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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, GHEEF
ROBES and BLANKETS
I now have a nice assortment of ROBES and
BLANKETS Better get yours before they are
all picked over.
Got my prlcos on anything In tho Harness Lino
LEE R. WALKER
WE CARRY IN STOCK AT ALL TIMES
THE FOLLOWING COAL
MAITLAND LUMP '
ROCK SPRINGS LUMP
PHONE US FOR PRICES BEFORE BUYING. WE SELL
FOR CASH, THAT'S WHY WE CAN SELL CHEAPER
Farmers' . Elevator
FHE RED (iLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nebraska. "
"jnLlSHED BVERV THURSDAY
ntercrt In tlio PoMulllce nt itcd Cloud, Neb
ai Hccond Class Matter
A.B. McAKTUUR, Editor and Owner
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
Local. " 124 & IS
THIRTY YEARS AGO
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.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and 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 see 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. & II. GREEN STAMPS
GEO. W. TRINE
uifWvuou vm uovji iwmz-ulm ayi
Mrs. Low Clami loft for Wrnmr,.
las. 01 Hi tun lins returned from a long
trip In the cast.
J. S. White- was In thecity this week.
Kobt. Mclirldo Is in the city.
Duvo Kuley 1ms returned homo after
in extended trip through the east.
Curt Evans has started another sec-
ond hand furniture store near Peter,
Frank Cowden who is becoming an
oxpert blcyclo rider, we tit to Guide
Rock on Ills wheel Sundav.
10 YKAKS AGO
Mr and Mrs. E. O. Caldwell left the
first of tho week for u trip to Kansas
L. L. Horon left tho first of tho week
for Crlpplo Creek, Colorado, to attend
to some business matters.
J. A. MeArthur was in Lour Island;
Kuisas, Sunday attending the funeral
or his brother-in-law, 1 J. Carl.
Jnmes, Peter and Edgar Mcintosh
and Italclgh Lawrence left Saturday
via automobile for various Iowa points
where they will spend a week visiting.
John Sutton and wife and Will
Motinlford were among the many who
left the llrst of the week for North
Platte to attend the big land diawing.
Mr. and Mis. Heit lluuker and two
children relumed home tho hist of the
week from a trip to Minnesota.
Mrs. Alf McCall left tho latter part
of the week for an extended vlblt with
her daughter who resides at Valparaiso,
"The eternal God Is thy dwelling
And underneath aie tho everlasting
Wo will have all servlcs regular
next Sunday. Doth Sunday School
and Morning Woishlu had Increased
attendance last Sunday Lpfs make
another increase next. All enjoyed the
Union Service at the Methodist church
In the evening.
Don't forget Endeavor at G:I5 Tho
Endeavor aro having their Hallowe'en
pirty at tho Parsonage. Friday of this
The Social Circle held a very good
business meeting with Mrn. Children
Friday or Inst week. They decided to
have their llazaar early in December
This will be a good place to buy your
The LleUt'OII Lights had n. vnrr ninllf.
able meeting Saturday afternoon with
Mis Nelson Tho girls planned sever
Hi things to do In the future. They
are a very wideawake bunch.
Wheat as a Feed for Livestock
V w'rWee y
. H. A
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 120x
Hible sshool at 10 a. 111.
Morning service at 11 a. m.. Subject:
"The Supreme Sense of Power "
Evening service at Tl.'ll). Subject:
"liutweeii the Eternities."
Mid-week meeting for Bible study,
Prayer and Conference, on Weduesday
ovening r.t 7:30. Cordial invitation to
all Teachers aud Ulble btudents.
Last Sunday at morning sorvice the
Haptist church voted to set apart each
fifth Sunday in the month for Uuion
Sei vteo by the W. C. T. U. which nction
was lately endorsed by the Citv Minis-
SSHTSrs JS-JXZ. . - -" ST5S
desire of the W. C. T. U. for four Union
services during tho year, aud will en
able both the churches and the temper
ance people to plan ahead, aud not
conilict with the purposes of either
Accordingly the first Union Service
will occur on December 30th, at the
Baptist church, and services will occur
in rotation among the churches desir
ing same, during next jear on March
UHli, June 'JOMi, August ,'U.t, and Nov.
oinber.lOth It is fervently to be hop
e I that all interested will be satisfied
and no changes be attempted by any
Tho annual Thanksgiving Service
will be held at tho Christian Church on
Thanksgiving morning at 10:30, with
sermon by Kev II. E. Tweedy. This
eirly notice should enable those who
don't forget to plan theii a Hairs nnd
attend the meeting as requested in the'
Proclamations of President and (lover,
The Ministerial Association lias In
process of preparation a Program for
Union Service at the Congregational
church, on the evening of Sunday,
Novomber 1 Ith, at which It is hoped
numbers of the American Legion will
be in attendance, a9 well as some from
out of the city. More amnle notieo
will be given next week
The weekly Choir rehoarsal will oc-
cur on Friday ovening at the home of
the Pastor, to which all who are will
ing to assist aro cordially invited.
We will appreciate your presence
and a cordial welcome awaits you,
1. W. EPSON, Pastor.
Under New Management
If you have never known the
satisfaction of having your Laun
dry work done by us, now is a
good time to try it.
Phone us and our wagon will call.
