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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHEW
S II J ( "4f?sA
Cuffbuttonn tiro the most tiniieces
saryest parts of a man's attlrt'.
folks (lon'l gamble nml the
usually gamble on the wrong
Tin1 price of i-o.ll would noon go
down anil stay down If coal were pro
duced ij fanners.
I want to compliment I'rcd Howard
flf tlio Clay Center Sun on finding a
way to keep a llnotypo operator on the
Ono western Nebraska "cafe" dis
tinguishes Itself liy charging 50 cents
a plate tor meals that would gag a
The employe who Is always worry
ing about the ignorance and stupidity
of Ids boss N not apt to amount to
vt ry nnii-li.
An mitonyin Is a word that means
the direr opposite of another. There
fore nui'-iiiohilo Is the autonym of sav
Collin prices arc said lo be outrage
cu.dy high. Mint of uu are willing to
help boycott their u:io If someone will
show us how.
tbru. ka folks who find fault with
some of (iovernor Mryiin's notions
-slioulil take a smilnt at Coventor Wal
ton of (iklahotaa.
Tlx f.niioiis Cap Johnson of Rumpus
UIi'," waders how It Is possible for
lilHuif to talk so much without hav
Iiif. be r jaw olltftl,
V en respondent advise me lo get
some . !. i- wt'inan to rldo with ine If
Tin I'nh-- iloixii't ittlt kicking- about
clt -U "rf irmii my pipe.
I II be In favor of universal peace
after I've whaled tlio tar out of all my
enemies. And 1 gui"H that Is about
Uto wn the nations feel about It.
An Alliance man was greatly dis
appointed when bo discovered that the
letter f. o. b. after the price of an
automobile did not iiieau fall of booze.
fn (his column I say things about
The T.osk and Tlio Junior that all men
would like to say about their wives .and
daughters. Hut few of them have the
An old argument for dancing Is
that It Is good exercise. One might
dance nil night In modern fashion and
not get enough exercise to produce a
Tf country editors were ' burdened
with as much fool advice as Is handed
out lo farmers they would rise up In
their might ami stand the rdvlsors on
their left ears.
It Isn't the American standard of
living that we all want nowadays.
It Is an impossible, falso standard,
tvhirh we call the American utaudard
that causes all the trouble.
The brother of a family of girls is
always surprised when lie gets away
from home and discovers that folks
think he has some sense. Ills sisters
always mislead him on the subject.
Jack Sweet romarks that the differ
nc between eastern bricklayers and
Nebraska farmers Is that the brick
layers get fifteen dollars for a day's
irork and the farmer does llfteen
iay's work for a dollar.
The other day I paid for three hours
af a garage mechanic's time. Ho
-jpent about mi hour In arguing about
She cost of operutlir,' a car. Another
liberal section of the, time was do
Toted to a row with a competitor
oer something that bad been said.
Another section was dovoted to hunt
Jng for tools. Another section to
telling me what a low-down cuss his
titsmpetltor was. And some tlmo was
lven to actual work. My bill was
T.:i() and I had to leave without hav
ing the Job finished.
Country editors have to work hard
lor a living but I am the chap who is
atltlod to real sympathy. I have to
work the editors for my living.
If the reformers could bo made to
ffinillzo that Henry Ford thinks o'very
two should e-iin all he gets few of
sliiuu would want him for President.
Some day Uo. world will liavo no
oiqre use for a rh-h bum than it now
aas f-ir a poor one. Po-sesslon of
aioaey does not Justify anyono In
Tasting M time.
The Angel (iabrU-1 will not have
Tinny country editors at his party If
be- liuppcns to blow his horn on press
CJoorgo Snow says the reason tho
Un7 Springs monster is so flerco Is
Oewuso he swallowed three Ford cars
rf it wasn't for tho laws ngalnst
aruol and unusual punishment one way
to cure speeders would bo to compel
Uiem to -spend n week walking tho
.tfreeta of Lincoln.
Report County Sunday
I'lii- tlih ty. foil' tli minimi convention
of the W bster (' tinty .Sunday School
Assncitillciti iih'I ! tin tlio KmI Cloud
ChrMUti I'liuie-i -"i Monday and Tucs
day, Oi-I iIhm- lt a id 2nd.
