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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1904)
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Interstate Reunion, Red Cloud, September 5th to lOth.
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. SEPTEMBER, 2 1901.
NUMBER 36 I
Interesting Items Gnthorcd
by Our County Reporters.
TWO for ONE
We have placed, on our center table, a Large lot of
Wash goods and Dress gpods to Close Out Quic&ly.
Not 20 per cent Discount: but BETTER STILL.
You Buy a dress or waist 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.
Black Dress Goods
Purchase a dress and we give you one.
Goods Purchased at $1.00 secures you Free one at 0Oc a yard
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.
Sample line, large lace collars, in
Venise, Oriental and Repouse lace.
Prices range from $"i.oo 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 U white and 5 colored; made
by the Acorn people. There are:
4 size 32, 8 size 34, 2 size 36 and
2 size 3S.
Today $3.25 and $3.00 waists-
Satisfaction or Morvey Back
42 Piece Dinner Sets Given
With every 10 cent purchase, either in cash or
produce, we will give you a coupon bering a number
and entitling you to a chance in the drawing.
We have already given three sets away.
We sell you Groceries as cheap or cheaper than you can
get them elsewhere and besides give you an opportunity to
get one of these handsome sets Free.
ALBRIGHT and RIFE.
This Year's Corps of Teachers.
School will begin next Monday with
a full corps of teacher, tho inui jority
of whom liavo not heretofore taught
in this city, whilo nil have had con
siderablo experience. Tho following
are theories elected:
North ward-Mrs Chop, Miss EUin.
Miss Ducker, Miss Inez Ellis, Miss
inompson, Miss Morrow, Miss Perki
South ward-Miss Skjelver,
Abel, Miss Pope, Miss (Jetting.
Mr?. Kimmeland children, who havo
bein rlalting heio the past month,
returned to their home (it Kothville,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C Cutler and child
ren were passengers to lied Cloud
Tuesday mi ruing.
Mrs. Strieker and d.uightcr and son
Will Jelt Tuesday morning ft-r St.
Mr. and Mrs. Oio-h returned homo
llie tht of the ween from tho west-em-part
of the state.
Wash Heed it ft the first of the week
for Genoa, this state, to visit hit daugh
ter. Gertie Dority and Pearl Neeloy are
attending the stale fair this week.
Mrs. Easterly and daughter are visit
ing friends iu Lincoln, and taking in
Lloyd Easterly is visiting his grand
parents at Deweese, this week.
I). P. Davis left Monday to vUit his
brotuer at Lincoln, auu take in the
C. D. Soper left Monday, for a visit
C. Horrigan and wife, who have been
working on bis father's far.n tbii sum
mer, left for Chicago, the llrat of the
wetk, where they will leside.
R. Beet, who with his wife and baby
were in tue wreck at Violtt.are still in
the ho'pital at Wjtuore, and getting
Mrs. F. Tooker, who has been visiting
ber parents near here, returned to
The'framo work of V. S. Hall's 7500
residence was raised last wek by
the carpenters from Blue Hill.
W. It. Auderson is entertaining a
brother from Indiana who contunplates
buying; a farm and move west.
It is r ported that the Dickerson
farm north of town was sold for ICOOO
C. E. Hicks mndo an overland trip
to the couuty seal, this week.
Mrs. John Giemlialgh is viiiting
with relativoi at Wilson, Kan.
Miss Miible Day of lied Cloud was in
Cowloi last Saturday.
Some of our most enterprising young
men havo bteu furnishing tho town
and vicinity with watermelon.
Miss Pearl Pope came up from Red
Cloud Monday, to visit with her friend,
Miss Dora Liey.
Mr. Simeon Thomas left Monday,
fur Lincoln, where ho expects to enter
the Linculo businisi college
Mr. Lewis Jipp, who Ins been sick
for soma time, is repotted better. His
mother arrived a few days ago to help
care for him.
Business is being carried n in tho
new bank hero and wo think it u great
improvement for tho town.
A number of our young folks left
Tuesday, to attend thu state fair, at
Don't forget tho social at tho Chris
tian church, Fiiday eveniug, Septem
ber 2. All are invited.
Until September 15 you can buy
Jewelry of us at cost and lessr We
wish to reduce stock and will do it
if low prices are any consideration
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 i.e given away.
Minnie Durrett, hone who has boon at
the cltr hospital undergoing a serious
Chs, H. Frisble went to Lincoln,
Monday, to take in the State Fair.
George Frm'ae of Lebanon, Kan., is
Eirl Lewis went to Cowles, Sunday.
The Mill Co. sent a load of flour, to
Mt. Clare Saturday.
Mrp. Win. Pollings is still in
Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Scrlvner
home from their mountain trip.
Mr. and Mr. Clark Stevens will go
for a visit to their old home in Indian",
in the near future.
Mr. Snider, from near Gaido Rnk,
was prospecting in this neighborhood
Harry Wolf, formerly of this place,
now of Washington county, Kinsis, is
veiling with his brother Frank.
School will cotnmenco next Monday
at Mount Hope.
Miss Laura Wllmot is visiting
si.twr, Mr. Rose Davis this week.
Mr. tt. W. Shannon was electrd class
leader at Crow Hill Sunday.
Thomas Kralick has erected a new
Rev. Curtner will preach bis farewell
sermon at Pleasant Grove Sunday Sept.
Hurley Starr is on the sink list.
John Doyle's new barn will soon be
Mrs, Fred Wittwer Is well again
after a few weeks of illnes.
Wm. Fruzier shingled his barn this
Fred Wittwer purchased CO acroj of
land of Thomas Kralik.
Miss Sadio MiCartnev nnd lady
friendi wero Sunday visitors with
John Hnresnapi) attended tho Smith
County fair last week.
Benny Kenrdslee and the Merrill
young folks to -k in tho bluwout at
A family of girls in North west At
chison inado so much noise with their
laughing, singing, piano playing and
porch entertainments that tho neigh
bors wore kept awalo nights. They
protested In vain, till finally b man
called who told tho young ladles that
ho had to work, and could not havo his
rest at night disturbed. They ave
him a flippant reply whlob aroused his
anger, atid he took steps to got out nn
injunction. This Is said to have had
a chloroform effect, but Itis not known
how long It will last. Why not an in
junction 1 Why not ou injunction re
straining tho man who owns a lady
dog ? Why not an injunction ngainst
tho owner of cows that bawl till night ?
The electric light on tho front porch
is an effective chnperou for girls. It
you haven't ono on your porch, put
It on aud don't grnmblo when you pay
tho bills. Suvo on tho light in tho
kitchen, if need be, but keop that
light going ou the front porch.
That Settle's It.
When a Colorado land stone walk is
laid that si tiles it. See Overing iJroa.
& Co. for prices.
Got his face clean, and tho
boy is us good looking as tho
Fine rain felt here Sundny night.
Cbos, Ilrubakor and J.W.Saladen,
aro putting a new floor in tho A in boy
Ml.s Ethel Emick was reported on
tho sick Hit, last week.
Miss Maud Miller is expected homo
this week, accompanied by her moiher
and two listers from Iudana.
Mr. and Mrs. Ida Ames, of Kirktnan,
la , and two sons aro visiting at the
Dakerand Lowls homes.
Miss A) t Baker went to Lirciln,
Monday, to accompany her sisti r Mn,
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