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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1918)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
I'ontiL'ul AiHei tislnp
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Mitt y i ' ffM
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nyesi l gooper
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
SEGRETflaY OF STATE
Has ben a re i 'cut of Nebraska
for thirty-two years. Iwcnty-eiK it oj
which were spjnt i;i conducting a
Democratic ncwipiror ut Tccumsch.
He hns ben le;u:!y Pcaetary of
State for nearly four yeat,, during
which time tie business affairs of
the office have nio.-o than doubled. It
elected will knop the affairs of thu
ofllce up to the highest standard of
excellence that has been in force for
the past four yeaia. (live me youe
otc on election clay, November 5.
JUDGE WILLIAM B. ROSE
TEN YEARS' EXPERIENCE AS
JUDGE OF THE SUFREME
CANDIDATE FO;i RE-ELECTION
McCook Kki'L'IH.scan: "Judge Rop
sas been Fervine as a Judt,e of tic
Supreme Court since UJOS and has made
H most creditable record on the Rench
us well as in every position he lias ever
held, administering the affairs of that
position without fear or favor."
Nehkaska Dj:mockat (August, 1918):
"Judge Rose is broad. He does not
iump at conclusions. His motto is to
five every party in his court a squr..e
deal and that is all the American people
want. The judfce is in the prime of life,
strong, robust, healthy and a constant
TKcmsnn Ciiieftajm: "It can be
laid of J 4d(;e Rose that ho has uniformly
discharged the duties of his high ollice
with rare ability and has contributed
powers of analysis and discrimination to
ihe court which have been of inestimable
value to the state."
FOR SUPREHE JUDQE
-. ' 8&
T Q. MARTIN
Formerly Attorney General. Ten
cars dsvotcd to the Icnl business of
Ihe state. New helping Supremo Court
to clear Its docket. j
The Omcha n::&:n:nor s:iy3: "Grant
0. Martin is n per Isrant udvocato of
speedy termination of litigation In
crder to cut down expense, both to
litigants and tho a ate That's tho
kind of a Judge the pcoplo want oa
ho Dupromo betHh "
FAI 10 AT HOME EXPECT YOU
rWlM TO TELL 'EM ALL ABOUT i
RE," THE S?&& IT
ilnratine Burlesouo: Vaudcvillo
""M FIHi J with Prillf Glrli. Funnr Clotu, Cotfiout
, tqulpui. Hriniini secoic titironniiii
rybody Gooi: Ak Anybody
; etCCEST AID 81)1 SHOff WEST OF CHtdOO
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HE. 'fr ?
Wii , ' -"-ft f
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I AS TOLD TO
I'nt and drink at Powell it 1'opo's
Will lit tinner lias leturned to Lin
coln. Mrs ,1. (). Hutler was a Cowlus viol,
rich Hastings broad dally at Piatt's
Mrs. Win. Sunbetry is honiu from
Mrs M. M Deokwith is a Hastings
visitor this week.
Onions for sale. Inquiie Chus. K.is
ser, Ind. Phono 12 on a. iJOtf
Mr and Mis. Glen Fearn visited rela
tives at Hustings Saturday.
Mondein house to tout Inquire of
Mih. Krank Peterson. 1.1-tf
Good meuls flood service moderate
priees Powell fc Pope's cafe.
Miss Xola Thompson of Lebanon, is
the iiest of her fiiend, Mabel llotV
man Mi. Will Hunt and son Leo, went ti
I'lyst ss Saturday tv a visit with rein
tle Mrs. Hanson, who ban been visiting
le'atives hero returned to Heatriep
Mr ami Mrs. licit Sherman of St
loieph, Vo , visited telatlves here over
Mi-s M. Abel went to Hebron Mini
ilny for u visit with her sUtcr, Mis. W.
Mlbs Olive lliebardson who was
visit it)K her sister Viola, here, lias re
turned to Hastings.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. R Tackett mo about
to ictnove to Uooneville, Mo. They
expect to leave tomorrow.
Win Pope, of Denver, is visiting his
parents Mr. and Mis. Jay Pope, and
other i datives1 in Red Cloud.
Will IlolYuitin, accompanied by his
sister, Mrs. Chuvico Raker, arrived
bomo f loin Strut ton, Colo, Sunday.
