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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1905)
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For coughs, colds, bronchitis,
asthma, weak throats, weak
lungs, consumption, rake
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
Always keep a bottle of it in
the house. We have been
I saying this for 60 years, and
so have the doctors.
" I hftv tuM Ayer'i Cherry 1'Mtoral In my
family for 40 juttm. It U tlio tint medicine
In Ilia world, I know, for all throat and lung
MRS. J. K. NORCftOKR, Waltliam, Mass.
!.,., 1.00. J.C. AYKItCO.,
All nrni'clli). r l,owpl!. Mam
w -J-- -m- r-A
f Jr.s ovor tlffi s
I ffiort of Dm I.HI
f f"$1i by Dodge, providing
)f. VfjViiiuirloH, along tlio linos of
Dally action of the bowels Is neces
sary. Aid nature with Ayor's Pills.
JIKI Ot.OUO, NKWtASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY Fill DAY.
I'aui, C. I'iiaki-.s - - - Editor
Omhmk Nuwiiousi: - - Manager
.Vno roar si ou
Utitoroil Ht tnu pout o HI to ht Hod Cloud, Noh.nn
.r.cond cln.iH ninll tnHttor.
iKTiilnliO(l uii iiiill::itloii.
TELEPHONE. SEVEN - TWO
FIGHTING A MONOPOLY.
With this issuo Tiik Chief tidopls
tho all "Ikiiiio print" plan, being forced
to make tlio change by tlio grasping
Kroed of tlio Western Newspaper
Union, from whom wo have heretotoro
Tbcon securing our "patents." In tlio
Inst two years this concern has twice
boosted the price of ready prints and
-sis a result has been enabled to erect a"
Jiandsonio now building in Lincoln
which the country publishers have had
.the pleasure of a paying for.
A week ago they added "tho straw
rhat broko tho camel's back," by again
raising tlio price. Not (! siring to raiso
ilhe price of the paper to our subsorib-
eis, we decided to adopt the all homo
jirint plan. In order to do this tho
feizo of tho paper has been reduced to
11 tlvo column quarto for tho present,
"tout wo hopo soon to onlargo to a six
Wo aro uuablo to complete tho serial
.story which has been running in tho
lapcr, and in placo of It will bo given
another serial story of great interest,
Tho Gentleman From Indiana."
Thoru will also bo a page of tho
latest telegraphic news.
In addition to tho ubovo thero will
timely articles ou subjects rotating to
.-agriculture, stock breeding and poul
Ono column in each issuo will bo do--voted
to a discussion of tho Sunday
tKohool lesson for tho following Sab
Smth. All in all, wo hopo to niako Tiik
Chief a bot'tjr pnpor than over before,
.-and if our readors will bear with us
ijiru time wo boliovo they will liko tho
siey ynpor much bottor than tho old.
Wcr also ottering somo very lib
eral cluing ,atos with the Weokly
Uito .lo,iit Weekly Kansas City
Slur and thd'piodo Bludo.
Notes of tht legislature.
Lincoln, ob,. Tan 2Tho legMn
turo is now won Undorwy vit li a
jiumbor of hnpovtant measus umj0i.
.con-idorntlon. The number S uu
of tho Wisconsin and Minnesota laws.
Also bills to tho same oiroct by Sena
tor Cady and Representative McMul
lon, theso two being different fiotn the
Dodge bill in that ttioy provide for tho
nomination of Unl'od States Sonator,'
and do not provide for direct riomina
tion of state oiUcials. They, with many
other members, argue that tho import
ant thing is tho direct nomination of
senator. Tho Dodge bill omits that
II 11 13, by Votor, providing for a
landlord's lion on crops to secure tho
collection of rents.
II Jt 2 and 4, providing for tho elec
tion of precinct assessors; II II 12,
changing the assessment ratio to one
third tho actual valuation; II It fill,
providing for tho reassessment of real
property in 1005, and several other
hills affecting the roveutie law, none
of which have general support except
tho ono providing for additional power
in equalization by tho state board.
