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THE RED CLOUD, CHIEF
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The 'swe3t pr'ce i conslruclion
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jJTr eat Your Ba tter y
As It Treats You
Your battery savca the work of cranking and makes bright
.your path. Give it the friendly consideration it deserves.
If you are in doubt as to how to care for it let our pkillcd
battcrymen give you unprejudiced advice. '
This service station is manned and equipped to repair all
makes of batteries, to make them last as long a3 possible.
When you need a new battery we have an Exidc, the right
size for your car, built to keep its rugged power through a
Ion? life of usefulness.
The Red CloucHSattery Service Station
CARL S. McARTHUR, Manager.
Foreign, pr column inch I5c
Locad, 10 & 12H
IF IT'S FENCE POSTS
e Have 'Em
'Talk with us about fence posts"
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Wall Paper, Taints, Oib and
Elvi J G oa of all lusds
M .re Yuur IIou:e And
'i You with Tr hntv
Quality Job Printing
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Farm Bureau Notet
The first County Agent Conference
of the Southwut District was held
Monday, April ltfth hero at Red
Cloud. 'Ih: blowing officers were
elected for tlio ensuing yeari Henry
K.vI'aUHch, President, Ulliott Daw,
Secretary, Organization, W. H. Camp
bell. County Agent, Frontier county,
Field Crops, J. H. Claybaugh, Coun
ty A pent, Clay county, Poultry and
Dairy, Klllott D,i, County Ascent,
Adams county, Junior Club Work, P.
W. Proctor. Club Leader, Clay coun
ty, Home Demonitiation. JohnHolmM,
County Agent, Red Willow county,
Labor, J. L. Gilmore, Phelps county,
Kodent Control, W. K. Wicks. Coun-
ty Agent, Furnas county, Livestock,
Henry K. Fausch, County Agent,
Webster county. The following w oi o
proccnt ftom out of town beside the
County Agents: W. H. Brokaw, Di
rector of Extension, II. D. Lute, Sec
retary of Nebraska Farm Uuroau
Federation, It. E. Holland, County
Agent Lender, L. J. Fnibic, Junior
Civil) Leader, W. 11. Burgess, Presi
dent of Clay County Farm Bureau,
II. L. McKelvie, Vice president, Clay
County Farm Bureau, J. Iliglin,
Secretary of Adams County Farm
KANltED WHEAT GItOWEUR
The Kanrod wheat growers meet
ing was held Thumluy. P. II. Stew
art, Extension Specialist in Agron
omy, of Lincoln was present and ex
plained the method of inspection and
certification for this year. Mr. Stew
art said, "Webster countv ranked
first in tho production of K'inrpd
wheat." Over 3000 acres arc being
raised this year and practically all
comes from certified Feed. Tho com
mittee appointed by tho Webster
County Farm Bureau as a Field
Crons Committee is Robert Reiher, InJ
KC(l iinuii. r runu duliuii, inuvciii' "i'i
L. P. Kval, Bladen.
Webster county Shorthorn
breeders perfected an organization. C.
B. Steward elected president, C. W.
Johnston, vice-president, Fred House
holder, secretary-treasurer. Fred
Householder and Henry R. Fausch
appointed to meet like committees
from other breeders organizations at
Bladen with Fair Association.
The following townships Hield meet-,
ings last week and adontcd a pro
gram of work. Walnut Creek, hog
program, Chas. Arnold, leader. Five
farmers enrolled for ''Pure Bred
Sires Only," six farmers applied for
tuberculosis testing, i Cathcrton
Township, Wheat program, W. R.
Brooks, leader. Six farmers applied
for tuberculosis testing. Oak Creek
Township, Wheat program, (J . j.
Sheppard, leader. One farmer en
rolled for "Pure Bred Sires Only,'
one farmer applied for tuberculosis
testing. Potsdam Township, Hog
program, Louis Bocherding, lender.
Seven farmers enrolled for "Pure
Bred Sires Only," three farmers ap
plied for tuberculosis testing.
HEREFORD BREEDERS MEET.
The Webster County Hereford
Breeders held a meeting at the farm
of Frank Cathcr at Bladen. After
lonkinc ovor Mr. Cather's Hereford",
a business session was hold. Calf
Clubs and County Fairs were the
topics up for discussion. Committees
were appointed as follows: Calf Club,
Louie Mattock, Frank Cathcr and P.
II. Larrick; County Fair, Earl Mat
tock and Alf Nolan.
HOLSTEIN BREEDERS MEET
Saturday, April 30th at the Farm
Bureau offlcc at 2 p. m. the Hol
stcin breeders will hold a meeting to
organize a Holstein Calf Club and
hear John A. Luithly from the Dairy
Department of Lincoln give a talk
on cheoFo making.
Tho last of town -hip meeting on
Program of Wotk, s Stillwater
Township on Wrdm d-u- night, May
Uh at School m-Mc1- No. 83.
HENRY R. FAUSCH,
County Agricultural Agent
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You'll sure need your shock absorbers when
you Sec This One.
