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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JUNE 28. 1923
FOK THE BIQ
CEEBRATION DAY, JUNE 28
Sewall's Chemically Pure Mixed Paints Gal. $3.25
Sewall's Interior Flat Wall Finish. Gal $2.75
These prices for Colored Only. White 10c higher.
I have sold Sewalls Paint for 25 years and they
have proved superior to many other brands and equal
to any. Now is your chance to get the best for the
price of a poor quality.
Iron Clad Barn Paint. Ga S1.50
CHAS. L. COTTINC,
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GABERDINE, MOHAIR, PALM BEACH
$13. SO to $35. OO
1. SO fi 93.50
BAL BRIGAN, PORUS KNIT
LONG AND SHORT SLEEVES
ATHELETIC 75c TO 92.00
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 12 Ox
COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES
(By Stella Ducker County Supt.)
Any one that has not had satis-
fact'on in their leports from the
eighth grade exnm'naticn should send
In their complaint before the last of
July as the papers will not bo kept
after thr.t date. The papeid will bo
here to be seen if any one cares to
see them but will not be sent out of
Any exhibit woik good enough for
the State Fair or any of the other
fairs should be sent in dur'ng the
month of July. If it can be brought
by some member of the scliool, It
will save expense. I. have some very
nice maps that I will give to any
schools that will call for them when
they happen to be in Red Cloud.
These maps are about three and one
half by five and one half feet and
would cost pei haps tluee or four
dollars. These will make it seem
worth while to bring 'n the exhibit
lt BBT M
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
The eighth grade diplomas have
ben sent to Grand Island to have
the names of the students written in
by a skilled penman. As soon as
they are returned 1 will send them to
In the granting of teachers' cer
tificates the county superintendent
has to abide by the law. She cannot
grant certificates to espec'al friends
that have not the credentials, nor can
she lefuse a certificate to her worst
enemy provided that enemy has the
lcquisitcs. Law is law, and any one
not obeying the law can be made to
come within ' s requirements.
In the matter of hiring the teach
ei", the directors try to please the
people but too often the people say
nothing about their wishes before
the teacher is hired but come in
strong in their criticism after the
thing is done. Th:s year there are
a great many teachers. Some time
ago I spoke of finding out about
whom you hired. The teacher should
have good grades, but that i3 onry
half of the essentials the teacher
must also be able to give this
knowledge to the children and to keep
them in such an attitude that they can
receive it. Without good government
the school is only fifty per cent effi
cient. Take care before you hire a teacher,
after she is hired there is nothing
to do but make the best out of what
you have. The community often
makes or mars a teacher. It seems
queer too that a community will pay
good money to a teacher that they
use all their influences to cheapen
to their children that they will leave
no means undone to lessen her in
fluence and then standby her and
help her in every way possible for
the whole nine months, so that you
will get your money's worth as near
ly as she is able to give it.
If you have anything against her
don't tell your children, tell her kind
ly and watch her mend her ways. She
wants to succeed she wants to please
The county superintendent does not
dictate whom you shall hire nor how
much you shall pay. Often when the
teacher is not all you wish it Is a
matter of expense. It la not a good
plnn to bo too saving at the expense
'of your children's time but still now
nnd then, one must save and it is
well to remember that you don't often
get more than you pay for.
Ivaa Barker Drown-
ed Monday Evening
While in swimming about eight
o'clock Monday erenlng in the Re
publican river at the narrows live tulles
went of this city, Ivan Itarkcr, of Inn.
vale was drowned nnd his body re
covered Tuesday morning about u half
mile from whore ho wont down
Ivan was in swimming with Gerald
Leonard, Howard Petty and a Johnson
boy from Ulnden. They venturing In-'
to the swift current and it becoming
too much for them made an attempt to'
get out, the I'etty b"ny escaped by
grnsplng a limb of a tree, as It went by
and huug on until he was rescued
further down the stream, and did not
fully recover from the shock until a
day or two later, while Leonard mail- j
aged to keep his head above water and ,
work his wav to the bank a few hund
red yords down stream, Johnson not
being in tho main stream and seeing
the plight of tho otlieis hastened to
tho car and went to Inavalo for help.
