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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1916)
RED CLOUD, WIBIAIIA, CHIEF
Now is the (imc when your stock needs a good '
tonic and worm destroyer. We have four of the best
stock foods in the market.
Bal-Vet Standard Hog Remedy Hosa' Mtock Food
International Stock rood
Alao Dr. Heam' Poultry Food to Make Mens Lay
CHAS. L. COTTING, the druggist
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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FOR COUNTY CLERK
I hereby announce myself a cnti
dldnto for the ollleo of Coiintv Clurlc of
Webster County, subject to the will of
tlio voters of tlio Democratic iirul
Peoples Independent party at tlio
primary election to be held April IS,
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Been Unable to Produce Slipless Side
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Are Caused by Snow and Sleet...
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FOR CLERK OP DISTRICT COURT
1 heieby announce myself us a candi
date lor tlio nomination, for a second
term, as Cleik of the District Court,
subject to tlio will of tlio Democratic
and Peoples Independent votois at tlio
military election to be hold April IS,
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0 I'OR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
I hereby nnnounco myself asu candi
date for renominalion as county attor
ney of Webster-county, subject to tho
voters of tho Democratic and Peoples
Independent nartlcs at tlu nrlmnrv tn
be held April 18, 1010.
I will appreciate your support for a
second term. Fjiank J. Munday.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for the nomination of County
Commissioner for district 4, subject to
the will of the Democratic and Peoples
Independent votors at the primary
election to be held April 18, loio.
A. D. CltAIlII.I,.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
I hernliT nnnonnon mount f no n nan.
di date for the office of County Judge,
at the primary election to' be held on
the 18th day of April, 1910, subject to
tho will of the qualified electors of
A. D. RANNEY.
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
WOPLO FLM CODPOPATinN
She had money, jowels, every tiling hut
where did they come from. He loved
hor suspected, yet wnntod to marry
her. The Count, too, wanted her, but
in a different way. What happened
who finally succeeded In cettliiif
uara Kimball Young In "Camllle" to
be shown on the opening night, Wed
nesday, March 1st at the Orpheum.
AT MODERATE PRICES
We refer to the 23 1-3 acres belong
ing to C. J. Shimeall of Goodland,
Kansas, known as the Geo. Nann
home west of the eity
This tract lies just west of Red Cloud, only a little over one half mile wst
wl the eciiter of town, with cement sidewalks all tho way. It consists of twenty-three
and one-third iu vis, with the three and one-third acres fronting on the
Main road rnnniUR west on Fourth avenue. The improvementa consist of good
boose, bHrn, chlchenhouse, hog shed, cow shed, good well with pump and
aaaaent platform, house wired for electric lights, all fenced and cross fenced,
bout two acres in ulfalfa, fenced bog tiuht. This is one of the best suburb
tracts near Red Cloud and as it is owuod by a non-resident who has no use for
It, we are oiTeriug It at a bargain price for a short time. If it is sold between'
ow and the first of March we can give possession, If not sold by that date we
will offer it for rent. Oct busy If you want one of tho best places you can buy
where you will have all the advantages of the city and not have tho city tax to
Also a Bargain Price on a lBrge modern house known as the Sam Shuck
iVMdcnce owned by Mr. Shimeall.
Price $5600 Liberal Terms
- See the owner, C. J. Shimeall, or
Hutchison & Saladen
Red Cloud, Nebraska
REPRESENTATIVE 40th DISTRICT
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for renominalion for the office of
Representative of the 40th district sub
lect to the will of the Dcmocrattc and
Peonies Independent vntom. t- dm
primary election to be held April 18th.
U, W. Liniisey.
FOR COUNJY SHERIFF
1 herebv nnnounee mrsAlf hr n pan.
Ldldai0.f0r the office of Sheriff of
ebstcr County, at the primary elec
tion to be hold 0111 the '18th day of
April. 1010, subject .to the ;wll of,tho
Republican voters otWtbster -County t
j. 'wr.r QLlVEBj pj- HEDGE.
far Sount.y"pmi1iissioner- .
f wtfth tn innnnni.. Miaf T am a inn.
dldate fflPjthe nomination1 of 'County
iumuiissiuner wisiric.nmoer uire-or
Webster countysubject) to the will of
thcDejfctoeraeio v6tar's of 6aid district.
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FOR COUNTY SUPEBINTENDENT
piiqlherby announce myself as a can-
usaaieior ioe nominauoa or uounty
Superintendent at the primary elec
tion to be held on the 18th of April,
1016, subject to the will of the,, Demo
oratic and Peoples Independent voters
of Webster county.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
I desire to announce mvsulf ns n.
candidate for the nomination for
county treasurer for a second term,
subject to the will of tho Republican
Progressive Parties, at the primary
election, April 18, 1010.
U. D. ROUINSON.
FOR COUN I Y "ATTORNEY
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for fie nomination of County
Attorney subject to tho will of the
Republican paity, at the primary
April 18, 1SJI0. Your support will bo
HOWARD S. FOE.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
1 hereby announce myself as n candi
date for County Commissioner of the
4th district subject to the will of the
republican and piogre-Hiyv parties at
the primary to be held Apt II I Mil.
