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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1922)
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feihis annoiuicen)'ti; vy; be ood news for the Clothii:ig Butlrs 61 Red djud and surrounding country, as
Iv'$i sale by TSIS C(i W:i)EN-KA3,EY CLOTIIII'Ml W;.,u!way ftcfc;is a real saving as pur sales" are
'CLlwiivs bona fide, n'dtiction sales.
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;.N- BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS
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bpecial January Reductions
Famous Hand Tailored
Suits. Our $42.50, 845.00,
$47.50 range, all put in
one big lot at $37.50.
Youwill appreciate flu's
price this spring as all
High Grade Clothing
will be sold at an ad
vance over . present
BLOCKS and CLOTH
CRAFT SUITS at Spec
ial Prices during this
sale. Buy your suits dur
ing this ten days sale
and credit yftiftsjelves
with a substantial "saving.
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A Big Shoe Speitftfl! ',
A counter of Mens Hlglr 'Girede
20 to 33 1-3 per ct.
EDMONDS-SELZ Sixes 6 io o Ul.
mm ii i i ! ilfw .!!! i.iaiiBBi. 4 i .1 fci.ifa mtmm fc
Fur Coats at SPECIAL SALS 3PBICBS
10 dozen blue DcnLn Mciis Over
alls at a Special ,f rice of
We want to impress pcn ycu the im
portance of this sale ag' a real Money
Saving propositionas all lines of mer
chandise are advancing.
A 2V PER CENT REDUCTION
JOn all Men's and .
Fiannel Shirts, '
Leather i - -:
' M'oleskin, and
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Special Tie Sale. Fine
line of Holiday Neck
wear. Regular $1.50 to
$2.00 ties, all gp in this
saleat "98c A Bnef oppor-
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See our biff counter of
Wilson Bros., Ides and
E. & W. Dress Shirts at
a big reduction of
i 20 to J3 1-3 i ;
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Coopers High Grade
Union suits. Wool and
cotton ribbed. 10 per
cent reduction. A de
cided concession as this
Well Known Underwear
rarely sold at reduction.
THE COWDEN KALEY CLOTHING COMPANY
Reniember the Date and Come JJarly. THIS SAIE IS FOR CASH. , 1st Door North of Post Office
ayers Held Second
Meeting Last Thursday
On the afternoon of lost Thursday
llie tax payers of WobslerUonnty held
i'wlr second mcetltw in the Court
ouae In pursuance to the call Issued
hy the committee of tire farmers ap.
volnted at the prerious meeting. This
ymlttee of & bad previously met
vd threshed oot amonp themselves,
sflth the suRirestlons of a few iuterest.
d "tuxpayera, a. set of resolutions
ifrlch waa considered by them as offer.
the proper method or proceednre
in tad uctfon of local taiex This com.
slU6n presented to the meeting the
jfellawUft resolutions, esoh was die
rtosoi aaore or less, and noma quite
qfthaustlvelr, and adopted by the meet.
J. That a majority vote of theuoun
y mnst be had to o ntlnue the County
2. That domestic science, manual
irniutaitt normal training and business
courses be abolished from the accredit
ed courses of our public hohools.
H. That the County Assessor be
4. Thnt the County Ollicers must
yay depntles out of their own poolteto.
5 Tlmt the hiifhwny commissioner
(i Tlmt, the truunt olllcors be nbol.
7. Tlmt the .County Coiumlssloncfs
Rlont the federal census of !'.l20 a tlu
"bftl5 of fixing rhi) wilnrle of the
0'mtty kUoinev nud xheriff.
X"' tw aiJiliorl reautUif n w
ImA ti"' Utv il-r, Hsoe-d ti i
urnuud the fact that tt minority of H00
coiiltl, under the luw, forcnthe County
A((ent upon the tax pavers. The nicr
ritb of the Hgeut were little discussed,
J, he prevnllli) opinion of the meeting
being tlmt the uounty agent Ih un uti
necessrtry expense unfairly established,
I'hc sfcoud resolution brought out
the greatest variety of opinion on
both Hides of the question. A motion
to reject the resolution waslo'st by a
decisive vote. Hut a motion to ttdopt
the resolution wmh restated by a mi
nority of about one. fourth of the meet
Ull This was the only resolution
perceptibly opposed In the voting.
