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A Nraper That fllves The News FITtytwo Weeks Each Year For $1,50.
VOLUME XXXX.
UED OLOUD, JPJfillRASKA. XOVNMJJ12K M, UHSJ.
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It is true that vou are not likelv to lose ven? '
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savings if deposited in any good bank but you j:
are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN NOT to lose them
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f when you deposit where you have the additional j$
lj protection ot the State Guaranty Law. Such
ti protection is offered you here.
w It is surely "good business" to deposit whore
Jjj you get absolutely guaranteed protection, in pref-
yj erence to placing money in a bank that guaran-
d) tees nothing.
iil The State Guaranty Law is behind every dollar do
UJ posited in this bank, and when you open an account here,
M you are ON THE SAFE SIDE.
t WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
On Monday evening 11 Iteil Cloud
V M 1 A., wits organized. At least,
mi Institution with Mich it limit was
(untight into being. The pi uiiinKM o
the new org.iui.itioii is Prof. .Mnrll..
Duilng the lat few dais he has been
li ' soliciting Milisuriptions from tho busi
ness men (ii inu commuuiiy lor me
purpose, modestly expressed, (if rent
i tiT fur tt ttTiii of years suitable rooms
and furnishing them with cqulpmeut.
lie liif tulsed MitiiL'tliin ovit siv linn
deed Molliu.s without luiviiiy o.liiuisted
the povdlrilitios This i, tliou'hl to
I liu Millluii'tit to arrant! torn itiiital of
twii vciii-M r more of ronms adapted
for tlu purposo mid furiif liln'? ttii'iu
with uliouor liatlia, itMilinir and vti
with tin least pos-lhlo ItilorforiMiL'oof
niitsiilors, and tlu loast piiH-ililc Imi
tation of tlu conduct of otit-ddiHiitfun-gallons.
It is one of tlia misfm Inni's
of the ordinary small town that Its
imiii-is me lot in npliiK inaniicis.
Look At Nebraska's Swine
Hid yon know that NkIii'iihUii leads
tin' world in the imhiiIkt and vultus of
hrr swine nci'oidlii to tin? mimliur of
poiiplo imiciiclmI In farmtin,'? Tliioivil
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1..MI uinir iioiiu'h ami ini.'iou- cis. Htiiloimtniilv has tin- Krontu-l Iiok
where. Onr politics at e not Red Cloud ,P,.t In ihu UiiIimI Mates, but it
(lit le, save in the- matter of taxes ,,,, ,((10ps lhl mi., l)nsV. lAhUm
. i.einiri'hesaiei.otUedClmidohiiteh. ,,, ,lu htoPV f xL.i.llsKllv 8wjnlJ (,,
( i save in tile matter of lioiitrUmtioiis.
OnrClio chilis, imr Snniliy Schools,
, .! fraternal ()if,'ani.atioiis,ever,vlhiiijj
we liavo, ourhliiiply liranolies of nation
al oivaiiiKiitions, and there, is little op.
IKirinnlty lor liomu ideas or homu
initiative.
Tlie Chief hid ieves' that, this oily has
hiatus eiionjrli, education enough,
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pnoues)lm enonn, 10 voiuiuci its ;s.tMskH. Tlmf.s soma Iiol, but there
ivIlBloiis'.smoreof it: v
Nehrifkii has twice us triaiiy swlno
wot tli more llian twice as much money,
tahloid form
Nebraska had on .lantiaiv 1, ItU'.',
nearly twice as many swine on Iter
farms as her hlster statu of Kansas,
which has 18,ltVt more farms than .W
lirasua, rsuliraHloi has four-llltli.s as
many swine as the tine states of Kan
sas, Minnesota ami South Dakota,
which have iiSX.rt 1 1 unite furiif than
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
own social, moiai ami even
lure rooms and uymuusiuin. It is, 'iair "wniiuiu, whuiiuj lor tin, eon
tliouirlitthut atinual'member-diii) fees wnMif nny other nation". It is he
...in .., ....d. ,i.... I .,,..1 .,.,..,.,.,. i colic of thn fact that wo have no dis. I . , ,,.. .,i.,,... (.,.. ..... ..'....... ..!:.
'.' ' I uvei-M.er. imil. nm-liniiH mid smnethliiL' ' ' lnctively Id Cloud organization Hint .,10. Montana. Wi-niulm?. Vmv Mnvlon.
J) to the permanent funds of t ho society. i ,lll! "Oinmunity hits become the victim Arizona, Utah, Xevada, VashluKtou,
&H5'"$ '53"'5 SfSSS' ' "i-i-Muse the association can not own lo M)," ::tent of a few in each society, Oregon mid California. For everv per-
' its buildings, it may not lie entitled to "" " '"-ij, rmai emu en, wno sou otilier rarms, ebrusku can count
ijtho benefits of a braucli of thostate or-1 m:l,l,,e tnuM! IHstitutioiiH with but1 fVu Iiokh; the eleven fur western status
Divide Honors at Franklin
Last Friday our Hiijh
ball team and the girls basket ball '
team went to Franklin and played the
Academy teams. A larjre number of
the student n went up on No. 11 and
eight automobile' loads of our oltizet.s
went up to witness (he games.
