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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1900)
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HERE is only one
there are many kinds of soap. There is
only one destination, but there are many
paths that lead to it. If you want the short
est and safest road to Cleanliness, it is paved with
Ivory Soap. Neither man nor clothes ever get
beyond the cleansing power of Ivory Soap. Its rich,
creamy lather extracts every particle of dirt ; but
it stops at the dirt I Ivory Soap it floats.
C'TftlH? Hit IT f Ml MOItM A ttAUIll 00. OiftCtNMTI
PUUMSIIKI) KVIIUY FIUDAY
Entered at the pout office at Hod Cloud, Ncb.
CCODdcUii mall nutter. .
Local ndvcrtlMiiR ft conic jer lino jier Initio.
Local AdvcrtMiiK for enii;rUiltinwtitH, con
tertp, oocImIh, etc., Riven by clitirclien, tliarltiible
joclctlcx, etc., where ntl money rained there
from arc uhciI wholly for chtircli or charitable
ofletU", llrnt ten Unci free nnd nil over ten
linen 3)i conn ler line per Ixiiic.CU",
Local mlvcrllHliiK of entertainment", i onccrtn.
recital, etc., where per cent In kIcii to pro
motcrx, r cent" per line per l.iiie.
Oue roliimii per month - 7 '
Onr half column per month 3 W
One fourth column per month . . 1 T.I
General illcpluy mhurtMiiK hV centi per
Kor Vice I'retldetit.
Tor Oo oritur,
(.'. it. i i : i r 1 1 1 c 1 1 ,
of AiliiiiiH County.
1'or Secretary of Mate.
(J. V MAIMII,
or HIihanlKnu County.
Kor Stale Treasurer.
Of Cummlng County.
Por State Auditor,
Of Sheridan County.
Por Attorney (leneral,
P. N. I'ROUT,
Of (ine County
Pir CoiniQUxIouer l'ubll Lamia,
(1K.O. 1) FOU.MKU,
Of Nuckolls County.
Por Superintendent I uhllc Instruction,
W. K KOWLK.H,
Par CotiRrcMiinn, fith lllnrlct.
W. S. MOltl.AN,
Of lied Willow County.
Kor State llcpreeiilnlle.
CHAH P.. HICKS,
Kor County Attorney,
P.. U OVKHMAN.
The democratic plalfotm can bo read
in three words "Ag'in tho govern
ment." The republican platform does not
equivocate or dodge. Every issue is
fairly met and frankly treated.
Aropublican surplus of f81,239,77G
in timo of war is butter than a demo
cratic delicit of $1 10,002,015 in time of
Thoro ato now at the Paris expo
sition tlvo Kansas farmers from one
township, 'ibis is merely a sample
The republican majority in Oregon
was over 11,000, aud it was piled up
against complete fusion. What will it
be in other elates?
Cblna has aroused the wrath of all
cTvillzAtion, nd will be put under
bonds to stop playing the savago in its
treatment of foreigners.
It is truo that President MeKinltiy
has not utilized tho veto in an indis
criminate manner. Excessive vetoing
is a Urovcr Cleveland specialty.
Boss Bryau's silYor plank demands
"an American Unancial system." We
havo It by order of tho 7,104,770 people
who voted for McKinloy in 1800.
The middle-of-the-road populist con
Tentlon at Grand Island is causing a
kind of Cleanliness, but
kind of n "we vior with nlu in" fooling
to spring up anion); tho ullii.il forces of
Uxnprts of piovisions from Amori'
can tn ms last yenr wuro worth ISO,
000,000, or 117,000,000 more than in
1890. This .ort of oxpanaion is what
tho democrats call "impciinlism."
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Tho peoplo will learn that imperial
ism, as cmploped by tho democrats,
means that they would have tho coun
try shirk its duty, turn its back on
destiny, count all bloodshed as lost,
furl the Hag and withdraw its protec
tion from people who need it today
moro than ever before in all their his
tory. The bist Hill could say at Kansas
city for thu platform was: "If thero
arc some issues democrats do not de
sire to present assttoni;as some others
they can at least tall; about something
in this platform that is worthy of theit
appioval." If the feast is a failuto the
inusiiud aid toothpicks are recom
mended as not half bad
At the pt count Umo the United States
has more wtrship tonnage under eon
sti union than ever before in the his
tory of the country in time of peaco.
