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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1900)
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"ff 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 all
ages and both sexes.
Dyspepsia " Complicated toilh
liver And kidney trouble, I suffered for
years from dyspepsia, tvith severe pains.
Hood's Sarsaparilla made me strong and
hearty." J. D. Emerlon. Auburn, Me.
Itood'i I'IIIk curn Mtt tlli llif linn IrrlUllwt n
"n)y ftthirtlc to tkn with llmnl'i Srn-tllt.
Ono jour .
PUHMSIIBI) KVKKY HIUDAY
Rnlorcil t tlio pout olticoat Hod Cloud, Neb. a
I.uciil mhurtMiiK fi ii'titn per line per Inmiu
l.ornl AihcrtlKliiK tm i-iiti'ttiiliiiiitmtn, eon
fcriK.cocliilf. elf.. isHcii ! Imri lii'K. I'lmrliiihlo
nrtctk'H, clc. where nil inutie) rnled there
fromnriMiMKl wluill) for eluirch or cli.irltiiblc
Mirlutlc. Ilrkt ton IIih-m fn-o mid nil utur ton
line" S' j renin Kr line per Inmio.
I.uchI aslvvriMinc nf uiitirtnliiiiiPiil. com ert.
rcrltalK. etc . wliern per ent l kIncii to pro
moter.i, t eent" t er line per lm
111!'! AV Alit PHTI"IM.
OikmoIiiiiiii ikt monib JT mi
One lialf f oln I " i muii'i ' '
Oil fourth ciilimiii i i onth '
(lenerHl ili-phiy adteil xlntf ! eiit- er
Itirli rerlvoiK' ,
Tho Minion Kfltorpriso ih urging the
incorporation oi tlmt plai'i'
Tltu linttneml bill passed in tho bon'
nto ycstoidny ly a voto of 10 to 20.
Tho democratic county central com
mittee is called to meet in Hltio Hill to
morrow aftei noon at 'J o'clock.
who gentlemen cannot manage thoir
own business Mieccsefully.
Tho Kearney Hub strikes tliu mill
qiiurely on tho bend when it pays
' Ihi'M) will bo u presidential election
m Ncbitisku this year anil a contest to
cciiik coutiol of the leglslatitio foi
he election of two United Stales sena
ton. Ileal lug this in nil ml, it is doubt
ful policy for any republican nowspa
per to drug any old fights into the
campaign or begin now or later to
make watfaro upon any man in tho
parly who Is capable of assisting in tho
dillloiilt job of carving out u lopubll
can victory, uet in havo pcaco.
Senator Allen now wants tho so:re
tary of state to send him names and
infoi illation as to tho political situation
in Neb nska In tho course of his let
ter ho is quoted as saying' 'i am do
ing nil I can to cause tho tepublicaus
as much tiotiblo as possible" We
haven't tho slightest doubt of the truth
of his statement. A glance over the
news columns of any daily paper will
convince anyone that Allen's only ob
ject is to clog tho wheels of legislation,
and keep congress from doing any
thing, whether it bo for the good, bad,
or iudilTerent However, ho won't last
long The good people ot Nebraska
laid him on tho shelf onco and history
will no doubt repeat itself in his case.
Kidney diseao is tho enemy we havo
must to feat- as a tesult of the foveiish
restlessness of our much vaunted mod
ern civil!, ition. It is a trecherotis en
emy, working out its deadly elTeot un
der cover of the moit trilling symp
toms. The lirst indication of changes
in the urine, fiequenl headaches, di
gestive troubles should ho the signal
for ptompt lemedial mc.isuics. 1'iickly
Ash LSittctsn a kidney t enicdy of su
perlative in-lit, it toothing, in-ill i M vr,
and ti I'lig'hciiing, ipm ly it-lir i- i lit
aching oi miii'Iiio-. tluil always tip
pe.ii-.mthe ailv.uii'cd stages, checks
the progress of the disease and tlm.ugh
its excellent cleansing and legulating
ellectiu thostomnch, liver and bowels,
it btings back tho strength and ruddy
glow of vigorous health. Sold by C.
