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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1923)
RED GLOUDv NEBRASKA, CHIEF
fHE RED CLOUD CHIEFS
ried Cloud, Nobrnsktx i
r3 PI IOKNIX HOSIERY
ROBES and BLMNfc&TS
I now have a nice c.c.fortment of ROBES and
BLANKETS Better get yours before they are
oil picked over.
Cot my prices on anything In tho Harness Lino
LEE R. WALKER
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'HLIMIhU I'WY.M 'JiIl'R.SLM
"$ inJkTit7,'3il'ye7fc iA ' W ltS 4f ! t3
i QUVjJU JUIMI
hktpiI In tlii' l'oMolllrc nt Hetl lonrt.Nrli
.is Hccontl Class Matter'
A.B. MoAUTIJUH, Kd! tor and Owner
WE CARRY IN STOCK AT ALL TIMES
THE FOLLOWING COAL
ROCK SPRINGS LUMP
PHONE US FOR PRICES BEFORE BUYING. WE SELL
FOR CASH, THAT'S WHY WE CAN SELL CHEAPER
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
W2U " C
fZv dam fSlSfif
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 arc here for
, your use.
. ftirts1 '"
Autographic Kodaks $6.50 up.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optcmetrist
4 . .- ' '
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Once in a Lifetime
ihc average family buys a
really good range. C
Among the "really good ranges," as with everything
else, there is one that towers above the rest; one scientifically
built to give years additional service; one with a finer finish
that makes cleaning it a pleasure. That one is the best
and that is the Copper-Clad. Made in'Four Beautiful fin
ishes: Gun Metal Blue White, Blue or Gray Porcelain
We sell 'em. Come in and let us explain.
WE GIVE S. & II. GREEN STAMPS
Miss Edith MeKelghun lias returned
liotne from Washington, D. C.
Henry C. Scott, who has been tnkirg
in tho world's fair and visiting friends
in Illinois has returned home.
Norman Morrison, grandson of I). F.
Scamtnou of Itavepna Is in lied Cloud
whuro he will remain for tho winter
and attend .school.
Allie Albright is on the sick list.
Den Lindsoy has returned homo
from an extended trip to New York,
Illinois and other states imbued with
the idea that no other state lias the in.
(lueeineut to live in that has tho grout
state of Nebraska.
20 YEARS AGO
Miss Nellie Sherman is home from
Will ICi.i'f eanif down from Kivorton
Jnuiei Mitchell was down from Me
Cook the llistot the week.
Holt 1111 Lttsoti had the misfoituue to
dwlucittu his knee-cap 'rui'sday while
playing "pull-uwiiy" at the high sehoo'.
10 YKA1LS AGO
Prof. Morltz rotm nod home Snturdi y
Mr. nud Mrs. Phil Trout spent dim
diy in .MeCook.
I)r S,uideroti and wife have moved
Into l)i. doiin-.' residence.
Mrs. lleo. Warren and daughter have
Mis. Ned Grimes and uhitdieu left
t'us morning for Lincoln to visit rula-
Miss tiertrude Coon teturneJ home
1 10 last of the week from Omaha wl eio
she.had b en attending the state toiio' .
frs' meeting. ,
For the last eight days Central Nebraska's Greatest Store has been a
mighty humdrum and whirl o! extensive business. Hords of people crowd
the aisles in eagerness to reap the many special offers now laid on the num
erous counters. Have you received your share? Have you fully benefitted
from this great affair?
The excitement will all end at
Nine O'clock Saturday Evening
The last day the biggest day, be here by all
means, you will be surprised at the greatness of
STORE HOURS FOR SATURDAY 8:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m.
ffle Pries to All
We Give S. & &2 Green Trading Stamps
Aiuuf-i -- T.""1"' "J
PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS 2
GEO. W. TRINE
tBtWuoa vm wow. mm-(&m aohjm4uJi
yl-'.YR.M HUKKAU NOT12S
(l!y H. P. Kauscli, County Agent)
Webster county swine breeders met
Saturday afternoon. They will hold
n fourth annual boar snlc Saturday,
November 17th at lied CJloud, selling
Ufi Durocs and 25 Polands. Thco
arc the best hunch of boars ever of
fered for sale. A real opportunity
for breeders and farmers to get a
boar. 13oars offered have won prize
Choice boars consigned by follow-'ng
breeders: E. A. Sommcrfelt, Blue Hill
C. L. Frnsticr, Hetl Cloud; C W. .lolm
soii, Guide Hock; Win. Arndt, Blue
Hill; M. Hunsieker, Hetl Cloud; Henry
Fausrli, Guide Hock; Alex Uucliow,
Uluc Hill; Oscar Lea, lied Cloud,
Logan Ohmstede, Guide Hock; Geo.
inack, lied Cloud and J. II. Kellogg.
Pure llrcd bog sales arc not goinir
good this fall, as is usually the ease,
u'li'ii t'no market price of hogs ja
'o'i. I'armers arc not liposcd to
ray veiy strong prices for breeding
stock when tho packers are not pay
'ng -ttong prices for fat stock.
This i." a very ltatuvtl and casil;
understood condition ard yet it .is
entirely illogical. It s when hogs
are cheap that breeders should be
looking for high clas , pure hrctl atii-
miils to build u and imprive thch
herds. Whei hog- :u-e bri-ging good
prices on the market the pure bred
mon hardly have enough animals on
hand to meet the demand from the
country and they sell high.
Just as sure as fate tho hog mark
et will re-act after tho present deluge
of pork is over. It always has. The
time to secure pure bred foundation
stock is right now, not after the
prices have gone up.
