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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1911)
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THE ONLY DKMOOItATlO I'APKH IN
JUDUKS HUPHKMB CUUIIT.
JamM It. Dean Ilroken llow
WMIto D. Oldham Kearney
William h. mark. Aurora
RAILWAY COM. TO VIM VACANCY.
Clarence K. Ilarman Iluldrege
UEOKNTH OF UNIVKKBITY.
J. K. Miller Lincoln
Charlc L. Andcmon , Oxford
Chariot T. Knnpp -... ..Lincoln
JU1HJK TKNTH JUDICIAL DMTIMCT.
Harry H. Dungan Mattings
A.I). Hanncy.. IJluo lllll
f (loortfo K. Coon ... District No. 4
A. It. Ilrluht.... Dlntrlct No. I
William It. Ilallcy . . Itcd Cloud
OtMar A. Arnold llluo lllll
CLKIIK OK DISTINCT COUItT.
Kdlth L. McKclghan Tied Cloud
COUNTY Hit Kill VV.
James Mcllrldo .. ... - Cowlcn
Gcrtrudo Coon.. ... Itcd Cloud
l'ctcr Morten- - llluo lllll
Miss Edith McKelgbnn has litul tho
experience, tho training and tho edu
catlou which nro neeessury for u clerk
of tho district court. Sho was roared
in this county ntid tho people 'out-rally
know lior worth. As an olllccr of
the county she would bo painstaking,
ngrceublo and competent 13o sure
and voto for Kdlth MuKelghmi
As the election draws nearer it Is
very evident that James Mcliiide, tlio
popular candidate for Sheriif, is gain
ing strength all over tho county. Mr
MoUrldv is well liked where evor he
goes and commands tho respect and
good of all. Ho is well qualified fur
tho ofllco and would nmke.au excellent
official. The duties of that office may
be intrusted to him. Give him your
The Review would be highly pleased
to see Hon. I'. W. Shea of Orjeana' be
come a candidate for a delegate from
this district to the democratic national
convention. He Is a thorough-bred
democrat and has never wavered in his
loyalty to Bryan. Let Mr. Shea give
us his word that he will enter the race
mnd we'll promise him the election.
We heartily second the motion.
Miss Gertrude L Coon democratic
candidate for the office of county
superintendent is well equipped for
that position. Sho has tho necessary
schooling and knows the needs of our
schools. She returned Monduy from
Hillings, Montana, where sho has been
teaching successfully, to take an act
ive part in tho campaign Miss Coon
makes one feel at onco that she would
make a first-class superintendent, She
Inspires all with confidence and is
especially well prepared for, the of
The office of county commissioner
la one of the most important office in
the county since all the money that Is
levied by taxation and expended by
the county Is directly under control of
the commissioners. It is important
therefore thutNthe men wo select to
perform this work should be tho very
best that can be found in the county.
Mr. George Coon and Mr. Fred Bright
are both of good judgement and would
make good officials in that capacity.
They nre careful and prudont and
know the value of a dollar. When
you enter tho booth remember Coon
The people of this county are be
coming nioro and more dibcrimluntluK
in their demand that those Necking
offloe should be honest and qualified.
It is not now enough to Ray a candi
date wants the orlleeor that he needs
It. When the oflice deals with large
sums of money the demand for honesty
and elllelcncy becomes htrongor. The
Democratic nominee for county treas
urer O. A. Arnold, meets all the condi
tions. Ho Is well qualified, is eftluie,nt
and is in a position to render this
county splendid service. In his home
community hu Is much roi-peottd and
fully trusted by all his acquaintances.
If elected he will mow to this city ami
tuku charge of the oflice pcisoiuilly.
No mistake will bo made by easting
your vote for O. A. Arnold tyr county
James Mcintosh, Uotid Overseer, for
this district, hub made the mott re
marUable improvement in the rouds
of the dlstilct of any luuu lu recent
yearn. He hus worked diligently and
faithfully and the tax puyers can
readily see l)ie value for their, money.
"Jim" worhs the rouds with the muuo
diligence that he worked his much,
and ho cuilalnlj itinvci tho dirt. lie
Is Improving Ills iiicIImhK for smooth
ing and lewlitig tht surface of tho
rond wliilo green and' fresh wit limit
too much I (iks of Hum and pt amines
soon to bo olio of tho tnnsi vnluaUle
niun to road liull(llii,' In Webster
county Moving tho dht is the most
Iniporlutit Item In rond building and
smoothing tliustirfnccnnil '-boulevard-lug"
Is one of thesccicts In tho trade
that will develop with practice mid
experience. A voto for .llm Mcintosh
for road boss is to endotsc faithful
and oiliclent service.
