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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1904)
When the nerves are weak
everything Roes wrong. You
are tired all the time, easily
discouraged, nervous, and
irritable. Your cheeks are
pale and your blood is thin.
Your doctor says you are
'threatened with a nervous
breakdown. He orders this
grand old family medicine.
"Fur nmrp limn JOyiMM t lnvi imM Ayrr'n
flur.npirlll i In my f.itnlljr. It U n untnil IjiiiIo
tho boys will bo only too glad to glvo
him tho honor Hardy Hornld.
Wo regrot tho cntnuico of Ed Wll
cox of Rod Willow county Into tho
rneo for secretary of stato. having
hoped that this part of tho stato would
i ho solid for Al Ctiihisha of this city.
I and ono delegate ut largo for each
' precinct. Said apportionment entitles
1 tho Hovornl preeints to tho following
representation in (mid convention.
Doaver ( 'reek "
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iPii'iisaiit'iiui!!'.!!.".!!.'!!!!!!.'!"...." Mr W,I,,,)X iHil1 ,!Vur-v way wo,t,,y r
I Kim tiook (!j the noininatlon, hut Mr. Gnlushii was
Potsdam '7 i 111 ho race llrst, with a good clianeo of
Rid Cloud twn 10
at all llmm, ninl a wnhitirf nl mnllrliw fur lin
iurc I1I001I '- I). C. Holt, Wi'nt llnfi, ('nun
III 0 n Imllln
.1 I' AVRIH'O.,
I All ilnnffll tgtm ImillLhll
Kuop tho taowclH regular with Avar's
hiiib. iubi ono phi oncn rrniiu.
liKI) 0I.OUI), NKllllAHKA.
FUULISIIKI) BVBKV FRIDAY.
1. C. I'iiakks, Editor.
One jor lino
Bntcrcd l tne pout offlce t Hcd Cloud. Nob.ti
Walnut Creek '
Hod Cloud 1st Ward 10
Rod Cloud 'Jinl Wu d 11
It is recommended that no proxies
, he allowed In said convention. hut that
the delegates present theieat lie
authorized to cast the full vote of the
precinct ('presented hy them.
It Is also recommended that tho
delegates piesont from the Third com
missioner distiict, namely, Line, Wal
nut Clock, Inavalo, Catheiton and
Harmony precints and from tho Fifth
commissioner distiict namely, (iar
llohl, (Soldo Rock, and Heaver Creek,
place in nomination one candidate for
county commissioner from each of the
Tho county committee lecommend
that delegates to the county conven
tiou lie selected with a vlow to favor
ing the nomination of a U.S. Senator
hy tho state convention, and that they
express their choice of a candidate for
U. S. Senator from this stato.
L. II. Foht, Chairman
John W.Tijllkvs, Secretary.
F nrnlalicd 011 Application.
TELEPHONE, SEVEN - TWO
winniii',' and Mr. Wilcox's candidacy
will only seivo to divide the strength
of tho Fifth district botweon two
wot thy candidates, cither of whom
would do honor to tho position. How
ever, Mr. tlaluslia Is loeotving many
assurances ot support from the west
ern pint of this district. and when tho
convention melts in May ho will have
tho siippoit of a largo majority of the
delegates I nun "oiithwest Nebraska
The appointment ol Judge Baxter
of Omaha to succeed District Attorney I
Summers loaves Harry Lindsay out in '
the cold There is one appointment
lonialning which Mr Lindsay could
accept without cheapening himself
t lint of clerk of the supremo court.
Chairman Lindsay lias worked hard
for tho tho success of tho Republican
party, and tho justices of tho supremo
court could bestow the honor of its
clerkship on no more deserving per
son. Wo aro adherents of the axiom
"To tho victors belong tho spoils,1
and, in our judgement, Chairman
Lindsay has contributed largely to tho
success of tho Republican party in
this stato and is dosorving of some
thing better than tho thanks of thoso
whom ho has placed in 1 illco.
And if it keeps on we'll raise a crop again. Our crop
of RAINY DAY GOODS has been up for some time.
dry" clothing, you better
and all kinds of "keep me
"rubber" around here some.
We have got "all kind:" ol "wet goods" and if
you will not be like the Arkansaw man, we'll be glad to "show" you. Ready to fix
you up for that Spring Suit and Hat. And say, have you seen our line of SHOES?
Better look these things up.
Beckwith, Wescott 8 Storey
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS.
Good day, Mayor Ross.
I hereby announce that I am a cand
idate for tho olllco of county a ttoruey,
subject to the notion of the Republi
can voters of Webstor coilnty
A. B. Hitch ky.
To tic Electors of Webster County.
