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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1913)
FOOD VALUE OF CHESTNUTS
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Turn Easiest Are Simplest
Most Sanitary Last Longest
That is a strong statement but we'd make it stronaer
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 "sav so." We orefer to
let the machine itself talk for us.
Why not let ui 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 you to be
sure and give it a fair trial
before you purchase
any cream separator.
Don i put
it off. Do I SOONER OR LATER
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1 Save Dollars and Cents For You.
Save time, sate labor, save repairs-save all the valuable buttcrfat
ia your milk, and give you fresh, warm skim milk for feeding calves and
pigs. You could not afford to do without one if thoy sold fur twice the
rice, but the price ia right
There ia no better
There is nothing cheap about them bat the price.
separator sold at any price
BEATRICE CREAM SEPARATORS
are EFFICIENT, SIMPLE and DURABLE
v, t and are guaranteed fresn top lo bottom by
BEATRICE CREAMERY CO.
CUaacatUL LLIb, Nebr. Da Moiaea, la. Dubuaa. U.
GEORGE W. TRINE, Local Agent
ALSO DEALER 1N
Eggs, Butter, Cream, Poultry, Hides, Flour and Feed of All Kinds. Highest Market Price Paid For Your Stuff.'
Begin the Jta Year Hit
One of the important considerations of living right
is to buy right things to eat. We make it our serious
and exclusive business to sell the best the market
afTords in high-class groceries, and to sell the best at the
most reasonable price possible. But a visit to onr store
and a trial of our quality goods will tell you the whole
story in a satisfying manner.
THE HONE GROCERY
P. A. WULLBRANDT, Prop.
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THE ALARM i- a dreadful tliinir
OF FIRE for the man without
1 insm-unce. Every timis he sees the
engines rncinjr along liis lit'art comes
1 up in his throat if the Hie Is anywhere
near hih place. What folly, what mis
THE COST OF is so small that it
INSURANCE need hardly be
considered. The freedom from worry
alone is worth it many times over
Have us insure you to-day.
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Exclusive Designs In Monuments Is Our Specialty &
We constantly have on hand a large supply
of the very best of Marble and Granite.
Diamond Milling Co. I
-MANUFACTURERS OF- "
Diamond Brand Goods
51 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 Flour is made anywhere at any
price. Home folks are the best, Use Diamond
Flour and your Bread troubles are over.
DIAMOND IVlIliLlNG GO.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
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The Way To Build
Is To Build!
Just Take The Bull
By The Horns
The Way To Ascertain
Is To Come Here and Have a
Talk With Us!
We Will Figure It All Out
And Use All the Small Figures
OVERlflG BROS. & GO.
Hed Cloud, - - -
. In Personally Condueted Excursion
If you would like to know more about our personally conducted tourist
meeper excursions 10 uusrornia, via Denver and Scenic Colorado, ask the
ajcant for descriptive literature, or -rlte me. These tours are In charge of
special conductors. They accompany yoii all the way and give you the benefit
in meir experience.
Another way to go Is via Denver and the Santa FeOrand Canyon Route.
We run through to-irist sleepers from Omaha every Tuesday night that way,
leaving Denver Wednesday evening. , While these are not personally con'
ducted, they are through sleepers, and are carried on high class trains.
Our California "Personally Conducted Excursions" folder tells you all
about the trip and the country eiiroute. l'Yoo on application.
R. E. FOE, Ticket Agent.
W. WAKE LEY, General Rassengor Ayt:..
Are Rich In Sta'ch and Fat, Better
Than Potatoes and Almost aa
Good as Bread.
In Franco much attention In Riven.
to tho propagating or the chestnut,
n ml tho fruit la Bpoken of with enthu
siasm and respect. In French litera
ture, especially In stories for children,
tho chestnut tree lajpilto as Impor
tant a font tiro ns the'pluin treo In tho
politics of this country, where wo
Bpeak lightly or tho chestnut ami
then pay at tho rato of $5 a bushel
for them. Tho small French chestnut
la called tho "chatalgne," but tho
Inrge or giant chestnut In the "mar
ron." Tho marron Is cultivated ex
tensively In Franco and Italy, whore
It is used In largo quantities.
