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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1919)
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RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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First, last and all tho timo wo maintain tho quality! Its
excellence cannot bo duplicated. It's rholcsome, economical and delicious.
Naturo holpa ua. Tho cane is grown under our supervision from Bccd
choocn under direction of our own agricultural experts By an excluaivo
rjocoxj of manufacturo wo keen tho purity nnd goodness which como
, , i irom tho sweet juices or tna sorgnum. wo
gm '!- -"""jigta includo oujjaf syrup with on addition of corn
J?Lr-i--rsmrJlWflk syrup to prevent fermentation.
f- liUll rime n uo TJ eV-V
n rum otuu
Origin of "Tommy."
The Kngltah Tommy is no strnnRer.
Hm custom Witd In England at ono
tlnwi to supply evory Itrltlsli soldier
with n small pocket manual. In It
were entered the niunc, iikc, date of
enllHlincnt, the length of service, the
wounds nnd the medals of honor of
the liullvldunl soldier.
Thp war otllcc in sending out forms
for Information used tho hypothetical
nnmr "Tommy Atkins," just ns we
might havcKiild '"John Smith" In Amer
ica. In UiIb wny "Tommy Atkins"
tamo to designate tho English boldlcr.
I ftappcued In tho same way that
Jack Tur" enme to designate any
I rf,Tri?t,'5. fcaSfofev. Earn from $200 to $400 a month a0 I
1 ftew5'KySSw an Auto and Tractor mechanic '
TTTrn Slnte jfbJm
'. Addrma 34.1t O St Lincoln Auto anil Tractor School, Lincoln, TlebtfUmU
WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND
For nany years druggists hare watched
with ranch interest the remarkable record
tnaintaroed by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
ihe gnat kidney, lirer and bladder medi
cine. It i a physician's prescription.
Swamp-Root it a strengthening medi
cine. It help the kidneys, liver and bttd
4cr do the work nature intended they
Swamp-Root has stood the teat of yean.
It h sold by all druggists on ita merit
od it should help you. No other kidney
taedictae baa ao many friends.
Be sure to ret Swamp-Root and start
VwHsent at one.
However, if yon wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
ttrmple bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Adv.
! WANTED TO SEE THAT PIG
l "Animal" Had a Strange Fascination
for the Thirsty Easterners of
a Century Ago.
Th- present prohibition law Is much
more ntrliiRpnt than wiih tho dry Inw
, of Massachusetts of 100 years ago,
t when the "Striped IMg" gained Its
1 fume. At thnt time the law read that
llouot could not he secured, save In
ItVpnllou lots. That gnve tho "pig"
Ar. enterprising resident ntteitstetl
the mllitury muster on the llcudvllle
fair grounds, nnd established a side
l,ow. A banner before the tent
(fronted the likeness of n red nnd black
pig. which, a sign said, could be seen
for four pence. Many men went In
(o see the strange animal, and returned
trnny times. As the law did not pro
bJn'l the exhibitor from giving nwny
Honor he gave each patron a generous
glass of the forbidden drink from a
huge stock kc had laid In. The "Striped
Pig" became famous over night. Songs
were wrltfn about the nnlmnl, n bev
rcgv wan named after It, nnd a bur-let-quo
pin In New York adopted the
Farm Note. ,
"Tretty tfrls attract other bonrders."
"And pay board themselves. Yes,
tiey'n grut help."
"CHrmuc a chicken."
"Da yah want a pullet?"
"Naw, I waanu carry It."
iPopular'for he delightful
flavor and because it furnishes
certain food values necesw
6ar$rfor building thejiesfl.
jn body and brairt
Users Rnow by test
"There's a Reason!
V Sorghum Blend Syrup
Send name for our new FREE Recipe Book.
Heat irnialoe without this slg nature
sonnon dTHUr bu -
pmcrs, xmui an. .
fin UtuoT Atkft.,..
Muitactuan i Urn touCIrm
Business Picking Up There.
During tho 15-year period. 1004 to
1018, Inclusive, only four American
vessels called at Snurabnyn, of nn ag
gregate net .otinugo of about 0,.r(MJ.
Seven Amorlcnn ships, aggregating
over lfi.OOO tons net, culled nt Soaru
bayn for discharge and loading of
cargo during the flrst six montliH of
BREAKS YOUR COLD IN
JUST A FEW HOURS
"Pape'a Cold Compound" Instantly re
lieves stuffiness and
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing
nnd snuffling! A dose of "Pape's Cold
Compound" taken every two hours un
til three doses are taken usually breaks
up a severo cold and ends all grippe
Tho very flrst doso opens your
clogged-up nostrils and the air pass
ages of tho head; stops nose running;
rolleves tho headache, dullness, fever
Ishncss, sneezing, soreness nnd stiffness.
