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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1920)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MARCH 18. 1920
WE buy only what
we know to be good
and we, pay for our
mistakes with our money
I Red Cloud Post Organized Notice to Red Cloud Citizens
On last Thursday evening a laro As the gardening season Is approach.,
number of the returned soldiers of thlt '"Kt a"1' hi order to prevent, coinphtints
oily mot nt tint Uommurclul Club rooms tolng Hied it becomes uccessary to call
for the purpose of organizing an Amcri. ymr attention to the fact that there is
on n Legion Inf. law prohibiting poultry being allow.
Articles of the National run. State '' t run at large. Notice Is hereby
Constitution ivnre rend, after which j given Hint, from this da'e on, nil ponl
tin; members pi esent elected tuinpoiary ! -O' "'"I Put stock innst he kept penned
oilluers ns follow-: I'HIl Sherwood, !' Tlne failing to coiupty wtt'i t his
Adjutant rind A. I!. .McArthur. Com- iK'Ueo will be ilea It with in.- i. mK to
Tins local pot will bo Known as the
Iter! Cloud Post.
Sonic, thirty of Hie. ex. soldiers have,
signed the appiie itimi blanks request
ing that a cliinlcr lw trcati tcl M Ihoiu
i in this city As soun as tne sauiu is
granted by state headquarters the
I members will have a meeting for the
purpose of electing permnnent ofIlcrs
and organizing. Notices will be sent
out to all concerned.
MUX 4ftr " -'
' A 'fl,
'Jf'V 7Vv a House Into a Home'
SOON BE HERE
and the whole world
will put off its sober
raiment for the dainty
garments of Spring.
YOU will want to be
PHO TO GRA PHED
in the new Easter goion,
(Season's Studio of course, so why not see '
over smith sin store us for an appointment?
Red Cloud, Ncbr., March 16th.
The County Board of Commission
cm met as per adjournment at 1 p. nv
with all members present.
The Board confirmed the appoint
ment made by County Assessor Her-,
rick of E. K. Simons as Doputy As
sessor of Cowlcs Precinct in place of
Fred Hurd who resigned.
The following claims were audited
and allowed and County Clerk in
structed to draw warrants on the
proper funds in payment of sarner.
GENERAL FUND '
Frank Starr. 67 25
Annie B. Spanogle 41 66
Elects New Officers
The iiiimiier. nl the Keil t ii.u.l Fire
Department, held n adjourned meet
ing Mondn, ovcnlng for the purpose of ,
fleeting otilcers for the ensuing year.
The following oliioers were elected: I
Chief .1 N. Havel. I
Ass't Chiefs-Will IVgg.CMcArlhiir.'
Secretary L. U. Uiist.
Treasurer A. C. Slaby.
j Trustees Kd McAllster.Crant Chris
ty, A. It. MoArthur.
Foreman Hose Co. No 1 Joe Ctirr.
Foretnau Hose Co. No. 2 Art Nelson.
Foreman II. it L. Co NeLs Anderson.
May L. HutTer.
Henry R. Fausch
Smith & McKimmey ,
POOR FARM FUND
A. F. Robbing .
Yost & Son
E. J. Emertoa
Dr. R. S. Mitchell
Piatt & Frees
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
. Tire Methodist church parsonage in
this city was the scene ot a wedding
1 . . r... .. . . . .
ecemony, ni 7:,w. jxuuruay evening,
hlch'uuited the destinies of Miss
Jll8ieTurner and Lester Yo9t. Rev.
Cope officiated. Mr and Mrs. Ralph
Harrington were the witnesses to the
The bride Is the youngest daughter
Amboy Milling & Eleva
tor Co. . 4 62
Board adjourned to April 5th, 1920.
B. F. PERRY, County Clerk
-lo uu 0f Qharles Turner, and was reared
10U UU fills onmmiinlft.
Mr. Yost is a son of Mr. and Mrs,
John K. Yost and has grown to man-
13 80 hood in this city, and ranks among tho
23 60 first of the younger set of the com
6 50 Both the young people have a host
0 60. of frlenda who will wish them Hn un-
7 85 limited amount of success and happi.
ness during their wedded life. They
29 80, w'l'i ror the present reside at the home
of the bride's father.
IMPORTANT TO COAL CONSUMERS
No one Knows when coal storage season will begin, nor the
price it will bring. An agreement between operators and miners
t may not be reached for weeks. Your guess is as good as ours.
We have bought 1 0 cars of Ploitland Lump tint we can
I deliver from the car for $11.25 per ton, provided that it is all
!; shipped to us. Wc honestly believe this price will be the lovv-
! est this season. We will deliver eoal in the order that we
"j take orders but cannot guarantee the price only as the cars come in
I; Any change of freight rate or increase to miners will raise the
Ij price of coal. If interested book your order now.
'l Use Your Own Judgment
The Malonc-Geltatly Co.
