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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1915)
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1KD CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Bntcrcd In tho I'oitofllec nt Kid (loud, Nob.
m Hccond Claim Matter'
A . McAKTHUK
TBK ONIiY DKMOCHATIO I'AI'KH IN
True to pledges ninilc prior to elec
tion tho 1015 legislature iimtle sub
nUntlal savings In npproprlutlons. Ex
clusive of thoso for maintenance or the
University and Normal Schools, tho
reductions In appropriations for stiite
government, when compared with
thoso of 1013, Bro 81,033,81 U7. The
principal Items making up this sum
ro for legislative cxpenea, tns,AG3 CO.
For tho fifteen state Institutions under
the board of commissioners, 9.130,015 Do
and for twenty eight boards, com
mission bureaus oto., tlU,M;'2,t!3.
For years this city has been talking
about a paik but nothing has ever
materialized from tho talking. In tho
meantime laud vuIiioh have iidvanc.vi
and each year desirable ground is fur
ther out of reach. In order to have a
park and one that could be purchased
nt a reasonable 6um why not orgHiil.e
a country club? There are certainly
enough people in this city to swing
Mich a project and when the summer
months coino it would mahc an ideal
place to spend a spare day or hour.
Sec Webster county first! Tho mouoy
.spent on ono vacation would more Mum
pay any one individual share to the
park fund and the next year no vaca
tion would bo needed that Is away
from home. Let's have a Country
Gospel Team Coming
Tho Oopel Team of North Uranch
"Will bo at Ash Cieek Sunday. Our
Sunday School will be opouud nt ID a.
in. and the tenm take ehargont eleven
Notico the elumgo In tho time of ser
vice Everybody is urged to bo pies
tnt. C. li Myeiih, Pastoii.
THE OLD AND THE NEW
Htipsrlntendcnt Morllzhns deflnate
ly decided to sevor his connection with
tho Red Cloud schools as announced in
tho board proceedings last week. Mr.
Morlt. came to this city eight years
ago and found a high school with an
enrollment of CI pupils, he loaves
with a high school enrollment of 217
pupils. That tells the story better
than we can tell It. Mr. Morltz has
always been loyal to tho school and to
the pupils Ho was ever seeking to
improve the system and the individual
child and he has been unquestionably
successful In both undertakings. Tho
pupils hud In him a warm friend and
counsellor and they felt perfectly free
to approach him with any of their
problems whether thoy were pertain
ing to their studies or not, Asa Super
intendent, Mr. Morltz had the happy
faculty of getting along well with his
teachers, ho worked with them and
made them feel he was nlso ii part of
the team. He leaves to tako up In a
moro extended manner educational
problems In tho State Superintendent's
otllceln Lincoln. Tho Chief wishes
him the utmost success and predicts
that he will use the samo unswerving
loyalty there that ho has displayed in
this city. ,
So long as wo were compelled to
have a change In the superlutondency
of our city schools It is very fortunato
that this district was able to secure
tho services of Mr. Whitehead. He
comes to us with years of successful
experience. He is a nmn'Jn school
and out of school. Ills nblllty Is un
unquestioned and wo look forward to
a continuation of our present policies.
The Chief believes that tho Hoard of
Education has acted wisely In select
ing Mr. Whitehead and also believes
that ho will rocelvo the hearty oo oper
ation of all the patrons of tho school.
Here's looking to the new school year
ami may it be bright ft tun beginning
B6SOHMM'V flRHM nHHHi63
Here To Stay
You will need that Porch
Swing or Settee. I just re
ceived another shipment of
Swings and Settees. Also have
a full line of Canvas Cots, Steel
Cots and Sanitary Couches.
CALL IN AND LOOK THEM OVER
Furniture and Undertaking
Red Cloud Nebraska
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The Miner Bros. Co.
