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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1918)
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deed, when the adverse condi
tions arc taken into consideration.
Some time since we noted the
coincidence of German "peace
talk and American Liberty
Loan drives. Another instance
is now in evidence. With the
I added item that the Central
f Powers are in a precarious sit
e uation militarily. So precarious
j a situation thai, "peace parley"
I 'seems the only way out. The
I allied armies under the direc
I tion of Foch, Haig, Pershing,
t'Save set and sprung a great
trap. Germany is within. It
is patent to patriots that she
will not be permitted to sneak
out under cover of parley for
Messrs McKelvic, Andrews
and Taylor devoted an hour or
more to Red Cloud last week
explaining clearly how it is not
necessary to follow party lines
in the torthcoming election and
explaining with equal clarity
how voting the Republican
ticket is the only way out of
' world troubles. See the point?
It is clear as mud.
Hi i!1 .IF 1
The Tentative Ideas of the Fashion
Artists Have Crystallized
THE experimental stage in trying out the new Fall and Winter
fashions has passed and only the mosT: successful ones remain.
You find the best efforts of the New York, Cleveland, London
and Paris fashion artists here in Red Cloud.
We take a great'deal of pride in our showing of women's and
misses' coats- for it is the result of months of searching for the best
in the market: a market, as you know, that has been none too well
supplied and has been getting thinner day by day.
You can buy here with confidence that you are receiving the
wmiauiiin uwor , u,
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ed Cloud, Neb.
Germany is trying the "peace
talk" came again. Strange, al
most inexplicable, that she still
labors under the delusion that
she may cry "kamerad" and be
immediately restored to her
former place in world-society.
Strange, almost inexplicabl e
that she should expect the civi
lized world to accept her prom
1 ise after having thoroughly es
tablished a reputation for mak
ing promises only to break them.
The Allied world is with Wil
son when he says, in effect,
what Grant said in 'fil. "The
price of peace is "Unconditional
' ScnatorsHitehcock andNorris
missed the opportunity of their
lives last week. The wheel of
1 Fortune placed in their hands
the power to give women equal
political rights with men. They
, had " opportunity to ghe the
' mothers, wives and sv, ecthearts
'a merited compliment and a
J slight reward for'their unselfish
1 devotion, .untiring effort and
.heroic sacrifice in war work.
iThev could have' made them
selves famous as the two men
who freed much of the popula
tion of the United States from
political shackles. Two votes
were needed to do this. With
their votes Senators Hitchcock
, DAY'S SALE OF
Duroc Jersey Swine
Will be held on the farm 1 mile south and 1 I -4 mile west
of Nora, Neb., and 1 2 miles northeast of Superior, on
TUESDAY, OCT. 22, 1918
Commencing at One o'clock, Sharp
40 - Head of Swine - 40
20 Spring Boars. 1 8 Spring Gilts 2 Fall Gilts
DIG TYl'R, BIO HONK, EASY FKBD1NG and PROLIFIC. They
huvc till been given the tloublu treatment, imd wo consider them
immune. In piosuntlng 'ills, offering wo have selected 'JO hoars
hiuI ' ollt.s. tho tons of this year's crop of pics. They hnvo been
fed nml grown for future usefulness und we bellevo they will go I
nut and make good for the buyer. The blood lines, wo are sure, ' 1
Hro us good as the breed affords.
For further Information write for catalogue. Come and spend tho
day with us and have dinner. whether you wish to buy or tiot
TKUMS-Csish or nine months time on approved notes beniing 7 per
cent interest. FKKK LUNCH AT NOON.
Sale in tent, no postponement on account of weather.
CARL DAY, Owner
Allots -Cols. A. W. Thompson, V C. Henderson.
John Yung, Clerk
I Christian Church
fl'THF RFn nnim PIIIEE and Norris could have placed
IHL iLU LLUUD LlilLi themselves in the limc-liuht of
ed louu, Nebraska.
I will offer at Public Sale on my farm 6 miles cast of Red
Cloud and 4 miles west of Guide Rock, on
Commencing at 10 o'Clock. Sharp
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26 Horses and Mule
:iv. v. iv
t'UULISHBD KVBKY THURSDAY
intcred In Uiu I'oMoilko at Hcrt i. d.'Neb
ai Second Class Matttr
F. L. DROW NE. Ed.loi nd M.n.je
vn: only iii:.ioeitAXiu pa cut
SUNDAY Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p.m.
Service at Indian Creek at 3 p. m.
The public cordially invited to attend these services ,
What Is The Liberty Loan?
It's succor nml life for a IiIcoiIImk
It's, tlie Kliniiiior of Peace ntdn.wi.
It'o tho strength of 11 mighty .urn to
It's tin? Klenm of r creutsorl drawn.
Uut, more than all, it's the pledge of
To the liuls whom we call "Our Own "
To the boys on land, afloat, on high.
It'b the t:o(l old ''Money f'f''" home."
-Ity n.u.i'H B. McM'iun.
a popularity mat wouia nave
covered, as with a mantle of
charity many acts which have
aroused criticism in tho past.
But alas! Partisan prejudice was
too strong tor them. Rather
than appear to yield to power
ful and wise advice, they let
the onnortunity no by. They
voted "No." Shame Mr. Hitch
cock! Shame, Mr. Norris!
