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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1920)
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8d this down, tool
Spurs are crimped
not patted. You'll
tee it in the seam of
every Spur. You'll
taste, easier draw
ing, slower burning.
What Do We Mean
We put Spur; on the market with our
eyes open. We knew "There was Room
at the Top for highest possible quality
at lowest possible price" and we said so
And now Spurs ure perched at the top
but we didn't put them there. Smokers
did it themselves. You can't keep a good
thing down ar.d it didn't take smokers
long to discover t h;il Spur had something
What wa3 jl? Just that good old
tobacco taste that quality ot' bygone
days. Spur's blend n choicest Turkish
fine Burlcy and other home-grown tobac
cos and it's some blend.
Now-r-how about smoking a top-notch
Liggett & JIveus Todacco Co.
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balm as the said Association might
grant. Consequently, Superintendent
A. T. Holtzen, with the local foot-ball
Captian, Howard Kaley, went up to
McCook Tuesday- evening, but proved
themselves able to make liettlement
entirely different .from these condi
tions. The game will not be forfeit
ed but is to be" played to the finish,
nnd is to bo continued where It was
left off here, the ball to be placed by
mutual agreement, two yards from
Ilcd Cloud's goal, and Barrett not
McCook even consents to pay $130
for expenses' of the Ilcd Cloud team
to that city, which was accepted by
xv Superintendent and Captain, con
sequently, the game will bo finished
at McCook on Friday, December 3.
The expense of .McCook's team com
ing down here Is $130.00 while the
gate receipts last Friday were only
about $80,00, leaving the; Ideal team
$50.00 short and our boys getting
their expenses paid by going to Mc
Cook, will assure them of not going
in fho hole still deeper and the pres
ent outlook is that the athletic fund
this year will have a little balance
left if the attendance at the Armis
tice Day and Thanksgiving games arc
what they should be.
Under this new contract for Decem
ber 3, McCook agrees to forfeit the
game to Red Cloud if the crowd docs
not stay off tho field.
The gamo will be resumed with the
old score standing seven for Red
Cloud and nothing for McCook.
A Specialist, Nm In N'Hme Only,
, by Kxperlence of Almost h
Quarter of a Century
Does Not Use The Knife
Will Give Frve Consultation on
TUESDAY, NOV. 23
lt Correll Hotel
from 9 a. m., to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
A Few of My Bargains in
KANSAS WHEAT LAND
(140 ncres 4$ milt-Bfrnni Hood (own. (jood gm.s, 15 foot to water,
for qulclr finle 812X0 per tiore will curry bncl MOOo hi i percent.
GJO ncrt'8. Smiles iiom town all In gihsc, SfiOncrvn bottom land all
can be fanned hut about 40 actes close to cchoo!, p oil neighborhood,
and surrounded with jjood improvements, &( feet to water, 820 per acre
wlll'eurry hnck 850UO at 0 pereenl. .
4S0 acre- with improvi iiien-M, 8 mtleR fiom goml town. B0 feet to
water, 80 miles under eiiltlvnll.ui, mljolii. school, a Imiualn at ar per
acre, SJSoU buck at (I percent.
1G0 acie-Bh' miles from town, level as e lloor. stood jnit.8,, SHo per
net c. 81000 back.
?J2i acres 0)4 miles from town, 40 acres in wheat, 'j delivered, 1C0
Hern mora broke which could be put. In barley In spring, every foot can
be i ultlvaed, priced at g.'lO per acre, 84000 back at II percent.
1(50 acres flue level quarter excopt about in acies, 1G0 in cultivation,
100 acios in wheat 4 of wheat at machlno goes with tho place at 810
per acre, 82000 back at 7 percent.
320 acres, jklUv tillable,, 200 acres under cultivation, Isotn pasture, 7
room bouse, bVrjf, granary, well and mill, leased for 1921, for oncthlrd':
delivered, 5 miles from town on graded road, a bargain at 40 per acre,
14000 back at 0 percent
000 aores, 4 miles from town, finest improved farm in county, 100
acres good alfalfa land, pumping plant irrigating 40 aores, good spring
in pasture, 200 acres seeded to wheat goes with the plnce for 800 per
acre, terras at 0 per cent.
