The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, March 19, 1914, Image 4
R h '" ... 'XT J 'StsrAiV ' " l A THE RED CLOUD CHIEF Rod Cloud. NobrasUo. imfffiEMK-aPKESIMftE PUULltiHtib 1-.VK11V THURSDAY Eatcrulin tlio roMoitlro at HOI f Kmd, Nil. an Hcconil CIiim Mnllcr tma rtm rw m mm I m ,A. H. McAllTHUR PlMM'J.r. JttJt ONLY t)i:MOl'HTU' 1'Al'HH N WKII.8tl.il ( Ol M' f 125 I w' Annual Businesi 'ail Capacity b 9 !73 fairs I 4 ' yfydm, i V Onlv ,UW UWv vl jflwwwonii S T I- CITIZENS TICKET AUyor-DH. UOlir l)AMUKEM. iCUy Oh-ik o i tp.i.i.. iCityTreifUrer S K. FLOKV.NCh Cly Engine... -OHO, i! OVBKINU ColltlclllMfH jmWmd KUANKIMJKUY. Sul Ward X. W. (Ottl.BN. &V. I.. WEEnSE!.. 3 Miur term. iOEO. COON. ! ji-HftiMMi UAiiiMi i: rou, iijeart-'H". Political Announcements -UVnnounccmontc Aid Run Under Tld Head By Paying the Sum o! Five Dol lars Which Hunt Do Cnsh in Advance. Our Columns Aro Orcn I'cr Any Lrfil tlmnto Advertising nnd Wo Welcome Announcements Regardless or Party Affiliations. KOIt SllllRII r I hcicb. announce mjsclf u ohii dldato for llu ollleo of Shcilir of Wolf stor County. subject to tlio will of the voters of the Demon title parly Jit tho primary election to ho hold August 18, 1014. Ih:.v Hudson. FOR COUNTY TRKArU'ltKll J hereby announce in hi Hits iiuuiidl date for tlio oillci' of Tieitsurcr ot Wrbstcr County, subject to tho will of the voters of tho Dcniociutlu only lit 'the prlmaiy election to ho held Aug ust 48, 11)11. (li:o.'V Think. FOR COUNIY OI.KUK I hereby unnoiiiicu mjself a ciindl olato for the olllco of County Civile or 'Webster County, hiihjeul to tho will of -the voters of tlio Demoeintio pmty at tho primary election to bo hold August 18,1011. FlSATiK Vavhicka. M-'Olt SHBHIFF J hereby nnnoutice myself a candid. ;te for tho olllco of Sheriff, of Webster county, subject tp the will of the -rotors of the Democratic party at tlio -jirimary election to bu hold August 18, 'JBIL ' G U ANT CURISTV. KOIt COUNTY COMAIISSIONBU I heieby iinnoiinoo mytclf a candi idate for tho ncmilnallon of Count, x Commissioner of Commissioner DNtrlut Jio.l, subject to the will of the voting tnt the Democratic party at the pt lumry election to be held August 18, 101 1. A. II. DUIGHT 'Xho largest eiowd of tho now year ion our streets Saturday and after 0k long beaMiu of bad roads it did seem ggmd to onco iiguiii greet our fanner friends. A. It Talbot tho high-salaried head ?Off AU.C M. W. A., declares that ho will liKfO-cleeteil at tho nicotine; of tho head cCftBip in April. ltouudsa good deal like the pre-election claims of thu jiUud-jmt lopubllcans in the lustpresl alciitial campaign. It lb the FcnUmtnl xaS the rank and 111c of the onlor that '.Talbot mu-t go and he will uiiduubt .dly Und himself down uiul out when 'Alio votes arc counted. Times-Ti Ibiinu. Tlie many lilcndi of Mr. Frid JUiriplit are plcabtd that ho luw Ulcd for Mus uoiiituation for the olllco. of county SMnmi8iIouer of Dlshiut No. 1. .Mr. ;ilrifiht litis lived In WehMcr county 'Iir ood ninny yeaib and is thuioly dsunvcibtiut with tlio needs of this tcuuiity Ho is known us a intui of uif puubtioncd houcbly nnd taiiuess and gliould lie be entituted with the duties tf this ofllce he would till it with honor. -Jhu'hiuiself uud the county. 8 U IV ( fl - IB i Hoor Space Employing 13 Acres ' 5,127 People Nothing but Merit in the Article Made Can Build Such a Business as This an Organ ization of Shoe Specialists With but One Ambition--t6 Make Better Shoes Every Day 8 8 8 8 8 TEe Result is that 2,000,000 Women all over the World a Jiff iSl m jf&JM yRA t'Mt ft sarvrfJ'TEK fir w. Vmi''etilDXBiail mrt rJP& fA'MsM 'jjiayt, &M,M,B WtjT Sif &r RJ t Aft v. ,& tCC3wara5SK- . jMU xw irvuai "EBSSB3 &0&S Endorse fc Famous for Fit, Recognized Style, Absolute Comfort and Shoe Satisfaction. A Price For Every Purse $ $yf.50 5, $4 SHOES A style For Every Foot $.26 A $Q.75 $0.50 3 I COME TO US v FOR YOUR FOOTWEAR HENIN BROS Co GENERAL MERCHANTS W Red Cloud, Nebraska a- Jit la coucecdod by all that tho nnti jrmrti law lb it ood one. If it la w nooil "Swmwa far us the mllroadb aieeoncciti' didii is pretty (,rood for all other onlor 3rle8. Wo believe that the news pup earn over thu state that huvo refused to juoefit passcH to tho state f:ilr are illit iiu their uutloti. I'suully thu weekly I rjmtftim uro askodto carry column After oeuluuiu boosting' tho htuto fair for wbick they are supposed to he amply zrepald by u little paste board adiiiittiiiK tHuma to tho (,'iouuds durliie; fair week, liter this prlvlledKO of using u free pass 3tAtldug fdsuld about b'lvliif,' aood re gpart ot tho fair but when one accepts .arjfcvor lie does not feel like growlluK Of lltings do not go to suit him there Sum bis Hccouot lb