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RID CLOUD, HBJNtASYA, OSXlf
, GRACE EPISCOPAL , j
The Chinch of Jesus Christ to day
needs more men and uoniuji who fool,
the gtvut ptesstiio if the tnk, itml not
only tin? tif-k hut also the wonderful
nppoi Utilities which aro theirs
If the Church does her vvoik on
mrth it iiitist 1'iivo Ihe help and oop. (
trillion of its uictiibeis. 'L'lllXKl Ao
you doing your pirlV If each of ns
who cull ourselves Christian would ilo
our best to follow out the followitlgj
"Community Church. Uoutltinles" tliuio(
would be some win lerful changes In
Itl.SM'd HIH tlll'V who III o Willing to
do what the run when ashed to homo
LhesM'd ate they who conic to Chinch
ami on time J
Messed ate they who bring some
ine with them I
Westell lire they who make special j
tffort Income to Chinch when itstonii'.'
Messed aie tlioy who send their!
children to Sunday School. J
ltleseil are they who Hud delight In I
ihsWing hnuiU with others j
Messed are they who fully leaHzej
tint they have a duty to perform ft r
the Christ and his Church, and do it
This ohuroh Invites you to attend lis
erlees and you will receive a cordial
Itev. Lhisil S. Daughetty.
church to give a Minuet social euch
autumnal nonsuit to the aged people of
the entire community. This annual
gathering was held at the church to
il iy A bountiful dinner was provhled
Hi Ilic open iirf featuie of Mils special
d iy, Then cnino tl.o social hour which
was 'olioweii li. an iuti test lnjr pio
grain uoiiistlii of devoMotials, tniiiic
mid liiief add levies Tliese moit es
tocined guest of the occ.islon highly
appreciate such special tecognltloti
and it In ought j y iih well to the heat is
of all who liulpi'd uiaUe possible biich
a delightful coming together.
We naw Hiothcr Win ry Cope in Huh.
ili:s this weeh Ho w.u looking wist
fully towards hi- old tami.lar liauuts
in lied Cloud
One of the most plPiiMiiablo thlius
wliluh we have met up with in our new
fluid is our well urgaiitcd and most of
flcieiit chinch choir. It is u joj to a
pastor to have such helpful backing at
wo aiu huving In Mr. Itush and Ids
Tho Sabbath Is approaching We
ahull meot in Sunday School session at
10 o'clock At 11 o'clock tlio pastor
will conduct Divine Woishlp. In the
evening at 0:15 the Epworth LoiMUe
Devotional hour followo 1 by the ser
vice of tho evening. You are welcome
to attotid all thoiu services.
Methodist Church Notes
II. (J. Wilcox, Pah i ok
Lsst Sunday was a da of teal in
spiiation with splendid congiegationH
present both morning and uviiisng ;
The pastor brought a morning message
from 1 Cor. 0 -0, In the evening an
Kpwoitli League plalfoiiu meeting was
condu -ted. Intensting talus Who
given by Miss Hveljn Hansen and (Sit i -lauditdier.
An Inspirational uiidnss
tollowid which vvm, given by Mr. Wll.
I'OX Special niii-ie, tpiilti.il singing
and an impress ve installation oiviee
euntilbuled to make umos" Intel cstin
The p-istt.r and wife weie called to
Hustings on .Mouda of tills vvtcK, one
to at tvii'l a Dlstiiet Mmisteiial gathei.
ing and the t.lhei touttc'id the Annual
Cotiveiitinu of the Nebiiisku state W.
C T. U Our new Dlstiiet Biipciiu-t-ndeiit,
Pi. M ) tillbeil piv.ided
over lh" uiluUtui iul inciting in whieli
iifty iiiinisteis weie pudctit. i
ft is i ur uiideistiitiliiig that the olllc
fis Jl W'bstcr Cou.ity W. C T. I mo
pluttii ng to put on a W. C. T U. meet
big In lie I Cloud in x r Sunday night
with II v. Mr-, limes, S'ate KepieMii'
ative. a- the speaker of the evening
It is an hoiioicd eiiitoiu of thu Wo
tin i. s llime Missionary boeielj of our
Miss Lois Litiiiiigiiii spent Friday
with Mrs. Earl Abbott.
