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BED ' CLOUD, IfEliEASKX, 0tttM9
FORMER W.EBSTKR COUNTY
MAN'S REPORT ON CITIZEN
I v.c t to .the Citizenchij) Crtifoi-
ence r a self npr.ointcd delegate
from a very wet town' in iutlu?tr ui 'failed to eu W l-on. Sm ::iy aftci
New Ki.glnnd. My expense weic 'noon' were pi'twiil who . (Jovcinor
paid by n committee of drvs, wh.ch Jl'inchot exploded IiIk bomb .hod w.ihh
provided liberally for everything I has caused great glee am. ng t .e e'ryi..
Avoid' i.eed on the trip and told nr fuller (JIjihs cf Virginia a-vl Rnhh
to Jill ry back. , Wine of Now Vork had whetted our
A very uiunuial situation developed nppot'tc lor concussions b i)oll ..g
n.oi our arrival n Washing- Congressman Hell of Maryland rnd
toi. 'Ihc chap 1 was travelling with the Solicitor (lenernl of thr United
va.s a rraterruty man, aril tin; first State i and the Pinrhot ticated u
1 ing be did wa- to trot mc owr to ,to a ical explosion which threaten
the lot I chapter ot his bulge mid to upset tic whole cnforcumei.i o.
gct u-i both put up for the thice ganizntion o' the government, lie
days of our stay. On no roiiMdera- 'declined that contempt of law n.is
tion wculil these Hplcdie! men o' the grown until it constitutes a natio.ial
fraternity accept a cent of my hotel 'emergency threatening the crv e:.
mor.c; , and I ut once faced the apall- instance of democratic government
ing possibility of having to carry and thoicforc the President b bound
home a .urplus of cash on hand. It
was only by consc'enlious hammering
that I was able to reduce this un
healthy condition, but I did it, and by
the time we got home my state was
the happy and normal one of being
The conference was piesidcd over
by Fred H. Smith, a lusty old general
who has for years been an irrcpies. -ible
leader in gurriln warfare
against present day powers of dark
ness. It was this man who has hugely
been responsible for the calling of the
citize tidi'p conference
JJishop McDowell Washington, gave
us n belligerent address of welcome,
thunc'erlng so that one involuntarily
pictuied t.iis white haired old j.atr'ot
as stai.ding in the lulu mc its of
Patrick Henry or Joh i Ar.dams. "Wc
have seen that the liquor clement has
alwa - adiptcd
tow; i any law
with the r ucfiuious trade. Shall ,ln's enigmatic motios-llable with i.
this lawless minority any lotigei defy retrieving motion of his bead. Sena
the ; eminent by the people? If j01' Borah, calm, siuew-l and fearless
we ba . sh tie saloon fiom our fnuit ' masterly address maintni ied
dim, lull we allow it to icturu by tll!lt "ot ' t-'o eighteenth amend
the b k door or through the cellar ",t!Ilt t l-s the first a ,d the fifth
IIa -,g banished it from the upper ,' "" the lest imist b impartially
woilc foievor, shall it bo allowed t,uphold by rich and poor alike. "The
io .m t.irough the underworld No. banker who leceives tho bootlegger
Ten lUnusaid times NO!" ho said. ,"' 1)l.vs '' lroduct, thus olaL rig
A t... this buglo. c.ill, the confer-itho '-'ightecnth amendment, can have
enco -iillnl up its sleeves and piHied,110 ,oal n,sC aK'li"ht the associate of
Uo o liu iness of finding out the tl,:it 'otlcggcr who enters the bank
f -. .i the situation. CommiM.inr.ci i""'1 robs il' t,ll,H vIoluthK the lifth
Roy Havncs of Ohio, head o' the ""iciHlment.' He made us :c that
Ke.'ei I K ifoivcmiit Department was tllcl' ,m,st bc a Renaissance of res
hape.! befoie this bodv of seven l)Cct for constituted authority or
l.i .o.i ,'jn..,i,i,i s.w,i ,...
