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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1921)
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iij T&m With Your
Eq & and Chicken Monev I
Set aside your egg and chicken money and,' -almost
before you i realize it, you will have'
enough to buy an equipment of beautiful
" Wear-Ever" aluminum cooking utensils.
Bright, light, silver-like "Wear-Ever"-utensils
will make you as proud of your kitchen as
you are of theother rooms in your home.
Aluminum Cooking Utensils
cost slightly more than ordinary utensils because
theyarc worth more. Itpaystobuy"Wear-Zii;er"
just as it pays to buy good farming implements.
" 1YcarEver" utensils nrc made in one piece from
hard, thick sheet aluminum without joints or seams.
Cannot crack, fluke or peel are pure and safe.
Replace utensils that wear out
'with utensils that "Wear-Ever"
Wc do building from the excavating to the painting
complete. We will figure your jobs to furnish all mater
ials, or otherwise, to suit our customers. We do FRAME
BRICK and STUCCO work. Lot us show you the dif fer
enco between good and inferior stucco.
We build screen doors and window screens and do
carpenter work of all kinds. Let us have your order for
screen do' ? and window screens now.
Shop first door north of Holland Hotel. Res. phonr 72N
Given by Red Cloud Post 238,
Will Furnish That Irresistible, Snappy
Syncopated Music. You Simply
Can't Make-Your Feet Behave
lHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
'UliLISDBD EVERY THURSDAY
ntcrcti In Hie 1'oRtnItUr nt lltd Cloud, N'ob
as Hecoiul 01 am Matter
,. H MoAIl'fllUU, Editor nnd Ownoc
Forcliln, por column Inch 15c
Local. 10 & 2)i
Farm Bureau Notes
The Annual meeting will be held
Tuesday, December G, 19?l in the
court-room of the court house.
10:00 p. m. "resident's Remarks,"
John-. Mi Ryan, "Annual RcportV of
Agricultural Agehf'IIonry It. Faiiach,
"Extension Work," W. H. Brokaw of
Linclon, Secretary's rciort by Fred
Householder, Treasurer's report by R.
W. McCallum and Nebraska Yarm
Bureau Federation by J. N. Norton
H. C. FILLEY'S DATES
We are very fortunate in securing
Mr. Fillcy for three days. Mr. Fil-
ley is head of tho Rural Economics
Department of tho University of Ne
braska. Plan to hear Mr. Fillcy.
Wednesday night, December 7th at
8 p. m. School District No. HG in Ciar-
Thursday, December 8th, at 1) a. m.
Red Cloud High School, at 1 p. m.,
liluc Hill High School and at 8 p. m.
Highland School District No. '10.
Friday, December 9th, at 1 p. in.
Guide Rock High School, at li p. m.
Eckley consolidated School and at 8
p. m. District No. 11 in Inavalo
HENRY' R. FAUSCH
County Agricultural Agent.
Made Big Gain Last Month
A second recoul in a month's time in
the meinhotsiiip campaign of the U S.
Grain (Iroweis, Im; , was established
during the past week when fiUG gro.ver
oontt acts were sinned, surpassing the
murk of nO." made three weeks ago
This brings tho Nebraska total to 4.8S1
ami phices tin htuto second to Illinois
among tho states carrying on organ!?, t
A. .1. Weaver of Tails City, president
or tin late slate constl! utioiial convent
ioa and an cxtousivo Ian I owner in
Kicliiinlson county, signed n urowoi
contract with th U. S. drain (irowms
dining tins past week with the state
in-lit iliut it is "the on I thing lot
f n ii ers i do''.
Oicuola font nines in the liad Hiiionu
Xtftiraslm shipping points with .",0
timer contracts. C. D Jenkins of
M tills n, star solicitor, secured 71 con
tracts dm lug the week, iniiiiilainiiiL.'
tu-. e -eilenl lecoul of tho jircusliiiir
s . d.iy peiiod when ho obtained (S
0 intiiiot in Siuindets county in four
liijs lime, a national record.
An olllcitil count just completed lij
s ato leadi-rs shows that 115,(173, 200
mislifls are rcpies.Mitcil i'l the Hist
1 SUU giowcr cotitt acts signed Rupoils
i idicato that more in llvidtial contracts
h ivj been signed this uioutli than for
my corresponding period since tli
ounpaigi was inauKOtated and tin
bu-liolago Is mounting rapidly. State
leaders intimated that tho 11,000 bush
el figure would bo reached by tho end
of tint week.
With annual meeting-i belngschi'dul.
ed by numerous cooperative elevators
in the state, calls have been received
for speakers to explain tho plan of the
U. S. Grain Growers This has losult
ed in a stimulated elevator campaign
and In ought this total to the 100 mark.
The ofllelal capacity of the llrst 185
strictly cooporutlvo elevators to acuept
eontractiiral relationship with the
farmers1 ooinpany is .'1,078,000 bushels
with the aggregate number handling
close to forty million bushels annually.
STATE FARM BUREAU NOTES
Hi D. Lute, secretary of the Ne
braska Farm Bureau Federation,
represented the state organization at
the national Farm Bureau Conven
tion hold at Atlanta, Ga., last week.
Mr. Lute in keeping with the proce
dure of the convention submitted a
detailed report of Nebraska Farm
Bureau activities. In concluding his
report Mr. Lute added a word pic
ture of the Nebraska farmer at the
present time as follows: "The Ne
braska farmer is down but not out;
ho is slightly disfiguied but still in
the ring; he is hard hit hut not licked
for ho knows that the basis industry
is fundamentally sound and hope
springs eternal in hi heart. Tho
thinking Nebraska farmer is going
to stick to the Farm Bureau for he
sees in it the rainbow of promise.
