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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1916)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebrnakn.
PUBLIBHKD KVERV THURSDAY"
Entered lit tlic ruHtditlin at Hut i loud, Neb.
ni Kttond ('limn M fitter
A U. MtAUTHUK
TUB ONIiV DnMni'ltAlir I'AI'I.H
Announcements Are Run Under This
Head For the Sum of Five Dollars,
Which Must Oe Cosh In Advance.
Our Columns Aro Open For Any
Legitimate Advertising and We Wei'
come Announcements Regardless of
FOR COPNTY CLRHK
I heieby iiiinnunce tnjself it can
rlldntc fort ho olllcc of County Cleik of
Webster County, subject to the will of
the votcis of tin; Democratic and
Peoples Independent patty lit the
priuuuy election to be bold Aptil Is,
J010. U. F.l'Kititv.
por clrric of district COPKT
I heieby announce invself as it canili-
(Into for tint notiilnittton, for n second
term, us Clerk of the Ulstilct Court.
MlhjCCt totllU XVill of till) DclllOl'llltlc
htid Peoples Independent votois at the
primary election to he held April H,
1IH0. Km i ii D. M Knoii .v
KOK COUNTY ATTORNKY.
I hereby announce myself nsii caiidl
(Into for iHioiiiliiution :is county allot'
ney of WVIiiti'i county, subject to tin
votois of the Dotnocratlo and, Peoples
Independent pintles at the piilnntv to
beheld Apill IS, l'tlti.
I will nppiecbito your hiippoit for it
1-eColld tcim, FllWK J, Alt M.
KOK COFN'J YCOMMI.SSION'KR
I lieteby iiuimuiicc mMlf it canili
ditti! for tlio nomination of Count
Commissioner for distiict 1. subject to
tilt' will of tliu Demncintlc mid Peoples
Independent oterx lit the pilmiuy
elect ion lo be held April IS, In 10
A. It. ('It Mill. I.
KOi: COUNT? .l 1)1. 1 1
I hereby announce tn.xself us ti can
didate foi (he ulllce of County Judge,
Ht the primary election to be hold on
tho I8lh day of Aptil. I'.Ut). subject to
the will ol tho itinllllfd electors ol
A. I). ISANNHY.
I hereby announce m.x sell as u cntldl
dale for teuoiniiiatlon lor tho nlllce of
Repiesentatlvont tho Kith dlslt let sub
ii'ul to tin- will of tho Deiuocialie mill
l'eophs Independent xoteis, at the
primal election to bo held Aptil Istb.
(i. V. Lisnsr.x.
koi: coi'.vn MIKIMIT
1 llclch llllliouilee iusclf ns n imii.
dhlllto for the ollh'o of .Mmiil of
Webster County, tit the piinuti v eloc
Hull to lie held on ihe Isth liny ,.f
April l!Uti, subject to i ho will t,i' Uu.
Kepubllcan oteis ol'U'ebstei t utility
OLIVi:i: 1). lit UiiK
KOK COUNTY COM MISSION Ml
1 xxlsh to announce that 1 urn a can
didate for tho nomination of Oniiniv
Commissioner Dlstilct Number One of
Webster county, subject to the will ol
thu Democratic votois of said distilut.
A. II. HKlOIIT.
Representative of tho 40'h district sub
ject to the will of the totem of the
Republican paity tit the Primary, Aptil
18tll. ClIAIIMiV IIlnti:ii.
FOR RIU'RKSRNTATIVK IGfli DI.sT.
I lieteby aiinoiuicc iny-elf as a caiull
date for nomination for tho olllco of
RetitesentiillM) of the loth district nub
jpot to the will of the voters of the
Oeiiiocialic pintyattho I'tiinaty, April
18th. V. II.Ci.orii.
I heieby aiiiioutice myself a candi
date for tho nomination of County
Commissioner for distiict 1, subject to
the will of the Democratic voters at
tho primary election to lie held April
18th. J. A. MfAuiltl'li.
FOR STATU SIWATOlf'JOth IllST.
I heieby niiuotince that 1 hare Hied
as it candidate for the Democratic
nomination for State Senator, -Oth
District, subject to the decision of tin
pi Itiiary election, Apill 18th, 1010, and
will appicclate your support
ClIAs IJ. S.UU'IILSON.
FOR COUNTY SHRRIFK
I liereby announce ni,.sulf as u Candi
da to for the olllco of Shcriir of Webster
County, at tho primary. election to tie
held on the 18th day of April lOlG.stib
jeel to the will of the Dcinocnitli! voters
of Webster county. Fii.xnk Ilrrrnt.
Air, I'rank Ilullcr, candidate for the
noiuulatlon of Cotiuty ShetilV on the
Democratic ticltct, is an old settler, a
genial friend and a M'ty olllcient man
Ills many friends aie well pleased to
learn that he is making the race for
FOR COUNTY SlJPKKlN'TKNDHNT
I hereby announce myself ns can
didate for the iiotuiunliod of County
Suporln ten dent at tho primary elec
tion to be held on the 18th of April,
1910, subject to the will of the Demo
cratic and Peoples Independent voters
of Webster county.
