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ICED CLOUD, NEBRASKA Otiirtt
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ANNUAL BOAR SALE
We will hold our 33rd sale of
Pure Bred Poland Chinas
At the farm 9 miles Northeast, of Superior, and mile.
North of Cadams, Nebraska, on
Tuesday, October 24th, 1922
LOCAL ITEWS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO.
The offering consists of 55 head. 40 bi husky Spring
Boars and 15 Gilts, all of the popular big type, cany feed
ing high backed pigs. The kind that just keep on grow
ing. They are sired by the boars, Smith's Yankee Bob,
Smith's Long Boy, and the new boars, Clan's Monarch and
The Pageant, They have been raised with lots of exer
cise and are in fine condition. They have all been vacci
nated. Come and spend the day with us.
Sale in Tent at 1 P. M.
Free Lunch at Noon
Write For C1MITU RDHC Superior
Catalogue Olfll 1 11 DlVUO., Nebrask.
B.E. RIDGLEY and W. C. HENDERSON. Auctioneers.
CADAMS STATE BANK. Clerk.
Bert NL Hitoiioock
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Candidate for Re-Election
Ho wns born in Nebraska G3 years ago.
Ho has published the Omaha World Herald for 37 years.
H,iB influential position in the United States Senate makes him
snore useful thhn over to Nebraska.
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TrT-fiTiimniii iim imwiimiuHi
Bell Phone 29 -:- Ind. Phone 12
Nov. .11, Will be a Big Day in Red
Cloud. Arrange to be Here
Kiftuon tiU ii' y yi in ol bulMlrf
'JOnl 10. nil lid IlllUnit Of tllO Ullllill
Sti't's. Uinlor iln piMtfriiiu which tin
t mint ! tun. mliili I'll tllnrt! will hi' lillill..
tl irliitf that tiiuf, 180,000 miles of itn.
p ovwl lilgliwuvs which will (!Utislitttt(
t hi I'Vilerul ilil lttjjliwiiv Hyhtem mill
a rquitl or grwi-ur iulleiu of Stsit
tin I loeil ninils When tlm grout b
is ilntiu. Hie tnui'-pott.ilJiiii fucllilUs of
tip country will 'ar '.Vio I tlioeu of
any otliur iiHtiiin. ptst m present, In
the world. The highways of thu tin
oh'tit ll'iniiuiH, liose fiuno hn conic
(I v.n tliMiujfli the centuries, will pule
DxttiiN of tills vast loatMnilUlliiR
program urn to ho p'liceil tiofote Hits '
lliitliwuy LMneatton Hoard at ItH eon
fcrunco in Washington October 20 o
:8 lnultisivc, by State Highway Engin
eers and oflloials of the liurean of
I'uhlle UoikIh, United States Depart
ment of Agriculture, to whom has been
entrusted the work of planning and
supervising the construction of Fed.
oral-aid highways. The plan will be
presented to onublo thu Ilonrd to r -
eeod uuthorltiitlvely with Its work of
devlbltiK aids for (ehonlsand colleges to
whicii road builders of the country are
turning for uouijictuut highway engineers.
OlllcialH of tho bureau place the ag
gregate cost of the Federal-ald pro
gram alone at about $3,000,000,000.
Bprc.id over the twenty year period.
Tncy base this estimate on nn average
cost of $17,000 per mi To Tho aveiajrc
cost, In turn, takes into consideration
all classes' of improve I loadways fioin
the cheapest to the most expensive
types. Apptoxlmately one-third of u e
proposed hjstem, or Ci',000 miles of im
proved highways, ulieady nro eltlur
The piogratn is n in w one. 1'p to
umiparalivuly recent years rod
building in the fulled SUtos lies tiet n
conducted without special regard to a
national sjitem HigliM ijs have been
coiistrucU'd where ne l-d without eoi.
al'lei i tiff wlivllu-r tha.V wo'tld tin '. up
111 the nio-l ir etu" ni.unixr wit ii Ue
wIkiI lift work of rortdi t be t-puad
over thu Nation. Ki.giu'ers I d
-wiilit ui' -re t meet, itniuo ifeiteuinl to
ciil iJcui ni's h m tin' broader req .ire
ttbi'i'iiil 'he SiHte BiMl nation
'fhci:i n ' e 'i I id r.td ' viiM
in, inui,i i , i li'iHii ot the lni . i
Stile, iU o uiftupliU tliH !'.usti .h'
tt.u of only hucli ronit as tit into I tie
national pinium una OouUituite to,
tue national system. At the same time
t 'O road will bo K eloted as to serve
tUti most important local requirement..
