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RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nebraska.
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A. B.MoAUTHUR, Editor ami Ovvnor
Foroljfn, per column Inch 15c
Local. 10 & I2J$
Farm Bureau Notes
Mondny Vaccinated hoga for Con
rntl Starke, attended the Rod Cloud
Chamber of Commerce Booster's din
ner, judged the 11. H. Hunter mule
show at Inavnlu. Around 25 mules
'.from Mr. Hunter's jack were riiown.
Jake Reitf won 1st, Art Mcyera 2nd,
Herbert Barber 3rd and Frank Sibcrt
4 Ui. This was a fine show. Mr.
Hunter can well feel proud of the
bunch of good mule colts from lilts
jack. Monday night, took Mr. Boom
er, Specialist in Marketing, out to
School District G Garfield Town
ship where he talked to a laixc and
Tuesday Vaccinated hogs for
Frank Kinjp and- Grant Khidicr. In
Fpccled sick hogi for Clias. Alien and
J. Smith. Mr. Boomer talked to the
Guide Bock High School, Hereford
Breeders met ir. Farm Bureau Office,
ttc-clcctcd Frank Bean, president, L.
It. Mattock, vice-president and L. R.
Larrick, treasurer. The association
.will offer 15.00, the Farmers' In
stitute n like amount for special prizes
to members of the -association as
follows: $10.00 Champion Bull, ?5.00
Reserve Champion Bull, $10.00 Chnm
ion Cow and 5.00 Reserve. Champion
Cow. Also planned a Hereford Tour
for Tuesday, October 11th. Mr.
Boomer spoke at District .'10 Pleasant
Wednesday Vaccinated calves for
Andrew Hansen, Mr. Boomer spoke
nt Blue Hill High School. Attended
J. P. Schecrzingcr &. Son Poland
China sale. Mr. Iloomer spoke at
District 77 Oak Creek Township.
Thursday Vaccinated calves for
Robert Portiner. Attended Webster
county Shorthorn Breeder's dinner.
17 of the 25 Shorthorn Breeder's at
tended the dinner at the Royal Hotel.
After dinner President Steward In
troduced E. J. Overing. His subject
was show at the Farmers' Institute
and was pleasing and inlorenting.
This was followed with short talks by
Henry Fomme balder, Henry Fauch
and C. 11. Steward. It was decided to
hold a consignment sale in April.
Officers were re-elected C. B. Ste
ward, president, C. V, Johnston, vico-
pre fdent and Fred Householder,
societal y-treaHircr. Farm Bureau
Meeting Bohemian Hall, Batin Town
ship. Friday Judged the Boys and Girls
Club Show of Adams county held at
Hastings. Having judged seven
county fairs, iHost of which had club
shows in connection, the Adams
county was the best from the stand
point of individuals. Adams county
is fortunate in having a real livestock
County Agent in E. R. Davis. This
is Adams county's first year in Farm
Bureau work.and they have the State
Champion Judging Team. This team
also won first ut the Inter-State Fair
Sioux City, Iowa and they leave next
- week fftr the International held at
Atlanta, Georgia. Tho Adams county
Supervisors and tho Adams county
Farm Bureau have jointly appropriat-
ed $750.00 to pay tho expenses of the
team. Here's hoping they win.
Saturday Vaccinated hogs for L.
W. Sabin. Attended the Spotted Po
land China Hog Sale of Wilmot &
Sons, W. B. Sheldon and W. A. Hunt.
HENRY R. PAUSCH
County Agricultural Agent.
A CHANGE IN THE
J. A. McKnight, who has been as--aociated
with W. J. Linn, in the owner
ship of tho Bcsso Auditorium has
disposed of his interest and expects
to seek new fields of endeavor.
The thentre business is to bo incor
porated and enlarged in scope to em
brace theatres in two or three sur
rounding towns. A real swimming
-pool for Red Cloud, is one of the
things contemplated, in the organiza
tion. It is intended to incorporate for
about 25,000 and W. J. Linn says he
is ready and willing to go ahead and
invest up to fifty per cent of this
amount. Stock will be offered in small
blocks to residents of Red Cloud and
Tho proposition is not to bo pushed
and peoplo asked to invest through
any civic pride, but it is contemplated
putting it forward as a good sound
business proposition that will show
It is thc-desiro of those pushing tho
propostion, to interest everybody, for
a small inypsttyent and not to securo
large investors, 'as tho Success of tho
Tunturo .depends ufym tho interest 'and
Koeu wiii.,oL-uiQcoiRnmniiv Ana tne
fMftplo nr6tintefct31ted"financlally, it is
certain that their desire for the sue-
An Unusual Offer!
