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Don't go up against a nut
shell game ok a three card
monte We sell no junk, we won 7
have it around, and when we say to you thatStickney
Gasoline Engines are the best, our reputation is at
stake and if it isn't so we are here to back it up.
Buy a Stickneyfrom us and you will get an en
gine with an outside igniter, a perfect cooling system,
an automatic mixer, a ball bearing governor and an
engine that contains true value in every pound. JVfc
will give you your money's worth, you know us.
Red Cloud Hdw. & Imp. Co.,
Red Cloud, Neb. I
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0 13. Steward lUrrod Ilochs, White
llrohmns, Patrldtfu Cochins, Bronze
Turkeys, Toulouse fliuvso.
(1. h. Cmillcld Black LsiiiKslums.
Clms. Mcrord Orpingtons.
K. It Shiwhoti Orpingtons.
Iter. 10. N. TotupkliiH Anconus.
1. V. Wolf-lthoilo Isliind Keds.
J. 0. Ilutliir Khnde Inland Keilw,
3Jrs Henry Oilhiuu Tuilinn Uuu
nor Ducks, liroir.u Turkoys.
lolin Harris Ilrow'u Ijuglinrns.
W. .1. MpplticoU White Turkeys.
JiiH.Tuplmiu-White Plymouth Itockh,
lUiotlo Islllll'l Hulls.
Uev W. F. Colo -White I'lj month
Hurry Urnuiur White Plymouth
J. U Stanser (Johh'ii Wyandottus.
Mrs I.T. Anutelc Toulouse (Iuimu.
Lyman K-.slg-WhiU Wyautlottes,
Mrs. II, A. Craig Itmiizo. Turkeys.
Eveiett Coon Hull' Orplngtous.
Mrs. Hen. Cooy Uuu" OrpiugtoiiH.
Chns. Campbell UrahinnH.
Mrs. K. II. Nowhouse llulf Wynn
dottes, Light UialmiiiH.
Chns. Gurney (lec'se.
Mrs, T. A. Toplinin Rose Comb
LorufWhl taker WhltoOrphlngtons.
Schulyer Hayes Trio of Guineas,
Kan Tail Pigeons.
C, W. Johnson Pair of Oeese.
Chan Pharos l'okln Ducks.
Max Mixer White Wyaudottes.
Houses and Mules
J. H. Elliuger Draft Maro.
C. B. Steward Two-Year-Old Colt,
Heat Brood Mare.
Lyman Essig Driving Mare and
Stallion and a Span of Mules.
John Gilbert-Standard Bred Stal
lion. John Uurgess Two-Year-Old Stand
ard Bred Driving Horso.
Harry Kouts Jack.
Joe Crow Draft Team.
MaxMlzor Draft Team, 2 year old
Colt and :i Colts under 1 year old.
Ed. Burr Mules and a Single Driv
It. W. Kooutz Draft Stallion, Trot
ting Stallion, Aged Jack, Jack under
1 Year old, Aged Jeanotte, lVam of
(Hidings, Mule under a-yeais old, Sin
gle Driving Howe.
O. W. Hummel-Three Year Old
C.J. Cooper it SonCarriage Ten in
Joo Tophani, Jr., Driving llor.se.
Olio Mule under !1 years old ,
(Mias. Wolfe Colt, under One Yemv
Old, Colt under Three Years, One HtaK
,las. IvukI(i One Colt.
H. S. Garher Driving Horse.
John L. Christian Single Driving
ri. S. Fit.-Polaud China boar, :.
Poland China boars under 1 year old.
C.J. Cooper k Son I wo Poland
China sows under - years old, Three
Poland China boar pigs under 1 year
E N. Huberts -One Duroc Jersey
Bonr, best boar any breed sweepstakes
C. B Steward Ten entries of Short
J. B. Stausor One Jersey cow.
Lyman Essig Three entries of oat
C J. Cooper &. Son Two Shorthorn
cows under 3 years old.
C. W. Put man 10 ears Calico; 10
Red; 10 White.
John Harris 10 ears White,
Walter Cox ;t) cars White; In Yel
low; 10 Bloody butcher; .Sweetf "10
Late Sweet; 10 Popcorn. i 'i
II. W. Lambreclit lo cars Yellow;
10 White; 1 Calico; 10 Bloody Butch
er; 10 Bed Field. Best collection of
corn. Best single ear.
