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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1918)
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VOLUME 4 7
KKI) CLOtm, XHlJR SKA. DL'TtfM 1JHI? li, ISMS.
Do you know a single prosperous man who does
not carry a bank account? Do you know that
money in the bank is a friend in need? Do you
know that a bank account is the first step to sue
cess? If you know all these things and are not a
patron of our bank, why not call today and be
DEPOSITS in this bank are PROTECTED by the
Depositors Guarantee Fund of the State of Nebraska
Schuyler Iiayes Writes
, I'luilllif, I'Y.imv, Aiitf. !!. UilS
' Dour I'rii'iul 'itiicli-.v :
, As 1 Iihvu iirit'f wiitlfii In vim sinuu
, I l'ft, yilllll lltl llcil I'iollll, 1111(1 l''.ill)r
J ii few liiiiirs nf pal. tlim 1 wil cll
J ilu'vr tu tviilo tv fuiv IiuikIii'iI piiSfi.
I 1 hopo to hturt tvlili Hint you huvi- fill
" ly ri coviTt'i! fi'om your rcciMit nco!
" .diMit, iitifl if you can uall il n jjnoil
I j wish I hope you nre batik nl tvui-k. null
iiilHK ivith Mi Itrown, hooping tho
ulil shoot tip to tho l)l(li statnliifl oi
"'thi birfk'fst niitl best paper in thfi
As y.ii Imvo UtidoUlit'-illy lu-.inl, l,t If I
Webster County Bank
Capita! and Surplus $35,000
Edward Morance, President
Red Cloud. Nebra?l
S. R. Florance, Cashier
Licensed Embalmcr in
Kansas ami Nebraska
Complete Line of Up-to-date
Wi r.an's Liberty Loon
a Ui In l-Yuniv, Mufe and sou ml, wtttl.
t Mtie nio( tli.- bunch iff loyjtl 1 s
t2vi-py tiling is lovely. We lui tbe
tiiiwst Utml of h tvip cuniiiK ovui . I lid
ocenti wih very t.alui tinting: th' iittr(J
tiip wttli the i-xcipiioii of oiw nii(lit
whfti It w quit, itjiih. A (,'0d
many or th buy "fill tli. tl,i.-s but
in tl.o luornintf overvHiiu' ui as
nitvas ihlinar to th depot lhi- lu
I lie into bun. .N'nbodv but tin. Iniik
Hut and diiterenti men on iluty vhi rued
tn irwet it thoiiffht to tin' Mini Al
though M)iiii i.vlliuiil would Imvo
muilo t lie tiip more ititi'iostiiifj. Tho
inly (xcitouuMit we saw wu sohiiolsof
llyitiir llsh, tlolphinit, porpoi&e.s and
We had the pleasure of hearing odd
of the ilnest bunds yolun. both noon
and evening. We had ul! the food w
wanted to eat. pood whole-onie food,
even u-j extra dishes.; we hud water,
melon several times, iue eroiuii and
cake was piveu us every othor day.
I never heard a kiuk on the entire trip
Hbout the oliovv. it is an assured fact
that Undo Sam feeds the ' boys in
blue" tho be.st and It is just a pood
as any that cut be found at tho tables
at home. Of eourse, there are times
when the cook lias hard luck mid docs
nut pet the food cooked jut as nice
as mother would, then the next time
he makes up for it
We had dandy places to sleep. Himh
carries his own hammock riplit with
liiin ami when he has it slung there
cannot be found a better bed. The
rocking of tho ship helps to "put you
Alter riding over and sceinp a pood
portion of tho I,'. S. at Uuelo Sam's
expense, ho giivo us a obancu nftfr
landing tit one of the lurpo ports, to
see a pood bit of Fiance. This is
vorv pretty eountty. The largo amount '
.f rii in fa II that they huvo hero keep ,
all plant i growing und tbe trees unci'
vineyards help the looks considerably, j
On cut hardly speak of tho whttit
and other grain fields as farms, for you ',
can stand on one side inl throw a
st'iuu aeioss the field In any direction,
instead "f foocos tho Uelds nro divide I ;
by limlgo rows or stones. The wheat
and oats are ripe and in lots'of places!
Open Day aid
sra fS3 m m 3 m
MrJr Mi il t jU
AT OUR CAFE
are leady to out. For cutting the
plain ti suythe Is ued and then the '
grain patliered up and tied in bnndloa i
Large Helds, tlint Is possibly an aero!
in a patch, of potatoes can bo seen all ,
iilunp tho route. Uy tho looks of the.
plants there will boa big crop of thoin.
I do not sec bow anything can grow,'
at all, Tor by digging down into the,
ground a font, u real hard rock can be
found. I Is nearly impossible to dig'
It is tmpoH'iibttt t.i tell nuytutng
about the activity (lint one eo per
taining to tho wiir, but I tvm hoc tlmt ;
tbftotd y. 8. Ik on tu J .b. I
This qaiup, m yoo cuu e Uy my
HddrvsK is nn (tvUtlon ciniu 4n4 H
cartalnly is nn tuterontliig rlHW. 1
would like to tell you mote about It
but can not.
