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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bell 174.
Residence, Bell 241
Mrs. Ed Amack
I. T. AMACK-
RED CLOUD, NEB
Need Groceries To-Day?
A LWAYS prepared and -waiting to fill
t any Grocery order" is the motto under
which our store is run. It means that no mat
ter how small your order may be or what par
ticular items you may want, we arc ready to
We never allow any oC our lines of package,
bottled or canned goods to decrease to a "sold
out" levcll Neither do we oiler anything in
the Vegalable or Fruit line, unless it is strictly
fresh. And what's more, we are sure our pri
ces will please you.
P. A. Wullbrandt
Groceries and Queensware
A GOOD JOB WELLDONBij?
A piece of printed- matter with
your name on it is your ' 'Per
sonal' ' representative wherever
it may be found.
Surely then, the best is none too good.
That's the basis on which we guar
antee your .'satisfaction with our
Quality is the watchword here all
the time whether the job he big
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The Red Cloud Chief
We Do Only The Highest Grade
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Red Cloud. Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Cntorcd In tho rostolilco nt Hcd Cloud) Nob
as Bocond Class Matter'
A. D. MoAUTQUR.Edltor and Ownor
Forclrjn, per column Inch 15c
Local, ' " " 10 & 12
'your 1'rcsldcnt" and Wall Strcot
lins vctccd tho adjusted compensation
bill. He would rather pas laws for
the benefit of the corporations than
five thoso who woro tho O. I) , mil
form drawing $7 r0 per month, sacri
ficing their life, health and many
who aro jobless wallcing tho streets of
tho cities uny compensation for what
they gave their country in time of
A republican armor said tho other
"The mightiest political machino
over assembled In this stnto was man
aged by Sam McKelviu, our present
governor, and the attractive thing
about it fiom Sam'it standpoint was
Unit the pcoplo footed tho bill, both of
assembling it ami of operating it.
Down with the code government."
Taxes have not been li'ted by the
ropublican congress Tlioy havo been
shifted. The multi-millionaires wero
relieved of paying $150,000,000 in taxes
by the repeal of the excess profits tax.
And then, the same class was relieved
of paying $01,500,000 by a reduction in
the sur-tax. The original republican
attempt was to take off another $300,
000,000 from the rich people's taxes,
bat Senator Hitchcock's amendment to
the revenue bill raising the tax from
32 per cent to Go per cent resulted in
placing it at 50 per, cent finally, and
thus saved th common people over
1300,000,000.. . . , .'.. )
Marking the Gentleman.
Tho appellation of gentleman Is
noser to ho ndlscd to a man's clreum
istunces, but to his huhavlor In them
Her Come Back.
Mary Harden, the great singer, was
tho guest of honor at a chorus girl's
tea In Chicago.
"You girls are nil beautiful," Miss
Garden said, "and I know you must
nil bo a good deal bothered In the
streets by men. Always turn these
men down politely but firmly, you
"That's caster said than done," a
blonde chorus girl demurred.
"Not at all,' said the diva.
"Well, now," said the blonde chorus
girl thoughtfully, "suppose n hand
fiomo young man bhould stop his rac
ing car, Jump out, and offer you his
hand and say, 'your face Ib familiar.'
what would you do then?"
"I'd answer," said Miss Garden, "so
are your manners."
Proof of Ability
To Pay the Bonus
, (Oulp ago Tribune.) ,
The total cost of the recent coal
strike to this country, including loss
of wages to miners, overhead exponsc
in idle mines, additional freight rate 3
for long hauls from union Holds, etc.,
has been estimated at $1,100,000,009.
Tho public will pay that loss at least
once and probably three or four times
if the coal operators can keep sufficient
pressure upon us to allow of such ex
tortion. Say it costs us altogether 82,-
That is approximately one half of
the estimated tcost of the proposed
soldiers' bonus. We will protest the
bill. TomaoyU will be a. hardship'
But we can and, shall. pay wit and sur
vive,. The $2,000,000,000 will come out
of the public's pocket .within seven
months And our resources are suffic
ient to stand it and prosper, however
muoh we may dislike it, and however
unjust it may be.
