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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1914)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Official Vote Cast at Primary Election Held August 18th
I BOBBY SHAFTO'S RETURN
BY ELLA M. BANGS.'
333 AND &&&
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SSESKEESESO &9S (fiHEMSH22B33
Ground Wheat For Pigs
Bulletin N" 111 of I In- Ni'luMsUu V.s
peniiieiit .Sliitlnii U now teudy for (lis
trlbuMoii. This niilletln ulves tliu to
Milts or ii test to ileleiinliiethe relntivo
f CffllllK VIlllK'S of v. hole wlicut Mllll
ground wlunt when fed li fiiltonlnK
pigs, Dutti hm (.'Ivi'ii on four lols of
pigs fed tliu following rations:
Lot 1, houki il u lioln .wlu'iil:
Lot 2, iio.iUcil whole, wheat 10 purls,
tatikngo 1 putt;
Lot 3, Miaked ground wheat;
Lot I, sunkd ground wheat lOpnits,
tiinlta'o 1 putt.
Tito pitf.s fill ground wliuut made fa-t-or
tiiid innio i'i'uhoiiiIimI gums than tin
piKs foil wliulo wlifiil. It was found
that pigs oati bo fattened mill marketed
on n shorter' feed with ground whom
tilllll Willi wllllll) wllUllt. Ill llll ClISL'h
a great saving was clloi'ted by grind,
lug tin- wheat. Oroiiml whetit at, $1.00.
pi'i' luislii'l proved to be us eeniimnlt'ul
as whole wheutut 75 cents per bushel.
Tin lots receiving tunUitge made fast
er gains than tin loth fed whent ulnue.
Lot 2, fed whole wheat 1!) parts noil
tankage 1 p.irt, made mi average dully
gain pur plu of 0,25 pouiulii more tliiui
Lot 1, Tod wliolo wluyit alone. Lot 1,
fed ground wheat 10 parts uud tank
age 1 putt, made an iiiorugv gain duily
per pig of Q.13 pound inoto than Lot II,
fed ground wlitMit iiloiit..
'1 Ids bulletin will be sent fio to resi
dent of Nobr.is.ku on upplliMtloii to
Director H A. Htuiiiitt, Agiiuultuial
Kxperimont Stiilion, Lincoln, Nebr.
Notice of Final lienor I.
In thi? County Court ol Webster I'liimty,
In llioinattor of tla ustnto nl llonry J.
All persons Interested In Mid estate, uri
hereto winded th:u tlui KxccttrK li:h ttlcil
n limit urroiiul ami n-pijrtof her udnilnl-Ura-Hon,
ami u petition (or rlnal settlement ol
her account tun! n final dtcrioot distribution
(it tlioint'ile, andadlsclmrijo (rum her trust,
which have IicciihjI tor lunrliiif heforo Mid
court on tho lltli ilay ofSeptciuber I'Jtl, nt 10
o'clock, A. M . wlii'iiall persons liuorustril In
thocpruuilns may iippcaraudconlchl the.
Mlllll'. .., JT i
Dated this 21st day ol August, 1UI 1. "
hkai. A. 1. ItANNIIV,
In the County Court of Webster County
Statu ol Nebraska, i KH
Webster County, f
In tho matt trot tho estate of .lohuMiOrnni
UltKOITOIHolHald citato will take not lee,
that tho tltno limited lor tbo presentation
and tiling ot claims attaint tho saTiuTTn
March 4th, 1U10; and (or tho payment o(
debts I AuiiHt7th, l'JU, that I will Hit ufiTTu
county court room In said county on tluTuTTi
day ol March 1UI5, at 10 o'clock A. M., to
receive, oxamlne, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections duly tiled.
Dated this 7th day ot Aumist, A. I)., ll)H.
(Heal). A. 1). HANNKY, County Judge.
I'nink Kliit'itiil i building u silo and
will llll It tlilh weelc.
Thi! ihii mikiII i.'Ml.lii'ii of JOnelt
WliiUeon on. rjuilo 111 lit this wrllliiK-
Mi-M's hie, uud S,lvbi SI rick h ml
visited rel'illvos nt Littuolti lust, weuU.
Mis May Dloki'tMio Is utti'iidliiK tbo
teiiulieii' liiMituli) nt Ued Cloud this
Wvn Wonier mid fmnlly weio eullioi,'
on relatives In llils vicinity Sutidny
Nlclt U'anki'iibiiker hurl llvo two
j ear-old -ltfeis UHl-il ly lllitinu Inst
Jlrs. Ilurvey Stoner rolunied lionie
from IviinsiiH City lust r'lldiiy -iilftlit,
whisrij .slid bud I fun visllltiK her miii
Mrs. jTcic Timison of Ued Cloud be
O'lmn quilo 111 Inst wu-lt wbtle visiting
at lliu home of her duuitr,(;Iis.