Also MAY MURRAY sn
HILLNAN'S STOCK COc,
The Me of a &o
TriIi. a moral
i v-tiad you
Diu'tlo I j r t n i. ii faneic.
Decuupt it. I
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Itut i' ,' m I, ii- Had thne-
ooni" tl i- uii1 i')l u'
a polit", o . 4r . ti furniture,
lpre or or 'i-i. u i
-LATKtt MAY UK TfJO LArfiS-
Om C. TEEL
, i!t- nii-l n ot Ltbwioti
i i' i'h F A'ibott and
Dr. E.V. NIcSaeSsQP
PHONES Ind. 193-X Uell 48
Office Turourc Bldg, lormcily Occupied Ly
Attorney L. 1 1. Dlackledge
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oinlty Hun lu
11. V. Spun Ur K'ulf n.il spftlitKui
ln vi i, 'Srlr dHiipl ti r, Mrs. Kill
A' bott and family.
U,s I M H mi i-1 c ins oHn wi
tU miii ) v to ' 'i ii m io btter
lu'olth t i r? tit
Mih. Btbe! .til i-y f t''alrbnry. Ne
IiihnUh Is annnditig tlio week with bcr
uiicIl'. George Robrer.
3y llobt. Lnlfc'ti and lainily spent
Monday with tbidr diuiRbtor. Mr?. Rpx
UuliiiHii, In the Corn neighborhood.
Quito a larKO number of relatives
and fiiondsof Leo Uiown gathered lit
lili homo Sunduv with well buskotH to
remind him of bis biitbdiiy. All pres
ont seemed to huvo nn enjoyablo time.
Eirl Abbott nnd wlfo nro the proud
pnronts of n ton pound bnby boy. This
mnltos Mr. nnd Mrn. Klmer Spiurler
L'raiulnnrentb and tluvv uro vorv nroud
Nebraska 0f Muster Elmer Leo Abbott.
THERE'S AN old gag.
THEY USED to pull.
SO OLD that nowadays.
PEOPLE THINK it's now.
ABOUT THE man who had.
TO SHOOT his doff.
AND A friend asks.
"WAS THE dog mad:"
AND THE llr3t guy.
SAYS, "WELL, ho wasn't.
SO DANG woll pleased."
AND A chap told mo,
THAT THIS described.
SOME SMOKES he'd tried.
THEY DIDN'T exactly.
MAKE HIM :r.ad.
BUT HE wasn't.
SO VERY well pleased. .
OF COURSE that waa.
ft u a
MY CUE to slip him.
A REAL clgarctto.
AND AFTER lio'd taken.
A GOOD pull or two.
INTO HIG constitution.
HE GRINNED and said.
"THE ONLY way those.
WILL EVER malco you mad.
15 THE way.
YOUR FRIENDS cat om up.
I ONLY hope you've got.
I A COUPLE of packs.
ft ft ft
FOR THEY sure.
YOU'LL onjoy Chesterfields.
'I here's something in their mild
smoothness thnfc goes ritht to tho
spot. Choice tobaccoH, Turkish ami
Domestic a blond that literally can't
be copied a special moisture-proof
Wl f.liT jirfrirllicilrnvfvn nrl nni lnnnn
J every cojsit, ChcBtcrftelds "satisfy."
Tho Red Cloud Mil! " i aJuMaroiiuiiMmiMroMiy.. iiuiMmiwawM.X"'' ,xmtk u. l
Lou-- i au 1 opvr.it M t W. H Rub
etts, itl.o r!.iipfuud tho OiiU two yeuit.
HO, is iiiuUii g tl.t- Hour as good, if not ,
t)Bttr, tliun in th past.- Try a sack of
IU-d Cloud Itcfct fiuui' and boost your
home mlil. Evety nck is guarantee!
nnd Is hold by all tho merchants all the
time. Ho is nUo propnrcd to grind
corn, bailey and all Ic Imlu of feed
I'uUonUo our liouio mill.
Mrs. W. A. Sherwood spent Monday
A Civil Service examination will bo
held in Red Cloud, May 7th, for tho
position of clerk in tho local post
ofilce to fill tho oligiblo list. Appli
cants can securo blanks by calling on
Mr. Marion Bloom, Secretary of tho
I Civil Service Board.
Advl is one of the cr?ap;st t'vpjjb in the world. It'3 as fr.i
the a.r. No matter whu uur troubLs may be, jutt kt a
known and advice will come piltnj in.
The old maid knows how to rear children, the bachelor 1 i-.3
just how a wih: should be handled, and even a bald-headed druj
Hi&t can sell hair tonic and get away with it but the advice you
seek, not the kind that is volunteered, is the kind you want We
are not a volunteer in the advice business, but it you are a patron
of ourbank and ask advice on financial matters we will be glad
to help you in any way we can.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Flounce, Preiident Rod Cloud, Nob. S. R. Floiance, Cashier
DtvotUt Quarantteil lythi D(poiltori Ouarantet Fund of th Stat of A'tbratka