Wo do Ruff Dry Finish
and Wet Wash
Because of the present relative low
price for wheat and hUh price for
corn, much Interest is being shown in
the feeding of whoat. There mav bo
data available that will show favorable
to feeding wheat of low grade; but
thero Is nothing to show that it navs
to feed a good high grade or wheat, un.
less it sells for practtc-dly the same
price as com. Government figures
show that high grade wheat and corn
are practically equal in feeding value,
pound for pound, providing the whoat
is ground, as it does not pay to feed it
whole. When corn Is 75 cents n bushel
on the farm 80-cent wheat is practical,
ly equal in feeding value, nnd when
corn is 03 conts wheat should bo figur
ed at $1.00. These figures do not take
into consideration the cost of grinding
the wheat, which is from 5 to 10 ccntb
IT MAV PAY TO FLED THE LOW
Two-thirds of tho wheat received oil
the Kansas City Market falls in grades
1,2 mil 3; the other thiid falls in
grades 4, fl at d Sample. The flist three
grades are bv tar the Ivst for milling
and sell for tho highest nrices. Cure
fully compiled figures from the Kansas
uty wheat receipts for the past two
mouths (August and September. 10231
show that tho price paid for low grade
4 wheat was almost R fonts n Imii,,,!
less than that paid for low grade '2
The same dntu shmvq tlmt ,rr,n. r.
wheal sold for almost 12 cents a bush
el less than low grade 2. Samnlin-nii.
'sold ht from 15 to 17 ceuts u bushel
less than low grade 2. Tho average
pmulum paid fur the first thiee grad
es was almost ii cents u bushel above
mat paid for tho la-t three grades.
While the three low grades sell for Ies9
money and are not suitable for a high
grade of flour, they have almost as
high feeding value as the better grades
THE FANNING MILL WILL HELP
Olllcial data from tho Kansas City
otllco of the Federal Grain Supervision
j - "i - .'y mr -.' ,'syrvjjyi
9) NUCKOLLS CO. BREEDERS ASSOCIATION W)
I BOAR & GILT 8
The Fourth Semi-Annual Pure Bred Sale
ON FAIR GROUND AT
MONDAY, OCT, 29, 1:00
57 Head Consisting of
DUROC JERSEYS, 18 BOARS, 8 GILTS
POLAND CHINAS, 20 BOARS, 6 GILTS
SPOTTED POLANDS, 3 BOARS
CHESTER WHITES, 2 BOARS
S NUCKOLLS CO. BREEDERS ASS'N.-
LAWRENCE SMITH, Sales Mgr., Superior, Neb.
They a-call jjood useful pifjs from up to date brccdinjj and
choices from some of the jjood herds in the county. All have been
vaccinated with the double treatment and Miou'd be immune.
Come to the sale and look the pigs over, I believe we can please
anyone. Conic spend the day with us. Brine; the boys and dirls
and also tell your neighbors about the sale. Several phis in this
sale was winners at the fair this fall. Write the manaijcr for a
catalogue. He has one for you. Mention this paper.
liEMEHBER THE UKi FREE LUNCH AT NOON
Col. A. W. Thompson ) A
col. w. C. Henderson ""l
W"M wwli B M,,,i
sua iu.'i almost 08 per cent of the
wheat inspected graded down otie grade
or more on account of low teat weight
per bushel. The 1923 receinis. un to
October 1, show that test weight, is af.
reeling the grades mote than during
the three yenrs named. While it may
not be practical to run much, If any,
of the better grades of wheat 'through
a funning mill or grain grader, jot
much of the poorer wheat can be iin
proved from one to two grades, the
bt. recleaned wheat fiom the fanning
mill will sell at from fl to iO cents a
bushel higher than tho uncleaned
wheat, and the screenings will bring
almost as much as Ihere-cleaned wheat
when fed to hogs or other livestock
Tho Southwestern Wheat Improve
ment Association, II. Hainur, Director.
The folks who havo been attending
the meetings held by Hev. Geo. W,
Flory of Koauoke, Va the present
weok have becu hearing mighty
Each evening the hnuso has been
full. Tho half hour of song servW
has been inspiring and all have enjoy,
ed it to the full. Wednesday night
was men's night. Thursday night was
womens' night aud Fridav nuht.
Young People? night. Ono evening
next week will bo Farmers' Union
night nnd ono evening Womens' Club.
The regular service of Sunday will
Sunday school at 10 a. m., followed
by the settnon. Song service in tho
evening at 7:30 followed by tho sermon
at 8:00. Kev. Flory will preach both
morning and evening.
Evangelislio meetings evorv night
next week beginning at 7:4f
Present to Past.
When n new literature succeeds, It
obscures t,he effect of nn earlier one,
and Its own effect predominates; so
that It Is well, 'froui time to time, to
look hack. Whnt Is original In us Is
best preserved and quickened if wo
do not lose sight of those who have
gone before us. (loctlio.
For The Best of CoaJ
The Malone-Gellatly Co.
Help your Moulters
If you want your hens to
If you want them back on
the cjjfi job promptly fall
and winter laying
Then you must make sure
that your moulters are heal
thy and hungry.
They must eat lots, and be
aoic xo uicsi wnat tney cat.
That's just what Dr. Hess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a
docs for your moulting flock.
nSF ;u mm
CHAS. L. COTTINC,
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child-
om fS?' Aiuli aild every, one Thrift and saving . is
something that has been neglected.
. We kindly invite 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 we are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new denartmnt.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
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