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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
i I ANN'OTTNCTNG A WOMDRRFTTT.
-HIBUSIIED KVERY THURSDAY
Sale for Women
filtered In tho t'ootodlco nt Htd Cloud, Nob
as Second Class Matter
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A Sale You've Waited for Commencing
Saturday, February 19th
and Continuing Ten Days Only
You who, have waited for lower prices, will bo delight
ed at tho prices you will find all through tho store. This
is an unusual Dollar-Saving Sale. I must make room for
spring 'stocks. AJLadics, you can't afford to miss this sale.
Hero you arc sure to find just the things you've wanted
at just the prices you've waited for. CJIn this add is men
tioned a few ONLY-A-FEW of the wonderful offerings
to be had at this great sale.
WHY WAIT for that fur piece? A fur piece is moro
necessary in Spring with a suit or just a shoulder
wrap. Here is your opportunity to secure that new Fur
Cape, Muff, Wrap, or Fur Set you have wanted so long at
positively the LOWEST in four years. DO NOT MISS
this OPPORTUNITY. Come in and select any Fur Piece
in the house at exactly HALF PRICE. They won't
last long-better COME IN EARLY.
You will only need one look at
the offerings in this wonderful
Blouse Sale you'll wonder how
it can be done. Here you'll find
,a wide range of tho most popular
styles and materials filmy cre
ations in finest Crene de Chine.
Georgette and Novelty Silks. All sizes and colorings, em
broidered, lace trimmed and conservative patterns. In
fact just the opportunity you have waited for to supply
your wardrobe with that new waist.
These Blouses and prices will speak for themselves.
We'll let you be the judge. These values will surprise
you. Remember your choice any waist in the store at
ONE HALF PRICE
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Women's Sweater Coat
SPECS A L
Rc4 Cloud "STORE FOR WOMEN"
Every woman in the qommunity
knows the real enjoyment and
comfort of a good sweater coat
It's one of the handiest odd pieces
of clothing a woman wears.
Every day in the year a good
sweater coat is extremely useful
in a dozen and one ways. It
takes the place of other garments
saves washing and prevents taking
cold ahd serves a number of pur
poses no other garment or combi
nation of garments can. A good
sweater coat is always stylish, always useful, anywhere.
Don't miss this special sale. I must close them out to
make room for spring stocks. Come early and get yours
while I have your size.
Bungalow House Aprons
95c TWO SPECIAL LOTS S1.SO
All popular patterns. Real dollar saving values.
(By County Superintendent)
Tho Department of Interior ad
vises that all schools have for play
ground apparatus: 2 playground base
balls; 2 playground base ball bats;
1 pair jumping standards; 1 sand
pile, 2 sec-saws, 2 swings, 1 turn
ing bar; 1 volley ball, net and posts;
C bean bags' for out door use; 1
"Games for the Playground, Homo
Schools and Gymnasium" by Miss
Bancroft, published by the McMillan
Co., N. Y. $1.50; 1 Bulletin on Phy
sical Education, published by tho
State Department of Education of
Indiana (send 15 cents to Geo. E.
Schlafer, University of Indiana,
Bloomington, Ind., for a copy.) A
larger softer ball is recommended for
base ball. With this tho rules aro
tho snmo only tho pitcher throws tho
ball under hand.
Eighth grade examinations this
year aro April 7th and 8th and May
5th and 6th, 1921.
Whilo tho subject of redistricting
Nebraska for Congressional districts
and tho redistricting for University
Regents, Supremo Court Justices,
Judicial, Senatorial and Representa
tive districts is before the people it
would bo good to have tho children
draw maps of Nebraska and divide
it up as they think it should bo.
Bettor Citizenship Week is to be
from February 28 to March 4 inclu
sive. Teachers should direct tho at
tention of tho children to our ideals
among good citizens as exemplified
by tho lives of our great men and
women. A program of a patriotic
nature would bo very fitting.
HINTS FOR THE PROGRAM
"America the Beautiful." Tune
"Oil, Mother Dear Jerusalem."
Pledge to tho Flag
"Your Flag nnd My Flag" by Ncs
bit Song "Battle Hymn of tho Re
Quotations by and about Great
Quotations from Benjamin Franklin.
Henry Cabot Lodge on Gcorgo
Reading "The Gettysburg Ad
dress." Anecdotes of Abraham Lincoln.
Henry Van Dyke's "America for
Linos from Edward Everett Hale's
"Man Without -i Country."
"Old Ironsides" by Holmes, etc.
Song "Star Spangled Banner."
Flag drills impersonation or tab
leaux. Clippings from n letter by Presi
dent E. L. Rouse of tho Peru State
"Every thoughtful citizen knows
that a schooj with a poor teacher is
worse thatfno school. Listen! "More
than half of tho. teachers of this
nation, 350,000 of them, aro not pre
pared, according to any reasonable
standard, for teaching; viz: two
years of professional training beyond
tho four year high school course."
