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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1912)
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YO U get your
mnnpv c lArnrrh
here. That's why
you ought to buy
a suit, ready-made
Hart Schaffner & Marx
the kind of a stylish suit you
see in this picture. You can
dress just as well as any man
if yon wear all-wool clothes
of authoritative styles.
We guarantee everything
you spend' your money on
tarty ' .
How about your (all hat? .Your
new underwear? Hosiery? Shiits?
Neckwear? We've plenty of goad
things here (or you; easy priced.
This store is the home of
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
The Red Cloud Chief
Rod Cloud. Nebraska.
Kntereu In the 1'ontolllco nt Bed Cloiut, Neb.,
as .Second Ulai Matter.
0 B. UALE
THK ONLY DKMOtiHATIU l'Al'Ktl IN
President Wood row Wilson.
Vieu-l'rcHldont-Tlio. K. Man-hall.
U. S. Senator A. C. St,allenborgei
Congress 11. 1). Sutherland.
Governor John H. Morel'ead.
Lieut. Governor Herman Diers.
Treasurer Geo. E. Hall.
Auditor Henry C. Utchmond.
AttornoyGenerul A M. Morrlsey.
Secretary of State J. W. Kolley.
CoiuuiUsluner W. II. Eastman.
Superintendent Ii. V. Clark.
Railway Com. C. E. Harmon.
Btate Senator Win. Weesner.
Representative Geo. W. Llndsey.
County Attorney Fred Ei Maurer.
County Assessor Chris Fussier
DlHtrlot No, 2 W, G. nolTman
Ail oxchungi) gives tlto following
rules on how to kill a town iu bhort
order, "Glory lu the downfall of a
man who has done muoh to build up
z your town. Rcfuro to unite In any
ache mo for the batteruient of the
Material IntoreMs of the pooplo. If n
trauger comes to town tell him evoiy
thing Is overdone and predict n general
crash in the near future. Patronize
emtsldo newspapers to the exclusion of
jror own and then denounce yours for
,mei being as largo and as cheap .as the
ity papers. If you are a merchant,
s'fc advertise In the home paper, but
ipel theditor togb elsewhere for
mlruttlicMiLMii , in (I ii iwl iiku u wc
head because he dots ho. Buy b rub
bcr stamp mid use W. It may save
you n few dimes and make your letter
heads look as though you were doing
business In a ouc-liore town. If you
arc n farmer, curse the place where
you trade ns the meanest on earth
Talk this over with your neighbors
and tell them the men are robbers atid
thieves. It will make your property
much less valuable, but you don't
care." Shaffer's Alma Record.
Henry C. Hlchinoud deserves n big
endorsement at the polls next month
by the people of Webster Couuty. The
Chief believes that he will receive a
handsome majority here. He is a
Webster county product. He obtained
his start lu this county and we feel
that he is still one of us. Since leaving
us he has made good iu the larger
fields of work. He has been Intrusted
with responsible and difficult tasks
aud he has always performed them
with credit to himself and the people
otthiscounty. lie Is well qualified
for the office of Auditor of State uud
If elected to that office he will perform
the duties required accurately aud pre
cisely. Of this all may be certain, if
Ueury C. Richmond occupies the office
of Auditor of State, every person iu
the state will be accorded a cordial,
affable, gentlemanly reception. Vote
for Henry C. Klchmond for ritate Audi
Henry 11 SlmonB was buried last
Weduesday afternoon from his home
in this city, under the conduct of the
U. A. It. post, Rev. Cole officiating as
clergyman. Mr. Simons was born lu
Pennsylvania, in Welsmoreland couu
ty, April 11th., 1843, and was, therefore,
In his seventieth year when he died.
Mr. Simons was a boy of eighteen
when Lincoln made his first call for
volunteers, ana he reponded to the
call with patriotic ardor. His first en
listment was lu Co. I, 88th. Reg't. Fa.
