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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1923)
RED OLOnD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
W M K X X
OS TOLD TO US
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Sen L W.rrii'U, '.list.
Fred Copley was down from lna-
PIANOS ,0 ,0 Di$C0UnJ
is plann .llffci.nl maV.i
p. JFM'-up'I,ii rraiJ, taken hick fui nun paxnrni
nl InMMImrnu. lot irilck ! will il icounl Ihe
anyiunt altrn.tr pM Kiillv nuitantr..!. rinlrln tout
oMnlino. I air tetmt on Inlanrr. KMi-fof ffrr tut
A. IIOSFE CO., Omalia, Nclr.
Tor 49 Yir Nabraski'a Mmlc Center
I WAYl'I.!) Mini with car to soil
0'iiiii'lf inn Imv pili'cd TIRU.H AND
1 I'lMir.s $IOll.(Hi per Hwlt Storlltlf-
i ,.!'.. I' i , Sii-i iifi,'. I', Liw uit)l.
Next Thursday is Cicorgo
Inn. Silvcv was down from Inuv.ilc
''itrsdny v ftenioon.
Smith Uron. $: Copley unloaded a
cat oC Fordtf Tuesday.
IaH. llub:.U:.. of lllndun was in tlic
city Tuosdi'y aftcrrTOon.
Joe NoeloUe wiw a passenger to
Guide Rock Friday morning.
Mrs. V. J. Linn was a passenger
to Superior Monday morning.
Cecil Rruncr wus a passenger
Hastings Thui.sdny morning.
Marion Mojm was a passenger
Lincoln Friday morning on train 4.
Furl Hall and Frank Peterson were
in Kansafi City the first of the week.
Frank Gowdcn is able to be at the
store again after several wocks illness.
Miss Forn Smith was a passenger
to Hasting-? Wednesday morning on
. J. K, Rutlcr wont to Ciuide
Thur-(!a morning to pond the
.Judge L II. Ulr.cklcdgc wan a pas
senger to Alma Thuvxday morning on
Rev. S 11 tnlmpn wa
I ' Hlooniington Fridav
Mr. W. II. French went to Frr.nk
lin Friday morning to i'.pond the dry
visiting with friends.
F. It. Hughe; went to Hastings Fri
day morning to spend the day attend
nig to business matters.
Harry Yost has returned home from
Esbon, Kansas, where he had been re
ce'ving medical treatment.
Mrs. J. C. Mitchell went to Hfist
ings Tuesday morning to spend the
day, returning home that evening on
liert Anderson and B. Aubushon
nutoed to Stapleton Sunday to spend
a few days.
Mrs. Moranville went to Lincoln
Sunday morning to visit her daughter,
.The Red Cloud High Basket Rail
team will play the Bloomington team
here Friday evening.
A large nurfjber of the citizens of
this community have been kick with
the flu the past week.
Mrs. J. W. Corbctt has moved into
the residence recently vacated by Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Stroup.
Fred Temple of Kansas City spent
Saturday hero attending to buninc
matters, roturn'ng to his home Sunday
If yon h,' Kuv Kir, Nose oi
Tli i oat ttouiilnor ni'fd kIhsl"j sn' Dr.
Wiirrlek. Tin- .Specialist at Dr. Darner
alls Wed im. day, Fflntiiiry Ul f loins
Owing to the cold weather and the
pu'vali'iieo of lllncs it has ln-t n de
cided to dispense with tin' meeting of
Chin ity loiige A. F ,fc A. M. Filday
V. A. Kent returned home Friday
morn'ng en tra;n 11 from St. Francis,
Kansas, where he had been spending
the past few days attending to busi
Amos Dill n, 0. It. Abby, Ohas.-K.
Gurney, Fred M. Hurst ami Fred Cor
bett wont to Kansas City Sunday
morning in charge of the stock ship
incuts from here.
Mr. ami Mrs. Cecil Harrctt returned
home Wednesday evening from York
where she has been spending the past
thicc weeks visiting with her parents
and with friends.
HOARD OF KMTATION IN
SFSS10N ON MON'IUY
Red Cloud, NeOuiska
I! i U, 1"U.
TIi Hoard of lMiK'ation net r.
special ses ion at t'-.e call of the IV i
lent at 8 .'clock p. in. All mem'icis
present except C. J. lipt
The follow;ng( hills weie (.Mowed
and Sen clary instructed to draw wvi
rnnts tor the fame:
b. R Florence .
Amer can Hook Co
Ginn & Co.
It. P. Wccsner Co
Webster Co. Argus
SiIpi r.urdett Co.
Allyu & llacon
Fnhoisiiy Pub Co.
' 'iiic il v of Nebraska
Sam F..x Pub Co.
