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TtoYTLcre rarm For Sale
R&BES and BLANKETS
I now have a nice assortment of ROBES and
BLANKETSBet'ter get yours before they are
all picked over.
Get my prices on anything In the Harness Lino
LEE R. WALKER
Red Cloud, Nebraska. ,
UBLlSfiEf'D EVERY THURSDAY
.ntorcd In the Poitorncc tit Hcrt Cloud, Neb
as Second Clu Matter
Located 5 miles from Wheeler, Kn.,
and 7 Miles from SI. Franc s. The
farm is practically level, 8, acres
bolng in cultivHtion, balance pasture,
all fenced. Good well WBter. OJ Hcres
of corn Hint will yield !J5 to CO bushels
per acre, '20 acres of feed In shoclc, 40
acres in fall wheat that is up. All new
farm machinery, 8 head hot&ep, 3 pood
milk c iw. 2 wagons, 1! i-efs of work
harness, 12 hop", 50 chicken", and
household furniture goes with farm
Farm cost $10,(0J but ou ner will take
$9,C0J. Can pive time on $J.70U. Write
Hox lit. r. f. d '.', S Francis, K ns.
SMITH BRO'S. SALE
PURE BRED P0LANDS
A. B.MoARTHUR, Editor and Owner
Foreign, per column inch 15c
Local, 12J& 15
WE CARRY IN STOCK AT ALL TIMES
THE FOLLOWING COAL
ROCK SxDRINGS LUMP
PHONE US FOR. PRICES BEFORE BUYING. WE SELL
FOR CASH, THAT'S Wl IY WE CAN SELL CHEAPER
"lr:fK -..,--. J, --. O "Vs tfi'w''JBn(P!YYV.
si ""' 0 9
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.$0 up.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
THIRTY YEARS AGO
I'orcey McNittlx home from Chicago.
llmry NewliotiM is home fiom the
w uld'o fair
NfiunsUn "for a sa'iilnious clinm'o
un-1 beaut ftjl ueathor.
Ili'i'iiiuil McNiny imi iloiiiK biihiiit's.
In Itivcrtuii this week.
Mrs. Krnet UVIuh loft SiitKlny fur
h visit to the world's fair.
V. M. Keen who tins been in St. Joe
for u few days has retarded home
Editor Wuri en mi i liimily retained
homo from the woild's fair, Monday.
I II Ltntlsey of GunnUon, Colorado
huH bought the batcher business of E.
II. Coble, and moved his family to this
Mrs. Bradbrcok and her two sons,
L'oyd and Guy, went to Lawrence
lh"" wmtwrmm i i , vmt
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 ILL1NOY.
Like all other merchandise wc carry in stock, it is
sold under guarantee. All sizes carried in stock.
WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN STAMPS
GEO. W. TRINE
wXwwovl vm uoui twmZ'iSlm aqoblm4iaJL
l Mm Mi it Mm Ml
ill fill fl l
20 J2AKS ACO
.Joe lllalr was in town this week.
Fied Temple is. home from Omaha.
Frank lladley blew in from Okla
C.il Kennedy was down from McCook
the first of the week.
Horn, Sunday, to Mr aud Mrs C. P.
G'ltid of iilue Hill, a pirl.
Dr. Henry Cook is making some- im
provements in the interior of his drap
Miss Mym Griiretb attended the Hui
m til Waldo wedding at Holdrepo Wed
County Commissioner Richards aud
wife leave Monday for an extuded
visit in Ohio.
lloren Brothers have sold their lively
buslnes-s in tlTis city to Mr Ezekiil
Johnston of Alma, Neb. They took in
exchange lund near Holdrege, Neb.
Miss Veinon Storey, daughterof Mr.
and .Mrs. Paul Storey, while playing
with a numbttr 'of-little friends list
Saturday, fell, breaking her ankle, and
dislocating her shoulder She is gtt
iug along nicely at present.
11. 1'. Sowtor, who has been iu the
tn ruhant tailoring business iu Red
Cloud for several years, has disposed
o! his business interests to Mr. Will
boo js;, who will take possession the
tirst of next mouth.
10 YKARS AGO
Geo. Hutchison left Suudoy evening
f r Mnooln and Omaha
Roy Stevens and wife left Tuesday
morning1 for Kansas City on a shott
Miss Josie Igou returned the last of
the week from a visit with relatives in
I)anlol Garber, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
C'.ilham, Alf Saladen, E H. Newhouse
and the Mesdames W. . Warren and
K. wolsch left the first of the week f r
Lincoln to attend the I 0.0 P. (hard
Mrs. Joy Pope and son, Alba, return
e 1 home the latter part of the week
f om Wisconsin, whero they wont to
a tend the funeral of Mrs Pope's fatr--e
David Helllebnwer and wife loft
Wednesday for Omaha, the trip beirg
made iu order to secure medical treat
mnt for Mrs H lllebower'n eyes.
Hlble school at 10 a. in.
Morning service at 11 a m., Subject:
" Jod'6 care for the solitary."
Evening service at 7:30. Subject:
"Tho Greatest Thing In the World."
Special intcrost is found of lato in
tho mid-week meeting for Dible otudy,
prayer and conference. Every Wcdnes
day evening at 7:30.
All willing to assist in singing are
asked to meet with the Choir on Pri
We will appreciate your presence
and a cordial welcome awaits you.
I. W. EDSON, Pastor.
Great Shorthorn Cattle Sale
ALMA, NE!)R OCTOBER 21, 1023
iu the' r
" NEW AUDITORIUM
Fifty-five head sell. Fifteen bulls
an 1 40 cows. Tweuty.flvo are show
cattle, Winner? at stato '?aTrs. The"
greatest lot of cjitUo ever bolibMn tuo
west, Jtfoiji better In America, cbme
and buy at your own price.
