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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1918)
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. CHIEF
Jessie M. Kellogg
qualified by educa
tion and cxperi--ence.
make an efficient
dent. A. C. SHALLENBERGER .,
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
MEMBER OF THE HOUSE
MILITARY COMIUTTEE '
ThU U no time to change! America,
needs experienced and tried men In
Congress now. j
Hy permission of t ho City Hoard
nf Health the Orpheum will In- 10
oponcd THIS WEEK
Friday and Saturday
William Ku5cl in
Up Romance Road
Sf'Uur.N TIILRGUAM and n
Admission J7 and Uc
8 o'clock Standard Time
Monday and Tuesday
Official War Review J
HANDS UP, No. T Episodo
COMEDY, and u Two Heel Drama
Admitsion 17 and lie
A Hoosier Romance
James Whltcomb Riley'
Most Famous Work, in
A Five Reel Picture
No Advance in Price -17 and J I Cents
AS TOLD TO
Eat ntnl tlilnlc nt Powell & Popo's
Caff. tf N
Jennie Miner was a Campbell vis
Kieh Hastings btend dully itt l'lntt's
(1 rneery. t f
Dr. Stockman was a Hastings vis
Mondein house to lout I tuititi of
Mis. Frank Peteison. lH-tf
Clias. Funk and childicn have re
turned to their homo at Supeiior.
Hood mealsgood service modciato
prices Powell & Pope's cafe.-
.las. Peteison was a business vis
itor at Guide Hock Fiittay.
The Red Ccoss roo.r.s nt tho couit
house will ho open Monday afternoon.
The rmal schools will lesutne work
tu.t Monday. This is oMcIhI nolle
Mcnioilo this Vote tor It. W.
SteAiwt, for County Judge, ne.M Tuos
.Mis. Lydla Chapman a last week's
visitor fiom Cowles, has lcluined
The Furmct's Union clovutor
-hipped .thice cars of wheat lat
Editor Jones, of tho Blue Hill Lead
er was a pleasant caller at tho Chief
Mrs. Geo. Sheldon was called to
Ashland by tho Illness of her sister,
Claude Gcaron has accepted a po
sition in tho stock yauls at St. Joseph,
Mo., lie loft hero Sunday.
FIod A. Turnure, of tho F. .
l'u t nu to & Son sloio went to Kansas
City on business Monday.
Politics lead this week. Wo ush
o'lr readers and enrrcpsndiiUs to pir.
don shoitugo on other subject
The baby boy at liny Sutton's is
the cause of much lcjoicing. The com
ing man is over a week old now.
Called by tho fcorlous illness of hei
daughter, y Mrs. E. Goodwin, Mis.
Saiah Gaul left for Superior Friday.
Dr. Myeily died at Dun last week
of Spanish influenza. Ho was scarcely
recovered from an operation whon
M-iiK.rie Mils Vote for It W
SVwhhI foi Cmitity Judge. ne.Nt Tne
Mr. and Mrs. J. II Tucket t left Fri
day morning for I'oonovillc, Mo.,
uheic thry will make their homo wiUi
their son, J. A. Tackett.
Conproi-mnn Shnlleiibeicer was in
Kid Cloud Muudny slinking hunch.
iilh old and now friends, dive him
your X mm It noxt Tuesday.
Walter Denny left hcic Sunday
night letuining to the Gieat Lakes
Tiaining station where he is in Uncle
Sam' j cervice as a mechanic.
Tho Independent Telephone Co.uks
ls city subscribe! s to tiny their ac
counts at State Hank as a conseiwu
tion war measure. Help is scarce
Mr. Leon LcMair and daughter,
Helen, who have been the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. Damciell and Attorney
Overman left for their home at Bur
lington, 111., Monday.
Builington agent N. B. Bush, was
among those who took cnfoiced vaca
tion this week because of the prevail
ing severe attacks of cold-grippe-ilu.
Some ray one some another So we
rccoul them all.
Fresh Hnstings bread daily at Plntt's
An explosion of gas formed while
mixing chemicals started a fuo in Dr.
Mitchell's office Friday. The doctor
burned his hand while trying to ex
tinguish the blnzo. But little other
1 Putties desiiing hi buy corn, oats oi
harli'v should gel ill touch will, tho
IV i in-is' Union F.lovitor. Cm lots of
ijin n will he purt'htsrl and Intmllijd
on v nsumoib orders an vtitno nt lowest
pi -, and nt minimum expense It
', he t"-o childicn of Mr. and Mrs.
Ua'ph Foe of Groybull, "Wyoming, ar
'iiod tho firgt of tho week to visit
.their grandmother, Mis. Elizabeth
Foe, pending the fitijourn of their nio-
tlwr in a hospital at Denver, Colo.,
where she recently underwent an ap
' oration. Com Ad.