Mrs. Chns. Ludlow 10 ears Sweet.
Paul White 10 oars Yellow corn
raised by boy under Id; 10 oars Pop
corn. A, II. Bright-10 ears White. Best
ear of corn.
Alva Pierce 10 cars Yellow. Uest
single car. 10 Swcef; 10 Popcorn
John Husselbachcr 10 ears White.
Best single ear.
Curt Ilasselbochcr 10 cars White.
Best single car.
Chan. Schultz-10 ears White; 10
Yellow. Best single ear. 10 Hlce Pop
Win. Howeu 10 ears White. Best
II. E. Thomas-10 ears White. Best
W. II. Thomas 10 ears While. Best
Ed. Payne 10 ears White. Best
C. B. Steward 10 cars Yellow; 10
Bloody Butcher. Best single car.
J. M. Steward 10 ears Sweet.
Walter Anderson lOears White corn
raised by boy under 10; best single car.
Win. Hasser 10 ears White; best
diss. Coleman Best single ear.
E N. Hoberts 10 ears Yellow; 10
White; 10 Calico; 10 Bed; best single
Walter Cox 1 peck. '
C. .7. Piatt 1 peck.
AnollCrftblll 1 peek. '
Ous Piindt 1 peck.
Walter Cox 1 peek.
A. II. Brlsrht-l peek.
CI. Piatt 1 peek.
Ed. Payne '1 varieties oats.
Ancll Crnlilll-1 peck.
W.J. Haskins lpee.k.
' Mrs. Chns. Ludlow,
PfUI'KIS'S, SOUAMIKH AXI Ki;ltlliVWS (
John Harris Hubbard stpiash mid
II W Lumliieeht pumpkins.
Paul White pumpkins.
Mrs. Geo. Coon pumpkins.
John Coon, Jr pumpkins.
Alva fierce Hubbard squash and
J. M. Steward pumpkins and kcr
shaws. E. W. Anderson pumpkins, squash.
E. W. Smith squash.N
Clarence Lewis Hubbard squash
At the old Taylor ranch 2 miles south and 4 miles east of Red
Oloud and 1 mile south and 0 miles west of Guide Rook
Wed., Nov. 27
Commencing at 10:00 A. M.
163 Head of Stock 163
HEAD OF HORSES
1 gray team, age 8 and 0, wt. 2600; l brown team mares, G years,
wl. 2-MX); l brown horse, age 7 years, wt. 1100, a good single driv
er; 1 bay mare age 0 years, wt. 1050; 1 black mare, age 10 years,
weight 12 0; 1 horse, 4 years, wt 12.10; 3 yearling oolts; 1 suck
ling colt; 1 pony, good and gentle for children; l gray mare, 11
yeara, wt; 1300; l aorrel mare, 10 yeara, wt 1100; l saddle mare, C
yeara, wt. Wo
Al.FAI.FA H.VY Cl'TTlNUS
Alva Pierce sample.
C. B. Steward sample.
Caxk, Kaffiu Cor.N. Millet, Milo
Maize, Hvk ami Alfalfa Seed
Walter Cox Rye, cane, kalllr corn
and milo maize
Chas. Schultz Alfalfa, millet and
W. J. Haskins Cane, alfalfa, millet,
Oeo. Hasselbaoher cane seed.
Irish and Sweet Potatoes
John Harris, Walter Cox, H. Bright,
Joe Topham, Alva Pierce, Curt and
Geo Hasselbaoher, F. S. Copley, C J.
Piatt, Dave Heffelbower, Wm. Bowen
aweet potatoes, Ed. Payne, J. M.
Steward Banner and Waubausee pota
toes, Wm. Rasser, Gus Pundt, Wm.
Bowen, E. N. Roberts, C. J. Cooper &
Son, L. F. Kent.
Parsnips, Onions, Turnips, Caiikotts
'Wm. McCallum Carrotts.
Henry Gllham Turnips.
John Harris Turnips, carrotts, man
gle beet 8.
Chas. Harris Carrotts.
