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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1920)
ED fLO, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUY A TRUCK
Why not have the BEST that is Made?
Come in and let us demonstrate
and tell you why you should own a
Reo Speed Wagon
The best and speediest Truck on the market
Low cost of operation; time saved in making drives
durability; and many other points that make it
superior to others that's why its so popular
R. C. Sutton's Service Station
Authorized Sales Agents
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Red Cloud, Nebraska
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AS TOLD TO US
Buy 1 trend nt Powell and I'opny
Paul l'opo was in Cowlcs Friday.
Sam llcaton went to Omaha Mon
day. G. W. Trino spent Friday in Hastings-
J. C. Mitchell fpenl TuoisiUiy in Hast
Ja. Peterson por.l Friday in Guide
Worth Shipnian was in Guide Roc.'c
U'cd car- for silo. Fiaine Smitli
Mi-s. Hoy Cramer spent Friday in
J. H. Elliiujer spent Tuesday ;u
Will Robertson spent Monday In
Mrs. G. J. Warren spent MonTay
Mrs. F. W. Cowden spent Saturday
11. K. Walters pent Sunday m
Geo. Matkir. of Inavale was in the
W. G. Hamilton is in llolyoke, Colo-J with friends
12Ht and diinU at I'ovscll it PupoVi
l'-uil caib for -"alo Fiamc A, Smith
J. L. Harper wont to Omaha Tues
tKt! thu gieat egg tonic, "Moro Hgg"
sold by 0. 1j. Uotting.
Gordon Hamilton spent Friday
with relatives at Guide Rock. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1!. Smith upon:
the weekend with his parents at Den
ver. Harry Waller and family of Cowles
spent Sunday with lclativcs in the
Fiank Bean wont to Cambridge on
Monday evening to attend the cattle
Mrs. F. E. Maurer and hMor, Miss
Helen Reiher spent Friday in Hast
ings. Miss Ueinice Ktheiton went to
Grand Island Wednesday to visit with
Paul Pope went to Omaha Moiulay
to attend the implement dealers' con
vention. Mrs. Chas. Gurney and sister, Miss
Helen Reiher, spent Saturday in
Mrs. T. A. Xa-h went to Oxford
Tuesday morning to spend a few days
rado, this week,
Attorney McNeny went to Lincoln
G. J. Warren was in Omaha tTie
first of the week.
Bye Shepherdson of Riverton was
in the city Tuesday.
Frank Starr shipped a car of mules
to Kesterson Tuesday.
Mrs. Paul Pope wont to Superior
Monday to visit relatives.
Frank Starr shipped a car of mules
to Grand Island Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kaley spent
Monday with friends at Cowlcs.
U. H. Etherton went to Grar.it
Island Tuesday to visit, relatives.
Delaney Bros., shipped two cars
of hogs to Kansas City Tuesday.
Miss Bonnie Miller of Inavale spen
Now Years with friends in tin's city.
Chns. Phnips of Guide Rock spent
Sunday with his wife and family in
Mrs. T. Frisbie had the misfoitunf
to fall and injure her hip quite badly
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abel of Camp
bell spent New Years in the city with
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Grimes and fam
ily spent New Years with relatives
Ed Taylor left Thursday for Chi
cago after spending a few days with
his sister in thi? city.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sutton spent
New Years at Oxford with his sister,
Mrs. Harold Arnsborgor.
Mesdamcs Otis Leggett and Kil
patrick of Franklin were the guests of
Mrs. R. B. Leggett Saturday.
Guy Scott of Holyoke, Colorado,
was in the city Sunday morning while
enroutc to Cowlcs to visit his folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Zachery and
family spent Now Years with Mr.
and Mrs. John Hardwick at Inaarc.
It, 0. Richmond of Otiiuhu Is In thu
o. A. Arnold was down from Bluo
Dan Puinioy of Riverton wus In the
Kusfsul A muck of llolyoke, Colorado
is in the city today.
Good meals good service moderate
prices Powell it Pope'n cafe
Orln T'tliur. of CimIiii KipiiN, Iowa, is
in the city today attending thu hog
Several hog men ftotn out of town
aio In the eiiy attending the hog sale
FOR SALE -Good quarter flection of
and with good linpiovomenfs 1 mile
south of Inavale, Xebr , on eay terms
Write Tor full dcsorlption.-C. F. Catli.
r, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Owing to "patunts" falling to arr've
UiIh week we are printing only four
pages This w'iks installment of the
"story" will nppenr in our next is'iie
Some freight service. '.' ?
Slieiilf Huft'er was called to Guide
Hock this afternoon to hold an inquest
over (he remains of IM Mollus, who
cotninltcd suicide at his home four and
one half miles north east of that .city
A shot gun was the weapon used.
