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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1923)
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEf GarfieJcI Community Church-
Rod Cloud, Nobrnsktv !
PUOlilbHKD hVhKV THUKSI'A
ICntcrrct In the I'oMoMIip lit Itnl ( limit, Nnl
an Hocnnil ClnsR Matter'
A. H. McAUTIIUil, Killtnr ami Owner
Fnroltfn, por column Inch 15c
Locivl. 2il 15
CoDgregational Church Notes
Suiiiltiy School lOu.tift.
Morning service 11 a, in. '
Evening service 7:!J0 p. m
Eveijoitc welcome- to these services
Walt rnrSpnhn'H DurooHale, Fob.SG,
t tli( farm 14 inllu from Superior.
Lie hi bed ns lone us you can, urges
1'aul Politicly. Expenses stint as
noon ns you get up.
Ike lolilisoli, snys befote manyiug,
every voting lwly Hliould test her
suitor's disposition by making lilm
nrry a mattress npstnliH.
10 a. in , Sun. lay se,lnol Stinjeel:
"1 ho Right I'm- of 'lilm ami Talents '
, ike H:l I-',MJ
11 ii. in.. Serninin-'-Tlic Appeal of
i7::i() p. in. Si'rvico of song ami Ulble
HUSf IclllM "
M.I5 p. in, Set moll by Iih II. Wagon
or. UV were again ilNsipoliiti-il Sunday
evening In not being able to render
till! I'llllt ItOSH SelVlee. 'Illl fill tilled.
imI a lurie part of hint Chorus Includ
ing lite lender so if w.i iteeesiiry to
postpone it iignlii Tim Mum plamu'il
I'm it, will Iih tin- billet p.irt of .Vutch
or Hit! lot i putt of Apiil
Tne Scivico of Hiblc (Jite'sllons will
liij of intciest inul value In a special
way on Siimlay evening It is quite
geaeial In nattiio covering several In.
tciosting phases of Ulblo History.
'i'lio Choi iih will meet again on Sat
unlay evening in tin- homo of Mr and
Mrs. Oliver MoNutt to work on the
Easter Mimic. A full lepicsentatlon
of tint Chorus Is lequested.
English Lutheran Church
Regular services every Hist ami third
Sunday in the mouth in t ho Adven'ist
church at 11 u. m
O. It. He'.nltz. Pastor.
New Spring Patterns
Now On Sale
CHAS. L. COTTING,
PLUMBING OR WIRING
Wc make a specialty of quick Repair work, keeping always
ready the materials for immediate .service.
Or it you have new work that ou wish us to figure on wc
will be yciy glad to sttbmi, prices.
Our work is guaranteed to give you satisfaction, and if you
arc not pleased iu evciy way wc rill spare neither tune nor
cost to make it light.
Al Trine's Hardware
ARE YOU SATISFIED
WITH YOUR RANGE?
Sometimes people put up with incon
veniences and get along with q range that is
not entirely satisfactory because they have
become used to it. We would suggest that
you come and see the one we have selected
for our customers.
GEORGE W. TRINE
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
I Mint1 Ludlow luii mow'd .to Red
Wright Thnrnbitrg was in Lincoln
Miss Stella Duelier was down from
Rlveitoti hiHt Saturday.
Al Ault' brought In a wolf Wednes
day which he killed over by the. river
Sam MinKey left tbi week for a
visit in Washington, Katun, whole
his parents reside.
The lee gorge above the mill dam on
S.itiuilav niuht wnt bio n out with
il.Miamlle, so as nut to injure, the lieu
W C, Cox, who has been visiting bis
patent'-, returned to Holdroge, where
lie Ih night yurdintister in the 15 it M.
J. S. Rothrock and Henj. Ludlow are
going to put up" ii brick building ifO
feet long and two stories high, near
the Holland house thin summer.
10 YKAltS AGO
Attorney Ilcrnnrd McNeny and wifo
left Wednesday morning for Lincoln
on a visit.
Miss Grace Klusel is visiting at the
homo of Warren Lutigtlti and family
in Hastings this week.
W II. Fisher returned from Missouri
Saturday, where he had beou fur some
time past visiting his father.
Father Fitzgerald was called to
Omuha, Monday, by the serious illness
of his sister who resides at that place.
Frank Cowdeu of the Oowden-Kaley
Clothing Co , has returned from his
putehn.se trip to the eastern markets.
) tiny Hriulbook, of limning, interest
ed with the Saunders Ilros. iu a him.
ber yard nt that place spent several
days iu town last week.
Dun Oarber, "The Corn King." who
since disposing of a part of his hold
ings, has spent the time cutting coif
pons from his botidt,, spent n tew days
tho first of the week mixing with the
Answers A. L. Stoner
In last weeks paper there was an
itemou "luavale Local (lives Smoker"
Special mention was made in regard to
the absence o' the business men, say
ing they were sent invitations, some
received them and some did noti
Hut it was through no ill fueling
they were not there, for J am sure, they
wish all you Ruiuer Union people,
tile best oi luck, ami iu business or
anything you timleitalcc. We me not
only inteiested iu your business but
our busltus- Ico
Theie's plenty of room at the top
without pushing (Iih other fellow utV
There were meetings at tho church
at the same lime, v licit) some went to
lourii to live lives, useful, Christian
lives, so when they depait. fto.u this
life, they will no where there is no
smoke, but Eternal Life.