Lands Big Contract For Sole
Distribution of the Inter-State
Silver Company State Spoons,
A SPOON FOR EVERY STATE
JLPyour COLLECTION HOWv XvL
JBHIjwEhBP A WMfcrful Opportunity fir Spun CoflMttrs JJCfe3&
ImKMSIlW By special arrangement with the Interstate Silver Co. we ((Kfe-0 KM
(mMJI are enabled to offer you these beautiful State Seal Spoons for m I MfJjIf WM
flfHKJ( a mere trifle. They are guaranteed to be plated with gen- r, ' frW flfS
iBtf BMSBtH ume Sterling Silver 9991000's fine and a new one will be III I llM Df
vKL 8PWr ' given free if found in any way unsatisfactory. jj ,? Ii W9j
KjjfJ I t- QUALITY ls RIGHT - THE PRICE IS RIGHT fffPJOm 6W
HOW TO GET A SOUVENIR SPOON
With every $3.00 purchase in any or all departments collect
ively, or with every $3.00 paid on back accounts, we will give
absolutely free one ( 1 ) State Souvenir Spoon. Be sure
and ask. for it. This offer is good for eight days, beginning Friday,
May 28th and ending Saturday night, June 5th.
START YOUR COLLECTION NOW
A $6.00 purchase entitles you to two (2) of these Handsome
Spoons. A $9.00 purchase to three (3), etc. We have Spoons
of all the States so you may have your choice.
THE MINER BROS. CO.
"A MIGHTY SAFE PLACE TO TRADE"
Buy Your Groceries
Where You Receive
There's a reason why you
should buy your groceries
- from us. The reason will -
appeal to you because it is -"""" """
short and to the point We
Have the Goods and Make
P. A. WULLBRANDT
siTHE HOME GROCERY
Rebekah Lodge Will Hold
District Meeting at Superior
On Thursday, lime Urd, tho Rebekah
District Association will hold their
iiiootiiiK in that city, tho afternoon
stsion commencing nt two o'clock.
Ueil Cloud. Nelson, Guide Hook, Rusk-
in, Franklin, Hardy ami Cowh-s orders
will be lonreseiited and tho Rebckiihs
aie planning on having n good time.
Following' Is the progmtn as outlined
for that date:
Opening of District Meeting.
Introduction of State Otllcers.
Welcome Addioss Superior
Roll Cull of OlllCOIH.
Heading of Minutes.
Appointment of Committees.
Roll ChII of Lodges.
Contest In Secret Work:
Exemplify Examination of Visitors
from another Jurisdiction, Guide
Sign of Recognition Nelson.
Honors of Degree Hardy,
llalloting on Candidates.
Election of Otllcers.
School of Instruction Sister Julia
Welch, State President.
Report of Committees.
Question Box Sister Welch
Rending Guide Rock
Couforrlng Degree Superior
Inbtallntion of Onleers Red Cloud
Closing of District Meeting.
20 percent discount on Wall Fanor
and Paint E. S (larber.
Parents having ohlldien whom they
desire to have baptized may Iihvh tho
ordinance tulmiiilsteied on Clitldious'
Our Tuesday night meeting for
young people is a great success. We
urge you to come.
Sunday soimol attendance is grow
ing. W Idle we.it re crowded for room
we could take a few more.
We are neuring the end of the year.
Our annual conference will be hold in
Oinahit September 2'Jnd.
We look for jou nt the mid-week
prajer meeting regularly. Don't miss
the meeting. The pastor regrets being
away so often lntely.
About the tecond weok in June the
pastor will make the last round for
Sunday schooUas usual next Sunday
morning after which we will march to
the opera house where union memorial
services will be held.
Rev. 1J W. Marsh D' D was with us
for the Quaiterly Confeieuce.
Pianos and Musical Merchandise 5
iaiis Answered uay or Sight g
ALL THE PHONES
We have moved our fix
tures from the Royal barber
shop to the Geo. Fairfield
shop, under the Tepee pool
hall, which we recently pur
chased. When in need of a
first class hair cut, shave,
shampoo or massage, see us.
A New and Up-to-Date
-J Line of j
CARE Cisars and Tobacco
POOL AND BILLIARD PARLOR
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