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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1923)
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Dr.R. V. Nicholson
How About a New Harness For
I Imvo n good stock of Ilnriicss on hand, a few sets of nets left,
When in need of anything In tm-' harness line cull on me.
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Saddlery 2 Doors South ol Furmoro Union,
rHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Cntorcd In tho I'ostotllre nt lltrt ( loud, Neb
an Second Olasn Matter
A.B.McAKTHUK, Editor and Owner
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
Local. 12Jfc 15
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Bell Phone 29 -:- Ind. Phone 12
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Webster County Bank
E WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav-
ngs department in our bank for the use of thv child
ren, adults and every oik. Thrift and Having is
something that lias been neglected.
We kindly invito you to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and wo are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
Wo welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
LOCAL ITEWS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
MJPS YELLOW PENCIL Ktltiritfr.CA!lA8BffittteuKTRXS I
iL tuititfia RED BAND made by I
Chas. Millignn tins gone flreing.
Tii. It IJoticliin will movo to Hustings.
Dr .7 S. Emigh is expected home
Miss Stella Duelicr Is home from her
visit in Illinois
Alfred Hadel and wife arrived home
from Chicago, Saturday morning.
Geo. B Holland is in Hot Springs,
Arkansas, on a week's business trip
Mel Sherman has gone to Chicago
and will visit In Wisconsin before his
Harry (Joble came home Sunday
from Sioux Cltj, where ho has been
.1. Nustein and family have gone to
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, to visit a
The boys in the marble works are
going to play a game of ball with Still
water next Wednesday.
I'lve engine crews and two freight
crows stop here now, under the new
change of time on the B. & M.
In u small trip of about 25 miles
over Webster county this week we
notice that corn generally was excel
lent, while iu some localities, it bus
been slightly scorched or hulled.
The friends of Mr. and Mis. J. S.
Gilliam were pained this week to learn
of the death of little Edwnrd, their
youngest child, aged 2 years, niter u
wry lirief illness. Ilo was deai )y
loved by the patents and grand parents
as well as by other relatives, and was
n gieat tavorite among the children of
10 YEARS A (JO
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hearse in Connection
Best Service to Others Means Real Happiness to Ourselves.
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD. NEB
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COMFORT-for it means a cool kitchen.
X Economy for it wastes no fuel. You burn
kerosene oil only when you need it. Efficiency
for a Florence Oil Stove is easy and quick of
operation and every bit of heat is concentrated
close under the cooking. -
Come in and let our salesmen show its manyj
We Give S. 8c H. Green Savings Stamps With AH Cash
ttoy liarber of Hebion w,ii vUIiiiil'
his parents the first of he week.
.Mrs. W. D Edson left Wednesday
morning for u visit to Central City.
Mis-In Ulitings of Supeiior wu.s
visiting her sister, Mr. Paul Pope, the
tlrst of the week.
Dr. Cross has purchased the resi.
deuce property of Uev. Cole in the
west part of town.
Charley Kizer of Bryou, Ohio- nr
rived iu the city the first of the week
for a visit with his uncle, S. B.'-Kitfe'r
Mrs. Darrol Uurden left Tuesday
morning for Knusas City and other
eastern markets to purchase fall milli
nery. Mark Parks returned home the
latter part of the week from Denver
and other Colorado poiut6 where he
has beeu the past month.
Chrts. Whltaker of the llrm of Whit
aker fe Buckles spent Tuesday in
Alma attending to business matters
conuected with that firm.
Sheriff Oliver Hedge Hccompanted
the sheriff of Smith Center to that
place Friday, having in charge one
Clias. Ashley, charged with bootleg-Kl"fe'.
J. A. Silver, manager of the Silvey
Lumber Company of Inavale, returned
home the first of the week from his
home in Missouri where he has been
Bernard McNeny and wife and Alf
McCall and wife returned the latter
part of the week from Colorado points
where they had been visiting tho past
Harvey Hlckerson, the distinguished
looking barber who holds down the
llrst chair in the Mercer barber shop,
spent a couple of hours on Monday
evening "dolling up" after which he
made a run for No. 15, speuding the
evonlug In Franklin. Wo nre confl-
uent it was "just some girl' ho went
to see, and while- wo should like to
know her name, we would be satisfied
did we only know when and where he
The fanners are jiUitlatit over the
heavy rains of last week, amountiug
to close to two inches, coming in a
most opportune time for the coin which
is now malting rapid progress giving it
new impetus to the crop in general.
I! nive Blair finished binding a .'!0
acre field of sweet corn a few days ago !
which he expects to make a tine jlcki.
The principal work going on at the
present time ate weed cutting and
Mohler and Leadabraud hauled four
loads of hogs to Inavate last Filday.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mvers, Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Pagett and family
took iu one day at the Lebanon anni
versary. Frank and J. Ryan hauled a eoup'o
londs of hoes each to Inavale last Fii
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. Collins and the hit
ters folks Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holmes '
of Smith Center left last Sunday for;
Moulder, Colo., where they will spend a
couple of weeks oti business. Chas.
Collins will attend to the chores for
the former, J. C. Williams for the
C. E Leadabraud and Miss Mabel
Collins autoed to Lebanon last Satur
day to attend the celebration
Mr. and Mrs. Eld Eifiott were visit
ing the formers folks, Mr. and Mrs
Dave Elliott one day las', week.
