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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1912)
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Reprjientativu mid lie Is worthy of
the support of all prudent voters.
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YO U get your
here. That's why
you ought to buy
a suit, ready-made
Hart Schaffncr & Marx
the kind of a stylish suit you
see in this picture. You cm
dress just as well as any man
if yon wear all-wool clothes
of authoritative styles.
We guarantee everything
you' spend your money on
HowA about your fall Fiat? Your
new underwear) Hosiery? Shitts?
Neckwear? We've plenty of good
t Kings here for you; easy priced.
This store is the home of
Hart Schaffner 6c Marx clothes
The Red Cloud Chief
Md Cloud, Nsbraakn.
UBL1SHKD fiVEKY THUl'rDAY
Entered (n the Poatofflce at Hed Oloud, Neb.,
as Becond Claw Matter.
C R. HALE
THE ONLY DEMOCRATIC PAPBK IN
This editor has known Clarence
Harman favorable, for the past 30
nuths ever since we came to this
county aud here let us state that
as a citizen, a traveling salesman Had
as a candidate for the office of railway
commissioner, wo fall to know a man
better fitted to serve the common he d
than this same Harman. He was born
and raised lu Franklin county and
one very noticeable thing in connection
with his candidacy, is the fact that his
opponents can say naught against
blsn. A vote for Clareuce Harman is
vote for n man not a grafter or
chronic officeseeker. Naponee Herald.
When Hon. R. D. Sutherland was a
member of the ROtli Congress he show
ad by his activity, his contclenlous
labor, that he really had the well faro
of the country and the state of Ncbrns
ka at heart. It must be remembered
that at the time he sei veil this dlsttlci
In Congress the Demooratlo party was
greatly in tho minority aud that conse
quently was unable to Initiate hut
very little legislation. However his
record will show that be performed a
vast amount of constructive work In
the committees Jo whloh he was as
signed. He was a member of the Committee
ea Irrigation of Arid Lands, Private
lands aad Coinage, Weights and Meas
ss M. He is fearltm for what he b
usyes to be rlgnt. Ilia experience,
dotation, judgment and logical mind
In considering tbe candidacy of V.
L. Wucsuer for the ofllce of State Sen
ator, the people of Red Cloud and the
eurrouudlng country should not forget
(hut It Is owing largely to his efforts
that the live stock market in tttia city
has been kept up to Its present high
standard. By stilct attention to busi
ness detail Mr. Weesner has had no
little part in the high prices paid to
farmers for hogs and cattle. He be
lieves in cfllciency. fte acts on the
good old rule "whatever you do, do
with your might "
As n member of the last legislature
he was among the first ou tho ground
und the last to leave. And he worked
nil the tlmo ho was there. He know
why he cast bis vote for or against
every measure. Kvery bill that came
up recoived his careful serious consid
eration. There whs no guess work
with him. He wants toknowand know
This is the kind of a man the people
want for a lawmaker. A man of wide
practical cxpeiiencc, a man who knows
men, one who is to big to be brought
and one shrewd enough to check the
wiles of professional politicians. Mr.
Weesner is a capable mmi of affairs
and we know it. We know that his
character is of the best and that he
made a good official two years ago and
we all know that if intrusted with the
ofllce of State Senator he will make
There are a number of young men in
thecouuty who will cast their first
vote next month. ItHs important that
early in life the voter should make
the right atart It will avoid trouble
some situations in after years. To
young voters especially, but to all
voters everywhere, we wish to call at
tention to the great Democratic partv
whose principles have endeared them-
i-elves to thoughtful, intelligent men
for years and years.
This year the Democratic party pre
seutsa united front. Private differ
ences have been laid aside, tho few
corrupt bosses who tried to intrench
themselves within tho party hnvo been
thtmvn out, the party has been purged,
the good remains, the principles tire
Intact. The Democratic party believes
hi tariff revision and that revision
downward. It believes in a tax that
is suttleient to run tho government and
no moic. The same principle that the
county pcrsues in levying just enough
tux to meet the expenses of the county
slibuld be applied to the nation. The
present system of high tin Iff is wrong
lu the extreme in that it permits the
accumulation of vast sums of money in
the hands of the rich Hud correspond
ingly lakes vast sums out of the bunds
of tho pour. It raises the cost of pro
ducts of the laboring man but it does
not Increase his earning capacity.
Manufactured articles that sell for less
lu forelgu couutries thau they do ou
American soil should have ull tariff re
moved and those ui ticks put ou the
We believe that private monopoly
should be ubollshed. Wc believe in
enforcing the crlmlual laws as well us
the civil laws as especially upplled to
the great trusts and corporations thut
aie ulieady a muuacu to this free
country. We. have seen these trusts
brought .before a court for crimiuul
acts aud have beheld the spectacle ol
their receiving a fine instead of a jail
seuteuce aud the next day the price o(
that trust's manufacture is raised
enough to more than meet the Que
aud then the price stays there. We
believe in competitive industries, iu
equal opportunity for the small i mer
chant aud the large one. We are
agalust auy combination that makes
it possible for one set of men to make
the prices or control the market of atiy
The Democratic party has long' held
to the Idea of states rights, A strong
centralized uatioual government would
raau the final usurpation of nil state
authority to make its own Iuwb or pro
tect its own citizens. We are opposed
to the plan of making the national
goverumout a private asset In business
and wo believe that each state knows
what legislation Is best for tbe peculiar
conditions of the citizens nf that state.
