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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1923)
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CHIEF
IKE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nobrrvelm
PUBLISHED EVERV THURSDAY
nntcrcd In the rontotllce nt lied (loud, Nob
M Second Clfies Matter'
A B. McAIiTHUK, Editor aud Owner
Foreign, per column inch 15c
Locnl. " ' " 12.fel5
t!ev,.,rc cf Ccrcet;i
A I !! Ill (i.'M-is recently caused
tlic ilf.itli of ii oi;na woman who wiif
fklln' In Swilxi rlniiil, She fell over
ii lt"i.' Into deep snow. The done
jilciccil her heart tun she died linnio-
Whtn Cht.nce Befrlendt.
Jntiilors luivo gone a long wny to
wards producing to order whatever
man and his Industries require. But
lnventliiii Is not .vet an exact science
and neer Is likely to be. Artisans
and experimenters continue to stum
ble upon useful discoveries. So with
Roentgen of X-ray fame. While work
lug over his vacuum tubus ho was un
expectedly called out of the room. He
left a hulli still Blowing on the book
ho had been reading, and In the book
was a large, antique key used as a
bookmark, while beneath the volume
there happened to bo a photographic
plateholder he had ready for an out
ing that afternoon. When developing
some plates later, there upon one of
them ho found the shadow of the key.
He sought an explanation of the curi
ous phenomenon by replacing the
"properties" and energlzIiuT-the tube
as before. There was the shudow
again on the plate. The X-ray was
Inventors of Bells.
The Invention or bells Is attributed
to the Egyptians, who are credited
with having made use of percussion
Instruments to announce tiie sacred
fetes of Osiris many centuries ago.
X "TVlCO N
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 120x
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1 SUN., JUNE 17, 3p.m.:
The following is the lino-up of tint local team:
Piur, 2nd base HuiT. right Held
Denton, short stop Elmore. 3rd base
Walgreen. Catcher Palmer, left held
Versaw. 1st base Greenhalgh. c. f.
The Osborne nine is a strong team all around and
they have an exceptionally good pitcher.
Come out and sec this game as it will
be a good one
Children 12 to 16, 2Sc.
3 11 C
STAW HAT TIME
10 SEE OUR WONDERFUL LINE OF
NEW STRAW HATS
NEW BLOCKS NEW SHADES NEW PRICES
ALSO A NEW SNAPPY LINE
YOUNG MEN'S SPORT SUITS
$18.50 io $37.50
NEW OXFORDS NEW CAPS
The Cowden-Kaley CIo. Co.
i Always Reliable
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Mel Slienm.li left for O'Nell this
week, and will go to Ureeley, Colo,
A. Oulusha is bulldiug it Hue nddi
lion to his rcsldetice property.
Mr. Sellar has been appointed assist
unt engineer at the city water house.
Will Karnes 1ms received his new
sprinkler and it is a dandy sure enough.
The Misses Bllft utid Laura Items
burg left for New Mexico yesterday
John Criins says ho will not uso city
water from a fear of having sand bar
in his stomach, and yet Keel Cloud city
water Is at good as Omaha water or
Unit of Beatrice, und that is not saying
Mrs. Rout. Damerell left this week
for a visit In Illinois.
llugh Miner has gone to Indiana. He
w.ll stop at the Wot Id's Fair before re
turning. 10 YKAKS AGO
On Sunday evening at six o'elock
Miss Htanehe Herriek was united in
mairiage to Mr. Hoy Sattley, at the
home of her parents, Mr. iihd Mrs. Chas
Herriek, who reside lu the west part of
tjwu. The ceremony was performed
by Kev. K. N. Tompkins and was wit.
nosed by only 11 few of the immediate
telatives of both parties
Miss Fay Teel has accepted a position
in the Weesuer, 1'erry k Co., store.
Miss Piiiehul Cowdcu Is visiting her
friend Miss Mario Wooisey in Superior
Miss Margaret Heal is homo from
Lincoln wheie she has been attending
the state university.
Miner Sherwood, who has beeu study
ing law at the state university for the
past four years, graduated this week.
