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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1918)
aji s x w ' i 11 u u KuLi'ii in.,
O Ik. JLi
That will last a Lifetime
r?OR the sake of a few
dollars 110 W why buy
HIE RED CLOUD CHIEF! Jhe WarJIachine
ea -"". " Wlim Mr. Wilson's war machine was I
building on the ways
regH riled It with words
,um.KMKD KVEKY THURSDAY
'.niuruu in wiu iubiuihil-hi ik iumiuu
n range that in a few years
will nerd repaiis and in a few
years more wi'l be worn out
Add a few more
dollars and buy a
iib Second ("lass Matter
F. L. DROWSE. EJ.toi nd MnBe
'Hh uHliY 1)1 MOrilATIO I'AJ'KH IN
aims Prt.fr; a'jio
of Merit dispinlso .
'The joint Hie wobbly," I'emoso Mild.
"The Wheels tne mju'uu," sultl
I'ho trolly's loose." snld Murray Cm tie.
"She'll never iiin,"suld Smour.
'They ought lo junk the thing," said
ilurv. "and build (i brand new
will last a life time. When bn my n range,
Come and sec 'it and let us tell ym all about it.
U in "a besutihii ranjc
ii Is an ercalrent bk-r
The Range that'll give per
fect satisfaction in every
way and with a Utile care
buy the best.
It is grc:' fuel savor
As a solution of the Demo
Republican problem the Chief
sui'ests that ALL public offices
be taken out of politics. The -i can't approve of it," said Lodge,
plan works well on the judicial "it's rotten"! mied t. k.
ticket Why not extend it' When Mr. Wilson', war machine went
farther? , rushing down the the road
" ' " .The (L O. P. lads gathered round to
Ex-Kaiser Bill has a new job) see the thing explode,
seeking a safe hiding place. Al- "t when tt kept along its course,
ready his punishment begins. nuM the people's cheers,
But recently a man dictating, 'iMiey gathered mouitey wunjucs up
the movement and fate of na-i ! tosed them in thu gears,
tions he becomes an outcast, a "it's slowing upu bit," sitd Hughes,
hunted, haunted f tl g i t i V e , "it can't go very far."
shivering at shadows, fearful , 'i think" said Lodge -it's going to
of frightful fate. hf'-
I "A flivver! 'cried T.R.
It was wise action on the part i wlson ,M''' Wiisom' v,ar machine got
of Mayor Pamercll and' Fire, working over there,
Chief Butler to prohibit ringing Uul iiy tim UuUer ruisod a
The Big Value in a Heater
of the (ire bell for any purpose
other than that for which it i..
intended. The lire bell is an
alarm siinal and its use as a
! token of rejoicing is inappro
priate and highly dangerous.
Imagine what might have hap-
,fivwl lwwl fit lllfin rlll L'Amn.
f I where in the vity last Thursday
Ilinull of wild dt'Sjalr,
L'lio 11. O. 1'. came swainiing1 up like
bees from ouln hive.
I reRlly Jhiok," Nrtid Mr Lodge,
"thej ougTit to let lis drive "
Because, of us'' Mild Root itnd vm)ot
It ruiiB without n jri
Wo, taught him lio'v v make it 'o."
"I built it!" ci led T. R.
j Lincoln Telephone
H and Telegraph Co.
United States Telegraph a, id Telephone Administration
GEO.. J. WARREN, Manager
that you have been looking for.
consumption of fuel Handsome in
durable in construction Hums any
Economical ia the
kind of fut! The
is one that will eive vou " ntire. satisfaction. L.tt us
you all its points of ndvantaae. Come in now.
GEO: W. TRINE
RED CLOUD'S JEADrNG HARDWARE HKALER
With the maximum of nerve force and
physical energy. Utilize the local and
long distance service of your telephone.
