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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1915)
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BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. SEL'TEMHElt 9, 1!M5.
Which we offer to our
customers are not ex
ceeded by any other
Bank. How much
more convenient to
Write Out a Check
When you pay a bill
than to carry about a
big roll or a bag full of money. We will be pleased to
talk to you if you think of opening a bank account.
Interest Paid On Time Deposits
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WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
$10 to $25
"Up To Now"
Satisfaction Or Your Money Back
Finn AT 0. 11. A Q. DKI'OT t.AKT WEDNESDAY
I PAUL STOREY
Are the dollars you spend for thresh
ing coal giving "value received."
"IllinoisEgg Size" produces more
steam units per dollar than any other
threshing coal on the market.
f HE W ALONE-A VERY CO,
TALK WITH IS ABOUT COAL"
School Opens With
School begun. Monday with an en
rollment in the grades of MO and In
the high school of 20.". Tho following
is tlio list of teachers their positions
uud tho number of pupils classified:
Grade Teacher Enrollment
Kindergarten Edna Weekly
1st Louls'o Schumacher
Jessie Kellogg .
Nina Simmonds Music
Miss Rutli Johnston,
Miss Stella Duckor Mathematics
Miss Josephine Kiehards Commer
cial. Miss Cecile Thornton Economics. ,
Mr .1. J. Wren Agriculture ami
' Mr. W. P. Medlar Science and Hist
ory. Miss Edna Runney English.
Miss Vernon Storey Latin and (Jer
man We are pleased to welcome tho touch
ers who taught in our schools the past
and previous years. They have proven
their ability and we are glad to have
them with us again. The new teach
ers also are welcome to our city. Prof.
Whitehead who undertakes the super
iuteudency is a man of wide experience
and has a state wide reputation for
ofllciency. The fact that he stayed
even years in one place and built up
a splendid system of schools speaks
volumes in itself. He is a pleasant
gentleman to meet and is a school man
In every sense of the word.
Mr. J. J. Wren of Parnam has charge
of the agricultural department. lie is
graduated from our state4 university
and comes with tiie highest recom
mendations. Mr. W. P. Medlar, who
has charge of science and history is a
Doanu college man and is well equip
ped for these departments. Miss Edna
Rannoy is a Coiner product and will
have charge of the English department.
This university is considered especially
strong in this branch and wo ato con
fident that Miss Ranney will givo ex
cellent satisfaction. Miss Weekly is
from Valley, Nebraska and will have
charge of the sub. primary department
in the Lincoln school. She Is well
prepared for this work having special
ized in kindergarten and piimary
methods. Miss "Nina Simmonds of
York is likewise agruduatc of tho state
university and will have charge of the
music in our schools Sho has taken
.special tvaluliiK in teaching this branch
uud this district is fortunate in secur
ing her services. To these new tench
ors one and all wo extend heartiest
School Bonds Carry
By Large Majority
A new High School building lh now
an assured fact. Tho special bond
election, which was held here yester
day, resulted in the bonds carrying
by the neat majority of 82 votos.
While there are about 1'JoO qualified
voters In School District No. 3, yet
Hhero wire only :ili2 votes polled a37
for the bonds and 155 against them.
The need of a new Iligh School Build
Ing has been apparent to the entire
community for some tinio past, and no
small amount of money has been ex
pended from time to time, in an effort
to make the old building meet the re
quirements incident to a rapidly In
creasing school attendance, unci now
that this grief is a thing of the past,
and Red Cloud is to have a new, mod
em High School building, each and
every citizen, who h-i? the best inter
ests of the schools at heart, has
just cause to rejoice.
New House For Sale
A new four room house with screen
ed porch S by 10 feet. Will sell at n
very reasonable price. For further
information inquire of The Chief.
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IN OUR STORE THIS AUTUMN OFFERS A WONDERFUL
SELECTION OF ENCHANTING JEWELS-SET AND UNSET
JEWELRY AND JEWELRY STORE THINGS.
COME, PEEP AT OUR CASES GLEAMING WITH LUXURIOUS
RADIANCE. LET US SHOW YOU A RING, A BRACELET, A PIN,
A WATCH, A CHAIN-WHICH TO BEHOLD WILL BE TO DESIRE.
THE "WILL" IS THE PARENT TO THE DEED. WISH FOR A
THING IF YOU WANT IT-AND, AND "ASK" FOR IT.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
E. H, NjWHOUSjB
Jeweler ana optometrist i
LITC. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
Miss Kathryne llurko of Walnut,
Iowa, arrived In the city Friday even
ing to take up her duties as teacher in
the Llucolu school.
II. A. Shute of Mitchell, South
Dakota, who was culled here by tho
(loath of Mrs. J. I). Crans roturnod
home Monday morulng.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garbcr and Miss
Josie Igou loft this morning via tho
Ford car for Hutchison, Kansas, when,
they will spend a few days.
Mrs. II. A. Shute or Mitchell, South,
Dakota, who was called here by tlio
death of her step mother, Mrs. J. D.
Crans, roturnod home this morning.
Father Flt.gerald was in Superior
The special meetings will be resum
ed again in a gospel teut in tho first
Centers of Fashion
From the Great Displays of Advanced Styles
Shown by the Famous LaPorte Mills and From
the Big Fashion Centers We Have Bought Our
Fall and Winter Display ol Dress Fabrics
WE chose only the newest and the best. The
first shipment of these LaPorte Fabrics
have arrived and are now on display here. Come in and see
these rich Fall and Winter Dress Goods in the beautiful
La Porte Weaves
It will help you to decide what your Fall and Winter
Garments are to be, and if you choose from these new fabrics you
will save money .and will know you will be in style.
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