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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1907)
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Especially night coughs. Na
ture needs a little help to quiet
the irritation, control the in
flammation, check the progress
of the disease. Our advice is
give the children Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Ask your
doctor if this Is his advice also.
He knows best. Do as he says.
We publish our formulas
Wo bullish leohd
from our medlolnea
Wo urge you to
ran four years ago, impresses one as
being a man in every sense of the
word. His record as an attorney is
above roproach. He is not a corpora
tion tool, and as will be seen by
an article in another part of this
paper, he is not a pass-taker. There is
no good reason why any Republican
should vote against him. He has
conducted himself as a gentleman and
has not attempted to slur his oppon
ent, either before the primary or since.
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As county-treasurer for the past
two rears Mr. I-'rahm has made a
record of which he may feel justly
1 proud. The work of his oillce has
been kept up-to-date at all times and
. ha" been performed in a very credit-
able manner. He is a genial, whole
souled, good-hearted gentleman and
should receive the liberal support
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If vou think constipation Is of trifline i '.- '""T ":..:":
consequence, just ask yourdoctor. He 'J' wen, ami who ncueves .n
disabuse you of that notion in short
ir. "Correct it, at once!" lie will
say. Then ask mm about Ayer's fins.
A mild liver pill, all vegetable.
MaUo by tho J. O. Ayor Co., Lowell, llui
I'or Supremo Judge
M. H. IIBKSE.
Tor Railway Commissioner
HENRY T. CLARICK, Jit. .
Tor Regents State University
CElARIilW It. AN'DttllSOX.
Vol District Judge'
J. W. JAMKS.
W. C FRAHM.
For County Clerk
K. V. ROSS.
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For County Jmlge
J. S. (I I Ml AM.
NELLIE WEST CASTER.
For Clerk District Court
For County Assessor
II. C. SCOTT.
Yar Commissioner, 3d District
O. W. HUMMEL.
For Commissioner, rth District
Next Tuesday is election day, and as
tho time approaches the indications are
stronger and stronger that the entire
Republican ticket will bo elected. This
year under the primary election law
the people of the county have selected
tho entire ticket with no chance for
the politicians to interfere. There has
been but very llttlediseussion this year
owing perhaps to the fact that the
voter have shown themselves satisfied
with the candidate of their own
choosing. In state politics, we are
atistled that the men chosen by the
Hcpuhliaus are easily the strongest
men and perforin the duties of their
ro-peetlve otliees faithfully and in
tho interests of the people of the
ing one who performs his duty faith
fully and without uunecesssary dis
phiy. K. V. IIOSS.
Mr. Ross, our candidate for clerk, is
so well-known that but very little
need be said in his behalf. He is well
qualified to fulfil the duties of the
otllee. and has been a success in what
ever he has undertaken. His charac
ter Is above reproach and we bespeak
for him the vote of every loyal Republican.
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Those who two years ago, when
Sheriff Hedge was elected to otlice,
were his friends, ldive certainly been
justified in their confidence, lie has
shown himself to be a conscientious
and careful oflleer performing the
onerous duties of his oillce with tact
and in a maimer to rebound to his
credit. Tliero is not one single in
stance in which it can be truthfully
shown that he has been other than
honest and upright both in his charges
to the countv and with those with
whom he has had to deal, either as
sheriff or as an individual. We have
been informed that some of his ene
mies have atteinpted to snow that ho
has made excessive charges in one
case only, but upon investigation we
find there is no grounds for their
complaint and have become convinced
that it is only one of those stories
which after election is over they them
selves will only be too glad to forget;
bringing in as they do innocent per
sons and as those who are most in
terested are among his most loyal
supporters, and are people whose in
tegrity is beyond question. This
should be enough to bettle the ques
tion and in favor of Mr. Hedge.
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Probably no man in the county has
a wider acquaintance than Mr.' (lil
hain, nor are their abilities better
known. I'or this reason we don't
think it necessary that he be given an
extended notice in tlie.se columns, as
say might be super-
and though a young man has suffici
ently Impressed those with whom he
has come In contact and among his
neighbors is very highly spoken of.
For county assessor, II C. Scott, by
reason of his many years of residence
and his having previously been sheriff
has an acquaintance and standing
which Is his' alone.
I'or county commissioner there are
two Republicans running this year
both of whom are very well known.
It was unfortunate that Mr. Sawyer's,
who is running by petition, name was
left off the primary ticket after he
had complied with all the other re
quirements of the law, and the voters
of the primary election thereby missed
the opportunity to choose between
him and Mr, Hummel. Hut that is
something which is past and cannot
now be helped whichever one is elect
ed will make a good officer. They
have both had experience And both are
Billy Elliugor, Billy Hnmbolt and
Billy Tuppor aro on n trip to tho
northwestern part of Kansas to buy!
land. Riverton Review.
A candidate for a county office- was in
town Saturday. This gontlomnn may
perhaps possess all necossary qualifi
cations for tho office desired, but wo
must admit thar a U-dnys stubble of
whiskers, surmounting u colluloid col
lar, does not inspire one with any high
degree of confidence, notwithstanding
that ic has no bearing on the matter at
issue.- Campboll Citzen.
