The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, October 30, 1919, Image 4

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COTTON FELT
MATTRESSES
Just received a 'shipment of
Mattresses, which were long
over-due, and these are what
you have been wanting so long.
Will close them out now at
"Ct.rv:l DAJlliAl PnitAo"
special Keducea Jrrices
Come in and See Them. J "
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Furniture and Floor Varnishes
That will.be Sold Uw than Cost
Still a few barfainsjeft in
Dining-room Chairs, Dressers,
Buffets, Biby Cabs,
Music Cabinets, , . ;1
and a few other articles that you ban buy at
'Less Thn Actual? Cost."
BECK & BOYER
Red Cloud, -:- Nebraska.
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IHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In the PostoflJce nt Ktd Cloud, Neb
as Second Class Matter
A. 13. McAKTHUK, Kdltor and Owner
CHE ONLY DUMOCUATIU 1'APEH IN
WK1IHTKK COUNTY
Advertising Rates
Foreign, por column inch 15c
Local,
" 10 & 2Vi
iiiBgHiaacxngiPDignagamnaai
Christian Church
Sunday, November 2
11 a. m. Preaching Service
7 p. m. Sermon Lecture" Ecclesiastical Inventions."
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Farm Bureau Notes
Poultry Culling Demonstrations
Prof. Chas. T. Cornman, Extension
Itultry man Lincoln, will spend S
uiys, November 10-11-12, in Wo'ister
c.inty and 'give demonstrations a
liiit following places, starting p -inpt-ly
at the sUcd timei
3'onoay, November 10
Alex Bcntlcy, southwest of Red
Cloud, 10 a. m.
Dan Garbcr, north of Red Cloud,' 1
p. m.
d Paul, north of Cowley, 3 p. m.
Tuesday, November 11
James Bromy.cll, west of Guido
Rock, 10 am."
Chas Ailes, southeast of Red Cloud,
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1 p. m.
Geirard Ohmstcdc, Jr., southwest of
Guide Rock, 3 p."m.
-Wednesday, November 12
Alex Buschow, south of Blue Hill,
10 a. m.
Frank Krall, southwest of Bladen,
1p.m.' ' '
Wil!ard ,CrdwclI, northwest of coun
ty farm, 3 p m
Try ar.d attend one of these demon
strations. Select your nearest demon
stration and be there at the time
stated. Don't wait' for a special ir.vita
t'on from any v of the above named
parties as everyone interested In pou!
try is urged to be present to see Prof.
Cornman pick out the non layers. He
will show you how to pick them out
and he will gladly answer all ques
tions on poultry diseases, etc.
Mr. Cornman is a very busy man.
I made a request for him early in Sep
tcmbcr and these are the first open
dates ho was not booked for. He Is
now booked until January 1st, so we
will not be able to get him again this
winter. "
Culling out the non laying hens is
very important at the present time of
high priced feed.
FARM EXCHANGE
The first week in November vc will
publisl our second Farm Exchange
Bulletin. Give us a list of your sur
plus and wants. Mail them in to the
County Agent's office before you for
get about them.
, HENRY R. FAUSCH,
County Agricultural Agent.
jk Want the Best in Job Printing? Come to the Chief
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SUITS
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Kansas Pickups
fcjinltli County
WOMEN AND MISSES
- OF
Non-Impeachable Quality
20 OFF
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iyUR Ready-to-Wear De-.O
I partment on 2nd floor is
literally teeming with beau
tiful things for well-dressed Women, and
"Brack's prices are Lowest,
Quality Considered," has become
proverbial with our ever increasing list
of satisfied customers.
D. K. Gruwull is working over in
lied Cloud.
12 E. Spurrier tiud wife spout Sun
duy ut Httrl Abbotts.
Mrs. Kthcl Slonlker, of .Burr Oak, is
visiting relatives in this viciuity.
Mibb Opal Luse, of Smith Center,
spent tho week-end us guest of ilrs.
Newell Merrltt.
Fred Voiles, tho county engineer,
was iu Logan township Monday in
specting bridges.
Mrs. James Spurrier and baby Jame,
jr., are spending a week in Mankuto
visiting Mrs. Spurrier's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Rose.
Ed Lull and C. R. Lanigan have pur
chased the farm owned by Melva Car
ter. Mr. Lanigan will attend to the
farm work and Mr. Lull will run a
store at Duckerville.
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RUGS
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of TURKISH and DOMESTIC
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keeps them firm andfrcsh,
vhatcver ths weather.
"OATISFY" is an old word in the diction
tO ary but an entirely new thing in cigarette
enjoyment.
Know what a drink of cold water does for your
thirst? Well, that's what Chesterfields do for
your smoke-hunger. They satisfy.
It's all in the blend fine Turkish and Domestic
tobaccos combined by secret formula that can
not bo copied.
That's why you want Chesterfitlda if you want
"satisfy."
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Notice to Non Resident
Defendants.
In the District CwUf Webster Ceinty.
Nebraska.
W0LBRACH
& BRACH
HASTINGS, NEBRASKA
Nebraska Leads in Num
ber of Project Statements
The following is reprinted from' the
Public Roads Magactine published by
the U. S. Department of Agriculture,
Bureau of Roads for July: "In the
number of projects approved, Nebras.
ka leads with 10, and the mileage of
those (projects, 335.31, also puts the
State at4the,topof the list in the
length of roads to be improved. ,
Ohio ranks, second, with 17 projects
approved and a total length of 92.05
miles.
