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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1915)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, ,IUME :t, 1SI15.
NUMBER 'J 3
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Memorial Day Is
Memorial Day services wore held tit
the opera house on Sunday tnoi niiif.
A nulled choir fiom the vutious
ulmrelics furnished the music. Uov.
Myers of tint Methodist chinch made
the itivoeiitioii, after which Uuv. Hum
mel delivered a teiil good sermon,
in keeping with the occasion, and
which wtis enjoyed by the large audi
On Monday, Decoration Day was
llttiulg obsetved by all. In compli
ance with the Mayor's proclamation,
the business houses wciu all closed
ftoni one until four o'clock. The day
was an ideal one, the city was appro
pi lately deeoiatod with llagt. and
bunting, and at 1 o'clock, with the
Red Cloud Concert Hand playing on
the corner of Fourth Avenue and
Webster btreet, tho nicmbets of the
(!. A. It. and V. It. C. were comfort
ably seated in automobiles, and con
veyed to the cemetety, whote the
graves of the departed tnetnbets of
these organizations w-ero decorated.
Tho automobiles weto furnished by
our citizens, who are entitled to much
praise for their libeiality. Tho boy
scouts, headed by John lloohr, march
ed to the cemetery.
At 3.:3o pvm, a large audience, which
the opera house to Its full
capacitlty, gather to hear Attorney P.
J. Monday and Rev. Hoube, who were
the speakeiVof ilia dayVBdtn Wuili-
mrad1iviidf rirr'tfM ftMreettft aty
iho9iimv'mmtin0i was Wf!oI(fU:
Invocation Kev. Myers
Music High School Orchestra
Reading "Lincoln's Address at
Gettysburg" Chaplin Doyce
Recitation Gladys Ren fro
Flag drill (.iris
Reading List of Dead
Comrades S B. Ki.er
Reading Ethel Wisecurvor
Music High School Orchestra
Song '"America" Audience
Benediction Rev. Myers
Pay Cash and
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To Owners of Motor Vehicles
'it is a violation of tho law to operate
a machine upon whloh the liconso is
not paid unci the penalty for such
violation is a tine of moo for tho first
offense. All owncis dolinquont takk
notice and govern youiselves accord
ingly. C. 1). Roiiinvon,
1 County Treasurer.
Hammocks at all prices at Fogel's.
Weather Report for May
Temperature: Moan f9 deg ; maxi
mum OH deg. on tho 13th; minimum 3'J
(leg. on nth and 17th.
l'tecipltatlon: Total 5.19 Inches.
Total snowfall: Trace.
Number of days clear 10, pattly
cloudy !.', cloudy 13.
Dates of frost Light Oth, killing
Dates of Hall 21, thundcrstoims 1.
Prevailing wind Direction N. V.
Remarks: 14 days of rain und clouds.
Rainfall since Jan. 1st 1 2.1)1 inches.
Ciias. S. Ludlow, Observer,
Weekly Weather Forecast
Weather forecast for the week be
ginning Wednesday, June 2, 191 5 issued
by the U. S. Weather Uureau, Wash
ington, D. C , for the Upper Missis
sippi Valley and Plains States:
The weather will be generally fair
throughout the period, except that
local rains in the northern portion arc
probable about Friday. The temper
ature will rise slowly and pass above
the normal early in t ie period.
Class of 1915 Receive
On last ThuiMlay owning til the
opera house the Commencement exer
cises of the Class of IMS were held,
Altho the cloning was rainy, a lingo
crowd was present, and tho following
progtam was cat tied out:
Professional Class of 191.'.
Miible-"Havlland Happy Hits No.
1" High School Orchestra
Invocation ltev. ,1. L. llcebo
Music -"Heart of Hold Waltes"..
High School Orchestra
AMdri'ss "Father. 1 Thank Thee
That Thou Hast lleatd Mo"
(St. John II Ml)
Hon. Albert S. Ritchie
Music "Romance of the Rose"...
