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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1904)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, AUUUSTIJ), 1901,
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 Qnicidy.
Not 20 per cent Discount: but BETTER STILL.
You Buy a dress or waist and WE GIVE YOU ONE.
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
u " " 90c " k " " " 66c "
.t " " 75c. " " 4" 4 4' 46c
" ' 50c " " 4 " " 30c
An excellent opportunity to get the girls ready for school.
The BIGGIST Dress goods Values ever offered by
The BIG STORE
shelled last Siituiday.
Mr. and Mis. Richard from Virginia,
are bete visiting tulativcs.
HcmNJ-nGcn Is down to Nuckolls
county, visiting his sister.
J. C Brooks whs transacting busi
ness at Rod Cluuil, Wi'ttuuMlny.
K 1 Itrot'.haucr p irohased a team
from Win Muscgruve, lust wo k.
Win. unit 1 ml Uiottannor departed
overland lor Perkins county, last week.
Misses Petetsou ami Marlindalo from
Red Cloud, spun: Sunday with Miss
Hen Gibson and family, wern visiliuK
in Illoomiugton last week.
Mrs. F. Wittwvr is not hnpiovin as
rapidly as her m my friends winn.
Misses Tin oi'kmoi ton an I Wng.foncr,
weie visiting Willi Miss ltuiid on Mon
day. Howard Huiightiillng and family,
wetu viiting lulalivus lust week in the
W. G Sh union and two childtuu,
visited oul f i lead's in tliu south part of
SiuUli county, last week.
Perry Ueardsleu and family, Will
Hilton and family, spent Suudny with
liurvo Met rill and family.
Will Hilton has been pronounced
cuied. by the physicaiis of Lincoln,
and came home lust Ftiday.
Meit Houghtaliug and family, and
Mr. Houghtaliug and f tmliy were cal
'lug on Mr. Shannon's on Sunday.
Mr. Sopr, (Mrs. Will Htlbon'u father)
was visiting wlib them the last of the
week, and spent Sunday with Mr. II.
Until Sept. 15 you can buy
jewelery of us at cost and less.
We wish to reduce stock andi:
will do it if low price's are anyr
consideration to you.
We have extra large lines of
Watches 75c and up.
Chains Gold Plated 50c and up.
Cuff Buttons 20c and up.
Cameras 80c and up.
Come in and look
A Watch will be given away;
During the month of August.
Sample line, large lace collars, in
Venise, Oriental and Repouse lace.
Prices range from $1.00 to $5.00
Colors Arabian, White and Ecru.
LACE STOCK COLLARS
Sample line at 20c to 75c each.
25 pairs, were $2.75 3.00 and 3.25
On center table $1.75pair
Goodyear welt, all size 10 or 11
We have 15 waist left. They must go.
We have H white and 5 colored; made
by the Acorn people. There are:
4 size 32, S size 34, 2 size 36 and
2 size 3S.
Today $3.25 and $3.00 waists $2.00
2.50 " .... 1.50
2.00 " 1.25
1-50 " ,93
Soctisf action or Money Back
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The second crop of alfalfa is in
Dennis McC'artnoj's oats went 40
bushels per acre.
Threshing is the order of tho day and
small gtaiu as a mlu turns out poor.
J. T. Fiuit and son expect to attach
a blon stacker to their threshing mac
Mr. Allen Carpenter is doing a lively
business, he has sold several farms
Mrs. V. H. Surivner has boon on the
sick list tho last week, but is some
Scrivnor and Oust Moliuo say their
winter peaches will not be ripe for a
School will commenoo at Mt. Hopo
the first Monday in September, Mis.
Star will touch.
Chis. Fruit our soldier boy was hoard
from, hu is in l'ekin, China, and will
return homo next spiing. -
last Satur.lny, and visl'.ed with his
brother till M mday.
Grandma Collins is much improved
Spencor Potior is adding a poarch
to his house.
uuriey star. left last week for a
visit with relatives in Denver.
Hro. Courtnor filled bis appointment
at Crow Hill and Hlowvlllo, Suudny.
Frank and Charles Wiltwor aro
erecting a new kitchen for Ed McUrii
Mr. Bon Gibson, wifo and son wjro
visiting in Uloomington the past few
Mrs. Dollie Wilmot, of Coji,isspond
ing the week with her mother, Mrs.
