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The Red Cloud Chief
Red Clou4, Nebraska
PUBLI8BRD EVERY UlURfcDAT
Entered In the Pontofnce nt Red cloud, Neb.,
M Hccond Class Matter.
THE ONLY DKM0CHAT1C. TAPEH IN
President Woodrow Wilson.
Vice-President Tbos. K. Marshall.
U. B. Senntor-A. C. Sl.allenberger.
Congress -11. D. Sutherland.
Governor John H. Morel pad.
Lieut. Governor Herman Dlers.
Treasuier Geo, E. Hall.
Auditor Uenry C. Richmond.
Attorney-General A' M. Morrlsey.
Secretary of Stnte-J. W. Kelley.
Commlwloner W. II. Eastman.
Superintendent R. V. Clark.,
Railway Com. C. E. Harmon.
State 8eiiator Wm. Wecsner.
Representative-Oeo. W. Llndsey.
County Attorney-Fred E. Haurer.
County Assessor-Chris Fassler
District No. 2-W. G. Hoffman
Aa the campaign proceeds it is very
evident that the candidacy oT Senator
Moorehead for the office of Governor is
gaining grouud every day. He has his
own business an unqualified success
and if elected be will give the same
Dalnitaklutr care to the business of
the state as he has devoted to bla own
private interests. He is what la known
a a self made man and hla life baa
been one of achievement. This state
needs a good careful business adminis
tration and Mr. Moorehead is well
qualified In every way to give us just
that kind of an administration.
Mr. Fred Maurer has made good In
his first term in the office of couuty
- attorney. He was educated in the Red
Cloud high school and In the Univers
ity of Nebraska. He is a home pro
duct having spent his entire life iu
this couuty. lilscouductof the office
has called forth the commendations of
persons of all political faith aud his
services have proven to be of material
benefit to this couuty. lie la a man
of unblemished tnoial character and
he Is thoroly efficient aud palustaking
iu all his transactions. He is deserv
ing a re-election, his administration
merits aud indorsement aud he should
be returned for a second term.
Who levlea tb taea DUjur personal
aud real estataroperly? Wfue.oounty
commissioner Wfiospinnsbur money
10 raised T The county commissioner.
Tbeu the man who Oils such an office
ahould be a man of prudence, a man
who will carefully safe guatd the In
terests of the county. Mr. W. G. Hoff
man is Just such a man and he is well
equipped to do our business for us In
a conservative business like maimer.
He is a man in whom the eutlro coun
ty has confidence. He Is a man of
thrift but not of extravageucc, a mau
of economy but not of parsimony, a
man of enterprise but not of prodlcal
One of the most importaut offices iu
the state is that of railway commi-v
loner. A man to successfully transact
the duties of this office should be a
man who has some knowledge of tlic
-way rail roads are conducted and how
they ahould be controlled. What bet
ter education could a man have for
such a position than a traveling sales-
jnau? Mr. Harmon bus been over
practically every tulle of road in the
state of Nebraska, ktiows from actual
experience how Ireight is handled,
what the merchants uud others wunt
and he Is just the man for the place.
' Mr. Harmon U a careful observer, u
hard worker and a mau of good sound
judgment. No one will muko niiy mis
take In voting for Clarence Haimoii
for Ruilway Commissioner. '
Notwithstanding the fact that this a
presidential OHinpaigu year the people
mnst not overlook the interests that
are nearer home. The election of n
member of our state legislature Is Just
as important this year as it Is during
what. Is called an "off-year " The
candidates on the Democratic tioket
are men worthy of the support of all
Mr. W. L. Wcesner hss established
himself In this district as a man of
sterling worth, of excellent character
and a man of good common senso. It
can be truthfully said that he Is an
honest conscientious intelligent citi
zen Hnd Is capable of doing his own
thinking. .lie served one term iu the
last legislature aud his experience
there will lie of much benefit to the
people of the Mate if ho is intrusted
with the ofllco of state senator. He
has agreed to vote for the people's
choice for United States senator and
he believes firmly in the rule of the
Mr. G. W. Llndsey Is aspiring to a
re-election to the office of county re
present ative can point to his record In
the last legislature as a confirmation
of bis pie election promises. He did
Just what lid biilil he would do. He
redeemed every pledge and the know
ledge that he gained of legislative pro
proceedure, the ins and otils of things,
will make htm a more useful member
during a second term. We ,ottght to
foltow t'ie plan of our eastern counties
in keeping a good man in the leitisla
tare long enough to get the best re
sults from his activities and the Chief
believes that it would be poor policy
for Webster couuty to nuke a change
at this time.
Red Cloud, Nkiiii., Oct. 1st, 1012
Oknti: The proposed-Court House,
to be voted upon this fall at the No
vember Election, you may describe as
follows: The building being a two
story with basement, Fire Proof: Hir.e
84 x 81 feet ou the ground. The build
ing will be finished up in modern style,
provided with heat, plumbing and ven
tilation. The basement will contain County
Surveyor's room, Couuty Superintend
ent's room, ladles toilet room, gents
toilet room, historical room, four stor
age vaults, vault for Conn'y Superin
tendent, vault for County Surveyor
and Sheriff's entrance.
First Floor w contain Count ytli
Treasurer's room with vault, County
Clerk's room with tuult, future Couu
ty Recorder's room with vault, Probate
Court room and County Judge's room,
with vault, County Commissioners
room aud Abstract room.
