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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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Turn Easiest Are Simplest
Most Sanitary Last Longest
That is a strong statement but we'd make it stronger
if we knew how, because we are sure that the De
Laval will more than make good every claim.
We don't ask you to take our "say so. We prefer to
let the machine itself talk for us.
Why not let us set one up at your house? You can
test it yourself alongside of any other
machine you like for capacity, cleanness of
skimming, and ease of operation.
We don't ask you to buy a
De Laval upon "claims.1
We do ask vou to be aw Usei
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betore you purchase W 9 8 of
any cream separator.
Don t put
itol Do I SOONER OR LATER
it now. I YOU WILL BUY A
1 Save Dollars and Cents For You.
Save time, tav labor, save ropairi save nil the valuable buttcrfat
ia your milk, anil five yon fresh, warm skim milk for feeding calves and
pigs. You could not afford to do without one if they sold for twice the
price, but the price ia right
Ttiere ia nothing cheap about then but the price. There ia no better
separator sold at any priee
BEATRICE CREAM SEPARATORS
are EFFICIENT, SIMPLE and DURABLE
and are guaranteed Iron top to kottoai by
BEATRICE CREAMERY CO.
L Lkjtav Near. D.. Mi4, la.
GEORGE W. TRINE, Local Agent
ALSO DEALER IN
Eggs, Butter, Cream, Poultry, Hides, Flour and Feed of All Kinds. Highest Market Price Paid For Your Stuff.
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THK ALMHM is a dreadful thiug
OF FIHK for the man without
insurance. Every time be sees the
engines racing along bis heart conies
up in bis throat if the fire is anywhere
near his plaoe. What folly, what mis
THK COBT OrK so small that it
' INmUmANCK need hardly be
considered. The freedom from worry
alone is worth it many times over
Have' us insure you to-day.
O. C. TEEL,
J. C. SLOSS
Wall Paper, Paint and
Room Mouldings, Pict
ure Framing, Pictures
and artist Material.
The Only Exclusive Store
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
tVER STATE aUNK
Red Cloid " Nebra ka
A.C. AMES. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
R.ED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA
Same Office Rnd Telephone num
bers formerly used bv Dr. Raines
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I will oiTer at Public Sale at my place, i and 1-2 miles west and 2 north
of Cnwles, 8 miles north dud 1-2 mile west of Red Cloud
Thursday, December 19th.
COMMKNCINQ AT TKM O'CLOCK
67 HEAD OF STOCK 67
17 HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES 7
1 Gray mare, 0 years old, in foal to jack, weight 1.100; l Bay mare,
7 years old, in foal to jack, weight 1500: 1 Gray mare, 0 years old, wt.
1400; 1 Day gelding, 0 yr. old, wt. 1.100; 1 Gray family driving horee
II yr. old, wt. 8.10; 1 mare mule, coming 2 yr. old; 1 mare mule, coming
1 year old."
11 HEAD OF CATTLE 11
4 Choice Milch cows, 3 fresh soon; 3 coming 2 year old Heifers; 2
coming 1 year old Heifers; 2 Calves 0 months old.
49 Head of ShotU. Weighing from 60 to ISO lb.
Ton Aitaltm Hay a Ton Wild Hay
FARM MACHINERY, ETC.
1 FUh UroH. Lumber wagon, 1 Finch wagon and hay rack; I good top buggy;
1 Mct'orralck hay weep; 1 McCormlck mower; 1 Champion hay rake;l Mollne 1U
ter; 1 Mollne 2-row Clo-Devll; I Little Deere cultivator; I Racine Batlcy 16-10 dlic;
I 3-icotlon harrow; 1 good iet of 1 1-2 In. werk harneM: 2 good ieU ol I'm In. work
harnou; 1 Hharpleiw cream seperator; 8 Dozen Chickens; 30 Duiheli ot Hcd River
Potatoes; Other articles too numerous to mention. FRKK LUNCH AT NOON.
rPED1Vf G Al1 sums of 810 and under, cash. On all over 810
ClW 10 ten months time will bo given at 10 per cent in
terest, purchaser giving note with approved security.
A. F. ENGELHARDT, Owner
COL. JAKE ELLINGER, Auct. E. T. FOE, Clerk
THE HOME GROCERY
P. A. WULLBRANDT, Prop.
We Carry Complete Line of Staple end Fancy
Groceries, also the Latest Patterns in
HAND PAINTED CHINAWARE
It Will Also Pay You to Remember That in Order
to Secure the Best in Canned Goods Obtain
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A. B. C. "
Independent Phone 44
Btil Phone 201
AFTER all. it's the practical that pleases
most because it shows of more
THOUGHT. A clever nick-nack
sparkles and glimers for awhile and then it is
cast aside and forgotten.
The really useful gift is a constant reminder
of kindly feeling, ....
