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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1909)
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Red Cloud - - Nebraska.
PUBLISH KU BVE11Y TIIUHSDAY.
Catered In tlic I'lMtnfllpu t lied Cloud Joti..
h Second 11hk Mutter
C. II. 1IALB
Till: ONLY DKMdCltATir l'M'l.ll IN
WI.IISTIMt CIH'M V
Democratic ami lr.cik.s lmlricmli.nt
l-'or .ludges f the Supreme Court -
lt. 1 (1001)
.1. It. I) HAN
For Hegetitsor Mnli' t'niversity -
IIAUVKV K. NKWUKAN'CII
Kor County Treasurer
UMJ. CilAMKU ...
Kor County Clerk
tJKOlttiK IIAMHIili .
. "ISotl Cloud
l-'or County .supcilnteticlent
For Comity Judge -I.
.Iti-d ( loud
l"or Commissioner. Sceotul Disl.
I,.IMSI(!KU ISIiif Hill
Kor Constable i.. Si.Ain
Kor Assessor A. 1). VtNii:iti.i
Kor .lustieo of IVnee Vm M cm.y
m:i) uLtiri) township tickht
Kor Kouil overseer....! Mi McInio-ii
Kor Assessor Cu.iti.i:s (.irnxi: .ill!
ri : ' move. Promptness and despatch are
This is the last issue or tho Chief be J bi- hobbies and if elected ho will un
fore election and the Democratic party questionably serve the county most
bus every reason to he confident or faithfully. He has pledged himself to
victory. Tho entire tichet is mi ox-jaii economical administration of tho
eoptionally .stronjfone and the party , olllee if elected.
is not divided. I he campaign has been . Mr. lladell is one of the best known
tho most quiet perhaps in the history men of tho county and this will be
of thu county. This is ovvinj; laiKoly ! Broatly in his favor at tho election
to the primary law which has taken ne.t 'J'ui'wlay. Mr. lladell is conipe
away tho convention and eliminated i tent, reliable, eneiKutio, rapid and pos-t-nthulabiii.
Howovcr wearoconlldent sesscs all tho qiialillcatlons necessarv
that tho voters aro allvo to their inter-1 to properly till the olllco of county
ests and tho there have boon no cam- clcik. Vote for (ieo. Hadoll.
paign nicotines and loud demonstrn
lions novor-thc-less indications point .lames Mcintosh, candidate for Over
ton .strong uiuler cun out ol lively in st'er of HlKliwajh in tho precinct has
tiTCht. ',l'L'" throwing Webster County dirt
In order that all voters may know
the personal of tho Democratio candi
dates we again present their qualillca
tious for tin- various olllco.
Mr. W. I!. Cramer candidate for
treasurer has been for thirty six years
a resident of this county. He has e.-
pcrieuccd all the drouths, grass hop
pers and discouragements Incident to
pioneer life. In the midst of disaster
and ruin ho couliuued to have faith in
tho future and has lived to seo the cl,as- urney jr. candidate for assess
once barren desert blossom as the rose. !'"' '"' " township is worthy yotirsup
Mr. Cramer is possessed with great i I'01'1' Mr. tlurney is u rising young
continuity and uptoinism and by ,is ""! will iniiko u number one as
pcr.slstence and strict attention tc SUSM"'- His experienco in fnrmiiitf and
business has admit ml n .omnoiisi.nev.
His cleiical education is excellent and
h is competent to personally conduct
theollkv of treasurer with accuracy
and despatch. Ills honesty ami into-
L'ritv is unouosllomd and tho neiml.-'s
moucy would be absolutely
safe in his
Mr. Cramer is a gentleman in every
unite of the term and is courteous to
everyone. Ho is tillable and iasy of
approach. It Is the unquestioned
right of the taxpaveis to know that a
county treasurer bo trustworthy in
every respect and Mr. t ranier is that
and more in that he is personally able
to guarantee the safety of all funds
intrusted to his care. To summarize,
,o is n, rcsme.u, nas uiu amiity.
is capable, is courteous. tmsLwuitliy
Vote for W. 11. Cramer.
Miss Mabel Day candidate for county
superintendent of public instruction
is a lady of unquestioned standing and
lelluenicnt. Her usidein'c in tho
county and her aried experiences in
mu hcuowis oi luitfouiuj specially in the county commissioner Is elected In
ner for the position to which she as- thconttrc county. All voters in tho
piles, she knows fii.m actual expoil- county should loiui'tiibor to voto for
euco the condition and needs of our'pislger
educational institutions fiomtho ruial m . .
cliool to tho high school. She has , Win. MacUey candidate lor Police
huecisrully taught in Cowles. Hhuleii. i,,Ul,K is fH.v qualified to 1111 that
llluu Hill and Is at present assistant position. Hois a man of ripe experl
principal In our city high school. VM0 II1"1 's fHy conversant with tlio
yhehasdoinoiistrnlod that she possess- "! I,lul downs of lire. As Police
es the executive ability necessary for 'ludg he would be lair and Impartial
tho position. Her work has been iiUul "l'kobl the magesty of the law.
highly pi abed by state inspcctois and ' Wlu" vVl)'' ''"lor tho booth take time
people of education. Her expe'.'ieiico d "to for Mr. Mackey.
and iiiialificatious will appeal stiongly
to llie voters next Tuesday.
