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BED OI,OUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
ifHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Roil Cloud, Nabrnolctv
163 Acre Farm For Sale
I now have a nice assortment of ROBES and
BLANKETS Better get yours before they arc
all picked over.
Got my prices on anything In the Harness Lino
LEE R. WALKER
'UULIKIIED EVEKY THURSDAY
ntorcit In tho I'ostolllro nt llcrt (loud, Nob
as Hcrond Class Matter'
WE CARRY IN STOCK AT ALL TIMES
TI 1L FOLLOWING COAL
ROCK SPRINGS LUMP
PHONE US FOR PRICES BEFORE BUYING. WE SELL
FOR CASH. THAT'S WHY WE CAN SELL CHEAPER
A.D. McARTHUR, Hdltor mid Owner
KninnniwaiomrainHonQn ru.i i:anraatwiMiiwwi!
Kodak as you go
All roads lead to pictures and
pictures lead to our Kodak counter.
Finishing service that pleases, and
Kodak Film in any size are here for
Autographic Kodaks $6.50 up.
Jev.Te?er end Optometrist
More for Your Money
You get more for your money when you buy a Copper
Clad. You get a range Lined With Pure Sheet Copper a
range that will serve you long and well. You get a beauti
ful range one easy to keep clean.
Come in sec the Copper Clad. Made in Four Finishes:
Gun Metal Blue white, Blue or Gray Porcelain Enamel.
When you need a new heater see the ILLINOY.
Like all other merchandise we carry in stock, it is
sold under guarantee. All sizes carried in stock.
WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN STAMPS
GEO. W. TRINE
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
Locp.1. 12J& 15
THIRTY YEARS AGO
.1. . (illliHin mid on Hurry lofl 1 at
wi-U for'vW' to tho world's fall. Mr.
fillhHtii goes in Coniieeticut Wore lie
NVnli Wagoner, it robpoctod oltlzon
of this roiniminlty who has been lu
southern K'Ui-hs for sometime has iu
tiinipil hntiin, and R'.iyn theio Is no pi ice
MI-sTrix Mister loft Hutitrdiij Tor
Chicago where she will meet 1ii ittotli-
er who Is on her tfturii tilp from Ohio.
M ys M.-llin l'Vnls loft S.itiitday for
ii vi-iL to the world'.-, fair
Sum Klz-r Is building a house for
Weoigu MoMiiriny lesldmg in Kihimis.
Patrick Couldle and Miss Katie Mo
Couley, living in Line precinct, wore
m lined by Father Qiiimi tills we.ek.
Ii. F. Mizor went east Thursday for a
visit in Ohio mid to take in the wo rid '8
George Morhait and Walter Warren
loft l-'iiduy to attend the Y. l S. U. E.
Last Sunday morning at 0 o'clock
Chailie F MeKelghan and Miss Cor.
trudo Mornnvillo were married at tho
home of the bride's patents.
10 YKARS AGO
(ieo. Atkinson left Tuesday morning
f')r Hot Spriugs, Arkansas.
Dr. and .Mis. E. A. Croighton return
ed the fli st of the week from a trip to
Will Robertson letumed the first of
the week from a trip to Chicago, to
which place he chaperoned a shipment
Loo l)i Tour of Guide Uoek was In
the city the latter pint of the week,
havini: leturned homo fiom Illinois a
d ly or two previous
Charley hi air of Lebanon, Kansas,
Sjii'iit Sunday in this city with ichi
.ives. Win Ucutr ami (amity left tin-llr-
of llio 'w o' for Tuntiessfo . ninth
fo1 a viuit.
lf I'eCall left Monday morning for
I'Ynticis, Kansas, to altoud to some
'u iuess affair.s.
M.s. J S. Oilham re'umed the latter
I'irtof the week fiom an extended
v tit with riltitiws and triends at vatl
ou i Coloiado points
Located 0 miles from Whei'liM, Ka
and 7 Mil's from Sf IVme s The
farm is prai'tieally Iwel, r acies
being in uultiviitloii, liiiianc pastinc,
all fenced. (Jood well water. (5 1 hcics
of corn that will IM .'J3 to f0 bushels
per ncte, 'JO m-ien nf feed In shoek, -10
acres In full wheat that is up. All new
farm m.ichineiy, 8 head hoises-,.' good
inillf c iws, 12 wagoii. li vets of work
liarnes'. 1U hoi;-. f0 chicken, and
hoti-oliold luriiituie goes with faun
rami co-t $10,(00 but owner will tnko
$0,00d. Can give ttnm on $2.7 il rite
ltox U, r. f. d '.', S'. IVani'.is. Kn-..
l-'AKM HUHEAU MOTKS
(Hy II. H. FAUSCII, County Agent)
The three corn vnrir" testa verc
li'iskctl thJfl week. II W. Lamb.e h'.'
on Tuc day, tills w:s bottom tnnd, Geo.
