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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
AS TOLD TO
na iulu iu uo &
But aii'l drink
.Mrs. H. S. Foe
spent Friday in
Miss Tillio Cook spent Monday In
Chas. Phnres of Guide Rock was in
the city Friday.
Al Holdrege of Riverton was In the
city Wednesday. . it
Dr. R. S. Martin has purchased a
new Dodge roadster.
V. A. Hunt was a passenger
Hastings Wednesday morning,
Clu. Huffcr returned homo Fri
day from Herrick, South Dakota.
Mrs. Robt. Breakey and baby went
to Grand Island Saturday morning.
Lutheran services every first and
third Sunday in the month at 11 a. m.
John Yost and Will Robertson re
turned home Friday morning from
St. Joe. , , ,
Mrs. Lacreca Courtland of Omaha is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lip-pincott.
Frank Peterson went to Fairbury
Tuesday morning to attend to some
Lynn Bush went to Hastings Mon
day morning where he will enter the
Hobert Blackledge went to Lin
coln Sunday to attend the state Uni
versity this year.
Buy Bread at Powell and Popes'.
1 M-t Moanlford ie turned to Oiv
aha lui-duy morning to resume hu;
sKtudie at the Omaha Medical College.
George Harris Is drivlug it new Ford
Miss Thelma Mcllridc went to
Hustings Monday morning where .she
will attend the Hastings College this
, Tln Degri'i of Honor will moot next
Tuesday evening nt 8 o'clock in tho 1,
I o. () V hall Mid nil tho numbers are
ttrwd to bo pi,-9"iit
A very large number of tho base
ball fans from this city attended the
ball game nt Blue Hill Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hutchison re
turned home Saturday nftcr spend
ing tho past two months on the Pacific
Mr. and Mrs, Ernest
ami baby spent Sunday
brother Paul' and family
Mr. and Mrs. Torn Kralick depart
ed Tuesday via auto for Omaha wheic
they will spend a few days with relatives.
C. C. McConkey went to Grand Is
land Monday morning when he will
spend a few weeks at the Old Soldiers
George Amack returned homo Sat
urday morning after spending a fc.v
days with his son, Lester, at Scldcn,
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Sherman of
Hastings spent Sunday in the city
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. L.
E. W. Anderson returned home tho
last of the week from Ansclmo where
he had been visiting his son, Rcny
COLORADO LAX!)-Fifteen choice
section) east of Cheyenne Wells, a
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C. 10. Mltchom, Harvard, Illinois.
Morton Smith, foreman for the
Allied Construction Co., who is build
ing bridges in Custer county spent
Sunday in the city with hTs wife nnd
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Trine nof
companicd their daughter, Miss
Vcma, to Lincoln Tuesday where she
will resume her studies nt the state
Mrs. Paul Ncwhousc and baby re
turned to their home at Guide Rock
Tuesday morning after a short .visit
here with her mother, Mrs. Herb Lud
low an3 famijy.
Mr. Walton, of the firm of Walton
& Walton, was in tho city Monday and
purchased one of Grant Christy's
residences nnd also the residence oc
cupied by Wm. Cloud.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Albright auto
cd to Lincoln Saturday morning for
a few days visit. Their daughter
Helen accompanied them she intend
ing to enter the state univesity.
Tho Guide Rock boosters and their
band was in the city Friday and play
ed a few selections. They were out
advertising a Harvest Homo Festival
to be held at that place this week.
Notice is hereby ptvon tint the'
Mayor and City Council of the City tr
Roil Cloud. Nebraska, did on tins (itlij
day oj September, 1P2I. adopt a n.so I
lulliin diicctliiff tho City Cluik to pub.'
1Kb tho following notice:
There aro delinquent paving bonds
and coupons of tho following paving
districts of said City7 outstanding ns
Paving District No. 2. Amount of
bonds S500.OO. Ordered issued on the
lbt day of June 1020.
Paving District No. 3. Amount of
bonds 13000.00. Coupons 83,000.00.
Ordered issued on the 11th day of Juno
Paving District No. 1. Amount of
bonds 32,000.00. Coupons 82310.00 Or
dercd Issued on the llth day or June
All of which bear Interest at the rato
ofsix'lpor cent per an mini, payable
It Is proposed to Issue funding bonds
in exchange therefor to bear no great,
cr interest than six per cout per annum,
Any tax payer may .file objections to
tho issuance) of said funding bonds on
or before tho 23 day of September,
1021 lu tho otllco of tho City Cleric or
C. C. TEEL
(Seal.) City Clerk.
Lew Walters returned home Satur
day evening from Lincoln where ho at
tended the state fair.
Miss Mildred Polnicky went to Lin
coln Tuesday where she will attend
the state university.
