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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1909)
Rod Cloud - - NcbrRsku.
I'UULISHKD BVK1H TJIUKSDAY.
Entered In Hie I'unlntrli t Itertl'IoHil.Ne-i),
Hfheumil f'Utx. .Mullet.
C. II. HALF.
TIIK ONLY JiKMOrilATlr I'AlT.lt IN
11 y Officers.
Count llini'ii 2ml wiird
KlertrlrllulilA uatiM "in
. C. II. I'lllllT
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Itoy nl tiiiui
J. A. McAtlliiir
.11. V. IIUtRltw
.14. M. In nl
. .. Jolmlvlire
10 A. M.
11 A. M.
7 I'. M.
iinniHtir,si4iiviri:.TM. r.. mi uni.
Stnulny s liwl
i: i vino
l'rnj-er mi-rtiiiK V t'liicwiny i uiln H V. M.
ItAdlrii Aid Friday . 'JI'.M.
Vour urcwttcp tH naucMcd ' n cordial
invitation U extended to nil.
M. T. HTiKKi.iirntir.
i.i....i..l..i..i.nni.ii.rr ill"' "1 rl
11011"? OV MKItVICH AT CONMIKUA
Preaching 0itt " "'
Htulo grltool ,3m
I'reactung wrvti'tii Up. in.
Vrnyor ami Conlm are nut-ling YVidntti
dny nt 8 p. in.
A lordlnl Invltntliiti 1 extended to all.
Iti.v. A. A. I'iiowm an l'nntor.
illtACi: (KI'IM'nlWl.i I'llUIK'll
Itev. .1. Ml Units. I'nutnr.
fcicnlfi! the il mt tw Siiih!ii In each
Ilolj Cuiiiiiiuiiliin ut moinlnu senlrm "ii
the 11 rut Hunilnj.
Hunilny M-luwIiU USn'iMk cury Sundn.
3Mr? r.li. Sinllli. Siipirlnliiiilnit.
nml lilln 1 lln' i'i; ; inpii ill u.tl lib
U-( i' owl I lie I rti 1, Mini liMnv und I In)
I e.l""l '.'I "-nil iliiMit i I llli 1" I lie "twi
ligh' ..ne" tintl lefusc to nirutlgc
lln'iiispi in tnngliiblc form. IMIlois
lire 'niniitii so bun r with us yet u litlli'
v lnn till tlio lioi til Willi! makes Its ne
i'iit'.iiii'(l isit nml our inspiration
(disposition to wolk) toturiis."
Il tuny inti'ii'sl Mr Halo to learn
Unit si'li'iillsls liuvo dlscowiod the
existence of u "la.y bug," nml assert
that laziness is n disease instead of u
linil habit ns lins been generally sup
posed. Such bolt g the enso lie should
not leplne, hut take something for
'tiint tired fooling" A mild lolile of
bitrlex iitid hops might answer it's
worth trying' this liot wiutli"r at any
intc. Campbell Citizen.
.mi- to i
l 1 IK'i'ei
Many peoplo from tho country were
much pleased that tho fountain was in
running nnlor during flic Chniltnuipiii.
Tho Mayor find Council are to be com
mended for connecting the fotitilnln
up with tho water.
Tho base bull ns-oclution suspended
business suddenly hist wcoh. Tlioy
paid out In full and tho sympathy of
tho public is willi them.
A now organization urn formed and
limy will play all games arranged Tor
by tho old association.
opportune is u 'i 1 1) i
intlko t In-' mil." f,i
'I'ho li.t iti titu iiti w. is mi ni(iin!il!ci,
aiuws. s icinlly. iiilolleetuall.v .i-.d
3CTanija-'3w.niJUiuiwiat;wtin(JawiMUiwjgi ra'j:u-.g).uu)j'.gwgiJfflwtgiM mrav svww
a I IPfe i"riiKi .
Tho Cowlus t'oiuier has suspended
publication and the good people of
CowL'9 ato onee inoro without a news
paper. Tho Courier iceeived liberal
imtroiiugt' fii'lu I ho inerehunts of
Cowli!h nml it into be rej'ietti'd tint
tho paper failed to muLe good. We
would bo de-llghlld to lillM' every nllO
.Of them on our suliM'iiplioU lit
Wo htn e notieed lately that unto
mobile drivers aro getting on roles,
about liuhtinir tin ii lamps after darU.
