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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1903)
. nEDCLOUtl, NEimASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
P. C. Pii.uif.8, Editor.
Bntorcd t tnp pout offlro at lied Cloud, Nob.ai
Fumlnlicil on application.
TELEPHONE, SEVEN - TWO
President Mnrrouln of Colombia
nays the United Status will liavon Doer
wnr on Its hands,
Tim DlotTltindleTinYiitTs still tlm
main topic of discussion in tlm statu
lross. No (Into for tho trial ofktho
nsu has yet been sot
W. J. Bryan's oiler to servo as tlm
Huiirmnu of tlm democratic national
4'ommitteo will hardly 1m pleasing to
llm "reorgnnlors" of that party.
Guueral Young, chief of stair of the
standing army, has issued an appeal
for the ro-eslahlishment of the army
!antcon, that eyesore to temperance
advocates throughout tho laud,
Koosovolt is not tlm only cowboy
who has attained prominence in poll
tics. Our own Oovenor Mickey Is an
oxport with tlm lasso, and wo aro roady
nt any time to back him in a steor-rop-ing
contest against tlm Rough Hidor
The attack on Senator Hoed Stnoot
of Utah by tho V. C. T. U. and other
organizations of women is an indica
tion of tho kind of political questions
that will bo forced upon our legisla
tors when suirrago is tiuivorsally ex
tended to women.
Tho four youths arrested in Chicago
Tor tho car barn murders are, if their
confessions are to bo bolloved, about
au bloodthirsty a lot of young thugs
as over wore put behind tho bars. A
half dozen murders and as many
moro attempts at murder have been
owned up to by them.
Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen
eral Dristow has sent in his report on
tho investlgatlnn of the postal frauds
and it is a sovere arralgumont of tho
guilty parties. President Koosovolt
has heartily indorsed tho report, and
says the fault does not lie with exist
ing laws, but with failure to enforce
Nineteen players killed and thirteen
severely wounded is the record of the
l!XH football season. This does not
includo thoso klllod in tlm wreck of
tho Purdue university excursion train
fow weoks ago. All of tho fatal ac
cidents woro to niembors of miuor
teams, nouo of tho big olovens suffer
ing losses by death.
Governor Mickey has again demon
strated his familiarity with farm and
ranch Ufo. Not long ago ho startled
the natives at the statofarm by mount
ing a wheat stack aud pitching bundles
so rapidly that ho buried the two feed
ore of the threshing machine. This
time he distinguished himself by
mounting a broncho last Saturday
morning, and chasing tho fostlve steer
at bis brothers' much, near Spring
view. He succeeded in roping tho
animal and bringing him down, and
vras loudly cheered by the cowboys
who witnessed his prowess.
SUito Auditor Charles Weston was
arrestod at Douglass, Wyo., Monday,
ou tho charge of being implicated In
tho wrecking of a bank at Caspor.Wyo.
Ho gavo bond Tor his appoaranco and
was allowed to return to his duties at
Lincoln. All state olllcers and others
who aro acquainted with him stout
ly ntllrm his innocence, claiming thnt
ho could have had no knowledge of
tho condition of tho bank. His busi
nehs ability and honesty aro unques
tioned among Ids associates and they
One dose of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral at bedtime prevents
night couRhs of children.
No croup. No bronchitis. A
doctor's medicine for all
affections of the throat, bron
chial tubes, and lungs. Sold
for over 60 years.
11, ,; V" "T V "B"T recmnu in my
du.-Miw. W. h. liiivMen.BhelbV Ali
. - !. ---- ! n'liii, cHiii-t'iAiiT inr can.
J. C. ATBII CO.,
Keop tho bowels opon with ono of
tjrer s fins at Docitlmo, just ono
-J T'H f
60 different games all new
one in each package of
at your Grocer's.
claim his arrest is an attomt)t"sinoozo
money from him. nwimr to ids hnlnu
a stockholder in the defunct hank.
Panama and the Democrats.
