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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rett Cloud, Nobrankn.
prjllLISIlED FA'FKY TIIUKSL'AY
Untercd In tho Prulninre nt llcil ( lotnl. Nob
M tiocond Clam Mutter" '
A. JJ. MuAKTHUH, Kdltor and Owner
Forclrfn, per column Inch 15c
L.oce.1, ' " " 12 A 15
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Dr. 0 K. MeKeeby was in Orleans
on profesbional lUfclni;f9 thU week.
A heavy dual storm on Thuiisday,
that made a fellow think tlmt his
name was mud.
'Jolui Ilnsscllbacher sold IiIh hogN to
day to W N. UioliHrdson for which he
received ?.'' cents per pound. He had
over 1,000 pounds.
Mitts Molliu Ferris, .Mia. llosuorth
mid others of our cltlv.Mis, went to
Hastings on Monday evening to at
ti-iid tlie funeral services of Mrs,
In n few week more and Geo. it.
IJjllmiil w 1 1 1 cojuttie tii'o his mnv hotel
There is u movement, on foot at
Inavale to tmild an M. ti. uhurob
which Is gaining ground fust, There
was a meeting of the inuinber.i of I he
Inavalo branch of that church on
MotidHy to dlscum (he matter, and
they, are willing to glvo llbemlly uc
cording to their umiuiH. If the citizens
oulMdo'of the chinch will donate half
as much, the church Is an assured fact.
10 VHAKS AGO
A. H Ciiii was in Supeiior, Mon
lay. Chiis. l'. Gather was a passenger to
Mrs. K. M Ounl loturned home
from Kearney, tin tin tiny.
I) U. Danltor and wife or David City
vUltCd .!. M. Hurg ss last week
Hoy Stevens and wife are homo from
Kansas City and other Missouri points.
(Jhas Urulmher, l W. Cowden and
I), if. Kaley wore in Onide Rook, Mon
day, Win. Weesncr was in Kausas City
Ernest Moranvllle, of Omaha, Is in
town this week, visiting his mother.
Geo. J. WHrreu and wlfo were In
Hastings, Wednesday, attending a
meeting of the Nebraska Association
of Moving Picture. Kxhluitor.s.
Mm. .lames Harden anil 1 H. Hur
den and wife leave Satuiday for Si
CAMwJ DKA-fAVkl (S
Are your Hogs or Other Animals Troubled
with LICE? IF SO USE
THE DRY DIP
Inexpensive end Caty to Apply
Sprinkle freely in the sleeping quarters
and directly on the animals.
CHAS. L. COTTINC,
.1 ie, MhsuiiiI, anil Kiiiihii-. City, M ft
sourl, to buy their tpiing stock o'
Mis. IJibara.l'Inuvs returnod Tuns
day from Chicago aril Omaha whole
'she bought a now stock of goods.
Vnlo Fox, of liloomlngton. win in
tliucltv between tialns Tuesday visit
ing his parents, while onrouto for
Kxtension Agent, Henry
11. Fau ch)
Miss Myrtle Knsley, Clothing Spe
cialist of the Kxtcnai m Service
if .ends week in the County meeting
with Women's Clubs i ml g'ving de
monstrations on Sewing Machine At
tachments nml short cuts in sewing.
Tuesday eight delegates fiom Itcd
Oloud Community Club and seven
delegates from the north Red Cloud
Women's Club met in tho Aid Society
oom of the Brethren church. Mrs
Fred Meyer and Mrs. J. B. Wisccar
ver were chosen project leaders.
Wednesday five delegates from Get
To-Gather Women's Club, six dele
gates from Pleasant I'rakie and niw
delegates from Inavalo Culture Club
met in the Domestic Sc'cncc room of
the Inavale High School.- Mrs. Jaho
Farley," Mrs. Louise Olmstedo and
Mr. Cecil Bean were chosen project
Thu-sday six delegates from Clover
Loaf Olub and fifteen delegates from
Women's Club of Bladen met at Iver
son's off'cc for a demonstration. Mrs.
7ora Cox and Mrs. GMdic Mclllcce
nrc the protect 1c ders.
