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It will Inst two to ten times as long as
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CUB ONLY UUMOUltAXJO I'AI'EH IN
President Wilson left for Paris
yesterday to again take active
part in the peace conference.
One might be justified in wast
ing a moment wondering what
Professor Wilson would have
thought could he have foreseen
or been told what the future
held in store for him?
Few merchants deny that it
pays to advertise. Few there
are who affirm that money spent
in advertising is simply money
contributed to support the local
paper. Now comes the U.S.De
partment of Labor. Information
and Educational Service with
the statement that "The surest
and quickest way to bring bus
iness up to its pre-war standard
is to advertise." Make a note of
that. And note that the big
tobacco companies and others
are not carrying advs in the
Chief because of any personal
interest in the paper. They are
there simply because it pays.
There are so many items of
interest and importance the ed
itor cuts short his personal chat
The Golden Rod Highway
Me&M-s. F. G. Turnure, F. W. Cow
den, G. W. Hutchison anil D. H. Kaley,
the gentlemen comprising the Com
mercial Club delegation which attend
ed the convention of the Golden Rod
Highway Association, in Fairbury, on
Wednesday, returned home the last
of the week in excellent spirits over
the good accomplished, and, if pos
sible, more enthusiastic than over.
Secretary F. W. Cowden informs us
that some one hundred delegates
representing the towns from Nebras
ka City, west to Oxford, were in 'at
tendance at this conventios. He
states that in all probability, Red
Cloud will mark the second division of
the Golden Rod Highway, so named
by GeorgV Buck, Jr., of Beatrice, and
joining tne Waubansis trail. at Neb
raska" Qity and..Jho. .0, hi J).-atr Ox
ford, following up.lhe river shorten
ing'the distance by sixty-five, mile
over trie. Ol.Ii., D to the .northtJof ais.
4pd asBing", through Auburn, Tecjwfc
Nh; Beatrice, Fairbury, Chester, tSU
erwrji RettClftud rind diTweijt W.tkV
SVer'to-'Oxford.' r "w " -V
TRed Cloud also again came hi for.
rccognuion at ineTOig convention by
UM '.election of .Mr.&ObVvdeh, 'as vlce
PMsideM of "-the association 'fcf whicji
E. L. Broym'of Chester, 'was" chosen as
presidentarjd J. G. Sheel'ey, of Alma,
as secretary. In addition to these
officers, thirty three vice-presidents
were named, leprcsenting the towns
along tho highway. Mr. Cowden is
also authority for the statement thaf
the principal address delivered at the
convention in the interest of better
roads by J. H. Riffe, of Hastings, a
member of the Nebraska Highway
Commission, was one which would en
thuse life into a tailor's dummy and
alone well worth tho trip. He also
states that the organization is now
completed, and that every effort will
be made toward pushing the route to
completion. Since at least two of the
counties to bo benefited by the high
way have proven to be a trifle dor
mant in weeks passed, instead of
making provisions to secure due fi
nancial aid required in the construc
tion and marking their neccsary quota
of mileage, yet he is convinced, as
the benefits to be derived are so
ilainly observable, it will be no great
ask, to yet finance tho same, now
that they have been awakened to tho
Ilf.w ouojs ou im pun uonunijs ona
ic left unturned in making the Gold
en Rod Highway the official route
through Nebraska prior to that time
which maiks the opening of the tour
City Council in Session
In the absence of Mayor Damcrcll
from the city, President of the Coun
cil, A. R. Salndcn called this body to
gether, in regular session, at the
Council chambers, on Tuesday even
ing, with all members present. After
the reading of the minutes of the Feb
ruary meeting, the report of S. R.
Floiancc was read and ordered placed
on file and the Council-then selected
tho following judges und clerks for
the coming municipal election:
Judges R. P. Wcosnc". Geo. Clau
son and Claik Stevens.
Clerks Floyd Turnuic and C. H.
Judges D. II. Kaley, J. N. Pope
and D. B. Burden.
Cleiks Ed Garbcr and II. C. Gcl
latly. Said election to be held in the usua'
voting places, in the Council chambers
in the First Ward and the Fiicmnn's
hall in the Second Ward.
On Councilman Trine bringing up
the matter of cleaning up the streets,
alleys and vacant lots before the
spring rains begin Messrs. Hamil
ton and Trine were appointed to look
up the ordinances and recommend any
change that is necessary to enforce
The following claims were allowed:
J. A. Bradford...
W. A. Patten
Leo McArthur ...
S. R. Florancc
O. C. Tcel .
P. H. Boner.
Smith & McKimmey......
Mayer Coal, Co. ,: ,..-
C. F.t McKcigharu.,.,..
Barrett & Mountford
jG-rant TurcrA-i -.- -.-
Geo. , Trine,--ai--
C. R. LpwiflJ - . .
Crane,? Co. vr.---.il.-3-'..
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ALSO A GOOD COMEDY
ORPHEUM Monday, Tuesday
TO THE PUBLIC
This is for you. I am shut in by
order of tho health board. My girl
has the "disease X," as the latest de
cision of tho wise ones term it. Our
physician calls it grippe. The health
board tacked up a big sign leading
"Influenza." I do not believe the
gentlemen and ladies know what they
are doing, but it is up to them to do
something. They closed schools,
churches and theatres for several
weeks, and then discovered that it
was a worthless thing. Then came
nose bags. Now they are discarded.
Somebody suggested squirting scrum
into the victims. That is said to bo ! 1514 N St,
worthless. Next came a mild form
of quarantine for all but doctors.
