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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1916)
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Pianos and Musical' Merchandise (i
Calls Answered Day or Night
ALL THE PHONES
5 . v y a c
ANY YEARS of experience devoted exclu
sively to the Harness and Horse Furnishing
business enables us to produce the best there is in Har
ness. We do not say it as a boast simply as a straight
fact and "we deliver the goods. We are doing a
splendid business in single and team Harness and would
like you to ask your neighbor how our products suit,
Trunks and Suit Cases
Don't forget that wc carry Trunks and Suit Cases.
We have a good assortment to choose from and our
prices are as low as the lowest.
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HEISIRY COOK, M. D.
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES
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Sinceathe Citizens of Red Cloud Have
Been'. Unable to Produce SliplessJSide
CWaliSTancll ach Winter.: Many Falls
A? r JiL O J C1. l.11BIHI
re nausea idv onow anu oieei.....
SeejJVan Before You Slip
Luk MoLuka ;: ,
It ntlfht bo u kikmI nohet.ie for everjr
coiiplo to get iintrrled ou tbe 13th of
tlio iiiimtb. Thi'ti they would uuve
sutnethltij! lo lilnme It on In Inter yc:irs.
When a limn mn- shopping with his
wile lit Is I'llhet helipeUe(l or III Into
Kve. lli-lK iiiow that If the ho
i.i. i. l tn 'iiliiv l".te iiin'ei-'ti mi elll
eleiii.i c.Mi tiiiini t uni dii.' dell; would
nm tirnt ami the inniiup'i lint.
If we h.ul to iinhiittoii our uvorcoalu
ami net ilowti Into our pniiM pockets
to vx twill H.viiipnth.v wo would ho ni
Htlni;y with sympathy na we aro with
aotno otlicr thltii,".
The hl difference tictween tlie pa
rade put vn by u woman when uhe
starts downtown ntul the parade put
on liy n circus when It marts down
town Is that the circus paints the whole
wngoii and keeps some of Its ttiyn
torlous nttrnctlons under cover.
Low of people who wouldn't work
for you for $2 per day are perfectly
willing to attend to your huslnesH for
Father sometimes belleVQS thut the
ronson why the bnby doesn't yell any
longer than It docs la because father
Isn't home any oftencr than no K
What ban become or the old fashion
ed bride, who wii9 ashamed of tier
storo hair and hid It from her bun
Most women know that gambling U
wicked. Out It eases her conscience n
whole lot If her husband happens to
A man who has patience enough to
sit down for a year and a half and
color a meerschaum pipe baxn't pa
tlcnce enough to devote a minute and
a half to undressing one of the chil
dren at night
Some men are too thin blooded to
work in winter and too thick blooded
to work In summer.
Yon never bear winner boiler that
the cards were stacked.
Common ordinary diseases tike small
pox will snaggle np to you without
even asking your name. Rut n hlirh
brow disease like kleptt : miii:
mow your social atatiis and '. your
bank account before It will ooiuh'xeend
to mnke your acquaintance.
Cheer up! Tbe cost of everything
else tins gone up. but happiness and
smiles and kind words are as cheap
On TUeMlsy crenlng about one
humlreil men met with the iteutlcinen
who comprUe Hi Dilile OIhmi of the
United church, In the Masonic hall,
where all enjoyed a wHI prepired
ptugram. Fteil M Mirer noted hs toast
matter, In his usiinl plensiiitf uiatiner.
anil slim t spMi-clii-s minus, iniii mikI
iitliiiiit liiiii-iieiiii, i-ompi i e the iiiniii
ft'iilllli-H of ilii-, iiotable oi-L-it-ioii, I lie
Itlblo ula-s lint on its iiieuiln-ishlp toll
"nun' of tin- tnost studious men of the
city, all of whom believe in keeping
oat of the rut.
Famous Painting "of Adam and
Drapsd on Request of Fas
1 An art treasure of Ghent cathedral
(which seems to have been saved for
.another fate has a long and curious'
-history the triptych of the Van
JRyckn. Commenced by one brother
iltt 1420 It was Anally finished by a
'third brother in 1432, and represents
jAdam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.1
It has traveled much, but was In Drus
feels in 1784 when the Emperor Joseph
visited that city and he waa ac
'.shocked at the nudity of the revered
subjects that the museum wa3 closed
and 'the figures were draped by thJ
Arusi ikjd in uuiureiice 10 ui
wishes It -managed to get to ParUl
to 1791 and was Hold and resold, reat-j
Ing for a time In the old museum at
Illorlln. Restored In 18lC, It was later!
conccnled until 1SCI and lated found!
lta vny to Ghent, where t now resta
'vun;ii viHiuiiK royauy or nil mo na;
tmn wonhl 'bo' shocftecPnt.a niije
yiaam nnir rvo in uieao nays, apa.