William McBride went to Lincoln
Sunday morning where he will attend
the state university.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barkey went to
Grand Island Monday morning where
he will resume his studies In the Col
C. L. Cotting went to Omaha Mon
day morning to attend the Ak-Sar-Ben
and also purchase goods for his
Merlin Boner went to Lincoln Tues
day morning to resume his studies at
the state university.
Cecil dwell went to Lincoln Wed
nesday morning to resume his studies
at the fetatc university.
Mrs. Ed. Anuickjia home fiom St.
Francis, Kanns where she had been
visiting her brother.
The Mis.-es Murinl and Ethel Fish
or went to Concordia, Kansas, Thurs
day to visit their father.
Ford Walker arrived here from Mc
Cook Saturday to go to work as fire
man on the switch engine in tho
Operator T. E. Blake returned to
Red Cloud Monday morning after a
week's vacation spent in Arapnlioc
To Ex-Service Men
Mrs. Pauline Hedge went to Dcs
Moines, Iowa, Tuesday morning after
spending a few days with Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. Clark.
Mr. Chas. Britton and daughter,
Mi.-8 Etta arrived .here Tuesday cv;v
ing to visit their nephew and cousin,
D. G. Britton.
Mrs. Paulino Hedge of Los Angeles,
California is vWting Mr. and Mrs. A.
Clark and other relatives.
Perry Anderson of Ansclmo is vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Anderson and other relatives.
Glen Foe of Lincoln is visiting his
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Foe, and
brother, H. S. Foe and wife.
Mrs. Andrew Hart of Brunswick,
Missouri is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mel
Sherman and other relatives here.
Wm. Maunce of New York City nr
rived hero Thursday for a few days
visit at the home of Wm Lippencott.
Leo McArthuv relumed homo Sat
urday evening from Herrick, South
Dakota where he spent a few days
Mrs. Fred Nelson went to McCook
Sunday evening, she being called
there on account of the death of Mr.
Mrs. J. P. Welch went to Sioux City,
Iowa Wednesday morning after spend
ing the past three weeks at the H. S.
Walter J. Davenport of Mankato,
Kansas, and Cleao B. McArthur of
Bollaire, Kansas, were married by
Judge Ranney last Thursday.
Mrs. J. E. Jarboc returned to her
homo at Lincoln Wednesday morning
after spending the past week hero
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Thomas. Mr. Jarboc remains here
for a few days to attend to some busi
One of the brst ball games that
was over played on the Blue Hill
diamond occurred Sunday afternoon.
Bluo Hill and Campbell wero'playing
off a tie game bu.t this gamo went
fourteen innings and resulted in a
score of 2 to 2. Willcy who was on
tho mound for Campbell, struck out
fifteen players but he didn't have as
good a supportas Combs did for Bluo
S(nfAI'i'nr:i'(lv: ' I'r 'i: CJIrU, I'liiutyniowns
yn oi.t I i i -!- Ji s. n t . , ji ir- ,i
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Mrs. J. W. Auld and children re
turned home Satuday morning from
Boulder, Colorado where they had
been for an outing.
Contractor Grant Christy Is crjjt
ing a front in the Ncwhousc building
which will be occupied by Walton &
Walton as a garage.
Ira Smclser accompanied his wife
to Omaha Thursday evening where
she will receive medical attention In a
hospital at that city.
BWANTED Mun with car to soil low
priced Guaranteed VALLEY TIRES
$125 per week nnd commissions. Valley
Tire Co., St. Joseph, Mich.
D. A. McAlphinc, freight inspect
or tho Burlington, spent several
hours in Red Cloud Thursday attend
ing to company business.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bailey went to
Superior Saturday morning to spend
the week end with their daughter,
Mrs. Harry Waller and family.
Three trains of stock consisting of
one hundred and thirty six cars pass
ed thru hero Sunday cnr,outc to tho
markets at St. Joe and Kansas City.
T, D. Richardson departed Monday
for San Francisco, California, and
other western coast cities whore he
will visit his brother 'for a few weeks.
The act making appropriations to
supply deficiencies in appropriations
for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1921 nnd prior fiscal years and for
other purposes, approved Juno 16,
1921, contains the following provi
sion: "That any person entitled under
the provisions of the Vocational Re
habilitation Act, as amended, to take
vocational training must make ap
plication therefor within eighteen
months, from the date of the approval
of this act."
The above givcs all men who are
disabled or believe themselves dis
abled to a cause of the World War,
up to and including December 1C,
1922 in which to make application for
vocational training, applications can
not be considered after that date.
