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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
NEWS OF NEBRASKA
IN CONDENSED FORMJ
Recent Happenings in Nebraska
Given in Brief Items For
Nebrnskn City It to hold n corn,
poultry anil pet stock show Jtinuury
17, 18 mill III.
Tin! Stiih- Tuiihors Association at
OiiiiiIiii .luniiiii'v IS ti-'l. will roach an
iittcndnnco ("dimmed at nearly ",(XH).
Tho new JjURWMKi high Kilinol build
lug Iiiik been dedicated at Valentine. It
Is tlioroly modern In design and equip
ment. A 750 gallon n nilnulo pump Iiiik been
ordered purchased for the nmny water
station hy the Coluinbun city council
Fremont .shattered all building hoom
reeordH In 11)21! with Improvements
totaling $l,1.r7,riH), completed during
the past 11! montliH.
CharleH M. Keefer was unanimously
elected President of the Stale Hlfo Un
derwriters' ns.-oiatlon ut the annual
meeting held at Lincoln.
A. K. Ovemlon, potiunster, for eight
years at Pawnee City has resinned
effective April 1 to resume the editor
ship of the Pawnee Chief.
Mmmmj?' .- i
J. S. KROH.
Publisher of tho Onallala News, and
Newly Elected Senator from the
Itecclpts of hogs at the Omiihu mar
ket for the llrst eight da of the year,
are nearly double those ncelved during
tho same period of time lust year.
The State Diocesan Council of the
Fplscopal Church will hold Itti sessions
at Omaha this week. The Women's
Auxiliary will meet n't tho same time.
Five million dollars more of bonds
of governmental subdivisions In Neb
raska were Issued In 1022 than In the
preceding year. Total for tho year
was'j10,2r1,080, the largest amount of
bonds ever Issued In one year In Neb-
Figures available at the South Omaha
Livestock Exchange received from the
local brand Inspector's olllces show
Hint nearly double the number of wes
tern range cattle were Inspected dur
ing the month of December, 1022, than
In December, 1021.
Fntallty tolls from nutomoblllsts nt
Nebraska grade crossings were less In
1022 than In the three previous years.
Statistics gutberoti from newspaper
reports In the stntu during the year
Bhow that 21 persons were killed and
51 wore. Injured.
Columbus people spent more than
twice the amount In building Improve
ments tho past year that they spent
during 1021, the record In the city
clerk's olllce and other sources in
dicating that expenditures In this line
Nelson TIioimiu of Omaha, vice pres
ident of the Auditorium show recently
held In that City nidle tho largest Indi
vidual win nlngs ever lecorded at a
poultry and faucy fowl exposition. He
won fi firsts out of (10 birds, a :i5
silver cup, $25 cash, three specials, and
best award for ten different pheasant
Secretaries of Nebraska chambers of
commerce and commciicn! organ'za
tions will hold their nuuual convention
In Omai.a February 2 and II, the pub.
llclty bureau of the commercial organ
ization announces. Topics relating to
conduct of commercial organizations,
community advertising, business and
Industrial conditions will be up for
The two small children of Harry
I.nng, near Brunswick, were burned to
death In u lire that completely des
troyed the home while the mother was
doing the chores at tho bnrn, but few
.Tesse Lyon n seenteen year old 1ml
of Unadllla won the grand sweepstakes
which i mimics both Junior and senior
entries In the State corn show at Lin
coin, which was the largest In several
years, competition was keener, and the
total member of entries much bigger.
The boy has won first prizes and sweep,
stakes nt the Nebraska stato fair for
t)ie last twin years.
Tho Presbyterian and, Methodist
churches, at Fairmont huvo morgod
anil tho membership will hereafter
worship ns one.
Hoy Mauler of Taylor, 0 years old,
who regained his eyesight recently
nfter having been blind from baby
hood, for the first time saw a Christ
mas tree and Santa Claus on Christ
Dick Beswlck, 80, Nebraska homo
steader and hero of tho civil war and
for 20 years ncrobat with tho big
circus organizations, ouco world's
champion Icaper, is dead at his home
State Teachers at Omaha
With a program calling for three days
of lectures, discussions and business,
tho Nebraska state touchers' association
will hold Its annual convention ut
Omnlm on January IH, 11) and 20.
Kniollmont will begin nt (5:(K) p. in.,
Wednesday, January 17, and will con
tlnue until Saturday morning, .litnuitry
20. The assembly of delegate.'! will take
place on Thursday morning at 0:00
a. in., In the ball room of the hotel Horn?
presided over by President W. II. Mor
ton of Heat rice. The general sessions
will liffflti on Thursday evening ut 8:00
o'clock In the auditorium, with Supt.
