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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1917)
RED OLODD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Winter Toxjrist Feres
The cntiro sclicnio of Southern tourist fares becomes effective this year
October 1st. All rcsoits and principal cities of the Gulf Coast and the
Southeast ate include)!; Florida fares include circuitous routes. With its
great military cantonments, the Southland, during the coming winter, will be
a most interesting tourist region.
TO CALIFORNIA: Tho usual winter tourist fares via all I'oules. Ihc
Burlington can ticket you cither via Denver, Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake,
In through tourist sleeper service, or via Denver, the Santa Fo "Grand Can
yon" line, also for the grand Coast tour including tho Northwest.
Beautiful "Southland" publications, including the Burlington's Winter
Touriit leaflet. With its main trunk linos to the southeast, cither via Den
ver, Kansas City, St. Louis or Chicago, tho Burlington is essentially tho
route for southern travel.
L. W. WAKELEY, General Passenger Agent
lOOt F.inmm Struct, Oinihti, N'jbr
N. B. Bush, Ticket Agent. Red Cloud, Neb.
5 . . ii 11 ti : i
uto neairse - norse nearse :
. (LADY ASSISTANT)
ALL THE PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB.
; Keep Improving Your Equipment i
3 Do not worry about the shortngo of crop?, another year is coming
5 Do uot wait for cheaper building material '
5 Do not let the war tearo you !
, Do y u know material will increase whoii tho war isover! Europe J
J mu.it lie rebuilt Supply and doiiiaiul will take a hand then
JJl Do j-ou know wo have up to data Information on nil farm buildings? "
j' Do you want Ideas on farm buildings? Wo furnish them FREE J
Farmers Union 1917 Premiun List
Gertrude L. Coon, Rural School Parade.
P. M. Whitehead, Town School Parade.
Mrs. Alficd AlcCnll. Superintendent Class A and Class B.
Miss Minnie Uliiistlan, superintendent uass o.
Entry Day, Tuesday, November (5.
bcfoic (Nov. 3) at the office of the
Tho work must be entered bcfoic Jive o'clock. All work from rural
schools may be entered the Satuiday
Mount school work on cnids 22 inches by 28 inches, the long dimensions
of the card board to be exhibited in a vertical position. Mark on tho back
of the card boaid the class and number of the exhibit for which tho work Is
entered. Mark the district number, the number1 of grades in tho school and
the number of pupils in tho school. In mounting the work, paste on tho top
edge only, and write near tho bottom and on thp underside of the piece of
work the name, age and grade' of the child.
Judging Tho exhibit will bo judged upon tho arrangement, general ap
pearance, quality, variety and educational 'value of tho work. The judges
will also take into consideration whether or not the work is representative
of the whole school or only a few of the pupils.
RURAL SCHOOL tiXllllllT CLASS A.
Rest exhibit by school with less than ten pupils, three cards $1.00
Heat exhibit by school with less than fifteen pupils, four
cards , 1.00
Rest exhibit by school with more than fifteen pupils, G-10
cards, -according to size of school $1.00
Rest exhibit by rural hitch school 1.00
Note: Knough cards should bo sent to give each pupil a chance to
have one piece of his work exhibited. Tito above number of cards
School Exhibit by Subjects:
Rest card of writing by any 'school . GO
Rest card ol nritlimctlc by any school '. 50
Rest card of language by any school 50
Rest card of history by any school , . . .GO
Rest card of physiology by any school 50
liest card ot gcograpny Dy any school uu
"TALK WITH US ABOUT LUMBER"
SMITH BROS. Smiu SALE
UK TYPE I
Poland: China Boars and Gilts
Rest card of compositions bv nnv school 50
Rest card of agriculture by any school GO
llest card of nature study work by any school 50
Rest card of work showing special days by any school 50
Rest card of photos snowing school activities and im-
10. Rest card of beginners free hand work by any school 50
17. Rest card of pencil drawing by any school 60
18. Rest card of ink drawing by any school j 50
10. Ilest card of water color work by any school 50
20. Rest card of crayola work by any school 50
21. Rest card of charcoal work by any school GO
22. Rest card of letters with addressed envelopes 60
23. Rest exhibit of sewing by any school 60
24. Rest exhibit of woodwork by any school 60
25. Rest exhibit of relief maps by any school 50
2G. Rest exhibit of posters 50
EXHIBITS HY SCHOOL, BOOM OR INDIVIDUAL CLASS B.
27. Rest exhibit of bird houses by any school, 'room or individual
(the kind of bird for which tho houses arc made must
bo stated.) -. 50
28. Rest collection of woods, labeled, by any school, room or
29. Rest collection of seeds, labeled, by any school, room or
30. Rest collection of weeds, labeled, by any school, room or
31. Rest collection of useful insects, labeled, by any school, room
or individual 50
32. Best collection of harmful insects, labeled, by any school,
room or individual 50
33. Rest collection of flowers, labeled, by any school, room or
34. Rest collection of leaves, or.lenf prints, labeled, by any school
room or individual 50
3G. Best collection of tame grasses, labeled, by any school, room
or individual .' 60
3G. Best collection of wild grasses, labeled, by any school, room
or individual 50
INDIVIDUAL EXHIBIT CLASS C.
