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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1904)
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quiets tickling throats, hack
lag coughs, pain in the lungs.
It relieves congestion, sub-
dues Inflammation. It heals,
strengthens. Your doctor will
explafnthlstoyou. He knows
all about this cough medicine.
W hara ai1 Aift Chtrrr r.etoril In
am ftnllf for n Trt for throat nl tunc
toMkUa. nnd wn think no mrdlelnn rqnuli It."
MR. A. roMRRur, Appleton, Minn.
' Pills greatly aid recovery.
Purely vegetable, gently laxative.
RED CLOUD, NEDHASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
Gkoioe Newiiouse, Editor.
at toe poll office it Red Cloud, Neb.M
fiiihfcel on application.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, N. Y
Fob viok Pkksident.
CrlAULES W. FAIRBANKS, lad
Fob Lieutenant (Iovkknou.
Fob Skcuktaky or State.
FOB SUt'KHINTENDKNT. '
t'Olt ATTOHNKT GKNEKAL.
Fob Iaku Commissioner.
For u. a. Senator
G. W. NORRIS.
E. J. PETERSON.
CH A8. KALEY.
Fob Countt Attornet
A. II. WALTERS.
For Co. Commissioner
3rd. Dist, H. W SAWYER.
& b. Dist. W. RICARDS.
One good offart of the much talked
of Auerican high tarrlff is that it
ceases English manufactures to estab
lish large plants in this country, if
they wish to hold the American mar
ket Titus Saly and ro. have built a
large silk pluh and velvet mill in
Bridgeport, Conn., nnd now Joseph
Bean St Sons of Bradford, England aro
erecting 'an immense new mill atQrey
atond, North Provideuce R. I. for the
manfacturo of flne mohair goods
Nearly a thousand hands will bo em
Ottawa, Canana, Is ruthor startlod
si the announcement that it is quite
poesible a daughter of Willian K Van
derbllt, of New York, may occupy
Rideau Hall as the next vice reino of
Canada. What in tho world will Eng
land come to, if ono Amorican women
aits on the throne of India and another
on tho throno of Canada.?
Thero are thoso who maintain that
the groat dominating issun of tho
fnturo will ootno from combinations of
capital and combinations of labor
forces organized for selfish onds, to bo
obtainod only by oppression of a part
of the pooplo for tho for tho benefit or
profit of another part. There may bo
a, struggle along these lines, but the
Amorican pooplo, in thoir practical
good feuso, can 1 0 dopoudod upon to
roach a happy and equitable adjust
mont. Capital and libor aro twins
and neither can progress without tho
Recently Ex Attorney Gonoral P.
C Knox took took an outing trip to
Europe. Somo pooplo wondred how ho
could alford it Tho cat Is now out of
tho bag. Mrs. Luuronco C. Phipps, of
Pituburg. wlio is contesting a divorco
suit with iter husband, gave Mr. Knox
a retaining fee of $-.'5,000. Ho just wont
over to Enghiml to see uu uuole of tho
young niuu who is seekiug to divorce
It is quite remarkable how tho Dem
ocruts tiro scaling down till tho blip,
posed -to--bo issues hotwocn thorn
aud.tho Republicans. Thus far tho
campaign litis boon conducted on no
gative liuos with tho single exception
of tho gonoral assault upon Proidont
Roosovolt, and that has narrowod it
self down to his policy in the conduct
of affairs. Sonator Daily nccntly said
in Biooklin N. Y. "Ih. dulltbt muu
knows poffoctly well that freo trado Is
an absolute impossibility in this ro
public " Judgo Parkor Heroes wlft tho
Republics on tho (tiostion of Philip
pino self govorment "when they are
competent for It." Nobody thinks of
ro-openlngtho Panama canal question
1 ho labor question will havo to work
out Its own solution. And tho Demo
crats have nothing bettor to propose
regarding tho trust that tho Repub
licans. Thoonlyquestion romnluing is
la Roosevelt a good man?
Lincoln. Neb., Sept., 5th.
A careful study of tho oloctlon of
10(:i proves that tho next legislature
will be republican us certainly as elec
tion day dawns
Without going into dotails, ife is
enough to say that Judgo liaruos, pit
ted ugal st Judnc Sullivan, perhaps
tho strongest momber of tho opposi
force, carried 40 out of (57 representa
tive district', almost invariably by
majorities which tho fusion forces
cannot have t' e faiutest hope of being
ablo to overcome.
