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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1904)
BED CLOUD, NKI1HABKA.
rUDLIBIIBD EVBRY PWDAY.
P. C. Piiaiikh, Editor.
Vat year.. 4
Intared at tno pott offlro at Itcd Clond, Nob.M
ootid clan mull matter.
r urnlshcd on application.
TELEPHONE, SEVEN - TWO
Dovolopmonts In tho far eastern war
How doos Al Galushn for socrotaty
of stato strlko youf
Tho Uurkott senatorial boom aooms
to hnvo tnkon nnothor spurt.
Tho selection of ft cluilrmim for tho
iintionnl Hopublicnn commlttoo 1b just
now worrying tho loadors.
OcciisionuUy roports of Kusdnn vic
tories aro Hont out from tho oust, but
they nro Inviirlubly followed by olllclnl
TV) add, to tho muddlod condition of
affairs In tho fur oust, Bulgaria has
begun to hIiow h disposition to worry
ho Turk u llttlo.
The Jnpnnoso luivo accomplished ii
.smooth dlplonuitlo coup by negotia
ting n tronty witli Korea guaranteeing
Iho indopondonco of Unit country if
Japan Hhould bo successful in tho war
Tho Panama canal treaty was rati-
lied by tho United States Sennto Tuos
lny by an overwhelming majority.
Tho Republicans voted solidly for tho
bill, whllo tho democratic voto was
ovonly divided fourteon for and four
tfcon against tho measure
Tho Republican valley ts ontitlod to
ToproHontation on the stato ticket.
JV1 Galushu of this city has announced
his candidacy for tho oillco of sooro
tnry of btato. and unitod effort on tho
pat of tho Republicans of this soo
llon of the state will land him in the
Tho last writton words of Sonator
llauna wero rontulned in n mossngo
from tho dying man to President
Koosovolt, in which ho thankod tho
president for his kindness in calling
on him during his sickness. Tho
xnessogo assurod tho president of the
'writer's friendship and appreciation
of his kindness.
With tho approach of tho timo for
city election, candidates for city of
flees aro becoming alarmingly scarce,
aind fonr Is expressed in some quar
ters that ore election day rolls around
.tho city oillcos will be under the pain
ful necessity of gotting out their drag
nots and going in search of tuon to fill
Aiior me exposure or. his connec
tion with tho postotllco scandal, Porry
S. Honth was repeatedly urgod to re
sign his position as secretary of tho
Republican national committee, but
ho pcrsistontly refused to do so. How
over, tho doath of Senator Hauua,
chairman of tho committee, loft Mr.
Heath without u friond in that body
ami ho relieved tho committee of tho
necessity of "tiring" him by promptly
leudorlng his resignation.
Al Galuiha far Secretary T State.
The Chief takes pleasure this week
in announcing tho candidacy of Mr.
Al Galushn of this city for tho oflke
of secretary of stato, subjoct to tho
action of tho Republican stato con
vention to bo held May 18.
No man in tho stato is bettor quali
fied for tho ofllce, or moro deserving
of honors at tho hands of tho Repub
Mr. Gnlusha has lived in Hod Cloud
for twenty years, and during all thoso
years ho has been closely idontltled
with tho businoss intorosts of tho city.
Ho hns worked unceasingly for the
success of tho Republican party and
Republican principles, without money
or reward, and tho Republicans of
Nobraska will mako no mlstnko if
they honor him with tho nomination
for tho oillco of hocrotary of stato.
It has been many yoars slnco tho
Republican valloy lias been represent
ed on tho Republican state ticket, and
tho timo is ripo for this section of tho
stato to assort its claims to recogni
tion. Mr. Galusha is in tho primo of life,
and possossos exceptional abilities as
n businoss man. Ho has long hold an
onvlablo placo in tho highest Repub
lican councils of tho state, 'and his
nomination to tho ofllce of secretary
of stato would groatly strengthen the
Republican tlckot in this district.
ANNOUNCED IN LINCOLN.
