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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1918)
RED CLOUD, NEBttASKA,
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This is one of the Swift & Company
Branch House Men.
They are nil pretty much nlike in the
way they feci toward their work and that
is what this ad is about.
They know that most people couldn't
Ret such Rood meat promptly and in Rood
condition if it weren't for the branch houses
of which they are in charge.
They know that the branch house to
one of the most important links in the chain
of preparing and distributing meat for a
They know that Swift & Company must
have its branch houses run at the highest
notch of usefulness; that even a Swift &
W.C. T.U. Notes ,
'. . Webster" Coui.ty V. C. T. V.
Ik ' tin executive moetinp, September
17f., at Guide Hock, in the M. K.
dun. -h to plan the year's work and
appoint the superintendents of de
partments. The following supciin
tomlents were apointed:
Sodicvs and Sailor Mro, J. It. IIo
Kate, lJluo Hill.
Antl Naivotics Mr. Alia Paul,
Evangelistic, Sabbath 01crvancc,
Sunday School, Moral Education
Mrt. Maine Wilcox, llladen.
Social Meetings, lied Letter Days,
Fair, and Open Air Meetings Mrs.
Vera (Ji-oat, Inavale.
Work Among Foreign Speaking
Pcopio. Institute Americanization
M- . X C. Dixon, lied Cloud.
1 ' "-Mutton, Vvess, Franchise, Peace
nr Internal Arbitration Mins
fi'. .- Wilson', Inavale.
. ' "'.tier's Meetings, Whilo "Ribbon
11 uk-;, Flower Mhion and Relief
Woi':--Mrs. Lena Alk'n-ion, lied
Undo in Public School, Medal Con
test. I.. T.
Art - Mrs,
L Purity in Literature and
I. ,,, , , ., ,
Una Woodward, Guide
Secretary Mrs. Clarence
htjcial was given at tho homo t'hlo where they will uuihe their fu
Uo. Oborg, in the New Virginia tyre homo. .
rlil r.rKirtil Uni?iMBitnt. ni'Mtim.
r ... x.. ..vini ., v,...vbw,. U.U.IMhl
win was attended by a largo crowd.
Tin proceed of tho evening totaled j rtl"t. Mrs. UeniOtt or McCoofe, this
about $70. A quilt donated by tho'ok.
lad e of tho community liro ght Quiu a number of the farmer are
S-IK.GO. Tho proceed aro to r, to rnnrketliig wheat tliU voek.
hel put field kitchens in Uw front Mis.. W It. Wotidwrly and danghtori.
lino to give out hot Moupa drinks and May and lllauehe, bpenl Sunday with
fcainh iehoa to our doav boy. Vhl I Mr!!' Uoo. MatUlu.
t-a-ic union lias junl Bent $17.50 on Mrs. Verona lUrtuell spout Mon
tltt . C. T. U. Chocolalo Fund, day nfternoun with Mrs. Ueo. Maiiiln.
.i't more unionu and indhiduals ' A b. Uioshiuau and others will hold
lulp on. this good fund? You gavo
fruly on tho Tobacco Fund, now givo
freely on tho Chocolalo Fund. Tho
boj 3 w ill npprociuto tho good drink I
n auto iirtv went to UoUdt, Kan,,
f .r ii Sniulnv iiiillm! Mr. ntnl Mm.
f . nit Turner and daughter. Upiilt
Mi- Uin Pegg and ilmitfiitern. I una
u ' .i!-n ie; Mi. Hud Mm tJeii. ltuiney:
Jl I I' and s'-.ii-r Lrtif. uirtde a iiiunv
i i ' ini !! iihniitily.
oath us it
The Branch House Man 8
Company branch house won't run itself, and
that it is up to the branch house man to
run it properly.
Any branch house man who doesn't
see his work in this light is transferred to
some other place with Swift & Company to
which he is better adapted.
They are picked men, these branch
house men. Every time you sit down to n
steak or chop, or cut of roast, you can give a
grateful thought to the whole crew of them.
And remember, in a general way, that
everything that makes life smoother and
more convenient for you, is the result of the
thoughtfulness and effort of a lot of people
of whom you have never heard.
