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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1920)
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Sure! We're Not Deceived
We are going to vote for the following persons
Edith L. McKelfthaB for Clerk? District
Editu-L. McKelghnn, candidate for
Clerk of the District Court, has during
her incumbency of oiDc
the duties in an efficient
given courteous and che
to those having business
the clerk's office and the
been well and neatly kept
To-day the keynote Is
Miss McKelghnn is capable, has exe.
cutive ability and isqualJSett by the
training she has had. to fill the office
to the satisfaction of the public.
Alfred NcCall for State Senator
"Alfred McCall,our nomlfeefor State
' Senator needs no introduction to the
people of Webster county. Hjohas liv
ed among us' for over forty wr
He knows tha'necdsof thwart .of
Nebraska. He is a practical farmer
and knows alt about the fqsMr's pro
blems.. v &Fi
Mr. McCall is not a politician but a
good clean man and we should elect
him. ,v- . ' Upc ,
'' Vote for McCall and you will bo vot
'l ing for the right man. .not
N. V. Anderson for Rewesema'tWe
Vic Anderson is a real farmer. lie
has worked and got his start' In this
He knows what is needed jjWebster
county. He has beeu a democrat some
tlmejand will not desert the enhfee.
Send Anderson to the legislature
and you'wlll senda man thity will re
present you without fear onfhvor.
Mr. Anderson Is too busy to make an
active cauvus but be sure and put the
X after his name.
Webfter County Democratic Central Committee
H.B W W
AS TOLD TO
Buy Bread at Powell andPopes.
Eat and drink
at. Powell it Pope's
W. B. Smith was. In Bladen Satur-
N. P. Campbell pent Tuesday in
Superiqr. .. '
Mrs. D. G. Brittxm spent Friday in
James Peterson Spent Friday in
Guide Rock. "
Vot for L. H. Blackledgeioj DIs-
inci duagc,. , -...
Mrs Elizabeth Foe spent Saturday
1 S? w?,m ''.. J
., . """""" op...SLUa."uf
in Guide Rock.
Attoincy B. W. Stcwatt was in Blue
Hill Saturday. '
J. A. Bradfoid returned home Sun
day from McCook.
N V. Anderson of Cowlcs was in
the city Saturday.
Judge -A. D. Ranney spent Wed
nesday in Blue Hill.
Judge Ranncy was on theick list
the last of 'the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Finch spent
Thursday in Hastings. -
Mr. and Mrs. Dwyer Hoxsdy spent
Wednesday in Hastings. , 4.
Sheridan Pharcs was up f ljom Guide
Rock Thursday afternoon.
Conductor W. A. Casscll spent Sun
day with his wife at Denver.
Lester Yost of McCook flpdnt the
first of tho week in the clty.-f'
William Hanson of Douglas, Wyo.,
is visiting his grandparents ,
Vcm Dickenson waB in BftjilCYi
'Kansas the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lain of Omaha
ar visiting relatives in the city. Miss Minnie Christian, who is
Fred Temple of Kansas City wa3 teaching in tho public schools at
in the city the last of tho te Scottsbluff, arrived homo Sunday
Mrs. Laird Potior went g Slardy ' mornbiB being called hero by the ill
Tuesday morning to visit hcpSrents .; ne of her father, J. L. Christian.
,, , . . , , Mr. and Mrs. George Smolser went
There will be a special cojunion tQ Hast. Tucsd morni ghe
se, vice next Sunday in commemora- returncd home , the evcnl h0 ,l0
tion of tliose who have gone pn.bef ore, wn ,n th fflr Q ,fl of
during the 18 years of RJ. M.weekg and medcol tlcatment
Bates'-rninistry in Grace chwflfcMon-J M,Bg ,M ct AdamSf who ,m3
UUV S X1.II 3UUlbD UU V UliU tlllO rtUl VlUw
will recall to our notice by VJiame,
those whom.wq have lost. The lifcftnon
" will bo commemorative also?&
J. M. BATES.
Here They Come!
