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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1921)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. DECEMBER ft. 1921
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Having decided to do a slricitly cash
business we are going lo give our trade
the benefit. You will find we are
putting our prices as low as possible.
On many' things as much as
SATURDAY, DEC. 10th
We are going to give some real bargains in
groceries. Come early and take advantage
of this sale.
No. 3 Cans Hominy
extra fine, per can..
No. 2 Sweet Corn, equal to
any 18c corn. Per l fl
can a Iv
No. 3 Sweet Potatoes
White" Flyer Soap
7 bars for
No. 3 can Kraut,
Hand picked beans
4 pounds for
Early June Peas, regular
15c sellers. 2 cans 9K
No. 10 dark syrup RfX
per can... ot
No. 5 dark syrup
per can .
Small milk, per
Five cans of Oil
No. 10 cans light
syrup, per can..
No. 5 cans light
syrup, per can i
Good bulk coffee
Fancy Red Salmon
per can 1
Bread, small loaves
Bread, large loaves
Jam, 15 oz. jars
Prince's Royal Jam
15 07.. jars
No. 3 Can Beets
per can ...
Buy one pound of Cocoa
and we will give you 1 lb.
With every $5 order we
will sell you a
sack of sugar fur
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.
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RED CLOUD, NEBR.
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Legion Presented Picture
By Povcil & Pope
Mi-s-is l'owi'Il mill l'opi. this wool,
pit seined tho loval Atnurieun Legion
I'nM No '21S with a beautiful picture
of tin' r'olliM'iiin at Homo Tiii pict
ure ih 21 x IS inuliei litnuitifully exe
cuted in colms in a heavy frame of
biono and blue linrmoni'liiK wonder
fully with tho picture itself. The
mt'iubcrh of tho Pout aro deeply great
fill for the ptesont and thoroughly up
precialo the .spirit in which it was glv-en.
I. 0. 0. F. Hold Initiation
New Banner For Post 238
'lui'Mlay tho uilli'iMs of tho local
Amorlciti I.pk'o'i l'o.t iveoived thi'ir
ni'w post burner from National Mend
quaitt'M, which tln-y ordered t tin
tlino iiko. It t l1! xH'j feet, niado ol
tlu lluest wool tuintlng, ill two pieces
sowed bade to buels, with tho name of
tho post placed on In hewed letters. It
js (rimmed on tlimu stdch with yellow
faille bullion fringe, mounted on u two
piece screw joint ash banner pole, sur
mounted by a bolld brass ealo and
ornamented with eight yellow slllc tn
soIh and cord. Tho banner is of blue
and the Legion emblem is placed in
tho center in broiro and gold. Tho
local mombers aro jtiitly proud of it.
Tuesday night the. I. O. 0. P. lodge
of this city together with a large num
ber of visiting brothers met at the
Masonic Wall where tho degree teams
of Hastings Lodge No. GO conferred, nil
four degrees on a class of candidates
The Hastings lodge Is very protlcient
in their work and exemplified the ritual
work the bout that has been seen hi
this lodge for many yours lletween
the second and thhd degtee the lodge
adjourned to their own hall wheic tbo
llcbekahs served an elegant lunch, At
the close Grand Secretary (iugo uud
several visiting biothcis made short
speeches. The Hastings members weio
also cutertaiued at a 0 o'clock dinner
at the Powell & PopeXafo. Ju
The Community ChrJrus
Will Give Recital Dec. 18
aiiinrn 1 1 ii imreomranj
e w r renc
Fined $500 And Given 30
Days For Making Whiskey
Lust Thursday morning Sheriff Muff
ur drove to Hidden where he arretted
Frank Hcyait and Kail Itelsh on a
charge of making "while mule". They
weie brought before Judge Kanney
who bound them over to District Court
and the appeared before Judge Ulaelc
ledge that day and plead guilty. He
sentenced each or them to .'10 days in
j til and also to j ty a SoUO fine each.
As yet the men havo not raised the
$')00 "ante" and will no doubt lay that
Parties Owing Taxes m Kansas'
(Highland Township, Jewell County, and Logan
and Pawnee Townships, Smith County) may pay
same at Webster County Bank, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Taxes must be paid before December 20th to avoid
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiancc, President Red Cloud, Neb. S. R. Florancc, Cadiic
Capital and Sutplus $35,000.00
Vtpotltt Gmirantetilb'jiht flijiosliort Guiunl'j i'undotht State of Xthratla
Tho Community Chorus, accom
panied by a five piece orchestra, will
render the sacicd cantata, "The An
gelic Choir" by Carrie 1). Adams.
Sunday evening, December lSth, in
the M. E. church. The program fol
low - :
Silcrft Night, Holy Night (In Vesper)
Processional All Hail tho Pov.tr of
Chorus "The Heavenly Sign" by L
Male Quartette That Sweet Story of
Old, Messrs. h. Wagoner, C. L.
Cotting-, N. B. Rush and II.
"The Angelic Choir."
1 Soprano Solo and Clan u
Hark! What Music Fill' the
Sky, Mi.s Mildred I5ore:i ;ind
2 Contralto Solo Tjfiere Camo
Three Kings, Mrs. F. R. Hughes.
