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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1922)
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AS TOLD TO ife u "a
Lloyd Hintcr qf Guide Rock was
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: nta u fa ri ii :!(
Enrl Pattarsfon'. of Harmony was
Vic Ander on of Cowles spent. Sat
urday in this city.
Grant Turner .was in Hasti;i?)i
The Aftern on Whiflt Club met with
Mrs. Ben McParland Tuesday.
Miss Goldie Fry loft the first of
the week for Lincoln to attend school.
Dclbcrt Moline was a passe-.ger to
Hastings Thursday morning on train
Miss Ethel Hilton was a passenBo
to Hardy Thursday morning on train
t Roy Gble returned home from
Hasting Tuesday morning en train
John Wolfe av..s u ,:.. . o .cr ir
Wymoyc Tue.;d.i" morn'nir c.x train
Mra. Risslc Ox rctu'-nn '. Satiir'ay
morning from a trip to Savannah,
Mtes Opal Wetimer was a pa sen
der tc Itnstiigs Thur.i'ay morning
on train No. 4.
Mr. a .d Mrs. C. U. Deck autoed
tc Kearney Tuesday to vis"l her broth
er, Earl Patten.
Mr. ad Mrs-. II. C. Gellatly and
tchili.4,1 iloei. 'IViankspvinp with
friends at Lincoln.
Trod Kobcrtsi of Fairbury spent
Sundny here with his brother Che tor
and wiie and friends.
Dr. K S. Ma-tin and Miss Rachel
Cowden attended the foot ball prune
at Lincoln Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Powell attend
ed the Nebraska Notre Danic frot b'll
game at Lincoln Thursday.
Several of the local foot ball fans
attended the games at Superior and
Lebanon Thanksgiving day.
Roaclmastcr P. Traut went to Or
leans Wednesday to attend to mat
ters in connection with his work.
Dr. E. D. Lciby departed Monday
for his home at Ft. Collins, Colorado ,
he having finished his work here.
Miss Nina Simmons went to York
Thursday morning to spend a couple
of days visiting wi'th her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Meridith IUitler of
Ilaatingl: flic it Sundny here w'th
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. E Rutler.
Isadorc Johnson returned homo
Friday evening from Lincoln where
lie spent Thanksgiving with friends.
Ross Raines and Miss Esther Kcev
er, both of Smith county. Kns-is were
married by Judge Rannoy Wednesday.
Frank Ellmger ent t 13 'isr
Sunday morning Lr spend a couple
of days attending to bu fiiess m tters.
rMrg. 0. H. Mincer wcrjt to Trenton
Friday morning oi train 15 to spend
a few days attending to business mat
Mra. Charles Turner left for Illinois
Monday morning where 'she will spend
a couple of weeks visiting with her
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Creighton re
turned home Friday after spending
Thanksgiving in Lincoln visiting with
The next mass meeting fi r the
Wabster county tax payers will bo
held at the court hou:e on Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Childrc s "and
children drove to Rluc Hill Sunday
nnrning to spend the day visiting
MjJ and Mrs,. Louie ;Schults .of
Kenesaw drove to this city Thursday
mmning to s-end the day visitinr
Miss Clm'st'.no Davis went to Su
perior Thursday morning on train 10
to pe-.d a cr;ple of tl.y; visiting
wi'.h le p.;rmt3.
Lee Trim:- nrr'.pd in the city S t
u-!ay evening after spendirg roverul
months working for a tclejdo e com
puny in KatiMif.
The Me lrdist Home Misskur-rv
entertained the In .vale So-
ciety on Tuesday, in the basement
of the church here.
Horn to Mr. and Mr . Dewey Sain
den on Sunday December 3rd a 5'.i
pou id girl at the home of it . grand
mother R. W. Koontz.
Robert Ho::sey spent Thanksgiving
day here vi.-iting his parents Dr.
and Mrs. R. P. Hoxscy, returning to
Hastings Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hewitt and child
ion drove to Republican Thursday
morning to spend the day visiting at
the home cf his brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Burden of
Wilcox spent Thanksgiving day here
visiting with his mother Mrs. J. A.
Burden and with other relatives.
Earl Patten who is attending the
state normal school at Kearney, suf
fered an attack of appendicitis and
underwent an operation this week.
