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Rod Cloud - - Nebraska.
PUULISHKD KVKKV TIILMtsDAY.
Entered In tlic roMofliiu nl Hod Cloud. Neb..
nr Second I'Irmi Mntttr
C. . HA LB
ONLY DrMnCltATH' l'At'Ul IN
!ourcJ)iucii, iKt wnid .
Councilman i'ml wnril
KU-clrlr llitlit ,S naliM "in
.. II. I'ottir
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,1 A. McAriliur
I. II. Bulky
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.1.. M. (iaril
Nibscribo for the (.'Ilk1'.
Tim Columns "f the Cmi I nto Oj'cti
for legitimate advertisements of nil
hindb. 0(iiilllit("f. n-gnrdk"-sof party
iitlllliitlnii, are iveR'nmo t tisij thcf.e
columns. Pi lee of iitinotineotnetit t.".iHi.
I hereby nmiotiho myself eandi
date for the nomination of Sheritl' of
Webster county subject to the will of
tlio Democrat and Peoples Independent
electors at the Primary election Aug.
17th., 1!0!). and most respectfully
Mdicit your support. IS W. Cofi.rv
We ar Authorised to auounce that
Win. Kirk piitrick will be a candidate
Tor the nominee of Sheriff by the
Democrat and Peoples Independent
parties at Primary election August
Wo have been Authorized to an
nouncolthe Candidacy or W. 11. Cramer,
Jor the olllco of County Treasurer,
subject tortile will of the Democrat
unil Peoples Independent parties at
the primary election August 17th. llKK).
Wc have been J Authorized to An
nounce the Candidacy of K. W. Koontz
for the olllco of County Treasurer,
Mibjeot to the will of Ilepubliean
voters tolbe expressed at the primary
election Augist 17th. 1D00.
I will be u t'andlduti' for Tieasurer
ot Webster County Nobiusltn, subject
to the will of the Republican Electors
at the Primary election August iTth
11)011. Respect fully, .1. P. tiRiMi s.
' Poll TKPASl'KPi:.
Wo are aiithorlod to unuoiiiuv tin
name or Dr. II. P. Unities as a candi
date tor the Humiliation for the olllco
of Treasurer ofjWibster County, sub
ject to the will of the Republican
electors at the pi hunt y election to be
held August 17. ll)oi.
W1 I. .11. ... i
Wo, have been Authorized to an
nounce thfi name or O. A. Arnold, of
lllue II ill, '.for nomination of County
Treasurer, subject to tho will of the
Democrat and Peoples Independent
voters at the Primary election August
Cor NT Y CLEKK.
1 heieby announce inysclf'iisa candi
date for re-election as county cloth, on
tho republican ticket, subject to the
decision of the voters at th primary
election to be held August ITtli. IW.'
E. W. lloss.
0. D. HEDGE.
Owing to the uigciit solicitation of
his many fiieiuK o I). Hedge has de
cided to make tho run again for the
nomination for sheritl' Mr. Hedge
feels that on account of hlse.porience,
he Is in a position to render the county
enlcient service, lie has conducted the
olllco which he has held for two
terms most creditably, and has proven
himself to b one of Webster county's
very best olllcers. This notice appears
in order that all his friends may know
that he will accept the nomination if
they want him.
Esperento is receiving such wide en
dorsement that wo feel it incumbent
upon us to add our own This lan
guage is spoken by over a hundred
thousand and is adding pupils by the
hundreds daily. When one considers
tlio ease with which peoples of tlio
world may converse by means of the
only scientittc language in cxhistenco
he becomes enthuiasttc over its possi
bilities, l.cnru one language besides
your own and you can coincise with
citizens of any country.
Several of tho larger universities,
notably Chicago university, hnvo al
ready placed Esiietento in tho course
of study but wt should be much better
pleased to have it taught in the com
Cleveland, Ohio, decrted that no lire
ivorkb of any description should be
sold or used in that city thU year ex
cept under supervision of the city
authorities. There a storm broke
loose from dealers who wished to
double their money by selling giant
firecrackers and blank cartridges.
That was a part of their business and
a fruitful source of profit and what
i-nivil they If thought les-, bn.vs plnyi'ii'tlml ff tliN Is to bi nvohhrl tin- duties'
with Ilic? A few lnuidii'il Anu-rii'iiti
boy.s tii'irc or l(s would not inula'
tnttrlulillereiiro anyway mid besides
thinlt of the income.
