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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1921)
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rHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
UULISBED EVERY THURSDAY
Ontcrcd In tho l'oslolllco nt Hcd Cloud, Nob
an Second ClM Matter
H f?Jl- $ (T'luvrthori TJlfWC1
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yourcgg and chicken moncy-
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oetore youiicauzc n, you wm
nnnnoli 'tn huv an cciuinmcnt of
"Wear-Ever" aluminum cooking utensils.
Bright, light, silver-like "Wear-Ever" uten
sils will make you as proud of your kitchen as
you are of the other rooms in your home.
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Aluminum Cooking Utensils
cost slightly more than ordinary utensils because
they arc worth more. hpayatohuy"Wcar-Evcr"
just as it pays to buy good farming implements.
" Wear-Ever" utensils arc mode in one piece from
Ihard, thick sheet aluminum without joints or scams.
Cannot crack, flake or peel arc pure and safe
Replace utensils thai wear out
With utensils that "Wcnr-Evcr"
WA ?3 S TV
&Ki$ v y CCSA!.
A. D. MuARTHUR, Etiitor and Owner
Foreign, per column inch 15c
In buying groceries comes through
selecting the better grades from a
store you know you can depend
We pride ourselves on our sincere desire
to have in stock at all times the best
quality food stuffs at moderate prices.
Satisfaction or your money back guarantee
P. A. Wnllbrandt
Groceries and Queensware
Farm Bureau Notes
Annual mcctintr of the Webster
County Farm Bureau was held Tues
day, December 6th. Starting at 11:00
a.m. Air. Norton and Mr. Steward
discussed the Farm Bureau Federa
tion and the future of same. Follow
ing this tho directors met and re
elected the Executive Hoard, which is
as follows: John M. Ryan, president,
Alex Buschow, vice-president, Fred
Householder, secretary, C. G. l'itncy,
director,, I. W. Crowell, director and
It. W. McCallum, treasurer.
John M. Kyan, C. B. Steward and
Mrs. A. M. Arnold were elected dele
gates to o to the State Convention
January!, C uiul 0th. County Agri
cultural Agent's report was given,
followed bv V. II. Brolcaw, director
of Extension Work. Tuberculosis
Eradication waa reported by Dr. E.
I). Lciby, vcternarian in charge. Dr.
Lciby started work in Webster coun
ty in May and in the pa.st seven
months tested 28S9 head of cuttle and
found 121 re-actors. It. W. McCallum
gave the treasurers report, F. B.
Householder tlie secretary's report
and J. N. Norton, member of the Ne
braska Farm Uureau Hoard of Direc
tors and in charge of organization
work gave one of Ills splendid addresses.
The Farm Bureau officers in the
various townshons are as follows:
I'otsdam, director," Alex Huschow,
president, D. D. Vorsaw, secretary,
E. A. Blumenthal; Line, director, D.
B. Stunkard, president, C. B. Steward,
secretary, Wm. Borcn; Beaver Creek,
director. Boyd Vance, president, J. W.
Hamilton, secretary, Carl Fausch;
Walnut Creek, director, Floyd McCall,
president, J. II. Crary, secretary, Gar
ret Ohmstcdc; Glcnwood, director,
F. B. Householder, president, R. E.
James, secretary, E. J. Mattock; Ina
vale, director, C. G. I'itnoy, president,
A. L. Grossman, secretary, Paul Pit
ney; Pleasant Hill, director, J. II.
Saladcn, president Wm. Starke, sec
retary, H. Somcrholder; Calherton,
director, Evans Lovcjoy, president,
E. J. Peterson, secretary, W. E. Lain
brerht; Stillwater, director, J. II. Gils
dorf, president. Adam Albcr, secre
tary J. W. Wrmlinger; Elm Crock,
director. (!leo. Beitler, president, A.
