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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1902)
CI11KF PUHLlSIIINli COMPANY.
One year.. ""
rUULlSItKU KVKIIY FItlDAY
Kntcrod nt ttic pott omcc M Hcil Cloml, Keb.a
second cUsnanll matter.
l'tmilMied on nillcntlon.
.1. II, .MH'KKV,
Of l'olk Count .
Kor Lieutenant Oovemor,
i:. (i. M'uiiro.v,
or Doiigln County,
l'or secretin) of State.
(IKOIHIK W. MAltSIl,
or Itlclmnhoii Comity,
Kor Mule Tri'iimiter,
Of Valley County,
for Miitu Auditor'
Of Miurldnii County,
l'or Attorney (letiernl,
I'KANK N. IMIUUT,
of (liiKO County.
Kor ComintMloner Public l.ntiiliiiiiiil Iliillillin:.
OKuitoi: i). rou.MKit,
Of NurkolU County
Kor Superintendent Public Iiiittrtictlou.
WILLIAM K. KOWI.KH,
Of Washington County.
l'or Cor.RroHiuimn, Mil Dlntrle t,i
0. W. NOItltIS,
Of Hcil Wl.low County.
Kor Hcprocnlativi' lltli IMstrlet,
For County Alt )tney.
j:. u. ovkhmak,
or Hed Cloud, M Ward.
Kor Commissioner, lt Dlst.,
V. C JOHNSON,
t)r btlllwalcr l'rccluet.
Kor Commissioner, f tit Hist,.
V. II. SMITH,
or lied Cloud I'reclnrt
i nmMT uurMar
Mtrff m wwjFum m m
If you knew how SCOTT'S
EMULSION would build you
up, Increase your weight,
strengthen your weak throat
and lungs and put you in con
dition for next winter, you
would begin to take it now.
Scud for tree Mitntile, and try It.
SCOTT &. BOWNE, Chemists,
409 415 I'carl Mriet, New York,
Soc. and f 1,00; all dniglt.
proud of its iccoul along Unit line, and
tltios titit caio Ki destiny thoso veiy
plants, now Unit llit'y have become
great concerns Will tin Demo Popi,
while claiming Hint the protective tut 111
is responsible for triM", go so fus n to
clitiin that tuo nil tt list is fosteud hy
OVER" THE STATE
ntcs were obliged to rotront to Arkan
sas. On March 7, ISO'2 thu armies mot
nt Pen Ridge, tlio Confederates then
being tin tier Vnn Dot 11. A severe bat
tio followed The victory was entirely
due to Sicgd'a skillful maneuvers. In
this engagement the Union foico was
less than 10,000, the Confederates being
twice as sitting. The following May
tint ntithoiities at Washington showed
their rcctgnliion of the value of his
set vices by appointing hltu uiuj ir gen
eral, lie took pait in I ho second battle
of Hull Hun, August 'JU and HO, 1S(V.,
mid tin September 11 was made com
matnler of the Klcventh army corps.
He was placed in command of the tie
paitment of Wet Virginia, and wn
with (iiant in his advance against
Since thi 'ar General Siegel ha re
sided in New York city, taking sonic
Intel est in politico. In 1S71 he wn
eleclcd registrar of the citv of New
York, and in 18Sj he wns appointed a
V when you get home
'? with that bulk coffee
and blow the dirt and flics and
foreign substances out of it. Then
open a package of
lee how clean and fresh it looks
and note its rich aroma.
Tht italftd piektg laiorM uniform qa&Iltx.
Republican Senatorial Convention,
Tho Ruptiblieau convention of the
Twenty-sixth senatorial district is
hereby called to meet in Superior,
Nuckolls county, Nobrnskn, on Tues
day, Septembor'J, 1002, at '2 o'clock p.m ,
for tho purpose of placing in nomina
tion n candidate for stato senator and
for tho transaction of such other busi
ness as may como before tho corven
tion. l'hu representation of tho counties
of said district is as follows: Franklin,
10 delegates; Webster, l.'l delegntes,
aud Nuckolls, 14 delegates.
No proxies allowed and delegates
present cast thu full voto of delegation
from their county.
James Hukdkn, Chairman.
Jno. K. Kksi.ku, Secretary.
