The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, June 01, 1922, Image 4

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complete. We will figure your jobs to furnish all mater
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BRICK and STUCCO work, Let us show you the differ
ence between good(and inferior stucco.
We build screen doors and window screens and do
carpenter work of all kinds. Let us have your order for
screen doors and window screens now.
GRANT CHRISTY
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A good healthy body is more to be desitad
than all the wealth of the world. Good health
assures a clear mind, inspires energy, ambiton
and working efficiency.
The Food We Eat Is Important
The careful housewife will secure only the
highest grade groceries and foodstuffs to safeguard
the health of the family.
Our Goods Are The Highest Quality
Selected to give our patrons the best goods
obtainable at prices as low as it is possible to
make them.
This Store Will Help You
In the practice of consistent economy and give
you full value for ever dollar you spend here. x
P. A. Wullbrandt
Groceries and Queensware
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success of any business institution depends
upon the impression made upon the public
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printing is obvious.
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commercial printing of all kinds and enjoy
doing work for those who are particular about
their printing and want it right.
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Local, 10 12
Political Announcement
For Sheriff
I hereby announce myself iisn candi
ilutu, for the iiotnlnntlon for Sheriff of
Webster County, at tliu Trlmiuy, July
IS, ll)2'J, mibjeot to tlm will of tlio lie
publlciin voters of Wobstcr county.
JACK WAM.Ell.
JJhereby nnnounou myself usuciwiilb
(lute for the nomination for Sheriff of
Webster County subject to tlio will of
the voters of the Democratic party at
the Primary election, July 18, 11)22.
LAWHENG13 DOYLE
I hereby announce tny&elf as u candi
date for tlio nomination for Sheriff of
Webster County, at the Primary, July
t3, 1U2J, subject to tlio will of the Ko
publican voters of Webster county.
X. P. PHILLIPS.
1 hereby announce myself as a candi
date for re-election to the oilico of
County Sheriff of Webster county, sub
jeet to tile will of tlio Democratic vot
ers, at the primary oleetion, July 1H,
lt)2'J. Fit AN K HUFFISH
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for tho nomination for Sheriff of
Webster County subject to tho will of
tho Republican votois at the Primary,
July 18, 192:2. FHED HEDGE.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for tho nomination for Sheriff of
Webster County subject to tho will of
tlio Democratic voters of Webster coun
ty at the Primary, July 18th.
13. A (UERT) KING
I hereby announce myself as a cntull
date for the nomination for Sheriff of
Webster County subject to the will of
tlio Republican voters of Wcbstercoun
ty at the Primary, July 18.
OMER CROWELL, Guide Rock.
cl hereby announce myself as a candi
date for tlio nomination for Sheriff of
Wobstcr County subject to the will of
the Republican voters of Webster
county at the Primary, July 18th.
ROY RUST.
FARM BUREAU NOTES
(By Henry It. Fausch, County Agent)
CORN VARIETY TEST
On the God. Ohmstcdc farm south
west of Guide Rock 12 varlct'cs wore
p'an'ed as follows: St. Charles
White (Rough Capped Kernels); Geo.
Ohmstcdc, Iowa White (Red Cob);
Chris Ohmstedo, Iowu Silvcmiinc
White (White Cob); Geo. Ohmstcdc,
St. Charles While (Smooth C&ppcl
Kernels); Geo. Ohms'cilo, Iowa Sil
vcrmine White, Henry Fausch, Boone
County White, Win. Kirhpntrick,
Wh'tc Elephant, Henry W. Lambrccht,
Nebraska While Prize University of
Nebraska, Hogucs Ye'low Dent, Uni
versity of Ncbraf-ka, Ungues and Reid
Yellow Dent, II. W. Lambrccht, Kear
ney County Yellow, Louie Krai, Yel
low Andrew Schulz and Red C. W.
Johnston.
On the Louie Krai farm southwest
of Balden 8 varieties were planted as
follows: Iowa Silvcrmino White,
Henry Fnusch; Nebraska White prize,
University of Nebraska; White Ele
phant, Henry W. Lambrccht; Boone
County White, J. P. Berns; Hogucs
and Reids Yellow Dent, II. W. Lam
brccht; Hogucs Yellow Dent, Univer
sity of Nebraska; Kearney Gounty
Yellow (Smooth Capped Kernels,)
Louie Krai, Kearney County Yellow
(Rough Capped Kernels) Louie K-.nl.
LOVING CUPS ON EXHIBITION
The six handsome loving cups to be
awarded at the County Fair and
Farmers' Institute arrived. Tho
Farmers' Institute cups arc on exhi
bition at the State Bank of Red Cloud
and tho County Fair's cups will bo on
exhibition at the Sen-ice State Bank
of Bladen. These arc to be awarded
to members of tho Pig and Calf Club
for the best Duroc Gilt, Poland Gilt
and Shorthorn heifer.
