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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1914)
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PRE-INVENTORY SALEf! Champion Cow
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Closes Sat. Might. Jan.
A few Cloaks left. We have cut
deep in the price.
100 .Shirts, black and colors, all izeo
The Season's latest slylos in Furs
2-6 per cent CM
Wool Dress Cioods
2B per cent
Discount on Shoes and nearly everything in the store
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Bulletin of The Week's Doings J
Take your cream to J. (). Caldwell.
Judge Beeboof Alma, is in tho city
Will Blount ford was in Uowles Wed
nesday. G. K. I'utinaii of Cowles was in town
Mis. Moranvillo went to Guide Hock
Joo Tophatu Sr., was iu Guide unci;
Fred Hedgo was in Guide Rock
Fred Turnuro was. in Chester Tuesday
Good Alfalfa For SaleiInqulro of
Harry Dedrick went to Cowlob Tucs
Tho county commissioners arc
session tills week.
A. 12. Atkins was a passenger to
Harry Buckles arrived home last
Friday from Omaha.
Jus. Peterson returned homo from
Omaha Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Merteu returned to her home
nt Bluo Hill this mornlug.
J. W. MoKlsslok of Beatrice was iu
town Tuesday on business.
The largest lino of rugs in the city
on display at Miner Bros. Co.
For Sale Registered Poland China
male hog. C. F. Wai.ux.
Henry Pharos loft Sunday for
Omaha, whero he will attend college
Sam Sherman spent Tuesday iu
Hastings looking at tho "high build
ings." Morris Groat and wife were down
from luavale Suuday visiting ms
Frank Starr and Walter Davis left
Sunday night for Wray, Colo , ou
Walter B. Smith of Deuver anived
Tuesday morning aud is now employed
in this olllce.
Ben Williams was home from Geneva
over Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs.
I. II. Holmes.
Seo thi" complete lino of rugs at
Mmor Bros. Co
Closing out sale of Harness, fc-'eo me
for Bui gams. P. I; 11atis.cn. ndv
W. X. Richardson was able to bo
down town anhilo Wednesday after
noon. Wo arc glad to seo him out
The Methodist minister will discuss
tho Ainii'-etneiit Question on Sunday
evening. Cards and Dancing, Right or
The following shipped stock Wed
nesday: Win. Thomas ono car of eat
tie to St. Joe; Wcesner & Koontz hogs
to Kansas City.
IM. Giilard nnd wife of Nnponeo
were in town Tuesday visiting ner
brother Allen Tullcys and wife and her
sister, Mrs. Uora Eldredgo.
Sheriff Carroll of Alma was in town
Tuesday. ,Ho brought a man down
hero for safe keeping who got thirty
days for contempt of court.
I have the best rate in tho county ou
farm loans. See mo and bo convinced
My motto pi ompt service.
A. T. Wai.kkr.
.JrVoodmert and' Royal Neighbors-wni
have a "mint installation ou Friday
night. January lilth. Members and
their families of both oiders invited to
Two cat loads of cattlo were sont in
for todaj's ttadis by Edward Wiggins
of Webster county, Nebraska. Mon
day's St. Joe Stock Yards Dally
A stcrcoptician leoturo entitled
"Around tho World" will be given at
the Christian church next Wednesday
evening. These pictnies will be for
eign missions, etc.
Alva Hildcbrand, who resides near
Blue Hill, was. brought before the in
sanity board Wednesday evening and
adjudged insane. Ho was taken to
Hastings today by Sheriff Hedge.
Sheriir Hedge is home from Kearney
where he took Guy Douglas to the re
form school. The young man was
charged with criminal assault on a
little girl wdio lived near Roseniont.
"The Salt of the Earth" will bo tho
subject of the sermon Sunday morning
at the Congregational church. In the
evening tho pastor will give an address
on tho subject, "Are Chiistian's Better
and Happier Than Other People."
Monday afternoon and evening Man
ager Wan en had on the curtain at the
Teneetho "Prisouer.of Zonda." Mr.
By j, h. rr.iiiilsr.n
Ufliartnu'.nt of Bnlry Husbandly.
