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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1918)
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A Ni:wspai)r.r That Gives The Rews Fifty-two Weeks Each Year For $1.50
VOLUME 4 7
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Called From the Ranks
There Are Many Ways
In which you may use a bank to advantage.
Many do not understand that a bank draft
is the easiest, safest, cheapest and quickest
way to send money by mail, but such is the
case. Very seldom is the fee more than ten
cents. You do not have to be annoyed by
mailing out a formal application, as in the
case where you buy a postofhVe money or
der, and if the draft is lost in the mail the
bank issues you another one. The next
time you have any money to send away,
come in and buy a bank draft,' and we are
sure after that you will use no other medium.
Webster County Bank
Capita! and Surplus $35,000
Edward Fiorancc, President
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
S. R. Florar.ce, Cashier
V As a load is increased Lliu strain he
" uoint;s greater tlit wear and breukiiKt
J j more acute. This law of mechanics
" applies to t if o in general and to war
With achievement of victories cost
(Mines to tilt heal ts and homos of Hed
(Jumd as it does elsewhere
The toll numbers three this week
and although (hey did not pass on-
sanl "in action"' the saeiiliee Ih iioiio
tlie li'ss -tho lo-s and grief just as
(ioo. Hhadholt, but two month-, nb-
i Mjnt answered the stitiiiuotis at Camp
Devon, Mas., ihe lit st of the weeh,
and his brother Hrnicuc who hiitiiid
to tlm bieit man's bedsidn took the
same disease pneumonia and !ilt.Iuu-n
boniewh.it better is still in n wricri
oils eoMilltion. The decened is being
biouuht ho'ii" today and funeral will
prob.ihlj bo held puntiny.
Licensed Rmbalmcr in
Kansas and Nebraska
Complete. Line of Up-to-date
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Red Cross Memorial Service JTOXEKim:3raijrasnuisw
Tho Mitliodist church was crowded
to the iloirs Sunday evening, the oc
casion lMiitf tiiLMiiorial services in
honor of the soldier hero
JKSM4 KLWIN (iAltiiK'lON,
ited Cloud, Nebrashu,
Who Kve his lifn in the cans of
liberty, Munuwhcru in France. August
Services wore under auspices of tho
local lied doss Uliapter, C. V Cuthur,
Chairiiinii in cliaro.
Kev M. Harper, pastor of the
llaptist church, and Attorney J. S.
Cillhn.ni ueio tlio speakcis, and music
was luriiisliud by a union ch"ir under
lcadcrslup of Glen Walker.
Altorn.y (lilham's tlKiu-litful aurl
foieHile .u'.lrcss was ahm the in.e if
COIUUIllli ly duty toward the tu m nwl
luotlier-iiiut tho mon and muiiru of
Hd Clou 1 .two U hor brotherly ami
is a Difference in
MIW. MM tlMlll MIWA.K mU M WOfc
AT OUR CAFE
Powell & Pope
liv.n S priii if or pusfed mi ut nimi:
th" sunitf tioie and by Urn tinit :is
I'l'f. ila whs located ut Camp ii.,
Ne v Jer-tey, and had been in service
only three mouths. The body is ox
picted here tbiscvenini:, His iinnhor,
Mrs. Ifa Smlnifor, and two sister-,
Nettie and I.eiior.i sre here from Well-
A telegram received by Miss Kuth
ryn ltm he on Wednesday afternoon,
umiouucud tho (lentil of lirr brother
llaymoiiil atCaui)) Deveivs, Alios., who
answered tho summons Wediiesdsy
morning. Sept. 'J.'ith. Uaymond had
been home on a furlough returnini; to
C'imi) about three weeks atf"- He was
also a victim of that dreaded disease
pneumonia. Mrs W. K. Kailey, form
erly of this city but now of Oiuahn. is
also a sister of the deceased Miss1
Kurke left thl- morning for her home
in Walnut," Iowa, the body being
brought to that, plnco for lntr hi 1
Mr. and Mib. Wesley ThroeUmai tin
have received word that their Son .lohu
was seriously injured "in action" the
early jurt of th s month but paitleii
lais woto not given.
.John L.iw, Kay Ileaton, and Geo,
Ingstrom are also reported in the list
of injured soldiers.
Next Drnl't Contingent.
The following Cla:is 1 men of the
1JJ17 registrants lmvo been named to
comprise- Call No. 1HG1 and will go
to Camp Funston between October
7th and 11th:
Gux A. Kranan Uhie Hill
Claude KicUavd ... Guide Hoclc
Claude S. Francis ..... Cowles
Ed Quigglc Josemont
Tracy IChutson -..-. Hidden
1'dv.ai'd J. Gorlaclt Cowles
Fi-cd C. Muhloson Bluo Hill
John F. Hunks Campbell
Charles F. Hrooks Guide Hock
Herbert U. Lambrocht Inavalo
Arthur C. Hoed Ayr
John Kudrna ..lied Cloud
Emil H. Vol: .. Campbell
Hay E. Hunsickor Tied Cloud
Clifford G. Waller Cowles
Andrew Andorson .......,. '....Inuvalc
Charl Pavolka Bladen
l!o Ptickley ...Guldo Rode
, A!b"it B. Karstlng ..Lav. rence
j Win. C. Hangert ..Guide Rod;
I Cico. L. Obcrg ... Inavjilo
Melvin B. Weovor St Jos
j The following JunoB, 1013, rogl.
j tran'.b 1 avc been named for the am
C'hnrlej Duval Red Cloud
Daniel A. Rosa Campbell
Harry H. Boyco Rod Cloud
Carl V. Sullkoi' CowIob
rot-uHion tiMil h.vmputhv.
n should bo thought of us
Joseph B. Cijvr -.