The nltuiidiinci- was eat down home
by the rainy Member but most of Use
schools of Hie county wcreieptOM-ntod
and gioai intouM. was shown In the
address! H, repot ts and discussions,
aii-l p.wtlotihulv the last evening clos
ing with u hten optlciiii lecture, by
Ml Margaret Ellon Itrown, tntitbd
0,000 miles thru India. The chinch
win packed tint lust evening.
A fine exhibit of county Sunday
school work on display. This same
oxhlblt. will bo shown at tlio Farmer?
Institute, October 0th lo II.
Souvenir plus were given to ouch
eradlo roll baby presented at the con.
veutiou and the cradle roll ponunnt
given for tlio largest number of habits
present during' coiivoution from any
school, outsldo of Rod Cloud, was won
by the Methodist S. S. of Inavale
Thirty schools sent complete repoits
and apportionment Thirty nigh'
schools r-ported lust jeii'-. Tlni-i-schools
closed during the year. Two
schools failed to solid in either report
in- apportionment and three schools
(til from Red ('loud district) fulled, to
d.ite, to send lo their iiiinital uppoi--lioumeiit
of (ic per member.
The following otllectrs were electoil
for the ensuing year:
Pics. C. C Stout, Ulnden
Vice-I'ies. CIiuh. Cowley. Itholen
Seoy.-Treiis C. A.l'eirco, Red Clou-'.
Asst Secy. Mishliertrudo Lambert,
Di'pitttment Superb. tendetitH.
Voting People- Division Mis. Ella
jVdnlt Divt-toit .Two Mi-Clure. Bind
en Home Pi-pnrtiui'nt-(J C. Iloren,
Visltu.lnu S. C Jeiii-i, Red Cloud.
TVnclier Training Mis. J. G Nel
son, Kid Cloud
Piistors Kev C P. Ivtikwnoil, liulde
Missionary Rev. C. E.Spoio, Co vie-..
Temperance Mrs. Mabel Johnson,
School Adin'n. Il.G. Keener, CiU-s.
The next numml convention will be
held In C.tiide Mock, October 1021.
Pure Bred Sow Produces
Almost Two Tons of Pork
in 180 Days
Willi an oillclul weight of .'ISI'8 S lbs.
for a litter of twelve Duroc Jersey
pigs, Texas now holds the worlds re
cord for tonnage of pork produced by
one sow and for average weight .pei
pig in six months time. The litter
wic weighed September 1st, when IhO
d'ljs old. under the supervision of A
L Wmd, swine specialist of Texas A.
& M. College and olllcials of the Mc
L-MHiiiii County Farm Iluioau. The
p'gs averaged .'121 I) pounds per head
and umie a dally gain of 1 8 pounds
for tho whole feeding period. The
la9t twenty days the dally gain wabt4
pounds for caoh pig.
The ohumpiou litter was bred and
raised by Vic Hill of Chalk Bluli, Mc
Lennan County, Texas The dam of
tho Utter Is Scotts Lucy No. 1300278 a
registered Dnroc-Jersey sow that was
a-rod by the grand champion boar of
the 1010 Texas State Fulr. There
wdro fourteen pigs In the litter which
was farrowed March 5th Twelve pigs
were raised. The sow was three weeks
L-ss than three years i Id when the
Tho total valuo of feed including
pasture necessary to produce the Utter
$220 84 making the cost of each bund
red pounds 8: 80 Tho pigs will le
a )ld for breeding stock but as they
were worth OX cents per pound on the
market the day wolghod, they made a
not profit of $U0 51. The Utter con.
Mimed 8090 pounds of Bklm milk, n4'20
pounds of corn feed meal, 2100 pounds
of pig chow and 200 pounds of corn.
They had the run of an eighteen
nore Bermuda grass pasture wlthbbade
In order to be correct and ccrtaiu on
every polut the Utter was ear marked
when sevnn days old by County Agout,
K. R. Dudaly In the presence of tho
President of the local County Livestock
Association. The scales used to weigh
the Utter were tested anil scaled by
tho Waco city inspector of weights and
measures. Mr. Eudaly supervised the
cine nod feeding of the litter dining
tlio entire test. Mr. Hill recoived ATlo
In cash prizes which wore offered by
the National Duroc-Kecord Association
of Pernriti, Illinois and Waco business
Tree Is a Bridge.
The greatest wonder of the Petrified
forest is the agate bridge, This Is a
huge tree trunk, 100 feet long, span
ning a C0-oot chasm, says Nature
Magazine. Tho entire tree Is made up
of ngates, Jaspers, chalcedony, and
other highly colored nnd handsome
fit ones. In tho canyon directly below
the ngate bridge Is a pool of wator,
and around It grow the only trees In
th wholt country.
'COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN
I SESSION ON TUESDAY
The Webster Cor.nty Hoard of Com
missioners met at 10 oYIock a. in. a )
per ndjournment of September -lift.
All members present.
The bridge petition or S. II Uu
s!;i(l and oilier residents of E'm Crr-:
Precinct was placed on file and refcr
cd to the bridge committee of this
district for thiir consideration Said
request was for n bridge between the
SW'i of section five and NW'i of
section eight in Township three, range
The letter of Chns. Sicbrn-s of Blue
Hill requesting a bridge on the north
end of the road between section 23
and section 29 in Potsdam Precinct
was referred to the bridge committee
C. V. Austin filed a now bond sign
cd by The American Surety Co. of
New York and requested that this
bond bo npproved and trie private
bond previously filed as Justice of
Peace for Potsdam Precinct be an
nulled. On motion his reque-.t was
On motion the County Clerk was
instructed to order one copy of the
1022 statutes for C. W. Fuiton, a
Justice of the Peace In Harmony
Motion made mid carried that the
claim of The Mary Lanntng hospital
of Hastings, Nebraska ror ".105 for
medical services for Franc's Offner
bo rejected. Paid services not author-
i7cd by any momeber of tiio County
The following claims were audited
and allowed and the County Clerk
instructed to draw warants for the
George A. Best.....
Mr. Clare Lbr. Co
Commiss'oner Dist. No.
Nehmska Culvert Co
Allied Contractors Inc...
Farmers Union Kiev.
Adda Tcrson - . -...
Mary Emerton ......
Standard Oil Co
A. D. Stanley
C. A. Waldo 20
Johnson & Graham.". .
J. B. Oinduff -..
Keo-I.ox Mfg. Co
Remington Typewriter Co.
Henry R. Fausch
J. C. Mitchell .-
Klopp Printing Co .' -..
Germo Mfg. Co..-..
H. S. Foe
Frankol Carbon & Ribbon Co.
Geo 11. Ovcring ...
Webster County Treasurer
Red Cloud Chief
K-B Printing Co....
Lincoln School Supply Co..
E. J. Cox .
H. H. Crowell
T. J. Chaplin
C. A. Waldo
H. A. Stumpenhorst
No further business appearing the
Board adjourned to meet November
B. F. PERRY, Couny, Clerk.
SKELEV, FAMOUS IN THIS SPECI
A LTV, CALLED TO SL'PEPvlOK
V. (I. Seelo.nf Chicago and Phila
delphia, the noted truss expert, will
personally be at the Union Hotel, and
will remain in Superior this Tuesday
only, October 0. Mr. Seeley saysi
"The Spermatic Shield will not only
retain any case of rupture perfectly,
but contracts the opening in 10 days
on the average case. Being a vast ad.
vauccment over b11 former methods
exemplifying instantaneous clTeots im
mediately appreciable and withstand
ing any 6train or position no matter
the size or location. Largo or difficult
cases, or Incisional ruptures (follow
ing operations) specially solicited,
This instrument received the only a
ward In England and in Spain, pro
ducing results without surgery, in.
jections, medical treatments or pre
scriptions. Warning All eases should
be cautioned against the use of any
elastic or web trass with undei straps,
as same re -a where the lump is and not
where the opening it-, producing com
plications necessitating surgical opera
tions, Mr. Seeley has documents from
the United States Government, Wash
ington, I) C. for inspection, He u.il
be glad to demonstrate without charge
or fit them If desired, ltusiucsh de
mauds prevent stopping at any oilier
place in this section,
P. S. Every statohiont In this notice
hau been vurilled botoro tho Federal
and State Courts. F. II. fiooley.
Homo Office, 117 N. Ueaborn St.,
DE A- G- r4 OEJ r5
Xw jlllB'--- YELLOW PENCIL Rtvmicrr.cm:AooTHtRcc'jHTRiL5l
II l xiLzZ witritfiQ RED BAND V made by I
Clilfotil Nobk hauled sand the
of this week.
Frank Ryan hauled cement from la
John King has started the founda.
Hon for his new burn.
