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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1923)
RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
CTWPWI1II LlWil. w
1 NEBRASKA NEWS
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IN DENSER FORM I
- Recent Hnppenlnga In Nebraska K
.1 Given In Drlef Items For jw
ft Duoy Renders ft'
oddfellows of Omaha lire planning
to erect n ?ir.O,CMM) building to house
Twenty horses porMied In n fin of
unknown origin that destroyed the
Phillips livery Imrii lit Alliance
AllgUtt I.OWI'. Inriuor living two
miles from (ionlon. Ims u Hold of corn
that Im making 70 bushels per licit'.
Sunday baseball won by u majority
of HIS votes In n "pedal (lection hold
nl Humboldt. A total of lfS votes
Three young women hnvo purchased
n (i.iicrn unci Odin lii Hir ltoatrleo
and will engage In the poultry business ,
In the spring.
Thieves broke Into u rural school
bouse In district fi7 near Silver Creek,
completely looting the place of new
library and text boifiTs, coal and fuel.
Two men held up "Ino t'nlon l'ucllle
track hihorcr.s In u bunk cur ut May
Statu siding near Fremont, oncaplng
with Si. 000 In cash
A. I'. rM'lhal, a farmer near Puwnoo
City, has 10 hives of boos which, dur
ing the summer Just passed, produced
for him a ton of honey
The American State bank Is tlio
title of a new commercial organiza
tion Just opened at Itushnell with u
capital stock of $15,000.
Tho civil sorvleo commission has
called an culmination for December 8
to (111. the vacancy in the postolllco ut
Alexandria, Thayer county.
Tho Fanners '-'(Ideational Coopoi
atlvo union National convention will
bo hold in Omaha November 20 to '-'2.
Oor .'00 delegates are expected.
A white pelican, one of the extra
large species, was i.hot near Plains lew
by one of the students of Wnjno state
normal who embalmed and mounted
I'.ortram .!. Spencer, -17, professor
of civics at tho University of Nehras.
ka for fifteen years, died at I'nluTslty
hospital at Omaha last week after an
Illness of two months.
Thirty thousand fish have b ecu
planted In tho sand pit lakes near
Fremont by State (!ame Warden (loo.
K. Kostor, In co. operation witli mem
bers of the local Itotury club.
In the home of Mr. and .Mrs. J. It.
Tomploton, in Pawnee City, there is u
clock which has been running con
tinuously slnco isas, when It was pur
chased by Mrs. Templeton's raronts.
A fourth cutting of alfalfa wns har
vested on l'latto valley farms near
Kearney before the recent snow storm.
Alfalfa and hay growers of that
vicinity fared much better thau wheat
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, of
Stelnauor, have been named by the
stato Park board as caretakers for
Arbor Lodge, the now stato irark at
Nebraska City, formerly the homo of
.f. Sterling .Morton.
Mrs. Paul C. Perryman of Ord, nnd
Mrs. (Jeorge Frater of North Platto
were nominated for president of the
Nebraska Federation of Women's
Clubs at tho annual meeting of the
organization at Iieatrlcu last week.
An egg show will bo a feature or
tho tenth annual poultry exhibit to
bo held under auspices of the Omaha
I'oullrj association at tho auditorium
No ember 2t! to December 1. Silver
loving cups and cash prizes will be
C. H. Hoke, who has been oporatlng
a bakery and store at Ode 1 for the
past year, Iiiib sold out and accepted a
call to tho pastorate of tho Methodist
church at Duykln. Ho was formerly
a minister for eighteen yoars. and ran
tho store for the benefit of his health.
Mr. and Mrs. .lames A. Pinkernian,
assisted hy all but seven of their
thirteen children, thirty-two grand
children and thirteen great grandchil
dren, celobrated the fiftieth anniver
sary of their marriage, at their resi
dence In O'Nolll. Friday, November 1'.
The board of control of the Nehras
ki Masonic homo association author
ized the building committee and the
architect to proceed with the plans
for the now Infirmary, which It H
estimated will cost 70,000 and be tho
first unit of tho new buildings that
will be erected at Plnttsmoiith, even
tually making the Nebraska Masonic
homo one of tho lluost Institutions of
Its Kind In the nilddlowesi.
The annual Poultry Show to bo
given at the Auditorium tinder the
auspices of Omaha I'oultrj association,
will bo held November 110 to December
0 The Omaha Poultry Show is grow
ing to bo one of the biggest in tho
Omaha's population is approximate
ly lit 0,000 and Is growing fast accord
ing to dependable llgures issued by
tho census huiciui of Washington,
b'ised on tho latest sc'iool
estimates. Tho figures Indicate an
increase in population since 1!)20 of
I7,ri00 or an average of approximately
0,000 luoroaso a year.
Ilolton C. l.estoa, who has Just re
tired from eight years' servieo as
postmaster at Red Cloud, has accepted
tho position as cashier of the state tlon with Organized Agriculture vv eel..
