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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1921)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER 24. 1921
FOR as liille as $4 we can make
you a dozen phologra hs thai
you will be proud lo give your friends.
That is 33 k Cents each.
What else can you give them at that price that
will give them as much pleasure.
Oilier Styles Priced 'Higher
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SUNDAYS and EVENINGS by appointment until
THE GLEASON STUDIO
Band Concert Dec. 2nd, 8: 1 5 p. m.
IBESSE AUDITORIUM, RED CLOUD
J. E. DETZ, Conductor
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haciplione Son. ((J-its.'t ie I'ollct) '1'. II. Uollin-oti
(A- pl.i"'iHi K I'. X uhiiuse)
I'lie ISltflc M in (l-'ioni tin' Millie. Tim Dweller of the Western
U'.irl.l) I I'. Sousti
The Hut ! ol .iii l-i.tn Hill (Ci.iti'l descriptive Military
lAllltllttill) Albert C S.MI't
1st ir Sp uipli'il It miii'i
Tin U.in I will if ve it Dini'x in tli Auditorium IU11 Kuotii nf'er
I III' CHI I"" t
CERTAINLY you want the lowest
price on all your purchases. We are
going to give you this help when making
your purchases at our store.
Remcmherour store, the next time your wants are in
We are after your business.
The Jeweler Grafanolas and Records
Just received a large shipment
of all wool U. S. Army blankets
which we sell at
A. C. Hale Passer, Away The Best Gams This Season
Vtrliiu l ('mi mi II lie, Alio lii-. been The most exciting itthlette event it
si U'-.iili'iit f th I'onnly fur seveiftl has hcen the pleasure of the ulli.ins
e.i i s ami o tins city f j i tilt: imst two ol Ueti Cloud to witness this jear v. us
eais, ph'-M) I iiv,u :il Ills home I list the font tmil g.itne pl.ijoil last Kiidtiy
night utter ill ilitii'ssof sonii' live jeais afternoon tit HeilgeV field between the
I urn Hon I'lm luuni'ilhiie imiisl' of his All StHf tain timl the Amuiicuu IjI'K"
iiMitli wus hi'ttit failure ion. Tlio K'une was liurd Touuht fn m
The ihc(usi'i1 whs 1) irti February 8th t thu vnrv tioiiniiitirf iiml intensely ill
1 S 17, at infield, Inu.i, mul was 7t lorestiiiK ami has heeti the one Mil ji-ct
ears (i mouths uti'l four (Uys olil. lie. of dlsuiibstou hiidiik thu funs ever
is survived hv Ills wile, one son, three slii'e.
iliuihifs mid n'vial o her relatives Tlio Kintii! sttu ted out hy the I.Ck'ion
At tlie. time of ifoiii),' to ptoss the (lute kiuUliij ult to tlio All tittus and llio
iind hour tot the fuuerul servleai huvo foimer temn was Hie HiM to heme,
not liueti iiiiuouiieed. K". NovvUud miliini; u diop kick
'from tlie All .Stars twenty. two j'Hnl
CIIAMBKK OF COMMEItCC ,l"" huter duiuiK this iimiter New.
.MET TUESDAY EVI'NINd huiiio Wils "" the reeeiviiiK end for a
The regular .semi-monthly meeting frd pass mid hiieuuedod in ero-sn.K
of the Chamber of Commerce was llio Lolnn un.il iiiuIuiik u toiii'lidown,
hold labt night. the All Stars failing to Idolt ko:i1.
The meeting went on record as SC(,ieC to X This ini.vrter scorned very
iChrUnla1sTree0 - ' f l'f f
beinB made after u number of mem- iUn" ku'T-'s '" fleeted so that the
bcr.s hail voluntarily spoken in faor lust thieo iiiurteis would he plujed
of the proposition. within tlie time limit. The balmico of
Other business of a routine nature
The meeting was well
Call and Get Yours Early
We Meet all Competition
You want just as much money for your produce as
you can get for it and when you sell to the Union
you may rest assured you will receive the highest price
possible to pay.
Leave Your Orders Early
Pleaso help us to give you better service by leaving
your orders early.
The Farmers Union
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TREE
NOW TO RE A REALITY
The various Committees appointed
by N. H. Rush chahman of the Com
munity Christmas Tree celebration,
met last night in the basement of
the Library building.
It was decided to have two tree, i
same being donated by a friend ol
the riovement. The large one will be
placed in the center of the 'city, de
corated some days" before Chrutmns
and loft until after New Years. The
small one will be placed in the Sales
barn and used as a background for
the program given on Friday evening,
December 23rd. This program will
lest one hour from 7:1)0 to 8:30 dur
ing which time the business housc
will bo naked to close, so that the pro
prietors and clerks can both attend.
Don't fail to see the foot ball game
at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Mrs. Robt. Brcakey returned to her
home at Grand Island Tuesday morn
ing after visiting her mother, Mrs.
Buckles, and with other relatives the
Dean Dickson, who has been in the
U. S. navy for the past three yenrs,
arrived hero Tuesday morning from
Los Angeles, California, to visit his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dickson.
Court Reporter Lcc Johnson went
to Beatrice Wednesday morning to
spend a few days with relatives and
Mrs. R. J. White and baby return
ed home Tuesday evening from
Omaha wheio sho had been visiting
relatives and friends.
Roadmaster W. P. Fallow of ry-
jmovc spent a few hours In the city
Wednesday morning attending to
' Burlington business matters.
the game neither side wt re able to
mnlttt much gain and tlio forward pubs
which w:ih used by the All Stars was
not veiy hticceB.sful us it was broken up
by the other team. j
After the smoke of tue buttle clourul
away liny Mouutfoid vvus lound to bo
on the casualty list Buffering from a
pair of black eves and on the morning
after most of the players were limping
uiouuil, many stiyiug they felt twenty
years older but they till said that it
was thu ulcwiuht gumo that they had
taken prt In for many u day.
On Tuesday evening a banquet was
tendered the players at the Powell A
Pope Cafe and after the feed tlio re
mluiscuices of the p.ist vveio revived
Ne.t year wo hope that thu Legion
or the young men who have graduated
from the local school will organize a
town team as we have the timber here
for tlio best totitu in southern Nebras
Grace Church Services
Thanksgiving Day Sorvico at 10 ti. in.,
Thursday, Nov. 24th.
First Sunday In Advent
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Morning Service at 11 a. ui.
Evening Service at 7:30 p. m.
Continuation Instruction at 7:15 Sat
Choir Itehemsal nt 8 p m , Saturdny.
Tlio Service- for Thanksgiving Day
was incorporated into our Prayer Hook
in 1789, seventy fivo yours boforo the
first Presidential proclamation of
You nre wclcomo to nil our services
Mrs. S. P. Small, who was taken to
the Lincoln Sanitarium a few weeks
ago, is improving and her ultimate
recovery is now looked for.
A new &ock of Westclox Alarms
Wc tt :e 'Quality' Rig!)t---Thon the Price Right
Jeweler and Optometrist
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Save Money on Your
M.i Mi tJ
Boy's Special Fleece J "J
Union, Extra good, at Cr O C
See our new display of Overcoats
$18tOO-$18.SO and $22.50
The CowdenKaley Clothing Co.
' Ahvays Reliable
fHE KIND OF STATIONERY YOU USE tells the whole
story of your business career. Write yonr letters
on Hammermill Ripple Bond, correctly printed at the
Chief office. It creates a favorable impression.
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