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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1922)
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SHOW PEASANT INSPIRATION;
LATEST BLOUSE INNOVATION
WHO would hnvo thought, when It
conies to iip-to-tlie-nihnttc style,
that Miss Aimu-lcii, Junior, would bor
row Inn- Ideas from iuulnt llttlo pons
ant girls Iti tho fur-olt Ihilkiui inouii
tuliifl, In Ittisslu, Czuchoslovahla, Kn
mania and othor Central Kurnpc coun
tries? No doubt, "If I bo I, as I sup
pose I bo," Is somewhat the sentiment
of our beloved llttlo Mapper as the
wears theM' now so fashionable bright
However, these youthful modes nro
not too foreign looking, after nil. Just
enough of the gay gypsy colorings are
used, so as to tone up the dark velvets
uud serges which belong to the grow
Peasant Sleeves and Yoke
Ing girl period. Tho accompanying
picture tells the story of peasant
sleeves and yoke. Tho body of the
dress Is blnclc velvet.
Ono of the advantageous features
of this llttlo frock, which recommends
itself to practical mothers, Is that It Is
made separate from the waist and can
be worn over various types of smocks
or n washable blouse.
Notice two distinctive style-touches
in tills model, namely, the braided
roleo glrdlo (cable-corded) of self mu
terlal, and the uneven hem-line.
Velvet dresses nro a delight to the
young girl, becauso with them they
can wear such lovely laco berthas,
which Is the popular Idea Just now. In
fnct, with a gown styled ns above, for
party wear, one can omit sleeves en
tirely, nttaehlng a deep cape-IIko lace
collar so that It will fall quite low
over 'tho arms.
' Sometimes a voguo comes In with
such Intensity it tnkes tho whole
fushlon world by storm. Such Is the
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Jaccpiette. It seemed to happen all of
n sudden. In Its nllurlng presence we
have all but forgotten there ever was
In existence the faithful shirtwaist
and even the slipover blouse has lt
luster dimmed In the light of the new
The Jactpiette, or Jackct-bloue ni
you prefer to call It, meets w In
stant favor because It In Just what
most of us have been longing for a
blouse that does not tuck In at the
waistline, nor yet does It have the
careless appearance of the loose ovor
blouse. While the Jacquetto Is thoroughly
practical It adds tone to the tailored
suit, for no mntter how simply mndo
it hns a dress-up appearance.
Handnnn silks with gaudy pensnnt
colorings told In figures large nnd
small have a gypsyllko charm which
savors of central Europe Inspiration.
Another fuvorlto Bilk, also velvet,
has the batik tic-dye coloring which
convoys Its nrtlstle mood to the super,
Matelasse (from the French, mean
lug pad or mattress) Is perhaps tin
ruling power among blouso fabrics.
The quilted sntln or silk is stitched In
dcllonto tracery on colorful back
grounds. If you nro clover with tho brush
you can paint bold patterns of your
own designing on colld whlto crepo or
black satin for your new Jacquette.
iCOmiGMT W VUTUUt WWAKI UNION,
yyARY GRAHAM BONNER
CCII'Ch! II lltllN MV1HMIIINOW
FIRST SLEIGH RIDE
Little Kugeue wanted a Christmas
treat more than anything tKt
"I would rather take a sleigh ride
than anything else," he said.
Now, as you can Imagine, little Eu
gene had never lived In the country,
for to take a sleigh ride Is lots of
fun but not Just the very most special
treat that most bojs would ask for.
FIrot of all thero was the chance
thnt there might not be snow, but
snow came In plenty of time. And It
was with joy that little Eugene looked
nt tho snow-covered hills and tho
snow on the ground, which was be
coming smooth and nice.
"It will seem more like Christmas
than anything else," he said.
And the first time ho heard sleigh
bells ho went almost wild with de
light. "I hear them," he cried. "I
Now little Eugene wnn visiting In
the country, but tho people whom he
was visiting did not own n horse and
sleigh. They were going to do their
best to seo that be had a sleigh ride
And on tho afternoon before Christ
mas Eugene was given his first sleigh
Such n ride ns It wns, too! The
trees were covered with snow for the
most part, though the hemlocks bud
very little upon them.
