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KED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. CHIEF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In the rontofllcc At Itcd rioud.Neb
ai Second C1m Matter
A. B. McAIlTHUR, Editor and'Owner
Foreign, per column inch 15c
Local, " " " I2K & 15
English Lutheran Church
Regular services every fir&tnnd third
Sunday la the month lu the Advcntiot
PreachiDRatll a. m. Text: John Si,
If you arc not attending elsewhere
you are cordially invited to attend our
O. K. Helnitz, I'astor.
Notice to Redeem Real
Estate from Tax Sale
To Eva Hnney, et al:
You are hereby notitled that A. C.
Itrown did on November 4. 1018, buy at
-tax sale of the Treasurer of Webster
County, Nebraska, a certain treasurer's
tax sale certlUcate covering delinquent
taxes for the year 1017 assessed against
Lot 5 in the Southwest Quarter of
Hection Thirtytlve in Township Two,
Range Eleven, Webster county, Nebra
ska. Said property was assessed in
the name of Eva Haney. Said Eva
Haney will take dnc notice that on the
tmh day of July, 1D23, the time of re
demptton on said property will expire
and A. C. Brown will apply for a
treasurer's tax deed on the above de
A. C. Brown.
In The District Court of Webster County.
Cora K. Ueutichftmp, John K, Vox,
and Mnrlhii M. Fox,
Traders Lumbor Company, Catherine
(illbort. The Unknown Heirs and As-
slgrlues and Dovlsots of Cathcrino Gil
bert,'! Jots Thirteen (13) and Fourteen
(I J) In lllock l-'lvo (0) Smith & MoorVs
Addltrdn to Red Cloud, Webster Coun
ty, Nebraska, And All Persons having
or Claiming any Interest in said Lots,
Marvin Marsh and Marvin S. Mnrsli,
The abovo named defendants nre
hereby notified that tho plaintiff's on
tlio Uith day of March 1023, filed their
petition In tho District Com t of Webs
tor County, Nebraska, against said de
fendants, the object find prayer of
which. U to quiet and establish tho
title ot plaintiff's in and to Lots Thir
teen (1,1) and Fourteen (14) in lllook
4.'W(5).Smith & Moore's Addition to
Red Cloud," Webster County, Nebraska
and exclude the defendants from any
interettheicin and to sooure an order
cancciiuR the mechanics lien of the
Traders Lumber Company against said
The defendants are required to
answer said petition on or before the
7th day of May 1021.
Cora K. lioauchamp, John E Fox,
and Martha M. Fox, Plaintiff's,
By Fred Maurer, Their Attorney.
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Christian Church Notes
Wo spend six days in making a liv.
ing; why not spend part of one in mak
ing a life?
If you are not worshipping elsewhere,
The Christian Church extends you a
cordial invitation. This is a good place
for the whole family. We Are adding
new Sunday School classes as rapidly
as there Is call for them. Last Sunday
a olass was launched for Junior Hoys,
with an expei ieuced enthusiastic
The Social Circle meets with Mrs,
II. R. Childress next Fridav afternoon.
Attend the Operetta at Auditorium next Thurs.
w imr c
Buy Them With
Egg and Chicken Money f
Set aside your egg and chicken money and,
almost before you realize it, you -will have1
enough to buy an equipment of beautiful
, " Wear-Ever' aluminum cooking utensils.
Bright, light, silver-like "Wear -Ever' uten
sils will make you as proud of your kitchen as
you are of the other rooms in your home.
Aluminum Cooking Utensils
cost slightly more than ordinary utensils because
they are worth more. Itpaysto buy "Wear-Ever"
ju3t as it pays to buy good farming implements.
Wear-Ever" utensils are made in one piece from
hard, thick sheet aluminum without Joints or seams.
Cannot cruck, fluke or peel arc pure and safe.
Replace utensils that wear out
With utensils that "Wear-Ever"
GEO. W. TRINE
I Place Your Coal
Paul Storey, at one time n clerk in
Henry Cook's drtiK htorc, has returned
to Red Cloud after nn absence of six
Mrs. A. A. Pope received n severe in
jury last week, by falling on n rnkc.