No Gripe, Pmn
Or discomfort, no Irritation of the In-testlnes-litit
gentle, prompt, lliorom.li
healtlifitl cleansing, wlien uit lako
bold by all druggists
V. S Morelaiid of McCook is bcinir
nilvanced by his friends as a candidate
for repre-ientnlivoof tlio liftli district
on tho republican congressional ticket.
Few democrats expect Bryan to be
elected, hut they greet him w ith enthu
siasm n an inteiregnum, a candidate
whose defeat can bo comfoitably ill'
An eastern demoeiatie paper has lig-
uted it out that Oh'o will u'o for Hrjan
this year After carefully llguiing
tlio niatti r over we have concluded tho
Un'tcd State will go for McKinley
Tho total number nf men in Un
united States which could bo called
upon to do military duty is, unorgan
ized 10,343,150, and the organized
strength is 100,339. Tho organized
strength averages about ono out of
every ono hundred men available.
C. II. Deitrich of Hastings is being
considerably talked of among tho re
publican papots ot the Btato as a suit
able candidate for tho office of gover
nor. Tim republican party wants a
good man to head its ticket this year,
and judging from present indications
thoro will bo plonty of timber from
which to select such a candldato.
Congtessman Sulheilaud is getting
somewhat tattled in an attempt to do
two things at once, vi attending to
his duties at Washington, and keep
from having a few knives slipped into
his back by asptting btnicHiien at
homo. Ho might eliminate his troub
les by coming homo and attending to
his political fences. He would never
bo missed in Washington.
On July 1, 1890. tho total amount of
money in circulation in tho United
States was 11,503,725,000. On Febru
arylst, WOO, not quite four years later
tbo amount in circulation was $3,003,
140,855. And this increase without the
aid and consent of fro silver at
the ratio of eteent'wun. No onder
Wm. J. Uryan wants to mako some
thing other than free silver tho lead
ing campaign issue.
Tho anti-trust conforonce at Chicago
tliis week proved beforo the final wind
up to bo and anti-trust conference of
a diliorcnt charactar than what had
boon advertised. Tho loaders each ap
parently bold a littlo conference of
their own and ovidoutly decided to
anti-trust tho other participants of the
general conference any farther than
ho could throw a bovino of tho mascu
line gender by caudal appendage.
Scratch tho averago whito winged
reformer on tho back and you will find
a disappointed, chronic oilico-seeker,
.fellowB whom their own associates
-havo turned djwu regularly and to
.poatedly; individuals with moro gall
-than brains, moro insolent mundaeity
than character They know it all.
.Nothing on earth, tho heavens abovo
or waters beneath, is boyond their
omnipotent ability to correct or to
manugo, and yet in fact theso snuie
l'ctbaps for tho purpose of bringing
the heathen Filipinos into tho refine
ments, amenities and lofty morals of
the American systems of government
gradually, so as not to scare them by u
too sudden vision of our perfections,
Senators Quay of Pennsylvania, Clark
of Montana, and Itlackbtiru of Ken
tucky, had better be constituted a com
mission to form a tempoiary oligateby
for them. The Conservative suggests
in eii-o thesu great statesmen gel the
job, that they tiy a cross of Kentucky
gun government upon Montana dollar
government and cnorgi.e tho hybtid
uith political nnials ftoni I'entisvl-
van'ti of the (Juay brand An oigani.i-
timi syndic utii.g brute force, the money
power and Quay morals till into :t mo
nopoly for the acceleration of "benev
olent assimilation" in tliu Philippines
would bo of infinite service to hu
A whnlo lot of good wholesome
sound ad vico to tho republican patty
of this state is contained in tho follow
ing from tho Minden Gazotto, and es
pecially in tho latter part of tho ar
ticle: "Tho Gazette believes that ono
state convention is enough for tho pur
pose of telecting delegates to tbo
national convention, and alBo plac
ing in nomination a stato ticket. It is
truo that it would be a long campaign,
but repudlicans have everything in
their favor in tho campaign this yenr
ami havo nothing to fear from along
campaign hat is wanted moro than
anything olso is a livo stato conimitteo
with a good man at tho head and a re
tirement of Mimn of the leeches who
hang around hendquarters for what
thero is in it for tbom. Thcro is little
oncouregamout for younger element in
tbo party to tako hold and oxort them
selves very hard so long as tho 'old
gang' insists upon running the ma
cbiue. What is needed is a good,
clean, strong ticket, and a live, active
committee, and thoro will bo no doubt
as to tho election."
