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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1918)
That will last a Lifetime
T70R the sake of a few
dollars IWVS why buy
n ranyc that in a few years
will need rcpniis and in a few
years more will be worn out
Add a feu more
dollars and buy a
ME RED CLOUD CHIEF
Hod Cloud, Nobrnsktv.
'UULiIMHHD BVBIIY THURSDAY
taturrd In tliu I'ostolllic nt Hid Moml.Nob
an Hccond Clans Mattti
F. L. CHOWNi:. ItJller intl M.nse
UNI.Y DKMOCHAIIO I'AI'KH IN
Alwns Prefer nb'c
will list a lfc time. Whin Jni)ing n rn
Come and si-c it and let u, ' !' y u all about it.
It it; a be. it if ul ran&a
It is an r .client baker
It in a groft fuel savci'
The Rnrge that'll y.vc per
fect satisfaction in every
way and with a
Bi Value in a Healer
that you have
been looking for.
fuel Handsome in
construction Burns any
Economical in the
kind of fuel The
one that will nive vou entire satisfaction. Let us show S
vou nil its noinls of advantage. Come in now. B
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GEO. W. TRINE
RED CLOUD'S LEADING HARDWARE DEALER
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I Some of trie conveniences
Today the Chief joins in n
world-Thankst'iv l n U . 1 1 i s
thankful for the opportunity
to uivc thanks.
Senator Penrose, of Pennsyl
vania, is the man who said "let
sutfar tfo to 30 cents and conser
vation will be automatic," lit
is liable to a setback now. ow
ing to the progressive fight
against the seniority rule. The
"automatic" theory is getting
The eyes of the world center
particularly upon two men.
these days. President Wood
row Wilson and ex-kaiser Wm.
of antithisos i.i character, ambi
tion and achievement mimar
embodiments cf right and
wrong living types of succes
and failure. '
Not speaking in any sense oi'
criticism, a curious lino ol
thought is suggested by the
resigiiation of McAdoo. One
prominent secretary left the
Cabinet when he saw war ap
proaching, another leaves when
peace is at hand. The Chief
opines that both were tired, and
perhaps the job ahead looked
Ni rses are popular people
these davs. Whether the "llu"
be real or imaginary the doctor
is called and a nurse lollows.
This is right and proper. The
Chief adds, as a comment.
Don't get scared, don't expose
yourself to chills and if you
have not, as yet, reached the
doctor-nurse degree use th.
same precautions with the ad
dition of foods and drinks th:it
make for resisting power: al
stain from over-exertion, ab
sorb sufficient repose out of each
2-1 hours and worry not.
Senator Morris has swepi
jiftide ti volume of criticism;!,
much th' same manner as ;
.ip .rian handles a swarm !
noes. Even though the Chh i
ditleis politically with tin
"Centleman from Nebraska" t
must give him credit for sta. .
hm (something in the s'n.jLe.
The seniority rule, plaeiiv; a
man at the head of import ml
' ommitties regardless of any
onsideration other than the
tact of his senatorial age.sh -uld
be relegated to a place on the
shelf devoted to obsolete cus
9 s MLA
paige is on-EIecttify
your eovne ana maite
living more enjoyable.
How many times have you re
solved to have electricity in your
home "some day?" Now you
can afford it.
Not only 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 light as old-otyle car
bon lamps will help you pay the cost.
And the whole family will enjoy the
benefit of electric service that makes
possible innumerufilo comforts and con
veniences such as the electric toaster,
flatiron, table grill and vacuum cleaner.
Let us explain the caving you can mat e
by having your house wired no-.r.
When Peace is Declared
"Now that the war is ended"
is heard quite frequently, and
the "let up" of the war grip is
an interesting topic. Some of
the releases are scheduled as
Control of Jmllroacls Twenty one
Control of telegraph and telephone
lines- DuriiiK tin wjir.
Food and fuel oonttol When stnte
of war is elided nnd penre proelu'med.
Hsplonngo net End of fhe war
War Trade Hoard and export entrnl
Knd of wnr.
