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VOLUME 51 RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER 22. 1U23 . NUMBER 47
:plLligpS Hastings Radio Station isHugc school notes LGBye ""
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HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
SUIT or 'COAT
$ 27. SO to $45
YOU'LL GET GOOD
STYLE and COMFORT
YOU GET THE
THAT COMES FROM LONG WEAR
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
- OF- MERCHANDISE WTHE 'LOWEST 'POSSIBLE 'PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Go.
Hast inns Neb., .Nov. Jo.-KFKXoni lnc omith Hughes class huve c
of tin- largest relay taiiio Ntations in cn a SJ variety of animal hush
tho United Htiifi's. recently put: (u op. "' projects to be curred on in
; emtio!. Ht Hastings ly tlt UVstln? tton with their work. S
:Iioiimh Elrtitricul (unpntiy. I n bt- the hoys have cho.cn the raising
8iiecue. It wh" ntitiiiitiKv t niliy hogs, some have dairy cattle, some
oultry production, some the feeding
steers and one has the feeding of
siblc, viv. built prliiiHti'y to iluy mi"., bab beef.
jshkcs ir.ui(luHt.t by the UVstiimhoiiM- Most of the boys have their projects
. station in PittstmrKh It cmi be opi-r- .elected and a few have theirs begun.
ntLHl on a JO.IW to no.OOU kllnwut basis L st Saturday tlic -nstructor culled
but bo far Iih b-Hii inn mi n one nM..t.ni. rn. ...... nr n... u.n.in.i.'., ....
'itvuvii ityi wiiv v. niv ovvuiii". ,i jiiu- .
.lulu i imuiiy. . ,Vpt T,osl! ,m)ject!, co,,ti:U,c through
Mosbuc-fs lelwd by the ll.iii. ,. KlllnMlpl. ..... Kni.i. st,i,lpnt. !
st (I ion liHVc iH'fli la-a ill In .lapiill, It
I Tho s'Htlor. lncitleii u ueur tbeGec. po
i 'grHpbicul centT of the unuinry hs pos. of
f It 1 1
1 Co. I
I. T. AMACK
E. V. STEINER
was iald. Snt Journal
This is the last issue of The
Red Cloud Chief as Mr. W. D.
Edson of the Argus has bought
our entire plant. He will take
the equipment tomorrow and
also add our subscription, list to
his which will give the Argus
the largest subscription list in'
The Chief has had a long and
honorable existence and we are
loath to see its career come to
I wish to thank my loyal
Mrs. Cynthia Ann Fulton
(Jyulhln Ann hcott vn, burn In Hut-U-i
t'ountt, 1'i'nn , .Sept. IS. ll!l died
a: Inavule .NVbr , Nov. II, l!)2:i, ued
Sl).veKi",l month ninl titJ day-.
She was man led to M. 0. liltoti,
July 111; 1SG0 at HI City. IVun. They
came to XebiasUa in ISTil, IneatiiiK ou
a homehtertd south of luuvale. They
is icquircd to take caie of Ids pioject
tiniln. tin. mkI I'ttM ..!' ciinntMQiill
v....... .111. .-.. ..l.v. - riiiivi . irniut ft . . ... . x .
Hecently the class wa. shown how to iriencis and tiie people ol Keel
file a saw, then each pupil was re-, Cloud and the county for their
quired to file one for himself. All ' patronage. You have my best'
I. .. . .. .i
tho boys are rcquicd to keep their
tools sliarponed. All tools aie check
ed at tic close of each clas lieriod
to see tlu.t all tools ric pre o it and
in ther proper ,dace.
wishes. I bespeak for Mr. Ed-
son the same support you gave
In the last few years political!