W.'It. Halley Democratic und People's
Independent candidate for county
clerk in a young man of such sterling
worth, character and ability that it
would seem that there should be no
hesitation upon the part of the voters
to elect him to that office for the next
two years. Horn and educated In this
county tills Is the first time that he
has been a candidate for any oflice.
He is sociable, pleasant and accom
modating and is well known. He is
an expert, accurate and rapid account-,
ant and bookkeeper. Ills qualifica
tions to discharge tho duties of the
office are of a high order. His eduoiii
tlou and natural inclinations all in
cline him toward the Hccurnto mid
careful work required in tho county
clerk's office. Ho hits served as deputy
county clerk for two yoms and is fully
acquainted with all of the details mid
intricacies of tho ofllco.
His ambition will be to do his woi k
Knowing him as wo do wo are sum
that all customers transacting buslni ss
with him will Uud him pleasant .and
accommodating bo that customer u
democrat, republican, populist or
If lie Is elected ho will feel truly
grateful for the great favor unci honor.
Special Session e? the Board of
Ukii Cloud, Gum., Oct. '20, l!)l 1.
Complaint having been filed with
tlio Hoard of Education that children
were unjustly excluded from school
because they weio under live jears of
age, the Dourd met in special session
totlike action relative to these com
plaints. Upon Investigation it was decided
that the Hoard has no legal right to
receive children in school under live
years of ago uud any money appro
priated for Mipplles,' teachers, equip
ment, etc.-, for tho education of child
ren under tho age limit is spent
Illegally. The . superintendent was
Instructed to noiify parents to this
effect and exclude all children now in
sohonl'contrary to the provision of the
At the home of the bride's mother,
Mrs. S. Day on Sunday evening
counted a quiet wedding when Miss
Mabel Day was united in marriage
with Mr. M. A. Albright. Miss Day
is well known us an educator in 'this
county and her abilities were recog
nized two years ago when the people
of the county placed her In tlio otlleo
of county superintendent. Sho Ins
made a very proficient, ofilcer uud Is
loved uud inspected by a largo number
of friends and ucquiautences. The
groom is a prosperous merchant iu
this city and enjoys a wide circle of
acquaintance. The new couple will
make their homo in this city and the
Chief is pleased to extend happy con
gratulations. GUIDE ROCK.
William Jackson returned Saturday
from Wuuueta where his biother-lu-law,
K. E. Mm phy and family reside.
We hear Mr. Murphy intends leturu
lngtouuuie Koek to live In the near
W. 12. Montgomery ami family aie
(joint,' to Orleans ami may deuide to
t' YOU IilKKnii'o. dainty Jnwelry
and goods th it are up-to-date, visit
our store. Wo make u specialty of
llrst clasi noodh nml our ijinilifleil
guiiraiitei'tl Is back of everything we
sell. Wo will soon it'ceive uniro tine
whluh is tho be-t,
mad e. by the best
J. C. MITCHELL,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
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THE New Banking Law is now in force and
the payment of every dollar of deposits in this
institution is guaranteed by the Bank Guaranty
Fund of the State of Nebraska.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Webster County Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.
G. W. Hagan delivered some very
nice arplcs in town Monday They
were wluesops and geultens.
Charles Molley is still In a critical
Mrs. Matlssa Hunt and her grand
son Wendell Campbell were Sunday
guests at the home of W. S. Lambert
and family. Mrs. Lambert 1b a daugh
ter of Mrs Hunt.
Elmer Watt, who has resided several
years in Idaho, returned to Guide
Rock Sunday accompanied by his
Mrs. (i P. Uuntgaveu rurally dinner
Sunday fit which twenty wcrojresent.
Those present were Prod Wutv" Wil
bur and John Watt, I'd me r Watt, wife
mid four children, John Onlovie, wife
and live children, V. Hunt, wife and
Uev. Williams of Kansas has been
hired to preach for the Christian
ohufch here for the coming year.
Mrs. I. B. Calvin and daughter llessio
have been visiting a few weeks in the
western part of the state.
Fall house cleaning .cems to be the
order in Guide Uoclt at present.
Mrs. Gnriisnu and Miss Van Woert
wore In Red Cloud Friday.
Real Estate IraMfers.
Transfers for the w'eek ending Wed-
ncsday, October as, 1911.
Alloo Tort etal., to K, J. Pulslper
.W, D. io lots It) 17-18 11 1 Gar
burs addition toll 0 "... 4:1.1.00
Alice Wnodsides to HertloU Ver
ger etal., wd to lot 3-13 1 Cox
addition to ltladen U.r.00
A. A. Itoreu and wife to W. H.
Caulk wd to lots 07-8 131k 1(1
Eva B. Ihireh toltoscoe U.Bttrch
wd to . Int In ne U so V so
s w i so no su i i SiVl 110-2-1 1
aud lots U iu sea 1-1-11.. . l.OO
We now have a most complete and attractive line of
Womeni Suits and Coats.
