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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1919)
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Figuring on the future may not just appeal to
every one but the shrewd business man gives
the future strict attention. He must it in order
to succeed. He must anticipate the future
wants of his customers, in order to place his
orders, in advance, for the coming season.
We have carefully considered the future from
every standpoint. We have bought only the
merchandise that wc know will please every
one of our customers and give satisfaction.
If you arc considering the future and purchas
ing with views that will insure comfort and
happiness in the home in days to come you
will find the Geo. W. Trine hardware store
has the incrchaneisc that assures you perfect
satisfaction in every way.
A South Bend Range or lllinoy' Heater, once
installed in your home banishes all heater and
range troubles, and in their stead supplants a
feeling of good will which enables you to
enjoy life to the fullest extent.
Guaranteed Repair $3.
WHICH IS IT GOING TO BE ?
A few dollars will put that old tire
in shape to give you many more miles
R. C. SUTTON'S
. . TIRE SERVICE STATION . .
Free Service -:- Free Air
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J. C. MITCHELL
Cotumbla Grafonolas and Records
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Sunday, November 3O
10 a. m. Sunday School
11 a. m. Preaching Service
6:30 p. m. C. E. Service
7 p. m. Sermon: "When the desert blossoms as a rose'
E. S. Gojrber
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And '
Furnish You the Fixtures
Make Your Christmas
Merry and Melodious
A COLUMBIA Grafanola is a
Christmas gift that carries to
all the Glad Spirit. The Columbia
Records redouble the charm of the
Together lhey will -give all your
family all the joy of the world's best
music, delight them not only on
Christmas day but for many years
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OVBU STATU HANK
Wheat Always Preferred Food.
While more people nre living in 1 1 t
world loilny dependent upon rlco thai
upon wheat Tor .sub.slHlonco ntiU n
greater number of tliu liimuui family
live upon nillk't tlmn any other cereal
food, wheat In the preferred food
among tho higher civilized peoples
The more progressive peoples of tlif
enrth Imve ever heen wheat eaters.
Grains of wheal have been dlhcovenn
In Kgyptlan tombs of tho first dynas
ty, dating back -1,000 15. C, whli
bread of wheat has been excavattil
from tho ruins of the prehistoric Iu'jc
dwellers of Wagner nnd Itobcnlmuseu
His Mind In the Clouds.
Rev. George Harvest was to have
been married to tho daughter of Bish
op Compton of London, but on tho
morning fixed for the ceremony for
got all about It and went off fishing.
Much Indignation was felt by the bride
and her friends, and tho engagement
was broken off. ut the reverend gen
tleman's second engagement" wus
equally unsuccessful. Once more he
forgot to come up to the church and
lost Ids expectant brldo lu conse
quence. Wanted Only "Overgrown."
Florence, hnvlng Invited Karl to her
birthday, wns anxiously waiting for
nn Invitation to Karl's party. -One
day she asked him If she was going
to he Invited to his party, to which
ho replied: "Oh, I'm not going to have
any Ulds nt my party, only overgrown
To Clean Copper.
Half n lemon dipped In salt wll
elenn copper boilers, etc., as well ni
oxalic ncid will.
The McFnrland rooming house strict
ly moilorn and doing capacity hushies.'
-J. EvlJETZ, Red Cloud. Nebr.
Notice of Administration
In the County Court ot Webster County
In the matter cit tliocstatcof Aiulrcw Mnr.
To All 1'KUSONS Interestcil InSatd Kstate
Notice Is hereby llvtn that Osear It. Mar
tinson has this day tiled n petition In tin
lounty court, prnyltntthiit udnilnlstratlon ot
saht estate inny he isriiutcd to himself as ad
ministrator, and that said petition will lie
heard twtora.tho court on tho 12th diiy ol
l)ecomb(r, IUl".atlhohour)I'Jo'rlock, p. ni..
at thocounty court room In tho city ol Itcd
Cloud, In said county, when all persons Inter
osted In said matter may appear and nhbv
cause why tho prayer of petitioner should
not bo granted; and that notice. ot thulium;
ol raid position, and tho hearlnit thereof, ho
liven by publishing neopy of this order In
tho Ited Cloud Chief, a lenal weekly news
paper priuti d and of general circulation In
r.ilil county, for thrco consecutive weeks
prior lo said day of heiirlni;.
Dated this 1 till day ol Novomber IUIU.
-tieal) A. t. UAN.N'CV,
true copy) County .Indue.
In the District Court o f
Webster County, Nebraska.
