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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1921)
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proof surf fir-. ft j0 cany to keep clean for it will not chip,
, crnzf;, bend, dent or .discolor and nlvny3 remains new.
PYREX is the original the first transparent oven
ware and la guaranteed not to break in nctii"! oven-use.
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evety prtctiod baking purpose. Itiansnvcr
of tunc, fuel and dishwashing drudgery.
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MORE beautiful than -a
sweet silver bell, more
exquisite than any other musi
cal sound in the wctd, is tho
human voice when it is pure.
But rare 1 Extremely rare 1
Mr. Edison tested 3800 singers.
Only 22 sang pire notes.
ZSf Bhmograph uHth a Soul9
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vodla potiuut I
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Given to every
one who votes
In oar "most-interesting
Come . in and hear Case,
Hempcl, Chalmers, and other
artists Mr. Edison has picked
for their purity of tone. The
New Edison Re-Creates these
magnificent voices so perfectly
that there is no difference be
tween Re-Created voice and
original .voice. It gives you
their every enchanting beauty.
. H. Newhouse
The Iovest priced construction
material in the world. Buy it.
Piatt fr Frees
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Sunday morning- Jean, ago three,
witched bcr mother prcparo a fruit
salad. To moke'.lt extra good all thq
choice fruits In season wore added. At
dinner after Jean hud finished eating
tlila Balad ho Bald, "I want somo more."
"Sorao moro what?" ho was nsked,
'Oh, some moro of that garbage," wu
8ugar Gives Off Sparks.
A queer phenomenon has recently
come to the notice, of Washington scl-'
enthfts. Disks or loaf sugar rnountod
on a rapidly rotating lathe whllo a
hammer beat lightly against , them
were seen to givo off a continuous
light that has not been satisfactorily
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nobrnnka.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
tinterod In the l'oBtoiIlct nt Htd Cloud, Nob
as Second Class Matter'
A. B. McARTHUR,EdItor and Owner
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
Local, io & 12
Farm Bureau Notes
COST OP PRODUCTION RECORDS
The meeting Tuesday ufternoon was
nttended by tho Township Project
Leaders on Cost of Production. E. L.
Taylor, Extension Specialist from the
Farm Management Department was
present and showed how to figure tho
cost of wheat, corn, etc. Ho used
wheat as an illustration. Each town
ship in tho county will keep n few
records on wheat, com, oats and hogs.
Dan Garbcr who just returned from
Lincoln where ho attended the meet
ing of representatives of the various
iuvm organizations to hear the re
port of tho Committee of Seventeen
on tho marketing grain, gave n brief
report which was very interesting.
Tho Committeo of Seventeen is a
committee appointed and financed by
the American Farm Bureau Federa
tion. The Committeo of Seventeen
was composed of the leaders of all
Farm Organizations, C. H. Gustaf
son, President of tho Farmer's Union
in Nebraska was chairman of this
Beaver Creek and Elm Creek Town
ships adopted tho program of work.
Beaver Creek Township Meeting E.
L. Taylor helped tho members to
figure cost of producing a bushel of
wheat in their township. The follow
ing program of work was adopted:
Main source of income, wheat. Diffi
culties; rust, smut and low yield.
Remedies; smut demonstrations and
trying out rust resistant and improv
ed Variety of Wheat. Goal; ten farm
ers raising Knnrcd wheat, two farm
ers treating for smut, fivo farmers
keeping "Cost of Production" rec
ords. Project Leader, W. H. Garlach. Ten
farmers signed up for Accredited
Tuberculosis Freed Federal testing,
eight farmers sicmed un for "Pn
"Bred Sires Only," two farmers will
keep records on oats, three on corn
and two on hogs.
Elm Creek Township . Meeting E.
