The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, September 21, 1922, Image 2

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    RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CHIEF
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NEWS OF NEBRASKA
IN CONDENSED FORM
Recent Happenings in Nebraska
Given in Brief Items For
Busy Readers.
The state board of control Ih now
working 2(l." prisoners In the peni
tentiary sliirt factory.
The Postolllco depart incut announces
llteie are now 1,'M rural routes In
Nebraska with a mileage of .'11,028.
The dlsejvory of oil on the Kudolpli .
lladiiechel farm, near nioomllold, I,,lM ,
mused considerable Interest In that
vicinity ,
I'lillfii Lowlcn, HI, son of Mr. nml ,
Mrs. W. I.ewlen or umy uouicr, nun
his log broken while playing football
at school
'rim Midwest Manufacturing coin-'
pnn. Incorporated for $100,000, Is tho
latest addition to Fremont's list f
industries.
Two carloads of Chinese pheasants natn .'.',
lane been shipped out In the state m.iwi-h ..
by denize Koster, stale Kan"' iimll01;
llsh warden. nixon .'.'.
The Custer county tax levy for 1021! ; podm- ...
Is one-third less than that of UKM, gj!' ,;
which means a saving to the tuxpiiycrs-p.-Mhnorp".
iff more than $80,000. J J'!';''''"
Mrs. .1. 1'. (lewii, living near , ,.'Urilll; ..
Cunnvn. who was struck bv llistil litiifS Umko ....
while In bcil at her home I'Mting a !
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violent storm and lost ner power in '
i-peech, Is now able to whisper
The ignition by the exhaust gaso
line from a leaky tank started a blaze
which completely destroyed the auto
mobile belonging to Joe Miller at
Mavwood. The occupants of the car
. , , .
escaped uninjured.
Miss Frances .. lloblnson of Lincoln
has been appointed supreme receiver
of the. Ilojal Neighbors of America to
till the unexpired term niadu vacant
by Hip death of Dr. Minora G. Whit
more, Topekn, Ivans.
A coroner's Jury, Inquiring Into the
death of Miss Huth Ward, Lincoln
high bchool girl, killed when an .into
mobile which she was driving collided
with another car, hold that
mt the accl -
dent was unavoidable.
Mrs. l'at Convey, 102, who suffered
a fracture of her hip in a fall live
weeks ago, Is getting ulong nicely at
an Omaha hospital, where she be
moans the fate that keeps her from
getting up dally to go to chapel.
Citizens of southwestern Nebraska,
led by E. T. Heady of Culbortson,
IIUc sliirto.l u iiiovvmriit to re omii't
the famous Indian battle between the
Sioux and Creo Indiana at Massacre
Canyon, September 17, fifty years ago.
Miss Agues Pierce of Seward bus
been appointed to the office of county
treasurer to fill the vacancy caused
by the death of C. E. Morelleld, who
was holding that olllce at the time he
expired. Miss I'lerce Is tlio present
nominee for the place.
The display of the agricultural ex
tension service of the state university,
featuring the work of more than (1,000
boys and girls In Nebraska, belonging
to 015 clubs embracing every form
of agricultural activity, was the chief
attraction of the state fair.
The Pawnee Public Service club,
the local business men's organization,
and the American Legion post arc
working together for a home-coming
celebration to bo held In Pawnee City
this fall. It will probably lust three
days, one of which will be November
11, Armistice day.
A tract of land comprising about
t!,r00 acres, Including practically all
of the laud lying on both sides of
the Hurllngtou railroad tracks from
the Sarpy county line to a short lls
I n i ice north of Itcllevuc, has been
created a bird and wild life sanctuary
by the state agricultural department.
Suit for $fi.(MM) has been filed at
Falls City by Dr. Oorgo W. Heneker
In behalf of his daughter, Helen Huth,
against Philip Hermes for alleged In
juries received while skating In the
hitter's rink last December. The girl
claims that she was given a defective
pair of skates, causing her to trip
and fracture a leg in falling.
Nebraska can boast of having In her
domain five generations, all women,
three of whom were lorn In the state.
The oldt'st Is 01 and the youngest
two and one-half years. In Crete,
where Mrs. Martin Kupka, 01, home
steaded Till years ago, a celebratinn
was held last week In her honor. All
five generations and other relatives
and friends Blithered from all parts
of the state.
James S. Meek of Ll qoln, Is dead
us the result of a beet stroke suffered
while at a dining hall on the state
fair grounds.
An appeal from a verdict granting
fl(J,810 to John O'Hara, Omaha youth,
t against the Union Pacific Hallway Co.,
for loss of both eyes, while In tho
employ of ttye compuny, has been
filed In tho Nebraska supreme court
Attendance ut the Nebraska state
fair on the opening day, Sunday, was
10,200, the largest Sunday attendance
on record. Two thousand two hun
dred and seventy-two automobiles
passed through the gate.
