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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1921)
Farmers Institute October 25th to 28th--Bigger and Better than Ever
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 20. 1921
Do You Need Any This Fall?
Now is a good time to get them as
we are making a
Special Price of
$6.00 and $7.00
A DOZENFOR A SHORT TIME ONLY.
'"Sec The Styles-in The Street Case
THE GLEASON STUDIO
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J. C. MITCHELL
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Standard Oil Co.
ANNOUNCES THAT THEIR
New Service Station
CEDAR STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 5th
Polarine Oils And Greases
Red Crowa Gasoline
Standard Oil Co.'s Filling Webster County Slacker List
Station Opened Saturday Following ih tin- iut or "slackers"
for Webster county, as tnken from tho
Saturday the Standard Oil Company government list, which has been re-
opened their new Service Station tit celA-d at tho post of lloo In talking
tlio corner or fourth Ave, and Ci'dnr with tnctnliors of the rpgls'.ratlcn
boud wo find Unit t hoy did nil in
their power by writing or ttttlciiiK to
relatives of these nioti tiut to no avail,
Thus tlioy are now classed us draft
evaders, thuro Is a $")0 reward offered
for cacli und every one of tlieiu. Wo
have no apologies to offer in case any
of these man joined the Bcrvlco else
where in the United States, but would
suggest that thoy immediately Ret In
touch with the government mid Ret
their record clear.
.street. Mr Lew Hreaky who lias been
in olinrge of the oil wagons liore for
several mouths has been promoted to
city salesman and Is also In charge of
the station. Enos Reynolds is his
assistant. Fred Leggott will continue
to raalce the deliveries iu tho country.
In an Interview with Mr. Slack, man
ager for this district, be states that
this city is the smallest in this statu
where this company has luslaUed a
station. Thb station fills a long need
ed win' in this city ami also makes a
good Improvement to tho town.
A It man
A WORD ABQUT PERSONAL SERVICE
? viJUK"turchue;ot a watch or a diamond,
of silveMaplcware.or personal jewelry.
-: wut- P xnwco more .aaaraciory u
your choice is guided by expert
,;; We are always gtfd to help our patrons
with suggestions, to give them the bcaent
r,". et our yaan et expneoca.
- JThia.aervice costs ...
nothing, but adds
Ask to see "1835
Red Cloud Holsteins Men
tioned in Test Record
One of the pure bred registered Hol
steln-Frieslati Cows, owned dy Starke
Brothers of Red Cloud, Nebr .recently
made 31.'.! lbs of butter in seven days,
Hccordlug to the latest, bulletin of "Re-
ported Tests of Htilstciu-Fric'dan
Coh", published bi-we-kly by Mnl
oolm 11. (iurtuerof Delavnii, Wis., Sup.
Oiintetnlent of Advanced Registry of
the Holsteiu.Frleslan Association of
This cow, Jessie Ormsby Tritomla
Di Kol, Ht the aire of nine years and
onn month, producer! 6'U.I lbs. of milk
au'd 24.050 lbs. of butler fat, in 'acres
diys, t-quiTafent to t he above uuYounl;
o butter Her 31 day record is '2081.7
lbs of milk and l2.839 Iba &of",bUttc,r
fav equivalent tolJtiQ lbs of butfor.
- Auothor cow. St ike Warms Axguie
Hjmcstead, also owned by Starke
brother, is reported us hvln made
at the aga of two v- ars and four
mouth", ii record of 448 5 lbs. of milk
and 10.180 lbs of bn ter fat, in seven
days, equivalent to '23.0 los of butter
Prank O. I.owden, former Governor
of Illinois is I'lesid.-nt of the Holstein
Fricsiiiu Association of Amciica. This
Association has a membership of over
teutv thousand tneeders in the Unit,
cd States, and Is the largest pure bred
cuttle Association iu the world, repres
enting nearly one half million pure
Red Cloud, Neb.
R. It. 1,
Harrie Irvinir Barlow )
Uarrihl. J Red Cloud, Neb.
Lester A. Chreskcnesser
Cbrlsiqsen (jester Auderbot
l.es'er A Chribenseti
Miguel Liip-z I
Blue Hill, Nebr.
rtt. ) Red Cloud, Nebr,
A new slock of Westclox Alarms
Boosters Visit Kansas Towns
As h result of the splendid efforts of
the Committee from the Chamber of
Commerce and the Committee repres
enting the Farmers Institute a One
booster trip was undertaken on Wed
nesday by eighteen autos loaded with
citizens of Red Cloud and vicinity in
the interests df the Farmers Institute.
