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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1923)
RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
NEWS OF NEBRASKA
IN CONDENSED FORM
Recent Happonings in Nebraska
Given in Brief Items For
STANDING OF BALL TEAMS AT FND
AN" COUNTY TAXES
w i. ret.
Wlrhltfl s :,2 .filS
TiiIm.1 H'l f.4 .fiO.'l
oklnliomn City so fit! .r.88
nimihu 73 (13 .514
Dim Moines 7 tS!l ..140
St. Jomipli ;t r. .HH1
Di'iivor 07 S" .270
Sioux City 4!) S7 .3110
w 1. Pet.
i.iiicipIh 70 i;:: ,2i
Norfolk lis fill ..".IS
Otiiiid island r.u iiK ..iii4
llu.stlliKS i4 ;r. .4HN
lleutrlcn us U7 ,4r.
fulrliury 02 68 .477
I toes brought $11 ii hundredweight nt,
I lie Soutli Omiiliii murkct August III). ;
Omaha railroads have granted lound
trip rut ps of one n linlf during Ak-Sur-
The Missouri Valley Medical Sucl
ety will hold Us meeting at Oiiuihn
Sfptritilicr 20 to 21.
It Is estimated by university of Ne
braska ollhiuls Hint about 1.850 new
students will lio registered this fall.
With tlio advent of clear water In
the nmliiH of that place, last Monday
wan the bluest wash day In the his
lory of Omaha.
forty-live claims for damages by
hail have been received by the state
hall department as a result of storms
August 25 ami 20.
More than 1,fiU0 Union Puclllc shop
men are expected to he In Hue of
march in the rnllv ami Sufetv, tiaiinlo
in Dnmiiii Mi.iiti.miii.i. in i twenty-four
Harney Oldfleld, veteran aulo racer,
has Ih'od Invited to Omaha to start the
nimual fall auto racers at Ak-Sur-lten
Held Sunday, September 10.
The temporary dam of the South
em Nebraska light and Tower Com
pany at Superior went out following
storms which caused high water.
The Nebraska conference of I he
I'nlted llrethron church will hold lis
annual convention at
Increase or Decrease
Over that of 1922
The following shows IV total comity
tuxes niiil the lucrfiiHo or docri-iisc In
mil over 1U22, mid tin total uiiintv
levy. In tlm counties listed In-low, unit
the total state tuxes vvlili tin- dec nana
III tln various roillltliH. llle slnle levy
being two mills:
Adanm-Total county tax. lion list fiat
Iticrenmi, $9,131 HI. levy. 2 mill To'al
htatc. JIWI.OSI fi!, decrease, JH.OS'jr.S
MulTalo -Total county. Jl.l'i 2Sfi U2 m
cri'iiHc. $ir,,iotHR, levy. 2 r. mills Total
Btatc. lini.UCf! SC; decrease. tir.,73," li.'l
Cuss Total I'ounty. Jlfi'.i, m'l 77. de
crease, JS.sr.'i 71, levy. 'I inllls T t tl
ntate, $H2.a3US5, leemie. JI7 07", Ul
Dodge - Total county. $2l7.7fi'J ID. In
ere.me, $11,212 10; levv, 3 1 mills Total
statu. $l28.0!)'j, decrease, $l!i8ir,i)
DoiikIiih -Total county, $1,211 20:i 02;
decrease, $01,722 01. levy. 3 3. mills To
ml Htuti', $731,120.02. decrcasi, $S2,
(luge- Total foiiiity. $17l.jr.2, ! re.-ne
$i.ISV, levy, 2 4 iiiIIIh Totil slate, $113.
2!3 l'. decu-linii Jlil.fillH IH.
Mill Total county, $llO.()S!i: dcrr n,
$1,021, levy, ar, iiiIIIh. Total Htatc, $01.
4iU l!. deuicnn.., $I3,23S.70
Lancaster- Total county, $281,100 10;
Increase. $2,3r,2 2, levy. 101 inllls;
'Vo'!'"i7 state, $312,878.01. decrease, $11.-
N'l'fiiiilwi Total county. $101,103 23.
iltcri-me. $2I.1I').3I. levy, 3 2 iiiIIIh. To
l"!,.H '' "f.377.()2; decrease. $'I.G'J2 fit.
Ilatle lotal county, $100,010 o:,, ile-creiim-.