According to reports received, dur
ing the years 11)23, 1021 and 1025,
Nebraska will recelvo a total of $0,
000,701 of federal aid' to be used In
roud construction.
The oxen which are to be used In
the production of "(Joronado In Qui
vera," at Omaha, .wero procured In
Winnipeg, Canada, and are splendid
hpeclmeiiH of the bovine family.
Fred Waechter, Northwestern shop
man at Fremont, Is exhibiting it 20
mark bill printed on chamois skin,
received from a coucln In Germany.
Its vnluo In American inohcv Is
nbpjit 10 conts.
TAX nEDUCTION8 DY COUNTIES.
Stato Commissioner Shows Result of
Decrease In State Levy
from 1921 Tax.
Lincoln. W. II. Osborne, Mule tux
commissioner, Iiiih propuri'il u stntls
(leal table showing reductions In
state taxes In every county of Ne
braska as n result of tin It.'t 1-.'l per
cent decrease In I ho state levy. Tho
table showing Hit1 iiinoiitit raised liy
the 11)121 levy ami (lie utiuiunt of tin1
11122 levy follows:
CoimlliH.
Ailaiim
Antolopu ...........
1922. 1921,
1 14.774- XJ6M76
80.71
130,059
iinnnor
8,820
8,r.72
15,863
12,763
110,189
50,892
05.159
38,217
177.957
156,433
172,711
191,658
207,579
31,018
112,081
102,735
114,033
139.857
193, t77
108,037
70,581
00,337
1I2.I0J
44,008
' 117.432
223,0 1 1
1,180,981
11.379
152,976
74.070
55,910
ninlno
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loyii '.'.'. '.'.'. ','.'.'. -i tlao.i
iirown 21,185
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lllltltr
iifi.or,2
Cunn tno.oir,
Cnlar 131,921
Chaw)
Cherry
71,(102
70,Ca2
07.067
flt.f.H'J
128,890
nr.,ocrt
i?3,ri2
is.nir,
9S.I28
29.701
7.I9I
1 1T.tlin
810,88.'!
2S.125
10,1,281
18,875
:iO,2IO
R9.U33
If. 1.9111
30,C:iH
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I&!l,.ll",:
85.0 10
212,135
4 1. 70S
25,592
41.210
20.S11
71,516
151,000
110,63,1
71.201
21,152
51.851
111 060
icons
89.151
148.IG9
03.883
80.00.
00.087
23.108
l'.1.2.r.O
160,222
508,043
117.453
16,795
11.861
182,239
10.135
105,272
02,193
80,224
117.881
119.618
188,903
97.312
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i mi nun .,
will llt'JM Il,.ill
Ill
11,2117
dosper 27,280
(Irani
L'1,191
dri-oley ..
Hall
Hamilton
llarliin ...
I lay oh ...
45.750
10(1,110
99,138
14.755
10,302
3 1. 390
7I.8JS
9.811
59,002
97.218
f.,-,537
57,160
89.030
13,835
43.10S
107,871
391.781
80,275
11,238
0.061
121,922
5.570
71.541
38,502
58.127
Hitchcock
""it
Hooker ....
llouutd ...
.ii-rfiTson ..
i i'",!""1?. '"
' icm, l .."j
, Koyn Palm
Kimball
Knox
Lancaster .
Lincoln ...
l.oRim . . . .
Loup
MaillRon ...
j "' 'tBon
MePhcrson
1 Morrill
I Nauru
i sSn ' WW.WWW'. 78",489
Otoo 15?2S4
77.909
Pnwneo 01,397
Purklmt .31,221
45.152
93,001)
131.209
208,091
122,687
70,031
168.399
2S.4C6
174. IDT
88,759
230,361
106.151
103,706
73.715
07.012
13,483
113,228
120,889
11.78
87.189
76.049
139,104
133,130
89.660
19,624
172.420
8.755
Phelps
02,120
I'lerco
81.957
141.915
82.405
1G.720
106,109
17.850
117.501
02,200
159,87.1
71.021
110,398
46,800
45,365
28,039
73.320
80,561
8,686
59,512
51,219
92.213
90.514
59,354
12.490
115,894
5.973
Plutto
Polk
Hcil Willow
lUclinnlHon .
Hock
Pnllnu .....
Sarpy
Saunders ...
KcottH Muff
Si: ward . ...
Sheridan ...,
Sherman ...,
Sioux
Stanton
Tlmyer
Thomas
Thurston ..
Vulley
Washington
Way no
Webster ....
Wheeler ....
