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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1915)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CHIEF
Live Stock and Machinery
AND MY r
240 ACRE FARM
.Situated 7 lulled nortli and 2 miles west of lied Cloud, anil 0 iiiIIl8
west and 1 milt noilli of Conies, on
Friday, Feb. 26
At to O'clock A. AT. Sharp
Tills is nn A No. 1 funn finely improved; jjood fi room 2-slory
house, ood bin n, com ei lb, hop mid ,ot house, kiiihkc, wind mill,
cow hlii'd, silo, (-odd oicliiud; fi-nci il and cio.sh fenced; l(j"i ticies
undi'ilMyatUinJ.'lini'it's iiirnira; l.-i acioH In wliriit.4 Will sell '4
section with liiiprmeuienth or sepiuutc, or uhnlo tract together.
HUMS ON FAR11: SlCOn dim n on day ol" halo lliilance on terms to
Mill purchaser at (! per iviit.
rHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska
UBLIBHED KVKKY TIIUHSDAY
antcrid In lliu 1'OHtolllre nt Kid (loud, Net),
nn Second Clans Matter'
CIIK ONLY DKMOCHATIC I'AI'KH IN
28 Head of Live Stock
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWSsss:
7 HEAD OF HORSES
2 HEAD OF MULES
2 HEAD OF CATTLE
17 Heed of Hogs
FARM MACHINERY, ETC.
Lnnch on Groind
TERMS OFSAIE-A credit of 10 months time will ho tfiveii on all
Minis ourJ0, piiruhimur Hiving note and nnpioved security
with interest at 10 per cent.
J. H. Ellinger, Auct. W. A. Sherwood, Clerk
Superior is jtthllent because of the
very jjood prospect of scctirliik' n (,'ood
government building in tho near fut
ure. TI10 eOininiUce has lepottcd
favoiably on the lesoliitloti sotting
iipat-t SI 1000.00 for this purpose, mid
thoso in uhuifjo of the bill have every
assurance that it will go thitt. We
congiiitulato our sister city and trust
that bin: will have her fondest hopes
Secretary of Slate Pool and his olliee
force lire now worhlLgovertlmngettlin;
out 11 report upon the amount of tnves
paid Into tho Miitu by vlitue of the
corporation tux law. It Is hoped to
give a comprehensive showing, that
legislation may tie enacted with 11
better knowledge of tho needs and the
benefits to be derived.
(loorgu W. Trine is fitting up the
Liiidsey building and will soon have a
full line of shelf and heavy hardware
on dcspluy. Mr. Til ne is, well known
in this city and community as a Hist
class business man and he knows the
people's wants Ueud his announce
ment advertisement which appears in
this issue. Tho Chief extends the glad
hand and wishes the new enterpiiso
What Is tho Bost Remedy For
1 Constipation? -$
Tlihhn, 'iicstion neked ua many times
each dny. 'i lie answer 13
Wo guurantco them to bo satisfactory
to you. fciolj only by us, 10 cciita.
H. E. Grlco Drug Co.
When the street work begins in the
spiing, which Is not far uwny, wo be
lieve that one of the (list things to be
done is to properly grade the ground
! around the hitching racks of the city.
The horses have stamped Hies so long
that thoy have dug holes mound the
racks and now when n farmer wishes
to lie his team tho horses must stand
In water or mud. 11. he has a nice
buggy it is soon splattered with 11111(1
TIicmi places should be fixed at the
eat liest opportunity.
51 Choice Government Irrigated Farms Now
Ready in the Big Horn Basin
nl i..UOVL,TeI,,t KXpei'8 ,lf'r nn x'lt!n of soil ami water supply
ply have .put their strong approval upon ;,1 farms In tho Shoshone Project near
T'ir" -"ov.,u,.nt has p,u S3 per acre In a permane ,t v
right for those lands and asks only u return of tho money in so years without
ntercst, no payment for 5 years after the .list payment: no drawing! v" can
secure 0110 of these forms from 10 to 80 acres, if you act early.
In the North Platte Valley of Nebraska another Government Project
provides Irrigated homesteads on the same payment plan. O, , ors of e, im
proved and new lands at attractive prices and most a.orable tein.s. So".
Muff has one of the la.gest beet sugar facto, les In the United Stales.
