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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1920)
MD CLOUD, KIB&Jjfcjk, CHTJf
THE SUPERIOR HERD
J. DEE SHANK
Will sell at ihc farm, two and one-half miles south east
of Superior, Nebraska, on
Wednesday, November 3, 1920
At 1:30 P. M.
13 Poland China Spring Boars, Sired by TALKER
19 Poland Spriug Gilts, sired by TALKER
4 Poland Spring Boars by Reliable Clansman, by The
12 Big Stretchy Fall Gilts by Master A and Jewel's
At the Topeka Free Fair, Topeka. Kan., 1919, Talker
won 1st place in Junior Pig class and also in the Futurity
. At the Nuckells County Fair, Nelson, Neb., 1920, 1 won
1st Junior Yearling and Grand Champion on Talker:
1st Senior Pig on a son of Talker; 1st Senior Yearling and
Grand Champion Sow; 1st Senior Sow Pig: 1st on Boar
and five of his get; 2nd on young herd.
WRITE IFOR CATALOG
ANNUAL BOAR SALE
We will hold our 28th sale of Poland Chinas at the
farm of Curtis Smith; one-half mile north of Cadams.
Neb., and nine and one-half miles north-east of Superior
Thuicqday, November 4, 1920
50 Head -KTToppy Spring Boars and 10 Fine Spring Gilts,
all cholera immuned.
The offering has been raised with lots of exercise, not
overfed or overfat, but fed with a view to further useful
ness and well grown and ready to do you good. We can
supply you with new Blood. Come 'end bring the boys
and spend the day with us whether you wish to buy or
Sole Under Tent at 1 P. M. Free Lunch at Noon
Write for Calalog. SMITH BROS., Superior, Neb.
Auctioneers John Yung, Clerk
A. W, Thompson,
W. C. Hendersen,
Ira Von Farrell,
Phillip H. Fuller
Practiced Law 17 Years
Born in Ohio 45 years ago. Resident of Hastings 33
years. Graduate of Hastings High School. Attended
State University. Received highest vote for this office
in primary. Member of firm of Tibbitts. Morey & Fuller
VOTE FOR FULLER
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When considering the cost of a tractor don't overlook these important points
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RED CLOUD, NEB
When You Tear YOUR CLOTHES Think of
Frank R. Hughes
Cleaning - Dyeing - Repairing
Phones S " Red Cloud, Nebr.
W Call nnd Deliver Wo Pay Return Charges on Out of-Town Work
Sample floo-Partisan Ballot
General Election November 2, 1920
Vote for ONE. For Chief Justice Supreme Court
GRANT C. MARTIN
ANDREW M. MORRISSEY
Vote for ONE. For Judge Supreme Court
GEORGE A. DAY
WILLIAM C. DORSEY
Vote for TWO. For Judges Tenth Judicial District
LEWIS H. BLACKLEDGE
PHILIP II. FULLER
WILLIAM A. DILWORTH
frw.''' . Sill
Vote for ONE. For State Superintendent
JOHN M. MATZEN
OWEN P. STEWART
Vote for TWO. For Regents of State University
E. H. GERHART
VICTOR G. LYFORD
WILLIAM L. BATES
GEORGE N. SEYMOUR
Vote for ONE. For County Judge
A. D. RANNEY
B. W. STEWART
For Chief Justice
NEBRASKA SUPREME COURT
Vote for RE-EL
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Grant G. Martin
Wat High Man at April Primary
Endorsee by over 71.M0 Vetera '
Ht Bllvi la Ex41lla4 Ilia lailatf i of
Tht Ntbrsski Farm lounul. on the subject "Mod
ernlic theCoarU" editorially endorse Mr. Mar
tin's stand on Judicial reforms.
The TKumuJi CbltfUIn tar: "Judfie Martin was
elected Attorney General at the time Chester H.
Aldrlch was named as Governor, and he filled the
position with credit to his constituency and to him
self. Amply qualified for the place, .-:ntle-man
of high Ideals and Brest worth, are the con
a (derations for the voters In judge Martin's can
dldacy for Chief justice."
Tha rmim of candidates (or this offr)i trti
appear on a separate ballot without party designation.
Let Us Figure on Your Job Printing
The Margin of Safety
Is representor! by the amount of
insurance you carry.
Don't lull yourself Into 11 fancied
Because fire has never touched you
itdoesn'tfollow tlmt you're iiuinutie
Tomorrow -no today, If yon have
time and you better find tirno
oomc to the ollloe Htid we'll write
n policy on your houso, furniture,
store or merchandise,
LATER MAY HE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
Error Regarding Indigestion.
