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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1913)
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CONTEST WILL CLOSE SATURDAY, JUNE 14
THREE BIG PRIZES TO BE AWARDED THEN I
Second Prlze-Genilne Diamond Ring
Call at the E. H. Newhouse Jewelry Store and see
this clear stone that is to be awarded as second prize.
FIRST PRIZE 1913 MODEL
FIVE PASSEN6ER FORD TOURING CAR
This car has been purchased from The Red Cloud Auto
Company, and is on exhibition at their place of business.
Third Prlie-SolM 6old Watch
The watch for third prize is also on exhibition at
the E. H. Newhouse Jewelry store. It is a 15 jewel
Waltham movement in a solid gold case.
TWO PAPERS AT A BARGAIN
During the balance of the Contest we will in
clude "Nebraska's Real Farm Paper," the Ne
braska Farmer, of Lincoln, and will make a bargain
price on the two papers when taken together. The
Nebraska Farmer is published every week and is a
practical farm paper for this part of the country.
Contestants should observe the new voting schedule
which went into effect on the 21st.
Standing of The Contestants
Gertie Cartwright... 99,925 Mrs. Clara Copley... 16.875
Miss Gertrude Coon .95.575 Mary Christian 11,700
ElenorGilham 89.450 Grace Kinsell 11.000
Miss Maude Hayes. .76,000 Mrs. Ida Worden .... 10.700
Mrs.L. H. Matkins.. 30.100 May Elliott 10.700
Miss Rose McGuire.. 25.600 Edna VanHorn 10.700
Voting Schedule and Subscription Rate
The following voting schedule and subscription rate
will hold good during the remainder of the Contest:
Chief one year $1.50, (new subscription) counts 1000 votes.
Chief one year $1.50. (old subscription) counts 700 votes.
Nebraska Farmer to January 1 1915, $1.00 counts 1000 votes,
Chief (new subscription) one year and the Nebraska
Farmer until January 1, 1915. for $2.00. counts 1700 votes.
Chief (renewal subscription) one year and Nebraska
Farmer until January 1, 1915, $2.00. counts 2000 votes.
Five years subscription to the two papers. $10.00. counts
3000 extra votes.
Contestants should work lor ths combination subscriptions.
8 THE KfcU CLiUULJ ltUE.1:
Red Cloud. -
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1r "'Mil will buy. Do UvJ
savings made by a 'W.l
rVT f A 1 T K I Cream
UEj LAVAL Separator
A De Laval will save enough over any gravity
setting system in quantity and quality of cream,
sweet skim-milk, labor, time and trouble to pay for
itself every six months.
A De Laval will save enough over any other sepa
rator in closer skimming, in running heavier and
smoother cream, skimming cool milk, greater capac
ity, easier cleaning, easier running and fewer repairs
to pay for itself every year.
An up-to-date De Laval saves enough over De
Laval machines of five, ten, fifteen or twenty
years ago in closer separation under all con
ditions, greater capacity, easier running and
greater mecnamcai penecuon to pay
for itself every two years.
Remember that these are not mere
claims. We are always willing to
let you try out a De Laval
life. for yourself on your
ALSO DEALER IN
Eggs, Butter, Cream, Poulty, Hides, Flour
and Feed of All Kinds.
Hlgheat Market Prtca Paid For Your tuft
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I N au R K N G E
T. W. Cline. Northbranch. Kansas, will insure your
property of all kinds anywhere in Kansas.
Live stock at same rate insures them anywhere
against fire, lightning and tornados, also growing crops
against hail. If you don't see him, write him.
T. W. CLINE,
Real Estate transfers.
For the week eudiug April 22, 1013,
Compiled by M. W. Carter, Bonded Atr
straeter, Red Cloud, Nebr.
George H. Hastings and wife to
U. li. & Q. Hull Road, wd, part
lot 17, Bik. 2, Sawyers Add to
Fred Baker ami wife to Oley
Iverson, wd, lots 12, 13, Bik. 2,
Spnuce & Bennett's Add to
Anna L. Baker and husband to
Uattie L. Iverson, wd, lot 12,
Bik. 2, Speuce's Add to Bladen 1400
R. B. McBride and wife toFunie
S. Dow, wd, pt lot 5, lot 0, Bik.
8, LeDuo's Add to Red Cloud . . 1
Fred Baker and wife to Oley
Iverson, wd, lots 8, '0, Bik. J,
Speuce's Add to Bladen 300
Oley Iverson and wife to Fred
Baker, wd, pt nwj nw 18-4-11 2000
Wilbcr O. Bamiltou and wife to
Carrie B. Turnure, et. al wd,
lots 18, 10, Bik. SO, Smith &
Moore's Add to Red Cloud .... 1000
Mary J. Ureeuhslgh, et. al., to F.
A. Good, wd, lots 10, 11, 12,
Bik. 18, Cowles 37S
Seth Stinsou to Farmers Grain
& Stock Co., wd, pt lot 8, Bik.
0, BlueHlil 40
Dallas VV. Turnure and wife to
Martha Hamilton, wd, lots 4
tott, Ulk. 1, Le Due's Add to
Ueit Cloud 3500
William Rundberg and wife to
John R. Mattocks, wd, pt nwj
sw bee 8-4-11 550
Leroy Spenee and wife to Otto
J. King, wd, lot 12, Blk.,1,
Speuce's Add to Bladen 175
Arthur Burge and wife to Hugh
& Miunie Scnulz, wd, lot 7, 8,
Bik. 21, Blue Hill 1200
Mortgages Filed, $11,050.00. .
Mortgages Released, 113,000.00.
WhttThii Town Need
"What this town needs," says one
man, "is a new depot."
"What this town need," said an
other, ''is improvements."
"What this town needs," says the
next, "is lower taxes."
What this town needs is not merely
to say what this town needs.
What this town needs is men who
will get what this town needs.
Whatever this town needs it can get
by presenting a solid front.
Let us decide to do something col
lectlvely for the town.
Let us quit foolishly sending our
money away, bleeding this town to fat
ten some other.
Let us make our mouey here, invest
It here, spend it here, and have it her
where we use it for what this town
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Gars in the flem 1913 Models
MODEL 25 As it is especially
based upon experiences covcriug
a long term of years, the Model
25 is bound to make a high place
for itself as a car for general
purposes and for family use. Lt
is large, roomy and comfortable
to the extreme. Luxuriously
trimmed and refined in every
Automobile Supplies, Repairing, Etc.
John N. Havel
E. A. Creighton, ',
EYE, NOSE AND THROAT
For Sai.k White Plymouth Rock
Cockerells. Joseph Topbam. adv
RALPH E. CAMP, D. C.
628 Elm Street, ... Red Cloud, Nebr.
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