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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1922)
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For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know Tltrt
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THC CCnTMIN COMPANr. NEW YORK CJTT.
Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills
, then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. 1 hey
cleanse your system of all waste matter and
Regulate Your Bowels. Mild as easy to
take as SUgar. Genuine bear ilgnalute ycnTcC
Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price.
An Era of Publicity.
"You don't liilnil having tlio nnme of
four uutoinobllu painted In boxcar
letters on u tire cover?"
"No," said the motorist, "although
It's true that I'm n rolling advertise
ment for the manufaeturcr who made
It, but I have to draw the line some
where. If my tailor ever asks me to
wear his label whero all who run may
rend, I'm going to refuse." lllrmlng
DYED HER DRAPERIES,
SKIRT AND A SWEATER
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Eacli packago of "Diamond Dyes" con
tains directions so simple that any woman
can dye or tint faded, shabby skirts,
dresses, waists, coats, sweaters, stock
ings, hnngingn, draperies, everything liko
new. Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other
kind then perfect home dyeing is guaran
teed, even if yon have never dyed before.
Tell your druggist whether the materiel
you wish to-dye is wool or silk, or whether
It is linen, cotton, or mixed goods. Dia
mond Dyes never streak, spot, fade, or
tun. So easy to use. Advertisement.
Doing good la the only certain
happy action of n man's life. Sir
"0 Happy Day" sang the laundress
as she hung the snowy wash on tho
line. It was n "happy day" because
rtie used Red Cross Bell Blue. Advcr
The quickest way to win a man's
respect Is to let him know you think
him n wonder.
Advices to lovers of udvanccd sea
son corn-on-col) : The first hundred
ears are tho hardest. Life.
Important to All Women
Readers of This Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and never
'Women's complaints often prove to bo
nothing else but kidney trouble, or tha
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If tho kidneys arc not in a healthy con
dition, they may causo tLu other organs
to become diseased.
You may suffer pain in tho back, head
ache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irri
table and maybe despondent; it makes
any one so.
But hundreds of women claim that Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restoring health
to tho kidneys, proved to bo just tha
remedy needed to overcome such condi
tions. Many send for a sample bottle to see
what Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver
and bladder medicine, will do for them. By
enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., you may receive sam
plo size bottle by parcel post. You can
purchase medium and large size bottles at
all drug stores. Advertisement.
"Is It possible thnt nfter your
father had deeded the old farm to you
In return for your promlso of a good
homo for tho rest of his life, you
turned him out?"
"Certainly I I told him I wasn't run
ning an asylum for fools." Knnsua
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SPI Rl N
SAY "BAYER", when you buy. Insistl
Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are
pot getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by
physicians over 23 years and proved safe by millions for
Accept only "Bayer" pacIcrtRO which contains proper directions.
Handy "Dayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists.
Aspirin ti Us Uado mirk of Jlajcr aOaateciar of ItonoaeeUcacldestor cf BllcxUcacl4.
0 BY OIL
Incorrect Lubrication During
Busy Season Blamed for Ills
of Tractor and Truck.
CAREFUL ATTENTION NEEDED
To Accomplish Objects Sought for
Lubricant Must Be Heavy Enough
to Stand Heat Change Oil
Every Five Hundred Miles.
It Is claimed by tractor experts, who
have given a great deal of study to the
causes of tractor troubles, that one
half of all engine troubles nre due to
Incorrect lubrication. It Is Important,
therefore, that the lubrication of the
tractor and the truck bo given the
most careful attention during the busy
Serves Two Purposes.
The oil In the crank case of the mo
tor serves two purposes, (1), to pro
vide n thin film between all bearing
surfaces to prevent friction, and (2),
to provide a seal between tho cylinder
walls and the piston rings In order to
hold the gas in tho compression cham
ber during the compression nnd expan
sion. In order to accomplish these
two objects the oil must be heavy
enough to stand the heat to which It
Is subjected during the operation of
the motor. It Is well for each tractor
(Iterator to use tho oil which the
manufacturer recommends for this
Lubricating oil, although chosen
from the very best grades, will not last
Indefinitely. The oil will break down
when constantly subjected to heat and
use. Considerable gasoline and kero
sene will And Its way Into the crank
case, which gradually thins the oil.
