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title: 'The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, April 28, 1921, Image 8',
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Bring In Your Harness
With the beginning of spring work on the farm
comes additional demands on your equipment.
Inspect your harness, and for the best of repair
work give me a trial.
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Nebraska when a total of 7906 bush
els was reported by F. C. Crocker of
Fillev. director of the project in this
county. Cars wero requisitioned and
the corn is now on its way to the
rtaning pcrplo of Europe and the
Near East. It haa been estimated
that 5 bushels of corn would savotho
life of a child. Gage county takes
the credit for Raving nearly 1800
children. This project is closing with
a rush in the corn belt states.
Sabbath Scliool ut 10 o'clock a
Superintendent.!. M. Hewitt.
Topic "lJIble Tcni'liliich About Hiii.
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NOW come the IMtfa-Cnlvcs-Colts-Lnmbs. Time for work
horses and mules to ohed. Timo to tono them up and drive
out the worms.
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic
A Spring Conditioner and Worm Expcllcr
Fcod It to your fown for IU tiyRtrm-tonlntf. lwcl-clfnnslntt.npprU?lnBcf-focU-nnd
to Condition ll.cir for calvin. ,11 rnennn moro milk, tcc.l t to brood
iowB nnd shoals to drivo mil tho worms. It relieves l.rood sown f nMvaUoa.
Excellent fo' cwm nt limlilntf time. It rontalnBlonlra for the Ration. Loxa
tlvcn for tho trowels. Diuretics for tho kidneys. Vcrmifutfcs for tlio wonuis.
Why pay the Peddler Twice My Price?
Wc have the Dr. Hess Agency. Call on us,
Chas. L. Cotting : The Druggist
7Wf tn how much stock you havt. Ve have a package to stilt.
An expert potato Rrov ?r located at
Snurtreon. Colorado. 22 miles frm tho
nearest railroad, was recently isiUd'
by a delegation of Farm Ihircau mem
We from Scolis BlufF county, con-
. sting of A. C. Morrison, C. C. Par-
rih, L. A. Montz and Agricultural
Agent Phil Sheldon. Mr. Spurgeon
whose name was given to the town
has given ycarj of study to the po
tato industry. Seed from his fields
tost 100 per cent under the Colorado
certification law and arc 99 per cent
free from disease. Despite his isola
ted place he is receiving the very
top prices for his seed.
Nebraska University was the first
institution in the United States to
start Co-operative Marketing Courses,
but since a request was sent out by
J. K. Howard, president of the Amer
ican Farm Bureau federation, asking
the different colleges and universities
to include such work in their curricu
lum, several favorable replies have
been received, expressing the keenest
interest in such courses. Thirteen
schools give definite assurance that
this work will be offered and twelve
report that they have already made
plans for such training.
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At 10:15 tlio UoU'ib'fc In prujer will
ml In t b church purloi Cundiictrr
Mlhi Mary ChrlMlmi.
Hrtnoruit" tmil morning huiuon at
ll ocloc'x. A "urtiiinet'o to Hit? li'tlu
iinjoii rhMiiy ''Stairing tl. Flift
Itni'ij ' oi "DeUvvjujl Ironi a luirfitfii
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7:15 p in, I he SHiiiorith'6. vUl n
soinblf Lcrtih'i', iJe.icon Goble
8 p in , the pustor will pt'iik up"ii
"A Double AcnHtlo," or "The Giving
of n I'alrof Mitts."
Vott uro invited to b'fir tho above
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At Red Cloud "Auditorium Ball Room
WENMSDAY EVENING, MAY 4th
AFTER THE SHOW
Everybody come and enjoy a real hop
Good Music Admission $1.10 Spectators 25c
Mean a Great Deal to Every Woman
GOOD CLOTHES do help wonderfully lo get every ounce of "The
JpSfc2SinS- that's why it is a real pleasure for this storetoYajisist
wojncn jp4le choosing of good things to wear. Good clothes, at this
woman's store, do not necessarily mean expensive cjotlics. flnl.fact our
policy is-"Thc most of the best at the most economical price"-consistent
with the quality you desire. We have just received and placed in stock
for your selection a most beautiful line of
Wonderful New Blouses
Spring and Summer Models
Dainty, filmy Waists and Blouses in every popular stylo and material.
Beautiful Geoigottes, Crepe Do Chines and Novelty Tub Silks. Also in
check whito fabrics. An unusually beautiful lino of waists and blouses
and '. IJiJYJ
ATIiRAXl) XmVPIiJCtiS Til A T WILL PLEASE YO U
Our new spring and summer lines are now in in dozens of other at
tractive clothing, rtirnismngs ana sewing nccus. This store is nean-
quaiters ior the worm's nnest.
