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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1920)
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Dr. R.V. Nicholson
OiHce Over Allirlijlil'n Htnro
Red Cloud Nebraska
1I7E have over 20,000 acres of fine wheat lands for
" sale in the rich wheat belt of west central Kan.
We can take in part payment some liberty bonds at
par value. Our lands range from $25 to $40 per
acre. We make Free trips twice a week. See
Schultz & Betz, Red Cloud
OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES
610 acres. 400 acres of free wheat. New combin
ed harvester and thresher. Titan tractor, all other
farm machinery, all goes. Six miles from McAl
lister in Logan county, Kansas. Running water, 3
room house. Price $35 per acre, a snap, will sell
lth. All of section 4 in township 10 and the SEX of
Section 32, Township 9, all in range 31. Thomas county
This is a fine farm of 800 acres, well improved, located in.
the heart of the famous Thomas county wheat belt. 8 miles
west of Angelus and 8 miles northeast of Oakley, one of
the finest level wheat counties in Western Kansas. This
farm is all fenced, has a 6 -room house, cistern, fine well
and windmill, good barn and cattle shed.
39G. All of section 5-12-31, a fine square level wheat
section in Gove county, located six miles from Campus
and eight miles from Oakley, in a fine well settled neigh
borhood: has a well and windmill, is fenced, no other im
provements; none of it is cultivation, but all could be plow
ed. Price 530 per acre, half cash, balance on. time. Pos
session at once.
70. Srpmr heotion of luiul u miles houtli of llnllulo L'uiU on a
graded roiul, in the eMrotnu uiisturu pint nl Uovo county, two miles
from school; two nets of Improvements two houses, two Inirii.sonek'iiui
;ry, two wells live miles fenoed;' live miles from (iovo City. There
ttie only 100 notes In cultivation, hut it is nwirly nil tillable, rental
ultttio of U)0 acres wlienl (roos; possession March 1, 11)20. This is a line
l.lece of lathi, nun of the cheapest, ami hest Unit wo have. Priced at $:ii
per acre. fSOOO can be carried hade for .r years at (! per cent.
(J h. Iljii acres, located!! miles noilhoust of Oakley in Thomas
county, in the NV '. of UO-HKll; 8( acres in wheat; one-fourth pies to
purchaser, priced iu S'l'i per uero, half cash, balance for 5 years; possess
ion August 1, U20
lijt. 1120 acres located in a well settled uhont, stock and alfalfa
country in the southeastern corner of Thomas county In the bullae al
ley. There arc !120 acres in pasture, somewhat rolling, but line kvhs
has bO acre- line alfalfa land, one-half of which gout, !loo act us in wheat,
oue'fourth u,o','i 'toom liouse, bic; barn with loft, cattle shod tor .'o
(Hi. IJ'j 11 11 'J!) in Govo county, a very line wheat farm. It is cut
by the I'liiou l'aciilc railroad on the north sido and is Incite I I j miles
from (iraintield on the (lolden Uelt Highway. The land now in cnltl
vation Is '3K) and some ucro. is absolutely level and is nil iu wheat,
one fourth of which noes to the purchaser, and tlieio ate lfiu acie.s In
pastuie. The wheat on this land is 100 peieeut and the halt. section Is
fUOus. it h half cah payment Possession can boilven iu the pi siir
This is a tni'Kln.
h. All of section IKMl.iil), in Logan county, IVJQ auros In eultivut
ion, level, second bottom llachiierry CicttU- wheal land, veiy sluil'mv
water, all fenced with two wires, fairly good house, sheds, mi main
traveled road, 'J milrtu south of Monument, iu a dandy location, pucud
at $.r por acre, S'.iiHH) c.it-h, balance 5 years
!!th wo icres unimproved wlieat luiul located (5 miles northwest uf
uaiuey in i uoiiihs county, i.o aeies imviey, ono Half goes to the pinch. is
er. l'l'utd at i in pei acre, no impiovcinents Imiuedlate pu,sesion
Mmi C& S, slXl &?&
Farm Bureau Notes
TKEATINO' SEKl POTATOES
iunny inquiries are coming in, in
regard to treating seed potatoes.
"Seed potatoes should bo treated
with a solution of 4 ounces of coro.s
ivc sublimate dissolved in a Jew irnl-
i Ions of hot water and diluted to JO
gallons. A good way is to put tlm
potatoes loosely into .sucks, then in
to a barrel and soak for one hour in'
the solution. Then spread them out
and dry lliem before cutting.
"Four lots of potatoes may he
treated in tin's way by extending tliu
length of treatment lJi minutes for
successive lot. Tin's is to make up for
the weakening of the solution. Treat
the potatoes before the eyes have
started very much. This is a better
treatment which is commonly used.