Howard A. Hull
he? Mc Arthur
Wm. A. Harrington
Geo. Kempkes .,.
Guy A. Fuller
Ernest It. Froy
i Arthur E. Shavor
Chief ads Pay You'l
'.V. Nuloon .,,....
i:. l,!ndjrrca Ca;npbell
our wm. j
In bht "- nrrnlgiiinnt f t:ninny;
Attori)i' liilhnm pointed out the fuel '
Unit her arfmu N not e. tried on in'
ItCCOmuil 'it with l'eentrniivl enles mifl I
, . , .. . ' "s,ii
eusioms init is.notuiiig i-s tnan nier
eiloss siivi;ery: that her armies are
not to be looked upon as made up of
soldiers, but criminal-.
Hruthtr Harper, who also nude the
opening prayer, read from the scrip
ture and pronounced tho benediction,
based bis address upon the text,
"tireiiti'r tSvo hath no man than thi.
'Tliut a man lay down his lifo for a
friend." Ills theme led along the line
or life Klven for tho betterment of
huiiHiiily, and the gi outness of tho
Until spcnkeis sketched the hr-ioic
side uf the 3'outig nmn's life and Imth
pietni't'd something of the terrors of
war brother Harper speaking on this
line, from pergonal evpeileuce.
C'.iiiriniui Crttln r'.i remarks wore it1-'
to tie purpose Of the assHllblj . I'D
uppi'Priate Intro luetirr.is of speakers!
C-'nirregHtioniil sinking of nutiuiia;
ii iniis was it feature of the uccusion.
Wheels o Industry to Start
'J'!i'' Diamond and the Iviitnuier Mills
and t'n Robinson Ranch, offered fr
sale ncntly, liave been iiirchiiK'd by
N I' Nelson, president of the Citizens
Sla'i Kanlc of Dorchestwr. Work on
the null properties is under wny and
soci lied Cloud vill once more become
it muling centre.
Mi Nelson understands mil ling and
hu- .i tuple capital to carry on a busi-lies-
Hint will mean much to our city.
'1 if Advertiser is authority for the
statt 'iieut that tlio Ukuuond Mill s to
be (mii verted into an elevator and vtill
be i. ;iily to receive grain in about two
tveC-. Highest price will be paid.
I. Niiyono joins In wishing Mr. Nel.
son -Kceess in his new mule i taking,
which will bo a benefit to the entile
Transposed to Class 1.
'i ' ' following Cln.'d 2 marrh d men
wi'"'ut children were rc-da-.ificd
Sc 'ubor 23, 1018 and :.iv now in
Lin .i . A. Cbpine (iirdc Rock-
.lUSt us theie td bet t ecu a piece nf puio gold and that
containing alloy. TJto lenses used by me are the llnest
thntcafibo tuul. These comu -iff the rmijdi and are
tround until tliev exactly meet. the requirements nf ,oiir
purtictilar eye trouble. One cannot b too careful about
the ijes Tin' matter ol a d'd'ur or so should not enter
Into the calculation. This store rcfnsis to ask fur oii'
putrtmnge uy price siotietb" cue is the thing des'red
by ine or tveli as youiw'lf. Even t-o; you will fl ut i!e
eli trtn ntitiKiinliy nv, tHliing Into entisMt-rit'iii th-l.i.-liuii-'llty
It ;,,', ,'.:, ii:frrrst .)"' '
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H . N E IM H O J Si E
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I (Some of die conveniences "tiTsyw fl -a oIKk'- . I
J electricity bring KTOSM tlS WUH&g;QS&1fl" I
, wm rz4 !
i jT fti.v. tr V&
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WMm us ni&iC
How many limes have you re
solved to have electricity in your
home "some day?" Now you
can afford it.
Not enly have special rates for wir
ing been arranged for this campaign
but the three-fold economy of EDISON
MAZDA Lamps- which give three
times as much lip.ht as old-style car
bon lamps will help you pay the cost.
And tho whole family will enjoy the
benefit of electric service that makes
possible innumerable comforts and con
veniences such as the electric toaster,
fiatiron, table grill and vacuum cleaner.
Let us explain the saving you can makot
by having your house wired jioiv.
herman Red Cloud
f J.' Bmirer Hastings
r. Thompson - Covihu
Konenck Guide Rock
". Ycarick .. -. Cowles
R. Ruby Ir.p.vale
'. Stevens Red Cloud
'V. Sherman Red Chud
E. Pogg Red Cloud
Plumbing tint an,; I: writhing kzlcclrial
iiitiitti i- iiinu i ii imj.iii iiikiiiiiih m.h imwuiUMiiim i mn mxumiiij mi
- W. Perry Guide Rod:
Carl (iocs Uhie Hill;
Iluni-'in Morton Smith Red Cloud
Wilhe- W. Watt lloiw, Idaho '
Geoive M. Wells Cowles
William A. Hunt Red Cloud
Eddie F. Sutton ...Red Cloud
Ross T. Hnrncs Red Cloud
Fred Molloy -. Guide Rock
Karl R. llagner
Carl H. Lynch ...
Clar C. Pojio ...
..iJiuo Hill ;'
Red Cloud ."'
Phone, Ind. Store 1 58, Re, 93
V.t and drlnU (it Powell & Pope's
RED CLOUD, NEB.
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