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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1920)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
CHINA TAKES UP
Its Cultivation and Sale the Main
Support of Hundred's of
After Balbriggan Was Sacked
before the war
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Cedar Rapids, Iowa. "I have used
Dr. Plcrco's Favorito Prescription for
ono year. Before I started to tako it
every month I was in bed threo to four
days under a doctor's caro. I mas only
27 years old but tlio doctors said I
would havo to havo tin operation before
I could bo well. I wns so tired all the
tinio and my nerves seemed to bo all
gone. I could not slcop ut night and
had headache all tlio time. I tuit tho
doctors and started to tako Dr. Plorco's
Favorito Prescription. I took it four
times n day, and in threo months I did
not havo to go to bed, did not need a.
doctor. I Rained 89 much in the threo
months that my huBband said 'You
tako that medieino for a year,' and I
did so. Now I doH my housework and
havo novcr had a headache, slnco. I
sleep good, cat good, and feel good, my
nerves nro fine. It lias been twenty-one
months slnco I havo taken tho 'Pro
scription' and I havo not had any ro
turn of tho troublo so far. I recom
mend tho 'Favorito Prescription' to
very suffering sister." MRS. NOBLE
LOCKHART, 1111 I Ao. East.
All druggists. Liquid or tablet form.
Voung Mini (to girl who litis tmiiv
nged to got 11 little dirt In her ojc)
"Miiy I remove the mote from your
eye?" Maiden "Sir, first remove the.
beam from yours." London Answers.
An Electric Washer, Maybe.
As a rule when your wife has some
thing she wants to tall; to you about
she wants to tall: to you about some
thing .she doesn't hnve. Cincinnati
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Doan'a Kidncv Pdls. They have
helped thousands and should help you.
Ask your neighbor!
.A Nebraska Case
Mrs. N. S. Thomp
son, 7th and N Sti.,
Auburn, Neb., suys:
"My back was
weak and ached
aoomed to be a
across my baclc. I
had known of tho
Kood qualities of
Bonn's Kidney Pills
and gave them a
trial. They helped
mo In a short time
and I have had no
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for 10 Years
NOW a DIFFERENT WOMM
Earnestly Pralsmm Eatonio
"My wife wns a great sufferer from
acid stomach for 10 years," writes n.
D. Crippen, "but Is a different woman
since taking Eatonlc."
Sufferers from acid stomnch let
Eatonlc help you also. It quickly takes
up and carrIesout the excess acidity
and gases nnd'nmkes the stomnch cool
and comfortable. You digest easily,
get the full strength from your food,
feel well and strong,-free from bloat
In?, belching, food repeating, etc. Big
box costs costs only a trifle with your
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and uscu in mo
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$1,887,491 WORTH SENT HERE
George E. Young of Shanghai Says
the Chinese Will Soon Be Com
petitors In, Textiles Take In
terest 4n Their Lands.
New York. Following the Importa
tion of walnuts to China by the early
missionaries the Chinese developed
this Industry so carefully that It has
now reaehed tremendous proportions,
according to George K. Young of
Shanghr.1, China, who has been In the
Orient ten years. Mr. Young said
that the Chinese aro growing more and
tnoro Interested In their lands and con
siderable development will be seen dur
ing the ;iext few years.
"The cultivation and sale of the
walnut, which was first brought to
China by .the American missionaries,
now supports hundreds of Chinese
villages," sr.Id Mr. Young "The
methods of preparing the nuts for mar
ket are most primitive, but as labor
is cheap they are able to send them
to this country and compete favor
ably with the domestic market. For
the American market they use only
the highest grade nuts. They select
the bright colored and shiny nuts and
they are blenched, sorted and packed
according to grade. Those of specked
nnd inferior shells nro cracked and
tiro meat is packed for confectionery
purposes. Tills cracking Is now done
by hand because the only walnut
COMING IN 1921
Federal Officials Base Their Esti
mates on Figures for Fiscal
Year Ended Last June.
INFLUX GREATLY INCREASING
Statistics Disclose a Notable Shifting
of trie Sources 'Whence Come the
New Arrivals Mexico and Can
ada Furnish Labor.
Washington. An Immigration of
1,000,000 or more In 1021 Is the esti
mate of federal ofllclnls, based on fig
ures for the fiscal year "ended June
80 last, which have Just been Issued.
Although three months behind tho tide
of allensf which has been mounting
at a prodigious rnte since Inte in tho
spring, the statistics disclose many slg-
L niflennt tendencies. There hus been a
notable shifting of the sources whenco
come tho new arrivals.'
