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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JANUARY 8. 1920
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V RArWALSH r
ADMISSION 35c AND lie
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR
QUALITY AND SERVICE
si rxpreitcd in tlie
The Quality of workmanship and material put into the "New
Home" machine is of the highest grajle, and it is the knowledge
of this unvarying superiority of the finished machine that enables
your dealer to give you a Lifetime Guarantee.
Several models now in stock-come in and see them
We invite you to call and see our new DI Jf O
Complete line, all sizes, new designs 1VvJIO
Graham Furniture Company
"jr: rnw a uorsh into a nuh"
RED CLOUD-McFarland BJdg. HASTINGS
We deliver free oj charge to any nut oj the city or in country
Notice to Stockholders
The Annual Meeting of the Fnrmer8J
Uulon Co-opuratlvo Association is eulU
eel for Junuury '20, 020, at 10 u. in. li
the Odd Fellows hull. Every Htoek
holder should be present ns n Board df
Directors will be elected for 1020.
Lunch served by tint Ladles Aid society
hi the hull at noon.
By the Itourd of Director,
Death Calls Mrs. Don Fulton
Word has been received In this city
that Mrs. Don Fulton, who, ten dayH
ago was taken to a hospital at Hast
ings for an operation, passed away at
four o'clock. Wednesday afternoon.
She is survived by a husband, father,
i ono sitter and two brothers, besides u
I host of friends, who will bo deeply
grioved to lenrn of her untimely dumisq
I At time of going to press no detiniito
, aniuigcuients had been made for the
funeral. The remains will be btouht
to this city this evening. An obituary
will be published in our next IsjsUu
j Injured in Family Quarrel
I A family quarrel at the Frank Lead.,
erbraiidt hotne. iHth of this city, on,
I last Saturday evening, resulted in their
son, Andiew, being crippled for the
; Imlaiiee of his life.
j The parents hud been having a rath
er strenious discussion over some tfif-
ling matter, when the wife seizi-d the
shot (.'un. thinking to frighten her
husband into submission. In the
seullle that followed the weapon was
discharged, the load stiiUing the boy
in the foot. He was later brought to
the Mitchell hospital, in tins city, and
a poition of -the injured member was
Harry Eldredge Married
l'oople of this community were very
much surprised Wednesday mnrntng
when the news was circulated that
two of Kensington's popular young
. people had eloped on train No !IB the
iiikih iiemre mr .mhioii wiicru iney
were united in marriage on Wednes
day December 21. However these
young people are of lawful age and
will recommend the elopement was
I merely to .spring a surprise on their
menus rne contracting putties are
Harry Hldrcdge, employed as mechanic
at the lireou (iurage and Miss Glenn
I'yle who has been in the employ of
the Farmer's Fnlon Store for the past
few months. Mrs. Eldredge Is a sister
of Mrs. B. A llreon. Theyouugcoiiple
are expected back in a day or two and
will make Kensington their home.
The Mirror joins their many friends in
wishing them peace, prosperity and
happiness. Kensington Mirror.
Harry is a son of Mrs. C. 10. Kldredge
of this city and his many friends here
also wish him much jov and happiness.
COrXTV SCHOOL NOTES
(Ily County Superintendent)
Clanks have been sent to each oC
thj teachers of the county from the
"Dcpt. of Public Welfare." This is an
other of the requirements of the new
law. The State Superintendent asks
that you speedily return to Mrs.
; Kmily P. Hornbergcr the hlnn?;s
properly filled out. The parents will
have to help the teachers in this if
they are to have any tntcccss. All the
help that the parents can give the
teachers along the different lines of
work is much appreciated. No school
can be a success without th co-operation
of parent and teacher.
It was the phut to have studj c"cir
ter work this semester conducted in
Bed Cloud and Blue Hill. The instruct am
or was to have come from Hastings.
This was to cost S3fi0.00 or there-
abouts, for the semester. The cost gj
per teacher depended wholly upon the
number taking part. If only ten took
part it would cost ?:io.00 each. This' pi
seems considerable but when you con-'
school's , i
SCHOOL HOARD PROCEEDINGS
lied Cloud, Nchr., Jan. 5, 1020.
Hoard met in regular session with
mcmbeis present Hoxsey, Ueczlcyi
Grimes and Pope, Hbxsey presiding.
Minutes of previous meeting of De
cember 1st read and approved as
read by secretary.
The following bills wore read and
The Malono Gellatly Co. $191.50
Hansen Laundry 1.15
Ginn & Co
Turnure & Son
Gricc & Grimes
M. A. Albright
Pope Hros ...
Ked Cloud Chief
American Hook Co. 182.!1C
Thos. Charles Co '2I.8D
Churchill Grindcll Co 3.20
University Pub. Co 1 1.85
A. C. McClurg & Co 1.37
a! Gregg Pub. Co 0.19
I A. Flnnngun Co G.85
Myers & Corrington .75
shirr the cost of a summer
credits, is not eveessive.