Swift & Company, U. S.
3WIISL. -- k
V vrc'M J
Mr util Mrs Clmv Wuldo tiud fami
ly pom -'nudity with ft lends nt Doni
plien, H 'i
Mr.,n.'l Mrs. Steve Kcnui'dy ami
Mr. iiim Mr.-., liny l'liltner were lied
Cloud .il;o!.s Satin day evoniug
Mi.s. Miiuiio YVutiou mid daughter
Mayiue, and Mr and Mrs. (Jeoruw .lur
guson spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. ,luno Parley.
lioiald Leonurd iu drilling wheat for
Win Cloud th In week.
Ashley Wnrthun U carrying mail for
Claude Coiiley on route one wlillo the
hitter is ubseiil on a vacation.
Oliidys Cole .ipent Sunday with homo
Mr. and Mrs Miles Putiiuin and
family spuut Sunday at the 0. 11. Uiii
I gi'sb home.
I Mrs Surah Uuldii'dge Is ou tho slcU
. list this ivcoli.
. FieiU'opU'V ctilud on his mitil I
Tilly, Sttunlay afternoon '
Mr. V. U. YnudTly U quite &iolt at
, thih nriliug.
Mr. titiii Mrs Claudo Cotdey and
r!ill.4ffiri loffr JimiIum .. ilt, nitt-.
" J, ,, ,7 , " . V V
for a visit with Mrs. Con ova Mtttor,
.... ,, ..,, . .r . ., v, ;
Mr. M. .Mlkol of Arthur, Nohr.
Mr. aud Mrs. A E. Strong woro
hero thu lust of tho weoli visiting
fi lends. They wore on their way to
M l'S. Stwlifl Stkrlnl.-lniTrt nnil lint ff. Mi- !
- - "" " -
r T P. Jones aro viMttiig tin. former's
lumttle hide at thu stock jiuds utM
week. See ady in this paper.
Farm Loans birk, glyoorln, uto as mixed In ...
I am ready to mako farm loans n lt-i k." Heunuso it Hushed tin-1:.
any amount at lowest ratos, bcst'T,uK li'Wl tract uomptoteiy Ad.un.
terms and option. Absolutelv no clc-! ka veliovos ANY CASK suir sioro.icii,
. . . . w'"mivi.
l lny """ ,l ""SP0"10" expense. Sole
agent for Trevctl, Matti and Baker.
Some nrlvato monev.
J. H. BAILEY.
i m wj 1 .
fif Frfg I J
y!i 2 J
v r- ;
Mrs. MeCulhi and diuuhter, liernlcf
weiuover (nun Cuuipbell ijiitiduy and
attended serviciis at the M 11. elm roll.
1M Dijiitoii has bei'ii tuliiug a bliort
euiir.se in bunldtig the pa.t weejc in
the Stiitu huivlcf Hunk under the
hupervisimi of S. I. Uiiiiouii.
Mrs. Km 1 Siiylor mid Mit.s Muriel
Thiiiims spout Saturday in llustiu.s.
Mr. and Mr.s. K. Denton of Oak
land, Iowti, have been here the past
two weeks visiting their .son, .1 A
Denton aud family, and their dii'igh
ler, Mrs. Ihnuiet Koeie and fauiil
Kid K'iuttor was up from Red coud
Mii V. V. Ilogalc'and daugl.tir,
Mra W. A. Cunningham .left Muidi.
niorniKg tor Omaha whore they wi'l
eoiiault mi eie hpeeial'bt in re u . :
Ule son-lilion of the f.rt
J hoy will ntuiu by wi,
of Fnnuii'i ;
nd labu iu tlic ar.u'.uil meeting ot 'u
W. O. T. L'. which will convene at U.ai
Kdwmd Worley left Tmsdny iiinin.
log fur Lincoln whuro he will eudfiuur
o get Into the Si-rviee of Uncle h.tm
ISdwiird perfeci. tho nitvat Iminuh Lm
vi!l got Into "rump.is's, hub way.