lines are not closely drawn and,
An excrrise in belt lac'ng was ie
ccntly given ami before the class ' parties and candidates can se-
eumred in fiirmlns until l'JOS, when t crLU waa over every one in the class cure space in all papers, as pap
thcy i utired t'roiu the farm und moved knew how to lace a belt. This is a j ers todav are net the nolitical
iuto the villuge of Inavnle,
To them wore born 0 children:
nle Vandoburtf who preceded them In
ISM; Iiert Fulton or North IJend, Ort
Kou; Jessie Henderick of Portland, Ore;
tta Blankenbaker of Inavale, NebV.f
Roy Fulton of Struttou, Uolo.;,. aud
Ueuhth Stoner of Itmvale. Her bus.
baud passed to the llejond five years
Mrs I'u 1 ton whs a member and faith,
ful worker iu the Imtvale Christian
church mid will be missed by a host of
menus aim lelatlve.s
ivory practcal exercise and ore that
Jeu- every farm hoy should know.
Misj Josephine Mizcr is teaching
Music this week, taking the place of
Miss Simmons who was called home
on account of'the illness of her
The Ertgl'sh V class have been
giving their debates in chapel this
week. Some exceptionally good ar
guments were givep. It looks as if
Red Cloud H. S. will have a strong
I. T. AMACK CO.
Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director
Prompt and careful attention given to this kind of work.
"Service" our motto. UP-TO-DATE AUTO HEARSE
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD. NEB
v si rvlco
T" li "
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 120x
The services weie conducted from team tf they enter the District con-
the Chilstian church iu Inavale by .tests. The purpose of these debates
Rev.O. O Nelson of Keii Cloud (lu the l8 to ,r;ve the class practlce in talk
abteticHof their pastor Rev bailey) I. , ,, ' ....
The tn.xt used: "We all do fade as a ,U? before an audience. At the prcs
leaf." The interment was made iu the 'ent time emphasis is being placed on
Walnut Uieek Cemetery ; oral English. The ability to stand
before an audience and spenk con
vincingly is a m..ch admired quality,
possessed by few people. The course
in English given at the present time
County Stock Team
Wins First at K. G.
The Webster County stock ' in !VBh cho1 js c"1I'hasi':i"R th"
T . . . ,, ., , , practical and construct ve side of
judging team, rne icurasKa
Champions, won first at thej Rev. Mar'e Wilcox gave nn intcr
American Royal Stock show at csting talk before the J. H. S. and the
Kansas City Monday, according s- s- Wednesday morning.
f o 4r.l,..o ...,, nnt,r School will be dismissed Thursday
to a telegram lrom County ..... XT ..i oo .,., 1 on r..
. JT-,, ... , nntl Fridav, November 28 and 2!) lor
Agent Fausch received at the tho Thanksgivng vacation.
partisans that they were even
a few years ago. I am sure
that tho Argus will treat my
political friends fairly.
', ' A. BrMcArthur.
Knr the benefit of my many friends
ye editor wishes to stato that ho has
riHde no plans for the future. No
doubt those who atteud to everyone's
iiffcirs but their own are beginning to
wonder what I am going to do will
stale that it is none of their d affairs
Tun Si'okts ni.oo.Mr.it is a
real "find" in these days of
hort skirts. It reaches just
below the knee and is finished
with a tailored cuff. The
. Sflprts Blooroef.coirjcsJiuthc
smartost street shades and
pink. and white as well.
JUST A KRW WEKKSTILLXMAS
Right licre in Red Cloud, von will find
a gift shop that would look good in the
largest city. Hero you will find glfta
for one third less than you would buy
them elsewhere. Johnson & Graham
Furniture. Co , Red Cloud, Nebr. Wh
SELL THEM FOR LESS
Ask to tee ou other ,
Vanity Fair Silk Underweak
R. P. WEESNER
Mr. and Mrs. Milo McDonald of
Ilighmore, South Dakota, spent Wed
nesday here with her uncle, Dr. U. P.