J. A.' Lewis returned home Tuesday
from Strang where he has been for
the past few day.? visiting with friends
and attending to business matters.
John Ainell went to Orleans Thurs
day morning on No. 15 to spend the
day visiting with his mother, return
ing home on No. 15 Friday morning.
Attorney James Gilham went to
Hastings Tuc-day morning to spend
the day attending to legal business
maters, returning home that evening.
Mrs. C. II. Miner returned home
Tuesday morning from Trenton where
she went last wool: to spend a few
days attending tc business matters.
Nccrt-n-ry blanlts Iihvo been roelveil
by the locitl punt ofllco along wlthnultu
orlty to cenpt for tx''liiuiKe nd pay
ment, War HhvIiuh Certificates of the
Lost A buy's Mler ''Yankee Inger
ooll" watch and u small size gold watch
o'lrtln attached Lost Nov 18th about
3 ruilfs south of Red Cloud. Mrs. Anna
Eiistnci'', Ilcllaire, Kas.
Mr and Mrs. R. P. Wccsner and
brby returned home Friday from Lin
coln where they have been spending
the past few days visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mm. Guy Zciglor.
Mrs. Sa'ndcnion returned to her
homo at Lincoln Fridny morning nftcr
spending the pa t few days here
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ohas. Potter and with friends.
Mrs. Bran en Stewart and daughter
returned home Sunday evening on
tr.iin 17 from Lincoln where they
went 1 spend iriianlrjgiving with
her parents and with frient's.
Julius l'eirso, of the Jul'iis Penrsc
Firo Equipment Co. of Denver, Colo
rado spent Tuesday in this city at
tending tu bsines mutters going to J
H Idrogo Wednesday on train 4.
M;.vs W'llla LV.t'.i niriveJ here
i'nday evening from New Y,rk City
to f (.e ;d. a few daya visiting with iter
parcits, Mr. and M:s. C. F. Cuther
and wi'h other relatives and fnoiids.
Mr. r.iid Mrs. JJ. F. -Perry wuie
asengors to Omaha Monday morning
wheic they will spend a few dajs
isiting with friends and attending
U matters in en- nc-tion with his
The Community Chorus will ghe
their CTiristmas Cantata "Eternal
Light" at the Auditorium on Sunday
December 17th at 8 o'clock, under the
'jfde loader.hip of Miss Josephine
Mrs Irene Weisz of Chicago arrived
here Friday evening on train 11 to
spend a couple of weeks visiting with
her sisters Mrs. E. A. Creighton and
Mr.-. W. A. Sherwood and with other
Six carloads of hogs and one cai
load rf cattle comprised the stcck
loaded out of this point Sunday morn
ing for the Kansas City market.
total of ono hundred and fifteen cars
of stock passed through for the Mis
souri river markets.
County Survey r George Over'ng
went to Omaha Monday morning or
tr .in 4 where he will spend a few
days ,V tending to business matters.
Ot D. Hedge went to L'neoln F'
day morning after spending the pat
few days here visit'ng with his fam
ily a id attondi''- to bu iness matters.
YOUR furs should tin ciitrustt'd
to our dry isU-Biilng'' export.
Do not trust thorn In any but
unpublo liandh booniiso of tludr
If your winter cott nei'ds humm
ing or cleaning lot. us ond for It
Dainty Dorothy s:ijh sho hns
found out that wo uroto b ile.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gilham anci
liildrcn drove hero from their home
;.t Holbtein Thus-iay morning to
spend the day visiting with his par
Fred Roberts returned to his homo
at Fairbury Tuesday nnrning on
train G after spending the past few
days here visiting with relatives and
j Mr. and Mrs. 0. Martinson went
'to Norton, Kansas, Tuesday morning
'n train 15 where they will spend a
.ow day. visiting with relatives and
Mrs. Ray Sutton and children re
turned home Sunday morning on train
16 from Oxford where she has been
for the prst few days visiting with
The state meeting of tax payers
will ba called in Hastings ncxl Mon
day December 11th, at2:3() p. m. at
the Clarke hotel. Everybody should
plan to attend.