Oni Kiey. but we nfj ((bill tttincpoft
her liolti'i utlhlstiiue. mr
Jflss Iloniile liluiikfiibuUer enter
tuiiied u oinnber of her Hundiiv Miliwol
elussiiiutes bi'Jt Sunduy, atlloliK whom
were Olt' and Marl Wilmot. Mubel
uud tlurold Luuili. lioilm and Letlni
MouiioUDriind Nnft Mlteliill.
Ari'hlo '.Vlldes had thl- tnUfoi tuiiu to
Iihvu his wheat htMiik ciituh (Ire lust,
Saturday afternoon from tho uiikIiid of
the thiesher that ha'it just oiimmeneed
work mill hud only tlreshed ubimt
one hundred bushels, Which is nil ho
saved of hii year's wheat oiip.
UFFIOK OVI'lt AI.llltlOUT'S STORK
IS KlVr.ltTON OX MONUAV
E. S. Gsurber
lloul Kstnte, rnnn Loans
n ml Insiiniiice,
Kcd Cloud, - Nebraska!
Or. J, Caidwct!
FOR COPYISTS AND WRITERS
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Hcsults Obtained by Following
These Simple Directions.
Tho quickest way to copy with pen
or pencil fa to put a Hat, heavy weight
over tho upper edge of tho paper on
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leave both hands freoi Then place
tho matter to bo copied Hat on tho
desk at tho left, bo ao to bring It as
npar as posolblo to tho blanR paper.
With a linger of tho left hand keep
your place In tho book or manuscript
ns you writo, and you will find gener
ally thnt you can copy quite fast in
For a paper weight a heavy oblong
rcctnngulnr piece of brass or glass is
most effective Tho connecting of
words by long pen strokes has very
llttlo bad effect on the legibility of tho
copy and certainly saves time. Of
course, tho stroke should be long
enough to mark clearly tho break be
Writers who have a habit of dipping
pens In the mucilage and putting the
mucilage brush Into the Ink may find
It a good idea to keep the mucllago
bottlo Invariably at one side of tho
desk, and the Inkstand at the other.
Half of a lemon set firmly In a small
shallow support and renewed from
time to time will be found to remove
the finish from old pons quickly and
thoroughly. Another good way ot
bringing forth -the possibilities of new
steel pens is to let some ink dry upon
them before using.
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v 1 'fob
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Office Over N. A. Albright's Store
Red Cloud,!-:- Nebraska
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS 'I
VER' STATE IANK
Red Cloud ' a a Nebraska
RACE KEEPS ON IMPROVING
Modern Science Has Proved That
Even In the Slums Four-fifths of
Babies' Born Are Normal.
Tho encouraging word of sclenco
that "heredity 13 overwhelmingly a
forco for tho Improvement of tho
raco;" that "tho child at birth has, not
a few months, but 10,000,000 yearn of
unbroken lifo to bank him in his light
with environment," uud that "oven In
the slums fottr-llfths of all tho chil
dren are born normal' and healthy,"
was proclaimed by Dr. Woods Hutch
inson. "One excitable gentleman," ho said,
"figured out that tho rato at which
insanity was increasing wo would all
bo mad In a century und n quarter.
"He forgot that tho increnso was
due largely to tho fact that more cases
of insanity aro cared for today that
formerly. And, at tho worst, only from
1 to 2 Ior cent, of humanity is defec
tive mentally. A careful use of nega
tive eugenics, preventing the breeding
of real defectives, can roduco that pro
portion almost to nothing,
"The great man comes' up from tho
masses, 40 per cent, of the tlmo in ono
bound from an unknown father; even
oftener from unknown grandparents.
Nearly 30 per cent, of great men were
dellcato In childhood, though thoy aro
distinctly long-lived and robust in man
hood. The reason why more great
men do not come from tho really poor
Is that the stress of early environment
does not let them llvo."
Kootsoro and hungry tho boy plod
ded steadily on. Ills worldly posses
sions contained In
n bundlo swing
ing from a stout
stick, wero uhlft
ed now and then
from one shoulder
to tho other. Tho
sun wa hot, and
pushing buck the
worn cap, tho boy
wiped his fpre
head und face
whoro Inn and
t'.iat tbhi v.T3 not
hla first day of
oxpouurc to sun
and wind. Pre
ontly t'jo roofs of
n building camo
Into vlow, and as
b c approached
nearer, tho build
ing proved to bo n
fiiio old coloulal
I'ltsslng tho pillared portico, ho was
about to go aror.rl to a slt'e tnlranco
when n u. lining . jmmocii caught bin
bight, and going nearer ho tpolto.
