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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER 4. 1923
NO ARC HR
O (JACK OUR
Blackledgc Chosen Judge
His IMurall.y in Dlslilct Over 2500
Tuculay was election dny and a
large number o men and women vot
ed. This year's election campaign
was a tame UlTair as the voters did
"MO NATTER what you want to buy nor what you
" want repaired, if it is in the jewelry line 'twill
pay you to come here.
In the purchase of jewelry or its repair,
4 the reliability of your dealer is of prime
This is why your interests are best
served by coming to us.
not take much interest. Owinp to un
settled conditions of this country and
the desire of the, people for a chat.e
I'm M'leulimi of Attorney Lewis H
1J iicUIimIkc us DNtnol Judge in th" rtv
co.ii Section 1 of mote than pishing
iniHiest. Not uloue thiit Wchitercouu
ty lull ltbulf entitled to till- In iior ntd
that it had out forwurii its uiindldntu
tie man eminently tilted foi the pool , 0I Paily m preswommi power it wis
tton, nor tlmi Mr BhicWledifo hltu-n.ii a foregone conclusion that there would
put his wholi. .uoryy Into the cam. uc a republican land slide for all of
'piltfii, working eitVeiively. but thiit tnat Pieties candidates. According
I apparently every voter In th- county to late teports Governor McKelvio
folt himself, or br-ili, to bu surloiiNiy I was re-elected and Congressman An-
invy ieu luiiiwn mined me tustrici uy a major-
. -w- .a, H
mammmammmm A full line of
Attention! Ansco Cameras
AmateiirS ! Films, PflPer, and Chemicals
Here is a
on the Market
We have Kodak Albums
White Pencils, Art Corners
and other supplies for the
The Gleason Studio
interested In the mutter.
Unit tli causo whs ju'-t mtiI the m
whs wo ihy ami to 6et about It to put
him 'over the top'.
Tlie 'BlaeUledne Club' did etlicleiit
worl: and lots of it and thoroughly
spretid the news of their candidate ami
why he should be elected The tine
tiling about it was, that it was entire
ly distinct from any effort of the cand
date himself, was a wholly voluntary
movemeut ou the part of interested
Citizen?, entirely nonpartisan and In
tensely human. rf
The Chief uud all tL other newapn.
pers in Red Cloud had purt in it, and,
in fnct, there was hardly a dissenting
voice in the county. This situation
made Itself felt throughout the district
of seven counties. Complete unofficial
returns are now In and show that Mr
Blacklodge hascarried every county
la the district except Adams and
Phelps, the home counties ot the op
posing candidates, and even there he
received a handsome vote. The south
BldcTrallled'to his support with enthu
slasm, and In Harlan he has a plurality
of 680, in Franklin of 807 and in Web
ster of 1540. On the north sido he
carried Kearney by '270 and Clay by
94. Ills total plurality Is 2511.
Judge Dllworth seems to be chosen
as the second man, having a plurality
over the next candidate of 734. The
two pluralities added will give the act
ual figures by which Mr. Blaokledge
With pleasure we salute tne Judge
ity of 5000. All of the republican
county candidates for office in this
county were elected. The following
is the total vote cast for each candi
date in this county:
McKelvio J 1C40
Morchead , 792
Barrows Barnes ..
Secretary of State
Auditor Public Accounts-
Com. Public 'Lands
Railway Com. (Long Term)
Browne u 1506
Harrop .. 674
Alborton ' 133
Railway Com. (Short Term)
Cook 1 1461
Mr. and Mrs.
Phone. Store Inch 1 58, Res, 93
RED CLOUD, NEB
Senator 20th District
Representative 46th District
Clerk of District Court-
Comlssionor 1st District
I he rnce or Lumber
and building material is so much less
than it has been and the prospects for it
' going much lower is so slight that we
feel justified in advising you to build now
PLATT & FREES
The Chief is the Home of Quality jJob Printing
Armistice Day Program
Next Thursday being Armistice Day
the Red Cloud American Legion Tost
has decided that this occasion shrill be
llttingly observed iu this city and, it
no doubt will be the one big patri
otic event of the season. The celebra
tion is being given with the view of
the Post of getting the ex-soldiers and
sailors of the community acquainted
with the American Legion idea.
The'differunt committees from this
organization, the ox. homo guards ut.d
several ladles of the city, are now busy
making the necessary arrangements
so that the occasion may bo u success,
The following is the program for the
A free cafeteria dinner will be given
in the Sale Pavllllon at 12 o'clOotffmd
the people of the city aud surrounding
country are especially invited to coma,
bring fried chicken, doughnuts, sand
wiches and a cup and spoon. Tho
Home Guards will serve coffee, cream,
sugar and pickles. After "chow" the
people will congregate In tho Auditor
ium where a joint program will be giv
en by tho Red Cloud schools and tho
local Post, as follow:
Song, "America" Community Chorus
Address Dr. Mitchell, Commander of
Vocal Solo Ruby ivoon.
Heading fJIeo IClng.
Vocal Solo Mt-h. I'', II. Hughes. '
Snbutijii -Co in inn n Ity Chorus.
baxaplit.no holo ituiii (inaton.
Addiess-H.-n J H. Gilliam.
Foot Hull liHiiiM lit fl p. in,
A big platform dance will lie given
in the ti.ilo I'.ivillloa' in the evening
and one of the best oiuhcstias in tho
ntutu will fnniit.li the music. Mr. At
Uius, iiiauuuer of the Auditorium, has
turned tne theatre over to tho Legion
and a good picture will be put on dur
ing the afternoon and evening, the
proceeds thereof going to the organ
ization. The ex-soldiers and sailors are in
vited to come. Wear your uniform
and yon will be admitted free to the
foot ball game, show and dance.
Mr and Mrs. Ed Amack attended County Judge -"
tho funeral of Robt Eielly which was Ranney
held at Superior Sunday afternoon. I Stewart liiJLj.,
Commissioner 2nd District-
Hubntka . : 12G3
Gurney L 918
I Chief Justice -.
j Morrissey ....
I .Martin .a . . .....
I Supremo Jndtfo
I Dor?ey .... x, 1. .... . .
District Judgn!!(0th Disrict
Stewart .. ;
Does Your Watch
Or Glasses Need Fixing ?
'Ve want to do your
WE WILL DO IT RIGHT AND AT A REASONABLE PRICE.
WHETHER IT IS A WATCH, CLOCK, JEWELRY OR EYE
GLASSES, WE HAVE THE MATERIALS AND WE KNOW
HOW TO FIX IT SO IT WILL STAY FIXED. "
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF OPTICAL GOODS, JEWELRY
AND SILVERWARE AND WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW
YOU WHAT YOU WANT.
WE TEST YOUR EYES AND FIT
YOU WITH CORRECT GLASSES
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
Red aoud Jeweler and Optometrist N.bnk
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