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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1914)
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Clovid, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Kntifiil In tho Puktulllro nt llnl ( Joint, Neb.
n Second Clan Mullcr
A. B. MoAltTIIUH
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AnnounecmontH Regardless of Party
I hci'ol'V announce mvMilf n candi
date fir RoprusonU" of thM loth
Plisti Irt, subject to tho will of Demo
cratic Ulid People Independent voter
ill tho primary elect Ion August 19, 101 1.
()i:o W LlNiiSEV.
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FOR COUNTY btM'MRlNTKNDHNT
I iiiiiiiiiini'o myself ns it oitndidrfe
for tho iiotiiltiut Ion on tho Uemnoriitlc
n nit Peoples Independent tlolcnt nt tho
piinuuv li'(i1ii to ln h-iil Aug' st
Imiii, foi tlio ollli-i-of county rtiipci-m
tondciil or Webster county
OBRThTDK I. COOX
I hotebj announce tnyM'lf n can
didate t'or'tho ollleu of Sherdf of Wob
fetor CoutitVt subject to tho will of tho
voteis of tho Democratic ptirty nt tho
primary election to bo hold August 18.
lOlt. Ri.x Hdhsiin.
1 hcri'bv nnnounco myself u candid
ate for tho olllco or Sheriff of WelMor
comity, subject to the will of tho
voters or thu Democratic party ut tho
primary election to be hold Augus) 18,
1011. ' flltANT CHRISTY.
I hereby ntiuounec myself n candi
date for the noiuinntioii of ShorilT of
Webster County subject to tho will of
the voters of the Democratic pnrty ut
the Primary election to bo hold August
18, 101 1. Cms. J, Rr.nno.v.
I hereby announce tnjself ns a candi
date for tho olllco of Hhet 111' of Webster
county, hubjeet to the wilt of tho voteis
of the Democratic party nt tho primary
election to be held August 18. 101 1.
4 take this method of announcing
myself us n candidate for the olllco of
Hiorlff of Webster county, subject to
tho will of the progressive voteis to be
expressed nt the primary August 18th
T W. WiIiti:.
I hereby nnnounco myself a o.iiulid
nto for.Sherilf of Webster County sub
joet to tho will of tho Democratic
voters nt the Primary Election, August
18,1914 Jt. KlIlKI'ATItlCK.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
1 heieby nnnoiinee myself ns iicandl
ditc for the olllco of Tioasuror of
Wobstor County, subject to tho will of
tne voter, of I ho Democratic pnitv at
the prlniaiy election to bo hold Aug
U6t 18, 101 1. Oeo. V. Trine.
I take this mclhodpi niinounoiugmy
candidacy for tho olllco of' County
Treasurer, aubjeet to the decision of
tho republican voters at the primary
August 18th. C. D. ltoniNi-PN.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
I heiebv announce myself n candi
date for t'otinfy Attorney of Web'ter
eountv, subject to tho notion of the
Pomo'crntlc pnrty at the primary elec
tion, August lfi. inn. '
K (5. C.u.mvr.U..
I heiebv announce myself as a candi
dal!' for lb" olllco of County Attorney,
subject to the will of the voters of the
Ilopublloun Piuty at tho piiimirlcs to
ho held on August lsth, 101 1
DUANM'N W SmV.ltlT
I herebv auijonnce nuHOlf ns a can
didnto for th noinlnnhon of county
attorney, subject to the' Democratic
voter of Webster county nt tlio pi I
mary oleetlon August IS, 'Hill. Your
vote will be upptvelnlnd.
FRANK J. ML'NDAY
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FOR COUNT Y.IUDUB
Hnvlnif (lied my petition .is required
tiy law, I heieby announce mybolf nsn
eandlilale for tho olllco of County
Judge of Webster county on the Non
Partisan Judicial tlchet nt tho primary
election to bo held on August IS, lOU,
subject let the will of the qimlilleil
ob'o'tois of said county.
A D. RAN'NKY.
. FOR SI ATE BI5NATOR
I desire to nnnounco to mr fiieiiils
that 1 will be n candidate for Stntn
Senator from I lie 20th District, subject
to the decision of the Republican
voters et the primaries Ainiist 18th.
1 hereby nnnounco myself an n can
didate forSlato Senator from tho ".0th
District, subject to the will of the
Democratic, voters al tho primary elec
tion to bo hold August 18, 101 1.
W.M. U. WBr.SM.it.