L. Taylor figured with the farmers
present, cost of producing a bushel
of corn. Program of work adopted
as follows: Main source of Income,
wncac. Uilllcultics. mnrkotlnrr. rust.
smut and low yield. Remedies, keep
ing Cost of Production rccorJs, grow
ing improved strains of wheat. Goal,
two farmers growing Kanrcd wheat,
four farmers keeping "Cost of Pro
duction" records. Project Loader, Art
Stearn. Two farmers of Elm Creek
will keep records on corn, two on
oats and two on hogs. Four farm
ers signed for "Pure Bred Sires
' PRAIRIE DOG AND POCKET
We have mixed up somo prairie
dog poison and farmers that have
prairie dogs can call at the office and
get some. This is tho chennost wav
to kill tho dogs. It costs around IB
cents per ncro and is easy to put out.
Wo have on hand prepared poison for
HOLSTEIN BREEDERS' MEETING
Owing to tho storm Saturday tho
Holstoin Breeders' mooting was post
poned till Saturday, April 2nd at 2
p. m. All farmers interested in
dairying should attend, prospects are
good for a Dairy Calf Club and
Dairy Stock Judging team.
HENRY R. FAUSCH,
County Agricultural Agent.
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ENID BENNET in
The Woman In
The Suit Case
e medy 'Seven Bold Pates
Ralph Dunbar's Comic Opera
HARRY CAREY in
Also 2 Reels of Comedy
FRANKLIN FARNUM in
Go Get 'Em Gerringer
HAROLD LLOYD in
'AN EASTERN WESTERNER'
Ull 1115111- i)l51ES ' 3J)
man in 4be
knew 4he answer
W. G. Hamilton was in Hnstinps to
Dr Pnpkwood of Rlverton was in the
city Wodnosday afternoon,
Vote for Alf McCall for mayor-
Petitions tiro bpinir circulated tcdny
to run Alf McCall for Mayor by poti
tion. Thu Degree of Honor lodtro will moot
next 1 uesday afternoon ut2'o'olock in
Ctio I. o. o V. hull. A full attendance
Is desired and a program will be L'lven
for tho uooil of tho order.
According to a table compiled by
the Omaha Chamber of Commerce
Nebraska ranks third in automobiles
per capita for tho year 1920, and
there aro 220,000 automobiles for a
population of 1,295,502 people in this
20 for 20 cents
in air-tight packages.
Aio obtainable in round
tins of SO, vacuum-sealed.
WAS A kindly soul.
BRIGHT ON somo subjocts.
BUT SO absent-minded
THAT ONE day at tho barber's.
HE TOOK off his collar.
TO GET shaved.
AND FORGOT whoro ho was.
AND KEPT right on.
TILL THE cash.glrl screamed.
AND A barber stopped him.
HE WAS a great smoker.
BUT HE'D often put.
THE BURNT match In his mouth.
AND -THROW away.
HIS STUDENTS lovod him.
HE WAS so full.
OF FUNNY Burprlsoo.
ONE DAY ho had a tubo.
OF RADIUM and ho told.
THE STUDENTS all about It,
AND FINALLY, by mistako.
INSTEAD OF tho tubo. ,
HE PULLED out ono.
OF HIS clgarottes.
AND ASKED tho class.
"WHAT 18 tho ono thing.
THIS MARVELOUS substanco.
FROM ALL others on earth?"
AND THE class roared.
WHAT is it you've always wanted
a cigarette to do? You know tho
answer. rhnstnrfinLlo ,1 .-. .1
only p ease your taste, they satisfy!
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V; Ji. UI1U "omesiic tonaccos.
I touch them' for quality and value.
Congregational Church Notes
The servioos lust Sunday were very
Interesting with the beautiful Easter
Cantata, the baptism of two children
and receiving of nine now members In.
to the church.
Rev. Mrs. Mltohel', work with tho
church Is showing good results,
Sorvloes next Sunday as usual with
the quarterly SHcrauientof tho Lord's
Supper. Always good slnglntr and a
good sermon. You are Invited,
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.
Dr. R.V. Nicholson
omco Over Albright's Store
OVER STATE BANK
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