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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. FEBRUARY 22. 1923
We still continue to give
HEAVY UNDERWEAR DUCK COATS
O'SHOES WOOL SHIRTS SWEATERS
Swift's Secure New Mgr.
W. A. Kent, who lias been manager
of Swift's creittn .tni inn lien, for the
past eighteen uniiiM.s, iec unert his
position "ii(lu, .liilm IMwmils, form
it manager of iIih iHitiifi'i Union
stoic Is now in Clint l'". tin I lie status
tliiit m.iiiv ol IiIn fiit-mls mi- ticcoming
pations f this station Mi Kunt has
accepted a position wiih tin KiirmefH
L'quitj ut M. I'iiiiii!-, Kiiimis, and
will take up his duties Maieh 1st
FARM BUREAU NOTES
County Kxtens'on Agent, Henry
For the balance of this month we
. extraordinary reduction in BOYS
less than first cost
It will Pay You to Look Us Up Before Buying Elsewhere
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
Fiidny afternoon, Ruymnn I Ivoont,
and Miss lileo lung nutoo 1 to Smith
Center, Kansas, wheio thev wore unit
ed in mariiiige by Uev Kifiher.
The bride is the. talented and ac
complished daughter of Mr. unci Mib.
E. A. King of tins uity, while, tlio
groom is a son of Mrs Mabel Koont.
und for the past few years lms been
extensively engaged In farming.
The young couple went to Superior,
Saturday, where they took the train
for Kansas City, and ate spending their
After their return to this city they
w'U in alto their horns on his farm
The Cilisr along with their many
friends wish them a long ami happy
DItKSS CONSTRUCTION SQHOOL
The Dress Construction .school is be
ing held this week with Miss Gladys
Legg, Clothing Specialist in ch:.rge.
Ten women's clubs have .sent dele
gates. The .school is being held up-
stairs over Turnurc's htote. Friday
I afternoon is open house, the public
I1ANK OF GUIDE ROCK RACK
OF 1'IG CLUI5
Two luuuNome living cuis are of
fercd by the Hank of Guide Rock to
Guide Rock Pig Club members for
heaviest litter of 180 days old. This
is a new idea and is known as "Ton
BREEDERS OFFER PRIZES
Auld & Johnson offer loving cup on
DurociJcrsey Young Herd. IlaniTU n
& Fausch offer loving cup on Poland
China Young Herd.
18 head of Poland Ch'na bred sows
aveiage $:5G.00. Prices very even
ranging from $25.00 to $70.00. This
was u very useful lot of .scjffs and will
make; the put chaser money.
? Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bel.
Residence, Bell 241
: BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB
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'. Riher-Wilson NoptiBfaP"
Mr. Leslie Arthur Wilson, county
agent of Seward county took unto him
belf u lnide, on Monday, February l'.i,
and now Miss Helen Mamie Uniher Is
the happy Mrs. Wilson.
Mrs. Wilson, for the past four jeais
has been the inntlieiuiitics iustruutiir
in i he high school here and some years
previous she guiduated from tho Red
Cloud IHkIi Seliool, also the State I ' ill
verslvy and was a ineiubor of the Delta
1 he gro.tn yiadu'ifed fiom the
d'enoMi high school and later lmm thi'i
tatu I nuersity, I uiim n nieinlier of
tlin Fat in House Finteriiity.
The pietty ueddlng took place at the
home of her parents Mr. and Mis lid
Iteiher, ninth of town. The wedding
p.uty entetliig to thostinins cf Lnhen
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BOUNTY SCHOOL NOTES
JBy County Supeiintcndent)
xX$$ Eighth grade examinations are
to be given March 29-30 and Muy a--l.
This year no seventh gradeis will be
allowed to ttko any examinations ex
cept in May. In this way the icturns
can be sent in in shoitcr time.
Any doctors that aie out of the
franked postals for repotting contagi
ous disease; can lu-vo nioie by sending
for them to this offec.
The next tqachei's examination will
be April 11. Teachers should not
lcae the lencwing of their ccttifieate
until the Lst thing as a .second teiiew-
td of f.r.st or .second grade certificates
rciiuhes summer school or co'Iegc
(credits and also raised ucragos be
1 sides a fixed standard thut no grade
' can drop below.
