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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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OCTOBER RATE SPECIALTIES
roumimr ratrb mourHt
The wual winter tourist and horaeseekers' rates to southern localities have
been announced. The Booth is growing in Its attractions for northern
people. Aslc for some of the attraotire literature, descriptive of souther.
resorts, hotels, and tours.
TMmtgH Tmurlat Blammmrm f Oallfmrnla Vim mmntm Fm JTewtv.
ComBMnclDfr November 5tb, from Omaha every Tuesday night, at 11:35 p tn
personally conducted through tourist sleepers will be run to Los Angeta
via Denver, thence Santa Fe direct Une-GRAND CANYON ROUTE
These sleepers may be taken from Omaha early Tuesday night, from Lin
coln at midnight, or leaving Denver, Wednesday evening at 7:4.1 p. in.
WINTK TOUmiBT HATKB' TO CALIFORNIA are daily in effert
Free literature, 'California Excursions," "Pacific Coast Tours," "Souther i
Tours" leaflet. Have your tloket read "Burlington." You will then havi
the broadest choice of diverse routes to and from the coast
We Invite Your
Careful attention to
our stock when in
the market for any-
pets or Rug line . . .
Lady in attendance tn our Undtrteldnf Dapt
ALL THK FHOMK9
The HEW Feed Store j
L Wa handla anly tha Baat Gradaa af Flour. 7
and Faad af all kindt. Your inapactian l d
? my alaca ia raaaactlully raauaated ?
feo. GEO. W. TRINE
See Tke Chief Office
New Court House For Webster
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FLOOR PLAN Or THE
if. . FOK, Tlckmt Agtnt.
L. W. WAKKLKY, Qnral Fmiumngtr Agt.,
For Yor Sale Bills.
MEW COURT HOUSE
Red Cloud, Nkbb., Oct. 1st, 1912-
Ocnth: The proposed Court House
to be voted upon this fall at the No
vember Election, you may describe aa
follows: The building being a two
story with basement, Fire Proof: 8lse
84 x 84" feet on the ground. The build
log will be finished up In modern style,
provided with heat, plumbing andven
The basement will contain County
Surveyor's room, County Superintend
ent'srootn, ladles toilet room, gents
toilet room, historical room, four stor
age vaults, vault for County Superin
tendent, vault for County Surveyor
and Sheriff's entrance.
First Floor wllltontitn County
Treasurer's room with vault, Couuty
Clerk's room with vault, future Couu
ty Recorder's, room with vault, Probate
3ourt rooui and County Judge's room,
with vault, County Commissioners'
room and Abstract room.
The second story will contain two
lury looms, County Attorney's room,
with vault, County Sheriff's room,
Ulerk of the District Court's room with
vault, two witness rooms, Judge of
.he District Court, District Court room
no seat about 250 people, there will be
ladies and gents toilet room for second
floor corridor, also provide toilets for
each jury room and the Judge of the
The stvle of the bulldtus is carried
out in Colonial design, out of whloh
wm snow ror tueir.
Is a dreadful thlac
OFFIRK for the man without
loauranee. Every time be eees the
engines racing along bis heart comes
D ia Ms throat if the fire is any whera
near bis neaoe. What folly, what sale-
THROOmrOF is ao small that it
IMBURAMOR need hardly be
considered. The freedom from worry
aionsis wortn it many times over
Have us Insure you to-day.
O. C. TKKL,
J. C. SLOSS
Wall Paper, Paint and
Room Mookaiif s, Pict-
wre Framiaf t Pictures
and artist Material
Tha Only Exeluaiva Stara
President Woodrow Wilson.
Vlce-Presldent-Tboe. R. Marshall.
U. 8. Senator A. C. SUallenbsrger.
Congress -R. D. Sutherland.
Governor John H. Morelead.
Lieut. Governor Herman Dlers.
Treasurer Geo. B. Hall.
Auditor Henry 0. Richmond.
Attorney-General A. M. If orrlsey.
Secretary of State J. W. Kelley.
CommlMluner W. B. Eastman.
Superintendent R. V. Clark.
Railway Com. C. B. Harmon.
State Senator Wm. Weesner.
Representative Geo. W. Lindsey.
County Attorney Fred E. Usurer.
County Assessor Chris Faasler,
District No. 2 W. G. Hoffman.
Wanta and for Sala
Look up the Thoroughbred Hog Sale
of Albert Smith & Sons at the farm 2
miles southeast of Cadams, Nebr.
Wanted: -A housekeeper. Middle
aged lady preferred. Will pay good
wages. Address, Call box 105, Hoi
Get your 8ooop-boarda and wagon
boxes at Wallln'a blacksmith shop.
