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The Red Cloud Chief
R4 Cloud. Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In tho Poitofllco at Bed Cloud, Nob.,
as Second Clais Matter
C B. HALE
IE ONLY DKMOOHATIU t'APKU
Kei Cloud, Nkhiiahka, Nov. 18, 1012.
Editor Ciiikf, ,
Dear Sir: In your last week's Issue
you published an account of the form
ation of the Y. M. C, A, iu which you
stated that the Ladles' Clio Club was
dependent on the National organization
for all Us programs. The article con
veyed the idea that the club In this
city followed the initiative of the na
tional club aud bad no plans of Its
own. This is an injustice to the or
ganization mentioned because the Clio
Club has' no affiliation with the nation
al club except its name. The local
club by vote of its members decides
mob year what studied will be taken
np, a committee composed of local
members makes up the outlines and
programs (or the year. The natlouul
organization has absolutely nothing
whatever to do with the local club.
In auswer to tho abovu letter we
wish to say that the mention of the
Clio Club in last week's articlo was a
Blip of the pen. Wo knew as soon as
our attention was culled to the fact
that this club makes its own programs
and transacts its own business mid
we gladly make this explanation be
cause we do not want to do any Injus
tice to anyone or any set. We heartily
thank Subscriber for the letter and
hasten to make amends.
Commercial Club Meeting
At a meeting hold on Friday, Novem
ber 15th, A. U. Kaley was selected a
chairman, an'd W. A. Sherwood, secre
tary. Report of soliciting committee:
Committee of the Y. M.O. A. reports
visiting Hastings Y. M. O. A., also the
Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Cowden
reports that their secretary showed In
terest In our undertaking and agreed
to come and help out our organization
Chairman requested all in. favor of
making some kind of an organization
for RediCloud, to stand up, which was
Moved and seconded that we proceed
to orgHnlze a Chamber of Commerce
for Red Cloud which was carried.
It was (moved and seconded that
each man present be given a chance to
become a member of this organization.
Motion carried and all present joined.
Moved and seconded to proceed to
the election of officers by ballot, first
ballot to nominate, second to elect.
Moved and seconded that Don B.
Saunders be the unanimous choice for
president. I Motion carried.
Moved and seconded that the officers
of the Chamber of Commerce be presi
dent, vice president, secretary, treas
urer and executive board of ten mem
bers. Motion carried.
Moved and seconded that the infor
mal ballot, be formal, and that B. L
Grimes be the choice for vice presi
dent. Motion carried.
Moved that the rules be suspended
and that E. S. Garber be eleotcd as
secretary of the club. Motion carried.
The rules were suspended and W.
A. Sherwood was chosen as treasurer
of the olub.
Moved and seconded that we pro
ceed to the election of the executive
board by voting for four, the two re
ceiving the highest votes elected.
The following were elected: D. W.
Turnure,' F. W. Cowden, Frank Perry,
Paul Story, Dr. Boles, B. MoNeny,
W. B. Saunders, E. II. Newhouso, H
A. Letson and T. J. Diamond.
Moved and seconded that the secre
tary be Instructed to collect a mem
bership fee of f.r per member and to
collect three months dues in advance
at tl per month per member. Motion
Motion made aud secouded that the
executive board be instructed to draft
by-laws and' constitution and secure
quartern and report to the next meet
Ing. Motion carried.
Motion made and aecouded the chair
appoint a soliciting committee and re
port at,aextueettng. Motion carried.
v The chair appointed the following
committee: A. B. Atkins, C. L. Cot
ting and B. S. Garber.
Motion made and seconded, presi
dent and secretary be made members
of the executive board. Motion carried.
The following is the list of members:
W D Edson
D II Kaley
V G Turnure
A C Hosmer
F W Cowden
S B Bailey
G E Coon
A It Saladen
W B Saunders
A B Atkins
C B Hale
B H Ncwhouse
T J Diamond
D W Turnure
C L Cotting
D B Saunders
W A Sherwood
C R tiesso
H A Letson
E L Grimes
A U Kaley
J C Mitchell
B S Garber
C H Miner
It W Koontz
W H Roscncrans
J S Gllham
W L Weesner
O D Hedge
C B Cross
It D Morltz
Nothing further meeting
to call of president.
