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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1900)
TO THE MAN WHO THINKS.
NgkHOOK. yourself squarely in the face and see
fKD)J if you are not half ashamed to be without
Ivory Soap in your house. Worse than this,
your wife is without it. It is bad enough
for a man, though a man often doesn't care how
his comfort is mis-spelled. But a woman misses all
these little helps to housekeeping. And Ivory Soap
is one; its great potency makes it actually cheaper
than yellow soap for general work. It floats.
tOM'lMT (Ml IT tNff PN0C1M A CtMftif CO CtClTI
PUHMSUKD KVKI5Y FItlDAY
Entered nt tho poit office at Hod Cloud, Neb.M
econd clan mall matter.
Local advortlnliiK 6 cciiIh cr line per lusuo,
Local AilvcrtliliiK 'or cntcrlalnuinnts, con
rcrlf, social", etc., itlvcn by cliurcho', cliarltablo
miction, etc., wlioro all motii')n ralxei! there
from aro uavil wholly for church or charltahlo
loclctlu, lint ton HiK'H free ami all over ten
llne -'IS cents per lino per Usne.cU
Local advcnWiiK of oiiturtatnincnti, conceit,
recital, etc., where per cent In kIvoii to pro
tnotem, ft cent per line per luiue.
One column per month V (
One half column per month . -. 8
One-fourth column per month 1 75
General display advertlnlnt! ' renin per
of u niiiniiKilioii iti a .snow bull on n
.Inly tiny Hloomiiij'ton Kelio.
Tlitt stroim fciituri of tho icpulilicitn
stutcs tiekot is in tliu fact Hint not u man
on tliu ticket hits drifted into politics
buciittM! lie hits heuii iv failure in ptivata
business, us often is the ensu.
L'trhaps Senator James K Jones, of
Arkansas, chairman of the democratic
national committee, can enllfrhtrnJItho
people as to tho evil effects of trusts.
Ho has for a long time been u member
of the cotton bale trust.
(Jen. ltncknur expects Kentucky in
November to give its electoral voto to
tho republicans and to ropudlate (Joe
belism. After its tecent experiences
that state ought to be glad that an op
portunity to res'.oro free government
is near at hand.
liu waxed with elnquonce, and if you
want to have allot time don't fall to bn
The party of Lincoln and Grant now
"tarts out on as ttiuiiipbant a cauvuss
us it over made under those leaders.
Tim platform which was framed in
Philadelphia last week will receive tlii
hearty assent of nil elements of the
party. Tho ticket which was nomi
nated will get a bit; majority of the
votes of tho country. The republican
party has tho prestige of many vic
tories Hotter than that, moreover, it
lias a policy which appeals to the favor
of nearly all right minded Americans.
The majority in tho eleetornl college in
1HU0 was ninety-livo. In 11)00 it will
probably go above the one hundred
In answer to a question as to tho de
feetion in the silver republican ranks
in Colorado, Senator Wolcott at t Tic
Philadelphia convention list week
said: "It is widespre-td. Thousand
of these men are now in tho same po
sition ns that of tho delegates-at-large
from tho state of Colorado. They re
alize the futility of the schemes pro
posetl by Mr. Urjan, and they are
opposed to the principles of his plat
foi in in nil other particulars as well.
They realize there is little or no
chance to secure the free coinage of
silver through the democratic party,
even if they desired that .should be
brought about. Many of themnteno
longer for the free coinage of silver by
this country alone. They have recon
sidered their, position. They have
seen the country grow prosperous, and
all the gloomy predictions made by tin
democrats disproved under a republi
can administration They have had it
proved to them that mo dull times
which preceded the election of 1SIM!
were not due to the lack of free coin
age, but to other conditions, many of
which were chargablo to tho democrat
ic administration of tho affairs of the
sores and Ulcers
That old sore or ulcer, which I1.19 been a source of pain, v.orry and anxiety to you for
five or ten years maybe longer doesn't heal because you are not using the proper treat
ment, but are trying to cure it with salves and washes. While these are soothing and relieve
palu to 6ouie extent, no real, permanent good can come from their use, because the disease
is in llie Wood ana far beyond the reach of external applications.
A sore heals promptly when the blood is in good condition, but HOVOI if it is diseased. Tho
tendency of these old sores and ulcers is to grow worse, spreading and eating deeper into the flesh.
