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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1910)
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VOLUME XX XV I J I.
The growth of this bank since
its organization, eight months
ago, is significant endorsement
of the sentiment "A satisfied
customer is the best advertise
ment." Interest Paid on lime
Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD. NEB.
B. F. Mizcr. President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
13. F. Mizcr, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
4 NcwMiaiicr That film Tin: News FIFly-lMO Weeks Each Year 1-or Sf.r0- 331
RED CLOUD, M315RASKA. A A X KA li V 'JO. 1010.
I Pete .Mauley n iys that if Hie world
is as lig I In- other way ni- it is to Kali- !
bus ity il is i whopper.
Mauley llrus returned from Kuii-as ,
t'ily tt thirdly niitlit whero the ship-'
pi-.' their cattle J.i inn rid-1. I
lieorge llin-ls (bettor known us
J tuicM shipped his first hiw'il of fat
eitllelast week, a whole wagon load
l . : 'tut I. ii- the next shipment.
Since li ly 1 ,is is running tin' Mo
Call ranch on tin- end jifa pitch fork
hlll'tlo III- is not mh-ii in (iai-llt-lil lint
oin'i-a wpli at Xo. :s wind mill row.
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iiy llurey is on tliu sick list this
Aii Komi is down from Franklin
Mi I (). Walker hu& buen initi!
si -U tin' past. wcuk.
lari'iii'i' Ilurriuk "uml wife visited
s in. lay at Hay Cuolu-iuieV.
i. II. Harvey, wife and daughters
spent Sunday at Milo Powell's.
Farmers thru this locality are try
inj,' to net their corn out before anoth
.Mr. and .Mrs Abe Xewton eame
home from KecJ Cloud Tuesday nie;ht.
Mr. Xewton is much improved in
A veterinurian by the name of
Itrown. who expects to locate soon in
Campbell was thru this neijjhboihooil
this week drumming up business.
Whopping cough is the only go in
The snow is melting rapidly sim-e
the warm woather.
Frank Vavriukit has bought a new
.Jos. Vavricka shelled corn Monday.
Harris and Buckles did tho shelling.
VI ike Strobul shipped two car loads
of fat cattle last Sunday to Kansas
.Mis Winnie .Morrow, who has lu-t n
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jos. I'avlick tie-
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0. jiiil ll'il lJl ill' iiuiiii ut i aiiiiL-iu tiuii-
Frank I'avlick who has been visit
ing his parents retutn-l to Kansas
The wolf bunt last Weil .esday was
n gram success. One wolt -a as round
ed up itnl lulled
Ion. .leliuek has bought a line team
of two year old colts from Will Top
ham. Consideration ?::I0.
Miss Ktta iU'iher is not going to
teach school for a few days on account
of her relation's visit from tlcrmany.
Muriel Fisher i' on the sick list this
Nuto Sibert was a pleasant, caller in
toirtleld this week.
The hum of the thresher is froze up
tho last few days.
Snow in winter, rain in summer.
Hurrah for Nebraska.
Tho whooping cough is fashionable
in this neck of tho woods.
Snow banks are more numerous
than fresh liens and cows in (jurllcld
Mr. Hcaty has quit the shop and is
visiting with his prosperous son-in-law
Joe Tailor had threshers one day
last week and a wedding tho next day.
Coiuo again Joe
School commenced at the Popo
school house on Monday after three
. Charley Smith and wife called on
i their good lookinir brother-in-law, O.
C. Karnes Sunday.
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Bring in your good ones.
The Kcsr is none too good.
Bring your small fat Morses and
Mares. Will buy ihcm slightly
blemished. We have a market
I.IMoi.n. Xi. it. Jan. ll'ili. IHlii.
(Spi-i-i.l e,n r.-spoiuli-iii-i.) We lid v -cut
been huuriug so niiicli through
the g. o p. press of "in v. I i J legislat
ion" riuoo tho rial I'ncis have been
placed botiirc I be people thioitgh the
UR-dium ol tiase lt-Uers. tin- demo
crattc legislature ot UiO.ienaeted near
ly tio Hundred laws. Three of tho
two biimire.l laws have been declared
invalid by ,i republican Miprcuiu court.
One of these was the banU guarantee
law. and a federal judge imported
fioui Wyoming to sit in tin; case.
Failing to Uml any defect in tho law
upon which to oaso a decision of tin
consiitiiiioiiaiii. the judges resorted
to i he principle upon which the law
was hasoil l ne nou-parttsati judici
ary law was declared invalid ly a
divided court. Four juilgcs, two of
them peisonaliy interested in the de
tent ol the law, declared it invalid.