The now vessels building or authonzd
include seventy of all classes, twelve'
of which arc ba'.tlo ships, six armored
cruisers, nine protected cruisers, four
monitors, sixteen torpedo-boat destroy
ers, tiftcen torpedo boats, seren sub
marine gunboats, and one lako gun
boat. It is cet tain that thu navy will
not bo neglected under a republican
When you ask a Hryan man what he
would do with tho trusts, ho will say
that ho wants tho government to buy
up all "natural monopolies." What a
natural monopoly is ho will not tell
you, Thorn is not a commodity pro
duced upon this great productive eatth
that a single man cannot purchase and
monopolize if ho has money enough.
There is cause for anxiety when a
cough hangs on for a year nnd can't be
shaken on". The quickest way to relieve
that anxiety is to begin at once the U6e
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
cry. It is a cough remedy, but it is nlso
a great deal more. In far advanced
stages of disease, when hemorrhages
have been frequent, and there have been
emaciation and weakness, "Golden Med
ical Discovery" has produced a perfect
cure. It increases the supply of the life
fluid blood. It cleanses the blood from
Impurities, and sends a current of rich,
new blood to build up the weak places
in the body with new life.
The Discovery" is strictly a temper
ance medicine, non-alcoholic and on
narcotic. "l'or one year I was troubled with cough,"
write Mr II 1 Curtli, of Sumner, nremer
Co., Iowa. n A I continued to cough during the
summer, my wife txcame anxiou, and wrote to
Dr II. T. Pierce for medical advice. It teemed
to ui that we could not ro to a better source for
advice, and o it proved, at the 'Golden Medical
Dltcovery,' which was recommended, proved
Jukt the medicine to effect a cure. Dr, Fierce
and hit mediciues are ' At good at wheal,' at the
finuert Kd to nay
Bad taste in the mouth Is removed by
using Dr, Pierce's Pleasant Pellets,
lience if tho government is to control
one line of industry it must another.
And if tho people ato deprived of the
privilege to accumulate propeity and
wealth, discontent an J unrest will fol
low, instead of independent citizens
you have government charge., perhaps
In 1800 Hryan prophesied that "If
McKtnley and the republican party are
successful and put in power for the
next four years, wnges will bo duct cas
ed, ilatd times will come upon us
and over tho land. Tho price of wheal
will go down and the price of gold will
go up. Mortgages on our homes will
oo foreclosed by the tuouoy leiideis.
Shops and factories will close. We
will export no goods and we will ini
pott fiom foieigu lands till tho goods
wo use. Thus will iiiiu, want and
misery bo with us." Thu piophcs
needs no comments. Thu picscut con
dition of tho country shows what kind
of a prophet Mr. Hryan teally is.
Impeiialism, if it means anything
thu democracy would have thu people
believe, implies an emperor, a dynasty,
a throne, a crown and a scepter. This
feature of imperialism, by no stretch
of partisan misreptesentation, can
ever be charged against our honored
president and candidate for tho presi
dency. Ho was tho choice of the peo
ple, ho was honestly elected in a con
stitutional manner, and ti is been so
loath to oppose the will of the people
as expressed by legislation ennctcd by
congicss that in tho four years of his
administration lie has vetoed but four
bills. He will serve his two terms as
many othur good piesidents, both re
publican and democratic have done,
ami will then givo way to bis success
or, chosen as ho was chosen, by tho
free votes of a sovereign people.
Harvesting is now a thing of tho past
and wo expect to hear tho hum of tho
threshing machine in tho near future.
Jasper nnd Dean Smith have turned
tkoir faces toward tho Sunflower state
in search of fortune.
II. U. and Ira Wolf have roturnod
from a visit on tho Platte. They re
port it as dry thero as here but wet at
Llewellyn King was marketing hogs
Tho Misses Applegate from HutTalo
county are making an extended visit
witli their brothers nnd sisters on the
old Richardson farm.
Uev. Hummel delivered two very in
teresting discourses last Sunday morn
ing and evening at Ash Creek.
