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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1912)
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baking powder is tnc same in
composition or effectiveness, or
so wholesome and economical,
nor will make such fine food.
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
Will Fisher was hauling hogs Mon
day. Smith IJroH., were hauling hogs on
Monday ami Tuesday.
Mrs. Hcnfroiind children were visit
ing ut Clyde Bowens Sunday.
(i rand m u Ainnck lins been quite sick
for a week but is some butter now.
Nleo weather and the miow Is going
fast and the water is running in great
its nothing but mud In Oarlleld and
you can almost mire your lint In the
Oeoigu llouohiii took hiseattlo down
to his other place to pasture the corn
btalks last week.
Mis. (Hive Davis and Mrs. Peter
Spraeher were in Wed Cloud Monday
i:. T. Foe was in lied Cloud Tuesday
Oui agent, Mr. Darnell was veiy
busy Tuesday, the trains coming thick
ami fast for awhile on account of the
.lesso Fiance shipped a mixed ear of
stock to St. .loe Wednesday. Jesse
accompanied the same.
Mr. nud Mis Win flood wcro pas
heligeis to Wed Cloud Tuesday.
(!. A. WelN, John .N'itzcl and C. 10
Putnam went to Wed Cloud Monday to
act as jurymen.
Hoy Tait was in Cowlcs Tuesday on
l'.d Paul had a erv sick horse Wed
nesday. Who dares talk about good roads'.'
Ilov. C. F. Hose was called to Wed
Cloud Wednesday to pi each
funeral sermon of Mr. Duckies.
The snow storm last Thursday was
the worst storm of the season.
.less Iieilricu s oldest girl was
sick last week with tousolitls but
better at this writing.
Adolph Sidto helped his brother Ed
11 x Ids well Tuesday.
Charlev llarphain and Jos. Havel
were in Cowles Monday and repoit the
roads are not as good as they might
l'ranU VuvilcUa letiuned from Kan
sas City lust Wednesday where he
A. Kinney hauled e.iru from .lobu
finish's Monday ai'd lie suicly had a
haul time of it.
Mrs. .IsicU WtisUnin. while coniluc
home 1 1 1) in her M-lieol MoiiIhv. nt
tempted to urn- s a drill of miow uccioss
a cieoli ueai her home and not Kniw
ing that then- was water under the
snow he broke thru ami then couldn't
get out. She called for help but it
took hall' an houi hefi nthe was heaid
Frank Vaviieka heard her and helped
herout by pulling her out with n rope.
She was ipiiic badly chilled besuhs
having n iiiuiow escape houi belli'.'
f ' , -r wl j
liow c!o all the men
ul into" watch a sky
mill ir.nlto n living at
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ui:.ni u.iiiu I
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Royal. hk other
About Silo And Ensilage
For thirty years the talk of silos and
ensilage lias been going on mid it is
.surprising how little has been done in
this direction. The great waste of
rough feed keeps on, only here and
there the wiso mini builds himself n
"food safe," because that is certainly
the pioper natno. Fvery farm ought
to have a lOO-ton silo and it would pay
for Itself each year.
They say that silos Increase in num
ber in direct proportion with the In
crease in the price of land. Theie is a
reason for I his Three neresof pasture
me about the average in funning com
munities for one dairy cow. Il-itthiec
acics of land in mi average year in Ne
braska will leturn about thirty tons or
corn silage. This Is silage enough for
five or si. dairy cows for a jenr. The
advantage of the silo lit this case Is
apparent. In some older dairy coiin
tiies when tin-piiee of laud lias be
come very high the pasluio lias prac
Yes, (lie silo hns come to stay. It Is
an economical building. It savesspace
time money and worry. Well prcserv
ed mIiilv makesgood, cheat) milk, pnik,
beef, mutton and eggs, Thcheii isone
of the saving gi aces of farm life and
she likes silage and expt esses her ap
pieciation in more eggs for the market
basket. In limited quantities it is an
e.sce'ilcnt feed and tonic for horses.