Mm II. L. C tiniu iind little gra .
tiiiunhtur, i;l,vn, iiu-d thoir I ..-,
in Caiulell ituilti)-, iiturfting hi"n
J """ ""'
Ekui Lpiiiv-, v.if.- hiul dtuirtli-.i
Miss JossU-, rte c'ainpliisll vimi.
Sunday. WOMAN'S STATEMENT
WILL HEL? RED CLOUD
I hiiti-d cooking heeiiuso luit,,r
I a to gve nu sour st unueli m, i tl
bloated feeling I drunk hit .,we
and olive oil dy lhi gallon, Nmlnii
helped until I tried ijimplu liueUt ,,. n
g' ur eoKstlpatlou mid provent
pendieitib. The IMsTANT set. i, ts
surprising (Jhus L .'nting.
Hotlc oj Administration.
In tlie I'uuniy Court t Wt'twtor t
In the inattur nl tin- t t.itt of I.oi.
hut'ley, U- iiimiI.
. 'in all pirhoiu lutcrv-iti.l in
Notli'Dliilicreliy ulvua that Wll
' li.m tills day til dn iietiiion in
I eiuirt, imiylim that tulmlnlsira
.....,.. ....... 1... I.lllwl ... . ...
ha eley. li- intitd
ill kUld ct
In da- c
et!it) tuny ho KiantLii to AiiiHiiticl
asniliiiluhtratoriiiid that sal. I piitltlnn
ho heard hi-tore the court on tho Ittli tin
October. itiiK, at the hour of it) n'rhx
in., nt the county eourt room In the rit
Hid Clmiil, lu Hiild county, when nil pi i
luteriAti'il In Kalil mutter limy appear 'iiul
fcluiw t'.iuso why the prnjer u( petlllnntr
hhould not in-ui'iintul; ami tlint notice nt iiio
llllni; of :ilil potltlou, niul the hcnrliu; tin ru
nt, lie kiwii hy ptihllshlllK a copy nt iii()
orilcrln thu Ittil Cloud Chief, a leunl 'n My
in vt.piiur pi tnted mid of KCiu'rnlclii'iii.i iun
lu Mild i-niiiiiv, for four eoiihocutlve .iks
prim- to sutii any of huatlni;.
Ihitml t Ii i liili day of September, lt)N.
,t. vi A. H. It nni i
I lOklllt Jlllli;
Stand By Our President
K' mihlieiiis mo ii ded us to th
y. I jildgi'irient Med ri 1 I .t I lit; n
in i imk a s'lenii'uii llht for tin- ion.
tt 1 "f Cutigii-hs this f.iil, I'hi- q.',.
t i i f liHfiUj doet not tlcui-e 111 I'll
iiiu'teriis all Aittetieins are loyal, re
puhlieatis and ileinneials, alike, with
leptiblieansjttsi us loyMl as ilemoeratH.
A hiiiidful of pro'Oermim repiihlliMiis
mid denioi'rats in congress who "of
eoiuse me nor Americans, Have been
opposed lo the war fmtu the Hlmt and
us a eoiiseiiienee have opposed our
preiidetit mid iidtiiiiimtrallon, aud
i In- Is their evel lasting shumo, and
slmtild lead lo their utlcr defeat for
if . etiiui IhU fall, whethrr he Iimi
Ni , its of piobably sJirdnK Pro Ueritmn
lfiiiiihg or a Illtcheoek, when Ills
tlun- oomeS, and who Is under supi
ei"ii. N Idle the war with Spain was on
ami thu republican party in power,
1J nsevelt while speaking of the pro
pnMil todefeat'the republican party at
tin- polls t.:iid 'Henietnlier that wheth
ei Mill will or not, your vote thib year
iill bo viewed by tho nations of
Ivu-ope from one standpoint only,
'lln-y will draw no line di-tinctionsi
A lefusal to .sustain the president thi
yi.ir, will in their eyes be read us a re
fusal to sustain thu war aud to sus.
tain the efforts of our pence commis
sion to secure tho fruits of war." We
me goinir to have a chance to st.(.
whether Mr. Uooscvelt is of the same
opinion still, or has it chnnged be
cause Mr. Wilson is president?