It would tlo some of our citizens gooiW
who are known ns tho moneyed men of
the place, to tako a trip to Kansas City
and learn from llf property owners
and wealthy citizens ono of tho ele
ments which went far towatds making
that place one of the foremost cities of
the west. This element was made up
by a number of men who could and
did get together on a friendly business
basis, who put behind them the littlo
dllTeretiecs and jualousies of private
business affairs and stinted out to put
monoy in their own pockets by enhanc
ing tlio value- of their real estate hold
ings This could not bo done by keep
ing their money in disuse. When an
enterpriso was broached which bid fair
to put another (poke in tho wheel of
Kansas City's progress nntl prosperity
they dug down in their bank accounts
and put up the necessary cash. When
this could not be done individually or
by twoorthrno it was done by a score
and oftentimes by a chippiag in of all
who wero able in tho city What was
tho result! Business enterprises wote
built up. This meant more people in
tlio way of operatives and management.
More people, called for moro homes
moro hotels and more merchants to
cater to the supply of their demand?.
If it had not been for the putting of
money into enterprises by her own cit
izens K-itisas City would novvr hare
been u hat she is. One of hei big tin
del takings was the building of Cmi
vention Hall titui as soon as the idea
wns ndvini'f (I it was ta'en nil. mi'i
- si'l l'tl'i!l p !)! IS ttl'le I III lll.tlvtl, ,! o
i l) tin- and in oilier niauueis the in
w i- raised and the building built Mi' t
stands today as a monument to the
push of her citizens. Red Cloud could
build enterptises on a smaller scale in
the same manner. Wo need a cunning
factory, a distillery or any old thing
which hires men ntid which will tako
us out of tho slough of despond. An
up tvdato opera hotiso wouldn't hurt
t io biisinoosof out niei chants.
The Way to Go to California
is in it tout 1st sleeper, personally con
ducted, via the Uiiillngton lloiite. You
make fust time. You see the lluest
seeneiy mi the globe.
Yoiircai is not so expensively ftu
iiilied as a pilncii sleeper, but it is
just ax clean, just us eoiufm table, just
as good to I lib' in and iieaili 620.00
cheaper It bus wllo vcMibulcs;
I'intsoh gas; high hacked seats; a uni
formed ptillni.in poiter; clean bedding;
spacious toilet rooms; tables and a
heating uir-go lleiug strongly and
heavily built, it tide smoothly; is
win m In winter aud.eool in summer.
In chin gc of each exclusion putty is
an experienced' excursion conductor
viii accompanies it right thioiigh to
Cats leave Oiuahn,St. Joseph, Liu
coin and Hastings every Thuisdav, ar
ming San Fiiiucici following Sunday,
Los Angeles Monday Only .luce day i
fnun Hie Missouii live) to the Pacific
const, incliidieg u stop ovt r of li hours
nt Denver and '.' bonis at Salt Luke
City two of the most inteiesting cit
ies on tliecontint ut. l-or folder giving
full iuforma'.lon, call at any lim ling
ton Home ticket oillco, or wiite to
J. Fit A Nf Mi,
(icii'l P.is.senger Agent Omaha, Neb.
