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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1914)
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Your Duly To
not only save for a rainy day. but to
Safeguard Your Savings.
YOU CAN'T LOSE if you deposit in this
bank, because we operate under the State
Guaranty Law, and every dollar is protect
ed by the State Guaranty Fund.
Besides that, this bank is sound and safe
and conservatively managedyour ' money
here would be safe without the State Guar
anty, but with the added protection, you
simply can't lose no matter what happens.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOyD. NEBRASKA
SeS8S SS HIM III' I igSSSg
ius--a AND '$:&
ALL THE PHONES
There is no Closed
It is the "all-the-yoar-around"
sport, and you can
carry a Kodak anywhere.
Easy to use and every part
of the work can be done in
Kodaks. 55.00 to $111,00
Brownies. 51.00 to $1200
All the new goods from Ko
dak City in stock.
E. H. Newhouse
Optonictriut and Jeweler,
Notice to Parents
Any pupil desiring fioe high school
tuition for tho coming year must rank e
written implication to the county
supeiintendent on or heroic the
second Monduy In Juno.
Application inubt bo made BACH
YEAlt Tlio blanks for freo high
school tuition may bo secured from tho
town superintendents or fiom the
Gkwrudk L. Coon,
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June 1, 11)11
Board of Education met In regular
ses-don. Mcuibfcis piesent: lleuty
Glllmui, 1'iesldent; It. K. Foe, Secre
Uuy; L. II. lilnckludgc, Uoo. V. Coon,
Minutes cf previous meeting read
Communication ftotu J. C Tin one of
I3.utlesvillci "Oklu., read legiudlug
position ut Mis. Thtono to 3rd grade,
application of Mis. Throne cancelled
on account of Mr. Throne not accept
ing position ofleied in connection witli
that of Mis. Tin one.
The following claims weo read and
Ceoile Thornton S i 122
C. J.I'latt 230 00
J.C. Mitchell 73
Pope Bros 2 10
II. E. Gi ice Drug Co 2 10
The Red Cloud Chief l 25
Webster County Argus ft 00
Commercial Advertiser 11 20
American Disinfectlug Co., 10 00
Ame'rlcuu Book Co,, l 32
Moved by lllackledge aud seconded
by Wefbiicr that dooib bo built to en
close books under lock also build par
tition In Commercial room for a typo
writing room. Can led.
Moved by Iihtcklcdgu and seconded
by Coon that course of Typovvrlttug
and Domostlc Science In all grades InVmiethlng worthy of
High school bo elective. Carried. I IIe interests, and tho m
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miivi'ii in iiri-niiHr ii ii ni'i-i it ii ii'ii nv
Coon that L. II. Ulackledgo ho appoint
ed to act us temporary secretaiy in
Foc'h absence. Carried.
Moved by Weesner and seconded by
DIncklodgo that lieach Robertson bo
retnluod as Jaultor one more month
Totul receipts for yeur S20,n7: 81
Total expense for year 110,811 42
Upon motion Board adjourned,
R. E. Fon, Secietavy.
Tho Uoaidof Equalization will meet
Wo pay cash for produce uo chips.
Weesner, Perry & Co.
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RED OLOTJD, JSEKRASKA, JUXE 1, liM,
."' I Deem altou 1) tj scmce weie obser
(f J I vid by the eutlie coinmunitv. Tin'"
l$ 'veterans themselus me but it coipor
fi ' ftl guaid wheie once they constituted
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II Mill UUUllitll V. JHIbtUl'y IIIIW IllilUU
tlie day one whose peculiar iKiHc
lei'iii lit ll liliely to be forgotten. The
cctueti'iy Is more heiiutiftil each year,
and tlieru U a stiong scntlmunt awak
ened F,iti all the people to make aud
keep tin- -iletitclty a lit habitation for
tlie bodies of those wo loved and those
Tlie opeia house was crowded to,
listen to the e.ercl-es of the after
noon. After the band had letltcd,
Mrs William West icndeied unuppio
priate solo, hi which the mhik, "Silver
Tin eads Among the Gold," was tians
posed in wouls to make a pathetic
hi into the aging comrades of those
whoo gtnrcs had been dccoiatcd.
