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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1904)
UUUMIWH WIIBII IIHH HI
Don't try cheap cough medi
cines. Get the best, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. What a
record it has, sixty years of
cures! Ask your doctor if
he doesn't use it for. coughs,
colds, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung troubles.
" Ilmvo fnntul Hint Ayer'n Cherry I'ortoriil
in tlm hiMt nipillrliin I on prntcrllio for liron
cliitll, liiftii.tii,rinieli, nml Imnl rolili."
M. I.ODRMAM, M.P., Itlurn. N. Y.
riding of wild bronoboH Is certainly
imi"li more dnngeintiH than tha. of
thtiHc which b -unlit lily broken. It i
a pour p lic.y to wult till wine ono tins
been crippled (or life and then put u
stop to stioli rocklot" work. Bettor Ho
Correct any tondoncy to constipa
tion with smnll donos of Ayor's Pills.
HED CLOUD, NEIlllASKA.
TUDL1SIIEI) HVRHY FRIDAY.
ClsoiHiR Newiioisk, F.dltor.
Anna TuLt.r.YS, AHNibtnnt IMitor.
Sne year .. II ou
U month &n
iDtorcd t too poil omco at lied Cloud, Nob.ai
soond clan mall matter.
"ffiirnlnlicil on application.
'TELEPHONE, SEVEN - TWO
rioii for tho twenty sixth senatorial
-district of Nebraska, comprising the
counties of Franklin, Webster mill
Nuckolls, will bo hold in tho court
diouso in tho city of Bloomington,
commencing nt 10 o'clock u in. Aiitf-,
Aist, 25, l(K)t, in which convention
'Fnmklln county Is entitled to 11 vote".,
Webster 111, Nuckolls 111
It Is recommended that no proxies
bo admitted, and that those delegates
present from tho several counties be
aitithorlzod to cast tho full vote of
.their respective counties.
W. 1 Buck, J. W. Kklfkh,
t Secretary, Chairman.
" a m
Who has done the most toward tho
ibreaking of trustH 1 The Republicans.
Tho cat and tho porcupine have ono
tralt in common with man. Doth,
wlion angered, "got their backs up".
A paniplot just Issued by tho depart,
.niout of Commerco and Labur shows
that tho wages of tho laborers of tbo
country hnvo Increased more than tho
jrlco of commodities.
When tho groat coal strlko was on a
.year ago tho domocrats declared that
tho Hmall duty on authraclto coal was
.'to blamo for It all and now it Is tho
duty on llvo slock which is to blamo
tor tho packing house strlko.
It Is announced that a member of a
-well known mnil order house of Cliiea--30
will build a JIWO.000 home. The
itomo moi chant refused to advertise,
Unit tho iuhII order merehnnt spent
.rthousands of dollais thus. That's whj '
Nebraska Is Republican.
'I havo road several published
statements," said n member of tho
Republican State Central committee
yostorday," and havo lionul It oftoti
Httld that tho legislature will ! close
this year and the republicans may fall
to havo 11 major! y. I havo been look
lug Into tho matter and havo gathered
together some llguro that ought to
settle it As a conseiuenco I predict
that tho republicans will have over MX)
members of t'10 next legMatuio.
"There 1 rj l!UI members or tho legis
lature. In the last, legislature there
woto 105 iepubllcans and 28 fuslonlsts,
a republican majority of 77. Seventy
six of tho lepubllcau members had
majorities of over i!iH) votes. Only 8
of the 'J8 fusion members had majori
ties of over 'Ml Of tho '!! republicans
elected by less than 200 majority each,
tbo itverauo majority was 111. while '20
fuslonlsts were elected by an average
majoiity of 00 each.
"The republican majorities of til
'2H that woto elected by less than '200
votes were as follow s: !t, 10, II, Tt'.), "?,
0:i, 70, S I, IH), !'.,., 107, 100, 110,110. 1'20,
1'27, 111, ll'2, in, 111,110, ino, 171, 180,
181, 108, 108. On the other hand, the
majorities of tho '20 ftisionists elected
by less than 2i votes tiro us follows
2, 0, 1 1, 1 1, 15, '20, '2.., ','0, :r, 1 1, r.;i, Vi, 01 ,
7:i,0:i,li0, 111, l.'ll.llO mid 183.
