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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
I? ED CLOUD, NBKRASKA MAliCII 21), 1K)7.
I Subscription 1
I $1 a Year 1
I in Advance
We are Pleased to
An all day and evening entertainment
for our friends and customers.
Four of our talented lady musicians play
ing in unison on four pianos.
An electrical display in the evening.
A Quartet of Colored Singers.
A sure Treat.
Damerell Block, Red Cloud.
Business College Motes
Mis Flvira Kushton. from near
Fsbon. Kan., is u new student this
Tin college will 1e elesined up nice
and trim Saturday in preparation for
Miss Lois I Seek with is doing sten
ographic work for the college now.
She does real rood work.
Don't you think Hay I'almer looks
guilty? Ask any of the .students who
had to walk home Wednesday evening
the reason why'.'
This week is examination week and
many are working hard to secure the
oovetcd prudes tliut are required to
tret one of our pretty diplomas.
(Jeorge Phelps, our janitor the past an(l yonllf people at the Congrega
wintcr. has gone to work for Albright tia eliun:li next Sunday morning.
Urns, (ieorge was the best janitor the Tju. Hiurch will be beuutifully de
college has ever had and we predict 1M.nte,it Several surprises will be in
for him u bright future. A good jani-' htoro fm. t. young people. The fol
tor will make a good man as he climbs ' ltwK js the program for the, evening
up the ladder. service;
The new Oliver typewriter that has
just been secured by the college is a
beauty. It is a No. ft and is the latest
thing on the market. It would pay
anyone contemplating the. purchase of
si machine to come up to the college
and look it over before buying.
The school took a trip out to the
old mill dam and to Miner's ranch last
Wednesday. On the return we stop
ped at the Iturlington roundhouse and
watched the engines come out of their
stalls, turn on the turn-table, take
water and coal and start on their long
journeys. All learned many things
and enjoyed a good time.
A. tl. Dietrich ends his work here
this week and Mrs. Paul S. Dietriclc
takes up work in the college Monday, as
her school closes toduy. Mrs. Dietrich
is glad to get back to the college work
again. All the students that have at -
Announce Our Fifth
tended the college know what Presi
dent Dietrich and his wife can do in
the teaching Hue anil they arc sure of
the success of the college this spring.
These arc the studies that the col
lege will review hefore the April ex
amination: ISookkccping. agriculture,
civics, spelling, penmanship, mental
arithmetic, and theory anil art. Arith
metic and composition will he tauirht,
but not reviewed until after the April
examination, at which time all other
studies leading up to a second grade
certificate will be taken up and fin
ished before the May examination.
Now is the time to start, as we begin
Program for Next Sunday Evening at
the Congregational Church.
Special Faster service for children
' Organ Voluntary
Mr.. Nellie Ciller
Prayer and Confeuion, all (landing.
Repon The l-wd'i Prayer . . . Clioir
Reiponiive Scripture Lruon and Prayer.
Muiic, a Cantata,
"THE KINC OF CLORY"
"He Wa. De.pi.ed" . . Full Choru.
Our Wounded Lord" . Contralto Solo
...,. juih i i rrfmf
. . . Solo and Choru.
Part 4. "Ai It Began to Dawn" . Solo, C&artel, Choru.
Part 5. "Seek Ye the Lord" . Solo. Ojtartet and Choru.
Part 6. ' 'And They Wonhipped Him' ' Solo and Choru.
Sermon "Immortality," Rev. Crewman
Interceuional . 'Sir Knighu Standing.
i Part 7
"An Easier Offering" . , Soprano Solo
i p"t 8- "Hel' ,he K!nB .ciofy'
(The audience ia requetted to keep Kali until th
Knight, have retired.)
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. C. Winfrey and children wish
to extend thanks to the friends and
, neighbors who so kindly assisted them
1 in their rvcuut bereavement.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
Program of Meeting to Be Held at Ina
valc. April 4 and 5.
Following is the program for the
eighteenth annual meeting of the
Webster County Sunday School Asso
ciation, to be held at Imivale next
Thursday and Friday:
Ji.'lO Song and praise service. Ilov. U.