Hut a go id dairy cow with s inns o'
silage and two tons of alfalfa in front
of her for her j ear's menu is the great
est promise of permanent prosperity
that we know of.
Then, too, beef cattle feudeis have
pioved the value of silage for putting
on heel. A feeder leports a gain ot
four pounds a day for thirty-seven
days on one hundred steers with a
latlon of twenty-pounds chop, twenty
pounds silage, live pounds alfalfa.
That is going some. J. W.
Ayr, Nebraska, March 1th.
goes in every package
that leaves our store regard
less of price. Satisfaction,
thill's whut we aim for mid we ac
complish ll We h.ivn satisfaction
ill knowing that you gel the best when
you tiade with us. You have the
satisfaction of knowing thai you
Iiiixu bought your gioceilcs at the
lowest pi-lee consistent with g mds
and qnnliij ,
B. E. NcFarland
AtU jour Uriiffltt for CHl-CHHl.TI!R'3
III UDMi II 11.1 Mi 1'II.I.h, fitrtnrnty-flva
jmrs iCKtritol n llcst, bafcn, Ahvnyl Killnblc
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
WL EVERYWHERE ESSS1.
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IJIA.HU.UJ IIKA.MI I'IM.S lit KP" llllA
I. oi.ii mclnlllc liuxe. scaled with Illuc(
Kiblnm. T.xkd mi otiivr. Hut ot jour VV
lIWicllt mid Bk for Clll.fllt'N.rr.H M V
Heal Estate transfers.
Weal INtittc Transfers for week end
ing Tuesday, Match iStb, 1012.
Compiled by M. W. Carter Sr, Son
Untitled Absti actors.
Alexander Moiila and wife to
William M, Tyler and wife, wd
toii),f sw), :il-:t!) 8 10(10
Mary Uultmiiii to A. D. (Irubeii,
wd lots 7 to l- Itlk. 7, llooveis
add Uliie Hill 2,300
John Yung and wife to Myrtle
Odell llamel, wd lot I, pt lot 15,
Itlk. II, Vance's add to Guide
John Pettet toSimtiel 1!. K'tulV
loath, wd s, 1 1-1 -l 8000
IJ.u-1 II. S.iylor and wife to Char
les Weddou wd to iv o(i ft, lots
l,r, (i. Illk.7, ISIaden UIOD
liiteiiiiitioiial Liind.t I n vest moll t
Co. to Dallas W. mid Fred (..
Turmirc, wd pt lot II, all lots J.
5,0. 111k. r,, lied Cloud i!00o0
Mary F. Dorring et al. to James
F. Don lug, (Irani Deed, nj
lot , sj. lot 'J, Roberts A dill"
lioti to litiidc Wock
Amos Oust to David I). Stunkard
wd nw'4. wli sw'4 121-1-1 1
Kll.i Thomas, et. al. to Charles
L. Reynolds, qcd sejf 21 3-11..
Bll.aboth Douglas mid husb. to
Charles L. Reynolds, qcd to
'se'4 Sl-IMl 171
Andrew Soderlin to Frank K.
Leadubrund, wd w sw1 29-1
Joseph Illickeiistair aiuh wife to
Kd win Jarboo, wd pt lots 11) to
21, Ullc. 21, Wed Cloud 10.13
IMwln Jarboe and wife to Mary
S. Crelghtoti, wd pt lots 19 to
21, Itlk. 2t. Wed Cloud 102.1
William A Cummiiig and wife
to James F. Ruckles, wd to sej
Mortgages tiled, S 111, 100 (U).
Mm tgnges released, S2!V202.,",0.
