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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1903)
TIED CLOUD, NEBJUSKA.
PUBLISHED KVBttY FRIDAY.
I'. C. 1'if Aiies, Editor.
Oat year "
niereJ t tne pout offlco t Hed Cloud, Nob.M
f urnUhed on Application.
TELEPHONE, SEVEN - TWO
For Judgo of tlio Supremo Court
JOHN B, BARNES Norfolk
For RcKonts of Stato Unlwrjlto
CHARLES S ALLEN Lincoln
VM. O WHITMORE Vnlloy
For District Jttdgo
J. W. JAMES Hustings
For County Treasurer
W. II. SKELION DluoUill
For Couniy Clork
E. S. OARBER Ouldo Rock
ED AM ACK Ourilold
For Clork of District Court
THOMAS H. QUiaOLE..Ko8omont
For County Judgo
A. II. KEENEY Cowlos
For County Suporlntondont
MISS ADA SKJELVER Otto
For County Assessor
RICHARD TURNER Lino
DR. R. P. RAINES Ited Cloud
JOHN W. TULLEYS. . . .Rod Cloud
For Commissioner, Second Dist.
W. R. ANDERSON Olenwood
cluinntlon stntos timt tlio purposo of
tlio session is to consider tlio commor
clnl trcntles boUvccu tlio United States
and Cuba, which require the approval
Tho American victory in tlio Alaskan
boundary dlsputo was creator than
had been hoped for by tlio most sail
Ktilno, and the Canadian commission
ers have shown thoir disapproval of It
by refusing to wigii tho doclsiou of tho
arbitration commission. England's
commissioner sided with thoso of tho
United States, thus kIvIiik us a ma
jority. Tako a good look at tho splondid
likoness of J. V. James, ropubllcan
candidate for district JuiIko, published
olsowhero in tills paper. Every foaturo
shows iutolllKcnce, strength of char
actor and tho viKorous appearance of
a man not givon to Immoral practices.
Tho original of tho picture shows tho
qualities in even moro striking manner.
You will make no mistake in electing
him along with tho lmlaiicoof the Ro
When you cast your vote for county
superiutcnecut. remember Miss Ada
Skjelver, tlio Republican nominee
Miss Skjolvor has had little oppor
tunity to got out among tho voters ami
look after hercanipalnn,as her duties
as principal in tlio First Ward school
in tills city havo occupied her time.
Miss Skjolvor has shown marked abil
ity in her work as an educator in our
public schools, and Is perfectly com
petent to perform tho duties of tho
office of superintendent. Miss Skjel
ver had tho mlsfortuno to lose her
mother when sho was quite young, and
upon her devolved tho duties of house
keeper and mother to her younger
brothers and sisters. With all of these
drawbacks sho suceeded in gaining for
horsclf a .splendid education and has,
by her own eirorts, arisen to tlio re
sponsible position which she now oc
cupies. Sho desorvos to bo elected by
a rousing majority.
It is Better to Buy a
God Suit or Overcoat
Under tho now law, ovory voter in
tlio county is entitled to vote for
county commissioner, regardloss of
tho district ho is to ropresont in tho
county board. W. R. Anderson of
Olenwood precinct is tho Republican
candidate for commissioner from tlio
Second district, and ovory ropubllcan
voter should boo Hint his ballot is
marked properly. Tho ontiro Repub
lican county ticket will bo elected this
fall, and tho election of Mr. Anderson
will materially aid in insuring har
mony botweon tho county board and
tho county officers.
E. S. Garber.
As election day draws nonr It is bo
coming moro and moro apparent that
Ed Garber will bo re-elected to tho
ofllco of county clork by an increased
majority. Tlio business methods em-
' ployed by Mr. Garber in tho conduct
of the clerk's office, his long residence
in tlio county and his extensive ac
quaintance all go to mako up tho
qualities necessary for a capablo
'county clork. Mr. Onrbor has also
' oliMii'ii (tnml Itlflrvnvnntif Ii untntt itt
his assistants, and it is safo to say that
the books of tho county wero never
kept in bettor shnpo and that tho
business of tho ollico was novor moro
satisfactorily conducted than at pre
sent. Ed desorvos n second torm and
will undoubtly get it.
Elootion ono wook from noxt Tuesday.
Dr. Raines is making a hot race for
tho office of coroner.
Remombor the rally in Rod Cloud
noxt Wednesday night.
Tom Johnson is trying to forco Sen
ator Hanna to evacuate the United
It Is said that Senator Gorman is
already plannlu.for a second term In
the White House.
'Ed Amack is making a hustling
campaign and ought to havo a walk
away in his raco for sheriff.
Secretary Hay actually found time
to have a conference with Senator
Morgan on tho canal question.
Tho yellow pross has been such a
success that W. R. Hoarst bellovos wo
want a yellow administration.
Judge Barnes, candidate for supremo
judge on tho Republican ticket, will
spoak at tho rally in Red Cloud noxt
It will bo worth a twonty-milo trip
in l..wm. liti.M.iLLt. .it... l)..lr.M .'It. tltl
tho fallacies of the populist party in
this city noxt Wednesday night. Toll
your friends about it.
