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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1920)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, AUGUST 20. 1920
F SO WHY NOT
our useful and
beautiful lines of first
class silverware, casseroles
and cut glass?
Something to have for a
lifetime and to be apprec
iated as long as you live.
We have purchased the
BEST merchandise the
market affords and you
a're assured of reliable
We have just received some
fiine engraved wedding rings
JL JUL M, M. JL JLcS JLI
Will Resume Activities.
'THE GOOD OLD DAYS'
Stove pUe hats
SI. 00 a day hotels
Torchlight processions .
Hair rats and switehes ,
2c railroad fare'
Kcd iniil erhliirts
2.ppco bather suits
Natural complexion .
Nickls ear rides
"Wliut'll you have?" i
Ilituhing posts , '
Ten knights inn barroom
Ten bars in n night
l'arlor soa sholls
Good Coal at
AND THE PRESENT DAY-
. fiOo haircuts
'II. 0. L.
Six-liour days ,,
Still Good Coal at
M ALONE-GELLATLY COMPANY-
The Bird Land Co. of Hays IvHtissa,
who reccutly took over the Hod Cloud
tlour mill ahd elevator in a realty deal
ih'rolvlng a largo sum, this week, sold
tho mill to 1"). 1) Nuss of Abilene, Kan.
Ho now has men (linking a few changes
and getting tho machinery in order, ho
that when ho begins operations next
Monday the mill will operate at full
Mr. Nuss hns had US years active ex
perience in thb line and is now sue-
cmsfully operating another mill in
Kansas. Kor the present lie will spend
most of his time hetu but his family
will continue to reside in Abilene. Mr.
W. II. Roberts for somo time past con
nected with this mill will have charge
of tho same, it is the intention of Mr.
Nus to .also install a complete feed
Tho elevator, also owned by tho Bird
Land' Company, was' purchased by
George Haverkainp of Giinell. Kansas,
who will move hero and take charge of
tho same September first.
Action to Set Aside Con
solidated School District
Harry Chaplin. Cecil MeCali, Bon
Ilced, Chas. MeCllntocIc, Kphrlm Tart
er and I). L Daily commenced action
Saturday in the District Court to sot
aside the. consolidated School District
"I'y" of Webster County.
Among other things contr'ned hi
their petition they allege that during
the winter months ibwillbo impossible
to transport tho children over the
roads and therefore they will be de
prived of their constitutional right of
a free education. They also state that
the election was not held necording to
law, and many other irregularities
They seem to bo supported by tho
loTiil voters of District "IV as 131 of
the legal voters of the district have
signed the request That the district be
The district was organized under a
law passed by the last legislature
which has proven very unpopular with
the rural districts.
The case will probably be heard i. t
an early seslon of tho Dktriet Court
and Its outcome watched with interest
by the majority of the voters of the
Attorney V. J Munday represents
Red Cloud Wins a
Twenty Inning Game
August 19, 1020
"'. j per tho call of tho Cleric the
nty Conuninfuonors convened nftcr
adjournment of tho Board of
r.vulization and transacted the fol
lowing business with all members
bung present. ,
'-v petition signed by more than 250
re .dents and legal voters of Webster
county was read asking that tho ques
tion of Township Organization be .sub
mitted to tho voters of Webster
county at tho General Election to bo
held November 2, 1020. Tho County
Clerk was instructed to place the
same on the br.llots at said election.
The application of Ciins. Coleman
and wife for admission to the Sol
diers' Home at Grand Island was ap
proved by the Board.
Motion made and carried that
County Cleric be instructed to draw
a warrant on the General Fund for
the mm of C828.0G paid sum being
the amount levied against Webster
county for Paving in District No. o.
Said tax to bo to City Treasurer be
fore September , 1J20.
In the matter of a double assess
ment against Conrad G. Starke tho
Couty Treasurer was instructed to
strike off tho assessment of ?2.10
against Mr. Starke.
Motion made and carried that B. W.
Stewart he appointed Justice ..of tho
Peace for Red Cloud City to fill
vacancy caused by tho death of Jas.
In the matter of, Floyd I. Simpson
and W. A. Maynnrd, who had paid
rcnl estate taxes under protest no re
lief was granted and County Treas
urer instrit'ted to issue the regular
tax receipt for the amount of tax as
shown by tax books.
The" following claims were audited
and allowed and County Clerk instruc
ted to draw warrants pn the proper
funds in payment of same:
'Wheeler Lbr. Co $
Chicago Lbr. Co. Hofc-
Chicago Lbr. Co. Blue Hill..
