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'I If You Desire
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i Elect the Governor
VERY one of your banking connections
to be a profitable one, returning you the
largest measure of service and accom
modation commensurate with the size
of your deposit, open an account with
us. Interest paid on time deposits.
Deposits Guaranteed by State Guaranty Fund
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
CAPITA I Kiin.ooo
IS THE TIME
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YOUR COAL WANTS
We Handle All Kinds
THE MALONE-AVERY CO.
"Talk With Us About Your Wants"
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At tin' election Tuosdny (iovornor
Mmclicail was ro-olm'tutl lya miijoiity
rslimutotl ut fi.COil. Tlio i opililiciuis
olr-utuil till) rent of tin stulo olllt'urs
Tim L'nivor.sity Ui'tuovnl iMiu-iiilin"iit
asiK-feitiil l.y 11 liirjii! nmj-iriiy.
I'min ureM'iil lnilioaiion it looks lili
thu Uoiiiiin SuIIVmcl' iniu'iuliuoiii was
lilifuatt'il by a small m. ijorlty in NoIum.s-
l'J.-(iooi'tior A. C. Slialli'iil)i.M'i;(''' 's
prolt.-i ll . il't!ti'il Coiiii'sMnan of tlio
llllh tlMtii't over Situs liarl in present
ineiuln.'!' of Connresd ly u Miiull m.ij;)r-ity.
V ,. Weesner was olpeteil Senator
of tlio 'JOth lUstrlut ovcrG. V. Iltimiuul
livn larjru majoiity.
The (leiiuiciiits will liave conliol of
tlif legislature in both In 'inches lie
(online to roports fioin counties liearil
Tho following is thf unolllcial oount
of the election returns of Webster
,J liu II. Morehoail, il ...
IS. It. limvull.r
Kcr Conyie-hiiuin nth distilcl
A-hion U. Slnilluitbui'iert tl...
SlksIJ. Haiton 1'J-IIJ
For Stuto Henutor 20th district
Win. L. Wt-esnur, il 12.15
W. E. Thome, p 111!)
(J.' W. Hummel, r 80.'J
For Htat Heprasentativy 40th district
(5. W. Liudsey, d , Iu8.ri
A. P. Hartwcll, r 1D2.J
Chas. Hasher, s 233
For County Clerlt
Frank VitvrickH, d 1183
J. .1. Uarber, r 1397
For County Tro.tMiror
Geo. W Trine, d 047
J. F. (iiiiucs, p .f :i(f
C D. Knbiiihon, r K'l7
For County Sheriff
Jas. Hubutkn, l 87!t
T W. White, p "..!.."'"..""' S0
ONE IDAY ONLY
AFTERNOON and EVENING
Admission 15 and 5
Admission 25 and 10
That the elementary foiling and passions of human nature
wore- thu &aniu eighteen centuries ago u- they arc toiluy U most
forcibly Illustrated iu Ueo. Klcluo's photo drama exquisite, "The
Lst Days of l'otupeli," anuouticod for the Tepee for next Monday
afternoon a nil evening. '
All the roadiu? and study iu the world oaunot convey one half
as mueh of the awful magnitude of the eruption of Alt. Vesuvius and
thu destruction of Pompeii hs,a few short minutes of Uoorge Klolno's
Kreat photo drama, "TUo Last D.tys of 1'ompell," adapted from Lord
Ly ttou's famous novel. With the reader and s'tudeut much is left to
thu imagination but iu the pictures It Is brought out in vivid realism
and thu impression is photographed forover on the brain through
the world's most wonderful camera the eye. Mr. George Kloino'B
photo drama, "The Last Days of Pompeii," will bo preseuted at the
Topee for one night only with mutiucu lu afternoon, next Mouday,
Admission Evening 25 c. 10c for Children
12 and under. Afternoon 15c and 5c.
0. D. Hedge, r.
For County Attorney
Fiank J. Monday, 1
H. W. St e wait
For County Coroner
II. Cook, d
Eil Ainni'k, v
For County Com. 3rd District
C. I'. Dickenson, 1
Geo. 1 Cathur, p ,118
Floyd McCall, r .Z."Z" !7S
For County Cum. .1th District
Lou DuTour, d
(JiantShidler, r ...."".".!.