$2,I'I0 2;; levy, 2.0 mllli Total
Stat.'. $I23.(ISI 07: decrease. $1H,83S02
MiiiiiiIltn- Total county, $187,811 22;
LlJ,i!,"aHV,..,J,.1't:,r" ,,,v'- 2-7 'H ''''
Htiite. $i:t!i,S0 9O, decrease, $20,032 HI
Washington Total county, $I37,U3USI:
Mate, $J0,II0.U; ,ecrease. $11,80.180.
More than 500 members of the Wal
ler leiiBiie from all parts of Nebraska,
were In Seward fev the fourth annual
convention of the Nebraska district.
A move Is being made to Introduce
dairying In the North Platte vnllev
where heretofore the farmers depend
ed inaliil on the raising or sugar
Yeggs entered the oillce of the
Hcairlce Creamury company, dueled
off the combiiiatiiiu of Hie safe and
escaped with between .-ji 1,(100 lo .SI.iilHJ
niiiironii transportation over the i
state Is the heaviest it has been in
yen in, uccordlht? to mil.
elals. l-Mn, ,.r ,.,, ,,rm,,,, nn
nearly all trains now.
More than 200,000 head of lles(i(k
will he hauled to ilu Ouiahn sto, u
yards by truck ibis jrnr, ncconllri!; to j
iiKiires natiiered b. the publicity bur
eau of the Chamber of Commerce.
Autos from Hlxty-elKln comities
oilier I ban Lancaster, and niiicti en
slates other than NnhinxLii ...,i..t,.,i
Aurora bejiin-. (he state fair Krouuds Momlm. , vi.
iiIiik September 12 and lnsluK lle,HiK to a check kept at the cntrnin.-i.
"'"mm ... , . ,, v- . Ul"' "f llui "1)s destructive hail
'IhellrHt annual Soulhw.M Nebras- M,,rW , X1M , m ; J"
1. ii llnir Ifiiintfi tiutitl lu tit nimii tit Mm.1 .
, ;s "... : . . . . l; L,,,,,im' ""'11 " wiipii looked Koti.
""'"". '",MU '" """"' " . iik make llfty bushels i.er acie
was completely leveled and Is a lolal
iohn I Webster, atilboi' of the
piiKcnnt "I'alrlollc Historic Ameilca"
which s in b(. iireicnted during AkSar-
men have donated prizes for the Mir-
Ions events. i
Knsl T. UawMin, director of atb- !
letlcs at the State University has ar- '
rived In Lincoln to make prclimiuar.t '
arrangements for the opening of the I
Uobert Tracej, ll, lost the Bight oft
one eye from injuries sustained when i
he was hit by a olf ball while art Ink' j
us caddy for a player at the Country '
lub links at c'romont. I
State Representative Iteorp1 II.
Collins has been appointed by Nation- I
al Democratic Chairman Coulell Hull
lo take charge of the organization of I
Victory clubs In Nebraska. ,
Notice that lleatrlce city coiiiuil-sloii-1
crs will lake action towards redtielni: '
the piesent price of ,mis per 1,000 feel
has been served upon the local mann
ement of the wh company. i
Kearney Is Iii.vIiik plans to stuue Ihe
meatest celebraliun in the history of
thai place on September II In lit, the'
occasion helnj; the observance of the
tlft lot li annlersar of the foundlnu' of i
tiovernor Charles W. Itrau has
been seh'cted as the speaker for the
Transfer day promm lo be held
at Nebraska ('Hi in connection with
the transfer of Ai line lodm- to the
state of Nebraska
A pet coon, owned b, .lelin Pur
i ell, of ltaeiiua, and which litis been
nii.scil b. a cat foster-mother shirt
wa tit tee days old, Is a moioriii l.ui.
When l'urcell pies near his aulo, the
i oon will dash for the back seat and
protests apilnsi efforts In dislodge it
and leave it behind.
Karl I.enke, Lancaster county pio
neer, who died near lieuuet last week,
was one of the fast disappearing set
tlers of the state who drove a freight
er over the Oregon trail from the
river towns of Omaha, I'laltMiiouthand
Nebraska Clt to Denver. Indians
frequently attacked the "schooner"
freight trains .moving slowly over the
l rail hauled by o teams before the
coining of the railroads and Mr. Lea
ke was fond of telling thrilling stories
of narrow escapes 'of himself and
Hen, has lnlied President Cnolldei. i
come lo Omaha and n.n King Al,'.