A Temperance Man
A gentleman l ik the pledge, but
somehow hi1- abstinence from mod
crate quantity of wine bo was accus
tomed to drink did not agre with him
His doctor was sent for, who tecum-
mended a slight, alcoholic sUmn'ant
"How can I," said the sick man, "vio
late my vow? 1 have forbidden my
servants the beer which they love so
well, and I am going to pteslde at a
blue ribbon meeting next week." "All
I can say," said the doctor, "is that a
stlinu'nnt is necessary for your health.
You had better get 11 bottle of whisky
and hide it away mid when your shav
ing water comes up just mix yourself
a tumbler of whiskey and water." The
doctor departed, and, meeting the pa
tient's .servant a week afterwatd, he
asked him how his master was getting
011. "Oh veiy well as to bodily health,'
was the reply; "hut between you and
me. sir, 1 think he has gone wrong in
his head he has taken to sharing
hiinscll six times a day."
At Your Peril.
An accident Insiunnco company has
placed in the elevators of several of
fice buildings the following notice:
'This elevator is limited to fourteen
persons. All over that number riding
on this car do so at their own risk."
New York Sun
How It Worked.
"How did that assembled car of
yours work, Slithers?" asked Dlldad.
"Oh, llko a good many other assem
blieswhen we got out on the road
with It thcre'd always be spme kind of
a deadlock, and we couldn't past
anything," Bald Slithers. Harper!
Degrees of Opinion.
Let us not say to ourselves that the
beat truth nlways lies in moderation,
In tho decent average ... At the
tlmo of the Spanish Inquisition the
opinion of good sense and of the just
medium was certainly that people
ought not to burn too lnrge a number
of heretics; extreme nud unreasonable
opinion demanded that they should
bum none nt all. -Maeterlinck
I have lor side K! bushels Silver
.Mine and !IT bushels Yellow Dent seed
coin that has been personally selected
and tested and 1 guarantee that '.).") per
cent cf It will glow.
Price Si per bushel in one to live
bushel lots, over live bushel" i To do
liveied at railway station here.
Ueferen any business ni'in or farm
er in tills vicinity. E Wigkiiam.
Anyntifl pnilliik' n rkptrli niut itracrljittnn mi)
qulcklr iKrorliiln our uiliilnii froi.' wlieiher mi
uivumliin la prolmlilr jmlC!iii!! 'Viimiiuiilr
lliiuntrlctlr'iiiiiloiitrHl. HANDBOOK on I'ntcitut
oni iron, ulilotl iiaonrjr for cciiriTia Jittmt.
I'lttiMUH IhI"ti llirnuvli Miiiiii .V Ct riH-nlv
O'iriiil ii'itkf, n II limit clinrue, lutlio
A tiHinlfOiiiDlr llliiitrntiMt weekly. J,nri't rlr
riilntliin cf tny scli'uillln Jirnl, Tcnin, f.l a
,. ir : iniir iiiomiiii, f i oui ium iiu""h rt
Ur.iucll UHUo O I' Pt- WntMiutuii, '. U
Boy Scouts Form
The Council of the Hoy '-cunts met
last Monday evening and peifeetcd mi
organization as follows;
It. W. Stewart, 1'ieshleiit.
J.C. Mitchell, Vice Piesldcut.
K. ti. Caldwell, Sooi-eliuy.
D. II. ICuloy, Treasurer.
I,. II. Ilhieklcdgi', Scout Commlss'i r
W. I). M-nlt, Dr. D. I). Mindei-son
utiil the above olllcrs, lAecutlve Coin.
10. J. Ovi'ilng. Scout Master.
Messr. Cat her, tiilham, II Sauiideis,
1). W. Turnuie, K. V. C iwdcn, Finance
Wev. It lyiii;. Totiipkliis, Cole, Mules
anil Father FitoraM. Court of II01101
A charter will be obtained and the
Scout Master commissioned and active'
work will be begun at once. This
movement is to be conducted independ
ent of any organization, the boys will
be put on their honor and their pro
gress will depend upon their conduct
and qunlitlcations. Much interest is
being shown by our boys and good re
sults arc expected. The Council was
Increased to the number of thirty, nud
the meeting adjourned subject to the
call ot the President.
