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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1922)
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iG TRUST that your Christmas preparations have
it been satisfactory, that your gifts will produce a
high degree or pleasure in recompense lor the lovfc
and consideration which prompt them, and that
you will spend the holiday suffused with the feci
ings of peace and joy which come from work well done and
a knowledge that you have made others happier.
If the bestowal of Christmas remembrances were merely
the following of a custom, and not inspired by a higher pur
pose, we believe that it would soon dieout; forcustoms change.
The fact that it increase from year to year shows that the
spirit of good will, the desire to give pleasure to the unfor
tunate and the impressing upon friends that they have an
important existence in one's heart are deeply rooted, flour
ishing" sentiments. Such are attributes of the soul and point
to that soul-growth which is the best augury for the future
Our greeting to you is of cheer and confident hope. Our
feeling toward you is of deep appreciation for the encourage
ment and patronage you have given us, and an optimism thatif
we continue to co-operate we shall be able to make this com
munity more prosperous and better in everyway. Our wish
is that this may be the merriest Christmas you have ever spent.
Commissioners Proceedings Congregational Church Notes
Fo1hy '. Mnrsh
W. 1. William'
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Charles r.h.; os
Dcla;- AsTif .rd
O. D." Hedge
(trace 15akcr .
Vcbstcr County Treasurer ,
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3 io Bringing the Homeless Child
35 To the Childless Home
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l'irlii''i n I ilu Wn'i s ' Imi tiiiiir to
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1 1 rtlf mmiI ill li-i:iii Ji.s work lierr mi
.1 ui 71,1). lH2't lie will neenpy the
S ti'ivr Iiohsii on till uvcniio
IL S. Proudfit Lbr.
W.' E. Toap
W. Jones ......... .......
Mnlone & Gcllatly Co.
Jufi .' Ellvey 1
iflt-TOOl. PAltM FUND
Standard Oil Co .
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W. jfjfor'B iro
Dr. T, A. Pace - -
Thut is tin; i n sit of t li
- IC E0 Chililt en's llfituu SK-lety
what tlm siieU'ty litis liuon doiiij; in
208 25 Nebraska for twu-nty nine yi'iir1 In
..-300 89 Hint time It Iihk emeil for !i,0()0 i
1C9 9Q ilrcn; for 1,010 in tliu jenr cnilTtiK
G6 70' Mny 1., l'.'Jiulono
18 00 Hum roils of Hk cliild-wnr Is linve
9 CO Krown up, nmler tlifgiililunce iin.l in
G2 40 Hpiiution of fost'o.r-pnrents, until today
15 00 llll'v '"' I'l'spi-cti'd adult uitii'.'iiih of
8 44 tbclr coiuimimtles
2120 But now tlm soeMj's work lias ex-
tj ,, p inded beyond its unpuuity It noids
17 00 a ''"UK". H'l-'i'ivltiu sttition win' ft' its
witrus iiiii v up rnipn mr tint injr Mio
wot'ks hut mny el. ipse between tliu
timn of ilu-ir ii'i'i'ptiun and tlm llnd
lnu of Ii mius for them. Tills Iiiiiiik is
mi to hi" mi orpjiiinnije; it is strictly
and siilcly a temponirv rof i(" llete-
- entluiBliistle mid oilier. lie loved
his work, he loved, the parish lie hived
tlm people. They were a foil too tnl.:
alive nt times. They did enjoy telling
him JiiHt how he .should preach and
act mid think and do. Hut It wiih alt
so well meaning that It failed to uimoy
lif in. Sometimes when he inl;:ht l.:iu t
ueen aiino.vcii ne iieunme iimuri'ii r. jf
vii ni(iiir,f ii ii m t-miiu iiiii net ii i.- "J4
cad. It was mi inueh the better way. j to iwij Iftlp
The minister was extremely nttrno ffij jfc Ol JM.G1.1---
ve. Bvcry woman In the lmrlsh lun-.v Kft mam
that. Kvcry man udmlred the mln li
ter, too. His was n most I'lif-'nliu;
But thliiKS beentne u trllle awkwnrd
when It nppenred ns though the min
ister could not talk to nny one of the
opposite Hex for more thnn ten minutes
without arousing observations.
And how weary he did get of bolus
told he mustn't take the Inst piece of
enke In a dish. It was no tiresome a
bit of so-cnlled witticism.
He rcnlkcd that It might be dldlcutt
for a minister to be permitted to
choose a wife for himself. He some
how had a new admiration for minis
ters who appeared to have done their
own matrimonial choosing.
He feared that one might even take
almost anyone to dodge the coustnnt
comments and chatter on matrimony
which an unmarried man seemed to
And then the minister fell In love!
Oh, mildly and rupturously In love,
And with a girl from out-of-town whom
people said was not the typo for a
minister's wife, at all, nt all. And the
minister had said he hadn't looked for
a type, he had picked nut the one he
had cared for. i,jj
lie even heard peoiile whlstierlng I (v.
