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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1916)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
To Get Fertile Eggs
Cull the Hock rigidly for weak stock.
Select on the ImMs of vljor, -i.i. unit
Vkv I'M'y mature sUn-k.
I'se r..ale of the laie, vigorous
type, i.uuiiig well-developed liretiiU.
strength of liono. good .! oil comb tniil
wattle, unit brltrht eye-.
lieme.aber the male i.s halt thu Hook.
It 1 ,) necessiry to buy new blood
every , ar.
A uV-i ruble inal- slioulil bo ued for
two or tunc your- for best result
Allow stock fiee access to rnvs
range, unit feed sparingly. I'niltry
Suction, College of Agriculture
Tree, shrubs, plunts iiml vines judic
iously planted mound a house niiikc it
n plnco of beauty in which to dwell
Now is thu time to look iiround about
you and sec what Is needed to make
your homo more attractlvu. If every
home owner would plant a tree, vine,
shrub or plant each spr'ng Nebraska
in it few years time would be known
f rin coast to coast as one of tlio most
delightful places In which to live.
I'laii this spring to help make each
neighborhood and community a hotter
anil nioro attractive place in which to
1 ve by beautifying your own home
H. E. GRICE DRUG CO
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Does It Run On Kerosene?
TAHE most important feature of a farm power
engine today is the fuel it uses.
That, more than anything else, determines
its usefulness and economy.
At present prices of gasoline and kerosene, you
could not afford to accept a gasoline engine as a gift,
if you had to use it.
You could better afford to pay a big premium for a
Mogul kerosene engine.
See the Mogul work on kerosene. Ask your dealer
to show you the difference in fuel cost between a
Mogul in any size from 1 to 50-H. P., and a gasoline
engirre of the same size. The figures will surprise
International Harvester Company of America
Mogul kerosene engine are told by
White Hardware Co., Guide Rock, Neb.
W. H. Hobart, Riverton, Neb.
At Wotner, Kansas, Commencing At 10 A. M. On
Thursday. March 30
V Kmf VtftWV
Democratic Candidate for Governor1
Born and roared in Nebraska, i m
Stands for a constructive rather 1 7A
than an experimental program. MJ
His election will mean a con- C
tinuance of clean, busincss-hko
and eflicientexecutivo administration.
March Bulletin of Rate Attractions
LOW ONlvWAV KAU1W TO PACITIC (OAST;
This .Sprint,' season oflow one-way fares to California, Washington, Oregon
Uu!. Idaho. Monlaiia, "will last only fiom March 'J.'.tli to Apiil 1 ttli. luelii
i32..Vi one-way to tho Coast, mi.i 27."' ti Ut ill. Salt Iike, ldahci, Central
Montana, Uutto District, etc,
Apply curly forthioujrh touilst hleepr-r accommodations in tlio UurlinK
ton's'llirontr1' hfrvlot' route!, via Scenic Colorado, Salt l.iUe, to California
or ov.'r the dir.ct north AOHt.muln line through IStlllnp. to Seattle.
ROCKY MOI'NTAIN NATIONAL l'AKKS:
The cumiiifr season will bring tlio greatest voliuno of Eastern tourists into
KoeUy Mountalii National Estcs nuic, i ellowstono I'.uk, iiiueier .National
l'nrlt. ybt recorded. Speelal tours will ho arranged by co-operation lie
tween the railroails mi I the (lovernmont. Automobile tours ami routes
will be greatly exten i - . and the Rocky Mountain Nutlonal l'arks Tour is
coins? to be inade n.oie attractive tlinn ever. Such a vacation tour will pay
you a tremendous health .lividond, bo-ddes being tlio scenic adventures of
a life time, It Is imiio too eaily to be thinking over buoIi u possible trip
and asking me how It can best bo made.
N. B. Bush, Tlckot Agent, Red Cloud, Nebr.
L. W. WAKELEY, General Passonger Agt.
lOOt Farnani Street, Omaha, Nebr.
