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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1922)
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RED CLOl 1). NEBRASKA, JULY 13.
Grace Church Nr .as
Why Vear Under ycar ihti
Uncomfortable in Cut or Size?
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Have a Large Line of Underwear in
Ladies Knit Unionsuits
in sizes 36 to 50.
Infants in cotton or wool
Children's in all sizes from
2 to 14 years in nainsook
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Election Board for Rci Cloud
i to servo
The follmviii liavt- bif
Jltrigi'S II I'll C.cius of olccl
for iao ars:
U-il Cloud rrcnitistA , It Goth,
IlBlttM't 1 uoinrt"., Willis M. .ri-i, Law
rciifi- Piirco, Clia. Uii'im, It. E
Ilarus, tu'i. (niffetli, Lu .. Cnibill,
!! wrtil ,l. W. McCrar.ci si, Corric
Sliti-woofl. R. l. WcL'Siie.-, L I l'ulsl
pln?r. Gen Uluwot), Tony . ti ic, Wes
ley Tlirourttuurioii, 12 11 Ietvbouse,
,! vm,.. 11. J Ovorinj:, J W. Rob
er.oti, tu i. I'upe, W. A. Ma.vuiird, A,
B. McArllmi, W. (!. UnmlUon, A. D.
WoihIhii,, U i Shervof, I'. II.
with the waist and place J&k&-r-
for hose supporters.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
AGENTS "Ladies Home Journal Patterns"
"Warner Brothers Corsets,,.
FARM BURLMU ISVi2S '
(By County Agent Henry 1. Pausch.)
BARERItV i:?.ALi - A110N
T. . Eiadictuion- of the Br.rberry
plant has started in Webster county
J. L. Mooio o Stapleton and G. V.
Jonas of Fairbury representing the Do
partment of Agriculture started worit
Tltoy are making a house to house
campaign working out of Red Cloud
at t'ic present time. "When they ar
rive nt the farm on? of the men socs
to the occupant and explains their
m'ssion while the other makes a sur
vey of the place for barberry bushc-.
On r.iny days when the roads avo
impa.-saUc they will canvass the
Tie barberry bush was brought in
to this cction by nursery men selling
thfm for an ornamental shrub not
knoving a- thai time that they har
Tic ba: berry eradication in Ne
braska started in the northeast corner
of the state and working west and
.;outh. Webster county farmers wid
bo glad to bo ritl of this post as it will
mean t'.e elimination of one sou-cc
of nit infection.
Fnrine s would have chaned up the
plant themselves, but they don't know
what :t looks like. In their first
week's work they have found a num
ber of fa -ms having barberry. It will
take about a month to clean up the
Red Cloud, Neb.,
July C, R'22
Mayor Petoraon called the Council
together iti regular adjourned toesi in.
Members present, Amack, Crabill,
Hummel and Hoffnnn.
Minutes of June G, 1922 read and
Report of S. R. Florancc read and
oic'crcd placed on file.
The mayor made the following ap
pointments of power house employees,
which woo approved by the Counc":
W A. Patten, first engineer, salarj
S110.00 icr month; C. D. .Whitakci',
second engineer, salary ?83.00 pci
month; Bert Pcrry( third engineer,
salarj 70.00 per month.
The proposition for furnishing olcc-t'-ie
current for the village of Cowlcs
was laid on the table.
The Council insttuctcd the City
Clerk to notify the owners of vacant
lots to cut the weeds or the weeds
will bo cut by the city and expense
of same certified up to the property
The following applications for li
censes for hauling freight, etc., in the
city limits were granted: G. W.
Johnson, Monroe Meinte, J. G. Par
sons, Frank Peterson, Piatt & Frees,
Sam Mountford and Lew Simp?on.
Erickson and Wolfe were granted
license for hauling passengers.