I take this method of announcing
that, after a systematic, canvass of tho
county In tho interest of my candi
dacy for tho nomination for tho olllco
of county attorney at the ensuing
Republican county convention, 1 feel
reasonably sure of such noiniintion.
As most of you aro awaro. this Is tho
first time, aftera residence of i!0 yours
iu tho count', that I have asked for
anything 'I lie Republican party owes
1110 nothing. I owo tho party every
thing. I trust that, if successful in
tho convention, and at tho polls, I
may prove myself worthy of tho con
tldenceof you all. Sincerely yours,
John M. Ciiakfin.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
The Republican electois of Webster
County, Nebraska, are heioby called
to meet in county convention at tho
court house in tho city of Red Cloud,
at 11 a. in., on Friday, April 'J-.', 11)01,
for the transaction of tho following
business, to wit:
Tho nomination of. one candidate
for county attorney.
Kopro-iimtilivo for tho llth repre
And III delegates to the Republican
state convention to beheld ai Lincoln,
Nebraska, on Wednesday, May IS, 11HM,
tit '1 o'clock in the afternoon.
Thirteen delegates to t lie Tit h district
congressional convention, to bo held
ut Hastings, May 12, IDOL
Thirteen delegates to tho senatorial
convention of tho -(ith senatorial dis
trict. And l.'l delegates to tho representa
tive convention of tho lltth (Moat) re
And for tho transaction of such
other business as may come hofoio
Red Cloud will have u
(illustration this year.
The oppositioii to tho Republican
city ticket developed very little
Do you realize that tho county con
vention is but two wooks away? April
'11 is tho date.
Now let us send a delegation to
Lincoln that will work and talk Gain
sha into tho nomination for secretary
At tho meeting of tho county central
committee Wednosday afternoon tho
iiiinio of W. P. Hall was unanimously
endorsed as u candidate for president
ial doctor from this congressional (lis
trict. Mr. Hall lias 'ul ways been an
enthusiastic, hard working republican
and has fought hard and well for re
publican success in past years. Wo
navo Known flir. Hall tor twolvo years
and have never known him to falter
in his advocacy of republicanism and
wo feel that ho deserves greater recog
sonal Inspection by tho commissioner
and by examining his books, of finding
where connections with tho city water
mains have been made.
Tho council should also require that
all meters bo located at tho curb aud
not, as at present, at any place whero
tho property owner limy chooso to
placo thorn. In this way leaks could bo
readily located. Tho necessity for this
is easily illustrated. On tho property
where County Clerk Garbor formerly
resided tho pipe broko in two, causing
a leak of 800 gallons a day, yet no
water appeared on tho Mirfaco. Had
the muter been located at tho hydrant
instead of at tho curb tho leak would
have remained undiscovered for an in
Should tho now council succeed in
making tho water works self-sustain
ing it will have accomplished ono of
tho most bonotlcial tilings that could
happen to tho city. Thero is no good
I R.ead This Carefully
nitiou than this honor for what he has
done for tho party. Phelps county reason why tho plant should not only
K. Hunter has announced his candi
dacy for tho nomination for statu sen
a tor. The light warms up in tins
corner of tho county. Rlverton Re-velw.
Tho nomination of a senator by tho
Republican state convention is u fore
gone conclusion. It is also certain
that tho nomination will go to Hon
Hlnier J. liurkett, member of congress
from the First Nebraska district. Mr.
Burkett has a clean record in tho low
or house, and the Republicans of tho
stato will see that ho is elevated to the
highest honor in tho gilt of t lie people
has during tho past eight years made
great strides in republicanism and wo
feel it is no more than right that it bo
given ono repiesentivo in tho list of
presidential electors for Nebraska.
We believe that tho pooplo of other
counties concede tills point for we un
derstand that Mr. Hall has received a
number of letters from prominent re
publicans in thodilfereut counties in
tills congressional district favoring
his candidacy for tho position.- Hold
be self-sustaining, but pay u profit to
tho city as well
J. B. Metirew's candidacy for stato
senator fiom this distiict is being ac
cepted very favorably by the voteis.
Mr. Mcfi row's wide acquaintance and
varied interests mo as those of the
people. He has been an ardent tepub
lican worker in Franklin county for
iiiiiii) . ours and it is lit ting t tint lie be
rewarded, as this is the llrst olllco lie
has ever asked from the people. Riv
Kugeno Hunter of Rlverton has do
cided to become a candidate for sena
tor from his district Mr Hunter L
an old settlor in this county aud
stands very nigh anioung our citizens.
A few years ago lie made tho race for
legislatuie in this county and only
lacked a very few votes of being elec
ted, and if lie receives the nomination
he will bo g ad to work for Ids elec
tion. Blooiningt on Advocate.
