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RED ,CLOUD. NEBRASKA. CHIEF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF I pr?2e.0.0k 1 122, to boyH and mh
Red Cloud, Nobrnske.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In the I'ontofllco nt Htd I loud. Nob
at Hocond Clan Matter
A. B. McARTHUll, Editor and Owner
Forelfln, per column inch I5
Local. 12J.Vr 15
FARM BUREAU NOTES
(Ty County Extension Agent H. R.
CLOTHING" OEUJSS ORGANIZED
Two Girls' Sewing Clubs orj;ankMl
nt Red Cloud. The Red Cloud Girt','
Sewing Club organized for second
year won: with eight members. Mrs.
W. II. Thomas, local leader; Altec
"Whllakcr, president; Rachel Wccsne.",
vice- picsident; Eliz.-fjcth Mizcr, mjcc
t'-iry: Helen Schultz, treasurer.
The Red Cloud Stitch Harvester
otgurnzcri for first year clothing work
with fifteen members. Mrs. Max
Mirer, local leader; Lucille Funk,
president; Dcwdrop Check, vice presi
dent; Vera Smith, secretary; Irene
LIVE STOCK CLUBS
Meetings for organizing Livestock
Clubs as follows: Friday night at 8
p. m., March 30th at Ecklcv School,
Saturday afternoon nt 2 p. iii., March
.'list, Court House at Red Cloud, Sat
urday night at 8 p. in.. March tflst,
nt Signal Office, Guide Rock.
All boys or girls who want to join
n livestock club with a pig, calf sheep,
wow and litter or ton litter should at
tend one of these meetings. Fathers
are invited to attend.
JOIN A CLUB THIS YEAR
What is club -work? How does it
benefit boys and girls on the" farm'
and in rural towns?
"Club work as conducted by the
county and .state, extension agencies,
organizes boys and girls into groups
to train them in community organiza
tions and rural leadership; to teach
them approved farm and home prac
tices and how to demonstrate these
from 10 vcars of ubc at the time of
enrollment to 18 years. Each club
should consist of nt least five mem
bers on such as pig, com, calf, sheep,
canning, sewing etc.
THE ADVANTAGE OF CLUH
. WORK TO HOYS AND GIRLS
jl. Club work is a means of ac
quiring more education.
2. Club work is a means of earn
ing dollars and cent.'.
.'!. Club work increases one's in
dependence by increasing one's wealth
1. Club work Ibrcaks down lonc
.somcne.fi and isolation by providing
forms of organized associations.
f. Club work provides an avenue
for the development of leadership.
0. Club work stimulates pride in
the local community and make bet
7. Club work piovides fon play
and recreation; isolated or individual
play is not natural.
'8. Club work opens up .visions
of other things, other places, other in
stitutions, other people.
0. Club woik develops the agri
cultural and livestock assets of the
10. Club work is loing its part
right now in providing food and feed.
Club work embraces the activities of
boys and girls living on farms and in
rural towns and brings them together
in organized work and play.
It is tne only organization for boys
and girls living on farms and in
rural towns, and every boy and girl
should cnjrfy its advantage.
We iiave just bought a tremendous
stock of Army Munson last shoes to be
sold to the public direct.
These shoes arc 100 puy cent solid
leather with heavy double? soles sewed
and nailed. The uppers ire of heavy
tan chrome leather with bellows touguc,
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 are 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
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
10 YEARS A(K)
The EHBter storm was possessed of
(rood BluvlhK ((Utilities.
The sidewalk question ugt tutus tbo
minds of Red Cloud property owners.
The rook for the foundation of the
now bunk building Is being dclivorod
Mr Ilorkley was accidentally thrown
from a wagon Inst Tuesday night,
bruising his arm and shoulder pretty
Married: Williams Noble At the
residence of the bride's parents, on
Thursday, March 22nd 1883, by Rev.