B. S. Garhkii, Secretary.
The November meeting of the board
of county commissioners was held
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1012, all members be
The tax on the erroneous assessment
of R. E. McBrlde of 9170 was ordered
struck from the tax books. '
The following claims were allowed:
O. O. Hale u 75
Klopp &. Bartlett Co 32 55
Com Ad 1-J8 10
School dlst 34 8 00
Argus I3i 00
School dtst GO 8 00
School dlst 83 s 00
Unll'ubCo r i.'j
Blue Hill Lcador ;... lft oO
Edith McKcighan ;.'! n
Suite Journal Co n 1 50
A. It. Spanoglo 33 no
J. A Tomllnson 73;,
E. McUrlde 5 m
J. 11, Horn,...
K. It Fulton, 000
C. E. Vaughan 1 50
H.J Maurer ;n 00
H. Ludlow 11 7:,
A.B. Dick & Co 1 07
liakorliros 33 lo
J. C. Sloss 3 50
Worrell MfgCo 14 qO
Blue Hill Leader.... 25 tio
Com Ad .14 HO
Argus ' ' 16 03
Josle Hulbert 7 SO
J. W. Stockman 15 00
J.B Yost 1 ?G
Frank Henderson ... . 2 00
Saunders Dros 7 25
R W Koontz, Treas 10 08
O.D.Robinson 10 00
T. J Chaplin 6D 10
OD Hedge 250 48
G. W. Hummel 78 00
G. Ohrastede 120 00
L.E. Spence 1.V00
PaulStorey 36 00
Paul Storey 50 Oo
L. F.Schmidt 77 21
P. A. Wullbrandt
Gerry Reed..-. ,
I. It. Colvln
J. R. Crosier
J. D. Clirisman
H. II. Miner
F. A. Vance
J. W. Hamilton
C. E. Flshel
A. F. Krause
W. H. Shirley
W. II. Fisher ,
F. R. Amack
, 5 00
' 4 00
.-. A 4 00
,...' 4 00
C. R. Swartz
II. A. Johnson
O. A. Arnold
J. B France
C. It. Stewart
Alex Ueutley '..
I. T. Amack
Len Wllmot l 00
G.C. Mann ii-4 00
J. M. Weesner .4 00
K. II. Goble ;..
Jas. Hubatka "...
I. H. Thomas
G. H. Hasebrook
R. II. Henuett ,.
O. L. Llndgren
C. W. Boom
J. P. Egllngton
" 4 00
' 7 10
, 4 00
,.. , 4.00
W. It. Wouderly... j 00
II. B. Hersh
R L. Stratton . . .
D. E. Cloud
A. R. Larrlck....
W. K. Brooks....
J. H. Hollander.
L. G. Genereux..
G. W. Hlte
W. H. Patterson.
A. G. Wheat....
A J. Spires
Consider The Nebraska Hen
The State Bureau of Labor aud In
dustrial statistics estimates the poultry
products of Nebraska at forty-three
million dollars in 1011. The secretary
of agriculture estimates the total of
poultry products for the United States
at seven hundred fifty millions in the
same year. Poultry statistics are dint
cult to obtain accurately, but it is evi
dent that Nebraska stands close to the
first place in tha relative importance of
her poultry products. .
That the poultry of Nebraska is of
some importance is verified by the fact
that the assessment of hens returned
by the county assessors iu 1010 Is over
four times as innch as all the diamonds
found in the suite, half us much as all
tho plauos, ten times as much as all
the cash registers, nine times as much
as all the safes and 1112,000 more than
nil tho steam engines.
The helpful hen is one of the prime
factors in reducing the high cost of
living; the family with a few dozen
hens, well kept, need not worry about
the meat problem. The busy biddies
of Nebraska are hustling her great
herds of swine for first pluce In im
portauce of the marketable products of
Nebraska hens laid so many more
eggs last year than the hens of KansaB
that a Nebraska hen oould lay one egg
a day uutll she had enough to hatch a
Perfect In Style
Fit Fabric and
Wooltex Coats and Suits.
Wooltex Garments Iter Disappoint
The quality of a suit or coat doesn't exist in
fit, style, fabric or workmanship alone, but is the
result of a combination of perfection in all four
of these points.
The Miner Bros. Co.
A Mighty Safe Place To Trade
brood of chickens, sit on the eggs,
hatch the chickens and then overtake
the Kansas hen with a second brood
before the Kansas biddy had done
clucking over her first brood of chioks.
