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THE RED GLOID CHIEF
VOLUME XX XI I r.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FEBRUARY J, 1M)5.
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Miner Bros. Miner Bros, i
CLEARING SALE !
Pre-invcntory. Invoicing time is near at hand.
When the time for Clearing Sale comes we re
alize the fact that price is the dominant feature in
order to clear up stock. The great success of our
sales assures us that RADICAL PRICE REDUC
TIONS is the only way to quickly realize the result.
All customers know the prices, as everything is
marked-in plain figures at this store.
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i ,) nullum, uiij in muau gunim uiiny 111 UIU Nunsoil .Villi ltllll
I'J'.e, Ifio, 18 or 2(lc, nor yard for them. You may Hud a short length
f the piece that you bought. You can buy them now at
8, lO and 12 1-2c
8 pieces Fleeced Goods that wore Sand 10, uow oc
Toilo do Nord Ginghams wash well and are fast co'ors. Many
of our customers are very thorougly familiar with tho merits of this
brand of goods.
Good patterns for Waists, Boys' aud Men's Shirts, Dresses, etc.,
worth llijc, to close out short lengths, 9c per yard, a clearing sav
ing ot JMJ per cent. Tho patterns are line Wo need tho room for
tho new lino to be shown February 1.
To February f, Tolle de Nord Ginghams, 9c
RADICAL REDUCTIONS !
in our Cloak department We have about 25 this season's Cloaks
left. Wo aro going to make an extra effort to sell ovory garment.
$8 Cloaks $4.75, $10 Coats $6. $12.50 Coats S7.50
We still have a few last season's loo-o back Jackets, just as
much sorvico if you do not caro about tho stylo. So Coats $1.8."i,
&7.S0 Coats at $2 50, $10 Coats at S.'t..'t5, $1.50 Coats at $4.20.
A large lot of German China Premium Dishes'
will be here about January 30.
Premium Dish slips given with all cash and produce trade.
X Interesting Items Gathered
I by Our County R-eporters
Ktnmii Malino is leaching (hi) winter
Alex Bcntlov thinks of .selling out
ami quitting fanning.
Mi". Fianeis, over south, who has
Won ill for some time, is iuiprovii g
Frank Wolf has Hold his fat cows at
$3 pur hundred to Win. Kuohn, our
Mrs. Huntley of Red Cloud has boon
ifcccpiug house for hot son Alex for tho
past two weeks.
Mrs O-oir Serivner of Norton, Kan ,
is visiting with relatives aud fiieuds
in this neighborhood,
Bm Stevens, who is teaching on
White Hook creek, ton miles south, was
homo Siturday and Sunday.
Mr. Haniiiglon has sold his 80 nnro
fiirtu to Ike Wilmot, for $3,200. Ho
nnld his fat cattle to H. C Cutter.
Wo only know of 0110 niun on this
meek who does not badly want a
Uiono. lie says lie hits done without
0110 for 5 joimi and can aland it that
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much longer. All tho others aro anxi
ous for the weather to hreak, so the
work on the line can ho completed.
Mrs. James Fruit has hud quite a
serious attack of pleurisy, hut is now
getting hotter. Dr M orison of Wont
er was her physician.
Harvey (irthain has hud a serious
time with a gathering on his hand. Hm
has hud it lanced, and is still badly
crippled from tho ifiVots
While we have had some winter in
January, we can still congratulate our
solves on the line full weather, up to
Jinnary. At anytime tip to the Hist
of the year a man could work his farm.
Hurl Stair is now superintendent 0
tho Mount Hope sdiou and is giving
tho best or. satisfaction. He will make
ateneherliko Prof. Wajn-i Wolf and
J W Giynnr, who can teach in one
disttict for ton yeais.
ChnsCorwin is on the siok list.
George Uoevea ia on tue sick list this
Jack Iltiyos was on tho sick list last
Wo understand there is to lie a new
Hodge? Bios, have one of the linest
store rooms in the valley,
Henry Street viind with William
Reeves and fuiiiil Sunday and Mon
day. Frank (.Viper's little daughter, Win
nie, is reported as having smahpnx
The Quaker Medicine C. will he in
Guide Hock from the (5 n to tho Hth.
Hob McBrido and wife ol R.-d Cloud
were guests of .')r. Robinson and family
N. L. Bill, who unil' the Guide R.ek
telephone system, at rived hero again
Mrs. William Reeves and liflo
daughter visited m the homo of her
tnolhur, Mis. ,S reet
Anson Cither left for Proscott, Ati. ,
Monday night, wheie ho goes for the
benefit of his hualth.
Hert (jarber, the Guide Rook photo
grapher, was in licit Cloud the lirst of
the week on business.
William Reeves, propnetor of tho
Guide Rock house, puts up tho best 26
cent meal in the valley.
Max Bailor shot George Hunt's biid
dot Monday morning The dog was
killing Bmtei's pet rabbits.
Sjo Bert (iarber for up-to-date
photography. Cabinets and stamp
photos. Pictures enlarged.