Opened up yesterday with a great throng of buyers all eager to participate in the
great benefits this wonderful sale brings forth. Thousands of Dollars worth of high
grade merchandise offered to the people of Red Cloud and vicinity at an
EwByifai8'ig in the 0y d
Wgl 3 PS HTtfiC
- Come Quick You Are Bound to Save Money Pi
Friday and Saturday
Friday and Saturday
We Will place on sale extra heavy
unbleached Muslin, sold regularly at
OXc a yard, not more than 20 yards
to a customer at the low price !
per yard O2C
We place on sale 3000 yards bleached
Muslin, Hope and Daisy brands, sold
regularly at 10c a yard, and will sell
it as long as it lasts at per ol
VM.runu mwwjM 'iwny.wwn w
Friday and Saturday
We will sell best Amoskeag Apron
Gingham, sold regularly at 8c a yard,
as long as it last but only 5 yards to
a customer, at the low price j
of. v j3C
I Hin ti caudldato for tlio olllco of
Treasurer of Webster county. No-
hrsiukn, subject to the wish oT tli
Progiesslvo voters ut tho primitij
election, August IS, 10H
j. p. amaiEs
l hereby announce myself ns u can
didnto for tho olllco of County Trens
uror of Webster county subject to the
will of the Domoeuitic voters at the
Primary election, August 18, ISM I
II. C. WRIGHT.
" FOR COUN'IY CLERK
I hereby nnnounco myself n candi
date for the olllco of County Clerk of
Webster County, subject to the will of
Uic voters of the Democratic party nt
the primary election to be held August
18, 1014. Fha.nk Vavkicka.
I hereby announce myself n candi
date for the olllce of County Clerk of
Webster county, subject to tho decision
of the voters of the Republican party
At tho primary to bo held August 18th,
1014. CiiAH. C. Bennett.
rait wAr.fi .ivnvTisy.r -a
mmk . smmmi q
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ml. Mm i
Bleached Huck Towels
Fancy borders, sold at
10c, extra special
Large Jot fancy lawns, dimi
ities. tissue ginghams, silk
mulls and other high grade
dress materials sold up ij &
to 50c yd., go now at. & tC
Toile de Nord Ginghams
In all new leading patterns,
best 15c value in the VI
market, go at - "
the Tt?d&3sair2dls- of. Splendid
Wool Dress Goods and Silks
Wool D ess Goods sold up to
yard, wdl be closed out at
Wool Dress Goods, assortol styles,
i-old up to Sl.25, must go
Ladies' Suits, assorted styles, regu
Inrsoldup to 313, for dQ yjr
quick selling tpO.'tD
TnlTeta Silk, ni-sortod color-, sohl
up to 51.00 u yiiul this Silk i. not
gimrnnteed and will bo
"sold as is," yaid . .. '..'
Notlco All Wool Dmss Goods are
marked to sell exceedingly low.
Remnants and short lengths olo-cd
out ut i pi ice.
Candidate for tho nomination for
Couply Clirk of Webster County, sub
jeet to the decision of the Democratic
voteis at the Priuiary Election, Augt&t,
I hereby announce myself n candi
date for County Clerk of Webster
county subject to the will of the Demo
cratic voters at tho primary electiou
XLBERT V. DUCKER.
1 hereby nnnounco myself n enndi
date for County Cleric of Webster
county subject to tho will of the
Democratic voters nt the primary
election to bo held August 18,1014.
W. T. MOUNTFORD.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the nomination of County
Commissioner of Commissioner District
No. 1, subject to the will of the voters
of the Democratic party at the primary
lection to beheld August 18, lt14.
A. H. BRIGHT.
Wheat took u raise of nine cents on
Tuesday and this under the present
Democratic administration. Surely
tho American formers are enjoying the
best prosperity that they have ever
Constitutional Amendment No 3
appears in this paper on nnojhtr page.
Keuil lit. The Blue HIU' sfcieader is
ruunlng Amendment No. 1 and the
Guide Rock Signal Amendment No. 2.
These Amendments will be run until
ttetUrst of November.
Ladies' White Llngpilo
sold up to Sj'UO, now go
Domestics at About Cost
Splendid quality Pillow Ttiblngi
bleached, :itl and 42-in. wide, "1 n
host L0c value, price IOC
Bleached Pillow Tublinr. I.Vin wide,
2-f yard wido Sheeting, unbleached
extra quality, sold at !27e yd., yn
sale piico i. ,w!5C
2 yard wido blenched Sheeting,
Pennerell Mill, sells at :i)n n a
- ird a
yard, as lotig as it hibts
Pure Linen Cienm Tiiblo
handsome designs, a (Wo
lie Atlantic brand, sold at -J Q Prutty Patterns, our (!
'J'." to l! Ic. aid, special AoCi seller, now
llrokou lines of Ladio-t
Oxfords, nssorto 1 leath
ers and stylos, old up
to S3 00
Brokt-n linos of Ladles'
l'liid Shoes, us-sorU'd
styles and leatheis.sold
up to SI iK)
Broken lines of Child
ren's Shoes, ii good Hi
sortment, sold up to
5175 Choice 08c
Shoes, assorted stvles
.sold up to 81.00 to close
Men's Shoes in broken
lines, small lot, splen
did shoe3, sold up to
Choice $1.95 -
lefGhafits National Sendee Go.
1 hereby announce myself nsacandl
date for County Commissioner for dls
trict 4, subject to the will of the demo
cratic voters nt the primary electiou to
beheld Aug. 18, 1011.
.). A. MoAltTIIUH.
I hereby nnnouuco myself a caudl
dato for County Commissioner for
District No. 4, subject to the will of
tho Democratic and Peoples Inde
pendent voters at tho Primary Elec
tion, August 18,1014.
