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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1921)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHEEP
Children's School Wear Week
School starls September 5th. While lots of mothers have
anticipated the dress needs for their little ones, many have
been delayed by one cause or another in making their
purchases until now, while scores of other needs will bo
discovered when preparing the children, for school.
Our Showing in Prclty School Dresses in the
READY TO WEAR
In Sizes From 4 to 20 Years at Prices That Will
Satisfy The M6st Exacting
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nobrnska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
.utired In the I'ostolllcp nt Hid C loud, Nob
3s Brcond Clans Matter' '
A. B. McAItTIIUK,Edllor and Owtior
Foreign, per column inch 15c
Local, ' " " 10 & 12H
Nothing is more serviceable
for cool mornings for child
ren than a good sweater.
Before buying come in and
If you prefer to make
the dresses we have a
nice line of gingham,
linen, poplin or wool
in most all of the
In buying hose you
want the best you can
get for the money. I
have selected my stock
of hose with care both
as to texture and price.
Agdnt for Home Journal Patterns
The Women's Store
Our renders will notice considerable
improvement in this week's Argus.
Mrs. Clara Darker is helping with the
machine work which (jives the editor
more time to look for elti&lvc nows
Items. There Is also, of course, n con
siderable Improvement in tho ollleu
foicoduo to lellnlng feminine Iniliietiee,
We may he permitted to add that this
explains the high tou'e that Is observed
to characterize the Advertiser and
Arus oillccs and the deplorable condi
tion of our hated adversaries in the
east side ba&oment, who hide uround in
their shirl sleoves and biuolto strong-
plpos. Webster County Argus.
Wo wish to say right hern that if it
the "reilued" atmosphere over in the
Argus office that causes tho editor of
that paper to rear up on Ids hind legs
atid make mean little personal attacks
like this, without any provocation, we
nro iudced happy to enjoy the "deplor
able" condition to which he refers.
The editor of a newspaper has a dis
tinct mission in the community and
should be too big, broud and liberal in
his vlc.ws to resort to any such petty
tactics. A man with an "ingrowing"
disposition who has to go through this
world with a criticism always on his
lips Is rather to be pitied than censur
ed. J!ut one can never boost himsolf
by knocking the other fellow.
Mrs. Ed. Amack
I. T. Amack
Amack & Amack
: BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NKH
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Did It Ever Occur
It is real economy to have your clothes
cleaned, pressed and repaired, the "looking
over" they get is well worth the charges
for tho service.
THE HUGHES WAY
Bell 88, Ind. 193M
We call for and deliver
" i )wial
You'll enjoy the
sport of rolling
9em with P A,!
Print Albtrt it told
in toppy red bagt,
tidy red tint, hand
torn pound and hall
pound tin humldort
and In tho pound
tryttat a'ast humi
dor with tponge
fHE KIND OF STATIONERY YOU USE tells the whole
story of your business career. Write yonr letters
on Hammermill Ripple Bond, correctly printed ot the
Chief office. It creates a favorable impression.
Dr. R.V. Nicholson
$h t E. GAJUP
, PHONES! lad. 193-X Bell 48 '.
Office Tumure Bldg, formerly Occupied by
Attorney L. R.BIcliledge ,
.RED CLOUD -' NEBRASKA
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by the amount of
Insurance you carry.
Don't lull yourself Into a fancied
Because fire has never touched you
it doesn't follow that you're immune
Tomorrow -no today, if you have
time and you better find tlmo
come to the;oflloo and we'll wrlto
a policy on your house, furniture,
store or merchandise.
LATER MAY BE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
R.oileLble Iri sure, nee
September in Nebraska
The dense corn Holds, with wollfillod
ears Inclining downward, that cover
v.iht areas of Nebraska's tillable land
pivo evidence of the fertile soil, and
the favorable elhnutio conditions that
liavo prevailed this year.' As the fartiv
ers and townsfolk from all sections of
the state motor along the highways to
ward tlie capital city to attend tho
state fair and return homeward again,
they will not fail to note the volume of
production. Nebraska leads this year.
Gradually the stato has moved upwnid
among its sisters as uu agricultural
producing ground. She stands next to
IvHiisus in winter wheat production
tills year, and Kiinias has lung held
(list pi'Sllluu in tho nation. Nobras.
KaV corti cuinlition outclasses all otlit r
states this year. l-'odcrul htutwtics
show that Ni-bnihlia is uol burpass.-d
y any otlief state in llm combined
ield of agiiuiltural and liwliu-u
piudiuta. A i-il II is better fur hi-tlci
tJ tweed in tho piuductiou of a c j ii.
oii.atiuii uf many thuu to lank liiglutt
in one. Diversified production is Ni
brablcu'b groiL advantage Nebraska
t mt within tlio tueinruy of many of its
citizens living today was not reminded
as suitable for agriculture lint oven
now we have only begun Tho years
of Nebraska's greatness aro still ahead.
Woods llro's. Forebight.
Farm Bureau Notes
SEED TREATMENT FOR STINK
ING SMUT (BUNT) IN WHEAT.
Soaking Method Run tho seed thru
a good fanning mill before treatment.