John Sheets' application for n li
cense of hauling passengers wns re
Councilman Crabill, as chairman of
the Finance Committee, presented an
ntMmnfn f nvnnneAD -Tm. ftm 'nfn SO'r?
lf)b.Jllk.l wi vl"-.? -w b.tvf f v. vi-
and moved its adoption, which motion
The iv vp" i s for the city of Red
Cloud for t1 o voar ending May 1022,
we're submi' r- an shown by the City
Treasurer' si nual repot t, on file
with the Ci'v Clerk and the Council
instructed tlm City Clerk to have the
estimate pub'i-hed four weeks in the
On motion .he Council instructed
tlio Mayor , I Clerk to pay $2,000
and intercut n Klcctric Liglit Ordi
nance No. Gl
On motion the following claims
wore taken ' separately and allowed:
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A GENUINE COW HIDE LEATHER-BELT WITH SILVER NICKEL
INITIAL BUCKEL AT $1.00 OTHER BELTS AND BUCKLES UP TO
$7.50. WASHABLE WHITE LEATHER BELTS $1.00. A FULL LINE
OF "KUM-A-PART" CUFF BUTTONS, (A SNAP TO BUTTON 50c
$1.00 AND $1.50.
RITE-R1TE-THE NEW MECHANICAL PENCIL, EACH 10c. EXTRA
LEADS 15c PER DOZEN. LEADS FIT PAL, EVERSIIARP, AUTO
POINT, ETC. I
HOL-TITE SOFT COLLAR FASTENERS GOc.
E. H. Newhouse
THE GUMS YOU 0OW
1 Day Only
G. R. Beck, Will Hunt and L Bhly
attended .the ball gitmo at Iltistlugs
Wednesday afternoon. .
c h..c been very busy the past
four days printing ballots for the
piimury election and have had o y
it l tin. to work on t!.c pnpe. .i
week. The faamplo ballots will ap
pear in the Commercial Adverser
and Blue Hill Leader this week.
Lest You Forget
To Vote For a Dirt Farmer"
Progressive Candidate For
State Senator 27th Dist.
Primary July, 18th
Mrs. R. E. Williamson icturncd'to
her home in Denver Monday evening
on train 17 after spending the past
few days hero visiting with her son,
W. B. Smith. Her daughter, Mrs.
Louie Schttltz of Konesaw re u.-ned
with, her for a couple of weeks visit.
Brakcman C. E. Bourne of Hastings
is working on trains l and 11 In
place of Roy Cramer who has been
on this run for tho past couple of
years. Mr. Cramer goes to Republi
can City to take a run between hat
town and Oberlin, Kansas. Ho , in
tends moving his household goods to
Republican in a few days.
II. M. BcauT
C. R. Tiewis . .
S. It. Flerancv
Mr. M. A. Albright
American Inr. Co. .
Wqlwtor Coun v -
Grice & Grir
Leo ' McAvtlmr 1
Al Slaby .-..
Geo. Trine . .
Alex Writes er ,--
,C. F. Mt-KM-rhrn
Lew Simpson .
Frank Clauson .-.
A. B. McArlbur ,.i.:.....f.-
K. B. P inting Co. .
Midwest Elec. Co .-
States Elec. Co.,
Sinclair Rcfin. Co.,
Crane & Co
Korsmeyor Co r
General Elcc. Co. .. -Globe
Idcminity Co. .
I Sunday afternoon al the Starke
t field Bladen was defeated by Red
i Cloud by a score of G to 1. Tho local
.team did not play as good a game
as usual and tho Bladen tenm needs
several moro good players like Rus-
cho, who was on tho mound for them.
.Upland plays hero Sunday afternoon
and tho local boys expect to win this
Extra Special Attraction
Peter Pan in Jungle Land
I . BROS.
CLARISSA M. MAYNARD,
sorvices until further notlco.
Pnstor will bo nbsont for three or four
Congregational Church Notes
Sunday School at 10 a. tn.
Vreaablng f-orvlce at 11 a. nt.
Rev. Ludwlg Thomsun will conduct
Union florviutts ou the church lawn
In the ewninR. -
Verne Butler of Trentou Is spou'dlug
tho day here with his parents.
Positively The Only
Coming This Season
Tickets on Sale on Show Day at The Palace Bakery
at Same Prices Charged on Show Grounds
Think "Chief ' when you think '"printing"
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