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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1920)
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absolute cleanliness and
brought tG them in Wricley's
sealed sanitary package.
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sweets, aids diestion,sweet
ens breath allays thirst and
helps keep teeth clean.
AT LEAST IT'S NOT PROBABLE
Judge Was Likely Dead Right When
Ha Told the Elderly Lady About
The Judges of tho Marlon county
courts recently adopted and published
rules relating to formal openings of
court sessions, requiring nil persons
In the courtroom at the time to stand.
This and the other requirements are
designed to Insure dignity and deco
rum. An elderly woman employed at the
courthouse accosted one of the judges
In thP corridors of the building and
complimented the bench on Its atti
tude In conducting court.
"In fact. Judge," she added, "I think
all of you Judges ought to do like
some of the big eastern courts nnc'
Without hatting an eye the Judge
replied: "I do wear n gown ubout
one-third of the time."
"Why, I never saw you in one." the
"And you never will." gravely an
swered his honor ns he proceeded to
bis courtroom, chuckling to himself.
Airman Lived on Jack Rabbits.
Stranded In a Kevndn desert. Enrl
Ailor, former urmy aviator, lived lor
Biz weeks on Jack rabbits, while re
pairing a defect In his plnne.
Incident of Wall Street That We Pub
lish Without Any Affidavit aa
to Its Truth.
There was a man In Wall street, em
ployed as thirty-second nsslstant cash
ier in n bank. It took the hank di
rectors several weeks to discover whe
was talking to the financial reporter!
nbout certain things supposed to be
known only to Insiders.
Upon learning his Identity tho di
rectors immediately advanced him tc
ciihliler, on the theory that his new
responsibilities would preclude hit
conversing with outsiders on Impor
tant dinners. Hut it didn't work
The cashier was In n more favorable
position to relay important things tc
the financial scribe-. He was pro
nioted to a vice presidency. He talked
louder and more frequently.
In desperation the bank directors
made him president of the institution
It worked wonders. He stopped tnlk
lug. Thereafter he spoke only through
prepared statements, and while they
were long and windy they reveuled
nothing disturbing. From Life.
Young Husband (evasively) Well,
she can mako n good family stew.
Coffee drinkers, who switch
from their accustomed table
drink, almost always turn to
Postum because of its deli
cious coffee-like flavor.
There's no harm to health in
Postum. Much as it tastes like
coffee, there is no coffee in it.
Boil Postum a full fifteen min
utes, and you develop that rich
flavor you so much like, "
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Fashion Indulges the Flapper.
THE wisdom of the nrbltrnry god
dess of fashion Is often In ques
tion, but that Irresponsible and errntlc
deity goes on her wayward way. often
side-stepping the axioms of good taste.
One of those axioms Is that young
girls should be simply dressed nnd,
to the Joy of the flapper, fashion has
seen lit to Ignore It for n while any
way. She Is Indulging tho younger
girls In their henrU' desire clothes
like thoe of their grown-up sisters
not to speak of mothers and grand
mothers. The flapper Is usually Inn
need of something to make her happi
ness complete and now she has It in
luxurious frocks nnd coats for eve
ning. These rich trappings nre beauti
ful, but lack the flavor of youthful
ncss, which Is a more appealing charm
than any other.
Frocks for cverydny wear Include
muny pretty models that nre l ot too
much fussed up to be youthful, al
though they reflect the mode for dec
oration by following It at a little dis
tance. These arc the most Important
of the young girls belongings and two
of them, as Illustrated in tho picture,
may be worn with the 'assurance that
they aro both good style and good
taste. At the left, a frock of gabar
dine In dnrk brown Is ornamented
with rows of stitching In beige-colored
Bilk and narrow brown silk bruld. The
skirt is gathered Into the waist, hut
folded at the sides to form a panel,
defined by rows of cloth-covered out
tons at each side. The Ingenious waist
reveals a llttlo blouse nt the waist
line of tlgured beige satin across the
front nnd bnck. Stltchery, like that on
the skirt, appears under tho arms at
the sides and ns a finish for the three
quarter length sleeves, nnd covered
buttons In a row at each side add the
charm of neat precision to a very
The other dress of blue serge makea
the most of accordion plnlts, small
hone-buttons nnd Itomau-strlpcd rib
bon. Stripes cut from the ribbon bind
the collar and sleeves and n sash
about the hips mnkes n spirited, youth
ful finishing touch.
Fine Feathers In Millinery.
