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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1920)
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LED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 28. IJJ20
school exhibits show Unit more at
tention has been civen of late vcars
The Farmers' Institute is in full to other thinKS i)Csi,cs rcmiing, 'rit-
swing this week, the interest in the ngt amj Yithmetic.
city anil surrounding country being Tuesday was given over to student's
-iitciwl on this the big event of the stoci- judging contests and domestic
year. Many entries were made Mon- 8CicnCi. demonstration contests. These
day afternoon and the workers wcic wcro very interesting ami instrhctive.
busy getting the various buildings in Tucsdnv ovoninir the nrotrrnm was
TWO MATTER v;hai you want to buy nor what you
want repaired, if it is in thojcwelry line 'twill
pay you to come here.
In the purchase of jewelry or its repair,
the reliability of your dealer is c? prims
This is why your interests are best
served by coming to us.
shape. The greatest .ntcrest this
year is given to the cattle and hogs
very largely on account of the boys'
given entirely by the public schools to
a capacity house. This was one of
the- best ever given in Hod Cloud and
and girls' clubs. These clubs arc wns much appreciated by the large,
organized as n part of the extension audience
work of the University of Nebraska.
The University professors are with
the county agent directly in charge
of the cUibs and the UnhorJty g.cs
full crtdLa for the work dons by the
On yesterday the farm products,
poultry, horses and hogs were judged.
The program last night opened with
a chorus by the Community Club,
then followed by a solo by Mrs.
Hughes. The lecture on I'oult rv was i
Webster county, hns a number of delivered by Prof. Cornmnn of the (
btnte University. The professor
stated that he faced the largest agri-
Does Your Watch
0r Glasses Need Fixing ?
good working clubs and, according to
a statement made by one of the pro
fessors, there arc no better in the cultural audience so far gathered in
state. These calves, Shorthorns and
Hercfords, show that they have had
the state. He had no idea that j
there was so much interested develop-
very loving and painstaking care, ed hero and was highly pleased
their homs are polished, their coats i
arc groomed and they are made to
Mrs. Kailoy gave several readings
in her usunl splendid manner and
look their very best. Stories will bo pror Qndrak closed the evcninir's nro
written by the members- telling just fcram wlth an imitation of a brass
what they fed their animals, how band which wns loudly applauded. I
they cared for them and what their j j Today comc8 the Hereford judging
gain was. Some are better than and snlc and the big foot ball game,
others but they are all magnificent Tomorrow will close the Institute with
We want to do vow
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WHETHER IT IS A WATCH,. CLOCK, JEWELRY OR EYE
GLASSES, WE HAVE THE MATERIALS AND WE KNOW
HOW TO FIX IT SO IT WILL STAY FIXED.
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF OPTICAL GOODS, JEWELRY
AND SILVERWARE AND WILL BE PLEASED TO, SHOW
YOU WHAT YOU WANT. ,
WE TEST YOUR EYES AND FIT
YOU WITH CORRECT GLASSESv
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A full line of
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We have Kodak Albums
White Pencils, Art Corners
and other supplies for the
The Gleason Studio
Mr. and Mrs.
Phone, Store Ind. 158, Res, 93 RED CLOUD, NEB
The Price of Lumber
and building material is so much less
than it has been and the prospects for it
going much lower is so slight that we
feel justified in advising you to build now
PLATT &. FREES
Anoher reason why the cattle ex
hibit is attracting so much attention
isjbecause there are n number of'6ur
farmers who have devoted their at
tention to t)c live stock industry the
past few- years, and they have pur
chased high priced animals' of ex
ceedingly fine breeding and Webster
county is already known for its pro
gross in the breeding of live stock.
You may see a splendid assortment
of as fine animals as can bo found in
the state right here in the Institute
Many more hogs are on exhibit this
year than ever before. These ani
mals nre all of the big modem typq
stock, the kind that can weigh a half
ton and stand up and look for more
worlds to conquor. They are beauti
ful and worth anyone's time and at
tention. These are also to be fount!
in the big barn but from nil indica
tions more space must be found next
year for big as the barn is the live
stock industry is bigger yet and the
barn will not hold all the entries.
