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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1922)
NEBRASKA. CHIEF . .
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Y.u can't oof the youngsters.
Vihey can always icll the t!lf-
ihrenca between KELLOGG'S
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snap up fussy appetites
No coaxing needed to tempt family folks and visitor
folks to cat a-plcnty not when there's a big pitcher of
milk or cream and lots of Kcllogg's Corn Flakes and,
maybe some fruit ready to tickle fickle palates!
Kcllogg's arc unlike any corn flakes you ever ate!
They're the original kind they ought to bcbcst! No
other corn flakes arc so deliriously flavored ; no other corn
flakes retain such wondcr-crispness till eaten! And
Kcllogg's arc never leathery or tough or hard to cat!
Kcllogg's arc always a delight to servo
and a treat to eat at any meal ! In fact,
you'll never know how good corn flakes
can be until you lyov KELLOGG'S!
Do more than ask for corn flakes say
KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES! The
kind in the RED and GREEN package!
nm RED CLOUD cHIFJfaeCI,oiceofF!;ien1(1 ,.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
'VQI'IBHJ'D KVl-lrt THURSDAY
Interld In the t'ofctciflW-c nt Hid ( lour!, Neb
as Second Class Mattor
A. U. MoAItTHUit, Editor and Owner
Foreign, por column Inch 15c
Local, 10 & 12M
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
$55 I '''-.mnortllAKt8 II MM
Alio makcrj of KELLOGG'S (CRUMBLES and KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooked and krumlled
i n o I
i state i
(Krldiiy, November '-.:, 18'.j2 )
MihH T. I). Yei&er mid Janios are
vlalting in Oiniilm this week.
Tlio Indies' bund received mi invl.
tation to attend a pmty at tlio teal
donco of Mr. John Wllbon lust Friday
ovunlng, "t which place they made
their Hist, public appearance with ex
cellent s cues i
O. 0. Hull was in Lincoln this week
duo. .) Warren was In Lincoln this
II S. .Miut-li was lu the capitol city
Alva S.'llurs is working In the Demo,
Mrs. S. Heclcwith locolved a telegram
this week that her slstor living in Mich
igan hud died suddenly.
The Hon. D. II. Kaley of Ogden,
Uttli, Is in the city, the guest of his
J. S. -lilliani, aAi of Red Cloud's
bright loal limbs was in the Hill Mon
de.) on business relating to his vocation.-
Uluc Hill Leader.
Vmir I'ainllv is o:th the bust j in
eaiiidvcit. You dcsiie for their en
joymeiit the best house, the best food,
tlio best clothes that you can n fiord.
Ami you nrc very careful that they
cultivate the rlht kind of frlotidf.
Hut are you just as careful about
choosing the right kind of reading'.
You should bo, for tending hue a mark
ed Influence upon character, especially
the reading that comes under the eyes
of tlio young and Impressionable, If
you choso The Youth's Companion you
are giving jour family an acquaintance
with ttit! best, theto is in periodical lit
culture. Il'joti see The Companion In
a house you may be suro it is a safe
family to tie up to u family worth
knowing. Tiy It. for a year and see
The fi2 Issues of lir.'.l will be crowded
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now and receive:
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TII12 YOUTH'S COMPANION',
Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St..
WILL HAVE UIEIlt CHILDREN'S EYES EXAMINED AND TESTED
BEFORE SCHOOL Hi: ;INS. BY SO DOING THEY KNOW THE
CHILDREN BEGIN THE SCHOOL YEAR PROPERLY PREPARED TO
MAKE THE BEST USE OF THEIR SCHOOL HOURS. BRING THE
r.Hil.nuRM IN BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS. WE MAKE NO
CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION AND
FITJNO GLASSES UNLESS
FOUNTAIN PENS WITH CLIP 1.50
- BLOTTERS-FREE ASK FOR THEM
"RITE-RITE" MECHANICAL PENCILS 10c
LEADS FOR AUTOP01NT, EVERSHARP AND OTHER PENCILS
10c PER DOZEN
Pocket Ben Watches $1.50
Glo Ben Watches '$2.50
Alarm Clocks $1.25 to $4.75
Have an extra large stock of this ware which
is a necessity in your Kitchen.
Prise $1 Each While They
Ti H Til ni . T 1 W
DCii rutine jW -:- inn.
A I SCHOOL DAqs
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(Items of Twenty Years Ao.)