160 aores 13 miles from town, all in gratis, level, good sell, this goes
fcr 824 per acre.
If you are interested in any of the above come in and see me and
6t a date to go dowu and look it over. I make the ,rlp in auto and
about three days is all that ia required to make the trip and look the
land over to your satisfaction. I beleive I am giving you good advise
when I tell you to act quick for land is sure to advance, as parties in
northwestern part of Kansas are selling their land there and coming in
here to ouy.
Geo. W. Hutchison
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans, Abstracts
PHoMCt; I Office, Red 33. lad, 63
Webster County Duroc Jersey Breeders
Saturday, Nov.: 20, 1920
Besse Auditorium Stock Barn, Red Cloud, Nebraska
SALE STARTS 1:30 P. M.
The consignment is sired.Jtor Boars of noted blood
lines as follows: ' fj
Changeable Critic, King's Cofonel Supreme, Big Bone
Wonder, Col's Golden Orion, Chief Orion, High Orion. Jr.
Woodland Pathfinder and Pathfinder Masterpiece.
This offering represents the pick of our herds.
, The hogs arc nicely grown qut, not overloaded with
fat. Consigned by Geo. Beitler, Cowles; J. T. McMahon,
Blue Hill: J. II. Kellogg, C, H. Steward, Leith Stunkard,
Red Cloud; James Arnold, E. W. Loseko, Inavale; E. A.
Blumenthal. Blue Hill: Wm. Arndt, Blue Hill: Edgar Ten
nant, Cowles, and Sam Johnston, Inavale, Neb.
Hogs have been vaccinated. Write For Catalogue,
HENRY R. FAUSCH, County Agent.
Red Cloud, Neb. Sales Manager,
THE GAME TO BE
FINISHED AT McCOOK,
T,imo disclosed thnt McCook would
not be satisfied with anything less
than lied Cloud paying all expenses,
making public apology through tho
press of both towns for what they
termed the tlisgraccful episode, (the
unfortunate ending of last Friday's
foot-bnll game on the Hedge field,
between the local High School and
tho McCook eleven,) and tho forfeit
ure of the gumc to the visitors, else
they would carry the mattci' to the
State Association and demand Red
Cloud's disbarment nnd such other
They Come for Miles to See Him
( Dr. Doran is a regular graduate in
fnediclnb and surgery and is licensed
b$r tKtf'yt'ite iof Kansas: 'He visits pro-
fs.4innrillHfr 'tliA mnw Imnrirfnnh interna
tind cities, and offers to all who calT
on mis trip, consultation and exam
ination free, except the expense of
treatment when desired.
According to his method of coming
to your nearest city to see patients ho
giveJD'SJil'tho sick people an oppor
tunity to obtain tho best that medical
scienc.Qcan oner rtnt at norao. He
does not operate for chronic appendi
citis, gall stones, ulcprs' of stomach,
tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his 'credit many wonder
ful. results' Ln diseases of .the stonfach,
liver, Dowels, blood, skin, nerves,
heart, kidney, bladder, bed wetting,
catarrh, leg ulcers and rectal ail
ments. 'rf'you have been ailing rfor any.
lcntrth Of timo nnrf iln nnf enf nnii
better, do not fail to call, as improper
measures rather than disease are very
often the cnusc of your long standing
Rcrncmber above date, that exam
ination1 on this trip will be free and
that .his treatment is different. .
Married ladies must come with their
husbands, and children with their par
Address: Medical Laboratory of Dr.'
Doran, 335-330 Rost Block, Minneap
Russell Summers went to Grand Is
land Friday morning after spending
a week here with his mother.
Comminioner of Streets.
Dr. R.V. NlcMson
OHlceOvor AlbrUlu'aBtore '
Red Cloud Nibraska
OVER STATE BANK
went to get
in your car on a cold day when
your foot slipped on the running board,
giving you a bad fall?
If not, you are lucky. II you have you will bo in
terested in our line of running board mats, made
oi rubber and do not absorb dirt. Come in and
Miller Tires and Accessories
Vulcanizin g- Re-treading - Re-lining
THE RED CLOUD TIRE CO.
