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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JANUARY 20. 1922
Are Yon Buying Dependable j '
That is The Kind We Sell'
I Malone - Gellatly Co.
I. 0. 0. F. Install Officers!
( Monday evening, nttMr' giving fiur
candidates tlic -econd degree, lien Ail
hem lodge held Installation. District
, Deputy (iriiiul Master Iinliolt tiT Oniric
Rook wns pifhcnt null installed the
, follow luff oflloeis:
B. II. Now house. P.O.
I. T Am. ok, N.O.
Ray Chtlevle, V. O.
It V. Stewart, Secretary.
M. B Corner, Tiensiirer.
Dun Oarbcr, L S. N. G.
(5. W, Dutnoi), Warden.
Carl Oulevio, I (1.
I. V OummlngN, Chaplain.
Carl McArthur, K. S. B.
Porter Male, L? S. B
Criuit Christy, U d. V. (5.
Will Kent, I,. S. V. U.
Grace Church Services
;SIGN. THE PAY ROLL
Do yoa want adjusted compensation ?
If so, what's your preference ?
Note Iho ballot below. - '
Urq it IMMEDIATELY.
National Cominander of the Anicricnn Legion Hanford Mac Niricr
liar, launched a nation wide refciondum ainoiig ex-service men and
women on these adjusted compensation questions lie bolioyes llu
e-sorvice men aic 300 percent for them, but he want it down in
black and white. When the. vote is completed he will place the
results before Preaidcnt. Harding and Congress.
If only a few veterans vote, the "powers that lie" will think -wn
don't Avanl r.n adjustment, of compoi nation, tliat the soldier i.
merely making a noise and don't, care about action. So it's; up
tp you now to do something. Wo muni stick by Mac Nidev on this
proposition if wo want him to win. tho magnificent fight he 11
waging for up. The Hod Cloud posL must help put Nebraska in tho
lead in Una as well an all other Legion activities. Tho Chicago
Tribune and other newspapon? oor tho United States will Rive wide
space to what wo have to .".ay in this referendum.
Don't lose a moment filling this ballot out and Bonding it in to tho
local post of the American Legion. See that you;' buddy seta a
ballot and cast bin voto. For extra blanks apply to A. P. McArthur,
Adjutant of tho ltcd Cloud Post. Tlus bill may stand or fall on
this vote. " t
All that is needed to put tliis Adjusted Compensation Pill over this
session of Cqngress is an expression from the ex-service men
from YOU PUDDY.
VOTE CLIP AND MAIL TO THE AMERICAN LEGION POST 288,
Red Cloud, Nebr.
Do you want
Preference: Cash Home and Farm Aid.
Land Settlement a. Paid Up Insurance.
Do you belong to the American Legion? What Post .
Initiates Four New Members
Al a meeting nt the American Legion
last night four now members worn inl
tinted. Thu Commander mid Adjutant
wero Instructed to attend a mootingjof
the ofllcers of tho posts in the ftth dis
trict to he held itt Chiy Center, Feb.
-7th. This Post bus made a gain of
sixtyfonr peiCHiit in membership ritir
imr tho pant lear. Tho following com
mit toes were appointed for this yenr's
AincrlcanizUion Ciclwiek and Koe.
Relief lor Disabled Comrades Mart
in and Creigbton. ;
Post Activities- Johnson,' Picbler
AthleticsBarrett and Picliler.
At the close of the meeting thu inem.
tiers enjoyed a lunch at tho Powell
Preached Farewell Sermon
Rev. Mary II. Mitchell, who litis been
pnstur oj the Coiigegitlni.il chinch
fin si vimuI yearn, niinoiit)o-d last Sun
itaj ui,)i mi. g that she was preaching
her List sermon in Red Cloud.
It came as a shock b tho membeiH of
the chinch altho it was known that
she was soon to leave w it li her husband
for another Held.
llpr oiiriiibt Christian spirit has
inurio many faithful friends in the
church uud out.
Her amnions have buen strong and
uplifting and tho church and Sunday
School have felt tfiu inlluouco ot her
woili. The Sunday School bus moie
tliHii doubled since she ciiuie and nine
teen new iiieuibcis have heun added to
the eh u rcli
l'ho pnijuis and best wishes of her
friends will tidlow'her ill hei new Held.
A wolf hunt was held east of town
Fourth Sunday after I'plphiiny
Sunday School tit 10 a. m.
Morning Service at It a m
livening Service at 7:30 p in
We shall be glad to welcome you to
Congregational Church Notes
Pic.iiihiiig Si rvlee 11 a. lit.
Sunday School 10 a, m.