War FinnneelCorporntloH Six months
ufter the wnr with further time f.ir li
quidation. Cipitai;issties(.nin)'''.ec-Six months
UeorKiuil'utton government buieau
under the'Ovi'i man lu-wSix months
after the war. " t
AlienlV' perl v Cntodlun Uinl nf t lie
war, with extension of time for . rtaili
(ioicriiiiir ii' operul.on of slip -Jive
j .ti - .iftt i t ho w jr.
Airethft Hoard -Six mouth a
Hayes Writes of France
IX-nr Folks at Home:
t nm just sotting mound waiting for
my brcaUfiist to "ftottln" mid will oe
'eupy the time wilting you a little
It my hifit letter I told you of hind
lug at Brest: Siiy, it was a grimd
iUht to see all thriSO large transports
.teaming into the harbor. Ours was
tl'e flhgship of the llnet And wo lead
them all in. '1 lie gateway to the har
bor is about a quarter of a mile wide
on eneli Hide is a large hill so thf
ships had to enter in fciiigtiVule.
IiMIigh School, while tahiiig Ancient
History, I learned about Caesar who
in days of old mid while at wnr, hud
strongly fortlflel himself In a largo
city. Around tills city he built a
great wall. Well, Brest Is the city
and the wall is still .standing. And
let me tell you, It is some wall. It is
built of folld rock, Is about one hun
dred feet high and I should say about
12 feet thick.
While In litest that day 1 saw a man
who was under Ihe intluence of liquor,
fall from the top or that wall. He
wiih instantly hilled by the fall. I
lioaiil n (lnetor say that every bone in
Ids body was lirohen.
Wo weie loaded lypiu. a train, In
third-elns'i uoiu'hcK, arid besides six or
even hundred sailors titer' win n
Urge bunch of soldiers on bj'ird, and
it seemed like u toy train when com
pared to the trains at home. The sol.
diets had to ltde in box cars, but the
sailors wire treated butter, We got
roaches, such as they were.
On the outside of the box cars are
puinted the words, "Homines 30 to lo,"
"Chevoux 8." Moaning, men U0 to 10;
horses ..8. That is the capacity of a
French box car.
I guess wo did not. have it any nicer
than the soldiers, for all the windows
woie out of our cars and oh, how it
licl raln.3uWe had lo ride those coach
es two days and two nights. I guess
if us fellows were notall in tlm "pink"
of condition wo would certainly have
been biuk, but as it was only two or
tlireo suffered any ill effects from the
When wo ntrived at I'.iulllac we
weioasoiry looking lot, believe mo.
We were wet. dirty, hungry, tired,
and all had colds- but inlde fiom that
wc wr.ie all 0. IC.
There are no toilets in a French
ihiid-elass coach, so wc could not wash
lining Hie trip. We were given rr.
tions corned beef, bread, an 1 t-Qtw
fruit-but one night when the tnun
had stopped wo liled out to stretch om
legs and a couple of little French hi K
stole tlm lnrgest pnrt of our rtitiuiis.
:?o for three nienU all vw had to c.it
As Inch would have it, we ran ucro'.
a large army emnp and uue of our fc"l
liers guvc n dollar for a loaf of .bread,
i'.mt was Hi,- best lasting th'ng I ivi
s t my teeth Into. The eight men in
myiMinpurtmcnt cleaned up th.it IjhI
and not one even ashed fur butter.
Tliu m.t morning we woke up hear
ing a little "hard-boiled" chief jelling,
"Come on, you birds. Heave out and
fall in on tho poit sido of that coach
over thoic " Wc snagged out of it tho
best we could under the circumstances.
He gave us about a llftcon minute loo
tuie, telling us how wo wore supposed
to conduct ourselves lu Franco. Ho
also requested that any of the boys who
wanted to start a navy of their own,
should let him know. Ho said, "Tliero
are lots of hard-boiled men oil this
station but I am the hardest one, by
Such was our welcome ioP.u111hc(
Glrondc, France. We soon found out
that the little ehiof was a prince of a
fellow. He would do anything In his
power for us
That morning we" sat down to anoth
er never-to be-forgotten meal. Wc
had hot biscuits beuus.pr'.ues, butter,
coffee, aud then sonic peaches. I tell
you we kept that mess cook busy for a
while. Wo were assigned to our bar
racks where wc washed up and after
sending word lo tho folks nt home, we
turned In for a good rest. (To be con
tinued ) Sciiuylkii.V. Il.vvr.s.
