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BED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, CED5F
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
ROCK SPRINGS LUMP
PHONE US FOR PRICES BEFORE BUYING. WE SELL
FOR CASH, THAT'S WHY WE CAN SELL CHEAPER
rHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED KVKRV THURSDAY
Cntcrort In tho roKtoftlrc nt itcri riouri.Ncb
M Hocond Clan Matter'
A. B. MoARTUUR, Editor and Owner
I Farmers' Elevator
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
Once in a Lifetime
the average family buys a
really good range.
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
arid 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
GEO. W. TRINE
ulWvuoa urn wm Mn-uW ojiUi
A short session of tho district
court whs herd Tuesday and Wednes
ay. Only one' cafce was tried to bhc
jury, it be'hg a case in which a man
name Maxon sought to recover a
judgment from School District 8. It
appeared that Mr. Alaxon hod con
tracted to teach the school at u
salary of $95 per month for the yeuv,
and after a few months work was d's
charged by the board. He was suing
for the balance of a year's salary.
Evidence waa introduced to show that
his discipline was unwfsfactory, the
county superintendent being one of
the witnesses. The iurv found
ngainst him. P. J. Munday repre
sented the district.
The other matters dlspo.'ied of'are:
State of Nebr. vs Barney Sutton
Defendant pleaded guilty. Sentence
suspended tqy six months.
State of Nebr. vs. Hobart Brown
Harkley vs. Merrill Judgment
against defendant for $20.45, each
party to pay half costs.
Wood vs. Houchin Sale confirmed,
deed ordered, distribution directed.
Midwest Life Insurance. Co. vs.
Karsting Sale confirmed and deed
Wilson vs. Wolfe Sale confirmed
and deed ordered.
Stumpcr.horst vs. Meents Judg
ment in accordance with stipulation.
Stevens vs. Aldcn & Wilson DIs
m'scd by plaintiff.
Drehcr vs. Bruce Dismissed by
Webster county vs. Hochstcttler ei
al Sale confirmed and deed ordered.
Hoirostctter vs. Schwnoch ct nl
Findng and decree in favor cf plain
tiff and Deft. Mary a Laird.
L. R. (lard vs. Bertha Gard Di
Doyle vs. Doyle Sale confirmed,
deed ordered, distribution directed.
Hevncr vs. Elwood et al Deft,
given 10 days to answer.
Callah vs. Callan Divorce grail
ed. Plaintiff given custody of minor
Walker vs. Erfmnn Dismissed by
Maxori vs. School -Dst. 38 Jury
trial. Finding for defendant.
Shipman vs. Crawford Commis
sioner appointed to take testimony.
Ada Goble vs. Leroy Goble Divorce
granted Plaintiff awarded custody
of m"nor child. Property settlement
approved. Deft, to p'ay cofts.
McBride vs. Redden Foreclosure.
Finding and decree. .
' James vs. Wildhaber foreclosure.
Finding and decree.
Rosie W.Mmot vs. Jhon Wilmot
Divorce granted. Plain' ff given cus
tody of minor children. Defendant to
John C. Wickersham vs. Myrtle
Wirkcrsham Divorce granted Cus
tody of children awarded plaintiff un
til further order. PIr'ntiff to pay
Sheeley vs. Johnson Motion of de-
lendants overruled Defendant given ,
"0 d.ivs toaiuswer. )
Matthews vs. Martin Decree oil- '
Carpenter vs. Oarpcnter Refroe
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Gil 11 nDENI i
Here I am back again after a busy, fa
haDDV vear in mv Iceland workshop, fa
My trip down to Steins' was really ex
citing. My aeroplane was so heaped
with toys I was afraid every minute
they would spill out. Old Jumbo, the
elephant, was terribly grumbly and
Francine, the Freeh baby doll, was a
little frightened. However, that's all
over now and here we are in Toyville,
just waiting to see you. Do come in
Love to you all
$j Above is the letter Santa left for you boys and girls when he was B
L here the other day. Toyland is open wide with a thousand wonders. Never $
&J has this community witnessed a greater Toyland. The sooner you get in the K
Sj. better, tor the rush is on right in full force. ro
Sg Central Nebraska's Greatest Store is one great market of gifts for wk
3d everyone from baby to grandma. g
One Price to
We Give S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS
An Imperishable Gift
'European Countries Join Ameri
can Presidenl in Backing
Golden Rule as Prac
Geneva, Switzerland. Officials of ro
Hot organizations from fourteen Euro
pcan countries havo askotl their gov
ornments and peoples to Join In j
great International movement to save
tho destitute orphans and widowed
mothers in those countries of tho Near
East that have suffered from rccont
Dec. 2 has boon sot aside aa "Golden
Rule Sunday." On that day poopk
will bo asked to observe the broad
principle of tho Golden Rule by fore
going their usual noonday meal and
eating Instead the frugal ration usually
partakon of by the parentlpss children
of Greeco, Armonla and Palestine
Tho world's people will then he
asked to contribute tho difference In
tho cost of tho two meals to tho prin
cipal relief organization In tholr conn
try, to ho administered for tho needy
Notablo peoplo In Europe who wIP
cooperate to give tho day 'an inter
national aspect aro King George o
Greece. Prince carl of Sweden, -n
Pretnlor noinenr.au of Franco, M
iq,.i Hynir.tiH and Dr. iiio r:r.esrvs..
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THE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St.,
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
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and savina 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 department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
163 Acre Farm For Sale
Located 5 milesfrom Wheeler, Kas.,
and 7 .Miles from St. Francis. The
farm is practically level, 85 acres
beiiiK iu cultivation, bnlance pasture,
all fenced. Good well Water. (!0 acres
of corn that will yield '.ft to f0 bushels
per acre, "0 acres of feed in shook, 40
acres in fall wheat that is up. All new
farm machinery, 8 head horses, 11 ood
milk cows, '2 wagons, '2 sets of work
harness, 12 hogs, 50 chickens, and
household furniture (joes with farm.
Farm eost $10,000 but owner will take
$0,000. Can ive time on $2,700. Write
llox lit, r. f. d. 2, St. Francis, Kans.
Condensed Milk Preferred.
Sweetened condensed milk, diluted
Willi hot water, has won a place us a
highly esteemed drink nmnni; the Chi
nese of the Swatow district. They
prefer this mixture to the excellent
fresh milk, containing a high percent
ilge of huttorfnr, available from the
water buffaloes nnd other cattle main
tained In considerable numbers by tho
The Cowden-Kaley do. Co.
i Young Men's I
Suits S Overcoats
$18.50 to $42.50
$16.50 to $37.50
Made by Blocks
Americas Greatest ManuFacturs of
YOUNG MEN'S CLOTH FS