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E2D ' CLOUD, " NEBRASKA, CHIEF
" AS TOLD TO US
Nest Thmsclay i . Tiiunkgivir.tf
(5. W. Trine is painting the interior
of his store.
i Rev. Duughcrty is driving a new
' Chevrolet cur.
Omar Wolfe spent Sunday here
Ruben Kocrtnu was a passenger
to Hast ngs Wednesday morning.
Mrs. II. R. Childress we:it to Hast
ings Saturday morn'ng to spend the
Mrs. Howard Foe and baby went to
Hastings Friday morning to spend
Clliafj. Holgrain went to Lester on
Wednesday to spe"d the day visiting
Twoicarloads of liogs were shipped
to the Kansas City maikets Sunday
morning- from here.
Mi .s Nina Simmons went to York
Wednesday on train 4 for a short
vMl with relatives.
The I. O. 0. F. lodge will elect of
fleers for the ensuing term at its
meeting Monday night.
T. H. Manlcy returned to Ox fori"
Sunday evening after spending the
day here with his parents.
Mrs. J. E. Krudig and children of
Roseland were pasengers from here
to Evnisvillc, Indiana, Friday.
J. A. Mc Arthur spent Tuesday with
his sister, Mrs. S. M. Carl, who re
sides at Long Island, Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ciow arrived here
Saturday ' morn'ng from Republican
for a short visit with relatives.
Chas. "Funk returned to Superior
Wednesday after spending a few
days here vis ting with relatives.
Miss Mary Peterson ar.d her mother
Mrs. James Peterson were pas.-engeis
to Hastings Friday mornfng on train
Mrs. Grant Turner and daughter,
Mi.'.s Opal, went to Ulue Hill on
Wednesday to spend the day with rela
M ss Minnie Traut spent Sunday
here with, her parents, returning to
her work at McCbok on No. 17 that
Several of the football fans arc
planning on attend ng the Syracuse
Nebraska foot-ball game at Lincoln
This week the Fire Department
icccived f.vc bundled feet of .new
hose which the Coune 1 ordered some
'llic Sterling F.c Orclie tra of
Hastings will furnish trio music for
the dance Thanksgiving night at the
C. A. Shceley went to Aro l, Colo
iado, Monday morning whcic he will
spend a few days attending to busi
Miss Henrietta Steward returned to
her home in Lincoln Monday morning
after spending the past few days
here with relatives..
Mrs. E. M. Gard went to Lincoln
Tuesday morning on train 4 where
slie wil spend a couple of weeks v'slt
ir g with her daughter.
N. C. Williams returned to his
work at Trenton Wednesday on
train 15 after spending the pa.-t few
days hero with his family.
There weic .seventy eight cars of
stock through here Sunday morning
for the" M'ssouri river markets.
They were handled in two trains.
Engineer and Mrs. E. A. Mitchell
arrived here from Akron, Colorado,
Thursday morning. Mr. Mitchell,
of this city, but who has been work
ing out of Akron for the past year,
intends moving here again, he having
taken the switch .engine in the local
Harry Roats returned to It s home
in Detroit. Michigan, Monday morn
ing, driving to Hastings and taking
the train from there, after spending
the past two week here vis tinjr with
relatives a.".d attending to irtishies
mntters, . .
R. C. Rhode Ulittul Red CoeUrel- for
a --li it Unit? $1 eaeh. Mis S. KKiiull
ron'li. Until.' liiH-U.
Mr.. Ut is. Turner went to Hastings
Satutday morning to spend the day,
ictu ruing home on No. 11 that even
ing. We are now prepared to giro reason,
able terms on both Now uud Used Cars
payable monthly or in a lump sum,
Ogle vie Dros
C. D. Ailcs, who has been spending
tit past mx weeks in dilVeront Cali
foi nia a ties, returned honjc F.riday
morning on io. lu.
Attorney Walteis returned to his
home at Hlue Hill Thursday morning
after attending district court heic for
the past lew days.
J. H. Railey went to Bird City,
Kansas Thursday morning where he
will spend a couple of das attending
to business matters.
J. I. Wines arrived here from Den
ver, Colorado Tlnir.Mlny morning on
train 1G to spend a few cays attend
ing to business matters.
Mr. A. S. Moore went to Concordia
Saturday morning after an extended
visit here w th his daughter, Mrs.
Chas. Turner and husband.
W. J. Linn went to Superior Sat
urday morning on No. 1G after .spend
ing the past couple of days here at
tending to business matters.
W. L. Hines and two children went
to Wymote Sunday morning to spend
the day with his parents, returning
home that evening on No. 17.
