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BID CLOUD, MBBIASKA, CHEIF
dramatic poem, B
IHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nobrnsktv.
r'UBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Intend In tlio I'cutcnirn at Htil (loud, Neb
m Second Class Matter"
A. B. MeARTHUR, Editor ami Owi c
THE ONliY DP.MOOItATH) 1'AI'ICU IN
Foreign, per column Inch' 15c
Local. " ' 0i. 12
JANUARY 13 and 14
New Year Greetings
We Wish You All A
HAPPY NEW YliAK
We thank you for your
patronage during iptp,
and : shall endeavor
merit ( cojtfutuoute of
thruout theryear that is'
just begtin )nf-io2o.
The:Refr Cloud 'Chief x
Air Line Starts in April
Morrill Dimond liana communication
from the Hif-htowur Aerial Tnumport.
at ion company to the oll'eot thnt lb Is
plariiiiiiR to slnrt its passenger service
In April. Tho company plans to wso a
a ('.pnssene;ur plane which will have
tluee ir0-lioisopowur enittos which
will bo so attached aud constructed
that any one of the throe will take the
piano to the next lauding Hold. The
passenger compartment is to be very
comfortably ilttod and it is the idea
that the trip from Kansas City to Colo
rado Springs can bo hladc in seven
horns. The fare now planned is twice
ordinary passenger md pullman rates
whioh would ninke the trip referred to
cost f"0. The landing' fields decided
upon are said to be Seneca, Murysville,
Washington, Mankato, Smith .Center,
Phillipsburg, Norton, Seldon and a
number of points in Colorado. This
company has spent ciuite a little monoy
in tlio project nnd seems to menu bus!
noss. it will not be long to wait until
tlio time set for starting the service
which may become u reality in the
coming year. Smith County Journal,
Farm Bureau Notes
Colorado Idaho New Mexico Missouri
10.000 acres eastern Colorado. 90 per cent tractor land
well grassed, near markets.
3600 acres Tine irrigated land in southern Idaho improved
"with several sets improvements, 300 acres alfolfa, line to
subdivide into 70 acre tracts. Can double your money.
5200 acres N. Mexico, 15000 acres can be irrigated. 4000
unocnn water- balance will be eariy in spring. $15 per acre.
35000 acres in southern Missouri, large portion tillable,
would make fime stock and grain ranch.
S39 First Natl Bank Bldg. OMAHA, NEBRASKA 1
""""'"t"r'n'Hinbit '") mii mmi'ti miin unii i mj
Sunday, January 4
10 a. m. Sunday School
11 a. m. Preaching Service
2 p. m. Service at South Side Mission
6:30 p. rn. C. E. Service
7:00 p. m. Sermon. "Are the Churches in Red Cloud to
Hlnme tor INol Having Revivals? I
1 "Hess's Poultry Panacea"
s or - i tho best tonics and egg producrs on
the i it and has been used here for years.
Wi'-V. ell -'MORE EGG" the popular
ndvn . - article for making hens lay. Fully
fitiarai .- to produce RESULTS OR YOUR
THAQ I rHTTIMr &Thn nrimma.fr' I
SAMJTXKJ. JG.JU VV1 1 111 VI w '"ftb" H
Economy In Beef Production Comes
From Better Blood. Good Herd Bull
Is First Step Toward Better Calves.
The use of more and better pure
bred sires is a dependable method of
decreasing the cost of rib roasts and
beefsteak, because cattle of better
blood make more economical and rap
id gains than do their scrub-unces
tored rivals. Buying a good herd bull
is the first stop ir. growing better
calves at much less per pound. In com
mon or native cow herds, calves sired
by purebred bulls weigh omtuftaver-
age about 125 pounds more a heaa
when one year old than youngsters
of the same age sired by the average
tun of scrub bulls, and they will sell
for about 2 cents a pound more as
stockors and feeders. Two-year-old
steers, sired by good purebrafJ&ulls
weigh or. an average about 200 pj&nda
a head more than steers paren
scrub bulls, and sell for abp'i
cents' a pound more as stockc'rftTrnd
feeders. V v
This difference in price; of thq two
classes of calves and sfeers applies
not simply to the difference in weight,
hut to the total weight. For instance,
in the case of yearlings, scrubs weigh
about 300 pounds, and sell for about
9 cents a pound, whi!e grades at the
same ago weigh about 425 pounds
and will sell for 11 cents a pound. Two
.vt-ur oiu scruu.s wuigll llOOUC 020
pounds a head and, valued at 8 cepts
a pound, will bring $12 apiccc,"while
grades of equal age weigh about 725
pounds and at 11 cents a pound as
stockors and feeders, bring $87.
