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KWI Cloud - - Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVEKY FRIDAY.
Baterod In tho Poitofflce t Red Cloud, Nob.,
m Second Clsss Matter.
E. B. DkWOLF
..J. O. Caldwell
...ii. 11. von
...J. A. McArihur
Treasurer..... ( ..
Councllmcn tnd ward.-
Supt. Light and Watoi..
Marshal, night....... ...
Cletk niilrlct Court Clco. V. Hutch son
J ud gel 1 . W. Kdion
Clerk . -.-.."OV, U.0M
Treasurer - ....... . C. i rahtn
Attorney I.. H. ItlacklcdRe
HhcrllT O. ). Hedge
Assessor II. " Scott
Hupt. Public Instruction Nclllo Caster
r-nrnnar Dr. K. It. Hall
Hurvcyor co. uvciIiir
lOminiBllOllLTB .......... dm. Vf. u.cillinil
- T.J. Chaplin
(ico. . Iliunincl
W. J. liitVAN, of Nebraska.
fc'or Vice President
,. V. Ivt:itN, of Indiana
Vox Congressman, nth district
FitRi) W. Ashton, of (Irand Island.
A. C. SiiAM.r.MiKiMir.it.
1'or Lieutenant Governor
E. P. G.iiuiKT.
For Secretary of Stato
Dr. A. T. Oatkwooi.
'Wiiii.iAM II. Pittn:.
For Stato Treasurer
IFor Superintendent of l'ublle Instruo
N. C Aiutor.
For Attornoy (Jutienil
IIaiihv II. Fi.Kii.vitrv.
Tor Commissioner of Public Lauds
W. It. Eam'UAM.
For Hallway Commissioner
Wii.i.iam II. Cowuii.i..
For Senator, '.'(Hli district
Ciiaiii.ks 11 Hnsr..
For Representative, HUi district
1'jii:i II. tii;ui..U'ii.
I'or County Attorney
L. II. Ill.ACKf.KIMIK.
Kor Commssiorer, 1st district
Mn.o S. Maiitix.
It li district
Fur.i)i:iticK II. Ci.atti:.
Tin: republican state convention,
which was controlled by tho bunkers,
turned down tho bank guarantee prop
osition despite the earnest efforts of
Governor Sheldon, who sought to have
such a plank inserted in tho platform.
If yon want to send a tnau to tho
legislature who is pledged by his party
platform to work for the passage of
laws that will benefit the people, you
must cast your vote for F. II. Gcrlach,
democratic candidate for representa
tive for tho 44th district.
'Ciias. II. ttKHSK, democratic candi
date for ntute -cantor from the 20th
rfli,tric?t. i- it m-iii vvliii Is wiill niiiiliflnd
for the ro,ilk.n. Tie U not owned by' """ u" "r uu.i puM.go our ear
mv .f '.He -the interests", u'ld will go I U0S ,M,l'Port to said principles and tho
Xo Li ii i hi h s own u.. Ur, prepared
to cany ut th wishes of th
A vc. le lot Mr. I.esM: u.il b u voto
for your best mi
TSl. jS. Maiitin, democratic candidate
Yov county commissioner from tho 1st
llstrlct, has lived in the county for
-many ytars and no man knows better
Hho needs of the county than lie. If
elected he promises to use his intlu--once
to defeat tho Amboy brldgo pro
ject, and promises that Rod Cloud
shall receive her full share of the road
fund. We bellove thai Mr. Martin
will prove a welcome change on tho
board of commissioners, and urgo
vcry voter to give his name sorlous
consideration at tho polls in Novem
ber. A voto for him will bo a vote for
reform in many places where roform
'Smw Facts Aktat F. W. AshtM
"Mr. Ashton como to Grand Islund
fourteen years ago and has been a
practicing attorney thoro over since.
Daring that time he has boon city at
torney for Grand Island, county at.
torncy for Hall county, a member of
Jthe board of education of tho school
district of the city of Grand Island, and
daring the fall of 1000 was oleoted to
'ttJhc Btate Bcnato from tho 17th district,'
'a, republican district. Ho was born at
JJryan, Ohio, February 22, 1871, and Is
-a graduate of tho Michigan agricultu
ral colloge and the university of Mich
?aii, aMr.Ashton favors tho followlug:
'fCariil revision, (down),
Oaaraatoed bank Deposits,
i&egttltfUoa of railroads,
JUectloa ofMaatora 4jr dlreet voto ot
Physical valuation of railroads,
Publicity of campaign contributions.
Ito is opposed to tho following:
Government by injunction,
Centralization of power,
As a member of tho somite he advoca-
ted and voted for the follow ing meas
Two cent passenger rate.
Pure food bill,
Employers liability bill,
Hallway commission bill.
Other reform moasures.
