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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1920)
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There are times when a Good
Alarm Clock will realy put money in
pocket by giving you MORE HOURS in the morning
Will wake you and add those hours to your day
Maybe your old clock is "all in." Better get a new
BIG BEN and MAKE SURE. '
J. C. MITCHELL
Columbia Grafonolas The Jeweler Columbia Records
SI. 00 a day hotels
Free lunches -Foot
Hair rats and switches
2c railroad fare
2-plece bather suits
Nickls car rides
MA LONE- GELLA
AND THE PRESENT DAY
M iidl c ties
Tight skit ts
f Two.bll shaves
-M ALONE-GELLATLY COMPANY-
Phone, Store Ind. 1 58, Res, 93 RED CLOUD, NEB
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Stove pipe hats
All wool 4?
"Wlmt'll you have?"
Sl suits s
Ten knights in a barroom
Ten bars in 11 night
Good Coal at
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f 100 suits
Alt-t he-way backs
Still Wood Coal at
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A Newspaper That Gives The News
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 30. IS 20
1 County Population Decreases
According to census reports Issued
tit. Washington, I). C this wei'k, the
population in Wobster county bus dec-eased
1,0?8. There wero 12,003 people
In this county in 1U10 but uucordliiK to
this year's census the populntlon Is
Ed Cook Won Second Place
A messrtge leceived iy Urlco &(iiim
es, Tui"-day, states that Louisiana
birds took Hist prize in distance- of
fjOO miles and that N'owuia, Oklahoma,
was in second plueo in distance of KM)
mihs The Oklahoma blids were en
t.Mcd by I'd Conic, kii of Dr. Henry
Cook, of tin-, city, who 1 porate.s a Ilex
all l)i ii More 111 Nowata The mess
iign also states that continued bad
weiither intetfeiul with the (light of
the blj-ds mid that the pull- entered liy
dice X Grimes hii'l not come in at the
time tho nu's-iig" was sent.
Miss Mildred Hayes and Mr. Kllis
(lahmtlnc of Clujtoti. KatiMis weie ur
ited in maiiiage b Hev (ope at the
Motliodlst paisouage, Monday afei
noon. The bride is a daughter of Mi.
and Mis N. M. Ilnjes. For sjme timn
past she has has held 11 pusi'iou with
the Independent Telephone Company
as night ojierntor. She has a tiost of
friends to wish her joy and prosperity.
The man of her choice Is one of the
prosperous young farmers of Kansas
Tho young couple left Tuesday ir.orn
ing for Clayton whore they will make
their future home.
October Jury List
The Octobor term of the Distiict
Court will convene October lltu with
Judge William A. Dllworth on the
The following jurors are summoned
to appear October 12th, the second day
of the tctm.
A I llolVman
C. W. Ujwley
Leonard Hick.it d
A. U Wheat
C. C. Stout
I) (J Bell
A. J. Futy
K. J. Petetson
Tlieto will bo no heatingon petitions
for Xuturali. itlon owing to tho fact
tho term ot court is within thiity days
preceding the general election. i
V Foot Ball Schedule ;
Tho Bed Cloud High School root ball
team has at tanged for tho following
games to be played on tho Hodge Held
in this city. Tills schedule consists of
the sjiongot tenuis in the southern
pait of the state
Fuubuij. fiom the est, will meet
the local tqtnul on October Sth; Burr
Oak, from the South, is scheduled fur
Outnber 3-) 'J'ln's was the strongest
Kansas team that lUey played last
year. Two from the west will be tho
next two games on tho home Held,
Heaver City on Octobor 28 and McCook
on November 5th. Kearney fiom the
Nouh will play here on Thanksgiving
Day, Novembei 25th. '
With tun t.NUL'ption of tlio Thanks
giving gniue, wlucli will be itilled at
.'1:00 tho time set for tho games is .'l:".o
Season tickets may bo had from Pi of
Iloltzen. These tickets will also ad
mit you to tho giuno here Friday after
noon of til's week, when the Franklin
Academy will meet tl.it local boys
As thoy have wont to consideiable
expense to outfit the ho and put
them iu shape for tho season it is hop
ed that tho attendance will be large at
The Stockholders of tho Fanners
Independent Telephone Co.. will meet
at tho Court Houso Saturday, Oct 0,
1020 ot 2 o'clock p. ni in annunl sess
ion. Wo want you there.
O. K. UAMKV, President.
Fifty - two Weeks Each Year For $2.00
Committee on Institute Parade
Tho r.imtPis Institute Parade will
be held Fiiday, Ou'ober 2mli, at 12110
p. in., and the following is the co :i
mltteo in charge:
Miss Stella Dueker, representing the
Prof A. T. Iloltzen, in charge of City
llt!iii- Fuu-ch, Fainieis Institute and
Live Stock Department.
