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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1923)
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHD-P
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Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 120x
Beginning at once, we will sell you your
choice of our large complete stock of Edison Blue
Amberol records at 35c each.
These are all 4 minute, indestructiable
Blue Amberol records, regularly priced at 60c
each. Now is the time to bring that record stock
up-to-date by adding some new records.
Come in and play them, no exchanges, no
records loaned while this low price holds.
I'd like to know who Is responsible
for the Idea that Hilt Muupin Is short-winded.
It always embarrasses mo when
grocer catches mo paying cash
Jack Walsh Is crossing mllkwco'l
nnd oyster plant so no can raise his
own oyster stows.
When your host looks at his watch
every fow minutes It Is tlmo to bring
the call to a close.
Tho man who always has a chip on
his shoulder will get his block knocked
off sooner or later.
E. H. Newhouse
Now that short skirts nro no longer
fashlonablo cotton stockings may be
come popular again.
It Is impossible to convince an
fashioned man that it Is right
girls to wear knickers.
When some folks get into
mont they try to cover up
noranco by talking loud.
Tho primary purposo of law is not
to punish for bieaklng it but to keep
people fiom breaking it.
And will sell at the following prices for stock on hand y
We Have Decided to Close Out our Stock of
Sewall's Chemically Pure Mixed Paints
Outside White, per gal S3.35
Colors, except 214 216 and 250. per gal.S2.25
Interior Flat Finish, per gal S2.75
Iron Clad Barn Paint, per gal S1.50
Now is the chance to get the Best Paint
at a low price.
The man who Insists that tho world
Is going to the dogs usually does lit
tle to help make It better.
This world would bo a tough place
If mother would refuse to cook any
thing except what she likes.
Hill Jones, editor of tho Lincoln
Journnl. is gallivanting around In
Europe. Too much prosperity.
When a mother spanks her children
to make them stop squalling she
takes nil the fun out of crying.
Why Is It that the characters In a
Sunday school paper story must al
ways inclvdo n pair of twins?
Magazine story characters don't
need to know each other more than
two hours before they get married.
FARM KUREAU NO 1 ESS
(By H. K. Fnusch, (Vvinty Extension
STOCK JUDoTncT CONTEST
Webster county bos take pa.t in
Ftock Judging Co.itc.t at Hns. vp.
Ninety-seven contestants from tev.v
The contest .-tarted at K Guiuc
unit's Hereford farm uhete two class
es of Hercfords were judged. Then
two elates of Durock hogs nt Jack
Hum's farm, Jersey cattle at U. E.
Yost's Dn'ry farm, Guernsey cows
at.d Ilnmpsilne sheep at E. J. New
kirk's farm, fehot thorn cattle at Ilig
li" a-id Lonrun's farms. This was
followed by a big noon-day picnic at
Prospect Park where- we were the
guests of tho Adams Oouiuy L:ve
Stock Clubs, Hastings Chamber of
Commerce, Lions Club nr.d Rotary
Club. After the splendid dinner we
were welcomed to the city by Mr. Cot
tingham of the Chamber of Com
merce, also by VoJney D. Trimble of
Lion's Club 'and Tony L'mbach of
Rotary Club. After the contest the
Club folks were given an automobile
tour of the city and thearre guests of
the Chamber of Commerce
Webster county boys won Trophy
cup and nine ribbons as follows:
Cecil Means of Red Cloud ranked
first judging Holstein rnd fourth on
horses. Earl Port'nier of Ciulde Rock
won fifth on horsns William Arndt
of Blue Hi'i won fourth on Kol te'ns
and second on horses, fift'i on Guern
seys and sixth on individual score.
Alfred Sommerfelt of Blue H'll first
on came ami silver lov.-r.g cup ju--sented
by H. C. Gnudreav.lt and Son
of Hastings for the high score in
judg'.ng Hereford cattle. Paul Gur
ney and Oscar Ramey the othpv two
Webste- county bovs onlv placed the
three classes of Dairy cattle.
The club members vfrr numbered
and were know:: in th contest by
rumber instead of name. One of the
Webster county boys forgot to put
h's number on the horse card, Ii he
hadn't over-looked this lie would have
ranked second high Individual nnd the
caster county team would have rank
ed second instead of fourth.