"Pleaso can 1 got a drink of water
.Tho flguro In the hammed: sudden
ly raised lttelf showing a girl a little
younger than himself', a ;;1:J in a white
dreso and pink ribbonc, with stir shiny
hair -und deep blue oyc. which wld'
oned as, iinUead ot answering !a in
rjtilry sho domandud: "Are yoir'?
Not exactly, but I hai'.a't tho monfey
to rhl. nn I liint Iim.I tn wnlk."'l',v
The fair face fluphfd. then sbo htir
riod away, roturnlng a llttl lator vtlOi
n glatsj and pUchor of wytor, as well
aa a gencroun jilece of cu:.tard pie."
"Do you lilro tbls kind?" sic abked.
Ho looked at tuo pla. "You hot,"
was the proupt aiswer, and ho pro
ceeded to dispone of It.
"I'm obliged to you," acknowledged
the boy as soon ns speech zeemed ipos
slblo. He had thiown hlmseir on tllo
ground, but presently he started u.
"Well, I must bo utartlng on." ' - '
"Whoro- to?" f
"New York?" Why that's mllca
and miles away."
"I know, but I'll get there some
time. And, l' say, I thank you for
the pie and tho drink, and what's
"My name's Evelyn Wavo."
"Well, thru ioad-by Evelyn Vnrc."
Aa ho started tovhrd tho btrest Ye
turned to tiny. "Some day I'll coi".a
back and marry you, Evoljn Ware."
"Oh, will you?" sho returned scorn
fully. Then with a mocking smile cUc
Hobby Slinfto'ij t;nno to sen,
Silver bui-Mtii on his knoo.
liu'll coino liact: und mairy nlc,
Pretty nobby Slmfto.
His dostjnnliou was reached In time,
and durlug tho year that followed the
boy picked up haroly enough to main
tain a clothed und fed existence". It
came about, howovur, thut within his
second year he found himself occu
pylhg a menial position in the ofllco
of ono of tho dally papers. Six months
later ho took something to the editor.
The man read it, and looking up at
tho boy, asked, "Where did you get
"I wrote it la it good?"
Tho man gavo a low whistle. "You
wrote It? Well, keep on, my boy."
In time a Gtory under his name ap
peared in one of the magazines.
Others followed, and then camo the
inevitable writing of a novel. This,
after one or two rejections, was pub
'Ushed. His work ai reporter was
given up, and another novel produced
i which met with so cordial a recep
tion by the public as to placo "The
Highway of Fate" on tbo list of the
pear's best Boilers.
About this time be was Invited to
make one ot a house party given by
a society leader nt her country place.
A half hour after his arrival at Sum
,mer Acres, Wtlfred, standing near an
open window in his room, heard voices
below on tho piazza.
"Who do you think Is to be a guest
hero?" asked a femlnluo voice.
"l'vo no idea," another volco equally
feminine, but inoro musical, returned
"I.:i3 Mrs. Urafton Inveigled a star ol
tho llrot magultudo?"
"Something Hko It," was the re
sponso, "for this Is no less a person
nr;o than Wilfred Hunter, the author."
"Foualblo? So wo will all soon be
on tho Highway of Fate, If not already
there," laughed the othor.
"Yes, und If ho la aa good lookln?
as his plcturo, look out for your heart,
Evelyn, for 1 supposo yo'u havo one."
Wilfred started. Evolyn? That
nr.mo belonged to tho llttlo golden
haired fairy of his humble youth. Was
A llttlo later his quory was nn
swercd when ho was presented to
Miss Evelyn Wnre.
Ono day while they wefo walking
together, tho young man aBkcd:
"Would you think mo Insufferably
egotistical, MIbb Ware, It I told you
the outline of a llttlo story I have in
"On tho contrary, Mr. Hunter, 1
should feel deeply flattered," was the
Accordingly tbo man began. He de
scribed himself as he had been sixteen
years ago, poor, unknown and alono. .
"Aro you nobby Shafto?" .
"Yes," as his hand closed over hers,
"and I have come back aa I said 1
.liiliu It Motehenild
1!. L .Metcalfe l
(ieorue V. Ilervo d
John O Yosr r
.lolin Oploehu v ....
Ko-s l llMintnond r . . .
.1 II. Kemp i-
I! Ii. Unwell r
I-:. I). Snuvely d
' .linnet, I t aisuti !
Frniikllti A Slmlwiill r...