He believes 'that this is the organiza
tion that will help to secure f6r agri
culture the recognition to which it is
Senator George W. Norris, and Con
gressmen M. O. McLaughlin and A.
W. Jeffcrys at the request "of the
Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation
have taken up with the first assistant
postmaster general at Washington
the proposition of delivering mail at
third and fourth class post offices on
Sunday to rural patons. They find
that this service was discontinued in
order to give the rural carriers an
entire day off on Sunday, and as
they do not go to the post office on
Sunday there is at present no one to
distribute mail so that it can be hand
ed to the various patrons. They have
been assured, however, by the post
office department, that while it is
not likely that rural carriers will be
compelled to do this work on Sunday
that an attempt will be made to have
the distribution made in some other
The executive committee of the Ne
braska Farm Bureau Federation will
hold a December meeting at Lincoln
on December 5, instead of on tho re
gular meeting date. Tho change is
due to the fact that several mem
bers of the board have county meet
ings planned fo'r the regular date.
Regict was expressed at state
headquarters of the Nebraska Farm
Bureau Federation that the reduc
tion in freight rates promised for
November 20, is to lie delayed until
December 27. The American Farm
Bureau Federation joined with the
railway .commissioners of several
middle western states In presenting
th- facts to the intcrstato commerce
ir-mmivdon which lesultcd in the
promised reduction. It is known
that many farmers throughout the
slate h.Tve ben holding corn, wheat
and hay for shipment until the new i
rtittM bo'onie effective. It -cm that I
the interstate commerce rummi -ion i
did not make its order mandatory,
but said that if the reduction was
not made by November 20 then the
reduction wou'd be ordered. The
railroads countered with the pioposi
tion that all rates be reduced through
out the country ten per cent insce id
of muking the greater i eduction in the
grain growing .states only. This de
claration on the part of the railroads
has been followed by an order of the
commission making the reduction ap
oly to fann products in keeping with
lie Washington hearing to be ef
lcctive December 27.
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mi wcaimg uun;b in men biuctt-iiis ui
let them romp. But put stockings
play. Romping play is good for them
on them that are "wear insured". Put
them in $$
Armor Plate ;
which is made of the best and strongest yarns
obtainable knit to shape and size exactly and
dyed with Harms-Not Dyc(whichabsolutelydoes
not rot, burn or weaken the yarn).
You'll buy Armor Plate stocking! again and again because
in service they keep tlieirshapc and color, fit snug and "neap
like armor plate". And they're "perfect In weave, wear
and wash." '
Take home a pair or two of these excellent hose today.
Are You Buying Dependable
That is The Kind We Sell
I Malone - Qellatly Co.
Ji your printed matter comes from
the 'Chief you know it is 'right'
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
THE HUGHES WAY!
WE CLEAN HATS
The Margin of Safety
Is teprosentod by tlio amount of
iiifiiirancu yon carry
Don't lull j onroelf into a fancied
Llecutiso lire linn never touched yon
it dooHn't follow tlmt jnirioiiimuino
Tomorrow -no today, if you Imve
time and you better Hud lime--fidine
to tlio nlllce itml we'll wrile
u policy on your Iiiiiish. furniture,
htoio or niorcliandihf.
-LA IKK MA 111: TOO l.Vl'K-
Forming Good Reading Habits
If parentB wish their children to form
Kood reading habits they mnRt first
fimii Minli I till in I lini.ii n1. a. A .... .1
jiuiui rum uiiuiin iiiuuiauivuu, ivuu
theie is no belter way to do this than
to bring Into Hit household u period.
icl tlmt will bo of interest to overy
member of il; that will aupply the best
rending for old and ynuug. Among the
puiiodiculs of this description Tho
Youth'h Compiulou Is unique.. Not
only does it aim to entertain and in.
foi in boys mid girls in tholr toens, at
its name i slights, but there is not a
p.iHo in it that patents can pass over
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The univial meeting of the Nebras
ka Farm Bureau Federation will be
held at Lmc?ln January !, f and G.
Ad county iarm Bureaus are entitled
to one man and one woman delegate.
Many of tl-e county Farm Bureaus
elected their delegates at their Octo
ber meetings, though the great ma
jority of them will be selected at the
December meetings of the county or
ranrat'crs. Burlington Buys Equipment
In Htitiolpatlon'of, nnd proparntory
for, tho movement of the tremendous
vacation, convention and regular traf.
fie which will move next year, thi Bur
lington Route is placing contracts for
127 pn6senger cars.
Included in the order are 12 dining
ears, 5 chair ear, M coaches, 12 bag
gago, ii'i mail and ',':.' miscellaneous cars.
All of these cars will bo of nmssive
bleel construction and embody all of
the latest-appioved devit'os and com
forts known to the modern car build
er. Placed end to ond, this equipment
would tuiiko h I rain almost a mile and
What of Your Occupation?
Kvery oecupnfn lifts Itself with
the 'onliii'glng Hf' of her Iio prac
tices It. Tho. occupation that will not
do that no ono really litis a right to oc
cupy herself about.- Phillips Brooks,
Mrs. Ed. Amack I. T. Amack j;
Amack & Amack jj
RED CLOUD, NEB
I. T. AMACK-PHONE IND. 76M
FALL STOCK NOW HERE
My Fall and Winter stock of PLUSH and FUR ROBES
have arrived, and include some handsome patterns.
Also am still doing expert auto top and harness repairing.
I A Dlfl EH Red Cloud
Ii Vi DU1LLK
N V, Phillip-, was down fiom Wrank"
' lilt Wednesday.
as: Mr sr
DVHU h'lATK BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
Routt County Lump
We sell for cash that's
why we sell cheaper.
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