1 56 Head of Stock-House and Lots
1916 Model Overland Automobile
MIAMI L SUnOR
Rtftlliean Capiat dr eiiMMr
JdK Satton aUuxU for anoew
agaaMBt to Uacfttloiial IoaUtM
tloM, SUU Wattr Power DatvIob-
meat. Irriftfoa, Ts RedaeUon,
Better Piblle BervUw. the Abe41ik
Bout of the Brewery and 8tooa,
tad Better Kaforceaeat of Law.
THI DRYS CAN WIN A VICTORY
Y CENTCRINQ ON 8UTTOH
Horses and Mules
12 head 3-year old horses and mares: 5
head 2-year old horses and mares: 1
coming yearling colt: 2 mules coming
4 years old; 8 mules 2 years old: 1 mule
3 years old: 3 jinnies, all are extra good:
1 brood mare 10 years old; 1 grey mare
7 years old.
Cows and Hogs
2 good milk cows; 20 head of fine brood
1,000 bushels ear corn.
1 wagon and 1 buggy.
Fine Home at Auction
What is known as the Dr. Watts resi
dence in Womer, will he sold at this
sale to the highest bidder. This is a
nice property and makes a fine home
or would be a good investment. Terms
will be made to suit the purchaser. Its
the chance of a life time.
1916 Overland Auto
This is a 5-passcnger car, a new 1916
model that is in excellent shape and is
as good as new. Better come and bid
if you want a good car cheap.
LUNCHtBY WOMER HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY
TERMS:-Ten months at 10 pt r cent. Tormt to suit on house and lot.
Hester & Brown, Auet.
Emmett Womer, Clerk
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JUDGE ALBERT J. CORNISH
Candidate for Judge of the Su
Is now serving his twenty-first year
as Judge of the district court of Lan
Reputed to have a profound knowl
edge of the law, absolutely Impartial
and human In his Judgments. Mature,
but vigorous and active.
His neighbors have five times want
ed him to be their Judge.
HARRISON G. PALMEB
GEORGE J. HUNT
A Lawyer of Wide Experience
For Associate Justice of the
Twenty-five years In Omaha, ten
years In Bridgeport, western Nebraska,
has made George J. Hunt a most de
sirable candidate for the State Su
Those who know him call him "A
young man with a ripe legal experience."
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR
PLAIT & FREES
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HENRY COOK, M. D.
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES
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IF YOU WANT A:
Admitted to practice 1395.
Member of American Bar Association
Probate Judge of Clay County foi
No case appealed from his court hai
ever been reversed In Supremt
Court of Nebraska.
Active In securing thu passage of thi
Insurance Code BUI, Workmen'i
Compensation Act, County Tel
ephone Bill and other reform meas
'THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE"
A lifelong experience as a farmer
teacher, lawyer, legislator and Judgi
makes him truly "The People's Can
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VOluHEHT OH A IWAKKER
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Hight find Erected Right
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THE ALARM is it dretuirul tliinu
OF" FIRE for tlio man without
insurance. Kvery time he sees the
oiih'iuo.s ruuiiiff aloiin Ills liemt comes
up In his throat If the fire Is anywhere
near his place. What folly, what mis
THE COST OF is so small that it
INSURANCE need hardly be
considered. The freedom from worry
alone is worth it many times ovei
Have us ItiMire you to-day.
O. C. TEEL,
8 OVERlflG BROS. & GO.
(if Makers of Artistic Monuments
yl Red Cloud, Nebraska
W. F. ST0ECKER
Stat Riiulttlon ol Buwtrs.
Tai ill Liquors by Riiiddi Stamps Itsuid by cm
Hlhir Tu en Wklskij t is la OOOD ROADS tut.
Balance ol Miuy ti si distributed preptrtlauttli
aneoi ALL public sebsois.
W. F. STOECKER
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