We luvlte the voters of tho Fifth
congressional district to Investigate
tho rocord of Mr. Ashton, particularly
whllo a member of tho roform legisla
ture of 1007. Ho has shown that he is
in sympathy with all reform legisla
tion and ready to tako the lead in en
acting into laws those measures which
will give to tho people that which has
boon and Is boltig withheld from them
by tho Interests. We ask you to judge
him by what ho has done.
We also invite you to investigato tho
rocord of congressman Uoorge W. IS'or-
rls, the opponent of Fred. W. Ashton,
Mr. Norris is sorviug his third term in
congress. During all or tills timo what
has he done for tho people?
Ho voted for a ship subsidy bill,
Ho voted for the Aldrich-Vreoland
Ho voted to ovorrlde the veto of Pres
ident Roosevelt, (see cong. roe. GOth
coug. 1st session, p. 7l7l).
Ho votod for Mr Cannon for speaker
of tho house
He voted to put into tho spoakers
hands the power to defeat tho policies
of President Roosevelt,
Ho rofusod to join with tho demo
crats and put wood pulp on tho freo
Ho has followed the leadership of
Ho has refused to follow the leader
ship of Senator LtiKollette.
Do you not think as a Roosovolt re
publican or a Ilryan democrat that it
is timo to call a halt'.' If you want
your interests ropresentnd you must
vote for Fred W. Ashton and against
George W. Norris.
If Mr Ashton is elected and tho
house is democratic he will support nil
measures endorsed by the national
platform, hut should tho house bo
republican, ho will support nil le-
lorm legislation regardless of party
ties, and is Mr. Cannon is a candidate
for speaker ho will use his best efforts
to defeat him, and put in the chair a
man who represents tho people as dts.
tiuguished from a representative of
A vote for George W. Norris is a vote
for special interests.
A vote for Fred W. Ashton is n vote
for tho people
Committee i F. C. Ilaboock,
C. 10. Harmon.
DEM0CR4TIC STATE PLATFORM
Tiik democratic platform, adopted nt
the state" convention Tuesday, is one
that makes specific declaration of prin
ciples. Th platform adopted Is as fol
We, tho representatives of tho dem
ocratic party of Nebraska, in conven
tion assembled, reaffirm cur beliof in
and pledge our support to the princi
ples of the party.
We rejoice at the signs of democratic
victory in state and nation.
We give unqualified approval of the
candidates nomlu-ited and for the plat
form proclaimed by the national con
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nominees of suld convention. Partlc-
' ullir,i' Rratifyiug to tho democracy of
Nebraska is the nomination of Kebra -
ka's first democrat, William J. Bryan
for the presidency of the republican
otllce lu tho occupancy of which hie
, quaMtles as n statesman will work tl.o
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welfare of our nation, in measure as'
I.I j ..,i..,.., i n ., , ,
ut advocacy ?f the cause of humanity I
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has challenged the attention and won '
the approval of the lovers of liberty In
all the world. In this contest, John
W. Kern, of Indiana, wo behold a
man and democrat worthy of the po
sition he now occuplos in the demo
cratic party. In him we recognize a
man largo of heart and brain, fitted in
every way for tho duties and respon
slbilitios that will devolve upon him.
We pledge tho people of Nebraska
that If our stato and legislative tickets
shall be successful in this campaign, a
democratic legislature will enact, and
a democratic governor will approve the
BTATK HANK OUAHANTY.
First A law under which tho state
banks shall be required to establish a
guarantee fund, under stato supervis
ion and control, for the prompt pay-
ment of depositors of any insolvent
stato bank, under au equitable by&tem
which shall also bo available to all na
tional banking institutions of this stato
wishing to tako advantage of it
Second o are in.favor of the fol
lowing amendments to the present rev
First A law to provide for tho olec
tion of tho precinct and township as
sessors by tho people.
Second A law providing that iu the
equalisation of assessment by the state
board of equalisation, the aggregate
j footing of the auesemont as
by the various counties shall not lo
Wo condemn the practice of the pres
ent stato board of equalization and
assessment in raising tho aggregate
valuation of tho stato as returned by
tho various counties. This act is in di
rect violation of the spirit of tho pres
ent revenue law.
Third Wo domand that tho railroad
commission shall bo given the power
to take a physical valuation of tjic
property of the public service corpora
tions in tho state.
Fourth Tho democratic party favors
the extension of agricultural and me
chanical education. Wo therefore fa
vor a law establishing an agricultural
college lu the western part of the state
and liberal appropriations for charita
ble and educational institutions in the
KOll IIOMi: llt'l.K '
Fifth Wo ure in favor of tho demo
cratic and American principle of homo
rule. Wo aro in favor of enacting such
laws as will glvo tho citiosof Omaha
and South Omaha tho right of local
solf government and to that oud we
favor such legislation as will allow
thoso cities to absolutely control their
A soldiers pension is u soldiers right
and is and should bo his .to. prize and
on joy. Not to bo nloniuted by law from
him or by arbitrary rule or command
of thoso ofllcinls entrusted with tho
dutlos of superintending and tnanuglng
tho soldiers and sailors homos of tho
stato. Wo, therefore, favor tho passogo
of (a law placing tho management of
theso worthy public institutions in tho
hands of a non-partisan board to tho
ond that such management bo removed
from tho touch of politics and that
ovory right lu law or justice bo reserv
ed to thoso who won tho nations grat
itude by the dofenso of tho tuitions
Wo favor tho rocout primary law, but
favor its amendment so as to enable
tho voter to moro clearly und easily
expross his choice.