Payment of the soldiers' bonus, on
the other hand, is to be spread over a
period of twenty years. In the one
case we have an extortion of $2,000,000,
000 to bo met in one year and in the
other a just debt of $4,000,000,000 to be
met over twenty years. And each is
to be paid by the public out of the
busincsa resources of this country.
And yet opponents of the bonus bill
tell us that the country cannot expect
to pay that debt and retain its pros
perity. Could anything he uioro absurd?
There can remain no doubt that a
country which can submit to an extor
tion of $2,000,000,009 at the hands of
coal men in one yoar can afford to pay
a just obligation of $1,000,000,000 to its
soldiers over a period of twonty years.
Garfield Community Church
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO.
(Friday, Sept. 23, 1802)
Eddie Piatt gave his littlo friends a
potty ono day last week.
Tho B. & M. railway are painting the
eating house inside and out.
Miss Itlioda Waddcll of Aurora, has
been engsged to tench the Kindergar
Mark Parkcs of McCook, formerly
an employ of this office, is visiting with
his parents tills week. Mark has n
good job in tho round-house at the
above named place.
lied Cloud Is getting to bo quito n
summer resort. Uti Thursday our
sporting editor accompanied by some
of our notod sportsmen saw n very
fine specimen of quail on Webster
Wright Thornburg will open a buggy
establishment in the Moon block,
Oscar Teol has accepted a position
with tho IHadcn bank. Ho will move
his fatn ly there in a few woeks.
W. Harris and C. Gust have formed
a co-partnership and havcembnrked in
tho butcher business. Tho new firm
havo our best wishes.
(Items of Twenty Years Ago )(
Charley D. llnbinsou ex-county
tteiifctirer 6t this county, hns purchased
the interest of Win, Koon, In the firm
of Uifc and Koon and in the future will
IjO ono of Kcd Cloud's pushing business
men. We uro very glad to see that
Charley has decided to remain with us
and wish him the largest measuro of
success. The tli m will in tho future,
as in tho past, continuo to dispense
groceries aud meats. We did not learn
as to Mr. Koon's plans for the future.
Darrel Burden is tho new devil nt
s Everton Foe returned, Sunday, from
a pleasure trip to Denver and the
Lafe Uerburger returned, the first of
the week, from Hastings where he was
during the reunion.
'(Henry Kesler returned, Sunday
morning, from McCook where ho has
had charge of the Hadel Mercantile
Cb's store, for the pastTminth. '
' James Mitchell was, down from Mc
Cook the first "of the wtfek ttfvlstt with
his brother Robert who was' injured
fast week by being thrown from a1
.Ralph Pope is expected home in a
short time. Ralph's visit will probably
be much curtailed as owing to the lack
ofqfiloers in the navy, all ensigns it is
expected will be ordered to sea again,
Mr. and Mrs Hoy Fair Are the proud
parents of a baby girl.
Glenn Spurrier's pony became unruly
last Wednesday, threw him and broke
hte right arm.
, , Ed Lull hauled hogs for' Elmer
Mrs.E. E. Spurrier .left'' Saturday
nfghtfor Illinois 'for afew weeks'
visit With friends and relatives. ",
' .' i' i
Earl Abbott and. family,. .Harry
Tweedy and children 'and, Ti',S. Spur
rier were Sunday visitors at E. B.
Little Elmer-Leo Abbott bad bis
thumb mashed in a car door Friday af
Bram McCoy and Jas. Spurrier
in Goodland, Kansas, working on
railroad this week.
FARM BUREAU NOTES
dv County Agent, Henry R. Fausch)
DEMONSTRATION TEAM AT
Pride and Vanity.
I would much rather fight prldo
than vanity, because pride has n
Mund-up way of fighting. You know,
where It Is. It throws its black shad
ow on you, nnd you are not nt a loss
where to strike. But vanity Is that
delusive, that Insectivorous, that mul
tiplied feeling; mid men that fight
vanity are like men that fight wldges
and butterflies. It is easier to chaso
them Until to hit them. Henry Wnrd
Can Be No Compromise.
It Is a truism, but one often prac
tically forgotten, that there Is no me
dium between truth and falsehood.
Have an Idea.
