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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1921)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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After Every Meal"
v Get thrlce-dally benefit from III
Y8v this low-cost aid to III
V appetite and digestion II
It keeps teeth white ij
v breath sweet III
arid throat nil
Vv Makes your 8jf
The Flavor Lasts
OBJECT LESSON WAS SPOILED
One Small Pupil at Least Mlsunder-
stood Just What Teacher Had
Intended to Impress.
The llftli-Krntle lonelier wns font of
Hie young principal nml U was often
rumored that liu was ongapetl to her.
Tiey managed to hoop It a .secret from
the children, yet most of them were
Misplclous. one way she showed her
affection was by t.ie way blie cooper
ated with him In all his pet .schemes.
So when ho started a movement
UKMlnst MitoUlns slie promptly bewail to
help 1dm out.
Kirst she demanded that all her hoys
who smoked bring to her all the to
hncco tliey had In their pockets. They
did It and It was a goodly supply. Tak
ing the box which held It, she said to
one 01 tne hoys, "You take this down
to Air. T "
A little boy In tile rear of the room
piped out: "Teacher, my sister, IJess,
Plie's goln' to give her beau tobacco
for his birthday, too."
g They Ask For It.
Hilary K. Adair, tho San Franclscc
detective, was talking about the con
victlon of Charles I'onzl.
"Oh, well," he said, "tho people like
(o be swindled that's my experience.
When I was living In New Kiitrliintl u
Concord crook cleaned tip $7,000 one
cold winter by advertising that he had
a flO-cent recipe for keeping wells and
cisterns from freezing. Farmers from
Maine and Vermont and North Dakota
and all the cold places sent for the
recipe, and what they got was a print
ed slip which said:
" 'Take In your well or cistern care
fully every night and stand It In front
of the lire.' "
The Real Sport.
Tho father who doesn't tnko his
Pinall hoy to a baseball game now and
then Is missing n world of pleasure,
and at the same time losing ono of
life's real opportunities to become ac
quainted with his son.
Fatal to Files.
Fly-swatters and screens will bo
relegated to tho Junk nlle If tho De.
purtmont of Agriculture flutls merit In
tiie liy-kllllng properties claimed for n
sapling grown from the seed of a Ken
tucky coffee treo by the Into Prof.
George F. Holmes of tho University
of Virginia. Professor Holmes assert
ed that the treo gave off a peculiar
poison fatal to flics and therefore was
a boon to humanity. He planted It In
nis garden and requested that It b?
dedicated ns his only memorial.
Every beaver dntn costs New York
Is Your Meal
Ifour Friend ?
A good many people who like tea
or coffee find that tea and coffee
dorit like them.
Nervousness, sleeplessness or
disturbed digestion is proof.
furnishes a satisfying"
Thousands who have made
the change keep on with
Postum because it's bet
ter -for them.
Sold by all grocers
ADDS TO LEGION'S SJRENGTH
Commander of Minnesota Department
Mas way of Doing Things That
Under tho direction of A. IT.
Vernon, commander of the Minne
of the American
Legion, that stato
has become one
of the strongest
ments In the
C o in in a n d e r
Is that success
mines In tlin T.rv.
jtf& H K'" ,n proportion
ilrll to the service it
gives to Its mem
bers and to tho state. In carrying out
this policy he has built up a Legion
Service bureau which handles ono
thousand ex-service claims a month
nnd a department branch of the
American Legion News .Service.
Early In 3021, when the Federal
board for vocational education pre
pared to send representatives to six
teen centers In the state to examine
dKubled veterans the authorities
were handicapped by a lack of pub
licity. Commander Vernon prepared
twenty thousand large posters nnd
placed them on every billboard In. the
stato. This was supplemented with
Information to every newspaper In re
gard to where every disabled man
should report to receive compensation,
vocational training nnd medical treat
ment. When nn unexpected number of
veterans enlisted for vocational train
ing. Mr. Vernon appealed to 20,000
business men to place the men In their
establishments. The merchants and
manufacturers responded with a good
will and all the vocational students
were placed to good advantage.
fHAT there are Physicians who spcoializo on Infant ailments you know. All
Physicians understand Infant troubles: all Physicians treat them. It is his
profession, his duty, to know human ills from tho Stork to tho Great Beyond.
But in serious cases he calls in tho Specialist, Why? Ho knows as evory
Mother knows, or ought to know, that Baby is just a baby, needing special treat
ment, special remedies.
Can a Mother bo less thoughtful? Can a Mother try to relievo Baby with
a remedy that sho would use for herself? Ask yourself; and answer honestly!
Always remember that Baby is just a baby. And remembering this yoa
will remembor that Fletcher's Castoria is mado especially for Infants and
Children Cry For
SNct Contents 15Pluid Praor
MERITED TRIBUTE TO LEGION
Leslie's Weekly Editorially Honors
Brave Men Who Served In
the World War.
