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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1922)
1XD CLOUD, 'ilEBRABKA, OHUT ""l
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Harness and leather goods of all kinds oiled and repaired
Rebuilding and repairing automobile tops a specialty.
J. 0. BLUER
Greater Than Riches
A good healthy body is more to be desired
than all the wealth of the world. Good health
assures a clear mind, inspires energy, ambiton
m anu worKing emcicncy.
3 The Food We Eat Is Important
The careful housewiic will secure only tnc
highest grade groceries and foodstuffs to safeguard
the health of the family.
Our Goods Are The Highest Quality
Selected to give our patrons the best goods
v obtainable at prices as low as it is possible to
', make them.
This Store Will Help You
In the practice of consistent economy and give
you full value for ever dollar you spend here.
P. A. Wullbrandt
' Groceries and Queenswore
on Knobs and Handles'
the Mark of Genuine
For Sale by
Franklin's Love tor Dooks.
Itcnjiinilii FninUlIn hiid nn overpow
ering desire a dcblro which gripped
him to tho end of hls'llfe, nnd to which
lio gave himself over without stint.
That was n .deslro for hooks. Ho read
omnlvorously, If you know what that
means and If you don't, look It up In
jtlio dictionary, llu stole tiuio from his
'work nnd piny, and lelsuie, nnd nor-
eunded his fellow apprentices to illch
books for him from their master's
f Ills first literary adventure wns Into
Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress," and It
was followed by every other hook he
could lay hold of. Of course his field
was limited. In those ancient days lit
tle was published In Boston other than
fcermons, essays, political pnmphlets and
learned treatise?. 'But Franklin didn't
enro whether they wero Interesting or
not. What ho was concerned with was
jnnttcr for rending. Ho wanted to learn
ntho langungo. Ho desired to wrlto It
nnd Bpenk It more effectively thun any
man of his time, nnd ho certainly at
tained a rank with tho finest of them.
An Unlucky Citizen.
"He's so unlucky," Mild the Blllvlllc
citizen, "that of his hoiiMs wuz tor
ketch lire, ho'd lose hU life tryln to
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"Universal" utensils are seam
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A ronuirluiufi' ... !'rtlon of pictures,
which will ho more hlgluj ,:risyd ns
years go by, Is tho series of Amerlcifn
aeronautical photographs which ex
Major Ernest Jones, arnjy air service,
has gathered during his 15 years In
this work. They cover the develop
ment of aeronautics, particularly avia
tion, from 1803 to 1017. Tho 3.S00
photographs visualize tho successive
Mops made by tho Wright brothers,
Curtlss, Thomas, WIttenian and other
pioneers in this country. Somo of
theso aro tho only pictures In ex
Istanco of certain machines nnd
events. "It Is probable," says United
States Air Service, "that this Is tho
most completo collection of air photo
graphs In America." Exchnnge.
Preservation of foods In tho homo
by dehydration has been mndo possi
ble, says Populnr Mechnnlcs Magazine,
by tho production of nn ovcnliko ar
rangement manufactured by a New
1'ork company. In operating, a num
ber of trnjs containing tho food to
bo dehydrated, aro placed In tho ap
paratus ,h)lo underneath the'so Is n
pan, or -hunihjtller, having u certain
amount of water tu It, and which has
been previously 1 en ted to the proper
tempt raturi. '
rHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAT
Kntorcd In the I'oitofflcc nt Itcd Cloud. Nob
as Second Claw Matter'
A. B. MoARTflUR.'.Edltor und Owner
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
Local, ' 10 & 12K
Flvo Dollars will bo charged for nil
parties announcing their candidacy for
nfllco in this column, whether Demo,
crnt or Kepablicnn, and will be run
until the Primary Election in July.
I hereby announco myself nsa candi
date, for the nomination for Sheriff of
Webster County, at the Primary, July
18, 1022, subject to the will of tho Re
publican voters of Webster county.
