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VOLUME XX XX.
HJSD CL.OUD, MJSlUtASKA. AUGUST JS), 1SI1U.
THE New Banking Law is now in force and As We See Other
the payment of every dollar of deposits in this' PeoPle's Yards
institution is guaranteed by the Bank Guaranty
Fund of the State of Nebraska.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Webster County Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Tlio Yellowstone Turk hus nnmo
guiudet- scenery than Bed Cloud cud
exhibit, yet, us it dully sight we would
rather look out on Alf. McCiiU'h terr
ace tlmn ou Old Faithful.
Mr Medmkcy has a number of
pretty thiugs in his yard, but those
young cherry trees, for thrlttlness of
growth, uniformity and beauty, are
rcnlly hard to beat.
Of this year's new buildings Mr
lilackledge's gives the most promise of
permanent pleasure to the outsider.
Ed Piatt has done more towards
making his place home-like with treest
vines and gardeu than most of bis
neighbors in the new addition
County Attorney Maurcr has changed
a bleak looking corner into one of the
show places of the city in a very brief
period, ue promises tne uuiei some
fine strawbevrles next year, and our
mouth has begun to water already.
Jud Bailey's porch satisfies our idea
as to what a porch ought to be, al
though the foundation looks somewhat
more substantial uud expensive than
Hort. R. D. Sutherland:""rr!8ll,tbl,!"'
Little Ansel, the two weeks' old
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The Issues oV the Day
The Hoiiorablo Roderick I). Suther-
1 ud, candidate for the oiUce of United
S .iteit Kcprrsentntive from the Fifth
d itrict will deliver an address on the
i sues of the day In this city Saturday
9 ening of this week.
Mr. Sutherland is an able speaker,
vtidtilges in no mud slinging or stand
si; bits straight from the shoulder and
presents his arguments in a logical
painstaking mauncr. He is an orator
of no mean ability and he will be de
lighted to have you in the audience
Saturday evening. If the weather per
mits he will speak from the band stand
ju the corner of Webster and Fourth
child of Mr. and Mrs. liny Norris, dlod
Monday morning, August '20 at nbout
three ooW iiud was burled In the
Uulde Book cemetery the following
day, the funeral 'services being con
ducted at the homo at ton o'clock b
J. M. Steoley. Everyone in the com
munity joins in extending sympathy
to the bereaved young parents. Guide
At Lowest interest, best option, least
expense. Call for me nt State Bank,
Red Cloud. c. P. Catiieb.
jj Correspondents j;
mi ENTIRE CHEYENNE (WYW
$13,000 IN RACES
vAnRTHAM if Allen Shows
Seville MetfrJHias fiREWjggl
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School Begins September 2nd.
Are You Ready?
Get ready for the new term by letting us furnish
all the books and supplies that will be needed. We
carry a full assortment of everything used in the schools.
Then in the matter of supplies we afford you a distinct
saving on nearly every itenw-either through better
quality or lower price.
Here are a few things that may be needed:
Tablets, Pencila, Pena, Pen Holders, Inks,
Erasers, Rulers, Crayons, Writing Paper,
Composition Books, Slates, Sponf es, Paate, .
Mucilage, Book Straps, Etc.
You will avoid a great deal of inconvenience by
buying this week. Next week the store will be crowd
ed and there will be more or less confusion. Our as
sortment, however, will be complete no matter when
Wo have not noticed an alley in the
city that gives any pleasure to any
body. It was very unfortunate that
somebody oiiginated the plan of lining
the alley with trees. The result is that
there tire very few of them through
which a load of hay enn be driven. ,Of
course, the trees make u nice shade
for the horse shoo pitchers, but the
shade would have been as mtieli had
the trees been planted faither from
the lot line.
A lady called our attention to our
previous remarks nbout the frout yard
of Mr. Cutter'b, and suggested that we
ought to have noticed the back yard.
We instantly and defensively suggest
ed that the backyard was not the busi
ness of the sauntering public. Hut we
were agreeably surprised to hear her
say that Cutter's back yard was pret
tier than the lawn in front. Of course,
we expected just the opposite. So we
were unexpectedly pleased in two ways:
First, one lady was willing to give
another lady credit, since Mrs. Cutter
was given the praise for the flowers
and shrubbery next to the alley; Sec
ond, we learned that the Cutter
grounds deserved more praise thau we
had given them.
Some of our readers have asked us
when we were going to mention the
lots which deserved especial censure.
We will do that soon enough to satisfy
the lot owner, if not soon enough to
satisfy the .grumbling public.
Others have asked us to wait a few
days before visiting their part of the
city. We can only advise general'readl-
ness, because we know not when time
will serve, or when copy will be required.
9m4 Cm ItiftttiM WMk-ttt.
Mrs. Butler is ou the sick list.
