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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1923)
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, GfflEP
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED KVEKY (THURSDAY
Cntorcd In the foetofllcc nt Med Cloud. Neb
M Becond Clan Matter
A. B. McAItTIIUK, Kdltor and Owner
Foreign, per column Inch I5c
FARM BUREAU NOTES
(By County Extensijn Agent, H. II.
GIRL'S CLOTHING OLUB
Girls'-of Red Cloud end vicinity aic
fiolicitcd to meet at the Court House
Saturday afternoon March 17th lit
2:30 p. m. Mrs. Max Mizer and Mrs.
Wm H. Thomas will organize the
Girl's Clothing Clubs for the ensuing
Mothers arc urged to attend this
meeting as well as the girls. Don't
wait for a special invitation. If In
terested plan to attend this meeting.
The goals for a 1-11 Club are &s
1. Five or more members working
on one club project. Active members
arc 10 to 18 years old inclusive. Those
Jibovc or below arc called associate
members and cannot compete for
2. A local leader in charge who is
3. A Club organization with their
own officers having charge of busi
4. At least six meetings during the
year. These are to include organiza
tion, and goals G, 7, 8 and 9.
5. A judging contest during the
0. A demonstration team giving at
least one public demonstration locally.
7. An exhibit of club work.
8. An Achievement Day. (The Fin
!). At least 60 of the members
filing final reports.
When the first four goals have been
lcportcd a .Standard Club Charter
is issued. When all have been attained,
the Seal of Achievement is awarded.
THE OLUB IN THE COMMUNITY
A Clothinir Club may be of splendid
help not only for tlie girls themselves
but for the community. It takes pub
lie-spirited leadership on the part of
sjme local woman together with that
of tlie parents and others to make a
club a success Such a club may insan
much in developing future lc&dcrship
among the boys and girls in the com
munity. Not only will the members
learn how to sew easily and well but
will learn something of "buy man
ship" and of being economically, neat
ly and (becomingly dressed. Such a
club develops self-reliance along a
lino girls will use throughout their
lives. If opportunities arc given for
public demonstrations the better prac
tices taught in the club problems may
,bc presented to others so that the in
fluence will be felt in the community
and the principles mudc firm in the
minds of the club members.
B. F. Reed icturncd home Wednes
day morning fiom Kansas City whcio
he has been for the past few days
attending to business matters.
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Owing to the thirty yeari ago file
being Incomplete there will be no
thirty year iiko Items for two weeks,
but after thnt tlioy will appear regular
with the othors.
10 YKARS AGO
Wc have just bought a tremendous
stock of Army Munson last shoes to be
sold to the public direct.
These shoes are 100 'per cent solid
leather with heavy double soles sewed
and nailed. The uppers are' of heavy
tan chrome leather with bellows tougue,
thereby making them waterproof. These
shoes are selling very fast and we ad
vise you to order at oucc to insure your
order being filled.
The sizes are 6 to 11 all widths; Pay
Postman on receipt of goods or send
money order. Money refunded if shoes
arc not satisfactory.
THE U. S. STORES CO.
1441 Broadway, New York City
Hubert Nciierburg whs in Franklin
Dr. ami Mis. Stockman entertained
the 5C0 club on Tuesday evening.
C. 15. Strong Is spending several
days in Culbertson this wet-It on buhl
Rev. 15. N. Tompkins left Monday for
Table Rock, where he will assist in
conducting revival meetings.
Lawrenco MuCiiII spent a few days
the first of the week In Yumn. Colo.,
attending to some business matters.
Hen Herrlck's team became frighten
o.l Tuesday and ran away. Hen wat
thrown out of the wagon and consider
ably bruised find scratched op.
E.'j. Ovprlng Jr., of the llrm of
Ovorlng Bro'8. and Company, left for
Wray, Colorado, on Monday, where he
spent several days attending to busi
pess matters. ,
On Monduy noon the fire depart
ment was called to the home of Wilbur
Hamilton, to extinguish a blaze which
hud caught from a defective flu. The
tire boys responded promptly nnd did
good work, us the flic had made con
slderable headway before being dls
covered. The damage done was about
Claude Starr Junior
Tho above appears on the hack of
10 YEARS A(iO
beautiful gold watch awarded
"Shooting Starr" 1 1-year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Starr of this
city, last Thursday night, at Sterliug.