EJ SideMain st. Work Gurnttd. Red Qoiid, Neb,
CITY OF EVANSTON
DEPARTMENT OF STREETS
Out Street Department hai in lerrice five two-toa, Model "J" Reo trucka and one
Model "S" Rio toadtter.
The two trucka firit purchased, equipped with Lee automatic tide dump 3 -yard rteel
bodie entered aenrice April 2, 1918. One of theae wat wrecked Augutt 6, 1918 aad
replaced Augutt 24, 1918. ' ,
On July 26, 1918, our Special Garbage Truck entered service, equipped with
wooden body detigied to carry 120 garbage cast of one cubic foot each.
On March 26 and, April ?, ,1.919 two mora truck entered service. These are equip
ped with 3-yard Woods' hydraulic hoist rear dump steel .bodies.
The roadster entered service May 14, 1918. win'. . i , r
These trucka have hauled crushed stone, sandicifisjef, ashcathrubbith' and garbage
coatinuoualy over paved and unpaved streets and alleys in all kinds of weather.
The coBsamptiosi of gaa andoil ha bea very t low, the' repairs so
the results remarkably good.
lata told the Modal t'F." tricky im.seivjka (tpm( March 26, 1919. equippsyith.
duo nous rear ourap sieei atony ana opcraieq py me viewer uepanmeni u biyibb wuaaar
good result. . '"' li'" ' " ' " ' ft"
Signed ROBERT M.'BROWN. i "v.i
repairs small, and I; consider
SUTTON & SHIPMAN
AUTHORIZED AGENTS CtAHAQE RED CLOUD, NEB
The Standard of Excellence
We .have always .endeavored to give ur patrons
the very best merchantii.se,. that panbe, .obtained J
on the'markets. Tfrie utmost' care is' exercised in
. the, selection o the brands of goods we offer our i
customers. Our many years ''oTexperieiSce in the '
Grocery business enables us to determine just
what brands !yfj'lT meet with the approval of the
trade. We wish to call particular attention to our
line of CANNED GOODS. When buying be
sure to specify
Having handled this line for many years we do not
hesitate to recommend any kind of Canned Goods bearing
this name. Our personal guarantee stands behind every
can we sell. When you want- the best in Staple and Fan
cy Groceries cal on or phone us your wants and they
will have our prompt attention.
P. A. Wullbrandt
Groceries and Queensware
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The Margin of Safety
Is ruprescutod y tho iwnnuut of
insurtineo you curry
Don't lull yourself-into r funded
Because flro hus novor touched you
it doesn't follow that you're-immune
Tomorrow -uo today, if you have
time nnd you bettor And time
come to the ofllco and we'll writs
u policy op your house, furniture,
.store or merchandise.
LATER MAY BE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
N'otlcu In hereby glvon, that uiulcr and by
vlrtuuol mi Order ot Halo lksued from tho
ulllco.of ICdltli Ij. McKcliihim Clerk ol tlio
District Court ot tho Tenth Judicial Dlstrlot
within nnd tor Wotrtter county, Nebraska
upon adccrcoln nnaotlon ponding, therein
wherein John K. Wnkcllcd Company Is l'lnln
tltr, and ataliiBtTho Desso Auditorium Asso
elation, et al Delendanta, I shall oiler (or sale
'at public venduo, according to tho terms ot
said decree, to tho highest bidder (or cash In
band, at tbo south door ot tho Court house, at
Rod Cloud, In said Wobstor county, Nobras
ka, (that bolng the building wherot n tho last
term ot said court was holdon) on tho 2!)th
day or Novomber A. U. 1030 at a o'clock 1',
M., ot said day, tho (Mlowlng described prop
Lots one (1), two (2), tnrco (3), twontyono
(21). twenty two (22), twenty thrco (23), and
twontytour (2), all in block 0, In tho Original
t6wn ot Hod cloud, Nebraska; (
Given under my hand thlaXth day otQcto
ber A. U. 1020. T
K . .KBANKHUFFER HhorlfT
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