Memiiiius Boy Scout Council:
J. J. Ray tie
L. II Blackledge
B. W. Stewart
D. W. Turnure
D. II. Kaley
K. N. Tompkins
F V Cowden
T. C. Hacker
A. C. Hosiner
E, J. Overlng
D. 1). Sanderson
J S. Gilhatn
F. J. tirleo
It. I). Morltz
V. F. Cuthor
C J. Piatt
Baptist Church Notts. '
There will be tegular sei vices at
the Baptist church next Sunday morn
ing mid evening
Thel.inlk'sAid will hold tlioiriegular
ui'jti'lily tea at the home of I. Vi
Edson, Friday p tn All are invited.
I.uuch will lit served from -:to to t;
Don't forget yotii'ilime
The subject for diseitsUui next Sun
day morning will bo "Showing Your
Colors " Evening Subject, "Thought
fulness in Evidence.''
To all these services you ate coi
W V Com:, Pastor.
Early New England Money
TIlEtlrst settlers of New England
found wutnputupeagc, sometimes
called wampum and sometimes peage,
in use among the aborigines, as an ar
ticle of adornment and a medium of
exchange It consisted of beads made
from the inner whorls of certain shells
found in sea water. The beads were
polished and struug together in belts
or sashes. They wore of two colors,
black and white, the black belngdouble
the value of the white. The early set
tlers of New England (hiding that the
fur trade with the Indians could be car
ried on with wampum, easily fell into
the habit of using it as money. It was
practically redeemable In beaver skins,
which were in constant demand in Eu
rope. The unit of wampum money
was the fathom, consisting of UGO white
beads worth sixty pence the fathom
In 104S Connecticut decreed time wain
puni should be "strung sultnbly and
not small and greut uncomely and dis
orderly mix as it formerly hath been.'
Eour whiteheads passed list lie equiva
lent of a penny in Connecticut, . al
though six were usually required in
Massachusetts and sometimes eight.
In the latter colony wampum was at
llrst made legal tender to the amount
ol twelve pi nee only. In Kill thu legal
tender limit was raised to ten pounds,
but only for two years It was reduc
ed to fnii, shiliiiitfs. It w.'s not !!
viih e for tixesln Massachusetts. The
Use of wampum in mey eMcnde I south
ward as fur us Virginia. -Bunking lie
Keeeutly the liif-eliitll editor of u
inelropolitaii paper, with m-iiI to report
the senuoii of a new iiiiulter iih the
lelit'luie, i-dltor was ill This is the
copy lie turned in 'Quite a liiineh
was iiiesHUt last Sunday eveiiiiiL' nt
the-eliureh owing to tho preseuee of
a new star and the ln of hoisteih
wu- anxious for u line on his win It.
l(L.v is certainly there with the
goods and pet funned to the sutis
faction of all present. Owing to the
f.iet that this was his tir-t uppCHi
anu on the loctl grounds he was a
little nei vouk the llrst inning. I?u
eouriiL'ed lv the eonelieiH in tho
'Amen corner' he let himself loose
and had tlie game well In hand Iroin
thru on. His new .leriisiileui .slow
bull Is u penult and when he tinned
loove on eternal punishment h's speed
whs lei ride. As this whs ids tlrst
worUout it is too early to try to pre
dict a future for him, hut if he mil
Ueep up the giiit lie has started witli
it'n liini for the hig leiigue next seas
on." Chief Ads Bring Results
In Order To Be Convinced Of
rT'l IK wearing ability of our Shoes
you must first try them. Out
stock is all new, direct from the fact- v
ory, and we invite you to come in and
yive us a trial. Our white
Nn-Bock Button Shoe
and 1'UiMl'S are the latest fashions
out. We also carry a line of strictly
"Water Proof Farm Shoes,
a pair. They are worth the money.
