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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1923)
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. CHIEF
IHIWlHI'miUMMI . L-.
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lHX& li ,etm '" '"' '1,ve h"J'chc, Jizzy. Btk B 3
E Si 11 V ! tircj anJ aleepy een alter a nUht'a Fiaaay aa ,m'
I i(vH l 1 fell, bowtli conttipatcd. Nolhiiif flam. B Wr
I i SV ' very "'I0"' the tnattir, you VFaBri aaw. aaa
I ,;;, think, but you know i r,u are -afat HtaVBBaaaFaaajmaaai
V A1 not ,h"e w'lh (,,e punch .Lv aLaaaaal aaa HUH
.1 ,,3i andtheptp. Iheiymp .rfjL Taaaaaaaa "
I W&i'i A tomaarelhoieofaya- aJF i Ta a aaiaav I
m'v which mu" ciP mr luunu
I i' V : &KW D0 ho OC.rfViBaaaV ir fla atlBk afl aT
4?" I && jfK J&RlkwlSr. Proved by half a century ol aervice
H H'V.SfCv aaV .afli the real tei.icdy lor eyitemlc catarrh. In
D ,U& Vf-'? A Sw V PaVJT c'-"on. l'e-ru-na ii direct and tatiifactory.
B IA'W Km JbVJ., It reatorea the appetite, eurichea the blood,
H tffc'SrZa. Y.'sF'bV VjaaaWi. l,ptl hc "terrhal poiaone which are cau.ini
I t CP-'AHw V LW&A V9 all the troablc nnd put the variona orftana In prime
I tiJJia HSMsValV worklag order. There ia a prompt and plratant re
L W rV ftSFESr 1 U"Y ' e olJ. r"ur nd healthlul elasticity which maka
&$'- VxW Tine alter the grip or Spanlah Flu. Try it and tee.
iSgj.'U JT SOLD EVERYWHERE. TABLETS OR LIQUID.
"Soaked" Gold Hunters.
Sir. II. ( Living has been tin ex
pensive visitor In most American
homes during I lio hist few years, hut
oven nt t lint, la Ik not iiiltc the ro
liut Kt'iitlt'iimn lie whs In Ills youth.
Dr. Octnvltirt T. Howe. In I1I1 "Aro
Hauls of MO" says that In tht days of
l he ;;ohl nihh 7." years ano people In
Kan I'tatieiseo hail lopuy $1 apleee for
I't'KS. 1 a iiuart for milk, $1 a pound
for htitter, ?10 for a pineapple, and
$11 for a pair of old shoes.
A lirave man never lifts up n foe for
the purpose of lamcUiiij,' him down
I'lilloMipliy Is a Koft cushion to fall
Doi&'f Be Fmny Wise
and Pngiid 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 Rake-Day, Use
The Economy BAKING POWDER
It costs only a frac
tion of a cent for
Yon use less be
cause it contains
more than the ordi
The sales of Calumet
are over 150 greater
than that of any other
I V CONTtNTSU.
BEST BY TEST
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER
HARbvvAKE AND IMPLEMENT?
PaWWlaal WT- ''j-IBBBBaaaaaaV
XfTAf ML IT I 'iTWRffraal
IwA i 1" IIE-3&lligaaSaaSgl
The Practical Matins Car
The quick success of tho Chovrolet Utility Coupe has
proved how accurately its designers gauged the trans
portation requirements of the average busy man.
This fully equipped, modern car combines day-by-day
reliability, remarkably low operating costs and the
lowost price asked for a Fi3hor Body automobile.
The mammoth roar compartment is especially attrac
tive to the man who is always moving tools, sample
cases, repair parts for farm machinery, and luggage
of all sort3.
Any Chovrolet dealer will be glad to Bhow you its
exceptional engineering features.
for Economical Trantportatian
Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan
SUPEIUOR Two Pciienc er Roaditer . . 4510
SUPERIOR live I'aiienger Touring . . 525
SUPERIOR Two Pataenger Utility Coupe 680
SUPERIOR Tour Paiaengrr Seilanette . 650
SUPERIOR Five Paiaenitcr Sedjn . . . 860
SUPERIOR Light Delivery 510
Chevrolet Motor Co., Detroit, Mich.
