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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1912)
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State Woman Suffrage
to Petition Legislature
Omnlia, Dec. 10th. After one of the
most successful and best attended
meetings ever held, tho NchrusUH
Woman Suliingu Association crime to
it closo on Friday morning, December
(Mi. Just twice s many delegates
were registered this year as the pro
vIoiib one.there being sixty-two besides
the Htnto ofllcers.
A" resolution of thanks to the Omaha
committee! end the Bureau of I'ubll
city of the Omaha Commercial Club
was drawn up by the Association, for
the gracious hospitality and excellent
work done preceding the convention.
The association pledged HMJirio ini
tiate a petition under the Initiative
law to tie presented to the Secretary of
State and to nlno petition the present
legislature. The individuals of the
different societies which make up the
state association pledged a2.7U0.00 to
defray ex peines for the work of the
TheotllccrM elected for the coming
year are: Mrs. Draper Smith, Omaha,
president; .vlrs. Mary Kovanda, Tattle
Kock, vlco president; ihs Mitry Will
lams, Kcnesaw, corresponding secre
tary; Miss Daisy Doane, Omaha, re
cording secretary; and Mr. Will B.
Hardy, Lincoln, Treasurer. Two audi
tor comprise the state board, Mrs. Hy-
land II. Wbcoler, Lincoln, ana Airs. oi.
M. Claflln, University Place, being
elected to these ofllces. Dr. Inez C.
Pbllbrlck, of Lincoln, Nebr., the retir
ing president was made honorary presi
dent, as Is also Miss Hayward of Chad-
Coantry Merchent Need
Not Fear Parcels Pott
When the parcels post U ouce put
into active service It will be up to the
merchants in the country towns to let
the people know that they can and
will sell them goods just as cheap as
the department stores in the cities do,
or can nfford to sell the same class of
goods. As u rule niuny country mer
chants carry just what thelroustomers
send olf to the mail order houses for,
but they fail to let the public know
what they carry in stock and the prices
at which it is bold. On tho other hnnrt
the mail order houses keep eternally
advertising their goods and prices and
they get the orders, too. If country
merchants would do us the city mer
chant does they would have nothing
to fear from the parcels post. Monroe
Oie Thousand Delegates Al
ready Appointed for
Omaha, Dec. nth. More than a thous
and delegates have beeu appointed to
attcud tho Nebraska furmers associa
tion to be held In Omaha, December 10
to 10th. From every angle the meet
ing Indicates a graud success. The
program is the best ever published,
and If veather conditions continue to
be as they now are, there is not a doubt
but what there will be from a thousand
to fifteen hundred delegates lu attend
ance. The first session of tho convention
will open Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.
ra., at Hotel Rome; President L. C.
Lawsou, Olarks, Neb, presiding.
Mayor Daulnian will addrcts the con
vent ion, his topic beiug "Opening the
dates of the City"; this will be re
sponded to by Hon. .1. 13. Orinnell, vice
president of the Congress, after which
president llaverstlck of the Omaha
Commercial Club, and Mr. J. S. Canady,
Miuden, Nebr., President of tho State
Co-operative Shipping Association will
extend greetings. Then follows the
regular program: '
Address, "Ecouomic Necessity the
liaals of Agricultural Organization"--Mr.
Millard R. Meyers, Editor, Ameri
can Coopetatixe Journal, Chicago,
Wednesday, Dec. 18th, :3o a. in.
ltusiness meeting State Association
of Co-operative Creameries.
Annual Address of the President
Hon, L. C. Lawsou.
Appointment of Committees.
Introduction of Resolutions and
Address "Sin and Society, the
Necessity of Co-operation in its Larger
Sense." Mr. Miles K. Culver, St, Aus
Address "The Academy of Political
nd Social Science and the Nebraska
Farmers Coiigress",'MlssFajo M. Hart
Wednesday l:!U)p. in
Address "The Agricultural College
ami Faun Economics" Prof, O. W.
Pugsley, Lincoln, Nebr.
Address "Corn Joud Civilization"
Hon. E. P llrowu, Davev,Nebr.,Treaa
urer Nebraska Corn Improvers Asso
Addrese "The Social Side of Farm
Lira" Mrs. R. II. Davis; Pacific Jnct,
As usual we have the finest line of Christmas Gifts
in the city consisting of Toilet Sets, Perfumes, Fancy
Calendars, Work Boxes, Manicure Sets, Games, Etc.
Nice Stationery is always a suit
able Gift. We have a supetb line in
Holiday Packages, also the gold em
bossing initial and address stationery.
RAZORS AND KNIVES
We are showing five kinds of Safety Razors including the Duplex Demon
strating Razor for only 35 cents. Our Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors
are the "Shur-Edge" brand, fully guaranteed. . . .
CHAS. L. COTTING,
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Introduction of Resolutions, Presi
dent L. C. Lawson.
Address "Conservation nud Control
of Nebraska's Water Power4, Hon. R.