Tho Sunday school at Mt. II pe is
progressing, Mr. Frank Wolfo is super
intendent. Otis Frazior and Klmor Heard dee
enjoyed theirselvos fishing at tho Lake
sidu pond, ono day Inst week
Mr. Charley Pof.or, wifo and children
of Wilcox, Nebraska aro hero visiting
with his brother Spencer and famry
Tho dances at Elliott and Wilson's
woro both well attended Saturday
niilht and everybody rcparts a good
Chillies Doaidsleo is doing- th
maion work on Mr Goo. litjardsWeriSv
no collar. t
Ulia Frazior will tench school mcz. -
district No. 1.18 tho ensuing year.
Mr. Sopher who hasbeetrsiajjage ;
with his daughter Mrs.-' Win. Hflto.
returped home, Monday. . .
Mr. Davo Logan and Mibnta. BawcdgCU.
alee spent Sunday At Cjhu.
Mr. Elmor Beardslee and fanirzs"
spoht Sunday evening with Hra.
J. G. Frazior attended the foe creams
supper at Mr. Wilson's, Saturday..ftigi2r
Mrs. II. O. Wilson gavo an fee- crtaaau
social, Saturday evening in honor aAu
her son Carlie's U7th birthday.
Mr. Howard Djw and Miss Hbe
Drake of Gartield woro visllingSuibu-.
at Mr. Morrill's.
Mr. Charley Davis has his mUInt aSIft.
Clan Fair's baby is on the siok 13X
Ed. Smith is visiting in Pailipstesz
Miss Erma Hurgcss of Hollairer Kcj
sas was visiting Suudny in this cornME
Ktin has come at last.
The corn is damaged to somo iteais..
by tliu diouth.
(Continued on Inst P.tge.
New, delicious summer
drink Wo have 37 dif
ferent flavors in
10c meals served; lunch
The Bon Ton
W. S. BENSE, Proprietor.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
We had a light ruin Monday nlg'nt
Joiso Mefford 1ft engaged in repair
ing tho roads.
Win, Kent is lnid up again with his
Georgo Simpson smiles all over,
when be snja, It's a gill."
Georgo Simpson was hauling lumber
from Guide Hock, last Wedniaday, to
build a btrn.
Guy Dime's and wifo ,wero visiting
with his bi other J.ick, near Dostwick,
1 ist Sunday.
N L. D. Smith nnd wife, n'tendol
tho union church service in Red Cloud,
Inst Sunday evening.
Charles nnd Howard Ailes, were
hauling bridgo mateihl from Guide
Hock, last Monday.
Wm. Howon and Kay Workmau,
with tlioir best giih attended the
uuion church service in Ked Cloud
last Sunday evoning.
Hoy Wilson is plowing for wheat.
Mrs. Harvoy is reported to bo quite
Miss Wilola Payno was down to Red
Mr. and Mrs. Coplon woro dbwn
Guide Ro'ck, Sunday.
Mrs Hanson bad somo of her corn
A nico rain fell hero last Monday
E. E. Hicks was down on Elm creek,
tho lirst of tho week on business.
Mrs. Cash Keith nnd children, of
HnsiiuR, visited at Mis. Woodsido lust
Mr.Wratten returned fioin California
last Wednesday. Ho has bi'en gone
almost two years aud sujs thero is
(fiito a change in liladun during his
Miss Allco Tuck left last Tuesduy for
Supuiior, where sho visit relatives
beforo sho returns to her huuo in
Tho Misses Jessie, Ethel nnd Cairiu
Householder, left Tuesday for DeweeeO
to attend camp meeting.
C. E: Spenco went to Upland, last
Saturday, and spent Sunday witn his
family returning Monday.
Mrs. E irnest Rued is spending tho
week with bor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
11. U. lioyd, south of town.
Mis. Ouier Gognon wentto Upland
last Monday evoning, returning Tues
Mr. Lockhart is rebuilding tho house
ho purchasrd of Mr, litunuer.
Mr. Albright of Red Cloud, was in
this city last Tuesday,
Frank Burden wont to Campbell,
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