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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1900)
DROP of ink will color a whole glass
of water. It is an inch of yeast which
makes a pan of bread rise, and a single
cake of soap containing unabsorbed
alkali can ruin a hundred times its cost in laces
and fine embroidery. After all, is it wise to take
such risks with common soap ? Of course you
can get along without Ivory Soap. So can a
wagon without axle grease but it goes hard.
eonttMT tit tf ihi mootii ftjumi to. cmciAn
Sue jesr It 00
l'UUMSIIKI) KVKKV KHIIlAY
Kutcrud at tliu post nltlre nt It e 1 Cloiul, Neb a
ecuiul rlk ihhII tnHttur.
t ucnl ml irllvliiK fi ( outs per line or IhMit"
l.oonl AilcrtlliiK for villi rlaliiinvtilH, ton
tcrle kocIhIb. etc . kIumi Ii)' iIiiiii liu. ( ImrlliiblL'
indrllt'S, Lll' . Mlll'tf (ill IIIIUIL'JS mlU'll ItllTl"
from iiti iikul hull) for iliiirdi nr (hirltnMc
ocletlc"c, llrxi leu lliii'H free anil all hut ten
linen U'J cents per line per lue.
I.ocnl nilverlliliiKiif ontertalniiieiit, romertx.
rcrlials, oie , when- per lent Is kIicii to pro
innterH, fi ( ents ) or line er Imuv.
Onu column ier nmiilli ?7 ()
One liulf uiliiinii per ninntti !l Hi
One fourth coliinin per month t Vr
(ieucrul display mhcrtlslni; K'i cciiIh per
Ki'ptiblicnn nliis linvu been nolo,
nblo Inth in Nebraska and Kansas dur
ing tho past twelve months This is
Porto Kici) is not i'iy lut ni'. but tin'
politicians in tliiMlt'iuncialii' paity sue
hoping il is liugti enough lu siirvc us a
grave for ftci' silver
Thero piomiie.s to bo no deal tb of
oandidatos at thustatooon volition next
Wodnosday. Kvury placo on tlio tick
et will bo holly contested.
Kveryono is coiup'.utely nt son as fur
ns tlio vico presidency is concornotl,
nml tlioro is absolutely no ono of tlio
republican leaders who can today say
with certainty who will bo nominated.
Oregon republicans mu for expan
sion, tlio Nicaragua canal, tlio opon
door in China, anil, very naturally, for
the colli stnndatd ns the basis on which
oriontal countries should pay for their
A numbor of papers over the stato
nro making great forecasts in publish,
ing a tickot that would meet with
their approbation. Howovor wo pro
for to wait until after tho stato convon
tion to publish a tickot. $
As a kickor the democratic party is
n screaming succoss. As a clog on the
wheels of progress it boats tho air
brake. As n promisor it out promises
tho man who never pays his debts.
Hut whon it conies to keeping its
pledges the recordjis different.
OTue Chicago platform .'attributed to
tho demonetisation of silver a "corres
ponding fall In the prico'of commodi-
ties produced by the people." A party
that Jreafilrms that nonsonso in; the
year 1900 oonfesaorthat its stock of
common sonso is exhausted. '
What has bocomo of tho old time
populist who didn't boliovo a lawyer
should hold oillco Thero is still nil
other old fashioned pop who has passed
from viow. Wo rofor to tho ono who
always wanted tho ofllco to seek tho
man, instead of tho man seoktng tho
ofllco. If theso goutlemon aro still in
tho populist party ami on earth wo
would like to havo them located.
At a rural literary dobato in Mis
souri last week, tho subiect. "Ro
solved that democratic principles aro
contrary to tho laws of God," was
handled by an afllrmativo dobator in
such a tunnncr that a negative dobater
nurieil u chair at his head, dislodging
throo of tho hitter's tueth This so un.
raged tho juiigos that they closed the
contest 3um.in.irHy, giving tho ntlltmn
tivo side tho decision. A general light
ensued, in which one of tho judges had
his nose brokou, nuothor sulTered n
fractured rib and two of tho nugntlvo
debaters sustainod brokon limbs.
Hopublicans nil over the country nro
iu haimony on nllthoisstics. Those of
New Jersey, in their statoconvention to
ehoosu delegates nt largo to tho Phila
delphia convention, gave nlienity in
dorsement to Piesiilent McKinley, not
only on the issues which weru tit the
fiont at tho timo of his nomination
foiii jeais ago, "but in the wi-doin anil
exalted Htatesiuanship with which he
has dealt with the now and complex
pioblemsof gloat iritional eonseiiuenee
which liavesineo arisen " 1'iaetieally
all tho state eonwntioiis which Iiiimi
been lit 111 hae taken the same ground.