They go where they please. Every
day they pass from house to house.
A superstition prevails that somehow
thcysterilize themselves,, or "take"
sornc&hjng to protcct.thfcmaelves'and
..u i).75ii.le PUM'C a&ftiwt diseased f c" Ics
across ,. some-
Service Sunday at the
The Revival closes for a short time to allow the church
to aid in caring for the patients. If you are not afraid of
the flu come to the Sunday service. Don't neglect the
sick. The Revival Campaign will continue as soon as p
health conditions warrant.
J. L. BEEBE, Pastor.
In Trade at
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For High Score
At the Bowling Alley
Edward Mvers Wilson.
Arthur,. 4Vilson,,.was united in .pjar
rfage, ;Wednesday.iatL" higa-lnoon,-.' to"
AHsa Lucile .'Chi-istina Jensen, at the
home of the bridcV' parents. Tho
wedding occurred in the presence of
the immediate relatives. J. L. Beebc
tied the knot after which a sumptuous
dinner was served. Lucile is the
dauhgtcr of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jen
sen residing near Indian Creek. She
ia a most excellent and industrious
young lady. She knows how to work
and will do her share of the duties
that fall to married life. Edward is
an honored young man and Kindly
disposed and the young lady who has
secured his heart can be glad the rest
of her days. The groom was dressed
in a fine blue serge and the bride in
blue silk poplin. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
will be at homo shortly on the Arthur
Wilson place, nine miles northeast of
Red Cloud, and will be glad to meet
their many friends.
Dr. R. P. Hoxey accompanied his
wife to Hastings Wednesday where
the lady will rcceivo medical treat
ment in a hosftjtahv - - f0 sill io
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,thrigorthal sftrt.and go an abmrt
attended the football game but .could
fept'tMcM lB'bccVi'in .'the Tob'm:
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oWcer, who rib (Totib't Had been'ihjoW
eneiof.lfroombySes'terdav -wfth JsiclT
fJlks, was on hand to enjoy the'sport.
That made me mad when I heard it.
Last night he attended his lodge and
had a pleasant time. In all this he
shows good sense and taste. I would
do the same if I could. The differ
ence between us is that ho is a doctor
and I am a preacher.
One of my parishioners died yes
terday and I was called to conduct
the funeral today, but the officials
say I cannot go out. The family un
derstands. Tomorrow: will be Sun
day, but I cannot discharge my duties.
I have employed n brother minister
of Los Angeles to take duty for me,
and I want to urge you who lean our
way to hear my good friend preach.
He will not disappoint you. I also in-
invite the health board to put on noso
bags and visit us. Rev. Edward Sta
tom in Orange County Tribune,
Mr. Jas. Peterson was in Cowles
Monday where he purchased the im
plement stock of tho Farmers'
Union there. He expects to place a
man at Cowles in charge of a modern
implement and machine branch store.
Guide Rock Signal.
L. E. TAIT,
A deal was recently closed between
Mrs. Vet Widdersheim and Robert
Boyd and their mother, Mrs. H. B.
Boyd whereby the two former ncamed
became the owners, of a fine quarter
section each of as fine,, farm land as-'
can. .be found, in thisTpeotion ofithoX''
them an egtyythepngidgmtion'-befv'
Sttgr 120,000, divided, ogually .betjye,
ine two' purcnasera, "KODert; getfl
farms would have sodr6nhemark'ryt'',
for $20,000, and thc'new1bvnershav("u
farms they can justly feel proud Of.
They rank with tho best in Webster
county. Bladen Enterprise.
One feature of the good road p'ro-f
gram is that of satisfying all concern-
cd aa to the exact locations of the ini- i
tial projects. In this everybody can
not be suited. It is a problem in
which those in the towns as well as
the farmers should assume an unsel
fish, unprcjuiced attitude. All
should be unanimous get back of
early activity in road improvement
and once those in charge decide on
places whero the improvements are to
be made then all complaints should
cease and all give hearty support of
the program. This is the only kind
of spirit with which to successfully
further tho good road building in tho
counties of Nebraska. Adams County
Kvrythlng m Mam
or moy Wr
There has been considerable burg
lary going on in Superior tho past
week or so. Several of the stores
have been broken into, and many have
discovered in the morning that their
doors had been tampered with tho
night before. Tuesday night some
time after 2 o'clock, R. J. Stephen
son's store was broken into and con
siderable money taken. Just what
else was stolen is not known. Tho
thieves entered by way of the coal
chuto in tho sidewalk. Tho Concor
dia bloodhounds were sent for. They
were at once taken to the place whero
the ;robbcrs are supposed'' to navo
madl .their exit. Tho dogs followed a
trallVcrosajthe street on Commercial,
norti around the City Library, east,
and then south, but scorned every
timo to loso tho scent near Dr.
Butler's office. For some reason or
othr( the dogs could nrjlj go further
and ,thcy woro taken back without
having produced results. Superior
1 10!. WhaHs dorie in childhood days to enrichthe
blood and build; up rugged- health often rhakes
or breaks the man of tomorrow.. The growing
youth, with nervous energy overwrought, heeds
constant care and
to help maintain strength and vitality equal tp withstanding
the dual strain of growth and wear and tear of the body.
The reputation of Scott's is based upon' its 'abundant
nourishing qualities and its ability to build up strength.
Kvtt ft S9wnc. BloomficMi H ) 18-6
Mr. and Mb.
Phone, Jnd. Store l58'Res, 93 RED CI OUD, NEB.
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