11. A. Simmons has rented hi-, faun
and is moving to Lebanon.
Dr. II, M. Tweedy is tho new County
Kngineei of Smith County.
Quite a number in this vicinity aro
sick with colds and sote tin oat.
Mr and Mm Chan. Wray and child
ren spout Sunt! iy at the Mao Joties
Miss M.uy I'pp has hud a seveio at
tack of npiHinluMii- but Is hotter at
Miss Lois L iin. ;.' in spent. Tuesday
and Wednesday u th her sister, Mis
Mis. K K JSpuirler shipped lllteen
Ciiuny blnls to a Iduisas City blid
eompiny last weik.
Mrs Hi nest IYpciimu is at home
after a Wi e'.i's visit with liei pueuts,
Mr. and Mis. . O V.iuee in Lebanon.
lOari Atibott uml wife ic' timed home
lasL week 1 1 ii a live weeks visit with
Han's patents and other lelntiu1-, In
Indiana. Tliey made tho trip in a car.
Nothing to Brag Of.
An advertisement leads: "The best
nuts are grown In America." True
enough, but why brag about 'em?
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 make 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
rjtnrnrnn3iiiiEijniiTcrt amp pTTf-G-T?i i unn in ni? ipptt ' t1
The Showing of New
Fall Suits and O'coats
Better Values Than Ever
Kuppenheimer, Cloth Craft
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$18.50 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00
$27.50 $30.00 $32.50
$35.00 top to $45.00
New Fall. Hats Caps, Shoes and Furnishings
Trade With the Old Reliable
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
25 YEARS OF GOOD SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE OF
RED CLOUD AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY
Tun nhler I t!i't tho nunc nnlous 1
urn to mind my own business nil the
A unotl Intellltfcnu' test is '-flltl to
he u loin: stictch of mad ami u tin
that l.s uoildtif: fine.
All some imlltichins ueeil to win nn
(lei tlou Is n Miiuliir urieviiiue n::1'
mi unlimiteil vouibulnry.
A (niiihlniitliiu of wood sense, hard
ii oik, uml eiiiiiumy will uiiiku u suc
cess of almost nn tiling.
Lots of folks who criticise the
church don't atteml often enough to
know what they me lulkln about.
Few people have any use for prayer
ns Ioiik iih the.v tire In ood health
and everything else jjous all rifjlit.
Foreigners who klelc on conilitlous
at Kills Island shiiuhl lememher that
they me not compelled to ko theic.
The reason a Ilartinton joiiiik man
tears his elpirets In two Is because
tie Is (on lusty to ilruvv the smoke so
It Is no tro'ihle nowinla.vs to pick
out the ho.vs and Kills who will have
to work hard for a living in later
In these da.vs of newspapers a pros
pectlve Juror who has lormed no
opinion h.isji't v-'mmh sense to form
If jou li.ive enough of a sense of
humor to laugh at jour own foolish
Ide.w .vou will never go so very tar
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THBKE'S NOTHING LIKE
Surely the foundation of dress is the underwear. However the under
clothes are very important the year round. They simply are the main
factor in winter. We carry a very high grade of knitted underwear,
and you will find our stocks are replinished with the kind you will like, as
to the long wearing and washing qualities which our brands maintain.
Childrens Underwear : Women's Underwear
Once in a while an honest to good
ness Auieilcan cltleii gets to run for
olllce In a big clt.v hut he Is rarely
It must he wonderful to he n rofnr.it
cr uml have nothing to do but tell
everjbod.v else what fools and clonks
The chances are that other women
have about the sunie opinion of yini
husband that jou haw of theirs, m
What is (he use of electing a legls
hit lire In Nebiaska net .vear? All
the really Important questions will be
settled by ballot.