Adams county won first. This was
a good contest and highly appreciated
by the visitors.
I Place Your Coal !
I The Mallone-Gelatly Co. j
CHAS. L. COTTING,
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Tho easiest way to enforce prohl
bltlou is to pass a law compelling
evoryono to drink bootleggers' hootch.
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All of us believe In Americanism bit:
foino of us are gutting mighty tiro t
of thoso who make a profession of" It.
One troublo with tho world nowa
days is that so many people refuse to
do anything unless they are paid -for
Iivthe County Court of
Webster County, Nebr.
Statu jk Nehuamu )
A'misint County (
IVi the mutter of the estate of
JU. Johnson, deceased.
CREDITORS OF SAID ESTATE
WILL TAKE NOTICE, that the time
limited for presentation and tiling of
slaitns against tho same Is October
3oth, 11V3, ami for the payment of
iebts is June l'Jth, 1021, that I will sit
t the county court room In said
aonnty on the 22nd day of October,
tD2,T, Bt 10 o'clock, A. M., to receive,
ramlne, hear, allow, or adjust nil
sIhiiss and objections duly tiled.
Dated this 2(Hh day of June, 19.:$
ySEAL) A. D". Ranney,
Notice Of Application For
Pool Hall License.
Notice Is hereby given that on the
Kith' day of June 192:1, W. R. Bunvell
31ed his application and petition ask. J
tig for License to conduct u Billiard J
and Tool Hall on Lot Fifteen (S) Block i
Twelve (1 In the Village of lnavaic,
Nebraska. That on tho Dth day of
Jnly 1923 at the Court In Rod Cloud,
Mebraska at 2 o'clock 1. M the hear
jg on said application will bo had bo
Sore the Couuty Commissioners of Web
ater County. Nebraska, at which time
H objections and rcmonstrancoa
aiust tho graining of said license
H be heard.
tSeal) B. F PERRY
"A good name is rather to be chosen
than great rlohc", and loving favor
rathor than silver and gold."
Sun day morning we will have Sun
day School and preaching. Let's
keep our attendance up to staudard
even If it is hot. Tho church is pro
bably as cool as any plnce.
Missionary meeting at the Parsonage
All those interested in taking a
Teacher Training or Advanced Bible
Study course are invited' to meet at
the Parsonage Monday evening at 8
When our delegates to the State
Sunday School gave their reports many
expressed a desire to know more of
ttie um of th Fine Arts in Religious
teaching. In uccotdance with this
wish a committee is planning for such
an exhibit and program for July 13
Watoh this column next week for par
The difference between a member of
the legislature nnd a lobbyist Is that
the lobbyist knows what ho is there
man is III he forgets nil
big ho has talked about
use for preachers and doc-
An out of date old Nebraska editor
wants to know what you can expect
of a boy after you havo removed his
tonsils, his appendix and hU adenoids,
fed him on potato salad and angel
food cake, let him stay out until all
hours of the night and supplied him
with plenty of spondlng money and an
Hank Leggctt has trained his pet
bulldog to go around town und ttwipe
things, then Hank gets to advertise
for them In his papor. Most Nebraska
editors are resourceful but thU In
stance beats all of them.
In the District Court
Of the United States
For The District of Nebraska
) In Dtnkiuplcy.Ctie No. 173
I Order and Notice on
) Petition lor Diicharge.
Readors of this paper who are pestl
rated with this column of junk should
rt least give mo credit for not think
ing I can wrlto poetry.
Ndxt Sunday Services will bo as
Wble bchool at 10 a. in.
" Morning Service at 11. 'Su'ujoct
"Divine Sovereignty 'versus Human
A'Tralug 8 o'clock, Union Service at
3Ijaoe Episcopal Church.
ttenerftl Prayer and Conference Meet
ji.pori Wednesday evening.
Social Chorus sei vice with icfrcsh
uwsiit on Krlday evening, 8 o'clock. .
All cor linlly Invited.
I W. Kdsou, Pastor.
3i.ithilay Sale celebrating our 25th
ywuv July 'C21. Cowdeu-Kaley, Cloth.
ht Co., Red Cloud, -Nebr.
In the Matter of
On this 28th day of June, A. D.