Division of General Motors Corpormtiom
JIOIUSK3 (OfdlLlNt;? t!E
Spolin's Distemper Compound
to urenk the couch nml Ret them back In condition. Thlrtr
cars' uso hoa niiule "HPOHN'S" Imllapensablo In treating Coucba
mid CoIUh, Intluonza and Distemper with their resulting com
pllcatluna, and all diseases of the throat, none and lunce. Acta
marvelourly nit 11 preventive: actB equally well aa a cute. Bold In
two bIzvs ut nil druc storcM.
The Quiet Goldfish.
Uahrlele d'Aunun.lo, who Is said to
have Klvi'it himself up wholly to re
ligion, has a fondness for strange pet.s.
One of the Inmates of his household
Is a pihllMi, whleh Is known as l.ou-lV-l.l-Ttl.
IVAnnuiizIo declares that
"It possesses the two tiialltlcs most
rare In 1 1 . 1 1 Is clean and silent."
Air's Coolest Time.
At a height of one and a half miles
In the air. the coolest time of the.
'Jl hours Is during the day Instead of
at nlht, .is might he expected.
"Don't you think bhe's beginning to
Aliow her aueV"
"Not voluntarily. I'm sure."
fo,b. Flint, MUfu
Ford C. Frick
THE LOST RACE OF THE
W11KN the world was new ann
ounj,', there were Indians who
roamed the plains, oven as we do now.
These were large Indians men of gi
gantic stature and great strength. And
thej were created by J'l-rn-wa. who
created all the world, and all ihe int
imitis, mid all the people.
With these great Indians lived tho
animals even as wi have them today.
The giants ruled the world, for they
were very strong; mid they were so
swift that they hunted the buffalo on
foot ; and they would run down a buf
falo and kill It with a stone, or a
club or a knife. Then even though It
was a great buffalo bull, they would
swing It to their shoulders and carry
It Into camp. So you can see that
they were very strong, and that they
had great power on earth. For they
were feared by all the animals.
For many years they dwelt on the
plains. Hut as time went on they
ceased to honor TI-ra-wa, who had fro
nted them; and they ceased to believe
in him and In tho things he did. They
thought they were very strong, and
that they were more powerful than
TI-ra-wa himself, and they would no
longer pray to him.
When the rains would come they
would shake their fists at the sky and
curse, and call out bad words. And If
It was too warm or too eold, then
they would laugh at TI-ra-wa. and
scoff at his strength, and tell each oth
er stories of how they would run tho
j world If they were In power. All Ibis
tune TI-ra-wa tried to keep them hap
py, and did favors for them, and con
tinued them In their strength, and did
all he could to make the world a hiip-
j py one for them to live In.
I Hut llnall.v TI-ra-wa became angry.
and he no longer would smile at the
giant people on earth. Ho sent the
black clouds and the storms and the
lightning and the thunder down upon
the giants, who had sooffert him. And
tho water rose and rose, and these
giant iieople lied before It. Hut run
ns they might they voro unable to es
cape, and by and by tho water arose
over the level of the land, mill these
gieat people, even to the last man and
the last woman, sank down Into the
soft ground and tho mud and were
When all the giants had been de
stroyed anil had disappeared, then TI-ra-wa
recalled tho rain and tho thun
der, and the lightning and the storm.
And he made the sunshine to shine
again and tho grass to grow and the
trees to bloom and grow green. And
the world was restored to the animals
as It was before, but the giants, who
had scoiTcd Tl-ra-wn, were gone for
ever. So TI-ra-wa made n man and a
woman. And ho made them small of
stature; and they did not have the
strength of the giants. Hut they were
good ami they Unnored TI-ra-wa. And
so that they jnight live, he gave to
tlieiu the corn, and taught them to cul
tivate It and to dry it and to make
meal, and to make it their food. This
they dlil. and so Tl-ra-wn sent to
them children; and tho children grew
up and a tribe was formed, and that
tribe was the Pawnees. And today
they are still the Pawnees, and the
Pawnees have become a great peonle,
for ever they hnvo honored Tl-raAva
who made them anil who gave them
the corn, and the meat, which Is their
Today you mny go on the prairie and
find the great bones of the giants who
were drowned; and you can find them
In the deep canons, and deep In the
ground nntl Hint Is the proof that
they really did sink Into the ground
as Is told ns by our fathers.
