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   West Bend Journal (Newspaper) - May 2, 1918, West Bend, Iowa                                We Priilt Your 3OB WORK Read the Journal Ads and BUY AT HOME West Palo Alto May 10 lOWASRED CROSSQUOTA IS State Chairman John Hopes to Raise Two Million Dollars at Least t EACH CHAPTER WILL PATUDE MAY i Big National Campaign Opens on May 20th and is to Continue one Week Must be Raised to aid Boys The second Red Cross war fund cam which will be waged during the 20 to will be handled by the best organised forces of cam tpalgners Iowa has ever sent after funds in opinion of those in The national quota to be raised Is f and Iowas quota of this amount has been placed at thepopulation of the vthe per capita and the nterest find ability shown in previous campaign forfunds for war Parades on May 18 On May a big Bed Cross parade vls plannedfor each of the 168 Red in the This par ade will feature the floats illustrative of Bed Cross It is also planned to have many banners telling of the great work done by the Red Cross po licemen and firemen in uniform city nnd county all civic and mill school Ju mof Red members and nurses in Chairman Wallace desires each and chapter In the state to for u creditable May19 has been designated flss Bed CrOsr at which time all willt include special ser tWW the aunls igfs Files of will de liver a Patriotic address at the Op era House Sunday Files is an excelent orator and will de liver a good mes ORTH DE LIVERS STIRRING PATRIOTIC SPEECH A LARGE CROWD IS PRESENT TO HEAR DEAL OF STORM LAKE ALSO ORATES John Orth of Guthrie Cen appeared here last evening at the opera house and delivered a stirring patriotic address before a large aTadi Orth was born and educa ted in Germany and came to America at the age of twenty to escape the big military machine of the Kai and he does not spare or mince words when he expresses his contempt for Hohenzollern that have so shamefully wrougnt disgrace upon the German once holding a nlace in the but now fast on the ad to He laid the entire blame for the war at the feet of the and his explanationwas duly each and every State War Savings Stamps Program Postpon ed Another Week Cross drive No means more to our boys there who are fighting our behind this campaign should be a ita for the the best possible for the boys at the says ThiSWlll be a campaign to save the f most precious thing in the Araan Surely no noe will neglect all possible for the Red Cross so the noble wlrlt of saving lifes and raise at least this Wor this IsiiiFWnaerfully wealthy nnd It will all go for war everjwdollar of it 25 per cent the funds aw kept here for the pur chase of such as and fsuoh other isupplles as are needed for Jthe West Bend Quota The quota for West Bend township has been placed at This amount will be raised similarly ns the Liberty 5Bond drive was according to the wabllity of every An effort will Jbe made ons quota and over and we will do township never laid down f on anything yetand we are not going Vtn be backnumbers Tho drive wil and cmpleted by noon of that Get Busy I chapter ofthe Red Cross sfhas beeu to furnish 25 sweaters Ivfcryone that can possl ahelp in this An have plenty of CHURCH T aaaptedTto Americans of German ori and with vhom hecould heartily sympathize for the embarraslng posi tion they were Seventyfive per cent of the American people of German extraction with had were all wool and a yard wide twentytwo percent were loyal to the American but regretted to see Germany the home of their tives annihilated and the remaining three per cent were real kaiserlovers and shoud be forcibly Uidtea he Orth speaks under the auspices of the State Counsel of He is also the and the Iowa GermanAmerican Patriotic has a son with General Pershlng In His wife died about a month but evenin his sorrows he Jeels it his duty to go away fromhis to right fully inform some of his erring or mis guided As a preliminary to the a Miss of Storm who happen ed to be in town In the interests of Buena Vista gave a splendid The Plan that It was delivered with excellent elocution ary and after one could why she won first over all in the state oratorical college contest Her was of her own and it was a remarkable creation of historical madmen of tho German AN APPRECIATION i wish to this opportunity of ex pressing to the people of West my application of their patronage dur ing the three years years I have been operating the light Your hearty unerallon at all times has made the Ss of the municipallighting sys tern possible and your many kindnesses to me will leave a pleasant memory or mv stay In West J fcPKNCRR Died this Morning at the Henry Rein liart after Intense Suffer ForMore tlian a Wliv oclock asunited in by kb niirCUUHWl attended by r percentage of of thte divifiop and EVERYONE MUST Wars cannot be fought without and upon the Treasury centers every financial demand upon the The rich of this country cannot alone meet the of the Nation the of the country cannot do It alone the women of the country cannot do It alone but all of the people of the United disre garding forgetting thinking only of deterrrrinlno to vindicate the majesty of American Ideals and secure the of America and can do the great work which God has called upon us to Secretary of the DEATH OF CHRIS ZAUGG Livery and Phono 4tpd