When in this city make this ollieo
your headquarters Come in and lot
us got better acquainted. Tell us tho
news from your neighborhood. Tuk
Chikk is tho oldest paper in this coun
ty, has tho largest circulation, and has
over boon tho loading nowspapor of tho
county. To advertisers wo wish to say
that Tuk Chikk goes into about one-
third more homes in Webster county
than any other paper published in tho
county. It is not running after busi
ness men to coax thorn to advertise,
but thoso merchants who know a good
thing whon they see it, advertise in
Tuk Chikk. Whon you want to road
the news of tho county, gotTitK Chikk
Havo you given any thought to the
constitutional amendment to be voted
on at tho coming election? If this
amendment carries there will bo no
such waste of money as happened a
few years ago when ainendmenls wete
voted on. The money was practically
wasted owing to the fact that there
weto so few volets who seemingly
eared enough about the aiiieudinei'ts
to vole either one way or the other.
Ity the adoption of this amendment it
will not, in the future, be necessary to
publish amendments foy thtee months,
The dairy interest of Nebraska
alone is becoming of greater value to
the state than the mineral wealth of
Colorado or the coal ot Pennsylvania
or the oil of Texas. Keatney Hub.
A Kansas Democrat received two
signilicant telegrams last week. Thoy
n ro given as follows by the Wichitn
tromllill of New York: "Eastern
Democracy reioicos tint. Knnsas De
mocracy has tttumphed over Populism
at last. Accept my hearty congratula
tions." From (101 man of Maryland: "Hav
ing wiped out Populism and all other
cranky 'isms,' the Kansas Democracy
is now entitled to a seat in tho councils
of eastern Democracy. Congratula
tions." Theso messages can scarcely be called
comforting to the troubled spirits of
Nebraska Populists, who have been
induced to give up their party organ
ization for tho doubtful honor of fol
lowing tho "little giant" to nn inglori
ous defent, They will soon bo called
on to join Grovor in fishing for suckers
or required to help Dave Hill cut bait.
St. Paul Republican.
Thursday was olection day in Ten
nessee. Tho returns are coining in
slowly from the mountain dibit lets.
Thoso compiled so far show three men
kiliok In Knoxville, election boxes
stolen by tho clerks and judges, secret
counts, etc. In one district no election
was held, as the factious "were unable
to agree." This makes a fair showing,
even for Tennessee, and leads us to
hope that another "campaign of edu
cation" will result in enlightening the
citizens of that great commonwealth
to such a degree as to make it unnec
essary for them to hold any more
elections. Nebraska City Weekly.
Owing to thu number of caUle dying
from cane disease Mousel Hros. sent
some cano to tho university experiment
station to bo nnnljzed. Last week tho
geologist and chemist for tho state
mado a tt ip to this part of tho stato for
tho purposo ot experimenting. They
appraised ono of W. K. Smith's cows
and fed her sotno of tho cano which
had caused the death of several ani
mals for Mr. Smith. Tho cano got in
its work quickly and tho cow was sick
in liftoen minutes. Tho cane was found
to contain prussic acid and is caused
by stunted growth. If tho cano is al
lowed to cure this acid will evaporate
and leavo tho cano in a harmless con
dition. It scouted to bo the opinion of
tho experts that prussic acid did not
exist in cano ot a rank growth and
that tho only danger was in feeding
stunted cano before it had tiuto to
cure. Cambridgt) Clarion.
In Justice to Ed Gilford
To the I'Mitor 1 f Tin: chikk.
Dear Sir I tend the account of the
fusion senatorial convention in Tuk
Om:r. While hnvit.g no doubt it was
n fair aud just account of the proceed
ings, it doe", however, falsify to the
public mind the true facts, aud 1 write
this that your leaders can have nn
opportunity to digest thu facts as they
are and to remove any doubt that Mr.
Gilford had any personal interest in
the matter. In the first place Mr. Gil
ford was ono of the delegates repre
senting this ptccinct. In the next
place, at the caucus aud at other times,
tho action of our legislative contingent
wns discussed by thoso of our neigh
borhood, and tho votes in question
were among the foremost.