"Pope's Cold Compound" Is the
quickest, surest relief known nnd costs
only a few cents at drug stores. It
acts without assistance, tastes nice,
contains no quinine Insist upon
Pape's 1 Adv.
WOULD BE FRIEND IN NEED
Grateful Colored Man Promised to
Go if Services Should
"The race riots In Chicago remind
me of the same sort of excitements
that ran around Atlanta when I wns
living there as a young man," said
George McDanlel of Metro, Cab, bV
cently. "My brother and I were both medi
cosowners of smooth nnd virgin
sheepskins. Wo shared tho same of
fice nnd lunched nt.the same counter.
In tho midst of wild confusion, one
day, n wounded negro rushed Into our
ofllce nnd begged for protection. This
was freely granted, for wo had no
race prejudices, In spite of our South
ern upbringing. We also poured sulve
on the negro's bruises.
" 'Yo' sluiah been good to me,' snld
the grateful darkey, turning to my
brother who, by tho way. Is now
practicing In Los Angeles 'an' I'll
'member It, doc. Say, If yo over kills
anybody man friends nnd I'll get yon
out If we have to bust the Jail to do
It.'" Los Angeles Times.
Cornelius Vondcrhllt said at a din
ner party In Newport :
"A number of Fifth avenuo firms
five censed to give free samples of
dress materials to their lady patrons.
"It appears," Mr. Vanderhllt added,
"that certain ultra-fashlonablo ladj
patrons would securo n free sample of
dress mntcrlul and make an evening
gown of It."
Cold Day for Him.
"So Jim married n cold million, eh?"
"Colder than he thought. Ills wlfs
fieezes onto every cent of It"
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The following simple recipes lmvo
lo hnrmful Ingredients and will ac-
iompllsh results as well ns ready
mixed remedies for the same ailments.
An Astringent Cream.
A well-fecoininended astringent
crenm Is mndn from four ounces of
mutton tallow, one and n (martor
ounces of glycerin, one-half n dram
of tincture of benzoin, a quarter of n
dram of spirits of camphor, one-eighth
of n dram of powdered alum, one-quarter
of n dram of Russian Isinglass nnd
onc-hnlf an ounce of rose water. Tho
rose water Is warmed In a china cup
set In hot water nnd the Isinglass Is
dissolved In It. The mutton tnllow,
which has previously been tried out
at n gentle heat nnd ndded to the gly
cerin, Is then blended with the rose
wnter, and the other Ingredients nro
added while the mixture Is being
beaten. This tnnkes n cream which Is
astringent, tightening the skin, with
out nllowlng It to become flnhhy, ns
often hnppens when ono Is reducing
Good teeth nro requisite for both
health nnd good looks. Go to a dentist
and lmvo the tnrtar removed from un
der nnd around the gums, then ui-o
tublo salt on tho gums several times
a dny. Scrub tho teeth downward,
never crosswise. Tho teeth should bo
cleaned beforo breakfast, after ench
meal and before retiring.
For a Slight Scar.
Spirits of enmphor, touching tho
skin with It twlco n dny, will some
times erndlcnte tho spots left from
pimples. The liquid should be gently
To Remove Corns.
Snllcycllc acid, 1 dram; trim tho
corn with a very sharp knlfo or razor
blade. Apply tho acid; cover with a
pleco of court plaster. In threo days
reinovo the plnstcr and tho corn will
come with It. Soft corns may bo cured
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Dlnucr nnd evening gowns, perhaps
as tho result of a reaction after tho
restraint of war times, have swung to
tho other extreme and nro ns elabo
rate as Ingenuity can make them, nnd
rich beyond anything thnt has gone
beforo for many a yoar. Cloth of
gold, and silver, satins with gold or
sliver figures scattered over tholr sur
faces, brocades, rich embroideries
studded with jewels, laces and nets
Uint aro n mass of twinkling sequins,
fringes of all kinds, and always mora
gold and silver cloth, entice those who
aro looking for regal things to chooso
from. Metallic threads aro woven In
with silk In nil the lovely evening
anades so that rose and sliver, tur
quoise and gold, nlle green and silver
make wonderful shimmering cloths.
Wherever fashionables foregather thero
will bo much glittering this winter.