Mr. and Mrs, Eveiett Myers nnide a
trip to Hastings last Saturday
Mr. and Mis Bert Perry of Red
Cloud are visiting at the Orii Prill
.Mr. and Mr- Lewis Paget and Mis
O.M.Noble made- a trip to Smith
Centei, Tlitirsdiiy to the old Settlers
Mi and Mrs Frank Brn.ii and Mr.
and ills. Paul Carper returned home
i'roin Siiluia, Kansas'. Moi.day, where
the) have been visiting
Oldest iofj House.
The 111 st known In,' house, built by
wl.'te men within the bounds of what
Is now Colorado, w.is erected In 1810
for a troop of Spanish cavalry patrol
ling the Arkansas, near the site of
"Thy word i a lamp unto my feet,
ati'i ii i v'h iititu oiy path:"
I'liy word imvo I l.ld In my hi art
tlp I Ill'gliMlot sin ni.'iilllSi the."
Next Sunday morning Is mir regular
livening Worship lit this time
lib; uci-s to 7:'!0 as do all other services.
('!iisHaii Endeavor tit 0:l."i.
M's-iimaiy Society meets at tho
P.ui-otinire on Fiidny We begin the
stu iy ot tin; boot.: The Child and
America's future. Mrs, Frank Smith
Is ii-1 ii r This stilij.-et should appeal
to every lover ot children and country
At) women and girM invited to join in
We tue sure that all who weie
privileged to attend the Sunday School
Convention the past few ihiys weto
The Social Circle met with Mrs.
Ciyde Smith on I-'iiday afternoon of
l.ii wluU Mrs Smith and Mis, R'ty
itioii'l Koootz S'-t v : lea.
Notice of Hearing
Estate of .loh. uiiii s llimmelbt'ig l)e
cfascd, in the t ouniy Co irt of Web--ter
Count , Nebni-l-a.
The State of rebrasUa. To all per
sous It terested in s'id estate, creditors
and heirs take notice. Unit Mary LemUe
hie. tiled her petition udt-ging that Jo.
hauiies lliiuiue'bi-rg died intestate In
Webster County, Nbriisln, on or
about bepteinbef 111, 11)11, iielng a resi
dent and Inhabitant of Webster Coun
ty, Nebraska, and died seized of the
following described reHl estate, to wit:
The South half ot the South East
Quarter, of Section Two, (2), in Town
ship Three, CI), Rauge Nine, (9), West
of the Gth P. M Webster County, Ne
braska. leavlug as his sole and only heirs at
law the following named poisons, to
vlt: Addelldo lliajtnelberu, hVs widow;
Ljdia lHrch, Delia Leuilte, Anna Herz,
Mary l.emke, and Johu Illmmelberg,
That the Interest of the petitioner
bet eiu hi tho above described real es
tate Is ono of the heirs above named
and the owner of an undivided inter
est in said premises.
and pravintr for a determination of
the time of the death of said Johannes
Hlmmelborg, and of his heirs, the de
gree of kinship and the right of des
cent of the real property belonging to
the said deceased, In the Stalo of Ne
braska, It 13 ordered that the same stand for
hearing the 27th day of October, A D
1023, before the court at the hour of
10 o'clock A. M.
Dated at Red Cloud, Nebraska, this
25th day of September, 102.1.
(Seal) A. D. It ANNE Y,
H. S. Foe, attorney for tho estate.
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Yes, We Have No
WE HAVE TWO
OF PAPER FOR
MAIL ORDER BOND LINEN
Try Hammermill Ripple and be Convinced
The Red Cioad Chief
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hearse in Connection
Dest Service to Others Means Real Happiness to Ourselves.
! BOTH PHONES
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. cThrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and we are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
Regular services every flrstaud third
Sunday In the month in the Advcntlst
church at 11 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. ra. Text Luke
If you aro not worshippliiKelsowhere
you arc cordially invited to worship
O. H. Holnltz, Pastor
Church School lit 10 o'olouk Sunday
Morning Prayer at It o'ulock Snn
Evening Prayer at 7:H0 o'clock Sun
ovenlng , .
You aro wolcomo. Come and worship
Rev. Basil S. Daughorty.
Falsehoods Diacken Houie. ,
In Turkey, when any man la tho
author of notorious falsehoods, they
blacken the whole front of hU houit.
OF THE BEST LINES
RED CLOUD. NEB
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
The Margin or 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 time
come to tho oftlee and we'll writo
u policy on your house, furniture,
store or merchandise,
LATER MAY BE TOO LATFJ-
O. C. TEEL
Nigerian Cradles. ' ' '
The women of Nigeria carry their
caw-born bablos In calabash shells.
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