We have met several dining the past
few weeks, This ought not to bo for
it will lead to soino serious aeeldenl.
Auto drivers who eomo back to tho
city alter dark mIioiiIiI light their
lamps even tho they have but a few
blocks to go.
Now that it has been thoroly do
monsttated that a Chautauqua can be
maintained at this place and that at a
llnaneial prollt we favor the organ
l.atlon of u stock company for the
purpose of making this Chnutauipm a
permanent all'air. A I'liautauqua is
one of the best adveitiseis a town can
have, it brings many people here and
wo want them to "get the habit." Tho
amount of money niado ly tho pro
moters during the hi'-t thieo yenrs is
enough to have given tho peoplo a line
auditorium. Let the money stay in
Tho numerous llotio eueonulors of
Into movo us to dwell n llttlo on tin
foolishness of using moio physical
forco lu settling dinreuccsof opinion,
'llmo was in the fur distant post that
tho only safe Kutird to life nml proper
ty wiih the possession of n strong right
arm. I.hUt swords uud pistols came
into no but Abraham l.iuivilu showed
what was the tiue wav to tight wheii
fiL )Ue I erlod of his euveer hw received I
ii oliullnnge. lie chose a buslicl of
Xiotntuen for wtupons aud stipulnled
llint the distance npnit slmulil be UoO
When you iceeive u gus insult re
lievo your fi cling by robbing a hor
net's nest or gently caress the south
end of ii mule. Von will feel just as
well tho next moinlug.
Ity the simple inatlicmatical oper
, utlou of putting two and two togothor,
it is apparent Hint Itro. Hale, of tho
. Jtcd Cloud Chief, has bugs. In Ids last
'. Issuo lii! says:
'Why is tliero always a dearth of
iiowb when we are not inspired'.' Why
does tho warm wcathor come in the
.suufmer time, and why aro wo not al
ways nt our best'.' It's easier, far eas
ier, to sit hi tho shade of tho old elm
tree and dream, than it Is for tho editor
to produce articles of human Interest
Jrom tho gentle breezes which fan the
leaves. Jlnt whou gieat drops of per
i,"piraUon drop down tho editorial pen
Pm C.IiiiiI Chiiiitmmiia :t .'iuiccss.
The Chautauqua continued to be the
center of attiaelion lust week. The
attendance was the laigesl on Thins
day when a few more than HOC en
tered the big lent.
Thursday ufternooii the Dis Moines
Symphony orciii'stia gnvo tho preludo
und Mnseol, the odiionted hone, gave
tho principal program. The tuidieiiri
wtisdi lighted with the work of IhU
an I mn I. Apparently In- could add
number running up into the thous
ands with lightening rapidity. Tim
trainer enllod for lumbers from the
nudieiii'i and as fast as tlic-e numbers
wore c.illi'd tlioy were written on tho
black board and immediately tho horse
Would gie tile slim. Wo doubt IT
there weie a half dozen people in the
audience who could add tho' columns
as rapidly as Mascot. Most of us were
bewildered before wo got thru the
second column. Hut did the animal
thiol; or did tho trainer do it all?
This question seems tn have adheienls
on both sides. Many watched tho
trainer carefully but could not dis
cover tho slightest sign given the
animal and yet it seems Inconceivable
that a horso were capatdo of thinking.
Like the lady or the Tiger which wa-.
The evening entertainment, was
given bv the Hes .Moines orchosli a.
Friday the .lubilro singers were here
ntul delighted the peoplo with the
singing of old time southorn melodies.
In tho afternoon Dr. H.S. MwcArthnr
delivered his lecture on Uussln, the
great bear oT tho noitli. Opinions
seem todllVcr on this lecture. Some
considered it excellent butothers were
disappointed After an Intensive
study of ,'.") years on Russia tho speak
er ought to have been ablotocaptlvato
the entire audience. We believe that
had lie contented himself with u live
minute historical sotting, und then
irnVe in detail toe maiiiiois and cus
toms ol tho people of today that tile
people would have been better pleased.
Saturday I.I. iSov. Mnuship of Mis
sissippi delivered his lecture on Slav
cry Hajs." ltut It was evident that
the audienco failed to see the connect
ion between tho speech and the sub
ject or for that matter any subject.