"Kxpeiience is the lies' te'ieher."
Hvery testimonial in favor of Hocd's
S.ir'aparilla is the voice of evpei it-neo
to you, and ,ou may lake this niedi
cine with peifcct conltilenee that ii
will do for you what it has done for
S, S. S, is a Great Blessing to
New Blood and Life,
Pill cine billioiiMie-s. sick
IM ii in to Your I'nvriil-t Willi CisrnrrM.
ltv.nv. If i' '
mil on forevar.
i 'nrnt inoney.
Age does not necessarily mean
feebleness and ill health, and
nearly all of the Rickness nmoug
nirl Dnnnln i P!unr Thnm older people can bo avoided Most elderly
UlU rOOPlB. UlVGS IM people are ny susceptible to illncm,
1 i. hi it tu M-linlli- iinnnrr-ssnrv. IH keen-
ing their blood pure they can fortify themselves
so as to eM-npe three fourths of tho ailments
from which tho sutler m generally. t. a. &. m
tho remedy which will keep their nystcms young by purifying tho blood,
thoroughly leinoving mi wasio iivciiinuiiiuuiin, ni uut.i
ingnow strengtli and life to tho whole body It incrcaoca
the uppetite builds up thu energies, nnd sends now life
giving blood throughout the entire system
Mis Sarah I'ike 47? IJroadway, South Boston, writes:
'I am seventv ears old. and bad not enjoyed good health
for tuontv ven'rs 1 was sick in diHerent ways, nnd in
addition lind Kczeiim terribly on one of my legs Tho
doctor said that on account of my age, I would never bo
well nuiiiti I took it dozen Iwttlea of S. S. S, and it cured mo
completely nnd I urn nappy to say that
I fWl as well us I eu-r did in my life. '
Mr. J W. Loving, of Colquitt On, wivh: "lor eight
een vears I sulTered tortures from n llery eruption on
mv s-kln I tried almost every known remedy, but they
failed ono by one. nnd I was told that my nge. which is
sixtv st w'tiH against me. and that I could never hope
to be well again. 1 llnnllv took S. S. H.. and it cleansed
my blood thoroughly, and now 1 am in perfect health "
S. S. S. FOR TOE BLOOD
is tlio only remedy which can build up and strengthen
old people, because it is tbo only one which is guaranteed
tree i mm iiotiisii. inoretirv, nrhcuic mm uikt ihuii.ik'"k , , , , .
minerals It is made from roots and lei lis. nnd lia to chemicals wbatover
in it. S S S euies the worst iMses of Scn.fi.Iu.' .ni.-.-r I ei.ui Klieumatism,
Tettc. Open Sues Cliioiuc fl--eis Hi-il-i. or nnj ntln-r I the MmuL
Books on theso diseases will be sent fioo by Swift Sperilic t . Atlanta, da.
l.u rgi. s t Crt i In t inn
of Ml Political
Ptipcrst in West.
k OR W66KIV
Do You Want a Calendar.
Tho biggest and best calendar cv
er issued by any American railroad is
tow being distributed by tho Hurling
It has twelve sheets, one for each
month of the year. On each hheet i;s a
striking illustration of some feature of
the Bui lington's sorvieo of of the ten i
tory reached by its lints tho govern
ment fast mail running at full speed; a
toiuist ear on its way to California,
engine lo'Jl, the largest passenger en
gine in the wuld, a library ear; a com
partment sleeper; tho Miirlinglou sta
tion at Ointlia; a dining cur; a moustt r
freight train; Kstes Park, Colorado, the
plunge bath at Hot Springs, South Da
kota, Yollowstono Falls, etc.
't'ho drawings from which itho pio
Hires wore made aro by Louis Braun
hold, of Chicago, nnd cost several hun
Tho siao ot thooalcndar is 22x38.
