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Insure your Farm Proportjrwitb
Frank T. Hoon, Fleldman
Farm Central Mutual Fire
Phones: Otlleo, 301; Iteslileuee, lT.'.O
A sane, safe, sound and economical
plan of lire, lighti.lng mid tornado
Will your policy soon expire?
Write me and let me explain. No
obligation, on your part.
:l: AS TOLD TO US
l!uy your Groceries of Miner ltros
Guy .eigler went to Kaii&os City,
John Crans went to Kansas City,
' Fred Temple returned to Kausas
' Buy your groceries at Albright's and
save ten percent.
G. W. Liudsey returned home from
Lincoln, Friday, v
Kenneth Johuston went to Inavale,,
W. H. lleezley was a passenger to
C. F. Cather spent the last of the
week in Republican City. .
Mrs. Alf MeCall and son, Robert,
Avere in Hastings, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J C. Geer spent Sun
day in Franklin with relatives.
Vincent Johnston spent the week
end with James Sllvey at Inavale.
Ivan Dickenson returned home I'd
day from lleuklcman and McCook.
Fred Iiaker of Bladen visited bis
cousin, Mrs.C. H. Rust, on Monday.
Who was the first man to pay spot
cash for cream. J. 0. Caldwell.
Roy Oatman went to Saronville, Fri
day, to visit with Mr. and Mrs. U. J.
Mrs. C. E. Hill of Hastings is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Hassiuger, this
Roy Garber spent Sunday in the city
with his pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. Alice Curtis of Des Molues,
Iowb, is the guest of Miss Ella Stone
breaker. Miss Lillian EJe of Lincoln is visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. i J.
Attorney B. W.-Stewartwaaln Hast
ings, Saturday, -looking after sone
legal affairs. ' ' " ' " '
Miss Hazel McKelghan wont to Lin
coln, Friday, to visit her mother, Ml.
B. A. Suttcn ar.d daughter, Mis,
Tearl Arnold, xi turned home from
Miss Nellie and Albert Christie or
Guide Rock spent the weekend In the
city with relatives.
Mrs. II. M. Arnold ot Blue Hill visit
ed with her mother, Mrs. Clara Sherer,
the last of the week.
Attorney anil Mr Bernard McNeny
and daughter, Helen, leturned home
Friday from Lincoln.
Mrs. .lames Mulitiiio returned home
Saturday Trom IJloomlngton heir she
had been visiting friends.
Mrs. Sherwood Albilght returned
from Stamford, Sunday, after spu'iiding
a few days with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. C. U l'ostem of Repub
lican City spent Sunday with John
Foster and daughter, Miss Eva.
Alf MeCall and son, Melviu, were in
Kansas City, Monday, where they had
live cars of fat cattle on the market.
After July 10th-
We Will Discontinue Giving the
Green Trading Stamps
Get Busy! Get That Book Filled
and Receive Your Premium
Before July 10th
F.CTurnure & Son " "J
Buy your Groceries of Miner Bros. Co.
J. 11 Bailey was in Cowlcs, Wednes
day. Mrs. F. II. Cii'-il t-pent Tuesday in
W. H. Tabor autoed to Lincoln,
(Ins Ilolmgralu Is visiting in Host
wick this week
. George Steireit i eturned from Oram!
George Fairtleld of Guide Hock was
iu town Tuesday.
Leo Holt of Cowlcs is visiting rela
tives hero this week.
Our motto Cash and Small Profits
M A. Albright. ndv
Hammocks at 2.1 per cent discount
at Fogel's harness hop.
W. A Vonng of Hastings was in the
city Tuesday on business.
New Summer Dress Goods now be
ing shown by Miner Bros. Co.
Mrs. Cecil MeCall of Inavale spent
Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Clara
The dry goods, grocery and clothing
stoies will cloe at ten o'clocka. m , on
July 1 til.
Mr and Mrs. C. 11. Smith went to
Clayton, Kausas, Wednesday, to visit
A good Ho horso power :i speed auto
mobile for sale or trade. Impure at
Mr. and Mrs. C. I J. Robinson and Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Powell autoed to Blue
A large line of hammocks to pick
from at li: per eent.dlscount. Fogel's
Attorney L, H. Blackledge went to
Lincoln, Wednesday, to attend the
Clias. Woods is home from Montana
where he '.uid been buying horses for
the St. Louis market.
Mrs. Ruth Gardener departed this
morning for Vermillion, Kansas, where
she will visit relatives.
Mrs, Myrtle Berkmcyor returned to
Lincoln, Wednesday, after visiting two
weeks at the home of George Michaels.
Mrs. Joseph Herberger returned
home Monday from Womer, Kansas,
after spending a week with relatives.
Mrs. J. C, Myers returned home from
Harvard and Clay Center, Friday,
where she visited relatives for a few
Mrs. Harry Waller returned to
Cowles, Friday, after visiting n week
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Dr. Lillian E. Koontz arrived home
Saturday from Kansas City to visit
her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. K W.