Co . W. Johnson
Johnson & Grahs.m
Red Cloud Chief
A H. Gelwlck -
Piatt & Frees
W G. Hamilton ..
Aupi. uciwiCK mane a detailed re
port of his attendance at the meeting
of School Riards of Nebraska held at
Lincoln in January.
On motion the Superintendent and
Secretary were instructed to prepare
a teacher's salary schedule for tho
cons'dcration of the Hoard at next
No further business the Hoard ad
journed to meet March R, 1923.
R. F. PERRY,
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Wm. McRride arrived home Tues
day evening on train 11 for a visit
with his parents, Mr. r.nd Mrs. R. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hamilton re
turned homo Wednesday morning
after a few days in Franklin spent
Harvey Shrincr and Lulu Stethern,
both of Riverton, were married by
County Judge A. D. Ranney, Wednesday.
County Highway Commissioner
George Overing returned home Satur
dav evening from Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, where he has been spending
the past four weeks visiting with his
mother and with friends
Dave Smith, boiler maker foreman
for the Burl'ngton at McCtook, spent
Wednesday here attending to matters
in connection with his work, returning
home on No. 17 that evening.
Mr. and Ms. N. B. Bush went to
Oxford Thursday morning on train 15
they being called by the death of an
uncle of hers. Mr. Bush returned
home on No. 1G Friday morning.
OUR PRICES MEAN
Buying your Grocery needs here brings
more than a momentary saving. It
brings a saving in health and strength
as well as added values in energy.
Purity is the watchword of this store.
All the food-stuffs we handle must be
measured up to our high standard of
quality or they do not reach our shelves.
P. A. WULLBRANDT
Groceries and Queensware
Mrs. W. L. Abby of Blue Hill was
a passenger to Mountain Grove Mis
souri, from here Thursday morning
on train No. 1C.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Conley and
Mrs. Kennedy were down from Tnc
vale Wednesday afternoon.
II. G. Hulsebusch went to St.
Tuesday morning in charge of
stock shipped from Lester. -
Miss Helen Reiher and Miv. Fred
Maurcr went to Hastings Monday
niorning to spend the day.
J. C. Mitchell went to Hastings
Monday nurn'ng to spend the day at
tend'ng to business matters.
A. II. Lech returned to his home at
Pawnee Scturday morning on train 16
after a short visit here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Grimes and chil
dren went it Hastings Saturday, morn
ing to spend me day, rcuinunK '.
on No. 11 that evening.
Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Camp returned
home Tuesday evening from McCook
where they went a few days ago for
a short visit with friends.
George Cather, of Bladen, has been
here for the past few days visiting nt
the home of his brother, C. F. Cather,
and -with other relatives.
Miss Davis went to Superior Thurs
day morning on train 16 to spend a
few days visiting with her parents.
Wm. Letson of Oakland, California,
arrived here Sunday morning he be
ing called by the death of his mother.
Thorval Jcn'cn returned to his woik
here Monday miming alter spending
Sundny in McCook visiting
' Five cars of hogs and four carloads
of cattle to Kansas City comprised
the stock shipments from her Sunday
Mrs. Paul Pope of Hastings spent
Thursday here visiting with relatives
and friends, returning home Friday
morning via auto.
John Neuerbcrg returned home Sun
day evening on No. 17 from Hot
Springs, Arkansas, wheie he has been
spending the past few weeks.
Marklc H. Strait, of Concordia, Kan
s&s and Stella B. Brown of Mnnkato,
Kansas, were married by County
Judge A. D. Ranney Mo-mtoy
II. K4 Shaw arrived here Monday
evening from St. Jociwith his carload
of household effects. He will make
his 'uture home on a farm near here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. R. Frazior and
children went through here Thursday
morning enroute to Pittsfield, Pennsyl
vania, where he has accqpted a posi
tion with the General Electric Coi
Mr. Frazier has been at Riverton for
the past few months. '
Mr. and Mrs. Pcrrv were passeii
gers to Harvard Thursday morning on
train 4 alter spending sthe past few
weeks here visit'ng at the home of his
son, County Clerk B. F. Perry and'
Mrs. E. A Mitchell and son, Mark,
arrived here Tuesday morning on
train 14 from Akron, Colorado, for a
few days vsit i't the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Hauck and with other
Stacc Morhart reutrned home Sat
urday evening on train 11 from Omaha
where he has been spending tho past
week attending to business matters.
Mrs. Alvcna Burg went ti Pawnee
Monday morning on tra'p 16 after
spending the past few weeks here
visiting with her mother, Mrs. Maude
Wm. Letson intends returning to h's
home at Oakland, California, Wednes
day evening on train 17. Ho wns
called here by the death of his nnthei
and the serious illness of his brother,
Mr. and Mr.;. Frank Sutton and chil
drcn arrived here .Mondays evening
from Lcmoyne for a week's vis't here
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V.
