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D CLOUD, MJEBfcAIKA, CHIEF
THE RED CLOtift CHIEF
' ' Xt Cloud. NatirrtkV
PUBLISHED BVEKY THURSDAY
ntered In tho roitofljce At Hod Cloud. Neb
i BOcond Cjam Mutter",'
D. McArtTBUI K'Htor and Owner
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ForclJn, per column JncK 15c
The present legislature litis before
it four bills to put a crimp in the
motion picture business, the fifth
largest industry in America. edi
torship bill, that will not remove the
causes for criticism against the more
glaring faults of the pictures or the
business. It will, however, acid to the
stale pay roll and tax budget.
Another makes it imperative for
the showman to run two shows, one
for juveniles, and one for adults. A
very sensible idea to prevent a moth-
-cr attending picture shows with her slruclurc 0f oui. form of government,
umuicii uiiuuj- jo, ur cnwiiren uiuiur- . , ,. ,,, ,,, ,.,. Vivtiilnir
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to the heart of every right think
greatly to the mo'rattfy of' communi
ties, besides taking u. little, joy out of
Another Mil is prc?cnUvl to add a"
5 state tax on the gr6jSK,,ripv'chuc of
each theatre. As the industry is al
ready taxed to death by federal ttexos
It putty it up to the showman to quit
business or pass the tax on to, hie
natrons directly or to add it indirectly'
by. increasing the price of his shows..
'wniincr are wc icihuuk " v"jc-h.
islativo hulls? Are wc going to con
t'nuc increasing taxation and rcsmc
livo iMeasurcs, until jieoplc rcvolttanu
Rwing"tho pendulum as far to Vice
and excefs, as certain elements nro.
now tfiylng to swing it in the other
direction? Too much taxation mid
tvraiiical law, made Russia icd and
Is it going to continue in this coun
try until the snecious arguments of
the 'udicals will sound like common
sense to the average American man?
All these bills arc vicious and un
American In their intent, and should
be defeated for the best interests of
state and nat'on.
Every sane thinking citizen should
work for the defeat of these bills,
as they arc unfair and un-American.
Thoy contribute nothing to the wel
fare of the state or community, and
they do furnish hooks upon which the
radical element of the nation base
ilmir ni-frumonts to tenr down the
J 8 attending shows with a mother.
Another is aimed at Sunday pic
lure shows", which of course tdds
ing Amcr'can citizen.
Are your Hogs or Other Animals Troubled
with LICE? IF SO USE
THE DRY DIP
Inexpensive and easy to Apply
Sprinkle freely in the sleeping quarters
and directly on the animals.
, oHOIjD llY
CHAS. L. COTTING, t... .,
When you have trouble of any kind with
your Plumbing send us a hurry-up call and
we will respond "at once."
We realize the importance of giving
quick service at such times and we hold
ourselves ready to do so.
And if you have any Plumbing Supplies
to buy be sure to get our prices. We believe
they will save you money.
At Trine Hardware
With a Small Amount of Fuel ,j
Is the Most Essential Requisite of a Range
The South Bend Malleable Range fills the bill in
every respect, and more. It is the finest looking range
built, and is madeof the best materials. We would
be glad of an opportunity to convince you that what we
say is true.
( We have received notice from the wholesale
housevoian increase in prices of ranges effective Janu
ary 1 st, but we will continue to sell what few ranges we
have at the same old price.
GEORGE W. TRINE
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1 nhhi tvtfWa nc
Elmer ftimoca bus become UlfA iw
teredtcd in chicken tilling? jtfik'l on
i'xpert in, that line. )y, t", xjrp.
' StHMsMorbaritasU 'M.,the.icT; the
oilier uiljutlil'lnrt hiaJilp so badly
that hclvas unbblo to b(Tout.
Mrs. Aaron. Coliover in home from
her visit In Illinois.
S. II. Vlcrs and brother were up from
Guide Rock ,l tending Odil Fellows
lodge Monday night.
