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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Dr.W.H.McBride Dr.R. V. Nicholson
OVEK STATE BANK "
rHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nebrnalm
Red Cloud Scbraska Red Cloud,
How About a New Harness For
I lmve ii Kcuri stock of Harness on baud, h few sets of uets loft,
Whe n in need f iinytuhitf in tne linrtie;s line call on uie.
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Saddlery 2 Doors South o! Farmers Union,
PUBLISHED BVBRY THURSDAY
Bell Phone 29 -:- Iod. Phone 12
dntcri-d In the l't-MoHlcc nt Hcrt ( loud. Neb
as Second Class Mutter"
A. B. McARTHUR, Editor and Owner
Foreign, 'per column Inch 15c
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
FARM BUS PLAN WHEAT BOOST
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opene'd up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected. ,
We fundly invite vou to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and we are for both. Bank with
us and vou can bank on -us.
We welcome every child in the community to brcomp
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
immTrjrara:re "" " " ' """' r " " ' " ""
Conceited action by farmers to
bolster up the .rice of whent was
sought Monday at a conference of
representatives of five hard wheat
producing states held in Wichita, Kan
The suggestion of Governor Jona
than Dnvs, of Kansas, that the other
farmers irge a "sellers' strike" was
considered by the delegate-.
Farm clubs, granges, cooperative
associations and other farm organiza
tions of Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Ne
braska and Colorado, were represen
ted at the meeting. The conrercr.ee
met on call of John A. Whitchurst,
secretary of the Oklahoma board of
Whitchurst believes the way to
solve the wheat problem is entirely
itViru control of production. He sa:d:
"Heretofore when prices were low,
farmers sought to make up their
losses by an increase in acreage the
following year. This practice has
overloaded the markets of the world
and teduced the production per acre,
ns the result of improper cultivation
and poor quality of seed.''
1 Reduced acreage.
2 Improved quality oi grain.
.1 IntenR've cultivation to produce
a greater yield per acre.
"In many enses wheat growers me
not able to make enough on their
crop at present prices to pay taxes,"
Whitehurst said. State Journal.
O C Hell is home from Lincoln,;
O. C Teel has boon on ttio Mi'k !M,
Adolph Heyde returned homo tin
week after n pleasant vlblt among
lten MoFarland and Cat Martin are
visiting in Grand Island for a month"?
Frunk Cowd'ii lias gone to Chicago
on a t .nr to the world't. lair.
Dr. pHinerell left for the windy city
last Mundnv to tee the world's fair.
C V. Arnold and J no. Hans of Rose,
tnunt, were on our streets last week.
Remind McNony lias none to Chica
go to see the world's fair.
Mr, llartwell of Inavale, the proprie
tor of the Itmvnle cheese factoiy. was
on our streets tills, week He is doing
a magnificent business and is making
10 YEARS AGO
Allen Hndolt of Long Island, Has ,
Bpent Thursday In this city with rela
Mis Ueo. Uoon is enjoying a visit iu
St. Joe and Kansas City and other
points this week.
Harvey Rickerson accompanied by
his sinter, Mrs. W. B Saunders, and
family left on Sunday for n visit with
their parents in Missouri.
Lawrence Doyle, Meredith Butler
and Dou Fulton left Wednesday morn
ing for Gothenburg, Nebraska where
they will build a cement silo according
to the Polk system
Mr. Nellie E. Mourer left Saturday
evening for Denver mid Colorado
Springb where she will remain a few
Mrs. L V. PegK a"d daughter Miss
Bessie went to Sutton Saturday to visit
at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Mrs. J. S. Gilliam left Wednesday
morning for Denver, Colorado, where
she will be joined by Mrs. Anna L
Tiilleys, and together they Intend
spending the remaining ho', months at
FARM M'REAU NOTES
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co. :
Auto Hearse in Connection :
Licensed Embalmer '.;
Best Service, to Others Means Real Happiness to Ourselves. ?
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB $
SSL JUT? ii. in
5 U Wr t HP 11
COMFORT for it means a cool kitchen. '
Economy for it wastes no fuel. , You burn
kerosene oil only when you need it. Efficiency
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 manyj
We Give S. & H. Green Savings Stamps With All Cash
i TRINE'S HARDWARE STORE . .,
(By County Extension Agent, Henry
FEDERAL FARM LOANS
The Annual meeting of .scrretane
of Federal Farm Loan Asfoctatons
was hold at Oiraha. About or.2 hun
ilred and fifty of the, four hundrc
and three secretaries were jneseni.
The Federal Land Bank of Oma".
makes authorized loans to rarmers in
Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and
Wvoming. At the close of business
June 30, 102.'J, 16,t!l loans were c:os-
cd for a total of $81,811,740.00 The
Webster County Association has clos
ed 51 loans for a total of $297,400.00.
The Federal Land Bank is owned
cntiicfy by its borrowers. It !,- con
trolled by a Board of Seven Directors,
three of whom are selected by the
Farm Loan Board at Washington
three elected by the borrowers and
the seventh is selected by the Board
from three nominated by the Uorrow
ers. It is fully co operative
Every farmer should borrow front
hi.- own bank. There is no maturity
to worry about. With its recurrent
commissions this loan pays itself off
at the borrowers rrtc of speed. It '.
co-operat've, the borrower partici
pates fully in all profits disbursed.
In case death shou'fl.comc, the estate
id not confronted with tho danger or
refusal to renew which is frequently
denied in five year loans. The father
who wishes to finance h's fion to buy
a farm will find in th's loan the most
economical arrangement, a., well as
one which teaches thrift and commun
Bonds are sold at four and one half
per cent, secured by farm loans made
at five and one half per cent, from
this s-pread the expense is paid, the
remaining prof'ts are distributed to
the borrowers. Last year's dividend
was thiitcen per cent. Farmers with
loans to renew or needing new loans
should get acquainted with the Fed
eral Loan system. It will pay them.