Mr. Bryan's paper explains that a
man may amass a fortune without be
coming a plutocrat. It cites former
Governor Hogg of Texas as an exam
ple but It doubtless refers to its own
Don't forgot that John W. Tulloys
is tho Ropuhlicaucaudldatc for comity
surveyor. John was bom and raised
in Webster county, and Is well tltted
by education and experience to fill the
Tho enthusiasm with which tho Re
publican central committee and the
candidates are conducting tlio cam
paign in this county is a suro indica
tion of sucess at tlio election a week
from noxt Tuesday.
Congross will moot in extra seseion
on November 0. The president's pro-
Do you like your thin, rough,
short hair? Of course you
don't. Do you like thick,
heavy, smooth hair? Of
course you do. Then why
not be pleased? Ayer's Hair
Vigor makes beautiful heads
of hair, that's the whole
story. Sold for 60 years.
' I hT med Ajtr'i Hair Vigor for a Ionic
tiros. It It. Indeed, a wutidorful hair tonic.
restoring health to the lialr and scalp, and, at
tb Mina time, proving tnlemlid dretilnit."
Da. J, W. TAT I'M, Madlll, Ind. T.
(1.00 a bottle.
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Better at the start, better at the
end, better all the way through. W
have a line of Suits that are in reach
oi everybody and they do not cost
much more than the sweatshop kind
that don't hold together while you
are trying it on. Our Clothing is UNION MADE and WE WARRANT IT to
give satisfaction. If it does not we will make it right. Never had such a line of
OVERCOATS can't tell you about them; you will have to look at them. Good
time to buy your
Ne WINTER. UNDERWEAR.
and this is a good place to buy it. Wool, Silk Wool or Cotton, in all Colors and
25 Cents to $2.50 per Garment.
Beekoiith, Weseott & Storey
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS.
J. W. JAMES, for District Jtiduc.
Wo this week present to tlio voters
of our county lion. .1. W. James, of
Has tings, Ailains county, who is tlio
republican caiulitlato for District
Judge of this, tlio tenth judicial dis
trict. Mr. .lames was born in Henry
county, Iowa, in which stato lie re
ceived his education. Ho is a gradu
ate from the law department of the
Stato University or Iowa. Mr. James
has had a rich experience in legal
affairs. Ho commenced the practice
of law hi Adams county, Nebraska,
where he servred as county attorney
lor six years. He has practiced law
in Hastings for six years where ho
lias won for himself a reputation as a
keen, thorough, upright lawyer and is
not not only a man of ability but is a
christian gentleman ono against whom
not oven a suspicion can bo cast and
ovory republican can vote for him and
feel that lie will make no mistake. He
is making a great campaign and will
without doubt be elected.
For County Judge.
A. II. Keoney, candidato for county
judgo on tho Republican ticket, is a
young man of exceptional ability and
good moral character. Mr. Keeuoy is
a graduate of tho Nebraska Stato
University Law school and is also a
veteran of tho Spanish-American war,
having served in tho Phllipyines with
tlio First Nebraska volunteers. Mr.
Keoney was born hi Webster county,
and has the distinction of being tlio
first native of tlio county over nomi
nated for the important ollico of
county judge. For some tlmo after
uriuluutinu from the UniverMty law
school Mr. Keeney was associated ,
with ono of tho leading lawyers of.
Aurora, but later returned to his
fornior homo at Cowles, whoro ho has
sinco resided. Ho is desorving of tho
hearty support of all who believe in
good morals and impartial business
ment wore making good our claim
that all tlio stray seals in the northern
Pacific belonged to Uncle Sam's pri
vate Pribilof herd. Then tho Canadi
ans sent out a licet of ships to hunt
our seals and they slaughtered so
many on the open sea that that tlio
herd was in danger of extermination.
Uncle Sam captured a lot of tho "seal
pirates" and confiscated their barges
and ships also. Thoro was a row and
wo arbitrated. Tho arbitrators agreed
that wo hadn't auy title and wo had to
pay a good many millions of smart
1 money to tlio Canadian '"pirates" and
1 apologize for chasing them out of tho
Pacillc. It hurt pretty badly and sun
dry proposals wero made in congress
for evening up tlio account. Ono was
to kill every blamod seal on the islands
nt the noxt camplug time aud thus
cut off tho supplies to tho Canadian
huntors. But this didn't prevail. The
hunting becamo so bad right away
I We Kemtilxe the Raver.
It was tho United States that had to
eat crow a fow years ago when sho re
sorted to arbitration over her seal
ilshory dlsputo with tho Canadians.