Kuv Ludwlg Thompson will preach
next Sunday morning. All who heaid
him a few weeks ago wore much pleas
ed with his sermon. You are it.vltcd
to be piesont.
Tho following is tho financial state
ment of Red Cloud's Municipal Christ
mas Tree: I
Poxes For Candy , . $ 13.17
Candy and Nuts ... G8.CG
Wire and Nails 4.00
Light Pulbs - 2.80
Printing - ... COO
Express on Oranges .. 13.00
Lumber -. 1.50
Setting up Tree .. - .. 7.80
Engineer Ficd Nelson returned to
Oxford Sunday evening after spend
ing tho tlay here with his family.
Amount of Contributions
Chairman Finonco Committee
Win, White, who is working on tho
Burlington bridge gang at Oxford,
spent Sunday here with Ids family.
I Mrs. Ed. Amack I. T. Amack
Amack & Amack
Lynn Rush, who is attending college
at Hastings, spent Sunday hero with
Ilis parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. P.
Edward Pulsipher, who is working
as switchman for tho Purlington ut
Holdrcgo, spent Sunday hero with, his
BOTH PHONES TIED CLOUD 'NEB
; I. T. AMACK-PHONE 1ND. 76M
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Two hundred and twenty five cars
of stonk ilicllllll'nir flinf Innitml nf T?od I
Cloud went through hero Sunday
morning for tho Missouri River mar
kets. They wero handled in five
trairn Horn here. Shipments from
Jierc were as follows: A. P. Crahill
one car of cattle to Kansas City,
Arch Rasscr one car of hogs to Kan
sas City, A. P. Crahill three cars of
. llDCS to Kansas CAl.v. lMlnnov Pi'no..
, two tars of hogs to Kansas City,
Clydo Powcn two cars of cattlo to
5 ivansas vny ana .). J'J. lost one car
New Series For Gardeners
"TluTcdTtor of TlTe Ulilef Is pttiased To
announce that arrangements have been
made to publish for tb next twelve
weeks a series oT articles under the
general heading. "The Cottago Garden
er" designed to secure moie Satisfact
ory lesults in tho operation of the little
back-yard faun. The tir&t at tides ap
pear tliih week. The series will take
the cottage giudener through the sue
cessivo stages of feeciMioxes in tho
house, preparation of the soil, tians. (
planting and seeding outdoors and cut
livailoii Whilo Red Cloud and vicini
ty luib always been famed for its ex
cellont gardens, discussion of back
yaid competition will be moie keen
this, year than usual if these ailicles
have a general reading and following,
'l'hls department will be appropriate
ly illustrated. eaoh week.
Bellaire Oil Well News
The stockholders of the Itollalre Oil
well held ameotlnglastSaturdayafter.
uoou and heard the report of the com
mittee that had boon appointed to ju
oure waivers on the lea.ses and also to
get new leases on land not alieady
leased. The. committee's report was
very encouraging in that they bud se
cured nearly all of the waivers requir
ed and some new leases. They asked
for ten more days in which to get more
of them and such extra time was given
thorn. Their report must be in by the
ildth of January. Mr Jones, of Johns
town, Pa., was present. He bad been
out to Denver and examined the books
of the company and also bad given the
prospects at Bellaire bis careful con
sideration He stated that the condl
tion of the company's books was all
that could be desired and that he was
considerably impressed with tho pros
pects at Bellaire A Mr. Myers, of
Colorado, an olllcorof the company was
also present, and expressed himself as
very favorably impressed with thu con
ditions. It looks like oil for Uellairo
if they can just make tho arrango.
taunts that will enable them to boro
through tho remaining atrHta of rook,
Smith County Journal.
One of Each $2.75
While the present slock lasts I am offering
two bargains. A guaranteed watch with
unbreakable crystal - - - - $ 1 .40
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 Mike 'Quality1 Right Then the Price Right I
J9. H. Newhouse
Jeweler and Opiomctrist
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.
We 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
Edwarda was down
Rivcrton Sunday nftcrnoon.
Rev. D, Fitzgerald was a passenger
to Superior Saturday morning.
Miss Helen Stunkard was a passen
ger to Naponco Sunday morning.
Mrs. Harry Cramer was u passen
ger to Grand Island Monday morning.
FOR 110 BUSHELS
Left at the Red Cloud Elevator and Credited to
My Account, You Can Have Your Choice of a
The Above Price Are Less Than These Ranges
Can be Laid Down For in My Store Today.
These Ranges Will Not be Reduced in Price.
This Offer is Good Only For The Stock I Have
Now on Hand.