Demi Smith of Topekii, Kim., ciimo
in to visv. his brother Mciton, who e
pected to Ieti-o for California Tuesday
.Mr. Abe Wllllan.u iV;id family win
veie the jruest of Mr irvjl Mrs. .Ins,
I'urden, rettuiiPil to their jm0 nt
St Joseph, Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. I). D. M:iiidir-uii, ..J,,,
wpi'o the Riiests of tins lady's parents.
Mr and Mrs. (Ml, Potter, returned to
Thos. Whitley or Iiiavale, was a
pleasant caller at the Chief olllee yes
terdny. Mr. Whitley is seriously crip
tiled by rheumatism.
Andiew Cinrretson lias returned to
the (iient Lakes training station, after
a three weeks visit with ills mother,
Mis Klla Garrctson.
Dr. anil Mrs. C. K. Moranvillo aie
homo from Hastings The doctor's
many fi lends tejoiceover his leeovery
from serious illness.
Pressure of political busluess com
pels temporary deferment of "11 years
With tho Kaiser." Regular instal
ments will bo resumed at an early
Patriotic Wobster county went over
the top on tho Fourth Liberty Loan,
Red Cloud contributing a heavy per
cent of the over plus Hun ah for Red
Tho two-year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert McCullum passed to tho
higher home Sunday morning. Funeral
services were held at Bladen Monday.
Tho bereaved, parents have the sympa
thy of ninny friends.
Leo Mi-Arthur says: "Dog-gone it,
the way things are going the war will
be over before I get out of Red Cloud "
Lee has been billed for a start to the
war ''rvlcp si'Vi ml times and,, with
d' In is. run against a delay order just
b'loie the date set for Irtivlng.
The Teruiinul markets bavo been
more o Wn eonstesU'il of lnte nod per
mits to khlp wbejjt can 1b secured mily
fiom tho government. PartieK desii-
lug to ell wheut to tho rarmeis Union
elevator should cull on or phone the
nmbogei' of local elevator and iweer.
tain if he has Mifliclent or any bin
II. M, Cook gave an instructive ami
Impressive addiess at tho Advent
chinch Inst Saturday, his subject bil
ling "Love, tho Motive of Christian
Spiv Ice." Mr. Cook is in tho draft and
oxpected to leavo Hastings Tuesday
evening. This was before tho Stato
Roiiid of Health issued prohibitory
oidersfio it is prosumed ho did not
have to go.
Prank Miindav, caudtdato for Coun
A. D. Ranney, cnudidato for County
B. P. Perry, candidate for County
Albert V. Duoker, onndiditto for
Pi nnk Duffer, imndidato for Sheriff
J. W. Hamilton, candidata foi Coun
ty Commissioner, nth Dlsinet.
L. Wlekwlio, ciniilidiittt foi Coun
ty Commissioner, 3d Distild
li. Ueube, cuudidato for Statu Kop
lesontatlve. 10th Dlstilct.
Henry McCune is homo fiom Kearney.
Leslie Graves has returned to Grand
Roy Sattley is homo from (loodland,
Frcih Hastings bieaddaily at Plait's
.Koy Stevens was a Hastings visitor
A. II llolTman wasa Illuo Hill visi
MissHolle Hamilton hns returned to
Wilbur Hamilton tns a Hustings
visitor yestei day
Mt. and Mis John Coibott ate home
from Table Rock.
Miss Dwen has returned to Rrickson
while the schools aie cloed.
Miss Viola RichanUon went to Hast
ings yesterday to visit relatives.
The Royal Neighbor Kensington hns
been postponed until further notice.
Mrs. lluy Zeigler, who was visiting
relatives heie returned to Lincoln
Mrs M. A. Lendlii'iiiid anil son Jay
of In.unlc, were Red Cloud visitors
Sat ui day.
H. C tJlelatly uud wffe uru tin proud
patents of a lino baby boy born tile
(list ot the vek.
Con Mof'oale and Hie Myeis llro,
from tho tinwiln territory, wero in
Red Cloud Satuidav.
Dr. .1. W. Stockman qualified at tho
recent examination for appointment
in I lie Medical Corp.
Use A. I). S. Reef Iron and Wine to
tonn up the system and keep disease
away. Sold by Cutting. 2t
Harry Waller and wife re'.ui'ned to
Cowles this morning, after a shnit
visit at the J. H. Uailey home.