Miss Retta Able is'toaching school
In Hist. Ill, for Miss Nettie Hummel
who Is sick with this measles:
' O. C. Hell was around during tho last
few days taking up subscriptions for
open air concerts by the S. of V. baud.
The following aro the names of the
grnduatiug class, that expect to gradu
ate In June: Mubcl Duy, Lulu Potter,
Kav Lctson, Trix Minor, Dora Hender
son, Maude Greenlee, Nellio Kaley,
Daniel Uarber, Fred Maurer and Bruce
Payne, ten in number.
Mrs. Tait returned from Lincoln
George Coon is putting up a fine
dwelling on his farm in Garfield fown
ship. Earnest Welsch is putting in ah' or
chard north of his residence in the
south part of town.
40 YEARS AGO
The season of barefooted boys has
arrived and the kids are all happy.
Good seed corn is worth one dollar a
bushel in some patts of the 6tatc.
John Yoiser hus become a student
and general assistant in the law oflicc
of Case & McNcny.
The G. A. R post of this place re
cently received from Columbus, Ohio,
several stands of arms, and will pur
chase new uniforms in time for the re
union at Hastings next fall.
10 YKARS AGO
Holton Letson is confined to his
home this week by illness
Constable C. A. Schellalc spent Mon
day in Hastings visiting with relatives.
Miss Velma McKimmev spent a few
days the last of the week in Hastings
Frank Bean returned yesterday from
Kansas City where he went with a
shipment of cattle the flist of the week.
lien Williams has returned home'
after a stay of several months duration
iu Kansas City whero he has take-i a
course in jewelry, optics, etc.
Twius, a boy and girl, were boru to
Mr. and Mis Ftank Pciry on Suuday.
The boy, however, living only a few
hours aftet birth. . i
Wilbur Hamilton, the popular head
man in the Paul Storey Clothing store,
hus purchased the I). W. Turnure real
D Barber, who forsomo moot lis pastj
has been the obliging pharmacist iu
the C L. Cottlng drug btore, has pur
chased a drtnr store at Stella, Nebr..
and ieftTuesday night for that place
ClilVoid Noble hauled corn Tuesday.
Lewis Paget and family wont to Leb
Kverett Myers mado u trip to Ked(
Ira Williams and family spent Sun
day at Ed Elliotts.
Fred Brown and Charlie Ray made a
business ttip to Smith Center.
Seveial cars of gypsies passed thru
this part of tho country Saturday.
Mr.-,. Put (loiildie went to Hastings
Saturday to visit her mother who is
Mr ami Mrs. Finnic Brown and Mr.
and Mrs. Hurvc Blair spent Sunday at
Charles Dickerson left Saturday for
ids homo in Lincoln after pending
severul weeks visiting relatives and
The Mallone-Gelatly Co.
Garfield Community Church
10 a, in., Sunday School. Lesson
tliemo, "Mosos tho Ureal Lawgiver".
11 a. m., Seimon, Studies in the
diameter of Clnist; 1 "Secrets of Hi
7:15 p in , Program by Young Peo
8::J0 p. in , .Sermon: The Laws of
Life; 1 "Sowing and Reaping"
The Chorus will meet at the ohureh
Saturday evening for music practice.
The Soolal Committee of tho Young
Peoples Department will have charge
of the entertainment.
The organization of the Young
Peoples Dept. was completed last
Saturday evening and nil olllcers and
committees have assumed their duties
in real earnest and promise to malco
the department second to none.
Two scries of sermons will begin
The morning sci ics on tho Character
of Christ, and the cvoning on The
Laws of Life. Both aro of unusual
importance and It is hoped that all
will be present from tho beginning for
the entlro seiies
The Old Settlers meeting will bo
held May 18, at 8:00 P. M. Tho
orchestra will play II vo numbers and
sovoral of tho aged settlers will spoak
An offering will be lifted for the bo
ucut of the orchestra. The complete
program will bublished in a few weeks
DISTRICT W. C. T. U. TO '
CONVENE IN RED CLOUD
Tho regular District Conference of
the Woman's Christian Tcmpernncc
Union will convene in Red Cloud on
Snturdny and Sunday, April 21 and 22
at tho Baptist church. This district
includes four counties and the follow
ing is the program:
Saturday, April 21
9MG a. m. Devotional, Rev. Marie
Wilcox, Nelson, State Evan
10:15 a. m. -Introduction of "Team"
Object of the Conference,
Mrs. Clura C. Clayton, Lin
coln, State Vice-Fresldent-at-Largc
10:40 a. m. Publicity a Factor,
Mrs. Exiu E. Maxey, Or
leans, State Recorder Sec
retary. Questions and dis
cussion. 11:00 a. m. Local Problems and
How to Meet Them, led by
Mrs. Bertha Travis, presi
dent Republican City Un
11:30 a. m. County Problems and
How Wc Meet Them, led
by Mrs. J. Martin Hansen,
Upland, president Franklin
12:00 p. m. NOONTIDE PRAYER.