O.imatcde'a on Wednesday, this wan
on bottom land and Fred KousehoM
er'a on Thuridny, this b upland
The following r.re the nrlcto and
Calico Seed from Lnmbrechl. Lam
Liecht G8.1 b'j.shcl; Ohmcslede 87.3;
SI. Ch-trles White Seed from
Fai's:h. Lambrccht G2A bushel..;
Obotcstcdc 85. 5; Ilousehob'cr 60.G
fc-t. Cl'.arlos White Seed frui.i C:. j-
k'ciio. iamnrccit (31 bit iieis; Oh 'i
stede 71.9; Ilottseholdor -18 3.
St. Charles White Seed from Ohm-
stede, Smooth Kernel; Ohmstcdc Cn.
Xcbr. Yellow Dent Seed from
Schultz. Lambrccht 70.3; Ohmstcdc,
CO. I; Householder -U.O.
Hoone Co. White Seed from Means.
Lambrccht G2 1 bushels; Ohmstcdc
53 2; Householder 52.5.
Hold's Yellow Dent Seed from
Lambrccht. Lambrccht 87 bushels;
Ohmstcdc 5G.5; Householder 40.
Hold's Yellow Dent Seed from
Lambrccht, smooth kernel. Lam
Iowa Silvermino Seed irom
Fnusch. Lnmbrcct G2.4 bushels; Onm
stedo 71.5; Householder 49.0.
Kearney Co. Yellow Seed irom
Larrick Ohmstcdc 53.2 bushels;
Kearney Co. Yellow, smooth kernel
Seed from Larrick. llourcholder
Hitchcock Co. White Seed from
Householder. Householder 55 bushels.
Hitchco:k Co. White smooth kernel
Seed form Householder. Household
er' 5S.G bushels.
Johnson Co. White Seed from
Lambrcrht. Lambrccht GO.G bu.hcls.
On bottom land the rough lrrrr.el (
,.,.... .t ..!l.'l 41. rt o.Mnll. T-m.nl '
(.w;ii wilw- .v'li.("l tnu Di-r.iutii .-!.
wiiiio or. the vpiant; ine oppoi'c.
Sood from t". e t-plar.a out-yicldc' i rl
the seed xrom tho bottom. These y)
tests w'll be carried out ruvtnor by w
welghlnsf the corn over in GO ciavs 'yj
dctormiro the moiturc and sl'.rln::- (,'
age, and then it will bo shelled to see ' fih
which variety will shell out most JJ
pounds of shelled corn. I &
8 Sllli 2W POLANDS
fl The 36th -Sale of Piri Bred Poland Chinas
i) To Bo Held
t TUESDAY, OCTOBiEe 23
m At the Farm 9'j Miles Northeast of Superior
Miles North of Cad.ims, Nebr.
40 BOARS 30 GII.TS
ALL HAVU UL'EN VACCINATED
These pij.'s are all up to date breeding have been
fjrown with lots of cNcrcise. Are not too fat but just
in fine bnvd'mtf cnditi n. The boars arc a tnitfhly
fine bunrh to .select from. 'Iheyareall of this biij
type, b'p; lifters, easy feeding kind and will sire the
kind I, pii's to make you tlv most money, We arc
sellinu 30 fine gilts 1 his fall so betUr tfet in line to
get some of these as they will be higher next spring.
We invite you to spend the clay with us and see the pigs
GALE UNDER COVER AT 1 P. M.
Fret Liuvh at Noon. Write for Catalog.
fols. HidStoy 5 Kr.ctknisti. Aunts.
i;.lani5 Slate Udtik, Clerk-
,v j. s. . . " .k. .cw. jw - m. mt. &. ur. . -
M amnion s Annual
Soars and Gilts
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16
To be held at farm 2 miles north of Guide Rock, Neb.
Sale at 1 o'clock. Write for Catalogue.
All Hogs Guaranteed to be Breeders
llihle sjliool nt Id a. m.
Morning set vice at 11 a m., Subject:
"T le Supreme interest of (Jod."
lOviMiing hervioc tit 7:30. Subject:
"Ohm Kaith, One Lord, One Destiny;
no o her Way or Hope."
.Mid week meeting and Ilible Study
on Wednesday evening at 7:30
Kveryho ly welcome
It grieve-, us to see llrother Feint,
dodge the issue, after putting a tlious.
and miles of sctiii.de&ert between him
"Hit and us Lifting up his voice be
fore lie g. h out of the Aii.onu woods,
with miles and miles of the gicut Mo
jiiti di'suti before him quieu habe
w'.ial antic, his Henry will indulge in
bofore he really reaches a place where
extra jiartu may be 'oiind, at a price a
Cliristtau should pay. We are hoping,
almost against teasoii that'hu will get
through, with at leant the laminated
steel chassis, and a.s the days go by be
able to overeomu the nostalgia he and
his estltiHblo family will surely buffer.