For Deputy County Assessor
(Jeo W. Hutchison, d 109
E. S. (Jarber, r am
For Justice of Peace
II. N. Uulledge, il in,")
lohn L. Christian, d ...., 8S
Henry Wolfe, r i8H
.las. Durdcn, r 20.1
Win. Mackey, d i"i)
(irunt Christy, d ia,i
t iblicnniin, r 177
Chas b'chellak, r 17.1
Cotting's Drug Store I
Destroyed by Fire
Lust Fiidny evening at about six
, o'clock, the stock of drugs owned by
Chas. L. rotting, was completely de
stioyed by lit i , as well as the greater
purl of the jewelry stock, which was
owned by .1. C. Mitchell. The lower
tlooroflho building vas completely
gul I id, ul tho the upper Htory was not
badly damaged. 1
The lire was tho insult of a chemical
explosion in the basement, which
take 1 place after Will Arnold, a cleik
employed by Mr Cutting, had struck a
mutch, iu an ulfort to secure a better
light, while engaged iu drawing some
paint for u customer
Tho llretneu weie at the scene of the
CDiilliigratlou in ti very few minutes
after the explosion, but. the burning
of the chemicals, etc., produced a thick
black Miioku uhioh gteally hindered
tlielr eil'orts. However, they .succeed
ed iu ciitilluliig tin; Humes to the lower
Hour, and the basement, and lu get
ling the lire under control bufoiu it
had spread to t ho ndjuiiiiug buildings.
Mr. Cotling lot pinclicilly Ills eii
tire stock, not even his account books
being 'lived Ho places tho total
value of Ids stock, which was owned
by himself mid Mrs. Htonebieaker, at
81 0,00 J Ho carried SI,ll)o insurance
on the building, nud a 61,000 policy on
tho stock together with 8000 on the
Consideiablc of the most valuable
articles of jwelry of the .las. Mitchell
stock, were removed at the early t part
of the fire, and at this time wu are un
able to state the amount Mr. Mitchell
values his loss at. He carried 3,500
Dr. Stock nmn, who had ofllces ever
tile drug store, fearing that the fire
men would be unable to contiol tho
flumes, removed most of his instru
ments and medical supplies, and places
his loss at about 82.10, with no insur
ance. Paul htorey and II. Nueiberg
suffered small losses caused by tho
Il jodlngof thuir basements, they 00
cupyiug adjscent rooms
The forco of the explosion struck
Will Arnold in the face, cutting 11 gash
oil Ids chili, and bl caking oil' Heveial
teeth, but foi Innately doing no dam
age to his eyes. Ho was given prompt
medical attention, and whi'e consider
able bandaged' up, is able to be on the
Tlio iusiiiunce ailjiistorH are lu tho
city today, adjusting the loss, and wo
understand that both Mr. Cutting and
Mr. Mitchell intend to again embark
on the business sea.
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1 in 1 iii'M!' ,iil luiriiiliiliililibwwJ
Osef eoats I
New Fall fiats
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Something to Remember
Uegardless of tho advantage which
has como to tho plains region thru thu
intioduotlon of dry forming mothods,
forage ciops are much inure certain to
mature than grain crop and are valu
able only whero thero Is life stock
available to consume them. Katlr,
fetorita, cane and othor sorghums aro
valuable iu proportion as thoy can be
utilized locally for live stock. The
grains which are most normally grown,
aside from wheat, are most profitable
if consumed locally, as markets are
likely to be uncertain and freight
rates high. Dean E, A. Burnett, Col
lege of Agriculture.
Dr. Cross was iu Franklin TuesJuy
Mrs. Fred Stanberrv of ScnttOilufftt
is In tho city visiting with her father'
Ed A mack. ' I
Citizens Pay Honor
To T. C. Hacker
Lnst Monday evening tlio Chamber.
of Commerce held a smoker at their
club mom iu honor of Mr. T C.
Hacker, who left for Washington on'
Wednesday wheio ho will make his
fiitmu homu with his daughtuis. A
largo number of the mcinbcis weru
present, and caul, puol and btllarils,
were indulged in. At a Into hour
sandwiches, pickles, doughnuts and
collco were sot veil, after which cigars
woic passed aiuiiiiil. Attorney L. fl
Ulacklegdu acted as toustuuiiter, and
Mcssis. F K Mauier, C. W.,Kaley and
Father Fitzgerald niadoslioit speeches
all of which reflected upon the geulul
disposition and business like manner
of Mr. Hacker, and provoJ, iu a way,
tho esteem iu which ho is held by all
In this community. I
Mr Hacker has many friends here,
all of whom regret his departuro from
among our midst.
91 It FaysYou Back And
S Saves Your Back 5 3
This Cabinet is Golden Oak. Hand Dull Rubbed.
JP Has full sliding nickeloid top. Glass spice jars. Glass
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sugar Din, tea, collee and salt jar. We were fortunate
ii buying a quantity of these Cabinets at a very low
This Cabinet formerly sold" for 527.50 but whilo
they last we are going to sell them at S22.50. The most
Cabinet forjtho money ever offered in this city.
This sale will commence
$ Moiiday, November 9th
(m An,d last until after Farmers' Institute.
There is not a better Kitchen Cabinet made. Come
in and let us demonstrate it to you.
Owing to a ro-arrangement in the
numbors of tlio contestants iu tho'
Cook Drug Store-Rod Cloud Chief Free j
Trip to Panama Exposition Contest,)
tho standings will not be published (
this week, but will appear iu uext'
weoVs issue without fail. .
Licensed Embalm er and Furniture Dealer,
.-.TRY US FOR ARTISTIG JOB PHIJiTIJG.
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