"The enrollment in the four normal
schools in Nebraska should bo
doubled by a systematic campaign on
the part of the superintendents,
boards of education, and patrons of
tho schools. Here and there we hear
rumblings that salaries are to be re
duced 1 Go slowly. Wo cannot, af
ford this. Salaries must bo increas
ed rather than decreased. Wc must
attract tho pcoplo into tho profession
who will be moro or less permanent
ly there. Wo must learn to weigh
values. Some families who arc now
complaining about high taxes spent
moro for gas and rubber last year, to
say nothing about tho first cost of
tho automobiles, than they did for
"Tho consciousness of democracy,"
said Dr. Claxton, "has its roots in
education. I am not against any
thing except ignorance. A nation
that can spend $2,100,000,000 for to
bacco can afford to pay for educa
tion; that is three times as much as
is paid to all tho teachers in the
country. If instead of buying thrco
cigarettes a man would buy two, and
instead of smoking thrco cigars he
would smoko two to tho nib instead
of throwing away tho butt, tho sala
ries of teachers could bo doubled.
There Is spent for luxuries in this
country moro than $5,000,000,000 or
four and a half times more than is
paid to teachers of all grades of education.
Prices 15c -30c
RED CLOUD In
She Wouldn't Change
Also MY LADY'S GARTER
EDITH ROBERTS in The
Also 12th Episode
The Phantom Foe
CONSTANCE TALNADGE in
Connie's Latest and Best Comedy Drama
Also a 2-reel Big V Comedy
Marshall Neilan's Big Success
Don t Ever
NEBRASKA FARM BUREAU
Standing committees of the Ne
braska federation as recently named
by the executive committee recently
aro as follows: marketing Youngs,
Guslafson and Dodge; organization
Thompson, Pcdrett and Juergens; fi
nance' Briggs, Crocker and Gribble;
education Graham, Crocker and
Thompson; legislation Norton, and
Briggs, Gustafson, Graham and Juer
gens; labor Pcdrett, Gribble and
Crocker. Tho merkcting commit
tee was authorized to confer with the
state secretary of agriculture in on
investigation. of the fees charged by
tho comminsion men of the Omaha
live stock market.
"You've heard about the raisin with a kick of 10 per cent
But the raisin with the wallop is the raisin' of the rent
WHY PAY RENT, ANY WAY?
"Talk with us about owning your own home"
February 28 to March G lias been '
named ns farm implement inspection
and repair week by tho Nebraska fed
oration nnd tho college of agricul
tui'c. This action was taken by tho
executive board following the state
ment of implement manufacturers
that the price of machinery would
not bo reduced during the coming
year. The college has two or three ,
bulletins dealing with the care and
repair of implements that are aail-
able to all farmers who make their
Tho following nccompanied tho
stock shipped from this point to Kan
sas City Sunday morning: II. A. Hor
ton, W. J. Delancy, Pat Kcllett, Dan
E. Phillips, R. A. Mitchell.
At a meeting of the Holt county
farni bureau at O'Neill last week it
was resolved that "Senate File 60 in
its present form should not bo pass
ed nnd that the excluding of money
from 'tho tangible personal property
article 1 section 4 and listing all
other takes is a plain discrimination
nnd in favor of the moneyed inter
ests." The resolution was signed by
tho committee composed of C. Kirk
land, J. W. Pickoy nnd J. B. Fuller
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Plans have been completed to get
a resume of all bills introduced in tho
Nebraska legislature affecting tho
farmers, into tho hands of the mem
bers of tho farm bureau each week
and then call for a referendum vote.
J. N. Norton, former legislator and
memher of tho constitutional conven
tion, chairman of the legislative com
mittee, has been, spending a few days
each week in Lincoln and Is keeping
in daily touch with developments
through a special representative.
Cheyenne county was ono of the
first to respond to tho request of the
American Farm Bureau Federation to
donate corn for the Near East Re
lief. Contributions aro now being
received at the office of tho agricul
tural agent at Sidney. The state ex
ecutive committee has endorsed tho
action of tho national federation and
will aid in every manner possible.
JimCnthorof llolyoUo, Colorado 1b
in tho city visiting his paronte, Mr.
anil Mrs O. F. Citthor.
At our Blue, Brown and Gray Serges
for real yalues in hand tailored suits
'THE HUGHES WAY9
The Frank ft. hughes Co.
CLEANING DYEING REPAIRING
LADIE'S TAILORS MEN'S TAILORS
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Mr. and Mrs.
BOTH PHONES RED GLOUD, NEB
If You Are
or any other place, come in and LET US
SHOW YOU how much cheaper building
material it now than it has been the
last year or two.
Piatt fr Frees
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