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OVEU STATK BANK
J?cd Ootid Nebraska
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
rHE RED CLOUD CHIEF i
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
JUBLISHED BVBKY THURSDAY
Neb r ask
latorcd tn the I'ostofllco nt Hcd Cloud. Neb
as Second Class Matter'
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ILj idWHRq RED BAND K made bv I
How About a New Harness For
I have n good stock of Harness on liuiitl, n few sets of iuts left,
y priceil right.
When In need of anything In tue harness lino call on me.
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Snddlcry 2 Doors South o! Farmers Union.
Bell Phone 29
Ind. Phone 12
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Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our banU for the use of tli' child
ren, adults and every one Thrift and s'tvintl is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you 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 you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer cf this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
A. B. MoAKTHUK, Editor and Owner
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
Local. ' " " 12H&I5
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Mid Sherman was stopping in the
city this week.
T. E. Penman was In Hustings the
forepart of the week.
Frnnk Cowden returned from Chic
ago Saturday evening.
Alfred Hndcl departed for Chicago
last Tuesday evening
Miss Itetta Abel departed last Friday
for a visit in Odell, from there to
Mrs. Henderson and daughter Edna
of Womor, Kaii., arc in th6 city this
Mrs. C. M. McKeeby departed Wed
nesday for a visit with relatives at
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The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hearse isra Connection
Dost Sorvico to Others Moans Real Happiness to Ourselves.
3j BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD. NED
Dr. Stockman has returned home
from his trip to Chicago.
W. II. Tabor came down from Hast
in us, Monday cveulng.
Mrs Fred Taylor was down from
Riverton oh Wednesday.
Work on both the new Hall and Me
Farluid buildings is progressing
Raymon 1 Kooutz. accompanied a
shipment of stock to Kansas City the
tlrst of ths week.
J. E. Hntler and wife were entrthiu
ing Doe Wells and wife of Cowles on
1. 11. Kellug Si, and wife have fur
their guests this wcflt their sou .1. II.
K-'llng .Ir .iil if-.
IJny Itnlniisuit, 'lm is breaking out
Of McClluH sp.'lll . 'W lllH tlio ll'St
of tin- u-. i vmiIi ti In ti vis and frietuls
Huv nn UVe Hi i, wife nod fnuii y
tun! si-t.-r, xis Cora WVsitor, uhtiMl
over to Smith Ci'titet", Kiiomis, wIu'Ih
tlwy spent Stindty.
llmniM Saunders Ml for CiiUim ts'itl,
Sniiiluv In nti.ni In h.iiii? linsiin-iH
iill.in . p-i iniiiiii. I i I iiu ifineli tvnieii
In owns ai Una j.iace.
tiei'tgH Mmharf lot L Friday cv-iiing
for his lionif in Pueblo, Colorado, nfiti
n short visit, with relatiws and lileml-.
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rNOMFORT-for it means a" cool kitchen.
. V Economy for it wastes no fuel. You burn I
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 many
We Givo S. & H. Green Savings Stamps With All Cash
Trine's Hardware Store ,
111:01a in. Miiiday School. "Mur.i
1 1:1)0 S.-rnion liy Eld. N. It. Wagoner
8:!i i p in Surin-ni by Fit tier Vigon.
Father Whoiii r !ms lieeii n t'ltiihftil
support to the Community for tunny
years and you will not want to miss
his Fath'.'ily counsel as he will rivo it
Sunday 1110111111 and uveislng
Mis. Blair trailed at Diickevvlllc last
'5us King shelled corn for Ora Prill
last Saturday. 1
HarvH Blair hauled hogs tn lied I
Uloud, Filday last. j
John Collins done his trading at i
Womer last Sattuday. !
Ilarvo Blnlr iiatiled corn from near,
Lebanon last. Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elliot were trading!
at Wouior last Satutday. I
liert Oass was nt Womer doing his
trading the last of t ho week. j
Mr and Mrs. Herb Barber were in
Red Cloud one day last week. I
Max Jones did his trading nt Duck
eiville the middle of the week. I
Mr and Mrs. Ira Williams were at
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oiiJliil vi-ii't;, imju iii.j ins, hcchi
llert Payne who was nillug tlieselast
few, weeks is somewhat improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Itynu weie in Rul '
Cloud Friday doing some trading.
Edgar Leadabrand was visiting with
the MuCoalc brotheis last Thursday.
Mrs. K. Potter and daughter were
trading at Duckervillelast Saturday.
Those who already threshed are
starting in now plowing for fall wheat.
Mr. mid Mis. Everett Myers drove to
Downs to take in the anniveisary last
Mr. and Mrs. Orhlo Stone were-'at
Docket villc lust Saturday doing their
Mr. and Mrs Fumk Ryan were in
Red Cloud tlio cml of the week attend
ing to business mutters.