A miWii' Hiat.El m. A a wift
cess p,-- jr v
I v Mew2.'75'St; - A . T I
This' Year of all Years
Should be Joyful
Join the World
A Patriotic Christmas
Buy Useful Gifts-Buy Them Early
"jTn spite of the scarcity o2 good Mer
ehandise rmd its increasing price, we
now present unujjually large titocks of
new and desirable goods at very rea
Tncle Sam is keenly opposed to use-
less giving of useless gifts follow
his dictates and make this a Practical
Give Only Such Presents
As You Yourself
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Knit Wf IfSi
Underwear AXv Ji?
Please" m )S
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5 BuilJiiag Permits i
Wj Li. ii. lurliii iuHuvS, l)f.!!i n .ii It iiliHi.' Mtt'ii.tl will fiiiriinh )
m.l.-ilil Wll'lluUTliiiVt;:N.MF.M'l'fin. ll'uul iiiihouiany ;
Ji resti'i'il im for the fallowing eoiifttruu'lou wuiU: ,
jl U-pnirs t i exl-ti'ig struotuns, whore the t.itnl i-uinp'oled tost j'
!J of U'iJ.ilii, Including laboi, .lues Hot eXtfind ii.'OO.U'J, !
jj Additions to existing str.iuture., wlnro Hie tutal completed ",
cost of the additions, liioluiling I ibor, dooi n it exceed S'i.'OO.Co I'
Any f.irm stmetnres, where the total comple'eil co-it, Inuludlng t
labor, dues not t-xeoed rliMOO) ,
iiieujturj stiii uhitloU"Ki
pr nont etnnrgenoy
, i ! atiiigl eoni i u t Inn Enil
a ii t xcepffor dhipbu iders.
Labor employment ilurliu tl. ior
getiey. MiiH-iHlssMimilMti'i AsKoon pnh
lblo.after proclmn 1 1 1 a if pen. .
Tlsis brings up the (itirstion
as to when "peace" is to hi Kin.
As a matter of fact, the United
States is still, technical, at
war with Germany. Bullets
have censed to fly, but "Peace"
will not be really in existence
until the treaties are signed and
declarations issued by the ad
ministrative heads of the Allied
All this will take time, s the
literal end of the war is ;im in
definite date. "The v. is
.ver" but the dismantling pro
ess will keep us busy 'for -mie
time to come. -
Repairing War Damages
A department of War Eniergetiej
and Keconsthieilori Ims just been or
ganiziilby the MiaslonHr' Centenary
0')niudsi4ori f the Methodist ohnroh,
wli.nt headquarters for I-iwu anil Ne.
bra-.'.ni aro at Oiiiuha.
Hie new department, is to help in re
building tlie churches nod schools that
weio destroyed in Franco and Holgiuin
daring thu war, an 1 to assist tlm seat
toied pooples of theso couutiies In
starting life over again.
The sum of S:T,000 has already been
raised for this purpose and turned
over to llic war woik cuminltteo of the
Council of Churches for Immediate use.
Tlie no.v department will also do re
llgious work among soldiers both at
home aud ovorsoas by equipping chap
lains, supporting churohs in camp
zone-,, and relieving tho bufferings of
Tho program proposed will require
Ki.to(KH) tliu tli-jt year, and this
itUKMint will be asked In addition to
the 31!,0o,0CW Hiinjml Centenary of-
furiiijf liuiljr jilannml for. ,
United States Telegraph and Telephone Administration
GEO. J. WARREN, Manager
The Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph Co.
is a Nebraska Institution, owned,
operated and under direct control
of Nebraska People
We have nearly 2000 stockholders residing in
No other corporation has one dollar of voting
stock in this Company.
It is under the same control that it has been
under since its organization in 1903 and
will follow the same conservative policy
that has always been in force.
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TO THE LOCAL POSTMASTER:--Kindly have Icttcr-camcr deliver
tnr which 1 will pay on delivery;
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to me "n
$5. U. S. WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS at $
Ibul. oun.b.1 hiuUkII IS. UlCff tvl.wj
25c. U. S. THRIFT STAMPS at 25c. each.
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