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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1920)
RED CLOUD, .r$lASKA, oklEF
fOR STAPLE AND FANCY
Sunflower and Advo Brands of Fruits
and Vegetables cannot be Excelled
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska '
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In the Pontofflco nt Kcd Cloud'eb
an Bccond Cliuw Matter'
A. D. Mo ARTHUR, Kilt tor and Oivno
CUB ONIiY DKMOIMIATIU I'AIMCK IN
Try "ROYAL LEMON KLEANER"
for Hands, Bath and Laandry
Removes Stains : Whitens Clothes
The Best is Always the Cheapest"
PIloNES-liid. ::; Hell 6.-
N. A. Albright
Commissioner Dist. 4
I hereby uniKMincu mjrhoir ns a o;tiill
date, for re-nomlnatlon for County
Commissioner ofDiHtriot No. I, at tlio
primary, April 20, K2(), subject to the
will of the Kepubllciin votnrn of Web
Btcr County. Wi. II. THOMAS
I hereby announce myself us n candi
date for nomination to tlio olllco of
County Conitnisnionor from the tth
Commissioner District, subjoet to tlio
decision of tlio Republican voters Ht
the Primary election on April '20th.
H. II CKOWELL.
. SCHOOL NOTES
(Hy, County Superintendent)
For Clerk of District Court
I hereby anuouncc myselfjas a candi
date, for the nomination for Cleric of
the District Court, at the primary,
April 20 1020, sabject to the wilt of
the Democratic voters of Webster
County. EDITH L. McKEIOHAN.
It will mean a BIG SAVING to you to buy your
Sweaters, Caps and Scarfs
now as wools will be no cheaper. Every indi
cation points to higher prices.
Ladies Wool Sweaters
$8 to $12
Misses Wool Sweaters - $4,25 to $7,50
Misses Part Wool and Cotton Sweaters $2.25 to $4
Childrens Part Wool, Cotton Sweaters $2 to $4.50
Childrens Part Wool and Cotton Sweaters, Caps
and Leggins from - - $3.50 to $5
I hereby flntiounco myibelfas ncandi
date, for the nomination for Clerk t f
the District Court, nt tho Primary,
April 20, 1920, subject to tho will of
the Republican voters, of Webster coun
ty, clara McMillan
For County Judge
I hereby announce myself as iicnndi
diito for the olllce of County .Judge at
the primary April -'Olli, UI20. subject
to the yIII ol the electors of Webster
County. A. D. 11AXNI2Y
Mr. and Mrs.
Ind. Store 1 58, Res, 93
RED CLOUD, NEB
Code Bill Knocked Out
The Supreme Court, Saturday, decid
ed that (Jov. McKelvio's pet hobble,
"Tlie Code Law" will have to be voted
on at the generul election, this fall.
During the first six mouths it was in
operutioa it cost the tax payers of this
grand old state 8(T,000 and tlio law is
As u result of returning 3"0. the dif
ference between Iiis salary and that
provided by the code bill, E. D. Iieuch,
chief of the tire prevention bureau,
whs diiohargcd Tuesday by theUovei
uor. We quote from a circular scut out
over the state by prominent Republi
can: "Gov. McKelvie already very
unpopular, is made more impossible by
the last fiasco of the code bill. Yet,
with the field divided as it is and i.o
rallying point, lie will lie nominated to
go dowti to uiiKloriotis defeat in Nov
vember. The situation needs no argu
ment, it needs ii reined".
'Bears, Lions and Wild Cats
An unknown element, in rirnmittb
screen production, the introduction . f I
animal comedy to lelievc tension, h- I
been successfully practiced in "Itin 1;
to (iods Country," by .lames Oliwi
furwood, adapted from his ftmiuu--.
magazine story, "Wsipi, tlio Walrus"
which will be seen at the Orpnciun
Theuter, iMomlay and Tuesday
Null Shipiiiau, popular American
screen favorite, as Doloie.s; Wlieehr
! o.ilciiiau, Wellington I'layteruud Clin-
les Arlltiif, in other roles in the cast,
purli ay their parts with tho aid aid
support, of nearly two dozen nuiimiK
consisting of beats, wolves, lynx, fo.s,
d"cr, mouiitiiiii lions, raccoons, porcu
pines, goats and other forest. hcuM,
trained to perfection by expert iiniiunl
Probably no pictntc production ever
released lias a mole unusual uiray ol
('lilies have placed a high uppioval
on "Hack to Clod's Count iy," and the
local imuinKOiiieiit piomises it will
one of the. most pleasing itrtrnotioin'"-'
bo seen at that tlieiitie in sev t
That's the kind you'll find in our store
We don't consume large amounts of ad space,
spasmodically, telling you aboul big bargains in
special lines sold at and below cost because
every merchant must derive a certain percent of
profit on the goods he sells if he expects to pay
interest on his investment and remain in business.