Two judges dissented, holding the law
good, i lie rccoids sliow that tho
com t decided the case on piestions
not presented in bi let's of counsel.
The majority of tho court had to lind
ways uud ineaus of declarnig the non
partisan judiciary law invalid which
nad not been discovered by the at
torneys who presented the case of
tlioe who assailed tho law.
The not mal school hisv was delured
iuvaiiil by u divided court. Five
judges decli'.red it invalid, two judges
dissoutiug. Tho majority opinion
specillcaily states that tho law was de
clared iuvulid on a question that was
not presented in briefs of counsel, or
suggested by counsel in uml argument.
The court was rather ironical in its
statement. This uotiou was brought
uy Attorney General Thompson, who
declared that the law was so invidious
and detrimental to the welfare of tho
state, so injurious to our people, and
did such violence to tho constitution,
that he felt called upon in his individ
ual capacity as attorney general to
institute proceedings to test its valid
ity, lie called to his assistance Judge
Calkins, u former member ot the
supreme court. Tho two spent several
months preparing briefs pointing out
the reasons why the normal school
law was invalid. When tho court ren
dered its opinion tho majority opinion
specillcaily overruled the contentions
of Messrs. Thompsi. and Calkins an 1
declared the law invalid on a question
not suggested by nor thought of by
the attorney general ami Judge Cal
kins. This might bo considered Iiy
some as a serious relU-ction on thw
ubilitj of the attorney general aud
Judge Calkins. When these two
eminent lawyers failed to discoveruny
reason why the law should be declared
invalid, an obliging supremo court
came to their rescue.
Will te it the Rcnkl Livery Bm at
Saturday, January 22,
EXTRA PRICES PAID FOR HEAVY DRAFT HORSES.
S. .1. MURRAY WILLIAM NORMS
And now it is charged that Kev.
Luther P. Ijiuldun, whoso voice has so
often been lifted high to the throne
ill behalf of tho g o. p. that being
the only party of political purity with
in the ken of tho reverend gentleman
-bus been illegally drawing salary as
secretary or the board. The law pro
vides for no salary, yet the reverend
gentleman wjio is such a stickler for
honesty and purity, has been getting
Wuu a year and oxponses, tho saum be"
nig drawn without legal warrant. All
ot which reminds tho writer of uscrlp
turul passage ho read-when ho was a
boy, aud which he still dimly rouioiu
hers. It ishomothingliko this: "Not
every one that salth Lord, Lord," etc.,
E. St. Louis, 111.
I The charge of democratic extravag
ance in tho management of thw state
Would seem to demand that yon read what Ambrose L.
Ranney, A. ML M. D., late professor of Anatomy, New
York Hospital, says:
"Eye-strain may, and often does, cause chronic and intractable distur
bances of the stomach. Chronic intestinal and gastric disturbances may
be and often are, companions in graver disturbances of the nervous
system, due to eye-strain.
ur Masses are made t i elieve eyestrain.
JEWELERS & OPTOMETRISTS.
institutions has been met and dissi
pated by the real facts. Tho reports,
made under oath, show that the insti
tutions are now being conducted hot
ter, and at a lower cost per capita
thin at any time during the last ten
years. This is remarkable in view of
the greatly increased cost of food pro
ducts, clothing and fuel.
Tho present state administration
welcomes nothing quite so much as it
does a comparison of its record to dato
witli any similar period of time under
The more one studies tho work of
tho last legislature the better it looks.
It enacted tho physical valuation law,
a law taking away from the state
board tho arbitrary power of assessing
property, the reciprocal demurrage
law. the law limiting tiio issuance uf
stock by railroad companies, the anti
discrimination law. tho charter laws
for both Omnium, the ainendtiients to
the election laws, the military code,
tho Oregon plan of electing senators,
the law regulating campaign contri
butions, tho law prohibiting employers
from attempting to control the votes
of employes through intimidation, the
law regulating the granting of divor
ces, the drainage laws, thu corporation
tax law, and 111:111 v other impnituut
and needed laws. Tho liquor legis.
lation onajted by theleinocratic legis
laturo marked a long step forward. It
was tin llrst forward move In twonty
years. Republican legislature afti'r
republican legislature met. without
(unending the liquor laws, and all tho
while it) managers posed as the special
champions of molality and temper
ance, and declared that their party
was the party of 'Uod and morality."
It remains for the llrst democratic
legislature in tho state's history to
tear the mask of hypocrisy from the
face of tho republican party and show
it up for what it always has beeu-the
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