It. !:. Hill.
:i:oo Clradle roll, Mrs. L. L. liorcn.
:t:l,ri - Hcginncrs' Course. Miss Lambert.
:t::iO Primary Teachers' Preparation.
Mrs. II. A. Itowman.
4:0(1- Half Hour With the Children.
7:30 Song service.
8:00 Address of welcome, I lev. Hill.
8:()."i Uesponse, Dr. Thomas.
8:10 Address, Prof. Stoidley.
0:00 Sunrise prayer meeting, led by
11:00 Song service.
0:15 Loyalty iti the Sunday School,
ti:M0 Teachers' meeting. H. . I. Overing.
U:!.") Scientific Temperance in the
Sunday School, Mrs. I.ogan.
10:00 State and County Work. I,. P.
tu:l.i How to Put the Sunday School
to Work, C. W. Cowley.
President's address and report.
County olllccrs' reports.
District ollicer.s' reports.
Election of ollicer.s.
S:(Mi Syng service.
:.':l."i The Teacher's Preparing and
Teaching, Mrs. Cutter.
2:30 The Teacher's Aim and Influ
ence, Mrs. It. S. Farley.
2:1.1 The Superintendent's Wc,ek Day
Work. Itcv. Dexheimer.
:s:00 School Management. W. F.
:i::i0 Hlackboard Talk. Paul S. Diet
rick. :IM.- Church and Sunday School. Itcv.
.1. M. Pates.
1.00 Sunday School Hnlargcmcnt.
7:.'!0 Song service.
moo Address. Miss Haines.
IN PROBATE C01IIT.
March '0th. Fstate of llobcrt
Denny, dci cased. Final account
j lowed and order of distribution
:.'lst. Fs-tutc of Frederick Hank, de
ceased. Decree of probate of will; ap
pointment of Fred Waterinami. admiir
istrator with will annexed. I'oud up
proved and filed: letters issued. Ap
praisers warrant to P. II. Hock and
:.".'d. Fstate of Uudolf Uicck. de
ceased. Hearing ami order on claims:
no claims tiled.
With. Fstate of Uudolf Schultz, de
ceased. Hearing on claims: objections
to all claims tiled. Hearing continued
to April P.'th, one o'clock p. m.
:.7th. Fstate of Carl (Just, deceased.
Decree of probate of will: appointment
of Carl II. Itudd, as executor. Oath
taken and subscribed.
Fstate of Uudolf llieck, deceased.
Final account of executric filed; peti
tion for settlement. Order of hearing
April 17th, 1007.
Fstate of .lames It. Mercer, deceased.
Final account of administratrix filed;
petition for allowance and settlement.
J ()l.m.,. ,)f l.nPIlff April Kith, 1007
:.'2d. Sorgcrson vs Mcintosh;
tinned by agreement.
National Cash Register vs Mu Far
land: trial to jury; verdict for defend
ant. "Pineules" (non-alcoholic) made from
resin from our pine forests, used for
hundreds of years for Madder and
Kidney diseases. Medicine for thirty
days, 81. Guaranteed to give satisfac
tion or money refunded, (let our
guarantee coupon from Henry Cook's
(J. V. 1)11 1)1. i:V. Hl'l'T.
Vacation next week.
Free tuition to county pupils goes
into effect next September.
.1. F. Winters stopped oil" in Ked
Cloud Wednesday, en route for Cam
bridge. Miss Skjelver goes to the South
Western Nebraska Teacher's Associa
tion meeting at Cambridge the last of
Miss Sherman appears on the. Cen
tral Nebraska Teacher's Association
program, which will bo in session in
York. Thursday and Friday of next
week. Her subject is "Primary Head
ing." The removal of 30 pupils from the
3rd and Ith rooms in the north ward
has greatly facilitated the work of
both teachers and pupils. If thorough
ly ellleient work is done, the attend
ance must be kept below thirty-five
scholars per teacher. Few teachers
can successfully manage a greater
The I'nivcrsity reports a shortage of
teachers. Inexperienced men are easily
getting SS0 and 5!0 for small principal
ships. The secretary of the Fmploy
ment llurcau .says they can furnish no
man candidate, even though unexper
ienced, for less than SS0. Women high
school teachers are demanding from $"
to 1. per month advance over last
Vote for the School Bonds.