Miss Minnie (Seorgo is home from
school duties near Noith Riunch,
Kaiisno, diirng the enforced vacitlen.
Guy Zloglor of Lincoln, was in Rod
Cloud Wednesday. He ts onroute 0
New York to enter government Bf
vice as an electrician.
Rev. J L Deelio Is lit lma today
wlieio ho was called to nllleiiilo at tliP
liitienil sprvico of H II. Moore, pioneer
to' idem of Harlan county.
Arch Shannon arrived fnun Oklaho
uia Tncs'lnv anil passml medical ex
amination for war servVc Ho !eft
his brother quite ill at Clerelnnd,
,'l Cloud Is n quiet place these
'iny-unler the "safety first" tilling of
me in-iiiu, tloll,,is oni! js londiidedof
the old song; i.;VCI,. ,iuy wlu h Sn.
day by and bve
;.!ust drop in and U ,ocjlbll!i W(,
want to talk with you "iout'yo,u'-Anb
sciiption,to tho Chief ai,j ttlt tu.
governtnenr. requires in ti
If you can't call wiite a check.
'. You Are Losing Money
; If you don't sell your creamy
to the Pnimci's I'nion Co-opci
: live Company and receive thev
The sweeping order from the State
Board Health to discontinue nil pub
lie meetings, indoors or out, caused
cancellation of Gov Neville's and Con
gressman Shallcnberger's dates in
Webster county during the wcik.
Our friend W. G. Summon writes n
vigorous and pointed protest against
Ernst Welch being willfully abused he
cause ho was notboru in America. We
regict inability to find space for tin
letter until a latter date. Mr. Mian
nou statos conclusively tlint Mr. Weldi
is a patriotic Atneri 'nil citizen and en
tlrely undeserving of abuse.
We publish in another item '1
week under the title "Soldier-'
statement of our understanding of ' '
recognition that is due fiom the
civ to t'n of thi rnunty'ft fa'' '
officor3. That applies partiqulai'
those, who were memboi.s of the J
Board and had taken pei hupr a p,
cr burden than an other. V.'
not over look, howu.ei, and avq
the voters will, not ovei look th.
that there are others who have
londeied valuable and patriotic
vices and of these s mention C
Judffe Ranr.cy who ai chainna
tho County Local Adviuory Board
porhups devoted as mucli of hia
and Fervico to tho country as all
other lawyers in the county com1'
and A. V. Ducker, candidate
treasurer, who in his present po
as deputy County Clerk, has
seconded and assisted Mr. Pci i a
carrying out tho many duties i
fell upon the Local Boanl. Wo t 1
that regaidlesH of party every .'
should show those men by their ' 'p
that their services have been app -
A. D. Rnnroy, cnnilitlatu for County
11. P. Perry, cnudidato for County
Albert V Duoker, jandldato fur
Prank Huffor, cundidnte for Sheriff,
Krank .Miindav, candidate for e uni
J. W. Hamilton, candidate for C on
ly Commissioner, Mil Dlstri. i
C. L. Wick wire, candidate for m
ty ComiuiSsionei, ltd Dlntlic
J. L Heebe. cnnili'lnte for State Hi
'entutivo, V, b District,
Office of County Judge
' the matter of fees and salary, the
e.t9 fees paid into the county 'run.
ui for the vear 1917 was S3.11 aO, and
th v j car the excess fees earned by the
olli . to be returned to tho county at
th ml of the ypai. will be more than
th. illtnwmee of the county coinmls
sl -is for clerk hire, and the otllce or
com ty judge will W self sustaining
foi he (list time in its history, with
out fie expenditure of ONl'i CUNT
KNIOD lY TAXATION.
I' ! my intention to leave thin mal
lei ( i-Ierlc biro just where the htatuto
I'l i '" it in the soun I disci etion of the
d Commissioners, and they will
" n.ike any allowance for clerk hire,
an -s it is shown to lie necessary to
tlf tllcient business niiinngeinent of
th- tllce, and in no event would such
all .wince bo in excess of the fees
en i. d by the ofllce.