Vols., for three months. He re-enlist
ed for uine mouths in Co. 0.. 135th,
Reg't, aud renewed his service in 1801
for three years in Co. C. 4th l'a.,
Cavalry. He was mustered out, July
1st., 1H05 at Lynchburg, Pa.
Six years afterwards he married
Mary A. Kaley at All hoy, Pennsylvania?
who with their only son, Elmer, sur
vive him. Following the lead of Ii. S.
aud C.'.W. Kaley, their nephews Mr. and
Mrs. Simons removed to Red Cloud in
1878, ami have made their home in
thin couuty "ever since. Here, also,
their sou Elmer has always resided.
Mr. Slumps was a man of unusually
large physical proportions, but his
gigantic size was never mado the oc
casion of imposing on his fellows. As
peaceable and modest as if he were u
smaller man, no body ever complain
ed that he used his giant strength to
the disadvantage of men of less stature
In politics, he was a staunch re
publican until the populist movement
of 1800, since which time he generally
cast his influence with the people',
Respected by his fellow citizens, his
death diminishes the ranks of the sur
viving veterans of the war, and lessens
the number of the old settlers, who
will all miss him while they cherish
Mm. RMerlc 3h SitherlaMl
Khoderic Dhu Sutherland of Nelson,
Nuckolls couuty, is one.of, If not the
biggest man (morally, legally, intellect
uallv and politically) iu the Fifth con
gressional district, and us a candidate
for congressional honors, stauds with
out a peer in Nebraska. He Is a Demo
crat of the progressive type, aud one
too who, wheu iu tlto thickest of battle
has never wavered, neither has he de
serted the call t'toarms,"uor shown his
buck to the enemy.
Khoderlu Dhu Sutherland is a patriot
of the "1770 brand."
For the pubt quurcr of a contury he
has bueu murchlng side by side (llgur
atively aud literally bpcuking) of Will,
lain Jennings llryuu, the fearless and
peerless leader of America's Democracy
and thai because of his popularity,
loyalty and etltclency, he will be the
elective choice of the voters iu the Big
Fifth. Shield's Tamora Lyre.
CaHMate Ft gectN Tern.
I hereby anuouuee mysef as a candi
date for the olllce of County Attorney,
for second term, Democrat and Peoples
Independeut parties, subject to the
will of the voters at the November
If elected 1 will not ask or accept
the nomination for a third term.
During my present term 1 have tried
to conduct the olllce in an economical,
uou-pititieu, business-like way.
Not a dollar of county money has
been spent for extra attorney fee, out
side my (salary. No appeals have been
takeu from the decisions of the County
Commissioners uud no expensive liti
gation indulged in ut the expense of
tho county, yet no effort has been spar
ed to punish crime. I have tried to be
a prosecutor but not persecutor.
It elected I will give the olllce the
same attention I do my individual business.
see The Miner Bros. Co s
Large and Complete Assortments
This week we are prepared to show the lar
gest assortment ever shown in Red Cloud.
The Miner Bros. Company
FRIDAY OCTOBER 18.
Opera House Red Cloud
POPULAR BOTH AS
SINGER AND READER
Miss Fisher Stiipp Praised by
Press and Public
MIsb Fisher Shlpp Is among the
elect of the lyceum artists. The peo
ple have chosen and applauded per
from coast to coast. She 1b praised
In the highest terms by public and
press both as reader and singer. It
is doubtful In which branch or Wrt
she Is most popular. She takes ahe
leading part also in a musical nd
dramatic sketch, ably supportedtfby
audience Is convinced that she might
become a most successful actress.
Her accomplishments are of such
merit that It is dllllcult to secure as
sisting artists whoso work will not
seem commonplace by comparison
and be unappreciated, but In this re
spect there .' a contrast only in the
nature of their work and not In the
quality. It Is in every respect a well
balanced and harmonious company
that renders programs to be long .re
membered with pleasure.