The seieu daughters ,,f .Mrs. i.uufc
I'nniier of I'alrbiiry, residing In nimos:
as many states In the union, held a
famlli reunion al the old home in that
Place. The giils were nil born in
Uude I'rlhlch, of Omaha, a n.itlxe of
.liigo-Shnla. has been iintuinllcd ns
a citizen by District Judge Day on b's
showing Unit he was In nine enc ce-
ments In the woild war with t'.e
I'ollowing stateinents b.s diill news,
papers of Omaha that unles gasnli
piiies were reduced munlcip.illi nwr..
ed lining stations would be in'slnt.ed
gasoline juices in Omaha ilropped
w.i ii-uis !( u'linon m umi i,n.
( Miss Va Nichols, n juun wniu.m
, al the Nebraska city canning ftu-
lorj, broke the tomato peeling ivi nrd
of the plant, when she handed it.
tickets calling for 101 12-ipian Inn k
1 et.s. The pa. Is 0 cents a bin I et.
on .Monday, the opening day of
Nebraska state lair, all previous m-
tendance iccords wete broken Tim
jl , iiiieiiii.iuce was .ii.ii, lompaieii with
rl.2it( on Hint day last year, which
was the record Moml.ii .rnwil
, Contemplated li ligation project
and hydio electric nrolectB In easiern
j Colorado and western Nebraska will
leave a dry bed of sand where the
J Platte river now Hows, according to
1 L. .1. .McAllister Chicago engineer,
who Is making preliminary surveys tor
Irrigation projects In lhal tcnitnr.v
State School Superintendent .1 M.
I Matzcn has sent Instructions to court-
ty superintendents noiliylng them that
I there is no way by which a person can
, begin leaching at the opening of the
school year without a proper certl-
I llcate. Kiucrucuci ceiiillcates will
Famous Imperial Hotel in Tokyo
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IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNAllONAI,
v Lesson '
tUy IIHV H. II. K1T7AVATUK. D. D..
Teacher of Knu'llnh Itiblo In the Moody
Uible Institute or Chlcugo)
(. U2J. Weittrn Nwtpir Union.)
LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 16
Scene in the Principal Street of Tokyo
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Temple and Gateway, Osaka
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PERRY MONUMENT, TOKYO
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Noted Shijo River Bridge
not be issued.
Registration for all (ollcges of the Phiiis for an annual eastern Nebras
University, including those on Ihecit.v l.a fair lo be held on dales preceding the
campus ut Lincoln, the .Medical i state fair ami .M;-Sar-lteu fistlitle
college at Ouiahn, and Ihe Agiictiltural in Omaha, me being promoted iy
inllege til l.tucolu, will begin .Mondaj.j those who sponsored the recent sin
September 17, and classes will begin ' cessful home coming i elcbratiiui at
Thursday, September "JO. I'remoui.
The large beacon lights at Wort I .1. I.. .Myers, who resides near Paw
Crook can be seen for at least '.Ml t nee City, Is showing a couple or mm
miles by pilots flying toward Ihe Held, slnlK which measure III leet it uuIhs
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! LUKE, THE DELOVCD PHYSICIAN
LKSSOV TPXT I.uhe 1:1-4: Acts 1:
1; Acts 16 9-15; Col. 14; II Tim. 4. II.
(0LI)1:N TKXT "A friend loveth at
nil times and a brother In horn for
adversity." lrov. IT 17.
I'ltlMAKY TOPIC t.u he's Story of
the Qreiit 1'hynlclun
JtTNIOU TOPIC Luke. Pnul'ii I-'rlcnil.
INTKnMKDIATK AND SHNMOR TOP
IC How Luk Heltd Paul.
YOtINO PKOPLi: ANO ADULT TOPIC
Lukt'a Contribution to ChrlstlAtilty.
I. Luk the Historian (Luke 1:15;
cf. Acts 1:1).
Luke was n writer of greut distinc
tion. Ills style Ih clear and pic
turesque. Tho pieces of writing lelt
us are the (loupe! of Lul.e and the
Acta. Accord n t.i A..s 1:1, the gos
pel was written to set down In order
the things which Jesus began to do
nnd to teach, and Acts 1:3 to show
whnt the risen and ascended Lord
was continuing to do and to teach.
While here on nrth lie only hegnn to
do and to show certain things, hut
from His place of glorious exaltation.
He l" continuing His mighty work by
the Holy Spirit through the disciples.
Concerning the contents of the gos
pel, he asserts first, that the sourco
of his Information was recorded state
ments of eye witnesses, lie assures
us that these statements have been
verified by him. Second, that he had
made a systematic statement of thesr
facts In order to strengthen the faith
of Ills friend, Thcophllus.