Hoxscy and family. They are cn
routc to California, traveling via auto
where they w 11 spend the winter.
farm bureau office this morning,
It is understood here that they
competed with from eight to
twelve teams from the Southern :
FARM IU'RE.U' NOTES
(IJy H. R. Fausch County Agent)
The Home Dejmrtme.il of the Wcb-
states. Cecil Means was the high' ster county Farm Bureau held their
individual, with Alfred Sommor-'scco d aniual meeting. Reprcsentat-
f eld second and Earl Portenier tlvcs from fo"rt"en WojnenV Clubs
., i mt . i ,were p'escr.t. Mary-tdlon lhown,
third. This is a signal honor for ho is In tflnl.ge of women's work at
these three Webster county boys, the Extension service was present,
in view of the severe competion She said "Webster county was lead
which they had to meet. in nI1 counties in the state in worn-
Mr. Fausch's telegram was as f lf- Bwn also explain-
y b ,ed the plan of Extension work for
fol,ows: 'next year.
"Nebraska Judging Team wins first., T)l0 (ieiega.tes present after hcar
Means first. Sommerfeld second, For- !nK Miss Brown decided to take up
tenier third. ! Foods and Health work for the next
Henry R. Fausch." year's work There arc eighteen
This team was selected after women's clubs in Webster county that
a contest among the various arc carrying on Extension work. It
boys and girls clubs in the coun- s boped that next year there will be
.. rrit.,. u .. r.,.4- t 4i, many more organized.
ty. They have won first at the . n. r. ... .... (lem.
Nebraska state fair at Lincoln, onstration team, Goldic McConkcy
the Intemational fair at Sioux and DcEtte (Joiner gave their dem-
City. They leave on Thanksgiv- onstratioh.
ins day for the International 0fTlccrs wc,c c,"tc,1 for ,e c"m
,. lit l ni ' ing year. Mrs. 0. Ivcrson of Uladen,
live stock show at Chicago. v;Jdcni. Mrs C1ias. Ailcs of Gar-
They are expected home from ficl(, WiiiinK Workers, v ce presi-
Kansas City tomorrow morning, dent, and Mrs. Laird Potter of-Rcd
Cecil Means is a son of Mr. Cloud Community Club.
and Mrs. L. W. Means who live' Mra- E- Denton f (th,c 1r;!a,1(:n
r,, . i ' 'i. Air t Women's Club wns elected delegate
northwest of this city. Alfred to the omo Economlc, meolInK nt
Sommerfeld is a son of Mr. and i,ncoin in January and Mrs. Clms.
Mrs. E. A. Sommerfeld of Blue Ailcs alternate.
Hill. Earl Portenier is a son of
Ti nnrl ATva .T TT Pni-tnnini. nf NCW USC for Walnut fahelle.
! " - - - - - - - - ,, ' -p. , , ".',.' , , Walnut shells, which hitherto huvo
T 1 L i C Cn:No CCaaA k n... MnT.nt lne hcklc' neiglibornood. bccn rcKarded an waste matter, are
Take abvantage of Bargains ottered by Uur Merchants TueS(1(lys extra 8(UtIon of ArglM now made into ciiarcom.
For The Best of Coel
The Malone-Gellatly Co.
TO FLORIDA, THE GULF WAST, CUBA. GO ONE
WAYRETURN ANOTHER, AND STOP OFF VHE?.E
HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A WONDER
FUL TRIP TO THE CARE-FREE LAND WHERE IT'S
SUMMER-TIME ALL WINTER, AND (TAKING AD
VANTAGE OF THE DIVERSE ROUTES AUTHORIZ
ED) VISIT THE PRINCIPAL CITIES AND HISTORIC
POINTS EN ROUTE. AND ALL AT A CCST QUITE
MODERATE, ESPECIALLY JF YOU DEDUCT THE
COST OF REMANING AT HOME.
MAKE USE OF THE BURLINGTON SERVICE BY
WHICH IS MEANT TRAIN SERVICE AND MY SER
VICEES. I WILL GLADLY QUOTE SPECIFIC FARES
ISSUE THROUGH TICKETS, MAKE PULLMAN RES
ERVATIONS, ADVISE YOU WITH REFERENCE TO
DESIRABLE ROUTES, AND MAKE MYSELF GENER
ALLY AND GENUINELY USEFUL.