Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1921)
r .t&K il-Vi,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Kill That Cold With
CASCARA kg QUININE
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Take no chances, keep this Etandord remedy handy for the Out neae.
Breaks up a col n 24 hours Re'vcO
Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache
Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascora la beat Tonic
Laxative No OpUto in Hill's.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
siiiiS 4H slft H arLm H HfB
tiS!&X3KroSteT S! W '" -ST
?."- Ll'rlt(XiV Sm.llrlSrlH-3&.ira5r
-,wjtyWtvr II Iiter1
N.I' . ....
nrft Viplnlnrr thpir tinehnnrta r nrnenw r.- .r.'
thev pneourntrrn 1nm tn on urhurA tSu rn,1t .!. t.. i..f '
.A...r.v.r .".:-"."!: """?",r.'5".",'",B ""'':
wth ng fajniK .iciii aim icuuce cost oi living wncre they
could reach prosperity and independence bv fauvlnr an t.,ma.
Fertile Land at $15 to $30 an Acre
land similar to that which throuEh many years has yielded trim XO
to 40 bushels of wheat to thacr. Hundreds of farmers in Western
Canada have ratacd crops in a Mnule Reason worth more than the whole
-..- fi.I. i- j ttii.tr . " -"- p-jm vtuiiii mule utiiu iiic wiiuio
cost of their land. With such crops come prosperity, indeoendence. nood
:omlorts and conveniences which make for happy living.
homes, and all the comforts i
Farm Gardens Poultrv -Dair-vine
8r ftniirrM lf inrnm BMVinit nnlw In amU mrnmlni. nail .tut. hLI.
(Twt4 tif.ta nnAtl n.lnltkjiH .L..L.aa .- . . H'
schools, rural telephone, etc., Rive vou the
opportunities of a new land with the con
veniences of old settled districts.
Tor illtvtritf ! Ilitraturr, inapt, drarriptlon of
iarinivurbuiiiiir 11 maniiooa, aaAKfttruvwan,
and AltxrU, rnlucH railway ratea, etc.. wrIU
Dtpaitment of Immigratluo, Ottawa. Can , or
W. V. BENNETT
Boom 4, Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Canadian Government A sent
Look at This Price!
Trade Mark Reg. U. S. Patent Office
DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO FARMER,
putting Brokers' and Middlemen's profits in Con
Beit Hog and Poultry Feed on the market. It puts the
PEP in them and keeps them healthy.
Prices down to 3Vc per lb. in 500 lb. barrels; 4'(c in half
barrels; 4Hc in quarter barrels. F.O. U. factory.
Get Free Sample and Booklet describing this wonderful
Consolidated Products Co.
DEPT. 100, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
"The only thing for pigs. Makes them grow like weeds."
R. T. McKJLLIP, Beaver Crossing, Nebr.
"It's the best stuff I ever fed." F. SEIVERS, Iowa.
"A great chicken feed and egg makrr."
T. J. UTTELL. Wilber, Nebr.
The pigs sure like it. Best thing for shoats I have found."
E. VAN HORN, Burr. Nebr.
SUCH A NICE YOUNG MAN !
This Minister Evidently Not One of
the New School of Blunt and
Though HcnrC'Iiead Hentips find front
juge news "stories" do not eoino
often from the (lepnrfineiit of Kriiiil;
N. Wiillnc', state entomologist, never-llieles-s
reportorlul drones who huzz
hround the hue division of Mr; Wal
lace's tlotntiln may count always on
nt least one good dally Mory. Hero
Is the latest one:
He was a young minister of the
old school. He did not follow the
modern dru-trlne of frankness in his
speech, especially with the lambkins
of his flock. Flustered and "fussed."
he stood before a large gathering of
mulling, good-looking up-to-the-minute
peppy lambkinettc.H and In guarded
tones reminded them of the pitfalls
and evils of this wayward world. "lie
reached the climax of his address and
with a blush of ultra-modesty he said :
"And, my dear young friends, do you
know that even tills very day there
has come to mine ears a rumor .Hint
there Is in this very community a
hand of hold, had hootllmhers!" In
Some ambitious people rise from
nothing to something worse.
Budding genius, If It Is genius, Is
indifferent to frosts.
