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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1921)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. DECEMBER 15 1921
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Tho following is the program to
be given in the Besso sale pavilion,
on Friday evening, December 2!lrd,
at 7:.'J0 o'clock, tho event marking
tin- community's Christmas tree fes
tivities. Music By Tho Band
Heading Of Scripture
Selection From Angelic Choir.
Address. F. K. Mnurcr, "Unity
Holy Night, Congregation
CHAMBKB OF COMMHBCH
Tiie Chamber of Commerce met in
regular cession on Tuesday evening.
The Boad Committee reported
through Mr. Frank Cowdcn the re
sult of a conference with Commission
er Crowell on the south road.
Mr. Austin of the Austin Advertis
ing Co. appeared before the Cham
ber with reference to the placing of
the road signs.
A communication received with
u'ference to the possibility of dupli
cation among the various organfea
t.ons doing chirity work was hearti
! endorsed by the meeting.
fund and be u.-ed as such.
Tin County Treasurer i hereby in
structed to make a separate fund to
be known as a furd for Aid to County
Agricultural Societies and in collect
ing the taxes for the year 192J to
deduct from the General Fund of 1.JI
i mills and place in said fund .01 mill
I on each dollar collected not to ex
ceed the .sum of .$2000 and the money
so collected and placed in said fund
to bo disposed of by the County
Treasurer as is provided for by
House Boll No. K50 Session Laws of
1921. Motion carried.
Motion made by Stumphonhorst
seconded by Chaplin that County
Treasurer be instructed to strike off
the assessment of Everett France in
Batin Precinct for 1021 same being
a double assessment. Motion car
ried. Motion made by Chaplin seconded
by Crowell that the County Treasur
er be instructed to reduce the 1021
assessment of Farmer' Union Co.
Operative Association of Cowles in
the sum of $2800. This amount bc
intr a double assessment. Motion
Committees from Guide Bock, Su
perior and Bed Cloud appeared be
fore the Board regarding the condi
tion of the road cart, from Bed Cloud
to NuekolN Count v line. After eon-
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Gifts That Reflect a Personal InteresT:
And Care of Selection
no matter how small the cost' will convey the good wisher,
as you would have them conveyed
Such Gifts Can Be Easily Selected
i you will allow yourself a few minutes time in our store
iilomblu discu'"!on of this matter,
.. nio road conditions in general, the
DISTRICT COURT IN SESSION Hoard assured the-e committees that
FIKST OF THE WEEK .i soon as the 1022 funds are avail
With District Judge Ww. A Dil
worth on the bench and fiorsey
Bu:rd, as court reporter, the Wuotm
ber equity term of district . oou
vened in this city on Monday :u:d
the following cpes were disposcdof:
W. It. Tolley'vs Slawson,. coatntiwt
I.rvi C. Bloom vs Eliza Gilham,
William Hicks r.nd Elmer Fogg vs
Webster county, continued.
Alice BoaFie Mcintosh vs Kdgur
I Melntorh, continued.
Clarke Buchanan Co. vs James h..
Wi.-carver vs Boscoo C. Iurch,
John Barkloy vs Guy Merrill, con
timicd. Clara Kivett vs Oscar Kivett,
Motion of defendant to expunge re
Effio llolcomb vs John llolcomb,
Chas. B. Be.o vs Cora E. Brore
Turnuro vs Board of Equilization,
Kuby Schonberg vs Henry Ander
In the matter of the Application of
Hell:. Boso Ad-nx to sell real estate,
S xlc confirmed.
Mrs. Anna Kcmpkes vs Georgo
Binpke-. sale ordered.
able that thin road would be put in
The following claims wore audited
smil nllnwed and County Clerk in-
tvnrtd to draw warrant on the
proper funds in, payment of amc
If. H. Crowell
C. A. Waldo
Frank Starr -
Anna B. Spnnoglc
L. E. Tait
E. M. McBride -
C. E. Vaughan -.
O. C. Tool
I' W. Endorf
Mrs. John Williamson
Thos. A. Friend -
Guide Bock Signal .
II. B. Fausch
Webster County Argus
Anna Stumphonhorst -
O. C. Teel -.--
E. W. Stevens
P. II. Boner- -
Smith to McKimmey
A. I"). Itannev
II. A. Stutnnhenhorst
Farmers' Union B. C.
While the present stock lasts I am offering
two bargains. A guaranteed watch with
unbreakable crystal - - - -
A guaranteed alarm clock - -
These are both special values at the prices.
Also a very few guaranteed eight day
alarm clocks at the right price.
