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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1913)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MAY LM3, MM'.l.
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PROGRAM: ,k ' '
The Crusader's March Orchestra
J. P. Sousa
The Garden of Dream Waltzes Orchestra
F. W. Stimpson -
The Russian HoneymoonPlay Class of 1913
Act I. Scene The Home of Ivan the Shoemaker
Blue Jacket March J. E. Betz
Gene Emerson, Xylophone Solo
Act II, Scene Same as Act I
The Telephone Girl Selections Orohestra
Act III. Scene The Chateau of Count Woroffski
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Hungarian Dance No. 5 J. Brahms. Orchestra
Lustspiel Overture Keler Bela Op. 73..; Orchestra
Charlemagne Oration Marguerite Pulsipher
The American Indian Oration Ina Drake
A Vision of Salome J. B. Lampe Orchestra
Benjamin Franklin Oration Kathryne Thomas
The Bridal Party Overture R. Schlepegrell Orchestra
Companionship Address Rt. Rev. J. A. Tancock
The Whitewash Man, Rag J. Schwartz Orchestra
Presentation of Diplomas
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Ihe ttta&s of 1913
Bertha Chaplin Verha Chaplin
Ina M. Drake Bertha Doyle
Alverda M. Hunsicker J. Evan Hutchins
Marie K. Jernberg
Emma B. Peterson
Helen M. Reiher"
Charles R. Sherer
Verlin W. Taylor
Lulu Belle Mclntyre
Marguerite M. Pulsipher
Alvin T. Rathjen
Flora D. Shute
Lenora F. Springer
Kathryne V. Thomas
Ethel E. Wisecarver
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE
It is tru thsjt you are, not likely to loio your
avinff i! deposited in any good bankbut you
are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN NOT to !oe thorn
when you deposit where you haye the additional
protscUon of the State Guaranty Law. Such
protection is offered you here.
It is surely "food business" to deposit where
you got absolutely guaranteed protection, in pref
erence to placing money in a bank that guaran
The State Guaranty Law is behind every dollar de
posited in this bank, and when you open an account here,
you are ON THE SAFE SIDE.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
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RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA
ThU is to certify thftt I never signed
the saloon Petition as published in the
Guide Rock Signal of May 15th, 1018.
Mns. L. I'Koa.
I hereby forbid any and all parties
from trespassing, hunting or shooting,
alsodumplug or burryiug ouy dead
animals, manure or other refuse of
any kind upon my land on either side
of the road east of the river bridge.
Any parties doing bo will bo liable to
prosecution after this dato.
Red Cloud, Neb,, May lOtta, 1013.
Mni. Li. M. Stoneiibeakkr.
Boys' School Encampment
K. Von Forrell of Soottsbluff, super
intendent of the Boys' State Fair
School, is busily engaged in arranging
the details of the encampment which
will bo held at the Nebraska State
Fair, Aug. 20 to Sept. 0. A physical
director will be provided undexcolletit
opportunities will be furnished for
observation and study. Gov. J. II,
Morehead, State Superintendent J, K.
Delzoll, Dean E. A. Burnett, T. F.
SturgesR, h. Ile'rron and Herbert Quick
composo the commission which has
charge -of the encampment. Delegates
will be selected May Hi, .Consult the
In The Lead
Wednesday waa Bargain Day for
votes in The Chief aotoraotyle contest.
Onhatone day w Issued Honple the
regular number of votes 'on till sub
scription money received. Contest
ants, and their friends, had been work
ing ever sine the bargain -day waa
announced, to secure subscriptions to
turn in for the doubls count, and the
result was some big reports were
made. A" glance at the standing of
the contestants this week will reveal
some great changes.
Miss Coon takes the lead this, week
for the first time. SJie Is not so far in
the lend, however, but what she can
easily be overtaken by any of the con
testnnts. Miss Cttrtwright holds
second place and is less tlmii ten
thousand votes behind the leader. Mih.
Matkins made the largest gain of any
of the cohtestants, jumping from
.10,0no which sho had to her credit last
week, to lr.8,000 this week. Miss Uayes
also made a good report and holds
third place. Had she turned in two
more five year subscriptions for both
papers on bargain day she would have
been in the lead by a good majority.
The race now has the appearance of
a real contest as contestants and thslr
friends seem more Interested, and
doing better work, than, ever before.
We predict that some good worty will
be done between now and the wind
up. One thing we are sure of, and
that is that nocontestant wants to feel
that she slie has the automobile cinch
ed at this time. It is going to take
more votes to wind than anyone has
at tho present date, therefore they
do not want to feel ooHdent that they
have things their own way and sit
down to rest, for if they do someono
will get ahead and win the automobile,
The next big day will be the duy the
prizes ore awarded. That will be tho
contest closing date, Saturday, June
14atG p. m. From now uutil that
time the contest will move on and the
votes will be counted according to tho
regular voting schedule, When thn
closing hour arrives everything will
stop and the votes will be counted by
n set of disinterested judges and the
contestant having the largest number
to her credit will be awarded tho
Ford Touring Car; the second highest
the Diamond Ring and tho third tho
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