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RED CLOUD,. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, NcbrnsUn.
PUDLISflKD EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In the I'ontoMlce nt licit Cloud, Neb
at Hocond Clnsi Matter
A. D. MoARTHUR, Editor and Owner
Forcltfri, per column Inch 15c
Locrvl, ' ' ",12.fel5
KJnlcy Uright returned to Iii.s home,
nt Lincoln Monday afternoon aftc;
upending the 11:1 t few days ncre at
tending to business mutters nnd vis
iting at the home of his brother Ed
MEN YOU'MAY MARRY
Dy E. R. PEYSER
Has a Man Like This Proposed
Symptoms: Almost 4.", good
looking, sweet, thoughtful, yet
thoughtless. Ills clothes look
like nn artist's palette with ago'
old Mains, his shoes are rarely
ever polished nnd often hacked
some, his hands are clean but
could be cleaner, bis ties were
good once upon a time but now
hanker after the rubbish heap.
He needs the rub In rubbish.
Prescription to the Drldcto-Be.
Learn the use of all clean
ing ilulds and powders.
Hire some valeting system to
use when he Is out.
The Whlok Rubber Is Worth
Two of the Whist Rubber.
( bv McCluro Nvpaicr Syndicate )
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
ii. x, w) :
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 12 Ox
Aaron Conover and wifo arc home
from the world's ir.
Red Cloud will have the eagle heream
in good shape.
Mrs done and children leave to
night for Fall Held on a short vhlt.
I'rof. 0. M. Caster Is spending his
vacation in Missouri. Uefoie return
ing to Rod Cloud he will take la the
The city dads have decided that Red
C oud should have more territory and
consequently have decided to com
iiionco proceedings in the district court
to annex the out lying precincts. This
Isamovuluthe right direction. I'm!
C oud city limits should bo at leas'
two miles squire.
Fourteen yours ago last Sutiirdriy
niglit. lied Cloti'l had a very serious
cyclone which destroyed much proper
ty and injured a number of people, and
fourteen years ago Friday niglit a very
heavy frcst prevailed here which spoil
ed nearly every growing object that
had been planted
The followlug are the uames of
teachers for our public schools for the
coming year and who were elected last
Superintendent G. M. Caster.
Principal Miss Elizabeth Brown.
2nd Assistant Mrs. E. J. Case.
The following have not as yet been
assigned to rooms: Miss Jennie Wad
del', Miss Edith Ely, Miss Nellie West,
Mary Nye, Miss Hboda Waddell, Miss
MttMe Kelley, Miss Lula Warner, Mis
Fidelia SclnilYiiit, Miss Dora Homier
son. The board has made good selec
tions !n every instance and should be
highly commended for their action.
Rpgulor services every first and third
Sunday in the mouth iti the Advent Ut
church at 11 a m.
Pre tilling a 11 a. m.
You are cordially invited to attend
O. R. Helnitz, pastor. '
10 a. in., Sunday School.
1U:30 Chlhheiis Duy Piograni.
Program by Young Peoples Depart,
merit, S p. in.
The Suuduy School session on Sun
day will be shortened in order1 to get
time for the Children's Day 1'iogram.
For the evening program, the De.
votional committee of the department
request that each one, both old and
young come prepared to read or re
cite a scripture verse with the word
righteous or righteousness in it.
The Vacation Iilble School began
Monday with ,'W pupils in attendance.
All children and young folks are In
vited to the sessions of the School
each foretioon of next week. The
School will close with an exhibit and
program Sunday evening Juno IT.
40 YEARS AGO
I RED CLOUD
Senator Case is able to got
again, after a protracted siege
Married by the Rev Geo. 0. Yeiser
on the Sad of June, 1883, Mr. James
Sutton and Miss Battle Watt all of
Webster county, Nebr.
It is currently reported, and upon
pretty good authority, that there will
bo at least two mote brick bulldluys
erected on Webster street the present
10 YKAUS AGO
"Suffer the little children, and for
bid them, not, to come unto me; for to
such bolongtli the kingdom of Heaven."