They nre a constant drain upon the system, gradually but surely ruin the health and sap the very life.
a person's capacity lor worn or pleasure is soon lost in tlie great tle.sire ana search tor soinetlting to cure.
S. S. S. makes a rapid and permanent cure of old sores and ulcers, and is the only medicine that
does, because no other can reach deep-seated blood troubles. Ordinary Sarsaparilla and potash mixtures
nre too weak and watery to overcome n deadly poison that has taken jrossession of the blood. Do not
waste valuable time experimenting with them.
g ,,. 4 "uinc jcars nu i win rmoi in inc. icii icij, receiving wuai i coimucrcu oniy n miriii wanna,
umc v ucvcioDtMi niio ii milium? sore nmi unie hip n ctat ue.ii oi turn. I win treated nv tn.inv uocior. ntui
, Imt none did me tin v roo1 I had lic.inl S. S S highly recommended
developed into u ruuiiliiR fore nud rc me n
took n tiliinher of Mood reinrdl4. Imt tinup il
mid rnncliidril tfi i-lin It n Irlnl. Tlir t-f-niill tvn IriiU trr.illfvlnir S S ft Keetiicd to pet rfcrht nt th
trouWe, nnd forced tin- poison out of my blood; oon nfterunrds the sore liciled up and was cured sound nnd welt I now
have perfect uc of the lejf. which ni swollen nnd cry slid for n lotiK time. J It. MCIlRAYl.H, I.awrcnccburg, Ky."
S. S. S. is the onlv jutrely vegetable blood purifier known ;
isiuntieoi roots una iter us ot woiiaertui jiuriiying properties,
which no poison can resist. S. S. S. quickly and effectually
clears the blood of all morbid, unhealthy humors, and the old, troublesome sore heals.
At the same time the general health is in igorated and built up. When a little scratch
or hurt falls to heal readily, you may be ture your blood is bad. S. S. S. will soon
put it in order nnd keep it so.
Our Medical Department is in charge of experienced physicians, who have made
blood diseases a life studv. If you will write them about your case, they will eladly
furnish allinformation or advice wanted, without nnychaige whatever. Address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GL
M I.I.I AM MCKINI.n
Tor Vice I'tesldent,
. II. DKITItK'II,
Of Ailum-! County.
Kor Secrelarj of State,
(). V MAltSlI,
t)f Itlchard'ou County.
Kor State Trcanurer,
Of CumuiliiK County.
Kor State Auditor, ja
Of Sheridan County.
Kor Attorney (Icneral,.
K. N. I'llOUT,
Of Oage County,
Fur Conimlsnloncr I'lihllc Lands,
(IKO. I). K0LI.MKH,
Of Nucklls County.
For SupcrlntendenfPnlille Invtnictlou,
W. K. KOWI.KU,
Of Washington County.
Kir CoiiKreMiiau, ftlh District,
W. 8. MOIII.AN.
Of Ited Willow County.
Kor Stale Itcprotentailxe.
v' ciiAS r. iiick.
,Kor County Aiiornej.
K U OVKItMAN.
Tho value of every cow on tho farm
on the lirst day of Ibis year was $.'11.00
Hut on tho 1st day of January, 1901,
undei deiiiocraticadmiiiistiatiou, each
cow was worth only i'21 77 Fanners'
appreciate an inuirn,u of $10 in the
value of each of their cows, and will
vote to maiul'tlu the republican ad
ministration in power
In bis itddte.ss at tho opening of the
republican convention temporary
Chairman Wolcott ref cued to the ie
publican party as "united, proud of
its achievements for the past four
years, our country prosperous and
happy, with nothing to regret nnd
naught to niako us ashamed." That is
a correct description and sufliciont rea
son why tho orient gathering at Phila
delphia was a love feast.
Mr. Iiryan has frequently matU n
claim that ho received an unusually
large popular voto in 1SSKJ. Dccatise of
tho oft repeated assertions of this char
acter, many people have been deceived
into believing that Mr. liryan proved
an exceptionally strong candidate and
would have been president if tho pop
ular voto instead of tho electoral voto
hail determined the result. To cor
rect an impression so nt vnriance with
the facts it is only necessary to refer
to tho history of presidential elections.