The horses down at the big Bailey
tie barn ar numerous and splendid
specimens. While many of our farm
ers arc turning their attention to
cattle and hogs a good many are de
voting their time to the raising of
handsome horses and the offerings
this year show that the horse breed
ers nre experts in their line.
The poultry exhibit is a very cred
itable one but not so largo as some
of the years in the past.
However it must be said that the ex
hibits in all breeds show a distinct
ndvanco over former 3'cars. The
forming of poultry clubs under tho
supervision of the University is di
rectly responsible for more interest
being taken in chickens and when it
is remembered that tho hens of the
country could in a shor time pay the
national debt it will be rendily seen
I that this is after nil one of tho big
industries of the nation.
Tho farm products department is
not nearly so largo ns it has been Jn
tho Shorhorn judging and sale and
the big parade.
Confirmation at Red Cloud
The Right Rev. Charles P.VKellly
Cut hollo Bishop of Lincoln and nil tho
South Plattp country, conferred' the
Sacrament, of Confirmation on twenty
candidate?. In the Sacred Heart church
tit Kid Cloud ouj Tuesday moininu'. He
cainu from Superior, where lie itibo
continued a class of children und
adults, ou ctic night train.
At 0:30 Tuesday morning the con tie
nation assembled to greet theirThief
Pastor und a procession whs formed
and went, to the Rectory and from
thence proceeded to the main entrance
oft he church.
First cniiio the Cross bear, then the
Censer bearer it .id the Holy Witter
bearer, followed immediately by the
little boys, himiu in their uiiuruh lobes,
and then Uy the little girls dressed in
white und wearing wreaths and veils,
the Clergy anil the Bishop.
Arriving at the church door the Bis
hop whs received by the PuStor, and
the procession moved into tho church.
The Bishop is it tall, gracious tnau
and in bis pontliieal robes looked In-
deed the High Priest of God. At the
Altar he wub ugaiu saluted by iutuued
prayers, sung by the pBstor.
The Very Rev. John ilnhn of Orleans
wits the celebrant of the Mass, the
local choir was assisted by tueiuueisof
the choir trom Superior.
. At tho end of the Muss the Bishop
addressed the conirieiration on the
futidemental principals of Catholicism.
Then followed the examination of
the chlldien, for Confirmation, III their
pinyers and the Christian Doctrine
Couflrmiition was then confOed by the
Bishop, seated before the Altar ns the
the children in pairs came before him.
The .morning's beautiful ceremonies,
which' took nearly two hours, were
completed by the solemn blessing given
bytbo Bishop, to all present. A hymn
of thanks was then sung and tho pro
cession marched out of the churoh to
tlipput. this should have been one' Hiiuo at tho ceremonies, the
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the parish house.
A Jpeautiful morning, full attend
inuo at tho ceremonies, the happy
, of tho biggest exhibits for wo havr ohlldron and the gracious Bishop made
liacl bountiful crops of every dccrip- another memorable pane In the history
tion this year and this exhibit should of the Catholic church in Bed Cloud.
have been full and running over. How "
ever it is a fair display and tho nr-. Well Known Conductor Dies
tide entered are all excellent. Wheat, Comluctor Robort RcU1y, who ,wd
oats, barley onions and others were , Islington service fortius
consplcioua j'by their absence." mi8, 25 voars. nassed awny at his
ine iauics department and tho
school exhibit aro to be found in the
Odd Fellows hall and as .usual these
The Chief is the 'Home of Quality 'Job Printing
exhibits are" full. The most tempt
ing foods of all kinds, tho most
'beautiful handwork overything tha,t
I past 25 years, passed away at
homo in St. Joseph, Rio., tins morn
ing at 12:05, after an illness of scv
oral months duration. Mr. Keilly has
run into, this- city for many years and
during his. stays hero has made many
friends who regret to learn of his do
, mnKcs tiomo a home may bo found misc. A wife, two sisters and a
here. The work of .the children in tho brother are left to mourn his death.
We Make 'Quality Right Then the Price Right
E. H. Newhouse
Red cloud Jeweler and Optometrist jvcam.
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