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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1921)
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Gifts That Reflect a Personal Interesl
And Care of Selection
no matter how small the cost will convey the good wishes
as you would have them conveyed
Such Gifts Can Be Easily Selected
it you will allow youriiclf a few minutes time in our store
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The young man in love often goes into raptures about
"the blue of the sea in her eyes and ihe golden haze of
autumn in her hair," but remember this, young man
SHE'LL EAT just the same as any other healthy girl.
Therefore, get down to practical affairs. Save your
money, deposit it in a good reliable bank dike ours and
get ready to own a home for you and the girl and to
provide the three square meals a day that you will both
need as long as you live. You know when poverty comes
in at the door, love sometimes flies out at the window.
TEE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiance. Pmidcut Red Cloud, Nob. S. R. Floiancc, Caihitr
Capital ant Surplus $35,00000 g
JiepoU Guaiantetd by lite Ihpoiiton tltiaranly J'unU of the Halt 0 A'tbrnilit S
We do building from the excavating to the painting
complete. We will figure your jobs to furnish all mater
ials, or otherwise, to suit our customers. We do FRAME
BRICK and STUCCO work, Let us show you the differ
ence between good and inferior stucco.
Wc build screen doors and window screens and do
carpenter work of all kinds. Let us have your order for
screen doors and window screens now.
Shop first door north of Holland Hotel. Res. phone 72N
The Chief extends to its many patrons and subscribers the
son's tfrnntinffd. Wo. wi.h vm, .nil Mnrrv Phrtmnc' nA.
,Jr oason s areotings. We wish
, sincerely hope the incoming year -will bring you much happi
ncss and prosperity.
you all a Merry Christmas and
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. DECEMBER 22 1921
American Legion Post 238
On Wi(lucsiliiy own ihh: the lota'
, Aini'i'liMii Lffiion I'ust Ih'IiI nti Inttr
(.'stitiK inpntiiik' in tin- Conmiurcinl Club
, rooms wlilfh w ill bt their liuHtliium t-
or-, for tin- i'omiI.ik ypar. All tlio m m
I buri of the Post are entitled to Uio
rjKih oi mo t'luu roonn lor lUo tu
Claiu Pope, on bcliulf of Powell
Pope, presented the lit-uion Hint boiuili
ful ple.tuuMif the Colllvinii nt Kumo
after uhlcli II S. Toe mnde (he speeeh
of neeeptiiiKV for the Post. 1
'l'he Adjutant ws also instnteten to
p iruliuou a new sllU AinerleRii thiff.
A eominittee of three was, appointed
t iniil: arrnnKciiicDts for , holding tin
indoor eiirnival in the near future,?
Tlio followini; were to elected ofllaem
for the ensuing year:
Coiiiiimiiilur, Dr. R. S. Martin.
ice Commander. 0. it Peek.
Adju'mit, A. P. MeAnhtir.
l'maiiee OiHeer, IUrry Yot. $
Si'i(jeantHt Arm-, I'.iul PolnloU.
Chaplain, Chhrlo.s Piuhlur. i
Color Ueareis, t'lipster Jlohei tV'H'J
Prt Anderson fa
.-iifieant Pirlng Squad, Kvjirett
Injured at Republican City
John Hajes. and four other men,
members of a hiidueKati; working near
Ueptibllcan City, had a ery nariow
cieapo fiom deatli when the ear left
the right of way houth of thnt eity
Hayes, however was the only mem
ber of the party injured, ho being
tht own under the wheels of the ear
and bad y cuislied.
He was immediately removed to tl 0
Alma Hospital, wlieie Di.s Buftlett
and Keir did what operations weie
necessaiy. He i at piesent rusting as
welt a eould lie expected.
Mr Uuyui home is at lied ''loud, No
biaska - -Alum Ilecoul
Many Hear Sacred Cantata
1 lie Snciod Cantata, ''J'li? Anc'llo
C'lu ir," sutitj by the Community Ctmr
u, Sunday evening, in the M. D.
einiicli was given to a uiipnci'y house,
with many standing and some turmd
uw.iv from the door.
People came from Cowhs, Illnden
and Inavale to hear this Hist nunibtr
on the week's ntogriun of Christmas
Tiie uiiiiiu was beautiful and iiplitt
iug, hs is always a service ot song. '1 be
hpeclal solo part-, were unusually Hue;
the oiehostrul ueeoinpitnimeut was vuiy
uotieeable lluoughout the whole even
ing, and the pianoist, Jessie I'rablll,
was 111 bei bet. Mrs. t'. H. Ilughefe.
dli color, spent many hours practising
tlio Chorus for this gioat musical suc
cess, and should fuel amply nn.rid for
tlio gieat amount of praUo given it
The seeret of Christinas joy is not Sit
getting but in giving, not so umoh to
those who have, as to thoto who need.
Ited Cloud music lovers biuely gave
the peoplo a treat in tills great can tutu
and it met their need appropi lately.
Christmas should bo a time whun the
whole being is tilled v.ith holy aspiia
tions and sineeio deslrt.fi t honor
Chi ist by making the anniversary of
Hii birth deeply bignlHeant to those
with whom wu associate.