The Democratic party believes iu the
Income Tax and the direct elections of
United States senators, the publicity
of campaign contributions, a single
term for the President and the efflolent
supervision of railroads, express com
panies, telegraph and telephoue lines.
The republican party has outlived
Its usefulness, has swung away from
its original principles and has virtual
ly destroyed ltelf. The progressive
party is too young to be of any conse
quence and It remains to be even
whether it survives the present cam
paign. The Demooratlo party stands
to lay without oven the semblanoe of a
strong opposition, its candidates are
men worthy tho support of the most
thoughtful and it urges you to join
forces with It to make Us principles
y ur principles, to reduce the high
cost of living, to equalize the burdens
of the day and to make thlscouutry of
ours tbe best, the noblest of earth.
Hi 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
- A Nighty Safe Place To Trade
Don't Forget Our Bargain Day Wednesday October 30th.
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J. L. FERGUSON
Of Mrokmn mow.
For United States Senator Of Nebraska.
I am a farmer and was educated at the University of Miahlgan and am
running for the ofllce of United States Senator by request of business men
and fair-minded farmers, and I stand p-it against, aud for the repeal of tbe
PARCELS POSI? LAW, as it now stands, and lak the support of every job
ber, traveling man, merchant, railroad man, rural route carrier, drayman aud
every fair-minded farmer, as it is a Vital questiou to all of them.
I have not asked for a penny to help me in my Campaign HUT DO ASK
fie support of eviry fair minded voter in Nebraska.
Real Estate Iraatftrs.
Heal Estate Transfers for week e
intr Tuesdav. Out. 22. 1013
Compiled by M. W. Caiter, liond
ed Abstractors. l
Vaughn S. Hall and wife to Seth I
F. Greene, wd, lot 3, Rik. 5,
Edward Kellogg to Thu Public,
Dedication Deed, pt uw) so1
Bee. 35-2-11 L.
D. Dorcheidiug to Fred Muck,
wd, all Blk. 0, Hoovers add
Frank A. Wuull, et. al. to Esther '
M. Wautle, qcd, lots 3, 4, Blk.
Earl R. 8lawson and wife to
Emma A, Yost, wd, lots 7 to 13, '
Rik. 3, YelRers Add Red Cloud, ,
pt sw4 nwi sro 35 311 2700
Bert Waufle and wife to Esther f
M. Waufle.qcd, lots 3, I, Bik.
Mortgages Hied, 4970.00. ),'
Mortgages released, 110,007.60.
Coats - Suits - Skirts
Don't Wait but Come
J. L. FBROUSON,
Broken, Row, Nebraska.
CartMaf Fsf Isc Tcrai
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the ofllce of Couuly Attorney,
for secoud term, Democrat and Peoples
Independent parties, subject to the
will of the voters at the November
If elected I will not ask or accept
the nomination for h thhd term.
During my present term I have tried
to conduot the office in an economical,
nou-partizen, business-like way.
Not a dollar of county money bas
been spent for extra attorney fee, out
side my salary, No appeals have been
taken from the decisions of the County
Commissioners and no expensive liti
gation iudulged In at tbe expense of
tbs county, yet no effort has been spar
ed to punish crime. I have tried to be
a prosecutor but not perseoutor.
If elected I will give the office tbs
sasaa attention I do any individual business.
r ALBERT SMITH & SONS
f HIRTEENTH ANNUAL
THOROUGHBRED P0Iifl.D GHIIJA 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, 5 spring gilts aud 2 matured sows with
15 fall pigs at side. The big pigs are not over fat but are well grown out
They arc a spleudtd lot with plenty of bone, good length, lino coats, good head
and ears, very heavy hammed, with very fine top lines. They are all early
farrow aud will have all the size you waut. Tho gilts are the equals of ithe
boars only not so well developed. Tho sows are 2 of the best young sows in
t'io 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 hie as any one that has hogs that will mature in time to bo
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 now line of breo Hug so our old custom,
ers can bo supplied.
We nre'always glad to meet you on sale day whether you need hosor not
You are welcome
FREE DINNER AG NOON
( .JOHN BRENNAN
Auctioneers W. C. HENDERSON
( CHAS. LOWERY.
Albert Smith A Sons
Superior, N0bn, R. F. D. Mo. Z
KNO FOm CATALOmU.
JOHN DOYLE J. H. DOYLE
WlllioaieneraUMctloneerlnilNisliiessIn Kansas ami
Nebraska. Aak aboit oir work. Terms
reasonable. Riral PHONE 17 on 8
Duroc Jersey Hogs
Te be heM at Barr's Sale Ban 6aMe Rack, Nebraska
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1912
40 : Head Of Hogs : 40
This Sale comprises 24 Males and 16 Gilts, all of Spring Far
row, sired by the well known herd boars, Model H 37967, and
Model Prince 110119, and Crimson Wonder Orion 118987. There
is no question but that this is the best bunch of pigs I ever offer
ed for sale.
Col. John Brennen and G. G. Denny, Auct. E. M. Parker, Clerk
A. C. FELT, Clerk.
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