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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1907)
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Not a drop
Doctors prescribe very little, if
any, alcohol these days. They
prefer strong tonics and altera
tives. This is all in keeping
wjjh modern medical science.
It explains why Ayer's Sar
saparilla is now made entirely
free from alcohol. Ask your
doctor. Follow his advice.
We publish our formula
We banlth alcohol
from our medicine
Y urae you to
coniu t your
."Unless there is daily action of the bow
els, poisonous products arc absorbed, '
causing headache, biliousness, nausea, t
dyspepsia. We -wish you would ask your
doctor about correcting your constipation
iy taking laxative doses of Ayer's Pills. '
Mdby the J.C JlyorCo., IxjwbII, Mi,
' (iiiurrcHllniiHl ti ii r'li
The new addition to the Congre t
Rational church has been completed . ben. The Prohibitionists held no con
ami will be dedicated Sunday, . ventlon and tho Socialists were with
chich is also the thirtieth auniver- out representation, save for one dele
sary of the church. Several minis-' K'. who coitlfled to a platform and
Hers from abroad are expected to be J organization with tho secretary of
in attendance of the services which , st?e' ., , , , ,
m!I U l,vM s.inu nn,l i,tn,- l llu Kt'puullcan convention, which
.ending with a cake and cream so
cial in the evening.
Sunday, Skimbmiuir 29th
Worship. 10:30 a. m.
Anniversary and Dedicatory ser
cnoa by Rev. S. Hanford of Lin
' Hly Sacratnent of Lord'3 supper. J
trf Bible School, 12 m. I
Historical Sketch, Mrs. C. J.
Junior Endeavor Rally, 3:30;
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Senior Knilfnvnr Srrvirf fftn
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Subject, "Home Missions in the
Cities." Rev. A. A. Cressman,
Gospel Service, 7:30 p. m.
Address, "Young Life and its
Influence in the Church." Trof.
A. D. Thompson.
Address, "The Local Church and
Education." Prof. John N. Beil. -
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Address, "The Duty of Church
3o Missions. '' Supt. S I. Hanford.
Monimv, 2:30 p. m.
Reminiscences of 30 years.
t. "Our Church," Mrs W. A
Howard. 2. "Our Pastors and
nurcn omcers, a. . Pierce. 3
-"Our Church Choir and Sunday)
.school," C. L. Lotting. 4. "Our'ators by direct vote. Immediate re-
Ladies Aid," Mrs. C. L. Cotting. , Msion of the tariff is urged and an In
5. "Our Ladies Missionary Soci-1 como tax favored.
.ety," Mrs. J. Warren. 6. "Our
Chutch Organ," Mrs. A. R. Pierce.
7. "Our Christian Endeavor,'
Charles Phares, E. J. Overing, Jr.,
Mrs. J. Mitchell.
S. "General Re -
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1 ra St aervict, ,-3: .
Address, "I he Vision of the
Uu.rch, Kev. H. H. Harrison, of
"XE are now comfortably located in the
J. O. Butler building, opposite the post
office. Our fall consignment of Furniture
has arrived, bought direct from the factory
in car load lots. Remember, we save you
money. We have the only exclusive
morgue in Webster county, and are prac
tical undertakers and embalmers for Kan
sas and Nebraska.
Amack & Ckaney,
Address, "The Working Church"
Rev. Samuel Deaktn, of Cowles.
Greetings from Sister Churches,
Elder 1 M. Hratiic.
A practical demonstration of
Refreshments served by the ladies
of the cl urcli to our guests, mem
bers and all friends.
BIO PARTIES FORMULATE THEIR
CREEDS AT LINCOLN.
BRYAN ADDRESSES DEMOCRATS
Resolutions Assumed to Reflect His
Views of What National Party Dec
laratlons Should Be in 1908 Taft
Gets Republican Indorsement.
Lincoln, Sept. 25. Under the new
state-wldo direct prinmry law estu
uay was the day designated lor all
political parties represented on the
primary ballot to hold their state plat
form conventions. Of the tlve parties,
the Uenublicnns. ricmoerata nnil I'oti
ulists aathored in considerable num.
1 was most largely attended, wa pri
marily a business meeting, with little
Tho feature of the Democratic con
vention was tho speech or W. J. Bry
an. He congratulated tho paity, state
and national, on having emerged from
the valley of the shadow of death,
which, he said, the Republicans hope-
ie38y divided, were just entering. lie
insisted that tho title of "Great Post-
potior" belonged to Secretary Taft, bo-
cause, while he favored tariff reform,
he was- obliged by the party pressure
to advocate putting off tho day of ac-
.Mr. Dryau assisted in drafting the
platform, and its declarations are as
sumed to rellect his views of what the
national party declarations should be
Tho Democratic platform opens
with commendation of William J. .Bry
an, saying: "We, the Democratic party
of Nebraska, in delegate convention
assembled, express our continued con
"dence ,n ana" admiration for William
f- Bryan, and reassert out fidelity to
the principles which ho has bo ably
advocated and which at this time are
1 tw ti.a taj uiwHi.u vjj 44. iut(; ill'
jority or tue people or tne united
The platform approves of the laws
prohibiting passes and rebates, and
insists on further legislation making
it unlawful for any corporation to con
tribute to campaign funds. It opposes
! the centralization Idea and declares
for the election of United States sen
On the question of trusts the plat
form sayu, In part: "A private mo
nopoly is indefensible and intolerable.
