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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1913)
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Sec the Good Year Casings and Tubes before you
- buy. Wc handle all sizes and carry a large stock.
You want to remember that the Good Year people
made a reduction on the 1st of April of 10 per cent on
all of their castings and tubes. It is not very often that
a Good Year casing or tube goes wrong, but when you
do you will find their adjustment very satisfactory.
We also carry a good stock of Presto Tanks for ex
change and can show you the famous Presto Inflator,
which can inflate your tires for you with less work and
very little expense.
Get Polesine oil to lubricate your cylinders and
Panhard oil for your transmission and your car will run
smoothly and with less wear. The best oil is none too
good for a car.
We invite you to come and sec us, when in the
CHAS. C. BENNETT, Agent
Cowles, ' Nebraska
A nice fresh clean stock at
all times; bought right sold
as low as any legitimate firm
can offer them. Try us.
IP. A. WullbrandT
The Home Grocery
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I am now located
at the Willow Dale
Breeding Barn in
Red Cloud for the
season of 1913 with
a fine bunch of im
ported. Pure Bred
Ruiiistercri n m f
Horses and Jacks. These Horses range from 3 to 5
years old. weighing from 1700 to 2250 pounds, and are as
good as you will find anywhere.
TERMS ON ALL HORSES-520 for a live colt. S5
discount on all bills paid within 30 days after colt
H. A. Johnson
Barn Phone Independent 168
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Shippers and Feeders
Tlicrc was a large representation of
shippers and feeders present this after
noon at tlie meeting culled for the pur
pose of perfecting an organization. The
towns along tlio valley from Red Cloud
to Oxford, inclusive, wore represented
and many farmers and feeders from
the surrounding territory were nlso
present. The meeting was railed to
order in the tniora house by L. E.
Furry, of this city, who was elected
clialinian and Hfterwards elected presi
dent of the association. W. L. Wees
nor of Red Cloud was elected vice
president, and V. A. Cliitwood and II.
V. Cyr of Franklin were elected treas
urer and secretary, respectively. The
following named gentlemen were elect
ed as a board of directors.
B. Hunter, HI vert on
C. W. Stark o, lied Cloud
Clins, Hunter, Inavale
Win. Dunn, Uloomington
N. Croft, Napouoe
Drown UliTord, Republican City
Jos. Snider, Alma
S Richard, Orleans
John Culver, Carter
W. A Luke, Oxford
A constitution, set of rules atul by
laws were adopted.
The name of the organization is the
Republican Valley Shippers' and Feed
ers' Association. The membership fee
is 83 and the aunual dues $1. The
purpose of this association Is to pro
mote the welfare of the shippers and
feeders or the Republican valley of Ne
braska and adjoining territory.
It is an organization that will be far
reaching and the benefits to the mem
bership is beyond computation. The
personnel of the ofllcers and directors
is a guarantee that the association will
be conducted along business Hues, and
wtth.it membership exceeding 100 it
appears that considerable interest has
already been aroused. Furthermore if
the enthusiastic meeting today is a
forerunner of future activities, there
will be no lack of zeal in carrying out
the puposcs of thejassoclatiou. Frank
Hire Good Help
You can hire some men for small wages,
but even then they are high priced, because
of the work they won't do. Just so with
nasoline enplnesThp titirk-nt nnnin ...;u
do allits work all the time and docs It all right,
EXCLUSIVE AGENT mMSSmm
Red Cloud Hdw. & Imp. Co.,
Red Cloud, Neb.
One of the inexplicable things is Unit
no one has undertaken to turn the
dandelion pest to commercial account.
Science has gone to wonderful lengths
to obtaiu from nature elements that
few of us would know where to look
for, and through intricate processes
useful properties are extracted from
nature's creatures, animate and inani
mate, until one wonders how it can bo
done profitably, owing to the scarcity
of the raw material and the complicat
ed processes to .which resort must be
Whj hadn't some one undertaken to
put the dandelion to Us uses instead
of allowing it to keep everybody em
In oiled in a perennial light as ti peal
to bo dreaded'.' Why has not suinc
one come ionvnrd to assure the publiu
that he Is ready, to use all of the pesky
weeds that can be harvested and pay a
little something for the prhllege'.'
