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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1916)
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RED CLOUD, MIB1AIKA, OHIZF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
R4 Clovid, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
stored In the I'ostofllce fit Htd Cloud, Neb.
ai Hccond CIa Matter
A B. MoAKTHUU
TUB ONLY DKMOCHATIU I'AI'KH IN
AdAiHiouncamants Are Run Under Thle
Head For the Sum of Five Dollars,
Which Muit Be Cash in Advance.
Our Columns Are Open For Any
Legitimate Advertising and We Wel
come Announcements Reganlloss of
FOR COt'NTY CLIJHK
I lieteliy announce inyHelf it ciin
ilhialo. for tlio ollleo of County Clerk of
Webster Cmmty, Mibject to tlio will of
the votuis of tlio Denincrnlio mid
lYnnirs Independent jmrty nt tliu
prliimiy election to bo bold April is,
13. !'. 1'i.iiiiy.
FOll Cl.KKK OF DISTRICT COURT
1 hereby announce injolf ah u cantll--1nto
for tlio nomination, for u second
term, hb Cleik of tlio District Court,
Mibject to the will or tlio Democratic
Mill 1'eoples Independent voters at tlio
.primary election to be bold April 18,
1010. Knnil L. Mi.KkkiIIA.v.
FOR COUNTY ATToRiN'EY.
I liereby announce niyMjli asii Candi
da to for renoinlnation as county attor
ney of Wcbbter county, Mibject to tlio
Totcra of tlio Democratic and 1'eopleN
Independent parties at tbe primary to
liclield April 13,1010.
I will appreciate your support for it
tocoiid term. Fiiank ,1. Mi'.nday.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
J hereby announce myself h candi
date for tbe nomination of County
Commissioner for district 1, subject to
the will of tlio Democratic and 1'eoples
Independent voters at the primary
election to be held April IS, 1010.
A. It. CiiAiitt.i..
FOR COUNTY JLTMJB
I hereby aiinoutieo myself as a can
didate for tlio ofllee of County JuiIkc,
at the primary election to be bold on
the 18th day of April, 1010, subject to
the will of tlio qualified electors of
A. D. RANNEY.
3tUIRKSENTATlVE 40th DISTRICT
I liereby announce myself as u candi
date for rennnilnutloii for the olllco of
3lepresentatlve of tlio -Willi district sub
ject to the will of tlio Democratic and
Peoples Independent voteis, at tlio
primary election to bo held April lSth.
O. V. I.lMlSKY.
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF
1 hereby aniiounee myself us n(caiu
-dictate, for the oillcu of SlierllV of
Webster County, at the primary elec
tion to bo held on tlio 18th day of
April. 1010, subject to the will of tbe
3lepubllcun voters of Webster County.
OLIVER I). IIKDOE.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I wish to announce that I am a can
3idato tor llio nomination of County
Commissioner District Number One of
Webster county, subject to the will of
Uiu Democratic voters of said district.
A. II. BRIGHT.
1T3KOU COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
J hereby announce myself as a can
alldate for the iiomluatiod of County
-Superintendent at tbe primary elec
tion to be held on the lHth of April,
J010, Mibject to the will of the Demo
cratic anil Peoples Independent voters
rtt Webster county.
OERTRUDE L. COON.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
1 desire to announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination for
county treasurer for a second term,
subject to the will of the Republican
Progressive Parties, at the primary
ladectlon, April 18, 1010.
C. D. ROIIINSON.
FOR COUNIY ATTORNEY
I liereby announce myself a can
Ululate for tlio nomination of County
Attorney subject to the will of the
Qiepubllcun party, at the primary
.April 18, 1010. Your suppoit will be
HOWARD S. FOE.
Mr. Fred Bright has illed for the
.nomination of County Commissioner
on tbe Democratic ticket. .Mr. Rrlght
is an old resident of the county, an
vnergetic, successful farmer and busl
xoas man and is well quulllied for the
office in every way.
Mr. C. D. Robinson is a candidate
for re-nomination for county treasurer
ton the Republican and Progress! vo
"jOatform. Mr. Robinson's qualillca
tfocs for this office are unquestioned.
Jit is seeking a second term on his ad-
ministration of the office In the past.
Miss (lertrndc Coon, who has so
successfully conducted the ofllee ot
County Superintendent, has filed for
re-nomination subject to the wishes of
the Democratic and Peoples' Inde
pendent parties. Miss Coon has made
an excellent olllclal and her admlnls.
tration deserves an endorsement by
tlio voters of the county.
