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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1915)
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RED CLOUD, NZB1AIIA, CHIEF
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8 O e O Ijm
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S I Want!" Jgj
gVSji 'Give mo cake made Jf 3 !
X!rt with Calumet I know lint C?
KM I'm nenl"! -now ',,s Jf'C
AJ putelioliomc, nourishing, uy
w templing and tasty. &0
tf$r "It's nil iii Calumet's won- Jg?
JM durful leavening nml tatting CO
frt power Its nb.clutc purity, fttj
jfyl I Ciluinct isr uniform JVJ
jy results ami economy." gyp
fl' .ui ciJ i.'oi r SCr
jOI SilS'lln ISunJCtH. t,
Cheap anil big canUakingPowdersdo not
gave you money. Cnlumetdoes-it'aPure
and fur superior to sour milk and aoda.
A sermon by Deacon Walker, taken
from the I.tneo'n Her.tld, November
'We still run across fellows whoiro
trying to fool tho Lord nnl get to
liHHVen on half fare They imagine
t'.mt bocauc they diess tip a little on
Sunday and go to chuiuli and dtop iv
few nickels Into the collection box
they have btlbed St. I'oter for unother
week. They fotget their neighbor,
tho pearly gates and everything else
during the next six days. They shin
their brother and break every com
uiaridment in the decalogue- of de
cency with no pang of conscience.
Then on tho first day of the week they
Rgaln think of the happy golden
strand and go forth with it hymn book
x ider their aim ami Hie dime for the
Election bnv in their vest poukct.
r'unny how they fool themselves If
you should intimate to one of thmu
that they me not religious they would
lietunllv bo insulted. They work tho
same game year after year They oc-
vmniiaiiuiiiiiiHi'iiiiiH iiiiniiHiwiiwi.i' nn.i i in iiinwi'iraniHiiunii :vi
HENRY COOK, M. D.
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES j
lAMIUIHinillll idt'l'.i ..i1 ' , ii 1 'VI -
Sooner or Later You Will Have To
Repair That Corn Crib
WHY NOT NOW?
PLATT & FREES
I IP MI-
CUARANT E.'ElrD 4
Miner Bros. Co.
Cftssloniilly fool n few inntnborn of llio
Hock and Hotnotltncs the tiuvv minister
lias to take a month or two to git
tii'.xt to tht'tn Unt tint day of reckon-
tig COIIIUS "
The Slouch Farmer
The following from the Nebraska
1 .limit- of Wednesday. November, IT:
To lotun Ciu-lc I huvo In-fore llle u
. ii.M1h N'( Iir.iMiu r.tiinei' of Octo
I" i i mmiii lining the nit Me about the
. mi. h fid ii by Mrs intou Miimll
lnii or Dmilder u unity, tuln-mlo. She
iiihwis l liu to tidy up a bit, lent he
should make hiniMdf mlh-uloiis In the
eyes of the clly folks.
I don't i. now who these city folks
could he who would dine luiigli at the
coiintiy folks, but it Neither the- coik
headed, good-for-nothing piece of hit
maiillj that sits on I he bench at the
coiner stole, drnssed in his glad nigs,
for winch lie still owes, or the much
diessed, frizlyhalrcd, gum-chewing
women whose only accomplishments
ate tutting, fudge eating and giggling.
The hitter accomplishment bus become
I'hionlc, so It is now consideied n
ilis-iiHc. Hueh pei.-oiiH lack tho inde
pendence of the happy runner, or
slouch riuiuer, I should say.
I don't believe there mo any of tho
slouch fanners iirtiuiid heie, but 1
have seen the honest, tiled farmer
cntno in Iroui tho Held when ho had
biokeii some of his machinery, and
wash the dirt from Ills bands and face,
and go to town lor 1 epulis without
changing those despised patched blue
oveiulls, so he might get back to woik
as quickly as possible.
Hut who would date to call him a
slouch even If he did wear his work
clothes and straw hat'.' lie- doesn't
caic for the brainless few who would
luiigli at him. Ills friends mo the
bunkers, the merchants and the black
smiths with whom he deals and who
eMoiid to him tho glad hand, tor It is
the farmer who makes It possible for
them to stay in business. He can put
his dirty hand in bis faded blue over
alls ami llsli out ii check book to pay
his lulls, lie is honest, he is Intelli
gent, he is economical ami that Is
w nit counts.