.loin our homeseeker,' excursion 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of any month
aud see what these favoied sections otlVr you. J
Do you 10 ilie the worth of an irrigated faun which Covoinment Soil
Experts class as "choice?" Wilte mo vow inuiuii hon
S.B. Howard, ss't. Immigration Agent
1004 Farnnm St., Omaha, Nebraska
I will sell at my farm mile east of Riverton and 2 miles
south, iarm cornering at the new river bridge
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23
The following property to-wit:
85 HEAD OF STOCK
22 Head of Horses and Mules
All of good class and condition
40 - Head of Cattle - 40
Cows, Heifers, Steers and 1 Polled Durham Bull
25 HEAD DUROC HOGS
Farm Machinery, Household Goods, Chickens, Etc.
LUNCH ON GROUND
The members of thu Red Cloud High
School debuting team will meet in joint
debate with the high school of (inide
Kock in thi" near futuie. Prom all io
ports which we receive the debateis of
the high school arc doing very 'credit
able work and will given good account
oftlieinselvcs iu thu coming debate.
This work In school will be of very
piactlcal assistance to the pupils when
they assuinu the real duties of citizen
ship because they will be able to ex
piefcH themselves when ever tho oppor
tunity presents itself One of the
most common sentiments presented by
the average adult is that he cannot tell
what he knows and he feels this to be
a serious limitation. What we learn
as children becomes second nature to
us in later Hfo and if there is anyone
thing the American public needs it Is
the ability to express ideas. We trust
that the school authorities will make
this feature of school life a permanent
Report of the Condition
Webster County Bank
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Charter No. lOlii. Iiu iriorateil In the t:iU of
Ntlirnska, nt thu eloseof IhiiIikss I'ebruari
LoatiMittuI Discounts S73.III.0J
owriliaftK, Mcuml :uut tniMt-iiieil . .!iViS
riiriiltiireniiil rixtuus l.duu.(W
('iirruiw i'!ihsiwiiI taiMn:ilil ,70.' TS
Duufiom national unci statu
hanks ...fc MUwi.trJ
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hllvor. iilckiiisiiiidcuiin ... tiy.co
I uial eimli on liaml
I'lipllal Slock palil n
Iililf ItHuil deports subject
Tliui-ei itlllmtesutdi posit IU,1I,).!)S
I i iioslioi s' igtiarauty land
Raise Heavy Draft Horses
"We shall have very little use for
tho small driving horses from now on.
The automobile has come to stay and
will supeisede hi oi. The Intensive
fanning now leipiiied, and that which
we shall bo compelled to do In older
to deilvo a revenue that will remuner
ate the fanner on our highprleed
lands, will call for tho heavy draft
hoise. It ih the duty of every fanner
from now on to niise colts fiom well
bred draft stallions in order to mal.e
his business piolltuble to meet the
gio.it demand for heavy diaft noises
tnitt isulienilj heieaud that will con
tinually lniMi'Hio for inaiiv veins to
come." Daniel Kelly in Onunied
Agrlcult in e speech at the Kniveisity
TiRHSl-10 months time at 10 per cent over and ubovo S10 on
V. O. KOMJ, Auct.
K, T. ttumu 88en, Clark
Many Farmers Reached
The eipiivalenl of all the men in
rural Xebuislta between the ages of St)
and 0. attended the ngi icultural meet
ings of the agricultural extension ser
vice during Mil 1. M' ling to figures
shown in thu annual lepott given dur
ing Oiganled Agihiiiltural Week at
tho L'nivcrslty l'arin. The repot t
"uoj iintL id Dinners' institutes,
short courses, special demonstration
meetings, f.peclal women's clubs meet
ings, special junior meetings, county
fair exhibitions, and miscellaneous
meetings woie held. The number at
tending all meetings whs praotically
'2J.l,000. Iu the same report it was
noted that the poisonul correspondence
of the depaituient amounted to '-'0,11:
typewritten pages. Over httlf a mil
lion circular letters of Information
were used, In addition. The number
of extension bulletins sent on request
amounted to (W,8fiu copies.
'''0,il S H3.u5J.so
jsiwrr.oi' Ni:iiit.sic., i ,
County of Wel.sur, (
l,h. K. ri.oiiXMi., eashler of the allow I
liaim.il iMiik.duliiiiliy snc.ir that thealioxu
htiiteuiLiit iHiirorriit and tt no eopy of the
report Hindu to thu Statu llaiiklnu' Hoard,
si. It. I'l.UltANCK,
II. I'. Mii:k, Dlrtetor.
t'. I. I'ol'K. Illnetor.