'Vo ii the facts, whether good
or la." they sa"d. We want the
f all vim have given me to i
,. , i ,. .i i
c i.i iwl.i'.n Iiorder, tie Meican '
I 1 I. AHm.fli. fwwiuf Ihii Pnjiili'i i
'.,., , ,'..' " '..frightened at the undermining of re
t ."I 1) fonet out the soincos of . , ... .
ii tho interior" answoied i
II j.. "Yet we li.-ve ot failed.
We '0 centr.ilizing bonded liquor,
in Jv aiohouse.. We h. e io
due ' -uince of permit to a mill. on
inl 'T,e half gallons a year. Smuj'gl
ed 1 q .ir eaiinol bo more th'M one a:.l
one , alf per cent of pic-prohibit on
con? i'ii lio l, and we aie drivi ig the
bootlegger out ol society and outjaw
' g t. e whole trafllc. We :tk yoj to
Mp us by seeing that your own
' olice attend to local violations and
I) have us free for the work of dic
ing vi the sources of apply "
We Io irned another thing from Hry
nes; . thing which he didn't tell u
We learned that Haynes, whole-hearted
and sincere as he is, is not big
cnouuh for the job he holds. Govci
nor P,i ehot's Sinduy rseeh demand
ing that the President himself assume
charge of enforcement voiced the
sentiment of the majority of the con
ference on this matter.
The fact find ng commit.sion of the
federal council of churches h their
report did' not agree with the Com
m ss'on in all things. On the whole
they were a little more pessimistic,
pointing out that enforcement is very
lax in some portions of the country,
and insisting that there has been a
general loosening during the past
year. That proh bition is a failure
was emphatically denied.
Corruption in high places was
charged by diaries Zehniscr, execu
tive secretary of the federation of
church of Pitt iburgh. The brewers
get 18 a 'arrel for beer, it costs
abcut $2 for transportation, ut the
saloon keeper of Pitt iburgh pay $.r0
a barrel for it. "Whore s that other
$30 a barrel going " he asked and
charged that Commiss'oner Hlair ol
Washington could give an answer to
tliis question, and could also explain
several other incidents whcie theie
hfd beoi an obstruction of justice in
civ es which had been carried to the
national capital. A mn.i from
Yoiingstown, Ohio, widen narre-ns to
be Hlair's homo city, confirmed this
est nate of the official, sayi'pg that
Dhur hud always, been a nolouous.
wet and that ovory one who knows
him belioves that proliibiiion ""has
been betrayed in the house of its
fricntls by h a uppolntmcnt. Such
statements make lively listening just
at this time.
Wc attcmlod church Sunday morning
In Ex-Pi evident Wilson's church.
"heard a rather owliiiurv sermon and
hy his oath of ofllce to assume charge
of enforcement till law and order ate
established. Because Phichot is do ng
as well as talking, his words carr'ed
the conviction that was right, and
we cheered him to the echo.
Hilly Bryan and Allen of Karsas
spoke at the meeting attended by the
President. Each of them said one rc
markublc thing. Hear Bryan: ''The
Democratic party will now have to do
something constructive, s-lncc booze
can no longer ubsorb all the time of
Allen: "The other day I passed the
old Kcllcy Cure Institute in Illinois,
and saw that its doors weic baited
and .ts windows were boaided up. It
closed for want of business."
Other gieat men spoke. Congi ess
man Upshaw got so veliemnt that ho
displaced his store teeth ."nil eiu'ed
'ovenil bitii g stateme .U vcimik wet
1)V exclaiming "Ub" ; cromp..i..i .;;
rtiiieii.ca is (loomed.
The total cirect of the C'itizensh.p
Conference car. be summed up bv say
ing that it gave au emphatic shove on
the pendulum of public opinion, of
the eighteenth amendment and as
sociated legislation. The he t citi
zens of the nation,
zens of the nation, weary of the opon
, ,. , . . ..',
Haunting of this law and a little
.iiL'ii i or an law which violation in
ths luw has caused are begl-ining to
say with heat "Heiieal or Enforce .
