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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1921)
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rnpiRED? Nervous? Worried?
jJL Put a Re-Creation, on the New
Edison, relax Into a chair, let the musio
' flood the room with melody and comfort.
NThe music produces a mood change,
j Mr. Edison has devised a Mood Change
.Chart by which you can register your re-
actions to music. Come in and get your
'supply. Make the experiment in your own
home. Have every member of your family, J
also your friends fill out charts. It's
more interestirjg than the Ouija board.
Mr. Edison would like to study your
'charts in connection with his great research
Into the effects of music on the minds and
'moods of men.
If you don't own a New Edison, come
'into our store and fill out a Mood Change
Chart. Get Mr. Edison all the Mood.,
Change Charts he needs. '
E. H. Newhouse
and MULE JEWELRY
Begins Feb. 19 : Closes March 5
Lost ! !
Golden Opportunity if
you fall to buy at this
from the path of econo
my by not satisfying
your wants at this sale
Your time and money
by overlooking and not
purchasing at this sale
All auto and harness repairing dono neatly and promptly
Building J. 0. BUTLER
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
MJBL1SHKD EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In the I'oitofllce ut itcd Cloud. Nob
at Second CI Ms Mutter
A. B. McAUTHUR.lEdltor nnd Owner
Farm Bureau Notes
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS
Sow nnd Litter Club. Boys be
tween 10 nnd 18 years arc eligible,
they must use n pure bred sow that
will farrow during March. Each
member must secure their sow. Thero
will be a show and sale this fall. Be
sides the prizes offered, a free trip
to Lincoln for theN County Champion
and each member will be eligible to
try. out for the Stock Judging team.
Boys and girls between the age of
12 and 18 years. They must furnish
their own heifer which must be a
pure bred. She may be a Holstcin,
Hereford or Shorthorn. .This club
will start during April and closed
with a show and sale next October.
Prizes, free trips and eligible to
Stock Judging team and those having
Holstcin calves are eligible to make
the Dairy Stock Judging team.
The Farm Bureau is starting Town
ship Organization. The past week
Potsdam, Line and- Garfield Town
ships were organized as follows:
Potsdam Township D. D. Versaw,
President, Chas. Siebrass, Vice-piesi-dent,
E. .A. Blumcnthal, secretary,
Alex Buschow, County director, F.
Kuhn, chairman of Legislature Com
mittee. Line Township C. B. Steward, presi
dent, A. A. Borcn, vice-president,
Alex Bentlcy, secretary, D. B. Stun
kard County director, James Kcagle,
L. Auuushon nntl W. J. Haskins, Leg
islation; C. Arbuckle, Sam Johnston
nnd D. B. Stunkard Membership Com
mittee. Garfield Township S. Ship
man, president, George Amnck, vice
president, Frank King, secretary,
John Ryan, County director, George
Amack, Legislature Committee; Ed
Lewis, N. R. Payne, N. P. Campbell
and Ira Wagoner, Membership Com
mittee. Eugene Sullivan of the Statu Fed
eration gave one of his good talks on
Fnrm Bureau and assisted with the
HENRY R. FAUSH,
County Agricultural Agent
lU Vaudeville i 1 Red Cloud JI
1 li illlli ilBHi nli. Jlrfflj
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NEBRASKA FARM BUREAU
A government veterinarian has
been placed at Aurora, Neb. through
the action of the farm bureau. His
territory will be Hamilton, York and
Polk counties at present. If enough
farmers sign up to have their herds
tested he will be retained permanent
ly. Over 100 head of cattle have al
ready been listed and 15 applications
are still in the hands of the farmers.
It is thought that a total of 200 or
1.300 head will be reached. Tho cattle
are tested for tuberculosis free .of
charge, no matter whether the farm
er owns one head or 100 head r
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Prices 15c -30c
ETHEL CLAYTON in
aa.'SJSl A Fifji Story
The Secret Gift
With an AU Star Cast
Also 13th Episode
The Phantom Foe
WM. S. HART
In His Latest Picture
Also A Two-reel Big V Comedy
HIGH SPEED FREIGHT ENGINES
FOR THE BURLINGTON
At the sixth annual meeting of the
Illinois farm bureau a membership
of 10G,000 was reported. Each mem
ber signs up for three years and pays
$15 a year dues, 10 of which goes
to the county and 5 to the state. D.
O. Thompson, secretary, reported
that in order to make tho work of
the federation more effective it ha3
been necessary to create several work
ing departments as follows: organiza
tion, executive, publicity, finance, gen
eral ofllec, clnim and service, legal,
phosphate-limestone, live stock, mar
keting, crops, and dairy and vege
Sam Gunrd, associate editor of the
Breeders Gazette, has joined the
forces of the American Farm Bu
reau federation, as director of tho
publicity and cducationnl departments.
R. C. Pollock, formerly with the ex
tension department of tho national
Holstcln-Friesian association, has ac
cepted an appointment in tho organ
ization department and has left for
Arizona, where ho will be in charge
of an intensive membership campaign.
Mr. Pollock graduated from the ag
ricultural college at Ames, Iowa, and
was associated in county agent work
before taking up his activities with
the Holstcin association.