Tho oil In the crunk case, therefore,
should be changed every ."00 miles, In
the automobile and the truck, and
about every four or tlve days In the
tractor. When the oil Is changed In
the crank case of any motor It Is
OF POULTRY HOUSES
Dropping Board Must Be Cleaned
Thoroughly Each Day.
V-Shaped Trough Made by Nailing
Two Boards Together Makes It
Easy Matter to Scrape Up
Litter and Dump It.
In order to malntnln the poultry
house In a sanitary condition, dally
cleaning of the dropping board must
be persisted In, but for a commuter
this was an early-morning Job that was
not anticipated with enthusiasm.
A V-shaped trough was made by
nailing two eight-Inch boards together
Poor Lubrication Is Cause of Much
sometimes advisable to wash It out
with about a quart of clean oil and
drain It out before tho new oil Is put
Good for Killing Lice.
The oil removed from the crank
case contains a grent deal of dirt and
particles of metal and therefore it
should not bo used for lubricating
other machinery. Some farmers use
the old crnnk case oil for killing llco
on hogs nnd it has proven very good
for this purpose except on white hogs
with tender skins. J. V. Sjogren, In
Charge of Farm Mechunlcs, Colorado
VV V " vx
Mrnav CTAunc nrx i I m nr; nnrvrnri nin o 8
oihhuo m i n lui ui uuumn pi no g
Recommends Pe-m-na for Catarrh of the Stomach,
Golds and Grip
"I hnv Unl Pe-ru-na for nevcrnt venrn nnil can
lionrtlly recommend for cntnrrh of tlio ntomach or
entlra ayatem. I always K"t liennt from II for colds
and (trip. It atnnris oft Iota of doctor bills nnd makes
one feci like u. now person."
It, li". nUTTI.ES,
21. V. D. No. 3, Uox CI, Wnyncibure, Kentucky.
It Is wlso to keep a bottlo of I'o-ru-na In tho
liousa for omoritenulcs. CourIih ami colds may
usunily bo rellovotl by a fow doses of I'o-ru-na
taker In tltno. Nannl catarrh, Indigestion, con
stipation, diarrhoea, rncumutism or oilier
troublt'H duo to a catarrhal condition of tho
imicotin mom'jrancs all call for i'o-ru-na na
tho successful treatment. Tho health build
in?, BtreiiKth rcstorlnR qualities of this well
known romedy aro especially marked nfter a
protractod sickness, tho grip or Spanish Flu.
Tir mi.NA la limtlv nroiiil of Ita record of
fifty years as health protector for tho wliolo
TABLETS OR LIQUID
SOLD EVERYWHERE f
Dally Cleaning of the Poultry-Houso
Dropping Board Is Facilitated by a
Sliding Trough Into Which the Drop
pings Aro Scraped.
nnd closing the ends. Also, a 0 by 14-
Inch opening was cut In one end of tho I
house, the center being In line with
the front edge of the dropping board, i
A piece of one-Inch pipe, long enough
to extend the entire length of the drop-
plug board and for about a foot more j
than the length of the trough on tho
outside, was supported at each end. so '
as to be directly under nnd parallel i
with the edge of the' dropping board, I
as shown. The V-shnpeil trough was
suspended from the pipe underneath
tho dropping board. With this ar
rangement, It was an easy matter to
scrape the droppings Into the trough
and slldu It outside to be emptied.
II. L. Tunlson, Wnkelleld, Mass., la
Popular Mechanics Magazine.
Wise Is Youth.
A few evenings ago, a llttlo girl,
three years old, was enjoying somo
Mother Goos Jingles on her father's
knee. Little Wo l'ccp wns being re
hearsed and when tho placo was
reached where, hi the rhyme, It says
"bringing their tails behind them," tlio
father purposely cNnngod It to read
this way, "bringing their tails beforo
them," nnd noticing tbc surprised look
on her face said, "I made a becfBtnkc,
didn't I?" She promptly answered,
"So, It was a shcepstako,"
Cutlcura Soap for tho Complexion.