Conrait Iliisu-r, I.orn Itasscr.MattUtaSidait.
eii,,lolin II. s.iiniicn, l-Mwnnt Itnsser, Kmina
Itasser. John lliiser, IJacl Knsnur, Veruiilea
lloU'Dinl), John HolL'omb, Henry Itasser,
All'frt IMiltnsiitraor. Henry t'lileiispernnr,
Allien Chlensiifrcer, Jr., Noionleii IItum
(nee. Veronica IJIikusiipriser) WsillerUlili.il.
spenjor, lutlniirti Ulil(nwtuiuor, Krwlu. lllt
lensicrcr, Helen I'liIcnsiiorKcr, Wlllhuii M.
l.Inilley, Mhia l.lnilluv Mnry Hnor, Ada
I'roy, riiarlciH I'rey, Ilinma I'rey, Jiicol) I'rey.
L'lain.Soiuiiiurluilder, Albert Soiniiicrhnhlcir.
t.cnn HnrrlH. Arcliie lliiriix, Waller KaMiur,
naa K:sscr, ISciij;iiiilii ItnKeiir, llaxol U-M-i-or,
Wllllmu ltaher, Arllu H:Her,
To Albert I'lilnmiiurncr, Henry I'liluns-
ppriccr, Jr., Veronica Hruss (nee. Veronica
riilcnspcrgor) Wnltur VhluiiM)Hir(;tlr, IMwanl
riiluimporKcr, Krwln I'lilenKpcrner, Helen
I'hleiiBporuor, l.ona illnrrU, Arclilu Harris.
Iienjnmln Itastcr ami llael ltnsor .SON
UI-:hI)I:NT DIJI'liNDANTd. ICarli ot you
will tnl.e ijntlco that on tho IQtli. tiny ot No.
vemlior lint) the above naniea plaln'mrs itleil
thtlr petition lathe DNtrlct Court ol Wob
.iter County, Nebraska, against nnlil dcli'inl
ants tho object unci prayer of which Is lu He
euro a ilecrcoof salil court conllrmliiK thulu
terestsauil reupcutlvc vhareH ot tho vailous
pUUnllirn niulilolciulanls liuuul to I.ol Six
teen UD) Muck Thirty One (III) City of lied
Cloud, Wobstor County, Nebraska, ami lor a
partition of said real estate between tho vari
ous plaliiilirs and defendants In accordance
with thtlr respective InlcrcstH and tihnre
therein and If same can not ho cqultuiily di
vided and partitioned then that said real
efitato bo sold under nn order of n;ild court
and tho procecdH thereof divided ninoui; tho
respective parties acrordlui; vo their Inter
ests and for such other and further relief as
may bo J list and eiiultatle.
Von aro irciiulrcil to answer nnld petition
on or boloro tho ilwi. day of December 1'Jlit.
Dated this 10th. day of November llil'J.
Conrad Itahscr, I.ora Itasser, Matilda .Snla
den, John II. .Stladcu. Edward Itasser, Kuiina
HiiHiioriohn Itasser, Ha.el Hastcr, Veronica
llolcouib, John llolcoiuh, Henry ltiihsir.
lly I'red Maurer, Their Attorney,
I am ready to make you a farm
loan in any amount and at tho low
est rato of interest.
It is a well known and conceded
fact that I car. get you a loan with
absolutely no delay for inspection or
otherwise. All that is required Is
an abstract of tltlo nnd'your money is
ready for you. Office opposite the E.
G. Caldwell law office.
J. II. BAILEY.
The Cambridge Bivi'ders Hereford
sale to bo hold at ( mbildge, Nebr,
Dee. 10, 1010, will present mi oppor
ttiwly Merer before offered In this loo
allty to secure some valuable Hereford
iced stock ut bni-giiln prices. On oe
omit of the huge number consigned,
fancy prlcos eumiot be expected and
those who nil to avail themselves or
tills bargain counUr side will )0 di.,.
appointed. The old breeder will Iihvk
i splendid eliuneo to add new blood to
his herd and the young breeder who
contemplates Minting ii new herd will
have the unprecedented privilege of
selecting some eh .lee Individuals, that
me strong In Atucloty 1 Lit blood.
This is an iwceptiomil oll'erlt'g .for
the reason that the consignments eon
slstsof K) many good matrons with
calves by their side and re-bred to the
bust Anxletj 4th bulls in the world.
Th: produce of the cow will hi most
cases pay the bill for the entire lot.
ojhiuu luruuis us going into detail re
giirtllng this splendid draft of cnttlc;
however the manager will be pleased
to answer all eliqnities and nmtl you
onr copy of the catalog.
Our snlo pavilion had been lemoilelcd
nd will be warm and conilorr'abl on
sale day, regardless of tho weather
.1. M. HollinRSWortb, Mgr.
Col. K I). Snell, Aiict.