Now, It la a popular error tn imp.
pose that Indigestion Is merely eo
affection of too stomach. There Is
oot a single organ., a single tissue,
or a i nerve which In not affected to
some considerable degree.
Andrew M. Morrissey
"The political partlei have made no
nominations for Chief Justice. .The
Chief Justice Is not elected aa a party
candidate, but his name will be found
with other Judicial Candidates, and
school officer on a separate ballot.
"We favor the re-election of Chief
Justice Morrissey because we believe
In the law designed to .take the
courts out of politics and to elect
Judaea because of their qualifications.
"six years ago when he became
Chief Justice the court was about
three years behind. Today the court
la as nearly up with Ita work aa It la
practicable for a supreme court to be.
Credit for this Is not wholly due to
the Chief Justice, but other members
of the court who have contributed to
this result qlve full credit to Chief
Justice Morrissey for his share In Its
"He has executive ability that nets
results. He enjoys the friendship and
co. operation of his associates. He has
the respect and confidence of the
lawyers who have business In the
Supreme Court. He has helped to
clear away many technicalities of the
law. Law-breakers have been brought
to Justice and honest men enjoy the
protection of the courts.
"If you are In doubt about how to
vote on Chief Justice, ask your Die.
trtct Judge." Lincoln Tribune.
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PHONES Office 76-M
IND. Residence 190-Y
Office 2 Blocks North ol Fireman's Hall
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Will Wire Your Houso And
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To The Voters of the 10th Judicial District:
As my court work will prevent me from making
a personal campaign I take this means of informing
you of my desire for a second term as one of the Dis
trict Judges of this District.
I have served as a Judge for one year now and
have showed what kind of a Judge I am, My elec
tion to a second term will be no experiment. You
know what kind of a Judge you will get. I believe
my work entitles me to a second term. In addition
to this I am the only candidate from the west end of
I take great pride in being in a position to help
enforce the laws that my father. C. J. Dilworth, by
four years hard work as district attorney, in a dis
trict that extended from the Missouri river to the
Colorado state line, helped to establish and maintain
I have lived in Nebraska since 1870 and I have
the utmost pleasure in the fact that those who have
known me longest and best arc, without a single ex
ception, for me in this contest. Also, that my home
people endorsed me strong in the primaries, Phelps
county giving me a majority, and that too, after an
active, canvas by my competitors and none by my
self. I have but one ambition, and that is to be
elected as one of the Judges of this district, and so
wind up my active life, and to conduct such office
that I, my friends and my children can have pride
in my official career.
I desire this office as an endorsement and will
appreciate your vote at the coming election. A
straight party vote will not count in electing the ju
diciary. You should mark on the ballot prepared for
judiciary candidates, your selection. You will find
my name there.
WILLIAM A. DILWORTH,
To The Voters of Webster County;
I urn a otmllilnte for Comity Judge on tho NonIrt!-au Judiciary
Ticket. I Imve always been atllliatort with tho Republican pnrty. My
opponent, Mr lUunoy, has always been u Democrat. Judge Runncy
has always voted Cor, contributed to and fouuht for Democratic cunt..
dates. Ho has nerved thirteen yuars iib an ntllclal for Webster county.
Two terms us County Attorney, and four term1 and nn extra year as
County Judge, la aumly all that even a Democrat Is entitled to In a Re
I graduated from tho Nebraska University, College of Luw in 1M.1.
Pave inicileed law In all Its brunches, including Probate Mutters, for
nine years and am thoroughly qualified an.l competent to fill this oillce
As a .candidate for County Judge I will appreciate your support. I
solicit your vote,
B W. STEWART.
JOhH IVIa IViStZGfri Candidate to Succeed Himself
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tho names of candidates for this oillce
will appear on a separate ballot without
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To tha Voters of Na.wka:
I know you arc Interested In the
schools, the ripest flower of civiliza
tion and the greatest cooperative en
terprise of our democracy and for
I was appointed State Superintend
ent last January to fill a vacancy, and
wish to refer you to my record during
the ten months I have served. 1 bc-i
lieve my experience, training, and
knowledge of the work of the office,
enable me to render the schools of the
state a valuable service. Therefore, I
should like to be elected that I might
have this opportunity.
I have resided In the state 36 years,
nave naa in years experience as teach
er, principal and superintendent, and was superintendent of the Dodge county
schools 14 years. 1 hold a college degree, a Nebraska professional life certificate
and a city superintendent's professional life certificate.
It shall be my earnest endeavor to conduct the affairs ol the office tn an effic
ient, economical, businesslike manner; to serve all school Interests with Justice
and fairness; and promote an upward tad forward looking program ol education.
YOUR SUPPORT WILL. BR APPRECIATED V
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