WAS WARDING OFF BAD LUCK
Small Matter to Young Woman That
She Was Also Holding Up Busy
"Trafllc gets held up la queer ways,"
said a cop at Korty-second street and
Filth avenue. "It was only Just the
other day that we had a blockade that
tied things up for half an hour.
"I noticed a young woman pound
ing something against the curb.
Looked funny to me, and I could not
llgure what it was. People passing
by started to run, looked again and
crowded around her. I headed for the
middle of the bunch and saw she hud
busted open tier package and was
hi caking a lot of mirrors on the side
walk, onfc by one.
"'What's all this about?' I usked.
" 'Oh, mister olllcer,' she says, 'I
broke a mirror a while ago and If I
don't break seven more right quick
I'll have seven years bad luck. By
rights tliey should hu broken all at
once, but I could only do It one at a
time. And now, please, won't you
help nn get out of this crowd?'"
New York Sun.
Friend "Your characters seem to
ho continually smoking." Author
"That's to give atmosphere."
If wo are .vise, we never leave
school. Horace Fletcher.
Its Up tolfou as a Parent
whether you feed your hoy or
girl real Building food,or some
thing that merely "tastes good1
furnishes exactly the food val
ues needed to build young bod"
ies, and the taste is delightful
Grocers everywhere sell chis
staunch wheat and malted barley food
Ready to eat "Economical
(Copy for This Depurtnifnt Supplli-i! by
the American tuition Nw Service )
HOLDS TWO LEGION OFFICES
v .' v v
Winchester, Va., Man Is State Histo
rian as Well as Chairman of
B. M. Hosr.el of Winchester, Vn., lias
been entrusted with two olllces by the
rv inetit or the Amor-
lean Legion, lie
e., f"M I " ite historian
AaA -rA -.. .... -
t J , yj " wen us i;iuiir
.rf """ - i ? man of the De
sion, lie also
serves as historian
of his post.
Bom In Balti
more, Mil,, Mr.
Hoszel was edu
e it t e d in t h e
schools of his state and recelvcdWhc
A. B. and Pit. D. degrees from .Tonus
Hopkins Unlverilty. Afterwards ho
was a fellow In astronomy and an In
structor in mathematics in that insti
tution, ami later a teacher of physics,
mathemntlcs nnd chemistry In the
Washington high school system, Wash
ington, I). O. From 1!)(H to IPOS Mr.
Koszel was head master of the Se
wanee (Srainmur School, In charge of
the preparatory department of the Uni
versity of the South. Since 1008 he has
been superintendent of the Shenan
doah Valley Academy, a military
school at Winchester, Va.
Mr. Uoszel served eighteen months
In this country and overseas in the
Army and was discharged n major. He
has since accepted a similar commis
sion In the Reserve Corps.
LEGION HIKERS ARE GREETED
TRAVEL PICTURES FOR POSTS
Two California Ex-service Men Report
Cordial Treatment by Posts of
The hospitality of the Southwest Is
reflected in its American Legion posts,
according to Van W. Bishop and C. 0.
Allison, California Legionnaires who
are well on their way on a little walk
from Los Angeles, Cal., to Mexico
01 1, Mexico, a distance of more Uinn
l.fiOO miles. Bishop belongs to Los
Angeles Post No. 8, and Allison to Ir
win Post No. IKI of Sim Francisco.
Weary with tramping tlio dusty
kilometers and burdened with packs
and other impedimenta, the mnrchers
found rest at a number of Legion
posts along the way, according to a
letter revived from them by the adju
tant of the Los Angeles post.
"The postn of tho American Legion
In the towns where we have stopped
have treated us royally. Legion mem
bers at Yuma, Ariz., started the good
things for us. Then Tucson jnwt fixed
us up for two days In a mom lilted
with bunks for the accommodation of
n few fellows who come In utid want
a place to stay.
"Our next stop was at Blsbee for
throe days. They have a regular homo
with seteral rooms and a steeping
porch. A number of the fellows make
their homo at tho club. We nrrlved
In time to attend tho funeral of one of
the boys brought back from 'oer
thete.' Now, we are at Douglas,
where Legion iost olllcers obtained
quarters for us. Our plan Is to enter
Mexico at 121 Paso or Laredo, Tex."