In spite of tho wiud and choking
dust, tho best of good fellowship pre
vailed and every ono agreed that tho
trip had been well worth while.
Iko Johnson as marshal of the parade
covered himself with dust and glory.
Tho band was on hand iu full forco
aud made us prouder than ever of Red
Clond us a musical center.
Rev. Fred Newluud was the speaker
and in nearly every place alluded to
the fact that ho was expecting to enter
the "fat stock exhibit" made witty
and pithy anuoiiucoinuuU which wcro
well worth listening to.
All in all it will the best booster
trip out of Ked Cloud for some ycais.
Albert Arthur Sauk
Taken to Mankato for Trial
Friday, night State Deputy Sheriffs
O..D. Hedge and John Jonea, m rom
pjfn With Shiff 4Huffer of'thuudtj'.
Sheriff Cole, of Mankato, Kauaas, and
Mr..J.A;. MHlrr,.pf,Uurr Oak, went out
to the CbBrVBfMninickfann south of
Kivertou, where Mr. Mliinlck was talc
en Into custody by tho ofUc- rs on a
John Doe wan ant charged with having
Btoleti goods iu hi poxsexRton. Prior
to' the urrebt the officers bad discover
ed a large umouut of tobucco in Mln
uicu'u pool lullat Utvcrtoii, which had
eeii luken from J A. Miller's 8t6re at
Run- Oak iu ihe recent robbery. Quito
an amount, of tobaojo was ulbo found
stored iu Minuick'b barn on the farm.
When the officers drove out to the
place to make the artest Mr. MinnicU
had a number df coats In his car, as
boon as ho realized tnat they were
after him he started driving to his
uncle's place and threw out sevtiral
coats while on tho way. Thoy bore
Mr. Miller's name and price tags.
They brought him to this city where
Charlie Sm ton was also arrested on
tho same charge. The prisoners were
taken to Mankato about ono o'clock
that night and on Monday the prelim
nary hearing came up and the trial
was continued unill October 3lst. The
bouds wore set at ono thousand dollars
The of flccisfi have been working dill
Kcntly on this case since the rbbbory
at Burr Oak and are accomplishing i
considerable In the way of getting now
evidence. Recently a large amount of
this stolen tobaoco was found hero in
the city, und on Monday Mr. Hedge
loaded It up and took It back to Burr
Oak and also attended tho preliminary
W Mike 'Quality' Right Then the Price Rif ht
Red Ctomi Jf
Jeweler mad Optometrist
' Artf A jtMOn.
Don't Fail to See the Farmers' Institute Parades Oct 27-28
Al Saladcn wont to Lincoln Mon
day morning. I
Ruymond K. Huffman of Guide
Rock and Miss Elizabeth Wolfo of
this city wcro granted a marriage
licenses Monday. .
Conductor Moll Syndcr of St. Joe.
who lias been running from that city
to Lincoln, is now back on his old
run St. Joe to Red Cloud and his
many friends nro pleased to seo him
Bert Conner, who has been engineer
on tho switch engino in the locnl
yards for some time, went to Hol
drego Wednesday where ho will work
in tho future. Engineer Welsh nr
rivec hero Wednesday to take his
Having secured tho service of Win.
M. Burgos, t ha scavenger who so suc
cessfully cleared up the filthy vaults of
tlio city n few years ago, he will pro
ceed at onco to remove all nuisances
and breeding places of disease, be pre
pared when ho ctimi's, All cess pools
considered daiiKorouH and unsanitary
will be filled up. Trice Iba per barrel,
y, cubic fuel, or Y1 galldiis. City sew.
er connections will be made at reason
llti.ii) y Cook. City Health Physician.
Grace Church Services
r is EASY to wash PYREX
Nothing can adhere to its hard, odor-proof, grease
proof surface. It is easy to keep clean for it will not chip,
craze, bend, dent or discolor and always remains new.
PYREX is the original the first transparent oven
ware and is guaranteed not to break in actual oven-use.
PYREX is made in shapes and sizes for
every practical baking purpose. It is a saver
ot time, luel and dishwashing drudgery.
22nd Sunday After Trinity
Sunday School at 10 a, in.
Morniug Service at 11 a, in,
Kveniug Service nt7:H0 p. m.
Please note change of time for even
On Sunday afternoon at 4 the Con
flrmution Instruction will be glvsu to
I all who are iuterebted.
GENERAL CONTRACTOR I
Wc do building from the excavating to the painting
complete. We will figure your jobs to furnish all mater
ials, or otherwise, to suit our customers. "We do FRAME
BRICK and STUCCO work, Let us show you the differ
ence between good and inferior stucco.
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