"Riders of The Dfawn"
ZANE GREY'S ?
(Monster 8-Reel Mastefyiiece
- Fri. and Sat, Oct, STril 30
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Henry Wrlftht for Commissioner
Mr. Wright needs no Introduction to
most of the people of the county. He
is a merchant and farmer of Hosemont.
His neighbors call him "Honest
Henry". This Is tho sort of man that
the county needs in this otUce.
Ho has never held county office and
should be elected by a large majority.
He will give consideration to all
parts of the county. Vote for Henry.
For County Assessor
Seth Greene from liladen is tho
Democratic nominee for county assess
or. Mr. Greene has been local assessor
from liladen and knows the values of
property In the county. He Is tho
right man to elect county assessor.
His experience will be to tho tax pay
Janes Hubatka for.Coaalssloncr
James Hubatka is a candidate for
re-election Ills record in an opeu
book. He. is for economy. He is a
large and prosperous farmer, Just the
man for the place.
This office has J always sought him.
The voters know that a man of the
sort as Hubatka is the right man in the
right place It would be a mistake Mr.
Voter not to re-elect Mr. Hubatka.
He is the. wutch dog of bur public
funds. Three of the commissioners
now in office are Republicans, dont
you think that it ia'a good idea to have
some democrats on the board? There
fore vote for Hubatka, Wright and
Z Chasi E. Curacy for; Commissioner
Charles E. Gurney is our candidate
for commissioner from the 4th district.
Ho is an old settler of the county
and a good citizen and business man.
Mr. Gurney entered tho race because
his friends urged him to do so Elect
Gurney and you will do much to pro.
tect your own Interests.
for One for District
L. H. BLACKLEDGE
Oliver Powell was called to Atkin
son, Nebr. Sunday by the illness of a
Mrs. Ed Kpiirn.'WOTlf tn Hlll'dri, Pr.L-
Fridayjraorning to visit her son, Roy
urjo wjie. i
Defjbey Bros., and A. B. Crabill
each shipped a car of hogs to KanBas
City ) Sunday.
" JjJwHenry Hansen went to Omaha
Moftday morning where she will spend
nUB. Bush attended a meeting of
Burlington officials and agents at Mc-
tJook last Friday.
W, L. Weesncr, Dave Bell and
ln0A,Ai'r ,,. .- v ," j
v nast of th(? cek.
Mis Thelma Stewart of Wymora
arrived in the city Friday evening to
visit Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hines
Harry Thompson returned tp Red
Cloud' Thursday ifter spehdlng a few
days, with relatives at Benkelman.
Mrs.'Wm. Zackery and her mother-in-law,
Mrs. Zackery, went to Fort
Morgan, Colorado, Saturday to visit
Mrs. John Eirclt left Satuiday
morning for her home at Brush, Colo
rado, after spending a week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fearn.
Friday evening, Paul Wcesner, son
of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Weesnor, had
the misfortune to break his right aim
while wrestling with a playmate.
R. R. Stewart of Wymoie spent
Tuesday in Red Cloud attending to
business matters and visiting his
biother-in-lnw, W. L. Hincs, and
"For Sale: Pcteis' Eaily His
tory of Webster County in book foim,
2&c per 'single copy. Special price in
quantities. Stamps accepted. Write
Signal, Guide Rock, Nebraska."
been workipg at the Hatfield restaur
ant forniha fcist few months, loft
Sunday nlprnlng for Rogers, Ar
kansas where .ho will visit her par
ents. The New Burlington time card
which takes effect Sunday morning,
October 31st. while not chancinc? .the
. time of any trains running into Red
Cloud has some changes which may
interest local people. No. 1 instead of
.leaving Hastings at tl:45a. m,' con
necting wiih train 4 out of here, will
j leave Hastings at 11:23 a. m. making
I it impossible to make toyna west of
i Hastings on this train when leaving
Hastings at 2:17 n. m. itstiad of 1:50
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Red Cloud on train 4. No. 6 will
FOR SALE-Rnj,1hwtir'n! o'lHr
hottia hold foods. PI. K. qaigiay
Rev Coou of Grand Island will
preach at the Baptist church Sunday
both morning and evoninir. .
