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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1921)
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Take some Mood Change Charts home,
and make this experiment!
LET'S imagine you have jirt
comehomc from shopping. You
are tired and nervous. You step to
the New Edison and put on an
Edison IU-Crkation. Gradually the
music soothes you. You forget
fatigue and your "nerves" disap
pear. You feel refreshed and light
hearted. Mr. Edison in his present great
research is studying into the. effects
'of music on the minds and moods
Will you fill out a Mood Change
CTt, and do your bit for lYTr.
Lciisou's research ?
Make the experiment in ymjp
own home. Come in. Let us give
you a supply of Mood Chan.'a
Charts. Have your family and your
friends fill them out. They will find
it more fun than Quija.
If you don't own a New Edison,
fill out a Chart in our store! Better
yet, we will lend you a New Edison
and a program of RE-CamA-noNs so
that you can give a Mood Chango
Party in your own home.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
20 for 20 cents
in air. tight pnokaflas.
Also obtainable in round
tins of SO, Yacuum-soalud.
I READ a atory.
ABOUT A follow.
ON AN ley hill.
AND SfARTED to olldo.
AND TRIPPED up.
A FAT lady.
WHO SAT on him.
AND RODE down hill.
TO THE foot.
AND THEN ho wheozed.
"MADAM, YOU'LL havo.
TO GET Off lioro.
THIS IS as far.
AS 1 go."
GO WHEN a now olorli
WHO DIDN'T know. '
MY REGULAR amolco.
TRIED TO soil mo.
SOME OTHER hind.
I REMEMBERED that yarn.
AND TOLD tho clork.
JUST WHERE to cot off.
OTHER KINDS will bum.
AND GIVE off smolcc. V
I'LL ADMIT that much.
BUT THAT'S aa far.
AS I'LL go.
THERE'S ONLY ono hind.
THAT CAN, and will, and docs.
REALLY "SATISFY." -
OTHER clparottca may plonso
your tante for a tlmo but that'o
aa far an thoy po. With finer tobac
cos both Turkish nnd Domestic
and with liner blending Chestor
fiolda pivo you tho fullest possible
cigarotto enjoyment. They alivaya
satisfy. It'o tho blend anil it can't
Liggett & Mvrns Tobacco Co.
FARM BUREAU MEMBERSHIP
Tim Afmnlinrnliln C.nmnntm in Wnli
ster county is over nnd tho next step '
Js Township Organization. Wa did '
not receive as largo a membership as
we would of, had the roads been bet
ter. We have now about BOO mem
bers and this will be Increa cd as the
Township Organiration will give
each Township their ofilccr., a Di-,
rector on tho County Tarm Btueau
Board and various Committeemen.
Tho solicitors who were farmers
from other counties spoke Very high-1
ly of the courtesy and kindness shown j
by the drivers who drove them dur- j
ing the week of the drive and the
farmers that were solicited for mem
bership. The question comes up by some of
the people out over the county'Whal
does the County Artnt do?" Wo
will give a report of the past week's
work: Saturday Office day, getting
out newspaper notes, reports, etc.
Sunday Lincoln at State Farm Bu
reau Federation office making ar
rangements for Township Organiza
tion. Monday Lincoln. Bureau of
unimal industry, House of Repre
sentatives, Extension Service and
State Senate. Tuesday Vaccinated
19 hogs for Renfrew Pitney, Inavale,
vaccinated 11 pigs for Alva Carpen
ter, Inavale. Wednesday Inspected
a herd of cattle, where 9 head had
died. J. H. Hamilton Poland China
Sow Sale. Vaccinated 18 head of
cattle for E. E. Burr, Guide Rock.
Farm Bureau meeting ar Oak Creek
school. Thursday Vaccinated 72
head of cattle for Wm. Kirkpatrick,
Poultry Demonstration nt 0. G. Shcp
pard's farm northeast of Roscmont,
took JO Culls from 120 birds, at
tendance 25. Friday Inspected hogs
for Dick Thompson, Guide Rock,
vaccinated 19 calves for Max Mizcr,
Red Cloud, Farm Bureau mooting at
Roscmont. Office calls, 22, phone
calls, 42, letters received, CG, letters
written, 27. Miles by rail, 460,
miles by auto, 325.
Owing to scarcity of brood sows
the Poland China and Duroc breeders
will hold a combination sale instead
of each holding a sale. Thoy will
sell SO head of bred sows of each
breed on Saturday, February 2Gth at
tho Stock Pavilian, Red Cloud, Ne
braska. If in need of some brood
sows on your farm, come to this sale.
HENRY R. FAUSCH,
County Agricultural Agent.