(( Hiitntrel, Mr. John L Williams,
of Kansas, to Miss Olive Noble, of
Webster county Nebraska.
at Your Home
10 YKAItS AGO
Butler spent Monday
PLUMBING OR WIRING
Goes Wrong -
Wc 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
are not pleased in every way we will spare neither time nor
cost to make it right.
.1. 11. Dalley and wifo
tho week in Omaha.
Mrs. C. 1) Whitaker enlortaitU'd the
Chistmas Cluti yesterday.
Mrs McKltn ney and children were
vibiliug in Hustings the last of the
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Clark left this
morning for Pacific const points on an
E. II. Newhouse, Jeweler and opto.
metilst, left for Kansas City, Sunday,
to attend to some business matters.
Guy .ieglcr, superintendent of the
electric plant, returned Monday even
lug from a short business trip to
Cecil Esblg who is attending the
State Agricultural College at Lincoln
returned to his duties on Monday after
a short vacation.
Christian Church Notes
The Department ot Coiumeice and
Finance of Des Moines University will
conduct a eluss in Red Cloud; giving
instruction in all commercial subjects.
The class will meet evenings and be
in charge of competent instructors
from the University. To get. the class
started a few free suholaiahlps will be
given by which the first to enroll will
receive their course at the actual cost
of the books, material and Instruction.
Typewriters will be furniilied bv the
I'pon completion of the courses,
students are guaranteed portions and
satisfaction or cost Is refunded by the
school, hence a trial will cost you
About llfty-llvu classes have already
been organized in Nebraska and the
work is proving eminently satisfactory.
Individual Instruction is stressed and
the student Is thereby assured of rapid
progress. Many complete thW com be
in about one. half the umiiiI time.
E. N IJuUer, assistant Registrar, will
be in Red Cloud next week to explain
the details of the plan of work to nny
who are interested, and to mako reg
istration. Those interested may leave their
names at the ofllco of this paper or
write the above named school at Des
j ji v
l 1 1 i i I
Chicken Pie Supper
Tho llusiness Woman's Club
give a Chicken Pie Supper, April
in the Peterson building. The
ceods to be used for Hie improvement
of tbo City Park. A comiuittco of the
Woman's Club will solicit the town
and surrounding territory. Everybody
pleace be home.
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
Place Your Coal
The Mallone-Gelatly (Jo.
"II is not here, but is risen "
"I go to prepare a place for you."
"And I, if I be lifted up from earth,
will draw all men unto myself."
Sunday School 10 a in.
Morning Worship II a. ui.
Christian, Endeavor 7:00 p. m
Evening Worship 8:00.
Wednesday evening Prayer meeting
at 8:00 followed by Church business
Please note the. change of timo of
e eniug services.
The Easter service will be ''The
Feast of Lights" both - instructive and
At the morning wo will have recept
ion of members and the. Communion
Sunday was a good day all thru;
only wo miss many of the country
people who couldn't get in over tho
Tho Instrumental music, by the
Mioses Corner was much appreciated
The Social Ciicle with the Ladies'
Aid as special guests met at the Par
sonage on Friday afternoon. Those
sorting weie Mrs Frank Smith, Mrs.
C .!. Pope, Mr-.. Clyde Smith, and Mrs.
C. (J Nelson.
O (J. Nelson, Pastor.
In llic District Court of Webster County,
Cora F.. HeaueliHinp, .John F. Fox,
and Martha M. Fox.
Tinders Lumber Company, Catherine
liilbeit, The I'nWiiown Heirs and As
signees and l)evise?s of Catherine c II
bert, Lots Thirteen (Kli and Fourteen
Ijl) in llloek Five (.1) Smith ,v Mooro's
Addition to Ited Cloud, U'elistcr Coun
ty, Nebraska. And .Ml IVisons having
or Claiming any luteteht in s'tnl Lots,
Marvin Marsh and Marvin S. Marsh,
The above named defend tuts are
hereby notified thut the plaintiff's on
the 21th day of March W2I, Hied their
petition in the District Court of Webs
tor County. Nebraska, against said de
fendaiits, the object and piayer of
which is to quiet and establish the
title of pluimill's in and to Lots Tllr.
t'.'en (111) and Fourteen (l) m llloek
Five (.)) Smith. X- Moore'.s Addition to
lied Cloud, Webster County, Nebraska
and exclude the defendants from any
inteie-d theiein and to secure an ordot
canceling the mechanics lion of the
Traders Lumber Company against said
The defendants ate letjuired to
answer said petition on or befote the
7th day of May HU'l.