If you mint goud male pigs of the
1'aMitttuW breed, oonip or send your
order at once. Mllut Hllss, Inavalo,
A. D. Ranncy has held County Of
fice THIRTEEN YEARS. Four
years as County Attorney and Nine
years as Cpimty Judge. If re
elected, it will' make him Seventeen
Years in County Office. Ho has
drawn $20,000.00 in Balarics from tho
County. Let's have a change Vote
for B. W. Stewart. Adv.
Of the many Damns appear lug ou the
ballot of this years election, particular
attention is culled .to, ttiut of James
Hubatka, Democratic candidate tor
Commissioner of the 'Jud district
During the time Mr. Hubatka has been
iu office he has given en tiro satisfaction
and carried out the duties of his office
in a manner t-atlbfuctory to all tax pay
ers, regardless of their political views.
It will also be noted that at the pri
maries no caudldate tiled agaiust Mr.
Hubatka, and a count of the ballots
showed that his opponent, Mr. Stump,
enhorst, secured the nomination on
the Republican ticket by having his
name written In on a few ballots. It
Is rumored that this said opponent
leans quite btrongly towurds the Non
partisan League. Republican, and
Democrats, alike, will make no mlstako
by marking their ballot for Mr llubirt-
John Craft passed away at his
home in tho Second Ward, on Tues
day morning, after an illness of sev
eral months duration.
Mr. Craft was born in Indiana and
had lived his four score years, having
passed his eightieth milestone, some
time before his death. Ho has been
a resident of this city for some ten
years, coming here from Idaho. Tho
gentleman has been a devout member
of the Methodist Episcopal church for
the past fifty eight years, and its
teachings were truly reflected in his
every day life. His wife proceeded
him to the great beyond five tyears
Four daughters, Mcsdamcs E. A.
King, I. T. Amack, Ida Springer and
Miss Annus Craft all of this city, are
left to mourn his demise, bcsidjs,a
number of grandchildren to whonrthe
sympathy of tho community is ex
Funeral services were conducted
this morning from his late home,' Rcvf
H. W. Cope in charge and'inte:
was ma'do in the city cerpctpry
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CHARLES" E. GURNEY
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE . FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4th
My father Charles N. Gumey,' is
one of the early settlers coming1 to
Webster county in 1871. I was born
on the original homestead, 2 miles
north of Red Cloud in 1882 where I
havo resided ever since. I atten'ded
tho Red Cloud public schools and 'am
a graduate of tho School of Agricul
ture, University of Nebraska. I am
an actual soil farmer, a member, of
the Farmers' Union, and I believe I
have made at least a reasonable suc
cess of my chosen work. J
If I should be elected I will give to
tho office my careful and thoughtful
attention. My MOTTO will be a
business administration of the office
of COUNTY COMMISSIONER with
out fear or favor. I will endeavor to
see that every dollar of the COUN
TY'S money is expended in strict ac
cordance to law and also that , it
brings to tho tnxpayers of Webster
county a FULL DOLLARS worth in
value received for4cvc'ry dollar ex
pended. I will appreciate your sup
port. CHAS. E. GURNEY
Notice Is hereby given, that undor and, by
vlrtuoofnn Ordor ot Bale twued troru the
oltlcoot Kdlth L. McKrlghnn O'crk ol tho
District Court ot tho Tonth Judicial DUtrlct
within and (or Webster county, Nebraika,
upon a decne in an fiction pending, therein,
wherein John K. Wakcllcd Company Is I'laln
tltr, ond against Tho Bpsso Auditorium .Asso
ciation, et al Defendants, I shall oiler for sal o
at publlo vendue, according to tho terms ol
said decree, to the highest bidder tor cash In
hund, at tho south door ot tho Court houoo. at
Hed Clnud, In snld Webster county, Nebraa
kn, (that being tho budding wherein tho last
terra ot said court wbb holden) on tho '.Nth
day of Novombor At I. )!0 at 2 o'clock P.