That leaileis do not always control
in oongic.s" is well known to cloo ob
sei vei s. The latest pi oof that tl.ey do
not is tho aunounceinent that tho
house will take up tho Nicaragun ennal
bill on May 1st, and vote upon it the
next day. In this case tho leaileis
weio who enough to accede to tho po
lite request of -'."SO members of the
house and change their plan of post
poning tlii' canal bill until next winter
They knew tl.at it was in the powet of
those '.'SO ineiiibeis to fmco compli
aneo with their wishes at any tune
they might see lit to do it. The pass
age of the bill is assuied.
Since last weok tho gubernatorial
boom of (i. M. Lnmbertsou has spread
to every nook and corner of tlio stato.
In spoaking of him it can bo said that
ho is probably tho host known mid
m jst.ablo candidate for gubernatorial
honors that has so far been heard of.
Ho docs not seek tho nomination, but
if nominated will accept tho task of
heading the republican tickot this fall.
No better man could bo fouud in tho
s'.ato under tho present conditiou.
What tho republicans want this fall is
a candidate to head their tickot who
has tho good will of not only republi
cans behind him, but also tho good
will of all tho voters of tho state, and
such a man is G. M. Lambortsou.
Go fishing where fish have been
caught bv others If you want to be
cured take the medicine which has
cured others. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery cures diseases of
the stomach and organs of digestion
and nutrition. It cures many dis
eases which seem remote from the
stomach because it cures the stomach
tn which such diseases have their
"Word fall to express what I suffered for
h !".' wUh f,l chilli, tilpitition of
write; m2 a"?.0! . a Io PiriU."
Irton Co iAoC- J?"' "fWallerboro. Col.
Z fi.ih0UKh.t ' y0"111 "con die Had a
ES2 u.I!?1"1" hRh "X head all the
Jim JJ" ,ermaei'f and weak I could
fi;,v:..T "'"", piiaw ner, and ji fv.
different pl,yilciana - " """ ' "ai,IUC
ti,Vr.1!lerce's Wrant Pellets cleanse
-Jem.,, m, ii-guiaic me liver.
I'VlaJ - m m a mm m . .TJ1 T-.1T
r nAb LURED a2S&
8 PER CENT OF THOSeI
BWHO HAVE USED IT.,
One of tho old and timo tried leaders
of democracy in Kiusas mado the fol
lowing cliaiaeteilstic roply to n letter
wiitten to liim to join tlio fusion forces
'which nro sweeping on like a prairie
lire." "Pinirio liio is good; tho simile
appropt iato. It gives force and fei vor
to tho term. What more iittlnglv do
seiibcs the snap and crackle of fusion
than a pinirio the, which gallops like
death on a palo liorso hollward? What
other figure so aptly cxpi esses the
blending of elements atwlnto heat to
the crackling musio of tho flames that
leavo only blackness in their wake!
Tho similitude is (till mote fitting
when ono rollouts that praitie tires
never benellt anybody and that only
heedless persons stmt them nnd that
only fools light them So tho editor
will only watch the tiro sweep on It
ennnot do much harm. Theio is no
young timber in Undemocratic home
stead to Miller. What little wasn't
deadened in '00 by tho stato convention
in loosing tho foxes of populism witli
Hi o brands to their tails wns charted
to tho roots iu tlio conllagiation start
ed by heedless incendiaries at tho con
vontion in 180S. Tlio fear old demo
cratic stumps left standing can sin vivo
another scorching "
Tlio fnct Hint Nebraska cities aio fig
uieing on fall entertainments to draw
visitors in crowds, is an indication that
tho old timo spirit of the west is com
ing to tho foro in this period of pros
perity. Another indication thnt Ne
braska is awakening to the- opportu
nities about her is tho fact that many
"third" nnd "fourth" cities nrc ngitnt
ing tho question of organizing com
mercial clubs nnd striving to locato
manufacturing industries in their con
lines. Tho cities of tho sta'.o nre nwak
cuing from their lethargic condition
nnd n now era of development, im
provement nnd business expansion lias
begun. Pot hups the onwnrd move
inent will not bo carried so fat a' il
was during the boom times, and per