(Mount on cards 11 by 14 or 22 by 28. Webster county map should
be 22 by 28.)
37. Best ink map of Webster county, showing streams, railroads,
. towns, etc :....;.. '1.00
Best specimen of writing by a beginner 50
Best specimen of writing by a First grade pupil 50
Best specimen of writing by- a Second grade pupil 50
Rest specimen oi wntmg ay a intra or fourth grade pupa .50
fomo Stock firm,. 9 X ml. nortbekrt of Superior, 2 mi. houlh of CacUmi, Neb. oo
Wednesday, Oct. 24, 1917
60 Head of Spring Pigs : 40 Boars and 20 Gilts
Thete ate all Match pigi and are up to our utual ttaadatd of big type eaiy feeding and
qiwLty- type of Poland Chinai. These pig) have been tailed in the uiual way with lots of exercise
asjcst-paifapcrcd will, fat Lut. stein good Jo do yoa good. We have icroe new breeding along
with the blood linet we have been telling Thete are two litters from the Von Fotell herd at
Chester, Nebr., one from Spots Wonder the grand champion boar at Lincoln fair from the herd of
O. E. Wade. Big King Price hns one litter included in the sale, several by Orphans Price, a few
by Jumbo Jr. and this will be about your last chance to get Jumbo Jr. pigs. Amazon Ben has hit
usual number of good ones. These boats ate a toppy bunch, being selected from two herds and
they are all good.
The tweniy gilts are those nice smooth ptgs that will make good brood sows that you will be
proud of. As you are aware the condition the past summer havebeen very unfavotable fot the
hog bujiness but we stuck to it thru the dty weather and ate able to offer you at yout own price as
g:od a bunch of boars as usual. It is almost certain that hogs will be a good price for some time
to come and each one should raise a few at least. Thy are all immune and safe from cholera.
Wejliope to meet you all sale day and bring the boys with you. "
Sale begins at 1:00 p. in. Sharp Free Lunch at Noon
TERMS: Cash ot 9 months at B per cemt. Write for Catalogue
SMITH BROS., Superior, Neb.
A. W. Thompson, W. C. Henderson, G. G. Denny Auctioneers.
John Young, Clerk
Powell & Pope
ONE HALF BLOCK NORTH OF STATE BANK
tion to orders
for all club
CHOICE LINE CANDIES, TOBACCOS, CIGARS
Let Us Serve You
Best specimen of writing by a 5th or 6th grade pupil 50
Best specimen of writing by K 7th or 8th grade pupil 50
Best specimen of writing by a High School pupil 50
Best pencil drawingby Fifth or Sixth grade pupil 50
Best pencil drawing by Seventh or Eighth grade pupil 50
Best pencil' drawing by high school pupil 50
Best ink drawing by 7th or' 8th grade pupil 60
Best ink drawing by High School pupil 50
Best card of mechanical drawings : 50
Best piece of rugweaving by beginner, First or Second grade
pupil 1 .50
Best piece of raffia work by Third or Fourth grade pupil 50
Best basketry work by Fifth or Sixth grade pupil 50
Best piece of woodwork by grade pupil 50
Best piece of woodwork by High School pupil 60
Best map by High School pupil . ,A 50
Best stick printing by 2d or 3d grade pupil 50
Best stick printed table mat by 6th, 7th or 8th grade pupil.. . .50
Best stick printed gingham hot dish holder by 6th, 7th or 8th
grade pupil 50
Best lettering by 7th or 8th grade or high school pupils 50
Best landscape effects through paper
Best commercial design by 4th grade pupil 50
nest design and color by bin
or 8th grade pupil 50
iDcr cuttinc by 7th grade
Best free hand cutting of letters by pupils from 3d to 5th
Best paper doll costumes by pupils from 3d to 6th grades.