Sunday the Hastings orchestra de
lighted our people with thoir music.
Many express their preference fortho
Hastings orchestra over any other
musical attraction of tlio kind which
lias been hero this season. They
nlnveil excellent music and gnvo a
vnried program. There was plenty
of lire and sn.ip in their music.
In the afternoon Hans 1'. Froeco
charmed tho people with ids descrip
tions of tho Mormon people nnd their
religion. Mr. Froeco was born a Mor
mon and gnvo much insido information
and instruction regardlngtho workings
of t lie Mormon cliurcli. Notwithstand
ing tlie Intenso lieat tho speaker held
his audienco spell bound for an hour
and forty live minutes. Mr. l'Vcoco is
free and easy mi the platform nnd
the' o is something going on from the
moment he commences till he loes.
Tlie last lecture of the eouiso was
delivered by Ur .1. Mverist Catliell on
Abraham Lincoln. It was evident
that the speaker was full of his sub
Jcet. Ho gave the pilticlpnl ovonU of
tho life of Abinhiim Lincoln and many
interesting details of his life not gon
orally found in the histories. lie wus
eloquent, ill uuiu tie. euthuiustle, inter
the management extended public
thanks to (ico. .T. Wanen lovul man
ager of the llell tolephono e.ouipatiy
for the free use of the telephone on
the grounds. This wus u stroke of
enterprise on the part of Mr. Warren
and with much approcltited by the
Thanks were also given to the V. C.
T. l. iho City Council and the School
Hoard for their help in making tho
success of the Chautauqua possible.
Thus closed tho .lid annual lied
Cloud Chautauqua. 'Iho peoplo by
their marked attention and their gen
erous applause indicated their appre
ciation and approval. This has been
a time of rest, education and enjoy
ment. Few of us will be bo able to
enjoy such a feast of good things for u
year to come but as we go about our
work during the next 112 mouths may
we not forget the impetus nnd Inspir
ations which we have received during
the past 10 days. We will fall to re
ceive the highest good from thisChau
tauqua unless wo live up, in a measure
at least, to the high ideals which hnvo
been set before us unless wo use tho
Transfers reported by tho Fort Ab
struct Co. for the week ending Wed
ncsday, August IS, llid'.i.
A. K. Davis to C K. Joyce, lot 0.
Ulk t, lawyers mid to lnavalo
.Jessie IV. Hodges to John Yung,
lot I, aud pait lots 'J, 11, Ulk.
II, Vatiecs add to (Snide Itock,
William Al. Ciabill to V. X.
Uichurdsoii. lot 0. uud south
half lot ft. Mlk. fl. LeDucs add
to Hut Cloud, wd li'OO
Klllo Shockey to Hniestln
Schmidt, part out lot I, llu.v
chows add to I'.luc Hill, wd...
Christ inn F. Albert to Lizzie
Krai, so :i 1-1-1'.', wd
rolled States to llnnunli V
Ueevor, e )j ne ..'l-l-ll, patent
William Adams to (N.'iir Alontn,
part ne U'.'-D. wd
fa 5W7 jaBMF?
g fa W f
vh fi9 IS S r Im
Mortgdgos tiled, Woo.00.
Mortgages rolenied $700.00.
The following is the result oT the
county primary election held Tuesday.
DCMUMIMU' M PCOI'I.CH.
For Treasurer V. 11. Cramer.
For bherltl' Win. Klrlipalrielt.
For Cleric Coo ilitdell
For Suporintendeiit. Aliss Mubol Day.
For County Judge I. W. Fdsoii.
For County Commissioner '.'nil Hts
trlct, Ii, l'isiger.
For Treasurer, W. 11. KoonU.
....(. D. Hedge.
. . .Air. Cnster.
.. . lid. Amuck.
.G W. Hummel.
C'fM.TORffiSTO N'TiONAl. PURE FOOD ANf; DRUGO LAW.