And theso rich fabrics are not mo
nopolized by the full-fledged women of
society. Tbo youngor set is allowed
them as tbo foundation for frocks,
usually veiled with tulle, Artificial
flowers deck out pretty dance frocks
and sparkling bands of sequins In all
colors are used on tullo to match in
color. For older women ostrich plumes
enrich gowns where one might look
for flowers, end are used la the eve
by wrapping tho nfTllcted toe with I
soft linen rag which has been satu
rated with turpentine, night and morn
Ing, Care should be taken to went
shoes Mifllclciitly wide but not to
Sponge oa tho parts affected nt
least onco n day with boric acid; us
20 pnrts of hot water to one of ncld
Also dust the face and neck and when
ever It Is necessary with a dry borncli
To Overcome Odorous Perspiration.
When bathing put a few drojm ol
ammonia in the wnter, dry tho skin
well uiid dust with the following
powder: Olcato of zinc, ounco
powdered starch, 1 ounce; sallcylU
acid, 1 scruple.
For Chapped Lips.
To prevent tho chapped llpn thnl
so frequently result from tho high
winds try rubbing the lips ench time
beforo going out with roso water nnd
glycerin, mixed In the proportion of
two parts of tho former to ono of tho
For the Feet.
Nn. 1 Wash the feet In warm wa
ter to which n little hydrochloric ncld
or chloride of lime has been ndded.
No. 2 Uatho tho feet often In o
strong solution of borax or In com
mon kitchen sodn dissolved In water.
Cluingo the hosiery every day.
Colored breakfast linen 'is In favor.
Square cloths which hang only n few
Inches over the edge of the tublo nnd
small napkins, nuout 14 Inches square,
nro either of colored linen or else
are bordered with color. Somo In sets
show border wreaths of red roses,
some show red roses with bright green
leaves. They suggest breakfast sets
of English china with Its gay colors
and stiff figures. The all-colored seta
show pink, blue or yellow flowers on
tan or gray linen.
ning coiffure nnd In tho most splendid
A lovely cxnmplo of a Bequln-covor-od
gown for evening appears at the
right of the two pictured above. II
Is a combination of white and black,
In which theso glittering fabrics nre
at their best. This gown has long
and almost straight lines nnd tho skirl
shows tho disposition to grow shortet
which Is making Itself felt. It Is short
ened nt the front. A tuft of ostrlct
feathers nt the left sldo In black ani
n big fan of black ostrich find them
selves in n perfect setting. A wonder
ful Spanish comb makes a simple coif
fure, Impressive and In keeping wltb
But not everyone cares for so much
glitter even for evening wear. At tho
left is a less pretentious gown that Is
dignified nnd beautiful. Black satin,
georgette crcpo and beaded bands of
jet aro put together In a composition
that can hardly bo Improved upon Its
lines nros classic. Three-quarter length
sleeves dud a draped skirt (that Is un
usually long) take cognizance of Uio
By talcing LydiaE.PinhhrtnTS
Vegetable Compound, One
of Thousands of SuchCases.
Blnclc River Falls, Wifl.--"AB Lydin
E. Pinkbnm'a Vcgotablo Compound
snveu mo irom nn
operation. I cannot
Bayenoupn in pnuso
out. I suffered from
my Bido hurt mo so
I could hardly ho up
from my bed, and I
housework. I had
tho best doctors in
Enu Claire und they
wonted mo to havo
nn operation, but
Vccetnhlo Compound cured n.e so I did
not need tho operation, and I nm tcllim;
all my friends about It" Mrs. A. W.
Binzur, Black River Falls, Wis.
It is just such experiences oa thnt of
Mrs. Binzcr that baa mado this f amou3
root and herb remedy a household word
from ocean to ocean. Any woman who
sufFers from inflammation, ulceration,
displacements, backache, norvpusness,
irregularities or "tho blues" should
not rest until Bho haa given it a trial,
nnd for special ndvico writo Lydia tu.
Pinkhnm Mcdicino Co., Lynn, Moss.
Makes Ratty Pipe Scioeth
E-Z Metal Polish for Nickel Parts
Cuticura Soap is
Easy Shaving for
The Mew Up-to-date Cetlcnro Method
and keep all
and in perfect
in the laundry
Nothine else will
take its place and nothine else
is just as Eood. All croccrs, Sc
FDW lorttages and
riVDE Bends fer Sale
In $ 1 00. $900 and $ 1 .000 denominations on farms
and hish class oMy property to net 8. BH and 6 per
tent. Some can be cashed any day before due lor
a commission of one month's Interest Monthly
ptper lor uiTestors sent free
LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY
126 North 11th St LINCOLN, NEB.
Order of our agency. If we have no local
representative order direct from us.
TREY & FREY, Morlsts
1888 O STKEET LINCOLN. NEUIIASKA
Lincoln Photo Supply Co.
Dcpt K, 1217 O St
(Eastman Kodak Co.