The largest and most enthusiastic W
r. state convention for years was
what we might
Lack of space alone forbids us giving
any lengthy reasons why each of the
Republican candidates "are entitled to
the votes of their partv. Mrs. Nellie
t.ite as a whole. Through .some mis-1 West Caster's work has1 been so satis
liiKU or oveisigm mis si.ne may eieci laeioiy mat sue nus no opposition,
mo socialist as regent of the state Edward Hanson, while comparatively
university to till a vacancy. Forjudge new in the politics of the county, has
of the tonth district, Mr. James, who been a resident for a number of years
THE BISHOP FUR ROBES
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These robes are manu
factured from whole
skins, being the only
house in the world that
makes this kind of a
Call and see them
The Harness Mmn
441 M. WmtHttmrSU
held in Lincoln week before last
delegates were present.
The national president, Mrs. Lillian
M. N. Stevens, was present, and added
much to the dignity, order and interest
of the convention.
On Tuesday evening a four-course
banquet was given to the delegates by
the White Ribbon Shoe Co. Covers
were laid for .'i()0 guests, and there were
no vacant seats. The tables were dec
orated with smilax and standards bear
ing different styles and makes of the
White Ribbon shoes were upon each
table. Each guest was presented with
a rose, carnation or chrysanthemum
After dinner toasts were given by prom
inent people and were much appreciated
During the Thursday afternoon .ses
sion, a telegram was handed to the desk
bearing the greetings of the Commer
cial club of Omaha, one thousand
strong, togerher with an invitation for
the next state convention to meet in
their city. It was voted that return
greetings and thanks be extended.
Dr. Sarah A. Milieu, a lady of prepos
sessing and commanding appearance,
and a noted club woman, paid a high
tribute to the convention, by saying
that they were a body of women after
her own heart. Women of earnestness
and zeal, who reached out for some
thing besides self and a few clothes.
A resolution was adopted censuring
President Roosevelt in connection with
the report that ho had drunk liquor at
the banquet recently given by the busi
ness men of St. Louis.
An Interesting feature of the conven
tion was the dedication of four sinsll
children of Mrs. Hess Gearhart Morri
son, the little son of Mrs. Allen of Lin
coln, and Dorothy Challis, the daughter
of Mrs. Lillian Challis of Omaha. Part
of the ceremony consisted of the tying
on of the bow of white ribbon.
The W. C. T. l yell was given with
.est, when a telegram was read an
nouncing the gift of S1U0 by the Com
mercial club of Omaha.
Over S700 was subscribed for state
work in addition to the proceeds of two
entertainments, and many subscriptions
will come later.
It was universally regretted that so
much money is spent in prosecuting
criminals, and so little in protecting
There are :i,ri,0()0 paid-up members of
the V. C. T. U. in Nebraska, betides
young women's auxiliaries, and lli.OOO
members of the Loyal Temperance Le
gion. The invasion of an army may bo
conxuered, but never tlic invasion of an
Buttons bearing the words "For
Omaha" had been furnished the dele
gation from that city by the Commer
cial club. The delegates had consented
to wear them, if permitted to attach
the white ribbon. They were very con
spicuous, By the practice of polygamy, Utah
has forfeited her rights as a state, and
is therefore not entitled to a senator.
There was a decided change in the
attitude of the saloon element at the
legislature last win tar, they all the time
being on the defensive side instead of
All the newesl. More of them than -g
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that goes with them to make you well 2J
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(Successors to John Griffeth)
Staple and Fancy
A full assortment of Seasonable
Goods kept in Stock.
RED CLOUD, - NEBR.
Canon City, Sunnyside,
and Genuine Nigger
You may bo particular or what
some call "cranky," but OUR
COAL will please you.
Our coal is clean and wo deliver
Bell Tel. (X). Rural Tel. 71
Call and See Us.
We will try to
425 Webster Street.
Bell phono 102. Ind. phono 11
INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM OURBD IN
Morton L. Hill, of LPbanon, Ind.. says; "Mj
wlfo had Inllammntory KhcumatUm In ever;
musclo and Joint: tier Hiiirerlue watt terrible
and her body and face wero swollen almost bo
yond recognition; bad been In bed six weeki
and bad eight pbylclaiis. but rerelvod no
benctlt until slio tried Dr. Detrhon'H Relief for
UlieumatlHm. It khvo Immediate relict and
kIio was nble to walk about lu three days, i am
mire It Raved her life." Sold by 11. E. Grlco,
were being held. Return courtesies
The White Ribbon Shoe Co sent a
telegram of greetings witli success for
Four invitations were received for
the locating of the next state conven
tion, and after a spirited contest be
tween Omaha and Hastings the latter
city won, and it was voted to hold the
1008 convention there. The convention
closed with a grand gold medal contest,
In which there were seven participants.
The medal was won by Miss Martha
Onrlock, of Idaho, who Is now a stu
dent at the Wesleyan University.
Mum. V, L. Smith, Delegate.
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 residvn:e.
Much enthusiasm was created by the
recolving of telegrams of greeting from
ull of the states where eonrentlons
It is claimed indigestion is the na
tional disease. That's why the demand
for Ring's Dyspepsia Tablets keeps in
creasing because they do the work.
Stomach trouble, dyspepsia, iudiges-
tion, bloating, etc., yield quickly. Two
days' treatment free. Ask your drug
gist about them. Sold bj HeMrjCook'a
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