Coi a F. lleniichninp. John H Fox,
and Martha M Fox, Plalntllf's,
Hy Fied Maurer, Their Attorney.
For Sale or Hent'the Mrs A. A. Pope
property.- 11 W-. IlutoliUon
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 flood Chief
Summons by Publication .
The defendants, to-wit: Mason
Oregg.'Cliarles 13. Kysor, all persons
having or claiming any interest in
Lots Four (4) and Five (5), in It lock
Thirteen, (111) or the Village of Cuidc
Hock, Webster County, Nebraska, real
names unknown, will take notice that
or the 'JCth day of February, 192.1, that
Ralph W McCallum and Jessie Me.Cul
Itim filed their petition of the District
Court of Webster County, Nebraska,
the object and prajer of whiuh is that
their titlft in and to Lots Four (1) nnd
Five (")) in Block Thirteen (13) in the
Village of Guide Hock, Webster Conn
ty, Nebraska, be quieted and confirm,
ed iu lliein, and that a certain deed re
corded lit Book K at pages o 12 a nil ."lit
of the County Clerk's records of Web
ster County, Nebraska, be cancelled
mid that the cloud on plaintiffs' title
by reason of said deed be removed,
and that tho defendants and each of
them, to-wit: Masoi, Urcug, Charles It.
Kyser, all persons having or elaiin'ng
any interest in Lots Four (I) and Fite
(0), in Block Thii teen (13) of the Vill
age of tiindo Hock, Webster Coiiuij,
Nebraska, be re-trained and enjoined
from in any manlier interfering with
encumbering, conveying or clouding
the plaintiffs' title or in any manner
intni-ferinc with the iiossesslnn t litre.
of. ami ttiat said defendants tunned'
and desigtiiittd herein be excluded j
from having or claiming' any right, i
title or interest in said real e-tate and I
for an order authorizing seivieo liy I
publication on suld defendants, and for'
such other and lurthur lelief as maj j
be just and equitable. I
Vou ato required to answer Mild pelt-
lion on or before Monday the It! day of '
April, liti'l, or judgment will be enter-i
Mated February 1!7. lll'2:l. (
Ralph W McCallum,
Jessie McCallum. t
lly F. .1. Miiuday, Their Attorney.
OVER STATE BANK
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
WED., APRIL 4, 1923
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
This is an estate closing out sale of the Wood
burn Farm Shorthorns, one of the old established
herds of Nebraska.
7 Scotch Bulls, 40 Females of best Scotch
breeding. Cows with calves at foot and bred
to Imported Latton Lad, Proud Clarion by Dale
Clarion and Latton Sultan by Latton Lad, a
choice lot of open heifers by Latton Lad and
Harry R. Fausch consigns 2 Bulls and 4
Heifers of Scotch breeding sired by Linwood
Avon, a State Fair and Denver prize winner.
Herds Federally Tested and Krtrst Guaranteed, tntnloucs Ready.
A. W. Thompson and J. II. Ellinger. Auctioneers.
J. M. STEWARD & SON
RED, CLOUD, NEBR.
Wanted; Clean cut youtic; man to
uo nto motion picture business iu
Webstur Couhty. No experience ru
quired. Investment of $700 00 ncccss.
art- -For particulars write L. White',
GOf) North lGtli St., Omaha.
"HE 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 hand, within the grave it becomes one solid
piece of eternally protecting masonry. For every funeral:
THE NORWALK VAULT
All Good Undertaken Recommend the Norwalk
the Best INSIST upon it'
METCALF & BR IN KM AN
Office at Bailey's Tie Barn
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