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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1904)
You know the medicine that
makes pure, rich blood
Ayer's Sarsaparillt. Your
mother, grandmother, all your
folks, used it. They trusted
It. Their doctors trusted it.
Your doctor trusts it. Then
trust it yourself. There is
health and strength in it.
"I infrared Lrrlbly from Indication and
thin blood. 1 found mi rellaf until 1 look
Ayer' HarMftrllla. your bottlat rrtno
BenUy curM inr."
Mlia, F. It. IlAKT, lit. Klico, N. T.
flMafcottl. j. c. ATtnco,
RED CLOUD, NEIUIASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
Geohok N'EvrnousE, Editor.
Ont year 1100
littered at tne pott offlca at Rod Cloud, Neb.ae
ootid clan mall matter.
Furntihed on application.
TELEPHONE, SEVEN - TWO
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, N. Y.
Fon VICK PltKSIDKNT.
C HARLES W. FAIRBANKS, Ind
J H MICKEY.
Foil LIEUTENANT (lOVKRNOIt.
E t; M'GILTON.
Foil Seciiktaky or State.
E. M. SEARLE.
J. L M'HKIKN.
For Attorney Orneral.
N ORRIS MtOWN
Fob Land Commissioner.
H. M. EATON
For u. s. Senator
E.J BURKE IT'
O. W. NORRI8.
Fob Senator or 20 Dist.
i E. J. PETERSON.
For County Attorney
A. M. WALTERS.
For Co. Commissionkr
3rd. Dist., H. W SAWY ER.
5.h. Dibt.W. RICARDS.
Tamm any Hall was struok by lightn
ink a fow days ago. It immediately
wlthdrow for repairs.
Scientists hnvo discovorod that a
romau uoso and a sonorous voice near
ly always go together and are indica
tive of a masterful character.
A wrltor in Harpers Weokly states
that there are two things which the
literary artist craves, praise und
money. Thoro aro othors iu tho samo
Tho agricultural department at
Washington may find it uoccessary to
fit spectacles to tho Guatomu tin ant
yet beforo they will become aselUciont
as possible as thoy can see but one
Now that tho Democrats havo con
ceded tho stato to Roosevelt by 50,001)
majority they should also show that
they wero entirely rational by conced
ing tho oloctlou of tho It-publican
Somo Idea of tho coal production of
tho United States in 10:3 is given iu a
probs bulletin of tho U. S. Geologi
cal uurvoy for August. If tho coal min
ed in tho United Statos woro loaded on
frolght cars with a capacity of thirty
tons each, tho trains would oncirclo
tho earth at tho equator about throe
and ono third Minos: if spread ovor tho
surface of Manhattan Island, which
has an eroa of twenty-two square milos,
it would cover tho eutiro island to a
depth of uearly twouty-flvo feot.
la Tie laskk Im.
A visitor to tho World's Fair walk
ed up to the insldo clork of tho Inside
Inn aud askod:
"Exauso mo sir; Is this the Inside
Inn? Aud is tho proprietor of tho
Inside Inn in!" "Yes," repliod tho
clerk, "this is tho Insldo Inn, and you
will llud tho proprietor of tho Inside
Iuu outsido Ly the iuu's side. Ho has
kept tho Inside Inn for several weeks.
Ouco ou an oco m trip he couldn't
kcop his iuside in, but that is Inside
information and ho dou't want it
"All right," said tho inquirer, If
this is tho Iuside Inn, we want to too
its insldo as well as its outsido boforo
we look insiho any of tho outside iuns.