So far as net Increase in population
and the replenishment of tho Inbor
market are concerned, tho year ending
In June witnessed n greater movement
, from America to Europe, than from
Europe to America, Just as careful
observers hod estimated. The total
Immigration from all foreign lands
wns 430,001, and the emigration nvas
288,315. Tho bulk of this Increase
In population, however, come from
Mexico and Canada, labor which cross
ed tho border.
America Lost 10,000.
Aliens coming from Europe num
bered 240,205; those going back to
Europe 250,433, or a Joss of 10.000.
Before tho war about 85 per cent of
our Immigration came from Europe,
but In 1020 It was only B7 per cent.
Slnco June, however, the rush had cur
ried It back, and officials estimate it
Is again now riding at tho 85 per cent
At present the Mediterranean zone
Is sending perhnpB 75 to 80 per cent
of the arrivals at Ellis Island Italy
alono sending nbout one-half of all
newcomers. Russia and the old Austria-Hungary,
which before tho war
were sending annually mor5 than a
quarter of a million' Immigrants each,
Camp of the
View of a camp of the Itusslan
ucfore tbe Poles,
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Scene In Ilulhrlggtin, Ireland, after
lllary Hrltlsh forces In reprisal for the
the Sinn Felncrs.
cracking machine Is owned nnd oper
ated with greatest secrecy by walnut
growers In this country.
Chinese Waste Nothing.
"The economical bent of the Chinese
Is given full play In the walnut grow
ing Industry. They utilize every par
ticle of the product. When the crop
Is gathered the husks are beaten off
tho nuts nnd nro burled In wet enrth
to rot for fertilizer. The nuts nro
delivered to tho ports through vnrl
ous agencies, the orlglnnl grower get
ting an Insignificant part of the price
realized for them.
"Tho Mr.ncliurlnn walnut has a hard
cr shell than the product of thlscoun
are Isolated from the migratory move
ment and the sources havo swung
back, where they were years ngo.
In 1020 Italy, including Sicily and
Snrdluln, sent over 05,145, the largest
contributor 80,000 went back. Eng
land comes next, Rending 27.871, or
about 50 per cent of its prewar aver
age. Record British Arrivals.
One table by races places the Enc
ash Immigration In 1020 nt 58,30fl.
which Is the largest recorded In the
Inst 22 years, or since -figures for races
were kept, but of this 30,000 came
Another surprising fenture Is that
Spnln ranked third, sending 18,821,
which wns threo times ns many as It
was sending before the war. I'oitugal
came next wlth 15,472, which wns
more than It sent in 1013 and f0 per
cent moro than In 1012. France In.
1020, too, sent 8,045, which was nbout
equal to prewar days, for In 1013 It
SERUM MAY REPLACE KNIFE
French Surgeon Reports Satisfactory
Results From Experiments With
rnrlB. Treatment of appendicitis
by anti-gangrenous serum Instead of
by operation, has been tested with
such satisfactory results that It Is
likely operations soon will be aban
doned for the disease, Prof. Pierre
Delbet said In a paper read before the
congress of surgery. According to
Prof. Delbet the tests have extended
over a period of thirteen years.
Where Was Uncle, Waiting for Train?
Muncle, Ind. When Victor Temple
ton received word that his uncle, Cloyd
Urlch, hnd been found dead at Sweet
Grass, Mont,, he went west for the
body. Tho uncle, very mucli alive, met
htm nt the station. A mistake had been
mndo in the Identification of a dead
Another Ohio Champion.
Duncnnwood, O. ThlB town offers
another Ohio champion. It claims the
"hot dog" honor for Jack Edgar. Ilia
best effort Is 24 ut ono meal.
Retreating Russian Soviet Troops
lted army where the
troops were able to
H bad been raided and sacked by mix-'
murder cf two pollco olllcers there by
try. The shells ol tho Inferior npi
pouring walnuts, which are cracked be-,
fore shipment, nro used for fuel, and
on account of tho large proportion
of oil they contain they make an ex
cellent fuel. The Manchurlan wnN
nut coinmnnds a special ndvantnge In
the confectionery making trado bo
cntio of superior flavor ana texture
of the meat.
"This spring tho prlco quoted to
Amerlenn Importers for delivery at
San Francisco was as high as 20 to
32 cents, Including cost, Insurance and
freight, with tho transpacific shipping
rate nt $17.50 per ton. Tho quota
tions nro now around 25 cents. The
whole nuts nro shipped In 100-pound
hng.t of burlap which nro mndo In
India. The walnut meat Is very care
fully wrapped In paper and packed In
wooden boxes to keep out moisture,
which Is likely to produce mold. In
the United States the walnuts nro
placed In cold storage, which preserves
their freshness, preventing drying, and
the crop which wo ship tho Inst of
June does not get on the mnrket here
until some months Inter."