QUEEN OF LEGION CARNIVAL
Faribault, Minn., Young Woman Hon
ored in Connection With Celebra
tion to Ralso Funds,
Miss Tllllo Olson Is not posing for
n motion plcturu of feudal days. She
has merely assumed her position as
Films Embracing One Thousand Top
ics, for Use of All Legion
By arrangement between the Amer
ican Legion nnd the bureau of com
mercial economics, the most complete
and valuable collection of educational
hud travel motion picture lllms In ex
istence will be placed at the disposal
of the Legion for free exhibition un
der the auspices of all posts. The
films, which embrace 1,000 sepantte
topics, are tho property of the bureau,
an altruistic Institution the sole aim
of which is to advance education and
pride in American Institutions.
At the Instance of national head
quarters, the bureau has prepared a
special catalogue In which each 111m
Is numbered and described. A copy
of tills catalogue will become the prop-
oi't of each Legion post. The only
exjiense attached to posts ordering the '
lllms will be the payment of express
charges to and from the 'nearest dis
tributing center of the bureau. No ad
mission fee may bo charged by tho
A distributing center for the films
will be established In almost every
state. Responsibility for the trans
mission of the catalogues and tho In
formatloh concerning the location of
distributing centers to which each
post must apply for lllms, rests with
the state departments.
The story of the establishment of
the bureau of commercial economics
Is that of a fulfillment of a vow which
a blind man took years ago, should his
sight bo restored. Dr. Francis Hol
ier, the founder and director of tho
bureau, vowed to work for the bet
terment of mankind when ho recov
ered his, sight, and the bmcau Is tho
LEGION IS HIS MIDDLE NAME
Adjutant and Americanism Director of
Chicago Post First to Name Him
self After Organization.
"Every American ought to have nn
American name," sold .lacob Tolnowltz,
director of Walter
S. Poague Post No.
1G1 of tho Ameri
can Legion la Chi
cago, ut a post
"To prove that
I stand up for my
convictions, I liavo
changed my uiimo
to Jacob Legion
Ton n v snld tbnt
there should be n law establishing an
AmVvican standard of nomenclature
ar.U that, In tho meantime, it is up to
iiembers of the American Legion to
set tho fashion.
"Telnowltz is a grand old name,
but Tenny will bo easier to pronounce,"
fluid Tenny. "I'm retaining my first
name, Jacob, of course, but I'm adding
Legion as a brand now tnlddlo name,
So far as I know, I'm tho first man
who litis named himself after tho Amer
ican Legion. Thero couldn't be any
hotter namo fpr n he-man son of nn
American service man than Legion."
Tenny enlisted with tho llrst contin
gent of eighteen men from tho West
side of Chicago nnd Rorved overseas.
Ho Is n lawyer and nt tho last primary
election was n Democratic candidate
for municipal Judge.
Miss Tilllo Olson.
Queen of tho Carnival, which the Fari
bault, Minn., Post of the American
Legion staged In that city to mine
money for carrying on various post
HALF-HUNDRED LEGION POSTS
Seventeen Foreign Countries and Threo
Territorial Possessions of Four
Fifty-ono American Legion posts nro
scattered about the faco of tho globo
outsldo the continental limits of tlio
United States, according to nnttonal
headquarters of tlio ex-sorvleo men's
organization. Seventeen foreign coun
tries nnd three territorial possessions
of four continents aro represented.
Tho list of territorial posts follows:
Anchorage, Vnldez, Ketchlcan, Juneau,
Sownrd, Wrangell, Fort Llscum, Cor
dova, Nome, Haines, Fairbanks, Sitka,
and Petersburg, all In Alaskn; Hono.
lulu, Kcnlla, IIllo, Kupnau, Walnlua,
Schofleld Barracks, Fort Kumehamohn
and Kahulul, In Hawaii, and Manila,
Cuartel do Kspunn, Cavite, Fort Wil
liam McKinley and Corregldor, in tho
Foreign posts have been formed nt
Buenos Aires, Argentlno; Brussels,
Belgium ; Rio do Janeiro, Brazil ;
Montreal, Canada ; Cliuqulcamiitn,
Chile; Slmnghnl nnd Peking, Chlnn;
Havana, Cuba ; London, Englnnd ;
fiiintomnln City, Guatemala ; Paris, La
Rochelle and Olovros, France; Cob
lentz, fiennnny ; Tokyo, Yokohoma nnd
Kobe, Japan ; Mexico City nnd Tnmpl
co, Mexico; Cnrro do Pnsco, Peru;
Bnlbon, Cristobal nnd Gntum, Pnnn
ma; Warsaw, Poland, and Santo Do
mingo, Santo Domingo.