A class of school Kills ihcssed In
white and carrying Hags gave a pictty
dt 111 upon the platfoim.
Cliaplalu lloycoiead Lincoln's Oottys
bmg speech witli an appreciative sense
of that nitirvelous utterance.
Tj. .1. Oveiing Jr. was the oiator of
the occasion. He spoke feelingly ol
the Incidents which the diy tecalled
to the veterans, the duy&of ecltelbeut
ptecediug the war, the enlistment,
camp life, the Ioiik inaiatuo and the
flist,battle Heio the speaker gave, a,
'giaphic deseiiptlon of tlie taking of
Fott Douelson. Ho tduched briefly On
th& expected and realized icsults ot
the Civil war, tlie lestoiatiou of tlie
union, the establishment of national
unity nnd the abolition of slavery.
lie then devoted his attention to some
of the unexpected consequences. A
great, heiolc stiuggle taxing the ut
most lesouiees of tho nation, physical,
mental, sphitual, broadened the in
tellectual horizon of tho people, stimu
lated their activities, awakened their
dormant eueigles. Tlie otga'niK.itlou
of the millions into scpiadious of war
taught the oiganizatiou of multitudes
into vast industrial aimies. which had
accomplished tho gigantic iicliietc
incuts of peace since tho war. the inter
oceanlc'iailioads, tlie Atlantic cables,
the wheless telegraphy, the Panama
The quiekonlngof the intellectual
faculties had added thousands of valu
able Inventions to our use, tlie tele
phone, the talking machines, eleutiic
lights and electitc motois, whichcie
changing the coudltlous ot the people
in modes and to au extent liiconipic
heiislble. The spirit ot helpfulness, mil lured
in the camp, on the march and Held of
battle, had insulted in the great lia
teriuil'oigaulictUoub, and the develop
ment of a kindlier, stronger biotliui'
hood iiiuoug mott.
Tho South with the cut so of slavery
lifted fioui Its life, and opened to the
sun's clear shining, had become a
aiuiny south" for all Its people. Its,
cities vveio fast equalling tholr bisters
of the north In Industrial eutei prise.
The spirit of union und a revived
nationalism pervaded all sections, in
loyalty to one llag, and one' efFort to
roallzo tlie faith of Lincoln, "That
Government of the People, bytlio
People, und for the People.Should Not
Peiish From tho Hurtli."
The spocch, while not at all prosaic,
was of the kind that stimulates
thought, aud furnishes" inutetiat for
solid thinking. Mr. Overlng Is, ilrst of
ai( outeitalulug.nnd last of all, has
matters he sug
gests are worth the interest. '.
Is your subscription past due'.'
All tho ladles spring coats go at M
pi Ice now at Weesner, Perry & Co.
Mis. (ilea Walkor departed Monday
morning for David City to visit her
Miss Knthryn Burke loft Monday
morning for her homo at Walnut,
Iovvii, to spend her vacation.
Earl Hall, Amos Mlksch, Chas.
Mocde, James Gilbert and Lloyd Ciovv
autoed to Hastings Sunday and took
hi the ball game.
Commencement exeidses wete held
In thu opeia house Thutsduy, May
28th. Thht.v thiec giadnate-t wete
seated in a double setni-cliclu on the
platform, while fully four bundled
aud tifty friends aud relatives weie In
attendance Tlie Hot, orchestra added
savor to tho occasion. A selection!
preeedid and followed the Invocation
by ltev. l.ayue, dining which the clivs
i villained standing.