Wodnosday'o Lincoln Dally Star litis
tho following comment on Mr. Gala
"Southwestern Nebraska will fur
nish a candidato for tho Republican
nomination for secrotary of htato in
tho porson of Mr. A. Gnlusha of Red
Cloud. Mr. Gnlusha was in Lincoln
Wednesday and expects to appear in
tho convention not only with strong
local support, but also witli support in
all soctious of tho state.
"Mr. Galusha Is an old resident of
twonty-ilvo years standing in Nobras
ka, having residod twenty years in
Wobstor comity. Though active and
always interested in Republican poll
tics, ho hns never beforo asked for of
llco for himself. Ho has a personal
acquaintance extending all over tho
stato. Ho has been prominently iden
tified with tho A. O. U. W., and is tho
secretary of tho lluanco committcoof
the grand lodgo for tho state.
''Republicans of tho Fifth congres
sional district point out tho fact that
they will have no representation in
tho state olllco-s next January unless
conceded a placo on tho state ticket."
The Stato Journal has tho follow lug
in regard to Mr. Galusha's announce
ment: "A. Galushn of Red Cloud wns in
Lincoln yestorday and whllo horo an
nounced his candidacy for tho position
of secretary of state. Mr. Gnlusha
was montionod by his friends for the
position of clork of tho supremo court
when candidates were being named
for this oillce, but ho nover decided to
be a candidato for that placo. He ex
pects to como to the convention with
strong backing from Webstor county
"Mr. Galusha is prominont in the A.
O. U. W., boing secretary of tho finance
committee of the grand lodge. His
personal acquaintance extends over
the entire state. He has lived in the
state twonty-flvo yoars and has always
been n strong republican."
friends, flckloness and
fondness for cabbage.
It Is nil right for n thin womnn to
road n pnpor at a literary hoclety, on
"tho necessity of broadening out," but
it looks funny in a fat womnn.
An Atchison woman mado her hus
band somo handsome blue silk paja
mas, but tho ungratoful thing refuses
to get sick and lot tho neighbors soe
how ho looks in them
A Now York paper has invontod a
great schonio. When n politician dies
it prints a picturo of Undo Sam weep
ing over his collln. It is said that no
other schemo sells nn equal numbor of
papers to rolativos.
An Atchison woman whoso first bnby
wns two months old wns recontly com
pelled to leave It for a time. Sho sent
for hor niothor For fifty-seven min
utes sho told hor mot hor what to do,
then kissed tho baby good by and was
gone five minutes.
Tho Globo stated yostordoy that ty
phoid fever was a form of malaria.
Tho Atchison doctors say this Is not
true Wo say It Is. Wo may not know
much,but wo know as much as the doc
tors. P S.lsn't tills a pretty good
waytosottlo a controversy!
Mrs Lysandor John Apploton is
very angry. Sho runs over half n
dozon tlmos a dny to use n neighbor's
tolephouo, and somotiuios runs ovor at
night. Sho complains that when sho
beirlns to talk, "nil the folks in tho
houso drop their reading, working,
etc , to liston Sho believes that if
thoy wore bottor mnnnorod, they
would walk out of doors till sho got
IATE WAR NEWS.
OUR OVERCOAT AND
HEAVY WEIGHT SUIT SALE 1
has cleared our tables of a majority of these
goods. Our Pant sale has been a surprise to
us sold more trousers than we expected. Still
have some desirable patterns and exceptional
bargains in these lines, and we will
Corvtinvie the Sale Until the 1st of March
Spring goods are coming every day, and we
need the room. You need the goods. No rea
son why we can't trade.
You will save 20 per cent now, and maybe it
would be a greater saving than that you might
save a doctor's bill by buying a good a good
warm suit or coat.
Beckwithp Wescott 8 Storey
"One price and no monkey business."
Partially Confirmed Report
of Russian Victory.
St. PETEnsnuno, Fob. 20, 2:45 a. m.