Friday U Garfield Wiling Work
ers met at the farm homo of Chester
Drake, Mrs Oliver McNutt was chosen
The Women!? Club at Guide Rock
had this work last yorr. The next
project to bo taken up is Dress Con
struct'on which comes, February 20th
Sunday- .s:!ioj'. i.l 10 u m,
iWoiiiing Service 11 ti. m. Subject:
"The Biiptlbm of the floly Spirit; Is it
poslhlo in 1023?"
livening subject: "The Church ntid
Modern Revivals; Sawdust and Per
sonal Magnetism, or What'.'
Tho Liud's Supper will bu observed
at morning service.
The Women's Mission Society at tho
church at !1 p in , Fiidsy.
Choir meeting at the Friday evening.
All who like to i-iug cordially United.
Mlss'lliiby Koon will lead the Hinging.
Arrangements have been mnde for
Special it I'Ptiugs, of which announce
ment will be made as soon as the
Huingclist llxiH the date.
I W. Kelson, Pastor,
English Lutheran Church
Regular services ovoiy first and third
Sunday In the mouth In tho Advomist
church at 11 a. m
0. R. Heinitz, Pastor.
Congregational Church Notes
Sunday School 10 a. in,
Morning service 11 a. in.
Evening service 7:30 p. in.
Kvoryotie'welcomo to these services
1 11 1
When you have trouble of any kind with
your Plumbing send us a hurry-up call and
we will respond "at once."
We realize the importance of giving
quick service at such times and we hold
ourselves ready to do so.
And if you have any Plumbing Supplies
to buy be sure to get our prices. We believe
they will save you money.
At Trine' s Hardware
With a, Small Amount of Fuel
Is the Most Essential Requisite of a Range
Jhc South Hoik! Malleable Range fills the hill in
every respect, and more. It is the finest looking range
fcuilt, ana is made o the best materials. We would
he glad of nn opportunity to convince-you that what we
say is true.
Wi?lrc'c'c'ivfJd'" notice from the wholesale
houses of an increase in prices of ranges effective Janu
ary 1st, but we will continue to sell whalfew ranges we
have at tie same eld 'price,
GEORGE W. TRINE
In a recent issue the Nebraska
City Press discusses federal said as
"Matching dollars, as the enemies
of the Federal Aid Highway, scheme
call it, is to be a great issue before
the Nebraska legislature next month,
for our contract with Uncle Sam" is
a.xm Jo expire and unless- w 'a'p
propn'ate a sum equal to that' which
the eovcrnment has set aside tfor
highway building and irAMvtlmient
in iooinsna wc snau hot get nis
financial aid.. There is a wiue-spread
protest growing over Nebraska
against Federal Aid appropriations,
with the, view, of course, of cutting
taxation. But whether cutting-this
oad making improvement scheme
out of the budget would be an econ
omic blessing in the future remains
to be seen. Nebraska's highways
have been the envy of visitor's from
other strtcs and they have hcerV the
mcuns of keeping trnnspoAation'bpen
all the year around. fJonniar&on,
if the roads in 1922 with those, of
1012, for instance, will make many
i rood Neb cskan hesitate before lie
insist in the abandonment of the
Federal Aid plan for building h'gh
wavs It is a well-established fart
thut highway maintcnenco left to the
counties is not satiefnetory. Fortun
ately there is little likelihood of Ote
County having bad roads, no matter
what sort of a scheme is adopted, but
that doesn't speak for other counties
where Federal Aid highway ma'hten-
ance has been the only saving grace
'n the road conditions of those sub
divisions. People who have no motor
cars insist, naturally, that well-kept
highways are a luxury for the motor
car owner. They are narrow visfoned
when thev adon't this view and ex
press such an argument. Good roads
spell success and comfort and good
ruismess for everv man, woman ami
child in Nebraska. To abandon good
roads 'n Nebraska would bo to com
nit iudustrirl and economic suieido."
Garfield Community Church
Sunday Services as follows:
HI a. in,, Sunday School. Subject
"The draco of Gratitude."
II a. iu. Sermon: "Tho Motive and
Ilnwtiril of Charity and Prayer."
7 p. m. Program by Young People.