"A glance at tho llgtues reveals
some peculiar facts. Tho republicans
had 85 members elected by majorities
of over 100 votes, while tho fuslonlsts
elected only 1'2 members by over 100
majority. It shows also that there are
a good many more close districts in
tho Fusion toluinn than theio are in
the Republican column and they me
very nnioh closer t'ltin the so-called
close Republican districts
"It bin been frequently stated that
a few votes proporlv distributed would
change tho complexion of tho Legisla
ture. The facts are, as tho llgures
show, that if every ono of tho '20 dis
tricts that tliu Republicans carried by
ess than "200 majority, were added to
the ','8 Ftisionists, It would give them
57 votes tunl leave tho republicans 70,
a major! y of 10. Ou the other hand
it Is also a fact that a change of lo-.s
than '2,000 votes in tho Suite properly
distributed would wlpo out ever)
Fusion member of tho Legislature
Of tho sixteerr fusion districts which
olected their members of tho Legisla
turo by majorities of loss that 100
each, marry will undoubtedly go Re
publican this year. Tho records show
tint if all tho districts which tho
Fuslonlsts carried ut the last election,
either for tho Legislature, or for Con
gressman, or on Supromo Judge Inst
year, were to go Fusionist at tho rroxt
election, and Douglas County should
go solidly for fusion, the Republican
would still havo u good working
majority of tho Legislature. It will bo
so rr that nothing but 11 landslide can
prevent tho rrext Leglslaturo being
R publican, and nothing indicates
that Judge Parker will cause such a
result in as staunch a Roosevolt stato
as Nebraska" State Journal.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
The democrat o proposition to "ro--vise
tho tarlir" reminds us of a simlliar
-ono made irr 180'2 and which was tic
ooptod. Tho lecollectlon of which Is
Every Kurnpcan nation that is itch
ihrg for an opportunity to htowbent
;Soulh American icpublies ami fotto
excuses for acquiring foothold on tin
"Continent agrees with the Demociatie
leaders tint Pioshlont Roosevelt a' d
-his "aggiessivo foreign pcliej" aie unsafe.
Something should be done to stop
'tho breaking of buries on the stneti
beforo some ono is badly hurt. This
city h s an ordinance puihibiting fast
drivinu " ' l''l"t "" ''"' s"'""t nt'd the
Items of News Found in The
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
15 c MEAL
IN THE CITY
Old Postotttcm Building,
Rev. Todd and wife havo gone to
Teachers institute will close Friday
Thoro was a picnic of young folks at
the mill, Thursday.
Tho Gardner House will hereafter
run a ftoe bus to the depot.
There was a surprise party on Will
Etnigh, last Tuesday night,
F. A. Durrlo and wife havo roturned
from their trip to Wisconsin.
Cyrone Cotnuiaudery, K ights Tem
plar havo now about twenty uniform!-.
Tho liaptist church of this city havo
wisely engaged tho Rev. Urown lis
C. A. Stocking the well known car
penter of this city has gone to Corning,
Now Yot k, for a visit.
Mr. W. H. Cook has opened a lunch
room In Roby's old stand and has fitted
thing up in good shape.
I. A. Morse, Win Morso and families
of Clint, it, Illino s, arrived, Wodnos
day, by prairlo schooner.
David Zoiwekh of Valparaiso, hid
lann, a relative of countv treasurer
Uusohow, Is in tho city and will tako
tho position of doputy county tronsur-
. Ou Aug., Hid, nt tho rosldonco of tho
brldos parents, ou O k Crook, in Web
stor county Levi II. Magnor was mar-
' rled to Miss Mary L Taylor; Rev. J. G.
Mar in tied tho connubial knot.
order to mako a tolopnone exchango a
success horo he sajs It will be neccoss
ary to havo toll linos to Rlverton
Inavale, Outdo Rock, Ultto Hill, Wells
and Hasting. (And uow there tiro
tolopbones all over the county.) Ed
On last Saturday a Chief reporter in
company with Dr.Mosenn vlsitod W. II.
Delano , tho prairie hermit, as lie
is called. On arriving they found his
den almost surrounded by suntlowers
and n scene such as words aro iuode
quato to describe. Tho nly eatables
visible w 010 a few potatoes and some
hit! ripo watermelons and on the-o or
n simlliar diet he has existed for
mouths. lie is a religious crank and
has a very bad 0110 of aourvy but ro
fues to receive mod leal attendance
He believes himself to bo alllicted for
original slu ns Jon was only Job had!
bolls and he has wo ins Tho county '
authorities are about to put him in a
place who o he will bo taken emu of.