We are firmly cotivltifi'd tlmt every
stuf o in thf union should puvs string
out laws regulating tlio use of high ex
plosives mid that tlio miinufncttiro of
dangerous 1'oiirt li of .Inly noise ntulc
ors should bo ubholutely prohibited.
.lust on the eve of another political
battle we wish to innUo a few observa
tions, nightly considered tills gov
ernment of ours is a business- proposi
tion. Wo should vote In the same
nmuiier as we run our business or con
duct our farm A vote should be a
rcglbtcrof judgment. I localise John
Doe has been u good neighbor and has
pi eformed many little favors for voti
is no reason why you should vote for
him if von honest I v believe the other
man Is the best one tor the olllce. A
vote is public property and you have
no right to pay your private debts with
public proper! J. What hind of ii jrov
eminent would e lmo if every voter
would ban" Ins Judgment on the color
of a man's eyes or the breadth of his
smile'.' Would you employ tlio ser
vices of any one and pay the fee out
of your own pochet simply because he
was a good fellow-.' No? Then vote
for tho man of ellleioney, the man who
will mahe good ami remember when
you vote your vote counts one. "Ono
of tho best ways of serving one's fol
low men is to register a correct judg
ment on election day."
"IT you see a tall fellow ahead of n
A leader of men marching fearless
And you know of a tale whose mere
Would cause his proud head to in
anguish be bowed,
It's a pretty good plan to forget it.
If you know of a thing that will
darken the joy
Of a man or a woman, a girl or a boy
That will wipe out a smile or the least
A fellow, or cause any gladness to cloy
It's a pretty good plan to forgot it.''
PP.EACHEI! STIRS COP TO ACTION-
Sees Men Drinking In a Saloon, and.
Calling a Policeman, Causes
I'ltH'diieing bim-'i'lf as the llev Def
ter t M . llnii;.' ivvnul. the temporary
pitstoi ;l' thel'hiin hnl thelloly Apost
le, a niidil'e aj;( il Ii an approached
Pat r ! mail jsimIi i b.-i ' of '.he old West
Twentieth sheet station, at tin- corner
of Twenty sith street and Ninth ave
nue lust evening, ami declared that
men were. drinking in a saloon near
by. The saloon he specilled was at
JfeS Ninth avenue.
The pastor asked the policeman if It
was lawful, and was told that only
Haines law places were allowed to re
main open on Sunday After hearing
the pastor's complaint Patrolman
Sodcrberg accompanied him to the
saloon in question. There according
to the patrolman four men wero found
at tlio bar. Three were drinking beer,
lb,, bluecoat thought. In the back
room twelve other men were found, he
Sodcrberg arrested the bartender
and too); him to tli old West Twen
tieth street station, where he was
locked up on tho charge of violating
the eei-e law. He said he was
Thomas Kelly ot ss Ninth avenue,
pail owner of the saloon.
I he above named I'atrolman isasou
of Louis Sodcrberg a former tesident
of this city.
WASIIING10N LI II LP.
Senator Aldrich witli more frank
ness perhaps than it characteristic an
nounced his belief, when tho corpor
ation tax proposition came up in tlio
Senate, that it would be repealed with
in two years. He explained that in
his estimation tho taritV bill would
yield ample rcvenuo after that time,
and that tho continuation of the cor
poration tax would prove prejudicial
to the protect! vo system. In the esti
mation of many able judges, including
no less capable a. statesman than Presi
dent Taft, the Senator from Rhode Is
land Is wholly mistaken in ids pre
diction. It is tho belief of Mr. Taft
and of a number of able judges in both
houses of Congress that onco tho cor
poration tax is graven upon the sta
tutes it will remain there, that tho
force of public opinion will be too
strong ever to permit of Its repeal.
As to whether or not It will prove a
menace to the protective system is a
question determined by each nuin's
conception of that system. To men of
the old school of Kepubllcanlsm, like
Aldrich, Halo and a host of otliors, it
certainly will, for from their stand
point anything which must tend to
tho loworlng of the protective duties
constitutes a menace to protection.