For forty years travelers at tlio depot
have asked wbero the town could bo
found. If Webster street is opened
mailing u straight stieet illuminated
by electric lights, no one would be in
any doubt as to where business Is con
ducted. One paved street clear to tlio
depot would brine; tlio C. II. .t Q. closer
to town than It has over beon. Wo
trust that this proposal will bu made
an accomplished fact by the tiino tlio
new depot Is completed.
Attorney llowaid S. Foe has Hied
for County Attorney on the Republi
can ticket and thereby shied his hat In
the political ring. If a Republican
has to bo elected County Attorney,
then we are glnrt Mr. Foe lias filed. Ho
is a native of tills county and besides
has the requiied qualifications to nmko
a County Attorney. Mr. Foo is a
graduate, of the law department of tlio
University of Necraskn and since his
graduation has practiced law with tho
Into W. S. Morlan of McCook until
sonietimo ago when no located in Red
Another evidence of our now 1010
building boom will be tho new, tip-to
dato garage on Fourth Aveimo. Mr.
Jas. Peterson has already secured the
location and will begin removing the
old buildings as soon as the weather
permits. He will erect a one story
brick building .10x140 feet, fully equip
ed with all modern appliances and
conveniences. This will make a great
Improvement in that block. Several
other building projects aro under way
and when the year closes it will go
down Into history as one of tho big
gest building years we have ever hud.
"Organized Agriculture" has filled
Lincoln to overflowing with lumber
men, tax assessors, apple growers,
stockmen, historians, dairymen, house
keepers, politicians and onlookers, all
of whom seemed to ileprlvemueh bene
fit from the various meetings, January
17 to 111.
Upon application of Attorney Uener-i
al Willis E. Reed, the supremo court
of Nebraska has granted a temporary
Injunction restraining ilvo railroads
from violating the two-cent fare law
and tlio mileage book law. Hearing is
set for February 7th ou motion to
make the injunction perpetual. This
order covers all railroads in Nebraska,
except tho Missouri Pacific and Rock
Island which had previously commenc
ed suits lu federal court to restrain
the state officers from enforcing the
rato law. Tho Missouri Pacific is now
charging 2.1 cents per mile fare.
Statu Treasurer (Jeo. E. Hall has
certified to State Superintendent
Thomas that he has $151, 110.93 of tem
porary school money to be apportioned
among Hie various school districts of
Nebraska. This i ('presents tho col
lections from .hino 2, 1015, to January
17, 1 01(5, and is made up as follows:
Interest on bonds $28S,:U0.80
tiame nnd fish licenses 27,or0.7.p
Old state school tax 71.2.
Interest on school land sales :5'J,r5'J.U2
Coughs, Sore Throat, llronchltis
who knows but what any of these
ailments might terminate Into seri
ous pulmouniy or bronchial affect
ions. Wo know of course thattliero
is no need of prolonging Coughs or
Throat Troubles if you will only
Of White Pine and Tar
We back this remedy against the
world as a most valuable aid in the
roliofof Coughs and Colds of nil
Chas. It. GOTTIflG
Lease on school land 02,182.4.1
Miscellaneous licenses C.GOLOO
Total I 134,410.03
A most successful meeting' of the
cointy assessors of Nebraska was held
In the senate cluimbcr at Lincoln Wed
nesday and Thursday of last week and
closed by re-electing I). L.Sylvester of
Uutler president and .1. II. Dean of
llulfalo Secretary. The legislative
committee chosen comprises T. P. Cos
tello of Hall, J. R. C. Miller of Lan
caster and Fred Kluck of Colfax.
Secretary 0. E. Rernccker of the state
board of assessment spent much of the
time explaining nuzzling questions
that arise lu tho assessment of proper
ty. Ho said the state board expects
counties to assess real property tills
spring at Its true value. The manner
in which a basis is to be found was ex
plained. Asu"sors aro to assess real
estate at 7,") percent of the sales value,
only b'ona lido sales to be included.
Addresses were made by State Treas
urer Oeorgu E. Hall and Stnto Auditor
W.H.Smith, members of tlio state
Better Kodak Finishing
And Developing. .:.
A Full Line of Supplies
NAIL VOIR ORDER TO IS
E. CAMP, D. C.
, ( Independent 212
Phones .... . ,,
( Hell Red 101
Dr. R. V. Nicholson
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
ZSl'Orvm: Ovr.it Ai.uiiiairr's Stoiie
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You the Fixtures
E. S. Ga.rber
COL. R. C. PETERS
SEE HIM NOW FOR
He Understands Livestock
Values and Has Enjoyed
Great Success as an Auction
eer That Gets The Money.
