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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1922)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. FEBRUARY 23. 1922
And J. P. Ifcrfian
Paid $2,500 Each
To See The
Carpenter But You Can See It For
And War Tax, At The
With all the Preliminaries and a Comedy, 7 Reel Show
Shows Begin at 7:30 and 9:1 5 p. ni.
We have ordered a carload of
Early Ohio Seed Potatoes
Which will bo here soon. These arc extra good. If you
want some you should place your order now.
' We Have the Best of
EVERYTHING IN GROCERIES
Our Prices Save You Money
A FEW GROCERY BARGAINS
8 Laundry Soap
5 bars for -
I c. Wcinies every.
w Saturdas. ner lb. - -
No. 2 Pork and Beans
Per can - - - - -
Highest Market Prices for Eggs and Poultry
The Farmers Union
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
. SAMUEL HARDMAN TO 1112
ORDAINED ON SUNDW
vice at the ordination of Mr. Samuel
llanlman to the diaconnto by the
Right Reverend George Allen Becchcr,
IN SESSION TUESDAY
The Iloaul of County Commission
ers met as per adjournment at 10:b()
a. m. yith all members present. '
John S. Marfcli of Guide Hock up-
D. D.. Bishop, at the Grace church, on . . . .. . . ..
. . , ,-i .,'pcarcd, before the Itoaid regarding
Quinquagesima Sunday, February . J 1 ,. " ,
,?., tno 1921 assessment on Hnrdwuro
9:30 A. M.
Rev. E. E. Wells, Rural Dean
Brokrn Bow, Nebraska
10:30 A. M.
Prayer Book, pago 27!)
11:00 A, M. .
READING OF THE PREFACE
Rev. Samuel E. Wells, Rural Dean
of the Grand Island Deanery
Prayer Book, page COO
Prayer Book, pago 510
PROCESSIONAL HYMN 505
The Very Reverend Clms. R. Tynor
Dean Of St. Mark's Pro-Cathedral
PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATE
Rev. John M. Bates
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Prayer Book, page 5110
INTROIT HYMN 586
SERVICE OF THE HOLY
COMMUNION Pago 531
EXAMINATION OF CANDIDATE
Prayer Book, page 511
ORDINATION HYMN 289
Prayer Book, pago 580
Just As I Am
COMMUNION HYMN 225
GLORIA IN EXCELSIS Old Chant
NUNC DIMITTIS Langdon
RECESSIONAL HYMN 507
Fifty Attend Banquet
Tim Business Men's lunch, given at
the Powoll Cafe last Thursdaj cvotitug,
was a splendid success In evory detail.
Tho pippiirutioit of the Imiiijiiot ami
the ea&o with which tlio fifty plates
were set vert utidttr tho direction of Mr.
Oliver Powell is seldom i qnalli'd.
Tho Krotniiliu Kidi furuiihed music
as tho dinner piogressed. Cuoli num
bor was of tlio high class eharaotorist'c
of thls'oteliostra and was loudly up
plauded, Mr. Lawsuit of tlio Hustings Clunub
er of Commorcd and Mr, Adam 13 reed o
of the Hustings Daily Tribuuo wet o tho
fipalccrs of tho evciilntr, The former
gave a brief tall: on the possibilities of
Commercial Organizations a u d Mr.
Itreedo told of ids reoont trip to the
Hawaiian Islands. His ability to de
saribo conditions and evonth made Ids
tnlk vory entertaining and of consider
ablo educational value,
Messrs. Nowlund and Weobtior who
were In charge of ariaiigcments for
this banquet aro to be congratulated
Mr, Jacob Poteisen and Gilbert Beck
weio selected as a committuo to ar'
range for tho next dinner,
Make Good Butter Records
Tlio latest biillbliu of "Reported
Tosts of Llolatoln-Frlosiaa Cows," pub
lished by Malcolm II, Gardner, Dela
van, Wis , Supt. of Advanced Registry
of the Holstoln-Frlebtan Association of
Ainorlca, reports crodltablo records of
two cows owned by Starke Ilrothors(
of Red Cloud, Nebr.
Tholr best cow, Maggie Ormsby Jo
hanna, a Full Aged cow, made a record
of 010 5 lbs -of milk and 25.870 lbs. of
butter fat, in seven days, equivalent to
32.3 lbs. of butter.
