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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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AS TOLD TO US
down by js'kst
Grant Tin nor wa-. in way Center
Supt. A. j. Gelwick war- n Guide
Hock Friday afternoon.
W. G. Ilnmilton was In Lincoln
Sunday to spend a coupre of wce'.cs.
G. R. McCraiy was down
Inavale Monday morning.
Jim Etherton of Grand Island spent
Sunday with friends here .
Mr. and Mr.i. Waller Knsscr aie tho
paionts of a baby girl born Sunday.
Kev. Tweedy was a pn.scngcr to
Lincoln Monday morning on train !.
t 1. W. Kdson ws a ps cnger to
Hlue Hill Thuwlay morning on train
Mrs. Harvey llickerson was a pas
senger to H"ct?rt?-! Thursday morn
ing. George Schaaf spent the last of
tho week In Harvard vJ-Jtlng his
Rev. Cope Is moving his household
goods, via auto truck, to Cloy Center
Mv. and Mis. Dick Vlpond hne
moved into the Fox 'rorerv 'n t' c
r.i prrt of tnw".
" a;n! a! I
at Yo.k, I
'I he I 0. 0. F. Cr.d 'o
so the P.ebeknhs will meet
October 16, 17 and 18.
Bort Perry ba reslgiief! ids posi
tion at the power plant and Ucrt
Anderson has taken his place.
Joseph Jclinck and Miss Tillic
Stroble wcro -nited in marriage by
Judge Rannev the first or the week.
E. II. Newhouso went to Hastings
Friday morning on No. 4 to spend the
day attending to business matter.-.
Mrs. L. L. Lnfler of Hastings re
turned home Mondnv morning after
a few days visit here with friends.
Orvillc M. Loekbart e.nd Miss Douis
I). Ttiggins both of P.la'en, applied
for n marriage license September
Fred Clund was a pns-ongcr to Blue
Hill this morning after spending ?.
short time here attending t0 buslners
Mr. and Mrs. Will Dynn went to
Superior Sunday morning on trnin
14 after spending a short time here
Mr and Mrs. Howard Hunt depart-
ed Monday morning via the Ford car
for Bishop, California, where they will
spend the winter.
Federal court will convene In Lin
coln next' Wednesday. Ed Gilbert of
this city and J. F. Morris have been
drawn for the jury.
Mrs. I.cn Ba'lsback returned to
Wiisonvillc Saturday morning on No.
15 after spending the nast few days
here with relatives.
Jess Craig returned to his Home in
Omaha Thursday moring after spend
ing tho past few days hurc attending
to business matters.
Mrs. Guy Zeigler and son, Donald,
of Ashland are visiting her father,
W. L. Weesner and sister, Mrs. B.
I Perry and famil".
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1 I can make farm loans in Webster,
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at positively the lowest rate, best terms
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Under New Management
If you have never known the
satisfaction of having your Laun
dry work done by us, now is a
good time to try it.
Phone us and our wagon will call.
We do Ruff Dry Finish
and Wet Wash
Watt for Smith Itro's. I'oliuul Sa'e to
buy your Uomsntid Ollt, Oct. '23
Vi' liio now piepHrnd to give reason
able terms on both Now and Used Cars
payable monthly or in n lump sum.
Ogle vie Bros
Mrs. M. E. Tillman of Mnnknto,
Kansas, was a parsongor to Lewis
ton, Montana, from the local ticket
office Wednesday morning.
licit Clark of McCbok, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Clark of this city is yard
ma .tcr in the local yards in place of
Mr. Arncll while he is o-.i vacation.
Mrs. J. W. Auld and riuugntcr Mis
Virginia returned home bun-.:ay morn
inng on train 1G from Denver where
they have been spending tnc summer.
.1. II. Hamilton & Son nic claiming
October lGth ns their sale itato. They
have some mighty good T'olnnd China
hogs which they will sell a: tuts -aIe.
Ervin Ailes was a passenger to
Wheeler, Knnsm Wednesday morning
on train 15 where he whl spend a
roi'plo of weeks vislllmr with friend?.
Nuckolls Co. Breeders Assn
bold their fall Bnir niul Hilt sale (nil
UrpfliUl at Nelsnii. Nfbr . on Oct. CO
J011. Watch this paper for add Lnlnr.
John Amen one: Oalre Wolfe
utarted via auto, for fie northern
part of t state Satur'ay evening j
where thev will upend a week hunt
ine- and Thing
Mrs. M-" M.'r all rc'.'irrcl o bev
:-cme In Council .Tlluff.-, Tw-. Pit.iv
iliv rror:ii-. after .-, ctm"''- tV f"1
week here w'th her parc--s, ?.!,-, an'?
