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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1922)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. DECEMBER 28, 1022
Serious Auto Accident
GBAlE iPlSC'CPAL '
On l-'rJay the 22n. ve had" cur'
Chrh.:nao trc r.rd .-at r th MHH)wmu .i..int i.-n o'clock,
SMtdvy actaot, their paveiit, cm-'Miioiiiir hut itmumow t nrvidunt mv ;
.,.. ants and, fiier.di of the church. .Cu,mt east of thiooity. itl tin- ccinc-n '
.' : ' ,. m. Kov. .'I I ira- '.eld a' tu-u.ro on ih- o.lU'ii It 1 highway
d appvopr crt'.e f re- i.iit tin , Hunts ioIiUmiui'.
ot tMaiuMfflP.'flaai'iincTiw,! iTii"f yoowttoaraa jki
WE WISH YOU ONE' AND ALL
A Very Happy New Year
and thank you all for the patronage
given us the past year
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, Cv . every
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j. -i )f toys
E. H. Newhouse
w i ' . - i f
May the New Year. Bring
Evr kcreasbg Happhess and
Our appreciation of your patronage
and that of others . you may have
directed our way is expressed in
this wish to you
THE STATE BANK OF RED CLOUD
i Capital & Surplus $60,000.00
IN THE SPIRIT
It is the joy of (jiving, rather than
the pleasure of receiving, which ,
makes Christmas the best holiday
of them all.
And in business, the spirit of giv
ing means just one thing Service.
To the people of this community
whom it is our privilege to serve
every month of the twelve, we
desire to oxtend our appreciation
of this pnvilege'by wishing yu
jr ro 7
& Prosperous- .
Nappy RSow Year
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Attend the Wolf Hunt Monday
:-nd u cful ar iclos inn a pos
l', fie nc-cro 3l of i ienda
'W in the EihI wo actcc'. aa Santi Glaus
lkto our Mis d n. Caady, lv.t , r.n
y 'oranj r..:d an apple were pfca to
tlcvcrjonr prcsant after which the
IDoxol ty was aunjj and the Rev. J.
il. Bates pronounced the bcnc"ic'ion.
xk Ever one departed with the feeling
I that a mist en lovable time bail bci
On Sunday morning at 10 a. m.,
the Suidi'y Sdiool met 'n regular
eifion, and at 11, the Master Masons
(Oh-rity Lot'ge A. F. & A. M.) at
tended se vice. The regular service
of morning prayer was given.
The text of Mr. Hardman's address
was: Alicah C chapter, B verse.
"He hath slnwod thee, O man, what
is good; and 'hnt doth the Lord ro
quire of thee, but to do justly, and
to love, mercy and to walk humbly
with thy Lord?"
The church was well filled. On
Monday morning (Christmas Day)
the 'service of the Holy Communion
was hem at 10 a. m. xne Kev. J.
M. Bates, was celebrant', assl ted. by
Kev. Samuel Hardnu.n. Mr. Bates
made a short address 'to the congre
The spirit of Christmas wus shown In
the community exercises Ht the Audi-
toiium lust Srttuidav evening. Before
six o'clock the lobby whs crowded with
puople waiting for the dours to be
The first thing that met their eyes
wus the Chrlstmns tree, beautifully le.
uijruteil at one side of the stage. The
pronriira started with the orchestra
plnyini; h belectloei and the orowit
stood up as Rtv. Hardmuti offered the
The story of The Shoerasker and the
BIvbb, which is in most of the school
renders, was improvised into a play, by
Mrs. George Kailey. This took aom
thirty oharctrs, tbe priucipal onu
T)'eitig: Rushel Pranta, sbocmaker; De
Ette Corner, bis wife: Allan Walker.
Bobble and Laird Wolfe, 'the Klves;
EdnaKoontz, mother; Elizabeth Mizer,
neighbor; Robert McFarland and Irene
Mays', wealthy couple; Mr B. H. Goble,
tianta Claus; and groups of children
The play was well noted, and tbe di
minutive characters pleased tbe audi
ence very much, us judged by the ap
plause given This all showed much
Ingenuity on the part of Mrs. Kailey
At tbe conclusion of tbe program
and before the treats were distributed,
Fred Maorur mude a few announce
ments and extended thnnks to Mr.
Linn for the free use of the auditor
ium; to Mr. Hugh Miner for the lsrgii
tree hy the stae; Mrs. W. H. Muliridu
for tlm dui'orittluns of the little true
used in tint play; to tho nuwhp.ipern
for nil thftlr publicity; lo the childien
i tut their line proginui mid haul pmc.-
ii'ilng foi'Nime; Lo nil tin' uuiitt ibutoita
'of money that niul tlu Ciiumunity
tCbrleUuix puMnOI.' and to all the iuiiii
i Tieu tHs nrrltil i1 Iriauta OJ.il t t-
CHpH il Uli liil( iui.iit(,'i IJrt u .!!.
tt .n th' 1'wiuijn i.' n Ui' wifAim.
liifcrid t n; il -i i bniKliutr (t ( be
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ill 1 H'lt 1 l li'll ililil ii- 11 niivi- hum
b in nut for 11 1 lib- in lflio fuuiK,r,-
Kmd eoupo, and wen totiuiilia; to
ti.unwlu'ii (lie iIk'IiIs ueut out mid
I'm I Hits diiving slowly, lollowiug
Cln-t Unbeils InKi toivn, when a car
k''ilnu east with Mkjiik lili'S blinded
Cm and liiiw In such a matiner tint
tln ear hit the south paiapxl nt the
bililge, causing it lo full over on Its
side in 11 hole about' ten fool deep lit--ileal
h the lulilj:t).
