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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1922)
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In buying groceries comes through
selecting the better grades jfrom 'a
store you know you Van 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. Wullbrandt
Groceries and Queensvvare
We believe that it pays to give our
customers service and satisfaction;
that is why we want to sell you a
Lots of your neighbors are using De Lavals.
Have you ever asked any of therh how they like their J
machines? - H")'
Their judgment and experience ought to interest you. "
"Why not make a few inquiries? 4&fQ
You'll find that in every case the Dc Laval is giving
more cream and better cream; that it is easiest to.
operate; very seldom gets out of order and never seems
to wear out,
Your neighbors will back up
what we have been telling you
about the Dc Laval.
So will any of the 2,125,000
' Dc Laval users.
THc it oyer witli your
Wo will aell rcu a NEW De Ural
on cuy term). Como In, examine
lh maclilno anil talk (t oyer.
Bred Sow Sale
Saturday, March 4th
At 1:30 V. M.
Auditorium Sale Barn
RHP CLOUD, NEBR.
SECOND ANNUAL BRED SOW'SALE
40 head from the herds of C. W. Johnston, Guide
Rock; Emil Blumenthal, Blue Hill; C. II. Steward,
Guide Rock; J. T. McMahon, Blue Hill; Sam Johns
ton, Imwale; II. W. Lamhrecht, lnavale.
THIS OFFERING is Choice Individuals, Popular Breeding, Bred
to the noted herd boars of ihc breed. The breeder of Duroc
Hogs will find these sows &ood enough to add to his herd, and faimcts
should remember that wc arc bidding for his trade at his prices. Entire
offering immune. Catalogues now ready.
HENRY R. FAUSCH, Mgr.
Col's. J. H. Ellirger and Doyle Brothers, Aucts.
ME RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud. Nebraska).
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In tho I'oMofllct) nt Hcd Cloud, Nob
an Second Class Mnttcr'
A. U. McAKTHUil, Editor and Ownor
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
Local. ' " " 10 & 2
Farm Bureau Notes
POLAND CHINA SALE
WAS IHG SUCCESS
l'olaml China Snlc
The bred mw sale hold Saturday
was a good Bale. Tho consignors
were well pleased. The 39 bred sows
averaged ? 10.00. Tho top of rale
was $51.00. From the buyer's stand
there were some good bargains. It
was the best offering ever ut
through the sale ring in u consign
Wilmot & Sons Spotted Poland
China sale will bo held Saturday,
Tuberculosis Eradication work in
Webster county will, according to new
rulings, bo confined to one township
until that township is all tested. Dr.
Ixjiby in charge of the work, is now
working in Glcnwood Township and in
a short time have every hrrd in that
township tested. He will then go into
the township Unit has the most ap
plications signed. Farmers get busy
and get your neighbors interested and
in that way clean up your township.
Tho Human Toll of Tuberculosis
Insurance tables of death published
in the Sunday State Journal of Jan
uary 22nd charged the white plague
with 20.C per cent of all deaths of
persons 15 years and over. This per
cent is nearly twice as grcnt as that
charged against any other disease. In
fact there were five other diseases
charged with causing deaths of G.2
to 12 per cent of tho people that weio
closest ones to tuberculosis. After
considering such a toll our state and
federal government coroperating with
th Webster County Farm Bureau is
putting much effort and money into
eliminating tho cause of so much
of this infection by testing cattle, tho
greatest distributors of tuberculosis.
HENRY R. FAUSCH
County Agrciultural Agent.
COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES
(Hy County Superintendent)
The next teacher's examination will
be April 15, 1922. There will be tlircn
two-day examinations Mn'y 2G-27,
Juno 30-J.uly 1,'and August i-5. This
is all of the examinations there will
be this year for the teachers.
Teachers having sreond grade
certificates that will need renewing
should see to it that they have tho 10
quirements for renewal before it is too
late to meet them. The second grade
certificate to be renewed must have
an average of eighty five instead of
eighty, with no grade below seventy
five, also there must bo six college
hours credit. This will require your
going to summer school unless you
have bctm taking study center work.
The seventh grade examinations
will bo given in the different high
schools April 6-7 and May 4-5.
In rahnrnt denoting poverty, the
Fifshmnii class attended their annirnl
uiHsspmiy, kIvuii in tho High Suhoul
Kvuiiiiujiiiiii, last Friday evening. At
thU "limd times" party could bo soen
hubiifH, fitimcrH, yypsies, oiooks, Itnl
m in, (luilfs, furmoiiitu s anil one iiiem
br mmnented in feminine lUtitc fur-iii-hftl
Mimiseiiient wlieiuvcr fi vcntt
S mo of the U-ucIilms wciosn tlioiouyli
ly tli-KiHM-tl i hut Ihi'ir Identity was
not rtiMj'osi'd until near the conclusion
Of lilt) pin tv.
