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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1923)
RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
RoJ Cloud, Nobrtvslcc
PUUliiyiJKD EVl-.KY 'IHUltSJDAY
entered In the I'oMolllco nt Itcd f loud, Neb
M Hccond Claw Matter"
A. D. McAUTHUIt, I-Mltor iiml Owner
Foreign, por column IncK I5c
,1 II It nl. y 1m-. til i.'il liN h' SMili t
tuuli ml iMuto utile to I In t'lia-.iy
building ik-iUi tif thi Mnoi blucli
KOItTV YKAHS AflO
Next year will bo leiip year.
Tins Valley house Is ottered for
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Thc'coldcst weather o' the season nc
cm red on Wednesday when tho ther
jnomctor indicated 10 degrees below
zero but while wo nrc getting n cold
niinp, nut In Dakota and Montana tho
jucrey registered GO degrees below zero
nnri Htill going down.
Court sets on thn iCtli.
Oct). V. Llndsey Is putting up Ice
I. A. Mo-Arthur is nutting up his
supply of me,
John Tulleys Ins been installed ns
professor in the high school.
The various secret societies are do
ing a (rruat deal of woilc just now Red Cluw't
Hitslne's has hopii ntinn.t on a stand
Hed Cloud was well icptescnted at
the capital dining the hemitoihl con.
The Johnson County .loiinial tolls
I the folio will's' whopper: A innii erect.
eel stiine hind of u now fanpled pump
ing apparatus for a ranch on the lie
piibllcnn valley. The pumping ma
chlno. was to be dilven by wind The
oilier day when n ten-knot wind was
blowing, the inventor "turned her
loose.' In less than half an hour the
nihchliie Hooded tlip cattle corral with
w.iter and Mooted away the end of a
li'iy stnoV, Tho rinctininti yelled to
his iiiachtuest: "Stop her! stop her."
Hut it happened that provision for
stopping was what had not been
thought of by the inventor. Had it
n it been that the well wis at last
pumped dry the whole ranch would
most likely have Leon washed away.
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
SCOM-: M KK IIKS'I
(Donvc, (Colo.) Tiincs, Jatuu.ry, 22)
Standing of Clubs
CI.UUS Won. 7.05l. Pet.
Fort Collins ... . J) 0 1 000
Noith Platte 0 1.000
Denver 2 I .G7
Tiin!dr.d 2 1 .GG7
Louisville - .11 .500
Pueblo I 1 .("00
Red Cloud . - 0 2 .000
Colorado Springs ...... 0 .'I .000
Wruv 0 M .000
SCHOOL PAIjS -A
I -MMM'-? f I
Victories In the third match of tho
annual Uncle Dud telegraph trophy
.shoot yesterday were:
North Platto (212) bout Colorado
Denver (2119) bent Pueblo (23fi).
Fort Collirn (235) beat Ked Cloud
Trinidad (211) beat Wray (200)
Louisville had open date.
Two perfect scores were registered.
August Sarcande; of Fort Collina
duplicated h's feat of a year ago by
breaking fifty without a miss. Kohr
cr of Colorado Springs also got an
honor mark. W. F. Floyd of Den
ver, who marked up r fifty one year
ago, did not get in the running yes
terday. Nortli Platte and Fort Collins now
arc tied for tho lead with three vic
tories and no defeats. In the race of
1922, nt this rung, Denver was tied
with Fort Coll'ns, neither having r.uf
fcrcd a defeat in three matches.
General High Scores.
Scores of unusual excellence weie
made yciterday. For instance, North
Platte, high with 212, were unable to
compete a year ago because of a so
veto .storm, but their total this year
was hotter than anv made on the
simo (Lie in 1922.
Don vet's 239 was one point hettc
than tl-e 238 of a year ago, even with
I loyd's perfect 50 score. Fort Col
lin's 238 vn,3 one point less than their
totrl in January last, when they
Colorado Springs, altho losing to
North Platte yesterday, made 235, a
agu'nst their 232 of last year that ac
counted for a win.
