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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1904)
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Interstate Reunion, Red Cloud, September 5th to lOth.
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RED CLOUD, XEMtASKA. ALMiTST 12, 1JKM.
MINER BROS. MINER BROS.
TWO for ONE
We have placed, on our center table, a Large lot of
Wash goods and Dress goods to Close Out Quiciriy.
Not 20 per cent Discount: but BETTER STILL.
You Buy a dress or waist and WE GIVE YOU ONE.
got iVfi'llly for it
Mr. .John Hunter is indignant over a
report that lius been started, to the
nIFert that he has frightened some one
out of his poach trees with a bliot gun.
He wishes it distinctly understood
that he never even saw any one whom
ho did not want in his orchard, k"-s
taking a gun or any thing to frighten
Black Dress Goods
Purchase a dress and we give you one.
Purchase a dress or waist from the
the goods on our center counter at 50
35 - 25 or 15 cents per yard and we
Give you another Free at the same
price and of the same value.
Goods Purchased at $1.00 secures you Free one at 60c a yard
90c s osc
75c . " " " ,4 4 45c
50c. " " 4 " " 30e
An excellent opportunity to get the girls ready for school.
The BIGGIST Dress goods Values ever offered by
The BIG STORE
During the month of August.
25 do., 3 spindlti bow back OfjC 63
An iron bed, white only $bO0
During month of August
Clearing Sale ofShbes
Childi-cns $1.25 to $1.50 shoes
$6 pairs ladies shoes
Broken lines and one pair ot a
kind, mostly SJ to 4. A splendid
Remnants of All Wool Car
pets suitable for small rooms
Good regular values at 70 and So cents.
Remnants of Axministers.
Three paftens of Axminister,
will fit a 9x12 room, regular
price Si. 25. During August
Three large, all Wool, Smyrna rugs
0x12 reggular $25.00 (1Q OC
Value. To close tPlOltJtJ
A saving of about $7.00. One tan, one
red and one green.
Satisfaction or Money Back
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New, delicious sumuiw
driuk We hnvo .'J d
feeut flavors iu
15c moals served; lunch
at all hours.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
of town is
The Bon Ton
W. S. DENSE, Proprietor.
W Postlowaito north
reported very sick.
Our gonial county clerk E. S. Gnrbcr
whs in town Thursday.
Mrs. Elizabeth P. Hardy took dinner
today with Mrs. Leatbrop.
I. B. Colvln is organizing excursion
parties to Ft. Collins, Colorado,
I L. E. Talt was down the first of the
weok, looking after the interest of the
J S. H. 151 has moved into the
Vaughn property across the creek east
S. B NowMyer is still at Kansas City
being treated and is reported getting
The Guide Kock telephone company
completed the installation of phones
on tlio seveuth rural line today and
will now complete connection with
North Branch and Bed Cloud, as soon
A brick walk has been laid across
tho south sido of the school urn inula
Iho school bouse has also been newly
shingled and paintod preparatory to
the opening of fall term of school.
Bladen is still without a saloon.
Bladen is to be much imv"'ived with
new sido walks.
E II. Cox is in Lincoln attending
the democratic convention
Miss Tuck of Ashton, Illinois, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs Al Heed
Mrs A. Reed and Mrs.. Wayuo Heed
drone over to Campbell last Friday.
A W. Cox and wife and II 11 Boyd
and wife were in Bed Cloud, Thursday.
J C. Hurtman is having the front of
his store building treated to a coat, of
Wash Heed lias moved his stock of
goods across the street in his own
Mrs. Brooks and daughter from Sa
line county are visiting at Mrs
Miss Clara Martlndalo of Red Cloud
visited at the home of Mrs George
Grain is coming in to tho market at
a lively r.ite, taxing the elevators to
their utmost capacity.
The Presiding Elder of this district
preached a very able interesting ser
mon, Sunday morning.
A P. Johnson who was called to
Illinois by the death of his mother,
returned homo Monday.
Mrs Miller Adams and children are
visiting at the home of her parents,
Mr and Mis Wash Heed.
Mr. and Mrs H. B.Boyd visited at
tho homo of their daughter, Mrs.
Wayne Heed, last Ssnday.
Dick Beck expects to move to
Omaha soon. He is just now enter,
tabling ft young daughter.
Mrs Geo. New-homo of Red Cloud Is
agisting her father, Wash Heed, to
nrrando his stock of goods.
13. J. Solomon has purchased the
lots north of tho school house and will
begin to improve them at once.
Mrs Casli Keith and .chihrren of
Hastings are visiting in the homo of
her aunt, Mrs A. Hay, soulii of town.