"A nnip who had i ijOj
Chains, Fobs, Rings,
Kum-A-Part Buttons, Shaving Sets
wrist Watches, Rings,
ig w Parisian Ivory, Cut Glass n
i For the Home-
h Phonograph, Player Piano, Piano,
if Silver Table Ware, Decorated Glassware
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w Kodaks, Kodak Albums, Kodak Self Timers,
S Tripods, Negative Albums
Ji-j For Kodak Service son Dk firsf mid Save Yourself the bother
Gifts'- Tli at Last
the word "vaiiip."
iiywuriwirii8 mrmxrmuwM iirtuw
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ii uu torore, eiiildren have been hour Nil in
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NbWrthcr foil, mess zipreanng the the munhpr has reauhud a point win-re
BoHruuljourhcd sine die. , thin Is not tin adcipiate atrmgem in.
B. F. PEU11Y, County Clerk Thut is why I ho soeloty is nsiilng the
I' .. . Ip'opln nt" Xi'liniska in .lantmry for
fiJ'TL- I i C". i $'.ll,Wii, with uhioh to hiuld the re.
P LlgUt Eitemal .cuivmir utitlmi. Ln-. lmvu ulremly
r Well Received ' ' 0J" ,,i",n,t.'oii iiiit-m.i ixinii-vimi,
" 'J2J Oniiilirt, iiiar the Old L'eoplo'ii Home.
On.Sumlnv iilht tliu Communltv ' t" M' ,,,t bullillinr i- eieeted, the su
Chon'is presented that foi-nntifu: e t" will tlnimu.. It-umimmI operntliin
tJl.rihtmas CiiiitiiU, "The I.tht liter b-Irlv..te. enntiibiitloi.s, u it h:i, in
iml.'at the Hes-e niidltorluui to u ' imt. without jvifolln iippeiil.
Jfu'wiuid iinnreelutlvo umllenee. Miss i Tl,l! worl of thohouiety lsBtiite.wiile.
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hoini-lo ehildien I'nim
county unit bus fntu.d
tho eltbrtis. Hlimved nnirlcod ability in i-liMiwt cvei v
tier line. honi-s In eveiy county suvh mvun
TliJi.'soiiKS told of tlieChrlstmas Ottcu the child is plueud. the society
nosi;?iei in 'fiimint. worilh and swot ! wutchub over it until it foei-om.'S
3i u sf tl' Each number was well ren
defed'knd rcetdvdd ivell merjited up.
?'.nnst Mrs, II. d, lie, 9Compun et,
p.'rforned her tnk In a very pleasing
MrV'lllackleriKc ma(lu a short but
pleasant tulle, urlPK the audience to
nhow ,elr nppreoliition ty ".suyltiR It
with money," and a free will clTuriiiR
was tnlcnn by s yount; ladies which
.nbtttfd $10.00. It had been stutod jttht
jiTBVliiiiH.tliat tlru expense in produu
ng tlid cantntn, not iuuliullnt,' rent of
auditorium, wiih fSO.,00 beside hcvernl
We, ule liiueeil sin prl-ed that tliu of
Sjrlut,' was no larger. With such u
ipleptlid cutcrtaimiiuiit put mi by tic
twenty-one, t;mrlliitf against nhuso or
noleu'.. The treiisurer i?. Fred V,
ThomiiH, vice president, Fiist National
U.iiik, Omiiha. Nub. Mall your eontrl.
butlons to him, l O. Uox IODj, Omaha.
A sppel'il rate of only 32 a yenr tor
the Lincoln DttHy Joinnivl or M a year
Including Sunday is now buliitf made
in Nebraska and adjoining states, if
order Is sent In during December. The
fcKislvtlvo Mission and the battle for
U wer taxes the coming year will make
The Journal desired by evry NobriibKa
Irtinily. The .lonrual Is delivered on
in. ht rural routes on the dn.v prlntud,
IXmimuulty Choi us and the large nurc-' nouily u day ahead of mo-it other
the i IT n i g pipi-i's. Try Th .Inuri.iil the eoniing
vu exc'ieiltd over $200 IX)
Mr yf people piesi-nt
Sunday hjhoul (lt 10 a. m,
Morning KMiniiii: A Chilstunis Her
Erunlm;: Clunuus eXiTclso-sby the
'STble School. 'Jt '
General pruyer nud confirencouiuet'
int.' Wcduohday evebliig at TtfO,
Cordial luvltutiou to all not worship
Ine elsewhere. : ' .vN -
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Ararat thin liargaln Unto.
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paintp.
And Electrical Supplies.