The Water Works Question.
Fneh succeeding council for years
past lias had to grapple with the ques
tion of how to make tho city wuter
woiks a self-sustaining institution.
Previous to 11)32 a Hat rate was
charged; then an ordinance was
passed icquiring all u-ersot city water
to put in meteis. It was hoped by this
means to greatly inci ease the income
from the water works, which has
proved to lie tiio case. The amount
collected from private parties is much
smaller than formetly, while the larger
users of water, such as the B. A M pay
much more titan under the Hat rate.
The B. AM. has for more than a
year been paying from 875 to $M per
month, and that at the low rate of S
cents per thousand gallons, while un
der the old rate they paid but 50 per
mouth a part of the time aud for a
long time paid nothing.
Tiio meter system has also had tho
elfect of cutting down tho amount of
water wasted, effecting auotlior saving
to the city.
One of the llrst things that should
bo done is the laying of a direct lino of
Wheat is growing rapidly sinco the
Rev. Reese will preach at school
house No. .'! once in two weeks.
Mr. Faralitim has been marketing a
tine lot of hogs this week.
Frank Blaukenhaker is building a
large hog loi with the assistance of Kd
Fay Arnoson hn.9 been enlarging Ids
Mr Wuthoii and family took din
ner at Tom Jones' S indiiy.
Mr. anilM-s. (!uy Ttuiimnt visited
with Mrs. John Sutton Sunday
Mrs. Sadie lloldrego and daughter
Dully were uniting obi tiionds on
Walnut last week.
I am making lots of Farm Loans.
There are reasons for this. I can close a
loan for you in three days after taking your
application, for these reasons:
You do not have to wait and pay for a
man to examine the land. My company has
oceans of money. You do not wait for them
to sell your loan in New York or London
before getting the cash.
You can Pay Off at Any Time,
without giving a day's notice of your inten
tion so to do. All other companies require
from 30 to 60 days notice on this point.
I have so many different plans for making
loans that some one is bound to suit. No
one can give better rates.
J. H. BAILEY, Red Cloud.
I Don't forget our free buggy ofler.
I No one in any way connect mI with the
I office will bo allowed to compete for
Light harness at Joo Fogel's.
Infants' albwool whito ahlit, CCc.
Try Ward Hayes for a first class
shave or hair-cut.
If ou want the bust and cheapest
htirness, go to Fogel's.
Furnished Rooms for Rent Inquire
of Mis. J. A. Tulloys.
Jewelers & Opticians
:-; 'i .' '; '. Me '..
The basis nf representation of tho
hoveral precincts in said convention congressional com cut inn
shall bo tho vote cast for Hon. John B. ' trict for delegate to tho
llnfii.tu fur Imlirii ,if tlm Kiuii'itini. I li'it tmi'il piiiivi. tit inn. dill
court, at the general elect ion held on a faculty of getting a flattering
November .'1, ItU't, giving ono delegate . port at homo and is justly popula
Moranvillo's Perfection Hair Tonic
pipe from the pumping station to the for sale at Scliatl ait's barber shop.
U W. Knley of Webster county will stand-pipe, which would elfect a big o01"" '"'' "' ,lmt Tuum
bo 11 caiiiliilato bofote the rctmblioim savhii? in t ho eneiisn nf tiiiiniiiinr ninl H II iettll lit K. NowhollS'iV, at
of his dis- wear on t lie machinery, which but for J''"".
Republican' tho euro lavished on it by Kngiuoor Now is the time to take a tpriiiR
hational convention. Col Knley has Sellars would have broken down long' tonic to nuiify the blood, cloanso ho
sup- ago. liver and kidneys of all impurities.
ar in 1 A plat ot tiio mains and connections Hollister's Rocky .Mountain tea will do
fraction tho district where ho has houn promi- should also bo made. t the present tin1 business (15 cents. Tea or tablets.
for each 10 votes or major
thereof so cast forsaidJohu B Barnes I ueut so long and we aro of tho opinion time there is no means, except by per- (J. L Cotting,
TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lumber and Coal.
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Red Cloud, - - . Nebraska.
T EEL'S INSURANCE AGENCY
Fire9 Lightning, Tornado, Cyclones and Windstorms.
I represent two of the
best companies doing
business In Nebraska:
The German Insurance Company of Freeport, III..
The Farmers9 Mutual Insurance Company ??;,
Have more than NINE HUNDRED POLICIES in force in Webster county. Don't you realize it pays to be in the same
company with all your neighbors? Look up your policy today and let me know when it expires.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
O. C. TBBL,
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