' 1 hereby announco mysolf asacandi
data for the nomination for Sheriff of
Webster County subject to tho will of
tho voters of the Democratic party at
tho Primary election, July 18, 1022.
I hereby announce myself as n candi
dato for tho nomination for Sheriff of
Webster County, at tho Primary, July
18, 1022, subject to tho will of the Re
publican voters of Wobstor county.
N. P. PHILLIPS.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for re-election to tho oillco of
County Sheriff of Webstor county, sub
Juct to the will of tho Democratic vot
erb, at the prhnnry election, July IB,
1022. FRANK IlUFFEtt.
1 hereby announce mysolf as a candi
date for tho nomination for ShorliT of
Wobstor County subject to tho will of
tho Republican votors at tho Primary,
July 18, 1922. FRED HEDGE.
For County Clerk
I hereby announce mysolf us a candi
date, far the nomination for County
Clork of Webster County, at tho pri
mary, July 18, 1022, subject to the will
of.tho voters of tho Democrat party.
11. F. PERRY.
Thereby announce myself ns a candi
date, for the nomination for County
Clork of Webster County, at tho pri
mary, July 18, 1922, subject to tho wjll
of the voters of tho Republican pnrty.
ELMER K. SIMONfcJ
For County Treasurer
I hereby announce myself as a candi
dato for the nomination for County
Treaburer of Webster County Mibjeot
to tho will of the voters of tho Repub
lican party nt tho Primary election,
July 18, 1922.
MRS. HAZEL POWELL.
I hereby announcu. myself nsil candi
date for tho nomination "of County
Tiensurer of Webster County subject
to tho voters of tho Democratic ticket
at tho Primary oleetion, July 18th
A. V. DUCKIJR
I hereby announce myself tisncuidl.
rlutu for tho nomination for County
Ttensurcrof Webster County subject
to tho will of the votcts of the Repub
lican ticket ut tho Primary oleetion
MRS. CLARA E. WALKER.
I hoieby nnuouncc myself as a candi
date for the nomination for County
Treasurer of Webster County subject
to tho will of the voters of the Repub
llonn party at tho Pilmary, July 18,
CHAS. C. BENNETT, Cowles, Nebr.
1 hereby announco mysolf nsa cnndl
dato for the ofllce of County Treasurer
of Webster County, subject to the will
of tho Republican voters nt the ptl
ranry election, July 18, lOS'J.
l E HRITTON, Bluo Hill, Nebr.
For County Superintendent
1 hereby announco myself ns a candi
dato for rcnomlnatlon for County Sup
orlntoudcnt of Schools on tho Non
Political ticket at tho Primary election
July 18th. ESTELLE E.;DUCKER.
Several valuable dogs in tho com
munlty have been poisoned recently,
evidently by some Individual with a
degenerate mind who appears to get
satisfaction in seeing some child grieve
over the death of its pot dog. An effort
should bo made to apprehend this
party with the dog-kllltng mania, for
any person whose senses are eo badly
warped ns to get any pleasuro out of
an inhumnno praotlco like this is n
mennco to tho community an 1 should
I 0 bo let run at largo.
Tho announcement of F E. Ilrltton,
of Blue Hill, who Is aspiring for tho
nomination of County Treasurer on
Wit?, ' tiw
the Republican ticket appears in our
political column this weelc. For sever
al years he lias been cashier of the
Commercial Bank at Blue Hill and is
also city clerk of that place. His many
years of book keeping experience mak
es him a oapablo candidate for tho
ofllco and no doubt he will got n largo
voto nt tho primary.
Chas. C. Uonnett, of Cowlss, filed
Wednesday for the nomination of
County Treasurer on the Republican
ticket. He has been cngnged In busi
ness at Cowlen at different times for
tho past several years nnd is well
qualified for clerical woik such as
would bo necessary in tho perform
nnco of the duties of county treasurer.