Give something that will last not for a few
short days, but. for weeks or months or longer
Here is a great list of just such things:
- SILKS BED SPREADS EMBROIDERY
HANDKERCHIEFS HOLE PROOF HOSE
. DRESS GOODS SdARFS KID GLOVES
SWEATERS HOODS MITTENS
SILK PETTICOATS LACE COLLAR AND CUFF SET
FORMERLY F. NEWHOUSE
An airship needs a ilght-welght,
high-priced engine in order to go up
in the air When you buy a light-
you will always be up in tTe air y ' '"' """ "
wawmmmmmmwam exclusive agent
Red Cloud Hdw. & Imp. Co.. Red Cloud, Neb.
Growing Good Corn
The ronullsof w Nebraska boys'
coin tfrowliiK coiiIpMh itinuKiirated
lint prlntf by the University Depart
ment of AurliMiltnral Kxtitiftlnn nm
bi'Kinnimr to iniiteriiillstu In the form
f Hth)iullil corn hiioclinoiiN tiri-lvtiur nf
tho Stock Ytirila ofllces daily.
1 lie Union Stock YuhIb Comtinnv
with a View to itlmtilatlinr liitirnk.
amoiiKltho boys of Nebraska In grow
in good corn Inst spring, ns a follow-
np to tlie Seed Corn Campaign, placed
iuo wat the disposal of Prof. PiumtavV.
department to be awarded In county
nnd state prizes to the boys of Nebras
ka sbowing the highest, yields of com
from acre idols. In order that the.
boya of If ss favored dlstrlota of Ne
braska might not be at a disadvantage
In competition with their brothers In
tho eastern part of the state a division?
was tnado in the State nrlzes. so that.
8125.00 is to be awarded in tho western
dlvtslou and the same amount in tho-
eastern division. Tho awards will bo
made at the Stato Farm at Lincoln in.
January during Institute week there.
Meanwhile, that the farmers and
shippers, and others interested, may
know what has been accomplished by
these boys, the Stock Yards Company
has arranged for samples of the corn
raised by contestants to be sent to the.
Company at South Omaha where they
will be properly labeled with name
and address of grower and the acre-
yield and placed in large glass cases in
tne lobby or the Exchange Building.
Thee samples will be kept on exhibit-,
ion all winter and spring. Many sam
ples have been received and they arc
still coining in. Most of the samples.
thus far received are exoelleatexhlbits.
of corn and many or the tars come
near perfection, while the yields range
from fifty to more than one hundred
bushels to the acre. Elton Stone of!
Lyons has the record to date for the
highest yield, a little over 103 bushels..
Geo. J. Uoggenbaeh of Wlsiier comeH
next with 81) bushels; Harry Egger..
Hooper, reports 88; Walter Pfelffer,
Ilooper, 77 bushels; Alfred Miller, Sur
prise, 73 bushels; Ueorge Hartnian,.
Paxton.CO bushels; Ernest Ilndnall,
Chapman, 2 bushels. William Rogers
of Loup City reports that with less
than live inches of rain his corn made
a yield of no bushels. The Stock Yards
Company Is much pleased with the in
terest manifested by the boys through
out the state and with the success-,
which has rewarded the efforts of most
of them. While none of the yields are
astounding, they show uu average
nearly three times greater than the en
tire corn yield for the State for 1012
and will be marks, for; the fathers to.
shoot at next year.
Meeting At Lincoln:
Detailed plans are being rapidly
conoluded for the twelfth anuual con
vention of Organized Agriculture
which meets at Lincoln, January 20-24,
1013. This Is the representative gath
ering of all the allied branches of agrl
c alture composed of some twentynve
state associations and over two hun
dred farmers' institutes aud farmers"
clubs. An attendance of five thousand,
or more is expected,. based ou previous,
attendance. The legislature will be in
session and the farmers will have a.
good opportunity to see how their le
presentativen are looking after their.
interests. The State Horticultural.
Society and the Corn Improvers1 Asso
ciation will put on & monster corn and-,
apple show at the Lincoln city audi
torium and the girls of tne Domestic
Science department of the State Uni
versity will serve apples and corn pro
ducts to the hungry in over two hun
dred different ways. Prominent speak
ers both from the state aud from out .
side will be in attendance to discuss,
farm problems and the Comtneciak
Club of Lincolu will provide interest--iug
entertainment features for visitors..
M 6im jriMNamr Manes.
Mny mothers imagine their daugh
ter's fortuue made when she learns,
enough to thump on a piano, or labors v
enough to daub a cheap ohromo or to ,
work a yellow dog ou a floormau.
Girls are too glad to be spoiled that,
way. Teach them to command a reg-.
Imeut of pots and kettles; teach them.
to make good bread, good coffee, teach
them to make garments and to patch
them when they need it. Teach them,
physical development; teach them it
is more cruel aud less Christian foi
American women to cramp and dis
tort their luugs, liver uud stomach,
than It Is for the Hotteutots to press
their heads Hat, for the Cbiuese to
make their feet small, Good, healthv
industrious girls make happy homes,.
uud wives and mothers.
If you desire hornless cattle without
use of a saw get a nickle of caustic
potash at the drug store and keep it ia.
a bottle so it will not slack, Catohyour
calf, take your stick of potash wrapped
in a piece of paper, wet the hair over
the horn spots aud your calf will grow,
up a polled Jersey, polled Holstela,
polled Short Horn, or polled whatever
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