Mis. Hamilton thinks the fanner
should wear shoulder braces. Not all
farmeis have stoop shoiihleis. I
wonder what she would suirgest for
the city man who has tho hump in
trout so that ho hasn't seen the tips of
his shoos for years. I would suggest,
that he cease lighting booo, put on a
pair ot blue, overalls, take a few les
sons in politeness ami get out on a
fuiih with tho respectable slouch farm
er and go to work.
Webster Uo. MItS. S. FARMER
Corn Shelter For Sale
A I hole .lolllct corn stieller with ex
tension feed. Tho sheller has been
run one season and is as good as now.
Iu(iilie of II. itassor or E. Hiines.
New House For Sale
A now four room house with screen
ed poichHby Hi feet. Wilt soli ut a
very reasonable price. For further
information Inquire of The Chief.
Much Adler-i-ka Used
In Red Cloud
It is leported by C U. I'ottillg that
much Adler-i.ka Is sold ill Red Cloud
People have found out that ONE
Sl'OONl-Tljor this simple buckthorn
bark and glycerine mixture relieves
almost ANY CASE of constipation,
sour or gassy stomach. It Is so power
ful that it is used successfully In ap
pendicitis. ONE MINUTE after you
lake it the gasses rumble ami puss
out. It Is peifcctly safe to use and
i., i i ,i , kt ? i iiastiiiirjiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw n 'iiiiniiiifi'irara
Ii II , M 1 ll,' I . I -I..3I. ill!
Tne EplRCOptil Chinch throughout the
Unito.l Stnten enter upon a preaching
mission next week, the Ht-a-oti of A I
ventwhich rtnpb i-'Z h the romi jr
of Christ. Solvation through Jouh
Christ will l.e (.trexscd i a I id
preschm. Tin'm misdniH will int
in the l.irgir ccntetH for stxillt two
wttuhs. In the mll(er rhoiCutM like
till in It" I C'iiiiiI, four ot H' iM
vi I lit- ml ttmi 1 IhniiJit advliHi I -I)
in Y umr, Uctiir o' Si M'lm
Miurt'ii -it IUxlinit Will in' id ti'neti-
r h'-it' ixl wueh, hi'tfiKiiicg Tiicdy
iiUhi. S-rvl'cn will be h I i ut follow.;
T.ium1 to I-'nlxj thi iiimIii pteiicting
((.rvi.-H i,i 7:'I0 eh igiil Toll .ii
lie llio popuiHr mtI'C. Si.o pt ii
ing Hervlec with lie .tilitul Iiviihm. At
I each afternoon, . (I viit'on-il citvIci
and histructlnii mi ihiegs vital In (he
Christian life. A 0 o'clock each morn,
lug a hhnrtenetl ueivlcn tor the ceh
brailoi of the Holy Cjinmuiimu with
out vurinoii. Thertc are all open to the
public. You are urged to come to the
firt ucrvleu in oriUr 'o c i'c'i h npiril
ol 'he who e. You can .tally ntay
away if ou don't like the llrnt one.
J. M. Baths, Pastor.
licnl Blitti: Iruiisfr.rs.
Real Estate Tratisfeis enmplled by
II. W. Stewart, Hondo I Abstiacter and
Attorney, Red Cloud, NubrasKii.
Herman Harlg, single, to T. (J.
Montgomery, wd, lot 12, Ulk. .1,
ISnrbcr's) Aild Red Cloud S 1500
Frank H. WoodiulV, Single, to
Sarah ilelikius, wd, lots 1, 2, .'I,
Shuck's sub-div annex lot 1,
Red Cloud lUOO
j. E. Spenec et al to llauali Wor
ley. wd, lot Hi. Hlk. 1, Spenec
.V: Ilennctt's Add Itladen 200
L. E. Spend: et al to llanah Wor
ley, wd, lot 11, Itlk 1, Hpcncu
Al Iteiiuetl's Add Hladeu lHOD
Emma Miller ot ul to II Caiid
reauld, wd.no', 20-l-U' r.OOO
Adellx-rt Neville, single to Jan
ettu h. Nuvillo, qcd, sw :il-t-K)
R..I. KoehlerA: wife to E. T.
l''oe, qcd, ncj , T-.'l-lu 1
C. I). Robinson, Tieas., to Mar
tini. I. lilndsey, tr. d., lot 1,
lllk. 7, Railro,id Add Rod
.loliu I). Olmstede and wife to
Mary C. Urouks, wd, seJJ, scU
of wj. 27-1-it 1)J00
Herman Ilium ami wife to John
Rostock, wd, lots (, 7, Ulk. l(i
llluc Hill .'120
Mortgages Filed $20,100.00.
Mortgages Released $11,572.50.
The Mrs. H.' C. Cutter
V ' rr' "..
