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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1916)
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KID CLOUD, NEBRASKA, ClIEP
Pianos and Musical Merchandise
IlLTSDY HTTENDHNTl Q
Calls Answered Day or Night B
.!. 7HC PHONES
Glacier National Park This Summer
Will Delight Thousands
Now is tin time tu p'lin i vacn'iiiii tour Von will want such a complete
r!is,ngo of otiviiniimcnt n- will drlio o.it eveij tlnmli of wnrU, an I true your
sy.slem from the torpor of innnotony. ttlaelei I'm it will give jnii such deep,
lil'h and Willi- ph'tiiiKh of mi lute's uingii.lli-i-tic as to calm your mi n I, worn
will petty woriies.
Glacier is tin' Ind.'sei ib.ihlc cliui i if the gr.tn lour of the II ickiis. Ilcio
joii pdietrate into Incilitli-s or hi. Id-ii mountain lulo-s and Into the di'pth of
1 ires', joti loach tny-tciioiis smii-coi ol cascades anil tut n-ii's tumbling' frmii
mltiitg glitciei.H. Y.in -.lg .ig over mountain passes along liuvni-iiiiiciit ttai s
Unit yield to the bchob'or such glorious pct.spi'etires of ivelid Inpnginphy in
ttMtiltfss 1 1 1 1 s, that won! piloting or any kind of a painting seems cheap
This 1. too, n delightful vacation land Here are uaoiireci for ovcrj
tourist "fiood management and goo I nature" U tin) Law of the PurU. Lot
mc send you lilaulur Park publications; they will m.iko to you u strung appeal
to renew your cneigies in that laud
IV. B. Bush, Ticket Agent, lied Cloud. Nebr.
L. W. Waholcy, lieiu-ral Passenger Agent
loot Karnum Mreel, Omaha, Nebr
Stock Raisers Stop!
Clean out and clean up do not be
dcceived-WORMS DO KILL
Farmer's Friend Remedies
DOES REMOVE THEM
Give us a chance to show you, that's
all jve ask: Demonstrations made
free. Results GUARANTEED.
WK.TKOK. W II TADtip INAVALK,
i'iionk to iii jia i nuui
He will endeavor to show you that they are
all the name implies, FARMER'S FRIEND
IF YOU WANT A.
PNIWT oft a pupH
JWade Right, Lettered
Right And Erected Right
OVERlflG BROS. & GO.
Makers of Artistic .Monuments
Red Cloud, Nebraska
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.. "ju'lil'u ...i. i, .'Lit'I r. t'i ' ,i
HENRY COOK, M. D.
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES k
i 'T'I J
V. II, Mliur lr. S. s. Penrilurl. M. I. f.
Manager Veterinary liii'lutrco
C. H. Miner Serum Co.
Hog Cholera Serum
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Wire or Phone at Our Expense
I). S. Veterinary License No. 45
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OYER STATE BANK
Red Cloud ' - Nebraska
Better Kodak Finishing
And Developing. .:.
A Full Line of Supplies
noiA.s nrcvHi.oi'Ki), ioe
NAIL YOUR ORDER TO US
Dr. R. V. Nicholson
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
WOfpici; Ovku Ai.iiukiiit's Siohk
Kansas City Market
KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS,
juiiu rj, r.uo mine cuttle held prac
tically .steady la.it week, hut every
thing liclow prime declined in price,
common meets helling M to 00 lower
for ho week. Hutcher grades got a
moilerate cut, cows ami hulls holding
up because of scarcity. Stockers and
feeders held about steady, as there
was a good demand from the country,
and the yards were well cleated. The
supply today is 10,000 cattle, and the
minuet averages fully steady, prime
steers and hutcher grades selling
stiongot-, and low grades of steers, in
cluding (uaiartineH of this class, weak
to 10 lower. A car load of pulp fed
steers sold at $11.00, a new high fig
ute on pulp steers, and highest price
paid this year for any steeis. Other
pulpen brought $10.00 to 10.75, and
the Western delegation also included
some short fed steers around $. Cat
tle from the summer feeding section
of Missouri are starting, some of them
bringing S10.SO today. Prime dry lot
corn fed cattle are scarce, although
numeious lots of steers were good
enough to sell at 10.00 to $10.05. A
train of Arizona steers weighing 1185
lbs. sold nl S'J.OO, including ii loads of
!M(! lb. steers at$S.55. In the quar
antine division offerings comprised
about 10 cars of fed steers from the
Ft. Worth district, nothing extra
ihoice included, sales 8.50 to $!Mi0.
