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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1917)
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RED CLOUD, NlfilJKASKA, rKMilTAUY tf, 15)17.
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Hoarded Money is
Dangerous Money -
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tn till' I! I Milium lui Illelill. OS
lite and ilinli it is nfi titahle to
joii unil in fair ii t:. ootnuuiu
iu Put 1 1 money where it
nl vork ' rju where it will
earn int'tost and whore it will
In; safe for Mm until you waul it.
Buy a Piano
Only Once in a Lifetime--Why
not Buy the Best?
Is conceded by all musicians
to be one of the best pianos
on tho market
As good a Gold Bond
DRACHMAN PLAYER PIANO
In a class by itself
Pianos and Talking Machines
CASH OR PAYMENTS
Headquarters for COLUMBIA GRAFANOLA and
V0CALI0N TALKING MACHINES. The largest
stock of COLUMBIA RECORDS in this vicinity.
Come in and let us demonstrate to you any time.
EVERYTHING IN MUSIC
THE MUSIC SHOP
LE ROY MUSIC CO. Red Cloud, Neb.
Sunday, at the United Church
Two Important Questions
11 a. m. Old Covenant in Operation Until
the Fall of Jerusalem
7:3o p. m. How the Churches of Red Cloud
May Loose Their Influence
Bring your Bibles this will be a great
day for those who want the truth
Married at Hastings
tin .-i itur I ly. Mr. Co h'u" Iv lilt'.v, son
1 Mi- unil Mi"., O .). K liloy. mi. I Mi-s
1 WiMvurvi-r, daughter of Mr iiu.l
s .1. 13. Wisoourvor. surprised their
ui.v friends by giin,' to Hastings
'I'-iothoy wort? united in tmn i-iav;
It v Hi ooks, pastor of the Motho-
' Tliu bride l ii graduate of tin Hod
' Cloud High Si'Jio d mill lias successfully '
. Iiiuirlit sovornl tonus of soliool in this
Death Calls W. J. Harris
Will, it'i '.Hill's II, in is lli Ii iii.,1 i'IMI
in pool 'nallli lor smu.- Inn", ji i- mm!
ii way N. .Inosiltiy m -i-ti t nr lit tin lumio
of iiih I-1 .tlu-r, A. I) Hnrris, m ti.ir
Hold li v listiip.
llo u is ii.it'i) lu KtU'lnml. Miiroli Is
Is ID Mini W(is 70 J'KIM, 10 UlUlitllS lltn
10 dns ,,, ni tin llino r lii ili'iriic
On 1. ooiniipr 'J.I, IK01 lie win iiiiiioil
lu ilium iijo to Mis. Eiuinu Kiwi s,
wim )h. nivny at ilieir liuiuo in
i! unity mid is nlsi ii tiilouUiil yotiiiif CJuili U ck o .liinunry 'JO, luld, tnul'w
l:uly of ninny macos. Wlillo llu J to this iuiiui wuro liotn ilvo oliil.lioii - M
(ftooiti i- a atruncei' to in my of ot r tliruo si n-, Will, Albort uiul (Umu,. pj
oit'...ns, bul judglm: ly his yoiuuul up
poaiMiiuo iin 1 wholow.ini'i ways hu is a
yunn iiiau of storting ?urtli imtl
Miitliy of tlu youiitf lmly whom lio lins
si'lootcl as n pin tni'r to j mriiuy dvit
Hi" ina'riinDiiial has. Ilo is u Lravnl
in siili'stnaii for the Kvor-Komiy Plash
LU'ht Co , of Chicago
'1 ho joinu,' ooup'o will malti tlwir
In ii'io in Umiiliu nuiiil-t tlio well wI-Iur
nf tli iir in inj friomls.
Hold 'Good Roads' Meetings
Yistonlny aftoi iiuoii in tlio Orplujuut
ilioirfio an onthusiistiu county i;oinl
ro.uli uiotitiii); was lipid, Tho laro
to mi was ijomly full tho RiitlioriiiK
'ioiiik ooiupusoil niobtly of funnois who
'U'lio from all purl of th county,
spiinltluil hero ninl lliore wero a fow
of tin hu.siiia-s. 'i on of tliu oitw Mr
A. Ij. Sinner, president of the r'.irniors'
Uti'oii wi8 clot'toil uliiiii'iiiHii and Ko"&
In taking t lie chair Mr. Stoncr said
that he was nvturc that thero wore men
present who hold opposite views in ic
gurd to tho bill before tho legislature
regarding accepting Federal Aid for
roads but thero wiib no class of clique
mid that uuoli an,d every one present
desired tho best for Nebraska and
Webster county. Me s.iid that this
was the first time in tliu histoiy of the
Cuiiuty so far as ho knew that the busi
ness men and the farmers got together
for a discussion of common inluicstH
Tho bill was read and also the letter
from state engineer Johnson which
gave the facts ami conditions regard
ing tho accopting of the Federal road
act. Mr. Heobe was called to the plutj
form and delivered a comprehensive
and able address miintaiuing tho pos
ition that Nebraska would greatly gain
by accepting tho national provisions.