York
Arthur
Totnl
J7.339.253 $10,930,007
Attendance at the Nebraska state
fair which closed Friday was 22:1.050
for tho six days or only 1,:1SI belo-v
tho mark of last year.
Twelve sacks of sugar consigned
to the Stevens Wholesale company
were stolen from a Hock Island car
In the yards nt Ileatrlce.
The geographical center of the stato
Is announced by the geodetic survey
as being ten miles northwest of Brok
en How, In Custer county.
Overeating of fruit and watermelon
was the cause of the death of Vernon
Tlchy, sou of Alvln Tlcliy of Niobrara,
according to physicians' decision.
A carload of Duroc Jersey hogs,
selected from leading herds of south
eastern Nebraska, has Jut been ship
ped from Tecumseh to California.
A hundred and forty-IHe new models
of automobiles, worth ?:i."0.000, took
part in an automobile parade at Lin
coln as a feature of the state fair.
The average age of Nebraskans at
death Is -lit eai, ,'t months and 21
days, according to statistics In tho
olllce of the state bureau cf health.
A threshing machine and three
stacks of grain on the farm of Charles
ltoeder, near Kenesaw, were destioyed
by lire while the crew was at dinner.
A stalk of cotton growing on tho
Delbert Urabliam farm west of Calla
way Is attracting considerable atten
tion. The cotton Is growing In the
garden and has been In bloom for
over a week.
Several hundred dollars worth of
goods wero stolen from the general
store of K. It. Llneweber at Kinney
by burglars, who carried It off In an
auto.
The Wymore schools opened last
week with the great st attendance In
the history of the schoo i, T.r0 pupils
being enrolled, 1!10 In senior high, 150
In Junior high and -170 In grndes.
Tho Superior cement plant has shut
down Its burning kilns as a result of
the railway and coal strikes, and It
Is feared that the plant may 'mve to
close down entirely unless conditions
Improve.
The southwest Nebiaska district fair
association will hold Its eighth an
nual fair at Mnywood tho week of
September 2."-2D. The association Is
compiised of members from the coun
ties, 1'help.i, Harlan, (iosper, Lincoln,
Furnas, lied Willow, itiiyes, Frontier,
Hitchcock, 1'erklns, Chase and Dundy.
All Irrigation ditches inking their
water from the North I'latte river,
whose priorities were dated subse
quent to ISO I, huve been ordered shut
down by the stale department of Irri
gation, because the lower part of tho
river, near North I'latte, has been
1 tpjlipleiely dry.
Illinois to Avenge the Massacre
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Determined effort, to punish the murderers of strip mlue wotkors at Ilerrln, III., has been undertaken by officials
of tho slnte, and the "Williamson county grand Jury has been Investigating the massacre. The Illustration shows the
court house at Marlon; at the left, State's Attorney Delos Duty, In charge of tho Inquiry, and nt the right, Circuit
Judge D. T. Hartwell, who gave Instructions to the grand Jury.
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Crop and Market Reports by Radiophone Only
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Tho United States Post Ofllec Department recently abandoned the' use of radio-telegraphy In sending out market
and crop reports, using the radio-telephone exclusively for this purpose. Farmers are thus enabled to receive the
reports In tho absence of knowledge of the dots and dashes common to rndlo-telegrnphy. The department's radio
phone uutllt Is here shown.
Young German Republic Celebrates
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President Kbert and Chancellor
of the rclchstag on the occasion of
Gemma Republic.
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This plain wooden cross upheld by a calm of small stones, on the desolate
and uninhabited Island of Smith Georgia, Just above the Antarctic circle, marks
tho lasUrestlug place of England's heroic explorer, Sir Ernest Shnckleton, who
died last year,
Wlrin. reviewing honor companies In front
the third unnlvcrsary of the birth of the
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MAKES RAIN FOR ITALY
Soon after Charles M. riatlleld, vho
claims to have brought relief to
drought sufferers In the United States
and Cnnnda, arrived In Italy on Invi
tation of tho government; copious
rains fell, to tho delight of tho inhab
itants. The government wants to buy
his secret.
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After months of waiting for tho ap
proval of congress, tho water has been
turned on In the beautiful DuPont
fountain at DuPon: circle In Washing
ton. This memorial to Admiral Du-,
Pont, a hero of Civil war fame, Is thoj
most beautiful fountain In the cnpltulr
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(Dy RtJV. P. H. FtTZWATKlt. D. D.,
Teacher of nngllsh lllblo In the Moody
Mule Insllttito of Chlcnco.)
Cotiyrlubt, 1922. Western Nnvupnper Union.
LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 24
REVIEW: THE EXILE AND THE
RESTORATION
niJVOTIONAl.. U13ADIKa-rs. CC:l-5,
1C-W.