GERTRUDE h. COON.
KOR COUNTY TREASURER
1 desire to announce myself an u
candidate for the nomination for
county treasurer for a second term,
wbject to the ylll of the Republican
Progressive Parties, at the primary
ctoctlon, April 18, liuo.
. CD. ROR1NSON.
KOR COUNIY ATTORNEY
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for t'le nomination of County
Attorney subject to the will of the
Republican party, at the primary
April 18, 1011). Your support will be
HOWARD S. FOE.
KOR COUNTY COMM ISSIONER
I hereby announce myself ns a candi
date for County Commissioner of the
Ui district subject to the will of the
republican and progressive parties at
the primary tube held April 18th.
VOK CLERIC OF DISTRICT COURT
I hereby annouuee myself as a caudi
date for the otllco of Clerk of the Dls
trlct Court, at tho Primary Election to
-be held April 18th, 10m, subject to the
vote of the Democrats of Webster
.county. Your support will be appro-
dialed. Gr.o. W. Huciii'on.
KOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I liereby announce myself as a caudi.
dnto for nomination for the olllco of
County Assessor subject to tho votois
of the Republican and Proposslvo
lutrucn hi. uio riimaiv to tie held
April mil, mm
ti. W. HlMMKI.
TOR REPREsEN'j'vrivH lt!h DIM'
1 liereby announce myself as aeaudi-
wiato for nomination lor the olllco of
Please tend the notice of the .Mayor.
Many dollais can be saved by bum
Ine; aci'iiinulatcil tiash. The practice
Of dumpiiif; the lefuso into the KUtteis
causes tho city In spend u lnitfe sum
of money each year in taking it nwiiy
api'tii. The jjutti'is ii ie for tho pur-!
pose of cai'iyinK otV the water and
e hen these nUeis are clofjued it
causes the water tj cut acio-is the
center of the stieeland this menus ip
t,'r:i(line;iit mote cost to the ta.)ayer.
The aiiuouucenieiit of Clias - I)
S.unuelMiu of Ilildieth, us a candidate
for State Seuatoi of this distiict on
the Dciuociatic t cltet appeals in tin--Issue.
Air. Siituuclsnn Is by leputatiun
a man who if iiomin'ited is qualillt'd In
exery way to lnaUe a ttuly ieprccnt
alive senator. Ills success as a busi
ness man and hU activity in political
atraiis havo been items which have
fully justilled his friends in oiteuln
tlnp tho many petitions which have
been tiled in his behalf. Air. Samuel
son has been a resident of Franklin
County for the past txventy five yeais
and will be remembered as the man
who opposed W. L. Weesner of this
city two years ago In the nomination
for State Senator.
Will Hold High School
Stock Judging Contest
The second annual state high school
stock judging contest of the College of
Agriculture xvill be held at the Uni
versity Farm, Saturday, April 1. The
silver loving cup offered by the Ne
braska Improved Live Stock Breeders'
Association, xvhich was won last year
by the Oakland high school, will be up
again for competition. Any high
school In the state offering instruction
in agriculture is Invited to se'n&& team
of three men. The teams xvilfje per
mitted to come to the College on the
day previous in order to receke prac
tice in judging various breeds of live
Farmers Take Notice!
Through the elforts of the Chamber
of Comnieiceof this city, Air. H. W.
Campbell, diy fanning expert of the
C. 11, .X; (. and Mr. I.ainson, dairy ex
pel t and silo demonstrator, will lec
tin o with moving pictures to the
farmers on Satuulay afternoon, Alarcji
'J.'.th at 2 p. in.
These lectin es ai e fiwi and should
bo attended by every fanner in the
community. F. W. COWDEN, Scc'y.
The clliens aio lespcctfully request
ed and niged to clean their gutters
and burn all tiash so that tho water
can pass otV freely without dnnuigo to
stieits or propci ty.
Ronuiti DxMi'.iiHM,, Aluyor.
Miner Bros Co. i The Store That Sells Wooltex i Miner Bros. Co.
Why we have made
Wooltex Coats, Suits, Skirts
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V;. FAR'S-CLEVELAVD V
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One of the most im
portant features of
Season after season, Wooltex garments have been
the leaders of fashion in other cities, all over the
The Wooltex designing staff, as an organization
of style artists, has no equal. They are in closest
touch with all the newest and best fashion ideas of
Europe and America.
Wooltex styles are authoritative. They are cor
rect and beautiful. They aro genteel and refined. '
Wooltex tailored garments have so many points
of superiority in materials and tailoring over other
Outer materials are tested by experts to prove that
they are all wool. The silk linings are pure silk.
The character of tailoring is such as you would
expect to find only in custom-made garments. Expert
tailors make every part of a Wooltex garment and
each garment is inspected four times.
