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S LQCALETTES 5
Mrs. t'h.ii. Winfi-y i in tin- e'tv.
Mr.'(.tros WHjit oast "'i l'i Tuesday.
U.S Oluitcadi in Omaha this week
tfoo. HollNter wont to MuCook Siil
day. Will AtiUl has returned homo from
Matinee utthoTope-' Nittuday iil'tot
noon. Old pipers 5 oenfs a bundle at lliis
Saturday afternoon Matinee at Hip
Tepee. . 1
Mrs. Oscar Hughes was in Wynioio
Prof. Moritz returned from Hustings
Hoy Ivobln'-on was in Guidu Koek
Omar Doling returned homo Tuesday
A. 1'. Ely went to Not folk Monday
Attend the Tepee next Saturday
Alvin l'ope returned to New York
Tress Hanvood and family are home
The lied Cloud public schools will
John Myers returned home from
Paul Pharos arrived in the city the
last of the week.
John Moede has returned to his
home in lilue Hill.
Miss i:isio Cather left Monday
morning for 1-ioston.
Frit. Moede spent Sunday hi Hlue
Hill with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. John Potter returned
J. Wagoner and wile went to Kansas
City Sunday morning.
Mrs. O. ('. Tool returned from Lin
coln .Saturday evening.
St Dr. Stock man for eye glasses
Mark Parks returned home from
Denver Monday evening.
Mrs. Chits. Cather and .lack were in
Hastings Friday via auto.
Mrs. : II. llttst left Monday morn
ing for Des Moines, Iowa.
Mrs. A. C. Hosnier left for Craig,
Missouri Sunday morning.
S10, $12, Sill and $11 will buy a good
Single Harness at Foor.is.
Ask The Ked Cloud Htlw. Co., about
that New Wagon you need.
Mr. and Mrs. Marry Heal wore down
from MeCook over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hurgess have re
turned from tho mountains.
Chits. Shellak and wife returned
home from Hastings Monday.
Miss Mary Temple returned to
Kansas City Monday morning.
Th Best I'laoo in town to buy Paint
is at "Tho lied Cloud lldw. Co."
For Ileal Estate Loans or Insurance
bic Sellars, Garber and Hutchison.
Calicoes American Prints Five
ctuts per yard. Mixi:it l!ns. and Co.
Mi-K Edna Williams entertained a
few girl friends Wednesday afternoon.
Colvin .t Kent sold (MO acres of land
Saturday to Sam Sehuck forJIO.OlO.OO.
Phil Grout is the guest of his broth
er Charles r.rout and family this week.
Mrs. Jack Purcoll arrived in the city
Monday evening for a visit with friends.
Miss Gladys Williamson returned
home from Kansas City Sunday even
ing. Mrs. Geo. HolliBter and daughter
Mario returned from Lincoln Satur-
Electric fans will be operated in the
opera house Saturday night to keep
Miss Flora Palmor returned to Den
ver Wednesday evening where she has
a position in ft dry goods store.
THE; STATE fcJti rrcvjwui
WRIGHT BROS. AEROPLANE
IN DAILY FLIGHTS .
LOMQARDO SYMPHONY BAND
AND OPERA CONCERT COMPANY
GREAT RACES PATTERSON SHOWS
Samuel Miller of Hebron. Nebraska
is visiting friend, in this eify this
Mr ILissong will preach at the Gar
field chtol lioii-e next Sunday Sept. t.
! P. M.
Mrs. W. S. Ooiisf went li Teouni-olt
the lust of the week to visit her
Mrs. Ethel Hunt went to Heutileo
Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Carl
Chas. KohulUand Mr. Post left Mon
day evening fur the western part of
A.T. Walk'r left Wednesday tuorr
tng for Colorado to take treatment for
Mrs. Karl P.itnek of Omaha is visit
ing her parents, Dr. Cook and wife
Job wanted -Two boys aged 12 and
1 1 want jwbs in eountrv. Inquire at
Misses Flora and Heitlia Palmer
fcpent Sunday in Inavale with their
The Chief oilice takes subscriptions
and renewals for the Twentieth Cen
Mrs. Kobert Mcl'.rido and children
spent Saturday in Hlue Hill the guest
of Mrs Frahm.
