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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1905)
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Pre-inveitory. Invoicing time is near at hand.
When the jtfme for Clearing Sale comes we re
alise the f ct that' price ip the dominant feature in
order to cl :ar-up stcck. IThe great success of our
sales assuijs us that 'RADICAL PRICE REDUC
TIQNS'is ;he only way to quickly realize the result.
AH custoi icrs know the prices, as everything is
markeel in plain'figures at this store.
tho pike," which thoy did. When tho7
wore noaiing homo thoy mot Mr. Ste
vens and in h buggy mid begun to an
noy him, but ho succeeded in twinning
them. On M inday tho sheriff of Jowoll
county nrri'Htcd tho boyH and took
them to MunktUo, whore thoy woro put
If you b
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of tho pioco tint you bought
lL'lit nuy of those goods early in tho season you paid
or 420o Dor yard frlr thorn. You may f hid a short length
Yon can buy thorn now at
8, JO And 12 1-2C
8 pieces floqcod Goods that wero 8 uud 10c, now 5c
Toilo do Kord Ginghams wash well and are fast co'ors. Many
of our custoi ors are very thojrougly familiar with tho merits of this
brand of go is. I;
Good pn terns for Waists Boys' and Men's Shirts, Dresses, etc.,
worth 12c, o close out short lengths, c per yard, a clearing sav
ing of 3.'ty p cent. The patterns are flue We need the room for
tho now line ;o be shown Folkruary 1.
To Febr ary I, Tone1, de Nord Ginghams, 9c
RKMCAL REDUCTIONS !
in our Cloal department ftVo havo about 25 this season's Cloaks
left Wo al going to makfft an extra effort to soil every garment.
Tho Ladies' Aid S icioty mot with
Mrs F. L. Ilinos Wednesday afternoon.
Mr Swart, and wife visited with
Jim Overman nnd family, wi'ht of Kod
Cloud, Saturday afternoon itid Sun
day. There was no preaching at tho Am
boy School houso last Sunday after
noon on account of thn funeral services
ut lted Cloud.
The song service at the school houso
hi't Saturday evening wns not very
well attended on account of fo many
clubs meeting that evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller arid family visit
ed with Mr. and Mrs Cockrell Friday
evening During the ovoning ice
cream and cake wero servo I.
Tho now telephone line from A in boy
to Hod Cloud i? progressing slowly and
when completed will bo n great im
provement over tho old toothpick line.
I. Frisbio returned homo from Lin
coln last Monday, where ho has been
attending a miller's convention and
also visiting with his daughter, Mrs.
The wolf hunt Tuesday was well
attended, considering the snvero cold
weather, but as far as capturing any
wolves it was a failure. The boys ran
shoot jnck rabbits, but when it comes
to wolves they ate not in it.
Quality Club No. 31 mot with John
Holcomb and wife Saturday evening.
Thn evening was spent playing games
and other amusements until a late
hour, when the table was spread and
all partook of the dainties of tho season
that Mrs. Holcomb is go famous for
preparing. Thoy adjourned to meet
in two weeka.
Uobert Denton nnd wife spent Sun
day at the homo of George Denton,
south of town.
D. 11. Clark and wife of Campbell
wero visiting at tho homo of J. Wil
liams last Sunday.
Charles Fit, wm called to Boulder,
Colo., last Saturday by tho serious ill
Hess of his mother.
Willie Letuer and uifo of Hastings
nre visiting at die homo of tho lattor'u
parents, Thonins Snyder and wife.
$8 foaks S4.75, $10 Coats 96. $12.50 Goats S7.50
Wo stillhavo a fow la
much sorvil) if you do no
87.&0 Coatslttt! 50, 910 C
seasou's loose back Jackets, just ns
care about tho style. $5 Coats W.85,
s at i:5..'J5, 81.50 Coats at 14.20.
A lJgo lot of
will be lire about h
Preium Dish slips
irman China Premium Dishes
liven with all cash and produce trade.
Interesting litems Gattj
)f Ksbon wat
have moved into jtheir
ex poets sq0n to'go to
GUI )E ROCKI
Mine Ifnnn I''i allNOn IS Oil I
""list this week.
K. W. Fowoll
Attorney J. I. Chnflln wla on our
new brick buil
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Arizona tor lus neami.
Bank Kxamibor Haldemin
(Juido Uook Thursday. 1
KrncsHtaddon gavo a sun-iso party
for Harry Taylor Thursdaj.
Chester Viers, son of -(Mrs Hattio
Tiers, is sick wan crjinjuius.
Wo understand tliero is l, uo ft mo,ji
cino show hero in tho uenljUUUOi
Ilnmilton'd big hog nlf tnium him
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.lay ivy kit wmiv t"
whoro h'i will uUUergo
Weather still sold.
Alex Monia is reported to be on the
It S. Denny, who is visiting in Iowa,
is leported to bo sick.
Flora Keeve taught one day last
week for Miss Brngg, who was sick.
A number of Stillwatir people at
tended tho funeral of Joe Doming at
Guide llock last Friday.
The Misses Brown of Frontier county
are visiting their aunt, Mrs. II W
Hubbard, and other rolativo.
G. M Albin and family expect to
move to (iuide Hock in tho spring,
having purchased property there.
Will Crr.,ior is preparing to remodel
and build an addition to tho house on
tho Thomas Finnoy farm, which he
Will Cro.ier and John Howard wont
over to Nuckolls county Saturday to
see William Middloton. who has been
sick for some time. They returned
Mrs Bollo Carrington and Mrs Lou
Elmore, both of Missouri, arrived last
Saturday evening for a visit with thoir
father, George Henderson, who has
been very sick, but is reported to bo a
his loft log.
