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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1920)
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To "advertise" oneself sounds like
something a really refined and well-bred
person would hardly care to do. and yet.
even you. in countless ways, every day.
do advertise yourself.
In YOUR HOME, particularly, the
Chairs, you offer your guests: the Rugs
upon the floors, the Tables.' the Lamps,
the Decorative Objects; the Dressing
Table and other appointments of your
boudoir; even your kitchen range or your
Kitchen Cabinet 'are your "publicity
A setting for your personal charms
that is itself eloquent in praise of you is
an Artistic, Comfortable, Livable Home
such as this,store is so unusually eompe- ... '
tent to create with our la'rge and beauti
ful, fairly priced assortment and our
thoughtful provision of generous terms of
A Newspajwr That tilves The News Fifty-two Weeks Each Year Ftr SI. 50
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MARCH 11. 1920
Thieves aregain Busy I Hassinger Sells Suitatorium
l)ej.plU.lh...,fi.ihht every precau ri ,, MfU.rrgTTr.th the Uns.
tinn is belli taken to protect the pro. Im Siiltntoriilii. will l.e under new
periy of our iMlim? Hgainst house raMBl.,I1L.,llt ts pr0prltor, Hoy IlnsS.
t.ieulu.. sand sneak thieves, they con., pcr IHViK f(,M out to Frank K
tuiiia to operate in our tnidst. The; Uutfws of lntiiifr. During the many
latest, ylotuii of the house hriHlcera hS ( yimtH ml ,.liy ,, sem1, , ,his .
l.eo. . trine 1.1 More udn fcnlered JcUy he I,i,h fjtveii his maliv customer
lurwlny .-venir at about 7:20 Kn- ull that could be desired "in this line
trHiH'ewi.8tfulnrilliywi.yof the rear J but h the n.uv nun comes highly re
up.Mair.N dour. Ii wa-, an eiisy matter ' co-ummiiliul thu i..it....v.Uwi..i.iui.m,..
I oiiiiiinui. to iiiuliitnlti tt hlL'h
to the rear ot Hi, bniMin. Here a I At. U.e pn-eot time Mr. Uainr
door was uoloebv.l The p.owler then , lu,s Il0 lIe,,lm. p,lMs for lh(. flllr
U.1111U down to the lowir Hour. nulled . ,..., .nu.i .,,,. i., ; r .1 ;..i ....
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to pass uunotieed up the stairway jut j wt
north of the .store, and diian the hull'uu
the oleutric switch h-it toe (.tore In
darkness. (Jn eotuliif; to town aftur
supper Mr. Trine noticed that the
nljiht light '.vac not liuniiiiL' us usual
mm emereu 1 uu imiKUHK. mo electric
' ity failed to respond to the touch ot'
J the button and he at once begun an In-
vi-MiKiuinn, which reveaien mi npon
switch as well as an open bach door,
thiouuii which the thief is believed to
have made his exit. Mr. Steven's till
had been -nulled and several dollars
taken from that of Mr Trine. The
tact that, .several dollars were lelt indl.
cate that the thief bad been disturbed
ueiore no nan completed his won:.
This robbery as welt as that of the
Cutting drug store some time ago leave
no doubt In the. minds of many that it
is the work of "home guard" and wld.hi
not profe.ssiouu.rin tills Hue thii'jvh'a?
made a study of the surroundiujs be
fore lieginiiing operations. Toiiutu no
clues have been found that will lead
to thorn-rest of the thiuf.
tie Mill coiiliiiit'.. to lesidjt in our
Grace Both Music and Home
Second annual report of Librarian
foe vein. rmilitK' Folininrv !M. Mt9A): M
Ciicualtion of books:
'f V Turn a House Fn to a lloinc"
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DONT WAIT for
WEATHER to have
MADE. Our NEW
METHOD of lighting
makes us independent of
weather conditions and
we are able to make
Gleason's Studio G00D WORK AT
Over Smlth'B Shoo Store ANY 7 1 ME
Pioneer Answers Summons
I'll hand of death has reached out
and taken from our midst unother of
our pioneer citizens. On Tuesday
cvenltm the spirit of Mrs Charlotte
Cool; returned to its maker.
The deceased was born In Germany
December 1, 18.T7 Shu came to Ameri.
ca in 1S70 and was united iu marriage
to A. Cook in lS7u', movlnp to Iteri
Cloud in 137H, where she has since re
sided. OurliiK the forty yenrs she liv
ed heiesho endeared herself to a lare
circle of friends who will monrn her
Two daughters, Miss Til la, at home,
and Mrs lviiima Kobortson of Daiinel
son. Imvn, mii'vlve her.
Funeral services wore conducted
from her late hoinu this uftornoon. at
tliree o'clock, and the remains laid to
lest beside her late husbuul.
ELOQUENT OF CULTURE. WHEN SILENT!
VIBRANT WITH MUSIC. WHEN RE-CREATING!
The New Edison matches its ART with its APPEARANCE
Its period designs are notable for their authenticy.
The better you know furniture, the more you will appre
ciate the beauty and purity of their lines.
Miss Elsie Do Wolf (Amerisa's foremost designer of house
hold interiors) says:
"The superior furniture value of the Edison cabinets can
scarcely fail to impress the lover of good furniture."