Sunday morning we will have the
regular services. In the evening the
Sunday School will put on the Child
ren's Day program. The committee,
Virginia Caldwell, Ruby Hanson, and
Grace Huutington, aie putting lots of
time and thot into the preparations.
This being Ilome Mission day the of.
fcritig will go to Home Missions.
The church was tilled almost to
ctpacity to enjoy the verv helpful
Union bervice Sunday evening.
The Missionary meeting, Friday
afternoon was especially interesting,
Mrs. Cocberan, who has taught in both
Indian and Negro schools told u
something of the work and some very
1 vely discussion ensued. The Society
voted to put Every Lund, a children's
magazine into the City Library and
the magazine lias already been ordout'.
Rev. Nelson returned Suuduy mort
ing from the Western Christian Cor
ventlon and reports very tine progress
throughout the whole territory.
in nil ! p iii mi m m nil inum i ii i
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU WHEN
YOU WANT SOME
P R I N Tl N G
Whatever price we quote, you
may be sure that the quality of work
you receive will be the best it is pos
sible to produce.
We will be glad to come to your
place o! business, and talk it over.
The Red Cload Ghief
Dr. W.H. McBride
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
SUN., JUNE 10, 3 p. m.
The visitors have a fast team and a good
game is assured the fans. Dillon, a 'left hand
twirler, formerly with the Lincoln State League
team will be on the mound for the visitors.
Come out and see this game as it will
be a good one
Children 12 to 16, 2Sc.
STAW HAT TIME
SEE OUR WONDERFUL LINE OF
NEW STRAW HATS
NEW BLOCKS NEW SHADES NEW PRICES
tALSO A NEW SNAPPY LINE
YOUNG MENS SPORT SUITS
$18.50 to $37.50
Miss Clma llurgetb spent Tuesday
Dr. Miles was a pasellger to Lincoln
last Friday morning. , , j ,
lame. Miner had the misfortune to
have one of hi arms broken lat week.
Mr-., lb-lie Kengle, loft for Victor,
Colo., Sunday evening for a short vl-di
Mis-, Uutb Johnston departed Mon
day morning for Peru to attend Not.
Nellie West Castor ai rived in the
oily the lust of the week from Yoilt,
Father Kitzgerald and Kerimrd Mi -Neiiy
weie in Nelson, Tuesday, on bti-i-ness,
Col. J. II. Ellingur is now driving a
new t'adillo") auto which he purchased
Mis-, Margiii'iite Uichardson has re
turned home from Indiana where she
has been attending school
Harry Cramer U buck iiKiiiu In his
old position In Turuure & Son'.-, store
after a eliort May in Oinaluiand Plans
mouth Dr. 11. V. Nicholson of Lincoln linn
arrived in the city and taken posse
sion of the Dr. Trumblo dental busi-
iies which ho purchased u fw weeks
Misb l'.eattlce MclCeighan was seri
oiislv injured on Tuesday, in Lincoln,
where she bad gone to visit her moth
er, blie was htuuilltig near a uon-uro
wben a catridge, wlncli had been
gathered up with the trash, e.ploded,
the bullet passing through her wrist.
NEW OXFORDS NEW CAPS
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
ni1F ifir iinrir
Ilible school nt lu a. in.
Morning Service at 11 n. in. Subjc
Keviuw of Five yrtat llelicious Ci n-
veutious held this last mouth.
National FiindiuneiiUls Convention
at Ft. Worth, Texas.
American lbiptist lilble Union at
Southern llnptist Convention at
Noi'tliern UaptNt Convention lit
I'lesbyterian (Seneral Assembly at
At the evening hour next Suuduy
will occur t'.ie annual observance of
"Children's Day, with a good program
of Songs and KxMcl"es oT vtry inter
es'lng char ictei. participated in by
the Hiiliro Ilibli- SimooI. Tne-e ir
w.irianied to please all who attend.
