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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. CHIEF
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Kntercd In the I'oitoffirc nt IUd riotid.Kob
ai Hocond Clu Matter
A. B. MoARTHUR, Editor ami Owner
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
Local. ' " " 12.t 15
for Tax Auditors
Washington, D. C , March l!, 1023.
Uncle Sam Is raising still hiKhcr his
requirements for internal revenue ae
ountants. Announcement just Isbiied
by the Civil Service Commission of an
examination throughout the country
on April 7 for auditor, Income Tax
Unit, which includes both auditors in
Washington and agents in the field
fiorvlec, calls for four yearn' com mere
ial accounting e.xperiouco ub u urere
quioite to entrance to the written ex.
amiuutlon, which double;, the foruier
experience requirement. Those who
qualify in the examination are given
additional training at Government ex
pense, and u preliminary work petiod
under the supervision of experienced
auditors. The Government is thus
making a determined effort to have
tax returns examiued and taxes assess
ed by a body of thoroughly competent
accountants in order that tlio returns
nay be audited with speed and aocuacy.
Full information regarding the ex.
amination, and application blank!",
nay be obtained from the United
States Civil Service Commission,
Washington, D.' C or the secretary
of the board of U. S civil. nervier ex
aminers at the post ofllce. or custom
house in any city.
A bad snow storm viilted this pur;
of the country Inst week.
Ora Prill and Bert (lass were in
I'rod Brown went to Suiilh Center
Mrs. Molar is on. the sick list
Dr. Morrison hhi culled to Eartile
Mrs. I'aul Carper spent Wednesday
in the Pawnee neighborhood.
Frank Brown w. nt to Womer Satur
dny. Ko'-s Brooks who has icslded most
of Ins lifetime west of Bladen, h:is
been appointed Postmaster at Camp
bell and moved to that place dining
the. past week. The Campbell Citizen
says' Boss Brooks and family moved
into town March 1st, taking up quar
ters in the place vacated by I.eudorc
Brouillette. Mr. Brooks has received
his commission, and arranged all the
preliminaries to take over -the post
oflice At. tho close of the present week.
An Inspector has been hero checking
up the retiring postmaster, and (in
Btruuting the new one. It is under,
stood that Miss Hazel Fulton Mill be
assistant tinder the incoming adminis
tration. Hluden Enterprise.
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
10 YEARS AOO
The river bridge was completed
Case t McNeny have moved their
olllce over Spokeslleld's store.
Miner Bros, shipped the stone for
the foundation of their brick building
from Gage county.
Several frame buildings are on tlio
move to mnke room for the new brick
blocks that are going up this spring.
Last Monday there were two frame
buildings on the street at the same
time, moving in the banie direction,
We notice quite a bit of lumber go.
ing to the country this spriug, which
shows that the farmers arc building
10 YEARS AGO
Wc have just bought a tremendous
stock of Army Munson last shoes to be
sold to the public direct.
Price 92.7 S
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 once to insure your
order being filled.
The sizes arc 6 to 11 all widths; Pay
Postman on receipt of goods or send
money order. Money refuuded if shoes
are not satisfactory.
THE U. S. STORES CO.
1441 Broadway, New York City
PLUMBING OR 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 he 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.
ARE YOU SATISFIED
WITH YOUR RANGE?
Sometimes people put up with incon
veniences and get along with a 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
lien McFitrland returned the first
the week from Omaha.
Sam Heaton, Jr., of Louisana is visit,
ing frieuds and relatives in. the city
Ed. Garber speut Tuesday Jin Guide
Rook on business.
Miner Sherwood is home from Lin
coln this week visiting his parents.
John (t. Potter and wife returned
Sunday from Oklahoma points where
they had been for some time past visit
ing with rolatives.
Howard Fop, Phil Sherwood and
Jack Cather who are attending the
state university at Lincoln, are spend
ing a short vacation with the home
Mrs M. J. Beauchamp aged 72 years,
who up until two years ago, had re
sided with her husband iu this county
since 1872, died at Superior lust Wed
Russell Jones, who was injured some
time ago by the accidental discharge
of a shot gun, while out hunting with
some young companions, has so far re
covered as to be nblc to leave Sunday
for Stella. Nebr., where be will visit
relatives for some time. , '
Co. Superintendent's Notes
Eighth Urade Examination April D-(
and May 3-1. Will be held in all High
Schools in the county and iu the Court
House in Red Cloud
Forenoon Reading, Spelling. 'Writ
Afternoon History, Hug. Comp.,
Physiol., Urawitig '-L
Piogram for Friday. r
Forenoon Aiith., Mcnt'. Arith.j B.
Afternoon Civics, Grammer. Geog ,
Parents who wish tiausfers foi
school privileges should be thinking
of them now. They are generally sent
iu so late that it Is just possible to get
them in. They are due any time now
before June 11.
The .State Fair list of premiums is
being sent to the teachers this week.
It is the last year's list but the Fair
people tell me that the list will not bu
'changed except pel haps in the niim
hern. The same premiums will he of.
feivd for the same in tides.