Herb Ludlow returned home Fri
day evening on train 11 from L'neoln
whero he lu.d been attending the
Notre Dome Nebraska foot ball game
Call and see- mo if you want a farm
Oiiu at i ioiucq I rnti-nf iutorct itnd
licit . option. Loans c'o-od imini.Mil
ately with no delay or expense for p.v
J. II. UAIMiY.
The regular annual meeting of the
Itad Cloud Farmers Union Local will
bo held Thursday evening, Deo. 14 at 7
o'clock at the Union Store to elect
oflleers for the coming year and select
delegate to the state convention at
Omaha. At 7:15 the Local will give a
program and oyster supper at the I. O,
O. F. hall. Rev. I. W. Edson will speak
on school problems and H. J. Kcem y
of Cowles will give uu account of b s
trip us State Delegate to the National
Convention at Leesburg, Va All mem
bers uro urged to bo prcr-mit and imm
bors of other locals are also invited.
A. H. l'ulrce, President.
State Banks Will be Assessed
For Nearly a Million
Another special ussessmont of $3(W,
0 JO to $000,000 will be necessary about
thf ilrst of Jaiuiniy lo loplcuinh tho
statu hank guaranty fund anil tiring it
up to tho minimum of 1 pur cent of
average duposib loi'uho preecdiu six
moiitlis, as required by law. This will
be in addition to the regular assess
ment due January 1, nniouuiiiig to
Tho fund has again bcuoiiie seri
ously depleted by being drawn mpou
several times recently for payment
of depositor in failed bunks. At
present tho balance is about 5lf'0O.
000. This is a million dollars less
than the legal requirement of 1 per
cent on deposits The guaranty law
makes it mandatory on tho state
banking buioau to levy special as
schhineuts when necessary to bring up
tho amount, on hand to that llgurfc.
Within tho past two years, four spec
ial assessments have been made nggro
gating 32,500,000 or more, and the ono
now in prospect will raise the total to
at least $3,300,000. This is in addition
to whut the banks arc required to sot
hsidu as regular assessments every bix
in nulls, at the rato of one.twentleth
of 1 per cent of deposits
A draft of 15.f p(cr cent is just being
miduon the guuranty fund to pay
5235,000 of depositors' accounts in the
insolvent Homer Stato Uunk. It was
precedod a woek ngo by another draft
of 1,0 per cent, totaling $30,(100, for
payment of depositors in tho Ejidlcott
Deposit liabilities of otiun- state
banks aro still to bu met out, ot tho
gnaianty fund for a gross soni obtL
mated at $l,7l)0,COO. TIib lutt full
uro wns that of the OitlzeiW .Stato
bank at Kimball, a few days ngo, and
8100,000 to 50U,000 will have to lo
drawn out of the guaranty rui d lo pay
its deposltors.-Satutduy Lincoln Star.
FARM BUREAU NOTES
(By II R Ifauach, County Agent.)
Butchcr'.ng, sonp making and meat
canning demon -t'mtfon Tuesday, Dcc
ember 12th at 1 p. m. at tho farm of
Eddie Ohmstcdc south west of Guide
Rock. M. B. Posson, specialist ii
Animal Husbundry, will demonstrate
meat cutting and butchering. Miss
Floranco Attwood, specialist In Foods
and Nutri'ijii will demonstrate meat
canning and toap making.
Wednesday, December 13th at the
farm of Henry Stumpcnhorst south
west of Blue HiB the same demon
stratir-n will be given.
Everybody i.itercstcd in the above
demonstrations should plan to attend.
MEETING OF WOMEN'S CLUBS
Tuesday, November 28th as re
ported by J. W. Lipi incett, secretary.
Tho meeting wn.i called to order
by Mr. F. tiscli, the c unity r.gc it.
Mrs. H. E. Thomas was chosen tern
Yt-.o puiposo of the meeting was
explained by Mr.Fuu ch. He I' en
ntrodured Miss Stella M Uhcr, Horn
lemonBtratiui Leade1, fruit the V. .
ten ion Serico at Lincol i vh took
ch rgo of the meeting, c cck-i g up
i n thj extension work which hal Uo .
ihno and deaci'ibirg woik which w.i
aAailaMe f.r the futui-e. The follow
Jug organlssati it; reported their num
ber 'of reprcsci.tativcB, their nvni' o -ship
and what pWases of the cli-thiiic
program they had finished, otc.
A brief summary of ti e.CIub !: a
follows: 11 clubs organi'cd, repres
o Natives jnesent at meeting 31, toU.l
membership 107, total number of
dress forms made; 107. toL.l numbe
of short cut; finished 20.