Mr. Householder and Mr. Pitney de
nied nt tho county convention the
lCLord of the daily papers and "made
up a case" to suit the moment, hence
Mr. Gilfoid got Mr. J. P. Sprecher's
letter as to thoso matters, and promi
nent independents from Pleasant Hill,
Kim Creek, Oak Creek nnd Stillwater
asked him to present it at tho sena
torial convention nnd to Mr. O. 11.
Pitney. Mr Pitney denied its accuracy
until he found there was a record in
tho county clerk's ofiice, and now
hangs onto his plea of absence, while
his voucher for pay shows he was not
absent. To thu many independents of
this county it seems strango that a
n quest for nn explanation to their
constituents should bo met tlrst by
falsehood, second by sucets by the
machine, who expect to reap some un
Mr. Brooks never was a' Pop whin
G. P. Cathnr wns, and his highest nm
bltioti is to down said Cather in his
own precinct regardless of any princi
ple; and I desire it to bo understood
that Mr. Gilford's inquiry in this mat
ter wns as a representative of promi
nent independents, every ono of whom
supported this legislative contingent
that so lamely explain their action.
This is not going to rest us it is, but it
is unjust to Mr. Gilford to bo brauded
as a sorehead while ho is carrying out
tho demands of those who elected him.
H. L. Hoi'KiNS.
An examination for non-resident pu
pils, not already classified, who wish
to enter the Hed Cloud high school,
will be held in tho high school build
ing August 20, beginning at 10 o'clock
a. ui. Pupils resident in this district
who have been making up special work
during vacation mav present them
selves for examination at thu same
time and place. K.J. 'ask,
GENERAL FRANZ SIEGEL DEAD.
Famous Union General Passes Peacefully
Away as a Result ot Old Age.
General Fran. Siegel, the famous
xildier aud editor, died at his homo in
New York city Thiu.sduy morning
hud hi en failing in health for tho last
two jear, thu result ul idd age and a
geneinl btenk-down, but it wns only
A Great Convention
The 11)02 convention of thu Disciples
ot Chri-t will be held in Omaha, Nebr ,
October 15 23, A rate of one fate for
the round trip has been make from all
parts of tho country, aud it is confi
dently expected that upwards of !!0,
000 visitors will attend. Tho oiti.uhs
of Omaha are making extonivo pre
parations for the entertainment of
delegates and vUttois. The ..essions
of the convention will bo held in the
Coliseum, which will seat with comfort
The growth of the Disciples of Christ
as a church organization is ono of the
matvcls of tho religious wot id. Its
percentage of growth exceeds that of
any protestant denomination, and tho
church now numbers upwards of 1,
300,000 communicants in tho United
Tito Intu president, J nines A. Oar
Held, was n minister of tho Disciples
church. Heforu his election to the
presidency Mr. Garlield wns nsked to
state concisely the doctrinal position of
the church to which ho belonged. Ho
complied with tho rt quest and for
mulated the following statement:
1. We call ourtelves Christians or
2. Wo bcliove in God the Father.
II. Wo believe that Jesus is tho
Christ thu son of tho living God and
our Savior. Wo regal d tho divinity
of Christ as thu fundamental truth of
tho Christian system.
1. Wu believe in tho Holy Spirit
both as to His ngency in convert ion
nnd as n dweller in the heart of tho
5. Wu accept both the Old aud
tho New Testament as tho inspired
word of God.
0. We believe in tho future punish
ment of tho wicked nnd tho reward of
7. Wo believe that Deity is n prayer
healing and a prayer answering God.
8 We observe thu institution of the
Lord's Supper on every Lord's Day.
To this tnblo wo neilhtr invite nor de
bar; wo say it is the Lord's Supper for
all the Lord's children.
9 We plead for tho union of all
(iod's people on the Hi bio aud tho
10. Thu Lc id's Word is our "Hook
11. We maintain that all tho ordi
nances should bo observed as they
were in the days of the apostles.
3?33&33 aaaaa 3333a$y
TOUIORE - BROS.
Our Stock of Shoes is now complete for
Fall and Winter. We have LMven a irreat jMal
of time and attention to
and are confident 'we can please you in
Styles, Prices and Quality.
Child's Calf Shoes, 5 to 7 1-2,
at $1 00, 1.10, 1.25.
to Child's Kid Shoes, 5 to 7 1-2,
to at 75c, $1.00, 1.25.
5 Children's Shoes, 8 to 12,
to at $1.00. 1.10 urj to 2.00.