A. U. Kaley aud wife arrived home
Monday evening from Chicago at which
place .Mrs. Kaley went some time Bgo
to receive medical treatment.
Miss Vernon Storey departed Toes
d.iy for New York, where she will sail
for Europe for a stay of lumontli6 She
will accompany a large number of
State University Teachers. After a
visit in various p;uts of Europe, they
will return to Merlin, Germany and
taku a post graduate course ill German
wait until you have. You w'H do the
implement dealer "and yourself n fnv
or If you refuse to sign a note to pay
f r it.
"A;c vou making nil the tire you
can of your horse? You wi 1 gain
Utile or nothing if you add an addi
tional burden to farm prwer equip
tnent which is already sufficient."'
HOLD IDEAL HIGH
Worth-While Thoughts on Choos
ing a Husband.
WILL FARM TK-i-CTOUS
After telling what u fanner knows
about horses, George M. Rommel, 'n
the Juno issue ci" TV.c Farm Journal
"Does the fanner knew as much
.iiK.ut his tract r? No. And that .
hugely rosyonslb'c for tractor fail
ure, when failures occur. It :s not
.lie ole reason by any means, but
t probably has been the cause of
more disappointment with tractors
than any other single cau.se."
I'vofessor Ratiehcnstoin, of the Uni
vcrsity of Illinois, who is one of the
best aut'.ior'tics - f fa.'in power, ac
cording to The I''arm .lournnl article,
says "that unlo s a man is willing to
study the tractor thoroughly and give
his tractor as good caie as he d cs
his horses, he had better let tractors
To this The Farm Journal author
"Professor Hibbard, of the L'niver
sky of Wisconsin says many a farm
or could make a far more economical
-isc of his horses than he now d cs.
If you have three little 11200 pound
horses, you could probably get just
as much or more work with 'ess
feed and man labor out of two 1G00
or 1800-pound ones.
"Most sensible farm lior p -wners
arc willing to concede that the trac
tor has its place? most sensible manu
facturers have abandoned the idea of
the horseless, or completely motor
"It is an exceptional farm," contin
uses The Farm Journal story, "that
use a tractor more than fifty days
eacli year: the average is nearer
thirty Figure out lor yourself how
much it means if you lose one of
those days on account of a breakdown
due to lack of care.
"You know men who never have
any trouble with their hor.-cs, and
you know others whose horses pick
up cveryting that c mes along, from
di! temper to strokes of lightning. It's
ju.t the same v itii farm machinery,
some farmers always break some
thin, every time they touch a lever,
while others can make any old ma
chine 'run like a bird '
"The tractor has sJiown its ability
to pull a pltw, d'sk and harrow com-,
bination as effectively as iiore, and
't will put the job 'out or the way
-so much more quickly that the time
Mied easily compensates for any ad
''itionnl c st. This tine saving ele
ment is tlio most important item in
f .or of the tractor,"
The Farm Journal concludes: "F'n
ally -the" mattor of cost must be
thoroughly considered. Hnve you the
cash to pay for the machine? If not,
'"cordlno to Minister, Woman Must
Demand That Man's Character
Shall Be of the Best.
Let American girls of the present
generation hold men to highest stand
ards and the men will be raised to
them accordingly, stated the Hev.
Merrltt Earl of the Homestead Meth
odist Episcopal church, lialtlmore, In
a recent sermon, "How to Choose n
"Never lower your Ideal of the man
you want to marry," he said. "Keep
your standard high and we men will
follow. One reason people claim that
there arc no good men today Is be
cause women do not expect, do not
demand, the best that Is In men. The
worldly man, the spendthrift, the cig
arette fiend, the dancer, the boQy.er,
the self-styled 'perfect man' nnd nu
merous others are exiled from the
candidate I would choose as a future
mate were I the womnn choosing. On
the other hand, your future husband
should ho one whom you can trust
and one whom you can love In spite
of poverty, should poverty he your
luck In married life.
