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VOLUME XX XX.
$ BE ON THE
It is true that you arc not likely to lose your
savings i! deposited in any good bankbut you
are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN- NOT to lose them
when you deposit where you have the additional
protection of the State Guaranty Law. Such
protection is offered you here.
It is. surely "good business" to deposit where
you get absolutely guaranteed protection, in pref-
Jj- erence to placing money
yi ices noimng.
JHl The State Guaranty Law is behind every dollar de-
posited in this bank, and when you open an account here,
tf you are ON THE' SAFE SIDE.
S WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
f RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
Unofficial Vote of
Wilton, Democrat...... .. . . . . . ...t8.
Rcxi&Telt f-ro.lTe r 906
Prefefcnce Vote fotVjU. S SuMor.
.... JGebrge "Wrtfprria..', . .vrfffrVrittfc
; Ashion O. Shallenberger........U42
Chester U.-Atdrieu. . . ...... .
Jnhn H. Morehead :i WO J
For Lieutenant Governor. -,
Samuel Roy McKelvie 1339
Herman Diers U36
For Secretary ot State. .
Addison Walt 1449
J. W. Kelley 139
For Auditor of Public Accounts.
William B. Howard 1348
Henry C. Richmond . 1222
For State Treasurer.
Walter A. George 1399
George B Halt 1321
For Superintendent of Public Inst'tion.
James E. Delzell 1489
R V. Clark "49
For Attorney General.
Grant Q. Martin 147
Andrew M. MorrUsey 1079
For Com. of Public Lands & Buildings.
Fred Beckraann ...1412
William B. Eastham...... .....1184
For Railway Commissioner.
H. O. Taylor 1280
Clarence E. Harman 1346
For Congressman Fifth District.
Silas R Barton JJ
Roderlck-JD. Sutherland 1295
Waechter's Annual Sale of
Poland China Swine
Witt Be Held in Riverton, Neb. I
Saturday Nov, 9, 1912
36 head will be sold, . consisting
of 14 Boars and 22 Gilts
From such sires as Referendum 66623, the great prize win
ner for two-seasons; J. C. Metal 61653 by Gold Metal, Dam
Midnight Belle 127713 by O. K. Price; Woodlino Chief"
619i)l by Black Wonder 61154, andut of sows of the best
Write us for catalogue and plan to be with us sale day
A. N. Waechter & Son
Route No. 2 . Riverton, Neb.
in a bank that guaran-
For State Senator, 20th District.
G. W. Ilummol 1348
William L. Weesner 1315
For Representative 40th District.
A. F.Hartwell 1878
Q,$f. Llndsey 1216
L7Jm Opunty Attorney.
Fred,Maurrt... ' . ,,1606
, T v- i ww -r
FoV,COaU Commissioner, 2nd Dlst.
.L F. Schmidt.. .. ...... ,..... .....1124
' .' x .-. .'
w . u nomunn .'. ....;.
For County Assessor.
CufFs FHiler '.'....'. .
co.i'tiii; iii-J.:. (':
is. h. uaruer :.... ...sfo
J. H.Bailey .'..... 159
Court House Propoiltlbti: '
For the court noude... .... .....1094
Airalnst the court house.. ...1607
For County Assessor ....630
Against County Assessor: ; . 1187
Tuesday's election revealed great
landslide to-Wilson and the Democratic)
principles. Not since the nation was
organized has a. man received so many,
electoral votes as Wilson secured this
year. He already has three hundred
and sixty nine with the possibility ot
sixty eight more. This election was
au overwhelming rebuke to the Taft
administration and the Republican
rule. Two years ago the people voiced
their discontent with tbemanuer in
which the party in power disregarded
platform promises by electing Demo
cratic candidates to Congress This
they practically maue it ub-
4 Newspaper That flirts The Nes Firty
AED OLOUD, MKURASnA.
Freniilenl HUeet Woodrow Wilson
condrrote.l n clean wholesome eitmpaign
wLiuh mitde its appeal direct to the
hearu- of the voter. Ills great en
dorsement sbowH tliat the people be
lieve In him. We can expect, some real
oonstradtlre legislation from the Demo
cratic party -anil we nreunqiie(,louubiy
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In the Nebraska atute elMtlon the
good old commonwealth again, bwuug
back into the Ueiuoctutic. fold. The
voters preftniug to hiUe their cliHUues
with men who Know whnt they think
and are not afraid to express their
convictions rather than to again ex
periment with htraddleis. 'At this
s y- m i' BamBPyt7(t'' yjjS tffp tf-'ir is T xu3sBHHHmmmeBml fs f
- tm Week Each Year For $1.50
NOVEMBER 7, MM 2.
time it looks lllce Hie eleetion of nil
the Democratic stale .candidates except
Bballetiberger. - ,.