Some fed Oklahomas at $8.10 to $8.50
and grassers at S0.80 to $7.75. South
Texas grassers -sold Thursday up to
$8.!)() in the quarantine division here.
This is the dull season for stockers and
feeders, but is a good grass year, and
a certain demand continues, sales of
stock steers largely at $7.'J5 to $3.00,
feeders $7.75 to $8.50. Hogs began
to show mote strength the middle of
last week, and closed with part of re
cent losses regained, sales today were
10 higher, receipts 12000 head, top
.$9.5-1, bulk of sales $!).'J0 to $!).10.
Heavy hogs lead in price, because of
scarcity, owners preferring to cash
their hogs as fast as they get tin
around JJOO lbs. or a little more, rath
er than hold for big weights, although
the feeding operation on hogs of this
weight continues immensely profit
able. Average weight here last week
was !20U lbs. practically the same as
it was same week last year. Demands
on killers for all kinds of pork will
be heavy as long as high beef ami
mutton offer no relief. Sheep ami
lambs are firm where quality is good,
but much common stock is offered to
day, and prices on such are weak, re
ceipts 12000 head. Native and Arizo
na spring lambs sold up to $11.'!5,
quality not choice in either case, prime
springs worth $11.50 or more. Clipped
ewes sell at $725 to $7.50 if good,
Texas muttons here today at $(5.75 to
$7.15, some common ones at n lower
J. A. HICKAUT,
In The District Court of Webster County.
I MM-, a Cut-mill
(i-ire M. lli'M.'irri, l-mittlll'i.
William I, ,it:irt. Al- l..uni.l
Mary I', Mltiliil, Inlni llttlnl.
I-Mlii-I I,. Chi-. I : i ii tn I. Ilir.wiiil.
-Mlri- I.UIitfoot. .sainui'. II. 1,1-jlitlonl.
Harold II. I'oi'i-. I liiil W. l'on-. iilinn I..
I'l'iri-iice V. I'n anil Wiiiluil I'hh .
"iiKir.llaii ol s.il,! I'arnlil II. I'n- ,-nut
Hiiimllaii il l--li.il W. I'npi-;ui'l titianlititwit
Iti'iin I;. I'iijk ami ilunnllan nl I'luri ixi- W.
f -. lit finl.ui;. ,
I In- -ilinsi- name! nun n-ililini ill d nilanlK
Wllllain I. Itmi.inl. llu llimanl. Maiy I'.,
Mlli-hi-I..Ii.liii Mlu-li.-l l-.tliill.. ((-. Iiuiiia
I. Iliiuaril. A Hi i l.lu'H fiMi' -latum l Ii. I.Ulit-
font. Ilamiil II. Iii', rini v. I'lipi iiiiiin I
Ii. I'iiir. ainl Wlnln-il l'iin-, iiuarillan nf Milil
llarulil II. I'lii-cainl ilu.irillaii it 1'lnj.l W.