When you feel the necessity of being
in two places at the same time, go to a
telephone and let your voice travel for
you. Our telephone SERVICE reaches
bone ot me conveniences
I electricity brings
Some time when our law mak-' Wpui comes, us tim Chi"t''g"es m
ers up at Lincoln arc at loss for. pros-, of ihu iK-utit of Mr. Tunf-on in
! legislative material we suggest :hu'iiortiieasti-etiou or the city,
'discussion of a change -in the --- --
form of ballot. Those circles, Celebrating Pcaco
-::.iVnrtv.i iir,.7f. n, V TI, c,,iof "
SX hf ui"" ,. " , "', " ,' I l Cloud ell...,-
1 ,.',.,.", ,., ,i , iMtots fill the' streets nml -muko
straight ticket idea came mighty w frcc tn
(near creating serious confusion 0J lmm, , rl
.at the recent election llu tJ lnll ,
I circles are really a use less ap- le Cro,slllllra,5 tl ld worIw M.huol
" ' Ulttflit kltrkUtu ltvliivniirtil Kilt. rtai.
In common ith other news-;.V(iioiollt to cbfn-k pinotic cnhusi
papers all over the country tht ,jjm.
Chief was caught on the prema- j '
lure report of Germany's sig- Home Guards Give Banquet
nature to the armstice. How-'
ever, it's true now and we car I Under xupices or thu riomo Guurds
afford to forget the erroneou' noi-toiH .Miu'iioii.Crpihtoniuidstek-
I ; message Which, even though it! " wnie tendered n Imuqui't Ht the
CllCi place the press in a falsi' , I'owell & l'upe reMiiumut lust Tltms
position and did cause needles., i iy evening. Forty-unu pin'es wnn. :
suffering in families havini 'ltd. county Anon.-y Frank Muulav
relatives in the war zone, wa.s!d School ypt. p. ai. Wnitehcad
inspired by a patriotic anxieti k'uvo thu addresses, tho doctors !
to get glad nCV.'S Circulated a! Isponditig with nppr.prlate romuiks
Dr. Stoi'kmnn Iff t tin' mxl. iimridiiir
for service 'at Ft. iley. The other
two expect to gq later.
CONSIGNMENT SALE OF
Shorthorn and Polled Durham Cattle
HEBRON, Neb. MONDAY, Nov, 18
(' uiiKi'ciii) tit 1: l I'. M., 'it thu N'-v L'.i'tK- Uai u
the earliest possible moment.
While the wirin6am
s.. 0 v. , -an . . m
paign is on-riecvniy
your noitie ana inaKe
living more enjoyable.
How many times have 3'ou re
solved to have electricity in your
home "some day?" Now you
can afford it.
Not only have special rate3 for wir
ing been arranged for this campaign
but tho three-fold economy of EDISON
MAZDA Lamps which give three
times an much light as old-style car
bon lamps will help ycu pay the cost.
And the whob family .iil enjoy the
benefit of electric service that makes
possible innumerab's conjfer .3 and con
veniences such a3 the electro tonster,
flatiron, table grill and vacuuni tlonnor.
Let us explain the saving you can mata
rI i,y having your house wired y.o v.
I Now that the smoke has gone
we may all lake a clear view ol
, the political battlefield, con
gratulate the winners and set
tle down to regular business.
Some of our republican contem
1 poraries continue to assert that
I the democratic party is an er
1 ror. As food for a little
serious thought we respectfully
, refer them lo one Noah Web
ster a conceded authority
who says, 1st: Democracy is
a form of government in which
the people choose executive
and judicial officers and legis
late through representatives:
2d: Republicanism, a system
of government by elected repre
sentative;?. Urn! Probably we
better shake hands and let it go
Death of Mrs. Jas. KcGuire
Another pioneer clti.en answered tho
UhhI summons lustThuisdny uf teruoon.
Mrs Jleduiro had been ill for some
time, and death was not unexpected
Sho was born at Unndaly, 111., April
tttli, IS 1.1, her maiden name beim;
N'aney Kmellno Smith. In IStll she
man led .John A. Siubert and uauie to
IVebsier eoiiuty in lSs1.'. Mr. Siebert
died in lSUS and in litO.". she man led
James McCJulre, who with her four
daughters, three sons and four step
ehlldion, mourn tho loss. Funeral
services were held from tho home on
Sunday afternoon, Rev. John D. Hani
45 -Head Cows,'Hei2ers, Bulls -48
..The bull ouVriuft oonsiafs of five herd Intlls. Ivo -1 ye.ir olds
Dob Acres and Jumbo Hvers;reeii. ltob Aer.'s sir l by (ilnstor- Vietnr;
lil- dam M1--S l.aveuilcr by lloynl L-ivndet ; Jtmib.i Kvergrt-en sited by
Dualuii.u Bviireen, by I'lince E.ciK'een.