To men of the more modern school of
Kepubllcanlsm, like Taft and many
members of his cabinet, tho salvation
of the protective system rests on tho
gradual lowering of the duties. They
arguo that the continued maintenance
of tho existing high rates must inevit
ably result in turning the great volunto
of consumers against the tariff and
must be gradually lowered. Piesideiit ,
Tuft and those who espouse his view '
will not. however, quarrel with Mr
Aldrich's prediction. They aie sulll
clently thankful to secure the services
of the able Ilepubliean leader at this
time to get the corporation tax on the
statute books and are entirely content
to deal with any eirort he may make
to repeal it, when that time comes.
A majority of the Democratic Sena
tors will vote for the corporation tax
for the very reason that Mr. Aldrich
dislikes it. They share tho view of
President Taft that onco enacted the
tax can Merer bo repealed and that it
will soon yield so ample a revenue as
to make a reduction of tho protective
duties imperative. They buliovo siu
eerclr tli.it Mr. Aldrich and others oi
Ills school have failed to keep pace
with the uunulur sentiment of the
country, that they do not realie the
OMtont of tho demand for lowerduties.
that they attach far too little import
mice to tli popular sentiment unit
corporations, most of wliich arcdircct
ly or indirectly benellciaries of tho
tariir, should contribute their share to
the expenses of the government. Even
now a number of corporations are pro
testing violently against the enact
ment of the Taft tax and the Demo
crats seem to realize fur more keenly
than tho Ilepubliean leaders that one
corporation with ample funds to pay
tolegraph tolls can make a ten times
more noisty protest than one hundied
consumers whose enforced contribu
tions to tho protected manufacturers
have left them with hardly stilllcient
ready cash to pay for a ten word tele
gram between them. Nothing but
Ilobson's choice betwecti tho corpora
tion tax and tho Income tax would in
duce the Ilepubliean leaders to vote
for the corporation tax at this time.
To tho Democrats, on the other hand,
the corporation tax amounts to half a
loaf, for practically all Its provisions
aro contained in the income tax
amendment fathered by Senators
Hailey and Cummins.
Army otllccrs are greatly rejoiced
over the first modification of the ninety
nitlo ride prescribed by President
Iloosevelt as it physical test for all
Held olllcers. Tho Secretary of War
lias determined to make eseeptious in
the ease of certain senior olllcers of
t ho ordiiauco department and the oiikm
neer corps, and of all oiliors win.
have reached the ago of sixty-two
These uill be required to take the ride
but silicons inakiiig tho Mibscttciii
di3siuil examination will be instruct,
cd to ho far nunc lenient with I li.-ui
than with the younger men and olliecr-.
ol' the line. Another chnngo w inch K
conlldeiitly oxpected is an equal divi
sion of the tweiity-one-hour period dur
ing which the ninety miles niii-i be
coveted. Into threo equal parts instead
of, as at present, requiring that one
lap of thirty miles bo made in .i.
boms. Of course these changes are
not particularly radical, but they are
taken by army olllcers to indicate that
'President Tah is disposed to be more
reasonable in his demands for physical
prowe.s on the part of army oilleers
than was his predecessor
Reverting to the tariff, some inter
esting facts were brought out in the
debate regarding the growth of tea in
South Carolina, senator Tillman
asked tho Senate to impose u duty of
ton cents a pound on this commodity
in order that the industry might be
further developed in his State His
motion was defeated by a vote f .':, to
Is, but Senator Smith of .Maihind
gave notice that at the proper time he
would move to ainond the bill by pro
viding for a bounty of ten cents a
pound on tea grown in this country,
and in the course of his remarks he
pointed out that at the present time
South Carolina produces more tea each
year than was grown in tho island of
Ceylon In 187.1. and yet Ceylon now
grows a sulllcieut amount to supply
the entire demand of the U. S.
itoiits or,.si:nvici: atm. i:. niutcir.
Sauiiat ii SiaivictN.
Sunday School 10 A.M.
rrt'iit'litni; 11 A.M.
I'lasR nicetliiK m.
Kjiwortli Icauue 7 i. m.
I'rcaclilin; hi', M.
l'rayer nicctlnu Wednesday c minus I M.
I.ndlcs Aid I'rldiiy J 1'. M.
Your iirchcnrc Is n-iupsliil and n cordial
Ins It it on Is extended to all.
M.T. srn i i.i. a l'astor.
Hocus ot' sr.isvwt: at co.iui:.
TioNALriiruuir. s.viiiivrH smivicKs.
rrcacliliiK iu:lj a. in.