haps it will better if il is not. Many
Niliraska cities aie now ii n nng
fiom the i fleets of the boom wlm li, no
f'lttunately was followed by impful-j
in os and a panic, and the expeiniice
of a few j est is tiM will utidiiuiiti .llj
pioe a le-on to the caution-, ini-im
man, and bo to him a warning th a it
is better not to expand moie tapidly
than tip.de ii bight will waiiant
The lopublicans of tho 1 ifth con
gressional district met nt liohlrego
Wednesday and nominated W S Mor
Ian of McCook for congies bj accla
mation. Tlio convention was called to
older by Chairman Luce nnd a per
manent org.ini.itioii was pufected
with W. P. McCrcaiy of Hastings as
chairman and A. (.'. Kelt of tvipeiioi as
seeietary It took only a lmit tune to
complete the nomination it V s. Mor
Ian of McCook for eongi -aiau, as on
the I'uM ballot all votes wi e leeoided
in Ins favor His speech of acceptance
created a favoiable impulsion, as it
was right to the point nnd showed thnt
the nominee wns something more than
a mere politician, being a man of force
and character. W. L. llagito of Kear
noy county was made presidential elec
tor. For delegaots to the Philadelphia
con vontion O. A Abbott of Hall county
and G. L. Day of Nuckolls were select
ed. Tho convention was a harmon
ious ono from beginning to end. The
delegates showed thoy were thero for
business ami thoy went away with tho
linn determination to show that the
good work begun would bo carried out
at tho polls by olecting a man to tho
noxtcongross who should by a credit
to tho Fifth congressional district.
After May lirst, I will occupy the
room on corner of Main street, oppo
situ tho Stato li.uii;, wlieio I will be
pleased to meet all of niy old custo
mers and mauy now ones, as I carry a
full lino of hardware and tinware Dj
not foigot tho placo in room formerly
known as the "rookery" building which
is bciug titled up In nico shape for con
venience of all who aro in need of
goods in my lino.
Try Grala-CX Try Graln-Ot
Ask your grocer today to show jou a
package of Grain-O, the new food
drink that takes the placo of coffee.
Tho children may drink it without in
jury nsjwell as the adult. All who try
it, llko it. Grain-0 Ins that rich seal
brown of Mocha or Java, but it is mado I
iiuiu iniiuKuiius, aim mo most iioiicate
stomach receives it without distross
One-fourth tho price of coffee. 15c and
25c per package. Sold by all grocers.
Big Sidewalk Sale!
SATURDAY, APEIL 28, 1900.
Or. the above date we place on the sidewalk in front of our double store the
following goods which will be sold at prices that will be under any
and all competition. This is for cash only.
Sidewalk Sale of Clothino. 1 bidewalk bale ot Ualicoes.
Sidewalk Sale of Shces.
CO pairs baby shoes nt 10c
SO pniis 31.00 and ii no shoes nt
20 pairs $1 25 and $1 50 shoes nt
18 pairs $1 7o to ?!2 oO shoes nt
10 paiis men's $1 00 to $2 50, No.
10 only, at 85c
I) paii plow nnd lino shoes nt
100 paiis low cut shoes, foi merly
$1.25 nnd VI 50, at white tags
$1.00. Ked tags i 50, green
tags $1 50.
of clothing nt just one-
$2 00 Suits nt $1.50.
$1 00 Suits nt $2 00.
$0 00 Suits nt $3 00
7 00 Suits nt 13 50
$10 00 Suits M WOO
CO pairs pant, at lj oil
Sidewelk Sale of Shirts.
Lit No 1 nt 25c
Lot No. 2 nt-12e.
Lot No 3 at 4D
Lot No. 4 nt 50
Lot No 5 at 73c.
Lot No 5 at 02ic.
10 yards dark shades in Calicecs
10 ynids good tic calico, light
colois for 34c
20 pieces of our best Go calico,
blue and white, led nnd
white, nnd red nnd black at
5c per yni d
Sidewalk Sale of Caps.
10c Men's enps, light summer
weights, woitli f i om 10c to
61.00, cut to 25c each.
Sidewalk Sale of Underwear
570 Men's Undergarments tit 15c
each Theso gat nients :u e equal
to most 40c garments
This sale is for SATURDAY ONLY. Bring your pockctbook with you.
nii in i'
Jj "5v l SEE
I) TlL. THAT THIS
I V TRD?MAR
A 5Lk IS BRANDED
V OH EVERY
- TV SHOE.
Have just received a shipment
of the fatuous
Every lady will ho interested iu theso shoes as they aro tho piet
ttest styles ever shown here. Quito equal to the best 3 50 shoos.
