Friday with Prof. Kclley over tho
Dtlphinus, Miss McClelland over tho
Excelsiors, aud Miss von Pilsum over
thu Ulympias. Wo give tho program
to be giveti by the Di-lphiaiis on Friday
Recitation, Onier lttitler.
Debate, "Resolved, That intoxicatinir
drink has c.iusud .nolo misery limn all
other causes." Atllrmative. Riclmid
Runoliey, Will Overman. Negative.
Slit nvood Albright and Thomas Mc
Recitation, Earl Ctublll.
Paper, ct.rront evunts, Lawrence
Select reading, Roy Phelps.
Eay, Mnlnd Wells.
Recitation, Ernest Atherton.
All are cordially invited to attend
these exercises which will be held in
Supt. KoltayV recitation room.
NEWTON and SMITH
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
BUGGIES and DEMPSTER WlflDlHIIiliS.
The Coal Period
IS NOW HERE.
Purchase now, before tho price goes up
are at rook bottom, nnd will not go
lower this wear.
In timo of heat prepare for cold. Thoro
Is glittering goodness in our coal.
Clt-nn, slow burning, great heat giving,
makes but little nshos; theaeforu
pleased tidy people.
Full lino of Flo uii and Fkku on hand.
W. B. ROBY,
No. 1 Tiiutp Av. 1'iionk No. S.
PLATT & FREES CO.,
RED CLOUD. NEUKAKKA.
. 1 1
Lumber, Lime. Coal and .Cement.
I Too Late
"Tf K!Lai,uck n th0 8lllU w,,on th0 1,orao is Kono." That ,
imwv . '. mr, Wuyi .tl,an on- T' season of nkw
MOWN hay is hor and you Will SOOIl be femllncr vnm-
horses NEW OATS, 8HEAK OATS and OttEEN cou In
other words tho colic season Js about here. You dm
savt your faithful animals hours of ngony and voursolf I
inancla los and the trouble and exponso o ' coin niiles .
Pitt UP tht'Pfl dnaia In ,l...,l.l t.... .. .. I
gives instant relief. Ask vour arZXri"' ,VDV.T 5
linari'r nnf it nn.l .,... ta 7 . ""ra' " ib xi uw
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you write us at onco.
j Sioux Digestive Food,
i SIOUX REMEDY CO.,
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
The Chief $1.00 a Yew.
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