A meat famine la sure. Better go to
Smith's hog sale and get In the hog
All klada of Electrical work done by
When la town get yonr dinner at
Warren's Restaurant. "
Fob Burr One famished room,
close in. Pheae Bell Bed 162.
I handle Chase's lae Ohoeolate
Gaadyta balk, 40 and 60c a pound.
The Dlamoa Eleotrio Vaemm clean
er demonstraUl In your home free.
Call Phone Red 97.
Freeh Oysters served to order at
Call rural phone 305 If yon have
cream or poaltgr to sell.
" J. O, Caldwklu
Pine assortment of box candy al
ways fresh. Absolutely the beet At
the Puritan Cafe.
Fresh candy, peaanta aad cigars at
"Serrloe," "Quality" and "Legitimate
Prices" these are the things 'which
causes our job department to lead.
The finest line and best assortment
of Harness ever carried before. Call
and look it over. Mobhabt Baos.
Special attention given to diseases
of eye aad ear. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr. Stockman, Bed Cloud, Nebr
We carry a full line of Feed, Hay,
Floor, Oils and Gas
Try our Machine Oil on roar mower.
At present wa have some oholoe
uaue ana Miuet seed, come la aad eon
tract what you deed before its gone.
F. B. HBNDBBBON
A BAhoiiN: My residence property
oa Webster Bt, Beer 4th eveaue. Flrat
good of er takes It. Doat be back
ward make me an off-r. Address
! utfu. r Ntfftliuuae, The Dallee, Oregon
HJawaoV EMItf't Effart tt
CIRCULAR TO t. A. R. POtTl
MR In the history of fee TJaltea
atataa and that K wee the RaaaMlaan
aeaale that reaneed tha apereartoUea
tha etltar af tha National Tribmna af
Waahlagtcn haa aaaaalei to graad,
army aoeta all ever the aonntry la aati
ply aamealga asaterial for aee agalna
tha Democratta party.
Colonel (ernaaat) Joba MeVlrey.tha
editor, has net met always with tha
eo-operatloa ha aeatrad. This la eri
deaeet by the fast that ladlgaant
grand army man bare forwarded Ma
elrealar lettere ta Dsmenratle natlana
heaaanartera la New York with their
protesU agalnet tha slaying of sneh
poUUca within the oM aoMlere' orgaaM
Quest fer "Mean" Thlnge.
Editor McElroy'e appeal waa aent
out, mimeographed, oa the letterhead
of the National Tribune, with hie own1
name at the top. The letter read:
Sept u. lltL
Comrade We are anxious to set the ex
pression of editorials on pensions from
the papers supporting Wilson In your
neighborhood. Will you kindly look over
the files of your local papers and send us
anything particularly harsh and mean
which they have published. We want to
show conclusively the attitude of the men
who are supporting Wilson and who will
control his administration If elected.
Flense send these at your earliest con
venience, ss the time Is short Fraternal
ly, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE.
One of the replies sent to the Trib
Headquarters Cushlng Post, No. 14, O. A.
Astoria. Ore., Sept M, lilt
National Tribune, Washington, D. C:
Gentlemen Tour communication ad
dressed to me aa adjutant of Cushln
Poet. No. M, of the 17th Inst. X found to
day on my return from the aatloaal ea
camameat at Los Angelas, Cal. Thus the
aelay In aaswarlag.
Tea wish aae to look ever the. lies ef
our local papers and seed yea "eartalag
KKIcularly harsh and aseea" whloh they
ve published referdJag pensions. As
yea have eaeotaea that these "hare"
aad. "mean" eoataseats must be from pa
pers supporttag Wllaoa I must lafonn
you that the papers sapportlag Wllaoa
tBresajbout the state, so far as 1 have
.seen aMe te learn, are friendly toward
tko Interests pt the errll war .Veterans
and iaeerse the action ef the Democratta
bowse ef the Ueited aHatas eeagrsss la Its
passage ef the peastoa Mil la the spoeJel
aae lest sesstoa ef ooagisss aae have no
fault te AM with Seaater -Cera fer his
ieeaeat appeal la the senate la behalf ef
'the ctrll war veterans.
If yea are really leektag fer "nteaa"
ana hareh" ealterlale ateap this Mae, if
ahteet te this esarsh Is fer the la-
M tae OM eoieieis, job wiu
"nteaa" aa "harsh" thlaae la
the papers that are suppernag Mr. Tart.