WE will deliver this superb instrument to your home. A
selection of Re-Cheations, too! You pay only what you feel
able to spare, be it as little as $10.00. Budget the balance according
to your convenience. All the security we ask is a Gentleman's
Agreement. t v.
THIS offer is made in co-operntion with Mr. Edison's groat
campaign to place the incalculable benefits of pure and good
music in every home.
; Mr. Edison has developed a reproducing instrument which
gives perfect music of all kinds. The research work alone cost
him three million dollars.
Hundreds of thousands of people gladly pay 2Q5 for dupli
cates of this three million dollar instrument. These instru
ments are known as Official Laboratory Models.
For those who are not ready to purchase Ollicial Laboratory
Models, Mr. Edison produces a skillful adaptation of this three
million dollar instrument, encased in a charming Ileppehvhite
cabinet. It is priced at only $107. f0.
To Mr. Edison's great and generous work, we now add our
Gentleman's Agreement Plan. It removes the last cost obstacle.
So don't delay. Don't deny yourself the pleasure and bene
fits resulting from Mr. Edison's marvelous invention. Take
advantage of this special, short-time opportunity, and buy a
Heppelwhite now. You will find it vastly superior to any and
all talking-machines at any and all prices. We are prepared to
prove this to you by a scientific comparison you and your
friends to be the judges.
We are able to make our Gentleman's Agreement offer
because there will be no reduction in the prices of Edison in
struments. Edison has raised his prices less than 15 per cent
since 1014. Don't wait. Come before this special allotment
of Heppelwhites is gone. Come at once.
"Ty. At any time within one year from date of
JLJ J LC purchase, you can trade your Heppelwhite
in on an Official Laboratory Model. We will allow you the
full amount you've paid.
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A Real Edison
Miss Elsie de Wolfe, the
noted furniture authority,
described this cabinet as .
diminutive and graceful
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Licensed Edison Dealer
cess of tho project, will secure their
cooperation and good will.
Aside from the direct profit to
those interested, this means a lot to
Red Cloud, in way of healthful re
creation for young and old. It means
more visitors from surrounding towns,
more money spent with our merchants
and improved business conditions
The details of tho proposition will bo
put before tho public within a few
days. Hero's success to tho new
Grace Church Services
21st Sunday After Trinity
Sunday School at 10 a. m,
'Morning feojvloq and Sernoii.by Rev,
J. M, Bates at 11 a. in
No Evening Service.
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of Webster Coun
In tho Mutter of tho Estato of Has.
mus Jetibi'ti Deceased.
Ci editors of Suid Estate will tnko
Notice, Unit tlie time limited for pre.
Bjntiitlon and filing of claims against
said cHtiite is February 1, 11)'2'J, and for
the payment of dtbt Is April Btli,l!22,
that I will Bit nt the county court room
in said county mi tliu 5th day of Nov.
ember lfl'.'l, to examine, hear and nllnw
nil claims duly (lied which are a first
or second lieu upon said estate, and on
the 0th day of February 1022 to exit
mino, hear, allow nud adjust all claims
and objections of "gcuernl creditors
duly filed. . ,
Dated this 8th day of Oetober 1021.
(3el) A'. D.' RANNEY
0V13U STATE UANK
Lutheran Church Notes
O. II, IIeinitz. Pastor
Ilcyulnr services are hold overy first
and third Sunday in tho month in tho
Adventlst church, Corner of 3rd Ave.
and Walnut St
Sunday School jit 10 n. m,
Preaching at 11 n. m.
We da Job Printing
E. S. Gerber
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You with Fixtures
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by the amount of
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Don't lull yoursolf into a fancied
Because flro h,as never touched you
It doesn't follow that you'rejmmuno
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store- or merchandise.
-LATER MAY HE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
'.Irs." BfEt Stunlgirdanddaughter,
Helen, winte JlSftoppCv 5un'day even-
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