Warner's Rust-Proof Cojrsets
A CORRECT MODEL FOR EVERY WOMAN
Newest Styles 2 Materials
It's time now to get your spring and summer sewlngiplnnned. To best
plan your sewing come in and r.ce our wonderful vnow line of spring and
summer i '
Dress Materials and Yard Goods
A Complete line of Everything You Could Possibly 'Need to Make
Your Sewing a Success I
THE WOMAN'S STORK
Red Ooud, Nebraska
Dr. W.ii.Mc Bride
OVBR STATU HANK
R d Cloud
Don't go anywhere else to buy
W HAVE THEM
J. F. Edwards, Mgr. Red Cloud, Neb.
The Feriiers I)
In the Neighborhood of COO now
members wore secured in the farm
bureau cumpaign held in Thayer
countv a week ago. according to the
report-of J. N. Norton, Chairman of
the Organization Committee. J. A.
Crawford of Beardslcy, Kansas, for
merly campaign manager in Nebras
ka spoke at several meetings during
tho week. Mr. Norton said that
Clean-Up Campaigns had been con
ducted the past week in Butler, Otoe,
Gage, Lincoln and Scotts Bluff counties.
Onnosition to tho daylight saving
bill, sponsored by tho United States
Chamber of Commerce has been tak
en by the executive committee of
the Nebraska Farm Bureau federa
tion. This action was taken atftno
last meeting of tho board, 'lhc Din
as proposed favors daylight saying
five months in the year.
The offer of tho Farmers' Union
State Exchange to give wholesale
prices to all faun bureau precinct
secretaries in communities where
there is no Union store was unani
mously accepted by the executive
committee of the state federation,
and word to this effect has been sent
to the county bureaus.
The Hereford breeders of Webster
county met recently and after hear
ing M. B. Posson, Extension Special
ist, adopted a constitution and by
laws for a county association. Tho
following officers for the ensuing
year have been elected. Frank
Bean Red Cloud, President, Earl
Mattock, Bladen, Vice-president, P.
H. Sarrick, Bladen, Secretary-treasurer.
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WI? NEW EMSN
V-W ' " "The Phonograph with a Soul"
Jesse Robertson of Madison county,
a member of the farm bureau, says
that flint corn is more desirable for
hogging down than ordinary varieties
of dent corn. Mr. Robertson tried
this out for several years, before
changing to flint corn entirely for
hogging. Ho said that tho hogs
would go for tho flint and leave the
dent com until tho last.
Dawson county will have its first
crop of soy beans this fall. C. T.
White of Grant precinct and Win.
Shackley are giving the bean a try
out. They expect to plant them with
corn and hog them off this fall. It
is thought that soy beans are adapt
ed to soil conditions in this county.
A great deal of interest has been
taken in tho pig clubs organized in
Snunrim'S pnimtv. FoUl" clubs ai'C
now formed with local leaders in
charge. Ono of tho Wnhoo clubs has
15 members. Some of the things
discussed nt tho club meetings arc;
discaso control,, forage crops, bal
anced ratton-, self-feeders, ho oilers
and judging. Carl Jones, assistant
gtato loader, will be in the county
th forepart of May.
Bon Williams of Kmmm City ar
rived in tho city Saturday to visit
his sister, Mr". K. O. Caldwell and
The American Legion vm tlvo
danco in tho Ball -Room of tluAud'
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Which phonograph one that
Re-Creates music, or one that
plays nothing but the talking-!
The New Edison gives you those wonderful
Re-Creatiqns of music, which make you feel
that you are listening to the living artist The
New Edison also plays the records of all the
principal talking-machine companies.
Only theNewEdison does both these things.
Only the New Edison sustains the test of direct
comparison with living artists, thus proving
that there is no difference between it's Re
Creation of music and the original music.
We deliver your New Edison on a small
down payment We'll make a gentleman's
agreement with you so that you can take
care of the balance at your convenience.
Ask about our Budget Flan.
E. H. Newhouse
Licensed jEdison Dealer
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Hits Paulino Gdlutly wont to Lin
coln Thursday morning after spend
ing several weeks ' here .with her
brother, II. C. Gollatly and wife. Miss
Rachrl Cowden accompanied her to
Lincoln -where she spent a few .da'3
The combined committees of P. E.
O. and Commercial Club have set
aside Tuesday, May 2, as Clean-Up
Day. Mayor Potcrson has ordered
that business houses be closed until
10 o'clock. All citizens aro asked to
eo-opcrate in-this lnUw:. ,
Mrs. R. C. Minter went to Lincoln
Thursday morning where sho will
visit her aunt.
Gary Zeiss, Will Sunberry,, Idarinn
Mercer, Carl McArthur nnd Ciias.
Lindley attended tho ball gamo at
LaYrcnpp Sunday nftcrnoon.
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