Miss Nellie Kailcy returned home
Thursday evening from Hastings,
where she went a couple of. days be
fore to have her tonsils removed.
N. B. Hush went to Obcrlin, Kan
sas, Tuesday morning to spend the
day visiting with It s mother and
sister and to attend to business mat-
McHride and Kaley state they will
hold "Old Time Dances" at the Audi
torium Hull Room every Saturday
night. Don't miss it this Saturday
J. W. Auld went to Kansas City
Monday morning on No. 14 where lie
spent a few 'days attending the live
stock show being put on there this
Mrs. John Arnell and daughter
were passengers to Fremont Saturday
evening where they will spend a
couple of weeks visiting with her
B. F. Mizer returned home on train
1G Thursday morning after spending
the pust few days in different towns
west of here attending to business
Mi. n r Pnu-nlt vnfiivnnil in Iior
home at Exeter Saturday mornng on
train 1 after spending a few days
heie visiting at the home of Mr. and
.Mrs. Oliver Powell.
Wm. Mackey who has been working
for the PiurlingUn at Ly ite, Wyo
m'ng for the pa.-t several week, ar
rived home Sunday mornirg for i.
..hort visit with his family.
Ernest Nelson and daughter, Miss
Glcndyln returned to their home at
MoCook Thur.iKiy morning after
spend ng a "couple of days 'neie visit
ing with his brother, Ray Nelson, and
Webster Encampment No. 2."j is
planning on holding a big class adop
tion the early part of December. Al
ready several cand'datc; liave been
secured and the Superior degree staff
will put on the woik.
Engineer L. Snow, who has been on
the Hastings-Red Cloud passenger
for the past six months, went to
Holdregc Monday to take the switch
at that po'nt, Hugh Kellcy taking the
passenger run out of here.
The Webster County Stock Judging
Team accompanied by County Agent,
H. R. Fnurch went to Kansas City,
Sunday morning where they will en
ter the contest being held there in
connection with the American Royal
Live Stock Show this .week.
Effective Thursday, the 22ml, the
Burlington will resume daily local
service between Red Cloud and Ox
ford. On account of the slump in
business on this line several months
rgo, the management cstablhhed bi
weekly service unt 1 such t.'mo ts the
buaines would warrant a train cftch
way every day.
Rfgulur service., every fir.it ntitl third
Sunday hi th,' mouth in (Ho Advent 1st
elm rcli ut 11 a in ,. t
Tiih uln, I linn 1 to all who vih to
workup with us
i) K. Heinit, Pastor
llllilo school Ht 10 u m.
Morning service At 11 u in , Subject
will lie itppioprin'i! to the Union meet
ings being held every evening
We join lu oerviuc on Sunday vmh.
lug at the MetliodUt'ohurcli. Also In
Union Thanksgiving servlce.on Thins
day nionilug ut 10:30, with sermon by
Rev. IL R. Tweedy. tf
I. W. EPSON Utor.
The Services of .Sunday will he ii9
Sunday School at 10:00 a. tn.
Seimott 1 1 n. ui. "And Bo ye Thank,
Ynuug' Peopled Depaitmetit meeting
a 1,7:30 p. in
Sermon, 7:45 p. ut., by Rhv. Jottea
The Lectuie Committee plans to
have a special speaker for the evening
at the second and fourth Sundays of
cueh month. Next Sunday evening
Rev. Jones Campbell who is visiting
his brother J. I). Campbell in this
community will preach.
The Young Peoples Department will
give a program of addresses centering
about the topic "Dulles to God" ou
The Young People's Department will
hold another Social at the Clin roll un
der the direction of the Social Com
mittee, Saturday evening. A part of
the time will be spent in eating for u
few mattets of business that could not
be cared for Sunday evening. The re
port of the Constitutional committee
will be considered.
The Musio Committee will piovlde
special music Sunday evening.
The Thanksgiving service will be
held at the chtituh Thanksgiving
evening. There will be music, talks,
readings, and a Thanksgiving address.
"If we confess our sins, he is faith,
ful and righteous to forgive us our
sins and to cleanse us from all tin
righteousness. As last Sunday wc will have our
Sunday School and Morning Worship
At 0:15 p. m. we will hnve Christian
Kndenvor then go to the' Methodist
church for the I'nion Service. We are,
privileged to welcome the Union Scr..
vices to this church this week and ate
glad for the'splendid messages being
delivered each night.
The Social Circle met with Mrs
Charles Smith on Friday of last week.
