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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1909)
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Ked Cloud - - Nebraska.
PUBLISH HI) KVKKV Tlll'llslV.Y.
ntorsil In tin- I'uMlnillie nt 1'wl I'loml. Ni-i
us Him iiiii) ( Ias Mutter
0. It. HAM
OM.V HI'Mni It TH' I'.M'MI IS
w i nsi i ut or.vn
llcmciratfc nml l.c!r.s
JMrty I Ic.Ktst
For Judge f I In supreme t'otirt -
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.l.,l. SI I.I.I VAN
.1. IJ. DHAN
Vor Regents of state I'liivorMly
iiAUN'iiv v.. n i:vhkakc 1 1
lor dimly Treasurer
tt'.ll. (JIJA.MHU "Hod Clmt.i
Knr County Clerk
(JHOIJOHIIAWJM . . .Heel nntiil
l'Dr Kite riff -
UM. KIUKI'ATUKK .. liuldv Itiiiik
Kor County Hiipi-i-liiU'tTiletit
MISS MAIlKIi DAV k! Clouil
UW County Judge
I. W. F.lisoX Ked ( l-iii i
for CoiuiNf.iiiii r ivi'oml Pist -
h. ristoi'.i: niuf inn
ci ri 1 1 kirr
l-'or Cmi I il'li- i . Si n
For Asm w,r I. Vnincm
lhv Jiisiiit' -f l'i u W'm Mm-km
HEI) I'Uil U TuWNMill' I IiKKV
For Roinl Ov.mm ir. Jami- M Imo-ii
Vor Anscmoi- .. .rnti.t.i s(it km.i .ti;
We wish In state to til" voters nf
Wi lister i-iiiii t.v Unit (ieorgo llndell
ill" i-imiliiiiiii- fur County cleric If
el. end in tin- iiilli-c pit'iijroH himself t'
pi'i fr rui Mm- duties if I hf olllt'e in n
siiiliiiiii fi iiiiiiiiili'iil niliiini-i' to
cri,(iini' it ml In- is fully enmpetenl in
every wny to do o. , In I i tit of wwl.
I't'liMMIKH ' lichns In-ill doing for tin- rn-.f tvnnt.
- 'i'irh hlis I I'm it (Timil tritming In fill
mi iii.- riiitii- ir thu "ii'.i f. Wi-iiti-i
I'ontity lnis I t-i ii lil liuiiii- fur I In- in-i
"M wnrs nml mi rloiilit iiP'iily t i
lllllf.Ilt.lIflfilH 0. tills CMlll.ty IlKS ITH'l lihn nt
Homo tlmt dm lug 'lils pi-il'i'l We he-
liove In- linn iiim i.f tlm htrgesl ttiim
hcis of friends ' iin, eitudidnte noml
imli'il lor this nee nml that they will
vole fur III in nml i-li'it him Cmmly
I'lerlt 'I'lii'Mlny. Niivi'iiilu'i' -nd.
pap i unit u
Cotiventii.its galore 4'd week iind
lied (lmiil ftitiiislifs nioii- I htm her
ijuola of delignteH us usual
Tho foot hull L'liim- wilh I'm ni; 1 in
iiiiiiiids us thai 'IVddy Hiiil that the
giiiMliion was no phu-e for the weuls
I i 1 1 3-T i' for mamma's darling. Surely
if u hoy e.seapes with his lifo from mi
ordinary fool ball game there is reason
to helievo that. he may .survive the
Do not forget that there is a County
Commissioner to eleet ut thiH eleet ion.
ALso do imt foiget that Mr. I. Pisiger
will make an excellent ollleinl. Mis
Imsiiii'ss ('.ptiii-iii'i noil his long ivb
ili'iii'i' in tin' i-ounty pu i iniiiciitly lit
him for tin" position Mr. Pisii'i's
ii'CQril is a rcuil oiii'. Ili'snri' to votn
Mr. Win. Kirl.patrii'Ic posn'ssos nn
miMillii-il ropiitutioii kh'uh-iI from his
llUsllU-ss 1-i-l.ltioIIH wilh lllllllllVlls or
punpli' during tho past twenty year.