t t t
That most fuslonocratic board down
in Richardson county which loviod
s6mo twenty ouoodd thousands dollars
uioro of county taxes tliuti was necess
ary in addition to increasing tho valu
ation of all person 1 and city property
by Its attempted film ilutn work while
sitting as a boa d of equtli.utlou hns
been forced to tho wall, and now that
tho people hi vo learned that tho board,
not tho revonuo law, is responsible for
tho iucroaso in tax on all kinds of pro
perty, the commissioners havo hold a
sort of star ctmmber Mission and ate
endeavoring t mako amends by lower
ing the county lovy. Shou'd thoy do
this succ ssfuily, tho citl.ousof Rich
atdsou comity wi 1 ouly be injured on
account of lOper cent rulso in personal
pio erty, and real estato In towus and
Seven mills is the levy which tho
board now wishes to mako, ono upon
that basis the tax-layers would have
been in fairly goi d -shapo had tho
board not attempted to manufacture a
llttlo political capi al out of the re
vonuo situation by tusking a horizontal
rodu tiou of 10 per cent farm proie. ty
knowing that the state board would I e
forced to nullify this illegal acts by
replacing the figures as thoy weie
before being distui bed by the county
toard. What the connty bord didn't
know was thst when the state board
raises one class of property it must
raise all other classes In that county,
their pretended effort to make a lOopo
reduction in farm land resulted in
leaving the farm lnnd as listed and in
raising everything else. So much for
mixing politics with business
t f t
Ex-Congressman Shallenbarger and
Ex Congressman Sutherlond headed a
list of six men who had the honor of
refusing the fus!on nomination for
Congress in tho Fifth district Finally
H. H. Mauok, of Hebron, was caught
off his guard by the conference com
mittee and before he know it was de
clared the nominee and tho convention
had adjourned. The mombers of the
committoe aro to be uempllmonted
upon the pationoe, Industry and per
sisonco which resulted in finding a
man in tho Fifth District who was
willing to be lead around tne circle by
Congressman Norrls. It is not overy
committee which could havo located
such a self-sacrificing Individual upon
the sovonth attempt
I TWENTY YEARS AGO j
f Items of News Found in The
Chief of Twenty Yeara Ago
Thla Week V .
H. B. Simmons and J. K. Wn 1 traded
farms a few days ago.
Jno. Kellog is building a now liouso
on his farm
J. E. Jerome of Iowa is visiting with
thoQarber's of this city.
Levi Moore, D. B. Spanogle, Frank
Quigley and sevenil other, Red Cloud
pooplo wore in Omaha this wook to
attend tho state fair.
Tho Chicago Lumber Co of this city
havo purchasod the H. W. Brower
lumberyard and havo combined tho
Rov. Goo H. Brown of tho Bap1 1st
church tnovod his family from Chey
anuo, Wyoming to Rod Cloud, this
S. V. Ludlow Is building a now house
fc Wolf bus movid Into his
house in tho south part of town.
Mrs. Bright, from netir Blue Hill,
was adjudged insuiio and taken to
Lincoln, ho lltt o the week.
Mr. II Anderson liegan school in
district no. 17 1111 Fanners Crook, Mon
day G. W. Knight of luavale, has been
appointed station agent at thut place
A II. Linehcrgor, son-in-law of I. N.
Taylor of tnis city, has purchased a
lumber yard at Cowles.
Fred Petorsou Is round house foro
man uu duilug the absence of Mr. Bir-
STURDY and rugged
outside; soft as velvet
inside; strong all through.
These days nothing is
Smart that's Dainty.
ney in tho oast.
Rod Cloud's baso ball nine played
ball at Crote, Tuesday and at Lincoln,
Wednesday, at Crete they dofeat-d
that team with a scoro of two to ono
at Lincoln thoy woro dofoa od by a
scoro of two to ono.
w m. I.etson and J. L: Miner havo
returned from tho eastern nmrkots
wh- ro they wont to purchus goods for
tho fall trade.
Aow nights since it number of Rod
Cloud's young gallant weufcooning"
for wator melons about four miles
from town and arriving at tho natch
each sjocurod a melon then tho walk
home wih resumed; arriving In t .wn
knives woro brought ro-th and tho
molot s woro cut and nor till thon was
It discovered that thy had gone eight
milos and had H-cured nothing but
smm.'os. Tho boys havo kicked them
so'vo over sinco and theirirls well
thoy observo it was lots of fun.
Complaint, is made that tho school
building is to small and thoir is s mo
talk of oroctlng nn othor building in
tho soutli port of town.
Tuo Nebraska Lumber Co. of which
R. D. Jones is prosldent havo establish
ed a wholosa 0 yard at Omaha, and
sovorai new yurds lu dilferont places
C. F Cathor's stook sale was adver
ttsod for tho 22nd of Soptomber. Ho
advort'sed 180 head of cattlo and a
largo uumbor of other kinds of stock.
A spire is being built on the Baptist
church, this wook'
There will be a base ball game
botwoen tho Rod Cloud and Superior
Cowles Rev. Martin's sons left last
week for Franklin.... The two year old
son of Mr. Thompson living east of
here had his shoulder dis'ocated one
day lost week.... Burt, the little son
ofW.fA. Brubaker dlod Monday....