In closing I will n'y thut 1 tun per.'
fectly MUlhllud with the N.ivy and mn
phut and proud to bo one of tho "boys l
In hliio." I would Ilka to hoar from j
yon JUKI aiso would into to get a Chief .out
once lu it while. (Jive my regard h
Hiv tiiuiitm llllll lull Vlieui ID Wl'llu () j
me once in a wUUo.
t scii'Uly lite district and conn-
illli'ti ot the N'attntiiil Womuii's
y Loan Unniinittee respoinled to
. i of the stale chairman, Jin. A.
ii son, to meet statu mid nation
i presiMitatlvi'M nt the Lincoln
-nturdiiy morning, September
ii'coivo in fot inutioii eouce
inichiug of the Inurtli 1
'ilvo, which will bo conducted
'i tli lutt the Innt week In
Pj. Matson, chalruioti of. the
nib rtlstrjct of th Men' Liber.
n orpaniatiiloti, fxten''ed wcl.
id grfcting to thu women. He :
tliem of the mnH tippiectntion
work In tbe former mh anil)
full eotiperuH'jii In the fourth. J
tsim tugfa the women to keep
. iiidrnle of the mti Ht lh front
vitttfh out tor Oenunn pro.u. '
i Tftkiog a rilstintion curd
1 . poi'kvt, h exhlbitpd it as bin
'.ug Curd" for tlfe Kaiser, and !
tie 'Women's support to win the!
f eu. Has of Cliieago, lhen.1-1
eorotury of the Woman's Lib-j
I,, an Committee, cxplabie I that'
ituiin's Liberty Lo.tn ("ointnittep
was iMiled into existence by Secretary
of the Treasury 'MeAdno. not only be
cause ho considered thi'tn cumpoteiit, '
but because he felt he. needed them us
Wtihl partners. Shu 110 explained
that tho wotneii were not organized
fur tho business of selling Liberty
limids to help tho boys as were the
in -ii. They are organized to help the
(.Mverniueut. It is an independent
bi'dy Hying to work in harmony,
l'irtuership an I cooperation with the
Miss HerbUova, chairman of the
Woman's Committee, said, "We are
tin going to poster anything which is
iiiiti-Americiin. Do not stick knives
into the hacks of the boys over there
ty listening to. or permitting ionium
I rupnganilu." This is it woman's war,
'u'liig dragged into it by tho terrible
utiocltles perpetrated upon our women.
We are here to sell liberty bonds,
nurse the sick and wounded, feed the
iMinir and light the battles if neccs.
sny. All women must bo ready to
HIT as well asHHLL Liberty Monds."
To Ali Registrants
In Webster County
You are h-ivbv not! lied that all tin
i"ornev of Webster County are incin
1 is of the legal advisory board and
il assist registrants in miking out
' lr (pieslioiiiitru free of charge, an.!
're will be ono attorney in nttei.-
iio at the district court room in
: 1 Cloud each day, for ihe purpose
rendering such asiistinien, also on.-
the olllce nf the County dodge, iitui
t at Lloyd Hunter at (luido Kock and
V .n A. Hall, dr.. of Uladeii are mem.
its of the legal advisory hoard, and
'ii render such assistance lu their
i -.pt'oUvu locality.
Von are further advised that any
c "tinaster is authorized to ndminlster
a: v oath reipiired, In Ullitig out a
A. U. Ranhuy,
Clialrinitn Liegal Advioi-y lloHid.
There is a Difference in
.Inst hb lliotc Is between it piece f purn gold und that
containing uJluy. Tho lenses used ty mn uro the Ilnest
Hint can bo had. These come in tho rough and are
giouud until thev exuctly meet thorequlremtiits nf your
particular eye trouble. Cue cuntlot bo too careful about
tho eyes Tho matter of a dolbir or so should not enter
into tbe calculation. This store refuitea to hsU fir jour
patronngo by price alone the cure. Is the thing di's'.r"d
liy me or well n yourself. Kren bo, you will llml tin
ehnrii unusually low, Inklnif into ooaMdir ttiou tli
bighquHlily, It will le to the inicvist of yom
eirs to tore than examined he .
Jeweler and Optometrist
tWC D. & Q. Watch Inspector
Baptist Church Notts
retUiliUig nt II a. ui. und 8 p. m.
t wHlliftup uiinaeye unto the h'.lls
u wIhco cuiimth my hJp." 1 wa
I wlion they said unto me let us go
i tli house ot the lord.
Mr, Harper pronohed nt tho Lone
o school houso Wednesday ovening
. ' wool:.
I'herc wasqulte a good many Jwent
to Mrs, lluusiokcrs last Friday
to iit'ernoou. The ladles had a very en.
, ante uicoiing.
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fiedg'e are aiyowjr serviced
We vant to render greater service than the mere
selling of electric current.
Our experts will plan every detail of wiring, lighting
and arrangement of electrical conveniences for the
home, office, store or factory. t
Wo nro alwayo glad-to ndvio you how to get tho most out of
tho current you u.o-for example, how you can enjoy 3 timoa
, ii8 much light by replacing carbon lamps with lullson Mazdas.
Our lighting experts will confer with you or your architect and
lwlp determine tha Lest placet! fot running wires and tho best
pobitions for lit;iiii.
This advisory : r r i o is without cost to you. 'Phone for It today,
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j Plumbing Heating Everything Electrical
', Fran. e.
1 'wlllg to th i Htlranclng oogtof oveiy
nfC inquire I In theibiiiiiei the Inn
' Will ! iM.-r be . .'cuts !. U
hocietarys of WAR SAVINGS SO
CI KTIF.S should forwaid their month
ly reports to ii. W. Stewart, who hits
succeeded Mr. Howard S. Foe us ill-
j rector for Wobitor County.
I'., w. s n;v. ut.
C'J'Hite f".-t f'tir V,n sM ..j j.',,
I am ready to make farm loans in
any amount nt lowest rates, best
terms and option. Absolutely no de
lay and no inspection as-.pftnao.aSolo
agent iov Trevelt, Mnttia and Baker.
Some private f.oncy.
, 'J. II. BAILF.Y.
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