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WED OLOUD, HEBRASKA, OHHF
--. REVEREND SAMUEL HARDMAN
Servient For Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Eaater Tide
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon at 11:00 a. m.
Evening Prayer and Address at 7;30 p. m. .
Evening Prayer and Address at 8:00 p. m.
Evening Prayer and Address at 4:15 p. m.
Litany and Address at 0:00 p. m.
Evening Prayer and Address at 4:15 p. m.
Morning Prayer and Address at 10:00 a. m.
Evening Prayer and Address at 0:00 p. m.
Evening Prayer and Litany at 4:15 p. m.
Morning Prayer at 7:30 a. m.
Holy Communion with Sermon at 11:00 a. m.
Evening Prayer and address 4:00 p. m.
The above services arc arranged in such a way that it
ought to be possible to have your presence at several
ol them. The subjects ot the addresses will be timely, and
the addresses will be short. Plan to come yourself and
bring a friend or neighbor. Upon you depends in a large
measure the succcis or failure of these services.
If you arO not a member of Grace Church and wish to
enjoy any or all of these Services don't hesitate to come.
A hearty welcome awaits you from the congregation and
minister; better than that is the knowledge that you have
worshiped God and received His blessing.
ME BED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud. Nebrnakft.
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Entered In the I'oitofflce at Hcd Cloud, Neb
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I horcby unnounco myself nsti Candi
da to, for the nomination for Sheriff of
Ycbstcr County, nt the Primary, July
18, 1022, subject to tho will of tho Re
publican voters of Wobster county.
Farm Bureau Notes
I hereby announce mysolf asticandi
date for the nomination for Sheriff of
Webster County subject to tho will of
tho votors of the Democratic party at
the 1'rimary election, July 18, 1022.
I hereby announce myself as n candi
date) for tho nomination for Sheriff of
Webster County, at tho Primary, July
18, 1022, subjoot to the will of tho Ro'
publican voters of Webstor county.
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1022. PRANK HUI?FEK.
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While in a partisan sense it is demo
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I hereby announce mysolf as a candi
date for the nomination for Sheriff of
Wobster County subject to the will of
tho Republican voters at tho Primary,
July 18, !ie. FRED IlEDtiE.
For County Clerk
I horoby announce mysolf ns a candi
date, for tho nomination for County
Clorlc of Webster County, nt tho pri.
mary, July 18, 1922, subject to tho will
of.the votors of tho Democrat party.
I. F. PERRY.
I hereby announce mysolf as a cnmli
(Into, for the nomination for County
Cleric of Wobster County, at tho pri
mary, July 18, 1922, subject to tho will
of tho voters of the Republican party.
ELMER K. SIMONy
For County Treasurer
I hereby announce myself nsucnndl.
duto for the nomination for County
Treasurer of Webster County subject
to tho will of the voters of tho Repub
lican party at the Piimary election,
July 18, 1022.
MRS. HAZEL POWELL.
I hereby announce myself nsncnndl
dato for tho nomination of County
Troasurcrof Wobster County subject
to tho votors of tho Democratic ticket
at tho Primnry oleetlon, July 18th
A. V. DUCKER.
I horoby announce myself as n candi
date for tho nomination for County
Treasurer of Webster Comity subjoet
to the will of the voters of the Repub
lican tiokct nt tho Primary election
MRS. CLARA E. WALKER.
For County Superintendent
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for renomlnatlon for County Sup
erintendent of Schools on the Non
Political ticket at tho Primary election
July 18th. ESTELLE E.IDUCKEr'
Monday, Sheriff Huffer filed for
Sheriff on tho Democrat ticket. Dur
ing bis term of nfllco he has conducted
tho affairs of the oflieo in a. very cap
able maimer and is worthy of the voto
and support of his party at the coming
primaries. The Chief believes that the
Democratic party will mako no nils
tako in nominating him as n candidate
for another term in this oilleo.
Professor Howard Gramlich who is
head of the Animal Husbandry De
partment of the University of Nebras
ka will visit Webster county April
11th and 12th. Mr. Gramilch will
talk to the High School students tell
ing them about tho University of Ne
braska and the College of Agricul
ture. Students who are planning on
taking a higher educational training
will bo interested in hearing Mr.
Gramlich oxplain what tho University
lias to offer them.
Several of tho Live Stock Brccdeis'
Associations will help entertain Mr.