Hugh Miner is Iioiiih from Hot
Springs this ui'olt.
Mrs lidwii gave it tea in honor of
Mrh. Wallace on Tlnir.sduv evening
J. 11. Wisvcaivur Imn moved to Utlo,
wliere he will live In the fntuio on bis
The lim tit the mill Is Mulshed. It
sliuuld bo a miHtcr of congratulation
that Ktnl Oloud has now a far stronger
aud much more available water pow
er tbrtii Keainey or any other city in
lliobtato. Hod Cloud oiiK-'t to and
docs feel jubilant over the result.
Allic Albright has bib tips and
(Iowih, but his downs seem to be rath,
er frequent judging by the way be mu
down upoti tho street crossing the
other morning. Ho picked himself up
looked around to simi if anyone was
looking and then took to his heels at n
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Wo understand that Henry Cook has
established a branch store at Cora,
His Majesty, the ground hog. failed
to see his filiation last Friday, Febru.
ry Uutl, and according to tradition
spring weather will soon be hero.
Itc.l Cloud, the rfioux chief, whs the
guest of Professor Marsh, of Yale Col.
leje. It Is related In a New Haveu
paper that when a citizen there held
out a box of cigars, saying, "take one,"
Red Cloud iunocently helped himself
to a bunch. Will you have one?''
continued the entertainer, addressing
the Chief's companion, and the other
Indian slipped the other bunch ftom
the box Into his ulster pocket. "'
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Suntmy ssbool at 10 a. ra.
Morning Service 11 n, m. Subject:
EvenlnguUiesatj! I'he Clmrob an4f ,
.kIW. IJdson, Pastor. -
English Lutheran Church '
lU-'gular services every first and third
Sunday In the mouth In the Adventist
ehuich at II a. in
O. It. Ilelnitz, Pastor.
Congregational Church Notes
.Sunday School 10 a, in.
Morning service 11 a. m
livening service 7:!K) p. in.
hveryone welcome to these strvices
10 YEARS AUO .
Kd. Piatt was a passenger to ()inha
Monday. ' "
Will Robertson was iu St. Joe and
Lincoln this week - t
Floyd Turnure is home from Lincoln
this week visiting his parents'. (
I) E. Saunders Is in Omaha this
week taking iu the Cement Show ' '
Mr, Rineholtof St. 'Francis, Kansas,
was Iu town Monday visiting friendsi
Kennelli Wllliuuis of Geneva ivan-jn
tho city the first of the week vUitlng
W, II Tiber came in from Slienan
do ill, l.nvn, Saturday wheic he has
been laid up with a broken ankle.
Mr. F. W. L'owden will make Ids
semi-annual visit to the great clothing
markets located in Chicago next Sun.
Dan Garber of Riverton was on our
streets this week. The "Com King''
shelled his corn last week and now his
trials aud tribulations aie over until
Rpring.work begins on the farm.
The Chamber of Commerce was for
mally opened Monday night. There
was a large attendaucc of the initial
meeting and the organization promises'
to be a success right from the start.
The Bel, orchestra furnished delight
ful music for the occasion which was
The Ladles' Cl'o Club entertained
about thirty guests including the
school teachers at an open meeting
hold last Saturday afternoon at the
home of Mrs F. V. Covvden.
Garfield Community Church
Sunday Services us follows:
10 a. m., Sunday School. Subject
"The Spirit of Prayer "'
U a. m., Sermon: ''Ueal and
7:15 p. m. Sorvlee of Song and Story
entitled, "The Pu.k Rose."
The Olioius will meet Sattnday
evening for the final rohearsel or "The
Pink Rose" to be given Sunday even,
lug. Wo wjll meet, t the home of
"7. and Mis. ha Wagoner, at 7:iW.
The Pink Rose sorvlco Is a story of
Mis p. M Whittemoio written by
heisoll' of her wmk in New York City
ami how thru the ylft of a pink ruse
the life of a young ladv wns trans.
formed leading lo iho saving of bund'
reds ot others. The story is interspers
ed with eleven scngs arranged by I. 11.