Mr. and Mi's. Lewis Paget t and fain
ily were at Downs, Saturday last, nt.
tending the aiintvoisary
Mr. mid Mis. lieiuiio Mohler and Ed
Lu.i.liu.raiid were visiting with Mr and
.Mrs. iiolut Col.ms, Friday evening
Joseph llysn re'iirnod from Solden
lust week where. Ito wni liarvcstltg. j
Wheat out there not as ood as o.-1
Mis. Wm. ILdieluin and to 1 Max'
wile mi. I f .mm ueie Msiuug vitli the
laLerj folUa r. and M is. Bei t Pay lie 1
Roy Myeis is aiming to build a largo
barn commencing woik the beginning
ot the mouth. Fied Broun is to do
the complicated worlc ;
The second crop of alfalfa is all
s1 indeed so those who ato not rushed
with weed cutting are icady to start in
cutting and stacking prairie hay.
The corn crop in geueinl is doing
line- especially where (dean and not ,
withstanding the heavy rains ot the ,
past another rain now is very much
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU WHEN
YOU WANT SOME
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 of business, and talk it over.
The Red Gload Chief
Bible school nt 10 a in.
Moiuliig set vice at 11 a in , Subject:
"The vision of a transformed life".
Communion at moi nliig set vicn.
I don evening service
Cordial invi'.ition to all not regain .
ly attending elsewhere. ,
1. V. EDSOX, P.istor.
The Haskell Indians arc booked for
. game here abo"t Augu. otii.
Jam & Jelly Malditf
now an exact science
Fresh Fruits are Plentiful !
Use the short CERTO-Process for
making jam and jelly with Berries,
Cherries, Peaches ana other fruits in
season. You will find they are the best
jams and jellies you ever tasted.
Certo is sold by grocers everywhere
or sent postpaid for 35 cents.
1 MINUTE'S BOILING
POUNDS OF SUGAR
4 OUNCES OFCERTO
POUNDS OF JAM
Wrapped with every bottle
u a recipe booklet wlu'di
' tells the story.
2-1 iiranito oiuj., Kouisticr, n. v.
COLE BR0THLR3 ., Z:iZ VJURED SHOWS
AND BIG TRAIMD Wi! .0 ANIMAL
Will give TWO
Grand full and complete performances in
RED CLOUD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 7th
At 2 and 8 o'clock P.M. Rain or Shine. Showgrounds
two blocks south from the Royal Hotel in
Mrs. Koontz's Pasture Field.
No reason now her tongue to tell
That sad old story "It did not jell"
Her jam's now petfcHt jelly, too
She uses CERTO so should you 1
I). IC. (Jrewell enjoyed a short vibit
from liis brother Kohert'hist week.
Elinor Spurrier nnd fmnily nnd M
D I.rtiinigun spent Sunday nt Cisytul
Mrs. Mne Jones spent, a portion of
last vt!k with relntires in Smith
Mrs. E. E. Spurrier spent Thursday
with Mrs. H. M. Tweedy in Smith
Mrs, E. M. llrown spent last week
vlsltinjf with friends nnd relatives In
Miss Ella Grewell returned homo
after a mouths visit with her sister
Mrs. Hex Alley of Exeter, Nebr.
Mrs E. S. Freemiyj who has been un
der the doctors citro for some time, is
r orted not so well nt this writing.
Mrs. D. K Grewell and daughter
Beatrice, spent Saturday night and
Snndny with her daughter, Mrs. Fay
Koyular services every first nnd third
Sunday in the month in the Adventist
church ut 11 a. m.
The local congregation is cordially
invited O. K. Heinitz, l'a.stor
July Weather Report
lVmporatiiie: Menu TS (leg. idhxI
in 'in lot deg. on 3t, luiniiiHiiu Til deg,
I'recipitntioii: Total S 73 Inches.
Number of days Clear 18, paitly
cloudy 11. Cloudy ti Dates of tlniiidfr
storms 1, 11, IV, 20, 27, 50. l'reviiiling
wind S. E 9 days I'recipitiftlon slnco
Jauunry 1st 17 SO inches.
Chas. S.'jLudlow, Observer.
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A Great All-Featured Show with every
thing to please and nothing to offend. Clean. Re
fined. Moral. High-Class and Instructive Exhibitions
for Entertaining Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
Take the children to see our Little Baby
Lions. It's a real sight of a lifetime. Wonderful
performing Lions, Tigers, Leopards, Pumas, Panthers
and Bears, Highly Educated Horses, Ponies, Mules,
Dogs, Goats, Monkeys, Seales, Camels and Elephants,
Great Acrobats, Gymnasts, Contortionists, Aerialists,
Vaulters, Leapers, Tumblers, Jugglers, Wire-Walkers
20 FUNNY CLOWNS
be giveneronsthe Free Outside Exhibitis s'how
grounds at 1 and 7 p. m. Don't miss seeing this big
freo outsido show. As it alone is worth going many
miles to see and it is absolutely free to all.
Thounht for the Day.
Some people spend more thought
Tlio mnn who .-nn read a woman
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and energy In Justifying a bad habit Bke a book should not skip the. Intro-
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