Com. Dist. No. 2
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i Do You Wapt A New Ring?
Every woman in the world would be glad
to receive one more new ring:, so would
every man. A ring Js a mark of affection
ever before the eye of the wearer.
If in doubt about where
to get the ring, come see
ours and your doubts will
flee. We can please you.
Our rings will PLEASE
Give a Ring
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
Jeweler and QptopietrlsU
Com. Dist. No. .1 .
B. F. Watt
A. O. Mefford -.
.137.00 1 3
Allied .Contractors Co 15,000.00 j
Nobr. Culvert & Mfg. Co S.-1.1S.40 ,
Dr. Halm T
Klopp Printing Co.
S. F. Greono ...
E. McBride ....'.
C. E. Vaughan
O. C. Tcel .'
Hillyard Chemical Co .
II; A. Friend Co
Edith L. McKciglmn
Co. Treasurer Co. Ex.
Omaha Printing Co. ...
University Pub. Co.
Milburn & Scott .......
State Journal Co
Mr. and Mrs. I
Friday afternoon, at the. anniversary
celebration, ut Lebanon, occurred the
best and longest ball game that was
ever played in the history of Red
Cloud's ball teams. The following
writunp concerning tho khidd was tak
en from the Lebanon Times:
"The ball game this afternoou was a
thriller for twenty innings Red Cloud
and Bellalre woro conto-tliig nnd ft
was a pitchers battle, although tho
Red Cloud boys gnve their illngsnian a
llttlo the best support. Red Cloud was
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1 ,"l,,.TttUU ' u.1.'" "u' l?"'.HnmmostI Stephen Co. .
inree oruor, as ut(i net a re for a few',-, ., ., ,.
t.mi,. i .1. .1.1.-1 ...!..! Mopp-Unrtlett Trinting Co.
...b' v.iv till.. .1111111 uwuniiu
succeeded in sending throe men acre ss
the nlate. which ended their Minn. c. 1 '
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v...h. v.. viuuii V.HIUU lllllll UL'll III
g ami ueu uio score in ttie olglitli, an.l 1
thus the score stood until the first half
of the twentieth inning, when Red
Cloud put another niau across, by tho
errors of Uellalro. Hellalro was un
able to scoro In their half of the twenU
lll. .1 1 A. II 4 t fill t .
1UUI mm lust ,if 10 1. XIIIS 19, WO UC-
Hove the best gmno over playod on tho
On Saturday afternoon Red Cloud
'and Mankato played ball at Lebanon.
! Mankato'b first pitcher. CheVrv.
Board adjourned to September 11,
B. F. PERRY, County Clerk
ONE HUNERED YEARS
have been manufactured.
McPhail Pianos are built of
the best material and along
lines of proven correctness
by workmen of long ex
pedience. The men who build McPhails are not
boys or cheap drifting labor, t but are men who have
grown gray in the service of the House of T.-cPliail.
McPhail workmen take pride in the pianos ,y!rlch
they are building and the result of their pride and
skill is the McPhail piano, musically and mechanic
Come in our store and hear a McPhail
piano before you purchase an instrument
for your home.
of MwWMkMuWm v,clrola
O. C. Teol Is spending tho day in
Joo Crow wns down from Republican
City this week.
Bost quality tomatoes for salo nt the
Chas. Rassor farm. Phone 12 on 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bean returned
homo Wednesday evening from Lin
coln. County Attorney II. S. Foo went to
was 1 Hustings .this morning to attend tho
Phone, Store Ind. 1 58, Res, 93 RED CLOUD, NEB
knocked out of tho box as Red
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buuiiruu live runs on CI nun UIHl
r. r o .. .. ...
1 1 uuurttu ui iiujiurior relieved nun,
kato won the game by a score of 8 to 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Newhouso re-
American Legion Stato Convention.
Mrs. Paul Story of Winner, Scuth
Dakota arrived in the city Wedno.'day
evening to vnJlt her daughter, Mrs, H.
Leo McArthur, who has beop doing
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turned homo tho first of tho week electrical work at Cambrhlgo ,and Big
from Big Springs and Bridgeport -.Springs, returned home this mqrulna
l"j I.. 1 M ( ' I .. L.
I uu win enjoy a iawwc,eK reov. .
where they had been visiting.
The Price of Lumber
and building material is so much less,
than it has been and the prospects for it
going much lower is so slight that we
Seel justified in advising you to build now
PLAIT & FREES
The' Chief is the Home of Quality Job Printing
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