A. E. F. Play Library.
An A. E. F. piny library hns been
opened for tho use of posts of tho
American Legion, which produce plays
for homo tnlont production. Tho mn
slcnl comedy, "Slttln Pretty" Is ono
of tho feature plays now offered to
posts. It tells the story of n dough
boy who poses ns n girl welfare work
er In Franco, saves a party of A. W.
O. L, soldiers from court martial,
chnperones two charming daughters
of n French noblcmun, and saves the
boys from drowlnlng In tho River Cog
nac. Tho address of tho bureau la
A. E. F. Library, 00 West Fortieth
street, Now York City.
-".-'..... - fL A l.1Af4tlllfl
Mat Contents 15 Fluid Dntot
- JJ-J"J " I I I I I'l II I il
neither Oplu m.Morplilncnorj
. T't .. id. .n,lv for
I HIjOnSUPuuuu------- .
rilii flna romw&------
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
THE CINTAUn COMrAMT. tltW VOKK CITY.
t T M
What to Do for
Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver
Pills then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after.
You will relish your meals without fear of trouble to
follow. Millions of all ages take them for Biliousness,
Dizziness, Sick Headache. Upset Stomach and for Sallow,
Pimply, Blotchy Skin. Tity end the miter;; of ComVpallon.
SwatnuCreb-r2 SM '- Sn ". SnH Prits
Paying In Dresden China.
Little pieces of red-brown chlnn
hearing tho usual Dresden mark are
being passed from hand to hand In
Saxony. It Is not that people aro bar
tering their cups and saucers or are
getting rid of the contents of their
chlnn cupboards, nor are they making
each other presents of the delicate
porcelain for which the mark of Dres
den has been noted.
A new coinage In porcelain has been
put Into circulation to supersede small
paper money, and one of Its valuable
assets Is the fact that It can he
washed, so no one need complain of
dirty money. The little red-brown
discs have met with a hearty welcome,
nnd tho factory of Meissen has never
sent out anything more popular than
these little pieces of china that are
too small for a plate, too shallow to
hold water and not adorned with any
thing but the most simple devices.
Fliiuegan (to his spouse) Shure tho
children these days hac no manners nt
at: at nil. I'liwat do yoz think that
.xoung omadhauu next door said to
me? "Mr. Flnnegan," lie scz, "git yer
picture tool: nn' I'll send wjin o' thlm
to me taycher for a valentine." Bos
New Noses for Old.
Dr. JuIIen Botirgot of Paris, who
made a reputation during the war In
rebuilding noses which had been
knocked away In battle, Is visiting
America with the object of Improving
noses which do not have the proper
True bluo Is a term that Isn't ap
plicable to milk.
"Cold n tho Head"
!o nn acuto attack of Nuaal Cfttnrrh.
Th oo mihjt'ot to rrcmiunt 'colda In tli
Im.ifi" will tlnil that m i.b n it i r IU
..VU1. imivi Uilik Itio UDU HI. I1AUUJ3
CATARRH M1S13ICINJ3 will build up the
nyaicin, citmnxe xno Jiiooa nnu render
them less llublo to colds. Repeated at
tncliH of Acuto Caturrh muy lenu to
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE ts
tnkon Internally nnd nctM through the
Blood on tlio Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem, thus reducing tho Inflammation and
rostorltiK normal conditions.
All DruffKlflts. Circulars free.
F. J. Clmnoy & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Mrs. Dlbbs I'm going to wire my
photograph to a friend In Chicago na
a birthday greeting.
Mr. Dlbbs The cost will bo prohibi
Mrs. Dlbbs How do you know,
Mr. Dlbbs I understand that It's
bnscd on the number of lines In tba
sender's face. Buffalo Express.
The first of tlie United States
"Is he n union man?"
"I don't think ho Is
III v rSBq
w i miJmm
"-- ---'r:?'' jr
Do you know
make a fine
is made o selected wheat, bran
and molasses. Boil it for twenty
minutes or more, and you obtain
aleverage of rich, delightful fla
vor, that is in euery way healthful
Postum Cereal is free from harm
ful elements, and is economical
"There's & Reasoxi
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
Made by Postum Cereal Company, Inc.
Battle Creek, Michigan.
Powered by Open ONI