Fiito Is kinder to tho Ropublicans,
In one direction at least, than thoy
had any good reason to suppose Tho
Domocrntos are to makoau assault 011
tho administration for its nct'on nt
Panama Reports that they woro to
do this havo been circulated from timo
to Unio. Gorman attempted, at a re
cont senatorial caucus, to got tho
party in his branch to ngrco to a re
solution proposed by tho wild Carmack
to to consiiro Pesldont Roosevelt foi
ins conduct at tno lsuimus. Tlio cau
cus broko away from Gorman on that
proposition, and tho country had
about givon up all expectation of tho
porpotration of any such Democratic
folly, but tho news has been obtained
that Gorman has at last got his party
in his ohambor to go ovor to his and
Carmaok's position on that point, mid
tho attack will beain oarlv In tlm
rogular session, or possibly In tho
latter days of tho extra session.
If there is any favor that the Ropub
licans could ask of thoir opponents at
this stage of tho DrocGedlncs it would
be a Democratic demonstration of any
sort wnlcn would give the adminstra
tlon a chance to stive its recent deal.
ings with Colombia and Panama in
detail. The President has, in answor
to a resolution from Representee Hitt,
given a good deal of Information
touohlng upon tho government's con
nection with recent events at the
Isthmus, and th country applauded
the presldont for the courso which he
took. Dut there is s mething that
can be told which will make the ad
ministration's course ehlno out still
moro rosplendently in the affair, and
the Democratic madnvn will probably
givo an opportunity to bring this out
Thore will be no lack of signs under
which tho Ropublicans will conquer in
11KM. It was silver which did tho busi
ness for the Domoorats in 1800. Thoir
attack in 1000 on what thoy called im
periallsm added a few hundred thou
sand votes to tho big total that would
havo been rolled up against thorn on
tho remnants of the sllvor issuo in
that year. Their flair-f urlinir follv will
aid in creating the avalanche whlnh
will sweep them away in 1904 The
Democratic senators, under Gorman'
lead, are apparently to occupy the
ground taken by. Cleveland In 1803
when he ordored the flac to be Dulled
down in Hawaii. Panama in tint-
United States territory yot, but the
Democrats are to con end thnt n.
revolution was organized and effected
by United States' aid, and that Colom
bia ud not Panama is the legitimate
sovereign at the isthmus The admin
istration and the Republican party will
bo delighted to mako a flffht next vnnr
ou th s issue
Hie Senatwlal SltuatUn.
Tho Rod Cloud Nation seems to bo
worried over tho senatorial situation
in Nebraska, and in l h last issuo
very kindly offers a Tow suggestions
to tho Republican papers of this city
as to tho kind of nion they should
support for mombers of congress. Tho
Nation holds to tho opinion that tho
B. ,v M. railroad is tho controlling fac
tor in Republican politics of this
Ht-ite, and intimates that it is tlio duty
o" the Argus and the Chief to oust the
aforesaid railroad from its powerful
position. Tlio Nation asserts that
Senator IMotrlch aud Representative
Hurkott aro merely tools in tho hands
of tho U A- M.
Tho records of thoso men in con
gross aro as clean as tlio records of
any men tlio t'usionlsts havo over olo
vited to high olllce, although tho In
dlctmont or Senator Dietrich by tho
federal grand jury at Omaha has for
tho moment placed him in an uiienvi
a'llo position. An Indictment is not
a proof of guilt, however, and until ho
has boon given a fair and impartial
trial ho should receive tho bonotit of
Thorofusal of tho B. & M. railroad
to allow Its counsel, Judge Green, to
pirticipatoln the defense of Senator
Dietrich would iudtcato that that cor
poration Is not very dooply Interested
in tho fato of Senator Dietrich, which
It certainly would bo woro ho its pliant
t ml, as claimed by tho Nation
Tho unfriendliness of tho Lincoln
Journal toward Senator Dietrich is
another indication that tho D. A- M.
1UYV rTOJi '
is not fnvornlilu to tho s onator.
Dut whoro is tho crlmo If tho B. A
M. Hhotild uso Its influence, to place
its friends in olllco? It is hv fur tlm
largest property ownor and heaviest'
taxpayer In tlm state. If tho largo
mercantile houses and smaller corpor
ations were taxed in tlm sanio propor
tion to their valno as tlm railroads are,
tlm farmers and small merchants
would bo relieved of a large share of
tlm burden they now bear.