With marked uio.lificatlonu, thu ays
tim adopUd in building the railway!
of thu country wilt be. bui'tiu in mind
in the eunsiruotiiiu ol the country 's
now hixhwitys. Theie will be maid
lines of highway umnmuiication be
tweati neuter lliid t lloustlids of miles
of tee ler nmds, u-uolunrf bick into Uio
moro spaisly settled legions and into
Clio rk-li iiKl'iCitlturtil section!!, to tap
area win se pupiilatKui and pro uicts
will How over the new system
Xcw roads will be planned end built
thousands of unleb of them- wheie
ihey mII lit in most advantau.'ously
Willi the entire iiugtiiin. The bureau
is I'luitiuiiiiig its researcli work into
must t'lllclent methodsof road building,
including thu clrtracter mid wearing
power of material-, resisting qualities
of vartiug subsoils, etc, and hus
(una id a coiisidciublc stoio of valua
ble iiitiirinatioii all of which will bo
available for the highway uiigiuei-r of
to-uiiiriotv, whom the lionnl is seeking
ti liavo eiliieaie.l in pinctlcal and mod
O 'ii mul hulls.
Thin nbnrg I-
Mi-sCnule Meltrlde home
lCsli'in, Iili'-im, wheie she Iihh
vUttlng for several days
The Cniigrcirntluniil chtireh will be
re.deillcatnl ii"x SmIiIihUi moriilnir
Kflinon by lie v. llindley, of Weeping
(Hems of Twentv Years Ago.)
Miss Nellie Kuierditi went to Guide
Rook Sundav uiorniiig, whete she ex
pects to remain for n short time.
Henry Keeney of Cowles was In this
Charlie Fort visited at the homo of
his patents in this city the Hist of this
Chas. Kaloy is viewing ihe sights of
the Hue stuck show In Kanbtis City, this
RC.Iluschowof Blue Hill was attend
ing to business matters in this city,
Mrs. John Wiles of Orleans arrived
in the city, Wednesday, tor u visit at
the home of her parent?.
Miss (Jliim McMillan was in Omaha
the first of the week, atteiidim; the
cjnvcn'ion of the Disciples of Christ.
Messrs Dallcy and Aycrs of Long Is
land, Kansas have put chased tho gro
cery and queensware stock of D. F
M zv and will lake possession thellrst
of December. Tl cy expect to carry a
general merchandise stock
j The MaloEe-Gellatly Co.
GAKFIELD WOMEN'S CLUB TO
HOLD HAHY CONFERENCE
Tlie Women's Cluli oT Garfield Town
ship lias arrnnged with the State Bur
eau of IloJth to hrld a Baby Health
Conference on Wcdi.Pidiy afterncon,
October 'J5. Miss Edith .1. Whitely,
field nurse of the Hoalth Bureau will
conduct the confe'CHO. She w'U he
a sifted by Drs. Martin and Crelgli
'. ii of Red c3ouri. Mirn V)ilt"ly will
.'rri'O in i! c eomrm :r y en Tuesday
"("iiuon and m-ke all preliminary
; j . -l - i (, . f r t' " iJ,C', "nt.
Or. I. H. D ".a C'-."" i he l:jr-
.u v f Health, ill le c it for
part of the afternoon and vill also
del her a locture oa "Public Health"
: 'he cerd riff.
"ic '.fteraeea meetirf will '..cfthi
sit 1 '.30 o'clcck and tbc evening lecture
at 7:45. Both meetings will be held
tn the Girfleld Community chureh
four miles south and three miles east
of Red Cloud. All mothers with their
children as well as older daughters
ore urged to" be present for tho after
noon conference. The evening meeting
is for the general public.
Tho expense of theRo meetings will
he homo by the State Department of
ITftfklth. Thet'o will ho no charge to
the attend'ng public. Let all avail
themselves cf this, exceptional oppor
tunity. Mrs. Olivrr MeNutt, Pies.
In the County Court of Web
ster County, Nebraska
Call ami see me if you want a faun
1 ..in at ii lOilueo'l rate of interest and
br-st option. Loans closed iinmmli
atdy wnli no ie'ay or expense for tx
4J II UAJI.EY.
Enclish Lutheran Church
Regular iorvioe every unit tend third
Sunday In tho month In tho AdvenMst
If you do not worship elsewhere you
nro cordially Invited ti worship wllh
O. H. nolnllJ-., Pastor.
Row 1. Y( Kdpun will ju-oach at tho
Uaptist church noxt Sunday both morn
ing and evening.