Apportionment of Delegates
The following is the apportionment
of delegates from each precinct for the
Democratic County Convention, to be
elected at tho primaries, as apportion
ed by th democratic Central Commit,
Precinct - Delegates
Guide Rock ! j
Oalc Creelc , 7
Pleasant Hill 2
Elm Creek i
Red Cloud 7
Walnut Creek r
Inuvalo ,-, it 7
Harmony , 4
Red Cloud 1st vd 7
Red Cloud-'Jnd wd 8
Tho law provides that these dele
gates are to bo eleoted at the primaries
and any candidate- seeking this oillee
cm (lie with the County Cleric, no fee
being charged There will also be
elected from each precinct, at tho pri
maricH, one man and on) woman as a
member of thu County Central Com
mittee. (5. v. TRINE,
Webster County Sunday
The Webster County Sunday School
Convention began a series of four sess
ions at 10:30 Monday morning. Quite
a number of workers were present
from ont of town to the first meeting
and kept Increasing in numbers until
on Tuesday afternoou about forty had
registered. The devotional moments
were led by the Guide Rock pastors.
The State Sunday School Association
ofilcers, Rev.Kirubcrly and Miss Mar
garet Brown of Lincoln, were here and
nt their best. Every phase of Sunday
SodqoI work was discussed in a way to
stimulate butter service. One of the
onUtandlng discoveries of the convent
ion was the volume of knowledge about
children and their rearing posseased
by those who never had any of their
own. The ofilcers elected were; Mr.
Fry of Red Cloud, President; Rev. Lin
loger of Cowles, Secretary. Guide
Baptist Church Notes
Grace Both Music and Home
ELOQUENT OF CULTURE. WHEN SILENT!
VIBRANT WITH MUSIC. WHEN RE-CREATING!
The New Edison matches its ART with its APPEARANCE
Its period designs are notable for their authenticy.
TI16 better you know furniture, the more you will appre
ciate the beauty and purity of their lines.
Miss Elsie De Wolf (Amerisa's foremost designer of house
hold interiors) says:
"The superior furniture value of the Edison cabinets can
scarcely fail to impress the lover of good furniture."
The NEW EPJSON
' ' The Phonograph witltx a Sou"
Sheraton, Hepplewhite William and Mary, Chippendale
Adam,, Italian, JacoberwvLouU XIV, etc.
Nor are these Instruments beyond reach of your pookctbook.
Come in and Had out how.roodcatly they are priced.
B. H. NBWHOUSB
OPTOMDTRIST and lOWBLDR
Buttermilk Hog Builder
N TESTS made at the Iowa State Agricultural College it
was found that the free use of this preparation with other
foods shortens the feeding period one third, obtaining same results
Aside from acting as a tonic, keeping hogs exceptionally healthy,
it is high in food value. It contains the right elements for rapid
growth. For' brood sows an.rj suckling pigs it has no equal.
1 70 pound barrel, with water added,
makes 140Oto I 00 gallons of liquid
buttermilk, and 1 -3 add'd fecdiug value
Can you afford to be without this highly valuable preparation?
As A Poultry Food
You breed them to lay. Do you feed them to lay?
Fed right, poultry thrive and pay. Fed wrong they are an
expense. Their rations must be properly balanced. Some
foods make shells, some make yolks, and others make whites.
You would not expect a factory to turn out finished products
without the proper raw materials. You cannot expect a hen to
manufacture eggs without the necessary, proper raw materials.
Tan-Gors Powdered Buttermilk
Solves this problem for you. Carried in stock and for sale by
J. F. Edwards, Mgr. Red Cloud, Neb.
"NOT IN THE COMBINE"
. i . j f ... i . IS
ircairicc creamery l,o,, luosciay alter j,Miiiw
Jacob I'ctcrscn, tho local
Sunday School at Hi a, rn. instead
- p. m. as Ireretofore.
The Willing Workers will meet with
Mrs. A. T. Walker Friday afternoon at
The building and lot formerly oc
cupied by Wm. Lindley as a restau
rant wns sold at Referee's sale to the
agent will soon move his cream sta
tion into tho same.
At a meeting of tho Kansas Bor
der Oil & jGas Co., held at tho court
house Friday evening it was decided
, to drill another well immediately two
I .YiUna nti.r .1 linT w..fli T l t l.l irl1l
H.HU4 .till. I 4II..A. flUlhll Mi VIIU VII. t. UW
It is figured that they can put down
Uring ' Kiddles, hid you ever see
Himyorgin who was not fascinated unother well In nbout thirtv .lavs
by iHnlumls. Sixteorr dllferent kinds which will equal tho, depth of tho first
play thuminnlngost and most unique well. The stcoki which haa.been wfth
.parts In "Hack to Qod!a Country", held. JTrora tho pqbticwith. tho execptr,
eh,oivn at Orpheum .on Monday aud ion . ot th'o .originu'i fltock holders was
Tueidy, I thrown open to everyone. I
WE CLE1 AN HATS
Put on new ribbons and sweats ii needed
Look at Your Hat NEW ONES ARE HIGH
FRANK R. HUGHES SSiiSSSFZ
We Run A Delivery Service
BOTH PHONES . OVER BURDEN'S STORE
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