More than twcnt,-two times her
weight in milk N the lt-muiliaMe to
cord nl bj da Mav. a tlotsteili uw
owned by the Nehiaska College of
Agriculture. In one viur. just elood,
Lit May produci'd "Ju'.uW lb , of milk
and TTII.lll lbs., of butU'r fat which, ac
cording to the llolMein IMeMnti Asso
ciation itiK'B, N estimated to pvodticn
IhSuS lbs., of butter. ThlMOeord r uikn
her nintli in mill: production among
the cows of the woil I. Sim almi holds
the dislliu'liun of giving mot. milk iu
a year than any other cujv owned by n
titatc Akrieiiltiual College.
lm ly wan j)nt under olllcial tOM
ouXovciuber JS, ItUU nt llio ami of 11 o
years. By good care she was Induced
to give as much as !!).! lbs,, of mill: in
one day. This N equal tu about U.f
gallons Fur tho whole yiar sho aver
aged T.'lo lbs,, iViily oi neatly 8.B ga'
lons per lay. hhc is a splendid ropro
scntalhe of the breed and shows ex
cellent dairy tiiinner.uuent. She
weighs about 1. '200 lbs., and it Is a
striking proof of her ellleiency Unit
she has been abl to go thiough it year
of hay feeding wltliout (ho addition
of auy aurt Ills fat.
I he following tigiucs gives an ac
count of her ptod'.clloii together with
the amount of food she consumed and
its value llgmcd at current pi ices:
Milk'JO.iJbO'J lbs: Butter fat 77.1.10
lbs; Grain 0771 I lbs"; Hay f2ll).8 lb-.;
Silage JS:;i lbs; Beets :i23tJ lbs; Total
cost of feed 8lf2 0:i
llcr feed bill amounted toSHS.0.1 for
tho year and sho was feed high pi iced
feed. Her milk was actually sold at
ten cents per quart after it hail been
standardized to contain !1 percent fat
to comply with tho State dairy laws.
At that price it brought, in 8 1, '20 1.55.
Fioni this, however, must be deducted
not only the cost of feed but also the
cost of labor in cnrlng for tho cow ai.d
the milk, including bottling and de
livering tho milk to tho patrons. But
oven after making most liberal allow
ances for these items it can readily be
seen that sho netted the Dairy Depart
lueut a splendid profit.
Of course, theso figures aro not re
presentative of what could bo expect
under prevailing farm conditions.
Taklug into account average farm
prices aud conditions, Lu May's milk
after being standardized to 3 percent
whole milk would bo worth S.1H5.80 if
sold in bulk to the dealers In Lincoln
at a price of S'2.00 per 100 lbs. a pi ice
paid by sevcial milk dealeis in the
oity. Again supposing that her pro
duct had been sold jij the form of but
ter fat at HO cunts 'per pound (this
price was given by a representative ol
one of Nebraska's leading creatneiios
as the average price paid for butter
fat, net at creamory, during the twelve
months iu which this record was made)
aud tho skim milk at 25 cents per hun
dred, La May's product would have
yielded the sum of S'JfVJ.SS.
lu round llgurcs, La May's average
dally ration was made up of '28 lbs. of
silage, 8 lbs. of alfalfa, 8 lbs. of "alfal
fa t" aud 20 lbs. of grain mixture, or a
pound of grain for every three fo four
pounds of milk produced daily. The
bulk of the grain ration was madu up
of corn bran, oil meal and cottonseed
cake. To keep her appetitoand digest
ion lu good condition, however, slight
changes in her ration were made from
time to timo by adding or substituting
such feeds as oats, gluten meal aud
It is not to be presumed that all
cows can do what La May has done
but rather that it indicates the possi
bilities lu the way of greater product
iveness. It certainly should drive
home to all of us the fact that it is not
only possible but highly practical to
double the productiuu of the averuge
tm n a jit . jrvt'r iitni m . rwa raiv-.Mnv .aatuj'u m-ww- .awa wn ..mm.
fe$ lw$ Cli SL
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And Will Continue Until Jan. 30, 1914.
