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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1916)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, -NOVEKMM.R '-', )!.
:m-::m Institute Nov. 14-17
I Save A Dollar Now And Then!
OUT IT IN A BANK WHERE IT WILL
1 BE SAFE FROM LOSS by burgulars or
fire, or the temptation to spend it. You can
save a dollar do it and your account will
grow then in times of need you'll have it.
Start a Savings Account, today, at this bank.
Deposits in tins bank arc protected by the Depositors
Guarantee Fund of the State ot Nebraska.
Webster County Bank
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
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rajjttnmmnl ulti Mohair litair. JloilyoJ coat ami tlteretan Until ntlh Ventinn lining.
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mttfthf qroifn upt." Ttf larijt tutlQr coltur It Jtntiitj off n tlh bitttotihuU liml loukt
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M PETITE figure and retrained
lines add immensely to the dress,
problem of many a woman. In this store
we take no small pride in the unerring ease
with which we supply a flawless fit for this
type of physique a fit that sacrifices not
a whit of style's newest exactions.
Our Junior coat and suit models cover an
extremely wide range of size and style and
we have yet to find the figure too dainty
for us to apparel correctly to the finest
shade of fit and fashion.
f. G. Turnure & Son
Tho noxt big event iu Hit history of
Hud Cloud will be thu Furmur's In
btltute which will be held hero Nu
veuiber 11th to 17th, Inclusive.
The otllcers and cotntuittucb in
el 1 urge are bpiirhiK neither time 1101
expunge to liuve this ninth 11 n mi til
hCbblou Mirrmvi all othdtB provloubly
The proKrams will be renderodyln
tho Morhurt Opera llouse. The
huihcs, cattle and liogs will be ex
hiblted in the KounU Lmill. l'uiiltry
iiud fiiriu produce in thu l'eteraou
building und Womeii'd mid education
al exhibit in the Ut.ite Hank liloclt
The following speakers have been
.secured for this uccaisiou: Noveinber
l., Willfh K. Heed, Attorney lieueial;
Xoeinboi 10. Dr. A. O 'riioiiius, State
Mipenntcn.li.nt, Agriculture in I'tib
lie School,'', Mincmbcr 17, 1'ioi. l.es
lie hippie, Kearney Normal .School,
'1 lie Tragedies and Triumphs of tho
Domestic .cleiicu demonstrations
and lectin es will be given by Miss
Kokalir i)f the Stale L'niveisity on
Thin sdtiy and Krlduy.
UobeiL .Mimsul, cattle expert, will
judge thu citlU and Prof, (iiantlieli
of Ihe State luivelsily, will judge the
hotse.s on Thursday, V. A. lluse.
brook uill judge tho poultry on Wed
nesday. Mu.su will lie furnished for the oc
eiihion by Prof. I.eKoi'a Orchestra
and the Kud Cloud Concert Dunil.
The voctil iinihii! will be diiected
by Miss Simmons of the public school.
Plan to ho in attendance as munv
dtiy.s aspos-iblo, as there will lie many
,'ood things iu btoro for you
To The Dry Voters
Hcforo going to the polls to cast your
voto for Jtho various candidates for
local, state uud national nt.lccs, it
would be well for you to carefully con
sider the rpiallllcallous of the respect
Ivo candidates. Wo are Holectlng the
candidates for senator of the 1.0th dls
trlct for analysis; C. R Samuelson, on
tho democratic ticket and his oppon
ent .1. S. Hiitter, on the republican
GoIiil' back into history you will flnl
that at a meeting of the City Council
of Superior, lli'ld on .lime 10, till I, us a
member of the City Council llutler
voted to grant Ihpior licenses in Super
ior. On May 7th, 1'.1", as a mi tnber of
the Council, lit1 again voted to giant
three licenses These statements may
be found on the records of the City of
Ulltlcr will be the sumc tool of the
liquor crowd iu the leglslutuio Hint
ho wuh as a member of the Council ol
Supei ir, for l,As a Man l.iveth, so
Shall iie Hie". If you are iu favor ot
piohil itinn. remeiiilier this and vnte
ni,'aiust Inn .
WltellC. K Samiielsoii was aiproiieli
eil and uski'd for his views on the mat
tor he uve the tollo ing stuti'inent
"11 the Slate of Nebraska goes diy.
1 shall use my iniltieiice as a Senator
from this district to pass sueli laws as
neoessuiy to make such an amendment
enforceable, both in fuel and In dee I.
My intention and aim is to be a true
repiesentative of the prople of this
Twentieth Distilut. My own ideas in
the mutter shall not govern my actions
in case such an amendment cnriy''
Now that you haxothc facts, which
man do you select for the place?
A MISREPRESENTATION i To The Voters of
Iu a local paper tlicie Iris been m-v
eral luN-statemeuls made about the!
way I have conduced tho county at
torney's ollice Kiist: As to thu!
Itense case where it was stated t hut.