X. A. Piatt, who for sMiue time put
has been managing the grocery depait-
iiient of the R P Weesner A- Co , mcr-
cant ile establishment, has resigned, hc- I
cepting a position in the grocery de-1
pArttni'ii. of Stein Bios, store at J
Hastings. His leslgnation becomes
effective about .January loth. i
A state Ilia inspector was in the city
Wednesday on business pnrtaining to
M'Wi at bull lings that have been con
sidered unsafe. Ile met with thu "City
Pads1' and brought thu matter up with
them, after uh'eh they per-onally in
spected the Peterson buildings on
South Webster stteer. Action will be
taken to kyiilly condemn the same.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mnlonn and Mr.'
and Mrs. H. C. Gellatly left the last
of the week for Washington, D. C,
wheie they will visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shcphcul re
turned to their home at McCook Fri
day evening after visiting her paienls,
.Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Dickenson.
Dr. R.V. Nicholson
Red Cloud Nebraska
OVBIl STA'l'i: BANK
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Friday and Saturday
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Also a Sonnett Comedy
SOc - Ho
FOR SALE A Poland China Boar,
wt. 300. Inquire of Walter Guiney
Phone 12 on 7.
Bert Moihait wont to Dcs Moines
Sunday morning to attend a stove
Mrs. Walter Sanderson returned to
Grand Island Saturday after visiting
relatives in this city.
Glen Foe returned to Lincoln Sun
day morning after spending the holi
days with his mother.
Boone Saunders of Billings, Mon
tana, was visiting relatives and
friends in the city this week.
Mrs. Albert Bruce returned to Blue
Hill Monday after spending a rcw
days with her sister, Mrs. Eustace
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simpson relum
t'l to their home at Seluon, Kansas,
Thur-day after isiting relatives in
Mrs. Cecil Essig left Saturday even
ing for Cheyenne where she will join
her husband and make their home in
Mr. anil Mrs. Chas. Sherer returned
to Lincoln Saturday morning after
spending the holidays with relatives
in the city.
Will Druner returned to Linnm
I riday morning to resume hih stud
ies after spending the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Topham left
Friday evening for Pasadena, Cali
fornia, where tiny will make their
Mr. an.l Mrs. Roy Etherton return
ed to Council Bluffs the last of the
week after spending the holidays with
his mother, Mrs. Chas. Etherton.
Blue Hill is to have a new $75,000
school building, as the citizens of that
place held a special election last wceT:
and voted bonds for that amount.
Mrs. Harry Cramer and son, Aus
tin, returned home Wcdnesdny even
ing from Omaha where she had been
visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs.
Dr. Stockman and Mr. and Mrs.
Jokn Rathjen took their daughter,
Mildred, to Hastings Tuesday where
the will undergo an operation for ap
pendicitis. Miss Mabel Pope rchirncd to Sher
idan, Wyoming, Saturday to resume
her school work after spending the hoi
'days with her parents, Mr and Mrs.
Ilobert Blaekledgo and Win Mc
Brido returned to Lincoln Sunday to
resume their studies at the State Unr
versity after spending tho holidays
with Inmo folks.
At tho Mousol Bros, cattle sale held
at Cambride-e this week tho fifty head
lold the first day averaged $5100. T-o
top bull, Superior Mischief, was r.old j
for $22,000 and the top cow, Bright
Duchess 77th, with hull calf at side,
sold for $8,000.
Four Duroc Jersey Boars, recorded.
Two at $215.00 each, one at $35.00 and
one at $50.00.
Spring deliveries of Ford
cars have never bceiTcertain and
Ihey should not be depended on.
bpriQj? Deliveries Pinand has always been greater
1 .: lor rord cars than the supply or
production. So, if you would be
sure of haying a Ford car, buy it now while deliveries are possible.
Do not wait even next month is an uncertainty.
Only a limited, specified number of cars have been allotted to this territory'
Thai allotment cannot be increased, because the demand all over the country is
greater than the supply or production. Get your order in now and you will be
one of those who is sure of a Ford car out of our allotment. .; :
It is firA come, firs! served. All ordcis arc filled in rotation. So, if you would be fore
handed, if you would he certain of having a Ford car when you want it ;hcn you will buy
a Ford car nuw. A signed order with us is your protection. It is the result of the wisdom
If you buy a Ford car now don't think you will have to "store" it The Fori is a car nude to
serve its owner in service and pleasure throughout the ensire year. Ford owners hive long since
come to recognize the fact. It is no longer popular to "lay-up" your car for the winter. BUY" A
FORD CAR NOW, and use it now.
insist on GENUINE Ford Parts
FRAME & SMITH BROS. CO.
Authorized Agents Red Cloud, Neb.
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The Philadelphia Diamond Grid Battery with
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Not one in a thousand has failed to outlive its long
guarantee of eighteen months. But the Philadelphia
Diamond Grid Battery with the Philco Retainer is
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