The best in line, in quality of fabric, in style and in woikmanship that
eastern factories can manufacture. Smartness, modishness character
ize every line! We carefully examined the Suits and Coats of the"
most, reputable Eastern women's tailors before buying; we compared
lines, fabrics, workmanship, lining in short every detail of the gar
ment, before buyingl Needless to say, you're assured the best that
money can buy!
Made of Serges, Cheviots, and Mixtures, in the most practical of
fall colors. Some are plainly tailored; others show dressy little touch
es of braids and trimmings.
Ideal Suits and Coats in weight, color and style for Fall and Win
ter wear, Other departments are equally able to supply your wants.
Miner Brothers Company
"A Mighty Safe Place to Trade"
Pred Odenrclder to Herman
Zachar!a-,wd,to ne i se M
James M. Emerson to L. E.
Spence and David O. Bennett
nod to lot 20 bfk ISpences ad
dition to Hladen L00
August Heinriohs to Alma Bank
wd to lots II, Viblk Hoovers
addition to Blue lllll 1200 00
August Helnrlchs to Louisa Kru
ger wd to lots 1, 2 blk 5 Hoov
ers addition to Blue Hill 1200.00
County Treasurer to It. W.
Koontis tax deed pt blk 33 Red
Cloud GO 77
John H. W ilmot wlfe to Minnie
M. Turner wd to lots 7-8-9 blk
I Kaloy and Jackson nddltton
to Reii Cloud 0m".00
Mortgages tiled, ib05 82
Mortgages released, S133GO
W. t. W. UdieCrAailicd In this City.
Lost Thursday evening the Wood
men of the World lodge was organized
In this olty with sixty three charter
members. The following ofllcera were
Ed. MoAllslor, A. L. "
T. J. Diamond. Clerk.
S. It. Plorance, Hanker.
H. O. Kunohcy, Escort.
W. W. Means, I. O.
Ilert I'orson, O. O.
Dr. D. D.Sanderson, Physician.
l. W. Turnnre )
Hoy Oatman Managers.
Uarry LoLsoii. )
Tho ccremouy of Introduction was
conducted by State Manager Edward
Walsh of Omaha.
After lodge un elegaut banquet was
served at the Hon Ton cafe to which
all tho members did justice.
See This Office for3ale Bills.
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IHE paint that holds to the
wood and lasts for years, is the old-fashioned kind, made of
pure linseed oil. turpentine and pure white lead. They
should be mixed on the premises by the painter, each in the proper
proportion for the particular surface to be covered. Use
Pure White Lead
It has stood the test of years and is used
by the best painters.
Set.d for Our Free Painting Helps
containing color sclinncs, miscellaneous painting
directions nnd n.iniii ol "llluo l.lst" 1'aintens in
vnur community who use our vrlilto lead, bend
for Helps Nn, I),
To r.UHTrns: If you uso our whlti- lead st-ml
To r.UHTrns: It you uso our white lead send li.VYvj iylB. JcfcwaaS r I Jaw
us your nnmo (or our I'aintcn' "Blue List." iL3bWC? Jl( KitbHbw! am
Write lot circular No. I). It k'lves particulars. fff 'f fit i isnafT aV
X NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY SWutmy!Cr
For male By H. AT. Qrlce Drug Co. and J. C. Mloaa.
us your nnmo lor our I'aintcn uiuc JList.
Write lot circular No. I). It k'lves particulars.
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
WAECHTER'S BIG TYPE
Public Auction, Tuesday, Oct. 31, 1911
44 H tad Big Useful
Boars mnd Gilts
SA LB TAKES PLACE AT
Q 5 fall of 1910 boars; 1 7 spring
20 spring gilts, all selected from our herd, and the Get of "Referend
um" (56623) winner of I st at Smith County Fair and I st and Sweep
stakes at the Franklin County Fair, this year.
3 "Choice Goods" (54 1 1 8) 2d prize hog at Lincoln 1910. "Pan
Tecumseh" (58643) and other good ones. Will have in the sale all
of winning Boars and Gilts we had at both fairs. We will also offer
a few extra fine Barred Rock Cockerels at private sale,
Catalogue ready for mailing utter Outohcr 15th.
A. N. W AECHTER & SON
John Brnnan and Fred rolb Auctioneers.
Test for Paint -
surface like a nail, protects the
boars; 2 fall of 1910 gilts; and
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