Illlile Sfliool, 11! nn
l'rcachlng services 8 p. in.
l'rayer and Conference mcetlni; Wcdius.
day nt 8 p. in.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to all.
Ui;v. A. A. Ciii:ssman l'astor.
ouAci: (i:tqscof.r.) church
Uev. .1. Ml Hatt-H, 1'nstor.
.Service tlio first two Sunday In each
Holy communion at iiioriihiK services on
Sunday school at VI o'clock every Sunday.
Mr? K.1 1. Smith, .Superintendent.
For Headache. Biliousness
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FOIl SALE AT COOK'S DUIU STOUIO.
V'.wT - 1 -
Gesturing Over tho Wire.
"It was the ronstunt vesturing of
that Mlovv at the other owl of the
wire that muile It o Infernally hard to
untch what he saUl." growled, tho man
who luid boon wrestling with tho tele
"How in the world could you tell hu
was nuiklim gestures?" asked tho In
"lly the Jetky way the words camo
over the whe. Mny people get so
excited when -telephoning that they
gesture as frantically as If they wero
talking to a man face to face. Their
bouncing around and sawing tho air
breaks the voice and the uentencea
come over the wire In fragments. 1
have talked with so many peoplo who,
I learned later, were dancing a jig at
the other end of the wire that I al
ways can tell when that gesticulating
Is going on."
Course of Justice in the Punjab.
In his leport on the administration
of tho police of the Punjab In 1907
the lieutenant governor states that
the more seilous the eiline the greater
tho chance of escape Horn law. Con
victions were obtained In only II per
cent, of the murder cases, whorena
they were obtained In G4 per ceut. of
tho attempts to murder and In 71 per
cent, of tho cases of culpable homi
cide. Tho district magistrate at Jul
lundur states that It is getting harder
every year to obtain a conviction In
tho seslsons court, tho plea ot enmity
raised against tho prosecution being
generally held to sufllco to throw
doubt on tho Btatements of tholr wit
nesses. Calcutta Statesman.
Not Very Useful.
A man who stuttered bndly went to
a specialist and after ten difficult les
sons learned to say quite distinctly:
"Peter I'Jper picked a peck of picklod
peppers." His friends congratulated
him upon this splendid achievement.
"Yes," said tho man doubtfully, "but
It's s-s-siich a d-ddeucedly d-d-dltllcult
reni-mnrk to w-w-work into an ordl
nary c-c-convetsssa-tlon, ' know."
Would Not Grasp It Readily.
"Mr. Plume," said tho German
friend, into whoso section tho under
taker had lately moved IiIh business,
"do you think you will grasp tho Ger
man language readily?"
"Hardly," responded tho jovial un
dertaker, slapping his friend on the
back. "You see, your language Is not
a dead one!" Uohemian Magazine.
In tbe Shop,
Tlio lady hnd looked at about twenty
trunks without finding ono to her sat
isfaction. At length tho salesman sug
gested that If alio could glvo him an
Idea of what she had In mind ho might
bo ablo to suit her.
"I want," said tho lady, Impressive
ly, "a smaller trunk than this, but ono
that holds more." ,
Unless you have seen the
finished composition, you
can have no idea of the
richness and beauty of
Sucsine Silk 45c. yd
tJIWhen made into a wed
ding gown, dance dress or
Always with the name SUES1NE SILK
marked plainly on the edge of every yard
of the genuine.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
031"!1 - 3B?fllBM'.mm
lseases made some experiments
to see what effect clothes had on th
of his subject.
He found that badly fitting or shabby clothes
were more or less depressing; that if he put a
I man into good clothes, well-fitting, good style,
!of good quality, the whole man was"loned up;"
, felt better, worth more to himself, to his work,
to the community. It was clearly proved that
clothes are an intellectual and moral force.
In that case, just think how much the general
level of any community is affected and improv
ed by such clothes as these Hart Schaffner &
Marx suits we're selling. You may not have
realized it before, but this store is doing this
town a lot of good by bringing such clothes here.
Suits $ 1 8 to $40
5 AY. niSTERI
J Do you know that it will pay YOU, as
5 well as US, to buy your Building Ma
terial and Coal nt ourynrds? Not only
that our prlcea
luttBt hs low, iijf inoso or our competit
ors, but because wo tako especial care
of and protect all can be classed as
I PL ATT &
2 CTm&3 GSSS&mmP
ago a famous
expert in nervous
average lower, or at
FREES CO. I
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