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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1922)
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AS TOLO TO US
r Everett Dean was. down from Inn
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,Thad Sanndoivf of (Jampbell was in
jftjln Rocr,f Blue liill was in the
Fred Fuller; was d vn from Oowlcs
Miy. J. V. Linn was a passenger
to Superior Friday morning.
Ilev. D. Fitzgerald was a passenger
to Superior Saturday morning.
Chas. Shultz was a pasonger to
Superior Sunday morning on train 1G.
Lee R. Walker was a pa cnger to
Superior Sunday morning on train 16.
'Judge Blacklcdge is holding an
equity term ctf di trict couit he.e this
Rev. Kiik of Shelton has been here
for the past few das visiting with
Alfred Phillips was a passenger to
Council Bluffs Iowa, Monday morn
ing on tiam !.
Mr. and Mrs. V. I. (li lives spent
Sunday with Mr. and M":s. Claude
Clonley at Inavalc.
H. E. Hall went to Hastings Monday
morning to spend the d ly attending
to busino mattcsr.
A. J. Gordon went to Kansas City
Sunday morning in charge of- the'
h-tock shipped from here.
Mns. Al Slaby went to Oowles Sat
urday morning on train 4 to spend
the day visiting with friends.
Dan Garber, George Amack and A.
B. Pierce attended the tax payer
convention at Hastings Monday.
Wi'liam. L. Davilin and Lena L.
Pi'yne, both of Blair Kansas, were
married by Judge Ranney Tuesday.
Elmer L. Tallnvui and Opal G.
Morgan of Smith Center, Kansas were
married by Judge Ranney Tuesday.
Mrs. W. I. Graves departed Monday
"morning .for Kansas City where 'She
will spend the balance of the winter.
,Vj Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Powell spent,
Sunday afternoon with her b. other.
B. C. Robinson and wife at Superior,
B. C. Burden of Wilcox was in the
city Tuesday and while here purchas'
cd a new Ford cf Smith Bros. & Cop
Erne t H. Tallman and Anne E.
Morgan, both of Smith Ocnter, Kan
sas, were married by Judge Ranney
Mi. nnd Mrs. C. D. Robinson and
family drove through to Lincoln Fri
day, where they -will make their fut
Omar Wolfe arived here Sunday
morning from McCJook to spend the
day with friends returning on No. 17
J. H.. Bailey went to St Joseph
Thursday morning on train 16 to
spend a few d.ys attending to busi
'ifS HlMTEft STORING
has flattened out tbe surfnooof your
volvet suit, but our -steaming pre
OC98 will make tbe. pile stand up
again and It will look as good as. 1
the day you first donned it -v-Jigbur
dry. cleaning methods are
KJeatlfloaBcpfreot nd oar steam
ing and pressing Is done in a saai
tary manner. Dainty Dorothy aars
i your wardrobe noeJs ouf attention.
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W, O, Hamilton returned home tills
morutatf (roui liutihaf Citj-.
Ben Copley la on thu blult llt this
week, ho having strained hU back
wliiio helping unload a car of Folds.
Attorney Bernard McNcny went to
Lincoln Thursday morning to spend
a couple ctf days attending to busi
no s' matters. I
J. E. Yost shipped two cars ot
cattle to the Omaha market Wednes
day afternoon. He went in charge of
Mm. .Sarah Stewart anived here
Thursday from N" rton, Kansas for a
visit at the homo of her daughter,
Mis John Royal.
. ThB"' fourteen year old son of Mr.
and Mr. Walter Lockhart had the
misfortune to fall ofT a hotse and
breakdh leg Tuesday.
John McGuire of Bird Oity, Kan as
has been here for the past few' days
attending to business Jmattd s and
visiting with relatives.
Clarence Kizer went to Denver Fri
day morning on train 15 whore he
will spend a copulc of weeks vl iting
with hit wife and with friends.
Ed McAllister icturncd to his home
a. Beatrice Frilay morning on tiain
16 after spending the past week heio
attending to busi icss matteis.
Kenneth At bolt of Martinvillc,
Indiana, went to lit iianapolis, Thurs
day morning after visiting here for
the past few weeks with relatives.
Mrs. Norris arrived here from Om
aha Wednesday evening on train 11
for a copule of weeks vhit at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Everett
Herb Ludlow, Oliver Powell, W.