Pueblo, too, outshot by Denver, was
responsible for 233 breaks, while one
year ago all they could icturn was
AH in all, the trigger experts are
going in high gear and from indica
tions to date, this year's grand total
and averages will be the best ever at
tained in the competition.
Yesterday's scores in tlcta'l:
Hosier .... ...-...... lL'.'49
Voit Goe'tz" 7 '"" ..371" h'sL. -19
Neville .. . .j.i 48
Samuelson . .. - ,..-. 48
3a t Liar.;
htiu''n, ! oil I 10 n. in.
Mm Mug Static" II ii. tn. tfulijci't.
"A (.uuii I .StMftiibiit of tli lliipi'fct
I'o-ttion in Red f .olid,"
livening Mil'ject: "What Constitu
te a Revival of Religion "
English Lutheran Church
Regulai services evoiy first and third
Sunday in the month in the AriveiHist
chinch at II a. in.
O. It. Ili'iiiU.. Pastor
Congregational Church Notes
Sunday School 10 h. in.
Morning service 11 a. in.
Dvenlng service 7:30 p. in.
hverjotie welcome to these services
Miss Kmlly Million is on the s'clt !M,
Mrs. Hobt LihiiiIkiui spent Tuesday
with Mrs. E, u. Spurrier.
Mi 9. Melba Abbott and Mrs
Locke spetit a day recently with
10. E. Spurrier.
Mrs. Kobt. LtinnfiMii and Mrs
Rollhati visited with Mrs. II. F. Pay lie
Mrs. Earl Abbott and In by Elmer
are spending a portion of the week
with relatives near K-bon
Dan and Rex Rellhan arrived home
Sunday after a week's vlj.lt with their
patents Mr. and Mrs. Win Relthun in
B E. Spunier hatilnl n thousand
bushel of coin from Uellaiie ln-i week.
Charles MoMurray of Fait bury, Nob ,
is spending a few d.iybin the neighbor
hood. Mrs. D K. Grewcll and daughters,
Tri.v and Ellu, spent Saturday with
Mrs. Fay Ppp.
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JIM lltMnMisi I L"LS"Y i5J"T- A-
A piece of printed matter with
your name on it is your" Per
sonal" representative wherever
it. may be found.
Surely then, the best is none too good.
That's the basis on which we guarantee your satis
faction with our Printing.
"Quality"- is the watchword here all the time
whether the job be big or little.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
When you have trouble of any kind with
your Plumbing send us a hurry-up call and
we will respond "at once." "1
We realize the importance of giving
quick service at such times and wc hold
ourselves ready to do so. ' " "
And iLyou.have any .Plumbing Supplies
to buy be sure to-get our prices. We believe
they will save you money.
Total .. .
M. L Smith
H. Smith ...
'i unn .. ..
... L 48
.. ..... 45
... - i!l
Rohter . i
Mclntyte ... .
Hilton - .-..
Lee ... -
Innis ....- - ." --
I), tmui .. -.
Total . .
Love . ..'....