K.v-pnesident Benjamin Harrison at
about the same ime that Roosevelt
gave hfs opinion said "If the word
goes forth that thu people of the Unit
ed States are standing solidly behind
the president, the task of the pence
commissioners will.be easy, but if tlieie
is a break in the tanks, if the demo,
i-i. its score a telling victory, if demo,
emtic congressmen and suuiitots arc
ci ited, Spain will st-o in it a glcnm ot
li'ij e. she will take fresh, hope, mid a
leiewulof hostilities, more war maj
l- nieeRsary to secure to us what wr
I iv Hlrendy won."
in soeaktng of the pnsnt ar sii
-..lion, John l' tiiddiucs a li-ading re
I ilie.in of Ohio, says -'l have been a
de-long republican but I expect to
..t my votw this fid for ii d"infirn:
i' i congress, I believe that If th n
! iibliuMtts sliotild sueeied in carrying
tlif liouse in this e'oetinn tiienews
Mnild liolluslied abtoad that thw ptesj-
li'tit. the commander in. chief ot out
u invalid navy had iieen repudiated'
''v the A met lean people This would
lieiiiton the (Jermau olllcial cIhss. and
the war would as a result be continued
six months or a year longer tln.ii it
would otherwise aud our hoj sin Fiance
would be kept from coming home that
much lunger. There Is no iircumi'iil
to meet thi", mid whilo I am for th
war mid a decisive defeat of autocihcy,
1 also want our buys to come bach
home ns uon us possible. Huiico 1
shall sustain our euininaiider iu-ehiel
hy voting for u democrat for cuugrcs..,
my Ilrsi vote of the kind."
The lJe Mottles PegUtfr a repub i
eci newsjinper In spei'kuiy-of th en
and of Pre-ith'iit Wtlscm says "''or t.e
i our piesideut for two years mure
and this war will be won or lost umlei
his leadership, and wliiuing this war
ih indeliultely more imp irtuut fit ha u
Tlio"Spilnglield Republican, an inde
pendent ri publican newspaper among
other things tays 'That diotgauizi.
tion an'1 dtnioraliz.itiiin lu the conduct
of tlii- war might eubliy and would
probably losult from thu establish
ment ol tin- upposUion party In con
trol of c ugrcss, all parliameultiry e.
p rienee proves beymd a don'it."'
When not taking ii pin tigiui vl-w of
tho ei'.uatioii rnptiblicaus and demo
crats as well as the entire world are
lost In admiration aud astounded at
what ha.-, been itjomplisht'il by t .U
eouulry thus far in tldi war. We are
all proud that we are Ainei leans,
proud of what this country has dune
and is doing, and especially pioud of
our noble ami brave boys in I'lance
who are so valiantly limiting our bat
tles, ami those who me not buried as
martyrs on Frotiuh soil will return as
conqueior.s and heroes to a grateful
and loving people.
Therefore let us take no chances of
piolotiglng the writ by oleotnig a eon
gres along party Urns but one hearti
ly in sympathy in every lospoct with
our president and the Hdiulnistruti.Hi,
We call KUlu ayr pi'tticil riiff -leiioi-H
Hftef wo ar thrniigh with Hie Ger
mans. A ritu vn.
Notl'i Is hereby given lh.it liivlni:i of the
decree ot tho District court oi Wei .iter conn
sy, Nebmxkn, iciuluroil Man h A1. Hits. In flic
cine No. :SiiSi, whureln Chariot K. inuiil I,
plnlntlil and llenjiinilu A. Ulesol ct nl aro do
fnniUiu'K I Mill on iii'inber T. p.iiii, at ten
u'clui'K n.;iii.,KUiuilard time. nl the frontdoor
of the I'jiii't IioiijO. In Itud Cloiiil, Wehster
comity, Mobrnska, oiler at inihlle auction
and sill to tho hluhost lilddur, tor cash, to
sntlHty sniil ilccrce, tho lolloivlni; deicrlbcd
real OKtate Kltiitucd In nald county of W'obster
The southeast (Junrtcr (SUM) of
NurtliiA list Quarter (N W 1-1) nnd tho
f- out ii west ti nurt er V Mi of the
, NuriliDastluartir(N K M) ofsicilon
hlMun (1(1) 'I'owiHhlp Three (3)Haiu;i
Drtul- i-uniiinril. its.
