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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1921)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. DECEMBER 1. 1921
FOR as little as $4 we . can make
you a dozen photographs that
'you will be proud to give your friends.
That is 33V& Cents each.
What else can you give them at that -price that
will give them as much pleasure.
Other Styles Priced Higher
SUNDAYS and EVENINGS by appointment until
THE CLEASON STUDIO
' Red Cloud
Parties Owing Taxes in Kansas
(Highland Township, Jewell County, and LogaD
and Pawnee Townships, Smith County) may pay
A same at Webster County Bank, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Taxes must be paid before December 20th to avoid
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiance, President Red Cloud, Neb. S. R. Florance, Cathie
Capital ami Surplus $35,000 00
Dtpotlt Uuarantttdby the flijwrttors Guaranty Fund of the Stair of Xtlratka
. Band Concert Dec. 2nd, 8: 1 5 p. m.
BESSE AUDITORIUM, RED CLOUD
J. E. BETZ. Conductor
The KovhI Trumpet.jra Mntoh R. P. Seizor
Overture lOrphetiB) i.T. OfTonhaeli
Cornet Solo, (Flirtation l'otlcn) C. L. Hnrnhoime
(As played by M. A. Morcor)
Atlantis, (Tlio Lost Continent) .Suite In four parts
No. I Nocturne rind Morning Hymn of Praise.
No. 2 A Court Function.
No. il I Love' Thee, (Tho l'riuco nnd Anna)
No 4 The Destruction of Atlantis . . V. V. Saf i anek
Vocal Solo (Sweetest Story Ever Told) R. M. Stult s
(As Sung by S. Hard man)
Overture (Barber of Seville) G. Rossini
Saxophone Solo (Cerlbetto Polka) .T. II. Itolllnson
(As played by R. P. NewhotJhe)
Clarinet Solo '...J. II. Fuller
The Ilnttlo of Sun Juan Hill (Crand descriptive Military
Fantasia) Albert C. Sweet
Star Spangled llanner
The Baud will give a Dance in the Auditorium Ball Room after
I. 0. 0. F. Initiation
Next Tuo'dayevci.iing will be u. biff
event, in the lodge circles of this rty.L
itt which time the Hun Adhem Lodge
No 180 1. O. O F. will mnet in the
Mn-onic Hall where u large class of
u-uididiitcfl will tiiko all four degrees
or this order. The Degree Staff of
listings Lodge No. f0 will put on tlio
ritual work. 11 rand Seuretaiy Uk
and other grand ollleers ar planning
on being present A luncheon will
also Iju served.
The Webster County
Just received a large shipment
of all wool U. S. Army blankets
which we sell at
Do Your Bit!
The Community Christmas Tree Fi
nance Cummlttec aro preparing tags,
which will be hung on every liouso
door in town This tag entitles every
householder to contribute his or her
bit to this worthy ontoi prise.
Chip in as Mutually us you can, let
the Christmas spirit anintato your
bump of generosity. He a real boost
er in this movement and when the tag
is bung on your door, bring or send
vour cotrlbutlon to 1. Johnson of the
Johnson-Graham b'uruituro Co. or one
of the other members of the Flnanoo
The following residents of Wobstw
County hold commissions In tlio Re.