In the County Court of
Webster County, Nebr.
Statu or Neiiha-ka
WlUlSlKII Coi'xtv f
In tho mutter of tho estate of Swain
II. .Johnson, deceased.
CREDITORS OF SAID ESTATE
WILL TAKE NOTICE, that the time
limited for presentitlou and filing of
claims against the samu Is October
Until, llt'J.'l, and for the payment of
dobly is June lOlh, 1021, that I will sit
at the county court room in said
comity on the 22nd day of October,
192.'1, at lo o'clock, A. M., to recolvo,
examine, hear, allow, or adjust all
ulainib aud objections duly (lied.
Dnteifthis 20th day of Juue, 192.'1
' (SEALj A. D. RanncyA
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ryan weie at Ki-n
Cloud one day last week.
Mi mill Mis. Bob Laiiiiiguu weie iu
Lebanon one daj last week.
Miss Lorella ouldli was tlio gues
of Mis Louie Delka last Friday
Fied Blown and Clias. Wiay hauled
lumber liom Inavale last Tliiusday.
Mr, and Mrs. E. E. Spunier were in
Smith ( ftitci thti fine pint of the week.
.Ml. ami .Mit, Ed Hlliot were vibiting
witli Mr and Mrs. David Elliot otn
day last week.
Mis. Freeman Ih dangerously ill.
Hurl Abbot, Max Jones aud Chas.
Wniy were iu Red Cloud last Wednes
day tiunsactitig business.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert (ias, Mr. and Mis
Ora Prill were at Inavale one day last
week transacting business.
Mt. aud Mrs Frank Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. John Btowu diif their tiadiug al
Wotner the labt of the week
Mr. and Mrs. E. Myets and Mrs. l'at
(louldie and daughter Loretta were in
Smith Center last Sunday.
Pat and Con MoCoalo weie at Red
Cloud last Wednesday, the former was
viaitiug at Hastings for a week
Harve Blair finished up the binding
of his oats and barley the end of last
weok a heavy crop of bold he says.
Sanka Hooper, Ira Williams, wile
and family autoed to Smith Center the
middle of lust week to do some trading
A good many farmers started cutting
the second crop of alfalfa which looks
to bulk up as much as the first cutting.
Most of the people have the com all
laid by, the corn making a rapid
growth nnd good prospects forn bump,
Jake Williams and Bennle Mohler
were in Red Cloud last Saturday. The
former is on the sick list and went to
see a doctor.
Mrs Bert Payne and daughter, Irene(
anil Mrs. Bonnie Mohler were In Leb
anon last Friday where Miss Payne is
taking music lessons.
Everett Myers hauled corn from Alex
MaeDonald's last Friday while Mrs
Myers was busy at homo painting the
cream and egg houso.
Jim Loadabrand and Ralph Barber
left the fore part of last week for the
harvest iu western Kansas, the former
Is to go to Colorado from thore.
10:00 a. in, Sunday iachool,
Unaracter Study of John "
11:00 Sermon by Rev. Bruce Eshel.
8:.'10 p. m. Sermon by Rev. Bruce
Note that Rev. Bruce Eshelmau will
preach Sunday July , both morning
aud evening. Vou will bo interested
iu homing him.
Stray Bits or wisdom.
Childhood Is like a mirror which re
flects In after-life the images first pre
tested to It. Samuel Smiles.
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU WHEN
YOU WANT SOME
P R I N TING
Whatever price we quote, you
may be sure that the quality of work
you receive will be the best it is pos
sible to produce.
We will be glad to come to your
place oE business, and talk it over.
The Red Cloud Gbief
Througout the Store
You will find items of genuine attractiveness marked
at unusually advantageous reductions. Things that
meet your immediate needs in apparel and house
hold supplies. The greater stocks that will soon
be airivmrj for r;all and Winter will demand all
Slow Sellers Odd Lots Over Stocks and
A!i Seasonable Merchandise Must Move
Out the Low Price Way.
Indian Head Suiting ;23c
36 in. Light Percale.... 10c
36 in. Unbleached
18 in. All Linen
36 in. Silkoline 23c
32 in. Gingham 19c
72 in. Mercerized
40 in. Silk Skirting $3.45
40 in. Printed Crepe
32 in. Imported Pongee 95c
Mavis Talcum Powder 17c
Life Buoy Soap 5c
Vogue Face Powder 35c
Rinso Washing Powder 5 c
Childrens Knit Unions 39c
Womens Vests 19c
Childrens Hose, 5pair $1.00
Bungalow Aprons 69c
Womens Night Gowns 69c
Childrens Knit Pants... 10c
Step-inns of Nainsook.. 89c
Confiners, two styles--. 48c
3 qt. Aluminum Pitchers 79c
Wash Boards, brass or
Cedar Oil Mops 63c
Cedar Oil Polish, pint 35c
10 qt. Galvanized Pail 23c
1 2 oz. Ice Tea Glass,
6 for $1.39
Mens Athlectic Unions 59c
Boys Shirts, asst. 48c
Mens Shirts, asst 48c
Womens White Canvas
All Spring and Summer Styles
in Women's kid and calf slip
pers, regardless of former sell
ing prie, now $4.65
ONE PRICE TO ALL
"Get the Habit" says S.
& II. Green Stamps.
They arc an honest dis
count on merchandise
bought at this store.
' PICTORIAL, REVIEW PATTERNS
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Framing. vii i
Geo. W, Hutchison
Real Estate Farm Loans
Red Cloud, :-: Nebr.
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