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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1923)
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AS TOLD TO US
Frank Musil of Hladon was In the
Frank Hughes of Superior was in
the city Sunday.
N. M. Hayes arrived from Chicago,
. J. V.S Linn., was up from Superior
the Inst of the week.
Rummage Sale October -1, 5 and at
the Peterson building.
Frank Star's, horse I'ntrlcinn won
llrst in the trotting races at lSentrlco.
Tom Swartz of Kansas Cily 1ms been
lieio for the past few days attending
to business matters.
. The Masonic lodge members and
their families arc holding u plcute at
the golf grounds today.
N. P. Phillips of Franklin
Sunday here with his wife.
Lee Walker and Mr. Bailey were
in Nelson Saturday afternoon
Rev. Kshelnmn was a paeiigcr to
Ayr Monday morning on train 4.
Mrs. Mary Polnicky wr. a pasen
ger to Hastings Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Minnie Throckmorton wont to
Hastings Wednesday morning on train
The commercial department has
begun the year's work with an enroll
ment of eighty, and the students are
showing an inteiost in their work
which is very commendable.
Business spelling has uoen added to
the course this year and special drill
is being given on the relation of cor
rect pronunciation of words and cor
rect spelling. Also considerable em
phasis is placed on meanings of words
similiar pronunciation and therefore
commonly confused. Students are re
quired to keep lists of words common
ly misspelled or mispronouncqd, and
oral contests are given each week for
drill in correct pronunciation and
spelling of common words.
The clnss in business, arithmetic is
reviewing the fundamentals In prep
aration for advanced work, special
emphasis being placed on accuracy.
Each week a contest drill Is given in
rapid .addition as inaccuracy seems to
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Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hansen and bc the chief ninurance to good woik
daughter. Ruby, are visiting thc-r in tins subject.
Cecil Barrett of Superior spent
Sunday here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. IBnrrett.
Mrs. Wilson and son, Don, have
moved into the Mrs. Julia Warren re
sidence which she recently purchased.
Alvin Saladcn returned to his home
in Alma, Monday morning on train 15
after a short visit here with friends.
Special Sale of School Dresses
To Clean-up on Gingham Dresses
will close them out at the following
Age 2-4-6 choice of any in the store
Age 8 choice
Age 10 choice
Age 12 choice
Age 14, choice
daughter and sister
in Colorado this
Rev D. Fitzgerald wa. v. passenger
to Grafton Tuesday morning on train
Jlr. and Mrs. J. W. Hauclc teturn
od from Coffcyville, Khnsa3 lant evening.
Wm. Dolhney wont
Wednesday morning on
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mudn and Mrs. T.
W. White wont to Hastings Wedno -day
morning, via auto, tu lake in the
J. W. Ciowell and Freeman Erick-
son arrived Wednesday evening from
St. Joe with a l&ul of cattle to fatten
Al Slaby states that if the party who
stole his thorough-hied chickens will
return the same he wili give them
W'rry Gilhani went to Denser,
Colorado, ThtustKiy to work at that
A largo number of our citizens at
tended the circus at Hastings Wednesday.
Mrs. Walter Warren was a passen
ger to Lincoln Saturday morning on
'Mr .and Mrs. Clarence Kizer were
passengers to Hastings Wednesday on
R. E. French was down from Mc
Cook Thudsday looking after railroad
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gibson, who re
side south of Franklin, v.cro In the
We ate now prepared to kivo reason
able terms on both Now iiud lTd Cars
payable monthly or In u lump amn,
Beginning typewriting c1aes find
the Victroln a welcome addition to the
equipment of the typewriting room.
Writing to music make tlie drills
more interesting, also is very helpful
in learning cornet touch nrd develop
ing a sense of ry'hm whtr'i I . c'-or.-t'al
to -speed in typing. Kuril student
keeps an individual chart showing his
progress .Accuracy first, speed sec
ond, is the motto of each member of
The commercial lnw class is making
a detailed smity oi roiuinci; r.im i
becoming quite familiar with the
essentials .of valid contracts. Each
week members of the c'iav bring in
example. of business m every day
life for discussion as to their valid
ity, in order that they may cP the
application of their (l't
IN HOSE WE HAVE EVERTHING
in size's from 4 to the largest out size in Cotton or Silk from
Come in and look the line over. I know I can save you money on your hose.