In ontoring tho political Held tho
railroad'is merely protecting its own
brslness interests. Tho Populists aro
unable to realize thnt corporations aro
tnado up of human beings and havo
rights In proportion to tho benefits
they voiifor upon humanity.
The Neftlcctcd Boy.
A prominent priest of Chicago, tho
Rov. Thomas Cox. talking a fow davs
ago on tho relations of a mother to hor
cli hlren, made tho startling statomont
that many womon sa-rlllcod tho com
fort and training of their boys, that
they might add to tho luxuries of thoir
Tho fathor declared that tho daugh
tors woro pampered, whilo tho sous
woro noglocted, and that tho groat
doslro of most modem motlurs was to
soo tho former married, and dovoto
tho wages of tho latter to tho culmina.
tion of hor aims.
This statement soems as if it might
bo rathor a startling ono, but porhaps
thoro ni-iy bo some truth in it.-
Mothors may uot moan to noglo. t
thoir boys, but somohow a clrl comos
jast 11 little nearer to n nmthor's heart.
It may bo that it is bocauso a girl is
more in touch with hor mothor, moro
dfpondont upon hor, aud more pliablo
to counsel, that cho takes moro inter
ost in hor welfare.
Bo that as it may, a boyU vory of ton
left to look after himsolf, while a girl
is watched and tended as tendorly as
This at'itudo of solicitude is some
times very marked, and so much so as
to make little shavers feel that they
are very small potatooi indeed.
A mother will nine times out of ten
not meaning to be unkind indulge
a daughter in a hundred little trifles.
in the way of dress, while tho son gots
along as boat ho can on just what is
fho boy generally takes It all for
granted, and nover even thinks of
complaluing. Hh is so used to playing
second fldd'o that he thinks there is
nothing else for him to do and never
thinks of rebelling.
In a thousand and one little things
the boy is made to feel his nonenity.
If there is company for dinner and
just one spare chair, he must wait
while sister dines iu state.
If an entertainment is on foot and
only pno can go, again sister scores,
and brother is left at homo, but if
sister wants to go some place and
brother does not, then brother is made
to drag along after her, because she
can't go alone
All theso things are supposed to bo
a part of brother's education. He
must bo taught to be polite, srontlo-
manly and thoughtful, and all tho
while those traits are being forced out
of his nature by tho unfair treatment.
simply Lecause ho is a boy
He must give up on every occasion
when a question of "which" is brouffht
up, and it U constantly Impressed up
on him that these lessons are very
salutary and teach him to be manly
and unselfish. AboyoflOis a little
cub, generally speaking, but he has
just as intense feelinn and can suffer
quite as keenly as his Bister, and he is
just as susceptible to kindnoss The
chances are that ho will take kindlv to
loving and potting, and if he is tho
right kind of a lad it won't make a
a "sissy" of him.
Try it, mothers, try it.
Atchison Globe Slants.
Somo people can loaf and look busy
Vou needn't worry about tho people:
there will bo plenty of thorn loft to
When n now proachor succeeds a vory
popu'ar preacher ho can appreciate
tho pnsitiou of a brldo whoos mothor-
Fifty Years the Standard
taprovis th. flavor and adds te
the haalthfutnass of thi food.
MIOI BAKING POWDER OO.
These Kuppenheimcr Overcoats arc real pleasures
a pleasure to buy them. It's a pleasure to sell them.
a pleasure to look at them. It's a pleasure to put one on.
It's the greatest pleasure to wear them. If you haven't tried
a Kuppenheimcr overcoat you haven't really known overcoat
excellence. They cost a trifle more than the no-name cheap
kinds, and about one-half as much as tailor-made. Our
showing of the new fall styles will educate and please you.
If you buy them they'll please you more.
a tiotod cook "and house
Wo once know a man who was mar
riod in a balloon, aud ho wasn't any
happlor afterwards than othor folks.
Considering tho amount spout In
this country on education, somo
mighty poor spoiling passes without
It is about as hard to tell where you
will be thin time noxt year as it Is to
tell what the weather will bo next
A minister's wife after a few years
of experience has no more trouble in
taking the stiffness our of a church
social than a competont cook has in
stirring up a cake.