Gramlich while visiting in the county. J
Following is his schedule: Tues
day, April 11th Red Cloud High
School at 9:00 a. m., Guide Rack
High School at 1:00 p. m., Eckley
Consolidated School at 3:00 p. in. and
Tuesday evening Hereford Breeders
entertain. Wc-dncsdny, April 12th,
Oowlcs High school at u:uu a. m.,
Blue Hill H'gh "School at 1:00 p. m.t
Bladen High School at 3:00 p, m.,
and Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m.
at the Royal Hotel, Duroc and Poland
China breeders entertain at a joint
COUNTY AGENT CONFERENCE
Tho first conference of the county
Agents in tho southwest district mot
at McCook. Mr. Fausch of Webstor
county and Mr. Davis of Adams coun
ty wore re-elected president and sec
retary. Mr. Holmes of Red Willow
was elected Vice-president to succeed
Mr. Claybaugh of Clay County. Tho
next conference will be held at Red
Cloud, Juno 14th.
HENRY R. FAUSCH
County Agricultural Agcr.t.
COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES
(By County Superintendent)
Seventh grade students aro to take
examinations in spelling, drawing,
mental arithmetic, physiology and pen-
menship only. They aio to have one
trial only. This examination is given
mostly to get them used to tak'ng
tho examination so that they will do
themselves justice the next year nnd
not be scared.
GOOD ROAD NATIONAL ESSAV
Tho Extension Division of the Uni
versity of Nebraska is co-operating
with the National H'ghway and High
way Transport Educational Comm't
tco in the good roads national esny
contest. Following aro tho rules;
1. Subject-"How Good Roads Are
Developing My Community."
2. Length Not to exceed 700
3. Closing Date Not later than
May 1, 1922.
4. Award The Harvey S. Fiie
stono Scholarship. This scholarship
provides tuition and expenses for
four years' attendance at any college
or university chosen by tho success
6. Those Eligible All students of
high school grade.
G. Preparation Essays must be
written on one s'dc of the paper only
Each manuscript should bear tho
name, school and home address of tho
contestant in the upper left hand
corner of tho first page.
7. Grading Essays should bo
graded on a basis of knowledge of the
subject, composition, and appearance.
8. Principals and teachers of high
schools is Nebraska are requested to
forward the best three essays from
each high school to the university of
Nebraska, Lincoln Nebraska under
postmark not later than May 15, 1922.
The best essay from each state and
territory will be handed a national
committee to be appointed by the
United Stales Commissioner of Edu
cation. Teachers' Examinations April 15,
Eighth Grade examinations April G
and 7, 1922.
The announcement of Fred Hedge
who has filed as a candidate for Sher
iff on the Republican ticket appears in
our Political Announcement column.
Mr, Uodgo served two terms as deputy
uadcr his brother. His many friends
predict that ho will bo a strong candl
date for this office on tho Republican
My most embarrassing situation hap
pened when I was a young girl. Our
Sunday school gave a picnic in tho
woods and I nttonded, wearing a white
dress, nud currying a green silk pnra
sol. Unfortunately, a rain camo r.p nnd
nftor It was over my dress was as
green as my parasol. Chicago Jour-nnl.
In The District Court of
Webster County, Nebraska.
In Tho Matter of tho Application of
Myrtlo A. Putnam, Administratrix of
tho Estate of Nowell C. Putnam, De
ceased, for Leave to Sell Real Estate.
Notice is hereby given that, in pur
Ruanco of an order of Hon. Lowls II (
Blackledge, Judge of tho District
Court of Wobstor County, Nobrnska,
made on tho 20th day of March, 1922,
for tho sale of tho real estate herein
after described, thero will bo sold at
public vendue to tho highest bidder
for cash, at the south door of the court
house in tho City ot Red Cloud, in 6aid
County on the 24th day ot April, 1922,
at tho hour of two P. M., the following
described real estate:
Tho Northwest Quarter of Seotlon
20, Town 3, Range 10 in Webster Coun
ty, Nebraska. Said sale will remain
open ono hour.
Datod this 22nd day of March, 1922.
Myrtlo A. Putnam
Administratrix of the cstato
of Nuwell C. Putnam, Dccoascd.
J. W. Auld and Clarenco Johnston
went to Cambridge Wednesday oven
Ing to attend a cattle sale.
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