II It 15), by Ernst, providing for a
binding twine factory at tlio peniten
tiary, and appropriating $15,000 for the
establishment and $r0,000 for tho run
ning expenses of tlio factory. This
proposition is attracting general at
tention, and a bill along tho same lino
will bo pushed forward in tho senate
by Cady, who thinks a committou
should investigate tho work of simitar
factories in other states It is pro
posed to work tho state pri oners tli us
without competition with homo labor,
and at tlio same Li no aim an eil'ou ivo
blow at the binding twine trust.
S F It), by Epperson, providing for
tho detention and euro f inebriates
and morphine (lends at tlio Liucol 11
asylum at tlio expense of tho state.
SVffl, by Ciriflln, providing for tho
election of prosecuting atlornoys in
tlio judicial districts to take the placo
of county attorneys.
II It 18, by Kyd, providing that all
bridges must bo contracted on com
petitive bids.after tlio plans have been
given the utmost publicity.
II R 72, by Casobeor, prohibiting the
sale of cigarettes and cigaret to paper.
Tho ubovo seom.s to bo tho bills on
subjects that aro attracting the most
general attention. Tho direct primary
bills easily outrank tho others in pub
lic discussion, and it is probable that
they will como up for early action in
both houses. There is also much talk
of now road laws, and it is certain that
some important measure on this sub
ject will got through.
Tho niatterof anew apportionment
of the stato is just now very much dis
cussod. Tho last apportionment was
made lifteon years ago. Now many of
tho districts claim that they aro un
der represented, and somo counties in
tlio older part of tlio stato aro too well
favored. Tho representation in tho
house ranges all thw way from 1,300
votes per member in ono district up
to (5,000 votes per member in another
district Somo of tho senators repre
sent as high as "0,030 apieco, while
others range down as low as 18,000
Tho constitution requires a reappor
tionment ovory tlvo years, but it has
not boon obeyed for a number of ses
sions. F. A. Haiuuson.
, px$ mr
I STKVKNS RESULTS arc IIRINGINO I I i
YOUR CAME and making I'ERFECTScKsi I f
I Our Line of Hi1 I P
3iowover, is smaller Uian usual, Iki
Our Line of
Rifles. Pistols, and Shn
N tried and muted, and liai hall a cen
acmevemeni unck 01 11. illustrated catalo
free on request.
in uoaient nnndle tlio 8TEI5
TlLPnnr. nnlUiil.i.. It. .111. r f ff'H
........ .....'.'. '.'-:"" " ht.vci in our aflnclivi
Kiri.e. i'uai,fc. bend 4 cent, in tttmrtAfai
mis iiucicjiiiif; novciiy. tiii
J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL
P. O. Box 3093
C'lil(iio 1'alln, AIunh,
Dr. W. G Brandenburg in thioy on
Februa-y 7. Prof. BraiKlenoJirg's
lecture will deal mainly with fth'lj his
tory and scenery of ColoradoJai.l will
l)o illustrated by tho very llnest polor
ed stereoptlcon views, showjtia;1 tho
wonders of Colorad in slix'thoir
beauty. Tho press of all life' fading
cities in tho west speak entb&lasti
cally of Dr. Brandonburg'sjftljoluro,
and a rare treat is in stare for nil who
attend. Tho lecture will hoTplleu in
Damerell's hull. Addmissidn '.'M cents.
Rod Cloud will bo tho first 4Wd mado
by Dr IJrandonburg comingilat from
Real Estate Iransftrti;
Tranxforn for week
day, .Ian. 2ft, furnish
Bailey of Webster G'our
Mary S Creighton and hsliwul
to O D Hedge, wd, swll3-Jfll.$ 3800
Jacob II Morauvillo and ffflftf to
C V Moranville, wd, IoU421ikI
partofli), blk 1, Talbot's Juki
to (initio Rock
Clinton B Gassier to
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS in mfcr
A riirinriie.inoli: rn unv wlint vnn mpnn nntV
wb . vb ki mmj w ka. a v w . a .-
do what you say. I say that I can affordw
fr nnf n nrirft r.M Mil fno lofhr.tfr marrh fi'r. 2
tV 7Ub t yiV ff kllU IV.I,l'VVUl IIIV1I1U1I
dise in my store.! I
I mean to do it, too. '
I have had all the Men's. Heavy SuitK
piacea on inc nrsc caDie in cne score, ana p
a price of
55 1-5 Per CentOff
regular. The same applies to Boys' am
Children s buits of like character. A savmjj
of one-third to you.