more or less garbled. iMewpapers need the puy for their tfgmt in the shape of money and not, i Degree of Honor Surprise Workmen A lino time is reported by nil" who were present and those members of both lodges who were absent never will know just how much they missed by not attondiug their lodge meetings the most you can for your money. We lccently came across a new remedy for increasing strength aud building up people who are run down I nnd emaciated. We know that a - On Tuesday evening, March 17thf just ns tho "chosen few" A. O. U. W. members opened lodge they wore greatly surprised to Und that the Degioo ot Honor members had in some iiiyHtcrlous way learned thu secrets ot their order aud had worked tholr way into the lodge room. About forty ladles marched through the hall to the kitchen each cairying from one to three queer looking packages The Workmen grow excited and at the HrM odor of cotfeo they dismissed lodge. The Degree ot Honor ladles had prepared a very delightful progiam consisting of songs by the Degree of Honor chorus, addresses, Instrumental sojos, drill team work uud a short pay, entitled, "Female Workmen" which wits very appropiiate ns It ex plained how the ladies gained admit tance to the workman lodge. At the close or I be program they all marched to the dining room where a bountiful supper awaited theui. ..,. 7" t TTO'Byy.' "'ypiy wyftvw We have on hand now a carload Genuine Minnesota lied River Early Ohio Seed Potatoes. These are the best tablo potato and the only kind for seed. Weesner, lVrry & Uo. adv This New Medicine Saves You Money Wo arc druggists right heie in your town uud make a living out of the drug business, but it is because people have tahavo drugs and not bocuusa wo' like to see people suffer we don't. Our duty is to reuder tho best servioo we cau, and when some ono is ailing, we are interested in seoing them take the best medicine there is for their partic ular trouble. We don't recommend "cure-alls" as we don't believe they tire such things. We don't wau't you to spend more than you have to. Some'bf you get small wages, and when you re slok, none at all, aud you should gat slight trouble sometimes grows into a of I Herlnns ono. and to ston It T B- in the be ginning, will save you money lu the end. This new compound Is called Kc.Ntill Olive Oil Emulsion. It is the best remedy, when you are run dowu, tired out, .nervous no maitor what tho cause. It doesn't merely stimulate you and make you feel good Jfor u few hours, but takes hold of the weakness and builds you up to a healthy, nor mal condition. It is a real nerve food tonic and builder of good blood, strong muscle, good digestion It contains llypophosphlteh, which tono the nerves and pure Olive Oil, whluh nourishes J thu nerves, the blood aud tho entire system. Pleasant to take. Contains no alcohol or habit forming drugs. We promise that if you aro not perfectly satislled with It, we'll give back your money ns soon as you tell us. Sold only at the 7,000 Rexall Stores, and in tbVtowu only by us. $1.00. ' II. a rice Drug Co., Red Cloud, Nebr,, Wldaws Pension. 'I'bo recent aot of April l()th, 1908 gives to all soldiers' widows a pension 812 per mouth. Fred Mauror, the at torney, has nil necessary blanks. Keal Estate Iraasfcre. Real Estate Transfers for Week end ing March 17th, 1U14. Compiled by M. W. Carter, Hondo! Abstractor, Red Cloud, Nebraska. George Yung and wife to Albert Held, wd,be 3 10 1 Albert W. Rust and wife to John Hansen, wd, w swK 7311. . . 3000 Gairet 11. Itusebrook and wife to Allen County, Kansas, Invest inent Co., wd, s) and 6 vt)i -lit t tiuUUU Zella V. Crablll aud llusb., to Clarence McCallum, wd, lots 21, 22, 33, and 24, 111k. 5, Smith & Moores Add to Red Cloud 1500 A. H. Botlnvcll and wlfo to Lor enzo Thomas, wd, lots G, 7, 8, Bllt. lO.Cowle 1000 Frank E. Maydew and wife to Ray D" Maydew, wd, w 18 2 12 : .' 10000 Edward Glebe and wife to A. Drzewleckl, wd, w, sjf sof 44-13 ". 40000 Kato Alexander to Frank 8. Kudrna, qod, lots 4, C, Illk. 10, Hladen 1 Charles S. lirautingham &et. at., to Emerson-lirantlngbam Im plement Co., Deed, lots 5, 0, Blk.5, lilue Hill 1 CiiRsins M. Scrivneraud wife to W. J. Scrivner, wd, lots 4, 5, Hlk. 0, Garber'B Add to" Red Cloud; .'. 400 Lillie Helton and Hush , to Henry G. Arends, wd, los 5,0, lllk. 5, S weezys Add to lllue Hill COO Jacob ltauror and wlfo to John W. Falmou, wd, w se 2G-4 10 0150 Delia lloseand llusb., to John W. Falnion, wd, o)i sej 204 10 .-... -3000 Arthur Berge and wife to Fred Waterman, wd, lot 20. east 11 ft of lot 28, Dlk. 14, Blue Hill.... 800 D. E. Saunders, et ah, 'to Leon ard H. aud Robert E. Relher, wd,.ne 27-Ml.., i Mortgages filed, $10,900,00. Mortgages-released," $30,023.00. 1 jf '