Iaaac Meyers and family departed
Tuehday morning for Centerville. Ohio
where they expeet to reside during the
next j ear.
At the last regular meeting of the I.
O. O. F. lodo ot this city, held Friday
evening last, the following otlleets
ven elected for the 'ensuing term:
l' V. Cowden, N. G ; .lolin Kellogg, V
II ; O. C Teel, seeretaiy; O. V. Dow,
,li Hiiukcr, the jiosltnastt'r, has
received wind from Mr Ormsby, the
r-nl Ion. nil who laid out the luinU mail
uiitf-, iron this city, Unit he h,nl
I'li'un.iiieiuied the estulili-hment of ilie
voire and that the muiter whh now in
the lumlb of the po.ial d iMi'ttuent iv
iiimi'. .lust wlun the sirviue on the
routes will begin is a matter ot con
j itiue, us thoiv is no teHing wht-o the
Ltejiarttuent will get to It.
Editor Tail mid wife, of tlio Argus
.no iv joking over the anival of a buoy
giri at their home
Attorneys A. M. Walters and A. D
Iti unoy, of Blue Hill, weio in t iu ,olty
this week iu tlio interest of their
Wm. Itathjen of McCook was visiting
frieuds and relatives hero last week.
The groit ami bnly Thomas JelYersou
Ward arrUod in the city the close of
last week for a shoit visit at home.
Oscar Tool went to Indianola Mon
day to attend thofunoral cf his niece,
a daughter of C. A Teol, formerly of
L'Iihh Kaley expects to receive tod'ij
from tlio statu llsh hatchery at South
Bend, obr.iHl.a, the Hist installment
or Uili with which to Stock his pom),
ii -.lit my of liUck oass croppy, perch
.in i Mt 11 h. TIium' fish are till of yoi!
i. . and even now are large vituugli to
e.u. T. J. O'lirion superintendent ol
t!ie state lKli hatchery will accompany
the Il9h to tills city and superintend
the placing of them
The statu department of public
works has compiled data concerning
automobile accidents in NebiasUa.
Since .Unuaiy 1, lUji-, there have been
100 accident en state roads Of these,
;J0 were collisions of autos, '28
were autos coinir into the ditch.
Twoi.ty peophi were killed and I5C
wine injured. Iu 12 cases accidents
ocennod on straight roads.
Reading the facts which have been
gatheied regarding the circumstances
of these accidents one cannot mUs the
cnicluglon thftt In every cuie careless-iteft-i
and apAt.l wore tlio larjrtst con-trlbutingcases-if
not the only onas.
The worn plea: "I was doing only 15
miles" does not repair tha damage,
aud further moio, does not deceive
anyone, At a reasonable rate of speed
& oat can be stoppod quickly enough
to avoid almost any collision.
Til ore aro sou plusts of tlio trafllc
problem vfliloh can bo regulated by
law, Out carolebsnoss, disregard for
others' rights, and fool-hardiness can
be dealt with best by education. We
stand for a campaign for sanity in the
ute of Nebraska nutos,
Use the Wheat Straw
Do Not Burn It
The Southwest bums, or allows to
go to wate, in the neighborhood of
SiO,CU0.00UU0 worth of sttaw every
year; basing its value on the fertiliz
ing elements only, and to say nothing
of the enormous amount of vegetable
Since nearly one third of the virginal
fertility of the soil in this region has
already been lost and since it has been
declining at a ratohoinowhat in excess
of one-half per cent a year, no one in
forested in the future welfare of
thN territory can view such uniiccess
a ry lisies without concern. The ilgures
of conr-e are not strictly accurate. Ac
cuiatc Ilgures cannot be obtained; but
if anyone doubts that the fcitility bf
the South west is being lot, at a lapid
tate, lie nas only to go into the wheat
belt about the time the wheat is joint
lug, or in 'ho boot, unci compare the
average field with one that has been
just recently broken from the, sod. or
Kvitti the wheat nloiii! a recent i brcl.-
en out fence row. The most casual ol -Mel
vi r will not fall to note tlio boitei
iH'o.mIi. tlie greener, healthier coloi
aud Liter the ncttcr yieltbiiml ijualiU
uf the wheat from the notwir l.unl.