A Discount of 25 per cent on all
the Men's and Boys' 'Heavy (Pants
will be sold at 20 per cent
discount, and none reserved
All through the stock I will nake swell
,I 1.5 1
Baifknecht, wd, sv4 S'ar
sung mat t no inumwuw aro liitrodtiOk,,,
nly such as seem to bo nocessary, nnu
sire not Hooding tho stato with trivial
Wlls for purposos of buncoiiUj0.
Some of tho 'important mutters un
dor ct)iisideration aro as followH;
Keuato tlio 110, by Shrook, providing
lor county option in tho granting 0f
Farmers Institute Program.
Tlio following is tho program of tho
Farmers' Institute to bo hold at
Cowles, N. br , Friday and Saturday,
February and 1. Theso meetings
aro hold under tho auspices of tho
University of Nebraska and tho Farm
ers' Institute association of Cowles.and
aro free to all. All farmers aro espec
ially invited to como ami bring thoir
l:0-"Solcotion and Caro of Scod
Corn," D. V Ashburn.
2:.'10 "Animal Diseases and Their
Treatment," Dr. A. Bostrom, Miudon,
7:110 Local address, "Homo Build
ing," Mr. Ashburn.
10:30 "Judging Horses for Sound
ness," Dr. Bostrom.
U:ir-"Poultry Raising," Mr, Ash
burn. AFTERNOON .SESSION
1:30- "Economic Pork Production,"
O. Hull, Alma, Nob.
i:30 - "Farm Dairying," C. II. Illn
!H, Nebraska Experimental Station.
b0-"Soil Tillago," Mr Hull
Oti..,. valuable addresses by local
A Conover and wife to
1'arkcs, wd, lots 151 a
8. It It athl to Red CI
Charles B Halo and wifjfl
Hale, wd, part lot 7 and
.....i n T...i..r.iv , ...i.i .i
iiiiii , iviiit'iiii n iiiiii
Lo Grand B Thorno
lltiiriiiiui, wd, part
Mortgages tiled, $5100
Moi tguges released JfOfl
Reported by C A. gnn
etu aiiorneys, wasni
Cluitlrou metallic pne
Kilmurry, Atkinson, v
Chenia A. Newberry,
clipping maehinn. Fi
abovo patents smd t i
aco stamns witli'datt
C. A Snow & Co", Wj
i ? t A UUw
ing reductions to c
is your opportunity
an up broken lines.
To turn the goods
you may have the pn
YcbtiTS for success,
KL I CLOTH
cc uo,, pat-
si ml feeder' fpr thn
ng; JW iward J.
opy oi any oi
nts in poft-
tbis paper to
ngton, D. C
f monev is tan i want
f and morel too
l I IjaHamiMMHai
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Union I Ntif jfiivlved
A rnnnrt hiisibfipji circulated in this
city to tlio ofrecrtbtfii'tWrrfinioa-Kiaft, rTUtrminir this wook,
Insuranco Co, of Lincofn'wns'-irisbU -dayat ICo ffGSfS"
vent. Tins is an error, arising trom
tho failuro of tho Lincoln Mutual
about 3 years ago, tho receiver of which
concern has recently levied an assess
ment upon tho members in order to
moot obligations Ino. B. Stansor is
agent in Rod Cloud for the Union Firo
which ho says wrote ovor nine and a
half millions of insuranco last year.
A Nfcod lecturer Comlnft
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MimpuCTUBouumuHiMUH,!., " u( mgo wiiigrw. 0f Denver was in
county may vote on tho ostuullsluiiK. Uod Cloud Wodcdi.v ..,! ,,,n,in ..
taugemonts vitliV Enworth Iciilmio
of a saloon in any p.trt of tho county.
It is said that tho churches and torn
ottlioM.E, church ,. tl iecturo by
Aaron Couovor, station agont for tho
Burlington, will tako a two mouths
vacation, commouciug today, ami his
placo will bo taken by a conductor,
whoso namo wo did not learn. It is pos
sible Mr. Conover may not resume
his duties hero when his vacation is
ovor. Walt Cox, yardmastor horo, it
is understood, will bo given a position
as brakemau ou tho road.
