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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1918)
EBP i)iPt ,,ttiA)Ul PH11F
the Best Grocery
Store in Town
(fW 7s A15 7' .SVi)
C6M; IN AND SEE US
Kulabajros, II) 'lu
Onions, lb .'tu
Matclii's, box '.fiu
Xweot potntuos, It S.'ifu
Iti-st chIiI)Hi! Hi;
i! cans tomatoes l."o
Hotter rado ltfe
2 lls i-Iuo '.d.
2 can com., -fie
n barn soap '-"'C
Ltii'Kc cads ontmeitl '-'."u
(Jood cooking tipples, ik 10c
ColUu, lb iMc.SOu ."Iric-lOc
STAMP 00T THE WAR
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
PAY CASH for Produce.
II, rat rac ikm ' s" 'Ciiira "i:
SERGEANT G. V. HANLEY
One of the thirteen survivors of the famous
Princess Pat Canadian Regiment
Who served twentv-three months in the trenches in
FRANCE AND BELGIUM
Will tell of his thriling experiences on the battlefields.
lie explains the use of German gas, liquid fire, cur
tain of fire, bombs, etc., trench fighting-, effect of big
guns, tanks, submarine and aerial warfare and numer
ous other interesting points you are unable to read in
the papers; also,
Ythy TThe Allies Will W,in
See His "Motion Pictures of Actual Figlii
ing on the Battlefields and Jn the Air
Christian Church Notes
The Fuel Administrator is to bo
eongtutululed on bringing: the relig
ious bodies together for Sunday night
services for the next two months.
Chinch divisions break on the lock of
emergency. It is hoped that this
wise counsel of necessity will cause
us all to appiicatc the value of sim
ple Christianity without division.
County Administrator Mcllridc's
address Sunday afternoon was greatly
appreciated at Indian Creek.
A number of visiting friends from
the various religious bodies of the city
attended the service at the Christian
church last Sunday evening.
Wisdom requires cooperation in
time of war. Personal matters should
be forgotten. The sacrifice we make
should beget a community spirit.
Profit and patriotism must part com
pany. Let us honor the men who dare
and die for the world.
Will Conserve Fuel
A mooting of the Chamber of Com
merce whs bold ttt their rooms on Mon
day afternoon. for tbo putposo of dis
cussing the conservation of fuel and
whnt part the city should take in the
mutter. It whs decided to open all
places of business at S::iU and closo at
f:!H) p in., except Saturday ami that
the closing hour on this day shon d be
8:00 p. m. The business boms of gro
cery stores and meat markets are to be
from 8:00 a. m. to (!:0o,p m. These
rules went into effect on Tuesday, .Ian
Tuesday, January 29tli, 1918
Admission - ... 50 and 75 cents.
Under Auspices of the Home Guards
I If EriKCTJJEJMfiM ItClEW ftWOMOTMOTJ TO r MmMMEMK
Fair Food Prices
Fair pi ices iccnmmeiulcd 'by price
coinmittMo for Webstereounty, Xebras
kit, and published by authority of the
Federal Food Administrator for said
Sugar, per pound Oil ,'ijc
Flour, Hi sf. grade, IS pound sack.Sft (H)
Corn mini, l'J pound sek (Jo
Dairy butter, per pound 13
Eggs, per do. r.O
Ulead, one pound loaf 1Q.
There prices are for cash over the
counter. An additllonal charge may
be made for delivery or credit to ens-tometh
Smith Bros. 22nd Annual Sale of Pure Bred
Cholera Immune Poland China Bred Sows
fe be held at Orchard Homo Stock Faun, 0 miles north east of Supeiior and
'2 miles south easl of Cadiwns Ncbr., on
Friday, February 8, 1918
35 head bred sows, S tried sows, 12 tall gilts, 33 spring gilts
Span mules coming 1 yrs, wt is70l Span mules coining 4 yrs, wt 'iiir.O
jSpan muk's coming 3 yr.s, vt I i!ll)0 Hay delving mare wt K'dl)
Extra good l'uro Hied Shorthorn Hull, II months old
This bull Is an oxtrn good Individual and you better wntisli for him. The
mules are extra good, well matched and as bl as you want them. The bows
are the snmo breeding as the pigs hobl In the fall sale and aie a fine lot. They
are as good as we ever produced and carry somu of the best blood lines of the
Poland China bleed, They are in tine condition to go on and do good for the
buyer as they have been jalsed and fed in the umial way with lots of exercise
and a variety of feeds. They have not been pnmpeicd and arc not over fat,
tSotne new hoars have been used in the heids and will furnish now blood Hues.
