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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1912)
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GOOCH'S BEST FLOUR
Is the result of constant study by expert millers and is a Per
fect Family Flour, meeting all the requirements of the most
It is of the very Highest Standard and never varies in
'color, strength and texture.
fOR SALE BY
WEESNER, PERRY & CO.
led Cloud, Nebraska.
Kxolualva Oaalgna In hfanumanta la Our 9paclatty
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'We constantly have on hand a large supply
of the very best of Marble and Granite.
1 Hed Gloud,
OVEHING BROS. & GO.
Red Cross Seals
Provide Friends In Neecf
A large, rugged-looking niauslnpped
before a Hod Cross Seal booth and
looked ut tho dUplHy of heals with
mora tliHii usual luteiest.
"Aud thoso will help the folks that
are suffering with consumption?" he
asked. Ho was told tlint was the Idea
"Then," he said, reaching down in
hit pocket, "here's where I get some
soalH. My wife," ho explained, "died
the year aftor we were married. She
died of consumption. We wore so
happy' hiuI I had done everything 1
sould for her, but I didn't have much
money then, aud times were hard. I
lost, my job, too, becauoe I Hot to work
so late. You seo, I had the Loise
work to do, and that took a loi of time,
aud they docked nnd finally fired me.
couldn't blume the company, but It
was pretty hard. Might In the dead of
Winter, tool I could not get her the
things 1 would have liked to, aud
there was no one to help me. Not a
soul, for I was a stranger In a strange
oltv, and so was ray wife. She died in
the Spring," he addod, as a tear trick
led down his face. "And now I'm
going to buy some of these seals so
some other poor fellow can get help if
he needs It like I needed it." And he
Think It Over Boys
A large delegation of our citizens
went to Nelson this morning to be iu
attendance at the preliminary trial of
the boys arrested by Sheriff Jones and
taken to Nelson to answer to the
charge of "crap shooting" and possibly
other charges. The Journal don't like
to publish these notices. We refrained
from making a news item yesterday,
uot ho much in pity for the boys as
sorrow for the parents and other rela
tives, who are good citizens. There
are a certain class of boys around this,
as well as every other town, who need
some' kiud of a lesson. several boys
here have" been arrested a number of
times aud have been given 'every con
sidoratlon, by the press, by the cot'ut-,
the attorneys aud .by the people, jet
they dou't try to brace' up and make
men of themselves.
A loafer has no chance in life.
A young boy who won't work, is not
a good citizen aud is therefore taking
strong chauces of becoming a most un
Boys, It don't pay to loaf, smoke
cigarettes and run with toughs. You
will have to pay for it some day
Your parents and friends have talked
to you and plead with you to 'go iu
woik aud try to make good citizeus o
yourselves. You 'have winked at their
efforts or possibly cursed them for it.
More the shame for .you.
If you coutinue your present course
you are bound to land iu the penitent
iary. Think it over.
Don't you think you have manhood
enough to brae up, oat out your bad
habits, go to work and be respectable?
If not you are a goner.
It in up to you. Superior Journal.
There are several "crap shooters"' in
Red Cloud who could take warning by
this article and profit thereby.
Head It Off
THE ASSETS OF THE
Red Cloud Hardware
& Implement Co
Have been transferred to a Creditor's Committee for the benefit of the creditors.
Mr. F. L. STURTEVENT of the Liniger Implement Co., of Omaha, Neb., has been
selected as trustee and under his direction we wish to announce that all accounts due
The Red Cloud Hardware & Implement Company
Including that portion of them sold to Mr. W. H. Stanley, and now held for collection
by Mr. Blackledge. are PAYABLE AT ONCE
Thoio knowing themselves indepted to tho Red Cloud Hardware Cc Imple
ment Company are REQUESTED TO CALL AND SETTLE AT ONCE, eith
er by Cash or Satisfactory Note
ALSO, COMMENCING ON THIS DATE, THERE WILL BE A
Nade on all unencumbered foods now in stock at the Red Cloud Hard
ware & Implement Co'e Store and on each Saturday, beginning
Saturday, November 23
At 1:30 P M Sharp .
' There will be cqnductedan auction sale of such unencumbered ' goods now'" in. stock.
