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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1922)
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Need stationery - - bill heads - - Book
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Double quick service - - A No. I quality,
No job too large or too- small for
us to print,
ART NELSON, who has been in the employ of
E..W. Stevens, for the past four years, has resigned
his position, and knowing him persdnally as being a
man well qualified for
Plumbing, Heating and Electrical Work
jiave decided to give him floor-room in my store
where the trade will recetve courteous treatment and
, his prices will be reasonable.
GEORGE TRINE, HARDWARE
- Gellatly Co.
YOU ARE PLANNING TO GET AWAY
PROM BUSINESS AND HOUSEHOLD
RESPONSIBILITIES FOR A TIME THIS
WINTER AND VISIT FLORIDA, THE
SOUTH ATLANTIC OR GULF COAST
STATES, OR TEXAS!
REDUCED RATE TICKETS COVERING
WINTER TOURS ARE NOW ON SALE.
YOU CAN TOUR THAT GREAT LAND
OF" HISTORY AND ROMANCE GO ONE
WAY, RETURN VIA A DIFFERENT, YET
EQUALLY FAMOUS, ROUTE AND STOP
OVER TO SIGHT-SEE HERE AND THERE,
AS YOU PLEASE.
YOU'LL BE SURPRISED WHEN YOU
COMPARE THE COST OF GOING WITH
THE COST OF REMAINING AT HOME.
BESIDES, THINK WHAT SUCfH A TRIP
WILL MEAN TO YOU!
YOU'LL ENJOY THE BURLINGTON'S
COURTEOUS AND THOUGHTFUL SER
VICES. IT MAKES THE GOING AS DE
LIGHTFUL AS THE GETTING THERE.
DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE.
COME IN NOW AND LET ME HELP YOU
PLAN YOUR TRIP AND 'jIAKE YOUR
RESERVATIONS. THEN THE DETAILS
WILL BE ARRANGED WHEN YOU ARE
READY TO START.
N. B. BUSH
iHE RED CLOUb CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
JUUL.ISHED EVERY THURSDAY
3ntered In the i'oatofflce at Hcct Cloud, Neb
- m Second CImm Matter
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A. B. MO ARTHUR, Editor and. Owner
, Advertsing Rates
Foreign, per column Inch . 15c
Local, 10 A 2
No Melons Here
In 11)20 thorn went in this United
States, 0,4 18,313 farms. The depart
moiit of agriculture estimates ttie
value of tills venr'8 farm crops at
37,r)72,8il0.()()0. That menus an aver.
ago gross income of about $1,200 per
farm, out of which taxes, interest,
tools und work animals must bo pnid
before anything goes to the support
of the farmer and his family.
In 1020 the mortgage dobt of tie
farms of tho countrv amounted t
$1,00.3,707,182. At 0 per cent Interei t
n it far from the average rate, tit
interest bill of the farm amounts this
ye ir to about $240,000,000. The vhIuo
of all the farms and their Improve,
ments in U)20 wns JOO,310,002,C!)2.
Al'ow the land omikim t per cent on
their iuvcbtmont, one. third loss than
aonguss hetsjis a fair return for the
railroads, and this claims 3,u.VoiO,
101 or the farmer's beven uml u half
How much of Ids $1,200 the a vet age
fit mer paid for hired help and mn
chiuery and other operating expeube
we cannot guess. Even without these
items, allowing only the 4 per cent on
his investment, his $1,200 shrinks to
about S800. This for the labors of the
firmer and his family for one year.
Tue report takes no account, of
course, of farm products consumed by
t' c family This factor would some.
what improve the showing. '- ',
It is clear that there will Le no
melon cuttings on the furais till? year
no siock aivKientis, no cr m'nal e,vB'
slons of Mr. Melon's income saner
taxes. Monday's Llucoln State Jout.