The application for vocational
training of any disabled cx-crvice
pcr.-oii, either male or female will bo
intcrpietcd to mean any written ap
plication from such person, expiosh-'
ing u denre lor vocational training
undei the provl- ion of the Vocational
Rehabilitation Act, or the receipt of
the Federal Rouul form, which arc in
ue or have been in use to record the
facts concerning any applicant wheth
er v-ch forms have been filled "ort by
tho applicant himself und returned to
the Board 'whether .such forms b no
been filled out by a reprc. cntatic of
the Board wli'lc interviewing the ap
plita.ant. If any Mich application-
from disabled cx-servico per.-on aro
received on or subsequent to Decem
ber 1G, 1922 they will be considered
on their merits without regard to the
time limitation referred to herein, if
such applications bear a post mark
showing clearly that they were mail
ed prior to December 1G, 1922 or
other acceptable evidence is present
ed showing conclusively that such ap
nlications were mailed prior to De
cember 10, 1922. These applications
can be addressed to the Local Office
in Kearney or the District Office in
St. Louis, Missouri, Federal Board.
In the ninth district alone there are
about G000 men in training, with the
various colleges, Universities, shops
and many concerns, to this can be add
ed 415 that have already completed
their training successfully, with a
wage increase of about two hundred
percent, over thefr pre-war occupa
tion. There arc many in the state of
Nebraska, who at the present .time
cannot, successfully enter training,
and who arc in such physical life's vo
cation. The' Federal Board is not u Depart
ment of the Army or the Navy and
is not conducted along lines of mili
tary discipline; it teaches men to
hold successfully a job or position ac
cording to their physical condition.
Tho only rules applied are those which
a man will encounter in the business
The state of Nebraska is ready to
furnish a good living to any man out
side of farming, many of these jobs
and positions are ones to be desired
by disabled men. It must be remem
bered that most of the men in charge
of this training in the field for the
Federal Board are cx-servico men
themselves who successfully passed
the examination required by tho Gov
ernment for this work.
You do not have to sign any papers
making a special contract such as an
enlistment in the nrmy, simply make
your application for vocational train
ing and compensation for disability
received in tho service. If tho evi
dence submitted is sufficient to grant
vocational training all there is to do
is to enter training.
A lotfor addressed to the Federal
Board, Post Office Bldg., Kearney,
Nebraska, will receive a prompt re
ply. Now, buddy, don't mark time
but make it lively and "get your name
in tho pot," Romombor tho limit is
December 1G, 1922.
County School Notes
(By County Superintendent)
Last year out of 81 schools, twonty
one roported to the Dcp't of Public
Wolforo the results of the physical ex
amination given by the teachers and
required by law. This yenr the Depart
ment ventures to hopo thoy will re
ceive reports from 100 percent. The
examination should be given the first
Anyone wishing to glvo the "Health
Crusade Work" in connection with tho
other school work can get tho mater
ial by sending in to tho court house
for the same. It would be some trouble
to the teachers but it is a good thing
to have children enlisted in fighting
for a good clean wholesome body. Es
pecially should they be taught the im
poitance of keeping their teeth in good
We are thinking of
This week and have made bid preparation for his new
Plenty of new Kaynee Waists and Shirts
91.0Q to $1.5Q
All priced to your satisfaction
"IRON CLAD" Stockings now 50c
The best boys' slocking in America. Heavy and medium
weight, black or brown.
See us for your boys' school needs.
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
At New Low Prices
Anyono wishing education in voca
tional subjects because of having re
ceivod sotno injury th'U. has made it
impossible to carry on their usual oc
cupation should gut in communication
with State Diiector of Vocational
K location C. A. Fulincr whoso address
U201 University Temple, Lincoln, Nebraska.
It is time you had that new clock!
You have "coal oiled" the old one until
it is no good and will not keep time.
The New Low Prices Will Interest You
A GOOD $12.00 CLOCK AT
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Thru sonic oversight of the State- IX'
ptrtment helpers the examination
gra le of Glen ISlmich was reported
wrong ami was not corrected until lr
was. too lull for liini to get the school
lu had expected to (,'et
Lutheran Church Notes
O. II. Hi imtz. Pastor
Nest .Sunday we will celebrate our
annual mission fcitivitl on the llu'si
bust mound, five tnilus east and one
mile houlli of lied Cloud. Thy local
pastor will speak in the toreuoon at 11
o'clock and Rev. H. 'V. Itobbcrt. of
Campbell will speak in the afternoon
at '2:110. Refreshments may be had on
tho grounds, llnskot dinner. The
publio is cordially invited.
MADE and REPAIREDAIso Upholstering
Any thimf in the lop line First clnsi workmanship
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Tho Cut-Across pest thinks your
Ynrd 13 a Public thorouglifnro nnd tho
Grass Is just Placed thcro to make
Soft Walking, only nftor ho Cuts
Across for n Whllo nnd gets Othera
to do the Same, tho Grnss disappears
nnd you htivo n Nlco Path through tho
I am ready as nlwnya. to make any
and nil farm loans at tho lowest rate
and bct option. Absolutely no wait
lug and no expense for Inspection.
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