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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1901)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. SEPTEMBER 13, 1901,
We are bound to
keep up the reputation
we have Acquired,
Of being "the place" to
buy good seasonable
merchandise at the
This pertains not to one or
two articles but to all
the goods in the store.
PSESIDEJiT WORSE I
McKinley Takes Sudden Change
for the Worse This Morning
about a o'clock.
CONDITION IS SERIOUS.
At Last Reports About the Same
With a Slight Indication of
who neither sands I
hit augnr norj
waters his milk
who believes in
the best, and is particular to
piease his patrons.
That's the grocer who recom
mends and sells
Coffee that is coffee unglazed
At 6 30 pm. today (Friday) a reper
from Buitale tayi: The President's condi
tion much worse and unless he can get re
lief he will not last long.
The imitation French Flannels are very prettr this season. They are usually sold
at 15c yd. We place them on sale at 10c yd.
We have another shipment of those regular 10c Ginghams. This sale they go
at 6c yd.
Dress Flannels, 27-inches wide, colors dark red, green, blue and brown, our low
price 30c per yard.
Shetland Floss, our stock is large, 12 skeins for $1.00.
Standard Calicoes, 64-64 thread, 10 yards for 32c.
Percales, short lengths, 5 to 12 yards, 8c yd.
Fancy all wool Waist Flannels, in patterns 45c to 90c yd.
A Bush. In Our Furniture and Carpet Boom.
We are making room for another car and our low pricss are creating a big rush.
Bed Room Suite, 3 pieces, hard wood $14.80
Cane Seat Diners, set, $4.80.
Cane Seat Rockers, $1.25.
Small Size Bed Springs, regular $1.50 at
Small Size Bed Springs, regular $2.00 at
Moquettee Carpets, made, $1.00 per yard.
One pattern all wool Ingrain at 42 yd.
At 7 45 President McKinley was uncon
At 8.05 he rallied and asked for Mrs. Mc
Kinley. Very little hope entertained.
vrlll look neater, set
and wear better,
WILL NOT SPOT
Fresh Fruits Vegetables.
Highest Market price paid for
C fit YOUR DRESS
if the goods are SrONGKD
High Class Work Us
Buy yourDRBSS GOODS of us and hire them
property sponged at slight cost of so. a yard.
It is now fully demonstrated
that sponging is .a necessity, and
a convenience to have it done
where the dress is bought.
IHflEH BRQTJ1EHS, Red Cloud, Nebraska.
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
Baled Hay and Coal OIL
HARD - AND - SOFT - COAL,
No. 1 Third Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebr-,l.Phone No, 51.
PLATT & FREES CO.,
Chicago - Lumber - Vard.
Lumber, Lime,'Coal and.Cement.
Hazors Honed, I
ALL KINDS OF EDGE
TOOLS SHARPENED '3
Bob Barkley & W. F. Lodge J
Barber Shop. J
First door south of Star J
bakery and restaurant.
All kinds of barber woik executed
promptly and satisfaction
GIVE - US
A - CALL, j
The Chief, 1$ A Year.
Since the shooting of Pros! dent Mo
Kinley last Friday, the people of this
community havo been kept well posted
as to his coudition and everyone was
pleased with the way ho was improving
until this morning when the news was
spread throughout the town that at
2 o'clock this morning ho bad taken a
sudden chango for tho worse and that
tbo end was likely to come at any
time. This report spread gloom when
ever it went and further reports woro
anxiously awaited, but nono caiuo until
about 11 a.m. when another phono
message announced his condition abont
tho same. Nothing further was heard
until 2&0 when anothor massage came
over the phono that tbo prosidont was
holding his own and if auything im
proving a little.
Today's State Journal contirms the
report and in a bulletin issued
fiom the Milburn residence at 2:50 this
morning says, "The president's condi
tion is very serious and gives lise to the
gravest apprehensiou. His bowels
have moved well, but his heart dooa
not respond properly to stimulation.
Ho is conscious." from that time till
4 a.m. the physician remained at his
bedBide and administered digitalis and
strychnine but no word of encourage
ment eauie until about 4 a.tu. when iui
improvement in the patient's condi.
tion was noticed. At 4.02 Drs. Mauu
and Mynter loft the house and tho lat
ter oaid: "Tho president is in better
condiliou than ho was nu hour ago.