The', best place for PJctTure
Ho Cane I tj the Ci-npcl and Told of
H a Cngaoamcnt.
ensniued l.n' ," Miiueniie Mild. He In
qulri'ii wie -...rluus dellnitlons of tue
word ",:i;i"," He aliiioat failed to lit
nnui.-'ii; l.. I- ,u m u angry. And
this wis the .!.. it. Clulstmas sen. u
when Ie nud ,..od will aliouhl Jiu.o
In en In the heiut-i i,' his people 1
.V r.i, n told lihii : "vamp" was it dan
A vwainn fold h':n :i "vamp" win n
woi.iiiii Vithout in.insple. .
A jmr.c boy told luiu a "vntnp" v is
u mlMitiilei'xMo.l. itnuu'i tit lady wiih
hi'UHe i n up h to .t;i.ech.te that "men"
of sexciiiein vin tot children.
An oculist told him ihnt a "vamp"
m.i.. nn ndipt nt the piisnifole uses if
:! - ( nnisel'f.
An old man udd a "vtiiup" wu.s a
'.' it iittlo ill.
And a mother told him ti "viinip"
v- us a dnnj'eroiis ejenturo from whom
ei'.y mother sh uld keep u son as
fr. i.i a ilo'ully iiuImiu,
A youiig sli'l told him hhe cnvleil n
"mnp" and wished she could be called
And a father told h!m that a "viimp"
wes one from whom It is best to keep
invay the son, but whose society It
was nil right for an older mini to en
He sought the dictionary's version
and found "Vnnip" described ns-dealing
with such things us feet, short
hose, partS'Of boots and shoes, nuMc,
and various other thing?., -
They were making the Christ inns
i lit. nk fit it. i tin tin 1 1 1 it nil ti will itliim tlui
I-,.viiitiiw-r- nn iiiv . ti tit vtl nnii iii
iulnlter eii'pe Into the chapel ami !'! 1
then all of his engagement.. L
"The wedding Is to ho on Chrlsti.nn
eve," he said.
i:eryone slopped winding grnttvl
pine and looked nuiur.ml. They n .t;
tend congratulations, and then (
future wife appealed and woiked wn i
And then'thny all begin to feel .
tor. For while they had been jzo-.n !
lug and iiuarrellng iieltlly as they I., d
worked, the future wife of the minis
ter brought with her the spirit nf the
Christinas season. Perhaps she n "'t
a typical wife for a minister tnty c- u
eluded, but she wna an Ideal wife for
For fcho lived and breathed Kood
will and cheer and her gaiety fi'i'sh
enet the very Ptipphrn- of the plajv
and g.te theut i.ew Incentive.
The minister 'callfd her his "vaiul"
Ills definition .of me was: .
r'-A Merrv f'hrlstiniiu tn l-nnt llf"
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WII15N CHRISTMAS TIME COMES WE AR15 WONDERING WHAT TO GIVE AND
WHAT IT WILL COST. BELOW IS A PARTIAL LIST OF THE USEFUL GIFTS AND
PRICED TO MEET THE DEMAND OF LOWER PRICES FOR GOOD MERCHANDISE.
WOOL AND SILK HOSE
GLOVES AND MITTENS
SCAKF AND CAP SETS
In white, in the fancy colors.
or dark goods
SILKS FOR DRESSES
Arc always useful and a sure
Arc still scarce and hard to
get, have an all linen 71-in.
width nt $2.00. Also a few
numbers iu tabic cloth all
ready to hem 8x4 at $2.25.
lYvl FtA' j!. nil Vs'
&& H SblyQ&i
Qlesa the Child.
A little g'rl who had recovered rrotn
t4l. ,i . -ip" '. ..'iii.-r'. il t'i"t b
was glad she didn't die of It, ho'-ami
"Ond would not like little consilium
itngois." Itiwton Tninscrlpt.
One of the" strangest tilings in this
world Is why a' womjni will tell tljn,
neighbors huiUiiifsliter can sing when
theli curs uro perfectly obvious. Dal-
lUNcwa.v , -. Sl'.v,yri-i . VC,
llleeii Fiy, Uowiird FrMdo and ability of the applicant to slug and I 's
Zelinu Wond.rly, of Ho I Cloud No- hnow'uclgc of niublo. Miss Won'd.er y
ill Hhku. urf popular htudeiils nt Ne Is third vlo-picMci:t of the Order f
btfibkii WVbleyan this year. Mr Fry .tlm Ooldrn Chain, a mooIhI orgnrbt
is beoretitry .of bo Oxford club, mi ! tlou at Wesluynn. She is also a n)eiu-
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orgittiizitllon tor the
linlveibity. Mr. Frlsblo js a momber
of the Wesloynn Glee Club, member.
hip to which Is determined by the
.. ..rfV.H ri.i. :s
. . A " 'j T' "i' 1 1 1 U '.
mlnlhterhil stu four of the Agassi?. Association, wH'ch
Ni'brnsU.i Wesloyan Is compofod of'ineinber.s elected .from
the Nuture Study class who uro inter
c'gted'in' suebfyork aud who also miilu-
tulu certain scholastic standing.
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