R. McCoy, sfcrotary, A. L. Fop; Red
Cloud, director, Chas. Gurney, presi
dent, Willie Means, secretary, Frank
I.ea; Oak Creek, director, Henry San
ders, president, Joe Trine, secretary,
David McCauley; Harmony, director.
J.-C. Mav, president, Arrh'o Ray, roc
reNiry, Clin?. Krai; Pntin, dinvtrr,
I. W. Crowell, prc-idont, Alex Buck
les, secretary, C. F. Eshelman; Gar
field, director, John M. Ryan, presi
dent, S. Shipman, secretary, Frank
HENRY It. FAUSCH
County Agricultural Agent.
Hess Auditoi ium I
H h M Bill jm M la f m wflti n mm 1
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silk flag. Tickets are on sale now.
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STATE FARM BUREAU NOTES
John G. Brown, secretary of the
Indian Farm Bureau Federation is to
bo the principle speaker at the annu
al state convention of tho Nebraska
Farm Bureau Federation to be held in
Lincoln January 4, G and G. Mr.
Brown is also a member of the farm
ers live stock marketing committee
of fifteen nnd will probably be a
member of the board of directors
which will have charge of the nation
al live stock marketing organization.
As main speaker for the woman's
section of the convention Mrs. Ciias.
Schuttler of Farmington, Missouri,
lias agreed to bo on hand. Mrs.
Schuttler is president of the woman's
committee of the American Farm
Bureau Federation. Tho voting dele
gates at the stale convention will bo
limited to two from each county Farm
Bureau, one man and one woman.
Recent newspaper dispatches from
Washington to a Nebraska daily
newspaper quotes Eugene Meyer Jr.,
of tho war finance corporation as say
ing that tho Nebraska farmers them
selves are to blame, 'if they have not
received their production of war fi
nance money. "Somebody has been
badlv misinformed," says If. D. Lute,
secretary of the Nebraska Farm Bur
eau Federation,1 "when this statement
wr. culled to his attention. When the
war finance corporation was re ur
rcctrd Nebraska farmers by the hun
dreds with ample security went to
their banks only to find that there
was quantities of red tape and slate
limitations that prevented their get
ting loans in proportion to surround
ing states." "This," ho says, "was no-
i body's fault in particular, unless cer
tain bankers might have wanted to
discourage the influx of cheaper
money, and most of the trouble is
being ironed out, but so far as tho
Nebraska farmer being to blame cith
er from lack of desire or lack of
ample security it is all a mistake."
Mr. Lute later communicated with
members of the war finance commit
tee nnd found that their ideas coincid
ed with his own.
The endorsement of the St. Lawrence-Great
Lakes waterway "project
by the national convention of Ameri
can Farm Bureau Federation last
week at Atlanta, Georgia, is largely
duY to the efforts of tho middle wes
tern delegates headed' by II. D. Lute,
O.Tel nvv 01 tno iseovasKii rann iui
eau Federation who represented this
state. Naturally this project which
won''' brirg ocean going vessrls into
the Chicago port is going to he the
greatest benefit to the shippers cast
oT t''r Rorkv mountrins and around
n-,d west of Chicago. In the origin
al draft of the resolution presented
to the convention a moio endorsement
of "inland waterways" was as far as
the subject was, handled and it was
onlv after a figh't on the floor bv the
middle western men that the Great
Lakes project was finally specifically
brought to tho fore.
