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KED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JUL Y 25, UUiS.
THE New Banking Law is now in force and Sixth Annual Session
the payment of every dollar of deposits in this
institution is guaranteed by the Bank Guaranty
Fund of the State of Nebraska.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Webster County Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.
a Grand Success
The sixth annual session of the Ked
Cloud cliautaiHiua opened Saturday
fair t lint he should ccasu to ho the ad
voonto of a hobby, unless the hobby is
advertised as the thing we pny to hear. J
The Appollo Hell Ringers constituted
the feature of Monday night's Chau
tauqua. This company never 'disap
evening with a large audience in atP-nts. either In the high character of
tendance. About eight hundred season ."""m-uuonB orsntii lumeirrenuiuuu.
tickets were sold before the gates were There seems to bo no instrument on
opeued and everything gave promise
of a great success The tent is much'
larger this year than ever before, the
lighting was perfect and the arrange
ments complete. The people surround
ing this jlty have come to recognize'
the ohautauqua movement as a fixed
Institution and they have prepared to
attend all the sessions. The, support
given is very gratifying.
Saturday evening the first number
of the course was the playing by the
Red Cloud band. We all know that
we have had a good baud for some
time but on this night it seemed as
Mow Ready tor. Butlne'.
The Diamond Milling Co,
Red Cloud. Nebraska .
, , . Manfactirir !.
The "Diamond Brand" Hard
, Winter Wheat flour
Also Graham Flour, Pure Whole Wheat Flour,
Corn Meal, Self-Rising Pancake Flour, &c.
which they are not expert. The fiddle,
mandolin and banjo) the cornet, flute,
trombone and saxophone are play
things with which they are as familiar
as other musicians are with a single
piece. The bells are but one of their
accomplishments. They have one in
strument which was especially con
structed for them, an Apollophone,
newly built, which they were frank
enough to say had been conquered by
th em for only two tunes. Their saxo
phones are supposed to bu the most
extensive and beautiful instruments
'of the kind In the world.
The above stock can be found at all Red
Cloud Grocery Stores A complete stock of Bran
Shorts, Corn Chop, Baled Hay, Alfalfa, &c. Free
City Delivery .y
The Diamond Milling Co-
-Ben Ten Baiter?.
Office and Selesr
Phene, Red 6
OUR window is full ef Shoe which yeu
can pwehaM at Berfi Price. Thee
are net cheap eheee but seme of our
We would rather sell these at bargain
prices than carry them over.
Look in our window and be convinced.
These prices will not last long.
BAILEY & BAILEY
The NEW Feed Store
We handle only the Best Grades of Flour,
and Feed ol all kinds. Your inspection of
my place is respectfully requested
Opposite P. U.
GEO. W. TRINE
tho our boys caught the inspiration
which a large audience gives and fairly
surprised even our citizens with the
excellency of their playing. Strangers
from out of town who werfc in attend
ance thought that most of the players
were Imported for tho occasion and
when informed that they wero all
home boys tlielr astonishniont was very
great. Nothing but commendation
was given them and so it bus been
thruout the entire chnutauqnu. Tills
band of ours has pleased the crowd be
yond expression. Night after night
the people hare gathered in time to
listeti to the Ked Cloud baud.
The English Opera company came to
our city with high recommendations,
their talent had been extolled, by
musical critics and wo anticipated, a
great musical treut and in this we
were not disappointed. This company
Is certainly an excellent combination
and without exaggeration we' unhesi
tatingly say that this company never
had a superior at our Chautauqua and
we have had some of the very best.
The tenor voice of Mr. Flora is ex
ceptionally musical, and pleasing.
Their program embraced selections
-from the grand operas, popular operas
saered.sopgp, gipsy scenes and farm
aoenes. Every voice was' highly culti
vated and when they sang together
Very voice bjendjrwlkh pvety other
voice and r the reeui"wa they were
riven. enfhosiatfo" applause. Oar
people would eagerly welcome the
English. Opera company next jae.
By request of out of taws visitors
the, Bed Cloud, band enUrtainld the
audience t Sunday evening for three
quarters, of an 'hoar. They war not
billed oa the program but their play
ing was eo greatly 'enjoyed that the
management secured them to play.
The popularity of our band is growing
by leapa and bounds.
