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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1913)
Weather Is fine mill the roads niu
Venell Zujlc sold lilt coin to Frank
Mrs. Jos. Polnlcky Is moving to Ited
Cloud thl week.
A'ton Knrirnn shelled corn for Kd
The dance ut John Itriihli'j Monday
was u grand miccc-s.
Kit Hubutltii, who got hurt about
throe weeks ago, Is up and urouiul
Harry Duckies' sale lust Monday
was very largely attended and stuff
There will lie another dance lit John
Brush's Saturday ulgut, Fob. lAtli.
Kveiybody cordially Invited.
M. Vavrieka and sons Willie and
Louts aud Jos. .(clinch wore in llladeu
a week ago Wednesday in Willie's
Sam Foe was u passengerto Cowles
Miss Georgia Good was a passenger
to Hastings Wednesday.
Charles Foe came in Tuesday to see
his father who has been very ill lately.
Lech Adamson from western Kansas
is hero visiting his father for a short
Mr.'aud Mrs. MeCiiue of Red Cloud
same in on the morning train Wednes
day for a day's visit witb Morgan
Davis aud wife. " -
Henry Keeney shipped a car of cattle
to St. Joe Mouday. He came back
Wednesday morning and seemed very
well pleased with his sales.
A. H. Spraeher, T. Uurnoy and
Harry Iteeve were shippers of stock
out of here Wednesday. The number
of fat cattle Is fast diminishing around
O. A. Wells aud wife went to Omaha
Monday to attend the Hardware men's
eouvention. Mr. Wells is one of the
firm of Wells & MoTaggart our enter
prising Hardware Co.
The lust number of the Lecture
Course was rendered by Dr. L t!. Her
bert which was a lecture. The Lec
ture Course this year was a great sue.
cess llnauuially as well as other ways
and we hope for as good an entertain
men l course uu.t year.
Our baud which was organized last
summer is becoming quite prnllcieut
under the leadership of Prof, ltetz of
Red Cloud. V e are glad to see this
boys and wo would like to give you nil
the encouragement that is possible.
A good baud is certainly a line thing
for a town.
For Investigation Of
UtUUtera IitamuTta Aftrlaltiral
Representative Scott or Hamilton
county has introduced a bill creating
Department of Agricultural Statistics
and Publicity in the office of the State
Board of Agriculture and appropriat
ing 180,000 for the bienniura for this
purpose. Nebraska is about the only
state In the west which is without a
considerable appropriation for this
purpose and muoh complaint baa been
made by citizens of the state that it is
not sufficiently represented iu this
particular. The State Board of Agri
culture has been conducting a depart
ment of this nature temporarily for ex
perimental purposes in order to deter
mine its value, paying the expenses
from a portion of its earnings derived
from the management of the State
Fair. The state treasury has not been
called on for special appropriation for
this purpose. This service has been
widely used by the state Dress for the
vast three months and the oeonle. am
aow in position to say whether they
wish it continued.
The state appropriates onlv 12.O00
per year for the maintenance of the
totate Hoard of Agriculture: and this
board returns more than this amouut
10 various state departments in pay.
ment for services at.tlie annual State
ralr, keeping up its wide range of
agricultural activities entirely from
Its surplus earnings at the Fair, which
is oue of the most successful In the
country. Tho SUto Hoard of Agrloul
ture has not Nought the appropriation
for a publicity department, believing
that the people are now sufficiently in
formed to enable them to decide
whether thoy wish to continue this
special Hue of work for state develop,
Japanese Plant Camphor Trees,
In Formosa lnrirn nrnnn nrn In l7
planted with camphor trees during the
next fow years. Tho trees now util
ized aro five hundred to ono thousand
years Old. mid tllO .Inn.inon wlan1v In.
tend to consorve tho source of aupply
or ono of tholr Important monopolies.
Turn Easiest Are Simplest
Most Sanitary Last Longest
That is a strong statement but we'd make it stronger
if we knew how, because we are sure that the De
Laval will more than make good every claim.
We don't ask you to take our "say so." We prefer to
let the machine itself talk for us.
Why not let us set one up at your house? You can
test it yourself alongside of any other
machine you like tor capacity, cleanness of
skimming, and ease of operation.
We don't ask you to buy a
De Laval upon "claims.1
We do ask vou to be aW Used
sure and give it a fair trial f .J;!'" J '
before you purchase
any cream separator.
Don t put
it off. Do
SOONER OR LATER
1 Save Dollars and Cents For You.
I Save time, Bave labor, save repairs save all the valuable butterfit
I in your milk, and give you fresh, warm skim milk for feeding calves und
) pigs. You could not afford to do without one if they sold for twice the
I price, but the price is right
There is nothing cheap about them bet the price. There in no better
separator sold at any price
BEATRICE CREAM SEPARATORS
are EFFICIENT, SIMPLE and DURABLE
and are guaranteed from top to bottom by
BEATRICE CREAMERY CO.