Annual meetings of county Farm
Bureaus throughout tho state are bc
Jntr Tiolrf ihirine tho first two weeks
of this month for the purpose of elect
ing tho county boards and also for
tho election of delegates to the state
convention to be held at Lincoln
January 4-Fi-G. In nearly every in
stance the county conventions have
been attended by enthusiastic audi
ences, but, according to a representa
tive of state headquarters who has
nt tor ded several of these meetings.
the outstanding feature is that tho.-e
attending tho meetings have definite
plans in mind and arc putting their
shoulders to tho wheel for definite
Uiivnnena. "Til fir attitude." he SUVS,
"is not ono that registers tho infer
ence that they know Rome things are
wmiw but tbov don't know what to
do, but on tho other hand their ap-
iinnvnncA .i that of 111011 who kllOW
what is wrong and u!o what they
have in mind to remedy the evil. It
is the case now of the farmer know
ing what ho is talking about."
in Passenger Fates
Account the holiday season, the Bur
lington Route will sell excursion
tickets at one and one-half of the
one-way fare for the round trip--minimum
excursion fare $2.50; dates
of sale Dec. 22, 23 and 24-final re
turn limit Jan. 4th.
Consult the Undersigned for Details
Avoid possible Inconvenience of dlsaplioint-ment-let
me make your reservations now.
N. Ba BUSH
"Make This Your Christmas Plan Ship as Early at 1 Can."
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i Ave You Buying Dependable
That is The Kind We Sell
i Malone - Gellatly Co.
Mrs. Ed. Amack I. T. Amack
Amack & Amaci
ji BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB I;
;' I. T. AMACK-PHONE IND. 76M
Come to our special sale of dolls at prices
that will surprise you. Beautiful Parsian
St l ivf 1Vr-ir. . 1 L
ivory goous, manicuies, miiuaiy uiumic&,
Books, fine Stationery, Box Candies, and
many other articles. Glad to show you.
CHAS. L. COTTING
g THE DRUGGIST
Will Furflish That Irresistible. Snappy
Syncopated Music. You Simply
Can't Make Your Feet Behave
Dr.R. V. MgBi!sb
OVICIt STATE BANK
YOU WANT TO REINSTATE
IN WAH KISK INSURANCE?
Any soldier, snilor or marine who
hun War Risk Insurance nnd let it
lr.ire, except those receiving compen
sation for a total permanent disabil
ity, CAN REINSTATE. You have
till December 31, 1921 U do this.
ATTEND TO IT AT ONCE, as it is
your last opportunity. For particu
lars write to U. S. Veterans Bureau,
Lutheran Church Notes
ReKulur services aro liolil overy first
mid third Sunday In the mouth In tho
Ailveutlst church, Corner of 3rd Ave
ami Walnut Kt
I'fCHi'liInt; at 11 a. in.
'J'Viu public In gonei'Rl is cordially in
vited ' '
O. It. llEJ.VIT2',Ptt6tOrJ
Starke's Holstein Cattle
Make Another Record
Records comii thick and fast on the
Stnrkc Farm. This woelc ouo cow,
owned by Stnrko Brothers of Red
Cloud, Nflbr.. is listed with cieditablc
r.nnr,) In the latest OtllClal IJUllCtin
from tho ofllce of Malcolm II. Gardner.
Dolavan, Wisconsin, Superintendent or
Advanced Registry or tho Holstein.
Frieslan Association of America.
This cow, Plctcrtje Homestead Orms
by 2d, at the afje of flvo years and two
months, produced C20.0 lbs. or milk
and 24.021 lbs of butter fat, In seven
days, equivalent to 110 lbs of button
The Champion Holstein for Nebras
ka in tho Full Aced Class for seven
lnv uroduetlon Is Nlva Kalmuck,
whoso record of OH 9 lbs. of milk nnd
DC. Ml lbs of butter fat, equivalent to
15.1 lbs, or butter, snrpa'-iii'S all others,
tiecordlntj to tho recoids of tho Ilol-
t.tein-Fi'le'l!in Association of America.
Tills i-oi't i '1'iotlo" was mail" it
tho 15 1. ii' ' r,n' wmalia, Nebr
The MlBcouri Plul3opher.
i optimist can nlvay eo tho
bright aldo of tho olher-, fellow's mis
fortune. Jameson Gem.
Routt County Lump
We sell for cash that's
why we sell cheaper.
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Have vow envelopes and
heads printed on HAMMERMELL
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