Shcrlll of Wcbstii I'uunty
A Liberty Chorus
"The Man win. Ii-ith tn rimsie in his
"ti i lit lot (ieaon sti nti vein arid
spul-" Vi-i a r ciillei to foi in it
Liderly tlioi-us " Uend the follow
ill call cmefully and If I: doe not
roiie pa'rio'le aritliushvini we slinl'
have misHil our gues.
Liuculn. Sept.. 17, 1SI8
Miss Ihox lloner, Red Cloud, Neh.
Your inline has been handed the
Committee on Llbeity Choi lis mid
Community Singing as tmO capable of
organizing and dlieetlug a Liberty
t'liotui in your eoininiui'y.
Tho Liberty Clioins will sing nt nil
,iHtiloth! mast trexliis and public
Kathet'ltigs of fvei v so'-r. and mi elirt
vid be pifd to ue iu-in hi a tnean
if inakit.g the people of ever' com
nn.iilty learu the noags of our Natioi.
ami its Allies, mid learu to get lugelh
er .uid sing them
A singing army cannot lie defeated.
The object of the Council or National
Defense is to make the United States
throughout this u.u1 and alti rw.ir N.
what it has never lieeti u sinking nn
tiou. The feeling of the National Council
is that the widest extPiisiou of nrga
ntzed singing will not only be a great
service in assisting (he organized
spealtlng cunpaigus of the Councils
of Defence, a result which it lias al
ready had in states which luve expert,
inented with it, bu will unite Un
people of every community for the ex
pression of their will to win, and for
a more complete unity in the prosecu
tion of war work.
Tills is going to mean a little sncrl-
I Hco on your part, but wc are sure that
anyone whom you select for yoiii
chorus who is a bundled per rent
American will, without hesitation, be
glad to serve.
. We have pamphlet" containing the
words of the popilar putt loth sou,: at
this tune ready for you.
Tho larger the chorus tho better
Advise us at once how tunny you
In a few weeUs wv shall lu vnppi'eri
.villi hooks eiitltnlliinjr t.,oth the word
.ind muie tu ii n only the popular
songs bui sung" that will aid yui it.
ui:iliii;u permanent singing oiga:iii
tion. No doubt jour nowspapers will an
you in giving the nccessiry publicity
and we fee! sum that your undertak
ing of lids noblo cause will be tin
moans of uniting more closely thi"
great nation of out".
Kmv.wtn J. W.ur.
Watch for date of llrst uieetitig
Caroni River Water Power.
The Caroni river In South America
Is Mild to have n remarkably even year
around flow for u tropical stream aud
nlso to afford a great opportunity for
tho development of electrical power.
There aro three waterfalls within n
fdiort distant. c of the spot where It
empties Into the Orinoco river, mid
from the Invest of theo It is estimat
ed more than a million horsepower
can ho generated without any neces
sity of building dums.
Tho following proposed amendment
to tho constitution of tho Stato of
Nebraska, as hereinafter sot forth In
full, Is submitted to tho clector3 of
tho Stato of Nebraska to bo voted
upon at tho general olcctlon to bo
Tuesday, November Oth, A. D.
A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend
Section ono (1) of Aitlclo te.en (7)
oMbe Constitution of tho tttato of
Ilo It Resolved hy tho Legislature of
tho Stato of Nebraska:
Section 1. That Eictlon Ono of Ar
ticle Seven of tho t'onutituiinn of tho
State of Nibranlia bo and tho nnmo
horohy Is nmsndad by btriklnj; out tho
"Second. Perrons of forolen birth
who shall havo dcclniod tin Ir Inten
tion to become eitlzons.eomfornubly
to tho Iav3 ot the United States, on
the subject of naturalization, at least
thirty davii prior to an election."
And Inserting in tho place of tho
woids so stricken, tho following
"Second. Perrons of forolpn birth
who shall have become r!l7ens of tho
Uullml States by natural! iiion or
otherwlso conforinally to the laws of
the United St..t.'j at least tl.:.ty Uaya
prior to an cKctiun.
