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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1913)
I Silks .-
To be in style this year it is essential that you have
a dress made of one of the above named goods.
That our silks have merit is shown by repeated sales
toThe same customers. Our dollar grade of
Messallne, Charmense Brocade
is without doubt the best on the market at that price.
Our Middle Mama
The Ijne is complete, the quality is the, best. We
have 45-in Flouncings at
$1.25 to $3.25Per Yard
You can t be well dressed unless you have a fine
Sala Aganta For
AQENTS WANTED !
A few more live ones wanted to sell one of
the foremost sellers in the world
9163." 200.oo $2f5.oo $250.oo
All fully equipped, nothing lacking, luggage
carrier. Magneto and free engine
Llmaral Tarma To Aganta
Jessup . Sanderson,
Clay Center, Nebraska
Jolin I'avlick btitcheied h hog Inst
'I he weather ta a little snowy nnd
Will Kttdriia whs In Otilcle Hock
lohn I'nvllck bought u fine team of
run res Inst week.
Louts KnezliifU of Crete Is going to
woik for Louis Vavrlckn tills summer.
Louis Vuvrlclm returned from Lin
coln and other eastern points Satur
day. 1'irtiik Viivilckii returned fiom Kun
8H8 City Wednesday where lie 'hipped
M. Vuwricku and son Wllle and wife
and Ml', nnd Mrs. Jon. Jelinek took
dinner with Louis Vuvi idea's Sunday.
(Krotn Hmlth County)
Mrs. Marge Ilolllmon of Colorado
Springs Is lieru visiting relatives.
Jesse Green sold a car load of hogs
to V. Dell, the Lebanon hog buyer, lust
Mr and Mrs. Albert Mastertuan
spent Sunday at the borne of C litis.
Good Friday is passed, but we do
not bear of many potatoes being plant-
ed on that day.
Mr. Eardman of Smith Center was
the guest of bis daughter Mrs Flora
Shrader a portion of last week.
We noMco that Sam Asbury and
John Anshutz are breaking alfalfa
ground on the T. 8. Spurrier place.
E. E. Spurrier shipped a car load of
hogs and cattle to Kansas City Mon
day aud be uecompauled the same
Mrs. John Dick has returned to ber
home on Crystal Flalnes after a week's
visit with her sister Mrs. Btftt I'ttyue.
We are glad to report tbat Prof. T.
H. Hooper of Yuma, Colo., who is in
the St. Joseph hospital at Denver,
Colo., with a brokeu leg, is improving
as well as could be expected. Mr.
Hooper spent his boyhood days In this
neighborhood and became Professor of
the Smith County High school. He
weut to Vuuiii for the benefit of his
CREAM SEPARATOR TALK
That dairying is one of the most profitable branches of farming,
is, and has for a long time, been a well known fact. Not only
in that it keeps the fertility of the soil at home, where it may
bs used to produce other crops, but also for the fact that it pro
vides the farmer with a weekly cash income from the sale of
butterfat. 'That the farmers of this vicinity are aware of the
benefit to be derived from this source, is apparent by the high
prices which are being paid for milch cows. After investing
$75.00 or more in a milch cow, why not derive the full benefit
from such a purchase by the use of a good cream separator? In
this article we wish to present to you the RUMLEY-OLDS
cream separator; which has no superior on the market. This
separator is of the disc type of machine, which is recognized as
being the best type and has many superior points over other
machines. The makers have not figured how cheap, but how
good they could make a cream separator, and every feature to
be found on this machine are considered the acme of cream
separator construction. Some of the points to be found on this
separator are the helical gears, reversible phosphor bronze
worm wheel, ball bearing contact points on bottom and top of
bowl spindle; noiseless roller ratchet which engages instantly
at any point, large milk supply can with no sharp corners (easi
ly washed and kept clean) split wing for milk distribution in
bowl with patent wings which distributes milk evenly to all
discs alike (therefore allowing of closer skimming and less discs
than other machines of like type, also allowing of slower speed
and prevents milk from foaming and thereby being dangerous
to feed to calves). Call and see this machine and be convinced.
We are willing to allow you to try this machine in competition
with any other make of separator in the market. ONE TRY
WILL MAKE YOU BUY.
On the C J. Piatt Farm
One Mile West of Town,
Ms. and Friday, Aptil 3 ami 4
An International Kerosene Tractor
and Plowing Outfit will be used
An Auto wilfleave OU R SHOP for the
demonstration every 20 minuets
Whitaker & Buckles
Pete Mauley is woikiug on the Knley
T. W. White mill Will Fisher were
hauling hay on Monday.
lleorge Smith bought a mule in towi.
Saturday to mate his old one.
L. C. King was down from Gibbon
last week and made a short visit.
The wind has been blowing the dust
in great .shape for the last few days.
A heavy snow storm vislted'.Oarfleld
Tuesday and stopped busiue&a on the
Tom Hawkins shipped u car of hogs
to market and is visiting in Kansas
Clyde Simpson was on wind mill
row Sunday .shooting ducks or rather
Uuy Barnes aud Frank Atnauk haul
ed corn Saturday. They had a car
load shipped in.
Mrs. Clara Sullivun returned to her
home at MeCook last Friday after a
visit at Will Fisher's
Smith llros., hauled in a eurloud of
hogs on Saturday uiid shipped them
to market on Sunday.
(Sntudmii Alles mid Ethel Fisher
were quite sick at Will Fisher's Satur
day night ami Sunday.
A small outfit of Italians passed
along wind mill row Monday which
was quite a sight to the children.
Guy Barnes and wife went down to
Guide Uock Sunday to visit Mrs,
Barnes' parents. Guy came back Mon
day and his wife will stay a while.
We Wish To
Extend An invitation To
In the County Court of Webster County,
STATKOKNKIHIA.SKA, I ,.
v cosier county, t
To all person Interested In the estate ul
Mary A. Ileaton, Deceased:
TAKK NOTICK, that a petition lias been
tiled praying that the Instrument to bo Hied
In this court on the 6th day of April, 1013, pur
portliiK to be the last will and testament of
said deceased, may be proved and allowed
and recorded as the Inst will and testament
ot Mary A. Ileaton, deceased; that snld In
strument In) admitted to probate, and the ad
ministration ol suldostato be granted to John
W. KJnscl as Administrator with the will
It Is hereby ordered by the court, that nil
persons Interested In said estate appear at
the County Court to bo held In aud tor said
county on the 0th day ot April 1913, at ten
o'clock A. M., to show cause, It any there he,
why the prayer ol the petitioner should not
bo granted, and that notice ot tlio pendency
o said petition and the hearing thereof, be
given to all persons Interested In said matter
by publishing a copy of this order In tho lted
Cloud Chief, a legal weekly newspnpej; print
ed la said county, for three consecutive
weeks prior to said day of hearing.
Witness my hnud nnd the seal of said
court this lUih dny of March, A. 1. I'Ji:).
(SKAl.) A. D. ItANNKY
& To Visit Our Store
This season we are showing
splendid styles in
Ladies' Dresses, Etc.
These Lines Are Selected With Care
And consideration as regards the demands of our patrons,
who demand the best to be hard. .. . .'.
Everything we show is &OOd. If there are better gar
ments on the market at the price, our years of experience fail
to nnd it. ..
We feel confident we are showing the very best when we
offer our lines for your inspection. - .".
Spring Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Etc., Are All Here
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