II. Luke the Beloved Physician
He evidently was a skilled physician
ns his descriptions of the diseases
which Jeius cured shows. His de
scription of the symptoms of the dis
eases shows his capability. It was left
to the physician to portray with vivid
exactness the virgin birth by means
of which the Internal Son became In
carnate. Ho was not only skillful but
tenderly sympathetic. This sympathy
Is shown In his portrayal of tho
Great Physician In His compassion for
the poor, helpless and suffering peo
ple. What untold good n skillful and
sympathetic Christian physician can
do I No one gets so closely Into touch
with human life ns n doctor.
III. Luke the Companion of Paul
I (Acts 10:11-15).
1. Paul's Need of a Physician. There
Is clear evidence that Paul had some
physical ailment which made the serv
ice of a skillful physician most deslr-
able. When the call came to g to
, Europe with the gospel, Luke Joined
Puul and became one of his most help
ful companions. This Is one example
of what a faithful Christian physician
, can do.
2. Luke's fidelity. "Only Luke In
' with me." He was no mere far
- nway friend. He stood by Paul In
' storm and calm. Paul was now In thtj
cold Jail awaiting execution. What a
great comfort It must have been to
know that this faithful physician was
with him. He wns with him nt Philip
pi, Miletus, Jerusalem, Cacsaron, be
fore fellx and festus, on the voyage
to Home, with him In the Koinan jail,
through the ltomiin trial, and perhaps
a spectator of his execution. It 'ost
Luke a grent deal to do this, but he
no doubt considered It a labor of love,
oven feellnc the call ot God as really
us Paul. Nothing Is known of Luke
after Paul's death. Tradition has somv
Interesting things to say, but no word
according to .luck Knight. Omalia
pilot. "This is on clear nights," s.,
Knight, "hut on nights when It is
raining and through a heavy log or
snow the lights are distinguishable
hut a short distance." ,
A lire, caused l .spnntiiueoii.s com
bustion of coal in the hiisemeut of
the Steinauer school building, came
near resulting in a serious conllagra
thin but prompt work on the pait of
the village lire depaitment soon placed
It under ton 1 1 ol
A 1 1 i v i 1 1 y lu harness ra lug will be
Introduced al ihe Great Western cir
cuit meeting at AU-Sar-lten Held, be
ginning Tuesday, September' II, and
continuing until siiiiirda,. i-ive;
events of tliree-(iiarter mile heals
each are on the program, in connec
tion with a number of the regulation
The stalks had been , ut oil ,a
ground. Ilncli stalk had a large
seven and one-hall leet t'lom
ground. The Held ironi whh-li
stalks were taken, it N estim.i
Will icld 7.1 bushels to the aire
A carnival, free motion puiurcs,
runners' da.v, a bail tie ami a b.ise-
ball tourniiiuent will be the icattm-s
of ihe fon festive i clciiration io
be held Ironi September II to S under
allspices o the DMurd Coinniui.ily
The highest price on the Dm b.i
market for a full load of hogs -huh
last October wns paid one da.v l.isi
week when a car of Hampshire-! limn
the feed lots of George Neale, Jr. It.
Calhoun, went to a shipper htijcr at
:?! per hundred weight. The lot ave
raged l!2S pounds and was of unusual
PAGODA AT OSAKA
r;::, ! F"-. ji- ! fe. i k
fear God, and take your own port.
, There's Ulblo In that, joung man; see
, how Moses feu red God, and how be
took his own part against everybody
who meddled with him. And see how
David feared God, and took his own
part. ... So fear God, young
man, and never give In! The world
can bully, and Is fond, provided It sees
a man in n kind of dllllculty, of get
, ting about him, culling him coarse
nnmes, and even going so far as to
hustle him; but the world, like all
bullies, carries n white feather In Its
tall, and no sooner sees the man tak
ing off his coat, nnd offering to tight
Its best, than It scatters hero nnd
there, and la always civil to him af
When a Man Oete Annry.
The man of patience and of right
eous purpose accomplishes some
thing worth while when he gets an
gry. Kvery ounce of his energy 4j
gathered and directed toward a gooTr
result. It Is the moral steam con
trolled and made to hit a detln u
piston that sends this old world i.ji
ward and onward.
The blind fanaticism of one foolish
honest man may cause more evil than
the united elTortn of twenty rogues.
Foroivene8s or Sin.
Said General Oglethorpe to Weslev.
"I never forgive. I'lion I hope, sir,"
said Wesley, "yon nevps sin."
Two perhons cannot long he friends
If they ennnot forgive each other's lit
tle fallings. llruyeie.
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