Vov when the snow had been falling
the hemlocks had been shaking about
in their usual graceful fashion and
the vnow bad not been able to cling
Tho sun made the snow sparkle un
til a little Inter bright colors came In
tho sky and the sun went to bed
dresseil In his holiday suit of red.
Eugene wns sure he had put It on for
the holidays and so he had, though
Sir. Sun was also In the habit of wear
ing that red suit of his when he gave
a birthday party which he did very
At either side of the sl.'Igh there
were bells attached and how they did
Jingle. And coining down the road
behind tiiem, all along the road, was
nnothcr sleigh which mndo n sleigh
bell duet of Jingles!
Sometimes where the snow had
drifted brown patches of grass could
bo seen, but mostly everything was
covered with snow. In tho brooks
and streams they passed there were
"So Nice and Winter-Like.
lco and snow. Everj thing looked so
nlco and winter-like and so different
from the city. Eugene loved It nil.
It certainly was a treat. And Dolly,
the horse, wns very anxious to show
Eugene thnt sho would make It as
much of a treat us sho could.
Sho had heard him say that there
would be sugar at the end of the ride
nnd there Ipul been sugnr at the start
of, the ride. Oh yes, Dolly had some
So Dolly shied nt an automobile
which, of course, she never did as n
rule. But she thought It would bo fun
to do this for the little city boy. Llt
tlo city boys did think such funny
things sometimes. Dolly hud heard
some of the questions they nsked
when they .enmo to the farm.
And Dolly even pretended to1 bo a
little frightened at the trnln when It
The sleigh was called a cutter nnd
what fun It was to ride so closo to
the ground nnd what a crisp, pleasant
sound it mnde when It hurried along,
pulled by Dolly, the horse.
They passed by a well which wns
used by everyone In one smnli village.
A community well it was called and
llttlo Eugene was surprised to henr
that it didn't freeze. He hnd heard
that plumbers were always busy In
tho country fixing pipes which hnd
Rut It was explained to him that
It wns so deep in the earth It couldnt
freeze and thnt tho water drained
bnck after It had been pumped. Oh
no, that well never froze.
Hut little Eugene almost did. And
oh, how glad ho was to get back to
the tiro agnln.
He hnd had u perfect Chrlstmns
treat, though, nnd ho left n noto for
Rnntn Clans by the chimney that
night, for ho know Santu would like
to hear of the treat of his first sleigh
ride -his great Christmas treat I
"Don't you over get homesick?"
"No," replied Senator Sorghum.
"After being heckled a few times by
my constituents I'm perfectly satisfied
to reside In Washington, D. a"
Say "Bayer" and Insistl
Unless you see tho name "Dnyer" on
packngo or on tablets you arc not get
ting tho genuine ihiyer product pre
uerlbed by physicians over twenty-two
years nnd proved snfc by millions for
Neuralgia Pain, I'nln
Accept "Bnycr Tablets of Aspirin"
only. Each unbroken package contains
proper directions. IJnndy boxes of
twelve tablets cost few cents. Drug
gists also sell bottles of 21 and 100.
Asperln Is the trade mnrk of Unyer
Manufacture of Mononcetlcncldcster of
MANY PROBLEMS IN TARIFF
Knotty Points Concerning Rates of
Duty That Have to Bo Dealt
Cakes, folding pocket scissors, mnr
bio statuary, oriental rugs, pineapples
In brine, and bibulous paper, alias
"blotters" are a fow of the articles with
which tho court of Customs Appeals
will have to ctrugglu this winter, ac
cording to tho calendar of cases It has
Issued. The tariff glv rise to many
highly technical questhns that are cal
culated to make the most Judicial mind
dizzy, nnd which have u real slgnlll
ounce In dollars and cents to sonio
one. An example Is the pending ques
tion whether whent screenings nro
dutiable at 10 per cent as n nonenu
merated nuinufnctured article or are
freo ns wheat. What will happen
when shipments of 'J.'J.000 pounds of
gouts' beards, reported as passing
through the Panama canal, reaches the
customs there Is no telling. Only
those who go down to the sen In ships
and make land at the customs house
have an adequate Idea of tho oddities
of International trade and tho prob
lems they present. The Nntlon's
If You Need a Medicine
You Should Have the Best
Have you ever stopped to reason why
it is that bo many products that are ex
tensively advertiBcd, nil at once drop out
of sight and are soon forgotten? The
reason ia plain the article did not fulfill
the promises of the manufacturer. This
applies more particularly to a medicine.