THE ASSETS OF THE
Have been transferred to a Creditor's Committee for the benefit of the creditors
Mr. F. L. STURTEVENT of the Liniger Implement Co.. of Omaha. Neb., has been
selected as trustee and under his direction we wish to announce that all accounts due
The Red Cloud Hardware & Implement Company
Including that portion of them sold to Mr. W. H. Stanley, and now held for collection
by Mr. Blackledge. are PAYABLE AT ONCE
Those knowing themselves indepted to the Red Cloud Hardware Cc Imple
ment Company are REQUESTED TO CALL AND SETTLE AT ONCE, eith
er by Cash or Satisfactory Note
ALSO, COMMENCING ON THIS DATE, THERE WILL BE A
Made on all unencumbered goods now in stock at the Red Cloud Hard
ware & Implement Co's Store and on each Saturday, beginning
Saturday, November 23
At 1:30 P M Sharp
There will be conducted an auction sale of such unencumbered goods .now ,in stock.
These sales will be held each Saturday until sufficient goods have been disposed of
to satisfy creditors
!' TERMS OF SALE: Sums of S10.00 and under, cash; sums of over 510.00. bankable I W
note will be accepted in payment at usual rate of interest W
Red Cloud Hwd. 8 Imp. Go
I Dated November 18th. 1912 l 1
Ludlow Carrotts anil iavua Mv.Mi.iwu sssv. mi. tv. m.. . .-
THE HOME GROCERY )
an P. A. WULLBRANDT, Prop, aw
.1. H. Slnnser Short carrotts, lone
carrotts, wiuter radishes, rudubaae,
mangle ami tabic beets.
Mrs. Geo. Coon Carrotts.
Joe Topham Turnips and carrotts.
Alva Pierce Onions.
F. S.Copley Three kinds of onions.
J. M. Steward Onions, turnips and
Mrs. Patmore Carrotts.
' ' Mrs. Chas. Beardslee Carrotts.
J. M. Steward-Onions, special twice.
J. O. Butler Mangle beets.
J. C. SLOSS
Wall Paper, Paint and
Room Mouldings, Pict
ure Framing, Pictures
and artist Material.
The Only Exclusive Store
We Carry a Complete Line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, also the Latest Patterns in
HEAD OF CATTLE
10 milch cows, 4 juet fresh and 9 will be by aale day, 8 coming
yearling, s calves
HEAD OF HOGS
Weight from so to 400 nounds
4 wagons. 4 buggies, 2 mowing machines, 1 hay rake, 1 hay
sweep, 1 hay rack, 1 diso harrow, 3 disc cultivators, 2 walking
cultivators, 2 riding cultivators, 1 garden cultivator, 3 harrows,
1 riding plow, 1 walking plow, 3 riding lister, 1 stalk cutter, 1
new read grinder, 1 grind stone, 5 sets work harness, 2 seta single
harness, 3 saddles, l Beatrice cream separator, 1 DeLalva cream
separator, 1 Majestic range good aa new, 12 dozen chickens,
household goods and other articles too numerous to mention
TERMS: All sums of $10 and leu, cash; over
$10 ten months time at 10 per cent, purchaser
fivingote with approved security
Lunch served at noon by, the L. A. S.
Col. Jake EUiifer, Aact S. R. Flonace, Clerk
The HEW peed Store
We handle only the Best Grades of Flour;
and Feed of all kinds. Your Jnspection of
my place is respectfully requested
GEO. W. TRINE
Opposite P. O.
HAND PAINTED CHINAWARE
It Will Also Pay You to Remember That in Order
to Secure the Best in Canned Goods Obtain
" a. b. c. "
Bell Phone 201 Independent Phone 44
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
eVM STATE ARK
Rti CImmI Near ka
The recent act of April 10th, 1008
gives to all soldiers' widows pension
tl'2 per aiontb. Fred Maurer. tht' at
torney, haa all necessary blanks.
A. C. AMES. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
R.ED CLOUD. - NEBR.ASKA
Savm Ofilca and TaUphon num.
bars formarly uaW by'Dr. RalnM
At Lowest Interest, best option, least
expense. Call for Hie at State Bank,
0. f. Oatbib.
We Invite Your
Careful attention to
our stock when in
the market for any-
pets or Rug line ....
Lady in attendance in our Undertaking Dept.
ALL THK PHONKm
See that your Printing bears this Im-18!
print. "All that's Beft Always" ?.;
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