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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1922)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, APRIL C, 1922
New Grocery to Open
Mr. Clcnrmiiti of tlio United Grocery
Company which owns several itrooary
btoresln tills stuto IniB ii force of men
bu-y putting in bhulvos, ito., in the V.
A. Albright building wheio they ex
poet to open for business within the
next .week or so. Tills llrm bulls for
cash strictly nml inulio no delivorles
thus enabling them to sell at a lower
pitt&in of m'ollt.
Will Give Cantata Easter
The Community Choi-US of Hod Cloud
have urrnnged to present a cantata,
".Life Everlasting" at tho Dcsse Audi
torlum at eight o'clock Enster evening.
There will bo no admission fee, but
a silver offering will bo tiken to cover
the actual expense of building, music,
The chorus has a membership of
about fifty voices, and have been work
ing for some tlmo under tho very tjtllo
lont leadership of Miss Josophlnc Miz
er. The cantata is in itself musical, and
with the prepaiation which has been
given to it, the people aro assured a
The vuriouh churches of tho city,
have in-ranged to dismiss their evening'
services in order that the people may,
Results of City Election
Tho city election passed-ofl quirtlv
Tuesday but the results dctnoustratcd
that considerably moro iiitrest had
been taken by tho voters than appoar
do on the surface. Tho ubsence of a
hot campaign cannot always bo taken
as on indication that activities have
ceased lu political clrolos. Following
is a tabulated list of the vote oast for
the respective candidates:
S R. Florancc
Councilman 1st Ward
A. H. Hoffman 127
Councilmnn, 2nd Ward
C. M. Sherwood
I. T. Amaclc
Members School Board
Vote Cast 47
Carrio Sherwood 01
E. L. Grimes
MET ON TUESDAY
The County Hoard of Commissi m
tvs met ns per adjournment of M-u'ch
21st with all members present.
J On motion mado and earned the
Superintendent of Poor Farm was
nllowcd to employ a hired girl for the
balance of tho year.
The County Treasurer was instruct
ed to strike from tho tax list the 1021
per assessment of John Zuhcrhclder
lix Heaver Creek precinct. Same l3
ijig a double assessment.
. Tho bond of Warren Thomas :s
Road Overseer of District No. G was
approved by Board.
The principal oDjcct of this meat
us of the Board was to arrange the
Budget as required by law, for the
maintenance of the State Highway
psystcm in Webster county. Mr. C. K.
Wright the Division Engineer of the
Department of Public works was
present and after a lengthy discus
sion of voad matters in general, tha
Budget for 1022 was arranged Mid
approved by both parties and filed
with County Clerk. Using 1021 fig
ures as a guide it was estimated that
the receipts from auto licenses for
1022 would amount to ?23,331.C2 of
this amount approximately 0010.01
would go to tho County Dragging
The sum of not to exceed $7001.08
to bo expended on Federal Highway
north from Red Oloud to Adams coun
ty line, 2075.01 on road west from
Red Cloud to Franklin county line.
For construction and maintenance of
road east from Red Cloud to Nuckolls
county line tho sum of 0000.00. A ly
of tho unexpended money not neces
sary to be used on above mentioned
roads to be used on any county roads
that require attention.
The following claims were audited
and allowed and County Cleik in
structed to draw warrants on the
proper funds in payment of same.
Mountford Bros $ 05.75
POCKET CLOCKS I
$1.25 to $4.75 Just Arrived Direct
From The Factory
Big Ben " Baby Ben
Sleepmcter Jack O Lantern
Baby Ben Luminous Big Ben Luminous
America's Pocket Ben
GET YOURS NOW
E. H. Newhouse
Mrs. Ed Dickson Laid to Rest
Mrs. Ed Dickson, who boon in ill
health for somo time passed nwny at
her homo Tuesday morning. Her death
was a shock to tho family as well a's
tho community for her condition had
not been considered serious,
Mabol Truman, daughter of Itev. O.
II. Truman, a former pastor of the
Christian church, was born In thobtate
of Kentucky, Feb. 28th, 1871. In the
yoar 1801 sho was united in marriago
with Mr. Ed Dickson. Tho coromony
being performed by her father at tho
Congregational church in this city. To
this union wero born nlno children.
She was a mombor of tho Christian
Sho leaves to mourn her departuro
besides the bereaved husband three
Bons, Wm. Doan, Edward Dale, and
Dwightand threo daughters Margareti
Dorothy and Francos. Funoral ser
vices wero conducted from tho Amack
Mortuary at 11 o'olook this mornlug
and Interment mado in tho city come
tory. Baptist Church Notes
Sunday School 10 o. m.
Morning Worship 11 n. ra, Dr. Gto.
W. Morrow of Detroit, Michigan will
apeak on, "America's Opportunity at
Home and Overseas,
Evening Worship 730 P. m. An Il
lustrated sormon lecture on "China To
day". Mid. week prayer sorvlco Wednesday
I 7:30 p. m.
II. R. Fnusch 205.00
C. A. Waldo
Mrs. Mary Emcrton .
Chicago Lbr.'Co. B. II -I
Dr. H. S. Reed
O. J. Kailoy
Dr. E. D. Lciby
Geo. H. Ovcring
F. E. Maurcr
W. II. Lcetsch
Fanners' Union R. C.
Malono & Gellatly Co
No further business appearing tho
Board adjourned at 7 o'clock p. m.,
to meet Tuesday, April 11th.
B. F. TERRY
Wo do building from tho excavating to tho painting
complete. Wo will figure your jobs to furnish all mater
ials, or otherwise, to suit our customers. Wo do FRAME
BRICK and STUCCO work. Let us show you the differ
ence between good and inferior stucco.
We 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.
Shop first door north of Holland Hotel! Res. pliono 72N
Holsteins Make Good Record
Grace Homestead Johanna Fuync. n
Full Aged Uolstoln Cow, owned bv
Starko mothers of Red Cloud, Nebr.,
Is listed In the latest bullottn of "Re
ported Tests of Uolstoln Frie&ian
Cows" which lspubllbhcd by Malcolm
II. Gardner of Dohivnn, Vl8. Sho Is
reported ns having produced at tho ago
of five years, S'JOHO.l lbs. of milk and
703.80 lba. of butter fat, In 305 days,
equivalent to 002.2 lbs. of butter.
Starko Urothors have also two other
Ilolstcin cows listod In this bulletin.
Roso Oak De Kol Burke, at tho ago
of sovon years nnd cloven months, is
crodlted with a record of 20705.3 lbs, of
milk and 758.81 lbs. of butter fat, in 305
days, equivalent to U8 5 lbs. of butter,
Vaulluo Star Ormsby. is reported us
having produced in 305 days at tho ago
of threo years and ono month, 10301.1
lbs of milk and 031.35 lbs, of butter
fat, equivalent to 789.0 of batter.
The young man in love often goes into raptures about
"the blue of the sqa in her eyes and the golden haze of
autumn in her hair," but remember this, young man -SHE'LL
EAT jusl 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 flies out at the window.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiance, President Red Cloud, Nob. S. R. Florancc, Cathier tj
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
DtpotUi OuciranUtit by the DtpotUort Quarunty Fund of the State of XtbratUi
Are You Buying Dependable
That is The Kind We Sell
Malone - Gellatly Co.
Congregational Church Notes
Rov. Thompson la expeotedto preach
again Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
Rev. J. S. Dick of Lincoln will bo
hero April 17th and preach every oven
ng for one week,
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