An Improvement over rnanv Cm--:. UtnitHtir4 ' cliiul Itcn.odiss, bccai.-c It r.ds the
systrni (f a cold by aclint' ss a ci,t'..f'o im mviMa. No opiates, l.uar.intccd to Blva
satisfaction or money rcfunriid. Jt, ,. rev' i - i..,Ll; MLDIC1N13 CO.. CHICAGO. U.S.A.
for slb at Cook's ,..:'. i si'o::k.
rfftmaiiwM r tin wwnw.i
Where to go and Where to Buy
.ttti . it r-i i -1 n ! t t
vour While goods, Laces, lLm broidery, Muslin, underwear,
al the right prices is at F. NEWHOUSE'S.
CI For this sale only will sell Suesine Silk al 42c a yd.
For Clerk, . ..'.
For County Coroner.
For County Judge, .
This is the report as ;vo jo to press
today hut the returns will all be In by
next week when we will Ive positive
Tho prlniaiy election ill till city
passed olf quietly. Except for n few
candidates on the streets ono would
not know anything unusual wus going
on. Not over half of tho votots made
use of thoir suffrage rights.
Sale f Embroideries
tJEvcry woman should buy her Laces and
Embroideiics nt this sale to meet her necdo
for months to come. 'SjThis sale lasts for
2 weeks only commencing Saturday, July
31th. PINevcr before have you been
olfcrcd such bargains ns these
Embroidery for Corset Covers, elegant :
patterns finely embroidered goods, 30c
values al 22c. j
Embroidery for Corset Covers,' cross j
bar, finely embroidered. 55c value 30c. j
Flouncings 1 8 inch wide, beautiful cm- ,
broidcrcd patterns, 50c value at 25c. j
Flouncings 27 inches wide, beautiful i
embroidered patterns, 75c values nt 50c. i
36 inch Embroidery, deep work, beau- .
tiful embroidered patterns, $ 1 .50 at $ 1 .00. j
All the rest of our Embroideries are j
marked awav down.
Ladies Ready t wear
IjHavc added lo our slock Ladies Ready
Made Dre-s Skirls and in selecting sizes
have thought of the large folks ns well n
the small ones. Before buying would
like lo have you look our line over as we
arc always glad l. -how goods.
CJHave a few odd sizes
left in Children's white
ready made Dresses
which we will close
ou' at cost. CIThis is
your chance Jo get a White Dress cheap.
All long wristcd Gloves at I -4 per cent
Out to Our. Dollar.
The Lincoln Daily State .lourual
wants u few thousand new trial suh
serlbers and has cut its prico from
now to Jan. J, r.ilO to only $, or diil,
and Sunday both. St.'.'.V This is a
specially low pi ice for such a news
puper and will result inn bitf business.
Tho Journal stops when tlio time is
out so that people need not be afraid
to take one of these special oilers, its
not u trick to tfot jon started. Tim
Join mil has greatly enlarged and im
proved each year and has been liaiug
n wonderful growth in its leaders.
Ueing tlio paper of our state capital it
is especially tho paper for Nebraskans
to rend, aud it lias an especially clean
lot of readers because the paper if-olf
is clean, having cut out all liquor and
objectionable medical advertising.
Tho Journal is thoroughly independ
ent, nnd has been making a detor
mined tight to haveour representatives
at Washington do something to lower
tho cost of living.
If you want to read not only all of
the iiowh of tho world, but a practical,
helpful newspaper, working in the in
terests of tlio masses of Nebraskans
try The Lincoln Journal until Jan. 1,
1010 at this cut price.
Asent for B'atterick PeJ
W- , "a". MFEMS-
. lli!"vnei '' '""'' '" '" Vl' ' ' ' '
He ye imujieiMtr hi all thing.
A few unre m -ii lik' tho li.ivwrnor
of Kaiissn tint ihin's more of hi
oath of olllc than his social club
H.iloon-. do not muko u town a finan
cial succe s if stubborn facts come to
l!et bu-y now election is not far oil',
get good men, those who will see that
the law is onfoiced.
A struggle of thirty live veins with
out money or prestige has a glorious
result, the right shall win.
Work for the home. Clean pure
homes make a clean govermont.
us labor on.
Hill Offers $2,500 Prlie.
James .1. Hill, chaiinmn of the board
of tho Great Northern, has
S'J.noO in gold as prizes to be awarded
for the best grains and grasses grown
in the territory aloiu his lines to bo
exhibited at the National Corn Im
position in Omaha December 0 to Is-.
The money is to bo divided into !Mo
.? "wis wm
' &tts sor
w 1111 Mm
ft SS G mil
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Mb tSi '
The Wisdom of Our Wise Onus.