Young Starr Is the pride of all Brush
llstic fans mid when he entered the
Sterling light fest, staged three duys
last week, many of his admirers uo
compalned him each night.
Starr won his bonis, with ettse the
first two nights, which quulillcd him
for tho finals of Tuesday Two other
tlj-pound sluggers showtd up In the
finals which meant that .some one must
enter two tights the last nitfht. Starr
diew Doviilt and had a wallt-away, in
spite of thi! fact that he was sick when
he entered the reaped arena. in the
secoud dtaw young Starr drew llauna,
who was declined tho scrappiest kid In
However, "Shooting Starr" had his
eye on one of those beautiful go'd
watches and spurred by this fact to
gether with some skillful coHOhing of
his promoter, Johnny Fiuiisilvcr und
the encouraging appeals from hun
dreds of admirers, ho continued the
bout for three rounds, when the
referee called the bout a draw.
On bohalf of "Shooting Slim" who
believes he cn beat Hunna, the Re
publican takes pleasuro In extending
the next bout which will probably be
held here sometime In March, and at
young Hanna a cordial invitation
which time the draw contest cau be
settled and the boxing gloves awarded.
PLUMBING B WIRING
We make a specialty of quick Repair work, keeping always
ready the materials for immediate service.
Or if you have new work that you wish us to figure on wc
will be very glad to submit prices.
Our work is guaranteed to give you satisfaction, and if you
arc not pleased in every way wc will spare neither time nor
cost to make it right.
At Trine's Hardware
A prairie lire raged northwest
town ln6t Tuesday and Wednesday.
Born, on Saturday, March 10,
Hon. Joseph (Jarber and wife, a son.
Several parties were in town to
prove up on their laud, last Saturday.
J. S. Uuthrock has purchased !P HJ
O'Connor's saloon and will cqnlUnVe;
the business at the same place ' W '
In the demolishing of the old etpne
store on the corner, another of ll&'bld
. . . uy, -,
land-marks lias ueeu swept away.
We learn that H. C. Scott, residing
on Indian creek, lost all his hayiind
stables by prairie lire last Tuesday."
Sewaid (Jarber came up fromQmaha
last Saturday to spend a few dayp un
der tho parentul roof-tree. Ho looks
us natural as life, but has grown much
Mr. and Mrs. G. Ohmstede, Sr.,
arrived in Uulde Rock from Callforniu,
Sunday morning for a months visit
with their three sous south of town
and other relatives Everybody Is
glad to meet Mr. Ohmstede again and
UJshake hhand Guide Rock Signal.
Elmer McLean sawed
Myers Bros, shelled corn
Remember that this office is
fully equipped to do every kind
of job-printing from the hand
bill to to the dainty calling card
-and do it neatly, promptly,
efficiently and well.
Our prices are as moderate as
the quality of our work is high.
The fted Cloud Chief
Dr. W.H. Mc Bride Df.R. V. Nicholson
ARE YOU SATISFIED
WITH YOUR RANGE?
Sometimes people put up with incon
veniences'andfget along with a range, that is
not entirely satisfactory becausethey have
become used to it. We would suggest that
you come and see the one we have selected
for our customers.
GEORGE W. TRINE
ClilVoid Noble went to Smith Center,
Edd Elliott went to the Tallman
sale last week.
Suveial in the neighborhood started
plowing for small grain.
Edd Elliott marketed several toaiN
of hogs in Iuavale, Saturday.
Hurve Blair shelled corn Fiiday.
Frank Slbert shinned stock from
Clill'oid Noble and Brick Dlckerson
went to Iuavale, Monday.
Paul Carper and family spent Sun
day at Frank Browns.
W. II. Blair nnd family ".pent Sun
day at Dave Unbinds.
Loyd Slbert and Ora I'rlll hauled
corn fiom Iuavale, Monday.
Frank Brown's were Sunduv evening
visltois at Fred Blown-..
Mr. and Mrs. Myers went to the
dance Saturday night.