serve Corps of the United States Army,
which list shows that this territory
Iihs u splendid number of men, who,
besides having already served their
country during the late war, hive also
placed themselves at the call of the
Government for duty, in caso of any
National Emergency. ,
The Resorvo Corps is not to be con
fused with vetdran organisations, it
being a branch of the Regular Army
of the United States, that brunch
which is roady on call, although not
on Hctlvo dutv until called, the mem
bers having Itopt themselves in train
ing from yeur to year to bo lit for ser
vice. WEBSTER COUNTY
Lt. R. V. Nicholson, D. C, Red Cloud
Another Fire of Mysterious
A S Red Cloud
A.S, Biuo Hill
F. A., Iuavalo
F. A., Red Cloud
F. A., Blhden
Inf., Blue Hill
Lt. E. W. Boner,
Lt.S G Funk,
Lt II. D. Fetty,
Lt. II. S Foe,
Lt Q W. Ray,
Lt. E R. Henry,
Capt. A. B. (lelwlclc, Inf., Red Cloud
This lint was furnished by the Re
serve Otllcers Association of Omaha,
who, in sending the same have an
nounced a call for u state' convention
if Rfsnrvo Ofllcers of Nebraska to be
Oricrin Hpstrnvs Pmnertv held Docomber l'2-l3tli 1021, at the
I Army Building, Omaha, for the pur-
This morning about 'iitn o'oloe.lc the pose of instruction on the reconstitut
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
Please help us to give you better service by leaving
your orders early.
The Farmers Union
, RED CLOUD, NEBR.
ttjmr tim.tmimihrMmwvmmi. v.., b
C. T. Dickenson blauksmlih shop on
Webster Street was dlcovred on fire
and tho alarm was given. The Fiio
Department and oliiz-n responded
quickly, but thu lilt?. must h ivo bei ri
agisted as th bin ding wits neatly
tiurned down by I lie tim.i the depart
Tho building belonged to (Jennie
Bcurdslce and Mrs. Wolf of this city
and was in mind shape, having been
encted about twelve jours ago
Mr. Dickeiibuu, who has occupied
tho building for several years, valued
his tools ami tock at $l,()i0 and carr
ied $2,500 iusurancH on the Mime. Ho
stated that, the (Ire in the forge wont
out. at four o'clnck yesterday nftornnon
anil that theru had been no lire in lh
otlico stove siuue tlir.-n n'cnick that
day. Tho Kill1 on building jist north
of the hUokumitb "Imp was leiug lorn
down and it. -. hIhii imrntvl oiiis!der
able. The 11 ie vus uuilnubtedly of in
I .Grace Church Services
! Second Sunday In Advent
Sunday .SoJiom at 111 a, in.
Holy ComniiinJon in II a m.
Evening Snrvice at 1:'M) p. m.
Connrtnatlnn InsHtieKon nl 7:11 p m.
Ohoir RehenrsAl t3 p m. Saturday
Come and worship wltlius.
ion or the Eighty NlntlktDivlsioii, and,
tho no tables of organization of the
The Omaha Ollicera are sponsoring'
tli prognitn for ihu couveiiiion iind
p'Oinise to spare no expense in mak
ing their comrudes attendance remun
erative. To The Farmers
Mr. Farmer are yuu Mitihfled with
the PRICE of OUBAM?
For 1 wo weeks I liave let my com.
not It irs buy at their own price FRI
D Y MOItNINR, DKC. a, I will BOOST
tho PRICI3. '
Now who Is entitled 10 your patron
ntte? The one who pays tho price will
iuuly or the ono who pays because he
Think It over iwid give me a&harc'of
C. S. HOMING.
Lutheran Church Notes
Regular servicet nro hold every ihot
and' third Sunday In the inoiiili in ho
Advenlist ohurch, Comer of 3rd Avo.
.ltd WaWiiiJ S'
Blhio OIh-k m-e lug at -lO'.IW 11. ul.
lrenclililg at Hum.
If Vmi Hi'i'iint worshiping olohero
yoiiu cordially Invited to woishlp
O. U. IUinitz, Postor
New French Ivory
In all combinations, for every use has just,
been placed on display. Bought right,
priced to sell.
Come and look-We will be pleased to
show the goods. If you buy here you save
We Mike 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
Red ctoud Jeweler and Optometrist Nebraska
Save Money on Your
Boy's Special Fleece jT (JJjt
Union, Extra good, at Cr O C
See our new display of Overcoats
1 'A ways Reliable '
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story cf your business career. Write yonrv lottor
on Hhmmermill Ripple Bond, ctrrectiyv printed at the
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