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Chas.' Tivutman left for Zeel r.d,
South Dakota, Saturday evening on
train 17, ho being called by the death
of h's mother.
Mr. a. d Mi-. Elmer Mitcimil a
lived heie Monday nioniMg on tram
l(i from their homo in Akron, Cole
rado to make a short visit at the
home of Mr. and Mr.--. Haiick.
The Showing of New
Mrs. ,1. W. 11 auric and her motln-r.
Mrs. Adr.ms left for newer, Colura-
Tuesday monilng, via m:.o, wheio
tlc' will make arrangement- for :
hook) ! ' "JS0 DCfr0 nov'r'ff tneu' hour .'hi
John Schnell returned homo Friday
from Colorado where he has been
spending the past week attending to
CV:sh Scrivner and John Laubcr re
turned home Saturday evening from
Hastings where they had been doing
some carpenter work.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Crow returned
to Republican City Monay morning
after spending the pa-r row days
aero with relatives.
Mis.i Edna Henderson v."s a pas
senger to Omaha Saturday moining
on train 4.
Harry Yost andWill Hines drove to
Guide Rock Sunday afternoon to
spend a few hours.
W. A. Romjue arrived from Wichita
Kansas, last week with five cars of
cattle to feed this fall.
Eugene Bush came in from Trenton
to replace operator Stuesser, who
,. goes to' St. Francis, Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pope and daugh
tor, Pauline spent Sunday hero sit
ing with friends, loturn-ag to their
home in Hastings that evening.
knowledge to actual bu.T?
The XoiTial Tra'r.ev p.t i'i3 vc- j
cipient of the rews thrt much of the
practice teaching is to be do ie the j
last twlevo week; of t:.e semester.
This means that much or the plan
writing and ob-oning nv.st, bo done
the fir.'t si-: weeks. Incidentally this
accounts for the weekly procession
from the Sepior II. S. to the Grade
building, the Normal Trainers are
observing. The students arc beginn
ing to see that teaching Is just a little
more than a check at the ond of four
The Smith-Hughes instructor visit
ed a number of farmers the past
week and they all seem to be well
pleased with the plan of the agricul
ture work. They all expressed their
opinion -, as fooling that the new course 'j, jjjt ;
was the one tnat tno larmcr noy iris
W-'-cdith Butler, 1 o vns '
'e mah for a whole aln m ".L ,"1
: ' Hastings, has resigned Id n '
pnd will movo to Wnuneta wneio h"
v 11 nave charge, of Ed. Koor.'s mem
Fiiday, Wm. Piel, who -s m-.kini. j
the race circuit with Lee 'Valker's j
tiotting horse, was thrown from the,
cart and considcfliblc in.Mred by the)
oxercheck breaking in the races at
d O'coats 4lT' !'
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is Wonderful f - '
Ever M I
Cloth Craft '
Mrs. 'Clips. McKcighan went io
Omaha Saturday morning Tor a cou Me
of weeks visit at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. J. Robertson. Sl was
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Better Valucc Tha
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uiHiS mvu jVMAjJtik&a
$88.SO $20.00 $22.50 $25.00
$27.50 $30.00 $32.50
$35.00 top to $45.00
New Fall Hats Caps, Shoes and Furnishings
Two cars of hogs were shipped
from here to the Kansas City market
Sunday morning and on car of hogs
and one car of cattle for St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Py!c of Falls
City are here for a few 'days visit with
her mother, Mrs. Hatfield and at the
home of her brother, Bert Hatfield.
B. C. Burden, Plant Chief of the
Independent Telephone Co., is busy
lepairing the lines in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hoxsoy came in
on 17 Thursday after a ten day visit
at St. Joe and other eastern points.
The Ladies' Episcopal Guild will
, hold their Rummage Sale in the
.. Petersen tuiKdng.JQctober 4, 5 and 6.
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Thenatliipf the S
oldersbfthV1" PanS8' Indepen
Mrs. Roy Oatman and son Billy
were passengers to Hastings Wednes
day morning, they goinp up to at
tend the Ringling Bros, circus show
Smith Bros, and Oonley were in
GuidjjRJQk Tuesday and helped New
house and Pharos unload a car of
Fords, three of which the rormcr
firm Wrought to this city.
ifii Telephone Company will convene at
4&r thoovtBottMrSfcturday afternoon
W) at n'nlonU. October 13. 1023. for the
iStran.aotion of any bafTJMfearhich nrtjf;
ml lawfully be brought beffire it. V
Dated September 24, 1823.