Aad Ifyea wlek te prisput away eat
C t. Ansm (aeMtlealbr) Isr ether than
tMte asM please esesee the aojutaat ef
'Caahlag Pest, Me. 11 asparUaeat ef ore
u. o. A. ft., la aseteeiasj.
r a. r. ALUBN.
WHY TAFT OR ROOSEVELT?
Prlees ef Feed Preduete Have Beared
Under Them, Vet They Premise Re-
: Aeosreing to the balletla of the fed
era! bareaa of labor the average price
.of a dosea er more af the principal ar-
.tides of food has Increased M per coat
In the last tea years.
1 The price of flour haa Increased 8
!per oent, lard II par cent, steak l
per eeat, name el per eeat., eommeal
iei per aent, rib roast II per eeat,
round steak 14 per oent, pork chops
I per oeat, bacon N per eeat, aad
Irish potatoes 11 psr eeat
' Dwriag these tea years of rising
'prises Roosevelt and Taft were at the
(head of tha government Both ef them
want to be at the head of the govern-
Dees any eeae man heeleve that If
ta tan yaara did netUng la
retard tha rate af prfeea whlab are
eipresstng the peepef they weald
aayintng ia rtir rmn natne
.tag by the paet wa sbenM be
aaaewalmately II per cent more than
we do now, or 7i pr cent, were than
we did tea, years 4.e.
WHY NOT ELECT !
iCMtaat Potty InftUMrtlii MPUbV
, Mmji aptr, Ukt Ni RtaeV
mimof piwtttT Mitiif
MvM Be) LefSH'
i "-Tata awsetlea le a
lattr ta BepnbHenne,
Wllaan anna tha
to tha gfomaa, vatta aBX.
who are worthy ta be anU
ed'Demoerata. Bat in an emergeney
like this, why ahoaM net Wllaan amH
a mrga part of tha Bsfahllsaaa aa
"Why not WUaonT
"Oeveraor Wllaan la a thoiaagbrad
Amerlean geaUemaa, not anly tn tha
aeeieeat of birth, bat In Ma every
Ideal, lmpalee aad principle. That
shoald be the flrat requb?emeat of ev
ery presidential candidate.
"Governor Wilson la n triad aad
trustworthy executive. Hie brilliant
reoord as governor of New Jersey
"Governor Wilson Is an eminently
sane and sensible man. He Is an ami
nently honorable man. He has digni
fied every placo which he has held.
He haa performed a splendid public
sendee by lifting the present cam
paign out of the riot of mudsllnglng
with which Roosevelt began It
"In every personal characteristic.
Governor Wilson is equipped to be
any man's president, without regard
to whether that man is a Democrat or
a Republican. What, then, of his po
"Governor Wilson Is, and always haa
been, a ssnsible Democrat, but he la
not and never haa been a silly, violent
"Governor Wilson stands for honesty
and efficiency in federal admlalstra
tion. Bo do all save those who prett
by graft aad Ineflcleney.
"Governor Wilson etaada for tha
earblag of trusts and monopolies, fa
do all, except monopolists aad their da
fender, Theodora ltooaeveit
Governor Wilson stance for a
prompt aad steady downward revision
of the tariff. Bo do alne-toaths of tha
people of the United States.
rlnAPTLov Wllafla laluna lm m. 1
radical taril revision than do a large
number of the rank aad lie of Be
pabllcaas. Bat Governor Wllaoa la
the only candidate who If elected will
permit the revkrion of the tartf at alL
"Tha tariff haa bean ta high far a
generation. Is It not better to take a
ckaaee at getting it too low nooordtag
to Repabllean ataadarde than ta let
tha known fraaae ef the present re
gime eonttaae for another fear yaara
te rob the pabUer
"Why aot WUsoaT Ha will give an
beaeet, a dlgalied, a eapahle adminis
tration. Ha will respect the eoaeUta
tlea. He will aae that the tarlf la re
vised dowaward. He will curb traata.
He will serve the people.
"Why aet Wllsanr
John D, Archbold, for the Standard
Oil compaay, gave $100,000 to Roose
velt's campaign fund la 1104 hat re
fused to prosecute the harvester trust
more, which was demanded,
J. P. Morgan of the stsel trust aad
othsr Interests gave the Roosevelt faad
la the same year $100,000, and did give
up $$0,000 mora.
Mr. RooeeveR furiously proassatsd
the Standard Oil compaay, bat he re
fused ta preeeeute the harvester trust
aad the steel trust aad gave the steel
treat permlssloa ta absorb Its ealy aa
Ferklas ef tha steal and
(awTreJ' fjMpfJM 9m
Maw Terk life laaaraaai
umi sassivaM'ai aamaataa ftinS"
and refuaded It whan JBm feet
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