The ftogln erf Safely
Ik leprescnted by tho auiount of
insurance you carry.
Don't lull yourself Into a fancied
Because lire has novor touched you
It doesn't follow that you're Iminuno
Tomorrow -no today, If you have
time and you better Hud time
come to tho ofiico and we'll writo
a policy on your house, furniture,
store or niorcliaudiso.
LATER MAY BE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
In Re. Estate of
Obctl B Harvey Notice of Hearing,
The heirs at law, the creditors and
all persons interested in the estate of
Obed B. Harvey deceased, will take
notice that Dean W Harvey has filed
hs petition In said court, alleging that
Olied It Harvey died intestateon Octo
ber lfi, I'll 1 being a resident of Webster
county, Nebraska; that he died seized
of the following described leal estate
in Welitter comity, Xebiaska, towit:
The east half of tho north castquait
er of section twenty-eight township
two north innge twelve west of the
Sixth pilueipal Muiidian
H'd that the interest of stld petitioner
In suld i enl estate in tile mvnuisliip in
fee simple of an undivided Int'r-st
That no application has been mode
in tne state vi ietiraiua tor the up.
point nient of an adminibtrator of the
OHtalo of said doeessed and that imre
than I wo years havo olnpst'd since the
date of .his death.
fcmid petitioner prays for a decree
barring all eltlms, a determination of
the time of the death of said Obed B
Harvey and a determination of the
heirs of the taid Obud B. Harvey, their
degicoof kinship, the light of descent
of leal property belonging to said de
cased and for such other and further
lellef as may be icquited in tlie pie-mli-es.
Said pwiltioii has lieen bet fur hear
lui; before said court in tho courtroom
of said court, in tlio court houbo at Red
Cloud, Webster County, Nebiaska, at 0
o'clock, A M., October 21, 1022.
Dated September 22, 1022.
A. D. RANNEY
A True Copy. County Judge.
Ulnukcr, Kuld ,1 Delclmut
Attorneys for Petitioner.
Panning the Du3lnecs.
A Chicago iiillllonalro gum manu
facturer walked Into tho tea-room at
the Prako the other day and an
nounced loudly that he had ju t seen
a girl (.hiding rum, adding: "I hato
girls tl "t eli . t,-iri!"- then Joined In
Hardware I Electrical Goods
N you want anything in the line of hardware,
ether it be a small item or a bill for a new house
we will be glad to serve you.
We also carry a line of electrical goods,
irons, grills, percolators, waffle irons,
See us for lamps,
"Lttn'me carry KELLOGC'S,
Jtckl I say I will! Mother
said you could buy KKL
LOGG'S. but I could tarty 'cm
home! I say I will I will I"
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a npm fiit&rt'v jtrrw v
tV- tHKft- U 4s
Positively the mo.:t joyousiy good any-timc-cercat
any man or woman or child ever put in their mouths f
Such flavor, such crispness! Such big sunny-brown
Corn Flakesl now you'll relish a generous bowl-filled
most-to-overfiowig; and a pitcher of ltilk or crcTam!
Kever was such a set-out! Never did you get such
a universal vote as there'll be for Kellogtr's Corn
riakes! Big folks and little folks will say "Kellogg's,
piease, moinori" J-eave it to their tastes
and yours! Prove out all we sayi
For, Keilogg's Corn Flakes arc a
revelation in flavor; a revelation in all-Ihe-timc
crispness! Kellogg's ate never
tough or leathery or hard to est ! Insist
upon KELLOGG'S the original Corn
Flakes the kind in the RED and
iM 1 i ArTW Jnfl A"U&Jk
Also maters of KELLOGG'S CRUMBLES oi.il KELI.OC'S BRAN, coo'.c' nd kriuaLlcd
1 Hereford Cattl
Poland China. Hm?s'
JjHS, J if JL J
'Wednesday, November 1, ?22
Commencing at 12:30, at the
n . w a m m niia'j-i
spring u eeK
5 miles north and 4 miles east of Smith Center, 4 miles
north and 2 miles west of Bellairc
7 young bulls from 3 to 12 months old; 10 cows,
3 with calves at oot and rebrcU, 6 fresh soon,
1 fresh, a good milker; 10 open heifers. 1 herd
boar; 6 spring boars; 8 tried sows; 20 spring gilts.
S. D. SEEVER
?oot Ball Game Friday at 3:30