Faiiiiits patronizing the Fanners
lUiiiun KU'vntor now, should lake these
sln?r dnjs into coiiMdciiitiou for tlieh
own necommodntloti nnd couvonieuco
as well as tho convenience of tho cle.
vutor innnngor, andvget in or out with
loads before 5 o'clock p tn. If do'ayod
to nrilvo after C. phono lu your tioub
los Memorize this-Voto for It. W
Stow art for County Judge, next Tues
The Chief bollvcs that tho voters
will tnako a mistake not to to-eloct
Frank Munday, county attorney. Ho
Is iin able lawyer and attends care
fully to tho duties of tho olllce. Dur.
lug tho Inst two yenis ho hns collected
moto lines for the county than the
oosts of ptwocutlons This Is a good
roeoid as joneially tl.o county uttoi
nej'n ollb'o is run at a pi eat oxpoiiS'lo
tho county. Mr Monday ban inn !o a
oli'tui i'iiiiip.1 h'ii and has not t r All
any mud. Ity eleotln.' him ,mi will
know what attorney is going to look
after your business.
A LIE NAILED
A KEDCLOLM) paper makes
tho statement tn its Inst issue
thnt the Webster County Draft
Boaid wUI bo "Well. Paid" for
their pnst services und nlso
states that If the present
County Cleric nnd Sheriff aie
not ro-elicted their opponents
will tako their places on the
Tho abovo statements are
absolutely untrue and the pub
lisher of sumo knows It.
We the undoislnned decline
that wu have not rebel veil one
cent for this service. While
the Government provides pny
fur sci vices for the Hoard
membeis who ileslie same, wo
have felt it our patriotic duty
to perforin this son Ice free for
our Government and h.ixo
WAIVED THI PAY.
It is also n Government order
that tht Upsent Diaft lliunds,
on account of llioir ovperlance,
lire to be tolalnod us members
f-the Draft lSonuU o'.ei llm
Counliy icgardless of whether
tluy uicic-tdcutedor nollo tho
present County Ollloos they
t Wo have now looked over
and examined over S.100 Ques
tlonnahes. Wo may have
made some mistakes but wu
did the best wc could.
ll l Pr.i!ii.
TO THE VOTERS
OF WEBSTER COUNTY
On iicciiiiiii. of the unusual
amount of work in the County
Uloik's Oillco tit tho piofcelit
time, it's going to bo Impossible
fm me to mako much of a per
sonal eanipaign for re election.
1 will appreciate uuothcr
teun as your County C oiKniid
if io elected will promise tho
samo caioful iiudelllclcnt maiu
ngetiiont of tho rlcik's Oillco
and accord couiteous tieat
ment to nil its pillions.
Will iiNo contlnuo to faith
fully discharge all duties laid
down ly our Government for
me to pet form as a Member nnd
Cleik of tho Webster County
I will appreciate jour vote
and support on November .1th.
B. V. PERRY.
Demociatic Candidnto for
second term ns County Clerk.
TO THE VOTERS
OF WEBSTER COUNTY
Tho recoids nt the court
house show that on December
30th, 1910, 0 D. Hedge, just be
fore his term of olllce as slier
ill had expired, Hied u claim
against tho county for nine
years past foi his j.illoi fees lu
the sum of S3G 19.50 and was nl
lowed $isai.fln. Ills attorney
J. S. Gllbiun tool: oxeep'loii as
to tho Imliinco of SlSl5.nO
which wiis not nllo.vvd v
Why did ho wait m long to
(Ho this Jlultn? Do the vntfltM
want to put blin In a position
'to eollcot the uninnr?
Wbo do youwnnt for thei lliv
Dhmociia i ic Ci..vrnL Cojimittl
To the Voteis of Wobbler County:
Owing to the road cuii.litions, sick
no-iK, int. L will not get to see all lu th
county peisoually as 1 bad plniiuud iu i
am taking this moans of stating that i
will appreciate yum support at Hi
coming election and will say Hint I fu
that I am rjuulifiod to handle the con -mlssloncr'dollli'ejm
vlng bad eight yea
successful business oxpeilenco, f urine J
t'ouryoais, all in Webster Co, and bao
the Intel osls of tho people at heat t
I was born at Rod Cloud and have spent
most of my life in tho county-
C L WiriuvniE,
Candidate for commissioner, .'lid dis
trict, Webster Co.