1023, on tiling nnd reading the petition
of the above named bankrupt for his
dlschargo herein, it is
ORDERED, That tho 10th day of
August, A. 1) 19-3, be and the same is
hereby Uxed us the dnte on or before
which all creditors of and all other
persons Interested in said estate and in
the matter of tho discharge in bank
ruptcy of the said bankrupt shall, If
they desire to oppose tho same, file In
my said otllco at Holdrege, Nebraska,
In said district, their appearance, In
writing, hi opposition to the granting
of said dlbcbargc, and also, within ten
days thereafter, lllo In my said otllco
specifications of the grounds of said
WITNESS inv hand hereto, at my
otllco iu Holdrege, Nebraska, tho day
and date herein first above written.
Referee In Ban'.irnptey
Birthday Sale celebrating our 2Jth
yearJuly G21. Cowden Kaloy Cloth
ing Up., Red Cloud, Nebr.
Blxby remarks that It Isn't taking
off your hat when tho flag passes that
allows patriotism, it Is the thoughts
you have lnsldo your head.
It Is hard to make some people be
llevo that high wages cause high
prices. 7'hey point out that In most
cases prices went up first.
A Nebraska City man put so many
?as saving contraptions on his car that
ho has to carry along a tank to hold
tho surplus that Is supplied.
Jack Sweet complains because I
don't compliment his radio speech.
That must havo been tho tlmo when I
thought a Chinaman was talking.
It Is no trouble nt all to make- good
resolutions for othnr folks.
Things might go better If It wasn't
so much easier to find fault than It
Is to supply a workablo plan.
It Is bettor to bo talented than rich.
Probably that Is tho reason sonio folkc
aro so well satisfied with themselves
Round Trio to
Why Pay Excessive Rates
The Great Northern Steamship Company
Announces that Arrangements are Now
Being Made for Monthly
$ 1 1 0 Round Trips to Europe
One. Way 75
Chrlltlanlo, Stockholm, Hclsingfors
Danzig, Riga, Copenhagen
THE ABOVE PRICES WILL INCLUDE RAILROAD FARES TO
POINTS AS FAR NORTH AS STOCKHOLM
The Company plans to carry approximately two thousand passengers
monthly. Make your plans now for a trip during the coming season.
One Way 65
London, Liverpool, LeHavrc
An nn example of tho power of ad
vertising luik at tho radio cruzo, The
nowspapors developed It but fowcl
them got paid for ilu rr.ee they used
The farmers are all finished putting
up their first crop of alfalfa which was
th lipuvlpst and best for vears, but
uovv the tug-of-war is on In cleaning
up the corn which is'pretty weedy in
many places but the corn looks gnod
nnd is milking a rapid growth, the
fat mt'rsniukiug good headway in get
ting shed of tin! weeds but much yet
remain- to be done
A good many attended the O. I". J
(old tiddlers contest) at Red Cloud last
Thursday as well as the carnival and
and a great many attended the W. E
C (Aeed eradication contest) the same
day, the former repoit a good time tin
litter a great time.
It is claimed the heaviest rain of the
seasou tell last Tuesday (the 2th). In
this vicinity as much as four inches-,
not so much north of here about an
inch aud a half, still they are satisfied
that the rainfall Is good euough. Iu
the south and central parts of Smith
county in the forepart of the season
was I undwrstaud no more than one
half what fell here In the north but I
am Informed they got it since pretty
well equalized I believe in equality
as far as rainfall is concerned.
A large number amounting to JO
persons, male and female, attended a
surprise party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. lteuule Mohler oulast Wednesday
iu celebrating Mr. Mohler's 28th birth
day. All enjoyed a most enjoyable
Mr9. K. Myers, Mrs. P. Goudle aud
daughters, Anna and Loretta, drove to
Smith Center last Saturday. The
la'ter is to attend Normal until the
23th at which date examination will
Mr. Garry Wilson took Ilrst prize at
the old tiddlers contest in Red Cloud
last Thursday, Mr. Mackey and Bert
Payne second, aud Mr. Jalte Williams
came iu third.
Mr. and Mrs. John Collins, Miss
Mabel Collins, Mr. and Mrs. liennlo
Mohler and Edgar Leadabrand were lu
Red Cloud one (toy last weeK.
Jimmle Leadabrand was in Red
Cloud last Saturday transacting bust.
ness and taking in tne carnival.