This will remove manyof the shrivel
ed and light weight kernels, spore
balls, many of tho free smut 'spores,
and dirt. Make up a solution con
sisting of 1 pint Formalin to 35 gal
lons of water. Tut tho seed in loose
ly filled burlap sacks, dip into the
barrels or tanks to prevent wasting
tho solution. Waco the seed on a
clean floor or canvas, and cover with
sacks or canvas for two hours. Dry
by spreading in a thin luyer and stir
ring occasionally with a shovel. If
the seed is sown when swollen, open
the drill to offset this. Disinfect the
drill with a one to 10 solution of For
malin. It is recommended that For
malin in scaled bottles bo purchased.
Sprinkling methods This method
is not as effectivo as tho soaking
method and is not to bo recommended
when the soaking method can bo used.
Where tho wheat is only slightly af
fected and it is run thru a fanning
mill with a good air blast to rcmovo
,tho sporo balls this method may bo
successfully used. Sprinklo on tho
seed a solution of one pint of formalin
to 35 gallons of water, using about ono
gallon to the bushel, shoveling over at
the same time to mako sure of uniform
wotting. Cov"or in a pile with bags
or canVas'and'handlo as in tho soak
ing mothod. Thejiffcctlveness of this
treatment depends on tho thoro wot
ting of eacJTseod. If the seed is swol
len, open tho drill to offset this. Dis
infect the drill with a ono to X0 solu
tion of Formalin. It is recommended
that Formalin1 in scaled bottles be pur
chased. '" j ''.
' ' u HENRY R. FAUSCII
County Agricultural Agent.
FIRST tHing you do next
go get some makin's
papers and some Prince
Albert tobacco and puff away
on a home made cigarette
that will hit on all your
No use sitting-by and say
ing maybe you'll cash this
hunch tomorrow. Do it while
the going's good, for man-o-man,
you can't figure out
what you' re passing by! Such
flavor, such coolness, such
more-isk-ness well, the only
way to get the words em
phatic enough is to go to it
and know yourself!
And, besides Prince
Albert's delightful flavor,
there's its freedom from bite
and parch, which is cut out by,
our exclusive patented proc
ess! Certainly you smoke
P. A. from sun up till you
slip between the sheets with
out a comeback.
Prince Albert is the tobac
co that revolutionized pipe
smoking. If you never could
smoke a pipe forget it!
You can AND YOU WILL'
if you use Prince Albert
for packing! It's a smoke
revelation in a jimmy pipe
or a cigarette!
by K. J. Reynolds
the national joy smoke
Thirty Years Ago
From the Filea of the Red Cloud Chie!
o! September 4, 1801.
Prof. Caster has arrived in the city.
Steward Albright of Superior is in
tho metropolis this week.
.1. 1$. Utanser, of Garfield township,1
is building n new barn.
Seward (iiirbcr has bepn elected
U3 cashier of the !'. M. Hank.
John Wnrjiul: has accepted a position
in J. 0. Hutler's Harness Shop.
Frank Cowdon ran over n do last
Fiiday and niashrd one of his bi-eyele
Water Commissioner W"ard has been
greasing up tho hydrants for winter
That was a hard blow ".lcems" Mc
Neny gave tho Independent Party at
Only a few more days till tho Old
Soldier's Reunion takes place- The
Chief expects fully 40,000 people to be
The Sons of Veterans are making all
necessary arrangements to have a
grand theatrical performance. Tho
play is known as "The Tennessee
Charlie Reigle, well and favorably
known as "Reddy" the noted seout of
the wild and wooly plains of the Re
publican Valley has resigned his posi
tion as pathfinder in the grocery house
of C M. Meyers and is holding down
tho position of "baggago smasher" for
tho 13. & M.
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Niggerhead Maiiiafid .
Routt County Lump
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We sell for cash that's
why we sell cheaper.
Ordinance No. 45
Au Ordinance providing additional
penalties for the violation of Ordinanco
No. 32, and for tho removal of any
building erected in violation of the
provisions of said Ordinance.
Bo it Ordained by the Mayor and
City Council of the City of Red Cloud,
Section 1. Any lot ownor who erects
a building In violation of tho provis
ions of said Ordinanco No. 32, or per
mit the same to bo erected or remain
on said lot, shall upon conviction bo
fined in any sum not exceeding One
Hundred Dollars (1100 00) and each
day's maintenance of said building
shall constitute a dlstlnot offense.
Section 2. Tho Mayor la hereby in
structed to cause tho immediate re
moval of such building.
Adopted September 6, 1021.
Approved September 0, 1921..
MARY PETERSON, Mayor.
Attest: O.- O.'-TEEL, City CerU.
(Seal.) . , t.
The Red 8ea.
Tho Hebrews called tho Red sea
tho Yan Suph, or Bea of weeds of:
sedgo. Tho Red sea is roally red, due
to a minute bright red plant, a kind
of seaweed so small that 25,000,000
can live1 and thrive within a single
cubic Inch of water,
Saturday - Sept. 10th
"When a Man Sees Red"
The best pkfture Farnum ever
made. Not a new picture but
so good it is worth a second
30c and 15c
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