HENRY R. FAUSCH,
County Agricultural Agent.
K. B. Spuirlor loit another goi 1
(Jeotgo King i kept buy butcher,
lug fur the neighbor.
T. 8. Spurriur and wlf vpiut Si u
day at Austin Spurrier'.
.Tins Logan luwrmhlp board inert tn,
was held Monday Mt the J-ni Cii ' nn
Misses (J nice, Louis.' n I
Brown visited with (uu. .!
Ernest Uozni tli and fimily iM'.i
with .Mr. and Mts. K, 13. hpiri i aat
Jesse Hocking and family woro very
pleusautly entertained at the hurtiest
Freeman homo Sunday.
Jesso Hocking will have a sale In
tho uoar future iind will move with
his family to California.
Mrs. D. 1C. Orewcll and daughters,
Misses Edith and Ella, spent Sunday
with Mrs E. E. Spurrier.
E. E. Spurrier and wife and Earl
Abbott and wife ate Xmas dinner ut
the Robt. Lannigan home.
Mrs. F. M. Brown visited with her
parents, Mr. aud Mrs. George Rhorer
in Smith Ceuter last week.
D. K. Grewell spent a fow days last
week with homo folks, but left Sunday
to resume his work in Red Cloud.
Little Ralph Brown who has been
very low with rheumatism for tho last
six weeks is some better at this writ
Civil Service Examination
An open competitive examination
under the rules of the U. S. Civil Ser
vice Commission for tho position of
Clerk (Male aud Female) in the Post
Office Red Cloud, Nebraska, will be
held on Saturday, January 10, 1920,
commencing at 9 o'clock a. m.
Applications for this examination
must be made on the prescribed 4form,
which, with necessary instructions,
may be obtained from the Commission's
local representative, Marion B'nom,
Secretary Civil Service Board, at the
Red Cload, Nebraska I'oH Otlice, or
from the undersigned.
All persons wishing to take this ex
amination should secure blanks nnd
tile their applications with the under
signed at onco in order to allow time
for any necessary corrections aud to
arrange for the examination.
.Mr J. M. Shoemaker Secretary Civil
Service Board St.JPauJ, Minnesota.
1 An Act of Congress. approved July
U, 119, provide: "TjSat hereafter in
making appointments4 to clerical aud
I .by Ipther positions in the executive branch
or the Government In the District of
CdVnmbia orelewhere preference shall
bc'RiVen to lionorablyju'iselinrged.sold'
jers, sailors Hiid marines, and widows
o('sich, and to tho wives of Injured
soldiers sailois and murines who them
selves are not qualified, but whose
wjvef are qualified to hold such posi
tions." Applicants who are entitled to the
benefit of thk ac. should attach to
their applications their original dis-
charge or a photostat or certiliod copy
thereof or the ollicial record of their
i'i viee, which will Ue returned to them
after inspection by the Commission.
Notice to Stockholders
The Annual Meeting of the Farmers
I'uiun Co-opurativo Association is call
ed for January 20, 1H20, at 10 a. m in
the Odd Fellows hall. Every Stock,
holder should he present as a Board of
Directors will be elected for 1D20.
litinch served by the Ladles Aid society
in the hall al noon.
By tile Board of Director.
Glycerine,, Mixture for Gas
on" Stomach V'
Simple glycerin, ntifiklhorn baik,
etc., as mixed in Adlord ka relieves
ANY CASE gas on stomach or sour
stomach. It acts on both upper hikI
lower howul and removes all foul mat
ter which poisoned stomach. Oflen
Cl'RES constipation 1'ievents iippon.
dicttis. Tho INSTANTpleasnut action
of Adler-l-ku surpiiius both ductus
and patients. One man who suffered
livo years fiom indigestion and cnns'l
pation was helped by ONE dose.- C I,.