These sales-will' be' held 'each Saturday until sufficient jgrtdl) hive been disposed of ,
" t9 satistf creditors V'V V'"J;- ' '- "'
TERMS OF SALE:pSums of UO.OOjand under, cash; sums jbf over!$10.00, , bankable ;
' note will be accepted inpayment at usual rate of interest . ! ' ' " " ' r; '-,
Red Cloud Hwd. 8 Imn. Co
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Establish a Ranch on Public Land
High Prca of Cattle
Inaurma Thl to
For Many Yaara
ba a Good mualfiaaa
can now take
;it Is no! generally known, but It is a fact, that ono person
up (MO acres of Government Land In Wyoming as follow:
Fiist, file a Desert laud entry ou 100 acres whore you catch the drain,.
from 1(100 anrn. til ft ftr!..B nt ami.ll ,..,.. ....! ... . . . " "r'"age
. , ..v.nnuiEWIIUirg Miiiicienc to Irrftrnte us
much a 81 aores of the entry aud at lonst 5 acres on any 40 of the 100 Ko
this ICO you pay the Government 25 cents au aero at the time of miner nJ
1.0 an acre when proof la made ,,g nnrt
Second, file on 320 as a home,ead-no charffe for the land but entrvnmt,
utustt reside upon the homestead seven months each year for three years U
.raise a crop on 20 acres the second year and have 40 acres in crop the third year
Third, buy 100 acres from the Government at 1.25 per acre Thi. in
wast Join the homestead. 1,,u 10
There are hundreds of s'uoh locations now open to entry,
of these ranohee write me today for map and particulars
If you want one
D. Clem Deaver, Immigration Agent
1004 Farnam t, Omaha, Mahraakm
It la good to see the war that Is be
ing waged against thti tonsillectomy
craze. For some special reason many
school inspectors throughout the coun
try have been Insisting on the whole
sale removal of tonsils of school child
ion, and as a result the men who per
form the operation are greatly bene-
tilled by it, while the children are
made Innocent viuims of a inero craze.
Iu commenting upon this subject
Medical Freedom buys ttat for gen
erations the medical world has been
pruutlciilly nuunlmous iu holding that
the tonsils were one of the wise piovl
hions of uaturo to protect the resplra
orj and digestive organs; and it is
perfectly safe to say that tbey would
not have beeu placed In the human
body of uaturvnnd would uot have a
teudenoy to enlarge rather then dimin
ish In size, without having some ltn
portuut fuuetion to perform. True
there arc already strong protests be
lug made against the wholesale re
moval of the ton-ills iu the yot n(, aud
the lutonomitiou point is being rai&od,
within the Sandbedrlm or the regular,
school. Thus, for example, Dr. J. W.
Jervey, lu the otilcial organ of the
American Medical association, points
out that the much-maligned, highly
complex tonsillar tissue is found only
lu highly developed 1m iriduals. He
htates that he never found a case a-
uiouk ueirroes, or In any persous, for
that matter, who were not highly de
veloped end he argues that If these
tonsils were the evils that present-day
doctors claim, they would long since
have disappeared with their owuers
under the grouud, In accordance with
the evolutionary theory of the survival
of the fittest; and the fact that they
are found only among the most highly
developed people leads him to believe
that tliern lu a aruutlul nnrnOHn in thin
tendency. Henoe physicians should
be vary slow to remove these organs.
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A CHRISTMAS PRESENT I
Don't fail to look at Atkin's Stock of
Furniture - Carpets
Chairs - Rockers - Dressers - Etc.
He sells the Brass Beds that are strictly up-to-date and
vvill not tarnish. A bond given with each Bed.
"THAT MEANS SOMETHING"
PL. B. HTKINS
Tic Firnltire Man an Undertaker
Malet For Sale
I have 40 head of good work MulM
for sale. Prices reasonable. For
further particulars Inquire of
C. M. Suith. Red Cloud,
William Kibkfatkick, Guide Bocsi
Whan la town get
At Lowest Interest, best option, least
expense, uau (or me at Bias oasK,
Red Cloud. C F. Cathkb. .
i. Buy a Duplex Safely Razor at Cot-
flag a xor oniy as oeoie. aav
l,S0t 13.00 for good narrow Htrlpe
fa, J, O. Galdwill. '
The recent act of April 19tb, 1006
gives to all soldiers' widows a peaalon
1'2 per aaonth. Fred Maurer, the at
torney, haa all necessary blanks.
The Cimr is recognited as the beat
advertising aaedluai to Webatarooonty
and aa the beat, newlest and most up
todate paper la Red Cloud.
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