Tho live ui a tors ol the evening oc
cupied prominent, seats in the fiout
iow. Tho the heat was Very oppiessive,
and augmented to hy tho number pies
ent, not a sign of uneasiness was to bo
seen which speaks v ell for the enter
talnets. "Luther Hut bunk'' as titated by
William Urunncr, was a subject which
showed the ouug man in the light of
a foiceful thinker, but lacking in the
main essential tor a would be orator,
namely, the corresponding e.xpiesslon
so as to make a pcisuaslvo appeal,
This element combined with a master
ful c.xpitsslon aud stylo muikcd the
clitna.x of the evening in tlie oration,
"Universal Peace," by William WiIkIu.
Maiiy-weio heard to express the
opinion that a gie.it platform caicer
was in sight for him should cltcum-
stances involve this element in his
"Gicut Women Writeis" by Jla'el
JoKnstoiIiJhottcd a. great deal ot-rc
search and was evidence of an exten
sive und comprehensive leader, while,
"Woman's Kingdom" the theme of
Fieida Simmons, pieseuted thioughout'
an appeal rather horn the Imagination
and uo luck of lesource.
Agues Stcwaul, in a most mnsterly
lorlevvaud conception of "The Momoe
Doctrine," presented her subject in a
manner that would easily do cicdltto
a speaker whose expeilencc and travel
had biought her in dlioct contact with
the oiigln opetatlou aud, lesull of this
The question "What Deteriniiies tho
Increase of Graduates Kacli Year
Fiom tho High School," as piopouiidcd
by the piesident of tho school board,
was ably and most iiiteiestlngly dls-cub'-ed
by Prof. .Moiltz, aftet which
the presentation of diplomas was made
by Henry Gilliam chaiiuiau of the
One moic Holectiou by the oichestia
and the bciiedicltiou closed tho e.xnr
ci"es of the laigest and must success
ful class in the hlstoiy of the school
Senior Class Frolic
The Senior class enjoyed a last ic
union Monday evening in tlie Masonic
hall. Members who diopped out dur
ing pievlous yoais swelled the attend
ance to forty and all enjoyed them
selves as only those at a faievvell may.
Jay Studebakor, Kenneth Wilson,
Elenor Gilham, Mario Ross, Margaret
Stevens, Will Storey aud Hurry Yost
vvero guests of tho giaduates.
Tho Bet, orchnstru furnished music
and those who did not participate in
tho pppular pastime found amusement
In the rooms adjoining tho hall.
Ice cream and cako vveio served at
midnight and theyouug people depait
ed, never to assemble again as a class.
At their passing it might be well to
review tholr accomplishments hi our
midst, however so much has been said
that vvc will only consider that in
which they have surpuBsud the
graduates of former years The High
School annual the first over attoinpted
in Red Cloud, Is uo doubt the most
permanent monument to tholr achieve
ments. Tho this was a project u little
loss than self suppottlng their pros
polity lu other lines fully covers tho
deficit, and a balauce of SuO It is under
stood will bo used In the construction
of n concrete bench lu tho school yard.
Wo congratulate the class on their
success thus fur, aud hope that In
ci casing prospeilty may attend their
efforts in time to come.
Get you a spring coat now. They
are selling them at )j price utWeosuer,
Perry & Co.
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You have new fence to build and old
to repair. "Do It Now" before you
are too busy in the field. We have
just received two cars of Tennessee
Red Cedar Posts 3in and 3'in, and a
car of White Cedar .quarters and
Prices Are Right
THE MALONE-AVERY CO.
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Hot Weather Calls
For Cool Clothes
See the Lines of Cool Stuff
Provided For You Here
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Hats in Straw and Silk From
50c to $6.
"Munsing' "Porosknit,'' "Goodknit
"B. V. Dr Underwear
A Store Full of Good Things at Popular
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I will have a Souvenir Day as my goods arrived
too late for my opening intended for May. I
will give every lady a beautiful Souvenir Plate,
a H-qt. Granite Dish Pan for 10 cents as long as
they last, One to a customer. ,'.
Don't For&et the
The JBodel Variety Store
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Bargain Day, Wednesday, June 10th
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Palm Beach Suits
Date June 6th
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