We Will Sell All Our Regular Linos Of
Kuppenheimer, ClothcraSt amid Society Brands Men's,
Boys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats '
and Pants at a Discount of
JL Jcravs.wj"' JX. ii-w.
i'fora our regular plain figure sirSces. We will also offer
A Special 33 1 -3 Per Cent Discount
On Men's Cravenetls and Men's Velvet Collar Overcoals, besides
these Clothing Bargains, we offer the, people the Greatest
Shoe Buying Opportunity ever offered in Red Cloud
Ail our Men's high grade $4.50, $4.7S, $S.OO and
$S.S0 Florsheim Dress Shoes at $3.35 a pair.
UiA nil A74fr Mnfo'r CfAfrnir
nuu an uur men d lciduijd, ha
Tiger and Champion flats afc
We aro over-stocked on hats and offer a fine assortment of up-to-date shades and
models at this liberal discount. A line buying opportunity for those people
who have waited for Bargains and who need good clothing.
This is a Cash Raising Sale and there is NO use asking us to charge these goods at this
discount. The only object we have in sacrificing goods in this manner is to get cash
which we need badly.
The GoajfJeQ-Ialey Glothing Go.
Red Cloud's Foremost Clothiers.
First Door North of Postofflce.
Tom Sutton aud family left Tuesday Vnfretf has been giving our citizens
for Minnesota whero they will make 8aU)0 excellent pictures this winter,
their future home. ' and ibe Chief commends him for the
Oeno Smith aud wife were down ItasJd displayed at '.their selection,
from McCook Saturday visiting her (QBVeraj.0f the neighbors, friends and
father, II. C. Wolfe. j - ) relatlvcs.gotiieredlat the home of Mrs.
J. U. Geer the popular wlre chief fcr Maria Jackson, yvno lives on Willow
the Lincoln Telephone Conipauy, was Creek, last Thursday and gave ber a
in Bluo Hill Monday. j ' surprise birthday party and reminded
J. A. Tackett and wife of ' Boonville, her thatjb was her seventy-seventh
Mo., are in the city vlsltlng'his parents birthday. They oil brought well filled
J R.Taokett and wife. i,h j baskits-anU at the noon hour all sat
Mrs. J. L.Miner and daughU-r, mTsV down to a bountiful .epast. She re
Irene left Sunday for California, where celved several nice presents and a large
they will spend some time. number of birthday cards. The guests
1 ' i all weut homo wlsliiug her many more
Mrs. Roy Jones and daug liter of b,rtlld B.
Clay Center, are hero visiting her "
parents, John OrltVoth aud wife. Amos Gust, who lived eight miles
Cbas.tlustofl'ittsburg, ICas., arrived southwest of this city, db-d Sunday
here Tuesday morning to attend the evening after a short illness. He was
Swialof his brother Amos Oust. "bout IS years of age and was born n
iiiuuiuiuiw ,'ueimiuiy. He had lived in this county
For tho beat 3S0 d uner, also shoit ,.()r muny yt.m.h uml was a,)II(.,lolorHml
orders, pie, sandwichcn ami tivsli j fanwr Uu u,llvcs tW(,
oysters go to Wanon's restau.ant. , h,MurN M.Si Clll.j ,.U(lu an,i Mr6i Milti
A trial of tho Comet Cigar will '0'1- Steele, and two biothers, Charley and
vinco yen that It Is well woith lOcth, tleOl.tf0 t0 mourn his death. The
while It is sold lor."ots. by nil iloulers. 1 funeiai Was held Wednesday afternoon
Frank Khtredge of riaSalle, Colo.,
was lu the city Monday hud while
hero ho mridc this ollkof a pleasant
at. the Penny Creek school houte, Ilev.
Hummel nroauhlug tho sorinon In-
tormenttook place iu tho I'cnny Cicek
Deal With Men
Don't expect the Impossible of our
tovu and its merchants, lie sure first,
before you complain of the goods and
prjocs.of home merchants, that you
haven't had a hand In making it im
practicable for our merchants to handle
the kind of goods you want at the
prices you can pay. Merchants arc not
mind readers nor aro they blind to
their own best interests. If they
haven't what you want chey will get it
for you ttt as low or lower price than
you can get it any whero else. They
deserve to be given an opportunity to
do so anyhow, but if they do not do
servo it you will be doing, yourself a
bigger favor than you will doing them
to deal face to faco with men you
know and that can be held personally
accountable for their piomises and
porfuriuaiiceH, Try this fur a itilti of
LaiiIi:s-Mih. Ficd Plumb will make
switches out of combing') or cut hair.
