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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1923)
BED CLOUD. NEBRA8KA. CHIEF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, NobrnsltOL
"JULLSHED BVEKY THURSDAY
ROBES and BLANKETS
I now have a nice assortment of ROBES and
BLANKETS Better get yours before they are
all picked over.
Got my prices on anything In the Harness Lino
LEE R. WALKER
ntered In the I'ostcullre nt Hcd ( loud, Neb
a Second Class Matter)
WE CARRY IN STOCK AT ALL TIMES
THE FOLLOWING COAL
ROCK SPRINGS LUMP
PHONE US FOR PRICES BEFORE BUYING. WE SELL
FOR CASH, THATS WHY WE CAN SELL CHEAPER
A. 13. McAIlTHUK, Editor and Owner
Foreign, per column inch I5c
Loctil. 12& 15
1'WKM Hl'KKAU NOTES
Kodak as you go
All roads lead to
pictures lead to our Kodak counter.
Finishing service that pleases, and
Kodak Film in any size. are
slutographic Kodaks $6.50 up,
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
lit I'." s
More for Your Money
You get more for your money when you buy a Copper
Clad. You get a range Lined With Pure Sheet Copper a
range that will serve you long and well. You get a beauti
ful range one easy to keep clean.
Come in sec the Copper Clad. Made in Four Finishes:
Gun Metal Blue white, Blue or Gray Porcelain Enamel.
When you need a new heater see the ILLINOY.
Like all other merchandise we carry in stock, it is
sold under guarantee. All sizes carried in stock.
WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN STAMPS
GEO. W. TRINE
uJWvip. vm mm fiwnM-i&m ayohheL
(Hy County Agent, H. II. Fnusch)
Fruit and vegetable budget work
finished this week. The Notary
Women's Club met at the home or
Mrs. Geo. Ohmstcde, the Happy Hour
and Clovcrleaf Clubs met at the home
of Mrs. Henry Juhn, the llladen
Women's Club at the home of Mrs.
Wcgman and the Red Cloud Com
munity Club at the home of Mrs.
Everett Coon, and the Five Star at
the home of Mrs. Frank Krai. "Com
parison of Menus" was the subject
at these meetings by Miss Florance
Atwood, food and nutrition specialist
This work was started by Miss
Atwood in four rural schools. The
work is put on by Women's CIuSs
of the community. The children are
measured and weighed. Each child
is given a card to correspond to
weight. White card for normal weight
blue card for less than 7 under
weight and red card for 7 or more
In rax weeks or the second meet
ing the children will Be re-weighed
and all who mnke gains will be given
1 silver star, at the third meeting a
gold star will be given to all child
lcn up to weight. This work was
started in the following schools:
Notary Club. Miss Ruth Atklndi.
toucher, and 18 pupils 8 ioeeive!
white car, 2 blue cards and 8 led.
Mctrict 08, work sponsored by Clover
leaf Club. Irwin llartman, teacher,
1G pupils. 2 received white cards,
7 blue cards and 7 red cards.
Dstrict J)8, work sponsored by Five
Star Club. Reka Stecn teacher, 1C
puiplii. 5 received white cards, 8
blue cards and 3 red cards.
District 58, work sponsored by Red
Cloud Community Club. Marcclla
Stockman, teacher, 12 pupils,' 6
received white cards, ! blue cards
and 2 red ciirds.
AMERICA HAS NOT FAILED
Immigrants who come to America
are often disappointed in finding that
conditions are not just as they ex
pected. Perhaps the golden stream'
is not poured put quickly and copious
ly enough'; p'crlmps the restrictions
which the" policeman and the sanitary
inspector place upon them don't
meet their ideas of American freedom;
perhaps the food they must eat and
the liquids they must drink aie not
those of the land from which they
came. It is only natuial that such
things should caue a feeling of ils
In one respect, however, no im
migrant has ever been dis.sapointcd,
and that is in the provisions which
America makes for the education .t'
!.'- ihildicn. Tile Polish Jew who
wi taught in seciecy, if at .'II, and i
ir fear of impiisnnmcnt, finds icrc-
, . 1
that education is as irce as tiio :in-
litiht. The German who was ic-tiii-c
' to a few studies supposed to l
-litod to lis htatiou .mi wa n'
1 ermittcd to pur-.no the higher emmc
finds in America that his children mav
attend any school for wiiirh they aic
prcpaicd and that they sit 'do by
side with the sons of the wealthy and
cultuied The Englishman who was
barred from the privileges of spoow!-
ary education by the fees charged or
by failure to piocure n scholarship
finds that high chools, housed siipei li
ly, are open to all without price and
without formality sv.ve that which is
necessary to insure academic teadi
In no other country on earth i.s
education suitable to the ml.anrement
of the pupil offeied without distinc
tion of class and without cost to -all
who apply. Americans know no
other way for their schools have been
so conducted from the beginning; but
when Europeans come to us th
quickly observe and generally a;
preci to the udv:i aynn which Un,v
enjoy for the first time. It often
happens that the schools are the de
ciding factor in determining desir
able immigrants to renin1 a when
they might otherwise be persuaded to
'return to the homes of their child
The American system of public cd-
jiicntnu is the crowning glory of the
.0 1 s,steni which has developed
on this continent. Every paluctic
American regards it with pride and
maintains it with devotion.
