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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1917)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, AUGUST I G, 11)17.
THEDA BARA AS "VERE'HERBERT" IN THE
WM. FOX SUPER DE LUXE PRODUCTION
OF "HER GREATEST LOVE"
Fifty More Men Were I
Beginners Institute is in
Session in This City
Vere's beautiful love for the memory of her father
Vere's uneventful and simple life on an English country eslate
Vere's girlhood. A pa&orial of childish love and simplicity
Vere's meeting with her mother who is devoid of maternal instidls
Vere's love for the beautiful in nature as againsl vapid society life
Vere's meeting with Correze, the handsome opera singe
Vere's sweet and innocent courtship with Correze
Vere's mother's opposition to the man she loved
Vere's heartbreaking leave-taking from her lover
Vere's bethrothal to aotorious Prince to save her mother's honor
Vere's fashionable Redding to the man she despised
Vere's humiliation on the advent pf her husband's mistress
Vere's meeting wih'OJorrczc after her marriage to the Prince
Vere's discovery that her mother had inveigled her into marriage
Vere's scene with her mother when she orders the latter from home
Vere's crowning insult when she is struck by her husband
Vere's banishment toji Russian monastery
Vere's secluded life cheered by her charities towards the poor
Vere's first love, Correze, learning her whereabouts, visits her
Vere's soul-stirring'scene with her impetuous lover
Vere's trying moment when surprised by her husband
Vere's emancipation when the Prince is killed in a duel
Vere's reunion with "HER .GREATEST LOVE," Correze
Don't fail to see thjs big SPECIAL PRODUCTION at the
Orpheum, Saturday, August 18
Matinee 2:30; admission 5c-1 5c Night 8:30, admission 5c-1 5c
Special Orchestra Music for the Night Show
Owing to tlie number of claims for
exemption that were filed by those
summoned in the Hist cnll and also duo
to the number found physically unfit
for service it was ne?cssary to call an
other oue hundred men On Wednes
day fifty appeared before tho local
borrd for the physical examination and University of Florida,
oit of this number only nine were Superintendent, Gertrui
lounu umi (i hi not asic ior exemptions.
Another fifty men will bo examined to
Among the number of claims filed it
is found that one man akcd to bo ex
cused on account of religcous belief.
While wo have unmeasured respect
for the man who professes a belief and
actually lives up to the same we feel,
that when he uses this belief for the
purpose of dodging the duty he jowes
to the ling which makes it possible for
him to worship his Maker in the way
he sees fit, that he is no better than
many othergood christian men who
have answered the call. a
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For FRIDAY and SATURDAY
' AUGUST 17 and 18
regular 30c value
Strawberries, regular 25c value, per
Black Raspberries, regular 25c, "
Blackberries, regular 20c value, "
White Wax Cherries, reg. 25c, "
Peaches, large can, .fc;4,ue
Apricots, large can, .V'"
Pears, large can,
Red Beans, regular
Pink Salmon, regular 25c value, "
Hominy, large can, regular 1 5c, "
Sweel Potatoes, regular 25c, "
Pumpkin, regular 25c value, "
Lima Beans, regular 1 5c value, "
Preserves, large 'jar, regular 35c per
Olives, quart jars, regular 35c, "
Cream of Wheat, regular 30c, per
Cream of Rice "
Puffed Wheat, regular 18c "
Puffed Rice, reg&lar 1 8c value, "
Puffed Corn,.reguIar 1 8c value,- "
Krumbles, regular 1 5c value, "
Agency for Hastings Bread : Folger Coffees and Teas
Coffee and Tea U going to advance in price.rrNQW it the time to lay in your upply
Plenty of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables to choose from
Highest Price Paid for Butter and Eggs
I have the promiie of tome fine Colorado Peaches, by the buihel, (or canning, that
will be here September lit. Let me have your order now. Prieet will be reasonable
N. A PL ATT
The following is a list of the persons
claiming no exemptions before the lo
cal board, but in this list nrc a num
ber who will have claims for exemp
tions filed before the district board,
under occupational exemptions:
707 Dr. Irvin Moranville, Giude Rock
3C8 Alfred G. Engelhardt,;Blu'e Hill
919 Antono Pavelka, Bladen
221 Robert Edward KeffrInnvale
424 John Frank Smith, Bluo Hill
300 Edward Swobodu, Lawrence
911 Millard Mnrymcfl. Bladen-v,'
212 Jake Timothy Brule, Campbell
305 Edd Witrhlik, Lawrence
The following list contains the
names of persons examined who have
filed claims for exemption or dis
charge, coming under the jurisdiction
of the local board, nnd the icnsons up
on which they bnse their exemptions:
900 Arthur B. Morey, Blnden
297 Joseph Mike Swobodn, Lawrence
920 LeRoy Clinton Spence, Blnden
470 Fred Rippen; Cowles
90 Claude Harold McNnbb, Red CI.
753 Walter II. Kinkead, Guide Rock
330 Joseph W. McTnggart, Cowles
49 Joe Alfred Topham, Red Cloud
8 Lloyd H. Crow, Red Cloud
DEPENDENT WIFE & CHILDREN
222 Walter E. Lambrocht, Innvnle
700 John Alden Hiatt, Guide Rock
736 August C. Bangert, Guide Rock
G5G Oscar H. Johnson, Red Cloud
738 -Wm. Corner, Guide Rock
18 Earl E. Shaver, Guide Rock
822 Clnrence Molley, Guide Rock
504 Arthur Lynn Foe, Cowles
312 Frank M. Ellingcr, Red Cloud
477 Nels Thompson, Bladen
130 Trncey Nelson Hayes, Red Cloud
175 Arthur Monroe Boner, Innvalo
524 Isadore Brcault, Inavnlc
323 Charles Troutmnn, Red Cloud
The following persons were found
to be physically deficient by both ex
939 Clarence L. Whclan, Blnden
814 James Kongack, Guide Rock
057 Joseph Jelinek, Red Cloud
5S5 Clar. Wm. Johnson, Red Cloud
The following failed to appear for ex
321 Jose Salnsar, Red Cloud
121 Edward Franklin Davis, Red CI.
191 Clarence Ray Murphy, Riverton
108 Vernon Chns. Ze,iss, Red Cloud
532 AlberHColby, Inavale
The following men arc already in
the service, and were not required to
292 Harold M. Sheppard, Blue Hill
320 Hans Herman Ries, Guide Rock
These men were granted permission
to take their examination elsewhere:
840 Clarence Jns. Reed, Guide Rock
278 Dedrick Lampman, Rosemont
781 John Barrett, Guide Rock
857 LoRuo E. Williams, Guide Rock
DEPENDENT AGED PARENTS
557 E. Nels Nelson, Inavale
858 Carl Wickmann, Guide Rock
G22 Earl Jns. McCartney, Red Cloud
Monday evening, August 13, Web
county Institute for beginning nnd
1 1 teachers of one year's experience,
opencu witn nn enrollment oi seventy.
The instructors in charge are Alice
Florer, Assistant State Superintendent,
H. W. Cox, Denn of Tcnchcrs' College,
rtrudc L. Coon.
The subjects under discussion nro
"Development of Child's Mind," by
Mr. Harvey Cox, "Methods of Teach
ing (Primnny Grades) by Miss Florer,
"General Explanation of School Work"
by Miss Coon.
The institute, being most excellently
planned, is progressing with success,
giving the teachers a definite concep
tion of school work nnd its purposes,
nnd preparing them for a successful
The following are the nnmes of those
registered nt the Institute and the city
from which they hail:
Marguerite Fogel Teresa.Reigle
Pearl Amnck Bessie Havel
Iva Patten Nettie Springer
Lydia Traut Irene Pegg
Jennie Miner Dwight Knminsky
Letha Hunsicker Nettie Drake
Ethel Doyle Ruby Goble
Lorinnc Hansen Edith Beczley '
Mildred Polnicky Grace Beezley .
Margaret Kellett Fannie Miksch j
Chns. Perry Besso Johnson
Maude Shipmnn Dulcic Guthrie
Mabel Greenhalgh May Ashby
Esther Guy Agnes Kirkpatrick
Lillie Rickard John Konznck
Harrison Crowcll Floyd Holmgrain
Paul Reed Gladys Winne
David G. Britton
Elsie.Miller Howard Arnold
Fred Siebrass Murle Eggleston
Edith Sixbrass Ella Ernst
Homer Sheppard Anna Huppcrt
Ora Shuck ZelmaWonderiy
Follett H. Fox Anne Johnson
Astrid E. Star Dewey Adams
Zella Chaplin Bonnie Blankenbakcr
Genevieve Miller Jane Hannun
, Hazel F. Harvey
Stella Koertner Goldic Robinson
McTnggart Verna Francis
Mildred Doyle Madge Firkins
Fred King Vera Hurley
Sylva Doolcy Ruth King
Veva Lambert Lucy Gingrich
l Mabel Lundy
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BE IT ONE SMALL PIN OR A MANY PIECE SET OF SILVERWARE
WHICH YOU DESIRE, WE SHALL GIVE YOU THE SAME SCRUTINIZ
ING, CAREFUL ATTENTION WHEN YOU .COME TO BUY ANYTHING
AT OUR STORE.
"COURTESY" AND "CONFIDENCE AREiTHE TWO BIG WORDS IN
OUR ESTABUSHMENT.1WE RENDER COURTESY TO .OUR CUSTOM
ERS AND SO CONDUCT OUR DEALINGS THAT WE' GAIN THEIR
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
E. H., NEWHOUSE
Jmwelmr and Optometrist
C7C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
Miss Minnie Christian 6pcnt Wed
nesday in Hastings.
Mr. Conrad of Hastings was in the
city Wednesday evening.
Women of Webster County.
There is an ever growing need in tho
hospitals of Europe for all kinds of
bandages and dressing, and there is a
great shortage of new material it is im
perative that every house keeper should
save all worn table cloths and napkins.
It these aro sent to Mrs. W. A. Sher
wood by parcel post or otherwlso they
will to prepared for use by the Ladies I
War Relief Society of this city and for
warded free of charge wlthothor sup
plies to the lied Cross Hospital Supply
Mrs C. J Piatt, Secretary.
United Church Meeting "
Friday Evening August 17
The Disciple People and tho Congre
gational folks will meet In their re
spective churches Friday evening Aug.
17, nt8 p. m.( for the purpose of con
firming the union program which has
heretofore been endorsed by both
churches and for tho consideration of
suoh other matters as may come before
theso respective bodies,
J. L Beciii;, Pastor,
Our Annual August
SATURDAY, AUGUST 18th
SATURDAY, AUGUST 25th
Final Clearaway of all Summer Merchandise
In THIS SALE we will not only
SACRIFICE OUR PROFITS but
most of the goods will be priced
away under their actual wholesale
cost. Staples and Notions will
also show a Big Saving to you
At this time our big array of New
Fall Merchandise will be on display
- Ladies1 Ready to Wear, Blankets,
r Dress Goods, Silks, Etc. It will
also pay you to buy your Fall and
Winter needs early.
Watch for large bills announcing this Clearaway Sale
R. P. Weesner & Co.
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR
PLATT & FREES
W. I. Patorson returned Wednesday
evening from Hastings. ,
Job Printing of Quality at the Chief Office
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