Inii :iinl liiiarill-in nl i.li-nn i:. I'npu aiul '
'uanllali nf I'lun-nci- l. l'oif, vvlil inUv
iinllci-lliat mi llu-ITih ilay nl l iy ii). tin.
alum-naiiit-il ilalntllN lllnl tin Ir )-: 1 1 1- n In
llu- ilUtrk-t eiiurt of Wuli-tter i-ntuitj , Ni-brav
ka. analmt ynu and tliu ri-ildi tit ! fi-tidant,
I'loriiu-fM. I'lipe, linplcadid with joii. llui
olijcel and irayt-r nl wlik-li Is tu cniiilrm tho
Kliart'siuid Inti ri-Htn( thi M-M-riil pirtlis to
Niitd acllnn. In an t In the Inlliiuliitf .t.-er 1 1 - 1
real cHtiito vl lot tlilrttin mid fmtru-cn In
lllnck fnuru-cn In smllli and Moure' t Adtll
tlnn to l!i-il Cloud, Wi-tMti r enmity. Ni'liruc.
ka.aml lnra par;ltlnii mid dlvMnii nf said
n :il i-sttiti . iiiiniiiir tin- p irtli s i illtled tin n-
tnaccnrdliiK-tn tin- n- pi-i-llvi-sh iri-s nl said
parili s, or. If a partition i-animt In- liad llti
nut Injury In tin- rllils to tin- part It sin lulu.
(Ht. tin ii lnra sale nl unlit pn uilses. and u
illusion nl 'Ii prnreuW nl .s.Hd sail iillliilii:
tin- parlies ilu-retn intltled. atennlliiK to
tlnlr rispectlM-rUhlo. aller pa. nieiit of the
Ynuari idiiilred tnauswer said pi lltlon nn
in liefnre the ITtli iliiy nl July. IHIii. or the
M-ime will lie taken hh trim and .ludutuent
rendered In aieordauce with the prnjer
Hand Mny.-M, nun.
Kllslca ( in-and
iliorueM. Ilnwaiil. I'laliitltls.
Ily I'rank .1. Munday.
1 hi Ir Attorney. u.-jji
SAVES MILES OF STEPS
Patrons Hay (haose SavsManafttr F. H.
Tho object which Malinger, Citbstl of
the Orplieiun tlie.itre, bus uhvu.v.s had
in mind is to givi bis I arm- i-lientele
not only the bust p-o lut-tluii. on the
market but the ones which bis putroiis
nre in 'St di'sirott. of enj tying With
the Motion Picture Industry in -u b h
lloiirishing eondition it is only inituni'
that thie should lie so m.-iny good
fetittiivs mmiifai-tuivil Unit it Is hn
possible f.ir one theatre to book then
all It Is nut iri'iiernlly Lnnvin, but a ma
jority of ill" 111 Ml di'ttlbutiiig eomp-in-ies-
rt-fn-f tu hIiow cert tin of thnir sub
jects to b sh iwa while olio i-s are re
j i-lt-l liiiiib-!- rtitiiU they demand
that tin' i:.li ! ,nr I.idU the pnor wili.
Sli.ee lie org.ill'.iiiL' of Yitugrnpli
Lilblii S lig-K-sntiii-. I lie, hnwever it
litis benii piissl-Ii- i i- n theatre mini
tiger to s.'imi, t. at nf 'heir Htg Foiu
l-'euliiri'- iiili-li I i sires.
In fact this iiietlinil nf li.indlii g feat
ures Iihh proven vi suiWfuetory not
only to t beat n-nn n Inn tu tue public
at larro Ih it Mr Cassil pivil ets tha'
before long every l-'n-'i V,w inge will
be forced to adopt the same methods-.
Any tlino the pitions of tliHHli-i
are desirous of seeing u certain fentu e
on the Itig Four 1'nigrnm lie assures
us he will be more than gliol to .secure
A few of tin; most notable ones are:
"The Uuitle Ciy of Peace", "The Ko.s-iu-",
(iiid s Country and the Women",
'Sherlock lloltnos", "The Island ot
ltegetH'i-Htlou", 'The Ne'er Do Well"
and "Mv Lady's Slipper".