CiOLDi:N TtCXT-The Lonl hath done.
Brent tiling for us: whereof we arc glad.
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PUIMAUY TOIMC-Sclected Stories Ho
tohl. JL'NIOU TOPlC-IIow God IlcHtorcd Ills
l'ertplc.
inti:kmi:i)iati: and hkniou topic
Lenders In the 1 tout oration of Israel,
VOL'NCJ PHOPLIC AND ADULT TOPIC
Lessons l'roin the Kxllo and Itetuin.
Two methods of review may be em
ployid to advantage.
1. Character Study. Assign the out
standing heroes of the quarter's les
sons to members of the class ami have
I hem to report. This assignment must
be made the week previous, e. g. Eze
kbl, the prophet of God; Daniel, tho
states-man; Ezra, the teacher of God's
word, ete.
2. Summary of Cont'.'iits. This Is n
good method at all times. It can ho
adapted to different rjindos. The fol
lowing Is a suggested method:
Lecson I. llct'oie Ezcklel was com
missioned as a prophet he was given
a vision of the Almighty. After that
he was given on experimental knowl
edge of Gol's word he ate the book
digested and nppropilatcd Its contents.
An experimental knowledge of God'!
word Is essential.
Lesson II. llecauso Daniel besought
the I.'ord he was able to make known
the king's dream and Interpret It. "If
any man lack wisdom, let him ask of
God (.las', 1:5).
Lesson III. While llelslni.zar and his
lords were engaged In drunken revelry
a .mysterious hand recirded Divine
Judgment. There Is n day coming
when men .shall be Judge.l. Happy Is
the man who has lied to Christ, for to
such there Is no Judgment (John .":2I).
Lesson IV. Daniel's sterling worth
brought him to the front he was ele
vated to be prime mbi'stcr of the Per
sian empire. Moved by Jealousy cer
tain wicked men plotted his downfall,
lteeniise of n llawiess record In busi
ness they trumped up a charge against
him n the ground of ht.s foreign re
ligion. Though the king executed the
foolish decree Daniel was delivered
and his aecuscrn were cast Into the den
of lions and destroyed.
Lesson V. Though Israel went Into
captivity as a chastisement of thu
Loril, In due time He recovered them.
God's covenant and Judgments nro
sure. He can move a heathen king to
freely fulfill Ills own gjod pleasures
and purpose.
Lesson VI. In the restoration of tlicr
people to their own land, the first thing:
necessary was the provision of a place
for the worship of God. As soon as
this work who begun, violent opposi
tion was in evidence. That which God
sets o.it to do shall bu completed,
though all hell oppose.
Lesson VII. Hamaii'n wicked plot
against the .lews was frustrated by
Esther's shrewdness and courage.
Those who plot against and hate God'.s
covenant people bhall be brought to de
struction. Lesson VIII. Through Zi'ruhbnhcl tho
people were hi ought hack and estab
lished In their own laud, but they had
goii Xar away from God. There was
now need of a religious leader. Ezra
was moved lj the Spirit .f God to lead
them back to fellowship. Ilecauso
Era (.'ought the Lord his way was
prospered. Success always conies to
tlioso who trust God.
Lesson IX. When Nehemlah heard
of tho distress of Ills brethren at .To
rusilcm, he took the matter to the
Lord In prayer. Their sorrow and dis
tress was Ids sorrow and distress. Is
any allllcted, let him pruy (.las. 5:l.'l).
Lesson X. When Nehemlah began
the rebuilding of the walls of Jeru
salem he encountered violent opposi
tion from without ami from within.
His faith In God moved him to go
straight on with the work and ho had
tho Joy of seeing the woik completed.
' Lesson XI. The method used In
bringing back the people to God was
the word of God. llccause God's word
was niado' plain to the people they
repented of their sins ahd rendered
obedience- to God.
Lesson XII. Mnluchl as an aid to
Nehemlah In effecting reforms pointed
cut the sins of the people, viz: Hiiro
Ingratitude, a corrupt priesthood,,
mixed marriages, robbing God by with
holding tithes, etc., policing to n day
of Judgment when righteous retribu
tion would be meted out to the wicked
and rewards would be given to tho
faithful.
Geolnnlng tho Day. I
If n'ny man will come after Mo, let
him deny himself, and tnke up his
cross, and follow Me. Pov whosoover
will save his life shall lose It and who
soever will lo'to his life for My sake
shall llnd It.
Sinn With Graco In Your Hearts, t
Let the word of Chi 1st dwell In you
richly In all wisdom; teaching and ad
rnnnlshlng one another In psalms qnd
hymns mid spiritual sougs, singing
with grace In your hcnits to tho Lord.
Colombians a:10. '
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