I ace been a resident of Webster
Ci i .'j for 4(5 years, was admitted to
pm oo law in HSU. mid continued in
tlii" p.-ofession until elected county
Ju -. Since Hint time I hnvo tc
tri 1 eutiielv troni the praelu'e ot
in mil have not engaged in tntsinuss
of .i cliaiMctcr whatever outside the
u - nf the olllee. and I now ask for
m Mllnppteetale tho Vote and sup
po -i the electois ef Webster county.
ui I'Hgiinl to their pdlltle.il iiilil
i. ., iiml if I'l.ctnl I pie Igc tu
f my f-ntiri' time In the faithful
; iiiiuce nf the diitlis of the conn.
.v ' Je A I). Rnm:y.
Notice To Bidders
N 'tie is hereby given that the Coun
ty liinrd of Commissioners will re-cen-sealed
bids up to noon Noveni
bi'i lull, llils for a County Poor Farm
So, Miiteudcnt for Webster County,
cii'iinu'iiciug March 1st, lOlsi.
I ii further itit'oriimtlou in reg inl to
diii,,, salary and other particulars
ei'piiio of County Cloth.
" I'ness my baud Satil this 23nl day
of Dtobor, 191S
P. P. I'r.miv,
I Seal County Clark.
TThe Ounce oE Prevention
or.lei ottlio State Hoard of Health
I iiMIe nsspriiblies, indoors or out,
uohlbitol until Nov -id. Red
I I complied promptly although the
i .iiitlioritlfH feel that tho coudi-
lieio are nut at all dangerous. It j
iter to be afe tban-sorrv. and the i
perative action of tin; City IJounl
lished elaewhete will meet with
approval of all ultl.t-ils who have pub.
Ii2 wellfaie ut heart.
Imtnuiii'i Dnroc Jersey boats and
silts t)f Match farrow Splendid
'blood lines O vner is in the army
and entire legistered beid is to be
i sold. For piii-iii'uhii's ad. tress George
I J. Spohn, phone .tilillJ, Supeilor,
Piano Tuner Coming
lonr ,.. i . . . .
I : uruurs ior inning ami repair.
i " "'"i"" nt t 10 Amuck or Sattlnv
iirox, Piano Doctor.
B. P. Perry, candldato w
-.i i , r.ouiity
Albert V. Ducker, pandlilnte
Frank Buffer, candidate for Sheriff.
Prank Munday, candidate for Coun
A. D. Ciiniiey, candhlatri for County
.1. W. Hamilton, candidate for Coun
ty Cinntnissloiier, .")thDlstiict.
C. L Wiekwira. can- lb lata f ir Coun
ty CiiniulRslone . til Dls'rict,
J. L iteebe, candid ito lor S nto Hep-le-eiitnttve,
li' b Dls.ilt
To fiil your needs is
here for you
Bui you should CALL
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
for the Clock' Shortage
is sure to come this
EARLY BUYING means
BETTER SERVICE and
Clock Materials are get
ting low and it is neces
sary to act at once.
' j. C. MITCHELL
1 r-i mil i i - -i ami nw in iwirnrii't -
j A Clock
I want you to try the Avalon Farms Hog-Tone on my
guarantee for 60 days. Ycu can take out enough to treat all
of your hogs for that time and if you arc satisfied that it has
done tliem a lot of good, expelled the worms and put them in
hotter condition pay me $1 per bottle. If you arc not satisfied
bring back the empty bottle and 1 will cancel the charge. Will
you try it?
Chns. L. Cotting, The Druggist.
You always get the very
best at our store because
QUALITY goods are the
only kind we sell. The
brands we carry in stock
are recognized by the
housewife as the VERY
BEST of their kind.
Everything Fresh and Pure
Chase & Sanborns Coffees
Itens Crackers and Cookies
Batavia Jams and Spices
Sunflower Canned Goods
A ft I Kl-c If -H 1 -t
Democratic Candidate Por
Representative 4(th District
Your Support Arpreciated
J. L. BEEBE
Vote for the Man Qualified to Represent You
Mr. Bcebe has lived in the state more than 35 years. Has
-studied law. Served as County Judge five years. Taught
practical ?nti countrv school. Has had experience as a
ind yourinIe?&.?nds a convincing speaker. Elect him
is with the common peoftePresented- for his sympathy
your rights in the legislature. ,,,J will be able to defend
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BUY A FORTUNATE PURCHASE
I Have Two Pieces of All
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One Piece at $1.25 a yd
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