I Every m.n, wonr.n an chid in Lie
I United States who plants a true dul
ling 192U-21 will be awarded without
grins uedding inaruh. The bible's
gown was of white eiepo satin, trim-j additional cost mcmfocrship in lhfi
med In silk lace, while the groom woie ' Amer'caii Tice As-ociation. Send your
tho conventional black. iname, address, name of tiee( kind),
They will make their home at Sew- jwheie obtained, when and where plant
aid, where he will continue in the ed and the names ol two witnesses
position as county HKont. 'with their addics'-cs. Membership
- .. entitles the holder to lcceivc a hand
U l . n . . I some ccifficatc of mcmbeiship, bulle-
Webster County Marine ithl8 fcd the advJso of Cxpens about
in Philippine Islands te ct',c f'tice.
I Send to "The American Tiec A.sso-
Aftor a longcruUe aciosstho Paeillc, elation 121-1, lGih, St .,N. W. Wash-
Hatold Heuiy White-el ol Itosetnotit. ington, D. C.
Webster county, Nebraska, Is nov 'fhis would be a good thing for the
.stationed with the U S Minnies at children to take up for Atbor Day.
Cavitu, in the I'hilippine laluiuls. He Somo tl.eCh planted around some of
arrived there i econtly with a detach- ,,,,, ...c-nooi ...uU wol,l,l greatly im-
nieiii. us i. o. .tiuiines, aim win pio
Let Us Make That Old Piece of Jewelry Into An
UP-TO-DATE RING, PIN OR BROOCH
E. H. Newhouse
v sorslco p
SCHAAF & TURNER
ir ' fui
uaoij- remain auroaii ior h year or
longer before letnininir to the I'nltcd
Whltcse), who is a son of Mr. Samuel
K. Whitesel of Uosement, joined the
Marines at Maro Island, Calif , .Sept.
0, 10.".', whuiu he was stationed lor
seveial weeks. He (,ft on a naval
'raspoit for th Philippines last
month, p tying u Ult to iiiirtm ami
the ilaw.ttiau Islands etii'oute.
CttItf is situated on Manila Ray,
ivlmru Aduiii.il Duwey drstroyet? tho
Spiinisii Meet in 1M)S A gurrUon of
Marines has been inalnUlned theiu
since Spiiinh..inBiloiii Wnr days.
lluM'w die umiiy poinU of liiterc,t In
and Hboot Cavlte, and the Mrirrt
lny frt'iiuent t ibiu t Manila, wlilcu
DR. PHILLIPS STAMPED GRAPE FRUIT
Dr. Phillips Grape Fruit is "ALWAYS
RIPE" and "FIT TO EAT". Tree ripened-not
artitically colored. Why not buy the best?
Dr. Phillips cost no more than other grape
fruit notguaranteed or tree ripened.
The Brown Fruit Co.
Grand island, Nebraska.
prove the appearance of things and
later on would be of great value for
protection and shade.
''Jack" Barnes Laid to Rest
A A Jinnies bettor known as ".lack'
after an illness of sovphiI months, pat-s.
ed away Tuesdiij mm mug at Ids home
in (Jarlleld piecmet
He had ieslile.1 in tins county foi
tunny years and as b nn In Oskalonsn,
Iowa, July IT, 15)71', being ."! ortr, 7
iiiMiithb Mid .'J itiiy old at tha time of
his domifc. A wife, three dnuKbtrr
and a son ttls several brothcis Hud i
sisters tire l ft to nioiiru his dwnUe. i
Tha fuueiul nervlcoh were hald at the '
Owrttald Rrotlueu fh,ureh Wednwdny,
By a fortunate purchase got
a small lot of the Newest Silk
Dresses at a discount by taking
the lot. So am passing this on to
my customers. Prices start ot
B9.75 up to
; llMSulreotlr ncroM tho bay and way
I be leuclniil b oteuiuer 6r by rail. - -..
I - Marioii I'leom arrived Itere Friday
Rv. J. E. Jarlioc rolurnd to h!s evening on N . 11 ftom Lincoln to
.k.iu at Lincoln Tunsday morning on t;ptnd n few hours uttendiiur to bua-
tjJn I ufter spendinif tlio past faw ncas mattor-. He returned to liie
d iyj hero v'sithig at the lioms of Air. bedside of hlu little daughter in Lin-
and Airs. W. II. Thomas and with coin Saturday morning. He-reporl.
f other rolatie and attending to busi- that Utile hopo i.s held out by the d't-
i ness matter.-. tors of her recovery.
in tho Taffetas. This will be the
Loading Silk for Girle for Spring
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