Lunch served by Biptist Ladies' Aid.
p. m. Opening Song. Our
Intensive Drive and the
Free Literature, Mrs. Exia
p. m. Open'ng Song
Our Intensive Drive and
the Free Literature, Mrs.
Exia E. Maxey, Orleans
p. rri. Our National Papers
Mrs. S. E. Callen, McOook,
Union Signal and Young .
Reading Call of the 18th
Amendment, Gertrude Mar
No Alcohol in .Our Flavor
ing Mrs. Mattic Foster,
p. m. Our Young People
Miss Winona Jewell. Den
ver, Colorado, National
Field Secretary Young Peo '
Questions nnd discussion.
p. m. Our Boys and Girls
and the Nebraska Guards,
Mrs. Clara C. Clayton, Lin
and Mrs. Lizzie Jen
Read'ng by one of tho L.
T. L. of Indian Creek.
Roll call of delegates
p. m. Music
Devotional Rev. Marie
' Wilcox, Nelson, Evangelis
Drill by the children For
Music Piano solo, Inez
Offering A bow of white
Ribbon Mr. and Mrs.
Bush, Miss Ruby Koon and
Movie Film How Life Be
gins for the Children.
Anti Narcotics, Mis. Lizzie
Jcnkinson of Monroe.
Sunday, Aprl 22
p. m. Devotional, Mrs. Alice
Tatro, local president.
Address Mrs. Clnra C.
Clayton, Lincoln, Vice-President-at-Large
Song by Inavalc L. T. L.
Music Solo, Victory, La
Address Miss Georgia
Hopley, Washington, D. C,
General Prohibition Agent
Constructive Publicity Unit.
. Reading Mrs. Raymond
p. in. Music
Devotional, Rev. I. W. Ed
son. Playlet A Call With A
Music Solo, Ruby Koon.
Address M's1. Winona
Jewell, Denver, Colorado,
National Field Secretary,
Young Peoples' Branch.
Music "It is in the Consti
tution and it's there to
Stay," Mrs. Ed. Gnrber
and Mrs. Tweedy.
Reading Gladys Keeney,
Tho curliest mention of tho game ol
cricket Is In tho writing of ono John
Derrick, who In l.r!3 wrote thnt "he
nnd his fellowes did runno nnd pluy
at cricket." But In the Bodleian
library nt Oxford there Is an old pic
ture of a monk howling n ball to an
other monk, who Is about to strike It.
land the date of that Is 200 years
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 Gload Gbief
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
Whatever kind of Plumbing you have to be done, we can
handle it to your satisfacion.
I am an experienced workamu, and have the best material
and tools, and so insure you perfect satisfaction with the com
Our prices arc open to comparsion with any out of town
At Trine's Hardware
ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTH
OF THE .
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF
BESSE AUDITORIUM, RED CLOUD
MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2 P. M., 1923
1. Orchestra - - - Red Cloud High School
2. Anthem - Methodist Choir
3. Address of Welcome - - E. J. Overing Jr.
4. Duett - Mrs. V. L. Watkins and Miss Ila Barrett
5. Anthem - Methodist Choir
G. Odd Fellowship and the Bible - - Rev. Nelson
7. Quartette - - Bush, Cotting, Wagoner, Thomas
0. Odd Fellowship and the State - - F. E. Maurer
10. Reading - Mrs. Kailey
11. Quartette "God Be With You Till We Meet Again."
J. E. Murnahan,
E. J. Overing Jr.,-Committec
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