The Nation this week advocates the
defeat of the school bonds on the
ground that a $10,000 building is gootl
enough for the First ward. Should
the bonds carry. $5,000 of the money
would go to put the high school build
ing in c,oud condition and buy a heat
ing plant for it. Of the money re
maining it probably would require at
least .Ti.ooo for the purchase of a loca
tion, heating plant and furniture for
the proposed new building,
would leave not over 1 1.000 lor I lie
building itself. As to the matter of
the location, we have confidence in fh
members of the school board and ha vi
no doubt they will be nbUs io find a
location for the school buildititr that
will be satisfactory to the majority of
the people. The board has not com
mitted itself upon the matter of a
location because they have not decid
ed upon "inie. I'nless the bonds carry
at this election, the people will have
to put up for another year with the
abominable coiiditiohs that now pre
vail. As if is, we are about twenty
years behind Superior and other neai
by cities in the matterof school build
ings, equipment and methods.
Two days' treatment free. Ping's
Dyspepsia Tablets for impaired diges
tion, impure breath, perfect assimila
tion of food, increased appetite. Do
not fail to avail yourself of the above
offer. Sold by Henry Cook.
With least labor and trouble it
makes hot-breads, biscuit and cake
of finest flavor, light, sweet, appe
tizing, digestible and wholesome.
Greatest Aid to Cookery i
A Central School Building.
The people in the south ward are df
eldedlyin favor of having the board of
education announce where the nen
school school building is to be located.
They want the building located just
south of Curt Fvaus.' The mistake In
the matter seems fo have been in plat
ing the amount too high for the build
ing. We are in favor of the. building,
and hope the bonds will be carried.
While it is natural that the First
ward people should want the proposed
new school building located near the
center of their ward, the Second ward
people are also deeply interested. In
stead of being too much, the amount
asked for is, if anything, loo small.
The proposition of some people to have
three or four little "dinky" schools
scattered till over town is absurd,
when the size of the town is consider
ed. It will be no more of a hardship
for the children of the south end of
I town to walk as far as Fourth avenue
that t will be for those living in tin
northwest ami northeast partsof town,
which will furnish nearly twice as.
many pupils for the new school build
ing as will the south end of town.
Fighth, ami possibly seventh, gradt
pupils from all over the city will be
en red for in the. high school building.
The greatest bcuellt to be derived?
from the new school building is the
doing away with the present plan of
giving each teacher two or three grad
es to teach. I'nder the proposed new
arrangement each grade will have, a
teacher, and the pupils will reap the
benellts of having the undivided attcu-
I tion of their teachers.
Vote for the bonds
Insane Girl Causes Sensation.
About 0 o'clock Monday evening tluV
tire bell was rung and it was not long
.before a large crowd of men were at
the 05 ty Hall to learn where the .fire
was. Put it was not a fire that caused
the alarm. Miss Ida Davis, who is
slightly demented, escaped from her
home and could not be found. A vi
' gorous search was begun at once. Hay
Kcstcrsou. Frank McLaughlin and W.
K. Fit gibbons drove a single rigsoutb
from the Davis residence across tho
race and past Mrs. Trumble's. The
young lady was overtaken near August
Schineling's farm. Mind was asked if
she knew where she was going, where
upon she replied that she did not and
that she was considerably bewildered.
She was asked if she did not wish to
ride, to which she really consented;
and was brought home. It is reported
that Miss Davis will be taken to Lin
coln. lice's Laxative Cough Syrupcoutain
taining Honey and Tar is especially
appropriate for children, no opiates or
poisons of any'haracter, conforms to
the provisions of the National Pure
Food ami Drug Law. .lunc 30, 1(100.
For Croup, Whooping (ough. etc. It
expels Coughs and (.'olds by gently
moving the bowels, (itiarantecd. Sold,
by Henry Cook's drug store.
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