G. Hamilton and M. A. Mercer at
tended the Lincoln vs Kearney high
.school foot ball game at the latter
Mr. and Mrs. John Royal were- pas
sengers to Mountain Grove, Missouri,
Sunday morning onjtrain No 14 where
they will spend a few days visiting
with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. .Bush returned
heme Wednesday evening from
Leavenwoth, Kansas whe.e they went
the first of the week t vl it with
his sister and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. If. A. Roats tind baby
returned ;itb their home in Detroit,
Michigan... Saturday morning after
speeding "tlfe past 'couple 'of months
here visiting, with relative. r.
George Hart, traveling fi eight and
pasrenger agent for the Burlington
lrom Boatnce ient .se,voral hours
in this city Friday attending to mat
ters in connection with his work.
John Schmidt, special agent for the
Burlingt:n from Wymo:e, spent a few
hours in this city Friday morning at
tending to matters in connection with
his work, going to Ha tings on train 4.
The Star ot Hope a beiiutifulaiid ap
propriate CluUtimts neivioe will begiv
en tty the Baptibt Sunday School at
t ic cbuieh Sunday evening, the tilth.
All who wish to come ate cindlally ii.
Mr. and Mrs. Poulton left for their
home in Denver, Colorado Saturday
evening on train 17 after spending
the past few weeks here. Mr. Poulton
has been working for the Builington
n this point.
There weie four cars o'f hogs and
one car of cattle shipped to Kansas
City from here Sunday morning. A
total of one hundred and twenty cars
of stock, handled in three trains, com
prised the stock run through here
in ' -
., Aviegular communication of Oharity
WdJfcA. F. & A. M. is to be held
Friday' evening, with work in Fellow
Craft degree. Officers and members
areroquostod to be-preseht no that
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n iu muuiiiiK tan uuk'II 14ViJ,Hli Mb
r.ov as jc is exneciea-tnat them win
bo three candidates. W. D. Edson,
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Howard Hunt of IUverlon, a broth
erof W. A. Hunt, haa purchased an
interest in the latterk barber shop,
and ia now staticned at a chair there.
Howard was a wireless operator "in
the navy and haa installed a radio in
in the shop, which will please the cus-
tomors very much instead of having
t listen to stories of the range etc.
Call ami soVme' If you want a form
oan at a lodiieo l;riHc of interest and
best option. Loans closed iinmedi
a nly within o delay or expense for- ex.
if ,111 nifii
Grace Church Note
Third Siindny In Advent
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Morning SijrvloB ai$ I h. m. Sermon
by Rev. J. M. Butt's.
No evening oervloo.
District Court Proceedings.
Judge L. I). Vttnckledyo held a term
of Equity Court bcglnnilig lant Mon
day and closing Inst ulght. The fol.
lowing Is a list of casus dlHpnsod of:
State of Nebraska vs Silas Onigert,
Sentence suspended, lltuilc I parole
Sutton AShlpinun is Clyde Wolfe,
jury waived, trlnl to the eoitit. Judg
ment for plaintiffs for i87 75.
John Elliott, vs WilllHin liu'shell,
silo confirmed, deed ordered.
Floyd Uhnpln vs Mnry X. Clnipln ct
nl, sale confirmed, deed ordurul.
Dentinn Meieintili Co. vs Herman
tierlolV. judgment for plHlntllV for $11).
80.1 James Peterson vs Ilutvin Dunbar,
Judgment for platntifT.
Grace Baker vs Joseph D. Il.iUor, Di
v.iree for plaint!!!.
Lizzie Wilson vs George W. Wolf et
nl, Deereo of Foreclosure.
In tho Matter of tin Issuance of
Funding Hoods of the City of Red
Cloud, Judgment on Muudite of Su
pn me Com t.
Fied (Soil v.s.lohn F. Gestriug, Jiulg
nifiit for attachment SSli-.
Bt'St-ie Thompson vs Guv M. Thoaip.
son, Trial to the com I, Couit lakes the
easu under advisement for six months
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of Webster Coun
In the' Matter of the E-tale of John
C. Wilson Deceased.
Creditors of Said Estate will talio
Notice, that tho time limited for pres
entation Htid Ullng of claims against
said estate Is March 21st, 102.' J, and for
the payment of debts is November 24,
lUC'I, that I will sit at the county court
room in said county on the 23.1 day of
December, 102", to examine, bear and
allow all claims duly filed which are a
first or second lien upon said estate,
and on the 21th day or March, 1023'- to
examine, hear, allow and adjust all
clalmsand objections of general credit
ors duly filed.
Diited this 28th dav of November,
(Seal)... A D(RNNRY
a. true copy.
jk otiiity Jiidga
MrefLucy gilow shelled oocnMoi
day. , ,t't ', ,,, ,..'