Wo wonder at the "wisouess" of our
law makers frequently, being too dull
of comprehension to know what some
of their wisdom is worth. The child
labor law Is wort Ii something, we ad
mit, but without provision it i n forces
a hardship upon n very huge number
of parents who uoed tho wnge earnings
of their children but tho worst feature
Is the enforced Idleness put upon an
army of youngsters who would be cm
ployed 'were it not that theie is a
penalty upon tho employer. Agents
hnvo Uited Lallurpe to Inve-tigato
and found thiee violations, lint did
not prosecute- but warned employers
to discharge such help. The-e boys
were earning troui Sid to $ir a month
atulweronot only learning business
demands that would be worth sotm-
tiling to them In after years, but wore
kopt otV tlio streets and away from
the haunt of loiterers and loafers, tho
law virtually enforcing them into uii
deslrublo associations aniT idleness,
the four or live months vacation of
tlio summer giving them a condition
that would discourage a grown man.
Tho loafing habit is to be guarded
against more thuu tho over-work
among tho boys. Tho law should on
forco the school provision that the
child should bo in school for the full
term prescribed, but employment dur
ing tlio vacation should not bo pro
hibited Lallarper, Laliarpo, 111.
tr' -- tw -ftN imw HV ! ff ?C -w,-
M. 1M, -fc - ", "
f 1 carry :i complete line of strictly fresh Groceries,
i and my prices arc such that it will pay you to do jf
(f your buying in this line of us. Only the first-class
(0 brands of canned and package goods carried. w
All staple Groceries in bulk at Bed-rock Prices. W
W f 1 '" u Grocery store more than in anytliing else, yj'f
rt UlGuIllinubZ) i,y,.,., should demand Absolute Cleanliness, (j
DO iiivuieii iiiu -"" ;:i . . . ,, .,,,,. , i . t 1V
. ... Ifil v... ........... I...,, i !..w,..i .... oi i illi'tv ill. un li) tilnt.u ntwl lit. .lll'.. til Iff
nrlzos bv 1'rof. C I Hull of the .Mii.no- y? . ...... ;- ' """'" ?'
' "... . ,. ,, i n..r i ti imtv io sis 1 icaiiines". Hiio siuiiuiiioii nre our iioooi
sota Agrieuiiunii w"h "
Thos. Miaw of the Dakota 1- armor.
Tliero will be about 10 first prizes
for wheat, at", barley, coin, clover,
timothy und alfalfa hay, as well us
prizes for spelt, and Held peas.
Details ol'lho contest will be siip
nllod bv the exposition at Onitilm with-
u a few days and farmers iiuouo.uk
to win some of the IHU uu.ney, should I
wave siunpKs of small grains lu bun
dles us well as the peck samples of
lu addition to offering the pri.o, Mr ,
Hill will arrange to Hssdst the funnels ,
in getting their exhibits tOinlthtt
The contest Is an unu-mil one, b.
causo tin fanner will not haw 1"
eompeto with those lu tl e old utfricii'
tural states, but simply among th. u -'
I selves lis the eolltesv lor air. ...m -
prizes will be open only to tho-e living
along the Gi cat Northern Hues. He
sides tlio prizes aro to ho oilVred by
states, so Montana, for instance will
not huvo to compete with tho highly
dovoloped farms of South Dakota aud
Uosldes Hill money the exposition
offers f.')6,000 In prizes and while com
peting for tho IHU prizes, the exhibit
ors may also win some of tho regular
OcWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
Pliny: It 1b best to profit by the
madness of others.
When Love Grows Cold.
When lovo grows cold thoro aro like
ly to bo hot times around the house.
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j t.ijin.iuiiiiwm'i"" ihiiipiiii in n y iwrmT ir n I 1 J1 - -..-- - .-..
Pnrc JF the chief ingredient W,). M
I gf the active principle, ggg WJ . ) j!
feg and hcalth(uInS,to tJ--v.;. t v j
S POWDER H3 fl
W ihsolttlcly Tare jf '
Insures wholesome and deli- Iff
cious food for every day Jr
1 . n everY home j& I
I V No Pno,P,ulte jtfir H
iBH3mn& No Alum JSBSEEgSSSSSSSSEBSSSi
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