Hank at that place. . Tlio various stato agricultural as-
Miss Florence Helen, -i student sociatloiiB and the state Home Hcon
nurso at the Paxton Memoiial hospital ! oiuics Association will begin their
ut Omaha, fainted on tho steps of the I meetings on Tuesday, January 8. Tho
building as she was going to woik. Farmera Family run-Feed, the big
She was taken insldo where it was 'banquet which was inaugurated last
found sho hud suffered an mute at- year, Is to bo repeated on Wednesday
tack of appendicitis. An operation evening, January 0. Tho general coin
was immediately resorted to andjmlttee has practically completed tho
successfully performed, and sho Is now i piogram for tho mass meeting of all
rapidly recovering. She is a duuglitor agricultural associations Thursday
of Police Ofllcer A. K. Jojon. I afternoon. January 10.
Scnrclty of cornplckers lins enmed ,
the wage of (I cents to rIo to 8 cents
n kiixhcl In many parts of tho state. ,
.lohn A. .McSh.ine, 7.'l, former con
gressman mid state senator and it
leading business imn of Omaha since '
187-1, died Saturday afternoon In a
The new hydroelcctile plant lmllt hy
ltlnck llros. Mllllni; company on tint
llhip river at Itluo Springs, at n cost
of nearly SltHMMM), after nine mnutha
of conBtrtietion, has lioen placed In
.loo Sherman of Omaha read that
overclso would make licii' lay more
eggs. So he scoured a gont and placed
It In tho chicken pen to run the lions
around. The lions laid, hut tho coat
nlc the eggs.
Tho Standard Oil company liasinudo
a 2-cont reduction In thtv.prlcc of gaso
line, bringing the rotall price to 11',i
cents In Nobrad.u. The tank wagon
price in I'J'i cents. Independent
dealers met tho reduction.
Chicken thieves who roldiod the coop
"I u Saunders county farmer of a niim
uer or vultiuulc fowls, dropped u
wallet containing nearly $700, which '
was found Ijlug In the poultry yard,
next morning, by tho fanner's wife.
The annual poultry show of Ante- I
lopo county will be held in Xcllgh j
on December .", (i ami 7. The Ncllgh
i mimncr oi ( ommerco ih noninu me
movement ami giving every assistance
possible to mako It us big a sueeo.'
Tho Atlnsiiuiik of Nellgh has been
ordered closed by tho state banking
department. It was one of the larg-
est state banks having a total of
.?7S.'t,000 In deposits May IM, when It
was taken over by the former stato
Thete Is a crude counterfeit of Chi
cago federal reserve S10 notes being
circulated over tho state, according
to operatives of the secret son lee.
The face plate number Is fU.'t and tho
buck plate number 8S0. The signa
tures on the counterfeit -ire "A. W.
Mellon" and "Frank White."
Four employes of the Uncoln Trac
tion company nairovvly escaped soil
ous Injury when the injection tank
of ii dlosel oil engine exploded. The
force of the explosion was so great
that the bislness district of Lincoln
was shaken and fragments of cast
Iron were hurled 100 feet across tho
ti.-Ktion (ompau.v's power room.
Farmers from all parts of the 1'nltrd
States will moot in Omaha November
'J0-L2 to attend the annual convention
of the National Farmers- Kdiicatlonal
and Co-Operatlvc Cuion. On the sanio
dates the Nebraska Farmers' Co-Opera-tive
firnln and Livestock State as
sociation will meet. All national or
ganizations officers will bo In atten
dance. Six prizes of $20 In gold and certi
ficates of honorable mention will bo
awarded to Nebraska students by tho
American Chemical society In con
nection with a nation-wide essay con
test, it Is announctd by Dr. William
M. llarr, 1'nlon Pacific consulting
chemist, who Iibb been named con
test chairman in this state.
A Btnull paper-back volume, "Tho
Second Funeral of Napoleon," by
Thackeray, purchased for 10 cents
by M. 1-2. Northvvall an Omaha man,
I Is a duplicate of one that brought
$0.10 at auction In New York In 1020.
Mr. Northvvall bought tho book ut a
local book store, and neither he nor the
proprietor discovered the value of tho
volume until afterwards.
Death recently of three persons at
Morrill, from eating some homocanned
beans marks the first discovery of
"poison soil" in Nebraska so far us la
known hy Dr. J. D. Case, suporinten
dent of the stale department of health
and welfare, who Is Investigating t Do
ease. Kamlnatlou of tho beans ut tho
State .University laboratory In Lincoln,
disclosed tho presence of "botulism"
poisoning, believed to hnvo been drawn
from tho soil at Morrill where tho
beans were grown.
Uoboit Samler, an employe of an
Omaha publishing house, Is wearing !
a smile that won't eomo off. He has
Just located u hi other who disap
peared nine years ago, and for whom
he bus vainly sought during all thoso
jours. Tho brother, Lou Samler, la
now living in .Minneapolis, but beforo
settling in that place, has mined in
Alaska, was a member of tho "Princess
Pat" icglment In France, was gassed
on the Marne, was "treated rough" at
Met, sent to hospital and finally re
turned to New York. From there ho
wound up In the Minnesota town,
finally getting In touch with his brother
who smiles and Is counting tho days
until they meet again.