Plans were talked over for the Bazaar
At. the close of the business meeting
the hosiebb assisted by Mis. Luther
Crabill gave a delightful tea.
Sunday Next before ADVENT, Nov.
2."ith. This will be a great day in our
church Bishop Bcechcr will be with us,
and preBch for us botli morning and
We ure anxious that all of our people
as far as possible will be present on
this day. Let us make a special effort
to come to both Morning and Evening
Prayer. You will be well repaid for
your tiouble. There will bo special
music, for these services.
The Chinch School at ten o'clock
every Sunday morning.
.Morning Prayer ut eleven o'clock
'ereiy .Sunday morning.
Evening Prayer at seven thirty
o'clock every Sunday Evening.
Choir rehearsal Saturday evening at
You will find a cm dial welcome to
Rev. Basil S. Daughorty.
DauiHge to the extent of about $20,
000 was inflicted ou the Christian Home
Orphanage at Council Bluffs, Iowa, bv
floods from excessive rains and cloud
bursts ou the nights of September 23
and 21). Every building at this great
institution was damaged, the heating,
lighting and power plants rendered
usolesstfor several days uud t ho store
rooms in the basements of the buildings
were Hooded and thousands of dollars
worth of supplies ruined This is the
worst catastrophe that has ever befall,
en this work, and comes as a serious
blow when the institution was already
struggling to free Itself of debt This
institution is non-sectarian, receives
orphan and destitute children from all
parts of the country and is supported
entirely by the voluntary contributions
of charitable people. It lb appealing
to the public for a Thanksgiving oiler
ing to help overcome the losses by the
recent Hoods and to meet running expense-,
in the ''ally care of two hundred
and fifty inmates We have had calls
from those in distress in foreign dim.
tsand have lespoudml to them. Here
is a good woiW right here at home that
bus met serious iimit-le and is now
risking ns for help Let all send some
tliiiu1 at Thanksgiving and help to put
llin home of those litUu children back
on its feet. Addi-exs The Christian
Home Orplmntigp, Council Ulufl's, Iowa
SALE STARTS THURSDAY Nov. 22. SALE ENDS SAT. DECEMBER 1st I
Only one to a customer
Hi 410 SHOTGUN $8.85
It HUNTING COATR
A T GIVE-A WA Y PRICES
Gilettc 39c. OUc
Auto-Strop 39c, 69c
Enders .. .. .29c
The Hardware Store
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TIihs" ill iiiroiis l'" -'.l)i''riitiuii lo
The Cliiuf can piv ill" suiiif to lie
Argus hs l-Mitnr I'Mson I as lal;u ovi'r '
our subii'riiiHiin t'miiinto. i
I can make limn lonii In Wulisicr,
Franklin, Jewell ami Smith eiiinities
at positively the lowest rale, hest terms
and opt on oil ei (Ml .1 II ItAILHY
Under New Management
If you have never known the
satisfaction of havnijj your Laun
dry work done by us, now is a
ood time lo try t.
Phone us and our wagon will call.
Wc do RufT Dry Finish
and Wet Wash
Anniversary Sale f;
10 Days of Bargains
A COMPLETE STOCK of
Plain and Enameled
SEE OUR PRICES
on Ranges. Oil Heaters,
Heating Stoves and
All Models for Nen
Women and Children
Power. Hand and
Demonstration at any time
FOR ALL WOMEN. IN VARIOUS STYLES
Haven't you longed for something that would
perfectly control your figure and yet leave it free?
Something that would be invisible under your dress?
To wear a "Warner's Wrap-around, is to enjoy a
new and delightful experience; it is so convenient, so
comfortable, so becoming to-all figures. .
You will FEEL, as well as LOOK younger in a
SEE THEM TODAY
THEY RANGE IN PRICE FROM
$1 to $6
Deep Rock Oil and Gas
Gogs Farther and Lasts Longer
On'Sale at Filling Stations in Town and
theJBig Truck still makes Daily Trips to
DEEP ROCK OIL CO.
W. H. McKIMMEY, Manager
Phones: Red 192; Black 223. Ind. 199-R.
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
( I VIMi STATIC HANK
Red Cloud Xcbrnskn
Dr. W.H.McBndeMr. W. fimv fiiiietto
Boys or Girls
Coleman Lamps $6.95
Coleman Lantern $5.95
3-Piece Kitchen Set
1 Tearing Knife
Geo. W. Hutchison
Bonded Abstracter -
Real Estate Farm Loans
Red Cloud, :-: Nebr.
Vl " Till '4Jimj XAiaiUltV
AUU tOr Ultl ISMS.