High School Orchestra
Presentation of Diplomas
I j. H. llliekledge
Music "Come Across"
High School ()i chest t a
Hencdletioti ltev. C. L Myers
President L II. Hlaekledge of tho
Hoaul of Education presented tho
diplomas to tlicmembets of the gradu
ating class and gavo them home very
good advice, in n few well chosen
words. Superintendent It. D. fMorlt.
wa9 called upon, tiud gave a short talk
in wjilch he told of what, the schools
SCHOLARSHIP, CLABS OF 1015
SIulc the discontinuance of the
awarding of a scholarship to the
member of class having attained Jhe
blghtst general average durhigbq
four yearn high school work,, it has
betfu (We custom, to anuouueo the
names of at least three who have at
tained the highest averages in the
class. This announcement was omit
ted, through oversight, Commence
ment night and is hero given, with tho
explanation mill llliriycwu urumi
points constitute full work during the
four year high school course.
In the class of twenty-eight mem
bers the highest three stand as follows:
Alison Cowdcn 30 credits, general
Gladys Wilson 30 credits, general
Marie Nelson 35 hJ credits, general
average Oil 3.
L. H. llLACKI.K.ndK,
Presldeut Hoard of Education.
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We will do your Developing and Printing.
"Talk with us about that Storage Coal"
YOU ARE NOW ABLE TO GET THE
Old , Original Canyon City Lump
rt' puinjjSJorage Season has begun and we are ready to'A
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Pinnacle, Maitland and Pennsylvania Anthracite.
Don't overlook our Prepared Range Nut!
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Farms For City Property
Anyone wanting to exchange their
town property ror a farm this is your
opportunity. L. P. Albright.
Go to Miner Ilros. Co., for all your
wants in Women's Wear and in Dry
Goods, Groceries and Shoes.
S Pianos and Musical Merchandise
cais Answered uay or wight j
ALL THE PHONE
- . . tin
This Week's Cash
Regular 40c Coffee - - 33V&C
Regular 20c Salmon - 18c
Regular 25c Catsup - - 20c
Regular 12 I -2c Beets - - 8C
Regular 1 5c Dried Beef -' - 12'2C
Regular 1 5c Succotash - 10c
Regnlar 1 0c Oysters - - Gc
Regular 20c and 25c Peaches ,- 10c
Regular 1 5c Plums - - 9c
SAVE OUR PROFIT
Roscoe P. Weesner & Co. '
Teachers' Institute City Council Holdi
Held Here Next Week
The Webstc.' County Teachers' Iustl
tutc will be held in this rlty Juno 7th
to 12th ut tho court houso, and Mibs
Gortrudo L. Coon, our able couuty
superintendent, has secured thc fol
lowing instructors and lecturers:
Alice l,lorer....Uiver Falls, Wisconsin
licit W. llnrria ....La Grande, Oregon
John W. Doshr.. .Kcd Cloud, Nebiaska
Howard It. Drlggs Salt Luke City, Utah
J W. Searson Manhattan, Kansas
Messrs. Boehr and Harris two of the
iusti uctors of last year, arc again
among those securod for this year
Tho attendanco bids fair to be tho
luigcht ono yet, and under Miss Coon's
petsonal diiectlou, the Institute, no
doubt, will provo a complete success.
A public bamiucL will bo sorved by
the ladles of Red Cloud, in the Noiv
houso baildlug at 0.13 o'clock next
Tuosday evening. Tickets for supper
will bo on sale beginning tomorrow at
Marshall's grocery, Mltcholl's jewolry
store and tho Argus olllce. 'The pro
ceeds go the lied Cloud Fiio Depart
ment. Tho price of tlckots will so
cents; children under fifteen years of
age, 25 cents. After tho banquet a
program will be given. adv
Red Cloud, June 1, 1015
The City Council met on Tuesday
f evening in a convened BCBelon in the
office of Supt. Zslgler, with Mayor
Damercll and all members of the
Minutes of meeting of May 4th read
The monthly report of City Treasurer
Floranco whs read and ordored placed
The owners of property were ordered
to construct Hide walks on south side,
blocks 4 and ft, and the west side, block
14, nil in Smith and Moore's add toKed
Cloud also on the west side of Walnut
St. opposite the intersection of 1st. Ave.
and Avo. "A".
The return of Grant Christlo City
Marshall on serving sidowtilk notices
wore read and ordered filed.
City Clerk nnd City Englnoer were
instructed to prepare nnd advertise for
bids for side walk on west ond lots, 12
to 22 inclusive Block 1. Highland and
Wclschudd to lied Cloud.
The application and bond of J, A. Tom
ileon for license to do electrical wiring
was presented and approved.
F, W. Cowden, secretary of Chamber
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