New Hampshire comes third in the
number of approvals, 10, but all of
them together have a mileage of 18.CH)
miles.
One Ohio project, 0.0 tniles'long, will
cost au average of fo"5,00D a mile.
Other high cost roads are, 7 08 miles
in New York to be built at an average
of $00,401, and 16.0 miles in Kansas
the cost of which will averago S.V"i,173
Contributions Appreciated'
A drive lb being made to pay oft' the
8l.'00 mortgage on the Uucrcd Heart
eh u roh of Red Oloiul, All those who
wish to contribute will please make
tholr donations to any of tho follow
ing; John M. Uvan,
W. V. 1i:l.m,v,
JoNI'.l'II Pavkmo, .111.,
.1.mi:hDovi.. Sh ,
llr.y. D. FrrzQsiiAU). .
I Uuy Droad at Powell and Popes
William V. -Miller
Plaintiff
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Alena Lamb and Jacob I.ainb,
Jacob Barker and Flora Darner,
Jesse Iiarger,
John Barucr and Pearl Barger,
Lewi Bargcr and Addle Harder,
Frank Bargcr and narger, bis wife,
Edna D. Miller, wife of plaintiff,
Albert Alber,
Delendanta.
Alena Lamb, Jacob Lamb, Jacob Bargcr,
Flora.Darger, Jewe Barger, John Barger,
FeorlOarger, Lewis Bancer, Addle Barger,
Frank Barger, Barger, wlfe.o; Kwk
Barger, true and tlrtt nm4e unknown, who,
impleaded with others, are 'defendants In, the
said above named action oi wuuam v-r""'
er -va. Alena Lamb, et al. in the district court
of-Webster pounty, .Nebraska, wUl take
notice, that on the lBtb day of April, 19J9.
the plaintiff, William V. Miller, tn the sold
ntmvA intttied action in the district court, or
Webster County, Nebraska, nled'nls petition
in said court, and will further take notice
.v...Hnj.tihiA laia baM William V. Mill'
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er died an amendment to aforesaid petition
in the above eniiuea acuou m iuo uuwm..
court of Webster County, Nebraska, sold
petition and said amendment are against the
above named deienaanis, ana iw,ujiu..
th,nnivtnnt defendant Bargcr, wife
of Frank Barger, the object and prayer of
said petition and ainenumeni o " i"""
being to partition, or, II tho same cannot bo
....titin.i.H ivuiitniiiv. then lii that case a
sale may be had of the lollowlng described
real estate, vU.,
North half of tho north.west juarter of
section eleven (11), In township four (4),
north, range nine (0), west flth P. M. Webster
County, Nebraska.
The further object and prayer oi sam peti
tion aro that the Bharcs of tho parties and
owners In common of tho above entitled real
estate may bo determined and confirmed,
nnd In case ol halo of wild real Ml?'0,! '"'ft
dihtilbutlon oi tho proceids of said tme, and
lor general cjiiltnblo lellcf.
Tho vurlllcatlon of said petition states that
tho trim niinio of -. liarKr. wlfo of
frank li.irgir, dcftiidunt, Is unkuuwn.
o, and uuh of 1 on. aro ruiiulrtd to
answer b.ild pi.tltlmi Ui'"liB in " '
iiino nullum in linn iuiiii"i..". "w,,;r..,iT
!'UhdavolNoiinlir. Ili. or your ilolault
will bo inkim and enteritl auatiistyou.
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liy F.J. Munday,
Ills Attorney.
..Land at Auction
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Hill City, Graham County. Kansas i
November lQth to 14th
The Graham County Land Co., of Hill City; Kansas,
will hold a Publio Auction of land in Graham County, Kansas,
on November 10th to 14th. This land Is located 60 miles west
and So. miles south of Red Cloud, and can be easily reached in
one-half day by auto,. Hill ?City is the County seat of Gra
ham' County, and the Solomon River runs through the county
east and west, with a number of spring creeks underlayed with
good pure shest water for domestic purposes at .shallow de,ptb..
This is not a short grass country, but Blue Stem grass predominate.
Some of the lapd to be sold is on the Solomon river bottom, some
on creeks, and other is level tractor land. Attend this Sate and
take your choloe1. Land values range from 929 ff 990 rot
the best well improved farms.'' Don't forget the date, November
10th. Attend this sals. Good terms are offered on all sales, and
good aooommodatlons at reasonable prices for all 'prospective
buyers. For further particulars, communicate with
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Graham County Land Company
HILL CITY, KANSAS
Local representative Geo.W. Hutchison, Red Cloud, Neb,
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Dr. R.V. Nicholson
DENTIST
r. onieo Over Albright's Storo
Red Cloud Nebraska
Obtrusively Friendly.
Personally wo try not to ho too fas
tidious In choosing our associates, nil
tho hiiiiio wo uever chum with tho
good-fellow kind of n man who would
nslc Snlnt Peter for a match. Dallas
News. '
E. S. Gacrber
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Varnish
PICTURE FRAMING
(Work Guaranteed)
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
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