Hilly Montgomery, or "Mont," as the
as tho boys call him, is the swifiest.
checker player Guide Rock has ever
Messrs Lain, Fied Hodges, Bert
Gurber, Clarauco R-vco and Clarence
Sheeley were guests at the Commercial
hotel Sunday evening
E. W Copten, stioo iu-.endent of the
poor farm, was in Guide Rock Sunday
and Monday visiting his brother, and
whilo hero contracted with N. L. Ball
to complete the R-tl Cloud teh phone
lines. Mr. Bill i an expert in that
line. The Guide Rock Telephono Co.
was woil pleased with tho work which
ho did for them.
hot of snow nowadays
Bimi Gibson sports a new sled.
Have Logan spout Sunday in Cora.
IViss Mary Cowdan i on the sick list.
Logan township's boaid met at L.
Fied Wittwer is suffering from an
attack of rhcuimiiiMii.
Harvey Merrill is visi'ing his brother
and family in Mis-ouri
Lawrence Doyle bus painted his barn
and shingled his hott-e.
Charles Heant-lee, who has been on
the sick lii, is iiupioiiL'.
Perry Bwdslen made a business
ttip to Smith Center Tuesday.
J. .1. Fra.ier, the H owviilo butcher,
killed another beef last week.
Not a very large crowd nttended
church Sunday on account of tho. snow
Lnfe Fitzgerald is building the found
ation for Klmer Bnardsico's now houe.
Charley Fra.ier has gone to Decatur
county, Kansas, 10 look after his now
Ed. Goldsworth and family depart! d
this week for Sheiiihn coi'iny iinnnko
tlia their future home.
P. A Wittwer, the president of the
telephone cmiaii, was out callirg
on his neighbor s Sunday.
Hiinry Nyberg ann Wm.Forgey went
10 Lebanon on dav Inst week to order
"phonos for tho "Dutch Pint Telephone
There will boi box suppor nt Crow
Hill school house Fridaj evening in
order to purchase a new bell for tho
Miss Httz-1 Saott is ono among the
s'o tnis week.
Ed Koon's have movod into tho bouse
vacated by Homor Tnonias.
Too book "Mrs Wiggs" will bo play
d at tho Congregational church
Mrs M R Adiiujsnn returned home
Tuesday fri m Ho'hany, Nrbr., where
she had been lor some tin)".
Due to cold weather aiid Ini'k of
spirit, the hunteiH did not venture out
on their wolf hunt Wednesday, but re
tnaiucd bj the fitesido.
Richard Grccnhalgh has recently
bought the barber shop belonging to
Thornt Foe and now has out. a new
sign read'ng, "Whiskers Extracted
Without P.l.,"to tho spectators,
laughing gas as per order.
Homer Tin m-is aid wife leave
Wednesday for southern California,
whero they hope to ni-iko their future
homo. Tl.oy had intended to start
eatlier, hut. as Hxnier was taken sick
thev were obliged to wail a few days
for his n 01 very
Paul Rocehr is wot king for W. J.
Aim Gust is sick at the homo of
Mrs. S ('. Shuck was a guest at Win.
Van Dike's one day this wick.
The 'phone lino from Red Cloud to
the statu line is almost 1 ipleted.
William Van Dyke has been visiting
fiiends at Montiose, Kan., and Guide
Moving lime has come for farm ten
ants and thov are changing locations
for the coming year.
Hen Van D3 ke attended tho revival
meetings u Lebanon this week and
repot t a good Hireling.
Word has been receiv d here from
Fountain, Oklahoma, that Mrs Guthrie
was veiy ill and not expected to live.
Friday to visit with ..her parents ti'l
Mis. ft C. Chevalier of Campbell
was visiting at the home of Mrs. N. vS.
Maoklin hint Wednesday. '
Mis Joe Hall returned from Nol
Vork 'last Monday, after spending
month visiting friends and relatives. ,
Miss Ruth Householder of Rosomont
and Misses Ethel and Frances Hntisp
holdor of DoweoBO came homo Fiidav
evening and spent Sunday with th if
parents, rciurnirg Monday morning to
Mr Ai'diihon drove up to Hastings
last Tin slay.
Mist. P. ail MiCallnm vistcd homo
folka Insi Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Nellie Runibaiigh wont home
WALNUT CRKKK .
The Jones Iiojh have a new sleigh.
Mr. Farnhan sold two fat cown
Frank CotiUon has been putting up
ice this week.
Mi. Wnitely and Mr. Warihen aro
busy hauling corn.
Mrs. Arneson, who hns been .siok for
seveial days, is belter.
Messrs. Hawkings and Biough woro
circula'iiiga petition to have the roml
from their west corner put onto tho
A number of ladies, with well tilled
basnets, tnt at the home of Mrs. Mah
Ion Points last hist I'Viday Three
uotufortui's were tied dunng the day.
A ory plots nit lime was repot tod.
(i run toil this week. Roportod by (7.
A. Snow it Co., pntont attorneys,
Washington. D C.
Robert L. Dassey, (Jrand IslutuL
cabooso light; Joseph A l Wolf,
Sidney, extension table. For a copy
of any of tho tibovo patents send ton
cents in postage stumps with date ot
this paper to C. A Snow A Co Wash
ington, D. C.
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alum baking powder?
It is worth your white to inquire.
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