TIiito in no mii-stloii or doubt but
what lu would tiso the saino honor
amiability in tho ollli'i- of SlioiitV
.should tin- pi-opk- ilii-t him lo that im
Most of our I'M'hanKi's ai i lii'Kliuiiii
to i i-.-i liu that with the prico of papi'i
so IiIkIi they miisi im.Tia.st tin prloo of
siibsm-iptlon. With oiitst'lvfs wo liutil
ly soi- how i i'n ii moid raising tho
prloo tnuoli lijiigol'. Aldrii-h uml Can
noli hud things I hrlr mn way and uo
ni it-. I Hiibmlt. Wo oiintint hi-lp whhlmt
thai tho i-ni in-oi ni lit i y b d th' iivi!
oilpo of vtt iiir wlii'ti 11 niiiin limit for
tin n ro-i-li otimi s i vm uldn't do il
ihiliK to tin to ' Wo ll.lVC III i h inti to!
liij' t.i hi.w iii. . f. nib in. iii up I .t
lll'l- I III I I ( ltpllilll till J'l" i . I i v
iiiiii-lli.i ill .i "i i i 1 1 il i'u'i tiMil I ! i ii
toolli pi I .iln.. do I ni I. ill- I '
,in in. i Kim ni. : 1 11 .
in'miiia 'o ill i,ii ii..- WI it .
w ant lo iii.t. o oh .ii linvw i i t,i
t ll( ' lltlVI'l 1M l I jl I l" lit I III I
mil ' aih it. i .
Vtlmt a ilitrortMico n lojilitnt'on
! UliikiH in tho fuiliiiiis of Miliulif. iiiili
1 viduaK. Tbb. obbervatiun was foroi-d
1 upon us tho otbor diy in conversation
with one of our oiti.i-iis. .Men lilio
liryati. Dr. Ciioli. l.al'ollot and i-itlu-r-('ommaiid
their thotisaii Is lor dolivur-iiif,'-
addios'i's tin limit I he country
while many a man talks all tho ti inl
and dut'i not receive a cent for it.
The Constitution declines that all men
art) eieated iqual but it does not goon
and declare, thai all men should receive
uipial i enumeration for their speech.
It may hctluil wo can use reasons
which Mr. Ilrjaii o,lvos lor his success
in the solution of this problem. In
an inteiview not Ioiik iifju bo stated
that he owed his success to two inllu
uiioos oiio of which was preparation
and the other chance. Those two
inljuuices enter hugely into every
man's life ami faceinlngly both are os
Hernial. Wo may bo propaied to talk
learnedly i.n chaustiugly upon u
subject bill in vor have the ohaiico to
charge "' much pi r hour for our
iihililx. "some can, some can't
S. J. CUNNINGHAM
Successor to Dr. J. S. I: WIG 1 1
M the old stand over the
Slate Bank. Phci.e13fl.
Wintitnuiiiiti .Set men').
L d.-i I. a Ilu ,, in ' nt 1 1 i i'Ii
of i 'n il iiiiiniiitiiv lli i In- v, II iim.
out iM'iint ' ( h.Hitii"ii i . - .'ion'- oil
I In- 1'ai'iiibiteos of .le-tti ln-Kt." nn
Simdiiy nitthts at thoCliri'ti.ui tiiuroli.
hoKbiiiitiK nest Lords day, Oct. 'ii,
?:.J0 p. m. Titles lo some of those '
jjroiil sertuons mo as follows: "Pn.ru- '
do of lli.s Smrilloc,'' "I'artulox of Ills j
SoinIoo." ' Paradox of Mis l.ovo," Pain-.
dos or His Idealism,'- "Paimlox of Ills'
Poi-miii." These sermons have com- j
tiiaiiilod tho admiration of many mult i
tiulcs. Vou are asked to hoar them.
The mottling sermons will maintain
their present high slaiulaid. Good
music, hoatsireo. All rim vices opc-n ;
to tho public. Ciiiiio. J.. An. lit ssoM.. I
Line of Dry Goods fo-.- 'all Wear at
Know trffir IkiihI Thai tlu'Mlaik
Slockintn uu iv aix-tiuinn toSati'.
fy You will m.tUtt no mistake "f J i
buy Your HO -!. Here
Childivn's . x rib. Good hose
for hc money at. l2,'.-i. cr pair.