Mr Win. Klrkpntrlck of thiide Itoek
candidate for hlioillt' in u hale tellovv
well met In whom one iustinetivelj
Jjlllees uotilidi tuv. In all lii-J dtalltig
with uu'U ho hus blumu a spit it of
ialnies- unil hunehty. lilt- wuiit U n
good un his bond mid Ills promUc W a
yuarantoo. lie Iiuh lived fu this, pint t'Vl',y depositor wu paid in full out of
r the country for 2.T yum, quite lung t,,w ft,,l erenteu by thu Oklahoma
enough for the people to know, his ! l,"k Kunrautto law, and there was not
sterling integrity. Jle has never bo
tforo asked for an olllco from the peoplo
mid is not a politician in any m-iiso of
thu word. Voters may rest iis-ured
that they may reiy unipiahlledly upon
Mr. Kiikpatrlek of (iulde llocl .
Vote for Win. Kirkputrick.
Tlio nilho of county judge It one of
the most impoi'titiit wltliin the gift of
the people of tin' i;oiuity,iitil U U.iiu
perntive that u uinn of u hi Illy unil (lis
cietloii hi- elected to that, position.
Judge I. W. I'.dson has demonstrated
his lltnoss for the plans 1 1 in long ex
perience in lltlsllHVSS Ilir.iilS l!Olllllll!d
with IiIn ability to piopi-ily construe
law propositions will equip hlin for
thf diitlos of piobutc judge. Tho pro
cccduic of piopcrl, settling up estates
Is safe in his hands at hi- Is thoroly
conversant with all tin; ins and outs
' of prohati' matter-. His uhility ami
1 cllluieney are unquestioned. Vote for
I. W. Kdson.
' Mr. L. i'. Plsijrer candidate, for
cotintj eoiniuissioi.er from tlio second
distiiel is a man of piogics. Ho has
'i beciiiircsidctit of the oouiitv hIiiim; HT.'l
and luiowstiom llrst hiiiul iuformatioii
tlii'in eilH of the county. He has
plolgcd himself that If elected ho will
do all in his'power to give Llici'oiinly a
straight forward Inisim ss iidnilnistru
tioli and he has I lit- ability to nuilce
his promise gnud. He owns KiO aeies
"I" l'H' 'M'Al land I" t ln county nr.il has
her iulcicsts .it lii-iii t . He has an cv
ceptmtuilly i-Uiui ii-i-oid and should
lie elected oy a
Vote fo L. C. Pi-
Mr. tlco. Iludell or lladell A Co
merchants ol this city Is well ipialillid
to till the olliiv of'cniinly clerk. Ills
vocation for the past twenty years lias
been iM'cllent training for the dutiet
of county cletk ami he should be elect
ed. Mr. lliidell is accurate and rapid
'and has tho knack of making things
every season lor the past thirty two
years mil if any one is qualitied to till
the olllco Jim is the man. Of one
thing you may bo certain if Mr. .Mc
intosh is elected the tux pnyers will
, not he in doubt as to what was done
j Hh the money as ho lias the leputa
tion of doing more work in a day than
any two .mllnary men.
Vote for Mr. Mcintosh.
i l,lUU" raising on a large scale and his
""""in'-ity with the markets pre-eniln
, 0,IUV q'""iy uim ior uio posiuon. His
, J"l'iit or values is unquestioned
'""J K' llils ll fi'vorites.
Vo,t f,,r -r- tillrney.
Do not make the mistake of over
looking the candidacy of Al Slaby
for constable. Mi-Slaby is a consci
entious o llker, capable and honest and
deserves the votes of our citizens. He
is a number one man for the place and
is worthy of your support. Honest
and fearless In the discharge of his
duties ho makes an ideal onicer.
Vote for A I Slaby.
A. 1). Wonderly candidate for assess-
, w is tl cu.lflll ..staking man and is
. just ulu IIlltl fop thu pllte0 Mr Wou.
, (lm1v would b.- u,- ....,tl,i t n ..!.,.
as they would be confident that ho
would be honest and just In tlio olllco
or assessor. He will have no pets nor
special friends and every one is assured
or a Mpiare deal.
Vote for Mr. Woiidoily.