Local items of
thirty years ago
I Friday, Dee. 10, 1802
Arthur Wohjott. wasmongJie vis
itort. fpoui ItmvulOiln the comity seal
, J. P. Winters pf Vllncoln arlie.ott
udu uiouii xucsiihv,, ior a visit wnn
(Menus auu incidentally to look fitter
8 imp business Jiatters. ,'.1 ' n
A deal was mailu last -week Kvliereby
C. M. Smith "and AlberVBcrlyner'be.
camu proprietors of the F. N,, Richard,
son livery, feed and mile. barn. They
assumed cbargo of the barn last Mon
day. Mr. Richardson has not as et
decided as to his plans in tbevfnture,
The entire state"kU covered with
snow, the depth ranging trom two to
oight inches. In this immediate local
ity abuut'six inches of the pearly white
covers old mothereartb. Thehoaviest
poitlon of It fell Sunday night. Sleigh
lug is splendid and many aie taking
advantage of it.
Ed Fry relinquished churgu of the
Hollaud House to Mrs. J. W. Runchey
J. A. McArtuur attended a meeting
of the State Sherifl's association at
Oeurgo Ovri(ig made a business trip
to Oxford, Saturday night, in the in
terest of tho Red Cloud Monuuientul
(Items of Twenty Years Ago.)
Do not forget the Christmas delight
at the M. E. church Saturday night.
O. V. Liudsey, will tale charge of
his old meat marltot on the 1 0th of
January. Mr. Llndsuy Uh veteran in
the butcher business and his many
friends will be glad to see him behind
the block aualn'i
Geo. .1. Warien was in Llucoln this
weelt O C, Bell acted as J M. while
he was absent.
Miss Klltt Rcmsburg one of Lin.
colu's bchool teachers, is home on a
visit to her parents during vacatiou.
Henry C. Cutter the affable stock
buyer and real pstato dealer, along
with his wife, has gone to Wisconsin
on a vidlt.
The lied Cloud Por Company are
again putting up the wire for the elec
trio lights. Tliey will be strung on
poles in the alleys instead of on poles
upon the street
U. R. Chaney is borne from Colorado.
Dr. I. W. Tulloys has re-arrangtd
the interior of hisofllcc,
Geo. Hutchinson, tin) barber was
laid up last week aud part ot this vr lb.
sickness. He is again able to be ' on
onty and is performing his "tonsorial
foatt." with regularity;
Morris Stern who recently wont. n
Philadelphia where he was married,
ban returned with his bride. At
piOMMit they are stopping at the
Pnlinl, but on the llrbt they will
occupy tho A..S. Marsh residence.
M bs Carrie Brown, one of tho Lin.
c In mjIiooI teacheis is home to sfiend
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I'lONEEKS TO HOLD 1 '
THEIR ANNUAL REUNION
b Tho Nebraska Territorial Pioneers'
Association will hold its annual to-
ainion Tuesday, January 9, 1928 In
the parlors of tho Grand Hotel, 12th
oV "Q" Streets, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Tho sesion will convene at 4O o'clock
a. m. and continue throughout the en
tire day with luncheon and socal hour
At two oc'clockithe annual address
will bo given by Hon. Edgar Howard
Columbus, Nebraska, ahd following
Hon. I. O. Dunn of Omaha will give
a talk oiT early days. A round table
will be conducted by M se t P. O'Brien
of Omaha and each Pioneer is invited
to be ready to respond to the call fc
a five minutes talk.
With each succeeding year the
pioneers feel more keenly the value
of these meetings. They help to
preserve tho personal and homo life
of the earliest days of our State and
it is upon the preservation of tho 0
features of development tliat tho fu
turo hirtorian must depend when a
comprehensive study of the State is
to be made.
Attend the meeting and contribute
your experience that the real history
of the Slate may be recorded. Any
one who has lived in the State thirty-
five years as eligible to membership
and if you cannot attend the reunion
fiend your name to the secrelary
tt ensure; for registration.
L. A. Simmon , ptesiucnt.
Minnie P. Knotts, sccy.-treas.
.Moses P. O'BriQii
W. J. Ulystone
R. S. Coolcy
FARM BUREAU NOTES
By H. R. Fausch, County Agent
The two butchering demonstrations
were held as per, schedule Tuesday
at the farm of Eddie . Ohmatpdn
soutttwe J ofCiuJcloRock and Wednes
day at the faiiin of Henry Stumpen-
horst SDuthwest of Blue Hill. latBpite
of zero weather good crowdswurncd
uHt and, much interest was shown.
M. B. Posson, specialist in animal
husbandry demonstrated' inert cutting
which was witnes ed by tho men and
women. Following this Mifs Attwood
demonstrated to the women meat can
ning and soap, tanking while Mr.