Mm. B. JE?li?purrlc'r' and' daughter
Mrs. Melba 'Abbott, visited ' Mrs.1 &,
Hurlburt one dtiy last week.
' Newell Marrott and wife and D, K
Grewell and family spent Tuesday
evening at the E, E. Spurrier home.
Mrs. HoytLull and dauRbters Lota
and Opal spent Suudtty with her broth
er Eirl Abbuttnnd wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Liinuigan ate
fie proud pirents of an eight pound
baby girl, dutliiK from Saturday the Olh.
Mr Ilex Rellhan is staying tL3
week with In r parents Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Spun ler and wife have moved
to Gnodlaud, Kits,, and Austin Spuir
icr is batchiiiK on the hojic place.
At l Christmas Part.
The who hosiers wishes to prevent
her young guests from pairing oft and
remaining with their escorts the entire
evening. To change partners In a
novel and entertaining way In the
course of the evening, bare ready a
circle of green cardboard divided into
as many sections as there are girls
present. Write a clrl's name in each
dlvlulon. Now cut out a large red
pasteboard utar, with a jryhlte arrow
painted en one "of the' points, and
fasten this titar to the center of the
cardboard circle by means of a large
pin. Each boy In turn cornea up and
spins the star, and the maiden whose
nnme is Indicated when the whlta ar
row cornea to rest Is accorded him as
partner. Of course, if a girl's name
litis already been chnwu the bo must
spin again. TIiIm spinning star will
result In much mirth for thr youni:
I .The Margin of Safety
is rcpresentea oy tne amouut oi
Insurance you carry.
Don't lull 'yourself into a fanoisd
Because tiro has never touched you
It doesn't'foltow that you're Immune
Tomorrow -no "oday, If you have
time and'you better 8ntl ,tlae ,
eome to the oflloe and Svo'll write
a policy on your house, furniture,
storo or morchanUlse. b
-LATER MAY HE'TOO LATE-
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rAKM HUKfciAU HUTKS
iBy II. R. Paunch, csunty agent, ;
All members of tho Webster cofihty
Farm Bureau "Federation are request
ed to meet, at their towtuhip meetings
and elect their officers for the coming
year. Erch township electa a direc
tor to roprccnt them on tho Board
of Diroctors of the county.
Meeting.? Thursday night, Decem
ber 14th at 8 P. M. at the following
Guide Rock Township, School Dis
Beaver Creek Township, School
G.irficld Township, Schcol District
Plctusriit Hill Township, School
Line Township, School Dictrict 31.
Red Cloud Township, School Dist
Walnut Creek, School District 3.
Inavalc Township, School District
Stillwater Township, School Dist
Oik Creek Township, Schorl Dist
Elm Cieck Township, School Dist
Potsdam Township, Farmer.' tin
im Hall, Blue Hill.
Batin Township, Bohemian Hall.
Glcnwcod Township, Farmers Un
ion Hall, Bladen.
Catherton Township, E. J. Peter
Hiiiniony Township, 'School District
The annual meeting of the Webster
County Farm Buicnu will bo held
Monday, December 18th, 1922 in the
court room of the Court House.
11 A. M. Secretary's report Fied
Householder; Treasurer's report
11:30 A. M. Director meeting.
1;00 p. m. County Agent's report
Henry R. TTausch; Girls Clubs Mr.
Max Mizcr; Women's Clubs Mrs W.
2 P. M. J. W. Lawrence of Lincoln
Walter Sandquist of Walthill, Henry
Keency of Cowles and C. B. Steward
of Red Cloud.
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
'The best place' for Pidture
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B5" S THHE CRYING need this season
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, day life following Holiday restivities.
M 5 would be of
Come in and let us help you select from the follow
ing list of articles-some suitable article for a Christ
House Slipper Gloves
Cuff Links Sox
Mittens ' Handkerchiefs
' Supporters . Belts
Shoes Caps w N"
Hats ' Bathrobes
Traveling Bags Sweaters
Wool Shirts Suspenders .-'
Scarf Pins ' Scarfs;
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:&: We now have on hand a full and complete line of M
& Satin finish fancy boxes in yi lb, to 5 -lb .
1 sizes of CHOCOLATE CANDY f
HOME MADE CANDY
Made Fresh As You Want It
So Place Your Order Early
5-lbs.. per pound
1 0-Ibs., or over, per pound -
FRUIT CAKE, PER POUND 60c
Come In And
We Cater To
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