Now is a pretty good tlmo to raise home of the easy feeding type, so '. bushols
of coin will nearly take tbo place of H bushels with interior hogs. We are
strivlnir to ir've you the quick money kind. Remember these hogs are Immune
from Cholera. The government Is asking for more hogs so lets each do our
bit to help win the war.
Wo have a line bunch of B P. Rock Cockrels at pilvato Mile, Also a fow
lUilV Orphlugtou Coekrels. Come and spend the day with us
Sale at 1 p. m in big tent Free lunch at noon
Terms 8 months at 8 per cent Write for our catalogue
SMITH BROS. Superior, Neb.
A. W. Thompson, W. C. Hendeison, IS E Kldgley, Auet'h. .John Young, Clerk
There will be u meeting of the
Webster County Fat tueib Union, Fri
day, February 1st. at one o'clock, at
tho Orplietim theatie. At this meet
ing II. F. Watts of St .Iop, Commission
man,Vill speak, also Representative
Uickatd will give an address. There
will be music and singing. Everybody
should iii;iKO arrangements to attend.
1Ii.mi Ivki:n,Co. President
Wanted to Rent
-0 or Kill aeie improved
quite itt this olll('t)
Keep ImprovingYour Equipment
Do not worry about the shortage of crops, another year is coming
Do not wait for cheaper bulldlng'mtiterial
Do not let the war tcate you
Do yen know material will incieaso when tbo war isover? Europo
must be rebuilt Supply and demand will take a band then
Do you know we havelup to date iiifoimatlou on nil farm buildings?
Do you want Ideas on farm buildings? Wo furnish them FREE
Buy a Home!-
I will sell ou ti
home i n II e ii
Cloud so cheap
and o u s ti e h
that you can no,t
nlionl to p a y
rent Hiv p e r
cent interest on
deferred p a y
mepts. 11 a v e
(iet First Choice.
L. E. TAIT
lC2o O Street
Mr. and Mrs. Ohrla Fussier, Jr.,
yisited relatives in Lincoln this week
Albert Doom made a trip to Durling
ton, Colo , during the week.
John Jones was in Upland Friday in
behalf of tho I O. O F. lodge.
Mesdames W. S. Hall and Chas. Mo
Katr were llatiiigs visitors Wednes
Janet Hendricks was a visitor at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Hay llogate, '
in IJlue Hill the first of the week. !
Miss Flora Magnor of Lincoln, visit-.
od at the home of her brother, Oliver,
Louis nicheudlfor was a delegate to
the Volunteer Fircman'6 meeting at
Fremont this week.
Mrs F. A 1'lel of Illue Hill, spent
seveial days visiting at tho home of
her uncle, J W. Clark and family.
Doris nud Vida Bottom of Ong, visit
ed relatives and fi lends here over
Wallace Ray of Grand Island, visited
at Ibo home of his mother, Mrs. A. M.
Itay, font Invest of town Thursday and
Miss Grace Tracy was called home
to Gibbon Friday by the news that her
grandmother had been seriously In
jured in a fall.
Alfred llusebow, a Ulue Hill boy now
stationed at Camp' Futiston. was home
on leavo this week. He spent several
days witli his sister, Mis. Win. Borwege
The over-popular Ford fam
ily : .Runabout 93-15; Touring
Car, $3G0; Coupe, ?5GG, Sedan,
9G95 ; represents but one chassis
the world-famous Ford Model
T that wonder of Simplicity
and Vanadium steel. Then there
is the new addition of the Model
T One-Ton Truck Chassis for
i?G0O f. o. b. Detroit. This truck
has the regular Ford motor but
has worm drive. It has been
thoroughly tested for more than
two years, and will surely meet
your wants and expectations.,
There's never a doubt as to Ford
cars serving satisfactorily and
economically. Give us your or
der without delay. Conditions
9 a a a. n n na w fi n ku t a u.
Better Kodak Finishing
And Developing. .:.