7:15 p.m. Sormon: "A Threefold
The Chorus meets this week on Sat
urday evening ut 7:30 in the home, of
Mr. aud Mrs. N. P. Campbell. Every,
had a tine time last neck ut Lloyd
The Chorus is planning to give the
"Pink Hose" a servico of Song anil
Story, Sunday evening, Feb. 11. ' Plan
to be present. '
The Bulletin Board on tho triangle
north of the Church Is for public .use.
If you have anything for snlef adver
tise it on the "for sale" side. If ,you
waut anything advertise for it on ' the
"Wanted" aide. Malie this board a
Community exchange. , '
That's what you get when we do
your work. There is no "ifs," "ands"
or "buts" about it. The paper stock is
right, the work is right and the price is
We print most anything and keep
our promises on deliveries. When you
give us an order you need not worry about
it until it is time for you to have the finish
ed job on hand. And then it will be there
even before you can remind us of the de
Soldier State Bonus
I Place Your Coal
The Maloiie-Gellatly Co,
i , . ' : "r . W jTrf -tn. j"wi-v.-
The Nnbraslca ljiglslattira will soon
luivfi th" ti piiiliiuity to act on a stilt
bonus which will enny SHUUOUl to
be (llstiituti'tl among U'" .v-scrvlce
men of the ulate. Uep""uiit;ulvi- Kel
ler of Supeiior. pus i I'Diuiiianilei' of
that pet, with the alslaiice f other
e.-s'rvicrt melt tn the IegUlatiuedraft
ed a cnmpnsa'l n bill and p'aved H
before the house last Friday.
The bib ii'nvule lot- Hid piymtiit of
fifty ei.ls it day In ex.serviee iiumi for
each day of orvici: ;aIUi a uiaxliu'im
nllywunco of yi30
The moi.Oi ,1U hi- talsiid by iliioct
taxation fur u pmiod- of two years,
Cou-cteuilou! objotoisi mo burred
from participating In the bonus under
: the provisions of tho bill, A commlv
hion eiiii-lsting of the adjutan: geueial
and U other intMiiljoih chosen by tho
governor would superviits the cxpen.
tHtuie of the money Mid-West Vol.
Inavale local No. '202 wilt give u
Smoker "with all the furhteltlrigV at
the Fariners I'nlon ttatl at Inavale,
Thuihdey evening, February 8th. The
Ilov. David Simpson of the Methodist
church, a late resident of Alberta, will
dellvor an address on tho Growth and
Piogro&s of the l.'ulted Faniers of
A cordial welcome U o.nIoiiiIoiI to all
membors of the county, .bulb young
and old, back dues paid Alp ,cv not.
Uoa't.mWslt : v
-? A. h, Stouor, Pre.'v .
-. - Johu Hardwlck, Sec. .
Miss Edith Urcell was in Lebanon
getting dental work done.
Mis. Kit tic Noble and children Anna
aud Clifford spent Sunday with her
daughter Mis Paul Carper.
Commissioner K. 10 Spuirier is in
Topeka this wrelc.
Ilarvo Blair hauled .several loads of
corn fiom Inavale Saturday.
Hobt. I.aniiigau had the mibforliiue
of getting his aim badly hut t while
gettlt.g up wosd Saturday.
Rex llellhan and wife spent Sunday
with her parents (he Hobt. Lannignn
Mr. and Mrs. Jamoh McCaiy and sou
Alva have been quite sick with the llu
but are better ut this writing.
Mrs. K. 1). Spurrier uud Mrs. Hrnest
Freeman helped with the sick at the
McCary home Fiiday.
Master Glenn Spurrier spent Satin'
dav with Jack and Uuby lllalr.
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
Smith Bro's. Annual Sale
of Pure Bred Big Typef Poland
China Bred Sows.
To be held at the Farm 0 miles Northeast of
Superior and mile North of Cadams, Nebr., on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1023
All are Vaccinated. 55 Head. 0 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 are
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. RIDGLEY. W. C. HENDERSON. Auctioneers.
C. A. GOLDEN, Clerk.
ill1 r ii"" ' i1
Kim ih nijiiifi
OIX hundred miles of Catacombs or stone tombs were
y 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 hand, 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 ill
MET CALF & BRINKMAN
Local Manutactuiers :
Mfifm at Bai lev's Tie Barh nw .
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