A. II. WatcrhoiiM', of Fremont presid
ing. A program Including addresses,
music and discissions has been ar
ranged. A distinctive feature of tho conven
tion will be the "Solre," a roilal event
to be staged on Friday night at the city
auditorium by the Oinaha chamber of
commerce In honor of the state teachers'
Fred M. DeWItt, for over a Minuter
of n century connected with the print
ing Industry at Lincoln, died in Chi
Superintendent L. W. AVclsel of the
(ienevn city schools, has filed his resig
nation with the board of education
to take effect .Tune 1.
Mrs. Louis Young suffered a broken
leg when she stepped on n corn cob
which had dropped on the back porch
of her home nt (Initio Itock.
The Kustorn District DontcV. Society
will meet at Omaha .lanuary 21. The
National American Dental Teacher's
iietlttite will he held on the 22d to the
Mrs. drover PUn died at a Falls City
hospital from burns received when a
gasoline heated Iron she was using
exploded in her hand, and Ignited her
A naturalization ehiii br.s been
started nt (ienevn, by Miss Margaret
Ilaiighawout, former county superlntou
dent, with .'10 In iitlemlMice a' the llrst ,
Payment of certain Issues of llbertj
bonds and war savings stamps linvi
added $10,000,000 to the cash In clr
dilution In Nebraska, according to ban
W. II. Sduilberg, assistant general
manager of the I'ntou Stockyards com
puny of Omaha, was promoted to the
position of general manager at a recent
meeting of stockholders.
Injuries suffered when he fell from a
tree while hunting cnused the death ol
Walter Strawther, of Nebraska City
Slrawiher had climbed the tree to get
a squirrel which lie had shot.
The cornerstone or the new Presby
terian church, to cost 00,000, has been
Inld at ScotlsblulT. The church, tin
first organized In that city, had Its
beginnings In 1807.
Thieves broke Into tho F-irniers
1'nlon store, at Hardy carrying away
more than $700 worth of silks and
wealing apparel. The safe was tain,
pored with but no money taken.
Federal reserve hank notes which
were stolen by bandits who held up
messengers In front of the United
States mint at Denver are said to be
In circulation in north Nebraska.
Dr. O. O. Smith, pastor of the Fre
mont Congregational church, has re
ceived a call from Pueblo, Colo., asking
him to take the pastorate of the first
Congregational church of that place.
Portions of the skeleton of a "Stone"
turtle, a prehistoric amphibian, were
recently found In a room near Fort
Calhoun In Washington county. The
skeleton was three feet around and
eight Inches thick.
A daring attempt on the part of twe
prisoners to escape from the Nebraska
state penitentiary by scaling a prisor
wall under a barrage of steam from tin
prison heating plant was thwarted by
Warden Fenton who fired two charge.
of buckshot at the men.
The delegates of the 102.'t convention
of tho Nebraska farm bureau assoclu.
Hon, held at Lincoln, elected II. I.
Keefe of Waltblll and Mrs. Malt l
Graham of Dakota City as president
and vice president of the state organ
'sttlin for the coming year,
Good breeding 'lock, piMper mating
and careful feeding of the brood sow
are all Important, but a point In hop
raising that should receive more atten
tion, because it is often neglected, Is
the necessity of keeping the young
pigs growing continuously from the
moment of birth to maturity, say the
anlnutl husbandmen of the U. of N.
Agricultural College. At weaning tluio
and afterward the pigs should have
access to corn ami proper protein
supplements In self-feeders.
c'nllowlng out the wishes of Charles
Woostor, who died at Silver Creek
last yeek, his body was cremated nnd
the ashes will be scattered from the
bridge into IMattc river near his home.
Alleging that the farm bureau and
county agent In Keith county have
been a burden to the taxpayers, 000
farmers have signed petitions demand
ing abolition of the'bureau nnd olllce.
Thousands of mallard ducks have
been staying on the Loup liver, neat
Dannebrog for several weeks. The
river Is open for many miles and the
waters are at times covered with
Chnrles Heed, for four years an as
sistant In the office of the nttnrno
general, nt Lincoln, has resigned tine
gone to Miami, Kla., to practice law.
Mrs. Margaret Hess, believed to be
the oldest woman In Gage county, U
dead nt the age of ninety-three. Slu
has resided In I leu trice over fort)
Directors of the farmers' elevator al
Union are contemplating taking oui
n state storage license and ucccptlii;
grain for storage at n charge of one.
fourth of a cent a bushel per month
deferring settlement with the growei
until the grain ruu ho shipped.
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New Hebrew Theological college, 3448 Douglas boulevurd, Chicago, which celebrated its opening the other duy.
The building, which cost $150,000, Is one of tho finest of Its kind in the United States. It Is given over to tho education
and training of Hebrew young men for the church.
KING WILL SEE THIS
Miss Evelyn Law of the Follies Is
soon to snll for England, where she
s to give a prlvato performance of her
Terpslchorean artistry for hlu majesty
(King George and members of the royal
fumlly. Miss Law Is able to swing
one extremely litho limb a good 24
inches above her charming little head.