We, theretore, favor the vigorous en
forcement, of tho prliiiinnl law nirnlnt
' trusts and trust magnates and demand
the enactment of such additional legls-
lation as may be necessary to mako it
' bu possible for a private monopoly to
oxlst ,n tho Unlled states."
D(JC,arat,0UB n?.0 liuule for itnt0
am, uall0IK;, ,)0anls of trai,e and an
elgTit-hour day; against yoveymient by
.njuiici.ou, t.uu 101' piiniiuuu 01 mi
An unqualified indorsement of
President itooosevelt's administration
and leadership Is given In the Re
publican platform. A continuation of
his policies is insisted on and a refer
ence to Secretary Taft is made, as
follows: "While not presuming to
forestall tne action of any future con
vention, v,o express the belief that the
Republicans of Nebraska recognize in
the Hon. William II. Taft of Ohio ono
whoso personal character and whose
long public service maik him as pre
eminently the man under vhose lead
ership these policies would ho perpet
uated." Tho platform declares the Republic
an party of tho state is committed to
the following reforms which it has In
augurated: A state-wide direct pri
mary; abolition of the free pass evii;
comprehensive powers for the state
railway commission; more equitable
rates for transportation of passengers
and freight, equal taxation of railroad
property for city purposes; abolition
of the fellow-servant law and full em
On federal Judiciary interference in
Mates the platform snys: "We favor
the enactment of a federal law and, If
necessary, an amendment to the fed
oral constitution which will forbid
the federal courts from issuing writs
of injunction against suite ofllcers
charged by law with the enforcement
of state statutes."
MOTHER STRANGLES 3 CHILDREN
Then Goes o Railroad Yard to Tell
Her Husband and Is Arrested.
Buffalo, Sept. 15. Mrs. Bertha
Mund strangled her three children,
Christopher, aged three years; Helen
aged two, and Freda, aged eight
months, to death at their home in
Immediately after committing the
dead sho went to the Pennsylvania
railroad yards, where her husband,
Frederick Mund, is employed and In
lormed him of her action. Mrs. Mund
was placed under arrest.
The children were sleeping when
their mother destroyed them. She
wrapped a blanket about the head of
Christopher and then tied a clothes
line about his neck, turning it around
three times and then drew it tight
and fastened it. The girl, Helen, was
next slain. This child was asleep in
a crib in the parlor. Mrs. Mund wound
a clothes line around the little one's
neck twice and after strangling the
child, sho carried the body Into the
bedroom and put It on the bed and
covered it with a quilt. Freda, the
baby, was her next victim. She was
sleeping in a baby carriage in the
kitchen. Without taking the child from
tho carriage, tho mother tied a piece
of clothesline about its neck once
and fastened It In two knots.
When taken to police headquarters,
she said: "I killed the children be
cause I did not want them to grow up
and be crazy like me."
HEARST IS N0TA CANDIDATE
New York Publisher Declares He Has
No Longing to Become President.
New York, Sept. 23. In an inter
view published here, William U.
Hearst took occasion to deny that he
is a candidate for the presidency. He
"I rfm not a candidate for tho presi
dency on tho Independence League
ticket, or on any other ticket, and I
cannot conceive of any conditions un
der which I would bo willing to be
come a candidate." This determina
tion, ho adds, is "not because of any
feeling of pique or disappointment at
the result of tho late election. I am
well satisfied to bo a private citizen
and to labor through tho league and
through the election for others to pro
mote the principles I believe in. I
dislike holding office and I dislike par
tkularly being placed in a position
where the sincerity of my principles
can he questioned through campaign
ing for some ollire that I do not want
and that 1 would only consent to hold
through a sense or public duty, as I
would seivo on a jury."
MYSTERIOUS DOUBLE SUICIDE
Two Young Men Dead In Each Other'3
Arms at Hamilton, O.
Ilnmllton, O., Sept. 25 A mysteri
ous double suicide of two young men,
apparently twenty-thiee and twenty
eight years of age, was' discovered In
a room at the St. Charles hotel. They
ended their lives by Inhaling gas and
were found locked in each other's
From what could bo learned tho two
suicides and a third man registered at
tho hotel as John Leonell, Den Marseo
and Tom McLaughlin, giving no nd
dresses. Tho coroner decided that the
Buleides wore probably John Leonell
aud Tom McLaughlin.
Jury Secured to Try Borah.
Boise, Ida., Sept. 25. Tho jury to
try United States Senator Horali was
completed. The government counsel
announced that they contended Sen.
ator norah's alleged offonso is only a
jg All the newesl.
;!; ever. Glad to show
L that goes with them
1 Paul Storey, cSer I
Lewis M. Steward, Mgr.
Red Clovid Business College
Attend a complete Business College that will prepare you for an ideal
Fall Opening Sept. '.i. Enter at any time. Individual Instruction
Here Is Relief for Women.
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Now is tho time to subscribe.
Dr. Warrick, tho specialist will meet
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Canon City, Sunnyside,
and Genuine Nigger
You may be particular or what
some call "cranky," but OUR
COAL will please you.
Our coal i clean and wo deliver
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We cannot afford to do
less than satisfy in
quality, style, price and
give to you our person
al service and careful
Night or Day
Rural and Bell phones
at store and residt n e.
Uyrou (i. Hancock and Miss llertrude
M nidcrlekson, both of Klverton, were
married yesturduy by Rev. U. Hum
mel at his homo.
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