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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Bulletin of The Week's Doings
Take your cream to J. O. Caldwell.
Attorney McN'cny was in Bluo Hill
John Meyers returned homo Tucs
day from Rugnii.
Mrs. J. A. Bradford returned homo
from Hastings Friday.
Miss Pearl, Sheror returned home
from Hastings Tuesday.
J. D. Hereon of Superior was in
town on business Wednesday.
Art Suecley and Chas. Kcssler were
down troin Hastings Tuesday.
Roy Sattley and wife spent Sunday
with relatives at North Brauch, Kas.
Mrs Ed. Fryo and Miss Dora Brink
man were Hastings visitors Saturday.
Ralph Beale returned to Aurora
Monday after a visit with his parents.
Mrs. Charles Barrett returned home
from a business trip to Omaha Satur
day. George Burden of Kansas City Is
visiting his uncle, Jas. A. Burden, this
Mrs. N. K. Simpson returned Sun
day from Rusklu where she visited a
Ed l'llley of Clay Center, Kansas, Is
viittlmr his brother. (Jeorgc, north of
town this week.
Mrs. Ned Sutton left Saturday for
Marshaltown, Iowa, for a two weeks
visit with relatives.
Bert Shernuui, who has been work
ing In Lincoln, Is homo this week
Howard Yost, Glenn Foe, Raymond
Turnure and Will Brunor arc camping
at Dcwecso this week.
Miss Marguerite Adams of Lebanon
Kansas, Is visiting her sister, wis.
Frank Starr this week.
Chris Starke rotnrncd home last
Thursday from an eight weeks bojourn
in the southern states.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gilberts of Basin,
Montana, are guests of Mrs. Gilberts'
sister, Mrs. James Ryan this week.
33jj per cent discount on all Sum
merDress Goods and Oxrords
TunsuiiB & Son.
Bye Shepardsou, Dore Pomeroy nnd
John Folton of Rlverton were Red
Cloud vlsitora .Tuesday.-
I haviShc best rate in the county on
farm loans. See me Hnd.be convinced.
-My motto-prompt service.
v, A. T. WAI.KKR.
Chal,. Gellatly, the popular book
keeper nt the Malone-Avery" lumber
yard, spent Sunday in Beaver City
Miss Velma McKlmmey has resigned
her position in A. H, Carpenter's shoe
store and Miss Florence McDowell has
taken her place.
Marlon Mercer and Phil Sherwood
went to Lebanon, Kansns, Tuesday
evening to play with the Lebnnou baud
at the anniversary.
Bayard H. Paine of Grand Island
was in the city Saturday and Sunday.
He delivered an address on main
stre'et to the voters Saturday ovenlng.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pope's day old
baby boy died Sunday afternoon and
was buried Monday morning. They
have the sympathy of their many
Miss Marguerite Rlahardson, who Is
attending college at Valparlso, In
diana, arrived the first of the week to
attend the funeral of her father, W.
Miss Minnie Christian, principal of
the Lincoln school, returned home the
last of the week from Chicago, where
she has been attending tho university
the past two months.
Attorney Caldwell had the mis
fortune to turn his Ford car over last
Friday near Carl Hedge's farm, but
fortunately was not badly Injured, nor
was much damage done to the car.
. Tlie MlssesTrancosand Doris Bock
ris of Chicago are visiting with Miss
Gertrude Blackledgevthls week. They
have been to Colorado and are on
their way home.
Will Galbrallh Is home from Lincoln.
Wiu. -Kugels Is quite fcick this week.
Jus. Hubatka was in town Momlnv.
Wm. Weesner wns In Superior Mon
S. R Florance was In Blue Hill Mon
day. Sam Smith was on the sick -list this
Jack l'egg is in the city visiting his
Ai V, Hnrtwoll of Inavalo was In
Paul 1'linres and Sam Jones wore in
Dr. Nicholson and J. D. Francis took
In tho ball game at Superior Sunday.
Wm. Weesner and J, A. McArthur
were in Guide Rock Saturday afternoon.
Vernon Zeiss left Sunday for Den
ver where he will enjoy a two week's
Dr. Asber and wife are in ttie city
this week visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe
Ralph Beal of Aurora spent Sunday
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. V. Heal.
Hipe Decker and wife of Custer
couuty are visiting with Al Decker and
wife this week.
Chester Sheoley and wife arc visit
ing hcr parents, Mr. hud Mrs. Will
Keut this week.
Mrs. Glttings of Superior camo up
Monday morning to visit with Mr. aud
Mrs. l'uul 1'opo.