Wo commend tho work of tho demo
cratic and populist members of tho
Inst loglslttturo by enforcing tho pass
ago of tho two-cent faro law and other
roform legislation euactod by that
Order To Show
Si-Air. oi: Ni:iii!ii"KA, i
Wi:iisn:it CoUNrv. f
In Tho County
At a County Court held at tin-County
Court room in and for said county Frl
September, 11th, A. I)., 1DIK
I u the matter of the estate, of Marg
aret Lightfoot Deceased
On reading and filing the petition
of Kdwa-id Leroy Kicker, Hied on the
Uth day of Sept. A. 1) , VMS, praying for
the examination and allowance of his
final account of the same date, n decree
of assignment of the lands belonging
tosald estate to the persons entitled to
the same, and thereupon an order dis
charging lii in from further burden and
service in his said otllce as executor.
(i!di:iif:i, that Thursday the 8th day
of October A. I), HH'S, ut one o'clock
p m , Is assigned for hearing said peti
tion when all persons interested in
said matter may appear at a County
Court to be held iu und for said county
and show cause why prayer of petition
er should nut be granted; and that no
tice of tho pendency of said petition
and hearing thereof bo given to all per
sons interested in tho said matter, by
publishing a copy of this order, in the
lied Cloud Chief, a weekly newspaper
printed in said county, for three con
secutive weeks prior to said day of
(bk.ai,) O. C. Thai, acting .
nkr T Shtw tease.
Statk ok Nkhhaska ) In The County
Wkiistkk Countv ( Court: . .
At a County Court held at the County
Court room in and for said county Mon
day September Slst A. D., 1HII8.
In the matter of the estate of Charles
F. Ileal Deceased,
On reading and filing the petition of
John I. Ileal praying that admluistra-
nun ui oinucaiiHii iiuy uc ifruuicu mm-
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self, as Administrator, and that he be
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discharged as guard an of said Charles
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Ordered that Thursday the 15 d y
of October A. D.. 1008. at one o, clock
p. m., is assigned for hearing said pe
tition, when all persons interested in
said matter may appear at a County
Court to beheld in and for said County
and show causo why prayer of petition
er should not bo granted; and that
notice of the pendency of said petition
and the hearing thereof be glyen to all
persons interested in said matter, by,
publishing a copy of this order in the
Red Cloud Chief, a weekly newspaper
printed in said county, for three con
secutive weeks prior to said day of
I W. Edbon
(skai.) County Judgo
promptly obtained In all countries, or HO) inc.
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Strive to Please.
WHEN IN OUR CITY flAKE OUR
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Amack 8 Chancy
Pinculcs for the Kidneys, 30 days'
trial 81.00. Hundreds of people testify
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-,,-, ,.,, .,, i .i wife ,had inflammatory-Hhoiimathm In cvef j
relief of kidney troudle, rheumatism, ' mukdo and olnts her suffering was terrible
lutnlmtro hneknche Pinnules net ,11. 1 auJJ"or body and faco were swollen almost be
lumungo, uacKaun. i intuits uci ui ( Jond recoRulilou: had been In bed six week
rectly on the kidneys, purify tho and had eight physicians, but received no
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by Henry Cook. Dnigr'st,Red cloud.
The only baking powder made from
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar, the
officially approved ingredient for
a wholesome, high-class powder
There h i greafer deception In the sale of baking powders than ever before.
Closely observe the label cad be certain of getting Royal.
CHILDREN'S ROMPERS or creepers made of a good grade dark blue cbainbray at 50c
LADIES' HOSE. Hlack and tan lace hoso at 25c. Children's hose, black or tan, at 12 1-2, 15 and 25 cent
DRESS GOODS. For school dresses a nice lino at 15c. 30 in. wide half wool, all colors, at 25c
BLACK SILK. 30 In. Black Taffeta Silk at $J.OO 30 in. Ulack Peau de Sole Silk at$J,50
PERCALES. 30 in. percales at 10c yd. Large line new Calicoes. Bordered Calicoes. "
COTTON BATTS. A lot74x84 light, fluffy, clean cotton at 85c roll
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REMNANTS. A few remnants in all grades of
Bitterick Patterns n
AU the Phonos
"I'inesalvc carbolized acts like apoul
tlce. Quick relief for bites and stlug
of insects, chapped skin, cuts, burns
and sores, tan and- sunburn. Sold by
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