Mr. F. 11. Clifford has compiled the
presidential vote, from tho lirst cam
paign of ilaeksoiriu 18121 to the election
of 1SS0. It will bo ti surprise to many
an ardent Hryanarehist to know that
the representative of tho sacred ratio
received the smallest per cent of the
popular vote of any democratic nomi
nee during the entire period. The de
feat of Greeley has always been con
sidered us tin- mi"l humiliating disas
ter to tho democratic party. Greeley
received 44 per cuiu of the pr.pular
vote. This record of Greeley was
eelitfeil u Hi :in in l.V,i(!. Mr. liryan
received dit 10 per cent of the popular
vole ' .is showing might to silence
thcubiiiiil einiiiis put forth by liryan
nrcliisis, whose laeu ol judgment is in
pari emiipi'iisii'i tl fni by an excess of
eiitlnisiiMii There i bn one possi
biltl I'm liu deiiioi-i.it'. i . . 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 : 1 1 e
the humtiisttiric record t lsUO and that
is by repeating th" nomination inatlo
at that tune. Cuiisei v.itivo
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Con
ns mercury will SU1H3 destroy tho
sense of smell and completely derange
tho whole system when entering it
through tho mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable, physi
cians, as tho damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly de
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co ,
Toledo, O., contains no mercury ami is
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
be sure you get the genuine. It is tak
en internally ami is made in Toledo,
O., by F. J. Cheney & Co Testimon
Sold by druggists, price 75 cents per
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
Is yournaine written there? Wheie?
Un our subscription books for Hih Inst
vcar in tliu lllth century. It should be.
-Aststi.iot of Assessment
IN WKBSl'EU COUNTY; NKUUASKA FOR THE YEAK 1900.
The Portrait Painter I !
STRICTLY FINE WORK IN
vvuris 1-fc color,
Portrait Frames and Easels in stock and to order.
Studio in Damerell Hlock, Ked Cloud, Nebr.
LIGHTNING HODS 1
Lightning Rods can be purchased from me at
reasonable prices. If you believe them a pro
tection send size and shape of your building and
I will let you know what it will cost you.
L E PAQUIN,
Ilr.l'KllKXCKS Hank of Campbell.
Kansas City may expect to bo "Bill
ed" soon for "a grand bawl" on July
4th. William Jennings Bryan will
dance tho cako walk and the Towne
will turn out (if necessary) for tho
jubiko. The fatted calf will bo killed
and tho prodigal given a chance to re
turn home. The long-eared donkey
will furnish the music, assisted by Ar
kansas Fiddler Jones. The tloor will
J'ho stop-tbepioi"iity party is not
going to make much headway at the
It is now time for tho democratic
leaders to drop tho Boors and take up
with tho "Boxers "
It will not require an intricate ex
ploit In arithmetic to locate the eloc
toral Totoof Oreoon.
The demand for farm hands in the
west la largely in oxcoss of tho demand
for populistio oratory.
Tbo party that constantly endeavors
to drag foreign questions into a nation
Hi corapuign is naturally afraid of its
-own domestic record.
WJ3L '- "l
Tp'eVlhW kid" of yellow Journal
isra'tfWpttie prominent in nation-
:al polUii'ttWillie Homt becomes tho
.runninafuMo of yiURa3ryan.
If tho people of tho country nre
against expansion how is it that nobody
can be found to rtiu for president on
ati-expansion policy platform?
Novortholoss and notwithstanding,
Mr, Towne s going to nttompt to leap
freui Sioux Falls to Kansas City with
out tho ftld of n sprlncboard or net.
It i rumored in political circles that
H 1). Carpeutor, tho populist statesman
of Grant township, will bo the farmer
candidate for congress in this district.
He will stand just about a much show
It's enoueh to wear any one out.
First it's washing, in damp and draft.
Then it's ironing with the hot stove and
the hard work to endure. And in be
tween whiles, meals to get, house to
clean, ami children to tend. It's bad
enough for a well woman but for a weak
woman it's slow torture, Dr Pierce's
Favorite. Prescription cures the dueases
of the delicate organs which weaken
women. It makes weak women strong
and sick women well.
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter, frte 0 chatgt. All
correspondence strictly private. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, lUiflalo, N. Y.