Tho dates aro in big typo which caa
bo read at a distance ot 50 feet. For
business officos tho Burlington calen
dar is simply invaluable.
Purchased in largo quantities, the
calendar costs the Burlington Route
27 conts apieco. With postage pack
ing, etc,, thoy represent an investment
of about 35 conts. Our prico is 25 cents
10 conts less than cost. Write for
one; stamps will do. If it is not satis
factory, send it back and your money
will bo promptly rotunuou.
A J FltANCIS,
Gonoral Pass. Agt , Omaha, Nob.
Thcro has been considerable said of
late about T. M. Bhellenbarger of Alma
being tho possible candidate for con
gressional honors on the fusion ticket.
This may bo all right but T. M. hap
pens to bo a domocrat, and this is an
office which, considering tho strength
of the populists in this district and the
apparent insignificanco of tbo demo
crats, is sure to land on the pop side
of tlio fusion pio counter, nnd there
fore tho possibilty is tha'. T. M. and
his democratic friends will havo to
tako a back seat for tho populist nomi
nee, which will in all probability be
Roderick Dim Sutherland. It is all
light for the democrats to advanco a
candidate but when the fusion conven
tion is held they will swallow Roderick
Dim at ono gulp and ?ay nothing, The
democrats of this district haven't tho
backbone to put up a candidate of
their own without tho aid or consontof
tho other political parties which com
prise the fusion forces. About the only
thing wo havo so far hoard of the dem
ocrats getting, is a chanco to vote
what is called u fusion ticket and is
generally made up at tho ratio of six
teen to oae sixteen pops to ono democrat.
Remember that name when you want
a ileliclous, appetizing, nourisning
food drink to tako tho placo of coffee.
Sold by all grocers and liked by ail
who hare used it. Grain-O is made of
puro grains, it aids digestion and
strengthens the nerves. It is not a
stimulant but a health builder and
tho children as well as l tho adults
can drink It with great benetit. Costs
about one fourth as much as coffee.
10c and 25o por package. Ask your
groier for Grain-O.
What Do the Children Drink.
Don't give them tea or coffee. Have
you tried the new food drink called
Grain-O. It is delicious and nourish-
ing and takes the place of coffee. The
more Grain-O you give tho children
the moro health you distribute tnrough
their bysteniB. Grain-O is made of
put e grains, and when properly pro
pared tastes like tho choice grades of
c.otT.-e but costs about one-fourth as
much. All grocers soil it. 15c and 25c.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cat liar
tin rOunn v-mir tilnnrf nnd keen it clean. b
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im-
punticB tiom me oouy. mwu mw
banish pimples, 1kUb, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascorctii, beauty for ten cenU. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c,25c,COo.
Regular examinations for persons
desiring to teach in Webster county
aro held in tho superintendent's oillco
at Red Cloud, the thiid Saturday iu
Eva. J. Cam, County Supt,
Did you ever try to dodge the
rain-drops? Did not succeed
very well, did you? It's just
as useless to try to escape from
the germs of consumption. You
can't do it. They are about us
on every hand and we are con
stantly taking them into our
Then why don't we all have
this disease? Simply because
these germs cannot gain a foot
hold in a strong throat and
lungs. It's when these are
weak that the germs master.
The body must be well supplied
with fat. The danger comes
when the blood is poof a"d thu
body is thin. If your cough docs
not yield, and your throat and
lungs feel raw and sore, you
should not delay another day.
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypophos
phltes at once. It will heal th
Inflamed membranes and greatly
strengthen them as well. The
digestion becomes stronger, the
appetite better and the weight
increases. The whole body be
comes well fortified and the
germs of consumption cannot
gain a foothold.
It's this nourishing, sustain
ing and strengthening power
of SCOTT'S EMULSION that
has made it of such value in
all wasting and exhausting
50c. tnd ti.oo, all droggUu.
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