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A BIG SAVING!
Lines of SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE
offered at prices greatly below regular
t iJShirt Waists.
Shirt Waists of good fashion, of exclusive
designs, become unusually low priced and
easy to buy.
Blue and Pink, white yoke, lace C w g-
trimming, usual price $3, nowy) M j"
r nice line in vjreeu, 1:111b,
Blue and Browns, usual price
Others at 40c, 55c,
62 1-2c and 75c.
3-4 Percales, all Standard
Prints, in Reds, Blacks, a
Grays, Blues, etc., at 4f
We do not
RED CLOUD, NEB.
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have too high a regard tor Health asv
well as for the naturally delicious HeA
flavor of their popular berry. The 'M
very American roasters who glaze
4iv S2Ps W tfl
You will do worse than this if J'e
don't buy your harness an I hardware
of J. O Hutlcr, noxt time.
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limit you to
not glaze coffee with
tLutw vvukiiiki a at j y
their package coffees do not dare to touch or glaze
their high priced Mochas and Javas. Why?
fllfcXCnk ' never glazed or
LIOII UOITBB JUStTuRE Coffee!
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FiltSTAUf TO THCINUUHEPA
For Burns, Sprains, Wounds, Brul
ses or Any Sort of Pain.
Usod Internally and Externally.
CAUTION ! Avoid tho wenk, watcrr
Witch Hazel preparations, ri-prj-scnted
to bo "ttio sumo ns" POND'S EX
TRACT, which easily sour and often
contain "wood alcohol," an Irritant ex
ternal! and, taken Internally, a poison.
RED CLOUD, XEMtASKA. AlMiTST 15, 1i)02,
Items of Interest as
Thu coniinis-sioners and Win. Sawyer
are viewing tho site fur tht election of
a now bridge at tho mouth of Stratt'in
eieek, ni'iir tin1 Guide rock. An iron
(I- tt'tl bridge badly needed at that
Junes C'olvin eaino in Saturday on
hi wheel and left Tuesday.
I. H Colvin sold his lino driver to
Frank Guy is doing a rushiug busi
ness in his restaurant.
Corn is king this year and may he
queeu next year.
Charles Hu.shcn of Ked Cloud shipped
a car of ice from hero this week.
Charles (luy has sold his interest in
the (Suy & Garrison thin to Garrison.
John Jones says his corn this year
is yellow corn.
Win. Sawyer went to Nelson Monday
to move several largo buildings there.
What do you suppose makes that
young man coino over from North
IJnuieh onco a week? It seems to us
that Guide ltock is liable to lose one
of its school teachers.
Misses Leila anil Aldean Koss, who
have been visiting with Mi. and Mrs.
tiarcus, left Wednesday for their home
at Turon, Kan.
Several of the boys from hero went
to Superior Wednesday to see the ball
Mrs. Uragg's sister and her children
left for home this week.
Mr. Ayres is reported better today,
though he is still very week.
The ice cream social at John Coon's
on last Tuesday night was well attend
ed and netted quite a handsomo profit.
Tho proseeds were to be paid to Kev.
A. 15. Wiggins has gano to Norton
county, Kansas to visit his brother and
look for a now location.
Frank Amaek is building a now barn
that denotes prosperity.
J. J. Smith is 111 Illinois looking for a
Mr. ami Mis. Alsop were thrown
from their buggy last Sunday while re
timing from church acd were quite
seriously hurt. Tho vehicle was badly
There will ho a social at Mrs. Louisa
Alios' tonight in honor of her two
nieces from Chirks, who are at present
visiting .villi lelatives in this place.
Mr. Johnson is now very busy pul
ing in bridges to replace thoso carried
iway by t.o recent 11 mil.
Will Fisher has become tired enough
to use a riding plow. Ho says that it
covers up the crop of weeds better
than a walkiug plot.
Kli Houcliiu'.s baby is quite seriously
ill, but seems to bo on tho way to
neallh again. Mrs. Houchiu was sick
the lirst of the week.
G. Ji, Throne has hauled his crop of
oats from tho Drake farm to his resi
Frank Ilenscn has made arrange
ments to move back to liullalo county.
Frank is a good follow and wo are
sorry to loso him from our commun
ity. Leonard Monger has recovered a
patt of the shed which was curried olf
by the flood.
