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BED CLOUD; NEBRASKA, CHIEF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY
Entered In tho I'ostonicc nt licit cloud, Nob
ab Second Class Mutter
A.B. McAUTnUR, Editor ntid Owner
Forclfln, per column Inch 15c
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sulndon and,
liaby were pas enters to Republican
Saturday evening where they will
s-pend a couple of weck.t with her
parents. They have been visiting
here for the past week nt the home of
his brother, Wnllncc.
FA KM BUREAU NOTES
(by U. R. Fuusch, County Extension
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
Meetings on Fruit and Vegetable
budget work were held with Miss
Florence Atwood, Food and Nutrition
Special ist in charge as follow:
Bladen Women's Club met at the
home of Mr. Ed Denton and Mrs.
Ethel Fulton elected project leader.
Five Star Community Club met a:
tho homo of Mrs. Reed, and Mrs.
Geo. Best elected project leader.
Weather conditions interfcrrcd with
meeting of Happy Hour Club, at
Cloverton and not enough women
came out to start the work.
Fouttecn Livestock Club boys veil
tuicd out from nil parts of the coun
ty to try out for judging team M. B.
'osson, Animal Husbandry specialist
of Lincoln was in charge.
Cattle and hog judging was held
at Faslr'on Stock Farm, Gu'dc Rock,
sheep at H. II. Crowcll farm Red
Cloud and horses at W. E. Thorne
Following is the ranking h'gh five:
1st Cecil Means. 2nd Alfred Sommor
fclt, 3rd Earl Portinicr, Uli Howard
Means and iith Robert Ovcring.
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hearse in Connection
Best Sorvico to Others Neons Real Happincso to Ourselves.
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB
AND A BIG TIME
THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 4 p. m.
Each team has won a game and lost one.
Come out and see this one as it will be the rub
game and a thriller.
4th OF JULY GA6WB. f
AT RED CLOUD
Theiuide Rock learn which has secured several
fast players from Kansas where they grow players,
will cross' bats with the local team here that day.
Children 12 to 16, 25c.
RED CLOUD, JUNE 28th
Bring the whole family and
make our store your head-quarters.
We will check your coats and bag
gage and have plenty of good cold
Besides this we will have plenty
of good Reliable Merchandise for your
consideration, all priced lower. Be
sides being lower than other stores
we aim to Better Merchandise and you
can depend on us always.
Twenty-five years in business and
still going strong.
The Cowdee-Kaley Clo. Co.
Alwa.vs Relia.ble I
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R)iir irii 1111
HOARD OF EQUALIZATION
MA K E FEW ADJUSTMENTS
Red Cloud, Nebraska
June 12 102.'!.
The Webster County board of
Equalization for 1923 met at 11
o'clock a. m, according to law. Mem
bers lire cut: Commissioners, Chaplin,
Waldo, Stumpcnhorst and Cox. Coun
ty Assessors Rudd and b. F. Perry
County Clerk. Commissioner Crow
Mcct'ng called to order by County
Motion made by Waldo, seconded
by Rudd that T. J. Chaplin uct as
chairman of board of Equalization
for 1923. .Motion carried.
In' the readjustment of '1922 as
scsiment of Real Estate In the vil
lage of Guide Rock u number of
properties raised in order to make
n inoio ccjuul assessment bf Guide
Rock. Motion made ntiil carried
that -County Assessor be instructed
to notify all parties whose properties
wcic rai cd in value, and also ad
vise them tint tho board would hear
any complaints they might have on
same at 10 o'clock, June 18th, 192.').
Samuel Cigcr appeared before the
boaid and asked that the following
lands be reduced in value:
WMi of SWU of sec. 30-2-9
S"2 of SWU of sec. 30-2-9
WV2 pf iXWU of sec 31-2-9
W'i: of SEW of sec 30-2-9
After the board had made a com
parison with the assessments of ad
joining lands a motion was made and
carried that the present assessment
of above lands be 1 educed 10 per
F. E Maurcr filed a complaint that
lots 3 and -1 blk 15 Red Cloud was as
sosscd too high' in comparison with
adjoining properties. After, invc ti
gation of same by board a motion
was made and carried that present
assessments shall stand.
E A. Terrill appealed belorc the
board and asked that his assessment
be reduced on NWU of sec 5-2-10
after investigation by board,, motion
made and carried that this land be
reduced to $6200.00.
board adjourned to meet June 13th
at 9:30 a. m.
.June 13.9:30 a. m.
board of Equalization re-convened
with all members present except H.
The complaint of L C. BIdom on
SWU of sec. 17-2-11 and E.'Metcnlf
on NWU Of sec. 21-2-11 wereWiletl.