If wo just knew a word of kindness
Or a little word of cheer,
Would help our fellow men,
.Make lite to him more dear.
lirother, let tit. help unuh other,
AVe all have our work to do.
Life will be tiiiire worth whlluj
If you help tin ami 1 help you
When we meet at the bar of justice,
Ami our race witli lite is run;
lie w'lll not ask, il we've tilled the Soil,
lint if our life's work has been we'l
Fiom ouo who Is interested iubiiving
sums, us well as saving money.
Income Tax Returns
Grace Church Notes
I'rbhiy. Pebm.iM 'Jlnl, L'.t.m nnl
Aduiesh tit l:ifi p. in.
Secoii I Numiiiy In Lent- Feb. .'.' 1 1 .
Ktiud.i School tit 10 a. m.
.Morning Service tit II a. in.
Vesper Service at I :.'(().
Wednesday, February '.'Sill. Litany
and AdiiresH at b p. m,
At any all of these set vices you ate
Sunday sjhool at 10 a in.
Morning servlen 11 u. tu, Subject:
"Spiiitual l'lifhlbililies In l'.m "
Hvening Nei vice nl 7:'!0 Subject:
'The Church and Modem IleVltuls"
Kcgttlar monthly Covenant meeting
on WcdtiCMlny evening ut 7:!l(i.
Cordial invitation to all of above
I V. I'dson, Pricitnr.
Why Keep Advertising?
For Sule: Itegisterotl Hampshire
llrood Sows and (lilts, at iLitsdnabio
prices 75 bead to pick from. V; mile
east of Cowles cemetery Waller
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by the amount of
insurance you carry.
Don't lull yourself into a fancied
Because tire has never touched you
It doesn't. follow that you'reiuimuno
Tomorrow no today, if you have
time and you better 11 ml time
come to the olllrce and we'll write
u policy on your house, furniture,
store or merchandise.
-LATER MAY HE TOO LATE-'
O. C. TEEL
When business is stack wit)- Advertise?
Did you ever notice that it lakrs time and
persistence to accomplish an) tiling worth
while? You can't advertise today and
expect to find your store crowded tomor
row, unless you have through constant
advertising educated the public to read
The majority of people are slow to act.
You have to tell them the same thing over
and over again before they will heed your
Advertise now for the business you hope
to do next month-it is the cumulative
effect that brings results.
The Red Cloud Chief
T n -T- T
Place Your Coal
Arrival of the period tor llllng in
come tax leliirns ,latiiiar 1 to March
15, livjjl- present!) to Amoiluuu Citb
ens and residents the question, "Am
I required to II Iu a return?"
Requirement to tile an income tax re
tirn rests upon every hinglo person
whose net income lor 1022 was $1000 or
niore, or whose gross income was $5,-
000 or more; and upon every married
person ivlmse net income was $2000 or
more or whose gi oss incomes was S5,
000 or mote, regardless of whether or
not the income U taxable. Failure or
' willful lefusal " to tile u return sub
JOiMs the delinquent to a severe penal
To all who tiled a return last year,
a blank form for the 11122 return has
been mailed. However, failure to iv
euivu a form does not lelleve the tax.
piverof his obligation to tile a lettiin
ami pay the tax on lime
Necessary f oi ins can be proem ed at
any hunk, or by milking request of
C illector nf Internal Revenue, Omaha,
3 n c
flsHB BflFiflRni WEU&r Vv
at the farm Vz mile North of the Northwest cor
ner of the city limits of Superior
se Big Qrawd! GfaamiDini
Barsy Intense Pathfinder
lAJrci! AT NOON. SALS' UM)!5k COVKR.
COL. W. C. HENDERSON, Auct.
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JMIM. OBUJCI MMJrasf
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0) & M WHjSS,
STATE BANK OF SUPERIOR, Clerk.
I The Malone-Gellatly Co.
Kr.ES. V. NiGholson
THE Sarcophagus, or stone coffin, has been used by the
more civilized peoples since the days of the early
Egyptians. Its successor today is the Norwalk Vault.
Luxuriantly carved and painted were the sarcophagi of the
Greeks and Romans, but the Norwalk Vault of moulded
granite combines quiet dignity with its rugged strength.
Sealed by 1iand, within the grave, it becomes one solid
piece of eternally protecting masonry. For every funeral:
THE NORWALK VAULT
All Good Undertakers Recommend the Norwalk
the Best INSIST upon i"t'
wmn.'w ! iiwiiin
METCALF & BRINKMAN
Office at Bailey's Tie Barn
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