But Nebraska hens do not have to
hatch eggs; they can put in their time
laying, for Nebraska factories make
annually one half of all the Incubators
manufactured iu the United States und
Canada. These incubators are sent by
carloads all over theuclvilized world
and fluffy chicks by the millions belt
the globe as a tribute to the maternal
industry which has its headquarters iu
While Nebraska is selling upwards
of forty million dollars worth of poul
try products annually, the great state
of Oregon is buying three million dol
lars worth from Nebraska and other
states. The state superintendent of
public instruction in Oregou is endeav
oring to enlist the school children iu
the problem of cancelling this deficit
by having every child in the chools of
Oregon between the ages of six and
sixteen keep a dozen hens. If Nebras
ka school children were to do that
they would make Nebraska the meat
est poultry market in the world.
Suffrage Meeting In Omaha
Omaha, Nebr., Nov. 19-On Decem
ber 4, 5 and 0 the Nebraska Woman
Suffrage Association will hold its
annual convention in Omaha. In view
of the recent victories for equal suf
frage in Oregon, Arizona, Kansas and
Michigan and the excellent program
offered, the convention promises to be
Mr. Richard L. Metcalf, editor of
"The Commoner," and candidate for
Governor aud United States Senator,
will be one of the speakers; Hon. Jno,
L. Kennedy, formerly United States
Congressman, aud one of the best
known lawyers in the state another.
As yet, the program is not completed
but the committee promises others as
well known, and as well versed as
Delegates will be entortained by
the Omaha members and special hotel
rates have been secured for other
visitors. The City Council Chamber
will be headquarters.
All interested in Equal Suffrage are
urged to attend the Omaha meeting
whether delegated or not as the con
vention will be of vital importance.
About two hundred and fifty manu
faoturers from the state of Nebraska
assembled In Omaha, November 14th
and 15th to perfect an organization to
be known as the Nebraska Manufac
turers Association. The attendance
was much larger than anticipated, and
tho business of electing officers was
taken up and a permanent organiza
tion formed. MivC, B. Towle, presi
dent of the Curtis Tovvlo Pay no Com
pany, Lincoln, Nebraska, was named
president; Messrs. J. V. Steluhart,
Nebraska City. C. II. Dempster, Beat
rice, L. A. Kinney, Hastings, und P.
B. Sanborn, president of the Standard
Stock Food Company, Omaha, were
elected vice presidents.
Mrs. Fred Coon of Guide Rock Is
visiting her mother Mrs. Gua Holm
grain this week.
JTT I have a limited amount
Til V of Genuine Imported
Japanese vases if I will
give one o i these absolute
ly. f re' with every purchase of
$25 or "more tf One vase
to each customer only
A. E.. ATKINS
The Furniture Man & Undertaker
BOTH THE PHONES
H0MESEEKERS' RATES TO THE SOUTH!
These are made November 5th and 19th, December 3rd and 17th. Southern
Tourist, rates are in effect every day; the increasing winter patronage has
developed a large number of moderate priced stopping places besides the
palatial hotels. THE PANAMA CANAL: Had you thought of seeing this
great work before the water is turned in? Complete steamer tours from
New Orleans. v v
,ThU country draws each year an increasing number of winter tourists
The Burlington's through sleeper service is via Denver, Scenic Colorado
and Salt Lake, with choice of routes beyond, whether to San Francisco or
TO LOS ANGBLB3 VIA SANTA FB ROUTE; through tourist sleepers
leave Omaha every Tuesday night and Denver Wednesdays, going via Santa
Fe direct line, Grand Canyon Route, to Los Angeles. This is an ideal
TO CHICAGO, INTERNATIONAL LIVKBTOCK KX0Oltfnt
Tills show, which interests thousands of Western growers and others, will
be held November Iloth to December 7th.
(let In touch with your nearest ticket aucnt, or with the underlined. Let uh help
you plan any kind of a Winter tour you have In imlnd. Krce literature, "California Ex
curalonH," ''I'aelilo Coast Tours," Southern Tours"; anil all kinds of Illustrated de8crlitlv
publication!) of Southern ami California Lines.
Bernard Fruit was home from Paul
no over Sunday returning Tuesday.
it. r. ror, rtciet Agmnt.
L. W. WAKKLKY, Cmirm! Pmiuwngtr Agt.,
3 rooms for rent. Inquire of Mrs,.
Cora Pitney, Inavale, Nebr.
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