A medicinal preparation that has real
curativo value almost sells itself, as like
nn endless chain system the remedy is
recommended by those who have been
benefited to those who arc in jiecd of it.
A prominent druggist says.P'Tako for
cxamplo Dr. Kilmer's Swanip-Root, a
preparation I have sold for many years
and never hesitato to recommend, for in
almost every caso it shows excellent re-
sults, as many of my customers testify.
No other kidney remedy hns so large a
According to sworn statements and
verified testimony of thousands who hnvo
used tho preparation, the success of Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Kootl is due to tho fact,
so many people claim, that it tumlls al
most every wish in overcoming kidney,
liver and bladder ailments, corrects uri
nary troubles and neutralizes the uric acid
which causes rheumatism.
You may receive a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root by parcel post. Address Dr.
Kilmer & Co,, liinghamton, N. Y., and
enclose ten cents; also mention this paper.
Large and medium size bottles for sale at
all drug stores. Advertisement.
Business as Usual.
A subscriber to a Philadelphia pn
per three-quarters of n century ago In
dignantly accosted Its editor with tho
angry announcement: "I hnvo stopped
your pnper, sir I havo stopped your
"Indeed," the editor cnlmly replied ;
'come with me nnd let us seo about
When tho two hnd reached tho news
paper ofllco nnd found everything going
on ns usual, tho editor nssumed tho role
of tho lndlgnnnt ono: "My paper
stopped, sir I How could you utter such
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for Infants and children, nnd see thnt It
Rears tho nt? stir '
Signature of &73&
In Uso for Over !t0 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Hub There, confound It I I've gone
and sat down on thut chair I var
nished only this morning.
Wife Well, for onco you've stuck
to your work. lloston Transcript.
Cat Ate the Canary.
"Our canury died a nntural death
the other dny." "So?" "Yes, the cat
ate It." Michigan Gargoyle.
Gained. 30 Lbs.
"Tnnlnc fixed me up so I gained
thirty pounds. I have never seen or
heard of such a wonderful medicine
in all the sixty-six years of my life,"
declared William Magee, well-known
retired contractor, JSSlO Lafayette
Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
"About two years ago I had a severe
bladder trouble that left me In an
awfully run-down condition. My up
petlte went back on mo nnd my stoni
nelr got so weak I could not eat and
digest enough to give me uny strength.
I nlso had tho worst sort of pains
across the small of my back, and could
"I began picking up soon nfter I
stnrted taking Tanlac, and now I have
u fine appetite, Bleep like n log nnd
that tired, worn-out feeling hns nil
left me. I could not do otherwlso than
Tanlac Is sold by nil good druggists.
HAD PICKED IT UP QUICKLY
Film Magnate Astonished by Austra
lians' Knowledge of the Eng
Tho predominance of tho foreign
element In New York is the subject of
many Jrtkcs. At n motion picture
luncheon to tho press the other day,
ns Tommy Grny, ono of tho city's
wits, arose to speak, ho looked about.
"As this luncheon Is to the press,"
ho began, "nnd not to the motion pic
ture trade, I will make my remarks In
Somewhnt nlong this snmc lino Is a
Jol;e that Is being told n ono of the
most prominent of the Illm magnates,
who Is shrewd but Illiterate. Two
tVustrnllnns. stranded In New York, In
search of Jobs, rminnged to get an au
dience with him.
"So," ho said, "you're from Aus
tralia? When mil you come over?"
Only n month ago," they answered
"My," ho exclaimed, "but you
learned our language quick."