BIG FRUIT CROP EXPECTED
For County Clerk
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date, for tho nomination for County
Clerk of Webster County, at tlio pri
mary, July 18, 1922, subject to the will
of.tho voters of tho Democrat party.
11. F. PERRY.
I hereby announce mysolf as a cundi
date, for tho nomination for County
Clerk of Webster County, at the pri
mary, July 18, 1022, subject to the will
of the voters of the Republican party.
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for a Florence Oil Stove is easy' and quick of
"operation and every bit of heat is concentrated
close under the cooking. -
Come in and let our salesmen show its many
good points.?',
G. W, TrineV Hardware
For County Treasurer
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for tho nomination for County
Treasurer of Webster Couuty subject
to the will of the voters of tho Repub
lican party at tho Primary election,
July 18, 1922.
MRS. HAZEL POWELL.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the nomination of County
Treasurer of Webster Couuty subject
to tlio voters of tho Democratic ticket
at tho Primary election, July 18th.
BERT DUCKER.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the nomination for County
Treasurer of Webster County subject
to the will of the voters of the Repub
lican tioket at tho Primary election
July 18th.
MRS. CLARA E. WALKER.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the nomination for County
Troasuror of Webster County subject
to the will of the voters of tho Repub
lican party at tho Primary, July 18.
COAS. 0. BENNETT, Cowles, Nobr.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the ofllce of County Treasurer
of Webster County, subject to tho will
of the Republican voters at the pri
mary election, July 18, 1922.
P. E. BRITTQN, Blue Hill, Nobr.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for County Treasurer subject to
the will of the voters of the Democrat
tickot at tho Primary July 18, 1922.
MABEL DAY ALBRIGHT
For County Superintendent
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for rcnomlnatlon for County Sup
erintendent of Schools on tho Non
Political tickot at tho Primary election
July 18th. ESTELLE E, DUCKER.
Ilieroby announce myself nsacandi
date for tho oilico of Couuty Superin
tendent of Schools, of Webbtor county,
on tho Non-Polltlual ticket, subject to
tho will ol tho voters at tho Primary
July IS, 1022. MINNIE CHRISTIAN.
One of tho largest and heaviest
fruit crops in Nebraska for a number
of years is in prospect this year
chiefly due to favorable climatic con
ditions, tlio high vitality of trees, the
almost complete failure of last year's
crop and the light crop of 1920, accord
ing to information received by the fed
eral bureau of markets and crop esti
mates.
Together with these conclusions,
reached in reports from state and
government agents, the prospect is
more favorably enhanced by the fact
that the crop is virtually assured,
there being little possibility that a
cold snap, or a late frost will visit
the state between now and harvest
time according to the bureau.
"We arc unabe at this time to ap
proximate the commercial or farm
production, but the present condition
of all fruits indicates that the pro
duction of 1919, tho lnrgcst in recent
year's should be equaled ai.d possibly
excelled," says the chief of the bu
reau. The commercial apple crop is the
largest fruit industry in Nebraska,
although small fruits contribute n
tidy sum to the state, while located
chiefly in the eastern and southeast
ern parts of the state, also extends to
sections around North Platte, McCook
and Kenesaw.
Lust year's farm J.nd commercm
apple crop totalled 125,000 bushels,
compared with 797,000 bushels in
1920, and 1,125,000 bushels in 1919, ac
cording to tho records of the bureau.
The commercial crop hist year was
placed at 17,000 barrels, compared
with 110,000 barrels in 1920 and 215,
000 barrels in 1919. Should prescne
indications support a greater yield
this year, a crop of more than a mil
lion bushels is 'n prospect.
Small fruits, which include straw
berries, blackberries, .raspberies, cur
ants and other berries, netted 647,
321 quart9 m 1920, produced from
1,147 acres, the records show.
Cherriea are second in importance
in tho Nebraska fruit industry, the
bureau states and this year show indi
cations of setting a new record in pro
duction. Pears, plums, peaches, apri
cots ard grapes are of minor impor
tance so far as a commercial crop is
concerned.
To illustrate the large decrease in
the number of, fruit bearing trees in
Nebraska in the period between 1909
and 1920, tho bureau quotes figures to
show that compared with 2,937,000
trees bearing fruit in 1909, there were
961,000 in 1920 or a loss of more than
half in number.
"With the campaigns being waged
by various agricultural societies and
institutions, looking toward the better
care and development of fruit trees
and vines however, much of the loss
sustained should be returned within
tho next few years," the bureau de
clares. "Rank diseases and lack of
proper cultivation wore tho prim,o
onuses in the groat loss of Nebraska
fruit trees, and there also was some
indiscriminate destruction of bearing
trees and plants." State Journal.
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