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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1902)
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Kntorod nt tno pout offlco at Ilcd Cloud, Nob.n
fcesoQdcUm mull tnntuir,
1'urnlitlicil on npi'llciUlon.
Congressman Mercer has succeeded
in securing a rural mail route out of
Illation, which will be established on
In a short timo all the United States
troop will be withdrawn from Cuba
ami that young republic will bo enjoy
ng its long sought self g ivernment.
Tho Conservative, tho weokly jour
nal established by tho late J. Sterling
Morton four years ago, will suspend
publication after this Issue, thoro being
no longer a sponsor for the paper.
Judge Norrut Brown of Kearney is
being mentioned as a possible candi
date (or gubernatorial honors. Mr.
Brown made a raco (or congress (our
j oars ago against "Bill" Urreen and
wan defeated by but a small majority.
If tho country merchant would do
vote as much monoy and attention to
advertising, in proportion to bis capi
tal, aa does tho mail order house, ho
would have little cause to complain of
tho people sending away (or tho kind
of good he carries. Tho mail order
uiaa keeps eternally at it, and ho
spends his tlmo and money keeping his
businosi before the people. Kdgar
.1. Sterling Morton, odltor of the
Consorrativo and alio tho father of Ar
bor Day, and a porson who has done
more to advance western agriculturo
and horticulture than any other ono
man, died in Chicago last Monday
For yoars Mr. Morton has boon ono of
Nebraska's foremost men, and enjoyed
a reputation which was not only local
but world wide. In his death tho
whole country tosas a good man.
Governor E.ra P. Savage's long
looked for withdrawal from the guber
natorial raco was issued Monday after
noon "with malico toward nono and
charity for all," and good wishes (or
the welfare of tho republican party.
Tho withdrawal closes another chapter
in tho brief but eventful political ca
leer of Governor Savage. He is appa
rently in earnest in his desire to retire
from political strlto. It is assorted that
he had bon promised a fedoral posi
tion by tho friends of ox-State Treas
urer Hartley, but that he does not caro
to accopt such a place.
Items ol Interest as
Reported by Chief
Reporters at Several
How was last Friday? Did you boo
Ote Fmzior took John Knight to lied
Mis. Jthn FrH.ier is reported on tho
sicl; list this week.
Kd Carper bought a ton of hay from
John Frnzicr Inst Friday for $7.
Somo of the farmers are done plant
ing corn mid some lutve just begun.
Rov. Courtner preached another of
his able sermons at tho church Sun
day. Some few of the children in our lo
cality are sulToiiug with the chicken
pox. Tho Odd Fellows report a nice limo
at their entertainment at Lebanon Sat
Still we look (or that rain which is
to redeem tho wheat, but it don't aoeni
to bo in a hurry.
Garbor & Co. gave an ontertainmont
at this place last Monday night. Every
body reports a good timo.
O. B.Fraxierand Miss Nclllo Wolfo
aro to go to Concordia as dologatos to
tho Sunday school convention to be
held at that place tho last of the
John Knight of Leavenworth has
been visiting (or a (ow days in our
neighborhood. John (ormerly lived in
this locality and everybody is always
glad to aoe an old (riond.
A lettor has been recoivod (rom
James Frazier and Lou Stelnbouor,
who went ont to Graham county. They
Bay it has rained twico sinco thoy got
thoro. Thoy also say tho whoat looks
Ernest Vandcrvort and l'erry Beards
loo did not start (or Oklahoma as re
ported last weok, but pulled out Tues
day morning. Ernest goes to sock
work and Perry to havo a look at the
Again wo report a wedding. Miss
Mollie Shannon and Mr. Houd Hough
taliug joined bands in wedlock nt tho
home of the brido's parents Saturday
night, Itov. Courtner olliciatiug. Both
aro esteemed young people and wo
wish them success in their now life.
V. A. Myors, (ormorly of this neigh
borhood, and Jack Forgoy of Lebanon
started tho first of tho week for Norton
Center. Wilt goes to soo a doctor and
Mr. Forgery goes to see his brother-in-law,
John Hartman, who has boon suf
fering with ihcumatism in that city for
Noxt Wednesday the now coiucil of
tho city of ltod Cloud take their seats
atid.assumo control of our city govern
ment. To thorn wo wish success and
au economical administration (ull of
flood for our city, and also ono of which
our people may be proud. Daring tho
past year tho present administration
has worked under ad vol so circum
stance's and in roality havo had noth
ing to make improvomonta with, but
under these conditions we fool safe in
saying that no administration has over
made more permanent improvements
than the outgoing ono. Temporary
improvement!, count for nothing. Per
manent improvements count. We
would like to seo our new council fol
low the 9tno plan, and sincerely hope
they will do o. The now council will
no douht have from $1,500 to $2,000
mote with which to make improve
monts than did the old couuctl, and wo
only hope that they will use this extra
money as economically and carefully
as tho previous council mod their
money whou thoy had mi such sum.