"The American Legion begins to look
like a full-page composite photograph
of biographic Americanism from lut
nam to rershlng," reads a recent ed.
Itorlal In Leslie's Weekly. "It moves
with the weight of tho "Hattle Hymn
of the Itopublle" and the levity of
laiiKee noodle," with tt ululnnt yell
from "Dixie." Its large composition
is a token of great trust, and the old
Itonian, legions, and other legions of
time, begin to look like pop-guns. It
neither tries to roar with a lion's heart,
nor win a woman's quite different
from tho pomnded mustaches of Pots
dam. Its manners are quiet; Its mem.
ory Is excellent; Its emotions aro
strong, nrl It Is prepared to roll ntf
the refractory elements In one btimlla
and hang them on one hook.
"Without a proclamation, nn nglta.
Hon or unloosing a pack of schemes,
It has created a civil prestige to match
Its military splendor. Old soldiers of
nil ages and nil lands are prone to
harp on one string, but the tramp of
the Legion is In time and tune with
nil the chords of throbbing life. It is
not merely hnndsomo clny In uniform;
but sinewed In manhood from Its toes
to its brains. It has that delightful
mixture of sense nnd spirit, of power
and chivalry, of shop and farm, whlc
tickles the popular taste. It neither
bleats over its woes nor boasts of Its
"When the mighty military machine
dissolved in our citizenship the frag
ments coalesced through tho sym
pathetic attraction of a high purpose
for in defending the Institutions of
America the Legion learned how to
value them. Thus It possesses n mnrni
prerogative to tread down lurking dis
loyalty. We are proud to be tho fath
ers and mothers, cousins nnd aunts of
tho Legion. Wo shall sleep sound nt
nights. And when the historian winds
up the task of glory-painting Its bnt
tles we trust that he will use a golden
drop of Ink in stating that congress
dealt a belated, but a glad and gencr
t rrrm -' TlttlJ nlNT.
I :.:i!Ail,r.,n hvTforfiilll-
J BlJllllllUilfcUIVlvuuuj nv,.-
Bi H E!aZ
T . (
neither Oniam, Morpmnc iw
Mineral, nothahcu i iv
t ,.. Mf Sr.EP.P
The False and the True.
n ?dve?lslng!)y'te use,wee space, tho expenditure of huge sums
of money have placed on-the market, have put in your home, perhaps
Do you recall anything that has more modestly appealed to tho
public than has Fletcher's Castoria: modest In all its claims, plead Jg
at oil times and truthfully for our babies? B
u Jhe hJs sPlure,tho misleading claims may win for n time, but
that bTa the to S" advertiscr is llke thc story i thetortdto
Mothers everywhere, and their daughters, now mothers, speak
frankly, glowingly, enthusiastically in praiso of Fletcher's Castoria.
sine's ?o Sffii! friCUd tUUt brUBht COmXrt' ChcCr
.. ? nei,: V uhcs,e ui mothers "0 argument can indt.ee them
toset aside their bottle of Castoria, their old friend, that they might
try even another and unknown remedy for babies. Then, would YOU
think of going to YOUR OWN medicine chest to fmd rclieSiw's
troubles? Can you not separate the false from the true?
MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER S CASTORIA
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Women as Taxpayers.
Figures show that one-llfth of tho
taxpayers contributing to tho cost of
administering tho affairs of tho stato
aro women. Women, married and sin
gle, filed 14-1,000 of tho 7-15,000 Income
tax returns In 1020.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
" r-WTt NIW YORK CITV.
THE BIG 4
Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the world's stand
ard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles
Made hy Postum Cereal Cbjfac,
FATHER MORAN AIDS LEGION
Former Army Chaplain Assists In Ob.
talnlng Armistice Day Legisla
tion In Minnesota.
"When tho Minnesota American
Legion stato legislative commit-
teo at tho open
ing of the state
Us various bills
house and senato,
Father D. J. Mo
ran of Farming
ton, was mado
chairman of tho
Attnokltic f h a
Job with Argonno fervor, Father Mo
ron obtained tho passage of a hill de
claring Armistice day a legal holiday
ns tho first piece of Legion legislation
enacted Into law.
As army chaplain, Fathor Moran
served ten months overseas. Ho is an
ardent Legion lecturer and worker.
When ho returned from France In Sep
tember, 1010, and found no Legion
post organized In Farmlngton, ho
headed straight for Legion stato head
quarters, obtained tho neceAsary
blanks and within n week had estab
lished one of tho most active psts In
Beware 1 Unless you see tho name
"Bayer" on package or on tablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-ono
years and proved safe by millions.
Take Aspirin only ns told In tho Bayer
package for Colds, Headache, Neural
gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago, and for Pain. Dandy tin
boxes of twelvo Hnyer Tablets of As
pirin cost fow cents. Druggists also
sell larger nackneres. Afmlrln la tim
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoacetlcacldester of Salicyllcacld.
The National Remedy of Holland for
centuries and endorsed by Queen Wllhel
mlna. At all druggists, threo sizes.