IIAKOI.D K. KEY. U. C. II. S. MG
Making the Right Friendships
If you luw i little fulry in your
l.oiuf, nrn big one lor that inntler,
Hi t' just the pliieo wbeiv ti subscript,
on ti 'I lie Youth's Companion will lit
in. U'hfii iho voung'folUs.biing new
iie'ipiiiiiiiniicf.s to i lie liou.su you my
tniulity hh u ful to Mini out about tlicm
bufcre lulinltting tbfin to iminucy. In
llio siiine way you slioulil niiike sine
wlu tlier Hie mental fi lends that they
iiiuUe t'lr.iiigli rending are of u kind to
Inspire tli-m or to destroy all the) Ideals
that you have boon at ho much pains
to iinp'aiit. Fry the Youtb'h Cumpan.
ion for a your Suei how quickly it be.
comes an indlspensab'o member of the
household, one of unfailing chnrm and
coiisittiit. stimulus to high endeavor.
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THE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
Comtuonwcallh Ave. & St. Paul St.,
At Least, One May Attempt.
The poorest tune or hymn Hint ever
was .sung Is better Hum no tune am!
no hMims. It Is lienor to sln' tlmn
to ho dumb, however pour the slnghi):
may be -Henry Ward Meeehor.
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The bcst.place for Picturo
Now Hint siiiniin r Is out lln- glil
can put their furs hito eold storage
You inn loll good lorn by the hlw
of llio ems. Inn this Is not true '
Women sliinilil niiiko hottor llle.'
than men. They no up in the air si
Common souse will .settle any ii.
Hon that rouies up If .mmi have sen.-i
enough to n.ve II.
A l.lui'oln restuuiant alwnys gives
the biggest pieces of pie to patrons
who sit iievt to the windows.
I know a battery mini who sells a
buttery for $IO.".o and makes SIS prolil
on It. The prollt Is In the repairs,
.Many people would he a whole lot
better oil- If It were Impossible to
buy anything on the payment plan.
It Iiiih got so that holidays that are
et aside for patriotic purposes are
really only ailditional days for loaflm:
I llnil lots' of faldt with The P.oss
hut I tlcn't know whnt I would do
with her If sho were different from
what she Is.
My choice for .President Is Kvorott
True. To my mind he has ull the
necessiry ipiiilllli'iitlous for u llrl
Ho runny auto aceldeiils linppo.i on
Sui'i'.iy IhefA-e Wi-od Is uf-al.l to
go to elinirh for fear he will be kill
ed on the way.
The person who Is nhvays inylnp
down rules of conduit for other
alwa.vs gets mnd when liN own short
coinings are exposed.
It Is wrong lo be omlou but when
I see a country editor who lm- noth
ing to do but lool; after his own pa
per I can't help it,
I wish the girl across the street
would iiiuUe her beau ipiit driving a
Pord or send him home before 2
o'clock In th morning.
Sinning could he done much more
conveniently If a fellow could take
his noo tiff and lay it n-lde whllr
engaged In the operation.
once there was n pi Inter who tried
to follow the Injunction of the sunshine
distributors and whistle at Id., work
Ills funeral was poorly attended.
one editor remarks- that you .-.m
run your business without adxertis
Ing. j ist like .von can run your mr
without ns. nn,i that Is down hill
Someone remarks tlmt yon can't
force n sjii.imiii education upon a S2i
boy. In other words, lots of gom"
-ecllnn luiiids have been ruined by n
i allege education.
Cleed.t people are al4,tis trvlm
to get more than their share. Hut
patient, decent f"!ks usually fin
about as well in the long run nix!
have iiioi i fri-Mids,
Those people vt-o pretend tr
want eipuil rewards for everyone real
ly menu that the. want to prosper at
the expense of these who are Indus
trloiis and thrifty.
I've L'ot a hiy.. s'len'; in me which
N alwnjs plannln'.' how I i.ui get
along without work hut I am nevoi
really satlslled unless l can at lea a
it (Mend to ho bu .
If P.ig ltiisine-s would spmul less
money for press (g nts and publlt It
departments and more for legitlnia'
iihertislng it would bo better limit
stood mid hnve m re friends.