Towno was not endorsed at Kansas
City and it takes Cap a long lime to
explain that ho was not swallowed by
Chailes Munger is on the sick list
If old probability
pretty soon we shall
does tiot let up
all gut a turn of
Lyslo nnd llattio Lippincotto, Jcsso
and Ira Wagoner nnd Mary Mohler
wero pleasant callers at N. L. U. Smith's
last Saturday evening. The jounc
peoplo made tho night merry with song
until tho large hours grew small. After
cako and croam were served the young
people hied for their homos wishing
for many such joyous occasions.
Weather cool since the rain,
Chas. Isom has sold his stock nnd
L Aubushon is the owner of a now
Mr. and Mrs. Frank VauDyko wero
tho pucsts of F. 1). Hutchison Sunday.
John Davis' boys havo gone to Kus
sel county, Kansas, to look for work.
Ernest Heatichamp, Hoy Hoyco aud
Paul Hocher are talking of going to
Arkansas in tho near future.
Y ill Aubushon is tho owuor ot a
sulkey stirring plow.
Death has removed ono of (tho old
pioneers of Lino this weoK, Grandma
Kuchn. She was followed to tho cem
etery by a large procession and laid at
rest by tho side of Mr. Kuehn. The
bereaved relatives havo tho sympathy
of all the old settlors of Webster coun
ty who wero acquainted with tho de
ceased. Hev, Edson of Hed Cloud con
ducted tho funeral services.
Tho Pleasant (hove Sunday school
will havo a union picnic the lOtli of
August at tho Aubushon grove. A
cordial invitation is given to tko other
Amboy is nourishing siooo the rain.
Anthony Green was visiting in this
section last week.
Chris UsNger was visiting on the su
Joo Cars was called to Ord, Nebras
ka on account of the suddon illness of
Farmers hauling in wheat is the
principal amusement at present. They
claim they get more at Ant boy thau at
any othur market.
A m boy was honored by a baskit
picnic last Thursday night given by
Misses Maud Miller and Mary llassor.
Tho baskets wuro teeming with cull
uary abundance, principally unions
S. S. S. is the only remedy that reaches deep-seated blood troubles like Scrofula, Cancer, Rheuma
tism, Eczema, Tetter, etc. It purifies ami restores the blood to n healthy, normal condition, and makes it impossible for
any poisonous waste materials to accumulate.
If von have an old running sore or nti obstinate ulcer that refuses to heal, or are troubled with boils and carbuncles, try S. S. S.
ii never ians to maKC n cjiiick nun permanent cure oi inese pests, ii your system is run uuwh auu you irai
the need of a tonic, S. S, S. will strengthen and help you as it has many others to a happy, healthy old age.
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S. S. fi. cured Mr. 11. Ilordni of KaiiiiMvlllr. Va
I'.crcma of thirty-five ) ears' xtniulliiR nftir the best physic:
in the surrounding country had failed. This wan m.vcii y
ngo, nun mere nas iiccn no rciurii oi me uisease
If you arc in doubt about your liseu.se, and will send us n statement of your case, our physician will
give you any information or advice wanted, for which we make no charge.
Book on Mood and Skin Diseases sent to any desiring it. Address Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
X. S. S. IS THE IDEAL TONIC AND BLOOD PURIFIER FOR
and saner ktout. A large ctowd and a
gootl tinio reported
llollui does not wear his over coat
He says it is too warm.
Please exeue all nnhealthincss in
those items a I am nut fueling very
dor. Yp.li.ow Jackp.t
l)r Henderson, iIk- dnitist is line
A head end collision oeeiiitetl tit
tliis place Tucsdili by tin- wct bound
asd en! bound fndghl trains. No one
was hurt. It was cause 1 by n mistake
in turning thu switch.
Professor Dresbaeh oceupicstho rem
room of I H. Colvin's otlloe.
A new warehouse is being built in
the rearof D. Jones' hard wate, to store
W. W. Honer of Oxford nnd Mr.
Shrpard are in town this week in the
interests of tho New York Life Insur
The Inst rain nearly missed this
Seventy-two hundredths of an inch
of rain hero Thursday night.
Pony purse race hero Saturday, July
I 11. Colvin has a cheap residence to
Somo peoplo arc beginning to regret
having sold their shoats last week.