The most impiessive song of all, to
the writer's mind, was, "Alary s Mang
er Song" Mary's heart was touched
with the Holy Spirit, and her lips mov
ed with thanksgiving and sweet grati-
udb to Clod for his great gift. Hear
I tlio aniiels singing, "lllory to God in
tho highest and on earth peiico, good
j will toward men", His was tho only
birth ever celebrated by an angel
choir Tho echoes of that song still
ring clear and sweot over many lands
and the joy that ghuMcued the shop
herds' hearts Is experienced by all who4
k' "" welcome into their 0n
rU d lives, who rejoice in tho
culobrntlon of Ills birthday anrilvers
ury because of their association with
Elm, In His work of redumption,
j-'f Tri3ieJ!l"Jg",'ryri3g2fir:j:..!; .
CIIACK CIIUIICII NOTKS
I'hrMma..-. Day Hen ire
Sunday Sch-ol at 10 a. m.
Holy Communion tmd Mormon .it 11
Evening service at 7:30 p. m.
Choir vehcnrsal Saturday at 8 p. 111.
At the 11 o'clock sor'ico the follow
ing music will bo sung:
Processional "Shout The Clad
Kurlo Eleison CJ. J. Klvey. I
Glorirv Tibl -Aiwn.
llyntu "ChviBtiann Awake."
Offcrto.'y Anthem "We llavo
Scon His Star."
Offertory Sentence W. B. Gilbert.
Sursiini Corda J. Camlilgc.
Sancttis J. Camidgo.
Communion Hymn "Bread Of The
Gloria in E::t--clai Old Chant.
Nunc 'Dimittis P,..Laugdon.
Uocosglonal "Ilaik The Herald."
The public are cordially invited.
CL13VER CHFU.STMAS PA11TV
The Btninc, Ladies' Club held a'
very clover Chrtalmas party in tho
Odd Fellow hall tn Tuesday cven'ng. '
They had a real Christmas tree and
also the Madonna and cradle. The
hall was tastefully decorated in
Poinrcttas and belL and tlic long,
table was trimmed with civet P.in-I
Sottas and red candles. An excellent B
pr -gram was lcr.dcrcd, the fiivt be
ing the singing of "Silent Night," by
the quartet composed of Misses
Rachel Cowdcn, Lydia Traut and Ituby
Koon and Mrs. Clara Walker. Mrs.
Geo. Kailey gave the "Christmas
Story" in her usual excellent manner
and Miss YOla Swartz gave a fine
Christmas reading. Miss Ruby Koon
sang a vecal solo, wiuic tnc quartet
gave two other .'elections. Prick ice
cream, angel food cake and ch.colatc
waa sened and a fine time imparted
by all present.
MORE FUNDS NEEDED
rOK COMMUNITY TKEE
At the meeting of tho committetw
for Uio Community Chriatniai troo
festival lait evening, ft was found"
that thoy wore running .hoit of
funds and everybody is asked to give
freely. It was vctcd that any money
lemaining after tho expense of this
occasion are paid will be turned er
to tho local Rod Cross, to be used for
the needy in this vicinity. The plans
are perfectly e.mpletcd and 'there is
no question hut that the affair will
be a grand success.
TO TIIEIrSEUVICK MEN
A. B. McArthurTndjutant of Post
238, American Legion, stato3 that he
has several stato certificates belong
ing to tho p-Kcrvico men of Red
wiouu ami iiiiivaiu sum uwy iu u-
quested to call immediately and get
theirs, at his effico or the same aro
liable to "go west" soon.
To My Patrons
All those who owe mo for work douo
ate lequeated to see mo at oneu and
settle thtdr aecnunts. All aecouiits
not paid by January 1, 102- will be giv
en to my attorney for colleotion as I
cxpuet to lcawi the city at thnt time.
Engineer Cottingham arrived here
from McCoolc Sunday morning to re
lieve Engineer Grubb on No. A and 11
engineer Grubb having laid off for a
couplo of weeks to accompany his
wifo to Rochester Minnesota for
Miss Gladys Kcaglo departed Sat
urday evening for Phoenix, Arizona.
whetro Hho will spend the holidays
with her sister, Mrs. W. P. Hudson.
bhe was tcnuorc , aa p "y
mo her last Wednesday e ye ing at
which time tho operators at tho Inde
pendent and fjincoln Central offices
vqre tho invited guests.
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One of Each $2.75
While the present slock lasts I am offering
I wo bargains. A guaranteed watch with
A guaranteed alarm clock - - $ 1 ,40
These are both special values at the prices.
Also a very few guaranteed eight day
alarm clocks at the right price.
We Make 'Quality' Right
BM. Newhouse .
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FALL STOCK NOW HERE
My Fall and Winter stock
havo arrived, and include
Also am still doing expert
: Mrs. Ed. Amack
Amack & Amack
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of PLUSH and FUR ROBES
some handsome patterns.
auto top and harness repairing.
I. T. Amack
'Pi iONE IND, 76M
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