Call at residence, 703 North Kim St
or.o 'Jock east of school hous". a-K
How Would You Like To Be
Do you think you could
make that soiled suit "DO"
for an other season?
Soap anej water will fade
and shrink the garment.
You will save your back,
save your garment and save
your money by permitting
Dry Clean Your Clothes
Try Us once and be convinced.
R. G. Hasslnger
Cleaner and Dyer ,
tthPhMM ? 9 Red CIihI. Ifchr.
trtfer t Sktw Cause
In The County Court:
State ol Nebratka I
WcbHtcr County f
At a County Court held at tho County
Court room In and tor Bald county December
aoth, A. I). 1913.
In tho matter of tho estate of Marlon
ON reading and filing tho ixitltlon of
Kllznbeth M.I.ovltt, filed on the SOthrinyol
December, A. I)., 11)13, prayhiK (or tho ex
amination aud allow nueeof her lliml account
of tho Hume date, an order dlMtri liutlti the
residue o( pcrMuial tstmoiiiul there upon an
order illHchnrKliu; her froDi further Imrdui
and Ktr leu lu her mild olllco as Kxccutrlx.
OUI)i:iti:i, that Krldiiy tho Klthduyof
.Innimry, A, I), I'JII, at tin oVIuek a. in'., Ih
iihslcued for htarliu: Hald luilltloa, when all
pursoiiH lutortiHted lu Hald matter mny ap
pear at a County Court to bo held lu and for
hald County aud show cause why prayir ol
petitioner uliould not lie isruutul; and that
notice of the iieadcauy of Hald petition and
the hearliii; thereof ho ulvcti to all u rsons
luteahtid lu i:ild Mi.Utor, hy iillilllilii n
copy of thN oidur In llio lic.l Cloud Clili:, a
vuol;ly uuwHaior printed la Mild county,
for three eoaiiceuihu wcuKh prior toKiild day
A. D. Ha.vnkv,
("c-sl) County J iidtso.
.. We Are Grateful.
For the excellent trade we have
enjoyed the paft year, and to
wish you abundant prosperity and
happiness during 1914.
We are better than ever able to
supply your needs in Furniture
;with larger slock, better prices
and a better acquaintance with
Licensed EmUImer mnd Furniture Dealer. M
M MpJBMgJMUBMgjptap jyA
G. G. DENNY
Superior, v Nebratka.
Jan. 20 Q. Vf. Kuhn, 5 miles north
west of Superior.
Jan. U7 C. J. Cowlos, 1 milo east of
Feb. 2. S. lliclmrdson r "illcs north
west of Ilurr Oak.
Fob. ..-J. II. Hamilton A: Sou, bred
sow salo of Poland Chinas, (Juido Itoek.
Feb. 0. W. h. Denny, 0 miles noith
of Guide Itouk.
Fob. l().Lew Smith, .'J miles noith
cast of Guide Hock.
Fob. ll.-U. (J. IliggiiisJi miles noith
Feb, 17. Rodnoy Rogors, 0 miles
southeast of Mt. Clare.
Feb. 18-Ed O. Lanoy, 11 miles south
west of Superior.
teo. zo. a. T. Cross, Duroc
sow sale in Guide Rock.
Feb. 2d.-Nato Simpson, 3
northwest of Guide Roclc.
l-eo. 21.-Jas. Martin.
southenstof Mt. Clare.
March 7-N. O. Paulson, hog sale at
March 0. Itarnard and IHgglns will
make a Poland China sow sale at Ncl.
Mutch 18.-WI11 Vondorfetch, 1 aurt
X miles cast of Guide Rock.
March 23-0. O. Calvin, 2. mUck
southwest of Cadams.
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