Subscrlliul aud sworn to htforo mo tills
I7th day of IVIiruary 1UI5.
(sua i) o. f. Tki:i., Notary l'ulille.
In the ounty Court of Webster County
Wtltotir County, f ss
IN tho matter of tho estate of W'ts&tl
WesseN. Sr., ill tensed.
Clli:i)l'l()lt!5df Hildestato will take notice,
thai tho tliuu llinlud for prescntallon and
lllliu- of clnlniB against the Hainu Is August
aith A. 1. l',)ir; nnii for the payment of
debts Is. Iniiiinry'JU, lUlit, that I will sit at the
county uourt room In Mild county on thu Sdili
day of Ainiasl 1)15, at 10 o'clock, A. M to
rtctlve, uxamlne, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections dul Mini.
Hated tills JJtli dny of January, A. I)., 1910
A. 1). iian.i:v,
(si.w.) County J udiie.
C It. stasxulia, Attorney.
In the County Court of Webster County
l.v tho matter of the estnto of I'redrlck
CltniMTOIlS of said estate will tnko notice
that tho tlmo llmltid for lirtscutatlon and
illltiK of claims tiKnliiHl the saino Is Aiiuiitit
!2fith, 1015; mid for tho payment of debts Is
January isoth, lull), that I will sit at the
county court room In said county on tho IWth
daj of AiiKiiht 11115, nt 10 o'clock A. M to re
ceive, examine, hear, allow, or adJuHt all
claims aud objtctlons duly llhd.
DatiilthNiMtli day ol .laiiuarv A. P., 1UI5.
(Seal). A. I). HANNKY, County .Indue.
Notice of Final Rt port. '
In tho (utility Court of Websttr county,
In tin matter of the rstnleof Amos (iust,
All persons lutirisiid In said estate, tire
hereby nolllled that the Admlulstiator tins
lib d a linn! account and r port of hlsadmlii.
Ihtrntlou. and a pclltlon fur Dual suttlunu ul
of Ills nc count and u order for the distribut
ion of tin pmsonnl t stale In his hands and a
dlscliarut! from bis irusi, which haNo Ik en sit
for hi arluc lit foresaid court on tho 'iM dny
of l'ebrunry, III 15, nt 10 o'clock, A. M , whui
all jiersoiih lutiristid In tho nremlsis may
appiar and coutist tho same.
Dated tliln:M day of l-'ebrunry, IU15.
SKAI. A. D. ItANNUV,
F I R E
SHOES AND HOSE FOR
ALL THE FAMILY
ONLY COME (NTO OUR STORE AND SLCP
YOUR FEET INTO A PAIR OF OUR SHOES. THEY
WILL LOOK SO WELL. AND FEEL SO GOOD. AND
THE PRICE WILL BE SO LOW THAT YOU WILL BUY
THEM. THEY Wl,L GlUE YOU SUCH LONG WEAR
THAT YOU WILL COME TO US THE REST OF YOUR
LIFE WHEN YOU NEED SHOES.
OUR HOSIERY WILL PLEASE YOU. TOO.
THE MINER BROS. Co.
"A MIGHTY SAFE PLACE TO TRADE"
Mr. Geo. Trine wishes to announce to
the public that on
February 27, 1915
He will open a cash hardware
store in the Lindsey building. He will
carry a full and up-to-date stock of
hardware, stoves, etc., at prices that
are right. Your patronage will be ap
preciated and every effort made to
serve your interests.
Quality in Every Line
If You Are Nervous
and ore losing weight, wo recommend
that you take-
for a short time. Apmortatfoowhjcb
H. E. Gric Drug Co, ,
THE ALARM is a dremtrul thing
Of FIRE for tho man without
insurance. Every time ho sees the
engines racing aloiitf his heart comes
up In his throat if tho fire is anywhere
near his place. What folly, what mis
THK COBT OF is so small that it
INSURANCE need hardly be
considered. The freedom from worry
alono is worth it many times over
Have us insure you to-day.
To Be To Attend the
. . United Church
Sunday, February 21st
"Is It Ever Right To Lie"
"Miracle, Fact or Fiction"
Don't Stsy at Home! Come!
United Church l. beebe,
'' l8tDrWMti:. t. F. Hall Pastor
tST RidTh OU.I ."nd Kmp PMttd on Church N.tt.r.
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