A tolegram from Vlcoroy Aloxieif to
tho czar says:
"At n quarter boforo 3 on tho morn
ing of February 24 numerous Jnpn
noso torpedo boats attomptod to at
tack tho bnttleshlp Retvisuiri and to
sink largo steamors loaded with in
flammables. The Retvizan was tho
llrst to observo tho torpodo boats and
opened a strong tiro on them. Sho
wns supported by tho laud batteries.
Sho destroyed two steamers near the
tho outrnuco to tho harbor, which
wero coming directly towards hor.
Tho Rotvizau observed four steamers
in a sinking condition and eight tor
podo boats departing slowly to join
tho waiting Japaueso warships. A
portion of tho crews of tho Japaueso
vessels woro drowned. Tho grounded
steamer is still burning. Tho enemy
is observed In tho otllng of Port Ar
thur in two linos.
"Tho Jnpnnoso crews snved them
selves in boats, nud it is possible tiiat
somo of them woro picked up by tho
onomy in torpodo boats.
"Tho outranco of the harbor is open.
I attribute tho complete dorangoment
of tho enemy's plan to tho brilliant
action and destructive Are of the Ret
vizan. Wo had no loss."
It seems that the Japs woro attempt
ing to emulate Hobson's fent at Santi
ago, by attempting to sink several ves
sels laden with stone at the mouth of
harbor of Port Arthur, thereby shut
ting off tho escupo of tho Russinn
Tho Retvizan is nn American built
vessel nud is ouo of tho ships report d
to hnvo boon crippled by tho Japunoso
in tho buttlo of February 14.
Keep This Always Before You
$100 Buggy Given Away S
WHEN IN NEED OF . S
Salt pork is a famous old
The Chief tnkes pleasure In an
nouncing thnt Bomoono of its sub
scribers will in tho near future bo pre
sented with n 8100 buggy. Wo hnvo
dotermiuod to increase our subscrip
tion list, nnd at the same timo olfer an
Inducement to old subscribers to pay
up. Horo is tho plan:
For every dollar paid on subscrip
tion, by olthor now or old subscribers,
tho porson pnylug tho same will bo
entitled to four guoses on tho total
numbor of admissions to tho World's
fnlr nt St. Louis ou opening dny, April
30, 1004. Tho porson making tho noar-1
ost correct guess will bo presented
with n haudsomo 1100 buggy, nbso-
lutoly froo Tho buggy will bo on ex
hibition ut Peterson's imploment
To eunblo subscribers to form nn
estimate on tho probable attendance,
we givo tho following figures on pro-
of every description, don't forget the new feed store.
Prices Satisfactory S Deliveries Quick S
H. J. CLARK,
Phone 51. Red Cloud. Neb.
vious similar events:
remedy for,' COn- Number of ndmlsslons on open
" Fit nlentv" of I in dny t Philndelphln Con-
tenninl, 187C 180.G72
pork," Was the advice to the u openlngof the World's Polr,
Give nature three helps, and
nearly every case of con
sumption will recover. Fresh
air, most Important of all.
Nourishing food comes next.
Then, a medicine to control
the cough and heal the lungs.
Ask any good doctor.
I flnt ntwl Ayar'i Cherry J'ectorl U ymn
ajro. I tiie tsen lrrlhli cmi of lung dl-
curnl bjr It. 1 urn never without It."
AU) m r U. Hamilton, Mitletu, Ohio.
Me..Me., V1.M. J. c. Aran co
All drult. for l-"wH Mll.
Atchbm 6Ube Sl.hts.
Do you want all the sympathy, or
aro you willing to divide?
When you find a now friond, do you
neglect old ones just ns good?
Tho trouble with an Atchison man
seems to bo thnt ho is a poor oxpluiuer.
After a man passos llfty, ho begins
to wondor whether fnlbo tootli nro nuy
It tnkos n mighty nttrnctivo womnn
to mako a good nppenrnnco whou sho
Salt pork is good if a man
r--i1 1 '
can stomacn it. ine iaea
behind it is that fat is 'the
food the consumptive needs
Chicago, 1893 137,557
At dedication dny of St. Louis
World's Fnlr, April 30, 1903. . .103,337
The Day lifc
Real Estate Transfers.