3 Recitative. And There Weie
Shepherds, Mr. L. Wagoner.
4. Chorus Good Tidings of Great
G Women' Chorus Glory To
God in the Highest.
6 Quartet RelhlQhcm, Mr. Chal
Gcllatly, Mrs. N. II. But-h, Mr. N.
B. Rush, Mr. H. Thomas
7 Soprano Sola Mary's Manger
Song, Mrs. Chal Goliath'.
8 Chorus Night, All Nights
No. 9 Men's Chorus -AJ1 My Heart
Thl Night Rejoice-.
No. 10 Soprcno Solo Haill Tho Won
drous Sire Hirer, Mue Ru! y Koon.
No. 11 Women's Chovu-5Haik! Hurki
My Sou', Mi. Laird Pct'e". Mi.
N. B. Bu.-h, Miss MWri ' Boan
end Lad'o ClioruH.
No. 12 Final Chon-, with Ssprono
and A! o Dat-U to th Lotd's
Anointed, Mb" Mildred Borci),
M.,c. r. P. Hiighea and Caonw.
Director Mvt. F. R. Hugm -1.
Pianoist Mi Jesule Cfabill.
ViollnMv. J. K. Beta.
Violin Miss Ivy Hardman.
Cormt Mr. Mercer.
Saxophone Mr. Ralph Nevvhouec.
Save this piogiam and take it with
In all combinations, for every use lias just
been placed on display. Bought right,
priced to sell.
Community Christmas Tree
A most enthusiastic meeting of the
v.uluus committees who me actual 1
lit uoik in tho intiMOSt of this uitnt
community festival, was hold at the
I'unliu .Library .on Tuesday eveniiijj
The various comtnittoen were all ulilo
to it'poit profit's", mid m.tltciB hi c
hhupiiiu up for 11 Cliilstmiis tiLat and
entertainment which all may enj y,
1'roRram mid (joatiii committees
will uotl; toL'tlici1, the liHhling mid
docoratliiK comnilrtues ulll have every
tiling in line shnpe, tho Ilnnncc cum
nlttce mil arm the Hoy Scout.s with
sulllcient tags to tiii; every front door
in toivu. Now heie is where you can
do your part and help in this glad un
When you net your tii, sot aside a
ceitalti hum to kIw! ua your heart
prompt.s you, talco it down town and
;,'lvu it to one of the nicinliur.s of thu
(liiauce committee, or drop It in tl.o
special box for that purpose at th
.lohusou-Graham Fiirulturu Co , or at
Grice k. Gi lines.
Don't be afraid of yiviii,' too much,
as any surplus will be used for the
bonellt of the leally needy in Red
Cloud and vicinity.
Don't foitfet that the prop am ii'xl
treat will bo given at thu Sulei bam
on Friday evening, Dec i'lrd.
Come and look-We will be pleased to
show the goods. If you buy here you save
I We Mike Quality' Right Then the PriceRight I
B..H . NewEouse
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kcj ciouj jeweier ana uptomeirist
M. W. A. Elects New Officers
Tlu M. V. A lodge mot Inst niidit
and elected tho following olllcuiu for
tho ensuing year:
Porter Hale, Vener.iblo Consul.
ArtNolfcon, Worthy Advloer.
W A. hherwood, llanher.
C. S. MoArthur, Artntaut Ranker.
A. V. Duoker, Clerk.
II, J. Miituer, Trustee.
Grace Church Services
IVOR as Utile as $4 we can make
A you a dozen photographs that
you will be proud to give your friends.
That is 3 3 J4 Cents each.
"Wlml else can you give them at
will give them as much pleasure.
Other Stylos Priced Higher
SUNDAYS and EVENINGS by appointment until
THE GLEASON STUDIO
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BE A GOOD FELLOW! Contribute to to the fund
for 6 Corntiiunity Christmas Tree. Make your contribution to
ri member of (he fin&iice committee or drop in one of the boxes.
An pquity term of district court
will be held in tho city Monilnv.
There arc nine applications for citi
zenship on the docket besides bcvoral
Be A Goodfaellow. .
Third Sunday in Advent
Sunday School tit 10 a. ui.
Jornlil(f Sirvn't at 11 n, m
HvenluK Survlee id 7:30 p. m.
ConflrtiiHtlun Inhtrilelion at 7:1ft p m
' Choir lU'ln arivl at 8 p. m. Sittitdny
Qome nud woislup with uv.
Lutheran Church Notes
Jteguhir services aro held overy first
and third Sunday in tho month In tho
Adventist church, Corner of Jrd Ao
nnd Waluut St.
O. R. IIeinit., Tastor
Albert Hildebrcndt of Buffalo, New
York, arrived in the city Thursday lo
visit his brother, Fred Hildcbrandt
and wife'. I
ERTAINLY you want the lowest
ys price on all your purchases. We are
going to give you this help when making
your purchases at our store.
Remember our store the next time your wants arc in
We arc after your business,
Grafanolas and Records
THE KIND OF STATIONERY YOU USE tells the whole
story of your business career. Write yonr letters
on Htmmermill Ripple Bond, correctly printed t the
tmei tnice. it crttt Mvortoit imprcit ion.
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