Ed McCoalo was here from Colorado
for u lew days visit with his brothers
Mr. and Mrs. P. Ryan, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Jim Uvau and family were in Red
Cloud tin: latter part of the week.
Mrs. llarvo Blair was at Duckervlllo
doing her trading the 3iid of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud uiiunoanu lumi
ly weru visiting with tho McCoalo Bros.,
Cl.iroid Ndd wn- helping i.pwi
Paget! stack alfalfa I' rut ay and Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Myers was visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nclbtn one day last
Ora Prill was transnetlug business
In Red Cloud lust Saturday.
Mr. and Mis. IlH'b Barber and fami
Iv drove to Red Clund tho last of week
'. . . . ..tnl ... il fir, anmn
to tae in tue
A round trip, with all expenses on
shipboard included, at no more ex
pense than a vacarion right here at
home! To meet the ever increasing
demand in this country for an in
expensive aud at the same time
thoroughly comfortable and enjoy
able trans-Atlantic voyage, is the
prime object of the Great Northern
Steamship Company. Organized
by progressive business men who
realize the exceptional opportunity
offered for inexpensive travel iu
Europe, the Company will cater to
the thousands of intelligent pcrsous
WE WILL ALSO SHOW YOU HOW YOU MAY
BECOME A PART-OWNER IN THE MOST TALKED
OF ENTERPRISE IN YEARS
We have an opening tor an energetic representative in your locality. This
is an excellent opportunity for a person of character to build up a
permanent business both for himself and tho Great Northern.
13"" Cut out and mail with your name and address "
who wish to visit the battlcfie'ds of
France, the Shakespeare country,
Scandinavia, the Laud of the Mid
night Sun, etc. A chance of a life
time! So it would seem; Lut it is
more thau that. The company will
build for a permanent business,
planning on setting a new standard
of high-class ocean travel on a one
class basis. That this can be done
at a fair margiu of profit has al
ready been proved and is further
outlined in our prospectus. You'll
find it extremely interesting.
Edmunds Bldg., Suite 54
1 am interested in securing full in
formation regarding a trip to:
(Mark a cross) One way Round trip
United States Service, Inc.
Head Office, Edmunds Bldg.
( Check )
Enclose find P. O. Order J- for
( Draft )
as payment in j j for
units of the shares of The Great
Northern Steamship Company. Inc.
Price per unit $50.00.
(Four Preferred and two Common
Shares to each unit.)
Have Certificate and Receipt issued'
in the name of: .
Name .. .. ... j
Street or R.f.d '
City or town
. , , . The above price quoted for immedi-
Street or R. f. d ate acceptance only.
When buying on installments 25 per
City or town cent of purchase price must accom
pany order, balance may be made in
Statc ten monthly paymentc.
carnival and do some
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an order of sale issued
from the office of Clara McMillan,
Clork of the DlstrlctCourl of the Tenth
Judicial District within aud for Web.
tor county, Nebraska, upon a decree
in nn notion nondlne- therein, wherein
John Klein Is plaintiff and against
Walter J. McCoy et al are defendants,
I shall offer for sale at public vendue,
iiccording to tho terms of said decree,
to tho highest bidder for cash in hand,
nt tlm smith door of the Court House
at lied Cloud, Nebraska, (that being
the building wherein the last term of
snld court was hulden) on tho 10th day
of Jnly, 1023, at 2 o'clock p. p. of said
day the following described property,
to.wlt: lhe South West Qfiarto"r, except
about one and one-half ajre theieot iu
tho southeast corner thereof used for a
cemetery, of section tcii iu xuwu-mii
Four, Range Twelve, Webster county,
Given uuder my hand this Uth' doy
of Jutie, 1023.
JACK WALLER.lShet Iff.
Regular services every first and third
Sunday in the mouth iu tho Adveutist
church at 11 a. in.
You are cordially invited to attend
O. R. Helnltz, Pastor.
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by the amount of
insurance you carry.
Don't lull yourself Into a fancied
Because fire has never touched you
It doesn't follow that you're immune
Tomorrow -no today, If you have
time and you better find tlmo
come to the office and we'll write
a policy on your houso, furniture,
store or merchandise.
LATER MAY HE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
I Relie-ble Insursxnce
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