Mrs. Frank Amack.
fieorne H".rt, traveling freight rep
resentative for tho Burlington, ppnt
several hours in this city Wednesday
morning atton-'ing to matters :i con
nection with hi work
Mrs. Carl Jernbcrg arrived here
Sunday morning from her home in
Akron, Colorado, to spend a few days
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
P. A. Jernbcrg and with friends.
II. K. Culbertson, mastor mcchnnic
for tho P.urlington at McCook spent
several hours in thi ciiv Thursday
morning attcnd'ng to buines'; mat
ters, froing to lIo.sti.ig3 on Xo. t.
Mr. J W. Ilai'fk arrived '.cre Mon
day morning on No. Ifi to pack their
household goo('s for shipment to Den
ver, Colorado wheic l'e will work
for the Burlington in t!ie ruture.
Mrs Fred Nelson and ch'ldren re
turned home Sunday morning from
Akron, Colorado where they nave been
spending the past few days with Mr.
Nelson who is woiking out of that
Mr. T. M. White, who has been
here for tho past moimh visiting with
her daughter, Mrs. W. I,. Hines and
family went to Blue Hill Sunday for
a few days visit at tho Tom McMann
Mrs Clara E. Smith wa: a passen
!. V V, , 'tlon of Indian pictures and curloi.
o'.orado Saturdin iPIM . . ' , . . A, ..
i- wl ro Oio willi1"0 cunos aro hrought bi' the pumls
V NWlci1;s,lc , 'and each tells tho story of their
ger to Wrav Co!
morning on train
pcnd a couple of days visiting with
friends before going to Denver for
a visit with her sen Ellory and family.
Mr. M. F. MacLaren, superintendent
of tho McCook division spent several
hours in this city Thursday morning
goin on to Norton, Kansas, in the
evening in company with other Bur
lington officials who went to attend
a meeeting put on by the Commercial
nessboth. near and far
is always yours
wrLn vou wear
J. C. MITCHELL
Juwolor and Optomotrlst
RED CLOUD, NERR.
I The Senior 11. gh School atlondanco
( for the first month was $)8rc. There
i were seven eases of tardiness during
.tho month. Tin's 's a good record. Wo
urge parents and pupils to cooperate
in maintaining a high percentage of
attendance, as regular attendance ir
essential for good work.
There are sixty three non-icsident
pupils enrolled in tho Senior High
this year. The tuition received is
$108 per pupil for the year.
Tho High Scho d paper staff aie
planning to publish the first issue of
the Mirror October 25. Vacancies in
tho staff have been filled nnd report
er. appointed. Considerable Interest
is being shown, and plans mado to
make the Mirror of 1923-21 the bc-t
published by pupils of It. C. II. S.
The Science clases this semester are:
physics, agriculture and Mology. Our
school has one of tho best equipped
and furni hed labratorics for a school
of this size and class The practic 1
side with Us relation to life and woil;
outside of school is emphasized. The
work consists of four periods of lab
ratory per week and recitation three
periods. Field trip; are taken who i
ever consi 'crod advanlageou.-.
j Severpl loys o' the pnysici ch
vvmjmado n trip to Amboy to siuily t
hydraulic ram installed tnero. in-y
watched it work, inspected Its part.-,
and were well in .trueted as to 114, v
and value by Mr. Frhblo, tno owner
Tho boys me do n complete report of
their project to the class, iliustratlnr
their iulk with well drawn s:eteiie.
Tho Kindcjarton hs neon elud
ing dome M- j.nimals, their hobi'
rr'es etc. They have built a Mir,"
tine farm yard on tho s-ir-rt table. T
lffuirth V(,-v icr.1 vw r-vc-n TV''
all bat tlve" if'civlng IfO'.
The fir. t.rvade U spending mu
um. uponwumR ..,. !......, . -
doavoring to read naturally and wi h
ouprossion. Thoy hope to be able to
time unon readintr and nnonlcs, rt
expression. Thoy hopo
hnvo tho ?cacon syslom mastered
before long, so .thoy may ta::o up a
new system which is being introduc
ed. In hand work and on the Blind
table the children arc woiklng out
the life of tho Indians, leading up to
the life of tho Pilgrims and harvest
Tho second grade is making book
lets for autumn leaves they hac
gathered and pressed.
Tho third grade has won the half
holiday for tho highest average in
,'cry Friday afternoon of
this school tcr
jnn. rao averages were
1009?, for the first week, -Jl) 1 the
second ami 97 C9o for the third week. I
The fourth grade i ; beginning an j apparent what its aim is The thing
intensive study of the peopic of North must bo unnarent in the s-iort tlmo
America. Wc have begun with tiic.it js before the judges. The numbe,
life and country of the Eskimo. This
will bo followed by the Inaiuns of tho
North country, tho Canadians, the
people of Labrador and Newfound
land, our own peopic and lastly tho
Mexicans nnd peopic of the Sugar
Islands. Wc plan to mnfco booklets
containing pictures and stories about
tneso people. Already four splendid
books on the life of the Eskimo, loan
ed us by Miss Swartz have been read
by tho pupils.