Restoring the straw will not entirf
ly solve the piohlein, but it will remove
one of the impoj taut leaks that have
heen ivsponsitile for the losses of fer.
tility aud humus. Hut it is uoiihcr hii
easy nor a stmplo matter -o restore the
stiaw and, at the same time, secure
enough better wheat to pay for the
extra labor. The straw may even re
sult in lower yields, if not judiciously
appl'cd. Where combine harvester
tl rjshors are used this problem is an
tomatioly solved iu perhaps' the bot
Noc'oibttlo best practice, where a
considerable qi onllty of straw is to t e
disposed of, is to me as much as pos
sible for feed and bedding and see to
it that all the manure is app led to the
land. Probably the second best meth
od Is to apply it as a thin top dioising
immediately after harvest ami before
plowing lu dry climates this maj
ii'-t be udviitl Ic ausc ol leaving j
the ground loo lo se, but it is a ..ti-.
factory iiieilu ii where the sumiuer rain
fail is adequate and theie is smlicietit
help to kcL it onto the laud early
Another and probably the most gen
erally practical way is to apply the
straw as a top dressing in the wintor.
It may be applied in this way to land
intended for spring crops, or as a top
dressing on growing wheat. Iu either
case the application should be a light
one; 1 to 1 fi tons per acre. Straw ap
plied in this way groatly retards soil
HIS OFFICE, as usual, is in a position to handle
your Christmas gift card business that has here-to-
fore gone to the cities. Our stock of cards have
just arrived and we will be pleased to show you
the beautiful assortment of engraved, embossed, hand
tinted cards from some of the best gift card manufac
turers in the world.
The Successful Business Man
in recent years, never fails to remember his patrons at
Christmas time with an appropriate card. People have
become to expect it; and it is a very inexpensive way
to extend the season':; greetings, proving to the cus
tomer that his business dealings v.ith you have been
appreciated, and causing him to remember you when he
needs anytl.inr in the line you carry.
Call at our office aud let us talk it over.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF '
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bell 174.
Residence, Bell 241
Mrs. Ed Amack
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD. NEB
I. T. AMACK -PHONE IND. 32M
Get Your Harness
Fixed up and oiled before sping-then you won't have to stop
and fix them. Bring them in and have ihcm fixed and oiled
now, Prices are right and will do you a good job.
LEE R. WALKER
Harness ana Saddlery
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank the many friends
and iijlghbors for their asslbtanco and
also tlio beautiful flowers, during our
Mr. aud Mia. Harold Gilbort.
blowing and decreases wluterlslllirg,
if tho winter be a severe one. If up
plied too heavily, however, it will re
tard the growth of the wheat In the
spring aud result in decreased yields.
In Kansn-t, it has been estimated
that the wheat straw stacks that
are scattered and allowed to stand
from year to yoar on wheat farms cov
er fully two acres, ou an average, on
ench farm. This acreage coverad with
straw stack represents loit use of
thousands ot acres of good wheat land,
but it does uot, equal the loss in fer
ftlllty represented if the stacks are
burned. As far as possible, wheat
straw should be stacked in corrals or
feed lots, where tho feeding and tramp
ing ot the livestock will assist in the
rotting. Straw that cannot be spread
over the fields at once or cannot be
handled iu connection with feeding
should be stacked ou waste land and
iu places whore it cun remain uutil
rendy to haul away,
Tho Southwestern Wheat Improve;
Attorney A. M. Walters of luue
Hill is in the city attending District
We Maintain an Up-to-date
Repairing and Repadding
All kinds of Band and Orches
tra Instruments, Violins, Cel
los and Basses.
NO JOB TOO LARGE
h OR TOO SMALL
Prices right consistent with
good workmanship Write us.
Gaston Music & Furniture Co
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints.
And Electrical Supplies. "
The best place for Picture
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
Mazart Memorized Music.
Only once, id far as is known, have
thr secrets of (lie music used lu St.
Peter's at Home, been violated. Mo
rort Is reputed to have iiieiiiori7.cd one
of tho Masses while hearing if sung.
Copies of tlio music are, as it. matter
of fact, ho carefully guarded that mem
bors of tlm Vntlcnn choir seldom bun
dle thont If itt iillul other time
then (Turing orsctlrv.
Raisin Muffins. i
To two woll-lx-nteii ef add tfj
tablespoons of susur, two tnbloapofns
ftf butter, melted, one cup each pfj
white Hour and wholo wheat flour sift
ed with two rounding teaspoon's of
bilking powder and ono-hulf teaspoon
of Kilt mid ono ('up of mill;. IJcat well
nnd stir In ono cup ot seeded raUlna
floured. Itako In ureascd gem - pans
lu a hot ereu twenty-five minute.
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