Mr. I'helps wont to Koseland Satur
day, returning Monday accompanied
by his daughter, who patronized tho
A lady from Ked Cloud is a guest at
the home of W. H. Hoffman.
Charles Morcy, accompanied by his
girl, drove over to Hluo Hill Sunday.
Last Satuiilay evening quite a heavy
wind passed northeast of hore. At J.
Denton's, place it took tho top of lis
windmill oil, raised the Iioiim and let
it down with such force as to jir the
A. '. 'jerk of llluc Hill was a Sunday
guest of his sister, Mrs. C. A Ivnter
ley. Mrs. G. C Keith relumed to her
home in Lincoln the lirst of this week.
J. C. llnrtnian drove up to Hastings
Sunday to see his wile, who is receiv
ing medical treatment.
J F. Mrowor, Charles Haller anil C.
K. Hicks were at IMuo Hill Saturday
Tames Burden and SherilV MeArtliur
were in this village Friday.
1). llyrno of KIuo Hill drove over
Sunday for a visit with friends in this
Among those attending the assembly
at Lincoln this week am Mrs. ,J. Grand-
stall", Miss Hertio Woodside, Miss .Jen
nie Kay, Wallace and John Kay.
Flossio liurden visited friends in Hin
doo and vicinity.
It is reported that Hladcn is to have
another hardwaro store. There are
oponings hero for several lines of busi
ness and wo hopo someone will pick up
J. Moore is ornamenting his house
with a now porch during his wife's uh
senco on a visit to her mother at Kx
Charles Lotharn is on the sick list.
Albert Keenoy returned to Aurora
last Monday after a week at homo dur
Mart Good is hero for a visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Good. -
Mrs. Sam Foe of Ked Cloud is visit
ing friends and relatives hero this
Miss George Adamson returned homo
Thursday after a sovoral weeks visit
with rolatives at Wood Kivor.
Mrs. Samuel Deakin of Taylor, Neb.,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Henry
The Cowles base ball club wont to
Uluo Hill last Friday. Score -I to 8 in
favor of Hluo Hill.
Ivl Klouch had the misfortune to lose
a linger this week while trying to
couple an engine and separator.
W. V. Heal moved his household
effects to Ked Cloud last Tuesday nnd
will try living in town for a year. His
son Lou moved onto his plan.
Wanted, by the people on this creek,
a good rain.
A. Decker is helping Chnrley Kasser
stack alfalfa this week.
Kd Seaton's now hotiso is now going
up. Mr. Hcckwith is tho builder
V. Ileal expects to move to Ked
Cloud about tho lirst of September and
bis son Lew will take chnrgo of tho
Miss Mollie Saunders departed last
week for U in aha for a visit with her
Somo of us in these parts expoct to
attend tho bowery Saturday night.
Sam Hcaton thinks ho will have
7,000 bushels of corn, anyhow.
Mr. Klinger has a lino no-v buggy.
Mr. Morse will soon commence to
build a house on his farm, tho Fred
The "melon colic" days will Roon bo
Mr. HoUworth and Charloy Mc
Koighnn have finished threshing.
Will Hurdick spent Sunday after
noon at Al Decker's.
This is lino hay weather.
Alfalfa Is a lino crop this cutting.
Somo of those who said they would
like to seo some dry weather are cry
in ; for another gentle shower.
Chas. Gunioy has a full force at work
putting up his alfalfa.
W. Kngel siys ho can find no time to
do road work yet .
There are four threshing machines
in our neighborhood this week and if
this dry weather continues a few days
longer, threshing will ho a thing of tho
Hort Tennant has commenced fall
I. W. Wallin has returned to Lin
coln. Cha. Crabill lias quit working for
C'lias, Whittaker is through thresh
iuy from thu shock and is waiting for
the threslieis to coniineiiRo threshing
from the stack.
Lyman INsig is through threshing
and is putting up hay.
NORTH BRANCH, KAS
A good rain would bo greatly appro
Mrs. Kenworthy is somo bettor.
Charles Haworth will start for Colo
rado this week.
Quarterly meeting nt Maple Grove
next Saturday and Sunday.