F. W. Cowdcu and K. .(laibcr, re
pteseiitlng the Iluiluess Mi n. "
All pzuide anangemeiiis hliould be
m-idoml'h , lie ei mini t tee
Baptist Church Notes
Preaehn c m tl a in
Sumliiv M'lioul 10 a. in.
Il'reiicliiiig 'i."!!! p. tu.
Tlu: I!hv H It. Conn of liiiuid Is.
laud will iient'!i bnl!i uioiliitig nud
As the United Ohilstiiin clnirch will
have no pieacliltig set vice that lay
after Sjinday Kcliool they will reiiair
to tho Iiiiptlst huich to hear l!ev.
C'oou and in the evening the Cougie
gatiouul ami Iiielhren t'Nieet to be
witn us 11N0.
The feeling in the evening will open
with a song mm vice.
All whose duty and iiielinittion does
not call them ulscwhei'tr ato cotdially
invited to meet with us.
INS AND OUTS OF LIVESTOCK
Tho Meat Eater of the near future
is going to be troubled in tho region
of the pocket book. Producers of
beef and pork arc quitting the busi
ness because to them it has been n
losing game. No one can blame any
one for quitting a losing business, but
it is too bad for the producers, the
consumers and the soil of our Nation
that livestock lias not been returning
a uniform profit.
When men are going into and com
ing out of n business in an erratic
manner that business is certain to
suffer the consequences. Supply rises
and falls, bringing a falling matket,
as supply increases, and increasing
prices, as supply low-era. Heavy pro
ducers may find themselves bankrupt
overnight tinder such erratic condi
ditions or they may find themselves
cr dited with a small fortune accumu
lated in as short a time. It makes a
nasty gamble of what should be a
sound, stable business, and it makes
or breaks men by the thousnnds.
Tho great need of the present is an
assured, profitable price for all meat
animals fitted for the market. If the
farmer could be assured a reasonable
profit for cattle and hogs ho would go
ahead with production. II is soil would
increase in productiveness as his herd
increased, for gi cater crops follow the
manure spreader as surely as day fol
lows night. With tho memory of tho
past still fresh in mind; of promises
of profits made and broken; or prof
iteers reaping tho reward rightly be
longing to the producer, is it any won
der that pastures and corrals arc bare
of cattle and hog"fcnccs arc sagging
about vacant pastures ? Capper's
The Best Looking Woman
In The World
Is a man, its Jul. an Mtinge, see him
In his marvelous 0 net photo play at
Hie Auditorium Fr'dav and Saturdav
The, Wall is Ti actor demonstration
given on Friday and Saturday of lost
week drew two low erowds of inter
ested poople and some o' tlue-o pnsent
pronounced its work -upei ior to other
machines seen in opetntiou. Seven
and one half octcs were plowed be
tween one and live thiity o'clock, On
a total of 17JJ acres plowing only threo
quarts of oil were used olid tho guso
line consumed was only ten gallons.
Spued flexibility and low cost of oper
ation are some of its Import nut points,
Tho tractor is manufacturod by tho J.
I. Caso Plow Co., mid Sutton & Ship
uiau are the local representatives,
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Does Your Watch
Or Glasses Need Fixing ?
We want to do your
WE WILL DO IT RIGHT AND AT A REASONABLE PRICE.
WHETHER IT IS A WATCH, CLOCK, JEWELRY OR EYE
GLASSES, WE HAVE THE MATERIALS AND WE KNOW
HOW TO FIX IT SO IT WILL STAY FIXED. ,
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF OPTICAL GOODS, JEWELRY
AND SILVERWARE AND WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW
YOU WHAT YOU WANT.
WE TEST YOUR EYES AND FIT
YOU WITH CORRECT GLASSES
We Wake 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
Red aomi Jeweler and
Buy Them With
Egg and Chicken. MoneyJ
Set a3ide youi? egg and chicken money and,
almost before you; realize it, you will have"
enough to buy an equipment of beautiful
"Wear-Ever" aluminum cooking utensils.
Bright, light, silver-like "Wear-Ever" ulen-
sila will make you a3 proud of your kitchen aa
you are of the other rooms in your home.
Aluminum Cooking Utensils
cost slightly more than ordinary utensils because
they are worth more. It pays to buy "Wear-Ever"
just as it pays to buy good farming implements.
" Wear-Evcr" utensils arc made in one piece from
hard, thick sheet aluminum without joints or seams.
Cannot crack, flake or peel are pure and safe.
- Replace utcnoils that wear out
with utensilu that "Wear-Ever"
GEO. W. TRINE
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