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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1916)
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RIGHT UNDER YOUR NOSE
nro sonio of llio richest and most productive Irrigated and
non-irrlKtitod hinds Iti the t'nlted StHtus. Von can buy
tliciu nt low pr'.cis tun on cxcoptinn.-illy tusy terms. Do
let litis roil oppor
K. A . SS A J 1111
Colonization nnd Industrial Agent
UNION I' AC NIC SVSTUM
I.nnd Mc-slt '.ft I'nlon I'nfille lldqts.
O M A I! , N K I! It A S K A
t unity push, imt nMi inu
TODAY for ivllul.le lufor
inntioii tiliont thesi' IiiikIn.
Alma Defeats Red Cloud
Lost Friday, the lied Cloud High
School llaaket Hull ten in journeyed up
to Alma whero they played tho High
.School team of that plneu a game In
tho evening. Our boys drew the Hhort
end of the icnro which was ft to IK)
The home team lay their defeat to
the faet that the game was played on
u wiiM'd Moor, the Alum hoys wearing
h'ioi'H nilnpU'd for Midi a llonr while
tho Wed Cloud boys poMi-Mil the
ordiuuiy teiif.l shoe":.
We are closing out our entire herd of
Big Type Poland China Hogs
Wednesday, February 9, 1916
es the Sunday
KN'OS UVKUY BAItN. IUVMUTON', NHIJU., AT ONI! 1 M.
2 Herd llj.irs, tiold Dust V nder and W'h l!ig Orange, two as
good boars us can be found; II inaluru miw.s, lmmuued, the best
money can bo V. by Mieii boars as expansion Over, Panorama, Itig
King, Referendum, .Miller's Chief Price and other noted boars. 1U
Full earllHKS. the piide of our herd and anyone ouht lie glad to
own such Individuals, they are by "s. Ilig Orange and Kef's Model;
1!) Sprliur (lilts the tops of 80 head, they are all bred to tho above
herd borfr.s for March and April Farrow, 10 extra food Fall Pigs 7
boai and .'I flits.
Plan to be with us sub- day and se:urohotuo of the best in the
Mute. Ueinombur tliK i inir nale, but viu buv at .our own price.
Write for ca'alngue it lill 'he whole story.
A. N. WAECHTER & SON J
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J. H. Steward Passes On
A Fins Program
,7. M. Meward. aged 71 yeais, paivod The Intermediate Le'igtie of the
away at the home of his son, Chueiicc, Methodist chuich (fave their program
south of Uladcu in Thursday, .lauuary Sunday evening which had been post
120th, after u brief Illness
Mr. Steward came to Webster eoun
iy several years ao and put chased a
farm in Line township where lie has
since mtiib; his home witli his sun,
Charley, and lamily.
Itolng a d-tnocrat in polities and
likewise free in expressing ids many
convictions he was well known and
enjoyed a wide circle of friends who
o.Mcud sympathy to the two wins and
three daughters that survive him.
Short funeral services was held Fri
day afternoon, Rev. Schaal of the
Lutheran church oulckiting. after
which the remains were taken to
Clrcloville, Ohio, accompanied by his
ms, Chat ley and Clarence, and daugh
ter, Mrs. ilolin Aubiiilion.
AilvcrlUr.:! Letter List
The lullnwiug is tlie list of unclaim
ed letters at the post olllee in this city,
for the week ending .lauuary UTth:
Mrs. ltenoplitiu LYo-o W. M. Forties
Mib. Albert Fos-dcr C. A. Uiutlirlght
Mrs .1. P. Grieves .le-sle Oglesby
Capt. I,eo MoI'n.v
If not called for before Feb. Join,
1'iey will be sent to tho dead letter
11. C. Li.t-on. P. M.
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iFuinjii mi- mu past uvii weeks, on ae.
count of the Illness of Mis. Myers, the
The pioiftam eonsl.sted of Bcripture
(piotations, icidings, instrumental and
There, arc cic.hty.oue members and
the thirty-one who took part in the
program received certificates for hav
ing finished tliu llrst year of tho nine
of the regular coarse of study. There
was a large audieiuo present and
u.ud i number of the program was re
ceived with approval. Parents have
reason to be proud of their children
who aie doing such excellent work in
tlie study of the course and who can
present a pi ogrum of such excellence
as that given Sunday evening.