The personnel consist of Miss Fish-,
er Shlpp. reader and soprano; Mss
Pauline Harrington, alto; Miss Marlon
Barry, violinist ; Lloyd A. Loar, man
dolin, mando-vlola, piano and
The C. 0. D, Feed Store
We carry a full line of Feed,
Flour, Oils and Gas
Try our Machine Oil on your mower.
At present we have some choice
Canu uud Millet send, come In and con
tract what yon need before its gone.
F. E. HENDERSON
A Bargains My residence propajty
on Webster St., near 4th avenue, krat
good offer takes it. Don't be back
ward make me an offer. Address
Geo. F. Newhouse, The Dalles, Oregon
of licr company, and tho
Coats - Suits - Skirts
Don't Wait but Come Now
A Nighty Safe Place To Trade
Wants and for Sale
All kinds of Electrical work done by
When in town get your dinner at
Fou Rent One furnished room,
close in. Phone Hell Red 102.
I handle Chase's fine Chocolate
Cindy in bulk, 40 and fiOc a pound.
The Diamond Electric Vacum clean
er demonstrated in your home free.
Call Phone Red 97.
Fresh Oysters served to order at
Warren's Restaurant. '
Call rural phone 305 if you have
Cream or poultry to sell.
J. O. Caliiwi:li..
Fine assortment of box candy al
ways fresh. Absolutely the best. At
tho Puritan Cafe.
Fresh candy, peanuts and cigars at
"Set vicc,',"Quallty"and "Legitimate
Prices" these are the things which
causes our job department to lead
The finest, line aud best assortment
of Harness' ever carried before. Call
and look it over. Mokiukt Bros.
Special attention given to diseases
of eye aud ear. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr. Stockman, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Canadian Railroad Wheat land for
sale on ten year's time at 0 per cent
Interest, for special inducements to
renters. For excursion dates see or
write T. W. Whitk, Agent, R. F. D 8,
Red Cloud, Nebr.
8th., Sale Date.
II. Ii. Miner, of Guide Rock, Nebr.,
claims November 8 as date for his
sale of GO thnrobred Duroo males and
gilts. Mr. Minor has one of the best
herds In Nebraska or Kansas, aud tlio
blood is known, far aud near. Ills
herd this year is in better condition
than ever. If you want red hogs, you
can have them, you don't, need to buy
any other kind. Uemcmucr tho date,
November 8th. More particulars later.
Of Good Work Mutes For Sale At
Bailey's Tie Barn.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
October 17, 18 and 19 1912.
All Mules are guaranteed to be sound
ALBERT SMITH & SONS
THOROUGHBRED POLAND CHINA HOG SALE
To be held at the Farm 9 miles northeast of Superior, Nebr.,
and 2 miles southeast of Cadams', Nebr.,
Wednesday. October 30, 1912
The offering consists of 40 boars, G spring gilts and 2 matured sows with
15 fall pigs at side. The big pigs are not over fat but are well grown out.
They arc a splendid lot with plenty of bone, good length, fine coats, good head
and ears, very heavy hammed, with very fine top lines. They are all early
farrow and will have all the size you .want. The gilts aro the equals of the
boar-i only not so well developed. The sows are 2 of the best young' sows, In
the herd. One has 8 pigs and one 7. Buy one of these sows and you will be
in the hog business.
We do not claim to have the biggest hogs in the corn belt but we do claim
to have them as big as any one that has hogs that will mature in time to be
any good to the farmer as a paying proposition.
If you are looking for a good herd boar come and see these pigs for we
know they will suit you. We have a new line of brco ling so our old custom
crs can be supplied.
We are always glad to meet you on sale day whether you need hogs or not
You are welcome.
FREE DINNER AG NOON
( .10I1N BRENNAN
Auctioneers W. C. HENDERSON A. C. FELT, Clerk.
( CHAS. LOWERY.
Albert Smith & Sons
Superior, N0br., R. F. D. Mo. 2
bend rom CATALOQU.
Will do a general auctioneering business In Kansas and
Nebraska! Aak about our work. Terms
reasonable. Rural PHONE 17 on 8
J. H. DOYLE
and good workers
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