Advertised Letter List.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at postollico at Red Cloud, Nob.,
for the wook ending Jan. 'JG, 1003:
Men J. K. Farrellj Arthur Hoagland
and Mont MmIiou.
These will he sent to tlio dotid lettor
ollico Feb. 9, 1005, if not oallod
for before. When calling for abovo
plouso say "advertised."
T. C. llACKF.it, l'ostnmnor.
Kansas City mrkctJ
'Special to TliK Ciiikk,
Kansas City, Jan. 24.4-Thoii
ting to bo more dmercnao in Dricirj
twnen hnnf t.tnnr mwl niidinnitn ii
mon ones; that is, tlio t osju'lhos con
tiuuo to sell at Sf to 5 50 , and common
ones loso a little ovory 'eek,,aud thoy
bavo lost 10 or 15 cent in t;wo days
this week, whilo tho god ones aro
steady or littlo highor than a week
ago. Quito a u timber o ij good ntcers
aro being putforward ji ist now, most
of thorn frotn southeiU Nebraska
points, from Vupe)'ior ylost, a good
many from nortljorn KaiUas and scat
torcd shipmont from otrjor localities
that woro favorwd with il good corn
A number of hnlps of Jiteors today
wero at ?5 30 to RSO, ;tho tou. Tho bulk
of tho stcors soil Vt 31 to 1 75, a littlo
loss thau last wotk. Hoavv cows and
all sho stuff oxctpt goodlto clioieo
heifers, lost 10 to lit qonts a : tho cud
of last week, puttiacthem, )ack on a
level with tho clo of th proyiotis
week, at $3 50 to i utfor bo . cows, me
dium she stuff at $20 to ' ?3 25; host
hoifers hold thoir auranco 1 st weoknt
$4 to 4. 50, canners Iring $2 to 2 50,
good voals 15 50 to BiX), and bulls aro
lower at 82 25 to 3 71 Stockors and
feeders sold somo lVvor last woe It
especially stock cattlV but very 'few
aro coming uow and &o demand this
week is abend of tho upplyiuddv
prices strong. Good Veodors raii'M
from $3 GO to 4 35, stockirs 93 'to 4 2i,
Some Iowa and Minnisota stocked
Top on hogs today was $1 87, ani)
several loads sold at 4 F5 Toj, f4
weights below 200 poundsjras $4 7?!
but tho Into market was hardly up ty
those figures. Bulk of salos $4 GO t.
4 85, 5 conts lowor than yostordaj
Weights continue to got heavier an
demand from packers is strong, and ii
looks liko any break in price must bj
Mutton prices remaiuod abou
stoady all of last week, and trade waf
activo, but hnvo turned dowuanl tou
day 5 to 10 conts. A largo prGportfoifi
of tho rocoipts yesterday and todaJ
woro lambs, and practically all of thou
havo sold at 87 to 7 40, insuring a goo
prollt to feodors. Yearling sales- todaj
and yesterday wero at S(5 2" to (5 GO,
wouiors o ou 10 o uj auu ovu.s at H 7fs
to 5 15.
J. A. Uiokviit,
Live Stock Correspoiinoid
uxioim to you :
when looking f j
givo us a trinjl"
Wo aro sal) ij
wo can plea ;
i hearty in
II and also,
isk you to
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County.
Look up your policy
ana see me.
Red Cloud. V
tit 5J per cent interest, straight. No
commission or other charces. Mmtnw
ready to pay over at once. If you
havo land for sale, como and see mo
No charge if I do not get you a buyer.
IMiMf wtito or call on C, F. Cathor
lU-il Cloud, Neb. '
Local (ir.iln Market.
(Fur'nUhod by J. !' Delatmy ) .
Thiirsilny, ,1m j ,
Old Corn j(f j
Kar Corn t1!
New shelled corn ',v,i
W1UH 'V5 i nPl1 Pourunry I.
Die Webster County Farmors' In.
Nlituto will moot at Cowlos January 3L
.M, Secrotary. Jj
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