I lecomineiiilcd a SIOOOui) bond is I
untrue. Ask the county judge. Sec
ond: As to tho Ciiry case. It was a
matter of common knowledge thuti
the confession was ruled out. because
the olllcers made him promises before
I was county attorney. Thiid: As to
extra mill levy In 1015. It was n mere
ovut sight. I'.vcry commissioner as
well as myself knew that there could
not lie it It) mill levy. Nor did I so
advise the board, nor is the board to
blame, nor has the county paid any
thing to correct same. Fourth: As
to the bootlegging cases. Criticism !
is mado as to the Hue assessed. Suf-
fice to suv that about S380.OO was paid
the county by bootleggers, llesltles .
one detiitidant sent to jail. Why have '
expensive trials at county expense? ,
Of the :.r complaints filed by me the j
U S government took four defend '
ants and one fot felted bond and the
rest were all lined, jailed, sout to the .
penitentiary or puroled, and 'about
ititiO.OO iu linos and costs have been ,
paid the county. I
F J MUXDAY, j
The funeral services of the Into W.
O. IlolVumn woro hold Sunday after
noon at the M. I'J. church, Uev. Hum.
j mel olliclatlug. The church was not
' large enough to hold the fr'ends and
, netghbois who came to pay their lubt
respects to tho deceased. The funeral
piocesslon was composed of about'
sevetPyllve automobiles which was
the largest number iu attoitdituco at
any funeral iu this locality. In our
last week's issue, we failed to mention
that tho deceased was survived by one
brother and two sisters, '
On Tuesday morning, Clarence Cox,
I who has boen in poor health the last
few years, passed away at the homo
'of his mother, Mrs. C. C. Cox, in this
city. He was f!7 years of ago and
' leaves to mourn his demise, a wife, '
mother, five brothers and ono 8l6ter.
Funeral services wero conducted this
afternoon, In charge of Itov. Itowns
of Covvles, Rev. Ileobe and Kev. Dm
liner of this city. Interment in. Hod
1 deeply JipprtTiiito tho nonii
nation for County Treasurer jjiv
imi me by my numerous friends,
find by honorable and faithful
work 1 hope to be elected.
If elected I will k'i'o my full
attention to the duties of the of
fice find pledge efficient service
to the public.
If elected 1 will conduct the of
fice on ii salary of $2,000 and
will ask no extra salary for clerk
or deputy hire during term of
1 will pay no funds to any
person or corporation, except as
provided by law, find will kepi)
:m itemized record of all dis
bursements, so tlte public may
know to whom find for what
such are made.
If elected I will not seek to
perpetuate myself in office be
yond the time limit fixed by law
by asking my successor for dep
utyship. After 20 years in the business
world and a special course in
business college, I feel amply
qualified to conduct the office
to your entire satisfaction and
will appreciate your vote.
ALDEUT V. DUCKER.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. W. McCoy and
daughter, Miss Kva. of lllue Hill, visit
ed Wednesday at the homo of .1. A
The Social Helpers of the First
Methodist chinch of this city, cele
brated Halloween on Monday even
lug at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Kgo, where entertainment of tho oc
casion was piovhlcd Later Iu the
evening, the guests iu their ghostly
appearance wore taken to tho home
of Mr. and Mrs Wert Stevens where
a bountiful lunch was served. The
committeo iu charge were Mrs Hoy
Sattley, Mrs Frank Starr, Mrs. Dia
mond, Miss Fern Averlll, Mrs. I'.gc,
and Mrs. Wert Steven-. Miss Gthco
Davis has the honor of the beautiful
decorations. Kvory one wont home
feeling that they had been royally
THF ONr THING THAT DELIGHTS A WOMAN MOST DURING HER
WHOLE UR 1IME IS RECEIVING FROM HIM WHO IS TO BE HER
LIFE COMPANION HER "ENGAGEMENT RING."
THIS IS ONE TREASURE YOUR WIFE WILL ALWAYS KEEP AND
CHERISH, SO LET THE DIAMOND BE AS FLAWLESS AS YOU
WOULD HAVE YOUR HAPPINESS.
WHEN WE SUPPLY IT, THE DIAMOND WILL BE OF THE PUREST
WE MKE "OJALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jowclar and Optometrist
HTC. n. &. Q. Watch Inur-octor
R. P. Weesner & Co,
This is a Season
of Beautiful but
'T'HE looms have not lost their
magic nor the designers their
skill Despite the continued raging of
war and desecrations, the fall of 1916
has been very generous in the wealth
of its offerings New colors have
been created, new materials woven
and new styles fashioned.
Ladies, Misses and Childrens
Coats that give the greatest values
Ladies and Misses Suits
Several numbers of the newest styles
Some Ine pensive Waists
That are Very New
Tub Silki, Crepe le Cliinei --white and
fleth colo"-ery pretty ttylct popular
Did you know this? We carry at-
moit a complete flock of McCall Palterni
The lirgett pattern -lock in lliii pait of
Store of Good Clean Merchandise
On Monday night, Hon. A C. Hhttl'
leubcrgor, who Is it candidate for re !
election on the Democratic ticket fort
Congressman of the Klfth district,
spoke in the Orpheum theater. The j
gentleman told his large audience of
the many gooil things which tho Demo
cratic administration had accomplished
during the past four yeurs, and made
a very good Impression on tho voters.
1 After the speaking, we understand
several of tho republicans who aro
seeing the true light of democracy,
plodged him their support. Tho lied
Cloud baud and tho Democratic drum
corps furnished appropriate music for
the occasion. The theater was packed
to the doow, as muuy of his friends
from all over the county were present
Foot ball game Filduy afternoon,
lied Cloud va Esbon. Go out and
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