CUeag IU. LLe.ln, Nebr. Det Mouse, U.
GEORGE W. TRINE Local Agent
'ALSO DEALER IN
EggsTButter, Cream, Poultry, Hides, Flour and Feed of All Kinds. Highest Market Price Paid For Your Stuff. Ui
Irr'Pb' ct L7PT ?rPPsPrrPPP6sssfcs?P ! YiSp'9'KfcvjKVj t7
Good Things To Eat
"W 7 E haVe for you, reliable, fresh groceries. Our
stock is being renewed every day for your
pleasure, profit and health. Don't you enjoy eating
these days? It is the season of the year when we are
building up for the coming spring's work. Your wants
are constantly in mind. Flour that is right, sugar, coffee,
tea, fruits of all kinds, and everything your heart can
wish, and appetite suggest, we have. You know our
prices are right and the quality always the best.
THE HONE GROCERY
P. A. WULLBRANDT, Prop.
.. Nstlce T Prtbate.
In tlfe ('ninity Court of Welwtcr County,
Statc'nt Nebriifikn, I KM
To nil pornoiis Intcrcsti-d In tliu tstate ot
Christian HaH.sur, DpcciiHed:
TAICi: NOl'ICi:. that a petition hao been
II led praylnu that the Inxtruuient tiled In
this court on tliu llth day ot February, I'JlIt,
purportlnK to be the last will and tcHtanient ,
ot wild deceased, may be proved and allowed
and recorded as tho last will aud testament
of Christian ltasser, deceased; that Raid In
MrnnYeut be admitted to probate, and the
administration of said estate bo taunted to
WIltta'tH ltasser. Kxecutor.
It lil hereby ordered by tho court, that nil
persons Interested in said estate appear ut
the County Court to beheld In and for said
county on tho 1st day of March, 1UIJ, at ten
o'clock A. M., to show cause, it any there be.
why the prayer of tho petitioner should nut
be granted, aud that notice ot tho pendency
of said petition aud the hearing thereof, bo
given to all persons Interested In said matter
by publishing a copy ul thli order In Tho
Ited Cloud Chief, a legal weekly newspaper
printed In said county, for threo consecutive
weeks prior to said day of hearing.
Witness my .hand ,nnd itho seal of said
court this 6th day of February, A. I). 1913.
J(HWCcr - A. 0. 11 ANNKV,
Go Ahead of the Railroad
Public aunourjcemant has been umfln nt fhn abvIw ftnmrtiainn nf ri.a
-- .-. .- w. wtv w J VMIMIJIVVIUU ISQ
Durltngtun's new main lino through the BIG HORN HASIN that will give a
direct outlet for the splendid farm products growing in that new country
Government Irritated Homesteads
Here you onn (lie upon an 80 acre Government homestead at actual cost
for the water right, no profit to anyone, no taxes the Urst three years, and
havo twelve yean, without interest iu whieh to repay the Government for the
actual cost of the water right. The fact that the Government has made the
payments very light the first five years, giving an opportunity to improve
your farm and get it under cultivation before having to meet further pay.
ments, la important to the man desiring to establish himself upon a farm home.
Location Near Railroad Towns
You can locate now within from thre to four miles of Powell, nearby
400 farmer-, who are already making a success.
If you do no get a home there It is your fat.lt. Write iuickly for insps
and full particulars
D. Clem Deaver, Immigration Agent
IOO Farnmm Bt, Omaha, Nmbraaka
You Will Find It Hera
E. A. Creighton,
EYE, NOSE AND THROAT
CON.SU LTATJON FUKR.
When in neml Osgood minting cull
at the Chief olliue.
Uu I)i:aiiuoiip I)ii. Asiihu
Chli'ttgo Veterinary Kansas City
Ind. '.'11 ' ic it.,. Phones UJ- Ind. !!.'
Dps. Deafdorf & flshep
-:- Veterinary Surgeons -:-
Olllco Phono-.: I ml. loil; Ited 07.
ELEVEN YEAKS EXPERIENtE
Fresh Oysters served to order at
t Fresh candy, peanuts and cigars at
When in town get your dinner at
91.50 to 92.00 for good narrow stripe
fur. J. O. Cai.dwkll.
For, Sale White Plymouth Rock
Cockerells. Joseph Topham. adv
Men's, Women's aud Children's
Shoes at 20 per cent discount at Miner
Special attention given to diseases
of eye and ear. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr. Stockman, Red Cloud, Neb.
We hare just received a new line
of the latest designs in up-to-date
wedding stationery. Be sure to see
Dr. R. F. Raines now has offices in
the new block. Hours to to 12 a. m.
and 3 to 0 p. m. Calls attended day
For anything and everything hi
Winter Merchandise go to Miner llros.
Col for It will certainly he a saving of
money to you
We have the exclusive sale of two
acres of laud adjoining the City limits
good house, barn, fi'ult trees, alfalfa,
city water aud electric lights.
G.vriikii, Hutchison it Sal.vdkn.