This should include dresses made from one pattern and
trimmed in different ways. See Frang's Industrial
Art Book, Part 1 50
Best burlap bag with band of filet canvas. See Prang's
Industrial Art Book, Part 5 50
Best woven holder by 3d or 4th grade pupil. See Prang's
Industrial Art Bdok, Part 1 50
Best linen crash dolly with crocheted edge. See Prang's
Industrial Art Book, Part 3 50
Best paper (booklet form) on textiles (cotton, silk, wool
or flax) 50
Best write-up( booklet form) on "Account of My Home
Project Work." 50
Best-exhibit of homo project work in sewing (1st year) 50
Best exhibit of home piojoct work in sowing (2d year) 50
Best exhibit of homo project work in cooking (1st year).. .50
jscst exhibit 01 homo project worK in cooKing (2d year) 00
Best exhibit of homo project work in gardening 50
Best exhibit of home project work in canning . . . .' 50
Best exhibit of homo project work in calf raising 50
Best exhibit of homo project work in pig raising 50
Best exhibit of homo project work in corn growing 50
Best exhibit of home project work in potato growing ,.DO
Best exhibit of home project work in chicken raising 50
Best report of egg raising project with exhibit 50
!f You Don't Come Across, iht Kaiser
Our boys linvu given up all lo fight for democracy
and liberty and yoiu
Oo Vcur Bit. Buy a Liberty Gold Bond
Our boys are entitled to tlio best food, clothes, am
munition. They must have these necessities.
Without them they cannot win for you.
Liberty Gold Bends Furnish the Ammunition
It's your duty yet it does not cost you a cent. Your
Government, the best in the world, is only asking you for
a loan and will pay you 4 per cent on a suro invefitment.
Tho Kaiser takes his money away from his pooplo.
What More Do You Want?
Buy a Liberty Gold Bond Today
Any Bank Will Take Your Application Now.
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GARAGE DOOR HANGER
Operates Entirely Within the Garage
, No unsightly obstruction outside." The door slides smoothly orpund,the .
r cornerdoesn't .cut off an' inch of valuable space-and when .ppenUas flat
? against the inside wall oul of tho way. f- ' T '
. One section swings like an ordinary hinged door; a small door for man and
a large ooor tor we car, au fir one, is an exclusive Louden-patented feature.
Each Outfit' includes all of the hardware, for doors up to and including
reel in wwin.rnce 97.30 cast 01 kockv aaouncainiw. oo wnt m
uie mountains., -kH.
7" Itoi'r fmltotfUttLouJn.QtrattJDo9rhutgtr
; fofdf ncrc.1 AikJorJtautifuHy'illustrgted booklet.
G. V. 1K11NE, Red Cloud
j At Home with
i The United Church Sunday I
1 0:00 a. m. Special Sunday School Program
1 1:00 a. m. A Gospel Sermon
2:30 p. m. South Side Mission Service
m. Service at Indian Creek
m. unaeavor oervicc
m. Potriotic Service in which the C. E. will have part
Cooperalion against sin sectarians invited
Note: Projects 7G-80 inclusive should bo listed in this department
and the exhibit placed in tho men's department. Tho required
written report must accompany the project exhibits.
See Girls' Department for article entries. '
k COL. J. H. ELLINGER
Is now roady to place your salo dates
Ask nny ono as to my iiuultllcatlons
or whom I have cried salts. Indopcn
doiit iUoue8 on 19. Write, wire, or ca
r Red Cloud, Nedr.
Dr. R. V. Nicholson
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
BTOmcE Ovuu AuiitiaiiT's Stoiie
Mnj'or nnd City
1 submit liurowitti btiitomont Oliver
lii receipts uud disbiirtoments of my
oflloo for tho period from S"pt. 4,
IJH7 to Oct. U,'ini7.
Amount on luitid Sept. 1 1017..$ 403 l)U
l)lbunemeiits 100 2"V
llidutiuo 297 71
Amount on liatul ijept 1 201 ol)
Disbursements 207 03
A inbuilt on bond Sept. 4 444 31
Olbbtirseinents 114 30
UnlHiico 330 04
Electric Unlit Fund
Amount on bund Sopt4 S1003 Gl
Hccolpts 800 85
Dlbbuifit'inents 972 53
Overdraft CO 81
Water Levy ' Fund
Amount on hand Sept 4 t.152 87
Receipts 70 00
Disbursements n07 17
Urthince 087 88
Klecttiu LlKbt Lovy Fund
Amount on bund Sept 4 -'12 02
llalauce 18 08
Amount on hand Sept 4 8 45 CO
No receipts or disbursements
Hitlanoe .- 45 00
Amount on baud tiept 4 1 130 GO
No'rcceipts or dibbuisomonts
Red Cross Auxiliary Benefit
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Red Cross
will give a Benefit Photo Play, at the
Thursday, October ISth
They have booked a Big Special Thanhouser in 5 acts
War and the Woman
25c and 15
Be a Red Cross Booster
lltthtnce.' ' 13W Co
Sewor Houd Fund
Amount gn bund Sept 4 82020 81
pisuursements 2020 81
Occupation Fund 297 71
Water Fund (overdraft) ; . GO 84
WatorLovy 110 70
General 330 04
Electric Light Fund 087 88
Electrlo Light Levy Fund 18 08
Sewer 45 Co
Firemen's Fund 139 00
Total 18G7 77
General Fund 8 1310 19
I'ftvlug , 1G740 74
S R. Floranco, City Treasurer.
1 tun now ready to move houses
arus uud other buildings. John
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