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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1915)
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Prof. Boehr Places
Exhibit at Kearney
Last week the central Nebraska
Educatiotial Association was held at
Kearney, and Prof. Boehr placed on
exhibit the apparatus and material
used in Agricultural teaching in the
Red Cloud Iligh School. Supt. C. M.
Barr, the president of the association,
expressed great satisfaction because
he had asked Prof. Boehr to place the
material on exhibit and it had met
with such suocess.
The articles on exhibit were as fol
lows: Babcoclc milk tester; lactometers;
rooks and minerals; wheat types; corn
types; oats and barley;, Cuzco corn;
grasses; projection lantorn: composi
tions written by pupils; maps and
drawings by pupils; bulletins from
many states; toxt books; library books;
corn prodnots; milling products and
other industrial exhibits.
The Pod Gorn, Cuzco Corn and
Rocks attracted the most attention
About 400 teachers looked at our ex
hibit, as well as a large number of
other visitors. Many teachers are
contemplating similar equipment for
Red Cloud High School is among
the leading schools, and probably the
best agricultural high school in Ne
braska, and to Prof, John Boehr bo
longs no small amount of credit for
this fact. While this Is P of. Boehr's
first year at this place, as an instructor
of agriculture and science, yet he has
proven to bo thoroughly competent,
has secured results, and has made Rood.
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Former Red Cloud Girl
Married At McCook
The following article taken from the
McCook Republican, will prove inter
esting reading to the many ti lends of
the Galusha family, who formerly re
sided hero, Mr. Galusha being lu the
"Wednesday evening Miss Juliet
Galusha and Mr. E. W. Berry were
quietly married at the homo of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. (Ja
luslia, 'corner F and 3rd street east.
Rev. D. L. MoBrido pastor of the
Baptist church, officiating, and left for
Watcrtown, South Dakota, where they
will make their home', where be had
apartments prepared for his bride, that
being Mr. Berry's headquarters. Both
young people aro well known to al
most everyone here. The groom has
lived here practically all his life and
is a graduate of the city high school
lie has been iu the employ of S. A.
Maxwell & Co., of Chicago, for the
past several years, most of tho time as
a traveling salesman. The bride has
lived here for four years and has been
quite prominent in social nffuits and
made many friends The Republican
jolus their many friends in best wishes
for a happy und prosperous lifo to tlio
At best rates aud terms to be hud in
this state. Call for me at State Hunk
of Red Cloud. O. "F. Gather,
Ed. Crary and Will Coons were up
from Guldo Rock, Saturday.
A Newspaper That fllves The News
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. APRIL J, 1!M5.
John C. Myers Dies
Suddenly On Sunday
The community was pained Monday
morning to hear of tho Midden death
of liohn U. Myers.
During his earlier yoirs in this com
muuity lie was engaged In Ills business
us painter and decorator, and several
of tlio homes of this city give witness
to tin1 taste and sUilt with which lie1
used his brush.
Ho was more than a merely skillfull
layor-ou of paint, and delighted lu the
exeioisc of the creative powers of an
To such a man, the teaching and
symbolism of Masonry made a strong
appeal, and for many years, ho was
recognized as the best Informed most
enlightened member of the Craft in
this portion of the Republican valley.
Ills service as instructor and exponent
of Masonic culture were widely sought
and he was always ready to manifest
the light which glowed from the
Seven or eight venrs ngo, his physio
inns, pronounood him incurable, and
told hlin to put his home in order be
cause his leHbe of life whs practically
t -Few, have bora such at eominualoa
tion with a bravery .kind Her npirit than
MY, Myers exhibited.
Nothing daunted by either his Buf
ferings, or the nbnarcnt hoDelessness
of his stfuggle, he 'confronted his 'fate1;
iTUTciycnecnuiiy. mo never yiemeu
to despJMjdeucy,' nor lost uYs .jfieatthful
interest Tn tlli'li'fif 'about him. On the
street, in the lodge room, at the graves
of deed brethren, he was always pres
ent until the last few months, with his
words of Masonic kindliness and hope.
Mr. Myers was born Aug. 28th, 18.10
came to Nebraska in 1880 was mar
ried in 1881 to Miss Alice A. Eddy
there were no children from this union.
The funeral services will be held
Friday. The Chief along with his
many friends extends sympathy to the
bereaved wife and relatives.
The Red Cloud Chief of last week
was the greenest looking paper we
had seen for some time, aud we were
wondering what had gone wrong down
iu the Chief office, thinking that per
haps tho force had become snow blind
and had been wearing green goggles,
but on looking at the editorial column
of that paper we lcarnod that editor,
A. B. McArthur, was born on St. Pat
rick's day and was celebrating the
event. Rushville Standard.