On account of tho death of Mr.
ter, and Mrs. Cutter wanting to go
east and make her future home with
her sister, we are otYering this fine
residence at a bargain price for a short
This place consists of three lots, a
good seven loom house well built and
In llrst class repair, good collar bricked
up outside and Inside entrance. Elec
tric lights, cUv water, bath with hot
ami cold wuicr (iood large bitru with
driveway from trout, all buildings well
painted, good shade and lawn. Cement
walks inside and out hIso from resi
dence to t ii ii i 1 1 part of town, only live
blocks t'loiu the Post Olllce. See us or
Mrs. Cutter for prico and terms. Rut
do it now for if it sells at all it must
Wo also have 10 quarter sections in
Rawlins County, K.insiis, that we arc
offering at a price ranging from 8700
toSUKXi per (punter.
Hutchison & Saladen
In the County Court of Webster County
sr WK OK M-:illlSk' ,
In till) mutter l tho I'stntu ol William
Clllllil I'OKS ol hiitilcstnto will tiiko iiotlic.
Hint tilt' Unit' limited lor prcsi'iitntltin iiiul
IllliiK"! claims annliHt tluit,aiuu Is June tilth,
llllll; nml for the )i:tymeut ot debts Is Novum
f.ltti, llllll, that 1 will sit at tho county court
room In said county on tliu lUtli ilayol ,!iine
I tl 111, ut 10 o'clock, A. M to receive, oxniii.
Inc. hear, allow, or adjust all claims and ol
Jietlons duly tiled.
Dated this tilth day of Noveiulicr, A. H lUla.
A. I). IIANNKY,
iSh VI.) County .Indue.
Order io Sliow tausn
.Slate ol NeliniHU, l in 'the (ounl Court.
elisler I DunlJ. ( '
A fa County ( ourt lu Id at the Count)
Court room tn and tor miM count) Wnluch.
Is tho mallei ol the istato ot Henry ('.
ON n adlui; and llllnu the u lUUin of loliu
VIom, pra) Imj that administration of said
estate may lietrauted to Cora M. eultir,
widow of i-ald lUciilint. a Administratrix.
OltlU.ltrP. that 1'rlday Hit lot Ii da) of
IHccnihir. . I. 1U15, al twoo'clocU p, m. Is
nsli:iiid for liuirlnu'i-ald pi tltlou, when all
lu icons lull rtsud in fald matter may ap.
pt ar at a l ounty Court to tc lit Id In and for
aid County amUhow c:uim why priijtr of
petitioner hhould not he uranttd; and that
lmlUeol thoptiidrnt') ot aid petition and
the iRarliiK tht rts)f lie lin to all perMius
luteristed lu stil.l matter, by publlt-hlnt; a
copy of this ordtr In the lied Cloud Chief, i
weekly newnpaper prlutid lu hitlil county,
for thne consecutive wttks prior to said day
A I). It isvm,
(bial) County Judge,
Bulletin On Lamb
The Nebraska Agricultural Kxperi
iiieut Station Ins just issued Ilulliu
N.i. lo'., on "I.tinib Feeding E. crl
incuts" IMiinv In I free by its,
dents of Ni'bt.isk.i on iippneilori to
tin- Hlreeloi of Him Agi Icilltiiril R
perlimn' N'mIkhi, Lincoln, ,.i,i
Iii ilic County out t ci1 Uili&tir Uunty
ir ricni' m.iiii wu a . .
ttehKtcri (Miiit, ( '"," j
I the niMttir ol the mtntc of Puht I..
(Iront ilcccnKoii. i
I III. linolCfof mild mtntc will lnl,e iioilce.
thai the tlniB limited tor prescntntloii and
illliiK of rlnlniK n.'Mlnsi ihe siimc . .Iiuie
Kill. 1UIK. ami lor i In. nnnnt ol dclilH H
NoMiulicr IJth. lillil. that I will elt at the
coiiiiij ('iii t loom In mild county on the I'llh
da) of ,liuii' HUH, at 10 o'clock n.m.. to re
cti c, examine, hear, allow, or adjust nil
(InliUHiiiid oli.kctlimt duly tiled.
I intid thh IJIh day of Noicuilicr. A. I)., IHir.
(Mill.) A. I). liAN.VrJY. ( ouuly ludiic
fXotlcn of Probatn.