N. It, Simpson spent Friday
.Tnck llarues is building a cement
Fine weather for those that huvu
fall plowing to do.
George Smith attended the Odd Fel
low lodge Inst Monduy night.
Al Smith and family and Will Fisher
and children called ou Fred Harris
George Harris and Wilt Fisher
bought some cattle from Jake Ellluger
Uraudma A mack is improving with
her broken arm which was broken
some time ago.
John Gil more was a pleasaut caller
iu OarBeld "Sunday. He came over the
motor cycle route.
(leorge Harris and family spent a
few days iu Lebanon, Kas., Jast week
and also took in the anniversary.
Guy Barnes aud wife were visiting
'relatives in Womer, Kas., last week
and returned home Sunday night.
Eugene Emerton, who has been work
ing for his brother-in-law Pete Mcin
tosh for the last two or three weeks,
has returned home.
My wife Fannie having left my bed
and board of her own free will and
without provacation, I hereby notify
the public that I will not be responsi
ble for any debts that she may con
tract from thin date on.
James P. Moranvii.le.
August 22, 10r..
Sonio one to plow nbout fifty acres of
land. Apply to O. L. Cottiug.
A New Stock of
E. H. Newhouse
Jmwmlmr mn$1 OpttmmtrM
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector.
CHAS. L C0TTING, the druggist.
Remember that our job depart
ment has no equal in Webster
County when it comes to turning
out high-class work. Try us.
THE CHIEF OFFICE
Omaha, Aug. 26th In order to ob
viate poor seed corn next year, if possi
ble, the State University and the Pub
licity Bureau of the Commercial Club
are planning a seed corn selection
week this fall. Prof. O. W. Pugsloy,
head of the Extension department of
the State Farm will compile the neces
sary suggestions for the selection and
proper care of seed corn, and tbe
Bureau of Publicity will endeavor to
distribute this information to the citi
zens of the State.
There are many reasons why seed
corn should be picked out early this
year," says Prof. Pugstey;
First The crop in tbo state is from
one to three weeks late, thus increas
ing tbe chances of the seed being dam
aged by early frosts and freezes,
Second This has been a cool season.
Early frosts and freezes usually follow
Third Nebraska has no surplus
seed on band.
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Including a Map of Nebraska or Any Western State
To Readers of The Red Cloud Chief !
Your money will buy more good entertaining reading matter
during the next 30 days than over before if you will uccept this offer,
lly subscribing for Tiik 11ki Cloud Chief within the next 30 days, yon
One year's subscription to The Red Cloud Chief.
One year's subscription to Nebraska Farm Journal.
One year's subscription to The Household Matjazine.
j One year's subscription to The Weekly Capital.
I One year's subscription to The Valley Farmer.
And the 4-Page Atlas Map.
ALL FOR ONLY
Louie Kiehl and Miss Anna Schnitt
ker were married last week.
Oov. Aldrioh's address was thorough
ly enjoyed by all Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Peppard of Kansas
City are visiting' at the E. E. Burr
Miss trances Myers of Superior is
visiting this week at the Ferguson
John Dunbar spent several days
this week in the country with bis son
Miss Cooper, of Formosa, Kas., a
sister of Mrs. W. F. Bobbins is a now
clerk in Crary's store.
Miss Anna Brodfulchrer of Colum
bus spent the first of the week in town
visiting her friend Cleve Henlgan.
Mrs. Ida Kent and Lois Merrill of
Red Cloud visited last week with their
sister and aunt Mrs. Josle Largent
The infant child of Mr. and JMrs.
Boy Norrla was buried Tuesday fore
noon. Tbo funeral was held from the
Mrs. Eva Clanuvu of Mankato. Kas..
is vUitiug her nelcei, Mrs. Johu Ogle
vie, Mrs. Myrtle Hunt and her nephew
Elmer Watt and families.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stanley ofjllurr
Oak, 'Kans., spent Tuesday in town
vUlting Mr. Stanley's sister Mrs.
Chester Cooper and family.
A whole library of clean, entertaining reading matter at a bar
gainthe map alono is worth $1.00. Call and see it and ask for
sample copies of all tbe papers.
You want your homo paper, of course, .with, all the local news,
and we believe you want this big value club of farm papers', story
papers, and the big National weekly paper with a variety and value
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Mr. Will M. Maupin, Is Nebraska's most widely known editorial writer
and in addition to his services Nebraska Farm Journal has tbe largest
editorial staff of any farm paper in Nebraska. Each one of the 34
large, helpful issues contains departments of special interest to every
member of the family. Each paper may be sent to a different
We would not attempt to sell you any olub of papers that wa
eould not conscientiously recommend.
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hangers, contains the official state map of
Nebraska, (You can have a map of any other
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the United States, oaasplete map of tbe world
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send me the following papers one year
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