If wo like tho Inside lnu's iuside and
outsido bQtter than wo liko the outsido
inn's outside and iuside, we may bring
our thiugs from outside inside and
stop iuside the Inside Iuu. Because we
' won't hnvo to go from the Insldo out
hIiIo or come buck from tho outsllo
inside, but can rcmiiln Inside or out
sido tho Insldo Inn, it being tho only
inn Insldo tho ground", 'l'ho othur
onus itro on tho outsido antl furnish no
inoro comforts Insldo or outsido thtiu
doos tho Insldo Inn with exhibits closo
outsido tho Insldo, while thoso who
stop at outsido Inns lmvo to go insldo
to got in, mid outside to g t ln,imd out
sldo to go to their Inn, o you boo"
Dut tho clork hud fainted and fallen
Insldo tho Insld 'slun'sdosk, and bell
boys woro hurrying with water for his
outsido and brandy for his inside. In
tholr excitement they got that which
was mount for his insldo outsido, and
that which was for his outsido Inside.
- Oxuard Courlor
Seftreftatlen Is Silly.
ThoRov J. Edward Klrbyo of At
lanta, Ga., in an address at Chicago
last Sunday, said.
'Tho Christian thing to do Is to
ficparats tho races J f you would save
tho uegro "
Tho thing is impossible. Who has
such power ovor person and properly
as to order tho negro and his belong
ings from one place to another ? Cer
tainly not tho stato nor tho govern
ment. To do so would bo to break tho
backbone of tho constitution and make
government reverso Itself.
As to voluntary segregation, tho
negro will have none of it.
Segregation is by no means n now
solution of tho raco problem. Tho
conception of a "negro state"' Is so old
that it is frazzled at botli ends. It Is
utterly impracticable. You cannot set
up ono republic inside of auother
Segregation in an iridescent dream.
It is as silly as deportation, which pro
posal, as has boon frequently shown,
is a physical Impossibility
Tho negro Is hero to stay Ho was
brought hero without his consent aud
cannot bo sent away against his con
sent Ho has been made part and par
col of us.
Neithor can tho races bo amalgamat
ed. That 1 anothor impossibility.
All that can bo done for the uegro
is to give him a fair chanco to work
out his own salvatlo . That ho can do
by education. Ho must havo tho op
portunity. Evory aUompt to dony
him a chance and uu open flold will
It is high tlmo tho south should quit
tr lug to do away with tho negro in
Let tho south take up the white
man's burden. Kansas City World.
m 9 '
Is Everywhere aid lack
The Burlington offers excursion
rates la every direction o low that
there is no excuse for staying at home.
Below are somo of them:
St. Louis and baok: Three kinds of
daily rates besides tho special low rate
coach excursions Sptembnr 1,3,4,0,
8, 11, 13, 15, 2(1,2'.', ?7 and 20.
Chicago and back: Dally low rates
either direct or via St. Louis, with
stopovors at St. Louis, Kansas City
World's Fair stopovors at St. Liuis
on through tickets.
Colorado, Utah and Black Hills ro
sorts there and back piactically half
rates all summer.
To Denver, Colorado Springs and
Puoblo and return, August 30, and
September 3, 0, 10, 13 and 17, 15.
To California San Francisco and
Los Angeles and baok, August 15 to
Septembor 10, only 115. Tho ouly
chance in 1001 to get this low rate.
To Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin
aud the Great Lako region, the idoal
lummor country dally low rates lo
take you away from homo.
On tho 11 st and third Tuesdays of
each month very low round trip rates
to hundreds of points in tho North
west and Southwest.
Dailv from Soptomber 15 to October
15, one way tickets to hundreds of
points west ami northwest at pracilc
ally half ratcx.
To many points in Indiana, Ohio and
Kentucky September 0, 13, 20, 27 and
October 11, ono fare plus 92 for tho
Write or call, describe your trip; let
me advho you the least cost, A.
Conover, Ticket Agent.
The teachers who attended the
county Institute last weok passed res
olutions endorsing the work of County
Superintendent Matkerand tho corps
ofjtoachers and lecturers of tho institute
Owing to lack of space we are unablo
to print tho resolutions which were
adopted. Tho resolutions given below
will commend Itself to tho greater por
tion of tho public.
