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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1912)
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Bullttln of The W.ak'a Doing.
Roy Robinson is home from Denver.
R. A Halter left (or Unsttngs Friday.
L. II. UlacltlcdKc Is in Lincoln this
Eil Uilluid of N'aponeo was in town
Chris Fustier was down from Hlue
Arthur Shcely of Hastings was in
J. A. Klrldand of Falrbury was in
town over Sunday.
R. O. Wan en of Seotts Bluff was a
Sunday visitor in town.
Clarence Carpenter was a business
visitor to Alma Friday.
James Hall of Ravenna was in town
Tuesday visiting friends.
Fou Sale: 3 good work horses and
1 driving horse-GUS Pundt.
Wasted A good young driving
horse. Miss Lillian Kooxti.
Better go over to Smith's hog sale
and get one of those big males.
Leroy Spence of Harvard was visit
ing friends In town over Sunday.
Oscar Hughes aud wife visited with
Geo. VanCamp and wife last week.
Geo Topbara was down from Blue
Bill this week visiting his parents.
Mrs. E. A. Watson of Womer, Ras.,
was a Bed Cloud visitor Wednesday.
Wm. Soottjof Ayr was in town at
tending to business affairs Monday.
W. H. Taber was over from Lebanon
Kas., to spend Sunday with his child
ren. Geo. J. Warren and wife left Sunday
for a few days visit at Linooln and
Fred Burden was a passenger to
Axtell Tuesday where be will visit
James Ryan returned Wednesday
from points In north western part of
Ed Herrick of Hebron has accepted
a position with the Lincoln Tclcphouo
Co., here. ,
Mrs. Mark Patks was a passenger
Wednesday to Hermlon, Kas., to visit
A. P. Ely aud wlfu left for McCook
Wednesday af tcr.visltlng relatives boro
for some time.
Miss Carrie Dewitt is vlsitug in
Hastings this week with her aunt,
Mrs. Warren Longtin. ,
Mrs. Arnold of Hlonmlngton vUlted
her daughter Miss Elsie Arnold over
Saturday and Sunday.
Read J. H. Hamilton A Son's Poland
China Hog Sale advertisement which
appears in this paper.
Geo. Overing was a passenger to
Ludell, Kas., Wednesday where he will
attend to business nffairs.
Marion Mercer, Lew Hohensee Jand
Leland Caldwell arrived home from
Denver Saturday morning.
The man who lives in this commun
ity without working for its Interest is
riding Bomeone else's horse.
Mrs. L. Smith visited with Mrs. San
ford Fox Tuesday and leturncd to her
home at Bloomington Wednesday.
J. H. Hamilton & Son's of Guide
Rook will hold their Hth Poland China
Hog tale at Burr's Barn, Nov. 2nd.
This community is ready to say a
good word for the man who is ready to
say agood vprd for this community.
Mr. Robert McCartney and Miss
Florence McCartney of Denver visited
with Mrs. Jas. Ryaa the first of the
Mrs. Bernard McNeny aud daughter
Helen returned borne from Lincoln
Friday where they bad. been visiting
The Red Cloud High school foot ball
team will go to Smith Center, Kas.,
Friday to play foot ball with the high
school team of that place.
If you are looking for good Duroc
Jersey Hogs attend H. B. Miner's Bale
ft, Guide Rock, Nov. 8. The herd con
sists of 24 Males and 10 Gilts.
There will be a llalowe'un supper
at John Christian's home one week
from Friday night Nov. 1st, Prioe of
supper will be 20 cents. Everybody
invited. Come and have a big time.
For the woman who"walk there U no hoe made that
can hold a candle to the Treadeaiy.
While Treadeaiy hoe are wed aad recommended for
every kind of wear, they are ewentially walking thoet.
You can walk farther and walk easier in a pair of Tread
eaiyi than in any thoei made, no matter what the price.
Every pair of Treadeaiy ihoe have full rubber heel and
cork cushion insoles. They won't sweat the feet and they
won't Ike the ankles. Treadeaiy shoes are always $330
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"The Cheapest Coffee
You Can Buy."
If you are in the habit of judg
ing Coffee by price; change
your habit, for this occasion and
let us send you a pound of our
GRAND CANON Brand at 40c
per pound. Watch carefully
the number of cups of coffee
you get from this can and note
particularly the quality of each
cup. Then divide the cost per
pound by the number of cups
and see how economical it real
ly is. You will find this brand
of coffee cheaper per cup than
many of the cheapest per Dound
coffees you have used.
67 cups to the pound doesn't
sound reasonable, but it's a fact
you can make that many cups
of GOOD COFFEE from every
pound of Grand Canon COF
FEE sold by
B. E. McFarland
All thm Phoif
DR. DAMERELL WILL SELL GO or
70 HjSAD OF HOGS AT PUBLIC
AUCTION AT SMITH'S BARN, SAT
URDAY, OCT. 20th, at 2 o'clock.
The subject of the sermon at the
Baptist church Sunday morning will
be "Habits." Everybody Is welcome
Just as we go to preis we learn of
the deitb of H. D. Ranney, father of
Judge Ranney. Further particulars
will be given next week.
E. W. Coplen, Will Bailey, Ben Mc
Farland and Paul Pope went to Grand
Island Friday with Geo Hall in his
auto to bear Gov. Marshall speak.