All the great artists sing for the
Victor and Edison. Hear them at
New house Uros.
Try getting your Pictures framed at
Tho J. C. Slos Paint, Wall Paper, and
Miss Uertha Harlow came home
from Central Ctty, NeUr.. Friday to
visit her parents
Postmaster Hacker returned home
Wednesday morning from his visit to
the Pacific coast.
Mis- Vernon Storey entertained a
few friends Monday afternoon in honor
of Juliet Oalusha
Miss M.iry D.iiiiorell entertained at
a little dancing party at her home
Mr. end Mrs. Hurgess of Dewitt
were the guests of A. T. Walker and
wife last of the week.
Miss Myrtle CarpenU rwho has been
visiting friends in Blue Hill returned
homo Monday evening.
Hir. Points and wife of lnnvale were
in Ked Cloud Saturday visiting her
mother, Mrs. A meson.
ltetnember that very thing Is cheap
er and better in the Harness line at
Fof.KL's than any other place.
Well improved farm close to Ked
Cloud for sale on easy payments
Sellars, Garber and Hutchison.
(io to the Ked Cioud Milling Co., for
your shorts and brands in half ton
lots or more at wholesale prices.
Mr. Trout anil famllyreturued homo
after a l months pleasure trip through
Washington, Oregon and Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Si mm Kobertson went
to Lincoln Wednesday morning to
visit their daughter Mis. Will Kizer
Mrs. Jas. Moranvillo returned from
St. Joe Monday whor.o she hail been
purchasing her fall stock of Millinery.
llov Ira Arnold is sollcting in theto
parts this week for students for the
Brethren college at McPherson, Kan
sas. Mrs. Jessie Dickson of Newark, New
Jersey arrived In lied Cloud the latter
part of the week to visit her mother
No matter whether you are n Wood-
mau or not you'll enjoy the play, 'A
Modern Woodman" at the opera house
Mrs Frod Coon and children camo
in Wednesday evening from Guide
Rock to make her mother. Mrs. A.
Holmgrain a visit.
Found During Chautauqua week
a little girl's parasol owner can have
Eiiino by paying for this notice. In
quire at this office.
Dr Warrick, tho specialist will moot
eye, ear, nose and throat patient and
those neoding glasses properly fitted
at Dr.Pamerell's otllce in Red Cloud
Tuesday. September Cth.
Fni; Tiivdb liM acres at North
Platte. Will trade for A or more acres
near lied Cloud. For particulars In-
qUile of.). C. Sl.'ls,
Will Hunt has resigned his position
at Mercer's barber shop and has gono
to Blue Hill where he has accepted a
job In a barber shop.
l!ov J. M. Bates will return from
his vacation at Valentine on Saturdny
and will hold s-ot vices in draco church
the next two Sundays.
llov Jarboe will preach in the morn
ing and llov. Ira Wagoner in the even
ing at tho Brethren church next Sun
day. All are welcome.
The idea of teaching every gill to
thump tho piano, and every boy tobea
bookkeeper will make potatoes worth
SS a barrel in 'JO years.
Use a Hull Detachable 1 1 audio Um
brella. Children si.es S1.00 and up.
Ladles or gents si.es special ?1.2."i and
up. Gel them of Nowhouso.
Having closed out my framing busi
ness in the Potter Block you can Hud
mo at present under the State Bank
with J. C. Sloss, h. F. Mi:tivu
Miss Kdith Woods stopped otr in
Red Cloud Sunday on her way homo
from Montana to Iowa, and was the
guest of Bllllo Walters while here.
When a young man sits in '.he parjor
talking nonsense to his best girl
that's capital. But when he hastostay
in of evenings after they're married
livery body is talking about the
Woodman Play by "local talent" thats
a sure sign of a big house, do where
the crowd goes to the opera house
Don't forget that next Sunday at
I P. M. is Mr. Jarboe'.s time at the
Indian Creek school house. Ho will
preach from tho subject of "Heaven."
livery body come.
Frank Cowtlon and wife are homo
from Chicago and New York City
where ho has been buying u fall ami
winter lino of clothing for the
Cowdon-Kaley Clothing Co.