Wo, along with tho tost of our people,
have the utmost confidence in our
now council to do this, as throe of the
pi esent members will hold over. And
also tho t vo now members, Mayor
Hampton and Aldommii Stausor, aro
both careful and painstaking men. For
thu now council wo bespeak siieeoss
and hope to see more pormanonl im
piovoinuuts in thu next year than ever
bofore in the history uf our city in otiu
Mr. Kuilck is still in poor health.
Koy Fein Is working for Will ltobeit
son this summer.
Mrs. Orn Mai tin is staying at Mrs. C.
Frisbio's tit present.
Will Holsworth visited at Will Bur
dick's last Sunday.
It is said that Mr. Morse Is going to
buy thu Trunkey farm.
Horace Mono visited with his pa
rents on this creek Inst Sunday.
Will Buidick has quit fanning and
will vaccinate cattle this summer.
Mr. SchliMser has moved on his farm
recently vacated by Henry Weber.
Albort Knutson it grubbing out tho
timber on Dr. Daiuercll's (arm on this
Mr. Galbroath has bought out Oscar
htnick and will (arm out hero this
Al Deokor and family spont Wednes
day at Nod Hurd's, it being his 04th
Morgan Davis gavo a danco last Sat
urday night. All report a good time.
Tho deputy sheriff was in attondanco.
Ho got a bloody nose, his head bumped
and tho back of ono hand peeled, and
nobody was mad, either.
ready for business this weok.
The road on the west linn of school
section 1G Is now open to tho river
William J. H'iskin, our local black
smith, is busy in the shop patt of the
Mr. Austin was in Line this weok so
liciting members to jiln the Woodmen
of tho World.
Mrs. F. I). Hutchinson nttended the
Sunday school convention at Cowles
and reports a good time.
Frank Vandyko'a two little girls arc
sick with measles this week and are
under tho doctor's caro.
The men on tho (?oblo ranch boliovo
in expansion and havo added GOO acres
to tho pasture. Thoy own 200 bend of
State Republican Convention.
"Chairman 11. C. Lindsoy of tho Ue
publican statu central committee has
issued the call fur thu statu convention,
which will meet in Lincoln on Wednes
day, Juno la, at 'i p. tu , nt the Audito
rium. Tho convention will be com
posed of l,08:i delegates from tho DO
comities of thu state, thu basis of rep
resentation being the vote cast for Hon.
.Samuel H Sedgwick for judge of thu
supremo court at the gouoral election
hold in l'JOt. Um'orthUnppoitionniont
Webster county is entitled to 13 dele-
gutos. The candidates to be nomi
nated this year aro for tho olllocs ol
uovcrnor. lieutenant governor, score-
Ury of Htate, auditor of.publio no
imiuits, state treasurer, superintendent
of public instruction, attorney gonm-al,
and commissioner of public kinds and
buildings. It is recommended that no
pioxies bo allowed in the convention,
but that the delegates present bu ml
idolized to cast the (ull voto. of the
uuoty represented by them.
C. L Eddy is remodeling his bouso.
Well if last Friday wasn't a corker to
Mrs. Olmstoad has beon quite sick
E E. Ladd is giving bis houso a now
coat of paint.
Somo havo commenced to plant corn.
It's a littlo oarly.
Tho cheoso factory opened Monday
(or it's summer's work.
Jim and John Knig t returned (rom
Lobanon tho first of tbo woek.
Tho brick masons havo completed
their work on Mr. Arnold's house.
Iuavalu was thronged this week with
bums, six being thrown oil in one day.
Hollo Simons and Freda returned
fiom a two week's visit to Lebauou,
School ,vas let on, on Monday and
Tuesday on account of tho teacher's
father being sick.
E. O. Garner has sold his farm north
of town and will move in thu L. L
Tito windy woathcr has caused our
alfalfa growors a groat deal of extra
work in having to roseed.
Will Carpenter ami wife drove over
to Cowlos Saturday, Will returning
Sunday and his wife will remain on n
Inavaloitos all wonder what attrac
tion there is up hero that would bring
Slaco and Hort Morhan, Edgar Cow
den and Jim Able to church on la'
Sunday evening. Boys uto plentiful
Oscar Tabor arrived homo from Mar
shall, Minnesota, badly disfigured, all
from ridirg a biku which bucked,
throwing Oiin and leaving him insens
ible for somo time, but at present he is
Tho Ainboy Theatrical Company ren
dered the comedy entitled "Popploton's
iiedi lament" at tho school house last
Tuesday evmiug, to a well crowded
House, u is nooiticsB to say tno com
winy did honor to themselves aud the
ulay. Come again.