It has been hard to organize
thing, to arrange for meetings and M
to know just whom to depend on. The g
fact that Hastings thought Guide 'j
Rock, would not he handy to have in
the list cut outa number of teachers
AiK'thlngs considered it has seemed ,Bg
:The Musical Attitude
S a personal matter
S OUR UUSIKKSS SERVES MUSIC. WHEN A LOVER OF MUSIC
b"1 COMES TO US, AND SAYS HE WANTS
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
WE LOOK AT HIM, NOT AT HIS POCKETHOOK. FOR "THE
PHONOGRAPH WITH A SOUL" IS AN INSTRUMENT THAT
FINDS ITS MOST APPRECIATIVE HOME WITH THOSE WHO
IF YOU FIND IT INCONVENIENT TO PAY THE ENTIRE
AMOUNT ON THE INSTRUMENT YOU DESIRE, THAT BE
COMES A PERSONAL MATTER HETWEEN US. THIS SER
VICE IS NOT TO UE CONSIDERED AN INDUCEMENT; WE
SIMPLY WISH TO ACCOMODATE OURSELVES TO YOUR
CONVENIENCE. THE DETAILS CAN UE ARRANGED WHEN
o up the plan and urge 'j
! C. J. Podo
Motion made hy Grice nnd seconded
by lleezloy that a fire escape be put
on the Lincoln building. Motion car
ried. The kind of escape to be Potter's
Safety and to cost, installed, 100.00
The English teacher, Miss Elsio
Gather, having received an offer of a
NOTICE Beginning with Aug.
1st wo will develop any size film or,1)OHitin !n fllo i.llirni ci,fm,: ,
Mm pack free of charge when . COnsltler1lo advance in salary, and
prints are ordered. When no prints thla be,n(f n I)TOmoton for MIa8 CnUl.
are ordered, the price Is Ec for films r, the Board, after duo deliberation,
or 10c for film packs. Quick service: decided to grant her request for a
bring in your films or packs today 'cI-'se on contract. Mrs. Howard Foo
and get your prints tomorrow. The;" 0,e1ctc,i.to fi!l, ho vac"'' ,
.... , Board adjourned to meet Monday,
JFUI.U ui I'tiiita xciuuuia ua ucruio- . I.lmuirv '-n,l
best to gi
teachers to write to the school of
their choice, stating just what study
they prefer to take, asking for terms
and advice and start us soon as pos
sible to take something to count up
college hours toward the next county
certificate they expect to get. Ac
cording to the new law, second grade H
certificates require 8 hours credit, J H
first grade certificates 12 hours. Prac'H
tically all the higher schools are giv-H
ing these correspondence courses. jn
In case any town or group of teach gj
ers wish to put the study center pro-U
ject across, an instructor can be hadf
from Hastings for $25.00 per lesson
plus expenses. There are ten lessons
given in a semester's work. The In
structor must come from some of the,
colleges to gain the hours of college,
credit that arc required for renewing;
tlm certificate. Otherwise anyone that
could teach it would do.
.. ..a M T l rtn I
Miss Stella Hindcnuacn oi inst. u.j(
has resigned to take Dist. -10. She has (
done good work and Dist. 40 feel that,
they have beer, in luck to get her.!
Miss Violet Davis had to resign on
account of ill health. Goldie Robin-j
son has been substituting for her.
Miss Robinson was very much liked. (
In voting about joining a consolidat
ed or rural high school, only those out
side this district nre eligible and they,
vote together, not district by district.'
In this way a district not wishing to
join could he forced into joining if
the other districts in the proposed dist s
rict were strong enough to make tUe
W. II. CLEMMONS, State Supt.
Any questions that bother, about
redisricting, if sent in to the County
Superintendent will be answered
through the paper. i
The next teachers' examination will
be given January 21, 1920. Everyone
having an emergency ccruncaic
should take it unless they fixed up
their credit in the last examination.
After a child has ono certificate ot
award the next (i attendance cards,
earn a gold seal and tho next G are
sent with the certificate of award
when a largo diploma of honor is us-
The Nebraska Superntendents nnd
Principals Association and Nebraska
Superintendents School Boards As
sociation is to be held in Lincoln Jan.
10 and 17, 1920.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Optometrist and .Jeweler
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These are our "everyday" prices and are
not made for any special days or occasions
We can save you money on your groceries
every day in the year if you trade with us
Ask your neighbor, who is one of our regu
lar customers see what she will tell you.
CRISCO-9 lb can .$3.40
SALMON best grade, large size can 35c
SALMON medium red, can 32c
WAX. BEANS choice quality, can 17c
CORN standard quality, can 18c
TOMATOES Riverdale brand, can 20c
TOMATOES-King of the Field, can 22c
NAVY BEANS-extra good 12c
COFFEE Use 'Frontier' and get your money's worth. .50c
There are many other items but space will
not permit us to publish ask us about 'em
Drop in and inspect our goods anytime
J. F. Edwards, Mgr.
Red Cloud, Neb.
"NOT IN THE: COMBINE"
fore. THE REP CLOUD STUDIO.
C. J. TOPE, Scc'y.
S. E. Baliey returnd homo Tuesday
evening from Rockford, Illinois where,
ho was called to attend the funeral
of his son, Clarence.
Jus. SUvey of Innvnle was in the city
Wa.lnnc.liiT- Un ktutpll t lilt t llll SllVCT
I Lumber Co , hud recently purchased a
umiDcr yarn hi iiiiistein.
GOOD HMaMMQHBHBH Lasy lerms
You will do well to write to
I ; R. H.Craig, Bank of Orleans, Orleans, Neb.
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