Notice of Final Report.
in ine iiiiiniy I'niiri ol Wt-hster cuuntv
lathe matter of the estateof John lliixtl,
All luTMiiiH luteresli-d In said estate, are
In reliy uotliled that the Km eutor lias tiled
a tlnal account and report (it his administra
tion, and a petition for tlnal settlement of
his account mid decrio of distribution of
personalty mid a illsrhnruo froiu his trust,
wlill-li have lui-nset forhiarlu,' lic-foresald
court on the 1st day nf .1 ul j . lillil. tit in o'clock
A. M, whin all persons Interi-stid In the
prumlsL-s uriy appear mid contest the same.
Hated this I'.'th day nf June, UUh.
liK.W.1 A. I. ItNNK.
vqk: U LJ TAJ
OUt Roll Dnnr
4 Hoosicr Beauty"
Come in and let us demonstrate them to you
For Sale by
Licensed Embalmer -:- Furniture IW.W I
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of Webster County,
lathe mutter of the estate of Alfred II
Kln. Iici-eased. '
Creditors of mild estate will take notice.
Hint tjie time limited for presentation nml
IIIIiik of claliiisaitalust s.ild i-stnto Is January
Kith, l'J17, and for the payment of debts Is
Iune2d,.l!li7. that I will git at the county
court room la said county on the lith day of
Inly. A. I). HUH, to examine, hear and allow
all claims duly llled which are a llrst or
second ilea upon said i-itatu, and nn the lijtli
day of limitary, IHI7, to examine, hinr. allow
and adjust all cl ilins and objections of gener
al credltorM duly Hied.
Dated this liStli day ot June. A. It., siir.
peali A. 1 1. IUnsk.
( 'Hinlv Judi;i
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You the Fixtures
E. S. Gaurber
Dr. A. E. Boles
Physical Diagnosis Labaratory
CONM'Ll-VTIOX XI) lOxVMIXVTIOX Flll.i:
'Osteopdtliy tho Seionce of Healing
by Adjustment." Given to the
World by A. T. Still, A. I). 1S71.
OFFICE OVER SMITH SHOE STORE
Hoi ii IMio.s-ES HBI) Cl.01'1), XKUR.
THE ALARM is a dreacirul thinn
OF FIRE for the man without
insurance. Kvery time he mos the
engines racing along his heart comes
up in his throat If the fire Is anywhere
near his place. What folly, what mis
THE COST Of ik an KinuM fl.nl It
INSURANCE need hardlv be
considered. The freedum from worn-
alone Is worth it many times over
Have ns insure you to-day.
O. C. TEEL,
R. E. CANPp D. C.
Phones i liiiit m
Hell Red till
Everybody Followed Your Example
What Would Happen to the Church?
Preaching Sunday, June 18th-
11a. m., at the Christian Church
8 p. m., at the Orpheum
Orchestra and Chorus Will Charm You With Music
Don't Loaf On Sunday
"CANT-SAG" FARM GATES
We believe there is no better fate at any price
than the "Cant-Sag" and there is no gate that can be
bought for less money.
Como in and let us convince you that, in this
instance, the lest is the cheapest.
Please pay particular attention to this word
CANT It spells the best.
PLATT & FREES
i" COL. J. H. ELLINGER :
$ AUCTIONEER l
'I U mar reaily tu pltur your Kile ilatts. I"
J Ahk any tine in. tu my iuiillitriitinns J
,J lor U'lioia I IniMH-rkil Biili-s. Indeie
s ileal imoneriiiii III. W rite i In ureal !
J Rkd Cloud, Nkiik. U
Farms For Sale
Three Rood farms in Harlan county
adjoining the town of Huntley.
A II. C.t(iENTEii, Agent
When in need of anything in the
line of printing como to th Ciiikk.
Have Started to Handle
WALTER W. MARSHALL
THE SANITARY GROCERY, IN RED CLOUD
New Kate tn Farm .Loans
I can now malie you a lower rate on
Farm Loas than was ever made in
this county before. Debt option given
and money always ready. I aloo have
private monoy to loan on reasonable
terms Please write me or call for me
at State Hank, Hed Cloud. C. V, Cath-er.
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