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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1916)
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Red Cloud, Neb.
Carmeliny's Old Colonial Band Differently Delightful
Dr. Frank W. Gunsaulus A great speaker; great theme
Lewis fie Carver Musicians worthy Gunsaulus' company
Victor's Florentine Band - Worth repeating
Sen. E. J. Burkett - Vice-presidential timber
Jas. Butin-McDowell Trio Whistling-cello-violin-piano
Morris G. Hindus - - "Russia of Today"
AMUSING PERGORMANCES, TRAINED ANIMALS
Dekoven Quartette - Master male singers
"Before You, Who? - Let Dr. Cole show you
Maud Scheerer Shakesperian Players
"The Taming of The Shrew"
Dr. L. C. Herbert A lecture to remember
Mme. Sibyl Sammis-MacDermid A rly great soprano
Ned Woodman - - Cartoons for "spice"
Kachel'8 Metropolitan Singers Big four part program
Dr. C. W. Wassam He'll make you laugh, and cry
Owing to illness, in all probability it will be impos
sible for Hellen Keller to appear, as announced, however
she will.make an effort to be here, but will not guaran
tee an appearance on date specified.
c T- i . J Adults $2.00
Season Tickets Children $ 1 .00
HOWARD S. FOE, Local, Manager
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Do Not Forget That Special Ten C A T1TD H AY
Days Sale Price on Pianos Closes Oi 1 UIU 1
All the latest popular music 10c per copy
Full line of piano music order any music you want
EVERYTHING IN MUSIC
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K . McARTHUR
.'UK ONLY IlKMOCKATlU PAPKK IN
The Democratic party goes before
the American people with a candidate
i whose wisdom and ability In a period
of unparalleled storm nndjstressentltle
lilm to support In tbc Ditiue of a patriot
Ism which dwarfs all tmrrow partisan
tshlp. His record of achievement baa
won the applause of his fricndi, the
admiration of his political foes, and
the gratitude of the natiqu at large..
He has given the country a currency
system which on the eve of uuiverMil
upheaval enabled finance and industry
to stand unshaken. What the eoutll
lions would have been under Republi
can rulo may easily be imagined by
recalling the disaster of 1U07. He Las
proved himself a better pilot in a storm
than tho Republicans In an era of pro
found tranquillity. t
Under his guidance a Democratic.
Congress has written upon the statute
books a tarlir law which has brought
prosperity to every class of tho Ameri
can people. The familiar shibboleths
of the Old Guard, the propheoieiof Im
pending calamity have become tho butt
of mockery and derlsiou in the light of
cold facts. The noisy forecasts of evil
arc drowned in the song of the harvest
and the hum of loom.
He lias passed unscathed through a
crisis in internatlo'nal affairs that
would have scared tho soul and para
lyzed the mind of a weaker charastor.
Charged with the welfare of a hundred
million people, whose destiny was ex
posed to all the cross-currents which
blew from the earth's four corners, he
has maintained peaco while giving the
world a new and inspiring vision of
the moral grandeur of the nation, jeal
ous of Its honor, but devoted to the in
terests of mankind.
In the highest sense he is the em
bodiment of a splendid Americanism.
The best traditions of the republic are
wrought into the very Uber of his be
ing. He loves peace well enough to
fight for it, If need be. He has made
It doubly clear to all the nations of
the Newnnd Old World that the Unit
ed States covets nothing which is not
legitimately its own. In trying ordeals
he has shown that the American people,
ask nothing and concede nothing, ex
cept to work out their ownt destiny
under the free Institutions which ar
their peculiar heritage.
Rut with it all, the candidate of the
Democratic party Istio.vlsionary.'grop ,
ing in cloudland. Ho is a-stir'iu a
world of realities. Ho has taken
measures which insure the safetyvof
his country. If, out of. this welter of
war, this riot of mad passions, should
come a menace to the liberty, peace
and prosperity we enjoy, the forces he
has maishalled with an unvaunting
but determined etliclency will be ready
at hand, waiting only to be quickened
into Mi'ttoi by the word of command
Strong, alert, tried and approved by
experience, he lias won the c?ntldeiiee
of the people, and this will be their
verdict nt the polls.