M., of sold day, the following described prop,
Lots one (1 J, two (2), three (3), twentyotn
(21), twenty two (22), twentythrco (75), and
twenty four 24), all In block 6. In tho Ortelnal
ftoWn plllod Cloud, Nebraska.
mvcij unaor my nana thU23th day o!Oco.
bor A. I). 1920.
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Exbiliratiig Burlesque Viudtvili
l?l' IME IUTIMIE EVEIV JMUHKt
Everybody, Qoeai Aak Anvbodv ,
UMTS TKI ItMEIT'alO KlUWW WEST W CIIMM
A. D. Ranncy has held County Of
fice THIRTEEN YEARS. Four
years ns'.Codnty Attorney and Nine
years ns County Judge. If re
elected, it will make him. Seventeen
Years in County Office. He has
drawn $20,000.00 in salaries fromthe
County.' 'aVhavo a chang-.V)te
for B. V. Stowort.- fA ., Artv.
A birthday surprise party was giv
en Friday evening in honor of Miss
Gem White and John Coon at tho
homo of tho latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Coon. Thoso present wore
a number of tho Red Cloud faculty,
the Juniors and several other friends.
There were about fifty in all. Light
refreshments were sorved by tho
Mcsdamcs White and Coon. At a late
hour all departed for their homos' Into
ing spent a very enjoyable evening.
Local physicians report several cas
es of typhoid fever In the city, and
while there is no oauso for alarm they
request that the matter be given pnW
llolty and thatevorvonc take Imme
diate steps to prevent further cases
Samples of water from private wells
have been analyzed and, it. la found
that It contained germs. A tost will
also be made of tho water from tho city
wells. Contagion from this sourco
may be prevented if tho water is boll
ed before using. The homes, cellars
outbuilding, etc , should be thorough
ly disinfected and cleaned. Make war
on tho fly as he is a carrier of germs.
If everyone will do their part there ia
no cause for alarm.
Bound Over to District Court
As a result of an illegal egg deal,
Lee Fredericks and Clayton Woods are
now in tho county jail awaiting tho
decision of the law. It appears that
these two young mon appropriated
eggs belonging to Jacob Peterson and
the Farmers Union of this city, and
took them across the lino Into Leban
o l, Kansas, whero they sold fe'.x of tho
c Res at tho Ryan plaoo of business
In that city. Mr. Ryan learned that a
cir of eggs consigned to u party at
Wymoro checked 22 cases short, got
busy and secured the necessary legal
papers to detain the men. Sunday
morning Sheriff HulTcr located bovon
full cases and blx empty oneshiddun
under a culvert near the Thomas place
west of Red Cloud. The pair of fgg
morchants were brought to Red Cloud
and given a preliminary heating Tin 8
day afternoon and holdover for the,
next term of court, in cusody of Sheriff
HufTer, being unable to furnish bonds-j
of tfOOO Theymalnain that they are
innocent. Nevertheless the -outlook'
for" them is not very cheerful.
vl x J. LChrifctian
'John L. Christ lati'r for' a number of J
years resldent os'Xhls 'city, answered
the final summons last Sundoy,t Oc'p
ber 24th after a brief illness. Al
though complaining occasionally ot lit,
health, Mr. Christian wbh abln to bev
about and look after his husltiehu and
no serious thought was glveu the mat
ter until a short time previous to his
demise. He leaves to mourn hit, de
parture, his wife, one son, Ployd, four
daughters, Mrs Eva Tate, Misses Hat-
tie, Minnie and Mary, one brother,
two sisters aud bcveral grand children,
nieces and nephews. The family ac
companied the remains to Tarkio, Mo.
Tuesday, where funeral services were
held and Interment made In the come
tary at that place.