The Phonograph with a Soul"
New readers added during tlio
JI'M; Headers now enrolled 1019.
New books added during the year,
902; Books now accessioned, 2G30.
Cash on hand March 1, 1919, ?20.
87; Received during year from fines,
Kxpendcd for library
Sheraton, Ilepplewhite William and Mary. Chippendale
Adam,, Italian, Jacobean, Louis XIV, etc.
Nor are these instrument:, beyond reach of your pocketbook.
Come in ami llnd out how modestly tlioy, are priced.
' B. H. NEWHOUSB
Ol'JWWTRIST and lUWUUlR
Wc Would Like to have Your
Bor Next Winter's
Called to Her Eternal Home
Mrs IHiz-ibeth Trine, one of Vebstr
county's oldest and most highly re
spected pioneer citizens passed away
at her home oast of Hlue Hill on Thurs
day, March 4th, after an illuoss of
about two weeks duration.
Up until a short time ago Mrs Trine
appeared to be iu the best of health
and her passing came as a sudden
anouic 10 uei- roiaiives nun many
friends. Physicians who attended her
attribute her death to 11 natural 'weak
ening of constitution, as she appeared
to sense 110 suffering during her illness,
Several days previous to her death shu
passed into a stato of seinl-iiuonuscions-uess
from which ahe never recovered.
The deceased was born iu Virginia
September 18, 1812. She (wine to Ne
braska and settled iu this county hi
She Is survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Jennie Carroll of lluys Center,
Kansas anil Mrs. Gertie Norrisof Hast
ings Nub.; three sons, William and
Joseph of Hluo Hill and (leorge W. of
KiiuuihI services were conJucted
Saturday afternoon at two o'clock, in
terment beiug, tiutilu lu the Oak Creek
The revival meetings at tlio ChriR-
tinn, church have been transferred to Holland.
tno bouni Mission church whore U10 Fiction:
165.74; Cash or. hand March 1, 1920, '
Yola Swartz, Librarian.
The above figures do not give all;
whom the library is perhaps serving,
as a hook taken out by one person is'
very often read by a number of oth-j
ers before it is returned. Also the
report gives no idea of the help the
library has been this winter to the
school children in the use of roferer.ee
The circulation for the vear showed
nr increase of 1193 volumes over lasts
year. I H
During the year, tlio adult books,
8811 volumes of fiction, 7118 volumes
of non-fiction and 370 magazines,
A nice lot of books were recently
donated to the library by Mrs. Fred
New books recently purchased:
Hook of History, 15 volumes.
Use Your Government Franc.
Wonders Of Instinct Fabrc.
Echoes Of The War Barrio.
' Camps And Trails In China An
drews. Heroes Of Aviation Hull.
Automobile Handbook. Brokaw.
Household Management Ncsbit.
Economical Cookery Niel.
Practical Gardening Findlay.
Boy's Book Of Great Inventions
American Boy's Engineering Book
Gun Book McKee.
Boy's Book Of" Sign, Signals And
Carpontry And Mechanics For
Mother Nature's Toyshop Beard.
American Sportninnn Lewis.
Tho Scholar Gipsy Arnold.
Initiation Into Literature Fag
uct. BifT Business And Government
To Tho Kiver Blato And Back
ludicH will conduct tho same for 11
week or more.
Tom Nash, who has been working
on tho Oxford and Hcd Cloud local
freight, went to Republican4 City Sun
day evening, to tuko charge of a run
on tho Oberlin branch.
Groat Hunger Bojor.
Lamp In The Desert Dell.
Branding Iron Burt.
The Builders Glnsgow.
Disturbing Charm Ruck.
Red And Bluck Richmond.
Buttermilk Hog Builder
N TESTS made at the Iowa State Agricultural College it
was found that the free use of this preparation with other
foods shortens the feeding period one third, obtaining same results
Aside from acting as a tonic, keeping hogs exceptionally healthy,
it is high in food value. It contains the right elements for rapid
growth. For brood sows and suckling pigs it has no equal.
1 70 pound barrel, with water added,
makes 140Qto 1 GOO gallons of liquid
buttermilk, and 1-3 add'dfccdiug value
Can you afford to be without this highly valuable- preparation?
As A Poultry Food
You breed them to lay. Do you feed them to lay?
Fed right, poultry thrive and pay. Fed wrong they are an
expense. Their rations must be properly balanced. Some
foods make shells, some make yolks, and others make whites.
You would not expect a factory to turn out finished products
without the proper raw materials. You cannot expect a hen to
manufacture eggs without the necessary, proper raw materials.
Tan-Gors Powdered Buttermilk
Solves this problem for you. Carried in stock and for sale by
J. F. Edwards, Mgr. Red Cloud, Neb.
1 "NOT IN THE COMBINE"
Thnron Of Lost Valley Roe.
Ownoif Of Tho Lazy D. White
Forbidden Trail Willsie.
1'lnyer I'iano Iturfgviii. Someone in
tho vicinity of Red Cliiul ctiu hocure a
KdihI us mnv 1'lnyer Piauo at a (,'ront
hitrirttln. Will accept upright pliitio uu
part Mittleuiont. Write for partioiiai-a.
Colleetlou Dopt J.OLNBYPIANO CO.,
411 Felix tit , St. Joseph, Mo.
E. S. Gairbcr
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kindt
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You the Fixtures
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