"The Real Man" will be the subject
'of a specially prepared address which
will be given Sunday evening at tho
Congregational church by the pastor
Rev. John J. Bayue.
Our High school foot ball team'went
up to Alma last Friday and played n
game with the High school 'team of
that place. Red Cloud won the game
by a score of 19 to 0.
E II. Newhouse was elected to the
oillce of Grand Representative for the
two year term at the last session of
the state meeting of the Encampment
branch of Odd Fellowship.
Mrs. Fred Wittwer and daughters,
Mrs. C. II. Hale and Mrs. Arthur
Robinson returned home Sunday
morning from Madison, Mo. and other
points in Missouri, after a two weeks
visit with relatives.
The first number of the lecture
course, The Fisher Opera Company,
was greeted by a full house aud en
fiuslastically received. This company
is n first class organization in every
detail and itgavo excellent satisfaction
The Young Ladies Social Society of
the Congregatioal church will give a
Halloween party at the Woodman's
Hall on Tuesday evening Oct. 20th.
A short play will be given, refresh
ments 8crvedand amusements furnish
ed for all. Come and have a good
time. Everybody invited.
Jas. McGuire installed anew modem
plate glass front In his building on
Webster street. This makes an excell
ent well lighted store. Paul Storey
the popular clothier, can now display
his goods to the best advantage and
he now bas one of the best appointed
olothing establishment in tbe Repub
Tbe Graud Lodge of Nebraska of the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows has
Hgain honored tbe Red Cloud lodge.
At tbe last session Mr. Dan Garber
was appointed Grand Herald. This
will place Mr. Garber in Hue for the
office of Grand Master and the Chief
trusts that be will be rapidly advanced
to that position.
GMftreAattoial Caves NstfcM.
"The Great Mystery" will be the sub
ject of the sermon Sunday morning.
Sunday School at 10. Evening preach
ing service at 7:30. Subject of ser
mon "The Real Man." Brotherhood
Tuesday evening at ,8. Mid-Week
meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:30.
John J. Bayne, Pastor
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J. W. ("PLATFORM") KELLEY
J. W. Keller, Dcmociutli! candidate
for Secretary of Statu is hu OIiIiihh l v
birth, being born at IIUNbotougb, iu
imn. Ills boy hood rinys were spent at
the place of his birth, until 1808, when
ho moved west, settling at Vllllsoa,
Iowa. Ho resided at that place until
1882, when he removed to Furnas Com
ty, where be has slnee'llveil, and has
been actively engaged in farming, and
meat and stock business.
Mr. Kelley was elected n member t
the 1009 Session of the N..hrJRbn
Legislature, and appointed Scrseant at
Arms of the 1011 Session. He wan
Chairman of tbe Committee of Public
Lands & Buildings and a member of
the Railroad Benevolent Institutions
and Normal School Committees.
Because of his npt-nlntAnt. tifttstniA.
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while a member of the Legislature, that
his party should carrvout Its nlatform
pledges, he was dubbed "Platform Kl-
iey." a title I Hat lie is very proud of. He
took an active part in many progress
ive mensures passed by that Legislature
was author of House Roll No. 39, a bill
providing for paying back lo the old
soldiers tbe pension money that bad
been retained fiom the pensions of
the veterans, who are inmates of the
Soldiers' Home, which oider bad bien
missed ty a former administration.,
Mr. Kellcy invites tho closest insnoc'
Hon of bis public record, and ou this
record he seeks the high position of
Secretary of State.
R. V. CLARK
Democratic Candidate for Stats Super
Sixteen years of school work in Ne
braska. Superintendent of schools at Har
vard for the last seven years.
Instructor in junior normal schools
for six years.
Former county superintendent of
R. V. Clark Democratic candidate
was born in Stephenson County, Illi
nois, ou November 25th, lb79. He re
moved with hi parents to York, Nebr ,
in 1881. Graduated from York High
School in 1800. Afterwards attended
tbe Uuited Brethren College, where he
took a commercial course Taught in
the rural schools of Yoik county scvoral
terms. Was superintendent of tbe
Clay Center schools for eight years.
Served as County Superintendent of
Clay county from May 1007, to January
10(8. For the past seven years he has
Jbeen superintendent of the Harvard
Public schools, and at a recent meeting
wbs re-elected for another year. His
a imiuistration of our city schools has
been marked by highest cfUclency, its
standard ranking with the best in tbe
state. He has been chosen as an
instructor In tbe Junior Normal
School at Geneva for six consecutive
summers and is named for the position
again this year. He has also been
institute Instructor in Nuckolls, Saline,
Clay and Polk counties, his fall vaca
tion being usually devoted to educa
tional interests From Tbe Harvard
Courier (Republican) Harvard, Nebrst
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Mr. M. L Corey, County attorney of
Cluy County will vpeak in this city
Wednesday Oct. 001 h. in the evenlrg
Mr. Corey has attracted national at
tention owing to the fact that he won
the big Woodmen suit in Dei Moines
single handed aud alone. He also has(
fhhrge of. I ho Instil gent Woodmen cac
in Hastings He Is a tl'ient accom
plished speaker ami will discuss the
issues of the day Hear bun
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OVER STATE 1ANK
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