QUBBN QUKLITY LOln SHOSS $2.50.
dig lino boys shoes; black nnd tnn, nsuoatns thobestnien's shoes.
Ourgiocerv trade is climbing at a into of 20 percent a week Wo ollertho following special for S.itniitay.
17 pounus line sweet pi lines 51 !i pounds peaches 25c. 9 bats White Russian s-oap 25c.
8 bars Lnm simp 25e. 10 bars Santa Clans soap 25c 100 lb sack (t mutilated sugar W 75.
Evaporated apples 10 pel lb !J Ib.s Mill ill led apples 25e II cans choice tomat ies or corn for 25c.
EveiyihingelM iu piopnrtion Flesh vegelnhles and ben n-s tin ee r font tunes a week
(July two weeks left foi t gg coiitetant Nnwisthe tune to gt 1 in j.uir best woik Niw diess
pittern civcn uwuv next in inth.
Nebraska Mereantile Go.,
TIIH PEOPLE THAT DO THE lil'SINESS.
B te M. It.Y
it ed ri.uri), xehj:.
S'l. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL'l LAKE C"J
and all points
TRAINS LEAVE AS rOLLOWS.
No, 13. 1'assctiKcr dally for Obcrlln
nml M. KrauclH brandies. Ox
ford, McCoolc, DeuTcrnnd all
polats w&st....... ...... 8 SJ a m
No, II. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchlion. bt.
Louis, Lincoln Tla Wymore
and all iolnts east and soutb 8:15 pm
No. IT. Passenger, dally. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
California .. ....... ......... 7:30 p.m
No. 18. Passenger, daily for St. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchison, St.
Louis and all points cast and
south . 10.80a.rn
Nn. 141 Accommodation, dally except
Sunday. Hastings, Grand Is
land, lllack Hills and all
points In tho northwest......... 1:00 p.m
S'o. U3. Accommodation, dally except
similar, Oberlln, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, via lie
No. 61, Freight, dally, Wymore and
St. Joe and Intermediate
Junction points 13.4Sp.rn
No, S3. Freight, dally for Hcpubllcati
Orleans, Oxford and all points
west 10:40a. m
No, 80, Freight, dally except Sunday
for Wymore and all point east fi,4Sa.m
No. 173. Freight dally to Oxford and
Intermediate points .............. 1:30 p.m
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair cart,
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point tn tht United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tablet, nups or Uckau
call on or address a. Conorer, Agent, Red
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
Notice of Guardian Sale
In the nistrlit (uiirl or tin 'Um.IIi .Imlidnl
liMrtet In nnd fur WiiiMiruitmt iiiiil.n
In the mutter of tla i-tnii of Ni-uli ( Mur
pli di 1 eased
Notice Is liereli) given Hint InpiiiMianii' .,f nn
order of Hon IJ1 I. Adams .Imlgu of tin Ids
trU t court of the Tenth Judicial IiMrlit 11 nml
for W'olisier toiintj. Nibriika. inmle oil the lull
lay of March. 1M0, fur the sale of mil estate
hereinafter described, there will ho sold at the
cast door of Hie court house, iu Ked (.loud, Iu
salil county and state, at sue o'clock p m, 011 the
'.Nth clay of April, 1WU, at public einliie to the
highest bidder for .cash, the following cie
bcribcd real estate to nit
An tiiidlUded two sevenths Intorest In fee
simple ot the following tract of Nnd, beginning
at n point 4(t aMiO feet west 0' the norlheast
corner of tho southwest quarter of section two.
township one north, rangs eleven west of the
Bill p m in Webster county Nebraska, thence
running west M and '-T 1(0 feet, thence south
P,rtaniri5 in feet, thence cast I ami 27 l'Ofeet,
thenco north 4tW and 35 103 feet to place of be
ginning, containing one acre more or less, nil iu
southwest iiuarterof section one township two,
north, range eleven, Webster county, Nebraska,
Said to bo open for the space of one hour,
Guardian of Minor heirs of Sarah C. Murphy,
Cuanm- & MERccn, Attorneys.
Application for License
Notice Is hereby ghen that a petition signed
by tnlrty or more rcsldont freeholders of the
Second wnrd of the city of Ited Cloud, Nebraska
lias been tiled w lth the city clerk of said cllj of
Ited Cloud. prailiiR Unit a llcenso be granteil to
Mycr M. Stern fortlie tale of malt, i-plrltous nnd
vinous lliiuorsonilot three (,T). block one il)
WUIIhiiis Hildltlofi to the cltj of Ited Cloud. Ne
braskn, that action will betaken 011 said pe
tlllou by the Mnyor and City Council on the 2nd
day of May, 1900. or at tho first meeting of the
, J E Kesimi. Cliy Clerk.