Joe Foci ei
1 hereby announce myself as a can
dldate for County Commissioner for
District Four, subject to tho will of
the Republican voters at the primary
election to be nclil August in. niH
8J. O. Camiwkll.
I hereby nnnounco myself a candi
date for County Commissioner of Dis
trict No. 5 subject to tho will of the
Democratic voters at the Primary Elec
tion August 18, 11)14.
We nro pleased to note tho hearty
response to tho Mayor's' proclamation
in regard to tho cleaning up of the
lawns and alleys. Most folks want
their yards looking tho very best but
most of us arc-very busy and then too
summer weather Is good resting
cents, it costs SI. 15 on ground soaked
wheat and S1.75 on shelled dry corn to
produce 100 pounds of gain Where
whole soaked wheat was used the cost
increased to 83.0s a hundred and with
whole dry wheat S5.14 a hundred
pounds of gain.
of -Nebraska to adopt ideals for abetter
agriculture and home life and torenialu
upon the farm. Auyoue Interested iu
the College of Agriculture should ap
ply for tile booklet to Dean E A. Bur
uett; while those interested in the
University School of Agriculture
should apply to Principal Harry E.
Bradford, University Farm, Lincoln.
There's Nothing Better
The editor of-tho Argus must have
beeu dreaming of tho days of 1007,
when this country was in the hands of
a panic when he wrote the Democratic
convention up, ns ho was certainly
mistaken when he said that there
were only two Bryan delegates elected
to tlio state convention, aud that there
were .only fifteen iu attendance at 1:30
when tho convention was called to
order. Wo will say that they were all
Bryan supporters and that there were
about forty present at 1:30 when the
convention was called to order.
1 hereby announce myself ns iv candi
date for State Representative for tile
4Gth district subject to tho will of tho
ltepublicHn voters at tho primary elco
Hon August 18th I trust I merit your
support. A. l, IIAIITWELL.
I hereby nnnouuco myself a candid
ate for Representative of the 40th
Dtstrlct subject to tho will of the
Demociatlc voters nt tho primary
election August '18, 1014.
A. V. Cox.
The large crop of wheat now being
harvested will make wheat more profit
able to feed than corn at present
prices, said Supt. W. P. Snyder of tho
North Platto Experimental Substation
at the meeting of dry laud experimen
tal workers at Hays, Kansas, recently
All wheat should bo ground, however,
beforo feeding unless tho costofgrlnd
ing exceeds 18 cents a bushel. In
giving the results of feeding wheat
aud corn, he showed that with corn at
G8 ceuts a bushel and wheat at GO
August seeding of alfalfa is now be
coming quite generally practiced in
many sections of tho state. Reports
have been secured from practically
every section of tho state, iudicatiug
that Its success depends largely upon
theamount of moisture at tho time or
Immediately following the seeding.
The first week in August is geuerally
best, but the time will depend very
largely upon the condition of the soil.
August seeding gives u chance to se
cure a small grain crop in sections of
tho stato where there is plenty of
moisture. It nlso allows summer till
ing in sections of the state where
there is plenty of moisture. It also
allows Hiimmor tilling iu sections of
the stato whore moisture should be
conserved. August seeding enables
one to kill the weeds, thus doing
away with tho greatest objection to
spring seeding, soys Bulletin No. 180
Nebraska Agricultural Experiment
Ringling Circus is Announced
Ollicial information confirms the an
nouncement that on Aug. 13th, Ring
ling Brothers' circus will give two per
formances in Hasting?.
Many new features have been added
this year, the most notable of which is
the spectacle "Solomon and the Queen
of Shelba". This colossal production
is presented with a cast of 1,250 people,
a ballet of ,100 dancing girls, 735 horses,
X2 camels aud a tralnload of scenery,
costumes and properties on the biggest
stage in the world.
Following the spectacle, a circus pro
gram of unusual brilliancy will be pre
sented, including au array of foreign
and American acts new to the circus
world. Tho menagerie contains 1,003
wild animals, II elephants, r giraffes
and a "baby zoo". The circus is trans
ported on SO double length cars. Spec
ial arrangements have been made by
the railroads to accommodate the
crowds that will visit tho cirous from
tills city and and the surrounding
What Ah AftrlcMltiiral Educatlm Means
Au Illustrated booklet of unusually
handsome design entitled "What iinj
Agricultural Eduention means to You"
describing tho Nebraska College and
School of Agriculture at Lincoln, is
Just olf tho press Hiid may bohnd with
out cost upon application. Altho ' de
signed to illustrate In a practical way
the work of pie many departments, as
well as the beauty of tho University
Farm, it is an invitation to the youth
A pretty custom is followed at bap
tisms in Heligoland. Whllo a psalm
is being sung a procession of little
boys and girls troop iu, passing in
front of the altar. Each child carries
a pannikin of water, tho contents of
which nro poured Into the baptismal
font. Thus all tho child's futuro play
matcB contribute to tho wator with
which tho baby is admitted into tho
Mean of Maud. '
Ethel "Jack snatched a kiss from
Ulco last night aud she cried." Maud
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