I am ready 'to make you n farm
loan in any amount and at the low
est rate of interest.
It is a well known and conceded
fact that I can get you a loan with
absolutely no delay for inspection or
otherwise. All that is required is
on abstract of title and your money Is
ready for you. Office opposite the E.
G. Caldwell law office.
J. H. BAILEV.
Four Duroc Jersey Boaivi, recorded
Two at $25.00 each, one at $35.00 and
ono at $50.00,,
TAKEN UP A red steer calf.
Owner can have same by paying for
its keep and also the advertising. G.
of the Past
Stop working and
worrying over the
holes that wont stay
darned. Buy Armor
Plate Hose for the
whole family. It takes
a long time to wear a
even with children's
romping play. Made
of the strongest and
best yarn obtainable
knit to shape and size
exactly auddyed with
Harms-Not Dye (it ab
solutely will not
rot, burn or weak
en the yarn).
stockings fit in
with the policy of
our 9tore Dccauit; they're the very
best for the money. All sizes all
prices. We recommend them the
makers' guarantee' them.
: ,. "See them today.
Mrs. Barbara Phares
GEO. W. HUTCHISON
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
Office Phones: Bell Red 33, Farmers' 63. Residence: Bell Red 177
Renl Estate, Insurance, Loans, and Abstracts
Combination stock and grain farm, 70 acres pasture, 25 ncrco
alfalfa, balance under cultivation; cultivated land all level except about
20 acres; five room house, stable for 8 head of rorses, small granary,'
Ktiragc, silo, cow and hog sheds, well and windmill and only 20 feet to
water, about five acres of heavy timber fenced hog tight, good oichard,
close to school, on R. P. D. and telephone, two nnd one-half miles to
town, $75.00 per acre.
All under cultivation except about 20 acies; 80 acres on the fam
ous Ptaiiie Dog valley, level as a floor and the very best black loam
alfalfa and corn ground, balance gentle slope. Good six-room house,
well and windmill, small stable, corn ciib, garage, etc. Mile and a half
to' town on a peifcctiy level road. This is one of the choice farms in
this valley, and land of this character has sold in the same neighbor
hood during the past few months from .$125 to .$135 per acre. Close
to schoorand on R. P. D. and telephone. Price 100 per acre.
Possession may be had on either of these farms March 1, 1920,
and may be bought, on a payment of $2,500 cash, balance up to one
half of purchase price March 1, 1920, and owner will carry back one
half of the purchase 'price for five years at G per cent. These farms
are located in Harlan county, Nebraska, and will be on the market
but a short time as owner will rent them if not sold.
Any Auto Tire Half-Soled
Any SizeThe large ones as well as the
small onesWE HALF-SOLE THEM ALL
rncT ami? wait ac Miiru I
GUARANTEED SOOO MILES
THE'RE PUNCTURE PROOF
Let Us Examine Your Tires
R. C. Sutton's Service Station 1
WE HAVE IT
Jlalone-Gellatly Go J
W. H. TABER'S
. BRED SOW SALE
TABER'S ORION, By The King
PRICE SENSATION, By King Sensation
44 Head of Tried Sows, Fall and
Spring Gilts, and Nine Boars
THURSDAY, JANUARYS, 19
Sale Held in $80,000 Heated Sale Pavilion
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
Write for Catal tim (o
W. II. TABKR, Ina 'i, Nehr.
Spirit Meant for All.
Tlmt fcplrlt wlileji FHllkos quid
hearts, which M'ciiih to ciiiiio forth t"
stich from every dry knoll of mt
grass, from every plno Hfunip, nntl
hnlMmhcddcd stone on which the (lull
'March un shlnc, comes forth to tin
poor and hungry, nnd to such as nr
of simple taste. -ICmcrHon. .
Tin Cautious Elephant.
Am nt p-ironlclM tell us that the
Jlown-i' iiii'llincs tested their nil It,
'tnry i,r.jK , j,y sending an elephant
ut .ii ititi mid thon watching to se
whether th cautious beast wouia
crosB. J:v.n to tliM (luy the natives In
Indin net great Hlore by the elepkant'4
caution. ' l
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