Mrs. Dr. Callender and Miss Louiso
Flshor are visiting friends here
.... Mrs S. Foe is visiting relatives in
'he eastern part of the sta'e....Mr
Biislck of Kearney has purchased the
elevator.... A. H. Llnbarger of Jollet,
Illinois, has purchased the lumber
yard.... James Latta and wife are
visiting in the eastern part of the
South Side James Murphy has sold
his farm on Buffalo Creek.,... Alf
MoCall says he think he will rote for
Butler. . . .Dan Norrls has a sunflower
14 feet high and 0 inches in circumfer
ence .... Frank Leonard is going to the
stat fair.... John Osborn is about to
soil his farm .-...Clark Stevens of Ina
vale has bought tho Renaker farm....
A. Kouhn and sons are errecting a
large barn, tbey are assisted by Sylves
ter Day nnd Sam Suf on John Gal-
broth and wife have a girl, born the
first, of the week.,
Gnido Rook-Mr. Phillips son fell
from a horse Saturday and fractured
on arm....Mesdames Sabin, Proudflt
Mongomery, Finney and Phillips are
visiting relatives and friends In th
eastern states ...Dr. Moranville has
returned from Colorado where he went
for his health.... Wall and Emmerson
are building n skating rink; J P. Var
rel is tho contractor.... Frauk Hicok
is now proprietor of the Morgan House.
A. T. Stillo of Wisconsin hs decided
to put In a now lumber and coal yard
in Red Cloud,
Garfield Post No 80 will hold a
nlo on the fair grounds during
fair and n campdre at night
L. Baurn has dooidod to close
his business and leave Red Cloud
Seal Estate 1 Masters,
Transfers for week ending Wednes.
day, Sept., 7 furnished by J. H.
Bailey of Webster County Abstract
Ed B. Turner to Olto Mo enthein
lots 8 9 and 10 blk 15 Blue Hill
Omor Uagnon and wife to L E
apencoioto blk 7 Bladen wd
L. J Kugler and wife to John
Sorocson w3 10-1-ia wd
Lewis Waterbury and wife to
Jf sse W. McCoy &2 sw4 12 4-10
Florenco Muchow to Wm Hudt
s2aw4 30 4-10 wd
Lula M Ludlow and husb to Ella
M Burt pt swU nw4 10 4-12 qcd
Ello M. Hurt ami husb to Ernest
Cirpenter sumo wd
.Mattha J. Sleepur to Bertha J.
Holmes lots 22 nnd 23 blk 2 R,
R.add to H.C. wd
AdelUeit T. Walker mid wife
Christian Chiistinnson ni'4 0 2-
Mary J. Hillings to James C. Bil
lius to James C. Hillings lots
I) to 12 I.Ik 14 Smith ami Moore
add to R. C. wd 7150
Mortgages Ulid S0(K).
Murtgages releaiud 2900
Trunk, Suit Cases
To the Public
Having purchased Chas.
.Wudoll's meat markot, wo
exteud to you a hearty lu
vltatlou visit us and become
better ncquuiuted and ulso,
whoii looking for good first
class meat, we ask you to
give us u triul.
Wo are satisfied we can
we cuu please you.
Yours for business,
FEIS & SEARS
IN THE CITY
Old PortalHc MuMlng.
of Freeport, HI., antl the
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County.
Look up your policy
and see me.
O. C. TEEL,
Phono 93. Red Cloud.
Grouted tins week ond repotted by
C. A. Sunw & Co. patent attorneys.
Washington D. C Thomas II Camor-
on, Lincoln, Straddle-rowcultivator,
Curl V. Kutil, Madison, Hrick-kiln,-
Oliver O'san, Valparaiso, Wng jti.-SrtUi-
uel 1) Ittiih, BuiUt ice, paper cutting
and folding miichine, CliriNtnin Vogel,
Seward, Tool-sharpening machinist)!,-
For copy of any of nbuvo paieuts send
ton cents iu postage stamps with date
of this paper to O. A. Snow & Co,
Va8hin3ton 1). C.
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 gvar
antee. The prices you are welcome to compare
STOREY, The Clothier.
B. F. 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
D0NT FAII TO 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 HED GIiOUD IESTinEJlT CO.
The DIFFERENT STORE.
This is a different store for many reasons. I'll
name some of them.
I never soil regular goods below cost. I do not claim each week
that prlcos aro lower than the provlous week.
I do not mark prices up and thou make a grand stand play of
marking thorn down.
I sell Good Shoes at Reasonable Prices.
I have had more than 15 years exporionco in Workinc with SI.
leathor aud Selling Shoes. B aUo
I do uot buy iu a hit or miss way, but tho shoes aro made to mv
order and my past exporionco with leather enables mo to select
SorvTco yU h yU rCCOlV " UlC Fit' Sty,0'Co'fortuud
I havo just received a largo stock of Ladles, Gouts nnd Childrn.w
iliio stylish and serviceable Shoos suitable for Summer, Fall , d
Winter wear. Come and see them. I repair all ,y Lhoes fee
ll'hoS'tal! W Pr bl0SCOU'0of- I havo a shoo repair"
BOOTS and SHOES.
RED CLOUD - - NEBRASKA
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