Sixteen Mikado-type 2-8-2 (so
called) locomotives, especially design
ed for fast freight service have been
delivered to the C. B. & Q. R. R. by
the Baldwin Locomotive Works,
Weighing upwards of 240 tons each,
ready for road duty and standing 78
feet, 4 inches long overall, these en
gines were built to "deliver" Hvo
stock, fruit and perishable freight in ;
An unusual idea introduced into
their construction is that some of
these locomotives are built to burn '
bituminous coal and others are design- j
cd to use lignite coal. Burlington ex
perts having found it cheaper to do
this than to haul other coal from
foreign fields, these engines have been
built to suit the coal found on the
particular divisions on which they are
Tho high cost of engines at onco
comes nome 10 one, wncn it js muni- i
ed that cacn oi the "speeu ooys"cost
the pretty sum of G8,750, as against
the pre-war price of 20,000 for
similar engines, r
"You've heard about the raisin with a kick of 10 per cent
But the raisin with the wallop is the raisin' of the. rent
WHY PAY RENT, ANY WAY?
"Talk with us about owning your own home1
t - j
i Malone-Gellatly Co.
Having decided to quit farming, I will sell at Public Auction at
the Chas. Besso farm, 1 mile south and 1 mile east of Red Cloud,
commencing at 11 o'clock, on
Monday, Feb. 28
25 Head Live Stock
5 Horses and 20 Hogs
New Farm Machinery, Etc
TERMS: 6 months at 8 on sums over $10. Sums under $10 cash
JPOWELL & POPE will serve Lunch on the grounds
C. A. Eiker, president of tho Keith
county farm bureau, has the distinc
tion of being the "bee king" of Ne
braska. At present ho has thirty
miles of bee stands distributed up and
down the South Plntte river. Last
year he secured something over 20,
000 pounds of honey and hopes to
exceed this amount the coming sea
son due to favorable conditions. Tho
honey is brought from the different
points along tho river to the Eiker
refinery where it is strained and
made ready for shipment. The work
is done by machinery run by electricity.
Amendment to the Constitution of the
Farmers Union Co-operative Asso
ciation of R.'d Cloud, Nebraska.
S. W. Etherton, Owner
. H. Elllnger, Auct. W. A. Sherwood, Clerk
Js Your Subscription Paid tp.,Date?
According to announcement mnde
this week by J. A. Crawford, mana
ger of the membership campaign in
Nebraska, tho total in tho 29 coun
ties canvassed to date will exceed
20,000 with several precincts yet to bo
completed. Work during the past
month has been handicapped by im
passnble roads but tho work has been
continued with a full number o'f so
licitors in tho field. Tho schedule
has been made out until tho first of
tho month with several other counties
having expressed a desiro to carry
on a campaign.
Article fl. Dividends:
(a) Out ol the net onrnlngs o( tho Associa
tion Ten (10) percent shall bo sot asldo as a
sinking fund and that this money shall not
bo used (or buying stock, and shall not ex
ceed 00 percent ol tho paid up Capital and
eight (8) per cent shall bo paid on tho paid
up capital Rtock; the remainder of the not
earnings shall bo divided pro rata among
thoso customers who aro Union members, In
proportion to their patronage, upon tho basis
ol products sold to and goods bought from
(4) Dividends shall bo declared In tho fol
lowing classes: First, upon goods purchased
by a Union mombor and his family; Second,
upon products sold to tho Association by
such classes of persons; Third, dividends arls"
Ing out of collectlvo operations.
(c) Dividends shall be paid annually,
(d) Tho dividends of non-stockholders
ellglblo for membership and stockholders
who navo not fully paid tor at least Ten
shares of stock shall bo hold by tho Associa
tion as a payment on tho shares of stock un
til Ton shares aro fully paid. If such non
stockholders shall noglcct to comply with
the requirements tor momborshlp within
sixty (60) days after tho declaration of this
dividend, such dividends shall revert to the
surplus fund of tho Association.
Passed January SO, 1921.
H. II Crowoll, President.
John M. Ityan, Secretary.
I ! At our Blue, Brown and Gray Serges.
L ) for real values in hand tailored suits
'THE HUGHES WAY9
The Frank R. Hughes Co.
CLEANING DYEING REPAIRING
LADIES TAILORS MEN'S TAILORS
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Tho Committee of 15, appointed by
the American Farm Bureau Federa
tion to investigate livestock market
ing conditions, will meet in Chicago
February 25. Ths will bo tho initial
meeting of this committee and will
bo limited to organization and out
lining a plan for investigation. C. H,
Gustafson, chairman of the Commit
tee of 17, is also a member- of this
committee. w ,
Mr. and Mrs.
RED CLOUD, NEB
Early Savings Banks.
The first savings bank In America
wns opened In Boston 104 years ago,
December 13, 1S10. In tho same year
an Institution called the Philadelphia
Savings Fund society was established.
Tho third Institution of this kind In
America was founded In Now York
In 1810. The first regular savings
bank was established In Hamburg In
1778 and the second at Berne, Switzer
land, In 1737. Tho oldest savings
bunk in tho world 'is In Zurich, Swltzer.
land, nnd Is now In Its ono hundred
and seventeenth your, Tho first reguj
Intt anvlnpa linnlr In firont Ttrlfnln was
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opcSEd in Edinburgh 107. rears ago.
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If You Are
or any other place, come in and LET US
SHOW YOU how much cheaper building
material it now than it has been the
last year or two.
Piatt & Frees
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