Some of tho devices used by theiencn 1c(1 CImi1 ,)V l-a' ftor
fifth irrado In studvintr tlin Indian .the examination. Algebra, geometry
arc: stereoscopic views, stories, phono-
graph records, Indian games, collec-
The pupils of the sixtn grade have
been making salt and flour maps in
their study of the surface and drain
age of Nebraska. Now they are
making a collection of the various
soils of Nebraska. The history class
made Columbus booklets, containing,
tho story of his voyage
In the flog contest given by the
Anti-Saloon League Friday evening,
September 21st, the seventh grade
pupils were the winners.
The seventh grade are taldng an
unusual amount of interest In their
study of hygiene ns presented by
Gregg's Hygiene by Experiment.
This text seeks to give tho pupil: 1st
tho necessary motivation for the study
of the subject through tho appeal to
his normal interests; 2nd, tuc nccos
sary sense experience by which to
interpret the terms of the book; 3rd
tho necessary stimulus to guarantee
the fixing of the proper health habits.
Friday afternoon the pupils will
dramatize "Tho Story of Contagion."
Mrs, A. R. Garett and children left
for their home in Fnrmington, Now
Mexico Wednesday evening on train
17. She has been here for the past
month visiting with her lister, Mrs.
Miner Sherwood and family.
Mrs. Burgess of Long reach, Cali
fornia, arrived hero Tuesday moaning
on number 1G for a visit with Tier
daughter, Mrs, N. B. Busp..
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(mM A III
By County Superintendent R. l")mk
Touchers' ex'jnlr.nlionu will be gi
en this year on the following date
October 20, 1023.
December 1, 192T
Jan.mr-' 10. 102
.Api-1 12, ij;
5liiy 2'M!' 102
T.ine 27 .,1'.: I
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sfi. 'ihe ti ont .i i "
mintage of t!".e .. "i . r'i
c h fhat h w! votM, ,
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iriT.dcs in late is a irreat ruiu.iv
fccuring a position.
Tho Webster County Agriculiut 1
Ko-icU meets October !) ro VZ, l'.)2
Article 22 schools and article (5
schools arc classed as town rciooiB in
tho catalogue. By a mistake in copy
ing from the State Fair list it ap
pears us though the town srnoo: were
left out. This is mv oversight which
I make haste to rectify. Tiijs h an
opportunity for them to mafcc a nice
little sum of money. The trtea is not
to make a large ehibt b"t to do a
reasonable amount exceedingly well.
'I'll lrtaf ,11ni,lflt, ilf'.i'.miT ill HlO
I r . . 1 ,. , . ,.,.. . . ,
fair is for the narado. IIih shou'.i
i .. . i
carry out some idc;'. r represent
some event or undertaking either of
the present or pa t and it .liould ho
0f the district should be carried In a
prominent nlnco also so Uiat there
will bo no trouble afterwards ao to
where tho premium belong.
Teachers' Examinations will be
given in Red Cloud, Guide Bock and
Blue Bill, and in any oilier place
where they will lie carrion on taie
fully and will bear their own e.v
pcnfcs The state has lccrcc1 that
the papers must bo sent ?ooncr than
in the past so that all panors must
arithmetic, reading, civic agriculture,
l"h composition aie
Bot-ny, mi-sir, grr
geography, theory rnd art mental
arithmetic, physiology, bookkeeping
are nfternoon subjects.
November 18-21 is American Edu
Sunday, November 18: For God
and country "A Godly Nation Cnnrot
Monday, November 10: Constitution
day "Ballots Not Bullets".
Tuesday, Noveihber 20 Pfitriotism
day "America First"
Wednesday, November 21 School
and teacher day "Improve the
"Thursdny, November 22--IlHtcrucy
day "No Illiteracy in 1927." ,
Fiidav, November 23 community
day "An Ee.ual Chance For All
Saturday November 21: Physical
Educational day "A SicK Body
Makes a Sick Mind".
The State teachers program of tho
fifth district of the Nebraska
State Teachers' Association will be
given November 1 and 2 at Iloldrego
A great deal of attention will be given
to improving rural conditions. This
meeting is well worth attending.
Will Hines went to Wymorc Sun
day morning to spend tno day with
his parents, returning homo on No.
17 that evening.
Dr- W Guy Gillette
Auditorium Bldg. .-..
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comfortable, so becoming to all futures.
You will PEEL, as well as LOOK younger in a
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THEY RANGE IN PRICE FROM
The Showing o New
Fall Suits and 0?coat
Belter Valuer Than Ever
Kuppenheimer, Cloth Craft
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$18.50 $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
Trade With the Old Reliable
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25 YEARS Or GOOD SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE OF
RED CLOUD AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY
WE HAVE WEIR CITY
Bring your subscription to us and we
will give you the lowest prices quoted
and save you the expense of sending.
IE you have any special offer bring it
in, and if we cannot duplicate it we
will tell you.
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Is The Place!
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And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for'. Picture
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