Mrs. Jus Burden nnd son, Bernard,
returned homo the first of the week
from Kansas City.
A. T. Walker, who was injured in an
nuto accident sometime ago, is able to
bo about once more.
Mrs. Barbara Pharos is in Chicago
this week buying fall and winter dry
goods for her store.
Grant Bailey of Omaha Is visiting
with his sisters, Misses Mabel uifd
Alice Bailey this week.
Sheriff Jledge wos busy Mondiy dis
tributing tlio ballots over the county
for the primary election
Mrs. Rants of Juniata arrivod in the
city Thursday evening to visit with
her sou, Nel&e Rants and wife.
Mrs. Emily Myers is visiting with
her brother, Alfred Hadoll and family
at Long Island, Kansas, this week.
Al Smith, Fred and Chas. Harris are
home from Gillctt, Wyoming, where
they were looking over tho country.
Mrs. Charles McCord aud children
arrived in tho city la$t week to visit
her parents, Wm Wu'lters and wife.
33. per cent discount on oil Sum
mer Dress Goods and Oxfords.
TujiNuiiK & Son
Sunday mottling subject at the
Methodist church, "Why Does Not
the Church Move" Faster?"
Chun. Ruddon of Bluo Hill was in
Elder J. 10. Jarhoo and wifo aro in
the city this week
Harvey Rlckcr&nn spent Sunday" in
HoUwick with a ft lend?
John Hamilton Jr , of Guide Rock
was in town Wcducsday.
Doit Garhor arrived homo this morn
ing from Devils Lake, North Dakota,
where he has been playing ball.
Dr. Boles left Wednesday morning
via Hastings for Denver where lie will
spend a couple of weeks and it is re
ported on good authority that lie will
get married today.
Miss Frances Carl of Long Island,
Kas., who is visiting Bert Lindlcy and
family at Rlverton spent Wednesday
morning here with her uncle, J. A. Mc
AitLur aud family.
Editor Hosmcr of the Commercial
Advertiser left this morning for Clare
moro Springs, Oklahoma, where ho
will take treatment. We hope you
get a good rest and also nre much im
proved in health when you return
home, Bro. Hosmcr.
S. J. Solberg of the Merchants Na
tional Service Co., of Chicago, who has
been conducting Miner Bros. Co's., big
sale, left Saturday evening for Billings,
Montana. By the way, Mr. Lotson in
formed this editor that the sale brought
good results and he was well pleased.
Wo lmvo heard on good authority
thai one of our popular young men,
who goes to n neighboring town north
west of hero every Sunday, to see a
I'erttiiu "fair one," via uuto, met with
an accident Sunday evening. On his
return home tho electric lights on the
car went wrong, and lie was forced to
sit on the fender and hold a pocket
electric light, so as to enablo the
driver to keen the cur in the road.
This wa, indeed, a trying experience,
but the young man bolng a firm be
liever in the fact that true lovo does
not run smooth, no doubt considers
this ns ample proof that "his" nnd
"hcr's" is the real thing.
Red Cloud, Ncbr., Aug. 12, 10M.
1'Otrdof County Commissioners met
puraudnt to adjournment, member?