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It is surprising how many stories
over '250 me printed in tho 52 weekly
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vlll enjoy reading Clmtles 11. II awes'
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in 10 chapters, beginning in mi early
issue, and the ri othei serial storks by
Elsie Singmaster and others.
..New subscribers for 1020 will receive:
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1. All lemalnlng weekly 1019 Issues.
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All the above for S3 ,'i0.
I. MeCall's Magazine for 1020, $1 tho
tnouthly fashion authority. Both put--Ueatious
for only 82.0.-1.
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
Commonwealth are. & St. Paul st.,
NOTICE Bceinning with Aug.
1st we will develop any size film or
film pack free of chargo when
prints arc ordered. When no prints
arc ordered, tho price Is 5c for films
or 10c for film packs. Quick service:
bring in your films or packs today
and get your prints tomorrow. Tho
price of prints remains as hereto
fore. THE RED CLOUD STUDIO
"Quality" Job Printing
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Camclsare soldo very'
scaled paccaJes of 30
cigarettes or ten pack'
ages 300 cifiarBttes)
in a glnssino'pnpar
covered carton. We
thia carton for the
home or ofice supply
or when you travvlt
R. J. Rejrnolih Tobacco Co.
Wiailon.Salcm, N. C.
llav...gpureha-o(l a tuneii in Cotoiado, I wl,l Mll at publl- nu.'lio-i om tho
W. It. Won.ierly farm ? -ni es south of In .vmI.j 7 nines s,.,rtliof Cir.i; 17 mlUM
v i.Buunon, ivun , ami -j-j miles N
TUESDAY, &EC. 2nd!
Commencing nt 12 o'eliclr
114 Head of Stock 114
22 Head Morses &wd! Mules
Hluck mate o yrs old, sound, wt lCoO, in foal tojielc; brown mare 8 yrs old
wt 1700, s mud, In fo.,1 to j.r.k; grey mure .'1 yrs old, wt 1 10), s.und. In foal to
j.iokjbuy male 8 yrs old, wt l'JOU, sound, In ronl lo jack; buy mare, 2 yrs old
wt l.,0, bred i j ! f., fll,j. u, ,, bny ,lf1M.a s an , ,, y (i, w t Q
except light wire mult on one; team blueU horses, suinul, 3 yr old, wt sow)-
team black geldings, sound, 2 yrs old; pony, smooth ir.Outij, wt U00. '
Team extra well mated bay mules, sound, .'1 yrs old, wt 2200; team brown
mules, oiiud, IJ yrs old, wt SHOO; team brown mules, II yrj old, wt 2.'W0, sound
bvei!irhKi,tml!!?rltn01il,li,iC! ,0nm blilck 9pri" ,m,les 0l,t of 1COOlb mavi '
uuy spin g muks of 1 i lb mare.
.62 MqM f Cattle
2o head of good milch cow,, some will bo fresh soouj lu yearling steers 8
yo tiling heifers IS -pring e.he-! 0 etra good, litgh grade Hereford bull oil
ves, w'H marlio.l.
' ' 3(? Head of Kles
.1 registered Duroc .ler.ev S ws, will be bred for Anrll farrow, to Hnolsr.vl
Hoar; 1 Ueglstered U'lai ; 20 .sliont, weight about seventy.flve lbs each.
Lunch Will be Served by Pawnee Ladies Aid
J. W. W0NDERLY, Owner
W. R. Wonderly & Son, Auctioneer State Bank of Inavale, Clerk
As I am leaving this part of the country I will offer for sale at public Auction
nt the John Wittwer farm, 7 miles south, 1 mile east of Iteil Cloud; 7 miles
west, t mile north of North Uranoh, ICitn,, anil in north, 2; tulle east of Leb
anon, Kan., commencing at 11 a. m , sharp, ou
Wednesday, Dec. 3rd, 1919
140 Head of Live Stock
10 Head of Horses
Mack mare, 7 yrs old, in foal, wt lCM); black mare 8 yrs old, bred lo jack, wi.
I40oj span of geldings, 7 yrs old, wt 3300; gelding 1 jrs old, wt 1400; gelding 7
yrs old, wt 1000, good sluldlo horse; 2-r old colt; span gcod sucking colts.
70 Hexd of Cattle
Consisting of 4 good milch cows, fresh in December aud January; balance
fine steers weighing about 700 lbs, 3 yr old heifers and about 40 calves' and
60 Head of Hogs
31 spring shoals, wt nbont l'Jr. lbs., 4 old sows and 25 pigs, about 2 month old
Farm Machinery and Feed
Lunch Served on the Grounds
Terms: $10 and under cash; 12 months at 10 interest.
CHAS. WITTWER, Owner
Doyle Bros., Auctioneer V. A. Sherwood, Clerk
AV. - Wi!
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l. 7' '!.
E oi Smith Ookr, Kill
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