Here are four of the many handsome Wooltex tailored suits and
coats we offer you at popular prices
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mt ' . 4000
Interesting facts about Wooltex coats and suits-facts
that prove their worthiness and economy
Wooltex styles in coats and
suits represent the newest
fashion ideas gathered from
all the world's fashion Cen
ters. These were adapted and
modified to meet tho needs
of reflned, well-drossed Amer-.
lean women. c ,
Pure wool outer materials,
carefully shrunk before cut
ting. Pure silk linings, fit
ted and adjusted.
Wooltex garments are hand
basted before stitching. No
drawings and puckering of
seams Ke-iuforccd betxveen
shoulders to prevent pulling
out of shape.
4. Shape Permanence
Lapels and ft out of coats con
tain soft canvas and are so
made that they retain their
shapeliness without stiffness.
Melton under-collar to in
sure neat, suug-fltting collar.
8. Other Ceat Featurea
Extra buttons. Trim, tidy
button-holes that do not pull
out, stretch or ravel. A pock
et in every coat and jacket
where possible. Thiu, nat
edges that you can sse only
on the most carefully tailor
ed garments. Double silk
shields where type of sleeves
6. Skirt Featurea
Oirdles that stay trim and
neat because silk finished
and reinforced by feather
bone. Placket-facing Is con
tinuous and makes the skirt
opening tear-proof. Hooks
and eyes placed accurately
and sewed on securely.
7. Eaay, Sate Alteration
Wooltex coats and suits are
so cut nnd tailored, that
when alterations nre neces
sary, they can be made with
the greatest eabe and with
out disturbing the original
lines of the garment.
8. Where Wooltex Carmenta
In Cleveland, in one of the
cleanest, most sanitary and
modern tailoring establish
ments in United States. The
buildlug is flooded with fresh
air; and well lighted, and
every safeguard is provided
for the health and protection
of the more than l,2Cr
A showing ol Wooltex spring coats and suits is here now for your inspection. Come in tomorrow.
Try on a few of them and see how delightfully handsome and good-fitting they are!
Why buy ordinary gar
ments? Wooltex gar
ments do not cost you
The Ittiner Bros. Go.
The Store That Sells Wooltex
"A MIGHTY SAFE PLACE TO TRADE"
Red Cloud, Nebraska
This is the only store
in this city that sells
Wooltex tailored coats
PAINT AND PAPER
Sewalls Chemically Pure Mixed Paint
Has proxen Its dmnblo quality in this olltnnte. luy now befoie
prices are advanced, Let us tlgtuo with you.
Our spring stock Is coming In and you xx til Mud the pattern s 5
uie liner than ever for the prices given which aio very low. He ' i
sure and see our papers before you purchase, m
CHAS. L. COTTINC, the druggist I
Ilex. O. W. Hummel was nulled to
Outdo llock, Tuesday, to preach thu
f unci al services for Donald McCallum,
who passed axvav at that place on Sun
day, aped about S.'i years.
Mr. McCallum and Uuiaiiuol Peters
on April 19, 1870, after having spent
soimi tlmu in searching for u location,
selected a place for settlement in the
bioud and fertile valley of the Kepub
lieau on the uotth hide near tho mouth
of Soap creek, this settlement alter
wauls being named liuide Hook.
At the Mist legular election in thu
county which xvas held October 10,
1871, Mr. McCallum was elected sur
veyor. He has made his home in Guide
Kock slnco JS70 and xvas well known
apd highly respected by almost every
one in the county. Ho leaves two
children to mourn his death,
Miss Clara Ainack camo down fiom
Oford, Monday, to Mt Mr. and Mis.
W. A. Kent .
Aspire To Serve Public
The following is the list of thoso
whoso names wilt adorn the ballots at
the Primary election, to bu held on
Representative loth Dlst-Charles
Hunter and M V RUskurd, i; O. V.
lilndsey d, p I; W. II Cloud, d.
County Cletk J .7 Carbor. r; II V
Perry d, p i.
Clerk DUti let Court Walter O War
ren and Kail U Slawson, r; Ceo V
Hutchison, d; IMitli h McKeighan d.
County Treasurer C D Robinson, r.
County Superintendent Gertrude L
Coon d, p i.
County Shot lit' O 1) Hedge, r; l-'ranlc
HtilTer, d; 11 rant Clnisty d, p 1.
County Attoinoy Howard S Koe, r;
Frank J Muuday d, p t.
County Surveyor Geo 11 Overing, r.
Couuty Assessor Geo V Hummel
and Joseph A S.iladuu, r; Henry Gil
Commissioner 1st Dlst J I Heal and
FOR HOME BAKING
THE GREATEST BAKE-DAY HELP
No Alum No Phosphate
T J Chaplin, r; A II Bright and J V
Kanigge, d; Henry J Sotuerhalder d, p i.
Commissioner '2nd Dlst Wra .Mo.
Cord, r; W (! Iloll'inati, d.
Commissioner -nli Hist J o llutler,
Win II Thomas and K W Koontz, r;
A 13 Crablll d, p i; J A McArthur, d.
Xon Partisan Judge A 1) Ilanney.
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