present, viz: OhmBtcdc, McCnll,
Storey, Hoffman and CtiBplln, chairman
On motion tho following claims were
audited, allowed andCointy Clerk auth
orized and instructed to draw warrants
on their respcctlon funds in payment
of ran e
Anno Belle Spangle $ 2140
F. G. Turnuro and Son 18 93
Miner Bros. Co, G 28
Miner Bros. Co i;j 62
Hammond and Stephens Co. . 118 20
Miner Bros. Co 7 9
Klopp and Bartlett Co 203 80
Yoik Blank Biok Co 42 75
Morhait BroB 25 55
Burroughs Adding Mill Co 5 20
Weesnet Perry and Co 13 67
Lloop Printing Co 8 45
Roht. Damotell 16 00
F. E. Maurcr . 6 00
J. A. Tomlinson G 65
Sam Fletcher 56 00
Geo. H. Ovnring CI 00
Otis Leggett 10 00
J. B. Wisccurver 12 00
I. W. CraryMecCo 45 58
Gertru.le L. Coon 183 30
II. C. Wiight 41 G9
END OF SEASON
The Year's Most Important
Money Saving Event
Wm Will 9911 For Cash
Kuppenheimer. Clothcraft and
Society Brand Suits
CfW OOi nV BLflS
I GV70 00'7C WYO A
Straw Hats One Half Price Except Panamas
100 Pairs of Men's Oxfords, worth $3.60, .
94.00, 94.50 and 98.00, at per pair
J. F. Buckles, Harry Buckles, Ira
Wolfe nud John Aubushon returned
hoie last Thursday from Wheeler,
Dr. Nellie E. Maurer is home from
Denver and other Colorado points,
where she has been visiting tho past
It will soou be time for school to
begin again, therd-. being only two
weeks left for the children to enjoy
L. H. Blaekledge and wife, F. W,
Cowden nnd family and Fred Turnure
aud family arrived home Tuesday
Floyd Turnuro, Allan Blacklolge
and tho Misses Gertrude Blaekledge,
Frances and Doris Bock r is spent Sun
day In Deweese,
. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Barber of Stella,
Nobr., aro In the city this week, being
called here by the death of her father,
W. N. Richardson.
Program For Week Commencing
Monday and Tuesday
THE KINGS WILL
MOTHER nn 1 WIFE,
Wednesday end Thursday
W.J. Vance l 10
School Uist. No. Gl 3 00
Sam Llndsey 2 50
School UUt. 24.' 3 00
C. L Wickwiro 3 00
School Dlat. No. GO 3 00
School Diat. No. 85 3 00
School Uist. No. 83 3 0
B. E. McFarland 7 20
D. O. Bennett 3 00
D. D. Saundcreon 150
Yancc Sorgcson 2G 00
A. D. Ranney 46 00
EdAmack 18 80
G. OhmBtedo '. li 50
Ado M. Karnes 4 50
John W. McCoy 4 50
John Baker 4 50
Carl Burkcy 4 50
Pearl Waufle 4 50
Either Waufio 4 50
Henry Cook .' 4 60
Mrs. Henry Cook 4 50
Edith McKeighan . : 127 50
Jack Mifford 21 00
James Burden s (10
Weesner, Perry & Co., 27 81
H. E. Orico Drug Co 120 1)0
G. Ohmstedo..... lt) 50
W.G. Hoffman..! 131 30
G.S.Smelser 1 i 40
JohuB. Stanser 1.3 40
Roht1 Da'merell v if 00
F. E. Maurer o" CO
H. J. Maurer'. 4o 00
Dr I. A. Pace ; 3 10
T. D. Kellough 3 10
Indian Creek Phone Co 1 2()
Elmer Wilson 150 00
T. J. Chaplin '. m.-i 'Jn
R. B. Fulton 0 no
C. E. Vaughan 7 00
E.McBride 2 7."
J. R. Horn 2 75
Floyd MuCall..., 171 (!
W D. Edsou 15 1)0
A. C. Hosmer 55 CO
A FEAST OF BARGAINS FOR ALL
Sale Commences Saturday, July 11
Jhe Qomden-Kaley Qlothing Qo.
Red Cloud's Foremost Clothiers
Warner's Lace-Front Models
Showing latest cut
A STRENYOUS RIDE. Comedy.
Friday and Saturday
AUG. 28 and 29
'Defeated Candidates," will
be the topic of the sermon at
the open air meeting Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock on the
Washington School grounds.
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REAPING the W II I R L W I N D.
Comedy. A TRIP to MT. LOWE Scenic.
SENTIMENTAL BURGLAR. Com
A LADY OF SPIRITS.-Comcdy.
BRONCHO BILLY'S CUNNING.
NOTKChmngm In Hour
Commencing next Monday, Aug. 17,
first show at 8:00, second at 0:30.
Bruce Porter and wife of Chicago
nrrived lu town Saturday tojislt Mrs.
Porter's mother, Mrs. Laura Pope, and
brother, Paul and left Wednesday for
Danvor whero they will spend a week,
after which they will return to this
Mr. Harry A. Lutson goes to Chicago
the first of the wock to buy goods for
tho Miner Bros, general merchandise
store, Mr. Letssu lias provon that
aieful buying Is a groat help to his
customers aud by visiting tho markets
in person ho is ablo to seloot tho very
best materials at close prices, nc ex
pects to be away about ton days.
You can get a dollars worth
of merchandise in our store for
one dollar. We don't force you
to take a chance on a house and
lot, nor an automobile, neither
do you get trading stamps and
when you get three million of
them you may got something.
Neither do we give you tickets
good for trashy crockery. In
fact, thero is no chance when
you trade with us. You are
sure of what you get.
B. E. JlepaPland
"Pay as You Bnttr."