Henry Newhouso and two sons,
Clatenco Gum, and Arthur lludon
went, to Blue Hill Sunday viaautowith
Wilber Peterson to witness tho Boston
Bloomers vs Blue Hill ball game.
Having made u change in our busi
ness. All persons knowing themsel
ves indebted to us will please call and
settle as wo want to close all open ac
counts by Sept. 1st. MoiiiiAitT Bno..
In order thnt those living out of
town may have an opportunity to soo
tho moving pictures the management
has arranged for Saturday afternoon
performances, commencing with next
Saturday at .'1 p. in. sharp.
I'sual preaching 6ei vice at the christ
ian church next Lord's day September
Itli, both morning and evening. Mr.
Hussong will preach at 11 o'clock a.m.
on "The Idoal Church" and at 7:110 p.
in. on -"Mans Place in the Homo."
Tho -friends of this paper will please
hand us in news items when they are
fresh. Wo prefer not to publish u
birth after the child is weaned, ninarr
iago after the honeymoon is over, or
the death of a man after his widow is
Mon sometimes broach the subject
of saving to their wives. It is record
ed that oncoupona time, ono said, "My
dear, we'll have to bemoreecnomical."
And she replied, "Yes let's smoke
less tobacco;" and that ended the con
vorsation, but did not begin the ceo
Paul Johnston, Art MoArthur, Harry
Hldredgo aud Clyde Whltaker went to
Blue Hill Sunday with Clair Wolfe in
his auto to sec the Boston Bloomors
nnd Blue Hill play ball. Tho Bloom
ers won the game by a score of .1 to 2.
It rained and the boy had to stay all
night in Ditto Hill.
Just as much care, in fact a little
more, should be exorcised in buying
electric sad irons, as in buying any
thing elsu. Some irons use more elec
tricity than others in doing the same
werk. Get your electric irons of
MoRiiAitr Bros., they carry Unauthor
ized iren. Be cnrcfull of "just as
goed" electric irons.
Take a wide-mouthed bottle of good
clear glass and fill It with froeh water.
Thou put Into it two teaspoonful of
flnoly powdered alum. In fair weather.
aud when It is likely to continuo fair,
the liquid will bo clear, but at the ap
proach of cloudy or rainy woathor the
mixture will become feathery looking.
This barometer will indicate a chnugo
of woathor lib years in advance.
A farmer had a dream. He dreamed
that ho had raised four thousand
bushels of corn and he was happy over
tho fact. Then he dreamed that he
had sold It lor fiOo a bushel and his
happiness was greater. But he droani
eduow that ho had sold It to four thous
and different people, a bushel to each
one and nobody had paid him aiu he
was sad. When ho awoke it was day
light, and leaping out uf bed he ex
claim' to his wife, "lloboccu, I have
had a solemn aiming nnd I know tho
uiciMlug of li. I am going to town to
day and pay that pi-iulur tho dollar I
owe lit m for that paper. Kx.
See Witllin for that new wagon box
1 that you need Also complete wagons.
Kd McAllister was in Alma this
For a good every day household an
gel, giw us a woman who laughs
Home Is nut a battlefield, nor life one
long unending low. A trick of alwa.s
seeing the bright side. or. if the thing
lias no bright side, of shining up the
dark one. It is a very Important faculty
and one of the things no woman should
bo born without. We aio not all born
with the sunshine in our hearts, as the
Irish prettily phrase it; but we can
cultivate a cheerful sense of humor if
A father not a millionaire left at
his death a number of children aud a
coi tain stun to be divided among them
as follows: The eldest to receive $100
aud one-tenth of tho remainder; the
sucoud child $200 aud one-tenth of
what then remained; and so on, each
child to icceivo S!(X) more than the
one immediately preceding, and then
one-tenth pat t of that which still re
mained. Whonthodivlsion took place,
it was found that all the children re
eelvcd the same amount. How many
cliildieii were there, and what sum did
Two hundred harness horses are
named to appear in the races at the
State Fair September Mb to nth. and
the program aniuuiiced excels any
race meet heretofore held in Nebraska, i
Tho ten tulle running reluv race, two
mlles'eaehday, will give added interest
in that it takes the full live days to
complete. The Wright Bros' throe
aeroplanes are promised to make four
Hights each day.