Vigorous Rodent War Urged.
Dnmago by smaller rodents on stock
ranges, while not so spectucular us
that by wolves, mountain lions and
cojotes, In sonio cases more than
equals that of the predatory animals,
according to Dr. A. K. Fisher of the
United States biological survey. There
should bo closer co-operation, particu
larly In the matter of appropriations,
between tho federal nnd state govern
ments, so thnt tho largest amount
available from both sources may be
obtained, ho snys.
It is decinred that if the prnlrlo
dog nlone were exterminated 4,000,000
more cattle nnd 4,000,000 more sheep
could be raised because of the increaso
In the amount of forage.
JUBt say to your grocer Red Cross
Ball Uluu when buying bluing. You
will be moro than repaid by tho re
sults. Onco tried always uscdL Ad
It is never too early to mend one's
Most "good fellows" hnvo n lot of
1 1 BsTeTUT C rvi I UIC" ldnc -u
ILAKIlLK) the, organs to
III ILJrZ I UHU u,c causc3 oi it pass away.
IVER I THEY REGULATE THE BOWELS and
I " eaassaal aaTsmBaV I nsMnln L..m
SOLD SO YEARS A FINE GENERAL TONIC
U Ml mU tr rwr Onmlrt. writ wlatanaiUi CUalctl Co., LtwUtUU, Hi.
College of Liberal Arts with many professional
courses. College of Fine Arts with Schools of
Music, Art, Expression. Teachers' College with
Secondary and Elementary Training Schools.
Thoro Equipment. Beautiful Campm. Large, Efficient Faculty.
Sympathetic Initructlon. College Sports EncouraucJ.
Frt llltrahirt upon
Gives Charming New Color Tone to Old Sweaters
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES-dyes or tints as you wish
23 and 75t PACKAGES EVERYWHERE1
"Vaseline" Petroleum Jelly bene
fits all humps, sores, bruises, sun
burn, blisters, cuts and chafed sLin.
Never be without a bottle of it in
the house. It's safe, always effec
tive and costs but . tnlle.
CIIFSEDROUCII MANHFAinURINO CC
line Street ttoiuoiusiMi Ntw yotk
Ritf. U.S. Pat. Off.
Sallotr, maddr. roathenrd off
blotchnl complexions ai nu
Mr du to constipation.
When yon an comtlpatrd. not
nough ot Nature's lubricating
Uqnid Is produced In Ui bowel
to krep tho food wart soft
and motlng-. Doctors praseriba
Nujol became It acts Ilk this
natural lubricant and thus re
Nujol la a lobri
medicine or lax
not crip. Tit
A LUBRICANT-NOT A LAXATIVE
No Soap Better
For Your Skin
Soap 25c, Oiatmtnt 25 and 50c,TaIctua 25c.
Restores Color end
Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair!
ntuffox Cncm. W ks. l'ntclint u , W. T
sue. ana si neat irrunnits.
HINDERCORNS Remorse Corn. Cat.'
Ioums. etc., atnns ail psln, tniures comfort to til
fret, xaVt walklnir u 1B. br rasil or at Lrus
Cists. Ultcoa Cbeioicsl Works, i'atclucue,KX
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 49-1922.
SPOHN'S DISTEMPER COMPOUND
I Indispensable In treating; '
Influenza, D'istemper, Coughs and Colds
so prevalent among horses and mulrs at thin urason of the year.
For nearly thirty yenrs "HroiIN'H" lias been Klven to prevent
theso discuses, us well as to relieve and euro thorn. An occa
sional doss "conditions" your horsn and keep disease away.
Aa a remedy for ensen actually suffering;, "hl'OIIN'S" Is quick
and certain. Sold In two nlzes at all drug ntorrs,
Kl'OIIN MEDICAL COMl'ANY (lOSlIKN, INDIANA
Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills
eV ah eV a f e . o a? . ?.. - la si. te.
o lor a icw nignts aiter. xncy restore
their proper functions and Ueadacke
signsture- yuuviC Saudi Pill ; Small Dote ; Small Price
I. B. Schrcckengast, Chancellor
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