'whal"ebunYry Wmiltl pe'Vo'churieQus
'as to have tHfc nrlrtrandss draped In',
deferenco to a foreign monarch's
last no nnw?
Report of the Condition
., Webster County Bank
RED CLOID, NEBRASKA.
riinrter N'o. 1019, Incorporated In tlio Stati ot
Nuhranka,nt tlio closo of ImiliiiHs I'ehrunry
Loans unit Dlncounls ...... .fut,4fr,i
Ovcrilralts, secured and unsecured... H1.W
l-'urnltureand Fixtures. . ljOO.OO
Current oxpcnseo nml taxes paid....... 2,lB2.3U
t)uu from iiatloiint and state
Checks and Items ot exchange '3)0 87
Curruiicy Slid gold :i,0t5.00
jll Z3E1I: llr
vA w aator"J"y'
my JH Vmf uuiuus
Sli CK5535Sk wil lluu,aij:
3iaW sav. wSwBSSsriVa-'- wmjTj
Silver, nickel and rents
Total cash on hand ,
Total 8 t39.irS.67
Capital stock paid la liVUOO.OO
Hurptits (und ... ...... 6,000.00
Undivided protlts .... ... 5,39J.,t
Individual deposits subject
to check 71,820.71
Time and Demand certificate-sol
Depositors' ijuaraiity tuud
STATE OK NKHKA.SKA, I.,
County ot Webster. f
I, H. It. l-'t.oUAMCK, cashier ot tlio above
named bank, do hereby wear' that thoaloe
statement Is a correct and truo copy ot the
report maJe to the State Hanking Hoard.
S. It. I'LOItANCi:,
ATI kit: Cashier.
II. K. Mikk, Director.
C.J. I'oi-k, Director.
Hulwcrlbod and sworn to before me this
23th dny of February lUUU
(skat..) Ukun.mii) McNknv.
Ill the CMNty Ciwrt T Wrtater Cawty,
Statu ot Nebraska, iu
Webster County. fm
lu the matter of the estate of Zvlpha
Creditors of kald ewtatt- will take not lie,
that the time limited for presentation and
tlllni; of cliilmsagalust the same Is st-ptem-ner'i'.tli,
tuiG, and for the payment of debts Is
.lanimry oth.tlOiT, that I will sit at the county
court room In said county on the UUth day of
Hepteiiibcr, A. D. 11H8, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to
rt-ceUe, c-XHiulue, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims anil objections duly tiled.
Dated this 'Jlst day ot t'ubruary, A. I)., Win
(Seall A. D. Uannkv,
Natlce af FImI Reart.
In the County Court ol Webster county,
Iii the matter of the estate of Cllabcth
All persons Interested In said bhtate, are
tietVby notified that the Kxecutor lias tiled
a tfnnl aciouut and report of his administra
tion, and a petition for llual settlement of
tiKaVcount and ii'ikcree of distribution ol
peHonalty and 'a dlschtirgo irom' his trust.
iwlilrtf hae been stt or luarjng lieforosald
conn on me ;ini nay oi Aiiifcn. . r.iti. hi iu
u'eloel:. A. M . whiiHtV plVoVirinttrcstcd
In tliy.primlsesinay apH.m:ml Mrtest1ltO
Dated this 1,1th da; of IVbrimrj , l'.ll.
f 1- . 1-3 A. I. It.VN.SKA,
We Have In Stock
At All Times The
Singer - Free
It Would Be a Wafte of Time To
Tell You the Good Qualities of
These Machines. Just Ask Your
Neighbor That Has Used One For
20 or 25 Years.
CALL IM AMD SEE THEM
Furniture Dealer H
Geo. M. VanCamp. Agent
,a For The Travelers ol Hartford
' The Oldest and Largest Accident Co. in the World
VHWES! Ind. 241 Bell 128
SwrmiM'iiiJi- i"' ' 'i
Sunday At The United Church?
the Seventh Chapter of Ro
mans a Standard of Christian
i Morning SubJocV
Who is Christ and What
His Relations to God?
Communion Service Sunday Morning
whs ito uri'il by Mis.
MiiriutiColi! Fisher ntul
MWi l'atixy Uiwfti,
lofli of. wjimn nii'
Uuttcil Stnti's ns f
piftti in.-. Hoitu-'-tli-I'li'tici'
f'ulii' mn wot thy of
' tin) oi'ciision In ovoiy
ti"pi'iJt. UmIIIIIHH lillU
lnj; PowiKt whs tii'il
In its pu)iiiill'n nml
luith tlio til ov- nauii'd
hulli'N lioiutily ti'ootu
memi Uiiliuiict ltuliti;
PowiUt for Us purity,
omy ami never fiiilliijr
results. These lmlies
use Calitinet e.clusivo
ly In nil their woi It.