$ Ladies' Shoes from 60c up to $4.00.
We can save you lO to 25c on
every pair of Shoes.
We are selling our Ladies' Silk Waists at
wholesale prices. We have a beautiful line in
all colors in the new styles. Come in and see
them. We have special bargains all through
our Dry Goods stock that will interest you.
Our Grocery Department is so popular that
it hardly requires advertising. We have THE
Stock and lead in prices.
Bring us your Produce. We have a
market for it.
mtr will it tnKC me man 10 mi
if he does not stop the leak?
To attempt to nourish the body when tho
Btomncn is iot
as now. To our Pop fiiends wo would mt Sunday that he linally Mirrtndered
biiggest thai tliei ioiik ihi-i amendment illm to"k u ,,1S '"''- '1'lltl "d was
ovir can fully and -co if they oan find peaceful, and liu member.- of his fain
any Miniluiity between thu form 0f wue prc-eni at his bedide when death
adontlne: an ameiutmenl and thu initi. came.
alive and leferenduni systoin of mat.
i l-'tvitiv mi'fri.l ,i mtm,i'.il nf tlw, , Iim)
- ri- p-tv ' -''
war, was burn nt Sin-heim. Utdeu, in
November, 1821. Ho graduated at the
military "diool alCarlsrtihe and scrv d
us ;ui olli.'oi in thu tinny of the Giaid
Duke of lladeti, obtaining tho tank i f
ui'jutaui in lb 17. In ISIS he look pltu
Hit Populist aud Democratic 1 rgaiis
ol tlie Btatu are bewailing the prencnco
of u uts and are still claimiug that tho
pmtectivo tin ill mid ihu llepubdeaii
parly aro responsible lor them. Ti lists' in ihu unsuccessful campaign ttgaint
a if in lAlMunee all over the world, ' ibe Pnu-ians aud at lite dNsolmiou ..f
whether there aie prouenve laiiiTe. or ', the provisional government withduw
fieu trade. With ono brtmtu ihu Demo-. to Swi rl-iml, but wns not periui.iid
Pops ru liHtut.niT the H'tiublteiins for j to remain ihoic, and sailed to n.o
the steel it ust and in the next breath United States, reaching Now Yoil; in
ate doing tin- sum., fm- the meat tnist. ! 1850, U;e he taught nialiiuiuaiins . r
When will tbe lourn that tiusts, as umiu jeuu in tm academy ui Dr. Hti
such, are uoii-pariismi, and enro but doif Dtuon. who daughter hoaitei-
little tor political purlieu? Tnu Hopub- ward mat lied
lican party is as much against trusts
as any other, but at thu samo timu is
bro.ui oiiougli to ru,Ui.u that li lists,
beside bung injurious, are built up
In ISM he removed to St. Loin-, and
huciimu n toiftior in u colli go in that
city At the outbreak of tin nivil war
lie lei'eiveil i eoniuil-islon as colonel id
by combining thu various mauiifaetur-1 the Tiurd Missouri volunteer', mu
nig plants ol lliu nation, ami ate com
bined p.ittly for tho purpose of i cumin
ingalivu. Thu Hupuhlican patty will
not deny that it Is itspoiisiulu for the
building of manufacturing .plants
throughout tho Union in fact is viiie
tinned ut (Jump Jackson,
prominence in the campaign in
In 16112 liu reuulvud a commission us
a brigadier general and followed Gen
eral Pi ice's army when thu Confeder
eased is like try
ing to fill the
sack with the
j I,, ' hole in it. When
llic MOin.ii.-o mm
and nutritive Or
gans are dis
eased, there in a
constant lo3.s of
Hnotijjh is eaten
but tho body
loses flesh, -plain
proor mat tlie
food en to n is
because it is not
digested aud as
similated. Dr. Pierce's
disease! of the
other organs of
digestion a n d
stojm the lcaka
by wlitch nutri
tion is lost, and
enables t lie
building up of the body by the nutri
tion derived front food. The gam in
weight ptovea the cure.
"Tliro onri :iro I was taken sick with what
the iloctorcnilul nervonm mid Iinliwtion."
writes Mrs W.irreu i:. rarker, uf Ounce Sirctl.