BEGINNING THURSDAY NOV. 1 AND ENDING NOV. 10
A time when we are giving you prices that cannot be duplicated anywhere
by anyone. A reduction in prices on almost everything in this great store
Prices have been lowered to a great extent on ready-to-wear for men, wom
en and children. On the threshold of a bitter season, lay in your supply
here where you can save many a dollar on your clothing budget on for the
A Great Saving on Foot Wear for the Whole Family
A complete shoe department on the
left balcony at your service for prompt
ness, correct fitting and courtesy.
Friends, this department is now under
new management and, to be frank with
you, this new manager is going to get
rid of a large per cent of his stock dur
ing this festival by cutting prices. He is
not clipping them but CUTTING them.
This is all high grade merchandise and
will be placed at figures that mean a
great sacrifice to us. Now while we
make you these offers hereunder out
lined, we trust you will benefit from
them by laying in your supply of winter
shoes during this great event.
These are placed in lots to coveni
ence you in selecting.
The third lot consists of Ox
fords, straps and sandals for women
and girls. There is a wide variety
of styles and leathers. Festival price
The first lot includes pumps,
oxfords and high shoes for wo
men, selling at the ridiculous
Lot two consists of oxfords and
straps for women and girls.
These have Cuban and low heels,
of calf suede, leather and "com
bination colors. Festival price
The fourth lot of childrens'
misses' shoes in black
brown. Festival price
Famous Arnold Glove Grip Shoe
for men in a wide selection of
new styles. Black and browns.
All at one Festival price
An Exceptional Soap Special
Begins Monday, November Sth
And Continues while our stock of 1SOO Pails lasts
By a special arrangement with the manufacturer, we are able to offer to
our friends and customers what we consider the most liberal soap offer that
we have ever made.
18 Bars of P. & G. White N apt ha Soap
1 Bar of Ivory Soap medium size)
7 Box of Ivory Soap Flakes
I lO-quart Heavy Galvanized Pail
One Price to
We Give S. ft 11. Green Trading Stamps
PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS
h4W kk. vU
This Thurs.diiy, Nov. 1st, at boven
thirty in the evening we will have
Evening I'rnyer nnd Sermon, celobrat
ing ALL SAINTS' DAY. Your prcs
encewill bo very much appreciated at
this special seirico.
Next Snndny Nov I'll wo will cele
brate the Holy Communion at the
hour for Morning Prnyur eleven o'clock.
Rev. J. M. ItiitfH will bo the celebrant.
At Evening Prayer at seven thirty
o'clock Rov. Diiiighcrty will have the
third of tho sink's of addresses on the
hymns of the Church. You will find a
cordial welcome to all of our services.
The Church School at ten o'clock
every Sunday morning.
Morning Prayer ut eleven o'clock
every Sunday morning.
Evening Prayer at seven thirty
o'clock every Sunday Evening.
Ki'v. Hnsll S Daiigherty..
The Degree of Honor lodge met in
regular session last evening, with a
goodly attendance. After the re
gular routine of business Mrs. L.
V. Watkins sang a very pleasing
solo, Miss Ilah Pnrrett, hcing her
. Webster County Bank
W7E WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
VV int's department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift inH c,,,:
something that has been neglected. SVm 1S
. We kindly invite you to take advantage of this nv
ings idea and make this your banking home Nv ith vour
savings-no matter how small, you are alwas wScolnc
ii. n; ?A""?"I ?"Q we are lor bth. Bank
mu uiiu j.u luil UUUIY UII UO,
We welcome everv child in thn mu.. . i. ..
n rnstomnr nf ,; ,J ,! "" """""' l" oecome
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Tmiiiiiniiiiiw A a
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accompanist. Miss Grace Hunting
ton, ir. her usual elevdr way, gave
two readings, after which the mem
Ikjis woie served u dainty lunch by
the serving committee. Commercial
"Titian Home Monument.
Tie honi at I'icvc ill Ciuiore In
which the gn.t plntr Titian waa
Jifirn has heon proflnlined a nntloiml
iih.; wwiit ,v ,l(. Kvprnin,.,it ,us
hi'i'i) the Mrtlipliicc ,f . poet and
dramatist Count Vittorlo Alllurl at Astl.
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