Webster county Is repnbllcnn and
progressive by an a Venn majority of
oue hundred. All the repuulWu
cindldates carried the county except
the head of the ticket and Stewart,
against Harmon ) Wilson carried the
c luuty by two hundred seventy nine
over Roosevelt. Taft was a bad third.'
. " "
I his Is a great victory and the.Demo-
oratlc pxrty lt mindful of the responsl
bllity placed upon It. There la no
question about the change being bene
ficial. The battle is over and it now
Thomas R. Narahall
liolionvcs every piit.riotiu I'ltli'ii to put
liis sliouliioi- In tho wheel and ussNt in
umldiiK our oountry blugor unci bi'lter.
Revival Increases in Interest
Tliu iitti'iiiliinoi' at the M. It. revival
has inuteiised until they lax tltti en
purity of the elnneli and .Sunday
uriuy were United away. CouvuroiouH
aio now iiouiinliiK nlglitly and much
hope, is fdt that this will lie one of
Iho tie$.t iiiuHtingH in Its lesiilt.s (hat
tliis coii(,'iej,'al Ion tins ever Iniil. '1'lie
singing or I'rof. Kolllns anil wife Ik hi
Ureat fact or in the success of the meet '
inir, iouI the forceful, logical prcacli
luir of Itev. Yoiiiik are eoiniii(f close
home to many in a way that uhum)B
them to think as never before.
Weather St-MMirv fer f cteker
Temperature: Maximum Hi dc(r. on
4tli and 5th; Mluimum I7dpg on 32nd;
Urcatest dully range CO deg. on satli.
Prnnliiltntlnii. TWiil fi mn.ifli II 71
Inches, irrcatent In 34 hours 0.20 inch
on 10th, number of days with .01 iuch
or more 0. Hnowfall M inch on 81st
Days clear 23, partly cloudy 8, cloudy
0. Thunderstorms on 8th and 10th.
Prevailing wind direction N W 10 days.
Chah. 8. Ludlow.
Ckrltttaa Cfcwrch Awi-ciaiim
Bible school, commumonUnd preach
lug every IiordVi day morning f 10
V.I,.L. ' - '
Mornlna snbiect. ''David In the
Court of 'Haul i'ri llie triuinph of Conr-
'tevening" service, 'at 7:30.' SnbJeOt,
"Bevelatlon and. FuiUlJaaant." Bapt
ism at close of i-ervjcp. .
Prayer inccliiig every Wednesday
eveniuff at7:30. Chol;pettpgiday
evening at 7:3' . k 1 a'reinvlte4 iorJ at'
tend, . O.F. Rosi,"l4lriistiBr.
aftratlttl Omtk NeHnt.
Morning preaching service at 11.
. Sundy School at 10. Evening service
at 7:30 Mld.Week meeting on Wed
nesday evening a7:30. Ladles Miss
ionary society meets the First Tue
day of every taontn at a o'clock p, m
The ladles aid meets, the Thursday be
fore the last Saturday of every mouth.
A pure, healthful, Cream of
Tartar Baking Powder
When buying an article of food you
entitled to know exactly what you are buying
its quality and ingredients.
If this information i3 refused don't buy it.
Some of the low grade baking powders are
advertised, but the ingredients of the powders
are scrupulously concealed.
A housekeeper would not use a baking pow
der containing alum if she knew it
It is well when buying to examine
the label on the can. Unless it shows the
ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it
Dr. Price's baking powder is abto
lutely free from' alum.
A New Stock of
E; H. Ncwhouse
Jwal0r mm OptmmmUltf
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
The Brotberheei meats every other
Tuusilay at 8-., The" Youeg VVeea
e i's society m'eetatlte -First Tliursday
nftei noun of noli nlo'tilli at 8 p. a.
The Sacrament of tho Lonl'a Supper'
.la observed the First Sunday in Janu
ary, April, July and October. Pre
paritory lecture and Quarterly baeV
nese meeting Of the rhureb is held on
the Wednesday immediately proceed
ing the First Sunday in January,
April, July and October. Choir, prac
tice Friday evening. ?
John J. Bayne pastor.
Tkt Chtef 91 M NT ytar.
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