Pos.ion butcheredariottier hoc.
EXTRACTS FROM. ANNUAL RE
bumary ot hog cholera by towns'ups
1922: ' " "' ' '
Inavalo, 12- farms, 505 head, 1837
ccf serum; Walnut Creek, 2 farms, 48
ncau, i'uuucc,',''serum, vatneixon i
farms, 150 head, 7975cc serum; Glen
wood 23 farms, 592 head, 73650cc ser
um; Batin 1 farm, 19 head, 800cc ser
um; Red Cloud 17 farms, 490 head
31135cc, serum; Line 15 farms, 737
head 35075cc perum; Garfield 11
farms, 566 head, 35250ce? solum;
Pleasant Hill 10 farms, -350 head 12
350cc; Elm Creek 2 farms, 122 head,
7000cc, serum; Potsdam 9 farms 269
head, 16950cc serum; Oak Creek 4
farmu, 187 head, 8500cc: Beaver
Creek 15 farms, 469 head, 81670cc,
scrum; Guide Rock 45 farms, 3491
head, 120200cc, sorum; total 190 farms
9079 head, 445,395cc serum.
Notice to Creditors
in the County Court of .Webster Coun
ty. Nebraska .
In the Matter of the Instate of John
0. Wilson Deceused.
Creditors of S,Ud Kstatc will take
Notice, that the time limited for pres
entation and tiling of claimb against
said estate Is Match 21st, 102.1, and for
the payment of debts Is November 21,
1023, that I will sit at the county court
room in said county on the 23d day of
December, 1922, to examine, hear and
allow all claims duly tiled which are a
first or second lien upon said estate,
and on the 24th day of March, 1923 to
examine, hear, allow aud adjust all
claims and objections of general credit
ors duly tiled.
Dated this 28th day of November,
(Heal) A. D. RANNEY,
A true copy. County Judgo,
U StBiiel SBlth. Mi-resMcHt
Notice is hereby glven.that pursuant
to an order of attachment issued by
B. W. Stewart, a justice of the peace
of Webster county, Nebraska, in an
action pending before said justice
wherein Ray Mouritford and .Olen
Mount'ord, partners ' doing business
under the tjarae and1 style of Mount,
ford lirobers Was plaintiffs and 'Sam
uel Smith defendant to recover the
sum of $31.45, a writ of attachment!
was Issued and levied upon the follow-
Ing described property: Money on du-
posit In Peoples Hank of Red Cloud
and that said case was, on, tho return
day of tho summons Issued therein
continued for trial to tho 1.1th day of
January, 1US3 nt tt A. M.
Uuy Mountfard, lpittitifr8.
Ulen Mountford fl
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A Merry Christmas and
a Happy New Year is
our greeting to you.., "
May your Joys be , unbounded.
Cheerful acceptance of orders
over the phone or, in person and
Prompt Delivery are two of the
reasons that our store has such a
Anothers that our Groceries are 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?
P. A. Wullbrandt
Groceries and Queensware
I VrUMO 1 lVl0
We have some
m ransian ivory oooas
that we are offering at attractive discount consisting of
Toilet Sets, Brushes,
Also MANICJURE SETS and DOLLS-Also a ffne stock k
ofBCiOKS. FOUNTAIN PENS and EVER ft"
SHARP PENCIES JS
Finest in the land
It will be to your interest to
CHAS. L. C0TTING, The Drnist
How About Harness!
I will meet any catalogue price on anything In the harness line
Dou't let someone tell you that you can save money by sending away
come In and look my stock over. I can save you soine'taioney.
Bring in your old ones and get them fixed up and oiled before Spring
lee r: walker:
rwaw a&ymm mw&s
OVER STATE BANK
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
Red Cloud t
lNlNUUiNH.VlHPJ 1 HJ
fine pieces in the fS
Mirrors, and Novelties
see our stock before buying.
The Margin ot Safety
Is represented by
insurance you carry,
Don't lii'll yourself" into a fancied
Because fire has never touched yon
It doesn't follow that you're immuna
Tomorrow rscaqday.j if you have
rWmfirnd, jog, bet And time
come to the office' aud we'll write
,P Ijotfcy on your house, furniture,
store or merchandise.
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