In tliutoiiuty Court ol Wt Inter (ountj,
M.'ilcof Nihrasl.a. i s
Wtlwter ( ouuly. (
To all perwjns Intcrntcd In the tstalo of
Adam Morhart, Deceased:
TKi: NOl'K'i:, that a petition has hem
(Hid ir:iliiK thai theliistriiuient lllcd lit tills
court on tholHlda.vot ll( rem her I'lir, nurnorl-
Inmohe the last will and tistauicut of said
diciaseil, may he proved and allowed and
recorihd as Hie last will and tistauicut of
Adam Morlmrt deceased;! hat said Instrument
hendiiilitid to pridiate, and the administra
tion of N.'ild estate ho craiitcd to Kllicrt I.
It Is hen hy ordered h the court. Unit all
persons interested lu said (state appear at
thel'oiiuty t'oiirt lo he held In and for said
county on tho 'JTth day of Hieemhtr 11)1,1, at
ten o'clock A. M., to show- cause, II any tin re
lie why the prayer of the pel Itlonir should not
lie r:int'il, and that notice of the pendency
of said petition and the hearing tlurcof, ho
nlvi'ii to all pcrMins lunrcstut lu said iiuilli r
hy pahllshliuacopy of thlsordor In the l!(il
cloud Chief, a lens I wickly new spa pi r print
id In Mild county, for three cousccntlvo
wicks prior to said day of hiariin;.
WltiKss my hand and the seal ot said
court this 1st day of liicciulxr, A. I).
llIS. A. II. ItVNNCV.
(si:vi. County .ludije.
-COL. R. C. PETERS
SEE HIM NOW FOR
He Understands Livestock
Values and" 'Has Enjoyed
Great Success as an Auction
6b'r That Gets The Money.
IMIONE (Ht WIKE DATES TO
COL. R. C. PETERS
Guide Rock, -: Nebraska
ON STRAP WORK
For Farm Harness
X inch Hame strap 15cts
1" Pole and Breast
strap No. 1 80 "
" Pole and Breast
strap No. 1 $1.00
inch 20 ft Teamlines 5.50
1 inch 18 ft Team lines 4.50
We are Oiling Harness
Now For $1.00.
This is the time of year to Oil
F I RE
THE ALARM is it ilreiullul tlihiR
OF" FIRE for tlio limn without
insinniifo. livory time ho ( the
etiKl'''s t'lH'iiiK .'ilotm his heiirt comuh
tip In his throat If the tin i any vvhorc
lie, ir his pliuv Wlmt foil), vv hat mis
THE COST OF is so small that It
INSURANCE neeil hnnlly be
ootisliletoil. Tho (i'ociIoui from worry
ulonu is worth it niiiiiy tiiui"? over
Have us Insure you to-iluy.
O. Cm TEEL,
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Tm m urirni ii
i m jA
A Purchase of $1.00
JRfs. Barbara Phares
i3S3a liu eses ohhmci
Pianos and Musical Merchandise $
Calls Answered Day or Night
ALL THE PHONES
The United .Church Will Hold An
RvaiMVAlatlijl 'f amnoinn l'lvniioMir IQIfi
We Will Be.Glad
Operation Of All
"Shall We Prepare For War?"
Subject Sunday Evenlner. Docombnr S
Services For The Next
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR
PLATT & FREES
Secure A Farm In The
North Platte Valley
TUB NORTH I'LATTK VALLEY, frequently cnlleil the "Scottsbluff
country," is limiting u more wotulorful fallowing every year in its production of
IrriKiited crops suur beets, utftilfti, potatoes, wheat aud oats; it is becoming
one of the richest localities for breeding nud fattening of live stock. Many
Cjoveriinient irrigated holdings of 1G0 acres are being reduced to MJ acres,
making it possible for land seekers to secure St) acre tracks litigated under
the reliable sjstem of the Government on terms that never again will be dupll
cited All wo can ask is that you visit tho Valley and lot our agents put von
in touch with reliable (Inns Ask about tho crop tonnage, the Increased ponu
lation, uiul note the general prosperity; this will tell you what advance in
land values you may expect thete in the next live years
Or wiile mo tor tho Uurllngtotis new niihllentluii. V.i.-tii ii..i.r v,.ii
Lit mc help joh go there and see fcr
of tho West.
YOU ran tub and scrub
a WARNER'S Rust
Proof Corset and always
keep it fresh and clean.
You can wear it in the
hottest weather in bath
ing if you like everything
about it is guaranteed Rust
Proof. Water will not
hurt the cloths and trim
mings, wash it as you will.
SI to $5
or More Delivered Free
To Have The Co-"'
Six Months In Th
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your self this locality which i.s the talk
S.B.Howard, Immigration Agent
1004 Farnam St., Omaha, Nebraska
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