Nothing better than Cutlcura Soap
dally and Ointment now nnd then as
needed to mako tho complexion clenr,
scalp clean and hnnds soft and yvhlto.
Add to this tho fnsclnntlng, fragrant
Cutlcura Talcum, and you liovo tho
Cutlcura Toilet Trio. Advertisement
"Air like wine"
"Shut up. Do you want to get us
arrested?" Louisville Courier-Journal.
BETTER PRICE FOR REACTORS
HORSERADISH GROWN IN FALL
Makes Most Rapid Growth During
Cool Months and Is One Crop
Not Injured by Freezing.
Cool weather In autumn Is the time
that horseradish makes Its most rapid
growth. It Is another one of the root
crops that Is not Injured by freezing.
Extreme hot wenther this summer did
not seem to Injure horseradish plants
that were given a goort start In the
spring. The plants will stand both
extremes of temperature. Whero stor
age spneo Is limited they may bo left
In tho ground until spring. Some dig
them late la the fall, hut often old
timers leave them In tho ground all
SWEET CLOVER FOR PASTURE
Will Withstand Frost, Drought and
Grasshoppers and Produce
For pasture, sweet clover is prob
ably without nn equal. Its ability to
withstand frost, drought and grass
hoppers, and produce nn nbundunco
of high-class feed throughout tho
growing season places It In n clnss by
Itself. Many farmers nro learning
that this hardy legume will solve tho
problem of food for their stock, and at
BUTTERMILK HAS BIG VALUE
More Breeders Are Beginning to
Realize Worth of Feed for
Hogo Animals Thrive.
More and more breeders nro real
izing that buttermilk him a value In
tho feeding of hogs greater than Its
food vnliio would Indicate. Anlmnls
fed buttermilk seem to thrive excep
tionally well und bo remarkubly freo
Few Buyers Now Taking Advantage of
Farmer Who lo Trying to Im
prove His Herd.
A check on the reacting cattle sold
on tho Huffnlo market shows that tho
packers and stockyards administration
and the burcnu of animal Industry of
tho United States Department of
Agriculture have been securing better
treatment for persons who havo cattlo
of this class to sell, ltocords from
Juno 1 to September 23 show thnt on
a total of 542 Head of tuberculous cat
tle the gross price paid per head wa
$22.17, less expense of $3.8-1, milking
n net price of $18.33 per head. In tha
past, records had been kept on -1,500
head and the average price paid was
only $14.50. Few buyers nre now tnk
Ing advantage of the farmer who Is
trying to clean up his herd. Many of
them find that they can afford to pay
as much for renctors thnt are not
condemned ns unlit for food as they
can pny for untested cattle of tho
sumc kind and quality.
Fresh, sweet, white, dnlnty clothes
for baby, If you uso Red Cross Ball
niup. Never strenks or Injures them.
All good grocers sell It. Advertise
ment. What Minute of tho Day
Wllk "I'll bo ready In a minute,
dear." Hubble "Would you mind
saying what minute of the day that'll
If you aro troubled with painspr
aches; feci tired; havo headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful
passage of urine, you will find
relief by regularly taking
The world's standard remedy for Iddnajt
llvr, bladder and uric add troubles ana
National Romedy of Holland since 169&
Three alias, alt druggists. Qua ran teed.
Look for tho nam Gold Madal eat errotT
bos and accept no Imitation
atortr. Bare to tine aa water. Makes you look Joaaa
.waln. At all eood tlrtiEelit. 75 cents, or ilrci
tiom I1ESSIO-ELLIS. OlKtalal. Meinpbla. Ttaa.
color yowr ftatv
nod aafaljr Jy
VV. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 48-1922.
Of two evils somu people choose
both as samples.
A conservative Is one who hns his.
Good Enough for the Heathen.