Tho voteis should not loigut that
Picture No. 1 Two weeks ago a bank
in Wlhuoiisin failed, and thodepositois
Install their money, and three lost
thou-live- Two of tlu. three died or
broken lieurls. lioians. ul' their los.soi
and their tn.ul.u-. One cointnittt d
picttiro Re. y lo w eel;, a big bank
uuiediiiuHiiuiniim. mtliiu two dan
u penio's worth of trouble lutliotcmn
when the bank failed.
Suppose wo should have a bank fall-
ine tu rscbrnslia The courts have
killed our Nebnihku bank gimrimtcu
l.iw. and our people would have no
more protection than the peoplo of
Wisconsin hud when their bank fail-
S. J. CUNNINGHAM
Successor to Dr. J. S. IzSUQli
At the old stand over the
State Bank. Phonef3f.
How long will tho people submit to
this constant killing of good laws by
Court Judges who arc friendly to the
big interests'.' Is It not, about time
for the people to wake up and pay
more, attention to the election of
judges of our courts'.'
Next Tuesday the people of Ne
braska will have a chance to express
an opinion about the bank guarantee
law. All men ought to have an opin
ion on such an Important law. Wil
liam Hayward, chairman of the lepub
lican stale committee has an opinion.
He cxpiesseil that nplirjon In a recent
speech. Ho said the Nebraska law to
guarantee bank deposits was "bun
combe," and ought to be killed Ib
is trying to elect certain candidates
tor seals on the siiinpronie bench.
Tin so i (.-publican candidates now be
ing boosted b Chairman Hn. ward are
in sympathy with his vii is. The
democratic candidates for supreme
judge aro friendly In the principle ol
tlio hank k mi ni n toe law. It ought to
be easy for oters-who believe in a
haul; guarauK-i- law to make a choice
next Tuesday. The voter who believes
a hank guarantee, law ought to be
killed should vote for llayward's re
publican candidates, because those
candidates are friendly to u bank
guarantee law. Tlio voter who be
lieves we ought to to have a bank
guarantee law In .Nebraska should vote
for tho democratic candidates for su
premo judge, because those candi
dates aro friendly to the principle of
the law to guarantee bank deposits,
and the federal supremo court is liable
to refer this law to our state supremo
court for final decision.
Five years ago, by order of tho rail
roads and other special interests', the
Nebraska legislature took away from
the people the right to elect their own
precinct assessors This was done on
the theory of tho railroad attorneys
that the people, and especially the
fanners, could not bo trusted to elect
local assessors who would assess farm
lands us high as tlio railroads wauled
the lands assessed.
Last year tho people look the bit in
their teeth and elected legislators who
wore pledged to give back to the people
tho righl to elect their own township
assessors, and the legislature did give
back to the people that right.
That good new law is in danger. One
of tho big railroad attortiies announc
ed last week that soon after the elect
ion lie would attack that new law In
tho supremo court. What can tho
people do tochecktnate the move which
tho big railroad attorney says he will
make'.' They can do much, if they
want to That attorney will not at
tack tho new law unless he eau attack
it in a friendly court. If the people
will go to tho polls next Tuesday and
elect supreme judges who aro in favor
of killing the local assessor law, then
the attack will bo made by the tail
road attorney, and the law will certain
ly bo killed. If tho people shall elect
next 'Tuesday loino supremo judges
who arc known to favor the principle
of homo rule in the matter of making
assessments, than this good now biw
will permit to live, because tlio rail
road attornci s will not uttack the law
if they know that two or three mem
bers of tho court aro favorable to the
law. Tho republican candidates lor
supremo judge aro friendly to the
view of the railroad attorneys who
want to kill tho local assessor law.
The democratic candidate for supremo
judge uio known -to bo in sympathy
with the law which gives the people
the right to elect their own local assess
ors., Take jour choice, voters. If you
want to kill the law which penults you
to have a voice in the election of tho
men who will assess your property,
you know how to do It. If you want
to have that good law, you also linow
how to do it
Claims that tho now warden at tho
penitentiary lias been doing much for
the convicts are being decisively con
Jlrmod from time to tltno. Ho is
credited with having hnpioved tlio
physical Hiirri.tiinlinghof the prisoners,
and to have ridden the pe.iitontlary of
tho dope habit, but lie has accorded
tho prisoners a voice In the discussion
of public ull'uirs.
When tlio llaptisL conference in Liu
coin recently adopted resolutions de
nouncing tho governor for liming
chosen lti-v. .liijniss Hull' of South
Oiualui lis pi-Unit chapl'iiii, it certaiulv
hud something coming to It Much
came from various sources, of the kind
murited, but it remained for the prls
loners in the penitentiary to hand the
preachers the warmest bunch, which
they did in the following resolutions:
lWo tho undersigned, greatly regret
the fact that tlio members of tho Hap
tist stato convention should have been
so greatly misinformed regarding tho
influence and results of the religious
lunching performed by 'tlio Uev. Mr
Hull at this institution.