At a regular meeting of tho I.O O. F.
last Tuesday night the following ofllco
ers were Installed for tho ensuing
IWV.C.T. O. II. Maryatt
W.C T. W.Teagardoti
W V. T. Laura McBtido
Chaplin, Rev. C B. Lenfost
W. S. Rett Brewer
W. A. 8. Miss Monson
W. F. S Ch uley Dow
W. S. Mrs. G. W. Dow
W. M. Mrs. I'll ton
W. D. M. Rossi- Walker
W. I.S. Jessie Wart en
W. O. G. Will Seeley
The lodge meeting has been changed
to Tuesday night and tho place of
meeting to the Congregational chtrch.
At a meeting of tho deinoctatio cen
tral committee, heldat the courthouse,
August 0 the following weio elected as
an executive committee: A. S .Marsh,
Red Cloti'l; Nelson tone, Guide Rock;
Frank Bushovv, Mine Hill; Allan Ayers,
Inavale; Francis Btoueltte, Wheatland;
O. C. Case, Red Cloud; F C.Crawford,
Tho delegates to tho stato conven
tion weie; R. S. L'rotidllt, Guide Rock;
A. S. Marsh, Red Cloud; Al an Ayers,
Inavale; C. Keiihn, Line and Barney
Congressional delegates: Gto. Van
Woort, Guide Rock; Allied McCall,
Walnut Creek; Win II Hooftnan,
Well; Clarence Wilson, Inavale; R. B.
Thompson, Stillwater; Adam Walker.
Delegates to tho Judicial Conven
tion: T. J. Ward, Cowles; John Boesch,
Elm Creek; I Jr. John Elliott, Red
Delegates to tho Senatorial convou
tion: Jas. Ornsborger, Guide Rock;
A H. Spracher, Stillwater; Joseph La
port, Whoatlaud; J. L, Minor aud J. V.
Walters, Red Cloud.
Lino: Mary McKinuoy closed
school last Friday, in district number
0, with a picnic . . .O. Wickwire got his
baud hurt iu tho fan, 011 the threshing
Cowles: On Monday, Miss Clara
Mullock had her arm brokott by a fallr
Dr Schonck reduced tho fracture....
Thoro will bo a Sunday school picnic
iu Waller's grovo, Wednesday.
South Side: Undo P. tor Marsden
has his largo barn cotnpletoil, Sylvester
Day aud Mr Sutton did tho carpenter
work .... Rov. G W. Hummel preached
at 11 o'clock aud Rev. Lenfost iu tho
afternoon ut tho basket meeting, last
Garfield J. II. Hull is building a
mammoth barn . . . . Jeff Beauchamp say
ho is building a barn but it has 11 stove
pipe through tho roof .... Warren Kent
is building a house on his farm . . Mr
Fisk has tho cheese factory running
at Hickspostolllco....W. S. P. Fox is
able to get ottt again aud wo hoar that
Mlso Ratio Fox is quite sick.
Inavale: The McCiary boys havo
gone oast to spend the winter . .Mr
Hiiltiliuo mid family havo gone to
Republic county, Kansas .. Mr. Bean
of Ohio, is vl iting hero.. Teero was
a dance at A. C Saufords Tuesday
evenrng .. Hugh Stevenson has re
turned from tho east.... Judge (Jnslin
was looking after political matters
hero Sunday eve.
Don't Get Hot.
Buy your cool clothes here and you will be cool and
have "MONEY to BURN," next winter.
Men's and Boy's Suits at
20 per Discount.,
Lots of Good Dress Shirts at Small Prices.
Straw Hats for Dresswear 10c to 75c.
PAUL STOREY, The Clothier.
To the Public
Having purchased Chas.
Wadell s meat market, wo
extend to you a hearty iu
vitatiou vilt us and become
better acquainted and also,
when looking for good llrst
class moat, wo ask you to
give us a trial.
Wo aro satislled we can
wo can please you.
Yours for business,
FEIS & SEARS
B. P. MIZER, D. J. MYERS, A. B. SELLARS,
President, Vice President, Sec. and Treas.
IF YOU WANT TO
BUY, SELL, OR EX
or CITY PROPERTY
! or Make a Loan
most of his spare lituo aud a huge
share of hh income on birds and hip
lleas. Only last August ho offered a
reward of 5000 for a pet feet specimen
of the ilea which makes life intoioUing
for tho arctic fox. So far as known,
however, that particular Ilea is still at
The very best matorinl for9ide-walks
is Colorado Red Sindstone. Reduced
prices for 90 days. Overing Bros. &JCo
Protection our Proper Permanent
is the title of the lerent sroecli of
CongiesHinan McCleiiry, of Minnesota,
which has just been published by the
American Piotectivo Taint! League
One copy free to every applicant.