Corrosive sublimate is a poison and
should be kept away from children
und stock. None of tho treated po
tatoes .should ho used for food."
If corrosive sublitratc cannot be
obtuined, use formaldehyde, 1 pint to
!J0 gallons of water.
Pocket Gopher and Prairie Dot:
Poison we have on hand, pocket go
pher poison put up in sifter boxes,
ready to put on the bait, and distri
bute in the run ways of the gopher.
Also poison oats for prairie dogs. The
cost of this prairie dog poison is
small, running around 15c to 20c pel
IIHXIIV II. FAUSCII,
County Agricultural Agent
Glycerine Mixture Prevents
Sini'de irlveeiin", lncithorn i-mi-U
etc., as inied tu A'IIim.i.Uh, remove
all foul, ni't in it 1 1 1 'i is nnits untie'
fiom ItoTII uppir and luvw, hove
and prevent-, m iiii.hi'. is. lle-lou1.'
ANY l SIJ gas mi stoimich or e mstl
patlon. The INSTANT pluisimi nmioi
of A ller-l.lci smptlss buih d emr
and patients, A business iiimi ii-pori
great beiittli In u Ioml' sIiiikIihl' cms.
of indigestion uuil smir'simn.icii I
L. Coltlng, Urugkjisi.
W. C. T. U.
Interesting Informntion Regarding
Why license Them?
We would he pleased to learn ONE
good reason for issuing license for the
operating of pool halls.
We are glad to pr"sent to the voters
of Hod Cloud some of Uie rcasom
vh; they should cei.se to operate,
First-AOne of the present council,
says, "they are the poor man's club.
Please let us reason together and see
if the theory be consistent. The op
erators of the three rooms in lied
Cloud, pay better than two thousand
dollars rent. They pay a revenue to
the city in form of a tax on each
table grading from twenty-five dollars
down, and amounting to several hun
dred dollars and said alderman is
authority for t he statement, that the
"war tax" is several times as much
more. Add to that, the nccosary
incidents, and the maintainancc o
the several families, and figure for
your self, how they can possibly be
u "poor man's club."
Second A prominent citizen of
lied Cloud who has employed boys
and young men for years, states,
that he has never known one to make
good, wlio were frequenters of pool
halls. He lias reasoned with them
to no avail and they, without ex
ception returned to their old haunts.
Think of that Mr. Citizen, and sec if
you think them necessary for the well
being of your cty.
Third It has been said they were
maintained for the pleasure of the
farmers. Interview the aerage
farmer, and you will learn that if
pool hall support depended upon
THEIR patronage, said pool halls
would soon cease to operate for lack
of patronage. A near lied Cloud
farmer espressos the opinion that if
tho same rent wore paid for the
Potter room, (it being an ideal cor
ner), and it were equipped for a rest
room, that the vast majority of the
farmers and their wives would ap
preciate it far more than all the pool
and billiard halls that could operate
Again wo earnestly lequest you to
consider the matter.
Fourth1 Our committee asked one
of Hie aldermen why ho voted to li
cense pool halls. Ho replied by say
ing, well, us long as they are hero,
I ho might as well vote for them. At
the same time he spoke of the peti
tion being circulated to request the
council to sanction Sunday haso ball,
and movies, and stated that as long
as tho evil (note tho word evil)' did
not exist, the privilege would not bo
granted, lly which argument wo get,
tho idea, that because nn evil already i
exists, it must ho tolerated. Watch'
for move from the same source in a
later isM'.o. I
Fifth Only ono portion intenirw
cil lin snokeii favornhlv of the'r in-
I fluenco hove, or in any city, vltich
' . ,1.... .. la,1 ... .t....
again proven iiiut we mm uah-p iins
to all ru'.et.
William McBrlde and GUn Toe,
who aro attending tho state univer
sity at Lincoln, aro spending the
spring vacation in the city with homo
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M. F. Rickard
Guide Rock : Nebraska
PANDIDAT E at the
Primaries. April 20. 1920
of Franklin. Webster and
Nuckolls counties, for the
uibject to the will of the
- Served two regular and
:hree special sessions as
Representative for Webst r
Was raised on a farm,
a uaht several terms of school
md is today engaged in
Tour vote will be appreciated
Milo D. King
Tenth Judicial District of Nebraska
Born in Elkhart County. Indiana, in 1860 Admitted to
the Bar in 1886. Opened office in Minden in 1887,
where I have practiced law ever since. County
Judge two terms. County Attorney two
terms. Now serving fourth term as
City Attorney of Minden. Nebr.
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