The basket ball game was played
i llrst and was a well matched Vane
from start to finish. The lteil Cloud
school foot' k1'1'' wo" ,I,e tfrt"' 1.V a score of!) to 7.
The Toot bull game came off last and
was a liatd fought game from start lo
finish. Our boys put up a good game
but were defeated hf a score of 9 to 0.
g.mlz.itiou. This, while In some r0. ' ttuie regard to tite actual wants anil
snecls u dlsadvautairc. imiv move to be t wIs,,us of tllt! People.
IMitor Hale is in lied Oak, Iowa on
business this week. ,
an advantage in other directions. In
faet, it should lie better that the in
stitution he a purely Ited Cloud iifl'air,
managed by the brains and the public
spliit of the people of Ked Cloud.
The. Chief b-dleves in Mourn Utile.
Home Uulo, not only as applied to
national politics, but homo rule us ap
plied to oilr social and municipal life,
Official Abstract of Votes Cast in Webster County, T iv m!kt 5th. 1912.
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CANDIDATES
For Presidential Electors
Republican
Democrat, People's Ind
Socialist
Proliibliiou
Progressive
For United States Senator
Geo. W. Norris, rep, prog
A. C. Shalleuherger, dein, p i.
For Governor
Chester H. Aldrich, rep, prog.
J. II. Moreheiul. dent, pi
For Lieutenant Governor
S. K. McKelvie, rep, ptog
ilerinau Dieir, dem, pi
For Secretary ot htate
Addison Wait, ren, nu..
,T. V. Kclley, dem, pi
For state Aititttor
V. Ii. Howard, ren, prog.
II. C. Richmond, dem, pi
For btate Treasiuer
W. A. Geoigc, icp, prog
U. Ii Hull, item, pi
ForSupt. l'nblic Instruction
J. Ij. Dolzell, icp, piog
U. V. Clark, dem, pi
For Attortioy-Geuoral
G. G. JMat tin, rep, prog
A. H. Moriiey, dem, pi......
For Coiiim. Lauds and Uuilliugi
Fred Ucckmau, rep, ptog,
W 15 liastliaui, dem, p i
For Railway Cummi-doncr
II (t, Taylor, rep, piog
C. E. Iiarmau, dem, pi
For Congressman, 5th Distiiet
S R. lint ton, rep, prog
R. D. .Sutherland, deiii.o i
For State Senator, 20tli Distiiet
(i. V. Hunimul, nip, prog ..
L. Weesner, dein, p i
V. J, Lippincott, sou
For Representative, Kith Dlst,
A F Hartwell, rep, piog...
(J. W. Litidsoy, dem, pi
a, w. toe, sou....,
For County Attorney
Ii. W. Stewart, lep, prog
Fred Mutirer, dent, pi
For Co. Commissioner, M Dist.
L F. Schmidt, iep, prog
W. G IIoiTiiian, dein, j i
For County AsHer-sor
,T. O IJutler, rep, prog
Chris Fas-ler, dem, p I
Agniust election of co. acHessor..
For ulection of county iisde.s&or
For Court IIohuh Tax
Against Com t House Tax
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The now organization is to lie man
aged hy an executive committee con
Hlsting of seven members. Four of
these were chosen Monday night and
given power to elect their associates.
Tie four chosen weio C. .1. 1'latt. Prof.
Morltz, Frank Cowdeti, L. II. lllack-
J ledge. '
'aThe prime purpose Is to ari'iitige'that
the amusements and recreations of the
young people of the elty shall he pro
vt Ii Or 1 ln leiients. and not be some
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utoiiey from tlioin. The people pro
prose that tho ovcningH of the young
people shall he spent under tho direct
ion of a liberal public spirit, rather
than under the avarice and vicloiiRuest,
of entertainers who profit by the in
experience of youth. They propose
that the hours of leisure, that the
times of rest and relaxation shall he
under the watchfulness and piuvisiou
of parents and friends, rather than
under the temptations and leclcless
ness of the pecuniary caterers to their
weakness and folly.
It is proposed to conduct the associa
tion on such broad and liberal plans
that no young man or young woman
of the city who is willing to ludiave In
a seemly manner shall feel unwelcome,
that no man, whatever his religious
belief or oliurcli, shall i'eel otherwise
than at home provided that ho treats
with proper respect .the convictions or
want of convictions of others.
The Chief believes the people of Red
Cloud have long desired to get togeth
or in some mode, for tho betterment
of conditions in tltis city, to become
benefited in some organization that
will promote higher ideals among all
the people, greater cleanliness in liv
ing and habit, and Increased civic
pride, beatily, and happiness. Tho
now organization promises to satisfy
the purpose.