Sec 2. Tliat at' tho nn'Jral dee
tton ulnoteen hundred and elsthtepn
(1018) thMO ! ..'1 ho subm1 : to tho
electors of tho : ate for tbe.r appjov.i
or rojoctlon tl,. foregoing proponed
r.i-icndment to tho conrtltu'lon ro'at
ln? to tho rlK'it of Htiflraxo At sucli
election, oil the billot of oai h elector
voting for or a -n Inst salt! proposed
amendmont, shall ho written or printed
tho words: "For proposed nmond
ineiit to tho CTiistltutlon relating to
tho right of suffraiio," and "Against
said proposed nmondmont to tho con
stitution relating to tho right of
Sec. 3. It such amondnient shall
bo approved by n majority of all
olectors voting at such oloctlon, said
nniendmont shall consilium Section'
Oue (1) Aniclo Seven (7) of tho Con
etltution of the Stato of Nebraska.
Approved. April 0. IMS.
CIIAU: FS W POOL
L'ecrjUr cf Stats.
Hutico of Hearing
IXutcnf I'linrlet Hurler ilei-ent d. In the
Co'iuty t oiirt nt 't 'uter nuiotv, Ni liniHkn.
The Stato ef Ni hi ask n, lu all perron lin'er
isli il in nlil CKlnle, t-reilliors nnt4 tu-lin take
notice ti.rtt David Hariri Iuik tiled Ills petlttnii
ntleirlug thnt i liarlis llnrter died Imestntoln
Oteo i ount , Nebraska, on or tilHiut .luno 11
HOT. be ln;a icdileiil nnd Inhnlitimil of (Hoe
County, NcltriMkn and tho owner of th fol
ImvliiK dwerlbeil real entnle, In-wlt;
The foiiih one half of the wont one half of
I lio Smith west one tpittrlcrnt St e linn Uilrltcu
Toiihli I, north of Itnnae twelve, Wolutt r
county. N'uiiiniku. lenvlu as hli solo nnd
only hi'lmal law the followliiv mimed per
Mary lliutir, Mldnw. vho died Maieh 21
ItKm, at Nilmuksi, Cawi County, Ni-brnl.a'
John Hurler, mm, and David llarlor, sou;
and praying for a deeieo barrlmi rlhliiiiilhnt
-..'ildiU-mdiiUiticil Intemate: tluu no applica
tion for iidmliiiMiRtlun him In u mmte and
Mie eitnteuf Kalil iteecsii at Iwu tint Iwcn nd.
mlnbleieil In the Stnli t Nebraska, and
th.it the In lir of law of Mild drri dent ni bore
in sit forth Khali tie den in tube iheowivcrs
In fie Ntinpli nl the nhowi ileserlbod rial
i" tale, wldi h has been m-1 for hem Ine on thu
ildilay of Scpteintier, A. n lilts.
Dnii'd at lied cloiid, NehiasUa. this Uiuil
da uf Ainiiiit. A. H. l'.HS.
oj-l A. i. It NM;y. Co inty., Indue.
Schultz & Schaal
First class portraiture
new work, amateur
VOIR PAIRWUCE APPRECUTEO
nm iMwtuwwr inmiMimgM
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the injured man'i fail thought is one o!
tliankfulneu that lie is so. Mow abou
your thoughts it a fiircman should ap.
pear at your home?
The Dxy .
Before the Fire
is the day to insure. As that day may
he to-morrow for all you can know or
do, it fclloui tint prudence would irn
pcll you to stop in our office to day nnd
hnve us issue you a policy,
Hamilton - Gather
Everytlttng g Ifian
or Boy Wears
Rod Cloud Nebraaha
Ur. S. S. Peanlorl M.D.C.
Veterinary lu Oiaruo
C. I! Miner Serum Co.
Hoj? Cholera Serum
Wv.ft Clouilf Nrliraskn
Wire or Phone nl VJur E.pi:n.si:
U. S. Viiturburv Llc.nsc No.-ln
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You thu Fixtures
-v' ! I?
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Successor to Dr. Cross
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RCD CLOUD iNTERASKA
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