Tho arbitrators declared tho seal to be
a wild animal and consequently not an
appondago to tho Pribilof islands, out
in Boring 6ea, that belonged to Uncle
Sam, Our government was protecting
tho groat herds of seals that brod on
tlieso islands and that, between times,
ranged all over tho sea. Tho seals
.were multiplying rapidly under this
system or larnuug ana tlio revenue
after the decision wont against us
that tho Canadians engaged in it went
bankrupt and so the money losses
stand about even, but we have lost
nearly all of our seals, Our only ro
venge was an act prohlbltlag tho im
portation of any seal skins into this
country that havo not the private
mark of our Ilshory on thorn. But
that doesn't holp us much. Nobraska
To Core A Cold In One Day.
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lots All druggists refund tho money
If if fnlU in film E. W. Ornrn'a alarm.
cutters aud gunboats of tlio govern-1 turo Is on each box. 23u.
Is tho voiu of prosperity pinching
At this season of tho yoar tho quar
relsomo one gets up early so that ho
can argue about the frost.
With all respect to Edward Bok, he
pays too much attention to tho parlor
ornament and not enough to the
A man who has two love affairs on
the Btring at the samo time has a
hardor tlmo preventing collisions than
a train dispatcher.
We suppose that when dandruff gets I
in it, a woman has as much trouble
with her crown of glory as if It were
plain hair, like a man's.
Don't be too liberal with Ill-natured
comments about people: the time may
come when the people will have a
ohanco to get back at you.
This is the sonson when farmers pile
apples under tho trees near the fence,
in order to sond town peoplo to hell;
theyj-ldo by and steal them.
You havo a right to your own opin
ions, of course, but boo that thoy aro
sousiblo as possible, for a poor opinion
Is liablo to do you groat harm.
Wd object to tho now stylo or scoop
hat; it looks as if it would bo harder
than over to got to a girl's mouth with
out disarranging her special scenery
Wo havo noticed that when most
peoplo tak up what they call "news
paper traiuiug," it is by writing per
sonals about thomsolves for tho papers.
If a girl become n bride on tho 1st,
and tho cirds say sho will bo at homo
ufter tho 20tli, along about tho Sth sho
bouius to count tlio hours till tho 20th
when her friends will appear.
A man wont Into an Atchison drug
store lately and bought u bottle of
dyspopsia medicine. "It won't do you
any good," said tho druggist; "notlilug
will holp dyspepsia oxcopt dieting and
eating less "
An Atchison man is playing it on his
wifo and children proper. Ho says ho
has dyspopsia, and that tho doctor
says ho musn't eat anything excopt
tho white meat of tlio chicken. Tlio
man's wifo and children, therefore, pa
tiently fall holr to tho backbones,
drumsticks, gizzards, etc.
During the past two years an Atchi
son woman has nursod her ohlldorn
through three attacks of moaslos, ono
scarlot fever, two mumps, tliroo whoop-
iug coughs and ouo broken arm, and
has had flvo hired girls and a baby.
Sho had uorvous prostration, and the
neighbors said sho had ouo coming to
An Atchison railroad man was In a
reminiscent mood tho other night, and
said: "Tho bost job I ever had was on
a little branch forty miles long. There
was only one train a day, and I ran it.
Most of the fares were paid in cash.
There wero threo or four station
agents, and occasionally they sold a
tlokot, but 1 always got even with
them: the paymaster nevor wont ovor
the branoh, sending the pay checks
down to tho agontrf with mo, and when
one of tho agouts sold a tlokot, you
hot I took it out of his chock tho noxt
Cotting soils Blacklegoids and Black
leglno toprovont blackleg in caitlo.
Do you know that it will pay YOU, as
well as US, to buy your Building Ma
terial and Coal at ouryards? Not only
that our prices averaoe lower, or at
least as low, as those of our competit
ors, but because we tako especial care
of and protect all can be classed as
PL ATT & FREES CO.
WHITE ' HOUSE grocers and
Mocha. COFFEE Java UTCHER.S.
with your breakfast. It has a flavor that's all
it3 own you don't get it in any other brand
.'t is r.clJ by ell grocers in I and 2-pound carii only.
Kr.c'itd ana sealed by us t nd guaranteed full weight.
9WINEH, VlUGBT CO.,Bostl)ll. TELEPHONE No. a.
Have a BiSsSpQBsvP
I New Meat Market !
li'i I hnvfi nurchnsnrl rhp QrnnL- fivf..-,,,- i i -n
of the market formerly owned by E. R. Sherer, and
$'& bv honest treatment honp rn mln ii i.i :
.':,.' fnirr mnnu now nnrc XAM.,..-. :., i r t- . .
a c u m T - y . ,v-" "' " oi rresn or &
fe bait Meats, Game, etc., give me a trial.
l r it m ArTnjA-mT
"-xwriitjr l lll.
TRArI3RS IUMBEIfc Co,
LUMBER AND COA1.
t.ildirLe: material, Eto.
City Dray and Express Line.
B. Sltf. ROSS. PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAIS EXPRESS CO.
Is Buporior to all Bolf -Raising
Oriddlo Cako Flours.
r- 'rpv IT.
Sold In 2-lb. pickagei by all leading Grocer!,
ISAAC B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock Box 23. Quldo Itock, Neb. .
Kll kinds 0! property bought, sold and
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