"My health liMhe bet now that It lias been
for four years." writes Mrs I'liebe Motrin, of Ira,
Cayusa Co, N. V. Uci "I have taken but
two bottle of )Otir medicine, ' Favorite Pre
scription ami ' (JolJen Medical Dlicovery
Thee medicines have done me more good thin
all Hint 1 Invc ever taken helore. IkTorc I look
Horses of all ages . . . :
Cattlo of all ages v-
Mules and asses of all ago 1 ....
Sheep of all agos
Hogs of all ages.
Steam engines, including boilers
Fire and burglar proif safes . . r
Billiard, pigeon hole, bagatollo and similar tables
Carriages and wagons
Watches and clocks
Sewing and knitting machines
Melodeous and organs
Merchandise on hand
Mfiti.rinl nml niiintifiictiired articles
Manufacturers' tools, implements and machinery
other thnn hollers and engines
Agricultural tools, implements and machinery
(Sold anil silver pinto and plated ware
diamonds and jewelry
Moneys of bank, banker, broker or stock jobber
Credits of bank, banker, broker or stock jobber
Moneys other than bank banker broker or stock
(!ipillts other than bank, banker, broker nnd stock
Bonds, stocks, nud state county, city, villaue or
school district warrant", and municipal secur
ities of anv kind whatever
Shares of capital stock of companies and associa
tions not incorporated by the laws of tho state,
except shares of stock of national banks
Property of saloons and eating house . .
HmiRotinld nnd oflleo furniture and property.
Investments in real estate, improvements thereon..
Amount of railroad property ,,.
Amount of telegraph property ;. .
Amount of telephone property ...
All other property required to be listed
Kaised by board in equalizing
Total valuo of personal property . ...
UK A I. K9TA7K.
Number of acres of improyed lands
Number of acres of unlmproveddands ....
.S, 509 00
I 030,000 00
ToUliof all lands . ..- .' . ..
Numbor oljltuproved village or city lotH ..
Number of unimproved village or city lots. .
Total t sill lots
Total jnluo of n
IvKiVrS THEM AXvXv.
THK MIMVATKEK LEADS tbday. as it has in the past, with a lino of grain
and grass cutting machinery, world-famous for its light draught, perfect op
eration, durability nnd mechanical beatitv, and all those other desirable and
necessary qualities rcquirob to make a perfect machine.
JAS. PETERSON, Agent.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
2 2 41
t 100,032 00
ymir medicines 1 was ick in bed neatly lull the
liine 1 couldn't dj my work onlv .iIkhii Inlf
the lime and now I 1.111 woik alt the lime for.
familv of four Mv iuImcc to all wlionrr troub
led with lem.ile it.ikui" I t v take Dr. fiercer
l'avorile I'U'.cnpUJn and Golden Mediml D14.
cocry the nio.t uonJcrtut uiediflaet In lh,c
world J . . '
Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets sweeten
the breath. .
Number of aetns in cultivation in wheat
Number of i, ties in cultivation In corn
Number of it. 1 ns in cultivation in oats
NuuibiM .( n. "Vs 111 cultivation in barley
N umbel nf 1. , Vjn culilvatloii in meadow.
N umbel of iic, Mu cultivation in rye
Number of ncii'h,ciilliv:itinu iiuiuillei. . ..
Number of fruit tdes
Nuinbor of forest rees
Number of Kruiiuviuc9.
City Dray and Express Line.
E. ZnC. ROSS. PROP,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" h H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERT STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How runny of you Imvo lost the jirlee of this Hnslne In mif. ilay un account of In.
aufllclotit wltul to (i'i-i;nlu your wlml mills, leaving jutir hiik-I; without witter, (lot one
now to do jour immiilin; beii tliem Is no wltul or t ) do it r nlur'" Wvutliur iloos Vint
iiilect Us win k, lint or j-olil. wet or ilry. wlml or calm. It Is a , lie mm to this machine.
Will also shell corn. t?rlml fei-il. saw-wood, churn butter anil is handy for a hiiiiiliod other
Jobs, in the hoiii or oil tho fiirm. Costs lu.tliitiu ,i Krrn wh. u mil worUIni Viiitl 01 It 1
to a cents nor hour when worklmr. Milnpml compioti'.y scl u .. ivady to run. no fmiilia
Moil needed, u great hilKir mid money i-iivi-r. Itixm re jiiueil.-ully ,i iiituntl.Vn, u is
tolraSlnSwi uVpluUiriceL Uu8ol", "8. m l, to 75 lior.e ,.ow"r. WrtU
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