With an averago attendance of
nearly 08 per cent for the first six
weeks, Kearney school children seem
ingly are out to smash records. Tho
enrollment now numbers 1,01.", as
compared with 1.S0S in 1022. and 1,
718 in 1021.
O. T. Chaddock. 80, civil war votoian
and Mrs. Alex llample, 70, both of
Peatrlce vvero married recently at
Marysvlllo, Kan. Mr. Chaddock who
i bin been living at the Old Soldiers'
homo at Mllford, recently re
turned front a trip over the southern
battlefields whoro ho fought with tho
union army when young man.
Tho Slatr Poultry Association l
holding Its whiter poultry show hi
Lincoln .lanuary 7-11, 1021, in coimec-
Austrian Royalist Troops Reviewed by Hitler
Adolph Hitler, loader of the Haviuian Fasclstl, does not rolj wholly on that organization lit his efforts to restore
tin tiorman monarchy. A large number of Austrian troops are said to bo allied to his royalist party, and they wear the
swastika, emblem of the liavurlan Fuse stl. Hitler is shown In this photograph reviewing these Austrlans at Salzburg.
i IX ill vvsffirj ? ":::"rkH'MK 'Hi i Ity
In the llrmnment of screen stars the latest are tiny microbes. As the result of research by biologists and tech
nlciuns ot London with the cinematograph, tho public shortly will see u number of films delving deep Into nature's dra
matic underworld. In the photograph are .shown: Man on loft, filming microbe; center, man watching movement
of microbe, and on tight, controlling the light by which the film is taken.
Weaves Cloth for Mr. Coolidge
President Coolidge Is soon to have a new suit nnd the cloth will not cost
him one cent. Mrs. J. M. Jackson of Needham, Mass., has been weaving It at
the rnte of one and one quarter yards per day on a band loom nearly 200
years old. The cloth resembles the familiar Irish homespuns, tho mixture
being white nnd a dull red.
Continuous protest that the children of railroad section hands were not
M'ttlng a decent iducatlon, because of the constant Jumping around of the men
folk in tho work, prompted a southern railroad to hire a teacher and full equip
ment of school supplies. An extra car was attached to the others In which
lived tho families of the section hands, and every morning the children can bo
found In their aouts, answering tho roll call.
the Microbe Into the
MAKER OF STONE PIPES
Joseph Taylor, one of the Inst In
dians near Pipestone, Minn., who Is
carrying on the art of stone pipe muki
lug, nn art which will soon pass Into
oblivion. A soft red clay abounds in
this region and In days gone by Indians
made long trips t() the spot to get
material for pipes. The stone Is easily
cut, Hied Into .shape with a coarse tile,
and given a high polish with a piece
PILLAR OF BOLSHEVISM
New portrait study ot Carl Itmlek,
Soviet leader, whose strong hand has
often guided the Russian ship of state
and kept It off tho rocks.
If FOB GIRLS
Mrs. Lodic Tells How Lydia
E. Pinlcham's Vegetable
Compound Helped Her
Tyrone, Pa. "A friend told myhua
band how Lydia E. Pinkham's VcRota-
uio compound nad
bclncd his wife, so
my husband bought
mo a bottlo becauso
I was so run-down,
bad a nervous weak
ness, no strength in
my body and paina
in my left sido so
bad that I could
hardly do my work.
Dcforo I wn3 mar
ried I U3od to work
. III hllU AUUIAJIJ, LillU X
had pains just tho samo then as I havo
had since I havo dono my housework. I
would not bo without a bottlo in tho
houso now. It has stopped tho pains all
right and I havo found out that it is a
wonderful body builder, as it has mado
me well and strong. It is going to bo
tho 'old reliable' with mo hereafter,
and I am always willing to tell other
women how it ha3 hoi pea mo. You can
uso this letter a3 you wish as I can hon
estly cay that my words aro true."
Mrs. M. Lodic, H.P.D. No. 4, Box 40,
Letters like this brhg out tho merit
of Lydia E. Pinkhnm'a Vegetable Com
pound. They tell of tho relief from such
pains and ailments after taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Fascinatingly Fragrant '
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Mablo And did you object when h
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.Many u man has that tiled tueiing
because of his utrcuuous efforts to
Fresh, sweet, white, dainty clothes
for baby, If you uso Ited Cross Hall
I'llue. Never streuks or Injures them.
All good grocers sell It. Advertise
ment. Was Too Severe.
Iieoch Why did you break your en
gagement with the school teacher?
Ash If I failed to meet her every
night she expected me to bring u writ
ten excuse signed by my mother.
is a Combined
local and internal, and has been success
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healing, waterproof nnd cannot pro
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. Put ono on iha pain It gone,
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