Thogreat LombardoSymphotiy Baud
of tt instruments and (irand Opera
Conceit Company of 21 vocalists will
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lU twill UOilVUIlS V1IUI1 (liltY 1 III" Kl Utll.
Patterson Shows and Vaudeville at -
tractions will please the pleasure lov-
ingpublie Twenty-two counties have
entered agricultural exhibits, more
entries in die horse, cattle mid sheep
departments than ever before and
about the sumo number of swine. Sea
sou admission tickets at .! each are
placed on sale tor the (list time. Let's
all go, it's too good to miss.
The Harvest Home Festival occulted
at Hlue Hill tho Inst three days of
last week. The morning train was
crowded every day by people going
from this city there to enjoy them
selves. The city was beautifully de
corated with bunting, corn stalks and
shocks of wheat. Their band met the
trains each morning and played a few
pieces for the bciiellt of all. They
had u parade each day, dancing aud
singing by a negro ministerial troupe,
acrobatic performances, speaking by
candidates aud ball games. In the
evening they had inovingpietuies and
a merry-go-round. The streets and
side walks wore crowded to their full
capacity by visitors and every body
had a good time. The Festival was
a grand success and we hope Blue
Hill repeats the Festival next year.
Secretary Mellor of the state fair
board asked his hired man to write
something about the stato fair, aud
this is tho result; "When the frost is
is on tho pumpkin and the fodder
in the shock; when the thristy politic
ian is so dry he cannottalk; when the
cow and little cowiets do not journey to
the fair or airships rise in glory and
go sailing through the air. When Jim
Ualhman lakes his water aud Bill Pa
trick takes his booze, Bryan joins Joe
Cannon's party, runs for olllce, win or
lose; when the cat conies back like
Jeffries and Jack Johnson turns to
white; when the ships that pass in day
light arc still passing in the night;
when saloons shall close forevev and
the back doors close for good; when
saloons out in west Lincoln make a
quiet neighborhood; when our governor
gets in better with tho folks In Omaha;
when thoy shout with loud Ho.anuas
oo'r his famous closing law; when St.
Paul and David City furnish irovemors
for the state; and republicans in oilice
voluntarily abdicate; when tho dome
upon the state house shall bo painted
fiery red; when Bill Price quits playing
martyr and is nuinbored with tho dead;
when In fact all this has hannoned as
it may some futuio day, then you can
In justice surely from tho stato fair
IT'S A GIFT
to knoA' how to write a becoming epi
taph. It's an art to know how to build
- ARTISTIC MONUMENTS.
That art wo possess. Wo Invite In
spection of our designs.
Consult Me Before Buying.
Red Cloud Marble and
E. MoAllstor, Proprietor
Shops at Uvi) Cloimi and Ai.ma, Nkiiii.
uo "i.f i -vy
SALE OF HIGH GftRDE
Have just completed my semi-annual
invoice and I find that I have more
suits in high class clothes than I want.
They have been divided in four lots
and I will sell them as follows:
All $30.00, 27.50 and 25, Suits at $19.50
All $22.50, 22.00 and 21,
AU$20.00, 18, and 16.50
All $15.00, Hand 12.50
This sale does not include Blacks or Blues.
This sale does not include a suit that is not of
this seasons make and all of the higher priced
' SUltS 3XQ OF
Hart Schaffner & Marx
exclusive patterns guaranteed all wool and if
you are looking for bargains and know a good,
thing you will not wait long. If you do you
will miss it.
Bring your check book along these prices mean
C. 0. D.
Oxfords and Straw Hats 1-5 off.
Ladie Assistant in our Undertaking
Ed. Amack, Prop.
LEADERS IN FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING.
imitates Nature to perfection in our
photography. See the lifelike, speak
ing portraits of those who have sat
Have Us Photgraph
you and we guarantee a portrait that
your friends will declare simply per
fect and that you will secretly he
very proud of.
THE MODEL STUDIO
RED CLOUD, - - NEBRASKA.
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