Look for tho nkme Cold Medal on frr hs
and accept no imitation
'As She Saw the Elephant.
Llttlo Catherine, aged four, saw an
elephant at a circus for the Jlrst time.
Looking ut It, sho exclaimed: "Oh,
mamma, look at the fat horso with
tall near his eyes."
To Insure gllstenlng-whlto tablo
linens, use Red Cross Ball Bluo In your
laundry. It never disappoints. At all
good grocers, Cc.
Polly Bustles are coming back
Dolly Well, that's whom Hiov
ought to come. Isn't It7 Juiie. I
FOR THE FEET
BDrinklo nnn nr ivur All'. rviT?
powders in the Foot Hath and soak and
uu.mo jcci. is wkc8 tue sting out of
Corns nnd Bunions, and BtnartinK, aching
lCCt. Tlinn fnr Inafinr. .,f..f t..i aT
iin s.00.taI:'J8e into your ehoca. It takes
me uiciiuH irum uio snoe. rcts the feet
and makes walking a delight. Always uee
It lor dftnpmrr nnrtin. nml tx tA1. i
shoes. Over Ono Million Five Hundred
muuuana pounds ot I'owdcr for the Feet
were used by our Army and Navy during
Aak for ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
Offers Sloalffi and Weailii
anil has brouRht contentment and happiness
to thousands of home seekers anil their fami
lies who have started on herl'HEE homesteads
2f.l!?nRJ?t a.1d .ct alf.nctive prices. Thcv have
established their own homes and Bccurcd pros
perity and Independence. In thc Kreat Krnln
pro winx sect f ons i of tho prairie provinces Uicrc
Is still to be had on easy terms
Fertile Land at SI5 to $30 an Aero
-land similar to that which tlirour.li many
yearn haa yielded from 20 to .15 bushcla
of wlicut to tho ncrc oats, barley and flax
alto In Krcat abundance, while raising
liornes.caitle. sheep nnd hous is .qually
profitable. Hundieds of fanners in Western
Canada have raised crops in a sinRle season
wortti more than the tvhnlorno n th.i.ij
(Healthful climate. Rood nelfilibors. churches!
SCllOOl3. rural tlrnhnn .1l.. -.l" ..
and shipping facilities. The climate nnd toil
olfer inducements for almost every branch ot
agriculture. The advantages for """"
Dairying, Mixed Far mine
and Stock Raisins
make a tremendous appeal to industrious
SPltIfr4 Wiehtnt. tn mnm. ..! .1
stance!. For certificate entitling yju
iiT ";UM,-:u miiwnyraiei, illustrated
lutiuiuiu, inaus, ucscripnoii ot iaira
uppuriunuiesin Manitoba, Saj-
katchewan, Alberta and Ilri.
inbia, etc., write
Room 4, Bee Building
AaltoHf 4 Ai t, Dt. mt ImmttnUu
" Colwili.tlaw. Ooml.lMi ef Cjnd.
MUBT HKLI. lM.Nt'11 AC'CUUNT SICKNKS.4.
300 acres fenced, 10 In crops 4 liursua. har
ness. wagons, plow, harrowa, lots other tools.
h urnlahod houne, cellar, chlckon houao, burn,
corrals, rino water and noil. Free runno.
122 an acre. BD. 8TA1-I.KS. HONK, IDAHO.
"Humming" or "My Mummy" nud ton other
popular iionu hits. $1.00. CatuloKue free
Weasner Muslo Co., lit Wash , liurfalo, N. Y
CDCnif'l CO C!T,Yrtv"rMOV,tD'"Ifinrr,e
r II CU h L CO t&ffimQffMSz&.M'sn.
What to Take for
SULPHO SALINE SPRINGS
In Connection an Extensive
Natural Mineral Water
SuJpho- Saline Springs
14th nnd M. bts. Uiu-oln.
Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills
men uwu & ot a ior a lew nigiits atter.
You will relish your meala without fear of trouble to
follow. Mil Ions of all ages take them for Biliousness,
Dizziness. Sick Headache. Upset Stomach and for Sallow,
Pimply, Blotchy Skin. Tfieu end the mhtm of Cnn,llt,nlln
i7bIui-u sai&ZZC Small Pill; SmaJ Dote; Small Price
100 PER DAY FOR
That Is what It
means to YOU to
oqulp your corn
plow with "Uttla
Cuitivntop B1Tn v... t'V'T." "otrry
a year for ten yearn. They YoU alonj by
tho aide of the shovel, allowing- the fin.
as? &to.9msdr S? g
atrs&TpMr: or Bont d,'ecl
Munaon Mfc. Co., Petit. W, Wlnterset, Iowa
Enslow Floral Goi
131 So. 12th : Lincoln, Neb.
' 12G MAMMOTH JACKS
' narKBin mr you cnaio or rie
W. 1- leOI.OW'H JACK iTllil
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