Mr. Stoncr, Mr. Vance. Mr. Iveenoy
and others were opposed to taking
hasty action, they wanted to know
whut they wem doing so they could
After a little skirinisiling it develop
ed that overybody was in favor of
g lod toads and a resolution Dually pre
vailed asking our niombois of tho legis
lature to accept Federal road money
provided a way was formulated by
which each and every county and post
road would receive a just shine.
This was otio of the best meetings
over hold in tho city and it is undoubt
edly the foro runner of many more
which ought to bo welcomed by both
farinors and moruhtints.
unit twi!iliuiuhlei'5,,Mrs. Chat. Atuai-L.
and Mr .'n.(l Harris who together
with Imir lU'othi'iR John, All red.
Fred ni 1 .Inshin unit oiu sister me 'oft
I'leu in' i .msiiin ntiii otu sister me 'on n 'l&fis.?, vf VftvrA "
to inou. ii Ins ilotuis,.. ,j M'dftv;. VA ' A.
Mr. H.niscamo to this county m H ''? 'Scj-vSw
the eat ly M,'vqntN and KOtilol on a A fy?, S$y lfr fy JTif;
huinesu'.td in (TnriMd lownship which M QlW lM -
io of hisilcalli. ra
will be h"l 1 l!
he .still o uii'd at. the litn
Tile fnnral services
Kiiduy, lu-v fi.W. lluininot i llloiating,
after win Ii Interment will be made in
the Mai tin ootnetery.
This nook ono of our ptomiin-iit far- W
mors Si..;i(.od u vtxr loud of Mnv liiig", P
7! i) iiiiiiioot, to tli.' fviuisiis Uity in ir- w
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Itet HU I III OM'llHIIC reoo Veil II illicit
for $3.1'' IT Thih buiH-h of li.is inn
ou alia .in iliti-ing the . U'ne past .slim
mer an. I wore not put mi a com diel
until hue in tho fti'l. They being of a
coud gi.ide of stools did nut leinnre u
gioat'anioiiut ol corn to put litem
condition tor the model. Sniue I
lllers ilevolt their lime ami alt
to the raisiii" ut sin. v slock lu
o,outlcmou iiitortiis us (hut when it
conies lo lll.lluui; ilonais he pri lets to
devote Ins Mine to tin- i .tiittr ol tll'
good "Id poiicn. U i ot tluiiu there
IS lll"lll',l III ll.'gs"
Useful Jewel vy
SURROUND YOURSCLr AND THOSE YOU LOVE WITH LUXURIOUS
TOILET NECESSITIES. THEY MAKE LIFE WORTH LIVING.
WE HAVE A SUPERB LINE OF TOILET REQUIREMENTS AND USE
FUL ARTICLE OF JEWELRY.
WHEN DESIRING PRESENTS FOR OTHERS, OR ARTICLES FOR
YOUR OWN USE.COME, SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER YOU.
WHEN IT COMES FROM US IT IS RIGHT. I
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT. I
E. H. NEWHOUSE I
Jeweler and Optometrist
Z2TC. B. 8c Q. Wfetch Inspector
Lincoln's Birthday Feb. 12th
At a public meeting held on last
Thursday inght lor the purpose of dis
cussing tho I'i'ik'ial i ouil a'ppi'opi lat ion
coiisider.ilile Intoicst was shown. Mr
F. K Payne, and as a ineniber of
the Fanner's Union, expressed himself
lu favor of accofiting govern uieut aid,
but that tho state manager was against
the proposition. The Union is oppos
ed to the measure because it thinks all
the money should be spent as It de
sires Geo II. Overlng explained to them
how the money thus lei'eived would lie
spent on all toads out side of towns
mid cities and how tho farmer would
derive the most benefit, f loin this ex
penditure. Aleo that under tho gov
ernment supci vision all money would
be spent in a manner that would do
tho most good nud not on any guess
We wish to btato to our renders that
we are in favor of this manner of road
building, as should every loyal oiti.en,
as we feel that better roads could bo
const ructed and maintained by govern
ment apptopiiatloii and supervision
than can lie done mi lor the preiciit
sybtem of road work.
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A Good Time to Reflect
fThe lat days of Lincoln were when
the condition of the country were similar
to those of today
J Although everything commercially is at a high
tension and we have made our purchases for spring
selling in a conservative way, yet we will be in a
position to offer more of a variety of merchandise
than we have ever shown we will have larger
slocks and better assortments
CJ We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage during the coming year
R. P. WEESNER & CO.
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