Next the County Assessor was aboU
Utlfd with little discussion. It was
also strongly voted that the comity of.
fleers dlir un their clerk hire. The
highway commission was dlsonsced at
some length relative to, how thu nfiice
was created, the ofllcer appointed and
paid, It was developed in the discus-..
Ion that the highway commUsiouer is
a part of the dolUr matching bchutue
with the government and that the
commissioner is paid $1200 pjr year,
$400 by tho state and 5900 by the
county. When the vote wae taken tho
highway commissioner was abolished
by nearly ununiinons voto.
Thu lesolution lelittive to tho truant
oillrur afforded infor nation to many
In Hie meeting. A number were Mir
prlhi'd to learn that such an otllcer ex
isted und wer still tooie hin prised to
learn that In- hid dtaun Muee or four
liiindred ilui ,us of tliu t.ix fmuh for
or vo'ir ii d half. Thin resolutlon,p',ic, and If tiiese tnxp.iyers have stood
n.v jc i
l Tf i ubn'ur wo,a)i Vijj iy
ai ttaj' .V1IV)lnn pf'fKV
tbe ((aUtvit'6 loiym1 In
er pj4 f " V,u ";" '"
i any lnw or measure tod
fprifHh StRlO Ugltilittui.' uiirie. pen
atOf forfitilie of bt!i tlnii job uud
10.' Thut tl i tax pint r "f Webster
oonnty go on n-twd us bcnig opposed
n the dollar matching scheme with
ttfiover;iiHejit n all departments and
ue"B,6i uctlvHlt 4l'sf
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piv iuvm. d
f iC1 I e
1$ ie .v '
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hill .tit . fil '. i
,ilvtrt. ' '
the tH20 oioui- i "
the lilh h' i '
nut tlit ht.ii. me:
of WciiMer count
meaMtl In th J)ts
100 of tho salary
Die opinion nu
is Mint tyie dnlis
Ul'-'i'COuM tiv j i-,l
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i'UnHb of to. i
i Uh) votlinf, Hi'.
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1.iin upon fchW'h
il (lie p'liniilitnH)
t f Ullil l-llllv ill
i -iiik io lop nil
tlio County At
torney npd $100 fioin thu sheriffs al
ury, No uxplutiiitiun was '''re'ljujjuo
went tliroiiirh without objection.
IIciiihi'U on varioiiM subjects were
eni;nL'') id veial fx payers, such
as the ioeiMH-il -i lories of county of
fleers by tn wr legislation, tho
cIihiiko if ili p iif the Hli-rllf'H olllee
from h fi'n in Hsu'iiry luiln also schools
were iijuiii lirniiL'lit nefore the meeting
it wis iijf,ste't ilmt nil he vurlous
servunth of iln iMxpo'rs were thor
oughly and cln-elv rtfnlzl in Contiiy
ClerkV tfKoeiiitiou-, Sherlffn as-ocla.
tlons, srhonl teHcli"is' Hmi.rlHtlniiH, etc
each orKHiilzHtiou wlib h. drllnitn pur
pose In vinw of prising anch legisla
tion hn would rnfir I herally blprd the
taxpnyeiH for 111 personal profit of
their members. The ninth resolution
was adopted hoping to head off this
association graft at the source.
The meeting appeared further dls
&ati(I"d with thu dollar matching
schemes with the government. There
was something unexplained, but in
creasingly distasteful as more of the
dollar matching propositions were
brought to light. Why should the
government reach out iuto local affairs
for administration and control? Tho
tenth resolution wan adopted placing
tho meeting against the whole dollar
Alva Stoner, President of the Web
ster County dinners Union, called the
meeting to order tit about. 1:!H) with a
fm enf ul statement as to ihe history
and oliji-el of the meeting and '.io pre
sided very credibly W. K I'.iUoison
of Cimpbell was elms ii m, tt.'n e'a'
The ilv wa ideal, t ti eani',t room wu.
lHiitO ofrfl 'wiiijf ami all yeMoiilbirf
lle youiitv vvro hi!) l'P(r oiit-d. si'
heh r ih niiHtlwg eiiii be eftlJ.-lV
uflu tit u nf 'ihoinHjontjf, i.ritnaf iil
!b" t rnyer of Wttlwtu'' Ourinty i5v
'tie a d .iU'de uue-iiou Tola wtli
l.u to th readt r fit JudiJineUfc llifr
Mm th'trt ea-i t no donbt but tiit
iKi'ij'ei of WeO'ti'ii'inliil.vari' am
ivaiii un 1 iv i1 Hug tin' it l-tb vtht io.ci
pr.iniiei.', and iieichituue wntiovcr p .s
h.blo The fuel that taxes havo homi.1
denly doubled and trebled has now, In
tliosn times of deflation and diouth
hii.lleieuily maUed iuto tho trix payors
as to muko many ofjrJthem doubt ,lf
for many of the added modern expens
e of goveruiueiir. when they had the
money to piy, or were too deeply in
tereste.i in their own affairs to object.
they now appear ready to step, or to
sidestep, in in cheaper conditions of
government and they inaulfeNtid little
desire to inquire into the merrlta of
any of the new departments.