No rdend i x i Rib Hose
knee, lu-t land tou spliced with extra
linen ihr ad at :sc.
When having Alfalf.i hay fur Mile,
don't foig.t to call on U ('. Bon '
th" Iriv a an. Uotiieiiibor Ids pilots
i' txw i- the bi'.lu --I pr'n'os nnigin .
Ii '.in JT ' u to iOn p.'. ton. Will i
11 the iniuk't fur ..i.! Pi;,iii if i'i
. -o. Ai.d I ". etfi.) j -ol'iit i i
.i in i' nil iiiiiii'c.
It Is an lioiior indood lo have tho
World's W. C T.I'.. conontion moot
in Nobiaska but wo are wondering If
Omaha will bo able to present mum
t lut ii a sickly smile of welcome.
Should Mayor .Mm turn the keys of
tho city over to the ladies wo rather
think that ho would tn.Miine the alti
tude of the hoy who was caught with
tlm goods. Its dollars to doughnuts
thai ho will imt ask for a joint debato
in that eomciuioti.
Ill the hlsl few on is the ofticc of
County .liidgo lniN bocoiiio one. of the
mnM iniioi'tiuit of county oHlci-s. s
till Ouillit o ki o. vo-. older there an os-latc-
to -tt i It up iind will- t l-e pi
lmtod Illid it i" M I V i 'ill' ill l!..it the
Collllty .lndgo I o a pi ii I. nlm kn . ,
tho Ins nrd outs i.f the 1 1, ,, I j.i, r
liorvooib lo. .Mu'l'o I AV. I', Noil has
proMti lunvelf to tie tolly ipitilitled
for tho ii'ilii n iiinl ha- at all times
hand led Hum nmttoi-. with '.stivmo
ikito. What iiioio luod bo mi id'.'
I ho iUcstiou ot the tariir or balm
guaranlce. or goveruiuoiit ownership
of lailroads, does not enter into 'the
cMiinty campaign. No party principle
is .it stake. What a mini's position is
on national or state aH'airs mnttots
nothing when he takes the oath ot a
county nlllcc. Tho question which the
taxpayer are deeply'ihtoicstod is can
tho man inn thoolllee?' Is huqiiiililied?
Is ho honest? Will ho do the wink?
Tlio Domooiatic party tills year has
a list ol eamlidates worthy tho support
of all ta.Npajois ami without exception
they aio well qttallllcil to till tho posi
tions for which they aro running
That oucli and every ono of thum Is
cmiipoiiiit, bouorablo ami teliablo
goes withniil saying. Onr caiulidatiS
will uppnil s'niiigly to tliQM. who be
lloo In mi. diicliiig business on bum
Uesn prinripli s w hetbor t hocoiniiHulity
oM'Imih'hI I e prox ilons or Horvioo.
.1 u-. i-.in.li.' ., i i.in.ii i- tin- I'titiliUeu-lioii-
.'I the Ci hum .-tl c r.ttiii'ul.it.
Oil.! I i.li t'.e'I uie In ll.- l.ll.nl.-
oiluv-.. ith such ciindidati's lis tin -e
wo onti i the 'tiii'rjb' with ,1'aiiners
tiling and ii - :tp. !",;.' x t'i ulf.-r. Mr.
i Vntci liofiii-o Jon ugi'-'cr j i hi r judge-nu-rit
on olei-tiou day seiiously con-
. tomplate tho ualilii-utiouwf Illness mid
ability of tho Domootatlo caudldaios.
Chronic and Serious Diseases.
Red Cloud, office Rojal Holei.
Consulation Froc, again
Friday Oclobcr 29th.
nH b ""BW
W M"' '7M
m -iR :. mm
m l l'"' '9
Mate 'rf $$&
ma i -t -fo mf&A
i,ti k no seam
- Vor tlioso M'lniiil Drok-cs. Have a full lino of
Oltiglwii, P eeced and fancy wash goods from
bo to 210
j;F,nny CujI S-a . 1 rrt in new d .
carefully knitted of fine Zephyr Wool ,
fancy jacquard slitch the newest inswea -1
making. This perfect fitting garment L
the stylish V neck, two patch pockets and
closes with good pearl buttons. For real
value this garment is uncqualed in prin
from $2.00 to $3.50.