Tor MinuvriuiMiis the Humes of mlvor
tlMMiii'iits plnoul over thu walls of tlio
CMIIIUIStlllll Mrl'Hed. m,u-v Helph
w in thu piizi, it iliijj Winds portnin
UK to UtiMiiiiiMim, IniviiiK tho letteis
!lsiiriHiijflil, weiOM't liijlit or put in
I'lopci toim, nlVoidliig uveal uimi'C
in nl for tlioso picsent, Pnpots woio
(1 siribitcd with tho clashes of muikr
a iiingcil tlietcon, anil u iiuiiiu of ft
s ng jihui. tho sumo to be listed under
tho ooinet clubu and this song alio
Bimg by the pumou di awing the pupor.
'I he 11 n nl nut of the evening wus for
thusio "poor i fo I It b" to miiho realistic
tho forming of "u bread lino" ami
muroh into (tho nnihlo room, which
they found decorated with rfld hutohetB
and red , and white cnrnatlous. Tho
tables wi-re in ted find white, and lco
oiHiun, uiikcnml cocoa woro sorved by
four K'lN fiom the 7th and 8th gnu!e
Lincoln, Ncbr, Feb. 23 At h moot
ing of tbo directors of tho National
Live Stock Producers' Association,
held recently in Chicago, this nation
wide farmers' co-operative live stock
inarhcting concern fostered by the
American Farm ltiircim Federation
made plans to Immediately open ex
changes lit Chicago, ludlaunpollf',
Clevotnnd, Buffalo and Pittsburg, no
cording to wotd received by tho Ne
biaskn Farm Uureau Federation
Farmer controlled coiiiinlsslon bous
es are uli'eudy opciiitliigumlor the plan
at East St. Loirs and St. Paul and iir
rHiigcmciits are under way to co-operate
with tho farmers' uo operative cum
mlbsiou bouses now running at Sioux
City, Omaha and St. Joo.
Tho East St. Louis houso which open
cd for business a few months ago now
sttinds In second place In the amount
of business handled among the fifty
commission houses on that marltot, ac
cording '.to the farm bureau peopto
which thoy Miy, Is fairly representative
of what may bo expected in other
markets ojice tho co-operative commis
sion houses get into-opeintlon.
Tho houses at St. Paul which opened
on August 8, 1921 bus done even better
than thu St Louis homo, for It Is the
largest couunUsIon house on the mar
ket and Is actually handling twenty
live percent of all the live stock com
ing to that market. It cut coiinnis--Ions
twenty-live percent when It open
ed business, and recontly paid back to
its shippers auothur twenty.live pel
cent of their comml'-slons in tho torm
of a patronage dividend, or a total of
This Is just cutting the selling ex
reuse charged by old litlu companies
squnrely in two, tho faun bureau says,
and justifies tho prediction mnde when
the farmers live stock committee of
fifteen declared In Its report that old
lino companies were exacting more
than double the amount of commission
neccss'tuy to 'make them a handsome
"Vitb the successful launching on
the various markets of the national
livo stock pioducers association, in
which the Nebrasku farm bureau play
ed a large part and with Nebraska
standing .second in oiganizutlon woik
of the U. S. Urain Grower", tho farm
bureau's first lurgc co-operative mar
keting plan, naturally tho Nebiaska
Farm H ireuu federation feels pioud of
the part It has taken in these two
lnrge.co-operative enterprists," said II,
D. Lute, sccretury of the Nebraska
Tlie Price of Liberty."
The quotation. "Eternal ilgllancc Is
the pi Ice of liberty," Is from a speech
deli voted by John Phllpot Curran In
Not .counting debate In congiess
Ainei leans used HlO.bSS.iWO.OOO euhli
foci of nitlflehil gits Inst year.
This, N an achievement, comparing It
with a generation ago when uiothei
lint! to wash the Miiokcd chimneys of
the kerosene oil lumps and trim theli
In about one more generation the
only heating and lighting will he by
cleetilclty. A copper mine Is a good
legacy for giandchlldren.
The Flapper Dollar.
Already the critics call them hy
pers, If you like are knocking our new
sliver -coin. Onu writer calls It the
"llapper ilollur" and says the open
lipped girl thereupon looks ns though
she might bo saying "Line's blzzy!"
or "Say, Ussenl" Just that sert of
girl, you know. It the comment were
not so obvious we would say 'some
thing about money talking but we re
frain. Iioston I'rui.scrlpt,
THE HUGHES WAY
WE CLEAN HATS
Is The. Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints-,
And Electrical Supplies.
Tho Inst place for Picture
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it doesn't follow that j nu're Immune
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The Red Cloud Chief
Mrs. Ed. Amack
I. T. Amack
Amack & Amack
$. BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB
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We sell for cash that's J
why we sell cheaper. jfi
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