Xoti. This legend Is distinctly Paw
nee, nnd Is common among tho inn
Jorlty of the Pawnee t'uinlly tribes. TI-ra-wa
Is tho god of tho Pawnees, slm
llnr to the Manltou of the Utes, tho
Great Spirit of the Iroquois anil tho
Napl (Old Man) of the Hlackfeet. The
tlood incident, told here, is told In a
little different manner by the Utes, the
(.'oinanches, the Arapahoes, tho Chey
ennes and tho Xavajos In fact, by
practically all of tho western Indians.
Planets and Stare.
It Is easy to distinguish n planet
from a star because) a star twinkles
and a planet never does- except when
It Is near tho horizon. Also, planets
are brighter. They aro nearer the
earth and their light Is reflected to us
like the moon. .Stars are fixed boillca
outside our colnr system.
A Leading Part.
The Show (ilrl How did you alien
mo In the chorus of sailors of tlie
"Had Ship, Itolllngstone?"
Her AdmirerLet's see. You wore
one of tl.e crew, weren't you?
Tho Show Girl Gee, no! I was
a skipper. Didn't you see ma skip?
('rawford So he's u man of tho ut
Crnbshaw Absolutely. You enn be
lieve what ho says over the nhone.
Now York Sun.
ENGINEER SAYS IT
"My Digestion Is Sound as a Dol
lar Sjnce Taking Tanlac," De
clares Buffalo Citizen.
"There Is no doubt about It, Tanlnc
does all they claim It will do and
more," was the positive statement
mndo recently by Richard II. l.awson,
well-known engineer, of 1007 Klimvootl
Ave., Hufrnlo, N Y.
"I used Tanlac ror n combination of
troubles ami it put mc In splendid
condition all the way round. First, I
had a had case of stomach trouble,
was simply chock full of sourness nntl
gas, had a general distressed feeling
and a burning pain in my stomach that
I couldn't get rid of. With my appe
tite wrecked and digestion gone, I be
came awfully weak, nervous and run
down and could get scarcely nuy rest
or sleep at all.
"Tanlae answered every demand
ntnde upon It In my case and today
my digestion Is sound as a dollnr, I
have an Immense appetite, and with
every ache and pain gone, I am sleep
ing line and feeling strong ami ener
getic ns of old. Tanlac Is 100 c.'o good."
Tanlac Is for sale by all good drug
gists. Over :i,r million bottles sold.
The cloak of charity Is too often a
Important to All Women
Readers of This Paper
Tlioiicincl upon thoinnndt of women
have kitlnry or bladder trouble nnd never
Women's complaints often prove to be
nothing rlst but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidney arc not in n healthy con
dition, they mny cause tho other organs
to become dieaed.
You mav suffer pain in the back, head
nclns nnd loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irri
table and maybe despondent; it makes
any one so.
Hut hundreds of women claim that Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restoring health,
to the kidnc.VH, proved to be just the
remedy needed to overcome such condi
tions. Many send for a sample bottle to sco
what Swamp Root, the ereat kidney, liver
nnd bladder medicine, will do for them. By
rncloslng ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Hinghamton. N. Y you mny receive sam
ple size bottle by pnrcel post. You can
purchase medium nnd larpc sire bottles at
all drug stores. Advertisement.
Tho ludy of tho house hntl often
nsked her cool; what her husband did,
antl the cook always replied that hc
wtis connected with n penitentiary
In tho cnpuclty of n trustee. This
seemed somewhat strange to the good
lady, and one day sho said as much to
her husband. lie thought perhaps he
could get at tho facts, so the cook was
"Mlrandy, you say your husband is
n trustee In the penitentiary?"
"Yes, boss," she replied promptly.
"Don't you mean a trusty?" the ludy
Polm. of View.
An optimist Is one who hops out of
bed on n cold morning, haying: "Well,
old bed, I'll bo baek to you In 17
hours." Tho pessimist hops In bed,
sr.ylng: "Goo, up again In seven
hours I" Mass. Tech. Von Doo.
Attorney "And where did you seo
him milking the row?" Witness "A
llttlo past tho center, sir."