Sunday was occupied, as to the lec
ture part of the program, by Olinton
N. Howard. Mr. Howard is a small
man physically, but he is possessed of
an abundance of energy. Of course
he told a' great deal about himself, aud
his wife, child, mother and father
were by no means overlooked. His
political purty ties were frankly re
veuled. There whs no unpnrdonablo
shyness or modesty evident. He told
ft number of good stories, many of
which were new to most of tho mull
enee, and some that were not uow luid
been long forgotten, so that thoy pass
ed as now. As the titles of hjb lectures
were selected with the idea of conceal
ing the subject mutter of his discourses,
ho wns under no restraints ns to tliu
tlelds over which ho might range,
His lariat allowed abundant grazing
room. Two facts were emphasized by
him. He said that tho .voice was the
most distinctive feature of each indi
vidual Through all changes of ap
pearance, of age, and culture, un In
dividual could always be recognized
by his voice which preserved its dis
tinguishing peculiarities. He criticised
the church people for their failure to
attract the young by-occasions of clean
mirth. Ho finally proved to be a pro
hibition advocate in disguise, and
availed himself of the opportunity to
inflict upon a Ohautauqua audience a
I radloal prohibition speech which dls-
I gas ted the greater part of bis bearers,
Mrs. Dr. Edith S. Davis, national
superintendent of scientific temper
auee instruction, occupied the plat
form on Tuesday afternoon Mrs.
Davis Is a cultured ladv of lilirh in
tellectual attainments aud her address
whs most carefully prepared and well
rendered. She has an unusually good
voice fur out of door speaking making
herself easily heard all over the big
tent. The sneaker never left her sub
ject for a moment aud she so present
ed her Ideas as to be easily grasped
and ussinuilated. Her plea wus for
individual sharing ot the icsponsihillty
of the conservation of the entire man.
She showed tun ovll clTectof Immoder
ate dt inking and that tli'i remedy for
the suppression of alcohol was educa
tion. This work was not completed
until every boy aud girl in the laud
should be free from all wrong in
fluences. The lecture was u thought
ful intelligent presentation of the sub
Wednesday's lecture on Hamilton
was of the class which should be en
couraged in the Chautauqua assemb
lies. Biographical sketches of the
notable men in the. history of tnecounq
try could be made both entertaining
and instructive. , The speaker' on
Hamilton evidently shared the views
of the author of the conqueror, and,
perhaps, gave jop, much' attention to
the romantic element in the career of
the , great) statesman', Hamilton' ' la
specifically connected with the manu-
faatnriag development of the new na
tion. He, more than anyone -fleet
pointed. out to the people of Massa
caoeetta.aad New Jersey 'the advant
ages of their mountain streams, and
the grant usee to wbloh the waterpow
eroftha Merrimiao and the Barltan
might be eventually"' pat. He; of
coarse, was the author of the first pro
tective tariff and the first legislation
encouraging American manufactures.
J. Redding Cole did good work in
stimulating interest in the life and
services of the foremost man of his
day after Washington and Franklin.
Dyron's Troubadours proved to be
just what they were advertised and a
little more. This company has render
ed some of tho best music ever given
in lied Cloud. Thoy are hII specialists
and have hud training from tho best
American and European musters.
They play everything from a trap
drum to the Itallun harp As soon as
tho llrst peico was pluyed the audience
was satisfied that they weiv listening
to a company that was first-class.
Their varied programs delight tho
popular fancy aud during the very hot
weather which we have beon having
their efforts wero especially pleasing.
The audience repeatedly called the
troupe back and showed by their gen
crous applause that they thoroly ap
preciated the music uud the singing.
In a word the Troubadours guvo us de
The recent act of April 10th, 1006
gives to all soldiers' widows a pension
$12 per month. Fred Maurer, the at
torney, has all necessary blanks.
At Lowest'interest, best option, least
expense. Call for me at State Bank,
When we hire a man to talkjt Isalx Red Cloud. O. F. Cathbb.
Our Store Policy
has always been to carry the Standard
and desirable goods in every line.
That is why we chose Kodaks for our
photographic department. We felt
sure from careful investigation' that
these were the goods that should be
offered our customers. From our years
of experience we now know that we
Our sales' of the
C i t
3 A Folding Pocket Kodak
have been particularly satisfactory to
us because these cameras have proved
so satisfactory to our customers. Pic
tures post card size 3 1-4x5 1-2.
Fast lenses, splendid shutter-quality all
through. Price $20. Let us show you.
E. Hi lwiwitw, Prt. "
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Don't Buy a Wooden Silo!
CONCRETE IS BETTER
BUT you must iave a wooden Silo and
9 will give us your order so we can get it in
our next car, we will make the following prices for
a full length stave Silo, made and sold under the
Harder Patent. Don't delay as prices are liable to
rise at any minute. Call at our yard and examine one
ol these silos.
10x24 $144.00 14x24 173.00
10x30 .... 169.50 14x30 235.00
12x24 162.00 16x30 .... 261.00
12x30 208.00 16x36 331.00
Prices includes complete silo comprising staves, doors
and door frames, hoops and lugs, ladder,
anchors and roof
Piatt & Frees
The Chief Office For Good Job Work I
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