Mrs. Noble and son Cllll'ird were at
Womar doing their trading one day
Tim wiiter was tissUHug Everett
Mjern putting in -i now alfal.'u fence.
last week and showing him how to run
a straight line. i
II Blnlr, (. U.iis and ). Couidie
made good wages iu getting over 110
pounds of honey iu the Johnston
-cho'il house one '.'ay last week. None
il i he above, never smoked, at lenht '
'hey -ay so themselves, but they done'
snme smoking there making it woiso;
indoors iu the school room' It-eenied
Idnda nauHerns to the bees and did '
not like It a lilt making them intoxi
cate 1 and moppy the same as imbioed
in hootch. I wish to ask some of your
renders more competent than your
humble servant. Is bees a nuisauee
or are they dangerous or obnoxious to
the general.public? If so these gentle
men were fully justified In getting the
loot and exterminating the bees, if
not it was open daylight robbery, un
constitutional and against internation
al law. I admit bees sting but not un
til molested Some humans also sting
even without being molested, of course
the writer should not say much on the
subject as he received and ate some of
the honey. I presume the superin.
tendeut of the schools will smooth the
matter over if he gets part of the
A great many in the vicinity are
getting their hogs vaccinated. Not
many are losing so far, but a little
west a good many are dying. It is
well to use remedies in any case.
Bcnnie Mohler and Ralph Parber
each purchased a Ford car the latter
being a roadster or runabout
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU WHEN
YOU WANT SOME
Whatever price we quote, you
may be sure that the quality of work
you receive will be the best it is pos
sible to produce.
We will be glad to come to your
place of business, and talk it over.
The Red Gloud Ghief
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TO OUE OUT-OF-TOWN
Cauliflower and Vesuvius.
The caullllower grows best at the
foot of Mount Vesuvius, which has
figured for so many centuries in his
tory. Torre Annunzlutn and Torre
Dol Groco are two of the best centers
for cnulltlower. Their soil Is particu
Trine's Hardware Store,
Am unable to keep up payments on
my piano. First class condition-
nearly now. Any one can have it by
pnylng mo a small amount for . my
equity and keeping up payments. If
interested write for price and full par
ticulars to Lock llox 710, Omaha. Nebraska,
Pattern for Pig Club
Members of this County
A pig club girl, Veva Divan, of
Wisconsin, won $521 in prize money at
fairs and regained her health with six
Polnud China pigs during tho show
season of 1122, and merited the title,
"The Pig Club Queen", which former
Secretary of Agriculturo Meredith gave
Severe sickness at six years left her
In poor health until thirteen One of
her father's best sows died that spring
at farrowing time, and she was given
five pigs to raise by hand. Sho fed
them with a teaspoon, and cared for
them tenderly washing them many
times duriug tho summer, aud was re
warded by winning first and second on
two of the sow pigs and second on one
of the boar pigs at her county fair
With tho proceeds realized on these
pigs she bought her a good gilt which
farrowed her eight pigs iu March,
1U22. Sho fitted two boars and four
sows of tho litter and showed them at
four county fairs aud tho state fair
At county fairs she won seven firsts,
six thirds, three fourths, two fitths
and ono sixth in open classes against
old breeders, aud at the state fair she
won one second and four fifths. In
the pig club classes at the state fair
she won championship sow, three blue
tlbboos, two reds and five whites. In
y, f a
We wish to again empatically extend a welcome. You
have always figured very largely in our plans. We
never forget the large share you have in our success.
Our constant thought is to improve our service to you.
We are now showing New Fall Merchandise and feel
that you will be as much interested in the new things
as those who live more convenient to the store. Will
you not make a special effort to come in to see these
early Fall displays? You will find a very cordial wel
come awaiting you as well as merchandise of unusual
ONE PRICE TO ALL
"Get the Habit" save S.
& II. Green Stamps.
They are an honest dis
count on the merchandise
bought at this store.
I'ICTOIUAL HE VIEW PATTKIINS
her own county she again had chain-f
pion pig club sow, and first aud secoud
gilts. Her total ptize money in one
season was 1521, nud besides she sold
two of the pigs for 8175.
As rgard9 fitting and showing her
pigs 6he says, "They were washed once
a week with a solution of warm woter
and dip. and hod many good brushings
with a Rtlff brush. Each pig was train
ed to bo guided with a stick. I spent
many an evening brushing and train
ing fhein some real hard work but I
was rewarded when I drove them Into
the show ring. My pigs were easy to
handle and I was able to show them
to good advantage.
"I love this outdoor work. My
health has been regained by it, and I
flud it profitable. I am fitting another
litter for the 1023 show circuit to do
still better," says the Pig Club Queen.
Referee's Sale of
Contents of Pound Loaf of Bread.
A pound loaf of brend contains
nhout eight ounce of starch, which
serves ns fuel for the body; ono and
a half ounces of protein, which In ad
dition to serving ns fuel helps to build
and repnlr the body machinery; one
ounce of. water nnd a half ounce of
fat, sugar and mineral substances,
which latter help ta make bones and
Notice is hereby given that whereas
In tho action pending in the District
Court of Webster County, Nebraska,
wherein Ernest James Doyle is plain,
tiff and Edward Doyle et al, are de
fendants for the partition of the real
estate hereinafter described a decree
of Said court has been entered confirm
ing the shares of the parties and di
recting partition and a report of tho
referee has boon made that a division
of the land cannot equitably be made
and the court has approved such re
port anu oi.ecteu a saie oi tno pre.
Now therefore I, E G. Caldwell,
referee iu said action will on the 22nd
day of September, 192.1, nt two o'clock
P. M. at the south front door of tho
court house in Ked Cloud Webster
County, Nebraska, sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder, for cash,
the following described real estate, to
wit. Block l'J, In Uiillroul Addition
to tho city of Wed Cloud, Webster
Dated August 15, 1023
E. Q CALDWELL, Referee.
Bernard McNeny, Attorney,
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