General Prajer and Conference
meeting on Wednesday evening
At tlie Monthly Communion Service
last Sunday tho Hand of Fellow.sb p
was given to ten new addition- to tin
chinch, there ate btill others to receive
it Financial matters have been ar
ranged and the Pastor retained for
Cordial invitation to all not intern1,
I. W. Fdson, Pastor.
fc t. r j
HOARD OF EDUCATION HOLDS
KKfiULAU MONTHLY MHFT1NC.
Hod Cloud, Ncbraslca.
June 1 192U.
Yne Hoard ( f Education met in, rog
ulur session at tho Commercial Club
ro uns at 8 o'clock p. m. All members
present except C. J. Pope.
The minutes of meetings of May
7th and 11th wore read and approved.
Tlit following bills were audited
and allowed and Secretary instructed
to draw warrants for same:
Mrs. Ethe! Kailey $ 15.01
Joe Hewitt 81.03
O. C. Tcel .75.00
II. S. Foe .. 75.00
Cei. Hutch'son 75.00
V. A. Sherwood 19.90
S. H. Florance 19.90
15 V. Stewart 19.90
Ficd E. Mnurer - - - 19.90
Pope 11 ro.- 10.110
Johnson &, Graham .. 2.S0
i L. Cotting . .... 3.95
Grice & Grimes 1 ..;..,...... 18 50
Art Nelson 578.01
Webster County: Argus .1.75
Itcd Cloud Chief ,.. 15.50
Wmdraff Printing Co .. 87.81
No further business the Hoard ad
journed. B. F. PERRY, Sec.
Straight talk on Cream Separators by
Tljfc M li. HM "
UtO.5 1 KIJNfc- M
Red Cloud, Nebr.
TJfITH a single tool the combination wrench and
screw driver shpwn below, which is included with
every De Laval you can take it apart and set it up again
in a few minutes.
Could anything be easier or simpler?
There are no complicated parts no chain drives, no
cog wheel puzzles, no ball bearings to get 'flattened or
broken. Every adjustment can be made quickly by tin:
man on the farm without special tools of any kind.
Such simple construction makes the De Laval not only
the longest lasting but
also the easiest separatoi
to clean and care for.
THE ONLY TOOL REQUIRED
WITH A NEW DE LAVAL
Wo will sell you a Do Laval
on terms th&t can't help
suiting you. Corcc in nnd
examine tho machine; let us
ihow you what it will do.
LATER YOU WILL BUY A
imimi, !, i niwii iiiim ii ii minimi mmiwuiiin
FARM HUKEAU NOTES
II. R. Fausch, County
STOCK JUDGING PRACTICE
Thursday nnd Friday, June 14 nnd
15th Club members will hold their
competive Stock Judging Contest and
a team will ho selected to represent
Webster county at the State Fair.
M. Ii. Pis -on, Animal Husbandry
Specialist of Lincoln will be in charge
of the contest. On Thurrfday, June
14th at 10 a. m., the contest will start
at the Auld Johnson farm southwest
of Guide Rock, where hogs and cattle
will he judged. On Friday, Juno 15th
at 10 a. m., sheep judging nt II. II.
Crowcll farm northwest of Red Cloud
and in the afternoon horse judging at
W. E. Thorpe north of Bladen.
All members in Dairy Coif Club
will meet nt tho Starke Holstcin
farm ctut of Red Cloud Monday,
June 18t,h. N. W. Lauritson, Dairy
Srcciulist will be in charge of contest
to s-dect a diury team.
C0NTE3T AT HASTINGS
Tuesday, Juno 10th tho two Wch
stci county teams will take part in a
Diftrict contest to ho held at Hat-ingi-..
Look the Old Top over and see if you don't need a
New One. Tops Made to Order.
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Saddlery
2 Doors South ol Farmers Union.
Last Thursday this Superior ball
toam crossed bats with the loeil team
on tho'honio diamond. Tho visitors
won by a 6coro of 8 to 7. It will ho
different when our team plrtys the
visitors on a return game.
Bell Phone 29 -:- Ind. Phone 12
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