Meredith. The entire service Is most
Impressive and inspiring
If j on havo anything to sell or want
to buy anything that you think your
nelghbur might have, say so on the
Ilullotln lloaul ninth of the Cltnroh
Dr.RB Y, HkMm
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in 'ft '.(tilf - ; Jf. 'it tit . "f J"'?'
It mo live In a house t' the vlilo of the
Wlivro the laue of inon mo by.
They nre kimI, Ihey are b.ul, they are
weak, they are strong,
Wise, foolish; no am I.
T1im why HliotiM 1 wit lit the scorncr's
Or huil u enlc's ban?
Let uic live la u Iiouhc by the side of the
And be a filcinl to man,
SIMPLE GOOD THINGS
TD KFOISK thf chestnuts tire nil gone
preiiare a few delicious dishes
using a l'ew cooked chestnuts. '
Chestnut, Raisin and Apple Salad.
Takf one cupful of seeded raisins
two ciipfuls of boiled che.-luuts, two
ctipfuN of tipple, (ini'-half cupful of
large grapes n ml one-half cupful of
French dressing, ('over tho raisins
with half of the tlresslug-and let stand
an hour. MK the chestnuts (peeled
of their brown &khis) anil dlcetl npplo
with the rc.-t of the dressing. Cut the
grapes In half, remove the seeds and
add to the other Ingredients. Servo
on shredded lettuce leaves,
Data and Coconut Sweeti. ,
Take two ciipfuls of dates, after
stoning, one cupful of grated coconut,
one-lialf teaspoonful of salt, one table-,
spoonful of lemon Juice and four
tablespoonfuls of sugar. Put (he
dates through a meat chopper, add the
salt aud three-quarters of a cupful of,
the coconut, and the lemon Juice. Mix
the Ingredients well; then form Into
round balls and roll In the remainder
of the coconut and the sugar.
Fruit Sweets. ' j
Take one cupful each of figs, seed'
ed raisins and dates, ptti through a '
meat chopper, add one tablespoonful
o lemon juice 'and two of" orange
Juice, with u -pinch of suit. Mix well,
take a small portion and form Into a
small oblong, roll In sugar aud prss
half a walnut In the top; place In a
dish dusted with sugar.
Whipped Cream Cake.
A simple, easy cake ro make nnd
serve, ami one which tlicwhole family
will enjoy Is this: Prepare a plain
layer cake batter and buke In two
tins. Whip a cupful of heavy cream
until stirr, niM threo tithlfspnnnfiils
of powdered sugar and a teaspoonful
of vanilla. Spr-eml over a layer and
put on the second. Cover the top
with the oremu mid garnNli with can
((P, 1921, Wetrn Nwnimier Union )
Golfer Cannot Overawing.
A leather device, lo hold the arm In
exactly the proper position while
swinging, Is now avallalile for the aid
of golfers anxiotH to improve their
game. The device, described and Il
lustrated Iu Popular Mechanics! Maga
zine, Is strapped to the left arm, and
allows the arm to be bent backward
Ihe necessary distance, but prevents
tm much bending.
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That's what you get when wc do
your work. There is no "ifs," "ands"
or "buts" about it. The paper stock is
right, ihe work is right and the price is
Wc print most anything and keep
our promises on deliveries. When you
give us an order you need not worry about
it until it is time for you to have the finish
ed job on hand. And then it will be there
even before you can remind us of the de
livery promise. - i
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THE Sarcophagus, or stone coffin, has been used by the
more civilized peoples since the days of the early
Egyptians. Jts successor today is the Norwalk Vault.
Luxuriantly carved and painted were the sarcophagi of the
Greeks and Romans, but the Norwalk Vault of moulded
granite combines quiet dignity with its rugged strength.
Scaled by hand, within the grave it becomes one solid
piece of eternally protecting masonry. For every funeral:
THE NORWALK VAULT
All Good Under lakers Recommend the Norwall:
the Best INSIST upon iff
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