Goo. Hoit inado a business trip to
Red Cloud last Saturday.
Bart Morgan took tho petrified man
and blind whittler to Red Cloud last
Chas. Smith of Rod Cloud paid a
visit to his brother-in-law, J. K.
Chaney, last Wednesday.
Grant Ushor was in Cowles last
Thursday attending to business for
James Peterson of Rod Cloud.
Our painter aud papor hunger, Jay
Crnfford, wont to Hastings last Satur
day, whore ho has plenty of work at
Hob Stradcr enjoyed n visit from his
brother-in-law last Sunday, Mr. Cano,
from Thayer county. Ho roports crops
there no hotter than hero.
Tho basket suppor givon at tho A. O.
U. W. hall last Wednesday evening
was well attended. Tho proceeds,
about 915, will go towards buying an
A wagon pulled into town last Sun
day with a petrified man for exhibition.
The owuer of tho rig was a blind man
that could whittle most anything you
wanted out of wood.
Geo. Hagor and family and Prof.
inomson anu wiieurovo to tbo river
last Sunday with their boat nnd fishing
rods. Mr. Hagor says all onjoyed their
Sunday outing very much.
Dr. D. G. Griffiths, from the Omaha
Medical school, has located in Cowlos,
his office being over Good & Beunott's
store. The doctor is a young man and
comes highly recommended.
Earl Paul and wife left last Monday
for Holyoko, Col., whore ho will en
gage in the banking business with bis
father-in-law. Mr. Paul was oporator
for tbo B. & M. at Inavalo, but re
signed for a better job. His many
friends wish him success.
Weather windy nnd dry.
Tho wheat and rye look lino.
Listing corn is the order of the day.
Mr. Johnson of Garfield was in Lino
Grandpa Hicks attended meeting at
Penny Creek Sunday.
ill G.ilhroath will farm part of the
Charles Gust place this year.
J E. Fov owns a carpet loom and is
Half Rates East via Burlington Route.
One faro for the round trip to liar
isburg, Pa., May 11 to 10, return limit
hi no SO. Tickets good via Chicago or
St. Louis. A great opportunity to visit
ho east. Half rates from Harrisburg
o points in Pennsylvania, Maryland
md District of Columbia, May 21 to
H Ask the Burlington agent.
to water but vou can't
make him drink.
You can't make him eat
cither. You can stuff food in
to a thin man's stomach but
that doesn't make him use it.
Scott's Emulsion can make
him use it. How ? By mak
ing him hungry, of course.
Scott's Emulsion makes a thin
body hungry all over. Thought
a thin body was naturally hun
gry didn't you ? Well it isn't.
A thin body is asleep not
working gone on a strike.
It doesn't try to use it's food.
Scott's Emulsion wakes it
up puts it to work again
making new flesh, That's the
way to get fat.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT UOWN E. CliemUw. 4 P1 St., M. Y
cu4 fum; iHchk,
NORTH BRANCH, KAS.
I. really ruined n littlo hero Tues
day. MissSndio Arrants spent Sunday at
Miss Lucy Toland wont to Red Cloud
Tuesday to begin work for tbo sum
mer. Rov. Ernest Howard occupied tho
pulpit at tbo Frionds church Sunday
evening. His talk was greatly appre
ciated by the peoplo of this place.
Tho applo, cherry and crabapplo
trees aro loadod with blossoms. It may
tako rain to bring tho (rait, but it
doesn't to bring the blossoms.
May Stanley, Lucy and Emma To
land and Edna Short took the teachers'
examination at Mankatolast Saturday.
The people along the mail route from
Guido Rock through this part are very
proud of tho now mail wagon which
Mr. Moranvillo uses. Taking every
thing into consideration, wagon, team
and driver beat tho Burr Oak one "all
Mrs. Will Allen was at Hummer last
Goorgo Lehr is working at tho
Miss Sadio Armistend is clerking in
tho Mathes store
Tho Mathes storo took in twenty-six
cases of eggs Saturday.
Miss Ora Clark will teach a select
school st Womor this summer.
Tbo peach crop will bo very light,
but other fruits look quite promising.
U'icio Dan has takon a month's lay
off and will visit his brother iu Mis
souri. Friday was ono of tbo worst days on
record for a dust storm. It was a
Mrs. Emma Mathes wont to Hummer
to attend hor brother's 21st birthday
Several of Womor's young bloods
took in Campbell Bros.' show at Smith
Tho hotel is doing a fino business.
Mr. Armistoad and wifo are up-to-date
in tho hotel business.
A littlo shower of rain, with pros
pects of more, which is sorely needod.