The second story will contain two
Jury tooms, County Attorney's room,
with vault, County Sheriff's room,
Clerk of the District Court's room with
vault, two witness rooms, Judge of
the District Court, District Court room
to seat about 250 people, there will be
ladles and gents toilet room for second
floor corridor, also provide toilets for
each jury room and the Judge of the
The style of tha buildlne is carried
out in Colonial design, cut of which
will show for itself. '
E. W. Ross,
Wants and for Sale
All kinds of Electrical work done by
When In town get your dinner at
Wai reii'a Restaurant.
I handle Chase's dim Chocolate
Cdndyln bulk, 40 and 60c a pound.
"Set vi(!e,""Quallty"ntiri "Legitimate
Prices" these are the things, which
causes oar Jobllcparlment to' tend
The DlHmond Electric Vacfcm clean
er demonstrated iff your home free.
Call Phone Red 07. 1.
Fresh Oysters served to order at
Ca.ll rural phone 503 Jfyouhave
crear or poultry to sell. '" .
J. O. Calhwkli..
Fine assortment of box candy al
ways fresh. Absolutely the best. At
the Puritan Cafe.
Fresh candy, peanuts and cigars at
Canadian Railroad Wheat land for
sale on ten year's time at 0 per ceut
Intercut, for special Inducements to
renters. For excursion dates see or
write T. W. WntTK, Agent, R. F. D 8,
Red Cloud, Ncbr.
Season ticket sfor the Lecture Course
will be reserved Saturday morning,
Oct. 12, at 0 o'clock sharp, at Cook's
vinced that the Sticfcney Gasoline
Engine excels all others In its outside igniter, in its
cooling system, in its automatic mixer, in its gover
nor and valve motion, in the quality of material and
workmanship and in the satisfaction it will give
We have samples at the store and want every
one to come and let us show that this engine is what
we claim it to be the simplest and most reliable engine
ever made an engine with over 25,000 satisfied
You need an engine and the time to learn what
a Gasoline Engine (and especially a Stickney) will
do is Now. Come and let us explain and get one of
the finest Gasoline Engine Catalogs ever published
We have only a few catalogs for free distribution.
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Red Cloud Hdw. & Imp.
gH The Miner Bros. Co's
Large and Complete Assortments
This week we are prepared to show the lar
gest assortment ever shown in Red Cloud.
The Miner Bros. Company
j GENERAL MERCHANTS '
Ail Nighty Safe Place To Trade
A Bargain: My resldeuce property
on Webster St., near 1th avenue. First
good offer takes it. Don'r. be back
ward make me an offers Address
Geo. F. Newhouse, The Dalles, Oregon
Dr. Winifred Vlers nas locntcd with
Dr J. W. Morauvillo the office is now
opened for general practice. Calls
Hiiswtred promptly day or night
Baptist Church N.tlces.
Morning service: Sunday school at
10 Preaching at 11. Subject "The
Parting of the Ways."'
Evening service at. 7:.T0. Subject
'Strengthening the Weak " Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening nt 7:30.
To ali of these services there is a
'ThtC.t.D. Feed Sure
We carry a full line of Feed, Hay,
Flour, Oils and Gas
Try our Machine Oil on your mower
At present we have some, choice
Cane and Millet seed, come in and con
tract what you need before its gone.
F. E. II KN PERSON
Big Crowd to Red Cloud.
Over sixty of the !Ac.uleniy teuchers
11 net atiidpnts auil n fw bimtnisfl tnnn I
of Franklin went down to lied Cloud
Friday morniug on sixteen to witness
the first football name of the season
between the Academy football boys
and the Red Cloud high school team.
Saturday's Franklin News.
We will try and send up a big crowd
with our team when they go to Frank
lln. November 8th . to root for our
boys liro. Spenee.
After thorough investigation
and inspection of alt Gasoline
engines, we are positively con
Red Cloud, Nek.
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Coats - Suits - Skirts
Don't Wait but Come Now
FRIDAY OCTOBER 18.
Ojwra Home Red Cloud
POPULAR BOTH AS
SINGER AND READER
Miss Fisher Shlpp Praised by
Press and Public
Mbb Fisher Shlpp Is among the
elect of the lyceum artists. The peo
pie have chosen and applauded her
from, coast to coast. She Is psalsed
In the highest terms by public and
press both as reader and singer. It
Is doubtful In which branch of art
she lis moet popular. She takes the
leading part also In a musical and
dramatic sketch, ably supported by
members of her company, and the
audience is convinced that sho might
become a most Buceeauful actress.
Her ncccmiillehincnts nre of such
moilt'that It Is difficult to secure as
sisting avtleta whose work will not
seem' rotnmonrlaco by comparison
and be unappreciated, hut in this re
spect ,there s a contrast only In the
nature of their work and not in the
quality. It Is in every respect a well
balanced and harmonious company
that renders programs td be long re-'
,membred with pleasure.
Thtf;personnel consist of Miss Fish
er BhJpp, reader and soprano; Miss
PaullHe Harrington, alto; Miss Marlon
Barry violinist; Lloyd A1. Loar, maa
dolln, frnando-viola, piano and man
ager. Season Tickets will be re
served Saturday Morning
October 12, at 9 a. m. Sharp
Cook's Drug Store
No, On Praon will b al
lowai to rtftrvo mora than
6 tfcktts at ono tlmo ro
mamtr this fact.
SeasonTlckets can be purchased any
ilme Cook's Drug Store
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The standard of quality
in latest styles. : : :
new styles in
Fine Complete Line
of Sweater Coats.
We invite you to call and
look our stock over. : : :
WIIIfainerlaictlmcrlibitliicMln Kansas aa
Nebraska. Aab aba it air wtrk. Terms
reasonable. Riral PHONE 17 aa 8
J. H. DOYLE
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