Of eoui.se he miKlit exchange his ear
tor something dependable, mid return
after a reasonable period, anticipating
which result the Ministerial Associa
tion will s art their incubators lu Jan
uary, The .Ministerial Association has held
another meeting, raised funds to prop,
orly liquidate the last of their indebt
edness, and rejoicing lu tho fact of
durable touting tor future out-door ser
vices, proceeded to properly induct
Hrolher Wilcox into membership. The
next burning question may be as to
the eligibility of two of the Elect Pur
sonage Ladies who are said to be able
to discourse in the Pulpit in u very in
Monthly Mitslonary Meeting next
Tuesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs
I. W. EPSON, Pastor.'
Oi the best pigs we ever raised. Good judges tell us
they are some of the best pigs they have seen any
where. They are exceptionally well bred, big,
stretchy and grow thy and the man who is looking for
a good herd boar will make a mistake if he does not
attend this sale.
The Sale Consists of 35 Boars and 15 Gilts
Sired by Ambnssndi.r 2nd 133G99. eve of the best
breeding boars we ever owned and N braska Rain
bow 12031.". the sire of Flashlight, tin- first prize
Senior yearling at the Nebraska Sfiie Fair this vear.
V. e lu've plenty of ;vw breeding for old customers.
I'irh:'' ; :n this s ile -ir th" pr!;: winners we had at
1 aM'.M..". and oth( r. iqiialiy ,s -u ml. Hrre are a lot
ot g "! heid bfar prospects. 7h.fi e ii. no better breed
ing ir type to be touricl any.hete.
Tho marriage of Mr. Orvll Lochhart
mid Miss Doris Higgins occured on
Wednesday night of this weelc at 8
o'clock at the homo of the brido't,
parents, Mr. and M;-&. T. J. Klgglns
wo and a bulf miles south west of
13 a len,
Report o? the Condition
-or in t:-
Webster County Bank
RED CLOU). NEBRASKA.
eiiarter No. 10IH. lneoriorati il lu the Stato ot
Nebraska, at the close of IntMiuss Oetobcr
Loans nml ni-countH Sl8T,0d7 l"i
t'itr,ittiiro ami fixtures l.MO.oo
Current uiaaii). tasoiatnl later-
c-st pahl 2 'HS.-.I
Duo rroin natluaal anil stato
Currency - a, 103.0)
Silver, ulekelsniul cents.. tSI.lt 70,818.
Capital stock palil in - 8 'ij,000.00
Surplus fund , ...'. - 10,000.00
Undivided prollts H.llliBll
subject to cluck 128.09fl.77
of deposit H5-00
of deposit 88,901 01 217.207.81
Notes and bills re-dlscounted none
Hills payable- none
Depositors' mmranty fund l,37!).:i'J
Total 8 2fU.2OO.00
STATIC OF NnilltASIvA, Us
County of Webster. I
I, H. It. ri.oit.i.NCK. cabhter of tho nbovo
named bank, do hereby swear that thoabovo
Htateuicnt Is a correct and true copy of tho
report niado to the State Hanking Hoard.
.S. It. KLOltANCi:.
attkvt: l- ashler.
H. It. ri.oitANci:. Director.
C. J. l'oi-K, Director.
Subscribed and mvorn to beforo mo this
10th day of October, lOit.
(iKOUIIK V. IIUTCIIIHON
(SKAI.) Notary Public.
m 9 m i
Sunday Schoo at 10:00 u. m.
Sormon 11 a, m,-
Slngiug 7:110 p. m.
Serin m 8 p. m.
The pastor will ho absent, being In
Attendance at tho Voting Peoples Con.
forence and PKirict Uu-.ine.ss Confer
enco neer Carleton, Nehr. Tho ter
vices of the day will bo in charge of
Itev. Noah H. Wagoner, who will direot
them ab he sees fit
On Thursday evoniug, October 18,
Cash, or G months bankable note at ;
10 per ceat interest. ;
HAMILTON & S0M i
) G. G. Danny, Auct. Fred Wolley, Clerk (
) All liogj have been given snrum and virus nr.d aliould bo Immune (
'"'" ", ' "hi mums a ma mm "- . ., -riiiin.j in , i hi
XP SCHOOL DAIjS l&
Rev. Geo. W. Flory of RoanoUe, vice then hear the sormon of Iho even
Virginia, will begin a three weeks log.
campaign of Kvanuellsm at MieChii'ruh. - . .
He desires to get acquainted with the
folic- of the community nt the very
beginning of his three weeks stay
among us and therefore atUn that alt
como for the opening Tliun-day even,
ing service. The moetlritr will begin
Thnrsdav evemnvr at 7:l.". C.une and
help in the 't or 'JO minute song ser
AH rnu'eh an I boxes will bo inspect
ed this month, pition-. talce noticoand
see that your boxes and appioaches
are up to tegn'atlons. Loose money
not icquirod to bo gathered up hycurr
lers, buy stamps and help your carriers.
Ruial Lettpr Curriers of Webster