IN ALL the representative dlsplnyH
of hats for .Inter much plumage
und much manipulation of p'.umngo
are In evidence. Tho ali-fentner lint
Is always a part of tho autumn mil
linery parade, but It has never ap
peared In such numbers or In so many
combinations and colors as this fall.
Feather and fur hats are usually
mall and expensive. This season finds
a generous sprinkling of larger shapes
among them, and ns compared to other
millinery they contrive to be less ex
pensive thau heretofore. This couu
try has always supplied great quanti
ties of raw feathers and during the
war may have learned to rely on home
manufacturers Instead of sending
feathers over-seas and Importing the
lints made of them. It takes a great
deal of work to make a good feather
hat. hence wo ought not to expect low
prices on them.
Three of the hnts shown above 'are
made entirely of feathers. Curled nnd
uncurled ostrich plumage grows every
day In favor nnd the uncurled vnrlety
covers the brim of the hat at the top of
the group with a crown of even more
popular hackle feathers. Just below
It at the right a velvet shnpo has a
wide, upwnrd (hiring hrirn covered with
slightly curled ostrich flues. A hnnd
some tnm at the left Is entirely cov
ered with hackle, arranged In light
nnd dnrk stripes, the dark i tripes run
ning through rings made of the light
fenthers. A turban with Indented
coronet finishes this group of repre
sensntlve feather hnts.
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For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
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Spohn's Distemper Compound
to break it up and set them back In condition. Twontr-ilx
yeara' ui haa mutla "Spohn'a" Imltipcnaabla In treatlnx Couf ha
and Colda, InHurnxa and Dlitemper, with their reaultlnc compll
catlona, and all dlieaaea of the throat, noaa and lania. Acta
marvelouaty a a preventive, acta equally welt aa a cure.
centa and ft, 20 per bottle at dru atorea.
flrOUN MEDICAL CO SIT ANY, Qoahen, lot.
KilLThat Cold. With
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ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
TWO KINDS OF ADVENTURE
New Yorker Who Offered to Sell
Life's Services Already Has
Jack nardy, a former sailor, living
In New York, who advertised that ho
was ready to sell his services for t! o
rest of his life to the highest bidder
who had a career of useful udventuro
to offer, has received two bids.
A woninn offered hint $5,000 to ho
ber bodyguard on u trip to Egypt
"providing the trip was successful."
Jack doesn't think he'll take this, not
being certain whnt tho woman regards
as a successful trip to Egypt. Tho
other offer wns from a man and his
wife who described themselves ns tho
wealthiest couple In Scrantnn, ln
wanted Jnck to help hunt for their flf-teen-y
car-old son with $5,000 and
adoption as tho reward.
That Is more promising, tho young
man thinks, hut ho tins reached no de
cision yet. Ho Ib twenty-two years
old. 'Tin not looking for a soft berth,"
bo said. "The hnrder tho Job, tho bet
ter I like It."
KILL OWN CHILDREN AT BIRTH
"I see where a woman hnd her hus
band haled to court for "kissing her
800 times a day."
"Some women aro hard to please."
"It's evident this chnp wasn't scat
tering hlaY affections around tho
neighborhood." Birmingham Ago-Gerald.
Arlol of Tahiti Look Upon Attempt of
One of Their Order to Rait
Child as Sin. ',
Lovers of laughter, song, music,
llowers nnd birds, tho Arlol of Tahiti
killed their own children nt birth, and
looked upon tho attempt of a membel
of their order to rear a child as ai
sin. While religions causes wera
given for this by tho leaders nnd, no
doubt, believed In, tho real cause,
Frederick O'Brien tells In tho Century,
wns u natural one whereby the spocles,
to prevent over-population of tha
South sea Island, destroyed Its owr
With perfect health ana no enemlea,
the Islnnd would soon have had a bard
time finding food. t
The Arlol were wandering minstrels,
actors, priests nnd wonder workerB td
which belonged both men nnd women.
The natives of Tnhltl who nave ee
caped the blight of civilization art)
living proofs that at ono tlmo the raca
was ono of tho most beautiful in tha
world's history, while Investigator
declare that arts and civilization wera
brought to a high piano hundreds oi
on Urst and
where we work th
MA man on Urst and third, saU
"Oh, Charlie, dear, not right out
hero. It Is so public please." Cornel
Nature is on your side
every time you eat
For this sturdy blend of wheat and
malted barley supplies body and
brain with juit the elements of
nutrition that Nature demands
for health and vigor.
GrapeNutss is a Sugar Saver
"There's a Reason"
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