JjOthers at 60c for children. 75c, $1
and $1.25 for boys and girls.
I1'" 1" 41 - y u " ':J
odd size? i:i t.
we will di.
and let u
them to you.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
mm v-i ! i
Agert for Bitterick Petterns
W. H, I'rumer. isamlidato for 'l'reas
in or of Webster county is a man who 1
lias imido a hiicccs of his private I
uitilortakiiigs ami isasafooonservativo ,
man spooially iitialillod to ho InttiiHtod
Willi the duties of that ollice. He is'
pleasant and com tonus, houorableand ,
reliable, is evi ly inch a goutlciiiiui and I
deserves the Ihoughtttil ooiisliloration
of tlio otor. There is noiucsllou but
what Mi I'raiiirr would make an ov
crllont tttasuier tmd wo enintnond his
camlhltioy to tho voters of thiscounty.
" " " "
Th e 6 ; as e xmmimr h&S
ml Han Sehaffncr & Marx -'9 kfWf
l-oSSd Z .. c. 'taBlfifei.' jt : rt 37- " t . ''y.JS'y 4 fSft .
Ci,'. . ; v i v I i Scha i U M " "
Tho Conk and Poary ailhoronts are
viewing with each other in tho vain
attempt to convince thimsohes that
Miey do not know what they aru talk
ing about. As fin- as wo are concornoil
wo have hud enough of both N'oltbei
ono has dono anything lor the good u
liiimanlty or the public at large.
When Cook gut within sight ot laud
lin gave his slory to tho papers at the
hmall price of e'2.")0ea Ii. Tltctie paper
wore stung as the story proved iiyuo
nml imlotlualo, to ho coutinuod in fad
at SlWO per lecture. If ho is really
playing a joko on. tho peoplo they arc
returning the compliment by making
him independent for life
With IVary it is tin- same, lie did
not rush into print m soon but ono
could not help but notice the o ip
Tighter!" imii k of Ins proof I'm k
did not roauli tho polo.
i in oruer to vote iiiioiiigoutiv iup a
caiidldato for any oillco it Is necessary
to consider the i-tinlillcalinus wliioh
will make tho suceossful tilling of tho
position a ceitiinty
In view of this allow its to submit
the following tacts with regard to tho
ollleo of t'outity Superintendent of
The otlioo demands a person thor
oughly equipped from an educational
standpoint, and well uct'iiuiuh-d with
! school work and its needs. It would
I bo dilllcult to Ibid anyone who fullills
I those loquireiitonts bettor than Miss
I Mabel Day of this city. I.lttlo needs
to bo Kald of her personal oharaoter,
as her long residence in this place
intiUos hot-well and favorably known
to all. Kin-holds a Hist gnuki state
oei tilli-ato and has a highly siiceo-did
1 rccoid .is a toucher to which to refer,
lb-rwoik hasi familial ied lur with
tlio in eds of all classes of students
from the lu-st grade thru tin- high
Noli'inl. in the oountrj mid town Also
hoi work in various parts of the county
at Ciiwlcs. liladcn, llluo lllll and Ked
Cloud has in a groat measure blent died
her wilh the work of tho cehools in
these places and has made her ac
quainted with the people among whom
her work would bo
If elected there is every reason to be
lieve that she will perform her duties
in the snmo elllcleni manner asexer
c sod In her school work. Those who
solo for Miss i ay will make no nit-,,
take in choosing a competent and just
person for tho olllee.
OU may have
chase" for good clothes difficul
perhaps, or the wrong scei
picked up; you think you've found the right thing at !ast, and buy i
You may find yourself mistaken; cotton-mixed fabrics, fit wrong, be
tailoring that doesn't stay in shape; you're likely to get any one
dozen things you dont want. If you'll come to us you'll find our
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
are the right thing; when you strike that trail you can go as hard as you please
in front; you'll get the prize.
This store is the place; we have plenty of these famous clothes lo show you.
from $20 to $45; overcoats from $16.50 to $60
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
PAUL STOREY, THE CLOTHIER.
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