Since each organization must have
ten women with drcsi forms and ten
women who have learned ti use their
sewing machine attachments and
ether short cuts in sewing before
they arc qualified to send delegates
to a die s construction or millinery
school, it was voted to ask for tho
clothing specialist in January to meet
with grcups who had not yet had the
sewing machine attachment demon
stration. This would then enable all
groups to get ready for a dress con
struction or millinery school in
Keports were then made icf the
different groups using the monthly
lessons sent out by the Extension
Service "forWomen's, Clubs. Those
who Had not yot(mado u0 of these
decided to Jtry them the first of the
year. The c "meeting then adjourned
until 1 p. m.
Mr. Fausch again called the meet
ing to orde'r and asked Mrs. Max
Mizor to report on the value of cloth
ing clubs tb girls. Mrs. Mizcr told
of the work done by the Red Cloud
Girls' Sewing Club and said that it
was of value not only to the girls
who did the work but also to the
local leader. Mr. Fausch also spoke
very highly of the work done by these
The question of an organization of
the women of the county was then
discussed and resulted in the organi
zation of the Homo Department oi
the Farm Bureau. Mrs. W. H.
Thomas, of Red Cloud was elected
president, Mrs. Chas Arnold cf Ina
ale, vice president and Mrs. J. W.
Lippincolt of the Garfield Willing
Workers Clurj ccrctary. The organi
sation voted to meet twice a year
in June and at the time of the annual
F.irm Bureau meeting.
Miss Mather suggested that a con
stitution be t-ubmittod to the different
organizations f..r their approval.
This was carried.
The matter of electing a Farm
Bureau delegate to the annual meet
ing of Organized Agriculture which
meos in Lincoln January 2nd to 5th
was then taken up and Mrs, II. E.
Thomas was elected delegate and Mrr.
Oliver McNutt her alternate.
Other phases of an extension pro
gram were considered and it was
voted to ask for Miss Brown v tome
one else from the Club office to spend
four day;j in 'the county with groups
who wished to '.organize boys and
The fourth week in March was re
quested for this week. Miss Mnthei
emphasized the need of some pharc
of bos and girls club work in every
Miss Attwood the Nutrition
spccialiat wa3 requested for the meat
caning and soap making work in Dec
ember nnd for the vegetables and
fruit budget work in April or May.
'ITo health conference held in Gar
field was discussed but nothing defi
nite wai decided in tho matter of
further health work.
Meeting was adjourned nibject to
call of the president.
Grace Church Notes
There's Econonny For o$fi
In Wearing Better Clothes
Good clothes not only make you look better and $
take greater pride in yourself. They save you '
money too "that's the kind of service we offer
you. A service that considers you first. Sec
our Hart Schaffncr& Marx's suits and overcoats
$30.00 to $40.00
Wonderful Line of all Wool Overcoats
Just came in $22.50.
SEE US FOR Sweaters, Underwear,
Shoes and Caps.
We Save You Money
Wo G, Hamilton Clothing Co.
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A TVIerry (Christmas
IT IS TIME lo buy your presents nnd we c.m show you
a line display of gifts.
Parisian Ivory Goods
in Manicure Toilet Sets. Brushes. Combs, Mirrors, and
many novelties. A large selection of Books for old and
The finest in the land in beautiful packages
We invite you to visit us.
CHAS. L. C0TTING, The P"'"
Cheerful acceptance of orders
over the phone or in person and
Prompt Delivery are two of the
reasons that our store has such a
Another is that our Groceries arc always fresh,
pure and wholesome and our prices most reas
onable. May we have the pleasure of a visit
or call from you to-day V
Pe A. Wiiilbrandt
Groceries and Qucensware
Hi'cond Sundny in Advent.
Siiniliiy Si'liool ui ID u. in,
Moniifip .Strvlco ill 1 1 11. m.
I'.vrulni; Hoivleti ill 7:1)0 p, rn.
You are all wuicomo.
Our Printing is
Clean cut and snappy.
We know just how to handlo type
to get the most attractive display
and the best results.
Need stationery - - bill heads - - Book
lets - - hand bills of any kind? Phone us.
Double quick service - - A No. I quality,
No job too large or too small for
us to print.
The Red Cloud Chief
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