Wheat and rye aro suffering.
Our blacksmiths, the Gregg brothers,
are as busy as ever doing repair work
on plows and listers. Thoy are up-to-dato
Wanted at Womer, a photographer
and a barbor. Womer can boast of as
fino a photograph gallery as any town,
but it is vacant.
Georgo Lehr aud Fred Stelling wish
to nnnounno that they havo changed
their minds since our last report, nnd
all offers of marriage will be rejected.
M. H. Ormsby moved out Tuesday
and Dr. Morrison is now in possession
of a tine building. Everybody is won
dering what the doctor will do now.
But people will talk, nnd d ctors will
continue to do funny things. In our
next lettor we hope to writo that some
thing hns happened.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Bertha Poller was absent the first of
ihu week on account of sickness.
Miss Katie Wichmnn was visiting the
lower rooms 'Tuesday.
Mr Jennings tho superintendent of
tho Wilber schools, visited the school
Liufuid Sellars has eulereu school iu
the first grade.
All tho pupilio' tho south wnrd who
btnyed out on account of tho diph
theria are back iu their fonts
Tho seniors will givo their cIms pro
gram May '27 and tho regular com
mencement exercises will bo givon
Rev. Dixon will givo thu class ser
mon May '25.
Dr. Sanderson of Frniuont has bcon
secured to give the commencement ad
dress. The juniors have finished piano go
omotry. The ninth grade gave the following
program last Friday afternoon: Song
by school; lecitatiou, Flossie Camp
bell; lo.uling, Gem-go V.m Camp; reci
tation, lln.'l Lippuui'iitt; current
eventn, Call Hedge; looiitition, Grace
Harrington; reading, Mary D.tmoioll;
song by school; description of Windy
cave, Edna Holmes; recitation, Arthur
Nulsou; rendiug, Roe KuLchey; paper,
country indicates that conditions are good
for investors. We can prove this asser
tion; for instance our line of $10.00
SUITS for men. We have them in every
known style and pattern. They are good
style and neat in make, and have wearing
qualities sticking out in every line. You
better try one.
Galusha, (QesGott & Storey.
Summer Dress Goods,
Ladies', Misses and Children's
A large and varied line of
Ladies' Newport Roll Combs
and Belts. Prices right.
"Tho Ctusade," Maggie Evans; cur
rent events, Etta Riehr; reading, Tilda
Nelson; recitationBlanche Pope; news
paper, Charles Phures.
County Court Notes.
April U Estate of Lawrence Tobin,
deceased. Report of administrator filed.
Iu ro guardianship of Thomas Tobin,
a minor. Report of guardian, F. C.
April 25 Mairiago licenso issued to
Hownrd E. Houghtaling and May A.
April 28-State of Nebraska vs. David
Phelps; illegal voting. Motion fcr con
tinuance for thirty days granted and
defendant released on his own recogni
zance until May 28 at 1 p. m.
April 30 Estato of Robinson Jen
nings, deceased. Hop ring on petition
for administrator and appointment of
A. J. Hayes as administrator, under
bond of 1600.
Don't waste your money on worth
less imitation of Rocky Mountain Tea.
Get tho genuine, made only by tho
Madison Medicine Co. A great family
remedy. 35 cts. C I. Cotting.
Summer diess goods, laces nnd em-brniderio.-i
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For a nice
I have had eceailoa (a m, vn...
'BUck-Draught Stock and Poultry Mtdl.
cine and am pltajcd to My that I never
ukq anvinini itr imci that v. hir ..
good Mtiifactiaa. I heartily recom-
und It to all owner of itock.
J. B. ELShTR. St Louis, Mo.
Sick itock or poultry should not
eat cheap stock food any moro than
sick persons 'ahould expect to bo
Giirnd bv food. Wlim vnl,. .i.
and poultry are sick givo them med
icine, uon i siuir tnera with worth
less stock foods. Unload tho bowels
.nil itir tin tlii tnrrtiiJ li-. -.l i.-
animal will be cured, if it bo possi-
uib io euro ii. DiacK-uraugllt Stock
and Poultry Medicine unloads the
bowels and stirs up the torpid liver
It cures every malady of stock if
taken in timo. Secure a 25-cent can
of Black-DraupUt Stock and Poultry
Modicmo and it will pay for itsolf tert
times over. Horses work better. Cows
givo moro milk. Hogs gain flesh.
And hens lay more eggs. It solves tho
problem of making as much blood,
flesh and energy as possiblo out of
tho smallest amount of food con
lumod. Buy a can from your dealer.
Albright - Bros.,;
Red Cloud, Neb.
COMB AND SEE US.,
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Genuine lUmped C C C Never (old la Mk.
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