We Mike Quality' Right Then the Price'JRight
kcjciouj Jeweler and Optometrist Nebraska
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Parties Owing Taxes in Kansa
(Highland Township, Jewell County, and Logan
and Pawnee Townships. Smith County) may pay
same at Webster County Bank. Red Cloud, Nebr.
Taxes must be paid before December 20th to avoid
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiance, President Red Cloud, Neb. S. R. Flomnce, Casliie
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
iejwflti (liuirantced by the D'potllore Guaranty runitofthe State of Xdratla
Com. Dlst. No. 2
13. C. Jones
II. L. Schcnk. --
W. 13. Toap --
Citizens Lbr Co -
Ml. Clnre Lbr Cq
L. B. Columbia
BOOB FARM FUND
Turnuro & Son. ..--
Henry Cook -
13. A. CrciKhton .-
13. J. Emerton. .
Dr. Earl Mr dill
Johnson t Graham
Board adjourned to January
B. F. PEBBY, County Clerk
We do building from the excavating to the painting
complete. We will figure your jobs to furnish all mater
ials, or otherwise, to suit our customers. We do FRAME
BRICK and STUCCO work. Let us show you the differ
ence between good and inferior stucco.
Wc build screen doors and window screens and do
carpenter work of all kinds. Let us have your order for
vscreen doors and window screens now.
Shop first door north of Holland Hotel. Res. phone 72N
John CummuiKS ot al vs J-.nnuol
Gnrbcr et al, Title quieted.
George Corner vs Farmers' Union
G'-ain Co. ct al, Dismissed at plain
In the matter of tho Issuance of
Funding Bonds of tho City of Bed
Guy Cone vs Mary A. Cone, sale
Stale Bank of Hildrcth vs M. Mass
inj'er et al, continued.
Oliver Hudson vs Jacob Mandel
Mary Haves vs Tracy Hayo.-, Di
vorce for plaintiff granted.
Bed Cloud, December 13 1921
Tho County Board of Commission
ers met at 1 p. m. as per adjournment
of November 1st. All members
Motion made by Crowell and
seconded by Shidler that tho Board
, reconsider their action on the
1 claims of the Bed Cloud Farmers'
Institute and the Webster County
' Fair Association for aid ob agricul-
1 tu re societies and that tho action
taken by tho Board on November 1,
1921 bo received and set aside. Motion
carried. ' After a further di cushion
of this matter by the Board and W.
13. Fiance President of tho Webster
County Fair Association, and J. S.
Gilham representing tho Red Cloud
1' armors' Institute tho lollowing ac
tion wns taken:
Moved by Stumphcnhorst seconded
by Shidler that whereas tho County
Board did on the 11th day of August
1921 make a levy of .01 mill on each
dollar of the assessed valuation of
said county to provide for a fund of
not to ixrnrd SWOOO for nlil to ncn-
cultural societies of said county as I For eonvonlunco of thoso who do not
is provided for in Houso Boll No. 130 hnvo timo to do their shopping during
of Session Laws of 1921 and did in- tho day, Mrs Burbanil'lmros will koep
ssss'ja.s.'iRjrtsfa rrtMmiw ,, .
inland tlinf .01. mill filimild pnnstituto UUtU Christmas.
and bo a fund to aid agricultural m ,
societies of said county and that 1.2 .. . . ..
' mills' should constitute .the general e A fcooa cuow.
OR as little as $4 we can make
you a dozen photographs that
you will be proud to give your friends.
hat is 883 Cents each.
What else can you give them at that price that
will give them as much pleasure.
Other Styles Priced Higher
SUNDAYS and EVENINGS by appointment until
THE CLEASON STUDIO
Tho Degreo of Honor met Tuesday
ovonlng and Initiated one eaudlrlnte
anrl also elected the following ollicers
for the onMitng iflrm:
Mil. MntUdii Welsch, V. Chief.
Mrs. Bnnnn Wnlker, C. of II.
Mrs Filsh lMUmy, h. of II.
Mr Pnlslphnr, C. of O.
Mrs. Horn Buklor. Uoorder,
Mrs. II. Sluby, Uecnlvcr.
Mrs Merer, Treasurer.
Mi-B F.Klo Jornbuiir, Usher.
Mrs. Mario IVrry, AsMst Ushor.
Mrs. Mario Bey nobis, I. W.
Mrs Perry, O. W
After lodge oloied a lnneh was serv.
od by tho Chief of Honor.
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For My New Incoming Spring Slock, Which Consists of
A fine line of Black Tred Horse Shoes
in both fabric and cord
I Will Sell All Firestone Tires And Tubes
Now On Hand
For the balance of December
Red Cloud Tire Hospital
W. H. FRENCH, Prop. .
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