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APRIL 1, 2 and 3
16 LBS. SUGAR
When Taken With the Same Amount of
Extra Fancy Berries, regular 25c and 28c 23c
Extra Fancy Pineapples, regular 35c 23c
Eztra Fanoy White Cherries, regular 30c 28o
Extra Fanoy Peaches, regular 25c 23c
Extra Fancy Llttlo Garden Peas, regular 20o... 18c
Standard Brand Peas, regular 10c 7c
Extra Fancy White Wax Beans, regular 20c ... . 18c
Good Quality Wax Beans, regular 15o, 12c
Punch Sweet Potatoes, regular ISO 12c
J. M. Pork and Beans, regularise 80
Small Cove Oysters, regular 10c 8c
Large Size Milk, regular 10c 7fc
All Kinds of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
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Fifty - two Weeks Each Year Far 91.50.
Easter Program At
The United Church
Don't miss the Easier service at tho ,
United church, Sunday, April 1th, tit
11 a. in. and 7 p. in. I
Sunday morning service in honor of
the Masonic fraternity. Appropriate
music will be rendered by the choir.
Solo by Mrs Carrie Cioss. Trio by
Mrs, Itutli Gellatly aud Mr. aud Mrs.
A N Hush.
Morning subject, "Free Masonry."
Every Mason and all persons inter
ested iu this question should hoar tho
addess on Masonry.
Miss Grace Hooper will spak to tho
Uuted C. E Society at 7 p. in. at the
Christian church. Miss lloopr H
from Crete and is a specialist lu U. E.
The following is the Master Cantata
to be given by the United Chinch choir.
Sing Aloud Unto God Our Strength
Therefore My Heart Is Olad (Solo)..
H. 13. Thomas
Thou Wilt Shew Me tho Path of Life
For If We Relieve (Solo)
Announcements Collection -
Joy Cometbitn the'MOrning..
..RuthGellatlyMr and Mrs. Bush
The ttlaue Which the Builders Re-
Rinsed (Solo) C L. Cotting
Lift Up Your Beads, O Ye Gates...,.
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I Will Extol ;tlics.'jlSolp),.,.rtf M.,f.,.j(.
.'. . .Mrs,' ttuth Gfclialy
The Day of Resurrection.' Chorus
Address J. L. Bebee
Behold, I Show You a Mystery So...
Christ the Lord is Risen Again
Blessed Be the Lord God. Final Chorus
Tho Webster County Sunday School
Convention to have been held in Bladen
Marcli 10th and lltli, but postponed
on account of the storm, will be held
at Bladen, May 5th and Gtli. It is
hoped by that time that the weather
and roads will be at their best. The
program as formerly plannod will be
carried out It is un excellent ono
and you should not miss it. The talks
by Miss Brown will bo worth going
miles to hear. At that time the smile
of spring will bo blossoming and you
will feel just like attending and taking
part. Bladen Enterprise.
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R. V. NICHOLSON
ALL WORK DONE WITH LEAST PAIN POSSIBLE
ALL WORK POSTIVELY GUARANTEED
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Dan Barber Buys
Osceola Drug Store
A deal was consummated yesterday
whereby Mr. D. F. Barber, of Stella,
Nebraska, became the owner and
proprietor of the II. J. Mclieth drug
stock. As the Democrat goes to pi ess
the invoice has not yet been completed
but will bo this evening. Mr. Barber
is an experienced druggist And comes
to the city highly recommended. On
the part of the people of Osceola and
speaking for itself also, tho Democrat
bids Mr. Barber a hearty welcome.
4,May he live long and prosper."
The Chief along with Dan's
friends here wish him success.
Tho ladies of the M. E. church will
hold their annual Kuster Bazar on Sat
urday, April ilrd, In the Nowhouse
building formerly occupied by Ed
Amuck. Tboy will have on sale aprons,
caps, ladles' underwear, aunbonnets
and children's clothes,
dinner will be Bcrved.
served also, price 25c
A Chicken Pie
Supper will be
The New Styles In
We will be very
Stalida show them?
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A. 0. U. W. Install
Officers On Tuesday
The regular meeting of the A. O. U.
W. lodge was held Tuesday evening
and about one hundred members were
iu attendance. Twelve candidates
were initiated into the mysteries of
tho order and another large class wilL
be taken in at tho next meeting, April
12th. The following ofllcers for this
year were installed:
Master Workman C. F. Cather.
Foreman Ernest Davis,
Overseer Simon HufTer.
Inside Watch Curt Huselbaker.
Outside Watch H. J. Maurer.
Fluaucler Paul Storey.
Recorder W. O. Hamilton.
'Treasurer Frank IIuiTer.
All the members are requested tn be
present at the next meeting as there
will be something doing.
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Miss flazol Robiusou was a passen
ger to Clay Center Saturday morning
to visit her brother, Bruce -Robinson
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