Edd Elliotts went to Bed Cloud,
John Collins moved to the Leader
hrnudt place last week.
Summons by Publication
k The defendants, to-wit:' Mssnn
Oregg, Charles B. Kyper, all persons
having or olnlmiug any Interest in
Lots "Four (4) and Five (f), in Block
Thirteen, (13) of the Village of (Juide
Bock, Webster County, Ne.bias.kn, real
names unknown, will take notice that
on the 2Gth day of February, 102:1, that
llalph W McCallum and Jessie MoCal-
lum filed their petition of the District
Court or Webster County, Neliruslm,
tho object and prayer of whioh is that
their title in and to Lots Pour (4) and
Five (5) hi Block Thirteen (13) in the
Viliifge of Guide Rook, Webster Conn.
ty, Neurnsuu. bcquleted and confirm,
ed lu them, and thuft a certain deed re
corded in Book K nt. piiges 51:1 and fil3
of the County Clerk's records of Web
ster County, Nebraska, bo cancelled
and that the cloud on plaintiilV title
by reason of said deed be lemoved,
nnd that tho def ndants nnd each of
them, to.wit: Mason Uregg, Ch ulcs B,
Kysi-r, all persons having or elaiming
any interest in Lots Four (II and Five
(5). in Block Thiiteen (13) of tho Vill
age of Guide Rock, Webster County,
Nebraska, be re-strained hikI enjoined
from in any manner Inteifei -lug with
encumbering, conveying or clouding
the pinititltl.s' litle or in any manner
interferiug with the possession thtie. i
of, and that said defendants named
and designated herein be c.xuludcd '
from having or claiming any light,
title or interest In .said teal estate anil
for an order authoii.iug seivico ty
puhlieatinu on said defendants, and for
.such other and turt her relief as may'
he just and equitable
Vou are required to answer mid peti
tion on or before Monday the Hi day of
April. l!23, or judgment will bo enter-1
Dated February 27, 1U2:I.
Ralph W McCullnin,
By V. .1. Monday, Their Attoiuev.
OVER STATE BANK
Roundhouse Forcnn.n J. W. Hauck
spent (i few bonis in Franklin Thurs
day attending to husinc s matters.
Garfield Community Church
OR YOUR NEIGHBORS
It is just as easy for you to call one as the
other. Merely give your instructions to the
operator she calls you when connections are
made the small charge appears on your next
statement. Surely simple, isn't it?
Long Distance Service
is now within the reach and avilable to
everyone. Its uses are wide and varied: the
cost small and hardly noticeable.
The operator is ready now to
serve you, to help you transact
business or connect you with far
away relatives and friends.
Lincoln Telephone & Telegraph
The Divine Na
Place Your Coal
The Mallone-Gelatly Co.
In a in., .Sunday
11 a. in.. Sermon:
tuiv of ,lous "'
7::t0 p. m. I'logram by .luiiloih.
Slop, in, Heimon: "Rowing
Th Choi us' will meet Saturday
owning In the home of Mr. and Mrs.
15. 1". Slilpniau for practice on the
W.istcr music You will enjoy tho
singing anil the good time following.
Everyone Is asked to bring a pencil
along this week.
The theme for tho .lunior.s' evening
program is ''The Hoys and Girls of the
Hihli''", Come and hear their stories
of the lllble boys anil girls.
The evening sci inon Is the first of a
smiles of hoitnous that will be given
iroin mini in ume nun tno spring on
"The Laws of Life.'' This Hist treats
of the l.uw of the llamst or us a man
sown so tdiall ho leap, I'lnn to hear
the entire series. '
The morning bermoii is a lesponso to
the ipiustluii as to whether .leans was
Divine as well as human. This will
be followed later by a sermon on the
human nature of Jesus,
THE Surcophagus, or stone coffin, has been used by the
more civilized peoples since tlie 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.
Scaled by hand, within the grave, it becomes one solid
piece of eternally protecting masonry. For every funeral:
THE NORWALK VAULT
All Good Undertakers Recommend the Nonvalh
the Best INSIST upon it'
MET CALF & BRINKMAN
Office at Bailey's Tie Barn
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