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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1915)
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Prices Ranging From .$37.00 to $65.00
In order to compete with catalogue houses and
since the prices in leather are advancing, I have decided
instead of raising my prices, to sell for cash. Remember
I carry everything in .
Such as pockelbooks, handbags, toilet sets, traveling
bags, suit cases and trunks. You will find my line
of the above articles complete, as well as a full line of
lap robes, blankets, etc., and my prices are the lowest.
"Northern grown feed tubers ordl
nitrlly retail for tiliout 'o per cent
moro than home grown tubers. The
estimated cost of producing seed
tubeis by mulching 1 SlO to 312 an
acre moro than the cost of producing
them by cultivation, but a mulchcil
seed plat will onlliiMiily yield about
'J3 per cent more seed tubuis an acre
I htm will a cultivated seed plat. The
inst of a bushel Is, therefore, not
greatly diircrent for tho two methods.
The grower mii produce lilirli-clti.ts
becd tubers at homo by mulching at a
cost somewhat less than he can buy
northern grown sued of equal quality
It Is recommended to tuu'ch n few
rows of potatoes along one side of a
Held to furnish seed for next jeai's
fiop. The mulch should be about
four inches deep after settling and
inny consist or hay, straw, stable litter
or other coarse material free from
grain or noxious weed seeds." Hullu
tin on "Home Mulched v?. Northern
Seed Potatoes for Enstern Nebraska,"
Agiicullurul Experiment Station.
Bits of Byplay
By Luke AlcLukc
Copyright, 1015, tho Cincinnati
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Tills world wo could improve. I nay,
Our pioKress would Uo ninjile,
It tto lind less iiiImco unch dny
And much more jjood cxamulo.
(iiibc Joiich is ttie most truthful
mini I know of.
Steve Why do you say that?
Unite He had a binds eye last week,
and I iiHki'd Him now he got it, und he
told uiu thiit a man lilt tilm.
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"?01 SALE r20 j
Discount Diseoant fj
To clean up everything in Winter Goods, I will
give a discount of 20 per cent off on the
Outings Outing Night Dresses
Creating A Fresh Egg Supply
Tho long-suiTeilng local grocer in
sonic communities has a hard proposi
tion to sell the consumer "atrictly fissli
eggs" from those Unit arc often oll'ered
him. Ho would Hue to buy belter eggs
and could allot d to pay mure fur them
if eggs of cortilled quality were offered
in such uumbcib that he could build
up u Irtish, egg trade. It Is held by the
department of farm management at
tho University Farm that practically
the only way that tho consumer may
get satisfaction "and got, eggs that in
the long run will really be cheaper tie
spitu the fact that they may cust a little
inuie), tlic only way thittihc uierchuut
may muUe u fair protlt, and .tho only
way the farmer may get wiiat fiesli
eggs urc wortli is to co-operate. If an
association of several egg producer-
will agree to furnish eggs bearing the
date of laying on each egg, together
with the name or number of the pro
ducer, and furnish them regularly und
in such quantities that they may be
recognized in the market, there seems
little doubt that it would work tin
economic bunelit for the entire community.
The Silver Lining.
Theso ilnys nru cold, out do not pout
ui inih ,ici maiiu a note:
Vou never hear n thing nbout
Tfiojnian wlio rool.3 tin- bout.
Thr Wise Pool.
"Politeness costs nothing." remarked
' "Muyho that's tho reason why most
people have no use for It," added the
82 Head of High Class Thoroughbred Stock at
Fair Grounds, Smith Center, Kansas
8 Friday, February 26th
r Commencing at I O'clock Sharp
I 3 - Percheron Horses - 3
j Hereford, Holstein, Guernsey
and Shorthorn Cattle
POLAND CHINA HOGS
J Space will not permit our giving a detailed description or the
S st. cl nor of the bleeding but wo will be glad to bend you our
c.italougo which can be had upon application to tliu sectetarv. W.
II. Lewis. Smith Coiiler. K'niisiio.
"It Is a funny thin;," said Dill
To his friend, Mr. Numun;
"Tho man who's wearing ear muffs Will
JmoRinv he looks human."
"Pleased to meet you."
"I had to work late."
"I can lalie a drink or let it nlone."
"My, Isn't your baby pretty."
"We have never had u quarrel since
we were married."
It will pay you to anticipate your
wants on tho above goods. j j
Mrs. Barbara Phares
New Line ot Spring Laces and Embroideries Just Received
IF " "!"IIi'iiiJ""'Ii I i1 ,'i, 'J" ,'JI" "' ' , 'ii",1 '"J" I', , ' 'i L "1
HENRY COOK, M. D.
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES
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Are Made Right
II WeU Lettered
. Carefully Erected
Reasonable COME IN ANO 9EE
You Can Enjoy Life
Eat what you want and not bo troubled
with indigestion if you will take a
before nnd after each meal. Sold only
by us 25o a box.
SH. E. Grico Drug Co.
"It mny seem queer." said Mr Burke.
"Hut you enn hot it's so;
An Idle rumor dues moro work
Thun anythlnu I Know."
Smith County Breeder's
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iii ' --"'- ". i.iu.wn, unci,, j, t uurrisou, uieiK
Names Is Names.
D. Light ruu.s a grocery store In Cincinnati.
To PENSION INVALIDS
If we receive oo subscriptions to The
Ladies Home Journal, The S.ituid.iy
KicuhiK Tost, Thr Countiy (jeiitlfiiun.
$i scnch. each month till April jo, to
KCJUAI. last year's business, the original
tS.otio. earned yi-ars 11150, hfroines lh;
property ot TIIK INVALIDS' I'KNSION
ASSN., inakiiiK $7000 to pension inva
lids. No salaries. Invalid-, get all.