Allen's Foot-Iv.ise, a powder It
cures painful, smarting, swollen feet
and ingrowing nails, and uMantiy
takes tho sting out of corns and bun
ions. It's thu greatest discovery of tho
age. Allcu't Foot Kaso makes tight or
new shoes feel easy. It is a certain
euro for sweating, callous Mid hot, tir
ed, aching feet. Try it to-day. Sold
by all druggists nnd shoo stores. Hy
mail for Sou in stamps. Trial package
free. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Lo
Hoy, N. Y.
Agents Wantku. We want an ac
tive agent in Red Cloud and vicinity
to represent tho largest evergreen nur
series in the U. S A. full lino of hnidy
fruits, shado nnd ornamental tree?,
shrubs, otc Three plans, pay weekly.
Address at once, The Elgin nurseries,
The Cuikp for six mouths aud a liuu
oil finished life eizo portrait '20x28 for
taking Scott's Emulsion be
cause it's warm weather.
Keep taking it until you are
It will heal your lungs and
give you rich blood in sum
mer as in winter. It's cod
liver oil made easy.
50c. and $ I. All druu't.
somewhere it you don't get good quali
ty in your harness.
Don't be cent wise and dollar foolish
by gotting trashy stun, but buy otu
Leather harness. That will last fm
years and giro satisfaction, at a prict
that will surprise you by its littleness
OUR HORSE- COMFORTS
such ns fly nets, etc, are well woitl
your attention, and will surely prove a
J. O. Butler, THEaiR?ES6
The juniority of persons upon reaching middle ngc and past
find their blood becomes weak and thin, nnd diseases that were
ensik controlled in earlier life lietdti to affect the constitution.
those predisposed to Scrofula, Cancer, Rheumatism, Gout and other hereditary troubles may escape
till then, but as they ngc the blood, so long tainted and weakened by accumulated waste matters, is no
longer able to properly nourish the body, and it becomes an easy mark for disease. At this critical period
of life the blood must be re-enforced before it can perforin its legitimate functions and rid the system of
these poisons, nnd nothing so surely and effectually docs this ns S. S. S.
S. S. S. strengthens and enriches the blood, improves the nppetite, and builds up the general constitu.
tion. It is not only the best blood purifier, but the best tonic for old people. It warms the blood, tones up
the nerves, removes all taint from the blood, nnd prevents the development of disease.
S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable blood medicine known. Not one particle of mercury, potash or
other mineral poison cm be found in it, and it may be taken for any length of time without harm.
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of n cae of
Mrs I) K Johnson, of lllackshear Oa.,wasfor yearsnflllcled
with a severe type of rheumatism, nnd had lined eciy remedy
known and recommended ns n cure without receiving any
benefit S. S. S promptly reached the seat of the dhcase nnd
made n complete ami permanent cure.
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Your Picture Enlarged
and The Chief Six
Months for $1.50.
This offer is
urclny, July zblh, at 5
orders will be taken
after that hour.
The picture is 14x17 and framed complete
and ready to hang on the wall is 20x23. This
is 110 cheap affair, as some would be' led to
believe from the price, but a picture that is
superior to crayon portraits, and can be made
front any picture or photograph you wish. It
is oil finish and can be washed without harm.
The picture is guaranteed, and a sample can iCj
be seen at tins ollice. 11 you 'want a picture $Z.;i
enlarged .now is the time to get it for less 'fcl
than one-half what you usually have to pay &S&1
above the price will be $1.98,
Low Force-Feed Elevator. Eccentric Binder Wheel.
An Entirely New Departure.
RADICALLY DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHER BINDERS.
IF YOU SEE IT YOU WILL BUY NO OTHER.
The New- l
MOST PERFECT MOWER MADE. a
The Pitman has no other motion except straight forward and
straight back. It never breaks and never wears out.
The only Mower where lost motion can be taken
up both in boxes and gearing. Turning
a set-screw does it.
SAMPLES NOW TO BE SEEN AT
W. B. ROBY, Agent.
No, 1 Third Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebr.
PLATT & FREES CO.,
ehieago Iiumber Yard,
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p.m., and no
at this price
Alter the date named &?':
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