The followiug is the list of names
of the teachers who will teach in the
y Laura Hedge.
4 Homer Foutz.
5 Joan Laird.
0 May Dicker&on and Elizabeth
8 Josephine Johnston,
0 Dewey Adams.
10 Fnye Farquhar.
11 Muriel Henderson.
Ii Golda Robinson.
13 Druolla Walker.
14 Marion llloorn
15 Dewey Ilutchlns.
17 Iven Robinson,
18 Ruby Ooble.
SO Mildred Doyle.
21 Laura McTaggert.
3.1 May Scott.
SI Edna Swlgert.
SO Anna llrommer.
27 Anna Mcl'artland.
38 Joe Springer.
39 Vera Hurley.
.13 Anna Loughran.
33 Lenore Springer.
!).l Charles Perry.
37 Trena Rose.
38 Ruth Householder.
39 -Grace Keagle.
41 Frances Nolan.
43 Bessie Thomas.
47 Inez Fetty.
411 Floyd Holmgraln.
50 Fred Siebrass.
Gl Nettie Springer.
53 Emma Beuscher.
r.5 Millard Stevens.
50 Ida Armstrong.
58 Ruth King.
00 Alice Fowler and Grace Shcrer.
01 Lucile Coplen.
03 Helen McTaggert.
(11 Verna Chaplin.
05 Homer Fetty. ,k . . .
Ojl Kmnia Peterson."
08 LeRoy Spence.
G'. Helen Johnson.
72 Hazel Johnson.- ' '
75 Veva Boren.
77 Harold Sbeppard.
78 Paul Reed and Jennie .Campbell,
80 Marguerite Fogel.
81 Anna Huppert.
i 83-Clara Uoerig. a
84 Phllena Fawcett.
87 Gladys Wlnne.
Xe.t Sunday even'ng we will open
the doors of the church Hgain and
read certificates of transfer.
The last quarterly conference will
eonvgtie on July llth. It is expected
that eerv member of that body will
be piesetit. Very important bu&iuc.v.
Make your plans to attend tho
annual eonfeience which will be held
at Hustings September llth.
Ladles Aid Socii'ty will meet for hii
all day quilling Filday. Come eatly
and bring your dinner
.Miss Grace Davis gave a teport of
the Lengue convention last Suudtiy
There will soon be mote graduates
fr-iin the (list yeitri woilt of the Inter
Miss Xi-lle inn who sang so beauti
fully the eonti alto sdo Sunday morn,
ing will sing again In the near future.
The yearly b'etmvolent offering is
coining in nicely.
Patriotic service Sunday morning.
The evening sermon subject, "The
6ood Farm For Sale
My farm two miles east of Cowles is
for sale. My price is SUi.OOo, Terms,
$1000.00 cash and mortgage for balance
at 0 percent. Oiler good for .')() days
only. J. H. Haii.kv.
From the present Indications, we
are led to believe that Nebraska will
make another record for herself, in
the production of wheat during the
coming year. A bumper crop is as
sured, providing nature continues to
stulle ou us nnd favor us with contin
ued sunshine; that moisture and hail
does not destroy it. Here's hoping for
The Nebraska soldier boys are in
camp at Lincoln preparing themselves
to go to Mexico if war makes it ueces
ary. The Llncolu Journal will make
a special feature of the news about the
Nebraskans, following them wherever
they go and priutlng pictures of inter
est Every Nebraska family should
be a reader of tho State Journal on tie
count of its safe and sane policy, its
accuracy and its enterprise. Its situa
tion as the or.ly morning paper in your
capital city gives It special news ad
vantages. Why not become a Lincoln
Journal loader now." A special trial
oiler t iniulo of 2 a whole year or
SUu including the Suuday paper with
its special features, stories and comics.
Older It today.