Their other cowi Maud Colan'bu Jo
hnnna, ib reported as buying made at
tho bko of four years and six month",
a record of 535.0 lbs. or milk and 21 500
lbn, of buttei fat, in seven days, cqulvu
lent to -u a iua oi muter.
ttock in Guide Rock. The Boaid de-(
sii nig to investigate this nsscssmor t
took this matter under advisement
until the next regular mooting of
On motion the County Treasurer
was instructed to refund out of tho
funis of tho Village of Blue Hill tho
amount of tho City Tax levied against
t'.o owners of all propcity r. Sou'h
Heights Addition to Blue Hill for the
year J920. Suid addition never hav
ing been taken into tho village of
Blue TI ill was not subject to a City
Board adjourned to 1 o'clock p. in.
Board re-convened at 1 o'clock
with all members present.
The following Road Oversfcrs were
appointed to fill vacancies:
Hiram Thomas, District No. G;
John Hutchins, No. 6 B; Chris Hun
sen, No. 11 B;
At 2 o'clock the Bridge bids wcic
opened with the following firms bid
Fremont Construction Co., Fre
mont; Midland Bridge Co., Kansas
City; Central Bridge and Construc
tion Co., Wahoo; Mnrtz Construction
Co.,Soward; Allied Contractors Inc.,
After all bids wrre lcud and tabu
lations of same made, it was tho opin
ion of tho Board that tho Allied Con
tractors Inc., were the lowest bidd s.
A motion was made by Chnplip and
seconded by Stumpcnhorst that the
contract for all bridges iequir-d for
tho year 1922 bo awarded to tho Al
liod Contractors Inc. Motion carried.
On motion tho County Trcasur r
was instructed to adjust the School
Tax on the 1920 Real Estate assess
ment of John II. Crary. said land
NE4 32-2-9 being assessed in the
wrong school tlistrict.
Tho following claims were audited
unit allowed and County Cleric in
structed to draw warrants on tie
proper funds in payment of same:
One of Each $2.75
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 PriceRight I
B. H. Newhouse
Jeweler and Optometrist
Card of Thanks
Wo wish to thank and cxteud our
heartfelt gratitude to those who so
kindly assisted during tho illnesi and
death of our daughter, Doris Liicilo,
Mr, and Mr, Chas, Egglcston
H.l. Fausch . ..
Omor Crowell .
Andy Guy :
Dr. Hoxscy ,
J. C. Irwin -.
P. H. Boner
Romington Typewriter Co.
Smith & McKimmey
E. D. Leiby .
Mrs. Jas. Burden
Nat'l Wood Rcnovnting Co,
Dr. II.'S. Reed
Scth Grern . ..
E. M. McBrido
C. E. Vaughan .
O. C. Teel ,-...
Mrs. Jno. Williamson -
Thos. A. Friend
F. W. Endorf
POOR FARM FUND
Charley Harpham - 12.10
J. W. Stockman 9.00
Standnrd Oil Co. 5.94
E. J. Emcrton , . .. 8.00
Con Wilson COO
Chicago Lbr Co. Blue Hill ... - 15.40
F. G, Turnure & Son -.. C8.0G
S. E. Bailey 12.55
Malono and Gellatly Co. 25.50
Tho County Clerk was instructed
to draw up a new contract with E. J.
Emcrton ns manngcr of tho Popr
.Farm. Said contract to bo for ono
year commencing March 1, 1922 and
salary to bo reduced from $950.00 to
800 per year.
No further business appearing tho
Board adjourned to meot March !l,
.B. F. PERRY, County CIcxk.
We do building from the excavating to the painting
complete. We will figure your jobs lo furnish all mater
ials, or otherwise, to suit our customers. Wc 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
screen doors and window screens now.
Sh6p first door north of Holland Hotel. Res. phone 72N
1 BE PRACTICAL
The young man in love often goes into raptures about
"the blue of the sea in her eyes and the golden haze of
autumn in her hair," but remember this, young man
SHE'LL EAT just the same as any other healthy girl.
Therefore, get down to practical affairs. Save your
money, deposit it in a good reliable bank like ours and
get ready to own a home for you and the girl and to
provide the three square meals a day that you will both
need as long as you live. You know when.poverty comes
in at the door, love sometimes flics out at the window.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
pdward Floiance, President Red Cloud, Nob. S. R. Florence, Cadiier
Capital and Surplus $jj,ooo.oo
Vtpotltt Quarantttd by tht flepoiltors Quarant'j I'aml of th StaU oA'ibratlu
Are You Buying Dependable
That is The Kind We Sell
Malone -Jjellaily Co, I
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