B. Howell, Omaha, Nebr.
Address "An Enlarged University"
Chancellor Samuel Avery, University
Thursday, December 19th, 0:00 a. m.
Vice President Tanneuill, presiding,
"Address "The Industrial and Edu
cational Farmers Union of America"
Hon. O F. Dornblazer, Brunswick, Ne
Reports of Secratary and Treasurer,
W. S. Delano, Lincoln, Nebr.
Report of Legislative Committee, F.
G. Odell, Chairman.
Address "The Grange as a factor
A pure, healthful, Cream of
Tartar Baking Powder
When buying an article of food you are
entitled to know exactly what you are buying
s ita quality and ingredients.
If this information is refused don't buy it.
Some of the low grade baking powders are
advertised, but the ingredients of the powders
are scrupulously concealed.
A housekeeper would not use a baking pow
der containing alum if she knew it.
It is well when buying to examine '
the label on the can. Unless it shows the
ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it.
Dr. Price's baking powder is abso
lutely free from alum.
A Superb Showing of
AND INSPECT OUR
lu Rural Progress" Hon. .1. D. Ream,
Broken Bow, Nebr., Stale Urange.
Address "The Co-operatve Cream
ery" Prof. J. H. Frausdcn, University
Thursday, 1:30 p. m.
Reports of Committees, 1-Resolu-tions,
2-Insurance. Special Commit
tees. Election of Officers.
Address "The Qrainary of the
Notion" S. C. Bessey, Oibbou, Nebr.
Address -"The Co-operation nmong
European Farmers" Geo. W. Coup
Thursday, 7;30 p. m.
Address "The Rural Problem"
Hon. Frank G. Odell. Lincoln, Nebr.,
Sec'y Rural Life Commission.
Address "The Attitude of Congress
Relative to a Co-operative Agricultur
al Credit System" Hon. G. W. Norrls,
You know that we always excell
in our stock of Gift Books and Calen
dars. We have a beautiful line this
The Parcels Pest.
The parcels post system of mail de
livery will be inaugurated January 1,
1913, then it will be, no uncotn.mou
thing for people to do most of their
shopping by mall. For Instance, If the
housewife wants n package of starch
or some sugar all she will have to do
is to phone to town and have it ncut
via parcels post This is going Jo be
a great innovation in the way of shop
ping convenience, but it will bo hard"
work for the mail man, and hurd ou
the pockets of the express companies.
We Sell at Right Prices
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Hard and Soft Coal, .
Paints, Lime, Pinter,
Sand and Brick
E. A. Creighton,
EYE, NOSE AND THROAT
I will hold a Stoult S-ile on our homo place 1 miles west and 2 and
north nf Red Cloud, 3 miles east and 21 north of tnavale
Tuesday December 17th.
COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK
50 HEAD OF STOCK 50
8 HEAP OF HORSES AND MULES 5
1 yearling horse colt, weight 750; 1 yearling horse colt, weight 700;
I 2-year old sorrel trotting horse, weight 800; l Drown driving horse
II years old; 1 Brownjmnre mule 3 years old.
Z 8 Milch cows, S and 0 years old, one fresh; 2 2 year old heifers; 1
yearling heifer; 2 Steer calves; 11 Month old; 1 Heifer calf 8 month
37 Head Duroc Jersey Hogs 37
15 Head of Gilts, average weight 175 pounds; 20 Head of Stock hogs
average weight 175 pounds; 2 old sows, weight 300 pounds each.
:: LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS :-:
TKRNS Al1 snms of 81 and uDder caso 0n b11 over (1
" 12 months time will be given at 10 per cent in
terest, purchaser giving note with approved security.
Mrs. J. S. Reigle, Owner
Col. Jake Effing er, Anct. W. A. Sherwood, Clerk.
South Dakota Land
J I have several Sections, One Half Sections
and Quarter Sections of choice South Dakota
Land for sale.
3 Most of this land is under cultivation and
is located within a radius of ten miles of two
good towns. This land also has improve- -
ments upon it such
wells, fences, etc.
Q This land' located on the main .line tqf ;
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul from
Chicago to Puget Sound.
-For rurthtr Particular AUdrmtm
0. G. PTKIflS,
Diamond Milling Co.
Diamond Brand Goods
J We manufacture Buckwheat Flour, Whole
Wheat Flour, Graham Flour, Rye Flour, Corn
Meal, Corn Chop, Bran, Shorts and Mill Feed,
Self Rising Pancake Flour. Also shippers of
Bulk and Sacked Grain.
Is made in Red Cloud, and you are invited to
inspect our flour, right in our mill anyday.
Diamond Flour makes bread, that is bread. One
trial of Diamond Flour is sufficient to convince any
one that no better Hour is made anywhere at any
price. Home folks are the best, . Use Diamond
Flour and your Bread troubles are over.
Chief Ads Brlii Results. Read Them
as houses, barns,, sheds,
FOB SALE 3
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