Send postal card n quest for free copy
of document No. 83. Addnsi W. F.
Wakoman, Secretaiy, 830 Broadway,
Now York, N. V.
$5000 For a Flea.
That enterprising nobleman, Baron
Alfred do Hothschl'd, for some time
has possessed, at his country plnco in
Buckinghamshire, a lit o department of
his owu whoso tquipmont has excited
th envy of hN weslthy neighbors.
It U no wiiinlfrtliMt the bntpti bought
tin l'si he 'oti'd, for besid,sth'' psbo
in w tlch bo live, I o Iihs to protect tni
greatest piivato inivtto natural history
'olli'i'iinii in tie world, which is th
micclid hobbv f hW only son, W.ilter
A few years ago tho city council
passed an ordinance assessing the in
surance companies, who wished to
transact business in Red Cloud, So per
annum. The money so collected was
(aid to tho tiro department and has
been used by them in improving and
purchasing new material for lighting
liro. Last year the department pur
chistd 500 feet of new hose, costing
270. Tula exponso has here-to-for had
to come out of tho general fund of tho
oily. Below wo give a list of tho in
surance companies which have paid
their assesstnedt for tho year ending
Miy 1, l!)0." and recommend that when
taking out insurance you tako it in
some ono of these companies as by so
doing you ate helping him who helps
State of Nohr. In. C.,
North British Mercantile,
Traders Kite Ins. Co.
R. B. Fulton, Agt.
St. Paul r Ire Ins. Co.
J S. White,
Niagara Firo Ins. Co.
1) II Ivaley, '
Springfield Fire Ins Co.
Ch s. Kaloy, "
British American Co.
Pnoonix Asso. Co.
Tiie Gonnati Ins. Co.
O. O. Tool, "
Union Firo ins. Co.
J. Stanser, "
Aetna Fire Ins. Co.
0. F. Cathei, '
Columbia Firo Ins. Co.
Win. Auld, "
Central Mutual Fire ins. Co.
A. T. Walker, "
Farmors & Merchants Ins, Co.
K U. Overman, "
J. It. Mercer, "
North American Ins.
Royal Ins. Co.
American Ins. Co.
1. It. Fort, "
D0NT FAIL 10 SEE IS.
We will make you a
Low Rate Optional Loan,
interest collectable at
your home bank. Money
furnished as soon as the
Title is Perfect. We also
THE HED GLOUD I4VEST(DEHT GO.
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The DIFFERENT STORE.
This is a different store
name some of them.
for many reasons. I'll
Maunngor Drako of tho Nebraska' Although ihr hardly is an animal
Telephoned). wr,a In tho oity Friday ' above or bellow tho ninth which Wnb
looklug over tho Held iu regard to tor Rothschild has no specimen, tho
locatlug a telephone exobuugo. I, member of parliament conceutrattn
1UIKUMATI3M CUUEU IN A DAY.
My'tlu Cure for Ittienmttlain ul Neuralgia
raillcittlr cure In I in -ldui(. Iu aciloa upon
the Bjfiiem U renmrlJie hikI ntyhterluiH, It
remuvni at oitL'O tbd UAUau itnl tlie tlleuo Ini
mediately (HiHiif". Tlio first duo Krcmljr
banetltH. 7S ceniH mv 11,00. Sold b; II, K.
Or.ue, UtuKim. Itwl fluml.
I novor soil regular goods below cost. I do not claim each week
that prices are lower than tho previous weok,
I do not murk pi ices up and then make a grnud stand play of
marking them down
I soil Good Shoos at Reasonablo Prices.
I havo had moro than If, years exporiouco in Working with Shoo
loather aud Selling Shoos.
I do not buy iu a hit or miss way, but tho shoes aro mado to my
ordor and my past exporiouco with loathor enables mo to select
Shoos for you so you rocolvo a nice Fit, Stylo, Comfort aud
I havo just received a large stock of Ladles, Gouts and Chlldrous
tine stylish and sorviconble Shoos sultnblo for Summer, Fall nud
Winter wear. Como aud soo them. I repair all my shoes free
of charge, If they rip or solos como of. I also have a shoo repair
HENRY DIE DE RICH
BOOTS and SHOES.
RBO CLOUD - - NEBRASKA
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