Thive. 2-yeir oil T,nl, slre.l by J.j? I, iuraiti.r. Uaj liyrht by Red
Stui; White Hero by Ued Slur, fiom ooddnms trnetnj? to Imp. Flora.
The yoifng bulls aud belfirsaro sired by White Hero by Hero
Aaordeen; Joe Lancaster by Duvbrealc Duae; Hub Aores by ,Ulosters
V.utot; Guidon Dutchman by Secret llerojHampson by Lavender Ooods',
lv-d Knitjlitby Secret Knight by Secret Clmoiplon.
A number of the females arc well nluliif in calf or will sell with
cdf.trsldo. These cattlo are all in Hue breeding condition to go out
aud do thu imit'' 1. Kieh In eolor; ltomis (tinl Iteds vlth bloeUy
type. Tiit i ,it 'i 11 "y to upt bptfer breeding unttl will be offered at
this sale :".:",i ."'.sb or its eci'ilvaletit
Hebron Sale Pavilion Company,
U A. MeCutney, Kiel. hnan Journal Soemati. (' 12 iSivimi, Secy,
II. S DuneiiM J. II. Birr, Auet ForoititojwiutoJ.il Birr, Mgr.
S 5J a fcl&vi w J mvmj vL&m ifii ot$ s k s iWl
Tear Out Fill in Hand Lellcr-Carrier or Mai! to Post Office
TO THE LOCAL POSTMASTER: -Kindly have lcttcr-ca::ier deliver
to mc nr - tnr wldcli I wil! pay on delivery:
...$5. U.S. WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS ot $
Ever thing SWcfrJcal
Um'.l fui hbi' iiiiile', Deuli'is hi UuthUnk. lHtllal JU fuinlsh
iiwu.itii viriiouir'iuVKUNMKNr pcR-iraiid without .uy
restiuiM rim f.r the foltowiii eoustiuellon woiU:
Ki'p.ilrs 1 1 existbiir striiiitiifL's, wlieri thu lot il enmpleied tost
of ie),ius, Including labor, does iix' exceed JM10 00.
Additions to exiatlnu s'ruetures, wlui the total eoiutilted
cost of tun additions, including l.jiior, dyjos n t e.xeenl 3300. Co
Any fiirm stuictoVes, where the total eo'iuplo'ed eo-t, luuhullne;
labor, ...ies ii.it xeeed JlOnOOi
Some say the change of :ul
ministration was due to V;1-
H sons petition to democr.icv.
1 some say it was be-ausc of pi.p-
I ular craving for a . hange. some
say this and sonv y that, v s
! the reason and little b'.d
whispered t,un,ta , ;t was '
cause of th Severe rtiet'.on
imposed on the c r.niry prss
by conservation rv!cs, -vvhi'. ! '.ih-
, many cases impos. u doau I ss
i upon i)ublishersani ;ttho sa.. o
lime- deprived them of o;v ,r-
Mituiy u letreive mo o it."; s,
But lisU,lii, we lieliove it ".as
Ihn tinl: nf thn rhwV. Tl.-it
i "tide in the affairs of men wlv- h
taken at its flood leads on o
f(jrlune" was at hand for the
' republicans, just as it has swung
I for the democrats in the int. r
j mediate elections between the
Cleveland and Wilson u-
ministrations. By that saire
j token we shall win in 1020 and
j the Chief ventures to whisper
very gently lor it is early
yet the magic name "Persh
ing." on an "American" ticket
fi-, r.iet t'n i.i ( lieu 1 1
.1 of ,n Iii.le-ti.i I
Cherry the largest county in Nebi.w.
ltd, contains more vtpiHte miles than
either Conuectiuut.'Deleuiiio or Him le
Isltatil, aud is more than seventy- ne
tlnii larger tlinu the District of Co' i m.
bia if tim earth population is i,;u 0
do '.us e-uuiutcd.KVLM'y nian.woniun .1
eblld could siaiid In Cherry comity .1 i
have a paca two feqi njitnrq,
Baptist Church Notes
1'ieiieliliig at 11 a in. and 7:.'10 p
Suiiibn School at In a. in.
