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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1921)
&ED CLOUIr NEBRASKA, CHU?
Just For Comparison
oul, that in
building a certain
Jt has been J inured
house, the J.VMBhR cost
$1,600.00 in 1913
$3,300.00 in 1920
$2,000.00 in 1921
Freight has ad: amdJ . ,S( " u this matrrt'irf, since
rprj, which males tlu hn.iti nst at the present lime a
ttijlc over $roo.oo mou than it did in J pi J, exclusive of
h f night laiu
Piatt & Frees
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
fUULlSIJED KVEKV THUIISDAY
tntcrnl In Did I'uMnflK-D nt I((1 ( loud, Neb
ih Htconrt Class Mnttrri
A. li McAItTHUK,i:illtur uml Ownur
Foreign, per column Inch I5c
Loon.1. 10 ,V 2U
sKould spend at leaSf one
Vacation in "The Land of
Wonder's' V-Yellows tone
Park--and see-sights and
scenes th lib of which
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ao not exist elsewhere.
Briefly ,4heattractions are-an in
comparable climate, wild animals
-of numerous species living their
"natural life Yellowstone is the
largest wild game preserve in the
world; magnificent forests; wild
lowers of brilliant hues, in great
variety and profusion; lakes, riv
ers, waterfalls (the Great Fall is
almost twice as high as Niagara)
innumerable rivers and creeks;
geysers mud volcanoes, hot and
mineral spiings, exquisitely color
ed pools; mountains and canyons;
Wonderful hotels, permanent
if tfintfy" c$mps; an automobile
wdethat has'rio counterpart in all
v the world and--the Cody Road,
which has been called "the most
wonderful ninety miles in Amer-
Why not go this year? Take the family!
Decide when, then let mo make your reser
vations so you will be sure of accommodat
N. B. BUSH, Ticket Agent
COUNTY SCHOOL XOTliS
II. JK. 102 piiol by the last leg
islnture rexjuircs the maintenance of
school for t least six months In
riirtricU having les than ton child
rn nown enr; old nfld under Ax-
I "ii, find tur.o montf'i in di tikta
having more than ten childion of
thf-o ax. Win re d'sliicff provide
instruction for their children .in a
noiKhboriiiff district for tliu required
time thirt would ho considered an
maintaining a rchool as required by
law. Districts having less .than Ivo
children seven years old and under
sixteen may use funds for board,
transportation nml other expenses, of
such children while attending In nn
othcr district. This law applies to all
districts in the state and all school
officers should be advised immediate
ly of its requirements by county su
perintendents, that proper provision
may be made for funds at the anuunl
meeting, June 13, or at u special
meeting called for tho purpose. 'As a
I penalty for racSc ,
provides that no district s.. fctti1-.
any portion of tho semi-annual appor
tionment unless school is taught by
a qualified teacher for the required
length of time. The closing of school
on account of epidemic sickness or
destruction of school houses by fire,
making it impossible to continue
school, will not deprive the district
(chool apportionment. When a dis
trict has in good faith raised and ex
pended the maximum tax allowed bv
law and funds have 1pci insufficient
to maintain whool tho required time,
It will not be deprived of its sharp
of school apportionment, proidcd
proper affidavit i wr-dc.
This law provides for State Hid for
the first right wade In weak dip
trlot. To pet this stitc aid the dls
tiVf imi t h.ir levied 40 mills upon
one f'ft'' nf all tux.)1)" properly. TM
li " ki fle n dilWt nml wi-t be
-o certified to the rnnnlv clck. T"
it U too late to make the lovy a' the
annual meeting a special meeting
hhould be held.' A vote of (10 per cent
of those present is requircd,to carry
it. Tho special meeting- must be
held In time to certify, the tax to tho
county clerk. ,J
This act provides further that no
district containing less than12 smi
tions shall receive aid. Districts
containing more than 12 sections
maintaining more than one separate
school may receive aid for each school
ii there is a division of VI square
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l I , H l v & A, ' "K mm 1 1 ALU in x
Theylnwef made a cigarette
is m my day
The Camel idea wasn't born then. It was the
exclusive expert Camel blend that revolutionized
w cigarette smoking. .... t
That Camel blend of choice Turkish and Domestic
tobaccos hits just the right spot. It gives Camels such
mellow mildness and fragrance!
The first time I smoked Camels I knew they were
made for me. I knew they were the smoothest, finest
cigarette in the world, at any price.
Nobody can tell me anything different. ,
X. J. REYNOLDS Tobneeo Co.
Vluton-Slei!i, N. C.
were hired too early to change the
The time to get in transfers is tret- j
pretty short. ,
Tho new law books arc being sent
out. one. to each director. There is
one tor tho other members of the
board too if they will ask for it some
time when they arc in the office.
REFERENDUM TO BE TAKEN
Members of the Webster County
miino fnr nnni, arfmni ! cmM ViiofTiiUfarnt Bureau Fodcration will hold
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in?. June 16th at 8:30 p. m. in their
No district formed after Man TiTS.