The Chief desires to express its ap
preciation, and tho appreciation of all
tho pat.rinllocUii-.ajis of the community
to Prof Morltz, for his activity lit tltis
matter.
have only four hogs for every six per
sons on their farms.. The value of Ni
bruska swine per farm Is 2HD. The
value of the swine In the eleven far
western states Is US per faun. And
still people occasionally leave Nebras
ka for tho far west, tempted by the
spiel of the land boomer.
Nebraska sells about forty million
dollais worth of pork every year. Ore
gon buys eleven million dollars worth
every year. There's u dlirerence. Re
member tt.
Nebraska liiiMilrnust. tttlrft as many
' d' m.t'l.i Sin. in yirti
more swine than the entire United
Kingdom of England, Scotland, Ire-
laud, Wales, the Channel Islands and
the lule of Man. In proportion to
population, Nebiaska has thirty times
as many hogs as ilicnt. Britain.
Nebraska can raise hogs cheaper
and mature them quicker than any
part of tho united States, taking the
state as a whole, Her wonderful crops
of corn and alfalfa solve the problem
of economical feeding and her great
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A New Stock of
Mantel and
Parlor Clocks. .
E. H. Newhouse
Jewmlir and Optomtrtt
C. B. 6t Q. Watch Inspector
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Vj I have decidod to movo to California
and will offer my ptopcrty at public
V auel
' miles south, fi 1-2 miles east of Red
' Cloud, 2 1-U south, o 1-2 miles west of
Public Sale
niatket at Oiniihs, the third largest in
the United States, enables lieipiodoo
em to got the maximum of profit. '
This Is another reason win NodrHska
IS "II 1 t ,, 1 1 " ')
SHU poises cannot, he 111,1 4t from a
sow's eniM, but Nebraska farmers are
turning whole hogs Into substantial
hank accounts and good homes.
Lowell Robliins left for Grand Is
land after visiting relative in town.
.1 rooms for rent. Inquire of Mrs.
Cora Fltnoy, Iuavale, Nobr.
The Chief $1.50 per year.
For making quickly and per
fectly, delicious hot biscuits,'
hot breads, cake and pastry
there is no substitute for
Dr.PRICE'S
OREM
mmu pshoeh
MM FROM GRAPES
Fifty Years tho Standard
Kent Cslfttclrnns'icrs.
Koal Kstate Transfers for week end
ing Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1012.
Compiled by M. V. Carter, llond
ed Abstractois.
auction on the old Knbblns farm II 1-2 , OIimi-Ips lltilley and wife to John
Wilson, wcl, lots 10 to 21, Ulk.
(1, OaruerH Add to Ited Cloud.,
.(luide Hock, 1 1-15 north, 2 1.2 west of
North llranoh, on litesdny, November
1P0O
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I 11). Tho sale will commence) at 10
o'clock.
, There will be offered to the bidders
II heart of horses, 1(5 head of cattle, 2(1
l head of hogs, 13 shoals, farm macliln-
eiy, etc. J
Lunch will bo sorvod tit noon by tho!
.1. I'. Johnson and wife to Ifdd
Kiidrnn, wd, Jot 10, Ulk. 17,
See 18-1-11 1)00
Kdwlil T. Foo to V. A. flood, wil,
lots 13 to 19, 111k, , Foe ,t Mo
llrldo Add to Cowles 250
F. A. Hood tu A. J, Horon, wd,
lots 5-5, vj.f of lot .'1, Ulk. 10,
Cowles
Ladles Aid Society. I Addison F. (lartwoll and wITo to
Terms; All sums of S10 and under, ' Donald II. llmtwell, wd, pt
:& cash. OnalloverSH), ten moiilhs tlino1 iois io u, ma, iv, wir. ju,
'wlll be given at 10 per cent Interest Iimvalo
purchaser giving note with approved J. II. Richards and uifo to Char
1 security. L. OAItTLH, Owner ' les '. Mo ', vd, v P'ft , lot
8, all lotl), lllk. 2, 1st addition'
to Hindoo 1800
llarbara Mawd and husband to
Charles l)ti-ck, qcd, swj 27 I
11 (400
Mary yobek and hushatid to
Charles Utisek, qcd, swjf 2i-l-
11, , 400
Mary Dtisok to Charles Dnsek,
qcd, swjfoT-l-tl
Anna .I tele and husband to Char
les Dusek, qcd, tAVj 27-Ml...
Philip II IJock and wife to Philip
C. Zitiiuicrmuu, wd, lots 0, 10,
IJIk. I, (.IriiMds Kiib-Dlv. Iioh-
rer's ,dd to lllue Hill
Mortgages tiled, SI,8Q0.00.
Mortgages released, 813,000.00,
200
100
500
.The W. O. T. U., will moet with Mrs,
L. P. Albright next Tuesday afternoon,
Nov. 10th, Mis Leech will rvo Kft
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