Resolved, That it is tho sonse of this
body that a uniformity of text books
for the schools of this county would
add greatly towards tho betterment of
the conditions of our work and would
prove of incalculable value lo the
schools of the county; therefore, be it
Resolved, That wo recommend tho list
recommended by our county superin
tendent and urge upon school boards
to act with the county superintendent
in bringing about the same,
Tf a. arnmnn la rnmnnrln nfni iiha
passes thirty, she should keep it
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of News Found in Tho
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
Win. Lotson has gouo east to buy his
Mr. Simpson of Uluo Hill was in the
city this ween.
Dr. J E. Parker lias roturnod from
his visit iu tho east.
C. L. Wutklus, of tho Blue Hill
Times, was in Red Cloud Tuesday.
Roy Hutchison has accepted n posi
tion us freight clork at tho B fc M. do
J. A. Crawford has completed tho
carpenter work on T. C. Hacker's new
houso aud it is now occupied by Mr.
Hacker aud family.
Mr. McEwnn, who was hurt iu a run
away, is out ugalu.
J. R Vniico aud family expo t soon
to move to Kearney, Nebraska.
A II Liuobarger of Jolict, Illinois,
is visiting with his fatlier-iu-law, I. N.
Taylor, of tho Commercial House, iu
Wo neglected to mention last weok
that a party was given iu honor of
Chnrley Piatt's 22nd birthday.
O G Koborts' family hnvo the diph
theria. Four of the children are down
with tho diseaso
Missos Gortio Sheror and Eva Muu
sol left Tuesday for Crete, where they
attend Doano Collego dating the eu
D F.Scott and family, of Amboy.
will movo to town soou
Charley Rciglc will bo janitor of tho
school building for tho ensuing year.
School commenced Monday.
W. A May has routed tho Kinsey
property and will movo his family hero
Al Dorr ha bought Roy Hutchison's
intorost iu tho barber shop.
Chas. Romsborg aud sisters, Ella
aud Laura, iirrivod Friday from New
Tho school board havo docided to
hold school in the Presbyterian chapel
iu lower Red Cloud, duriug tho ensu
Married, at tho residonco of Chas.
Kent, September 3, Wilniu A. Kent to
Jeiforsou Benuchamp und Miss Ida E.
Mathias to Warren A. Kent. All of
Mrs. Butcher, living near Cowles,
fell off of a wagon, last Saturday, and
was badly injured. Ono wheel of the
wagon passed over her.
Mr. Brakofleld has bought au inter
est in the pump and wind-mill busi
ness of D. G Walker. The Arm will
bo knowu as Walker aud Brakofleld.
Wo understand that a number of
goutlemou iu Rod Cloud propose to
nuild u streot ruilwuy from tho Holland
House to tho B. it M. depot, provided
the citizens will donate 91,000
Last Tuesday, while raking hay on
his fathor's furm, on the Whito Kock,
1G miles south of hero, Goo. Griffeth, 14
years of ago, fell off tho rako and was
soverly injured. When G Benjamin
picked him up ho was uuconsciousaud
has siuco boeu delirious.
A very successful Sunday school
picnic was hold iu Governor Garber's
grove, last Friday. A processiou was
formed at tho rink und tho little folks
mnrched to tho grounds
Tho Red Cloud base ball team, Fri
day, played a picked nine of tho best
players of Guide Rock and Burr Oak,
at Guido Rock aud did them up iu
V. Williams, lately of Piatt county,
Illinois, has bought the Sutton farm in
Jewell county, Kansas,aud hns decided
to remain in tho west.
Win. Rickers Is rejoicing ovor tho
arrival of a baby girl.
Peter Spracher, living northeast of
Cowles, sustained a broken leg, Sunday
morning, caused by his horse falling
J. B Skiuuor, of Hardy, received the
nomination for teuator at tho repub
lican senatorial convention, in tho
courthouse, iu Red Cloud, lost Satur
day, 'iho following committee was
also elected: Mr. Fogol, of Nuckolls
couuty, chairman; Ed Cornett, of
Wobstor; C. W. Marrow of Franklin.