IT LOOKS LIKE A RAIN
It was the Arkansaw Traveler, the
reader will remember, who came upon
a native and asked him why ho
didn't put a roof over hts head, and
the native replied that when it was
raining he couldn't and when it
was'nt raining he didn't need it.
That was all well enough for Ar
kansaw but in Nebraska, rain or
fchine, we need a roof. We've had a
fine experience during tho past half
dozen years in living under other
people's roofs and the prices wo paid
for the privilege would have bought
many roofs. We like to own our own
houses here in Nebraska because it
gives us a sense of becurity and of
thriftines3 both of which are neces
sary to our well-being. We might
just as well pay rent to ourselves
rather than to see the money leave
our pockets to be gone forever when
we pay rent to others.
Neai'ly everyone can afford to own
a better home than he thinks at the
outset ho can possess. A good home
is always an endorsement. It is
good publicity. It suggests to a
community that its owner has good
stuff in him and the remarkable fact
is that he gets that impression him
self if ho has a good home.
Tho most favorable time to' ac
quire a homo during the past' five
years is in the winter and spring of
192 L for we will sec some prosperous
times along in the immediate future
and homo values are more likely to
hold to their present lovols, or in
crease, than to decline. Foresight.
The teacher iiUt'd: "Why do leaves
turn red In minium?" A hinnll hoy
said: "I5ecnuM tiny nro blushing to
think liov (,'m'ii they were In sum
Red Cloud Nebraska
A Crownlno Incident.
On n Cornish tombstone n rather
piplexlng version of Proverbs 12:4,
concludes tho announcement of a
lady's death: "A virtuous woman la
5a to her husband." Space did not
permit of "a crown" being cut out In
full, so nn Ingenious stonecutter sub
stituted this excellent abbreviation,
Dr. R.V. Nicholson
OlUeo Over Albright's Store
The Margin OF Safety
Is icproseuted by the amount of
insurance you curry.
Don't lull yoursolf into a fnnoied
Bccauso flro has never touched you
it doesn't follow that you'roiminuno
Tomorrow no today, If you have
time and you bettor And tlmo
como to tho ofllue nnd we'll writo
a policy on your houso, furniture,
store or morchandlbo.
LATER MAY BE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
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Comb nation Consignment
Sale to be held in the
Auditorium Sale Barn
Red Cloud, Nek, 1:30 p. m.
Saturday, Feh'y 26
25 Duroc Jerseys and 25 Poland Chinas
Tried Sows, Fall Gilts and Spring Gilts
This offering is of the heavy boned, good feet and good backs. Very
best of breeding and mated to sonic real herd boars, such as Dig Instruct
or, Prince Col. Supreme, Top Pathfinder, Pathfinder Masterpiece, King
Price, Messenger, Red Cloud Clansman, Fashion Duster, Etc
COnrSGVO?3 -Frank Sutton, Inavale; H. W. Lambrccht, Inavale
Fashion Stock Farm,' Guide Rock; C. B. Steward, Red Cloud; Chas. Whit.
akcr, Red Cloud; W. E. Lambrccht, Inavale; Geo. Dcitlcr Cowlcs.
J. K. ELLINGER, Auct. ED. GARBER, Clerk
H. R. Fausch, Co Agt., Sales Mgr.
Dc wiih Us Sale Day
Write for Catalogue
. When your battery needs attention,
to what kind of service station do you
go? Do you get unprejudiced advice and
Please realize that, no matter what
make of battery you haye, it will be given '
expert attention at our Service Station
and made to last as long as possible.
Batteries are thrown away every day
which our experts could economically
put into shape to give efficient service.
No matter what make of battery
is in your car, you will find it worth
your while to gat acquainted vVith our
service. When your battery is truly worn
out and not before then we will be
glad to sell vou an Exide. the long-life
Red Cloud Battery Service Station
Old Lin ? Bankers Life Insurance' Go.
01 Lincoln, Nebraska
Vcbstcr County Dank
Dead Letter List
Tho following list of unclaimed let
ters will bo scut to the Dead Letter
Department if not called for by March
Juiuos Atwatcr, Mildred Raker, Oscnr
Hurch, Chas, Knapp, Mr. and Mrs, W.
II. Pnltnor, EIHboii Rosenthal, Henry
Sherman, Mr. or Mrs. James Simpson,
11. O; LETSON, Postmaster.
South Side Mission Services
Regular services will bo held each
Sunday as follows:
ll n. m., Proachlnp.
2:30 p. m., Sunday School.
7:30 p. m., Preaching, subject "Is
Water RaptUm Required of New Tost
uracnt Converts?" llrlng notot books
aud blblo, faubjcot glvou by special ro-quest.
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