A. .'. Vaiiulstiiier
L. P. Albright r
Wnlter V. Hoiiglaiitl r
CoiiKresMiiuu Fifth District
V. W. Slifu.l
Asbtoii Shnlb'iihergX'r d.
Ha aril I'uiiie d , . ,
Thos ISiiliiKham r
S. K B.irloii r .-.
Win. L. WeuMier il. ......
O. K. .Siininelsoii d ........
.1. S Umler r
! V. Iliiinnfi'l r-
t -to KeireMlitutlvi
". c.k a-
G V. I.iifil-ey (1 .-..,.
,M. !' Ili-Ini'l r
a r. iiuitweii'v :...
Frank Vavrieku il
A. V, Hooker il
.). .t. (latber r
U. CV lleniikt. r ...-
Shijiiif " '
Ins. lliiliutku d
'""Win. Kiikpiiti'lck d ..
Chun. Keddon d
.U. K. Hudson d
tlrant Christ v 1
O D. Hedge i"
V. A. liureii'i r...
(ii-rtiudi; I, Coon d .,
E. (!. Cnldwellrt .. . .
Frank J. M inula v (1 ...
B. W. SU'watt, ".
(.'oniiii Surveyor, r
lino. H. Overingr
IL-nrv Conic il
I'M AinneU r. ,..,
County .lodge '
A. I), ltunuey
(Jen W. Trliifd ..-
H. C. WrlBht.il :
C. I). Itnbhfoii r
E. T. Foe r
County CommlNsioner -
Grant Shidler r
(i. Ohiusteile v '.
Lee DeTour d
Flojd MuCrtll r ,
Chas. Dicketiyin il
Fur Ameiiilmen-, No. 1
Aguiiist Amendment No. 1,
For Amendment No. 2....,
TTJ Aguint Amendment No. '2 ,
Vor Amendment No 3
JE?. Agnlust Ameiiiluient No. 3
' Notice to Non Resident
In The District Cwt tf Websier
ThoOuldoUock State Hank, a corporation
Christian llnnsen, Et. Al.,
Tho above named Dclondant.'ChriBtian
Hansen, will take notlco that tho Plalntltr
herein, The Ouldo ltock Htuto Dank, a cor
poratlon, tiled Its petition herein In the Dis
trict Court ol Webxter County, Nebraska on
the 27th day of July 11)14, aijalnst tho Delcnc.
ant, Christian Hansen, tho object and prayer
of which iHtoBCciireaJudKinent UKulnst tho
said Christian Hansen lor S8MW.55 and Inter
est therenn at 10 percent Irom March 27, 11IU:
aiid tor the satisfaction ot tho aforesaid
amount I'JalnJIirhas caused an attachment
to bo Uiucd uud levied on and asks for tho
sale of tho following property of tho said
christian Hani.cn, viz, upon tho South Hall
of tbo South West Quarter (s t-2 sw l-l) and
the . North Kusl Quarter of tnu nouin i-.u
Quarter (N".i:. 1-1 -!: 1-0 'l ,lll) So,"h
Half of tho South Knst Quarter (S 1-2 of S. K.
l-l), all In Town ono (I), Section Thirty
Tint.) CM) ItaiiBo Nino (!)) WVsUl I'. M. W -!
ster County. Ncbraskn,
Said action U on a proiilsi.uy note for
uiiviiwi.inii,isi!nt.-7. iiiia ui en hydufuudunt
to tliu plalntltr nn which there Is now duo
and unpaid, attur crcilltliiH an iijimmn
mulu on pilnilpal and Interest, the anioiiut
..iMui)MMiiiiiinriwint lu ner cent from!
Ill pj.;'f. . .......' -- -- . A.
March 27, 1U1I, from tho dulenuani u iuu
v..ii urn rriiulreil to answer said petition
on or before Monday the llth day ot Septem
)atedAiiBust3, UII4. .......
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AT BAILEY'S TIE BARN
Cloud -x- Nibrauka ,
Red Cloud, -:- Nebraska
Stcond House North ot I. O. O. F. Hall
Spinal Analysii Free
A Missouri Farm
For S5 Cash and $5 Monthly
No iHterest-Ne Taxes
Either ten or tweuty acres (you take
your choice regardless of size,) also
three town lots and 300 Bhares in suc
cessful 1,000 aero orchard company,
with two canning factories and full
equipment all for only 8300; 85 down
nnd S3 monthly without Interest or
tnxes. Will pay round trip railway
fare of buyers. Payments stop In
case of death. Write for photoin-anhs
and full information. Willis It. Mun
per, N. Y. Life Dldg., Kansas City, Mo.
FOR ItENT-A good TJ-room house
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