For the dandelion has been, and
may be, put to many economic uses.
It Is common, and has become so
troublesome, that probably no one has
ever imagined that it can have any
scientific standing or can bo tilted for
any useful purpose. That can hardly
be true, either, for who Is there who
has not seen in the early spring the
women and children out harvesting
the dandelion for greens? Who has
not heard also that this weed has been
utilized for the making of an excellent
finality of wine?
lu seieuce it Is called taraxacum
tara.vacuin, which looks like a bit of
double-barreled ferocity. The con
formation of Its leaves ha- lead to its
being named "dent do lion," the in
dentations in its leaves being likened
to the impressions left by the teeth ot
It is described in science as a "chic
oriaceous plant," which looks fierce
enough in itself, ami It is found all
over Europe, Asia and North America.
Of the plants of the genus tataxa
cum the books teach us that they are
scaposu perennials with long taproots,
toothed or plunatiild leaves and beads
of bright yellow flowers. The hoibage
Is bitter and tonic and Is often cooked
and eaten like spinach. The root has
been used like chicory Us a substitute
forcoll'ee, and in medicine Is n diuretic,
stomachic and cholagogue. So there
Hut what Is a scapose pereuulal, one
would intuitively ask? It is a per
ennial of the scape family. Aud a
scape is a peduncle arising at or be
neath the surface of the ground lu
ucaulescent plants, as the bloodroot,
the tulip aud the prlmroso
Luck of time to pursue Iho necessity
research requires that the reader be
left somewhat lu the dark as to what
a peduncle may be, or what plants aie
acaulchcent plants, but It all Amounts
to the same thing, lhiough has been
slid to Indicate that there are a good
many benellolent uses to which the
dandelion may bu put, so that this
tremendous growth, which seems to get
worse jetrly, might turn the very
overgrowth of raw mateilal Into com
mercial wealth, The Examiner.
Give Your Lawn
A Hair Cut . . .
Now is the time to buy that
Lawn Mower you needed last
year and did not get. We
have a full line of
The Daisy, Gar dinal and
In both the solid and divided
reel patterns at prices to suit
every purse. Fully guaranteed.
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Hardware and Implements
On Building Lumber
is not infrequently used by manu
facturers of substitutes to confuse
prospective home builders but to
the man who knows quality, the
characteristic'? of the different fav
ored building woods aud their prop
or application, this bugbear causes
little apprehension. Wo'vo helped
many builders right hero at homo
beat the building game to a frazzle
and can help you too if you'll bring
your plans in or tell us just what
you contemplate doing. Selling
lumber is only a part of our busi
ness the personal service wc render
our customers being of cental Im
portance but we're willing to
donate this service for tho sake of
the community and the Indorsement
of our customers. Ueforc making
your Until decision on your now
house come in and got at lirst hand
the real facts about this lumber
business and just what "prlce-per-thousand"
means to you.
"There's Nb Place Like Home"
Red Cloud, Nebraska
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
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ELEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE
ARE EASIEST TO WASH
The construction of the De Laval bowl is such that it can be
completely taken apart for washing.
The discs, bowl parts and tinware have no tubes, crevices,
holes or corrugated surfaces such as are found in other ma
chines and which are very hard to clean.
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CLEANED IN FIVE MINUTES
There Is no part of the De Laval bowl which cannot be easily
reached and seen, so that the operator can always tell whether or
not every part has been properly cleaned.
The ease with which the De Laval can be thoroughly washed
and kept In a sanitary condition is one reason why creamerymen
prefer De Laval to other separator cream, and is likewise one of
the reasons why butter made from De Laval cream has scored
highest at the National Dairy Show for over 20 years.
I GEO. TRINE I
RED CLOUD I
ALSO DEALER IN
Eggs, Butter, Cream, Faulty, Hides, Flour
and Feed of All Kinds.
Highest Market Price Paid for Your Stuff
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RALPH E. CAMP, D. C.
625 Elm Street, - - - Red Cloud, Nebr.
"Chiropractic Fountain Head"
Consultation and Spinal Analysis Free
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