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MEN YOU MAY MARRY jj
By E. R. PEYSER I
Has a Galoot Like This Proponed 1
Symptoms: Ho dreams idle
very Idle dreams. He walks
among the cloud. He talks as I
if through tissue paper nnd parts
his hair wherever fancy dictates.
His IJttle patent leather slip- P
pers are (liullngH. He Is one 1
little sweetheart. Ho really Is.
Ho loves old-fashioned poetry.
Modern paintings he fears ho-
cause they are "mtite glaring." I
IN FACT I
This Is a modest and retiring
soul a soul of souls. I
Prescription for Hi3 Bride:
y Outer to him early and $
yc late, hut don't forget t
your own soul catering to his.
MARRIAGE IS LIKE A PAIR f
OF HIGH-CLASS SHOES: M
i TWO SO(U)LES ARE NEC
B ( by McCluro Newspaper Syndicate.)
iUuK!iiiii!u:iiini,iiiii:ii n mijui mi i iin'imjui njin m au rwiiiiiriaiS
CITY COUNCIL HOLDS
KKGULAH MONTHLY MEETING
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our h.nnk fnr tlm nso of thn rhilfl
ren. adults and every one. Thrift r.r.c! savina is
something that has been neglected. I
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this sav-
ings idea and make this your banking home with your I
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome. f
a A saver is a hustler and we are for both. Bank with
I us and you can bank on us. I
a We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
j THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK j
BAPTIST ; "
Bible hchool Ht 10 u. in.
Morning service at 11 u in., Subject:
"Joyful Subjects of u Glorious King."
This church unites in the Union
Armistle Service on Sunduy evening,
uml in the Union Evnugelistlu services
during the next three weeks. There
will be Evangelistic mootlngs in this
ohuicli five evenings next week, be
ginning Monday evening. The sor-
mans otoh evening to be delivered by
Mis II. O Wilcox The most cordial
Invitation is given to all.
The weekly meeting for Bible htti-ly
will be on NVduoMluy evening at OITi,
a' the elinith, ut wluoh all Uml'1um. Id
tlix Bible school arc expoctel.
I. W. EPSON, Pastor.
Mayor Mary Peterson called the
Council together, in regular session,
on Tuesday evening with all members
The minutes of the October meet
ings were read and approved and
the report of the City Treasurer pre
sented and ordered placed on file.
1 he committee reported they had
not been able to get the firemen to
e.iv.ir the e..i'ts : et.
Cliri ty and Hoffman were appoint
ed a; a romm'tleo to investigate the
rnorJes of "Hell's Half Acre".
A motlo ' was made and seconded
t mt the clerk be instructed to draw
a warrant to pay paving tix now
due on city protorty to the amount
of SGU0. Carried.
Superintendent Bn-.rd advised the
plr.c'i g oi' two traffic lights at tho
intersection of Fourth Avenue and
Seward street, on account of the
Tho following claims were allowed
II M. Beard
W. A Patten
Ghas. Whitaker ..
Robt. Wishone -
S. II. Floratice
Mabel Albright .
Geo. W. Trine ...
Grover C:ry ..
Nebr. Mch. & Supply Co,
Standard Oil Co
B. B. Electrical Co. .. .
Interstate Mch & Sup.
Line Material Co
Sinclar Refininir Co. ...
Johnson Oil Refin. Co. 183 69
- 110 00
... 100 00
. . 90 00
.... 30 00
.. 90 00
.... 75 00
.... G98 41
.... 17 45
.... 141 80
.... 89 70
.. 49 4G
.... 1G 95
. 439 73
.... 10 45
... G 72
... 2 50
.... 5 50
Fairbanks Morse Co.
Midwest Elec. Co.
PJarvc Hartman ..
Virgil Huff ..
Jim Je sen
Marctut McConkey ......a Gl GO
S. T. Mountford - lu l"
I). P. Bell 1 20
Clyde Ftwzier . .- - 1 80
John Wilson . . - 7 50
Lew Simpson .. 3 &(1
r T. Sm'th 2 00
Chns. Barrett 1
Globe Indemnity Co. . 10 81
On motion Cotncil adjourned.
CLARISSA MAYNARU, City Clerk
ARE WARM AND SUNNY. NIGHTS ARE JUST COM
FORTABYL COOL. RIGHT NOW FOLKS OUT THERE
ARE MOTORING OVER PERFECT HIGHWAYS,
PLAYING GOLF, TENNIS, SPENDING HAPPY
HOURS AT THE BEACHES. OR EXERIENOING THE
JOYOUS THRILLS WHICH ACCOMPANY MOUNTAIN
PLAN TO GO OUT THIS WINTER. I CAN SELL YOU
ROUND Till.1 EXCURSION TICKETS VIA THE ALL
YEAR SCENIC ROUTE THROUGH DENVER, COLO
RADO SPRINGS, THE ROYAL GORGE, SALT LAKE
CITY, LOS ANGELES, AND SAN FRANCIS' O, RE
'1UH1NG DIRECT OR (BETTER STILL) VIA THE
GREAT PACIFIC NORTHWEST PORTLAND, TA
CO.MA, SEATTLE, SPOKANE THE AMERICAN
THE BURLINGTON OFFERS THE HIGHEST TYPE
OF TRAIN SERVICE VIA THE MOST ATTRACTIVE
ROUTE. MODERN EQUIPMENT; CONVENIENT,
DEPENDABLE SCHEDULES; FAMOUS MEALS.
I'M HERE TO ASSIST YOU WITH YOUR PLANS
AND MAKE YOUR PULLMAN RESERVATIONS.
MAKE USE OF ME.
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Under New Management
II you have never known the
satisfaction of having your Laun
dry work done by us, now is a
Rood time to try it.
Phone us and our wafjon will call.
We do Ruff Dry Finish
and Wet Wash
j Ray Card
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