A Bargain: Mjj resilience property
on Webster St., uearlth avenue. First
good offer takes it. Don't be back
ward make me an offer. Address
Geo. F. Newhouse, The Dalles, Oregon
For the Best Potatoes grown order
from The Miner Bros. Co., for they
have those fine Homo Grown Early
Ohlos. Take no others as none aro so
good us these iiml all potatoes are told
by weight not by measure, ndv.
Notice To Bridge Buildera
Notice Is hereby ttlven that sealed propo
sal will bo received at the olllco of the Conn
ty Clerk In tho City of Ited Cloud, Webster
County, Nebraska, for tho furnlshliiK of all
material and tho erection and completion of
HrldKca required by Webster County for ono
year (I), to-wlt: 19111, according to plans and
speculations on tile In tho County Clerk's
I l-lach bid must be mado according to law
and acompanled by acertllled check for tho
sum of 8300.00 on a local Hank as a guarantee
that If awarded the contract tho contractor
will enter saino with proper IkjihI or required
by law. Said bid, to bo opened nt 2 O'clock
I". M. l-'ebriiary 18th, IDIS. The Hoard re
serves tho right to reject any and all bids,
said bids shall be at a spcclilcd sum per line
al foot for tho .Substructure of all surh
t llrldges, .md at specified sum per lineal foot
I forthosiiperstructuroof all such bridges and
approaches, nud at a specltled sum per line
al foot for all piling In tho Substructure of
all bridges and approaches, and at a specl
tled sum per foot (board measure) for all
caps, sway braces, and other wood material
used In construction of such bridges and ap
proaches, and at a specltled sum per pound
for all material In tho substructure of all
combination bridges. And for Concrete
llrldges and etc. County excavates over
8.00;to bo paid by County not to exceed 12.00
per day, sand to be hauled by builder up to
3rnllea, without cost to County, all over 2
miles the extra milage to be pild by County
as agreed on between bidder and Bridge
Committee, all bids must be per 1? foot
for Substructure and Huperstractare, also
bldsonll and 4 foot cement culverts per
Said bids shall be submitted according to
plans and specifications adopted and on file
and open to Inspection In the office of the
County Clerk: at Red Cloud Nebraska, Bid
ders to furnish bond as required by law and
by taecondltlons herein named. All bids to
be to be on file by 10 O'clock A, D, February
By Order Of The County Board Of County
(Skal) County Clerk.
Dated January 16th 1913.
At Lowest interest, best option, least
expense, Cull for mo ut State Bank,
Bud Cloud. C. F, Catiikh.
In the District Conrt of Webster County,
Marcus McConkey, Plaintiff;
Leander N. Edson, The unknown Heirs
and Devisees of Mrs. D. M. Edion Deceas
ed, R. E. Welborn, The unknown Heirs
and Devisees of J. S. Rothrock, Deceased,
R. I. Hutchison, J. P. Williams, F. H
Anont Jauiet Uarklpy, The unknown
tTelrsand Devlseeftof Philip Dnrklcy, De
ceased, 1). F. Rudd. Charles E. Texter,
Manley McNItt, The unknown Heirs and
DevUeM of William E. Jackson, Deceas
ed, et al. Defendants.
Take notice, that On tho 19th, day of De,
comber 1912 Marcus McConkey, plaintiff
herein, filed his petition In tho above entitled
action In tho District Court of Wobstcr Coun
ty, Nebraska, ngalnst said defendants, tho
object and prayer of which, Is to quite and
confirm tho title to Blocks, Fourteen, Fif
teen, Sixteen, Seventeen and tho West Half
of Eighteen, all Iu Railroad Addition to Red
Cloud, Webster County, Nebraska, In plain
till' and to foreclose each of said defendants
from any right or Interest In said premises
aud to bar each ot said defendants from
asserting any right or claim to said premises
or any part thereof.
You aro required to answer said petition on
or beforo tho 3rd. day ot March IUI3.
.Maui'uh Mt-coNKKV, rialutlir.
1lv FltKIt Mauiikii, HIsAtty.
F I R E
JJlBjALA I. s,dreadful thing
Or riajK for the man without
Insurance. Brery time he ees the
engines racinir alotig his heart comes
up In his throat if the Are is anywhere
near his place. What folly, what mis
rjar eqr or lssosmaiithatit
IMmURANGK need hardly be
considered. The freedom from worry
alone is worth it many times over
Have us insure you to-day.
O. C. TEEL,
AAA kkffJiVI aW '"
I'or that sick uniinaleall Wgokmijvkr
at the briulc barn. Prompt- and satis
factory services. adv. ,
1 have taken baok my Olllco and
will remain in Bed Cloud. Calls
promptly ittteuded day or night Br.
B. V. ititiiies, adv.
s We Aim To
Chute Our Coal
Into Your Bins!
We Don't Pull The
Until We Have Your
We Hit The Mark With
The Best Ammunition
For Heating Purposes!
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