His many friends are pleased to learn
of his announcement
The fourth day of March was the
first anniversary of the Harding ad
ministration, whereas several Old
Guard Republicans made frankable
speeches, for campaign distribution, in
which the "achievements" were prop
erly catalogued and commended.
There wore democratic rejoinders,
of course, and for the same purpose.
One of these, that of Congressman
Thomas of Kentucky contained a
poem as follows:
Harding is now my shepherd, and I
am in want.
He makctli me to lie down on park
Ho lcadcth me beside the free 3oup
He rcstoroth my doubt in the Republi
lip lcadcth me in the path of destitu
tion for his party's sake,
Yea, though I walk through the valley
of tho shadow of starvation,
I do fear evil, for thou art against
Thy policies and the profiteers they
Thou prcparcth a reduction in wages
before mo in the presence of mine
Thou anointcst my income with taxes,
my expenses runneth over my in
come. Surely poverty and unemployment
will follow me all the days of this
Ann i win tiwcn in a rcntcu jiouso tor-
ever. Tho Scnrchlierht.
A NewWay to Save
The new U. S -M porcent Treusnry
Savings Certificate offer nn unusual nt
tractive opportunity for systematic
saving. A fow of tho many advantages
of these certificates are: Liberal intor
ost, nbsolute security, payment on de
mand. No red tape necessary In mak
ing your purchase.
These certificates may bo redeemed
befoic maturity nt redemption pi ices
which lucioaso from month to montb,
yeildlng about 'Mi percent interes'.
The purchase price of theso certificates
Is: 520. SS0, SSf'O. In only five yenis
tho 820 I ocomes S25, fSO beccmes 810',
5800 becomes S1000, 23 pet cent in 5 yrs
4Jij pcicent per yenr. Certificates mny
be pin chased nt your locnl Post Office.
In The District Court of
Webster County, Nebraska.
In Tho Matter of the Application of
.Myrtle A. Putnam, Administratrix of
tho Estate of NeWell C. Putnam, De
ceased, for Leave to Sell lloal Estate.
Notice is hereby given that, In pur J
suance of an order of Hon. Lewis II,
Rlaokledgc, Judge of tho District
Court of Webster County, Nebraska,
mnde on the COth day of March, 1922,
for tho sale of the real cstato herein
after described, there will bo sold at
public vendue to tho highest bidder
for cash, nt the south door of tho court
house in the City of Red Cloud, in said
County on tho 24th day of April, 1922,
at tho hour of two P. M., tho following
described real estntc:
The Northwest Quarter of Section
20, Town 3, llango 10 in Wobster Coun
ty, Nobrnska. Said salo will remain
open ono hour
Dated this 22nd day of March, 1022.
Myrtle A. Putnam
Administratrix of tho estate
of Newell C. Putnam, Deceased,
Costs Money to Run Hotel.
Twenty-two thousnnd dollnrs' worth
Is n lot of pants pressing, but that's
what the annual statement of a lead
ing Chicago hotel put before the board
of directors, showed as ono operntlng
Item. There wero soft drinks nnd oth
er beverages listed at 930,510.70; bar
ber "and boots, $10,714.50; laundry,
$10,013.10, and telephono calls $37,-
452.00. Those wero Just the fow little
things. The hotel Itself took In $1,
157,834.50, and the restaurants $1,115,-
831.01. Tho grand total, under tho
earnings tUlo amounts up to $2,400,
421.20. Against the gross Incomo the
balanco bheet shows expensesof $2,
424,031.01, a superllclal loss of $21,
213.71. While crossing the street at the
Library Thursday cvoning, Ed Feavn
was considerably bruised up by one
of the Frank Seibcrt's boys who iin
over him with an automobile.
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The Red Cloud Chief
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bell 1 74.
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Niggerhead Maitland lU
Routt County Lump
We sell for cash that's
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that is v why we want to sell you a
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to It will pay you in cream saved from $3 to $5 a cow every
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