I am such an 'ordinary old plug
i hat It Is much more pleasant for mo
o have a friend who is as ordinary
us I am and a handy liar In the bar
niiii than It Is to have a friend who
'sMilgh minded and brutally frank.
I am neither a Catholic nor a Mason,
mil never epoi t to be, but It Is dim"
ult for me io believe thil Catholic.
ire not loyal to th government or
hat Masons help tln'.r comrades nvoK
Mio eoiiM'nuences of crime.
I lost out on a aO'iil dinner recent
y by not being able to get to th
'loine of Carl Cass on time. Not on''
uis the dinner goe.J but 1 could lm
'iiteti It without n Miiis'iuu string e
rowllng like I bao to put up wit
.t certain other pla. t where I Uit
If .on are goln.' io b" a cumlhbit.
'or olllce don't wnsie lime and inone.v
ilng to get free advertising from the
iitpers. Conio to r.ie mil I'll tell jou
,ow to really get your imk! ipin' '
before tbe pi.bllc.
A few yet.s ago wo- ci v. liu v.". '
nine wml, v .n i li.e.v in gei r'
making cotton llanittl giir.oH, orapr
or Piibirifln;; jiletiir. and tlio e'ost
.in outtlt rtiin eul. a l-n dollars. Nuv
all tho women i.r. fiseil to b '
Unlt'tlng niaclducH .,i ,i ; ;li prleo, am
do home knitting. " - ."
-:EAK5fe3Li:E3 IILirfc 7S
1 W MS-h YELLOW PENCIL lR:tt.u$.fAtcrr.eMA5AootH:atouMTRiiil
'g-g EAGLE PVUL CO. MrYOmMSA. HE woruT
" .i i i-"i Nn
Mr and Mi tinotge Uohier vNited
at tl i Joliu 11 'n home Tuesday.
Mis I'Vanc s A' bolt is visiting at
file li tr' Abb. it hnme this week
Mr. and Mt Win Itclilian ofTopeka J
are visiting rei.itve iu this vicinity. I
Mr-. Iloy McjeiA i liuvlug finite a
siege with the intimps ut this writing.
M. I). Luiiing.iii. living south of
Smith Certer, I iiusklog corn for bis
uncle C. R. Lai.utgaii. I
Austin Spuriier and family vi.site.l 'n
UurrOak Satu-ray. I
Bail Abbot' and wife, lloua Lull
and family we-ie duiiday visitois at il e
Newell Marriu homo. I
Mr. Leo Abbott, sou Kennel Ii Mid
daughter .li bVanues HUtoed lietol
from Martinsville. Indiana. They have
come to resid" here. Mis Abb.Mt is
to come thru o.i the train la er Mr. '
and Mrs. Abboit left here for Indiana
live years ago, but seems like n.icc a
resilient of Kdiisas or Nebrn. t and
leav , they usually return.
In the District Court of
Webster County, Nebraska.
DaUi . Mu'iuner', P.aiiiftr
vs Liom. No 1. 1 K. '
Cli.it ir K iviity. Kmin 15 l. u'. bio
Claiei.ee Joties, L'liian R. ,Kn.e. I.N .
Claieliee KeiVe, Kte Ileeve, h'S wite
Past Natioi ill UanU. HnlyoU.-, Cob a
Lot 'lo('2) in U.ockOne(l) u.Yrtice's,
S-coii.t Addition t ttutde H'cU, Wet.
ster County, .Vebrnska.