On and after July 1, lOlii the bunks
of Red Cloud will refuse to allow
Recent ruling prohibits overchecking
aud same is not permitted by law.
SrATK Bank or RkdCi.oui
l'hoiLi:.s Bank ok Ri.D Ci.ot is
Weiimkh Ciii-.n Hank.
Tonight, June 29
"From the Valley
of the Missing
By Grace Miller White
On account of the length of .the
Iirogrnm there will be one
show only starting at 8:15
WHEN a woman puts her foot into one of our
shoes it, at once, looks handsome and she has
a reason to feel proud. Our Women's Shoes are
particularly well made, are particularly well shaped,
particularly well styled, and they are
Particularly Well Liked
The selection of a pair o? sloes here is attended to
easily. We have so many different shapes, styles,
lasts and leathers that no normal footed woman need
go away dissatisfied.
We desire to call special attention to our Women's
SHOES and LOW SHOES
Moderate prices, surely, but the shoes are correct,
handsome, stylish and thoroughly good. It's not
necessary to pay high prices here to get good shoes.
We mention the above styles because they have so
many admirers. We have plenty of other choice shoes.
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Red Cloud. Nebr., July 22-29
7::)0 Prelude K. Cnrmeliny's Old Colonial Band.
8:00 Concert E. Cnrmeliny's Old Colonial Rand (10 people).
2:30 Prelude Mr. Lewis nnd Miss Carver.
3:00 Lecture Morris G. Hindus. "Russia of Today."
7:30 Prelude Mr. Lewis and Miss Carver of Dr. Gunsaulus' Choir.
8:00 Lecture Dr. Frank W. Gunsaulus, "Shakespeare, the Great
Modern After Twenty Centuries."
2:30 Prelude Jnmes Butin and the McDowell Trio.
3:00 Entertainment Pamnhasika nnd His Pets.
7:30 Prelude James Butin nnd the McDowell Trio.
Lecture Prof. C. W. Wassam.
2:30 Prelude The DcKovdn -Male Qunrtette.
3:30 Lecture Geo. Lamont Cole, "The Navnjos, Children of the
7:30 Concert DeKnven Male Quartette.
8:30 Lecture Geo, Lamont Cole, "Before You, Who?" illustrated)
FIFTH DAY. (
2:30 Prelude Maud Scheerer Shakesperean Plavers.
3:00 Lecture L. G. Herberjt, "A Man Among Men."
7:30 Prelude Maud Scheerer Shakesperean Players.
S:00 The PLAY "Taming of the Shrew." Maud Scheerer Shnkc-
2 :30 Prelude Sibyl Sammis-MacDermid Company.
3:00 Lecture Sen. E. J. Burkett, "Government Ownership of Rail
roads." 7:30 Prelude Sibyl Sammis-MacDermid Company.
8:00 Concert Sibyl Sammis-MacDermid Company.
2:30 Prelude Kachel's Metropolitan Singers,
3:00 Concert Knchel's Metropolitan Singers.
7:30 Prelude Knchel's Metropolitan Singers.
8:00 Entertainment Ned Woodman, Cartoonist.
2:30 Prelude Victor's Florentine Band.
3:00 Concert Victor's Florentine Band.
7:30 Prelude Victor's Florentine Band.
8:00 Concert Victor's Florentine Band.
Wo are in tin- market for 100 to 125
pounds Slioats at market price deliver
ed at Serum Plant. Will pay for tie
livery to plant. I' II. .Miner Scrum
Mih Herb Ludlow and daughter,
Either, returned liwuie Ftidny morn
ing from Croighton wheie they had
been visiting n few dayN with her son,
1 he season of Lightning and Torna
does Is approaching. Don't delay too
long for the Insurance you may need.
(1. M. VanCamp, General Insurance.
We are here to give you a newspaper.
Our ambition is to let no item oscapo
us. However, we can only bo In one
place at a time, so If you sec an Item
getting away from us please capture,
It and deliver it at the ofllce and groat
bhall be your reward,
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