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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1919)
KED OLOOD, II1IAII1, OHIir
Rock Bottom Prices
We are Still in business at the old
stand, and have several choice pie
ces of Furniture left which we will
sell at Rock Bottom Prices.
The opportunity to get good Furniture
at lowest prices will soon be gone.
THE KED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, NobrnnkoL
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A. B Mi AUl'HUH, Lditrir ami owner
i. O.liV iI.MOUtA.lK i'AI'l.K IN
Call and Look Over the Bargains Left.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
Foreign, per column Inch I5c
Local. 10 12J4
Anions the A:-ti
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found, mid it Is from tlil oiw Pi
the magnificent i.m . . . 1 .
part of the ro 1 r i 1 : .
were supposed to 'i i '
Tho Eskimo's Smile.
Tlio smile of tho Eskimo is n con
tinuous one. When he Is hurt ha
smiles; when his kynclc upsets and
prcclpitntes him Into Icy water lie
smiles; when he is friendly he smiles
ngnln, nnd when ho Is not friendly he
Women's and Misses" Suits
YOU know that when we make
a discount on these wonder
ful Suits that it is of prime import
ance to every woman who contemplates
the purchase of a new suit, to quickly
avail herself of a tremendous
Saving Opportunity k
Every suit included at this BIG DISCOUNT
SALE are of PARIS LATEST STYLE, adapted to
the American Woman's individual needs by New
York's leading stylists.
Hastings, -:- Nebraska
What Are These Maples?
What nro these maples and beeches
and birdies but odds and Idyls and
madrigals; what nro the.se pines and
firs nnd spruces bufholy hymns?
"A friend of mine lias kept himself
and his family Immune from Influenza
In a district sorely smitten by eating
spring onions." Glasgow (Scotland)
ANNUAL BABY DAY WEEK-NEXT WEEK
Oct. 20 tO Oct, 25 Inclusive.
Baby Day Week is now an Annual event, hence
the R. C. Studio announces October 20 to Octo
ber 25 as Annual Baby Day Week, during which
time the R. C. Studio will take a picture of every
- baby or babies, singly, brought' to the Studio, and
present the parent with a first-class portrait in fold
er, absolutely fl'CO. No red tape connected with
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
The Red Cloud Studio
Farm Bureau Notes
BETTEU SIHES BETTER STOCK
Encouraged by the results already
attained in localities wheic tho "bet
ter blood" campaigns have been con
ducted, Uncle Sam is now preparing
to take the war-path against all scrub
sites in tho country in a national
round-up whoso purpose is to banish
the mongiei male, irrespective of age,
type, vau'ety or other alibi, liom the
United States. Dr. John It. MohlcrJ
chief of the buieau of Animal Indus
try, U. S. Department of Agriculture,
in giving tho signal for launching the
big battle ngainiil inferior herd head
ers and flock leaders, said: "With con
fidencc that better livo stock will
bring satisfaction and many benefits
to its owners, 1 invito tho concerted
action of farmers, stockmen and oth
ers in banishing scrub sires from the
United States. The wide spread use
of inferior male breeding animals
has been for many years u cause of
low production per animal and of
needlessly poor quality. The contin
uance of such conditions is unecon
omic and unnecessary. The direct and
practical means of improvement is
the use of breeding animals, especial
ly sires, which arc true representa
tives of breeds developed for a def
inite useful purpose. I am cpnfident,
too, that the public, knowing produc
tion to bo performed with maximum
cfficicnce, will look upon stock rais
ing with increased respect and under
standing. In some places l.otcworthy
improvement in special lines has been
taking place through individual and
community efforts. Let us now hast
en such improvement wherever live
stock is kept."
To Replace Scrubs With Better Stock
The plan is to replace tho multi
tude of scrub domestic animals in the
United States with pure bred or high
grade stock and to improve the qual
ity of the pure bicds themselves by
intensive selection and careful mating
the general use of good pure bred
sires being the basis for this accom1
plishmcr.t. Uncle Sam considers edu
cation more effective than legisla
tion in a problem of this character,
because of educating furmors to ap
preciate better stock they develop un
consciously antipathy toward infer
The pure bred, the plutocrat of
farm animal society, is tho pathfind
er of live stock progress and impiove
ment, tho Excelsior of the domestic
animal ,woi Id. Tho pure bred typifies
progress, uplift, betterment, thrift,
accomplishment, ambition and purc
bicdism are the standard autographs
of better live slock. Just as better
homes make better people, a similar
connecting bond cements the associa
tion between better sires and better
Two hundred million head of live
stock in addition to poultry will bo
affected by the farm animal impiovc
ment drive. The Depaitment of Ag
riculture through its cooperative-
state agencies plans to as.ist in tho
education of live stock owners and
farmers generally as thoroughly as
possible In addition, the Department
will distribute an official emblem,
suitable for display to every farmer
who agrees to use only pure bred
sires on his farm and who in other
ways cooperates for the betterment
of farm livo stock. Anyone, bo he boy
or girl, man or woman, is eligible for
membership in Undo Sam's better
livestock club. All that is necessary is
he or she be an owneiyif one head or
more of livestock and that ho or she
ng.ee to breed such Animals only to
As completely ns Hercules cleaned
the Augean stables, Uncle Sam contemplate-,
rkk'.'r.g his land of infer
ior male breeding stock by educating
stockmen and farmers, fiom the At
lantic to the Pacific, from Maine to
Texas, concerning the value of pure-
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4 an cntireliy nov kind oc cigaratte
Not only do they p!c3c the taste, bu:
they go straigh': to your "Gmokerspot,"
they let you know you're smcking they
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private formula end ii canned he copied.