G man', from ." to .'. jears old, ut frum 1'0 to liOo, all in foal to
jack. Draft Ouliling.,fiMni .'! to'n yis old M hf-ud of ijiulos, ranging
from, snejiling-i to 1-yi olds, including 1 e.x'ra good span lyr olds.
40 Se Foiled Durham Cattle
1U stt. from l to 3 yis old. 10 young milch eoit. 10 head of
yearling--. - i.-. lifers and calvi'H.
50 Ducks and Geese Lunch Wagon on the Ground
.1. II. RLLINGER, Auet
S. R. UM.OlUXCIi, Clerk.
TERMS Cash or 1 2 months time.
Ho A. Johnson.
LrOil Strike At Rjverton
Lincoln 1 elephone
- and Telegraph Co.
WARREN. Mafic cr
nam xt n n exm
t n$ 5? 4 i? ti ipH 0 ffvei
Si'l 3 a: W U tf f -2 jSi
There is constant -trort
toward checking the upward
trend of cost. An er.-ctual
remedy is "Win tho Wat. '
Turkoy is .v.vakeninrt
faet that thanksgivhi'.
dra weth nhjh. You k no
happen? to turkey abo
"The Hrst requisite for doing business
is to be able to get a customer. The
more customers you can readily get at
the more business you can do."
As it is "the mind that does business"
and "the telephone gives the mind wings"
you can do more business by telephone
than Jany other way, because you can
reach more customers and you reach
them in a personal, voice-to-voice man
ner, that builds business?
Do You Make Fall Use of the
Telephone in Your Business?
It's getting along rap. ,y to
the time when all pnp i will
be high-priced. Drop in, or
write, and renew your su ncrip
tion while the price is lo . Now
is the time!
The way Americans wage
war- A soldier line man import
ed that his telephone li"! was
shot down 2'1 times. " ,.at did
you do?" "Why. 1 put it up
again, of course!"
Republican office seekers are
saying in effect "We will stand
squarely by the president" but
we should be elected because
the democratic congress stands
too squarely by the president.
Their game ofpolitics is a queer
Government experts Svjt the
mark for a billion bushel wheat
crop. Harvest is compl te and
report shows 918.920.000 I .shels.
This is coming pretty cise to
the mark. Very gratif mg in-
Tlie Shito .Tourniil says Rlvertou lias
struck oil. The discovery was iniule
lute S'lturduy while worUineii were en
giweri in dipKiiiK a cess pool in the
inldilli! of Mill street in tho northwest
part of town Kvery post anger uvnil
alile tins heen rushed into the service
ami today land owners rre earnestly
lti seat en pi tne iiiucien treasure.
The (low was struck at a depth of
t.veuiy feet and tilMin,uLrli apparently
a uiei-u clnitiiiel fnuii Hi1 main lu-.id-viy.
t runs one gallon, in Mneo iniii
llt"t itinl is const. int. l'lirei huuJivd
gui.iP". nirrRiiy nave ii-n ihlii. i ;ie
oil ! st (S per neiit pure. A pait M?5
the nl lias been utietl iu auti'iunbilo1.
and (ins proven sutUfuctory. . i
.oi in jaru na inj imvn ufi-n u v
Stir-el over hii event of this ort,
Foiu i-xpotts here Sunday pronoune jil
the oil of exeejlent quality. ( 'hei
oxpi-rts liavu been called for co is.ln.
Hon. In the liieautinie eirorts Uf 1.
oate tho maiu hiuhwny aioln progress.
Tlio IUeovcry was made at the but'om
of a lull. Prospecting is bulnu done
along the slope.'
This is not tho Hist inkling of v.tlua
ble nil deposits hero Several years
a,M haae Slieplierdsnn, now dot-eased,
due a number of wells5 befoio lie could
Hint one d'Jiii whJeh he could uso the
wa'er. He told his neighbors that the
wiiiti' from the others was thick with
oil Mr. Shcperd90(i,.however, did not
attempt further investigation.
SI"--ririJrv -' v-fl"!
That vill Last a Lifetime
EpOR the sake of a few
dollars HOW why buy
a range that in a few years
will need repairs and in a few
years more will be worn out
Add a few more
dollars and buy a
TiL South Bond DM. '
line Naik-ubio hasige
.The Range that'll git? per
fect satisfaction in every
way and with a little care.
will last a life tinr. When buying a range, buy tho best.
Come and see it and let us tell you all about it.
It is a beautiJul range
It is on excellent bnker
It is a great Iu.eJ savor
The annual mooting of the stock
holders, of the Farmers Independent
Telophnuo Co., will be held Oct. 12,
l'.HS at3 o'clock, p. m., at the Court
llniso iu the city of Red Cloud, Nob.
A full attendance is desired
Dated at. Hod Ulo'ud.Xeb ,Oct. 1, 1D18
2w O. C. Tkki,, Secy.
The Big Value In a Heater
that you have been looking for. Economical in the
consumption of fuel Handsome in appearance Strong
durable in construction Burns any kind of fuel The
(iood meals good -ervlee--motlerato jjj
is one that will give you entire satisfaction. Let us show
you all its points of advantage. Come in now.
GEO. W. TRINE
RED CLOUD'S LEADING HARDWARE DEALER P
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