As tho La (Irippe p
Will you help Nebraska on the Water
Mn, If voti want your boy In the
Sunday School, you had better be theie
you. self and don't be too long getting
thero your f-elf.
livery body ought to attend tho
Union Prayer ineol lug as wo mo get
ting ready for the special meetings,
If you have ns many men in the
classes ahead as you have little boys
behind, I believe you can keep the boy
who wants to cut the school.
Tho Fpworth Lengiio Is planning for
a social soon.
Union Prayer meeting next week at
the JJrcthrcn chinch.
The teacher of the lliblo class is very
anxious to have every member of the
class present next .Sunday.
The program of the Intermediate
Iiuiiguo was given lust Sunday evening
and was very highly appreciated by
all. As soon as another year of woik
is completed wc hope to have another
All In Due Time
I have in my osessioi
calves. Anyone ownini:
making proof of ownership may have
inem alter piying fust of advertise
m,)iil and care or keeping.
W. (). U-.su-,, Iuavale, Nebraska
Lowest Interest, best option and
terms to be had in the state. Money
always ready. Call for mu at State
k' C. p. Cither
All persons indebted to me please
call and settle by cash or note. All
accounts not settle I bv February -'Hh,
will be placed in a coll-cl r'.i hands.
f. F. A I.MS.
Nebraska's And Omaha's
Advantages To Be Told
Omaha, Nebr., .Ian. ,.,.1th. A view
booklet of Omahi and Nebtnska is
being prepared ly the Uureau of Pub.
liclty for nationwide distribution dur
ing the year. The booklet, similar in
general scheme to the one published
two yearn ago, willcoutain tin exhaust
ive levlew of the state and its various
resources. It will also point out the
opportunities existing in Nebraska
cities for live wire business men who
are looking for locations.
The Omaha part of the booklet will
be ueneral in chaiacter, giving the ad
vantages which the city olfor.s for busi
ness m.d home life. The main theme
of the booklet, however, will be tho
opportunities in N-braska
A fo'turc of the booklet will be the
combiu.'d iv-ources of the state in
table foi in. When easterners realize
that the v due of crops from the soil in
Nebrasl; . dating l!li:i, was SWU.UOO.Ouu
and tint tin' output was more than
one hnmiir.l millions higher than the
live jcu awfi.re, they will begin to
appreciate lh imp irtanee of Nebraska,
The table bo the total loioiirccs
ot the .st. ilo a mil mora than $'2,!)!H),
(KK),00o, and the aver.ig'i farm product
ion of more than ?.'. .MU).
Leonard Iteilnr leli thi- morning for
Lincoln where he will attend tho state
The laxative tablet
with the pleasant taste
Ptotects everymemberof fte
family from Constipation
the enemy of good health
10 25 50
Wo have the exclusive selling rights for this groat luxativo.
Trial size, 10 cents.
H. E. GRICE DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE. ' I
Tho following was taken from Tues
day's Omaha JJee:
"HEli Cl.ot'i), Nkii., Jan 22. -To the
l-Mitor of The ISee: The dotnocrats in
this part of the state seem to be some
what at sn as to I lie leeord of Senator
Hitchcock doritig the last session of
eongiess. viewed from the htmidurd of
what should constitute the lecoid of a
"Will you give us the facts as to his
support, mid aim bis opposition to th
great measures as pss-ked by our last
congress and couiinoiilj known as ail
mluNttaflon tueasurei. and the extent
of hissnppoit or opposition to these
"A great many democints here think
that bis bill against the shipment of
artiii or ammunition to tho lighting
nations Is Inconsistent and lopsided,
if we are to iigieo not to sell, wo
should aUo agree not to buy arms or
ammunition, under unyciieutnstunce,
even should u light be forced upon us
by a foreign 'country. Mr Hitchcock
may be able to harmonize these two
view points, but thus far has entirely
failed to do so. .1.11. 1Iaii,i:V "
When was the poll taken'.'