ROOM FOR In quire of The Third Llbery Loon been completed in it was ulunnod to open u War Savings Stamp April and plans worn for an drive to lastone This plun had approval of Dlrpctw of the Liberty Loan Campaign in who issued a public statement in tho In tirest of the War Savings Stamp Harrison Federal Director for the 7th District has also approved of the I now develops that several Including Illinois and South have planned War Savings Stamp drives for the same altho their Liberty Bond campaigns have not been A War Savings Drive was bound to interfere with Liberty Bond campaigns in such nnil altho Towa has gone over the Secretary In fullness to such other 1ms issued a statement asking that all War Savings Stamp drives bo doferred until after the Liberty Bond Campaigns in nil stntes are In deference to Secretary McAdoo and tho Treasury I feel constarlued to inoct this ntquest and War Savings Stamp drive un til Muy whou it will be acceptable 10 Secretary I urge all War Savings Stamp work ers to utilize the extra weeks tlmo thus given to further perfect their or and get ready for thobig drive which will begin May Iowa must within a weeks raise In cash acles of stamps and se cure enough pledges for future pur chases to put the state over the top In tho sale of HOMER State WSS Tractors to be Distri buted at Cost to Aid Farm PrQduction To the farmer who Is still behind in his spring work or to tan iinnn who Is willing to buy a tractor and I make it of service to his neighborhood I ta help the Increase of crop production jthls there is an opportunity to obtain Ford Tractors at actual cost of construction nnd This dis tribution IIIIH been taken up by the Council of Defense nnd the icul EMERGENCY CALL TO CORN GROWER If Mils country is to do its full share in corn production this year and thus do a thing that the government says is essential to win the several things must happen Every corn grower must eartest liifi seed at once if he has not already done From 20 to 30 per cent have not notwithstanding the vig orous campaign carried on by the farm Bureau and its county Every man wlio knows of a corn grower who lias not tested his should appeal to him to do it at Use the telephone today to locate these backward It Is as Important as locating the man who hasne bought H Liberty Every corn grower who finds he hat poor seed must shirt now to flnd good not at a distance but right at Kevcry inn who Knows where there is surplus corn that seems likely to good or who can find should report it to the agent iniiMtliiitely HO that it may be tested and sold to farmers who need It rn from which 20 percent of the onrs test strong should be report ed In this livery corn grower who haa more good need corn thnu he is certain to need should offer It for solo tp the less cvon If It is only a for In this crlal ovory little bit will help tural Extension at Ames for the entire Htato and has been placed In tint hands of chair man county Defense Counsel and county agent of Kos Eery bit of the work In connec tion the assembling of these is to be done without cost as the patriotic duty of the men to twelve vor v fair ami equitable distribution will developed by the men in after inquiry into ouch personal Written application stating use to which thOBo tractors can be put should he iniulo to on or before May parties that took my mor tar will please return I need It Franklin Itpd Chris who for the past eight yesrs has been making his home with Mcnry died this morning at the Relnhart home in For the past year he has been bedridden and the past few months he was entirely The last few years of his life he suffered a series of paralytic strokes which have caused him considerable He was horn in Switzerland In October and cnmu to this coun try about fifteen years after tho death of his Ho Is survived by onr son who is a shipyard fore man at He also had another son and two that arc now He was seventyeight yearsand six months Besides his survived by three Henry Sam and three nephews Earnest and Will of this Definite arrangements for thefuneral are awaltllng the arri val of his The services will be conducted from the Apostles BE CAREFUL OF ALONG THE HIGHWAY Before the recent rains the West Company suffered con loss by lire to telephone If ireswere carelessly started by far mers to clean up the sides of roads of grassand dry In many places irn stalks and were piled along the which made quite a lot of Inflammable in jmany instan without fur therthot of pcwsibo damage to phone Ohe earlypart qf being ex twmoly dry poles were just to to beveaslly set on When are newly feers danger as the wood will withstand considerable gotten years op string becomes j TwoKinds of Goods We Handle t These are Our mediumpri ced Ready Made Mens clo thing always of the best then our medium and highgrade Madetomeasure and grades of these two kinds of goods have been responsible for our success in There are wo kinds of Clo thing we shoddy or kick goods the maga zineadvertised Glothing that is extremely and which is than good madetomeasure We have reasons for avoiding Its not bepause we could not buy but because we do not want Too cheap or too high lines of Cloth ing we will nof Pull value for your is what and we are still soiling that line of madetomeasure Suits t   

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