Received Highest Award World'
Pure Food Exposition, Chicago;
Paris Exposition, France, March,
ON THE FIRE
That's when you be
gin to realize the kind
of Groceries we keep.
There is cooking satis
faction in them.
Buy your Groceries
from us. Save your
money. Save your pa
tience, and then your home will indeed be a happy one
Remember The Trading Stamps
WALTER W MARSHALL
1 TTHCJSTANirAttY GROCERY
t V. Sfr VIV, S-T-W-TT-rr-
rtotlce of Probate.
I'lillii-i'oiiiHy l ourt ot Wfli-iter rmiuty,
."jtnt'e'tif Nelirnska, l Ks.
Wflister t'ouutj . f
To nil ptTKuiis liitt-rcstttl In the CHtale ol
.Innu'S Milton Stewnrit, Deceiiscit;
TlvK NUTIUi:, Unit ii petition tins ticcn
illi'tt pra Iuk that the liiHtrunient tlkil In tliln
cburtoti the lull itnyol I'ebrnnr.v. lUlli, jiur
)ortlm;totK! tlio lust will nml tc-Htiiiuent of
n:ilil (Ici'uiKi-it, iiiny lie provid Hint nlUnviilnnd
rctjyrttgd as the last will nud teitninent ol
Jniiic? Milton Stovvnrtl.dcccniiett; thntBnldln
hrilintnt be admitted to probate, mid Hut ad
nslnlKtrat'oii of Knld estnte tie wranttd to
diaries ll. Steward and .Innies c. Steward.
It Is hereby ordered by the court, that nil
juT-mns interested In "aid cstato appear nt
the County Court to bo held In and for bald
county on the 3d day of March HMD, tit ten
o'chlck A. M., toHhow causu, If any there tic
why the prayer of Hie petitioner Khoiild not
be granted, and that notice of tlio pendency
of said notltton and the hearing thereof, bo
(jlvcn to nil persons Interested lu xald matter
by putitlfihiuK a copy ot this order lu the Hut
Cloud Chief, a lenal weekly ntuspapcr
ed lu Biild county, tor three eonsec
tekH prior to said day ot liearlnc.
Witness my band nud the slii! ot said
cAurt tills Oth dny of Ktlirunry, A. U.
mill . 1 It M'.
i- ' x i utility ,lude.
Starr Bros. Sale Barn
Saturday, March 11th
At 1 O'clook
o Itid J
limit);,' puteliiihe 1 the biitcUstnltli
si. Op iiicntlv CMitilucti'il under the
tiiiitiM uf hitii:ot litiek'th. I inn
now pit tue 1 to do
l-itivlte all old iMttott- of the
shop, us well at iinyiiiio else desir
iuj; work of thl jIuss to j,'lvo me u
trial. Iru Wolfe, who for yenru has
bi-ott employed In this shop, has
accepted a position with me, nuTt
etui lie found at the old stand.
CALL AND SEE US
F. J. BARTUNEK
1 pair bay mares, wt. 2700, 6 and 8 years old,
in foal; 1 gray mare 6 years old, wt. 1500; 1 bay
mare, 7 years old, wt. 1250; 1 sorrel mare, 5 years
old, wt 1200; 1 bay gelding, 4 years old, wt. 1220;
1 pair bay geldings, 5-years old, wt: 2500; 1 bay
gelding, 5 years old, wtt 1450; 1 bay gelding, 6
years old, wt. 1200; 1 gray horse, 5 years old, wt.
1250; 1 pair chunky mares, 5 years old, wt. 2000;
i black more, 5 years old, wt. 1100; 1 bay mare 6
years old, wt. 1150, broke single and double, a
fancy driver and was tracked some last summer; 1
5-year-old Gilbert colt, wl. 1100; 1 black horse, 5
years old, wt. 1300; 4 or 5 cheap horses; 1 pony;
1 pair sorrel mules, 5 and 6 years old, wt. 2600;
several good matched teams of mules and some odd
TERMS;-TEn months at 10 per cent'
ColaJ. H. EHinger, Auct. S. R. Florence, Clerk
"llnto' tho curriculum, allowing It to'l Timed fo ko hack lo Port Arthur to ro
i ,o.r e '"Tr r,:;,i,",".itt::r ,urm-1 finujmmittco . .urruo tue ysszz "
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