An Atchison bride had printed on
hei calling cards, "At home Wednes
day afternoons " After six months'
marriage, she 1ms had added: "And
ever? day in the week, and can't get
the work done then."
When a woman can't set into society.
she says she loves h"r home, and
doesn't want in. But every woman
wants to get intd society - Men don't
care about it, but when a woman isn't
invited to a reception sho squirms.
An Atchison widower lately married
a certain woman, aud explained that
his deceased wifn requested it before
she died Thw two woman hated each
other, to our cortoln knowlodgo. It is
so easy to attribute a requost to a
woman after she is dead.
This has boon a notable day to us.
We have found something in a woman's
department of a newspaper that is
really worth knowing. There is no
such a thing as a hang-nail; it is an ag
nail Did you know that? This use
ful bit of information was smothered
in directions for polishing the nails.
The Globe would like to make plain
to its readers the cause of the serious
misunderstanding between the Kansas
and Nebraska unlver-ity football
teams, whi-h has resulted in the fever
ing of nil diplomatic and athletio re
lations; but the trouble is too deep for
any ono around this olllco to compre
hend. J here is only one point plain
in the dillicultv: That is. that it
would be a good plan for tho teams to
sottlo tho dlspnto by getting togothor
and licking o.tch otiior to death.
Real Estate Transfers.
Trnnsfors for week ending Wednoi-
day, Docemlw 2, furnished by J. II
Biiley of Webster Counly Abstract
J.iniis M West to Philip (J Fnsl.
er lots 1 2 and blk n Rotifers
add to Blue Hill wd 1)00
Lincoln Land Co to Koyal It
M-.oro lots 21 to 24 blk 2Kiloy
and Jackson mid to H 0 wd ... 100
Chas H Potter and wife to Koyal
B Moore lots 18 10 and 20 blk
2 Knloy and .lucks mi add to
Chas F Caisnn to Hoy a I B
Moot e all blk 3 same add wd 1.10
Lincoln Laud Co to K B Moore
lot 4 and 0 blk 7 same add wd 20
Geo ti Hollister and wife to K B
Moore lot 13 blk 7 same add wd 10
Piatt & Frees Co to 11 B Mooro
lots 8 and 0 blk 7 snmo add qcd 1
II C Brown and hnsb to K B
Mooro loin 10 blk 7 tamo rfild
JrS'io Arnold to Lorinda Arnold
Mmtgnges tllul $1050.
Mortgages reluas :d $3015,
The Day dfe For Sale
Starts JgMi by 1
Have a OIBfiun
WHITE HOUSE grocers
with your breakfast. It has a flavor that's all
its own you don't get it in any other brand.
It Is told by all rrocerm In I and a-pound cant only.
Packed and Micd by utand guaranteed full weight.
and you will want a warm pair of SHOES.
I have what you wan in either Ladies' or
Men s sizes.
All sizes, extra large or extra small.
is the time to buy your Arctics. I
now a larger stock of
Artie, Rubber Boot; German Socks,
etc., than I ever had before. I make a
specialty of extra large sizes of SHOES
sizes up to ii, 12 and 13.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lumber and Coal,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Red Cloud, . . . Nebraska.
ay, 1 11
Do you know that it will pay VOU us
well as US, to buy your 'utflhltng m"!
toriul and Coal at ouryards? Not only
that our pricos aveiiaoe lowor.or at
least as low, as thoso of our compotit
ors, but BKOACflB wo tuko especial euro
of and protect all can be classed as
REGULAR CUSTOM BUS
PL ATT S
it Kp$ the Feet-Warm and Dry.
Ask todoy for Allen's Fooi-Khbo, a
powder. Iimiicm chiilitn.ua, swollen
sweating, Hiiro nclilne. d turn f(.i. a.
till druggists and shoo store?, 25o. pj
si hi K!
To Cure A Cold In One Day.
Take Luxativo Bromo (iulniuo Tab.
lots. All druggists refund tho money
if it lulls to euro. K. W. Grove's signa
ture is on each box. "ou.
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