Tho FOLKS AT home expect you
. ... VL,V TO TELL -EM ALL ABOUT
"OMAHA'S FUN khrn4Ts VISIT
CENTRE," THE Cre VI,?1T
Exhilarating Burlesque; Vaudovillo
SluiAltiii rillid (IthPntlr Glrlt.rupnrClovnt. Oofiigm
Eqttlpift. Eillllint Scute toilfoonut
LADIES' DIME MATINEE EVERY WEEKDAY
A Everybody Gob; Ak Anybody
UWATJ THE 8ICQEST MO KIT JH01T WEST OF CHIC4C0
E-elle E- Pucker
i ot lb-it I h im I n ; ' 1
I i .l'U mi f of tho p up i
coi i .i i) .a t a'l a'l of tin
s occupied by my xohnol duli
therofoio compelled to np"al
votora tin u tho county pii-s.
schools of Wobstor County
I bo tho bf st tlloy can bo nmdo.
Hove in tho consolidated nrhool
o the child should be sit homo
tho patents inunodiato obsena-
inslead of being tin own upon his
own losponsibility dining his chaiac
tei oimiug ioriod.
i- ninth and tenth giades can ho
it in the homo school at los i
cost than the loom, boaid and
school espouses of tho tamo
on in the city schools,
otice the fanners are paving
wages and ate templing teueh
iom tho town schools into tho
iy. Good teachers aie a good
ncnt no mailer what 'is paid
You cannot nlFoid lo tiuU the
ig of your children's niincU lo
i teachers. Good schools and
churches mean brighter children
iucioaed earning capacity and
lould like to are each giado do-
io pame work as tho cono'pond-
alcs of all tho other schools ho
a child rould move fiom ono to
i-r and be able lo keoj) along
his woik without lo a of time.
i schools, already very coed,
bo tnaintnined al thoir hlghc-t
nco. If the oorslcht of thorn
into my hand. I shall re-k the
allon of tho school official . and
nts and hall welcome am' good
'tions thoy may offer. I shall
and expect the help of tho
Kood education docs not mako n
go d man. yet there is no good man
nut is lb bottov for a good education,
jjki tin- monty ar.d time spent in
-ohool i, without doubt most wfse'y
I have b ed most of my lifi among
ou. I was educated hoio. I giad
ated at ynn State University of No
oaska ami 1 Viv o carried on consid
oiablc woik at the University since
iriaduating. 1 iiIho did normal woik
during two summer schools. I was
hosen by one of the teachers of tho
University of N'obr., to teach in thoii
nodcl school for the benefit of the
tonchers thoio for summer noimal
vork. I have taught successfully a
good many yeais in Rod Cloud and in
Maiger towns. Many of the teachers
n the count. have boon my htudonts
.md aie my friends. 1 feel I am well
acquainted with the schools and their
needs in this pait of Nebr. I have
had a ptofossional life ceitificate for
nost of my teaching expciicnco.
I earnestly ask for your vote in
this election and pledge all my ener
gies to the piogiess of your schools
n the case of my election.
Dr. Wan ink, the specialist, will ihopI
vo. enr. nose and thioat nutleiilH and
1 thoso neediiii: glasses fitted at Dr
Dntiiei ell's olllce, Wediiesdny, Nov. 13.
Ilouis 2 tn C,, . 21
Don't let him
o without a
yJ National FVayerRin
BymblPtn will bo nn ovor-prcsent mes-
Mttj-ah. U tho nil lo word tliat muuna
God watch between Ihea and
mo wlitU -nara abient
on Iroi.i lite other.
This Is tlio prajcf In sour henrt lot
him wear thnt prajur on li!s llnccr.af.
wais. Holla silver i.' 5O-10k golU 47.50.
11 K. Gotil J10.0O
See Symblem today at
J. C. MITCHELL
TO THE FARMERS
1 want you lo iry the Avalon Farms Hog-Tone on my
guarantee for 60 days. You can lake out enough to treat all
of your hogs for thnt time and if you are satisfied that it has
done them a lot of good, expelled the worms and put them in
belter condition pay me $1 per bottle. If you are not satisfied
bring back the empty bottle and I will cancel the charge. Will
you try il?
Chas. L. Cotting, Tho Druggist.
K mWjs JLa S 1 JLj l5
You always get the very
best at our store because
QUALITY goods are the
only kind we sell. The
brands vjq carry in stock
are recognized by the
housewife as the VERY
BEST of their kind.
Chase & Sanborns Coffees
liens Crackers and Cookies
Batavia Jams and Spices
Sunflower Canned Goods
" (pa rw
&V& & i
n . l wjv m m urKH wLa m m
w u y r w m w p n
Jbi Qd' Wbsy 3u s26i xisa1 tKA J2ki3b! fc
Poland China Boar Sale
On Account of the Influenza we were
compelled to postpone our sale from
October 23rd to
Wednesday Nov. 6th '18
Plan to Spend the Day With Us
i! szzz ek. "W3 $F W & W i
BUY A FORTUNATE PURCHASE
Linen Table Damask
One Piece at $1.25 a yd
One Piece at $2.00 a yd
Hfs. Bartoa Phrns
A I PMirMT
ra qnrwi. sitt. r & ik'nici
a fei ra h m w y
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