We have not given up hope. He hns
rallied somewhat and wo are going
home." Dr. Mann also said that the
president rallied, but both physicians
declined to go into detail concerning
tho character of tho heart stimulants
administered or the cause of tho
Tho populist county convention met
at the court houso in this city Tuesday
at 11 o'clock, and organized by elect
ing It. U. Thompson tempornry chair
man and O. O. Teel temporary seure-
tary. Ihe chairman nppointcd a com
mittoe of three on cicdentlals, a coai
mittee of three ou resolutions and a
committee of threo on permanent or
ganization and older of business:
Tho convention then adjourned till
1:30 p.m. at which timo it was again
called to order. While waiting fort lie
report of the committee on credentials
tho convention listened to somo short
speeches on fusion. A visiting reform
er from Omaha vividly portrayed the
benelicinl rlft'ds and success of fuirn
hut a few minutes nftei wauls J. F
Grimes nnido ii speech against fusion
with a result that tho deinooiais can
vote for their own ticket this fall or can
voto for eithot ono of the others that
suits their choice. After the nbovo
talks tho convention accepted tho re
ports of the committees on credentials
and permanent organization. The re
port of tho committoo on resolutions
was next read and to say tho leant,
with tho exception of the last clause,
tho resolutions wore very antique.
Here again Mr. Grimes took issue with
the committoo for inserting a plana in
tho platform that it was against tho
party principles to take a railroad pass.
Mr. Grimes informed tho delegates tnat
with possibly two exceptions all tho
fusionists, pops, demos and freo-sils in
the last legislature rode on passes, and
that thoy were censuring thoir
own good men as well as the republi
cans, and finally wound up by saving
he considered a pass a bribe and in
sinuated that he would not ride oa one.
At this point another delegate had the
temeiity to ask him how much the pass
he rodo on to Illinois cost him, and he
got real mad. Tho chairman then
called the bouse to order and tho clause
in the resolutions referring to railroad
passes was blotted nut, tho resolutions
adopted, and populists of Webster
county given to understand that what
ever thoy got from a railroad corpora
tion in tho way of passes was clear
The convention then proceeded to
the order of business as reported, the
tlrst being a condidato for tho olllco of
treasurer, l'lio Candidates were Geo.
It. McCrary and Kd. Gilford. McCrary
was nominated on tho second ballot.
To securo n nominee for shoritT took
four ballots and resulted in J. A. Mo
Aithurof this city being named.
Fur county clerk the candidates wero
numerous, but the balloting finally re
sulted in the nomination of George II.
Payne of Guide Rook.
I. W. Edson was nominated for
county judge on tbo second formal
Miss Lizzio Marker was made the
nominee for county superintendent,
a For surveyor F. A Knohn was nnrf.i
ii hi nd and fur ciu'onm Dr. Swigart.
For commissioner, First district. F.
H. Gerlach; Third itiitrlct, C. H. Wil
son; Fifth district, Archie Campbell.
Not Afterward. "Doea it hurt to b
lynched?" asked the tenderfoot, tim
idly. "Not after It's over," replied
Lariat Luke, fcagcly. Ohio St-ute Jour
nal. Attorney (for the defease) "Now,
what time was it when you were at
tacked?" Complainant "I don't
know; aak your client- ho took my
She "I love this excessively hot
weather! Don't you, Mr. lloreham?"
He "No! 1 can't stand it. 1 shall go
away If it continues!" She "I do hope
It wllll" Punch.
The Chief Cost. Asklt "And so
you have given up your summer trip
to Wetapot-by-t he-Sea?" TelllW'Yes,
I had to. I hnd money enough for ex-puiM-a,
hut not enough for tips."
Economy. Mrs. Ncwbrlde "How
jiuch are your spring chickens?"
"oultcrer "Dollar a pair, ma'am."
Mrs. NVwbride "Well er I've got to
be very economical, so juat give me
the very amullest pair you have."
Doctor "There's nothing aerloua
the matter with Michael, Mrs. Mul
dooa. I think a little soap euxd water
will do him a muck good aa anything."