PHONE OR WIRE DATES TO
COL. R. C. PETERS
THK ALARM is a dreadful thing
OF FIHC for tlio man without
insurnuco. Every time ho sees the
engines racing along his heart comes
up In his throat if the fire is anywhere
near his place. What folly, what mis
THK COBT OF is so small thnt it
INSURANCE need hardly be
considered, The freedom from worry
alone is worth it many times over
Have us insure you to-day.
O. C. TEEL,
Our Entire Line of $4.00 and $8.50
Men's Shoes Will Be Placed On Sale
REMEMBER THE DAYS AND DATES
The Miner Bros. Co
"A MIGHTY SAFE PLACE TO TRADE"
Special Notice To
Red Cloud Folks
We wish to announce that we arc
exclusive Red Cloud agents for the
simple mixture of buckthorn bark,
glycerine, etc , known as Adlor-i-Ua.
This remedy, used successfully for
appendicitis, is tho most THOROUGH
bowel cleanser we ever sold It is &o
nowerful that ONE SPOONFUL, re.
lieves almost ANY CASE of constlpa-1
uon, sour or gassy stomach. Auler-i-ka
never gripes, is safe to use and
the INSTANT action is surprising.
C. L Cotting, druggist.
In the County Court of Webster County
HTATKOPNKIIIIASKA, I .
Webster Comity, f "
In the matter ot theislnto ol Adam Mor
OltKDITUltS of N:ldcHtato will take notice,
that tho time llmltid (or presentation and
lllliiK o( claims nKfllust tlio same Is .1 uiy UStli,
1U1I1; ami lor the payment of dehts Is Decern
27th, lutil, that 1 will Mt at tho county court
room lu said county on the DlBt day ot July A.
D. 11)11), at lOo'clock, A. M., to receive, exam
ine, hear, allow, oradjubt all claims ami ob
jections duly lllid.
Dated tlil-J-Tth day of December, A. I)., 1915
A. D. KANNKY,
(ska i.) County Judge.
In the County Court of Webster County.
Stnto of Nebraska. I .
Welwttr futility, f "
lu the matter of the estate of Henry c.
Creditors ol said estate will take notice,
that tho ttmo limited for presentation mid
(llliik'of claims against tho same Is July ttth,
P.llll, and for tho payment ot debts Is Decem
ber 10th, 1'JHI, that I will sit at tho county
court room In wild county on tlio 15th day of
July, A. D. 1UUI, ut 10 o'clock, A. M to re
ceive, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections duly tiled.
Dated this 10th day of December, A. D.,
(Seal) A. D. IIanskv,
Notice of Probate.
Prcd Maurer, Attorney.
In tho County court of Webster County,
Slate ol Nebraska, i HS
Webster County, f ' '
To all persons Interested In tho estate ol
Mary Uouldlc, Deceased:
TAKK NOTICK, that a petition has been
Illed praying that the Instrument tiled lu this
court on the 30th day ol December, ll)!0. pur
porting to be tho Inst will and testament of
said deceased, may bo proved and allowed and
recorded as the Inst will and testament ol
Mary Oouldlo, deceased; that said Instrument
be admitted to probate, and the administra
tion ot said estate be granted to Walter A,
Sherwood, as administrator with tho will
It Is hereby ordered by tho court, that all
persons Interested in said estate appear at
tho County Court to bo held lu and for said
county on the'JHtli day ol January 1UKI, at ten
o'clock A. M., to show cause, II any thero bo
why tho prayer ol the petitioners should not
be granted, and that uotlco ot tho pendency
ol said petition and tho hearing thereof, bo
given to all persons Interested In said matter
by publishing a copy ol this order In tho Hed
Cloud Chief, a legal weekly newspaper print
ed In said county, for three consecutive
weeks prior to said day ol hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal ol said
court this ;wth dnyol December, A. D.
11113. A. D. ItANKKY,
(ska i,) County Judge.
C. II. Miner Dr. H. S. Drnrdorl, M. I). C.
Veterinary In Chargo
C. H. Miner Serum Co.
Anti Hog Cholera Serum
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Wire or Phone at Our Expense
II. S. Veterinary License No. 45
January 28-29 and 31th
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HB1RY COOK, M. D.
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES o
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Rev. Underkoffler Will Preach At
1 1 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. At Mission.
Why Do People Die Suddenly?
T T- C 1- l'
Rev. Wm. Martin Evangelist
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It Would Be a Wafte of Time To
Tell You the Good Qualities of
These Machines. Juft Ask Your
Neighbor That Has Used One For
20 or 25 Years.
CALL IN AND SEE THEM
id Licensed Embalmer
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