MOST ACCURATE TYPIST
Win. t Oswnld of New York, holder
of world's typewriting accuracy cham
pionship 128 words a minute for one
hour continually with only one error
and former International speed cham
pion, who nttended the meeting of the
Nntlonnl Commercial Teacher's fed
eration In session In Chicago,
WINS BEAUTY AWARD
Itadlnnt girlhood won a prize for
Miss Alice Appenhelmer of Far Rock-
f' wsy, Judged nearest physically per
ect among 000 In her high school,
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Employees Are Given His Business
Helleving that his en ployees huc the first right to a business they havt
helped to build up, Henry A. Dlx turned over his $1,000,000 concern to them
and will spend the rest of his life, without salary, aiding them to continue Its
success. The corporation lstho Henry A. Dlx & Sons company, manufacturers
of women's cotton dressci nnd nurses' uniforms, In New York city and open
ntlng factories at Mlllvllle, Somervllle, and Brldgeton, N. J.
Token of Gratitude to Skipper
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Miss Thclmu Kdwards presenting the commnndant of tho French liner I.n
Savole, Captain Henri Bolsson, with n bronze clock nnd candlesticks for the
mantle of his stateroom, the gift of tho passengers on a recent Havre-New
York trip of tho Savole. This wns a token of gratitude for the captain's cour
age and seamanship In bringing his vessel snfely through the terrible storuu
of that week.
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Here Is Dr. It. M. McKoin, artested In Ilafllmore for alleged connection
with the murder of two citizens of Mer ltouge, La., which Is laid at tho doors
of members of the Ku Klux KInn; nnd the little jail at Ilastrop where Jeff
liurnett, another of the nccused, Is locked up.
the Bastrop Jail
Thousands Have Kidney
Trouble and Never
Applicants for Insurance Often ,
Judging from reports from druggists
who are constantly in direct touch with
tho public, there is one preparation that
has been very fiucccssful In overcoming
those conditions. The mild and healing
influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot is
toon realized. It stands the highest for
its remarkable record of puccess.
An examining physician for one of ths
prominent Life Insurance Companies, in
sn interview on the subject, made the as
tonishing statement that one reason why
so many applicants for insurance are re
jected is because .kidney trouble is so
common to the American people, and the
large majority of those whose applications
arc declined do not even suspect that they
have the disease. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root is on sale at all drug stores In bottles
of two sizes, medium and large.
However, if you wiidi first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Dinghomton, N. Y., for a
ample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Advertisement.
A local youth who expressed a desire
for adventure wns usked:
"Why dont you Join Captain X'b ex
pedition? lie's looking for recruits for
his revolutionary operations In Guate
mnln." "I haven't got the price of a passage
"Tho cnptnln furnlbhcs your passage
and equipment free."
"Then I'm on. Itut how about his
furnishing my passage back?"
"Don't worry about that. One
doesn't come back." Charleston News
DYED HER DRAPERIES,
SKIRT AND A SWEATER
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
1 Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con
tains directions so simple that any woman
can dye or tint faded, shabby skirts,
dresses, waists, coats, sweaters, stock
ings, hangings, draperies, everything like
( new. Duy "Diamond Dyes" no other
Kinu then perfect borne dyeing is guaran
teed, even if you have never dyed before.
Tell your druggist whether tho material
you wish to dye is wool or silk, or whether
it is linen, cotton, or mixed goods. Dia
mond Dyes never streak, snot, fade, or
run. So cosy to use. Advertisement.
Can't Be Told.
"There Is no use telling It to the ma
rines nny more."
"Why not, silly?"
"Hccnuse they go everywhere and
see everything." New York Sun.
Cutlcura Comforts Baby's Skin
When red, rough nnd Itching, by hot
baths of Cutlcurn Soap und touches of
Cutlcura Ointment. Also make use
pow and then of that exquisitely scented
dusting powder, Cutlcurn Talcum, one
of the Indispensable Cutlcura Toilet
Some men acquire n reputation for
laziness, while others get the credit
for being diplomats.
The charm of a bathroom Is Its spot
lessness. By tho use of Red Cross Ball
Blue, all cloths and towels retain their
whiteness until worn out Advertise
ment. An old bachelor says that marriage
quickly sobers a man who Is Intoxi
cated with love.
Large hopes from smnll foundations
The door of hope, swings both ways.
25 AND 75i PACKAGES EVERYWHERE
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th root and ttopi balr falling- out All ball
pot rai-ldly. Try Itl At all Rood druggUu, Ho,
M direct from HIUIC.UU5, timUfc. UmtUt. Tim.
MA8TK11 THH TVI'KWKITKH UV MAIL.
Ths touch typing aatem taught In itx lea
aona only 116. Why pay more? Typewrit
tng School. 718 Ualtlmora llldg., Chicago.
TOBACCO B U1H. CII1SWINO, $10 1
BUOIUNO, 10 L1IS., 93.40. Medium, It
lb. 1, 30. I'ay for tobaoco and postaga on
arrival. J. I'ULLIAM, PATEaVfLLE. KT.
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 2-1923.
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