East Side Shoe Store
The Nevvhou.se Block
Suppose You Should Burn Out To-Night!
Are You Insured Against Loss?
We represent four of the Largest American Insurance
Companies whose assets aggregate over $75,000,000.00.
M. W. CARTER & SON.
Office now in Opera House Block, Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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and every thing to be found in a first
class exclusive Harness Shop. : :
MY HAND MADE HARNESS
are unequaled for Quality of Stock,
Durability and Workmanship for
Don't Be Bald
Nearly Any One May Secure a Splendid
Growth of Hair
Wo have a remedy that has aided to
grow hair and prevented baldness iu 93
out of 100 cases where used according
to directions for a reasonable length
of time. That may seem like a strong
statement it Is, and we mean It to be
and no one should doubt it until they
have put our claims to an uctual test.
We are so certalu Ite.xall "1)3" Hair
Tonic will .cure dandruff, prevent bald
ness, stimulate the scalp and hair
roots, stop falling hair and grow new
hair, that wo personally give our posi
tive guarantee to refund eveiy penny
paid us for it in every instance whero
it does not give entire satisfaction to
Ue.xall "!i:t" Hair Tonic isas pleasant
to use as clear .spring water. It is de
lightfully perfumed, an.i does not
grease origuin the hair. Two slus, .10c
Hit 1 ?1. "Willi our euartinteu buck ot
it, ,ou certainly tuhe no il.-k Sold
only ut our stoic The Kexull Store.
The II. 11. tit-leu Drug Uo.
The Ileal Kst.ite and Farm Loan
Department iu the Chief otlice has for
sale a huge listot Webster and Frank
lin county ftirnis, the best and cheap
est all-purpose farms to be found.
This part of the Republican Valley
country is the lieai t of the Corn and
Alfalfa ltest, and is unexcelled for
easy, thrifty farming. The soil is fer
tile and produces bountiful crops of
corn, wheat and alfalfa, nil' tills is
one of the best districts iu which to
laise grain, hay and hogs, mid feed
cattle. Among their littare a number
offaimstliat will pav good interest
on tlie investment; several Hint can be
purchased on easy payments and spe
cial deals; and many that will pay
their way and grow iu value The
prices vary iiceotding to ipiallty, loca
tion and improvement. This count t y
lias good schools, rural mails, tele
phones, good roads, convenient mar
kets and shipping facilities, and every
qualification necessary to profitable
grain and stock farms', dairy farms and
feeding stations. Land values, prices
and terms that should iuteiest any
land-buyer or lioinoseeker. Also a
number of desirable City Propcities
listed and several good local farm
trades. Ciuiespun lenuo solicited
Red Cloud, Nebr.
Build a Home
every anniversary thereafter like
a lot of your friends do who gave
up the chase for elusive riches
long Hgo and started to build
their fortunes in tlie good old
substantial wbj of our Pilgrim
Fathers. Remember, "A roll
ing stone gathers no moss," and
nothing will stop a family from
rolling quicker than a comfort
able home. It gives husband,
wife and children something to
work for and once you get such
a unison of action from the
whole family, success is hound
to crowt. your efforts. We've
been preparing for a lot of homo
building hero this year and havo
a stock of lumber that outclasses
in quality even th.,t which your
grandfather iis.mI when In; built
his home s.xty veais ago. and
you know that's ' going some "
Come in mid see it.
"There's No Place Like Home.'
D. D. Sanderson, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Onleu iii Moon Block.
Bell, Black ; I ml., io:,
Residence, Royal llotul.
Bell, 17; Ind., 27
Calls Answered Day or N'ight
itKti ri.oun, m:u.
I he recent act of April l!th, ii)03
gives to all soldiers' widows a pension
Sl'2 per month. Fred Maui or, tho at
torney, has all necessary blanks.
The Chief lends other follow.
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