"Every soda fountain menu," aaya
the New York Soda Fountain, a trado
Journal, "has some reference to mar
rons, and marrons glaco are a favor
ite after-dinner morsel at all the larg
er hotels, yet few persons realise that
whllo primarily a dessert delicacy,
marrons are an exceedingly whole
some and valuablo food. It la Dot
generally known that the fruit of the
chestnut tree la nearly aa valuable
as bread and more valuable than po
tatoes aa a food, being rich In starch,
In some districts of Pennsylvania '
much attention la now given to the
planting of chestnut trees. There are
several hill counties In Indiana, like
Drown, Monroe and Morgan, where
the marron and the smaller sited
chestnuta could be made a source of
MAKES A BIG DISCOVERY
hortlngton Finds That Things Onee
tmoansd May Prove Great
"You know how opposltes are at-,
tracted," said Mr. Shortlngton.
"When I waa a younger man my
very particular friend and chum waa
a chap who was six feet four, while
I wasn't much more than four feet
six. Despite the disparity In our di
mensions we were the closest of
friends, and as far aa I was concern
ed there was only one thing thnt
marred my otherwise complete happi
ness and that waB that I could not
be ns tall ns he. Hut the time came
when I thought differently about that,
and when In fact, he, Instead of be
ing proud of his altitude, wished only
that he had been built on my more
limited scnle, and that waB when In
our Inter life wo had both como to
bo afflicted with rheumatism.
"Then when I looked nt him, racked
with pain throughout his tall frame,
I was Bind that I was not tall but
Bhort; nnd when ho reflected on the
nenrly two foot moro of spneo In him-'
pelf thnt tho rheumatism had to roam
over ho used to groan nnd wish that
ho hnd been built short llko me.
"Isn't It singular how .things come
about? The things that at one time
wo may most bemoan may prove la
tho end our greatest blessing."
Wife Wins, as Usual.
"Of course, ono can never win an
argument with one's wife," remarked
a broker tho other day. "Even If ono
Is perfectly right In his contention,.'
the fates, or tho postofllco department
or Bomothtug els will turn up tc
mako It appear that the man Ib wrong.'
For Instance, a few days ago my wife
remarked that a letter In a plnln en
velopo dropped In n letter box would
bo delivered even If It had no stamp.
Of course I know better, nnd told her
so, but she waa obstlnrte. Just to
prove my contention when I was at
the office the next day I drew a pic
ture of a goose on a sheet of paper.
Underneath the likeness I wrote:
"Dear Madam: If you pay two cents
to get this you are a goose.' Tput
the sheet in a plain envelope and ad
dressed It to my wife. The next,
morning tho doorbell rang furiously
while I was still In bed. I watted for
the wife or the maid to respond, but
both had gone out. Finally I went te
the door myself. There was a fool
letter carrier with that crazy letter,
and I had to dig down and pay the
two centB postage due. If I bad given
the letter to my wife she would have
been still more firmly convinced that
she waa right."
What He Remembered.
When a nrosnectlve votnr in mm nt
Chicago's election districts waa aaked
the date of his naturalisation he re
plied that he had taken out his pa-"
pers so long before that he could not'
remember just when he had become
The officer to Whom tfcla afitmnt
waa made waa extremely thoughtful
for a moment. Then be added:
"Can you remember who waa tk
Republican candidate for nrealdant'
"Sure, I don't remember whe waa.
running for prlsldlnt," waa the re-'
sponse, "but It was the same year,
that Stuffy McGlnnla waa appointed.
The Best In Printing At The Least Cost THE CHIEF
Common In New York.
The stranger In New York was star
tled bv the clanelntr of sn nmhiilinM
bell. The ambulance stopped at the
side door of a hotel and the attend
ants hurriedly entered the bulldhiK
with their stretcher. But there was
no crowd, no confusion.
"What's tho excitement?" the stran.
ger asked a native.
"Thoros no excitement." th InHor
replied. "A stage lady has shot a
wealthy gentleman. That's all."
And ho hurried along. Cleveland
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