YOUR OltlJKK or renewal contribute
50c or more towards the support of a score
yf Invalids who have rcicivfd pension
chcukk each inontlt nearly two years.
Always address your order to
CORQON. (HE MOMINE Mill. Oaim. Ne.
S BEST REPAIRING W m
U UNDER THE SON !-fl W
Neat workmanlike repairing
is a branch of our business
which is given especial atten
tion. Send Your Torn Garmanta To Ua .
We will clean press and re
pair them so that they will
give you much satisfactory
wear. You are accustomed to
having your shoes and watch
repaired. Why not your
0VEHIJ1G BHOS. & GO.
R. G. Hassinger
Cleaner and Dyer
COL. R. C. PETERS
Will Guarantee Competent Service. Ask
Thoso Who Have Had Him Cry
Write or Wire For Dates
Guide Rock, r- Nebr.
Placing the Credit.
'Luke wrote the- following paragraph
some j-eafH ngo. and it appeared In his
column. Slnco then It has been going
the rounds credited to almost every
liiihilention In the country. Here It Is:
' One morning father missed muiic
money out of his clothes and thought
mother tind frisked hi in during the
night. So, while mother was busy In
another room, fattier went throuirh her
hand hug lu urn of his coin, lie
found a receipted milk bill, nil unpaid
he, bill, u big hunk of prepared chalk,
a powder puff, two coupons six months
old. repic-jeutlng the Inst time he had
taken her to, tho theater; a button
hook, sis samples of dress goods, a
clipping containing Gene Field's "Lit
tle Hoy Hltie," it sample or talcum pow
der, one of the baby's mittens, un old
tintype of himself taken before mar
rlage and 7 cents In coin. And father
felt so mean that he kicked himself all
Things to Worry About.
The average depth of the sand on
tbo African deserts Is from thirty to
Dally Health Hint.
Never stand behind a mulo when
you are arguing with him.
Our Daily Special.
De a good loser, but don't make it a
Luke McLuke Saye:
You can make a woman madder by
ignoring her than you can by calling
When a girl marries she usually
loses n good friend and gets a grouchy
Polities is one of our most popular
sports because you can talk it all day
and not know a blame thing nbout It
When they are engaged they im
agine that they enn got along with
one chair when they go to housekeep
ing. Uut after they have been mar
ried for awhile they want two differ
ent parlor suits.
The lad who loafs around and owes
everybody In town Is tho same fellow
who is deeply worried because the
Panama canal Isn't paying expenses.
Tho old fashioned poker player who
uscU to walk around his chair to
.change bis luck now has a son who
can deal a diamond from tho bottom
when bis stack gets low.
Deforo ho gets ber be thinks she Is a
bumming bird. After bo gets ber be
discovers that she Is a screech owL
Conscience inay help some. Bat tbe
fear of getting caught Is what keeps
most of us straight
A woman may have no aim In life.
But she always seems to hit the target
when she starts out to snoot Friend
There Isn't any fun in fishing If you
bare to catch fish for a living.
Before she gets him she believes all
bo tells her about his prowess as an
athlete. After she gets him she dis
covers that about tho only sport be ex
cels In is throwing tbo bull.
Onco In awhile father will pla"y foxy
wheu ho comes home with a lluo bun
on, nnd he will carefully hide his mon
ey bo mother won't And It And then
he will get up with a big bead and a
dazed feeling and stall around for an
hour trying to remember whero ho hid
the blame money.
Tho first baby gets a silver mug, n
gold ring, an Ivory rattle and about
$200 worth of line baby clothes. But
tho Blxth baby is lucky If it gets two
bibs ond a ten cent box of cornstarch.
itaey Saving Facts About
Your Exposition Trip
Vou need not spend a fortune to visit California
and its Expositions in liilf. Anyone in moderate
circumstances can go and it's a wise investment in
pleasure nnd educution.
Panama-Pacific Exposition Opens Feb. 20
Panama-California Exposition Now Open
Simply -sign and mail coupon below, or if you
prefer, drop a postal asking for Hook Number 143
and you will receive free .i profusely illustrated 01
page booklet containing valuable information about
hotel aud restaurant rates. Exposition admission
fees, railroad and pulltnati fares. Outlines how to
vary your trip by going over one lino and returning
over another thereby gaining a more comprehen
sive idea of the great west; describes many Tree side
trips en route a9 well as stopover points of particular
interests; tells how to see botli Expositions and prac
tically the whole state of California for 11 single Ex
position fHi-e; in fact it isa guide book giving just
the'informutioii you require to form complete' plans
for your Western tour and at a vast saving in cost.
Vou know before starting just what the trip will
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OET THIS BOOK TODAY-IT'S FREE!
RETURN THIS COUPON
GERRIT FORT, R. T. M. Union Raclflc Railroad Co.
I would be glad to receive FREE your illustrated "California
Exposition Book" No. 11.1 and other information of assistance in
planning a California trip.
A MAN IS AS GOOD
Q: AS THE FOOD HE FEEDS OND
The better the food the healthier the
man. Every man, if he values himself,
insists on good, pure, sweet butter and on
really fresh eggs. Our reputation for
selling fine butter and eggs is perfectly well
established in this community. Our gro
ceries are the best in town for the money.
miVE UB A TRIAL ORDER j
P. A. WULLBRANDT
e-S" THE HOME GROCERY S-:ss
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud a a a Nebraska
Graduate Chicago Veterinary College
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Red Cloud -;- Nebraska
E. S. Garber
Real Estate, Farm Loans
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
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