Mr. and Mrs C. Haitnian went to
Upland tho tlrst of tho week to see
Mrs Ilartnian's father, who was hurt
sometime ago at the St. Louis fair.
j Mr. and Mrs. V. E Thome njirt
giamlmu Thomo left Tuesday morn-
' lug, for Horton, Michigan, where theys
will visit friends and attend an old
Mr. and Mrs. Burky, who camo t
seo their son, who is very sick, re
turned to their home at Giltuer tho
llrst of the week
Hobt. Miller was unfo-tunato
enough to lose his pockotbook, on his
way to town, Saturday morning, it
contained considerable money and
some valuable papers.
Mr. Kimmel, who has been spending
n pint of his vacation in this place,
returned to his homo in Rockvillv,
Missouri. Ho did not like to leave
Bladen and wants to get back again.
Tho fttrmors elevator at this place is
nearly completed mid shows up well.
Tho contractor gave it a coat of white
paint, which made it show up line, but
had to change the color to conform
with tho other railroad building.
Tho new lumber and coal yard is
pushing to the front; it has .100 feet of
shod room completed and is now
erocting tho ofllco building, It now
has a largo supply of coal on hand and
is receiving lumber every day. A
good thing help push it along.
This pretty and service
able baby spoon made
in "Triple-plus" silver
tho nrt niul flnlnh of
hoIIiI nllvcr costa, only
It Ik a plcco of tho
which Ih tho bent, most
cconnmlcnl ami nio.tt txMiitlful silver-plated
ware niado iu this country.
We have many other beau
tiful pieces and sets of Onei
da Community ware that
we would like you to see.
For Sale by NewKoise Bros
I'undt wcro killed by lightning last
Mrs. Lillio Frlsblo entertained a
number of ladies from Guide Rock
Mr aud Mrs. Dean wero visiting in
Mrs. G. W Baker and daughter Al'ii,
wero shoping in Guide Rock, Friday.
Tho aid society met with Mrs C. C.
Cox Wednesday there wero about .10
Miss May Frlsbie Mitortainod a
number of her little friends, Thursday.
Harvay Cox and wife, of Lincoln
arrived, Saturday, on tho Hasting
train for a visit with for a visit witli
relatives iu this vicinity.
Mrs. C. A. Cox gave a party to tho
young married people, Saturday
evening, a pleasant time was had and
a two course supper was served. Mrs.
C Cox and Charlie Frisbio carried
away the prizo in the guessing contest.
Those present woro Messers C. II.
Frisbie, W. Cox, H. V. Cox, J. V.
Sahiden A. H. Sahiden, J. Elllngor,
Sylvester Frisbio and .lohu Holcomb
an 1 Mosdamos,May Cox, Lillio Frisbio
Flo Saladon, Daisy Cox, SusioSaladen,
Julia Zackery, Hettio Elllugcr, Maine
Frisbio and Vefronico Hulcomb,
Frank Elllngor left Tuesday, for
Denver for a visit with his grand
Georgo Mann leaves this wook, for a
visit at his old Kentucky homo.
Louis Berk field was iu this neigh
borhood Monday ovoning.
John Bfccucs leaves Friday, for his-,
homo at Dorchester, Nobraska.
Mrs. Hlues and daughter Poarl wore-;
visiting friends, north of Cowles last
Al Decker and wlfo woro visiting:
friends near Cowles, Tuesday.
G W. Baker has been on tho sick
list but is able to bo out again,
D Wolfo marketed hogs In Lebanon
The steam thresher Is hoard in tbis
neck of tho woods.
Irving Collins is stacking his flno
crop of millet.
Charles Myors Is suffering from a.
very sore hand.
Ben Gibson is making some fin&
roads for Kansas.
Charley Davis purchased a broncho
at Hod Cloud recently.
Farmers aro all busy plowing and
getting ready to sow wheat.
Bright and fair now, although Sun
day was as "rainy as time."
Bert Dow loft tho Corner Monday to
go north of Hod Cloud to work
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: Bit wili! ;
D. L. Columbia brought In n coin
stalk which stood 15 foot high with an
ear which was 0 foot from tho ground
Can you boat It. If yon can bring It
to Colviu's otllco in good condition aud
Tho rain kept most of tho neoplo
from Sunday school, Sunday.
A horse aud colt belonging to Gust
Creates! Aid So, Cookery
With least iabu; and Irtmble ft makts
hot-breuds, fohr;uic and cake of finest
flavor, f?ght, .sweet appetizing and
assuredly digestible and wholesome
PDIQE BAKING POWDER CO., CHIOAQS. , .
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