The above named defendants atitl
e it'll e.f them, as well a the unknown
claimants to the real estate above des-c-itbt'd,
will take notice that epn the!
tiHt.l day of October 102:j, Uavid , ;
Muuimtrt, plaiutiir beiein ti.cd bis
iu'Iioo In said court agaicst said tie
fondants, the object Hint prayer if
which is to forecioe a cert.iln ta, ii'ii
ceitlficateis&ued ana nstMt el leal e-
ttte liy the Coui.U Itvnsiiiei i t Web.
ster County, Net mU. on tho 1 h day '
Ol .NDWIIIl.CI' ..Lit slltis, (jiieilt 1h.-
e p.ibl therein. .. e' , i, i.w aiie'imiiiig to
JI221H) to have the nmoiiti' s0 yaW
with inteteAt I hereon dealeed a lltt
li.Mi against said real e-'"te iiii-i for a
s tie uf siibi teal os'siie t ?itisty said
lien. You are leqn r-d t. answer said
P'tlllon on or before til ITlll day of
David . Mmmnert. Plaiutiir, '
Uy Kieii Mauiei, H Attorney ,
163 Acre Faim For Sale
I. dented o miles from Wheeler, Kiis.,
and 7 Miles frum br. Praiieis The
farm is practically loel, So acres!
being in cultivation, balance pasture,
all fenced. Uood well.water. (!0 acres'
of corn that will j ield .'." to 50 bushels
per acre, 20 acres of feed in shock, -10
acres in fall wheat that is up. All new!
farm machinery, S head hoises, II good
milk cows, 2 wagons, 2 sets of work
harness, 12 hog, f0 chickens, and
household furniture goes with farm
Farm cost $10,000 but owner will take
$0,000. Can give time on $'2.7CO Write
Hox Hi, r. f'. d 2, S'. Frauds, Kans.
Local Union to Meet
HEAR YE! The Red Cloud Farmers
Local Union No. 1222 will hold an open
meeting at the Odd Fellows hall, FrL
day oveulng, Nov 10, at 7:30. Short
program. The address of tho evening
will be given by Rep. Dan GHrber. He
will have the entire evening Hud will
discuss the legislative proceedings of
the last session of the legislature. It
will be well worth your time and
trouble to hear Mr. Oarber. All other
Locals near Red Cloud are urged to
attend as well as the people of Red
Cloud A. D. Pelrce, Prosldent.
Geo. W. Hutchison
Real Estate Farm Loans
Red Cloud, :-: Nebr.
- OVER STATE HANK
That's just what Dr. Hess Poultry
CHAS. L. COTTING, Th.n,i.,
25 HEAD of IMMUNE DUROC
JERSEY BOARS at Private Sale 8
We are not holding a Sale this fall, so you will
be given the opportunity to select a Boar sired by
Sensation Giant. Fashion Leader or Constructor. This
breeding is the best that you will find anywhere and
these boars are the long heavy boned kind, and our
prices are right.
We also have some sows with litters at side that
we offer at bargain prices.
GEO. BRIGGS & SON
CI AY CENTER, NEBR.
Yes, We Have No
Mr. Business Man
WE HAVE TWO OF THE BEST LINES
OF PAPER FOR YOUR STATIONERY
MAIL ORDER BOND LINEN
Try Hammermill Ripple and be Convinced
The Hed Gloud Chief
In the County Court of
Webster County, Nebraska.
HTATKof NEBRASKA, K
WEH-Tnnnoi'XTi. (J '
In the matter of theestateof Michael
Creditors of Said Estate Will Take
Notice, that the time limited tor pres
entation find filing of claims against
the same N February 15th, 11)21, and
for the payment of debts is October
2l)th, 1021, thnt 1 will sit at the county
court room in said county on the KJtb ,
day tf Ffbriiiuy, 1021. at lo n'ol-'ch, A. !
M . m u-celvc, examine, lit in , allow, eir
adjust all claini'. and objection duly
Hated this 20th day of October A. !)
(Seal) A. P. RANNEV,
' ' County Judge.
Help your Moulters
If you want your hens to
If you "want them back on
the egg job promptly fall
and winter laying
Then you must make sure
that your moulters are heal
thy and hungry.
They must eat lots, and be
able to digest what they cat.
does for your moulting flock.
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by the amount of
insurance you carry.
Don't lull yourself into h fancied
Because tire has never touched you
it doosn'tfollow that you'reiinmuno
Tomorrow -no today, if you have
time-nnel you better find time
cninc to tho nflleo mi'' we'll wrlto
11 policy on your houso, furniture,
store or merchandise
LATER MAY HE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
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