Transfers for week ending Wednes
day, February 21, furnished by J H
Btiloy of Webster County Abstract
Lincoln Land Co to James M
Lnckhart lot 1 blk G add to
em method of feeding fat to Btaden wd noo
t) . tn-l. : '" Androw P Johnson to Rudolf
UlU t-uu-uiiipuyc. i ui u is iuu - Stoot 8vv4 20 3.u W(,
rough for sensitive stomachs. iirmun Grogen to Win a Kioit
Scott's Emulsion is the most ' ,0 1 2 "'1 3 ,,lk B HI,wd
rice I, 11 StuiLpenhoMt to Clntis Itosn
refined of fats, especially lol r, l)lk l0 u.isemont wd
Drcoarcd for caSV digestion. J.inna Koso nnd husb to Elizv
I l.ll. t? ...... nnHlwlfdf 1lt 1 111 r
Feeding him fat in this OUosomonlwa
one Lolieves it.
Health demands dully action of the
toowel. Aid naturo with Ayer's Pills.
They nro tolling of a caso in town way, which is often the only
whero sympathy lasted a week, but no wnv ;,, 1-inlf the hitt1e hut
Scott's Emulsion does more
Wo don't bellovo in mnd dogs in than that. There IS some
summer, nnd you bet you enn't fool us .u: Allt .U- ..K:.,.,:.,
on mnd dogs In winter. , thing aboUt thc combination
I of cod liver oil and hypophos-
Whon you pay your subscription to phiteS in Scott's Emulsion
a paper a year iu advance, It seems to t t yc t tj.e
run out in six or seven months. tnat puts new 11IC into tnc
weak parts and has a special
Wo win admit that wo would rather action on the diseased lungs.
llvo whore they rubbor at Hooks of
wild geoso than at twelve-story build- lcv.-g1 A sample will be
ings. gg-(ijfc sent free upon request.
lit turc that this picture la
tha form cl a label is on the
wrapper cl every LoItU oi
Kmultlon you buy.
and pootlo. IHViS 409 Pearl St., N. Y.
about false bbsbbbVbbbsbI soc and Ii; all druggist.
Mb, COFFEE i"
with your breakfast. It has a flavor that's all
its own you don't get it in any other brand.
It la sold by all grocers in I and 3-pound cans only.
Packed and sealed by us and guaranteed full weight.
DWINELL-WEIGHT CO., Boston.
It is a wondor that it is not doraand
od of tho mou thnt thoy put up now
monuments for thoir wives ovory time
tho stylo changos.
1 When a girl Is slxtoon
sho says u grent doal
A O Hon nnd wife to John 1)
Store v n w4 24 M0 wd
John H Greenhnlgh nnd wife to
I John D Storey nw4 24 2 10 qcd
Dtniel Young to C Manspeakor
lot 27 30 and 37 Putmans add
LuovE Finncisand husb to Al-
bert Nerkei oon sw4 20 3 10 wd
Jnu U Grronhnlgh nnd wife to
, F K Billingion lots 8 and 0 blk
7 Cowles wd 135
L (i Bird nnd to John P Siebrasa
; n3m4204 10 wd. 1000
Adnlph l.indBtrom and wife to
Emily E Davis sw4 32-2 10 wd 2980
S ntfiif Nob toDeliab Scott se4
S32-10 deed 1120
Simon B Walker and wifo to
Chris Columbia nso4 14 1 0 wd 2100
YOU CANT AM HIM OUT OF LT !
Mortgngcs filed $8800.
Mortgagos released J410O.
bo ii i r erai rrnx.
1 I l i
I i bL
J li M
He knows that he can get more
for his MONEY at
than at any other place. I have
made a large purchase of buggies
and will make you some good prices.
DROP IN AND SE ME.
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