The Xehrabka.Suhoul Supply House
advertise some very nice mounting
board at ten cents u sheet when bo't in
1(10 sheet lots. It is a nice grayish
greuu. 1 will try to supply the country
schools unless they require too much
The laiger schools should get HKJ
sheets and keep what they do not
need on hand
Since the State Fair pays the largest
premiums I would follow it and I will
have the other lists copied after it
where I can so that il will pay the
schools in money for their efforts,
list year one or two schools made a
very nice thing of the lair anil gained
s lino valuable experience as well Red
Cloud bo't a ntimher ot new pictures
with their premium money.
s. Docker, Co Supt:
Why Not Be a Rus
ti's quite the vogue and just as easy
as to transform yourself into a flaming i
That's ono oft the most delightful
aspects of the present widespread re
vival of home dress making. Do you
realize that if you make them yourself,
you can have a marvelous collection of
charming gowns that would mount up
to a fairly staggering total if jou
bought them ready to step into at an
Without doubt one of the greatest
blessings that remain to us out of the
Great War i the pleasuie women
everywhere take in working with their
hands. Instead of hiding it from her
friends many a social leader lakes
genuine pride In exhibiting tlio results
of her own handiwoik In a tasty after
noon dres or un evening gown, ap
parently a sample of the "very latest
tiling on Fifth Avenue."
As a matter of fact, the simple, sup
pie lines required by the really smart
garment today are very easily attained
by any woman who is handy with her
needle. All a clever American, girl
needs to outshine the smartest of Rus
sian princesses even in her palmiest
days, is a piece of cloth, a bit of fur, a
pair of scissors, and one of the wonder
fully detailed and definite patterns
put out by any of tho great fashion
Chicken Pie Supper
The Business Woman's Club will
give a Chicken Pie Supper, April 4th,
iu the Peteison building. The pro
ceeds to be used for the improvement
of tho City Park. A commltteo of the
Woman's Club will solicit thu town
and surrounding territory. Everybody
pleate be borne.
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 Red Gloud Ghief
Summons by Publication
The defendants, to-wit: Mason
Gregg, Charles B, Kyser, all persons
having or claiming any interest in
Lots Four (4) and Five (5), in Block
Thirteen, (lUfof the Village of Guide
Rock, Webster County, Nebraska, real
names unknown, will lake notice that
or the '.'Gth day of February, 11)23, that
Ralph W. McCallum and Jessie MoCal
lum filed their petition of tli District
Court of Webster Couutv, Nebraska,
the object und prayer of which is that j
their tltln in anrl to Lots Four (4) and
Five (5) in Block Thirteen (13) in the
Village of Guide Rock, Webster Conn-1
ty, Nebraska, be (piloted and confirm-!
ed iu them, and thai a certain deed re I
corded in Book K at pages bTJ and fit!
of the County Clerk's records of Web-1
ster County, Nebraska, bo cancelled ,
and that the cloud on plaintiffs' title ,
by reason of suld deed be lemoved,
and that the defendants mid each of
tlitin, 'o-wit: Mason (iiegg, Charles 11. ,
Ky-er, ii','. persons having or cl.tlming
any interest iu hots Four (I) and Five
.'. in L'.i.ick Tliiiteen (13) of the Vill
age of iJuido Rock, Webster
Nobciska. lie restrained anil
from in any manner iuterfei ing with
encumbering, conveying or clouding,
the plaintiffs' title or in any manner
interfering with the pnsscsiou t litre
of, and ilia t said ucfciidantH named
and designated herein be e.M'luded
f i mil having or claiming any light,
title or interest iu said real estate ami
for an order authoiiiug seiviee by
publication on said defendants, and for
such other and lurther lellet as may
be just and equitable I
Von are required to answer aid peti
tion on or before Monday the 11! day of
April. IH-3, or judgment will tie enter
ed accordingly. ,
Dated February 27. III'.!:).
Ralph W. McCallum,
Bv F. . Muiidny, Their Attorney.
OVER STATE BANK
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
Duroc Hog Sale
Garfield Community Church
We will sell on our farm 4 Miles Southwest
Center. 5 Miles North of Fairfield.
SAT., MARCH 24
50 HEAD BRED GILTS & YEARLINGS
There will also be a few with Litter at Side
The offering is bred to SENSATION GIANT and
FASHION LEADER. There will also be a few
sows bred to ORION TOP COL. A few out
standing fall boars will be included in the
This will be your opportunity to secure breed
ing stock at reasonable prices.
LUNCH AT NOON
GEO BRIGGS & SON
I Place Your Coal
The Mallone-Gelatly Co. I
Id a in , Sunday .School.
Survey of Luke's Gospel".
11 u. m., Sermon by Rev. I. It
"r.'.W p. m. I'logruui by Juniors "The
Mays anil Girls of tho Bible".
s p. in , Seiinon: "The Meaning
The Chorus will incut on Saturday
evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Shlpiniiu for practice on Easter
music, livery one lie sure to come.
Note that Rev. I. B. Wagoner will
preach Sunday morning. Also that the
Sunday School lesson will close the
quarters study of Lulte'n go.spel.
We urge all the children and young
folks who have Master parts to com.
mil same to memory for practice which
will be ariauged for on Sunday morn
ing. Tho bad weather of the past
week has iuteifercd somewhat witli
thu practice as planned.
For Sale: Registered Hampshire
Brood Hows and Gilts, at reasonable
prices 7n head to pick from. y, mile,
cast of Cowles cemetery. Waller
THE; Sarcophagus, or stone'eoffm, 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.
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 Norwalk
the Best INSIST upon it'
MET CALF & BR! N KM AN
Local Manufactui ers
Office at Bailey9 s Tie Barn
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