Duckcr and Mrs. Mary Sutton and
A. B. Allen, Collector of Internal
Revenue for Nebraska, stales that a
lepresentative of that office will hs
in Red Cloud, March 2, JJ and Cth to
assist the taxpayers in filing income
Mrs. N. B. Bush returned home Fri
day morning from Oxford whore she
was called a few days ago by the
death of a relative.
Player Plnno at a Barftaini-Wo
have a player piano in good condition
that ono of our customers was unable
to finish paying for, that wo will plane
froo of charge In tho hmiielof any satis
factory customer In tho vlulnity of Red
Cloud who will pay tho balance In cash
or oasy payment). Write GASTON
MUSIC & FITRNITUUECO., Hastings,
C. M. Funk returned to Superior
Sunday morning on No. 16 after spend
ing a couple of days here visiting at
the home of his Fistcr, Miss Julia
Mr. and Mrs. John Sells and child
ren returned home Tuesday evening
from Hurwell where they have been
for the past ten days visiting with
OVBU STATB ANK I fc ,,,,, uUn ,.,,,.,
W. G. Hamilton went to Omalia
Monday morning to spend a few days
attending a meeting of tho Retail
Clothiers Association being held there
Farm Loans. Read This.
I am in the farm loan business and
am malting quite u success of it for
various reasons. I have the very low
est rate of interest going and by all
odds the best option oiferud. There i
no ilelny in closing a loan, as it is
practically closed tho moment the
application is made I havo certain
udvuiitiigos that c iiatilt s me to" .save
many of yoii'froni $20 to $'10 in neKOti.
atlng tho loan. You get tho entire
f.ico Of tho loan, its no portion of il
Mr. and Mrs. Chal Gollatly weie
pas engcrs to Omalia Tuesday morn
ing on train 4 where ho will spend a
few days attending a meeting held
there this week by the Nebraska Lum
ber Dealers Association.
Lee Walker's brand of harness and
prices are spreading far beyond th
limits of Webster county as on Tues
day he disposed of three sets of work
harness to John and George Specht
and John Borendes of Orleans.
The initiatory and second degree
were conferred on wo candidates by
the I. 0. O. F. degree teams Monday
evening. The attendance has been in
creasing and next Monday evening
after the work a lunch will be served.
FARM BUREAU NOTES
County Extension Agent, II. It.
Accieditcd Farm Flocks
0. N. Summers, Poultry Specialist,
insj ccts poultry on iurms that mc
being acci edited and males breeding
pens. Following is the lht in Web
ster county: Emil Blumcuthal, Blue
Hill, White Wyandottcs; Mrs. C. Esh
clim n, Red Cloud, White Wyandottcs;
Mrs Robert Fausch, Guide Rock,
White and Barred Plymouth Rocks;
Henry Iambrecht, Inavalc, White
Leghorns; Marqu'st Merrill, Red
Cloud, White Leghorns; Mrs. A. Ar
nold, Inavale, S. C. Rhode Island Reds,
Mrs. H. Fnusch, Guide Rock, S. C.
Rhode Island Reds: Mm John Erick
son, Red Cloud, Silver Laced Wyan
dottcs. Accredited Farm Flocks 1922
Mrs. A. Arnold of Inavale had the
only accredited flock in 1922. Her
14.5 hens averaged 113 eggs. There
were 201 accredited flocks in Nebras
ka with an average of 133 hetiB nnd
thoy produced an average of 113.5
eggs. The rank of breeds arc first
S. C. White Leghorns, second S. C.
Rhode Island Reds, third S. C. Brown
Leghorns, fourth Wh'tc Wyandottcs,
fifth Burred Rocks, sixth Buff Or-ph-ngtins,
seventh White Rocks,
e'gth It C. Rhode Island Reds, ninth
Black Minorcas, tenth White Orphing
tons. There were 116,409 farm flocks in
Nebraska and almost that many town
flocks. The state average for hens
fo 70 eggs. If culling end better nictli
ods were applind to the average State
Flocks we could easily increase the
eug production Vj and at 20 cents per
docr. tliH would amount. 10 .-j,uii,-398
20 per year. In Webster county
it would amount to $129,019 97.
Guide R:ck Community Club
The Guide Rock Community Club
held a banquet for Live Stock Club
rovs from Guide Rock vicinity. The
banquet was held at the Bushec hotel.
A short program was given after the
Lorimor Etlsou talked on Calf Club;
Eugene White on, Pig Club; W. B.