SULPHO SALINE SPRINGS
Located on our own premises
and used in the
Natural Mineral Water Baths
Unsurpassed in tho treatment of
Heart. Stomach Kidney and
Moderate charges Addresa
or. e. w. cvcrctt. Mar
latbaadM "Is- Lincoln Neb.
lillllllllllllll Hill Hill
II ill lil-v'"y HUH
may be checked and more serious conditions
et the tbroe.1 often will be avoided ty
promptly glvlac the child a does of sals
DAIRY VIM DISTRIBUTOR
Save 50 on Storage Butteries
Guaranteed 18 moi 0)9
We mnnufacture, rebuild, clmKe, rent, se'.J of
exchange. StoiaKo battttits of all kinds.
What Batry Vim Does
flatry Vim make a wirn-out stomps battery m
Rootlnincw.lt breaks upeulpl'Mli m on the plates
nnuw.iKcsiiie u.iuc y imr cuieit'nr, no matte
how old or w hat condition the baitciy is in.
, Shin your old ba tTy lo us.
Dealenr proposition oimi. Write for information.
BATRY VIM CO., Inc.
lClO N Street X'liono 1 J 2(j LINCOLN. NEB,
DATIONS, I.TC. LOW TON-
HrmmTioN cost, waiisi
j WltlTK I'St")
NEBRASKA MATERIAL CO
LINCOLN. NER. Q
C. E. SPEIDELL & SON. Lincoln
S. S. SHEAN
1123 O Street u Lincoln, Nek.
T. J. O'Orlen Co., Froee.
n a wrmouT bath
11.76 Ul' W1TU BATH
18th ana Farnim Sts Oauhe
HEAT AT LOWEST COST
Save Money, Get Estimate
Call HALL'S, 1517 O St, Uncola, Nek.
and Repair Malarial. 6000-mile cusranteed,
wrapped tread tires. Retreading aad rebuild
lag tires a specialty. Airenolea Waatad.
For lotormaUon address
LINCOLN TIRE tt REPAIR CO.
124 So. 15th St Lincola. Nek
RANDALL & NOLL
317 South 11th Street, Lincala, Nek
Uth St. aad Central Ave., Nebraska Ctty. NeW
WHOLESALE AND RETAK.
Generators. Starters, Magnetos,
Batteries, Lamps, Horns, Bulb, '
Fuses, Cables, Spark Plugs,
Terminals, Switches, etc
Offlclal Factory Berrice RepresentaMvee fee
Gray A Davis, Inc., Electrlo Auto LHe Corp
Wettlnchouse Eire. A illg. Co., Alwater-Kenf
llfif. Works, Qenernl Lead Bntterle Co., Boace.
Mafrneto Co., NortbEant Electrlo Co., Ward
Leonard Klectrlo Co., BIJnr Motor Appllanef
Co., Dyneto Electrlo Co., Connecticut IffnUioa
We specialize on all electrical equrpment'
If you have a Starter, Generator or Magnti
that you do not understand send It to us.
Agents wanted for Titan Battery. ,
Don't forget we can take care of youf
electrical wants, and do it promptlm
Celebrated Entght Engine, best oa earth. Ne
carbon trouble. No Tnlre or engine trouble.
eaeeve valTe type.
Look this car over before buying. Good lira
territory open to dealer. Write for catalog
and dencrlpUre matter. KNUDSEN AUTOMO.
BILE CO. DUtriha tors. 2107 Faraasa SUOaaaka
WEAR OUT YOUR OLD TIRES
(Best tiMlkaatc Isi Mk ass)
YOU CAN ADD 2,000 TO r--SSKsl
5.000 miles extra Berrice .Tir-wlL'
to many tires which you t mu tin -i
now throw away. ' ';.V'.',&n,tZrlVW
Tbe coit of a nib' rBao-Caatng Is aboatone-tblrfl
nstd to wear oafaareral oil tires. UeeanteUieaezl-
ueexMioranow tire, tbe same Uub-Clii can torn
Zi7J" Ti..Bf '4"1 "K u 7 are endlets and ens
saade eoaleal touu Inst
ho Inalf e at tha rntae
("H'l in re ore t
"lln are bak Hm-evl
Dm Ins to be forced tbronsh the rlia-eiit.
ena.ice tor tee Bob-
I Ihn rliM.Mnt A !
riU krU Mn4M4 ia.rll. MtatMlk,
1SS8 N Street Lincoln, Mea
FILMS DEVELOPED FREE
When Price Are Ordered
postal curd else 0 ceuta, pout paid.
Beaton Photo Supply Co.
1 6th dc Farnam S ta. Omaha, Nth,
GET HIGHEST PRICES
for Your Live Stock Ship to
Omaha, Chicago, So. St Paul, Sioux Cky
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS EOUGHT ON ORKRS
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