During our many years in the grocery business
wc have found that the average customer pre
fers high quality groceries at honest prices to
inferior brands at "below cost" price.
Our guarantee of satisfaction stands behind the
merchandise we sell. You take no chances
when you trade with us.
The following couples wore united
in marriage by Judge Rsinncy:
Friday Hobart A. (Jrcon, of Okla
homa City, Oklahoma, and Miss Anne
K. Roderick, ol Denver.
TueAluy Lloyd J. Pichler and Mins
Helen II. Hurvcy, both of Franklin.
Wcilnesduy Kddio R. Watson, of)
Inavalc, and Miss Hollo Paulson of,
In compliance with Section 4 of
the rcdistricting law, this is to notify
you that a representative from the
State Department will meet at the
County Superintendent's office with
the redisricting committee on April
5, for lite purpose of holding hearings
of the objectors, from whom wc have
rcu-ived written protests and appeals
to tho school district boundaries, as
determined by the committee under
the provisions of this law.
Following arc tlio proposed dis
tricts for which hearings will ho held.
Proposed Consolidated District "P"
April ft 10:00 a. in. Protest sign
ed by Ray Nelson, and others.
Proposed Consolidated District
April fi 1:00 p. m. (number not des
ignated. Protest signed by George
Walker of Blue Hill and others.
Proposed Consolidated District "H"
April 53:00 p. m. Protest sign
oil by H. F. Meyer of Campbell and
Please give tiiis notice the neces
sary publicity so that all parties con
cerned may he informed of these
(Signed, J. M. MATZEN, State
I lie Southwestern Nebraska Teach
ers' Association will meet at McCook
Nebraska, April 7, 8 and !), 11)20.
The following arc some of the
tilings which promise to be especially
nf- I.. . . . .
wcunesoay, April ', s:uu p. m.
S. W. Neb. Declamatory Contest.
Thursday, April 8, Matinee i:0,
evening 8:10. Tlio Opera, "Choco
late Splidcr" from George Poniard
Shaw's, "Arms and the Man."
Friday, April 08:00 p. in.
Concert by Madame Gilderoy Scott.
Address by Major General Leonard
Wood, U. S. A.
Other talent will be: Gov. McKel
vie; Mrs. Draper Smith of Omaha; R.
V. Clark, Kearney Industrial School;
J. II. Hcveridgc Superintendent of
Omaha Schools; U. S. Conn, President
Wayne Normal; Red Cross Lecturer;
J. M. Mntzcn, State Superintendent
of Public Instruction.
The dates set for the final eighth
grade examinations are Thursday and
Friday, March 25-20, and Thursday
ami Friday, May 0-7. The following
schedule will he followed:
Thursday forenoon Grammar, His
lyiy Civics. Afternoon Orthogra
phy, Writing, Physiology, Drawing.
t Friday forenoon Arithmetic, Read
ing, English Composition. After
noon Mental Arithmetic, Bookkeep
ing, Geography, Agriculture.
The seventh grade will take" exam
inations only in tho following sub
jects: Orthography, Writing, Physi
ology, Drawing and Mental Arithme
tic. Pupils should write answers in
clear, consice terms; the questions
need not lc written. A complete
solution of all problems in arithmetic
should be given. Credit will he de
ducted from carelessly written or il-
ifgiblo papers. Remember, the gon
n'al average in the fourteen subjects
required must he at least seventy-live
per cent, with no grade below sixty
per cent in any suhr-jct. Teachers
should plan the examinations for tho
pupils, advising thorn as to the sub
jects on which they should write, and
urging them to take tiie full time al
lowed for each subject and to write
every paper 'as neatly and carefully
a.i possible. All papers should bi
written in pen and ink; tho drawings
may be made with lead pencil. Pu
pils should pin the pages of each sub
ject together with all edges even. No
whispering will be permitted. Grades
of pupils violating this rule will be
cancelled. Conductors are not to ex
plain the meaning of any of the ques
tions given in the lists, or answer
any question relating to their ans
wers. Tho examination questions
arc stated plainly enougli for one
who knows iis subject.
All pupils, desiring to avail them
selves of the free high school law,
must pass this examination. The
parents ot every pupil, entitled to a
free high school certificate, should
make written applications to tho
County Superintendent within the'
forty days preceding the first Moti
lity in Juno.