MissIGertrude Wullbrandt returned
liomeFrlday from York and MeCool
Junctipn where she bad been visiting
R. Cassil of Saliuu, Kausas, and
daughter, Miss Sidney, of Ness City,
Kansas, were visiting his son, F. II.
Cassil, this week.
Sheriff O. I). Hedge was in Hastings,
Friday, attending a meeting of the
State Sheriff' Association of which he
is vice president.
Dr. aud Mrs. C. E. Cross aud children
returned home from Franklin, Mon
day, after visiting with her parents,
Mr. anflMts C L.Owens
Mr. and Mrs. John Errett, after vis
iting several weeks with tlioir parents,
departed the last of the week via tho
motoi cycle for Scotts Bluffs.
B. W. Coplen otates that there will
be r.o deliveries made from the stores
on July 1th as his men will either go
to Inavale or Mexico to celebrate.
Mayor Damcrcll, Couiicilmen Ham
ilton, Saladeii, Stevens, aud Koontz,
and several of our business muti auto
ed to Superior, Wednesday morning,
to inspect the sewerage system of that
Tni MAncucnrru clabk 7
jmil FoousPk)w J
Monday, July 3rd
A drama ol Love and Ad
venture in the Realms ot
alike to Children
The Very Best ol Nuslc by
the Tepee 6-piece
TOMORROW, Friday, The Iron Claw
SATURDAY, A big llvo reel pro
gram. Complete change.
COMING, Fritzl Solicit iu the Pretty
Mrs. Smith, on Thursday, next, July (i,
COMING, The Love Pirates.
COMING, Billy Sunday in Action.
REGULAR FRICES-lOo and r,o
Next Tuesday will bo the 4th of July.
J. H. Robinson of Cowles was in the.
Bye Shephcrdson of Riverton was in
the city Friday.
Waxtkd Load of cobs. Phone either
Bell 72, orlnd. 153.
Fresh Fruits and Green Vegetables
at Miner Bros. Co.
A lawn without a Mower is likp a
homo without a child.
A. T. Walker returned home from
Omaha, Saturday morning.
John Hardwick, who resides south;
of Inavale, was In town Friday,
Miss Emma Illiss of Inavale spent
Saturday with Mr. and, Mrs. Grant
Turner. , .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred (hind of Blue
Hill spent Sunday in the city with
New Queen Quality Shoes aud Low
Shoes are now being shown at Miner
Just received a new Hue of lly nets
at Fogel's harness shop. Come in ear.
ly and get yours.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sherwood and
sou1, Miner and l'hil, autoed to Frank
lin, Sunday afternoon.
When in need of priuted matter of
any kind call at the Chief olllce the
home of "Quality" printing.
Was-i i l 50 to 80 lbs., thrifty stock
hogs. Will pay premium oyer market
prico. C. II. Miner Scrum Co.
After July first, Edward D Piatt be
comes the Junior member iu the linn
of Piatt .v Frees. The business will
be conducted under the same name as
heretofore and no present changes aie
anticipated fin thcr than the addition
to the company, as stated above.
Ed, Fcam is in Innvale this
Charles Gilliam was in Guide Rock.
Mrs. Cora Goodwin returned to Su
Miss Hattie Christian spent Tues
day in Hastings.
P M. Whitehead went to Lincoln to
spend u few days,
G C Bailey was a passenger to
Gtand Island. Tuesday.
What made Hour drop? Albright's
Pisin: and Peerless Flour. ndv
Attorney A. M. Walters, of Blue
Hill, was in town Monday.
Mrs. AJB. Boles went to Fiauklln,
Monday, to visit her paients.
Earl Hall and wife autoed to Strang
and spent Sunday with relatives.
Mrs. Tony Clark and daughter, Mr..
Roman Pate, spent Monday In Hast
ings. Mr. and Mrs Chet Sheoley spent the
weekod in Guide Rock with his
Rev 1). Fltgeiald was a passenger
to York, Monday, to attend the Lin
Miss Edith McKelghan returned
home from Omaha and Lincoln, Sun
J. E. Uutler, John Yost, George
Corner and Attorney McNeny were In
Sherltr Bounllleld and Bruce Robin
san of Clay Center wero in the city
Mesdames Win. Weesner Binl Guy
X.eiglcr and Opal Weesner wero in
Miss Minnie Trout came home from
Harvard, Monday, where she visited
her aunt for several weeks.
Mrs. Jacob Webber and daughters,
Wilma nnd May, of Archer, spent a
few days with her son, E. 11. Webber
Mrs. Sarah Gard and Mrs. Cora
Goodwin returned from Kearney,
Monday, where they visited relatives
for a week.
Bert Stevens and wife autoed over
from Smith Center, Kansas, Sunday
and spent the day with his father,
John and Will Ryan returned from
Greeley Center, Monday, where they
attended the funeral of their brother,
James C. Ryan.