" 'But how can I bo sure he Is the
right qinn?' most young women ask
today. To them I say, give the matter
your utmost und careful consideration
before taking the step. When the man
makes the mistake In choosing the
wrong mate he has his lodge room and
club, both of which he usually works
overtime. When she makes the mis
take, only death can rectify It." Here
Is the preacher's warning:
"Never run after n man, and neVer
marry to reform him. Let him light
to get you. If he doesn't think enough
of you to marry you he's not worth
the having. Reforming a man Is a
thankless job, so don't tackle It."
The requirements of the ideal hus
band, according to the Hev. Mr. Earl's
list, are that ho possess: 1. Good man
ners. 'J. Geniality of soul. l. Kind
ness. -1. Sympathy. i. Industry. 0.
Truthfulness. 7. Richness In character
rather than richness In money. S. A
And If you want to be certain your
husband is "Mr. night" who will make
your lift happy owr after, di not
marry, says the Rev. Mr. Earl, the
man who is: 1. Woildly. Timitiitlnns
will set him some day and will wreck
our matrimonial 1 To, sooner or later.
Shun him. 'J. Sblftles. No wife can
supply a man with backbone, lie must
be a live-wire and your bread winner.
:?. A cigarette (lend. 4. A scoffer of
religion. 5. A darner. The fol-dc-rol
dancer educates his heels rather than
his head. Avoid him. d. A boozer. Ills
habits will lead you to the almshouse.
7. The maker of excuses. Catch him
In a lie and say gond-ulght and good
by before you marry him. S. A spend
thrift and gambler. You'll get the
crust and he the bread.
"You smile and say this Is a pretty
high standard today," the preacher
added. "Hut I tell you there are good
men In this world. Don't be In too
much of a hurry to marry aud you
will llnd one."
Reindeer Meat as Food.
Helndeer meat Is said to be better
than beef. And In the North the deer
llourlsh. It Is said that the meat will
be eaten all over the United States In
n few years. The federal government
has been successful In raising herds of
reindeer In Alnskn. In 1S02, 171 head
were Imported from Siberia. There are
many herds at the present time, some
of them numbering 1200,000 hPuds.
More than 100,000 hnve been killed for
their meat and skins. Recently the
Hudson's Hay company has leased 110,
000 square miles of Arctic meadow
land for the purpose of rnlslng rein
deer for a profit. " Already Loinan &
Co., the largest private reindeer breed
ers in Alajka, have shljpod several
hundred carcasses to the United
States. The muslcox, too, a combina
tion of the cow and sheep, also thrives
In the North. Its flesh Is tasty and
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU WHEN
YOU WANT SOME
Whatever price we quote, you
may be sure that the quality of work
you receive will be the best it is pos
sible to produce.
We will be glad to come to your
place o! business, and talk it over.
The Red Gloud Gbief
OVER STATJ3 BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
If ! if I 'wlfiFVu flh3jElf,r,"'lftKl
Wiping Out Pests.
Many predatory animals are caught
In their dens by government hunters,
who are experienced and sulllclently
fearless to work their way through
narrow, dark tunnels and attack
wolves, coyotes or mountain lions at
close quarters. They usually get the
adult female and a number of pups.
Out of 1,791 animals taken In Montana
during 191212 by predatory-animal hunt
ers employed by the biological survey
of the United States Department of
Agriculture and the state fish and
game commission, .'IIS were taken In
dens, 9(19 were trapped, 141 shot, 191
poisoned and 1 snared. Dogs were em
ployed in taking 1!!S, Skins and scalps
of all the animals secured were turned
in to the district olllce of the bureau
ns evidence of capture. The number
Included l.filt coyotes, 55 bobcats, o0
wolves, :1S linns, 17 benrs and SI mis
cellaneous anlsnnls .
COMFORT for it means a cool kitchen. '
Economy for it wastes no fuel. You burn
kerosene oil only when you need it. Efficiency
for a Florence Oil Stove is easy and quick of
operation and every bit of heat is concentrated
close under the cooking. ""Jfi'
Come in and let our salesmen show its manyj
TRINE'S HARDWARE STORE
Look the Old Top over and see if you don't need a
New One. Tops Made to Order.
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Saddlery
2 Doors South ol Farmers Union.
M ORDER TO
Bell Phone 29
Ind. Phone 12
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