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RED CLOUD, BBRASKA. MARCH 20, MM 3.
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE
This issue is edited by the W. C. vT. U.
and marks the close of the editor's vacation.
It is true that you are not likely to lose your
savings if deposited in any good bankbut you
are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN NOT to lose them
when you deposit where you have the additional
protection of the State Guaranty Law. Such
protection is offered you here.
It is surely "good business" to deposit where
you get absolutely guaranteed protection, in pref
erence to placing money in a bank that guaran
The State Guaranty Law is behind every dollar de
poiited in this bank, and when you open" an account here,
you are ON THE SAFE SIDE.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
The National Women's
Christian Temperance Union
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Weesner, Perry $ Company
We offer you through this department the BEST
to be had in groceries. We carry a complete line of
canned goods put up under such well know labels as:
F. F. 0. G. - Punch - Mogul - Yellowstone
We also carry a full line of dried fruits.
In coffee we have the famous
Gold Brand and Golden Sun Brands
And in teas we have the
Golden Sun and Mariposa Brands
7 Our Vegetables and Fruits are always the best
In table Potatoes we have for sale now fancy
Minnesota Rurales at 75c Per Bushel
And for the grower we are offering genuine
Red River Valley Seed at $1.00 Per Bu. in Sack
The Women's. Christian IVinpcrnnco Union is thu largest HOisioty com
posed exclusive of women and conducted entirely by them. It Ih organized
in every state, territory and dependency in the Union, Including the District
of Columbia, Alaska, Hawaii, Canal Zone und tho Philippines and locally In
13000 towns and cities. There are also a number of scparute state unions
among the colored people. It's motto is, "For God and Homo and Nativo
Land.' It's badge, a knot of white ribbon It's 45 departments are grouped
uuder six chief heads: 1st, Organization; 2nd, Preventive; !lrd, Kduaatinnai
4th, Evangelistic; oth, Social; 0th, Legal.
Declaration of Principles5
We believe In the coming of His Kingdom, whoso service is perfect free
dom, because His laws, written in our members as well as in nature and in
grace, arc perfect, converting the soul.
We believe iu the gospel of the Golden Rule and that each man's habits
of llfp should be an example safe and beneficent for every other man to follow.
e believe that God created both man and woman in His own image.
and therefore we believe in one standard of purity for both men and women,
and in the equal right of all to bold opinions and to express the same with
We believe in a living wage; in counts of conciliation and arbitration; in
justice as oppose i to greed of gain; in ('peace on earth and good-will to men."
We therefore formulate, and for ourselves adopt the following pledge,
asking our sisters and brothers of a common danger aud a common hope, to
make common cause with us, in working its reasonable and helpful precepts
into the practice of everyday life:
I hereby solemnly promise, God helping me, to abstain
from all distilled, fermented and malt liquors, includ
' ing wine, beer and cider, and to emploj all proper
melius to discourHge the use of And trutllo in the same
To confirm nnd emforce the rationale sof this pledge, we declare oitr
purpose to educate ho young; to form n better public scntinioiif ; to reform, so
fur as possible, by religious, cthicul and hcientillc means, the drinking classes;
to seek the transforming power of Divine grace tor ourselves and all for whom
we work, that they and we may wilfully transcend no law of pure nnd whole
some living; nnd finally we pledge ourselves to labor and to pray that ull
these principles, founded upon tlie gospel of Christ, may be worked out into
tho customs of society and the laws of the land.
Greatest National Prohibition
Victory Ever Won
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m WILL TAKE PLACE!
Saturday, flareh 29
The veto of President Taft of the Kenyon-Webb Bill has been over
ridden by both houses of Congress. On February 28, the Senate, by a vote of
63 to 31, repassed the measure, and, on March 1, the House of Representatives,
by a vote of 241 to OS took similar action.
I thank Qod I have lived to see the day, when the representatives of the
American people will answer on the roll call with their votes; the entreaties
and Imploring prayers of millions of country-serving, God-fearing, homo-loving
men and women. This day, O men, we who hold high station, can dedicate
one vote to liberty, country, God, and home and re-dldicdte the Constitution
to the people and withdraw it forevej as a bulwark for that conglomeration of
cormorants who debauch manhood, slaughter womanhood, butcher childhood,
and crucify babyhood on tho cross of ulchol. Representative Roddenbcrry of
A Poll of the Press
AT lO O'CLOCK a. m.
Nothing Sold OvorlOo
For every month of the year there is a Birthstonc
For January, The Garnet
For February, The Amytheat
For 'March, The Bloodstone
For April, The Diamond
For May, The Emerald
For June, The Pearl
For July, The Ruby
For August, The Sardonyx
For September, The Sapphire
For October, The, Opal
For November, The Topas
For December, The Turquoiae
WHAT IS YOURS?
Wear m Queen City Guaranteed
Ring for Perfeot Satisfaction.
What Various Papers Say ol the Kenyon-Webb Victory
"This measure is the most far reaching piece of anti-liquor legislation
ever put before Congress," says the Wash into n correspondent of the New York
"That the people believe in the fundamental morality of the measure."
says the Richmond Times-Dcspatoh, "is proven by the vote in the House."
"The victory for the bill is regarded as the severest blow ever dealt the
liquor traffic," are the words of the Nashville Banner.
Tho surprisingly triumphant passage through Congress of the long de.
layed legislation stopping interstate shipments of liquor to points where state
laws prohibit its sale, is the most spectacular victory and iu some respects the
most significant one that temperance sentiment ever obtained in this
country. The Continent.
The opponents of the measure say that from the day it becomes a law
the breweries ana distilleries or tno country will begin to dwindle as com
mercial assets, and that by the time the "end of diminishing" is ireached the
business will be one-half what it is today and that there will be a correspond
ing shrinkage in the field of present employment in that line Chicago Even
The passage of this measure has meant a signal triumph for the tem
perance people of the United States, while It will be a heavy blow to the liquor
Interests. Nashville Tennesseean.
The fact remains that no one event in the last quarter of century has
given the brewery Interests as hard a blow aa this law. They will fight with
all their power In the future, but they might just as well try to stem the tide
lor the wave of the ocean. Prohibition as the remedy for the drink trafflo hsa
'come to stay, Kansas Issue.
E. H. Newhouse
Jeweler & Ontometrist
3 C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector.
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.: BARGAIN DAY BOOSTS COflTEST
Following is the standing of the Contestants:
Gertie Cartwright 67,960 Mrs. Clara Copley... 11, 875
'Miss Gertrude Coon .43,600
Miss Maude Hayes.. 34.000
Mrs. L. H. Matkins.. 25.100
Miss Rose McGuire.. 20.600
Mary Christian ..,..11,700
Grace Kinsell 11.000
Mrs. Ida Worden ....10.700
May Elliott j-10,700
Edna , VanHora 10.700
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