Dated at Ited Cloud, Nebraska, April 11, 1900.
1 vniHiHuna sridL in
.WTMAfl, Alwftvi nlltbu - '
. ltmrMMtmyu aa4 lmlto.
ajwi lt J" OncTM. m mU . la
aaTM MaT L.'l'.'iui ZT?
MmUm hrt, r-SICaTri'
Our Coal is SUPERIOR
STILL SELL AL THE SAME OLD
Waqon Soales Baok of Offioe.
Huy ntul sell Baled Hay, Corn, 0.its
Millet, Barley, Etc.
Full line of Flour ami Feed on hnnd.
W. B. ROBY,
No. 1 Tiiiiid Av. I'honk No. 51
Application For License.
Notice Is hereby given that a petition signed
by thirty or more rosldcnt freeholders or the
I Irst ward of the city of Ited Cloud, Nebraska,
has been filed with tho city cler of said city of
John Polnlcky by the council of said city for
on lot ilx(), In block thirty-one (31). original
FJrt ward of tho city of Hed Cloud, that action
Will k. ab..M ah s.l ..... . .
"... nun uu iu psiuion ot ins aayor nu
City Council an the M day of May. 1M0. r at
, , , J.K. KisLiR,CltyCIrk.
Dated at Ited Cloud, Nebraska, April II, 1M.
Tho "layinR on of hands" is said to
bo a sure euro for tho cigarutto habit if
nttomltul to at tho proper timo. Tho
left hand should bo placed upon tho
neck of tho youngster, with a Rotitlo
though linn pressure forward nml
dowuwatd, bringing tho urchin in a
propor attitude over tlio niatornal
knee, thou apply tho right hand wheio
il will do the most good, Two or t luce
treatments will elk-eta onto Ex
Is your iiainu wi iitou thci e Where?
Ou our subset iptiim hooks for tlio hist
year in the 19th century. It should be.
See Wright beforo you buy a gas or
Few realize what a deep-seated, obstinate disease Catarrh is repardltif it . n !ti inii.m,n
the nose and throat, little or no attention is given it. BuL howeve? insL?nifia u
is serious and far-reaching in its results. ' uowever ''Snificant it may seem at first, it
t Tue.if0Ul secrctions1etering tie circulation poison the entire system. The stomach kidnevs-ln
act al the organs -feel the effect of this catarrhal poison, and when the lungs Tare "reached I u prams?
is rapid and destructive, and finally ends in consumption. b reuencu us progreaa
It frequently happens that the senses of hearing and smell are in part or entirely lost the soft bones of
the nose eaten into and destroyed, causing Intense suffering and gxtyimtS.
washes and salves may give temporary relief, no permanent benefit can beexpec'ted fron "such 1 brMtment
CATARRH IS A CONSTITUTIONAL OR BLOOD DISEASE,
and far beyond the reach of mere local remedies. Those who rely upon them for a cure lo. vniimhu itm- ... jt u
pointment and allow the disease to take firmer hold. Onl v a real Mood AymitSSi with,-disap"
S. S. S cures Catarrh because it first cleanses and builds up the blood, urifies "makes it rich mul henlt v"?0" , l ,SeaSei
puts new life into the sluggi.h voni-out orcans. and thus relieves the SvX nf ' V.?" . L"?"?,1. stimulates and
Mm Tnsrnhlnp Pnlltitl nf Dun Viwt ft r urli.ai iit t,n,i. i. .t.ii. . .
seated tl ail woa entirely dtof in one car. and nil Inside of m noe li c udl ng r art o il.e oiVe
MoiiKlied off Whin the diseo,e had gone this 'ar the phjfctan pic me imns Incurable 1
determined to try h h h ns a last reort nnd Ikriii to iinnrment once. It seen cdtoiit it IhJ
seat of tlicdUeasr, 11 ml ufter n fiwr wceVs' treaimcul I x;..s entire! cured, nnd for more li in
seven )carshnc had no sign of the dixrase " ' ' ' """c """
S. S. S. is made of roots, herbs and barks of wonderful tonical and pttrifvimr
properties, t is the only vegetable blool purifier knonn, and a certain and safe
cure for all bloodtroubles. bend for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases and at
the same time write our physicians about our case. They will cheerfully cive you
,..... w.auv.kewN.ieo. we buu no ciurge for this. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTaTiA.
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