Chas Hunter shipped three cars of
cattle to Kansas City, Sunday
.Mr. Sadie Holdredgo who has been
very sick ft ra week Is improving
Mr. .lellVry was called to Lincoln on
account of the illness and death of his
Cecil and Melvin McCull shipped two
loads of cattle to Kansas City, Sunday
W. U. Wonderly shipped two nrvil
corn Saturday and one car on Tu.s in v.
Mr. Stickney who has been having
Invrippe don't -'eiu to improve much.
Mr. O 15. Haivey was quite sick
I'rlilay an 1 Sitii-day but is now ablo
to be up (igaln.
i Parley Dickenson and family moved
to Ui'd Cloud, Monday
.Visa Itlau -h B.ukcr sjvut Sunday in
M i s Hurl Smith and baby left Sal ill
da. inirniiiM' to make her ho-ie at
Liberty. Mls-oni, unli hi.r Imsbaud
who has l)-eu there lor some tune.
Pauline .Mitchell has been wiy hick
lor two week but is some better. .
John Uutledge spent Sunday in
Inavale with hLs family lie is now
staying at Ked Cloud with his mother
who is quite sick.
Floyd McCalt shipped llvo cats of
cattle to Kansas City, Sunday.
The Woodmen and Royal Neighbois
held their Installation of tillcers Tues
day evening in Mr. Hunter's hull.
'The Faimeis' Union shipped one
cur1 of hogs to Kinsas City, Sunday.
Agnes Vance Was' bitten by a r!og
Monday afternoon and Is gettli.g along
nicely at this writiug.
All accounts line the ilnr of Whit
aker ,t Duckies are to be paid to
Harry Uu klo', who has charge of the
business. As I desire to go to fanning
in the spring, all accounts must be
paid at once.
Having purchased the blacksmith
shop recontly conducted under the
name of Whltaker& Duckies, lam
now prepared to do
I Invite all old patrons of the
shop, as woll as anyone else desir
ing work of this class to give me a
trial. Ira Wolfe, who for years has
been employed In this shop, has
accepted a position with me, and
can be found at the old stand.
call and rr U
F. J. BARTUNEK
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud ' a " Nebraska
Dr. A. E. Boles
Physical Diagnosis Labaratory
Consultation and Examination Fijkk
'Osteopathy tho Science of Healing
by Adjustment." Given to the
World by A. T. Still, A. D. 1S74.
OFFICE OVER SMITH SHOE STORE
llOTit I'HO.NEJ RED CLOUD, NEBR
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Havinc Taken Charge of the Business
Formerly Conducted Under the Name of
Whitaker & Buckles, I am Offering Great
Implements, Grease, Oils
And Everything Or E&n&
Repairs Of All Kinds
Joilet Corn Sheller Repairs
We also wish to call attention to the fact
that the P. 8c O. line of implements may not be
carried in Red Cloud this year and this is your
opportunity to secure them at bargain prices.
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"Pretty fine looking
sox to 'car six months
without holes." 3W:4M
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since we .-.II we .r MlUV
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Profit Sharing Stamps Given
With Each 10 Cent Purchase
Kfs. Barbara Phares
Agent For Warner Hrss. Corsets aud Buttcrick Pottcrns
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR
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2 Pianos and Musical Merchandise
Calls Answered Day or Night
I ED. AMACK I
ALL THK PHONKS McFANLAND BUILDING I
V77 VHMHHV telK SfA
Mondell Homesteads Free
They nro golnK very fast. If you want a choice location don't delav
lortyone Hlings was a recent day's worlc at tho IIufTulo. Wyo.ntnB, Land
OUco A rollinK Brass covered prairie that will yield crops of whea , oa
millet, potatoes and every warden plant in surprising quantities S l2
stock country in the United States. Go to NorU,eu c C n ns to New
castle, I'pton, Moororoft, or Gillette, all in the Sundance LaSSSriS or Jb
Clearmont or Sheridan to lluffalo for Johnson County lands
The cost of securing n 320-acro Mondell tract is but 122 flline fee m.
U..ugh you may Und it desirable to employ at an extra fe a reHable loc-Uo
to help you make a ood select on. Call on our aent for iV.i ,
you reaoh either of these localities, or mZ mo 'n'ormatlon when
S.B.Howard, Immigration Agent
"Q" Bulldlug, Omaha, Neb.
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