Mrs. Joseph Topham returned homo
from Blue Hill, Saturday, after spend
ing a week at the home of her son,
George .Topham. t
Messrs, and Mesdames C. T: Young,
and Win. Martin autoed down from
Doniphan and spent Sunday with Rev.
and Mrs. G. W. Hummel'.
. Mr. and Mrs, ,1. W. Dogenricf re
turned Tuesday from Oberlin, Kan
sas, wjiere they visited their daugh
ter, Mrs,, Qrville Ferguson, for a few
days. , ,
Vincent Johnston left Wednesday '
for Lincoln to spend a few days with
hls.brotlier, Paul, and sister, Miss Ruth,
prW to leaving for Billings, Mon
tana. Dr. Robt. Mitchell departed Satur
day for New York state where hejwlll
visit his old home and will also spend
some time at Boston befoie returning
The following shipped stock to Kan
sas City, Sunday: Ed Rciher, !i cars
of cattle and 1 ear of hogs; Weesner A
Koontz, 2 cars of hogs and Dchuiey
Iiros., 1 car of hogs.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Bell aud Mes
dames Frank Ringer aud Ha el Smith
aud Diet and Burke hinith autoed
down from Lincoln, Monday, aud aie
visiting at the George Warren home.
On Sunday evening the Pulled
church Sunday school childicn gave
their Children's Pay program at the
Orpheum theatre. The theater was
crowded and each child taken pa it in
tho program did exceptionally well.
A. V Duckcr, the popular salesman
iu the diy goods department of the
Miner Iiros. Co. store and bv tho way
is also a candidate for county treasur
er on the Democratic ticket, is now
driving a new Overland autoiinbilo.
Roy Suttley, the popular furniture
dealer, went to North Branch Wed
nesdtty afternoon, via the Ford line.
He wilt place two of his luriro ine'al
advertising bulletins on the roadside
on his way to this town, liny is a
firm believer in advertising.
Mrs S. M. Carl, of Long Isknl,
Kansas, und daughter, Mrs. Fred
Bowman, and son, Carl, of Topeka,
after visiting a few days at tho Beit
Lindley home ut Riverton, arrived iu
the city Wednesday to visit her broth
er, J. A. McArthur, and sons.
Street Commissioner, Matk MeCon.
key, Is busy again on Ills yearly job,
that of excavating the Panama Canal
on eighth avenue. We presume that
tho Council is afraid that the Mexi
cans might attack our cily in tho near
future and aie thus, beginning to dig
trenohes lor the troops
Paul Pope, Joe Fogol, H. A. Letson,
F. W. Cowden, Alf Saladen, R. 1"
Wuesner and W. G. Hamilton autoed
over to Lebanon, Fiiday afternoon,
and attciu'ed tho Nebruska Indians, vs
Lcbanou ball game. Buck Belt.er is
playing with the Indians and they won
the game by a score of .'J to 1.
The Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
Red Cloud's Foremost Clothiers
BUY YOUR SUMNER
. - Union Suits
In gauze, we have Union Suits from
to the silk lisle at
Gauze vests, in regular sizes, from
Gauze vests, in extra sizes, from
Muslin chemise, at
Muslin skirts for ladies, from
. .Muslin .aia wets, iiv.chilarer
rens sizes, lrom
-Mulin..draweis, iu. ladies-sizes,
luth'nTcrnbinitiorl'IrjitsV in ladies sizes from 75(itO.$1.50 I
boys and girls bared naiqsook
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MRS. BARBARA PHARES
Agent Warner Corsets
Robert Millard's Greatest Success
One year in New York Three years in America
A Theatrical Triumph
Cost .$150,000.00 to Put Into Pictures
Theda Bara in
"A Fool There Was"
Porter Emerson Brown's Masterpiece, adapted from the
classic Burnes-Jonos painting and Kipling's poem
The Vampire A drama with a message to the world
On account V the length of the program there will be but
oney shdw only starting at -15 p. m.
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR
Hollle Lawrence returned Sunday
evening from Iowa where ho had boon
visiting relatives for several months.
Mrs. (Jerpn mid children of Ster
ling, Colorado, arrived Wednesday tu
attend the fiiiieiul of her fatlu-r. A K.
Mr. und Mi.h.J. II. iluusoti returned
homo Suturday from KUendale, North
Dakota, where they had been visiting
10c to 60c
15c to 30c
50c to $1.50,
25c to SOc
union .suits,, at .
t . a
Mrs. Homer Clerninonsof Chicago :i
rived in the city tho last of the wt ..
to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V
Mr. and Mis. W. A. Kent and grand
daughter, Wanda Sheeley, went tu
hchouppes. Miturday, to 'visit their
daughter, Mib. Dale Montgomery.
Some short rims of Low Shoes, for
Women Illachs aud Tnns, In KIda,
Patents and Calf. While they last 4
Your choioo 81.1U. Miuer IJros. Co,
July rfB tt&
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