Handicapped by 8uperstltlon. '
Mr. Young pointed out that accord-)
Ing to tho Inst Issued bulletin of tho
Department of Commcrco for May,
1020, 10.121,881 pounds of walnuts!
came to tho United States from China
In the 11 months ended with May, and
tfielr value was $1,887,401. Ho says
that the Chinese are still greatly
handicapped by their old superstitions.'
After the age-old practice of having
nil streets and passages Irregular . o
that the evil spirits cannot find their
way, they are laying out their farms
In patchwork order, making the roads
rather difficult for nnyoao not famil
iar with tho locality,
"Thero is a large uud growing mar
ket; In Chlnn for every kind of ma
chinery," said Mr. Young. "This Is
particularly true of machinery used In
the textile Industry. Tho Chinese are
going to be competitors of tho whole
world In textiles. When tx Chinaman
figures out anything and decides, to
ndopt It In his business ho is not con
tent to stop there. Ho is buying ma
chinery now for every process In which
he has learned Its advantages.
"The Chinese hnve no feeling against
tho Americans, but, of course, their
hatred for the Japanese grows worse.
Americans In business In China are
disappointed with tho class of men
from this country who have rushed
Into the oriental field In the belief
Jhat great post-war profits Ho there.
They are the cheapest sort of traders
and they aro not even Intelligent In
Sings While They Dine; .
nis wue wains uivorce. :
Ban Francisco. Mrs. Mary ;
Bedlg has petitioned the supo- I
mIan rwmtf rA rin nf tint a 11.
vorco from Moses Bedlg.
She charges him with singing
when they dined In restaurants
nnd with emackUig his lips
when they dined nt home.
The couple wero married last
get a lltVe rest during their retrea
SC a. package
So Does the
FLEA EMBALMED IN HONEY
Little Insect Pest Found Which Met
Its Fate In Egypt Many Thou
k sands of Years Ago.
It Is believed that the earliest food
sioro laid aside for "his wants by man,
and which Is still In existence, Is n Jur
of honey found In an Egyptian tomb,
and probably plnccd there for the sus
teunnco of the dead during the Jour
ney across tho Stygian river, says tho
Amerlenn Forestry Magazine. When
round, the honey hnd changed into a
very dry candy and it had lost Its
sweetness, though It could still bo
Identified ns honey.
In tho bottom of the Jnr, well cov
ered with honey, wns a dead Ilea of
precisely the same sort my those which
ploguo Egypt to this day. Apparently,
tho Insect had hopped Into tho Jnr
while the Inst rites over thctlend wero
being observed, and when tho Jar wns
corked, the little fellow was shut up
within, and, like the true patriot, he
prpbubly would hnve declared that
death was sweet. Anyway, ho sank
to the bottom whlio the honey wns
still soft, and there the nrcheologlsts
found him after a good many thou
sands of years.
Man's devotion to woman frequently
arouses her feelings of tho tired kind.
It requires a good sized closet for
Rome family skeletons.
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f aX r
PPrrWING GUMtT fi
Not Have Coffee
but they enjoy a cheering
hot drink at mealtime just
like the older folks.
is the ideal table drink for
children as well as grown-.
ups. Its ricKcoffeeikefla
vor pleases, but it contains
none of cofFee's harmful ele
ments. It costs less, too!
Postum Cereal Co., Inc.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
ALL THE TIME HE WANTED
Excellent Reason Why Traveler Need
Not Worry Over Possibility of
-Missing His Train. '
AClevelnii(l man with business In
terests In Illinois tells if an Incident
ut a railway Junction In that state, 11 o
was hungry and It was only two min
utes beforu the departure of his train.
He rubbed up to the countermen and
exclaimed: "(Jive me a sandwich and
a cup of coffee, quick I Haven't time
for anything else."
"My friend," Mild tho man behind
the counter, "take nil tho tlmo 'you
want. Just cast your eyo over th.a
menu and I'll telephouo ,the superin
tendent to hold tho train a while."
"Do you mean to sr.y that ho wll
actually hold the train while I cat?''
"Sure, friend. 'This Is n branch
rond, nnd there's no other train com
ing or going over It this morning. Th
superintendent will want you to hnvo
a good meal ho owns this lunch
room," Avoiding Magnificence.
"A imin'H house is his castle'," r
marked the ready-made philosopher.
"Don't suy that," protested tho ten
ant. "The landlord Is liable to think
It over nnd make extra charges for
If Adam had been wide awake h
wouldn't havo lost that rib.
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