Vnnco on, Dad's View of Club Wotk;
Harry Vaughan, Business Man' View
of Club Work; C. B. Steward, Breed
ers' View of Club Work; Henry It
Fausch, Live Stock Clubs.
Lorimer Edson and Eugene White
have won many honors in Club work
and both told of their experience i.
W. H. Vance told how his sm,
Snencer. became interested in Club
work 4 year.-, ago and today they were
breeding pure bred cattle and nog?..
Harry Vaughan told of the good
Club work had done for his son and
what it would mean to other city bojs
especially those who expect to be the
business men of the future. The train
ing along this line would help him t
understand the farmers' problems.
C. P.. Steward, told why the brooder
was interested i Live Stock Clubs.
He said few men are in the pure bred
livestock business for profit alone.
Their love for good stock is cither
innate or has been acquired lrom ob
servation, study and association nnd
in any event it hfi made an idealist
olit of him. The mind fashions models
of his favorite breed nnd he strives to
attain this goal.
Mr. Steward paid tribute to the
Guide Rock Community Club for the
interest they were taking in Live
Stock Club Avork nnd he didn't won
der that Guide Rock Community has
si much good live stock.
SECOND ANNUAL SPRING SALE, FEB.
27-28, 1923. TWO DAYS, ONE
CATTLE ONE HOGS
To be held at the Fair Grounds at Nelson. Rain
or shine on above dates.
We are pleased to present this offering to the buyeri at our Sec
ond Annual Spring Sale as it is one that will be a credit to the As
sociation. The consignors arc all reliable men and guarantee the
buyers a square deal, and furthermore there will be no by-bidding;
everything listed is to sell.
Sale will be held in comfortable quarters and lunch will, be
provided at noon each day, so come early and spend the day and
be sure to bring the boy along.
The cattle, which will be sold the first day, consist of the most
popular blood lines; are growthy, not pampered and will do the
buyer lot of good. All are tuberculin tested and sold subject to a
60-day rctest under conditions stated in the contract.
A select offering of sows and gilts and a few boars make up the
offering for the second day. They are bred right; are a real bunch
of producers and arc of the big stretchy type which prodnce 'big
litters and are market toppers. All are cholera immuncd.
THIRTY FIVE HEAD OF CATTLE
16 Shorthorn .Mi ' 10 Shorthorn Cows and Heifers
4 Polled Shorthorn 2 Polled Shorthorn Cows
2 Red Polled 1 Red Polled Cow
Several of the cows have calves by side and all females will
prove a good buy for the boy or for the old man cither. We know
that the bulls will please and they will make good to the buyer.
SECOND DAY OF SALE, ABOUT 40 HEAD OF HOGS
Twenty head of Poland China hogi and a similiar number of
Duroc Jersey; three Chester Whites and three head of Hampshircs
make up the offering for the second days sale. There are a few
hoars consigned one Duroc Jersey, three Polauds and three Hamp
shircs. These hogs have been selected from the best herds of the
country and are o. k. in every respect.
j&' Write Lawrence Smith at Superior for Catalogue.
Col. J. C. Price will conduct the auction and he will bcassistcd
by Cols. Henderson, C. M. Livingston and John Waldron.
J. H. BAILKY,
One carload of hogs nnd one of hogs
nnd cnttlo mixed to St. Joe and one
car of hogs to Kcnsas City were ship
ped from Lester Tuesday morning.
Ono carload ot hogs were shipped
from here to St. Joe Tuesday morning.
F. R. Hughes has sold bis Suitator.
lum to Roy Barnes, of Franklin, who
takes possession next. Monday. Mr.
Barnes is n brother of Mrs, John Kur.
rush and has hail cousldornblo o.xpcr
iouctt In his Hade Mr. add Mrs.
Himhus will niovo to Superior where
ho will be associated with a tailoring
firm, Mrs. Hindu's will bo inhsed In
tin musical olrclo huro ua sholhad taU
en part In all affairs of this activity..;
Card of Thanks
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that wo have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and we are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Wo wihh to expiess our gratitude Uw
tho many friends who assihtod at the
time of our sou's illness and denth and
and for th beautiful floral oiferlngs
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Conley,
and daughter Gertrude-.
To Whom Concerned
I hereby clve nntiuu that I will
longor bo responsible- for tho payment
of any dibtn Inclined by my wife
Mangle Merrill. DaU'd February 3.
19JII. Ony G. Mori ill
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
WE ARE SHOWING
HATS & CAPS
See our Display in our South Window.
New Stetson Blocks in the New Spring Shades.
WE HAVE ALSO RECEIVED MANY NEW
FOR MEM AND YOUNG MEN
SEE THE NEW SPORTS
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