Above parties thought their land was
too high in comparison with adjoining
lands. After investigation by board,
motion was made and carr'cd that
lup change be made in present assess
ment. M. Massing appeared before the
board regarding his assessment on
lots 6-7-S in NWU of sec. 10-1-9.
.Motion made and carried that his a
cessment on the land be reduced to
3100 per aero.
In the matter of tho 1922 Personal
Tax paid bv the State bank of Bla
den, no relief was granted as tax lun
alie-idy been paid. Their 1923 Per
gonal a-cs-ment corrected to how
H'c prober amount ?S000.0( that
hould be deducted for Real Estate
F. S. Frisbio appeared before 'ho
board and j sited that ?S00 for im
I rovements bo struck off on lots G
and 7 'n Amboy an there is no im
provements nt all on these lots. Mo
tion made and carried that same be
.itruek off and County Treasurer in
structed to reduce his 1922 assess
ment by 800.00.
Win. Silker appeared before the
board and asked that the $210 a.;
.M?sscd for improvements be struck
off on the W E'a of SWU of
SWU of 22-3-10 as s.me had been
icmoved from sam? land Motion
mde and carried that his request be
board adjourned to 9 a. m. June
board rc-convened at 9 :. m. All
members present except II. II. Crowcll
E A. Croighton appeared before
the board regarding the present
asse -sment for improvements on lot
10 blk 20 in Red Cloud. Motion
made and carried that pic-cut asses
ment should stand.
A. W. Rust appeared bof-iic the
boaid and complained that his laud
the SWU of sec. 33-1-11 was assess
ed too high. After comparisons by
board, motion was made and carried
that land be reduced from 10,820 to
W. H. Thomas appeared before the
board and requested that $250 for
improvements on Els of SWU sec
3-1-11 be struck off assessment rolls
as these improvements had been sold
and removed from land. Motion made
and carried that above request be
Ed Gerlach appeared before the
board regarding his assessment on
NWU of sec. 2-1 3-10 claiming same
was a litle too h'gh. After investi
gat'on of same, motion was made
and carried that the assessment on
this land be l educed in the sum of
Complaint was filed by Henry
Arends on lot 7 in SWU of sec 9-1-10
After investigation of same motion
was made and carried thnt the land
be reduced in the sum of $300.
Complaint was filed by Henry
Arends on lots 7 in SWU of sec. 9-1-10.
After inve-t'gation of same
motion was made and carried that
the land be reduced in the sum of
Complaint was filed bv John Crarv
on lot 7 in SWU of sec i) t-10. After
investigation of same motion was
made and carried that assessment
of land be reduced from $ 13.50 to
$37.50 per acre.
board adjourned to 9:30 a. m. June
board re-convcncd at 9:30 a. m.
with all members present.
Tho complaints of J. P. Wilson on
lotst 1-2 insEU of sec 11-1-9 and
Emory Guy on lots 3 and . in pec.
1-1-1-9 wore filed. Mr. Wilson claim
ed river was taking his land and
was damaged hypver flows from riv
er and creek. After discussion of this
matter by board it was decided that
no lelicf could be given these partes
for this year and that aboe facts
should be taken into consideration by
nssc ,sor next year when land is lc-
C. F. Cather appealed before the
board and asked that tho picsent as
sessment of Yciscrs Addition to Red
Cloud be reduced. After compari
sons with adjoining land motion was
made and carretl that the pre. cut
assessment of above addition be re
duced 40 per cent.
In equalization of the Personal
property as between t'"e different
precincts of the county a motion was
made and carried that the lollewir.g
changes be made:
All Yearlings to $15.00 per hen'!.
All 2 yr olds to $25.00 per heat,.
All Yearlings to $22 50 per head.
All 2-y,- olds to $10.00 per head.
All 3-yr oMs to $65.00 per head.
100 per cent raise on all autos in
batin townsh'p except the a-to of II.
C. Han. en, wh'ch is to be left as as
sessed. 50 per cent raise on all avtcs in
Inavale precincts except the cars of
R E. Hunter, Ciias. Pulger and C. A.
20 per cent raise on all autos in
Harmony and Potsdams.
25 iier cent raise on all auto.i in
15 per cent raise on all autos in
beaver Cveek und Guide Rock.
50 per cent raise on nil autos in
blue Hill Village.
10 per cent raise on all autos in
30 per cent raise on all autos in
Guide Rock Village.