Urn;, er meeting eneh Weilncsdii
tivenui r ht 1:'V) p. m. T'f I ords biiji
per ui I be observed uttci the morn
lug scmon. Lofc us remember the
wonts of the Lord? "This do us oft as
y dr.i .It It In IUmetubranjo of Mc
I'nr is' .;f ten us ye cat this bread am)
ilrinK ihis cup ye du ehow forth mj
death i ill I coin.
In i 'tis simple and sidemn observauee
wet- i ognistu t lie siicritleiHl spirit oi
ciirii-t . our aitvlor. lMirliijf the ti irible
atniK e Wo have just passed Uuuugli
manj lutvo leal ued the spirit of sacri
fice a- never before. Then lot us strive
tospi .d the truth Hint there is mure
Imppi i ss in service than to duur.i.ute.
Ibu.l r unib.r w.m..l) If brU.t Lttoil
25c. U. S. THRIFT STAMPS ot 25c. each.
1 i, iritHfTi.u
5 I ..Vn fcTITTJ
3 i ciE:Wi.KV
V. S. S. COST DURING I9IS
Ai II J4.I5 July 14 10 I Oct. t4.?J
A. f ! 16 At ' " No-. 2i
Ji...e -1.17 Sc-.i. i-O Dlc. 4Zi
W P '. wit -'! $5 CO JNVUARY I. I93 '
Will be held at Inavale,
Neb., about the last of
November. All persons
having stock or other ar
ticles to sell will do well
to see J. W. Wonderly or
leave a list of your prop
erty for sale at the bank
of Inavale in order that
it may be put on the bills.
lyvvW-fcV,r- .j-wrYx.-v t r ,-
nr.-i.-n- -iw ! i i n
PAY PLEDGES FOR
UNITED WAR WORK.
C-ntrlb'itors to tbn I 's United
W.t- Wcrk Canipatlan C-.i'no tlu
v.;sl: of" November 11-1", v.ln,n He
rc''. will mHke a to per cent
ov.r.cubscrljjtlon to Itj $.?,0C0,000 j
quota, will bo permit' d to pay J
ll.Jr pleats In throe iittlHmrit
durlnu period of thrc: mont.u if
Tho Nebraska Otats CcrrunllUo J
In charro of lliln cane:'-! biHtvcs
tbnt wiio of those who give to the
fund would rather maky their con
trlbuttors In thrco pat'.3 and they
will permit them to do so, nnd thus
hlp with a larger pled ) the Seven
Allied organizations carrying otmo
of tho comforts of heme to the
boya in m'lltcry service.
Installments may be paid cg fol
50 of Pledoe, Decenber 2.
25 of Pledge, January 15.
20 of Pledgo, March 1.
"i". Ww-V' w-.w-k-v-
"SEVEH DRIVES IN ONE"
TO HELP THE BOYS.
"Rally 'roiind tho boys with the
flnp." This Is the urgent pica of Mrs.
(Jnicn F. OholBon, etato director for
the Wnmon'rt Committee, United War
Work Campnlgn for Nebraska.
Mr. Ciholson la urging every wo
man In tho Mnto to oomo to the front
this wool, nnd lond her a.sslxtance
with "the Meat work of the sovon big
orgnntzntln i which nro helping the
Govcinmci" win tho war,
Your Sluiro Tm Jlajo' Tny.
SICK BOYS "TUCKED IN"
LIKE MOTHER DID IT.
"I huven't been tucked In for ages,
not since my mother used to do It
wiion I was a little kid." Theso wore
tho words of a Nebraska tailor who
wast stationed at tho Great Lakes
during the recent Influenxa. epldomlc
when a worker of ono of tho seven or
ganizations In the United War Work
Campaign went between the cots and
r" tucked him In."
"Now that's !;ood It's Just n If
mother wnir hero to have you do that."
The sick buy was well In a few duys.
Wlmn hi. I ed about tho work helm;
done by th i United War Workers he
roplIM, "Jt'i like jour mother going
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