Mrs. Muldoon "Yis, doctor; an' will
Oi gire it t'him befoor or aftker hie
xaaiea?" Olae-gow Evening Time.
Keproviaf Toper. "Ii is aatoniak
In, Jim Bangs, that you don't know
enough to cobw home before daylight!
Why can't you imitate the moon?"
"Wha'e the matter win moon?" "Why,
the moon knows enough to drop out
of sight when it'a full." OUveand
Proper Feeling. Magistrate "I am
told that you have .already been con
victed 14 times oa this earn charge
Aren't you .shamed to hav to ac
knowledge, to that?" Prisoner "No,
your worship. I don't think no man
oughter to be ashamed of 'is conwic
tione." Magistrate "Two months,
without the option of a fine." Pick-MfrUp.
One of the conscripts appearing re
cently before the Nlmes (Belgium)
board of military examiners was dis
qualified on account of his extraordi
nary ugliness, which one of the offi
cers held would make his comrades,
laugh und thus be subversive of dis
cipline. His ugliness oxonerntes him
from three years' service with the flag.
N. Y. Suq.
LBcfc Statloa la 8(4a. "
In Sweden the traveler may learn at
which railway stations meuls are
served by huge signs, bearing a
crosaed knife and fork, which nre post
ed along the road on each aide of the
topping place. N. Y. Sun.
Somewhat cooler since tho lain.
U ni ml nm Van Dyke unit Lilim Vim
Dyko wero tho gut-sis of Hart is Noblu
The mooting at Jos. Uocher's Wed
nesday night was not very large ou
account of tho threatening storm.
Those who wore there roport u good
muetrng. J inn Hooher treated the
ctowd to watermolons which were on-
joyou oy an.
Her. Kddy of Inavalu will
Dint. 8 ou September 15th
Mr. and Mrs. Frank VanDyke and
MUs Molva VanDyko woro tho guests
of F. D. Hutchison Sunday.
J. Hosoncrnns of HufTalo Creek was
tho guest of L. Aubushou this week.
Percy Andorsou and Loach Hutchi
son are workiug for Amos Gust this
Mrs. Kichard Kesgle of Wyoming
repot ts lain and sleet evurv ....ii
say.s she would ratlioi livo in Nobraska
Mrs. r red Wildey is on tho sick list
L. Aubushon nnd Win. Ko3encrans
each lost a lino cow by their gettinir in
tb corn. "
W. J. llMkins ami S. O. Shuck havo
engaged Mr. Nelson of Cowles -to do
their threshing this week.
Mrs. John Tomlinson was transact
ing business in Lino this weok.
Mr. and Mrs. Jnbh Heauohamp were
thogiiesfjof Frank VanDyke this woelr
AFTER MANY YEARS
Last week I wentnbont,
Hill of tronblo and of dou
w I'm smiling and
I had I some Kooky Mountain Tea last
uight. C. L. Cutting.
Of suffering from kidney disease, Miss
Minnie Ryan, of St. Louis, Mo., found
u complete cure result from the use of '
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery..
ii is sucn cures
at this which es
tablish the bound
ncss of Dr. Pierce's
which originate in
the stomach mubt
be, cured through
Hvery other organ
depends on the
stomach for its
vitality and vigor.
For by the stom
ach uud its asso
ciated organs of (
digestion uud nu-,
tritiou the food
which is eaten is.
converted into nu
triment, which, in
the form of blood.'
is the sustaining
power oi tiie uouv .
ami each organ of
it. When the
stomach is dis
eased the food sup
ply of the body is
cut down, the or
gans arc starved, and the weakness of
starvation shows itself in lungs, heart,
liver, kidneys or some other organ.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition, and
bo cures disease of other organs which
have originated through deficient nutri
tion or impure blood.
"I had ben unerlnj? with kidney trouble
twenty yeor, write Mlns Minnie kyn, of
IS37 I.oMiUna Avenue, bt. I.ouli, Mo., "and I
had doctorod with a number of the best phytt,
ctan. Two years qpo J commenced taking: your
'Golden Medical Discovery ' and ' favorite Pre
scription and took also several vials of Doctor
rreree's Pellets. I took eight bottle (four of
each), ami I fee now perfectly cured."
Dr. Piercc'a Pellrta cure """ imt. ,
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