J. H. Smith and J. W. Doornail made
a Hying trip to Guide Kock Tuesday.
Myrtlo Carter has gone to Keno
county to live with hor grandparents.
Mrs. Mills, who has boon visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. llazloy, has re
turned to her homo in Iowa.
Louisa Tolauil will teach the IV
vonla school this year.
Tom and Nick Hlankcnbaker have
bought a threshing machine. Tom has
1,000 bushels of rye.
Frank Hlankenbakor'n wheat aver
aged ISO bushels per aero.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones nre visiting with
their father, Mr. Shoemaker.
Mrs. Arncson nnd daughter Grace
spent Wednesday with Mrs. Knight.
Mis. Frazier, who has boon quite
sick, is getting hotter.
Charley Hlankenbakor sprained his
arm by falling from a wagon.
Kd Mathes shipped stock cattle Tues
day. It seems n pity to shin feeders
out of tlii' county with our present
prospect for n big corn crop.
Weather hot and dry.
Mr. Green of U"d Cloud was in Lino
canvassing for tho Stark Kros. nursery.
Mrs, Campbell of North Branch was
tho guest of Mrs. Koelu r last week.
Clint Ilender.'on of Noith Branch
was the guest of Frank Van Dyke one
day last week.
lv M Henderson was over to Otto to
soo County Commissioner Wilson in
the interest of Lino, to got lumber to
repair bridges on oast l'tinny creek.
Lon Wilinot has three teams haul
ing hay to Ked Cloud
Roats Morse Wedding.
Married nt the home of th.i bride's
parents J milo east of this city, Wed
nesday evening. Koso K. Koats to
Horaco (J Morse Too ceremony was
preformed at, 8.H0 by the Kev. Humbly
of tho Congregational church of this
city. Thoro were present tho iiiimo
diato rolatives of tho contracting
parties and n fow of the most intimate
friends. Tho brido is tho daughter of
August Koats, one of Wobstor counties
most prosperous farmers and stook
feeders, and is well liked and rcspoctcd
by hor many friends and acquaintances
and Is n handsomo and accomplished
young lady. August Koats is one of
the pioneers of tnis county coining hero
long before the railroads had reached
this county, and has by strict attention
and carofull management layod by a
snug fortune- for a rainy day and is per
haps as well known as anyone in tho
county. Horaco G. Morse, son of J. K.
Morso living northeast of this city, is a
young man of sterling qualities, is
faithful, honest and hard working, and
is very well liked by those with whom
ho conies in contact. Tho young
couple will make their home on n faim
near Guido K ick.
NUMBER Jt I
lielow we give a partial list
of the books we have
on hand at present.
Arnblan NIkIiIh (9) New and Kevlncd Edition
The Fortunes of NIkoI.. Scott
Ivanuoo ..................... ...................... Scott
lloyond the City (3) A. Conan Doyle
HtraiiKC Secret ......... ............ A. Con mi Doylo
All SortH and CondlttoiiH of Men ...........
llenant a til Itlce
Knight Krrant I.yall
Ilcppo tho CoiiKcrlit ......Anthony Ttollope
Chicot the .Jester......... - Unman
Countess lc Chnrny .....Dnmn
I.ovo nud Liberty Diimns
The Conscript Human
Vli'ointodo UruKcloime Dumas
Thu t'ountchsof Hndiilstadt Sand
I'niichoii Hid Cricket Sand
CunfcMdmiHiif nn IIiikHnIi 0.lnm Cater .
Cnhl i:Wc Alnrlltt
A DaiiKliturnl llelh Illnck
Tho Kroutlernaieii ('J) lmnrd
Thu lllltlieiliilii Itomiiiiri! Ilnwtlioriic
I'lUirlin'x 1'roKrem .,
II plirey Clinker .
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Paris Sketch Ilook Thackeray
Thu .Man Who Wni Hood Mt-rn-k
Jack Horner .Mary S, Tleriian
Woodlanders Thou. Hardy
The I)e"lru of tho Byes Grant Allen
Not in thu 1'foxpeclii Danrorth
A New Nolo McMahon
Dragon' Teeth Serrano
Thu Cedar Star Mann
Tho 1'ryntiil lliitton ThoinaK
A I.IvIiir Mo ..- - llonrKOt
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