It ia argued by many eduuatois that
our sohooln hive advanced, developed,
lirogreospd with the times because of
the demands of the tax payers them
selves for this new and expansive ay's-.
tarn of publlcdncatlon, and not be
cause of the overhead Influence of the
educational trust Here' Is one of the
rrost algnifloent facta abont Thursday's
meeting This meeting has gone on
record as being otie well attended pub
lie raeettug of taxpayers which haa
protested much of tHe alleged 1m
provement In cur public school system,
far In advauce of any similar public
tueotlui of Impnrtauce In this locality
that he. idorsed the costly changes
that lin teen c-ist iuto our school
system in v,.ie overworked name of re.
At the conclusion of the meeting
Clms. Gilliam offered u comprehensive
remedy for nil of our financial Ills In
the shape of government debentures
based on the products of thu soil
Thesudebenturus would automatically
ccpaud and contract, and lluuucu all
public and private enterprise!. At the
conclusion of his statement, Mr. Gil.
limn ilivlt il qtietlons out fW M-emed
to ( lmeru-.ted in Jii propohitioif
Vv'li.l tiioti mri5"' dwl not nppoul to
ttii miuiun,',1i'fl his proiMiattlmi t'n
nviv-it, Mci liUhtm 101 ulc might
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("tin u o S t0i)', ' t 'sifui'ti'd to
hjvj ,.fti,o iv.y V'H "o taiiyt.
era vnit img at llu iugi Ucoiubii. UTvh
and li th..rup.)ii nrtiiiod W, H, l4tur
wm "f' Cinioll ajld (i S Stnmpeu
, ... 1 1 . I'n in tut ' id.
juii l widi th tiiiileist null g that
to oiiiirmm shoul I again c ill fie ta
I'iivers toget i'f if occasion Aiuiants.
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Walter Mar hall of Oklahoma City,
OUn., is spending tlie holidays hero
with his mother, Mrs. Ida Marshall.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McKimmcy of
Holdrege spent Cliristinas here wiUi
hi3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Me-Krmmey.
Fonrest Mountford, who is at
tending a medical college at Omaha
is spending the holidays here with
Miles Wihnot returned home
Thursday TenJni after spending (he
past three weelcB in the vicinity f
Grand Island working.
Half City, HJlf Desert,
(.in i no (lulf of Alien is a spot of
barren sand where a eltj- .springs up
every winter ami clinost disappears In
the suiiumM', Tli'i plaeo Is culled Her
lieui. A i it'ei Is lu Id ihe.v eery
winter Hind dur!'' tho In 'Jit f 1t.i.-
rj oV n,d" 1 tits itnl
Mr. and Mre. O. C. Teal went, to
Lincoln Friday morning whore they "
will spend a few days visiting it the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Fred
rick Wells md family.
The curliest mention of the game of
ctlckct Is. in the writing of one John
Derrick, who In 1503 wrote thnt "he
and his fellowcs did runno and piny .
at cricket." Hut In the Bodlclun
library at Oxford there is an old pic
ture of a monk howling a hall to tin
other monk, who Is about .to strike It,
and tho date of that la "00 years
.' tt. ..l.lfin liutrit nnt hann fiarliinctl
I wnv vHimniwigi' ml" MV""-'"iii,'yy'''i " . .f'l i - .. r.:
!mpu' umti liJt&W'ot u,!..i;!unWIri5lr.e
Misa l-'ay, Richardson arrived hero
from Lfncoln'. Fridny ''evcnijig ,vto
tmend theVholfdAys with her tnothor.
in-; !t Iwemys
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A ptoi'lnent flu " 'i of nn Ohl"
town Is so sensitive about wearing a
wig . that lie carofuMy powders his
cdp-t. lapcl9wltkoAlt'to glvo tho 1m- L,
To Buy Wall Taper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
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