A meeting wns hold iu tho M. E.
church Soptomber 1, in the intorost of
the Method 1st collego at York, Nobrns
ka. Tho meeting was addressed by
Rov. John Gallagher, Rov. Ed, Thomp
sou, pri sideut of the colloee, aud Bis
Ortou's Railroad show was billed to
show hero ou Soptembor 11.
Tho Antl-monops held n convention
in tho court house, August 30, iu Rod
Cloud. M. A. Meyers was chairman
and F. N. Itlchirdsou secretury. F. N,
Richardson received tho nomination
for representative for tho 21st district
and James Duffey for commissioner of
tho 1st district. Tho following dole-
gates' wero selected to tho various con
vontlons: Stute convention Ira Brow-
nell, F. N. Richardson, Robt Slater, F.
I Houchln, D.S.Helvorn, J. M.Stoddard,
Prank Pierce, M. A. Meyers aud Johu
Trunks, Suit Cases
PAUL STOREY, The
To the Public
Having purchased Chas.
Wadell's meat market, wo
extend to you a hearty iu
vitatiou visit us aud become
better acquainted and also,
when looking for good first
cluss meat, wo ask you to
give us u trial.
Wo uro satlstled wo cun
wo can ploaso you.
Yours for business,
FEIS & SEARS
IN THE CITY
Old PottotTlce Building.
of Freeport, III., and the
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County.
Look up your policy
and see me.
O. C- TEEL,
Coon. Senatorial couventlou C. C.
Coou, C. Schultz, I. B Chapln, O. P.
Popo, P. C. Hubbell, Johu Rnssor, S.
Miller, and John Streot.
Congressional Thad Arnold, Thos.
VauKhu, P. Houchlu, M. A. Meyers(
J. M. Stoddard, L. D. Oatman, M. D.
McKinney, D. S. Holvem, P. N. Klch
nrdsou und Thomas Vaughn.
miEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY.
Mrittc Cure for Rhenmitlim and Neuralgia
radically curea Iu 1 to -1 dajra. IU action upon
the fj-ilem la remarkable and myaterloua. It
remoTea at once toe cauae and the dlaeaae lm
mediately dlaappeara. Tbe Oral doae greatly
benefits. 76 ceuta aud 11,00. bold i by 11. E.
One DruT !, Red Cloud,
FALL of 1904
All of these lines are being opened this week and
will be ready for your inspection any day you can
spare the time, to look at them. The goods I guar
antee. The prices you are welcome to compare
D. J. MYERS, A.
IF YOU WANT TO
BUY, SELL, OR EX
or CITY PROPERTY
or Make a Loan
D0NI FAIL 1 0 SEE US.
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 flED GLOUD
yq, o, a,q,yyyi 0,0, 0,0,
Ihe DIFFERENT STORE.
This is a different store for many reasons. I'll
name some of them.
I never sell regular goods below cost. J doet olalm oaoh wook
that prices are lower than the previous .waeje.
I do not mark prices up and then make a grand stand play of
marking them down,
I soil Good Shoes at Reasonable Prlcos.
I havo had more than 15 years experience iu Working with Shoo
leather and Selling Shoos.
I do uot buy lu a hit or miss way, but tho shoes nre mado to my
order and my past experience with loathor onablos mo to soloct
Shoos for you so you receive a ntco Pit, Style, Comfort aud
I havo just recoivod a large stock of Ladies, Gouts and Childrens
Hue stylish and serviceable Shoos suitablo for Summor, Pall and
Wiutorwonr. Come and seo them. I repnlr all my shoos freo
of chargo, if they rip or solos como of. I also havo n shoo repair
BOOTS and SHOES.
RED CLOUD - - NEBRASKA
Grips, and Bags
Sec. and Treas.
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