Edward Vinton, the man who gave
the bosunoving picture show ever seen
in Guide llock, was hero Saturday.
S. A Garber's now photo gallery is
now open. Latest stylos in photogra
phy; now stylo cards. C til and see him.
Thorn wa a big wolf huct hero on
tho 20th in which 150 men wero engag
ed. Thov took in a pquare of four
miles and killed six wolves.
At'ornoy Clinftin was down from
Hod Cioud Wednesday to act as at
torney for J. S. L'lratont and G W.
Crow in tho case of Largentand Crow
A numbor of our young toughs raised
a disturbance at the dance last Friday
night and did considerable damage to
property around town. Wo may havo
to ro-onlist Marshal Jones of Superior
to keep order.
Low Perry, while out hunting Sun
day, had tho misfortune to shoot him
self in the foot with a 22 caliber rifle.
While talking to Rfmo nion he rested
mu.lo of tho riflo on his foot. The
gun was accidentally discharged and
the ball entered his foit. The doctors
havo not boon able to lncato tho bullet.
About ton or liftoon boys wont out
from North Branch to tho homi of
Mrs A, L Heddoii to serenade Sher
man Shipman and his bride. The
father of the groom came outwi'hau
old army musket and told Ilium to "hit
Jasper Smith visited with his parents
Will Parker and wife visited Mrs.
Ailes last Sunday.
Guy Barnes was hauling ront corn
the first of tho wook.
Mrs. Ida Sheldon was visiting Mrs.
Emma Smith last Sunday.
Mis Myrtle Smith was visiting M s
Elna McCartney last Sunday.
' John Mottor and family were visit
ing with James Boauchamp last Sun
day. Georgo Bradshaw, with his mother
and sister, visited Mrs. Louisa Ailes
A. B. .Wiggins took six cars of cattle
and one car of hogs to market tho first
of tho week.
The East Gartiold Telephono Co.
has received part of its poles intended
for use in the construction of its now
Tho Rev. Parsons preached at the
Methodist church last Sunday. Hev.
Taylor, tho regular pastor, ii conduct
ing a revival at Lono Tree.
Charles Wolf went to market with
ono car of cattlo and one car of hogs
lust Monday. Four of his hogs woro
overlain and smothered on tho road to
Otto Jensen has put up a now
Yanco Sorgenuon shelled corn for
Wm Crabill last Saturday.
Mrs. Go) tie Hansen has had
windmill put up on her farm.
Tom Chnflln nnd family f-ponl list
Sunday visiting at Cora Ctiaflin's
Suvoral of our neighbors attended
the phono meeting at Hud Cloud.
Ed. Bretthauer and Claude Wilson
traded buggies one day last week.
William Patten purchased a nice
young horse at the sale last week.
Yanco Sorgonson and William Cra
bill each shipped two cars of cattle to
Kansas City last week.
Van Negley was in this vicinity last
Tuesday. He will soon move on to the
farm vacated by Mint Garner.
Coulson, Mr. Wurthon and Kay Arne
son, lint week.
Many will take advnutago of this
cold weather and till their ice houses.
T. F. Jones, who has been visiting
with his brother in Emporia, Kansas,,
George Middloton and family, whi
havo been visiting in Beatrice for some
time, aro homo again.
Mr Tyler, who bought the Jessexi
farm, has arrived with his family. We
welcome them to their new homo
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of News Found in The g
Chiof of Twenty Yenrs Ago X
This Weok V V
C. J. Pope wits lit tho city this weok..
J. II. Korninn was in Iowa last weok.
St. VuleiiMuo'H day will soon bo here.
Mrs. 1 H. Gump Iiiih gone oust on
Palmer Way visited in town this
wook. Mr.s. G. R Chauey is visiting in
J. N Ricknrds wont to Beatrice lat
The Plonsaut Hour club will meet
U. G. Knight is express ngent at !
A. Lau tor bach took in the sight) of
Lincoln this week.
D. C. Myers and wife have return!
from their visit in Salem, Kunsas.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Crubill are lh,
parents of 11 boy, born lust Friday.
Dr. Shorer lias presented tho BaptlnC
church with h handsome now lamp.
Treasurer Buschow wont to Lincoln
Monday to sottle with the state trea
surer. Tho Blue Hill Odd Follow will met
with tho Red Cloud lodge Saturday
Henry Cook has just received u thou
sand free samples of Dr. King' Nw
Tuesday night the f Honda of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C Warnor gave them a snr
Soo Garber lion resigned ut mail
agont and will resume bis clerkship
on the farm.
Tho annual estimate of oxpensm.
mndo by tho county board for thenoxt
year is $38,000.
Will Smith of Minden, vice presi
dent of tho Nebraska Lumber Co., was1
in town this week.
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Creede Perry was shelling corn for
the Blankenbaker brothers, Frank
Mrs G. W. Knight und Mrs. J. W.
Warren aro in Beatrice this week, re
presenting tho W. R C.
J. W. Warren and W. B. Roby repre
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Albert McCoy wont to Cowlos
Mrs R. C. Chevalier of Cimpboll was
in tho city Monday,
O Ivorson took sorao cattlo to Kan
sas City tho first of tho week.
J. C. Hartman and wifo wont to
Hastings the first of tho week.
Quite a numbor from here attended
tho sale norrh of town Tuesday.
Goirge Soloman and wife are proud
parents of a baby boy, born Mondpy.
Vet Widdersheim and wjfe visited at
the home of Ernest Rued last Sunday.
Miss Parkins went to Campbell
Friday ovoning and visited with friends
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