A thrifty husband and wife at Hat
rlflburg have been attending different
church on Sundays, each giving a
nickel. They talked the matter over
and concluded that the plan was ex
travagant. Now both attend the same
place of worship and expect to enter
the golden gate on the same nickel.-
Carrier MjUs Mall.
Itlndon Rntornrlso 1r. nil
HER GREAT SCOOP. -A two reel ,,.., SloI.v m ill
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vuugrnim cu.....-j A. B. MuArtlmr fil 70
nnr.T v.lil.. ntir.TPC A Tlnlit.
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" ... - . KfnlnnA Araur Cr V Oft
GUARANTEED Kuinproor.-Comeuy '"""" ' " "' "
a stf, v.vvniTS llIDK-Comedv. btnte Journal Co 40 30
Saunders Bros 53 70
B.H. Weber , 8 CO
Morhart Bros 10 35
Saunders Bros 1103 17
F. A. Good ...1854 30
II. G. Fels 11) 35
J. A. Hall , 15 00
J. R. McMahou 15 CO
Guide Rook Hdw Co.... 070 20
Chicago Lumber Co., Rosemont 307 05
W..H. Fuller 7 05
Paul Storey 107 75
T.J. Chaplin 141 00
Oscar Mould 28 00
FloydMcCall 35 35
James Mcintosh (1 75
White Hdw Co., Guide Rock... 2 70
Citizen Lbr. Co., Campbell 110 03
John Koiizack 31 00
J B. Simpson & Co 1132 15
Adams County 25 3o
Saunders Bros 301 75
Malone AvoryCo 421 05
V. S.Uall 1110 07
Amboy Mill & Elevator Co 43 10
A. uuckles 'M TO
W. E. Toap 23 00
Crow & Seeley d oo
E.H.Vober 33 00
II. L. Sohenk 112 CO
Wm. J. Llpponcott 21 2',
B.C. Blrkner 2100
A. II. Bowman Lbr Co 5(1 CO
Chicago Lbr. Co., Blue Hill 231 35
Plait & Frees 103J 0
E. E. Burr 8 CO
'Bladen Lbr. Co 210 51
Chicago Lbr. Co., Blue Hill 003 60
Wells & MoTnggiirt 883 10
AdnmAlber 232 15
Uhioh Henry .. . . lo 25
It. S. Prouilllt Lbr Co 1705 31
harles Dinger 110 13
Bladen Lbr. Co 180 03
Widdcrsheim & Raunoy 020 09
J A, Sllvey Lbr. Co (580 05
NebfaSka lloard adjourned to Sept. 1, 1014.
less model, for medium
figures. In fact so low
at the bust that it can
be Said there is no bust to it at all.
The skirt is very long, but cut to
give freedom without sacrificirg
style. Boned marquisette flap
under-the lacings. Trimmed with
lace and ribbon. Six Security
Rubber Button Hose Supporters.
Hooks to the bottom of the skirt.
BYBRY PAIR GUARANTEED
' Agent For American Beauty and Warner
Bros. Corsets And Butterick Patterns.
Dr. J. C Caldwell
PHYSICIAN ft SURCEOW
Calls Answered Day or Night
OillcoTelplioncs: Uoll.&H; I ml. 103.
ltos. Telephones: Hell, Hod 273; Ind.lCO.
Office Over N. A. AlbrUht's Store
Red Cloud, -a- Nebraska
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OVER STATE RANK
Why Rent and Work
For Your Landlord?
when the reality of ownership 1b open to you? Take stock of yourself m a
renter. Arc you any better off thdn you were live years ago? Oo West now,
take a Mondoll homestead in Wyomlupr or buy 160 acres of land in Western
Nebraska or Eastern Colorado on easy terms, witli financial aid, if you become
a dairy farmer. See the West's heavy crops of 1011, Note the success of dairy
farmers, made certain with the feep crops and the silo, Ask Western bankers
how cream cheults lu their locality establish a farmer's credit. Note what live
years' industry has brought to tho farmer adjoining the laud offered lo you.
Would you not giro five years of your life if you could develop a dairy farm
for yourself aud cicate au heritage for your fumlly'?
Write me for Homestead folders or Deodod land matter and about per.
soually conducted excursions. I am in touch with tho owners and with the
Government. I am paid to locate you along tho Burlington Railroad,
S.B. Howard, Ass't. Immigration Agen
too A Far nam St; Omaha, Nebraska '
.-. TRY OS FOR ARTISTIG JOB PRIflTIflG ,
We Can Please You As To Material, Style And
Workmanship, And Our Prices Are Very Lew.
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