POLAND CHINA BREEDERS'
27 Boars 1 Tried Sow 16 Open Gilts
Saturday, November 6, 1920
BESSE AUDITORIUM STOCK PAVILION
Red Cloud, Nebraska
This Consignment is sired, by Boars of noted Blood Lines as
follows: Clansman 2nd, Meridian Buster, Jumbo Bob Jr., Big
Bob's Choice, Sterling Silver, Private Jack, A. Orphan, Mcs King,
and others. This offering represents the pick of our herds. The
hogs are nicely grown out, not overloaded with fat. .
J. M. Steward & Son, Bed Cloud Alex BuhcIjow, Blue Hill J. H. Hamilton & Son, Guide Rock
W. E. Larnbrcchl, Inavale . Geo. Amack, Red Cloud C. D Whitaker, Red Cloud
Carl FauBdt, Guide Rock Henry R. FauBctf, Guide Rock
HOGS HAVE BEEN VACCINATED. WRITE, FOR CATALOGUE.
' HENRY R. FAUSCH, County Agent, Sale Manager,
Harry S. Dungan
Democratic Candidate for Congress
,, ,- l FAVOR: ,
1. Tho ratyftcation of the vPeacc C. TJu?.usc of every means of coun
Trcoty, including the League of "Ua- sol, conciliation and voluntarynrbitra-
on8. r . j t uon Doiorcresorting to the stiikc.
2. Adequate methods of storing and 7. Tho program put forth' by the
marketing farm products. Legislation National League of Women Voters,
which will enable tho farmer to pro-' 8. Giving tho railronds a rcason
cccd with his program of co-opera- able time to mako good; and if they
tivc marketing of his products and fail, then government ownership,
meet tho consumer half way. - ( 0. AJJuted compensation to ex-
8. The Federal Tra'do Commission's BcrvicCmcn and preference in the way
work,, in tho restraining monopolistic of credit 'and aid in becoming home
greed nri'd unfair practices. owners. ' ' '
4. Tho Federal Reserve Banking 10. Strict enforcement of the XVIII
system and tho Farm Lonn Banks. Amendment. j
,. u. iiiu riuk ut uuuui vu uikuiiju
ana Bargain couccuvciy. .-. inwn agamsi jproinccring.
1. Universal Military Training. ins now enacted, guaranteeing profits
2. Tho Esch-Cummins Railroad Bill to private owners.
Upon the Above Principles I Solicit
Your Vote November the Second
The Father ol Succeu It WORK
The Mother of Succeu U AMBITION
The Oldest Son it COMMON SENSE.
Some ol the Boys are PERSEVERANCE, HONESTY,
FORESIGHT, THOROUGHNESS, ENTHUSIASM and
The Oldest Daughter U CHARACTER
Some ol the Sitters are CHBERFULLNESS, COURTESY,
LOYALTY, CARE, ECONOMY, SINCERITY and
HARMONY h j
The Baby it OPPORTUNITY
Get acquainted with the 'old man and you will be able
to get along pretty well with the rett ol the family
One of the Greatest Aids to Succeu it a Good Bank Connection
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Flounce, Prctideot Red Cloud, Neb. S. R. Flounce, Caihitr
DtpotUi Guiirantttd by the Dtpotitort Guarauttt J-'unU oj the Mate of A'ebraUa
Let Us Figure on
TO THE VOTERS OF WEBSTER COUNTY:
It has been impossible for me to make a
very thoro canvass of the voters of the coun
ty, but as I have lied in the county for the
past forty-seven years most of you Jiave a
chance to know me either personally or by
..heresay;. I have: alwLstoMoriairr playjis
between man and man and have managed
mytfwf affaife in the same way thSgiAwould
"taana! the aflBalragSbf thejaatefa$ bjI
'would have powefto'do if el&tedoihtfoffipe
of State Representative from this County.
I came to this County in 1873 aricl have
lived here continuously since that time.
Practically every dollar that I have accumu
lated, has been made on the farm and is still
invested in farm land in Webster County.
I feel that myeducation and experience
qualify me to fill this office in a creditable
manner, and your support at the November
election will be appreciated.
REES B. THOMPSON.
RER CLOUD, NEBRASKA
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