NntitiicV.it, Mns "lie i:ne me miJu-tiie for
the trouble. ttit I muM nut rut even n little toaj-t
or (Nitiuc.il without ulTei inn severely In n few
months I vaun U liH'eilitieiiiK piiiiKtutlil
in the pit ol my tom.uh I callwl the doctor
I nK.tm mul he Mini I li.nl e.iturrh of stomach;
i iime me medicine hut it did not do any uood.
lie iMini'd I lt JS pouiuU in three tmmlhs 1 thin com-
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i-aMtfr' vm ver hi
Services at tho Methodist Kpiscop 1
church: Preaching at 11 o'clock a m.
and 8 p.m. by the pastor, Rev. M. P.
Dixon; Sunday school, 10 o'clock, L. P.
Albright, superintendent; Junior Kp
worth League, 3 o'clock, Mrs. Hruner,
superintendent; Kpworth League, 7
o'clock, Mrs. Mitchell, president.
Next Sunday them will bo services at
tlie Episcopal church at 10:30 a. til. and
at 8 p. in. Everybody welcome.
Set vices at tho Church of Christ will
bo held as usual next Lord's day.
Preaching at 10:90 a. in. and 8 p. m. by
the minister, T. A. Meredith. Hible
school nt noon, Trace Sherur .superin
tendent Junior C lv.'Jp.in , Mrs Mere
ditli acting superintendent. Player
meeting Wednesdajat S p. in. Special
muMe nt morning and evening pteaeh
ing ci vices Wo will make you wel-
' pi mo. dune find L'ivti lis tho oiioi r.
Use Allen's Foot Ease.
A powder to bo shaken into the
shoes. Your fuel feel swollen, noivoiis
aud hot, and get tiiwd easily. If you
li.iw siMuiiing feet or tight shoes, trj
Allen's Foot-Ease, It cools the foot and
makes walKing easy. Cures swollen,
sw uting (eel, ingrowing nails, blisters
a' d c'llii'iis spotii, relieves corns ami
minion of all pain and gives icst and
eoinf'.it. Try it today Slid by all
druggist nnd shoe stores for 'Jo uontn.
Don't accept uiii substitute. Trial
1).kI.iik' flee, Addiess Allen S Olm
sud, I.o Hy, N. Y .
545 to California and Return,
Tickets on sale April 3V to 27, .May ','7 '
to .lone 8, August '2 to S. Libtr.il
stopover aitaugeiiieutti itmi leturu
limits. Foi Hlduioiuil Infm ination iisl.
the neatest agint, Huriinglou Route,
or wiite for u California fulder to J.
Vl HUMS (ieiHiul P.i-si'iilJ.'l Agillt,
tint liiigton Hi llti-, Oitmliu, Ni'b
To make room for my winter stock I
will sell what is left of my stock of
Summer Underwear AT COST. This
is your opportunity to buy your
Summer Underwear" cheap for next
summer. Also a full line of Corsets,
Hosf and Children's Gauze Waists,
Children's Crocheted Summer Hoods
Highest Market Price Allowed
in Exchange for EGGS.
LUMBER, and COAL,
iiicli-?j' sJtTiotorivl, Etc
Eed cloud. - - Nebraska
PLATT & FREES CO..
Chicago - Lumber - Yard.
KM) fl.tU'D, M.HUAMKA.
Lumber, Lime, Goal and Cement.
Ik'kuii to fill bilter I hae tiiLtn t-lx lioltlcsot
'(.oltlen .Mcilic.u iiiscincry, uvo 01 rauirue
I'rchcripllon' aud lx iat of l)r. Pierce's Pel
teit t have Rallied teji iKjtiuds. Can eat every
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation.
This algnaturo U on every ho ot tho gonuln6
Laxalivc BrotnoQuinine Tablets
tho remedy that vurt-a a cold in ono day
I" V ,Pih u , "r I'hysleinns. I'rcu Saiiiilti u( 9p
M-(!li. nr iir i.,,. u..;.,ii-. . .. ,,,! rj:
wri, ,' J il u" 7 ' UNt-,'f.s, hcht treatment, also many Si
ft System 6urifie
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;S aluatlo recines mid r
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hut send ui i5 cts cts o" il J?und w o u llftSidif, ?t8i .V0"'1 ,wUo any HUUstltuto
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