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Mrs. N. B. Bush went to Denver,
Colorado Tuesday morning on num
ber .15 where she will meet her mother
Mrs. Burgess who is coming, from
Long Beach, California ror a few
weeks visit here and with her daught
er in McCook.
been needingfqr a long time. Many
country boys are much interested in
farming and unless this Interest is
kept alert our future i armors may
number less and less from generation.
At the present time the clnss is
taking out the cast end of the shop
and puting in a nine foot door. A
large door is needed in order that
large pieces, such as hayracks, may
be taken in and out 3f the shop. The
class recently visited KeHogg's farm
where they studied and Judged Duroc
The sixth grade won the ring con
test by receiving the greatest num
ber of votes at the lecture held at the
M. E. church Friday night. You will
see it floating from the Grade build
ing flag pole every holiday this com
In the tests given the Kindergarten
class Friday in the Bolenms reading,
all but ten passed with a mark of
The fotball game with Guide Rock
has been changed to October 12th in
order that the game may &e during the
,. Mr.and Mvs. R. E. Shir-man ream
ed home Friday from v iisonviiic
whore they have beer, visiting with
relatives. Her sister, Mrs. RaiN
hack returned with them ror a few
days visit here.
Trade With the Old Reliable
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
25 YEARS OF GOOD SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE-OP --"
RED CLOUD AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY
Fred Nelson arrived hero Tuesday
morning on train 1G from Akron, Colo
rado, where he is working for the
Burlington, to spend a few days with
his family. He intends moving his
family there in the near future.
Mrs. Lemonde Durand left for Cas
par, Wyoming Tuesday morning after
spending the pnst month here with
her brother, Rev. B. S. Daugherty
and family. She with tier husband
will make their future home in Caspar.
The street commissioner has been
busy lately grading rscveral streets
and aveoaes in this city. Let the good
work continue .
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WANTED: Man to sell Rawlelgh
Quality Producu direct to coosamers
la Wbter County. Pleasant, perma
neat; pJPUble business.; Little pi(
'talnerfded. Make practicallyery
family a steady satlsfled Customer.
"Wdrkersinake large steady income.
Qlreace. occupation, refereuoes. W.
. Jtawleigh Co., Dept. 2907 Freep6rtf
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i WE HAVE WEIR CITY
H. McKimmcy, who has
been in the Hastings sanitarium for" J
the past month receiving medical
treatment, returned home Saturday
14 .nfH tVllinVl
evening, ncr condition uchik '""
better than at any time for many
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i The Malone-Gellatly Co.
B tear sighted
nessbotti near arLd. far
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Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Shuck and child
ren of Alamosa, Colorado have been
here for the past few days visiting hiR
father, Sam Shuck. They went to
SuDerior Sunday morning on train 16
to Rpcnd a couple of day with friends
before returning to their home in
FAIRY FOOT REMEDIES
J. C. MITCHELL
Jeweler and Optometrist
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
P Mrs. Oscar Henry, wife of the new
Burlington roundhouse foreman, bpent
atuVday here with her husband re
turning to Denver,1 Colorado, tha
evening on No 17,., where she will
mnVV Jmmplintp arrangements fori
nj9vlng their household goods to this
city. They have brought the J. W.
Haiick property. , ,
Miss Eva Beok. aged 22 years, daugh
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Beck of this city,
passed away Saturday at Danbury. Be
sides her parents she is' survived by
three brothers, Ollbort, Hnssell, ana
Rollfy and bto sister, Miss. Alta, of
this c!ty. Foneral sorvloea ,wcre held
Siifulnr Hftemoon at Danbury nftcr
whlnh Intfrntent was mndo In the1
Bunion Pit Ajc ' ' Com PHttbra
H . it . WJUbkiivAVX tli.'wV-'fcfcl ... . .
Largeot American River.
The large'st river iinder the Amer
ican flag Is the Yukon, in Alaska. It
Is navigable for moi-e than 2,000 miles.
Soft Corn Romotty
Foot Powder CrtcTcciTTd Ri
We Sell and Guarantee all of th'ese,Rmeclic8.
rry ana o conywcip,
CHAS. L. COTf INCS'"
Is Tlie Place!
To Buy Wall Paper. Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Gee. W. Hutchison
Real EstatQ .-. Farm Loans
and Insurance ,
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