A Full Line of Supplies
NAIL VOIR ORDER TO US
Use Itt On Fzcq Trxal
'ILL off tho worms and get
yourziocrs Jcecinirrl 'litniw tiiey
aro In flna shnno to ahst nit any
YOU MOKE AIONUY. tflnoforpreg.
Wo want yott to treit all vonr lies;) w!tli
HOG-TON'E KRUB lorfrtdayi. Coma
In r-o will Rive you sulUuicnC IIOU
10IC(the)Wnrni Klllcrnnd Hob
Cnnilll loner) to tront "our entire berU
for CO days. If Ivs result (atl to satisfy
you, it will cost you nothing.
Q. L. Cotpng
Try a Chief Want Ad
U. II. Miner Vr. S. S. Kcardorf, M. D. C.
Manager Veterinary lu Ctmrga
C. H. Miner Serum Co.
Anti Hog Cholera Serum
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Wire or Phone at Our Expense
D. S. Veterinary License No. 45
Successor to Dr. Clo'.s
OVEIt STATE BANK
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA
E. S. Grber
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
, "Will "Wire Your House And
Furnish You the Fixtures
As I am uoitifr to move to Colorado I oll'or for -ale at. I'ubllo Ani'tion at my
liliu'i', 1 milo nL"t ami 7 miles north of E-ihon, KaiH., and l, miles west ami
'.' t miles south of North Eiaiu'li, the following pioporty, on
Wednesday, Jan. 30th
6 Head of Horses and Mules
Span mare, 5 and il j'ear.s old, welirht'Sttx, iu nal by Jack. Span mules, :i yr
old, wt. 21. 10, molly unci jaoU. Span Rulilinns, i) and 8 yi, wt. 2100.
10 Head of Cattle
lied cow, L'omiDp; 4 yrs, frcsli in Fcbniary. Kohii cow coiniiijr n yrs, fie-h
Feb 1st. a red helfersj c?oainB 2 years old,fre$b fn sprlug. Roan steer, com
intr 2 vrs. Ited polled bull, eoniiui 3 yrs. 4 calves, M bulls, 1 heifer.
10 Head of Hogs
10 bhoats, weicliinft 7.1 to H)o lbs.
Hay, Corn and Potatoes
tJ or vifrlit tons alfalla hay. About 400 bit. new corn. U() or 'J.'i bu. potatoe.
Farm Machinery, Etc.
.John Deere tjraiii binder, steel .lavhawlc stacker, IMin hay bneU, McCormlclr
mower 5ft cut, Deerinir rate 10 ft, Emerson Su thy plow, nearly new, Dempster
'J rowiMiltlvator, Eleld disc, 11 i(J, harrow, EineiHon corn disc used 1 yr, Kirli
com dli hay rael: and waon, l.lt l. and Pj iu worlt haine-s, double drir
Inn liatiii'ss, f.inijle driving harness.
TEEMS Thref, six and nine months at eiht per cent, with approred security
G. R. ZINN
J. E.STEEAIVI, Auctioneer
JOHN BRENNEN, Clerk
We will offer for sale at public auction at the Hale farm, formerly known as the Charley
Wolf farm 1 mile east of the Brethren church and 1 miles south, 4 miles east of Red
Cloud or 3 miles south and 6 west of Guide Rock, on
TUESDAY, J AIT. 29th
Beginning at noon, the following described property:
Head of Stock
58 HEAD OF CATTLE
Everything a Man
or Boy Waara
Had Cloud Nabraakm
. "TALK WITH US ABOUT LUMBER"
Dr. R. V. Nicholson
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
tarOi'FicB Ovkii Ai.nuiaur's Stoue
18 head two year old heifers all in calf soire fresh soon. These are all gentle and will
make number one milch cows; 8 two year o'd steers in good flesh; 8 yearling steers; 4
yearling heifers; 17 spririg calves, good ones; 2 good milch cows fresh in spring; 1 year
ling Shorthorn bull.
49 HEAD OF HOGS
49 head of slibats weight from 50 to 175 pounds.
1 John Deere 2 row corn disk, 1 air tight heating stove, and other things too numerous to
Terms Of Sale:All sums of 910 and under, cash. Over that amount a credit of ten
months will be given on notes with approved security, bearing ten per cent interest. No
property removed until settled for.
J. H. ELLINGER, Auct. S v. OiailSer
S. R. FLOR ANCE, CIerkPQvf pv Hale
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