1913 containing less than 20 sections
ma i i -i i i
A Service to Help You
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Perhaps the first thing our Exide Service Station
can do for you is to help you prolong the life of
your present starting battery.
If charging or repairs are necessary, you can rely
on the competence of our trained men to put any
type of battery into the best possible shape.
When you need a new battery, there is an Exide
built to give you tho maximum combination of
power, dependability and long life.
$'fXtfftir 'iV1 ..jgs. JOh jfflNfc:
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shall receive aid.
To dotormine tlie amount to be ap
portioned each district, tho county su
perintendent wdlj- find the estimated
expenditures for tho current school
year and subtract therefrom the esti
mated income from all sources for tho
same year. The estimated income will
be the sum of all moneys belonging
to the district on hand in the dis
trict and county treasurios, plus the
maximum amount that can be raised
by a tax of forty mills, plus the esti
mated apportionment of state school
funds. The estimated expenditures
for the coming year will be the
amount necessary to maintain school
the length of time required by this
act which shall not exceed $1000 in
districts whero thore are ten or more
children, nor MQO in districts where
there are five and less than ten child
ren, nor $125 for each child in districts
whore there arc loss than fivo child
ren, who are coven' years old and un
der sixteen. All districts failing to
comply with this new ruling will lose
.their Ktate apportionment.
Throe names 'were left ofT the list
of eighth grads graduates through
something coming up out of tho or
dinary, but from no shortage in tho
quality of the 'student. They arc:
Arthur Hansen of District 62; Chns.
McMahon of District 68, and Flotsio
Scott qf District 69.
All schools expecting to charge
tuition for admitting Btudents to
their schools will have to be approved
by tho state and will have to pro
vide a school that will bo worth tho
increased tuition thafcis bcingjeliargcd.
At the annual .meeting tltyjr should
is so vthat
respective townships at their usual
meeting places. A referendum vote
will be taken to got the sentiment
of farmers on a dozen important Na
tional Legislative questions. Farm
Bureau members should remember
the date and attend their township
Geo. R. Boomer, Specialist in Mar
keting of tho Extension Service of
Lincoln, is coming June 13, 14 and 15.
June 13th at 8:30 p. m. at Line Town
ship meeting to bo held in School Dis-1
trict 34. June 14th at 2:00 p. m.
Farmers' Union Convention at Ina
vale and 8:30 p. m. Beaver Creek
Township meeting to be held in School
District 61. Juno 15th at Highland
Community School District 40.
Dr. Lciby tested cattle last week
for Starke Brothers, Henry Johnston,
nonry Soraerhalder, Mat Dean, J. B.
Saladen, Louio Bergficld, Alf Lewis,
James Doyle and Chas. Norris, all
in Pleasant Hill Townsnip. a iouu
of 185 head of cattle and 9 reactors
HENRY R. PAUSCJU,
County Agricultural Agent.
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Notice oT Floal Report
The Red Cloud Battery Service Station
CARL S. McARTHUR, Manager.
nrovido adenuato facilities -rso
thoy can givo value, recelvdt
A .Ul.nfi'. A.nAAMMn nyi 1 1Plinf ?svl
jt. i.ui(v;Hii tY;i V4ii.u vh ui4uvwir.
will meet in.Dcs Moines Iowa, on
Juno 30, July 1 and 2 for the pur
pose of discussing ttho condition and
needs of education.
Tho teachers' examination is Jy.no
25 and 26. The program will be tho
samo as last time.
Teachers' Institute will bo Aug'ist
lu, 11, 1 tiilh jii.'. iv V t ..Vv
been in September but tho instructors
Jn the County Couit ol Webster county,
In tac ma'.ter of tho wtnte ol Eva J. Case,
All personi Interested In ald estate, are
hereby notified tliat tho Executor, Gharloa
J. Piatt has fllcd herein a nnal account and
report ol his administration, and a peti
tion for tho final settlement ol Buch account
and report, and lor a decree of distribution
ol tho" residue ol said estate, and for tho as
signment ol tho real estato belonging thereto,
andadlschargetromhls trust, all o which
satd matters havo beon set lor henrlng hoforo
said court on tho 18th day of June, 1921, at the
hour of 10 o'clock, A. M when all persons
Interested may appearand contest the samo.
Dated this 7th day ol June 1921.
r8KAL A. I). KANSEY,
A true copy. uounxy j uoge.
OVER STATE BANK
-Nifty New Bungalow Aprons-
Percale from 95c to $3.00
Ginghams from $2.00 to $4.00
Styles and prices loo numerous to state in this small space
If you will come in we will be only too glad to show them
Every New Spring and Summer Wearable
Hosiery Underwear -- Corsets Gloves
. House Aprons -- Shirt Waists - Blouses
- Skirts -r Petticoats
A Complete Line at New 1021 Prices
The Women's Store
Red Cloud - '- - - Nebraska
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