A. C. SHALLENHERGER and
HASKINS & OGDEN, Owneis.
The following is it quotation from a
Btbsun Du lelin to banker'- nrd met (
Clunts; "The'iied nf(lliM hour is not
ino-e Ifghlati in Thu n-cd (if iUm
hour is in. (iv religion. Mu-e lellpinn!
is iiHi-dod evety where, from tin- i,i!s
or Congress at Washington. ..,- f.. -or
vs. Hi.' urm-, lht Hi-,l ,i ",. '
uresi. i is one thing to talk a1 . nt i
pi ii. s or pollult, but a plitn or -i,i.-j I
without a iclL'ious mo ivo is lilti- n
witch without a .spiingor a bodv with
o.it the breath of life "
If Mr. Ilibsnu Is coirect, would It
not be a pood plan during th.s Clii. '
ren's Week to heel the hoids coin
mind: Theiefore shall ve lav un iIh-sh
my words in your heart and iu your
sou';. ...And ye .shall teach ihem to
your children, 'talking of them, when
thou slttest In thy house, mid when
thou walkest by -tho way, and when
thou liest down an 1 when thou risest
fit-v. Nelson, who is attending the
General Hoard Meeting of tho Curist
iiu Church at Dayton, Ohio, this week
will be back for Sunday Service8. The
morning service will carrv out the
Childien's Week idea. All parents and
Children are especially invited tn
The Ladies Aid have so much work
that they are having an extra tuectii g
with .Mis. Eagles this week.
The Social Circle meets with Mrs.
Cuildress in buaine-s vssiou this Fii.
The Beacon Lipids will meet with
their teacher, Mr. C. G. Nelson, Satur
d ly at 2:30.
The Old Boau't. Regret.
"Alas, things have clumped," sighed
ihe rich old party. "Formerly, my po
lite attentions were taken for declara
tions of love; now in declarations of
love are taken for polite attentions."
r$? S3 $
. S. 1923 U
Report of the Condition
Bank of In a vale
of Inavnle thnrtcr No. 795 In lhr. State
of Nrbmska at tht: close of busings
October 4. 1923.
IjoaiiRaml Discount Si:il,U!0tU
llonds, sccurltleH.JiKlKtiionts, claims
etc., Includlm? all Kovcrnintnt
Ranklni; bouse, furnlturoA llxtures 3.&U.C0
Current expense, taxeB and
liitert'Ht paid 4,0-28.18
Due tromnatlonal and Ktato
banks '. JI2.M1.70
Gold coin 70.00
Silver, nickels and cents .... S'.O.fll li.mfil
Total j 162,12(1.(3
Capital stock paid In ? 10,000.00
Surplus (unci 10,000.00
Undivided prolltR :.. .. -t.nni.cs
Individual deposltH subject
to check 7.1,761.10
TlnieccrtlllcatcHofdeposIt IO,7:W.o.'l CJOaUM
lllllH payab'e 10,000.00
Depos'tor's Kuarnuty (und (Mi.isit
Total j 102,120.(3
Hl'ATK ()!'. N-KI1UASKA, I
County of Webster (RR
I, U. It. McCrary Cashier of tho above nam
ed bank do hereby swear that tho abovo
statement Is a correct and truo copy of tho
report rnado to tho State Hanking Hoard.
O. It. McCKAItY,
Alfred McCnll, Director.
(3. It. McCrary, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this
15th day of October, liriL
U. M. Sherwood,
Bml). Notary Public.
nessboth near and far
is always yours
tFZm W:KlK0 V
X. ij,. "ti
WiSS earns t .
i . a iiiiii i '
J. C. MITCHELL
Jewclar and Optometrist
RED CLOUD, NEDR.
NUCKOLLS CO. BREEDERS ASSOCIATION
BOAR & GILT 8
i)ND,Y, 0GI. 29, 1:00 U
The Fourth Semi-Annual Pure Bred Sale
ON FAIR GROUND AT
57 Head Consisting cf
DUROC JERSEYS, 18 BOARS, 8 GILTS
POLAND CHINAS, 20 BOARS, 6 GILTS
SPOTTED POLANDS, 3 BOARS
CHESTER WHITES, 2 BOARS
Thry a-c all jood use'ul pigs from up to date breeding and
choices from some of the jjood herds in the county. All have been
vaccinated ith the double treatment and s-hou d be immune.
Come to the sale and look the pigs oyer, I believe wc can please
anyone. Come spend the day with us. Bring the boys and girls
and also tell your neighbors about the sale. Several pigs in this
sale was winners at the fair this fall. Write the manager for a
catalogue. He has one for you. Mention this paper.
REMEMBER THE Blti FREE LUNCH AT NOON
NUCKOLLS CO. BREEDERS ASffN.
LAWRENCE SMITH, Sales Mgr., Superior, Neb.
Col. A. W. Thompson ) A ..
Col. W. C. Henderson, Auctioneers
For The Best of CoaJ
The Malone-Gellatly Co.
Bring your subscription to us and we
will give you the lowest prices quoted
and save you the expense of sending.
If you have any special offer bring it
in, and if we cannot duplicate it we
will tell you.
CHAS. L- COTTING,
rivtsmmmmr F3a& . - M1
ul i,v it ( t , r, Tt ' V " vyyyf-"
ewnan. - . t.iranae. "7 r"TT
Luino ducks ure IiicvTtubly. .by-prod A Xumlnlno. Ii:tiirjr on DHychdlogy
ucts of popular governrheM. Hut advertises liVrself'ns "tho wuinun who
every fitatesiuuii should hava a trndA nori.r ivnctin wni rn.i J . .,.
J Chicago Dally Isews, .' us ns something new-in femininity.