I'liislness would boom all the time
If business men would go after It us
ardently as refoimers go after sue
cessful business men.
Keep the kiddies well and in school.
You all know the Carter's underwear
is way ahead the average, and we
recommend Carter's silk and wool
in elbow and long sleeves, flat seams
and made of the finest materials.
These are priced at -
$2.25, $2.50, $2.95
Carter's one half wool, all sizes, with
full length sleeves in cream and
gray. Priced at
$1.75, $2.25, $2.75
Children's heavy fleeced union suits
, taped and with buttons, sizes from 2
..ycurs to 38 years, white only.
med at 8Se aud $1.25
Chilren's fleeced union suits, medi
mum weight and elbow sleeves,
sizes'from 2 to 16 years. Priced at
Women's heavy fleeced union suit
in long sleeve, elbow length and no
sleeve, ankle length. Priced at
$1.49 to $1.69
Women's fleeced union suit, well
made, in all styles and sizes.
selling at 98e and $1.26
Women's two-piece garments in
wool and fleeced.
75c to $3.50
Women's part wool hoss in black
and brown, gray and Beaver,
59c to $1
Silk and wool hose in the nexv stripe,
in grey, black and cordovan.
$1.50 to $1.95
Ibid Mlckel had a lot of trouble
uetiln his best glil to .say she loved
him but lie finally sipieeed the in
formal Ion out of her.
riother, probably already by your experience, you have found that by reout
ffttihg everyone of the family in the fall with new underwear that you will
realize mere wear .by. adding a new suit here and there. And also another
l' J' fact that as many brands of underwear is not of the same weight is advis-
' able to buy ao much of your stock at once as you can, so as to assure the
j j same weight throughout and thus not expose any of the little folks or your-
I f ' self by wearing different weight underwear in the dead of winter.
r.lb won't believe it but too lib
eral use of pancal.es, maple svrui
and snis.ige can do as much harm tr
n man as a stiong pipe.
If m.v old reliable Dodge HihIk out
that Marry Hraluerd called It n Ford
It Is liable to knock him four times
as high as that Omaha car did.
One SlntiK City hotel 1 nn ovldentl.v
lends Nebraska papers and believe
all he reads lie made me pay In ad
Mince for a room die other night.
The notion that everybody can hi
prnspi roiis all the time Is as rldicul
ous as the notion tint all children o
the .same age should weigh the same
A mean partial. her says it is ea'.
to pick out the iiiionipeteut chlldrc
bi sihool. Their patents ure nlvvii.v
'king about the teachers being m
If (Jeorge Slow ever conies to visit
me I am golin. to feed him on" frl i
I ver uml stewed tin nips. When As
ood ionics I'll cut out the liver am
eive the turnip-, raw.
The reason I like winter hettr
than summer Is because I can alway
put on more i lollies In winter lur
there is a legal limit to how much
can take off In summer.
lm -:3"n ." '.171 t ; tsutHntm '!,'ij .;.iJsgr .eariJ- mtr i mm
One Price to AH
We Give S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
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'i ry ri t. vw. - .
5jg" t---Bfer ssraajfcrJi-rjg-!
The man whd ulvvajs says tho right
thing at Ihe tight time Is not apt t
he inin h of a talker.
If Ilkby. and Cecil Matthews am1
some others don't shut up my plpi
may become a political l-sue In Ne
braskn nei ,ear.
An unkind editor wants to know
why it Is Unit so many men who an
employed as seiretarlcs of chambei
of i oininerce mid other business 01
gmilatlous are men who hive maih
a failure of their own all.ilis.
Al .Mathers fell and sprained lilt
foot the other day. I.ucky it wasn't
his vocabulary. .
Joe OVurey Is offering a dolh.
each for dosciiptlons of women'
stockings. I'll bet a dollar he get
tho Information himself uml bnvc
A fellow told me the other day thai
he won't brllere an, thing ho can't
understand. All rlirht. how Is It pos
slblo for a lilacft ioiv to eat grceti
gruss and produce white uillk?
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