A largo crowd from both Inavalcand
Red Cloud assisted In the search which
lasted throughout the night and until
ten o'iClock Tuesday morning, when
the body was found by Rev. Bailey, of
Ivan Harker wa3 the 17 year old son
of Mr. and Mis. Guy Darker, of Ina
vale and was well known and well
liked by all.
The funeral services were held at
the home of the parents in Inavalc to
dhyfllev. Hill in charge, after which
interment was made in tho city cemetery.
Beginning at once, we will sell you your
choice o! our large complete stock o! Edison Blue
Amberol records at 35c each.
These are all 4 minute, indestructiable
Blue Amberol records, regularly priced at 60c
each. Now is the time to bring that record stock
up-to-date by adding some new records.
Come in and play them, no exchanges, no
records loaned while this low price holds.
E. H. Newhouse
FARM BUREAU NOTES
(By County Extension Agent, Henry
From'd'ffeient sources our atten
tion is called to activity of concerns
that presume to broadcast purebred
sows on a contract that looks im
practical and cannot be of lasting
benefit to the livestock business. An
agricultural agent, in writing to us
about the plan says:
"I don't think mucli of the hog
gillliuiiilli Ollltllic mi.v i. .j ! v.-w.'w i
down here last winter. The contract
to do something only, if they want to.
They put in very common class stuff
here. I b lieve they are about done
here. Hope you can knock It out up
This agent, who lives in Kansas,
refers to a plan of selling bred sows. J
The promoter sells bred sows at $145
per head and agrees to buy back two (
gilts from each sow for $150. In turn
he proposes to resell these gilts at
$145 each, and the scheme goes on
We are not in a position to pro
nounce the plan crooKcu necause
sometimes nromoters are inspired by
an idea that they honestly think will fill
Webster County Bank
E WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this 'sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and we are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
A lurge number lrom here went to
Smith Center Sunday some to play
golf while others to w'tnc3.? the bail
game at which time the Smith Center
players opened up a bombardment in
several innings with one, two and
tlneo inch guns and trounced our
team to defeat by a scoie of la to 4. Teachers examinations June 29-30
Smith Cfenter comes here July 20th 'jn Red cloud only. The last exam
and the local team expects to win tho J inatiorFof the year is August 3-1 in
rub game. Red Cloud only.
make large sums of money for both
parties to their contract. However,
this proposition affects an industry
in which we have been schooled for
many years, and we can say em
phatically that it is impract'cal.
Pme bred livestock should be sold
on its merits the Mine as anything
else Any selling plan that may
react later to the discredit of the
seller and the disappointment of the
buyer should ho cast out. These are
reasons without number, and good
reasons to, why farmer and .stock
men should buy purebred livestock
and usually these loasons afford all
tho guarantee that is needed to stim
ulate the pr'co that purcbreds arc
worth. The purebred business as
suffered too much from high pres
sure mothods. Let's keep our
on tho ground.
AND A BIG TIME
THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 4 p. m.
Each team has won a game and lost one.
Come out and see this one as it will be the rub
game and a thriller.
4th OF JULY GAME
AT RED CLOUD
The Guide Rock team which has secured several
fast players from Kansas where they grow players,
will cross bats with the local team here that day.
Children 12 to 16, 25c.
"Way Down Eabt" tho excellent
picture put on by Mr. Linn, manager
of tho audltoiluiu the lust three days
of last week was attended by large
crowds each night, and tho music
l furnished by the orchestra Messrs. M.
A. Mercer, and Miss Vurna Trlno was
ihlghly appreciated, aud muny com
ments were heard on each member,
cct and Miss Trlnes playing who presided
I at (he piano,
Geo. W, Hutchison
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