R. W. Koontz.
FOR CLERK OF, DISTRICT COURT
I hereby annouuee myself as a candi
date for tho office of Clerk of the Dis
trict Court, at the Primary Election to
be held April 18th, 1010, subject to the
vote of the Democrats of Webster
county. Your support will be appre
ciated. Geo. W. IlrrciiisON.
tho Franklin County Tribune at Illoom
ington and wo welcome him to the
great family of editors. He lias an
entirely new plant fully equipped with
all the modern facilities including a
new linotype machine. His first
edition reached this office last week
and It is fully up to standard.
Farmers are looking for a big ad
vance in the price of binder twine the
coming season all because a corpor
ation has secured control of the sisal
fllbre output of Mexico. It wonld not
be so bad if this was accomplished
with Mexicau money bnt it is asserted
by those In a position to know that the
corporation is an American concern
using American money which will
pluck the American farmer.
And this reminds us that someone
has increased the price of potatoes
nearly three hundred percent. We are
told that there is a corner on potatoes
and that the consumer is heirless.
Now is the. time for thet farmer to
come.lotoisvoyvn byseillug his 'sur
plus aUa blgfi price. We could stand
It if they would coi-nerautpmQolleVor
flyingmachines but how cancan Irish,
man get ..along ; without , potatoes?
Here's bopttofr1 that Uncle Sam wlth.aH
his trtTuofawRVr the1 foreicn fiVbter
will fl'ria'lfmiftb investigate' sou of
his moibpifVjijLfltfAQii. ' v '
Congressman Shalle'riuergerhas in
troduced a bill in the United States
Uofse of Representatives providing
for farm loans at a low rate of interest.
The bill contemplates using the funds
in the postal savings bank and loaned
directly to the farmer. The bill has
many commendable features and is
much better than many of the wild
cat schemes advocated by Tom, Dick
and Harry. The question of farm
loans is up for settlement and it will
never be settled until it is settled
right. Aiding the poor men to get a
start and extending capital to the rich
men are two different tilings. Con
gressman Shallenbeiger has evidently
given this question a groat deal of
consideration and he is well able to
present nn intelligent bill on this sub
ject having had extensive experience
as h farmer and banker. The bill is
receiving endorsement (urn all quarters.
OUR GROCERIES WILL SUIT VOU TO A "T."o
VOU WILL LIKE THE FLAVOR OF OUR EXCEL
LENT FOODS. VOU WILL LIKE THE PRICE.
VOU SPEND MORE MONEy FOR THIMGS TO
EAT THAN TO WEAR.
, BUY YOUR GROCERIES FROM US. TAKE THE
MONEY YOU SAUE AND LET US SELL YOU ALSO
YOUR THINGS TO WEAR.
The Minef Bros. Co.
"A NIGHTY SAFE PLACE TO TRADE"
New Silks New Shoes New Spring Coats
Always New Goods Arriving For The Different Department
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for nomination for the otllce of
County Assessor subject to the voters
of the Republican and Progressive
parties at the Primary to be held
April 18th, 1010.
(1. W. Hl-MHEL.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE 40th D1ST.
I hereby nnnounee myself as a candi
date for nomination for the office of
Representative of tho 4(lth district sub.
jeet to the will of the voters of the
ucpuDiiran party at the Primary, April
Mr. Clias. Hunter of Inavalchas (lied
on the Republican ticket for County
Representative. Mr. Hunter needs no
introduction to the voters of Webster
county having resided here for many
years. He is a successful stock feeder
and farmer and has positive convict
ions as to the needs of the state and
Mr Henry Holmes has established
"Kate" Kessler Goes Wrong
Sheriff Hedge taken Charley Kesslei
Into custody Saturday afternoon after
receiving word from the authorities at
Coucordia, Kansas, stating that ho
was wanted at that place to answer to
a charge of robbery, It is alleged
that Kessler, iu company with a man
from Concordia, had spent several days
in a drunken carousal at Superior, and
at this time the stranger's roll was
saved from being purloined by Kessler
by the timely action of a big hearted
hotel keeper, who put the victim to
bed, keeping his money for him. After
sleeping off the effects of the liquor,
the man was given back his roll and
left for Concordia. Kessler followed
and again the boo.se flowed freely.
When the stranger had consumed suf
ficient to be completely under Its in
fluence, Kessler relieved him' of somo
838, after which he takon tho train for
this city, whero he has made his home
off and on for years. He arrived here
Frldoy evening nnd when taken into
custody Saturday afternoon was clean
having spent the proceeds.
Sheriff Carl Moore of Cloud coiintv
arrived In the city Sunday evening and
taken "Kate" to Concordia to face tho
Why NotAttend Church Sunday Feb. 27
At the United Church?
Special Sunday School Program
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gin to realize the kind
of Groceries ve keep.
There is cooking satis
faction in them.
Buy your Groceries
from us. Save your
money. Save your pa
tience, and then your home will indeed be a happy one.
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