I hnto n sharp tongue, the ruin of
kingdom nnd home. I long for silence.
Vitamin and mineral elements are
part of the splendid nutriment
which Nature stores in the field
grains for nourishing and vitalizing
the human body.
Grape-Nuts, made from wheat
nnd malted barley, has for over
twenty five years supplied vitamin
nnd other elements necessary for
SAY "BAYER" when you buy. Insist!
Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are
not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by
physicians over 23 years and proved safe by millions for
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions.
Handy "Haycr" boxer, of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 nnd 100 -Druggists,
Asolrlu la tlio tmdo mark of Uayer Mannfacliirn of Murioncetlrac-ldester of ctallcrllcacld
Take a good dose
IN LIGHT OF EXPERIENCE
Some Few Thlnrjs That a Wife Ad-
mits She Has Learned From
Ho really can't advise me as to tak
ing tho leadership of a relay of girls
wlio belong to the Girls' Someday club.
They carry n llttlo kit and u basket
of canned things, ami go off on long
hikes and picnics In lovely woodsy
Tho lady who has ehargo of all tho
relays says It Is awfully hard to get
grownup leaders and she thinks Unit
with my personality the girls would
Just lovo me; and you don't have to
know much to bo n leader.
Tho girls will tell you how.
She said that a rich gl.i belonged
to the club, anil her mother had to
coax her to eat tho very daintiest
things at homo; nnd nfter sho had
taken a ten-mile hike she ute sail
suges, Just as the other girls did.
And her leader felt that It was
awfully worth-while work for any one.
Tho girls glvo lovely concerts to
raise money to pay ror having the con
cert tickets printed.
And they nre banded together to
do good, and they ask everybody to
please help them in their work.
My husband says that years ago
when lie was a boy women used to
marry men berore they began to ask
them Tor money. Life.
Farmers get all tho exercise they
need, unllku city men, yet they live
If kisses were poisonous tho tin
dertakers would have to work over
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There's a crispness and flavor
that delight the taste and there's
natural health -building goodness
that makes Grape-Nuts with cream
or milk a complete food and won
Grape-Nuts is truly economical
because a small quantity provides
Sold by grocers everywhere!
Made by Poitum Cereal Company, Ino.
llattl V.recU, Mich.
Neuralgia Pain, Pain
of Carter's Little Liver Pills
2 or 3 for a few niehts after.They
cleanse your system of all waste matter and
Regulate Your Bowels. Mild as easy to
take as Stlgar. Genuine beat signature ytarpC
Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price.
No trustworthy Immigration record
were kept In the early history of tho
republic From 1"S:t It Is estimated
that tho number of Immigrants to this
country was about -1,000 a year until
1701, when the number was Incrensed
to 10,000. Then It dropped to about
0,000 until 1800, when It was reduced
to practically nothing for the succeed
ing ten yenrs. In 181(1 It was about
8,000 and the next year 'JIV-MO From
October 1, 1810, n record has been
kept, but up until 1S.(S It Included nil
"alien passengers nrrlved" and did
not distinguish between' Immlgrnnta
and passengers, nor did It Include Im
migration overland rrom CfSndn and
Mexico. This record, which' Is Innc
curate as explained, shows a total of
M.aiO.lOi rrom the year ending Sep
tember HO. IS'-'Oto tho year endlnpt
June .'10, 1020. The largest Immigra
tion In any one year was 1,285,3-11) foi
tho fiscal year 1007.
Knole A Great House.
Kuolu Is gentlo antl venerable
... It Is, above all, an Kngtlsh
house. It has the tone of Knglaiid;
It melts Into the green of the garden
turf, Into tho tawnier green or tho
park beyond; Into the blue of the pnlo
Kngllsh sky; It settles down Into Its
hollow nniongst the -iishloned tops of
tho trees; the brown-red of those roofs
of liumblo farms and pointed oast
houses, such as slain over a wlda
landscape tho tpilllllke pattern of the
Holds. V. Saekvlllo-We.st. In "KnoU
and the Sackvllles.''
Flnvorlnrj Roquefort Cheese.
Holes In Itoipiefort cheese nre
placed there by machinery to admit
air antl enablo the mold to grow, thus
giving the desired 'Invnr.
"There's a Reason"
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