As suoii ns Curl trot out ol the winch
ed ear, he spoke to Lew, but found
him uncont'Cloub and took hlni out of
the cur anil came to town wheie he
summoned medical nbsisiHiice, who
with others, brought Lew lo Dr. Mar
tin's tdllce where It was found that he
wus badly injured about tbe face, and
be underwent uu operation which
caused him to lo.se one eye.
It Is thpngbt that be lilt the broken
glass in tho wind-shield which cut his
face and eye. Carl escaped without
much injury. Tbe wrecked ear was
brought to town Tuesday morning.
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Lew Walters Passed Away
Lew Waiters, who whs raiauy injur
ed in p abtotnobile accidout While out
;rldlngAtipday-eVenlng, passed away
nt'Dr. Martin's "hospital this morning
at six o'clock without ever regaining
consciousness and tbe untiring efforts
of tho physicians proved to be of no
Lew was born at Connorsvillo, Ind.,
Match 0, 1870 and won nged 52 years, 0
months unit 1U davs lie- came to tins
county with his parents in 1872, and
has resided Here ever since.
Lew has been our neighbor and
friend forithe past twenty years and
mude his homo with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Walters. He was un
experienced mechanic In thti art of
building concrete work and for many
years has followed this tiude. He was
kind hearted and always ready to help
those in need.
Besides bis parents, three brothers,
Will, Ed and Charles, two sisters Mrs
Anna Goodwin and Mrs. Teubrt, and
one son Lawrence are loft to monrn
his untimely death.
Tbe fnneral services will probably
be held Saturday afternoon.
The Chief along with tbe entire com-
mnnitv extends sympathy to tbe be.
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and malco this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and we are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
WE WISH YOU A
Happy and Prosperous Year 1 923
and avail ourselves of. f his oppor
tunity x to express our sincere
thanks for the courtesies shown
.-.,-. in -the past ' !
THE R. P. WEESNER CO.
W. T. Gravet Diet Suddenly
Walter T. Graves, who las been
working in this office for the past
oix months, vfat found dead in bed
this morning at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Kent where he had been
staying. The doctor was summoned
and stated death wan caused from
heart trouble The decerned did not
work Wednesday afternoon owing to
a slight illness and the Kent family
were shocked very much this morn
ing to find when they called him
for breakfast that he had passed to
the eternal home.
Mr. Graves spent Christmas with
I his wife and relatives at Kansas
City, and they were shocked to hear
of his demise. Ho was a printer of
many years cxpcrcncc and w:s n
good workman whom could always
be rehed upon Ho several years
"o run r. ncwiaper t.t Upland and
before earning t th city evrned a
pi ti.re s'jow a,U A'drjvi. He va-i
a menber of lb- FLV e ivh,
flnce co-nisf here .ewib in th choir
van Cmf ti oijtm.aii, i piey pf. of, that chojeh cr.d Uvd i. yUV-Con
tilUii tor the Ui plAwiw nHin. J f. '
A .wife, who is i i poor health at
Km as City, two
daughter u o le-ft
no!a&'es wll ha hcivj Friday
morning and accompany the body to
Kansas City, for interment.
Tho wUtorJiextendsjhfs heartfelt
sympathy6itthe bereaved ." ones.
Having .opened, shop in the TRINE HARDWARE
tore, I am now ready to do your
Plumbing, Heating and Electrical Work
at reasonable prices-guaranteeing first-class
anaaship and courteous service.
GIVE ME A TRIAL AND BE CONVINCED
At Trine's Hardware
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nf li itti. iiir Mlmlfh' mii'il goner
cuts h lp mid niithf.ti'iloil to it iuik
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pie mid direct inuihod ot trunsl.iting
iChiiMiims genoioslty Into (eiins, nf
1 henlth. Imniiino-H, good cheer, thtis-
sencc or'.tho Chribtmus bpirltS'fomhe
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to mou n hi d
Hess Stock and Poultry Remedies
nw Are the Best in t!ie market and are Fully Guaranteed
HESS PANACEA I
will keep your h-ns in health and make lliem lay .V.S
HESS LICE POWDER JR
Kill Lice on IowU cad Animals $ ft
HESS ST0CSC TOHIC '
for all kirtA of nmwal. Alto Roup Kemetly. !-letiv Powdei I Jis'cm- m
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