That's why it's Chesterfields and
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An Armistice Day Campaign
An opportunity is offered everyono
in the community of tho Tenth Fed
eral I'cseno District to celebrato
Armistice Day, Noomber 11, in a
substantial mannoi. Tho celebration
will end a savings cuiip:uc'-i just
lramchcd by the district to clean up
its share of the 1019 War Savings
Stamps and their big brothers, The
new Treasury Savings Certificates of
$100 and $1000 denominations. Tho
Savings Organisation expects to an- I
nounce on November 11th that it has
sold $10,000,000 Jr. these securities
which are presented as a "peace of-,
fering" to commemorate a year of .
The amount to bo raised has been ,
r.pportioned among tho banks of tho
district. Customers of the banks nro ;
urged to ask their banker about these
certificates which are governed by '
tho same general regulations as War
Webster county's chairman of War
Savings has beer, asked to superin
tend tho campaign in this county, but
any bnnker can order certificates, and
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans and Abstracts.
by purcbreds is meant good ' postofficos arc authorized to sell
purobrods and the danger of using
grades, senilis and mongrels us sires.
As surely as tho red signal at a
bridge indicates danger, the use of low
quality sites in tho flock or herd
means the diasominution of poor
those of $100 denomination.
During October tho $100 certifi
cates will cost only $81.20 and thoso
of $1000 vull cost $812. In November
they wil cost $81.10 and $814 rcspec-i
tivcly. When they mature on January
-Office Red 33; Ind. G3
Res. Red 177
51,000. First mortgage, drawing 6 per cent, int., secured
on 160 acres of good land, land recently sold for $02.50
per acre; price 54,000. and accrued interest; abstract
furnished to show this the first lien.
ThcC C.McComkey residence, good house, 4 lots, shade
and fruit; well located, on pavement: price 53500. War
ranty deed and abstract, clear of all incumbrance, in
cluding paving tax paid. Good terms.
Rooms suitable for light housekeeping, offices or roomer.
These rooms are located over a store building; have
electric lights, water and toilet conveniences.
(10 acres creek timber, poor improvement, close to school.
Priced at a bargain for quick sale; best of terms; 5500
cash, 51.000 March 1st, balance on long time at G per
cent; possession at once.
Si"'0 ,"rra" 0( ri-siDr. R.V. NaeMseni e. s. Grber
Vnll Paper, Paints, Oils and
Tho trouble with our live stock has
been that in the fatm animal woild
thoro have boon too many Benedict
Arnolds and too fow George Washing
tons; that in to say, breeding stock
Imi boon used abundantly which Iuih
ben dotrimeutal to tho best interoits
of live stock improvement and pio
grcse, when hotter blood which would
Improvo meat and milk pioduction
and generally promote live stock well
being should havo been employed.
HENRY It. FAUSCII,
tho offer of these certificates may
aid tho campaign by buying War Sav
ings Stamps nnd Thrift Stamps. If
tho people of this district buy tho
ten millions before November 1, thoy
will not only savo tho original ten
millions but will make $1,GS0,000 ir.
'intciwat accrued in tho four years and
two months from November 1, 1910.
Olllco Over AlbrlBlit'd Storn
Red Cloud Nebraska
Tho Bloomington Advocato states
that Fred Gillurd of Nnponeo has
annil .Tnclfrn A. O. Tl'OUTl of DOUClaS
Charles Hosier took "jlny . 'M cpur.ty, M. L. Clark, Sheriff, nnd
lintnillth dlltil'S ut th looll ill last " 'I fifnBi. nnnnwnt.
llUllljr U WWU4J . !. ,y --w..wi.
or, attorneys, for $25,000. Attorney
Tiifsdny, ntnl aiitoml to Hlne Hill for u
hlitut vIhH willi frlHiuis inn! M'O wlmtw
doln' up In Unit nrcit o' inu wooos.
niSNKX ic. fAUhUlt, -,;;,,.,'.; i,il a plcsunt trip and I '""T
County Agricultural Agent, ("anfo" rotui u. f '
McNcny of this city is pluintiff's nt-
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You the Fixtures.
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