Geo. PI Cather filed complaints
with board that the following lantU
were assessed to high:
H. J. Walstead NWU of sec 80-3
f 1 . . i - 1 . ? T ft 1
i-; ucrirutie nansen it.'2 or sec m- i
u-i::; u car .Matron -Nliu of sec
20-3-12; Henry Battels N2 and
SWU of sec 1G-3-12: Marv E. Coop
er NWU and SWU SEU of sec. 33-3-12.
As Mr. Cather assessed this land
last year and is st'll the assessor for
this piecinct his recommendations as
to what amounts they should be re
duced was accepted in all these cases
except the land of Gertrude Hansen
which shall stand .nt present assess
ment. Motion made and carried that
the following reductions be made:
H. J. Walstead NWU of GO-3 12
land reduced to $3500; Oscar Matti
son NEU of sec. 20-3-12 land re
duced to $1000; Henry bartels MS .
of NWU 16 3-12 land lcduced to
$2000; Mary E. Cooper NWU am'
SWU SEU 33-3-12 land reduced to
board adjourned to June IPth at
9:30 a. m.
board of Equalization rc-convened I
at 0:30 a. m. with all members pre j- ,
W. A. She-wood appeared b'.uc
li.e Hoard and asked that the chit;
mortgager, assessed normal h ri i .
1023 bo struck off aa same wr-io i
owned by him on Apr'l 1, 1C2!. Mo
lion made an.I turned that n.ir.c U
.truck off his assessment, Cou'.i.
Ao r.t.r Rudd voting nc.
Dr. II R. Reed appeared before the
board regarding assessment on lo.
1 to 6 bilw 2 Talbots Add. to Guide
Rock claiming improvements asrrrs
ed too high. Motion matlj and eaired
rliat ramc bo reduced to $2500.
No further business appearing a
lr.otion wa-i made and cairied thai
after the County Assessor has .made
the change.-! oi tiered by this boar1.'
of Equalization Niat hi a 1923 assess j
trout books be accepted and he pro- i
ccod to mt'lt: h.s 1923 abstract to
board adjourned to tho call of the
County Clerk who w'll call tho board
together after State Levy i received
for the purjiose of mak'ng HI county
levies necessary to be made accord
ing to law.
b. F. PERKY,
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU WHEN
YOU WANT SOME
Whatever price we quote, you
may be sure that the quality of work
you receive will be the best it is pos
sible to produce.
We will be glad to come to your
place of business, and talk it over.
The Red Cloqd Chief
Dr.w.H.McBridelorjt. V. Nicholson
OVEI; STATE BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
DRILLING TO START HERE
EARLY NEXT .MONTH
The U. S. Drilling Company, the
new organization growing out oi the
purchase of the U. S. Drilling Aso
cation, through their representative
Mr. H. E. Ilursch, of Kansas City,
announces today their intentions of
putting down wells at this point,
Campbell and Hildreth.
Mr. Hursch, who will be remem
bered as being in charge of the pull
ing of the casing at the big Chief
Oil & Gas Company's test well, on
the Alice Hosmer place, north of
town, in company with Miss Watson
of billings, Montana, is in the city
today pieparatory to opening up a
branch office here. Miss Watson
comes from the oil fields of Montana
is a young lady of extremely charm
ing personality, has had some six
years experience in geological work
and is familiarly known in the north
west as the "Little Geologist."
Mr. Hur.-ch informs the Commer
cial Advertiser that two strings of
tools will be used for the three wells,
large trucks to be used in convey
ing them back and forth, between the
tluee fowns, and that work on the
erection of the rig w'll shortly be
well under way.
The site selected for the putting
down of the now well is close to the
main traveled road, some 2U or 2',L
miles directly northwest of the big
both Mr. Hursch and M"ss Watson,
while apparently duly conservative,
appear to be no little enthu.'cd over
the pro ncct of striking oil. Wed
nesday's Commercial Adveifsoi.
7 jf Urn p Witt iisSSMl
COMFORT for it means a cool kitchen.
Economy for it wastes no fuel. You burn
kerosene oil only when you need it. Efficiency
for a Florence Oil Stove is easy and quick of
operation and every bit of heat is concentrated
close under the cooking. $;
Come in and let our salesmen show its many
TRINE'S HARDWARE STORE
A large assortment of FLY NETS and COVERS
on hand. Priced Right. See me before buying.
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Saddlery
2 Doors South ot Farmers Union.
Dale Dickson wont to Guide Rock
Wednesday morning to spend tho
day visiting with fr'cnds. Frm
there he will go to Superior for sev
eral weeks work for the Evorwear
Aluminum Company,, he having se
cured the agency for this firm's ware
in Nuckols county. '' '
Bell Phone 29
Ind. Phone 12
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