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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1911)
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K.ED CLOUD, NKUK.ASICA, XOVWM15EII 2, H)ll.
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.
Mentis loss of sleep which is biul for
everyone. I'oley'n Houey am Tiir
Compound stops the oougii :it once, re
lieves the tickling and dryness In tlie
tliroivt iind lieuls the iiiDaiiicd inetn
'brunns. Prevents it eold developing
into bninehitls or pneunioniu. Keep
always in the lions'. Refuse Butisli
tutes. For Halo tit Henry Cook's dvnj?
The llnet't lino and hvsl uviorhnent
of Humors ever curried be fori;. Call
and look itoror. MmttlAitr Ditoet.
Head The Chief for all the news.
Wall paper, paint, varnish, mould
ing, pnlutiug and papering contract
ed. Slo.s, the Wall Paper Man.
Backache. Headnchr. Nervousness
And rheumatism, both in men and
women, mean kidney trouble. Do not
allow it to progress beyond tlits roaeh
of medicine but stop it promptly with
Foley Kidney I'ills, Tliey regulate
tlio action of tins m-inury organs."
Tonic in action, quick in results, For
sale at Dr. Cook's drug. .'ore.
JAny where between these prices
you will find ju the Coat you
are looking for.
Pn the new shades Tans, Grays,
Browns. With the new collars
either "close up" or "low down"
you will find comfort either for
cool or cold weather.
Let us show them to
-" Tfi cxoSSsgg "
This itore is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
Edith L. McKcirjhan, candidate
for Clerk of the District Court, was born
in Illinois, and came to Webster County
with her parents when o child. The
qualifications which fit her for the office
which she seeks arc as follows: she is a
graduate of the Queen City business col
lege, was her father's Secretary during his
last term in congress, has ncld the posi
tion of stenographer in the office of the
Commissioner of Public Lands and
Buildings, of the State of Nebraska, four
years experience as book-keeper and
stenographer in the State Hospital at
Hastings, Nebraska. Two years ex
perience as stenographer in different law
offices and for the past five years, has
been employed as Deputy Clctk ot the
To any person entertaining the idea
that a man is better fitted to perform
the duties of a public office than a
woman, 1 desire to say that there is no
citizen of Webster County better quali
fied to discharge every duty pertaining
to the office of Clerk of the District
Court than Miss Edith L. McKcighan.
1 am in a position to know, as she
has been my Deputy for the past five
years, and it is a pleasure to me to testi
fy to her ability and worth.
If elected, I am positive Miss Mc
Keichan will discharge the duties of the
office to the entire satisfaction of the
public. " -.. ...,
GEO. W. HUTCHISON.
Clerk of the District Court.
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The New National Alarm
Tuesday, November 7, 1911
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Mark Your Ballot Thus:
FOR OLKRK OP THE DISTRICT COURT
EDITH L. McKEICHAN. (xj
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT,
WESTERN 'DIVISION WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI.
ADELAIDE UTTER, CMRK.
KMNBAB OITY, MO., Sept. 21, 1011.
Mtsa Editu L. McKkiohan,
Dasr Madam: I am in roipt of your letter of the lOtu. As you are
entirely familiar wltli the duties of the office of District Clerk, I aee no reason
why you should not be clerk, simply because you are a woman. I have been
United States Circuit Olerk for a longtime, to the apparent satisfaction of
both Benoh and Bar.
The United Mttttes Dlstilot Cleric here for a number of years wsb a
woman, she having resigned last July, and-there is also a woman deputy in
charge or the united States Circuit and District Clerk's ofllce at Joplin.
With best wishes for your success '
To the Voters of
A few reasons why you should vote
for Oscar A. Arnold for County Treas
urer. IIo is Jn every way qualified to per
form the duties of the oftloe.
His honesty is unquestioned.
He Is exceptionally well thought of
in his home community.
lie ta willing to lay down bis pres
ent occupation (that of faming) and
take personal charge of the offlM ha
He will give to the offlca the same
careful attention that he has gjreo to
his private business.
His habits are strictly temperance.
He has been a life long resident of
Webster County. From 1802 to looi
he taught school in Webster eounty.
xoo will make no mistake by eastina
your vote for OSCAR A. ARNOLD,
Dnnf an's Record
The county stamlpat republican
midline comprised of two dignified
ent)omeu of our acquaintance is
making home wort of effort to promote
the campaign of Mr. Orermau, their
candidate for the district judgeship.
No doubt Mr. Orermauwould make a
very satisfactory judgallf elected but
there is no reason for desiring his
election over Judge Dungan except a
political reason and wo have faith
enough in tlie voters of this county to
believe that this consideration will
have very little weight.
Harry S. Dungan, who is lust com
pleting hie first term, has made a most
commendable record and haa confine
ed the people of this judicial district
that he has all the qualities of the
good judge. It is universally conceded
by attorneys of all political faiths as
well aa by the great majority of per
sons who have observed the record of
this first term that the Judge Is entitled
to the usual courtesy of another elect
Of the twenty-eight district Judges
In the state Judge Dungan stands sixth
in the percentage of decisions affirmed
by the supreme court. The five judg
es whose, records are better than his
are all serving second, third or fourth
terms. Judge Duugan's knowledge of
the law ia above par and the moat able
men in the profession over the atate
predict continued success for blm on
Tlie oftloe to which he has been
elected and to which lie again aspires
Is an important one and should be
tilled by a man of strong and sturdy
character. Judge Dungan has quail
lied In the past four years, he has made
guvu, auu no urn iu ibvui u huukidk
our appreciation. Hoidrege Progress. 1
The Best Alarm Clock ever made. Built
and runs like a watch. More than a million
already sold. If you have not gotten yours,
do so now. NEW STOCK JU.ST IN
Jeweler and Optometrist.
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C B. & Q. w&'Inspector
DR.S. J. CUNNINGHAM
Succeanor to Dr. J. S. BMtOH
Staff Baik. PkfM 131.
Cluef Ads Bring Retails
D. D. SandersW M. D.
Office in Mood Block.
Boll, BlMk 4; Ind., 1S
Residence, Royal Hotel.
Belli 47; Ind., 37
Calls Answered, Day or Night
BID CLOUD, MKB.
When you think of
They have the finest showing of stoves
ever brought to Red Cloud. : : ':) :
HEATER AND RANQEB
At special Low Prices and extra HifktQuality.
flJuit t$ a sample
we have 15 inch
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48 inch high for
Always Glad To Show Moods.
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