Adv. "Wanted, an experienced de
signer to design latest designs for car
pets for carpet factory." A trifle
vugue, hut we think we understand
what's wanted. Boston Transcript.
ft asserole, tl
Easiest because it is transparent. Avoid the
guesswork and uncertainty. Look through your
PYREX nnd see the food baking.
PYREX tlui original transparent oven-warc i3
:mnitnry nnd practical Jor everyday use nnd is guar-!
nntccd not to break in the oven.
Durable and economical saves time, fuel nnd
dishes you bake in and serve from the same dish.
Food actually tastes better when PYREXED the
full flavor is retained because the baking is quick
Buy a casserole at
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' G. W,
Place Your Coal
The Malone-Gellatly Co.
cur houst tf
mt goln' lor
trior but I
'ctust I Hko
"A superb view from your veranda,"
remarked the guest. .
"We call attention to It In our adver
tisements," said the proprietor of a
"And I'm glad to know this Is one
attraction you don't charge for."
"Well, that's true, hut you can get a
much better view of the scenery
through a pair of our Held glasses. Wo
rent 'cm for $1 a day."
A Thouflht for the Da.
Winn given a tliinie hitwin two
evils, l-.d'is iiinnw ('it- mie who can
pmvldu tho tm. i uliuiniiy. Binning
Services at tho Garfield
Church Sunday will he:
Sunday School 10:00 A
Sermon 11:00 A. M. Theme; "The
Requirements and Rewards of Grace."
Evening'. Sermon 7:30 o'clock.
Theme: "Conflicting Forces in Llfo. '
At tho Sunday morning service the
first steps in grading tho school and
introducing the Graded Lessons will
be taken. This will affect all children
between the ages of four and fifteen
years. We should like to see an es
pecially large number present so that
tho enrollment may be taken in prepa
ration for tho first Sunday of tho now
The time from 7:30 to 8:00 in the eve-
nine service will be irlvcn tomusloand
Outline Bible Studies. This will bo or
real interest and profit.
E E IiSltiiLiiAN, Pastor.
The Webster County Calf Demon
stration team at the invitation of tho
Directors of the Ak-Sar-Ben gave
their demonstration on selecting, fit
ting and showing a calf to a large and
appreciative audience. This year is
the first year that the Ak-Sar-Ben
has injected some agriculture into
their race meet. The Extcntlon Ser-
vlcfl end Bureau of Animal Industry
had some good booths.
The Bureau of Animal Industry on
T. B. Eradication Herds under super
vision 103,046, number of cattle test
ed 1,546,814 and number of herds ac
credited 9,963 cattlo 230,704..
Last year's figures condemned 37,
492 cattle carcasses and 54,670 parts
of carcasses. 15,609 hogs carcasses
condemned and 335,631 parts of car
casses. Meats condemned for tuberculosis
would feed 160,000 people a meat
ration of one' meal a day for a year.
Animal Live Stock losses from
tuberculosis equal 70 train loads of
40 cars each, representing 3,000,000
bushels of corn fed and wasted.
It's the flavor and
crispness that make "
Kelloggs Corn Flakes so
. r.es.ty for GrUKllnn.
f , "iy.c ew i iiii. I tine no ni'trl
if it. Whilst wo eomorsf with t hut
is above ifs. wo do not grow old, but
grow younc Emerson.
To avoid additional exponas incurr
ed by advertising nil delinquent pro
perty tnxes, must be settled on or be
fore October 1st. Kindly govern
'Deputy County Trcasuror
You'll wish the bowl at your table-scat was about
twice as big when it's "Kellogg's for the feast l'
Great big, sunny-brown corn flakes all oven-crispj
and crunchy crowding each other to spread youf
real and true joy! You never tasted such flavor!
Pour in some fresh, cold milk or cream and-
fetart in! Well, it'll seem you can't get going specdyl
(enough to suit your appetite! Was there ever such
a keen appetite maker; such happy,-
Tomorrow, serve Kellogg's! What ai
round of appetite-applauso you'll win
(Great to start the day right!
Do more than ask your grocer!
for "corn flakes." Insist upon
KELLOGG'S Cora Flakes they're
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Alio maker of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES and KELLOGG'S DRAN, cooked and LrumbltJ