The County Superintendent at tho
'- 1j '---ifr firry
IT' r$tty wk
II I if s ,M w v;
OIL COOK STOVES
A FLORENCE vis a triple blessing
" bakes, cooks and roasts and does it .;
easily and at the same time. No ashes, ',
no smoke, no fires to poke, no dampers to
regulate. No wicks, no valves. Burns
Come in and see how simply this oil
stove works; how the intensely hot blue
flame means more heat and less care. Let
us show you why the Florence Portable
Oven with its baker's arch assures even
baking, tempting pastries and well
More Heat Less Care
QBO. W. TRINE
Red Cloud, Neb.
Capital and .'Surplus
Intern! Paid on
A WORTHY IDEAL
Lincoln aid: "I will be prepared and when my
opportnnity comet I will be rody'
yo THE YOUNG MEN OF TODAY -
HIS BANK o(fer facilities to lieip tnem pre
pare for the lime when their opportunity arrive..
But you rnuit do your pait hy deposing reyulatly
a portion of your earnings. We mil guard it lor
you, pay you interest on it and when the time comes
that you need it we will hae it ready lor you.
Prepare for the opportunity, it may come any day
and ou should be ready.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Florance, President Rod Cloud, Neb. S. R. Florancc. Cashier
lifWMi'ii (nun i nit ttl hyiht l)'lOti'MA Uviir-ml unit ul 'lit '(nit nt A'rtinttlit
;' "."rjUi'lLManiiraiMlEKl!' Jll
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ym n i4aa
will be sold at Public Auction, commencing at 1:00 p. m.
Thursday - Friday
MARCH 25 and 26
At 816 W. Sth St., HASTINGS, NEB.
The stock consists oE a complete line of
NEW MOLINE HORSE DRAWN FARM
close of each examination shall, after
ascertaining that the name of tho pu-
Mrs. Ettle Hewitt returned to IH is r.ot written on the examination
Grand Island Wednosday after visit- paper, record each set of papers by
ini; with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hewitt.' "'amo and nunibei, after which, papers
', : 1 l should be turned over to tho Examin
er. 11. i. uiompson, wno nns uccn;. Bojml who s1k, C0lisl,ier the pa-
v.-orKiug inc third tncu at tno iepot pej.3 l)y numi,cr
iur kin mi uiii v.un iu.ii.1 sin
only. State Laws,
P. A. Wwlifo
O ww vutia.iL
Groceries and Oucensware
prised to hear of tho death of his
wife in Hastings Saturday noon. She
Mas taken there about a month ago,
to receive medical treatment in tho
sanitarium and up until a few hours
before her death she was supposed
to he getting along as well as could
bo expected. Saturday morning
Mr. Thompson received a phone call
from Hastings that his wife was not
:;o well and that no nan nottor ar
range to go there that evoning. Not
three hours Inter word came that she
hail died. The remains were taken
toMlcnkolman for1 bxirial.
IMPLEMENTS, DIRECT from FACTORY
Sulky plows, gang plows, listers, corn planters, grain binders, corn
binders, hay rakes, wagon boxes, ivianat special wagons, larm trucks
cultivators, 2-row cultivatois, disc hartows, drag harrows, mowing
machines, machines, manure spreaders, grain drills, etc.
Besides the above enumerated horse drawn implements we will scl
SEVERAL MODEL D MOLINE
To ri . vrrei Brilliant.
To ,'iniii it .'in no in -.ucli ii way ns
to bruts It i Hie huiiest state of brll
llnix'.v. veij line ivliitlni,', or. better,
precipitated eiiull;, In one of (he best
known iiKenlH. The mirror should be
nibbed gently with inelliyliiteil spirits
with a wifl, clean -sponge, iind then
duMed with the whiting or ehullt. Af
tor a moment It should bo wiped with
a dry cloth. Another softer cloth or
more effectively, n fill; hiindUerclilel,
Flioulil lie used for the final polishing,
which should .Ictivu the Klnss -'li'ur
mill brilliant. '
Complete, Plows, Carrying Trucks, Extension Rims, JLugs
W D tL ITUt On all purchases of $60 or over
We ray toe r reignt we deliver ths goods purchased to
freight depot and prepay the freighi to point designated by purchaser.
rri Sums ot S10 or under cash; over that amount a credit ol 3 months will
(P'VrnCl be fi'vcn parcha5r Eivlnc bankable note with interest at 8 percent per
XCAlKlu anm,tn. No goods removed before settlement Is made: or 2" percent
may be paid at time of purchase and balance through.bank designated by the purchaser
upon presentation ol draft with bill ol lading attached.
D i ' f.irget tlio dntcsjj March 25-26. This sale will be on two of the
1 yo of the : Hastings Automobile Exposition Week.
Hu angs Tractor & Implem't Co.
CHAb. A. OLSON, Aucl. D. P. JONES.-Clert
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