Mrs. Smith John, whatever inada
you put that bad half-dollar In tha
Mr. Smith Oh, that was nil right,
my dear. Tho collection wns for the
henthen, and you don't think those
chaps are going to tell tho difference
between that and u good ono, do youl
Visitor Gee, that's a lino library
Ncwlyrlcb Is it, really?
SQUASHES IN WARM STORAGE
Vegetables Must Be Handled With
Care to Prevent Bruising Prod
uct Must Be Kept Dry.
Squashes, pumpkins and sweet po
tatoes may bo kept In good condition
nil winter If carefully placed in warm,
dry storage, say horticulturists of tha
Ohio experiment station,
Tho proper conditions for their
storage differ as to moisture and
temperature from those found best
for ordinary vegetables and fruits,
such ns potatoes, roots and apples,
which require cool, moist storage.
The furnnce room or n warm, dry
closet whero there Is no danger of
freezing In extremely cold weather Is
usually very satisfactory.
These vegetables should bo handled
with great care to avoid bruises or,
In tho case of squashes and pumpkins,
breaking off tho stems which would
Inter furnish entrance for organisms
of decny. Tho best temperaturoli
from 50 to 5.T degrees Fnhrcnhelt.
EXCELLENT FEEDS FOR HOGS
Skim Milk and Buttermilk Are Es
peclally Beneficial for Pigs
if of High Quality.
Skim milk nnd buttermilk are most
excellent feeds for hogs, especially
for yotajig pigs, as every farmer knows,
but it Is dangerous to feed theso
products when they como from cream
erles unless they hnvo previously been
pasteurized. Tho creamery gets milk
from a largo territory and nil Is mixed
together. Consequently It Is practical
ly Impossible to get skim milk from a
skimming station or buttermilk from
a creamery that Is freo from germs of
tuberculosis. Don't feed either of
theso products unless they hnvo been
Leave Plowed Land Rough.
Fall plowed land should ho left
rough In practically all cases. It Is not
desirable to disk or harrow It down
until spring becuuso this would tend to
muko It pnek or run together too much.
Preventing Spoiled Silage.
Thero aro n number of causes of
spoiled sllugo, but nofle that can not
bo prevented or greatly lessened by
Don't Be Penny Wise
and Pound Foolish
Don't think because you can get a
big can of Baking Powder for little
money that you are saving anything!
There's Only One Way to
Save on Bake-Day, Use
the Economy BAKING POWDER
It costs only a frac
tion of a cent for
You use less be
cause it contains
more than the ordi
The sales of Calumet
arc over 150 greater
than that of any other
1 J"" YA t
I V COMTlNTall' K
EST BY TEST
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9 . 9 $
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER
,jrDK wneaiiiuiis c&
Canada is the world's crreatest
nroducerof wheat second only to
the united states yet omy odoui xzy 01
the tillable area hat been worked. Yields ol .40 buahe la of wheat
per acre are not uncommon, oata nave siren aa mgii na iw , ,
bushels per acre, while 40 to SO bushels per acre are ordinary i
yiems; oariey ana rye in imo proportion. w;uo am ik
thrive on the natire grasses which grow abundantly ana corn
and sunflower culture are highly successful.
Stock Raising, Dairying and
secure for the Industrious settler ample returns for his energy.
Clearing the cost of one's farm with a single year a crop has an
appeal, ana nas oeen aone oy nunurcua m nn VT"""2
farmers. Taxesonlyupon lanmnot on improvements). Ferlect
climate, attractive social conditions, good nelghbora, churches,
u-hnnla. telenhones. excellent markets and shipping faciliUea
make life haoDy as well as prosperous.
For illustrated literature, maps, description of farm opportuni
ties in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Uritish Columbia,
reduced railway rates, etc, write
W. V. BENNETT
300 Peter's Trust Bldg. Omaua, Neb.
Authoritsd Atant, Dtpt.of Immliratlon
an Colonisation, Dominion ol Canada
Saves Need Buying a New Skirt
Putnam Fadeless Dyes dyes or tints as you with
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