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Gloves, Table Linen, Silks, Embroideries, Laces, Combs,
Fancy top Hair Pins, Corsets and Collars.
Ladies ouling night dresses at 50c, 75c,
Ladies ouling skirts at 50c, good value.
Ladies Union suhs in light weight, medium
weight or heavy weight, which ever you
Cotton Bats at 8 1-3, 10, 12 1-2, 15c.
The extra large ones al 85c.
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Have you received one of our Souvenier Plates if not come
in and we will tell you how to get one.
Beginning with November 1st we will give a coupon with
every 50c purchase entitling you to a chance on the three
dolls we are going to give away December 24th.
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I-YMt SU.K AT COOK'S DKl'G STOUK.
"Wo lo not ronu'inbi'i- of i-ver lie-ur-Inr
the i-.it I'alli or groans (luring his
preaching as iiiunlloiieil in your paper,
and we believe that the parties who
would deliberately inisropreMuit the
true facts of Mr. Hull's work here.,
should be called to account.
'For year-, wo have taken prido that
ti'uong us are some of the champion
liars of the world, but wo bfiliovo in
giving credit where credit, belong",
and wo cheerfully transfer the degree
of honor to the parties who informed
the members of tho Haptist convention
that thenvork performed hoiv by Uev.
Mr. IlulV was either oll'ensivo to the
inmates, or the demoralization of the
religious work at this institution.
'We have neither seen nor heard of
any act performed by tho Rev. Mr.
IlulV that was not tho act of a Christ
ian. We have received from his sor
mons only the word of (lod, and if tho
Haptist stato convention or society in
general wero half as interested in our
welfare before wo camo here, as they
are in criticising the present religious
work, here, Uev. Mr. Hull' would be
short of a congregation.
"We wish to thank the members of
the Haptist state convention for their
interest In us, and c.tond to them our
cordial invitation to attend our reli
gious services and thus satisfy them
selves us to thu true state of all'alrs
'Wo wish also to stato that we have
confidence enough in our present,
governor ami warden to believe thai
they are interested enough in our wel
fare to appoint no man chaplin of this
institution that to their belief is not a
lit, and proper person for the place:
and if reformation in the future con
tinues to increase at tlio rate it has in
the last six months, tho authorities
hero will have made a record that the
state of Nebraska can feel proud of." -The
When having Alfalfa hay for bale,
don't torget to call on It C. UoiifM
the hay num. Kemember his pricts
are always tho highest, prices ranging
from i".C0 to S10.00 per ton. Will be
in tlio market for good PmiiJU; llav
also. And respeetlnliy solicit a pari
of your patiiMi.im .
Chronic and Serious Diseases.
Red Cloud, office Royal Hotel.
Consulalion Free, again
Friday October 29th.
Sec the Chief forup-to'date Job work
Ready to Wear Skirts.
Come in and let us show you our
of Ready to Wear Skirts.
Come in and look our line of Silks over
think you will find just what you want.
Messalinc Silks 27 inches wide, in plain or
stripes or figured, at $1 a yard.
36 inch black ?ilk at $1 a vard
from $2 to $5
W. . T. II. ITEMS.
'I hlh space lleloiiKS to the W. C. 'I', f.i
The State W. f. T. I'., convention
meets in Lincoln on Oct. 18 to 21st.
I'les-ed are tho uudeilled in the way
who walk in the 1 uv of tho Lord anil
10l'P l"s word and do no iniquity for
liioy snail not ue ashamed lor no re
proaeh shall come upon them.
National Convention at Omaha, Oct.
"i to'Jii. Lvery one Interested in the
cause should attend if possible. Miss
l',U"ii SNuio the missionary who was
capture 1 by the Turks will tic there.
Our day light law is working some
good but still some lay in u supply
and revel far in the night perhaps to
make thu law odious or of no avail but
faint not lie Strong of heart tho right
will triumph over wrong.
The closing of the saloon at a hotel
in tlio Yosemite Valley while President
Taft was there for fearsome convivialy
inclined might mako a disturbance is
pretty good proof there is something
wrong in strong drink. Will tlioy de
oeivo the president '.' we hope not.
HumwiATisM Ciin:i in a 1)a.
Dr. iMcheon's Itelief for niioumiitUni
and Neuralgia radically cm ed in 1 to
3 days. It action apon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at onco tho cause and the dis
ease immediately disappeais. The (lis
dose greatly benolits Too and SI. llrst
Hold iy The H. H. Cirice Drug Co.,
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for tit postolllco at. Ked Cloud, Neb.
for the weekending October ','8. 100H,
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T. Miller. Maggie Stevens. Deri Stev
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taker. These will be sent to tho dead letter
olllee Nov.. ii, IDO'.i, if uncalled for
before. When calling for above pleaso
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