. . 40
Pursuant to a resolution passed by
the City Council of the City of Red
Cloud, Ncbras'vn, on the 3rd day of
January, 1923, and Section 313 of the
Compiled Statutes of Nebraska for
1922, notice is hereby iven that said
city council considers it advisable ami
to the best interest of mid city that
new bonds in .lieu of the delinquent
and outst'tntlinp; paving bo'tds aim
coupons of the following paving dis
tricts of said c'.ty tis follows:
".wing District No. 2. Amount or
b nds $1,000.00; Coup in 4 and intei-
.st, $1 50.00. Oxlorcd issued on, Juitr
Paving District No !l Amount of
bind, $8,000.00; Coupons uul inter
e t, ?! I, lot) 00. Ordc ed i?s cd on .T.i c
P.iving District No. ! Amount of
bonds $0,000.00; Coupons and intei
est, $1,400.00. Ordered issued on Juik
All of said bonds bear intetcst at
the rate of six per cent per a inuni,
payable emi-r.nnually. It is propos
ed to take and pay the above delin
quent bonds, coupons and intetcst by
the itsuance of City of Red Cloud Re
funding bonds in the sum of ?18,
000.00, healing intere. t at six per cent
per annum, dt ted January 15, 1923,
maturing $1,000 00 each year 11 to 20
jenrs after date unless objection there
ti be filed at the office of the City
Clerk at Red Cloud,
Any taxpayers of the City of Rc;
Cloud, Nebraska, may file objections
to such proposed actio-i in the office
of the C'ty Cleik at Red CU'd o-i
o' before the 5th day of Fcbru..iy
CLARISSA M MAYNAIID,
(SKA 10 CtyClevk
With a Small Amount of Fuel
Is the Most Essential Requisite of a Range
The South Bend Malleable Rangeills the bill in
every respect, and more. It is the finest lookingfrangc
built, and is made of the best 'materials. -We would
be glad .of an opportunity to convince you that what we
say is true.
We have received notice, from the wholesale
houses of an increase in prices of ranges effective Janu
ary I st, but we will continue to sell what few ranges we
have at the same old price.
GEORGE W. TRINE
Notice Automobile Owners
nith Hf0's. Annual Sale i
of Pure"Bred Big Type, Poland
China Bred Sows.
To be held at the Farm 9 miles Northeast nf
Superior and X iffile North of Cadams. Nebr., on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1923
All are Vaccinated. 55 Head. 8 Tried Sows: 31 Fall
Gilts; 16 Sprint' Gilts
This is a fine bunch of stuff. They have been learn
ed to travel for their living having had lots of exer
cise. Nearly all will farrow in March, bred to our
boars, the Pageant, Clans Monarch. Nebraska Buster
and Blue Valley Jumbo. These sows are of the big
easy feeding type, the kind that responds quickly to
feed. You had better buy early as the later sales arc
always higher. Come and spend the day with us
whether you buy or not.
Sale in Tent 1:00 p. m. Free Lunch at Noon.
WRITE FOR CATALOG
R. E. UIDGLEY. W. C. HENDERSON. Auctioneers.
C. A. GOLDEN. Clerk.
Place Your Coal
The Malone-Gellatly Co. I
If You are in Arrears Call and See Us
February 1st, limit FonlNcw Aull mobile
Licenses for 1933.
l'Vlinmry lht Hunt for new tiiiinbiMS,
O it of about '.'G00 motor vehicle nunorh
ouh l.'tTi'i Iiml nppUeri for uuw Humbert
up until Jtiiiuiuy M, l!U:t.
Tho CountyTrt'iiS.urer informed 1110
tluit eti'j will hold your old number on
ly until February 1st.
Tlivro liB8,bi)on complaint made that
some people living in Webster county
In previous yeais have purchased num
bers in other counties. If you live in
Webster county yon owe it to your
owp home county to buy your number
there and Increase the couuty funds.
Also if you own two enrs remember
chcIi car calls for a license number.
Avoid trouble by buying your num
ber before February 1st, and in your
nfcr-rcKn iiaMnrwfcwoynfcmitf ww
Mii-8 Hlancho P,ope and Clara Rooz-
ley roturriedto Inayalo Sunday "evon
fnc: t6 rdrrne thalr schooAvorlcftor
n-Bhort viait here. '
IX hundred miles of Catacombs or stone tombs were
3 hewn beneath the foundations of Rome. The early
Christians, poor and persecuted, cared more for the
Protection of their Dead than we do today. Yet, the ever
increasing use of the Norwalk Vault testifies to a revolt
against that sodden cistern the modern grave! Sealed
by handi the moulded granite of the Norwalk offers
eternal protection. The greatest tribute to the Dead:
THE NORWALK VAULT
All Good Undertakers Recommend the Norwalk
the Best INSIST upon it!
MET CALF & BR IN KM AN
Office at Bailey's Tie Barn
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