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BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHEEP
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HKKWaKH!8RKHaHB! Wanted Wiishlng.-Mrs. Floyd Uob-
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t f Mrs. Lydin Hoffman was a passcn-
AS TOLD TO US
paaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Rcr to cowics Tuesday morning.
Buy Hi-pi d ut I'mVi-U and Pope's.
Eskimo Pic 10c at Powell's Cafe.
Al Aullz was in Hastings Tuesday.
Try a bar of Eskimo pie at Powell's
Mr. and Mr?. Ralph Shepherd of
McCook spent the lut of the week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
J. E. Butler is on the sick list thin
Ed. Burr of Guide Rock was in the
Miss Hazel Moore relumed to her
i home at McCook Monday after spend
ing New Years with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Claik.
Donald Funk returned to Hunting
Monday morning to resume his stud
ies in the Hustings BiHne8 College
after spending hit! vacation hero.
Mrs. Geo. Kailey spent Friday with
friends at Cowics.
Isadora Johnson was
the first of the week.
Gerald Kellogg returned to Lincoln
Wednesday morning to resume his
studies after ipcnd'np tin holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hansen.
Missi Christine Caldwell
Thursday in Hastings.
Miss Edith Hoffman leturncd to
' Shelton Friday morning to roaui.o
her school duties after pt'nding a
week with her fatlnr. Al Hoffman.
Eskinn Pic 10c at Powell's Cafe.
Pcto Sastwood of Riveiion was in
the city Monday morning.
City Marshal Lawrence Doyle
now carrying a new nip-lit club.
Fred .Ternlierg, Burli"gton Wutcr
Sendee Foreman from McCook, spnt
Wednesday in Ill's city ntlcnd'ng to
matters in connection with his woik.
JANUARY 16, 16, 17
mMtwKiMHistr umnMnauamimiii atvn
Eskimo Pie 10c nt Powell's Cafo.
Hny Horn Kr-sli Box of C:tndy for'
Xmus at I'ouull A. Popu'n Gvfe
The Business Men's dinner has been
postponed until Thursday, January
Mr. and M.-s. Ilumicker haw re
ceived word from Otho Ellisr m, who
is at iteclcr, Kansas, stating that he
is suffering from an attack of pneumonia.
is now driving a
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hcnsman of Hast
ings spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Yost & Son have installed sev
eral new counters in their meat mf.r-
kct and they m w have one of IhfJ
best displayed shops in southern Nc
The afternoon Whist Club met at
the homo of Mrs. C. D. Robinson
Mrs. E. A. Boles entertained sever
al friends in honor of Mrs. R. S. Mit
chell Saturday afternoon.
Miss Lorcne Hansen returned to
Ecklcy, Colorado, Saturday morning
to resume her school duties afU'r
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hansen.
Jan. Peterson was a passenger
Omaha Tuesday morning.
E. M. Ego was a passenger to feu
p:rior Tuesday morning.
Miss May Saladen spent Saturday
with friends in Guide Rock.
Mrs. .Clara Shcrcr was a passenger
to Inavalo Thursday evening.
Dr. Wun-luU, tin-specialist, will meet
pntieitts .mil tlmxo needing glasses nt
Dr. Dauicrt'll'K olllco TiU".tluy, .Inn 17.
Hours '2 to
Our Prices will remain
Mrs. J. V. Aultx and children wore
passengers t Riverdale, Nebraska,
Saturday morning aftor spending a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Sid
Engineer Nelson, who has been
working on the swithcli engine in the
local yard for the past few weeks,
went to McCook Friday to take .an
Mrs. Guy Zciglcr returned to her
home in Lincoln Saturday morning
r.fter spending Iho week here with
her father W. L. Weosner and with
other relatives and friends.
Mrs. Chr.. Starr and children ic
tuincd to their home at Yuma, Colo
rado, Surdity evening after spending
the holidays lnre w'lh her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Corbctt.
e same as- during the
In appreciation of the cordial
relations existing between us
during the past year, we wish
to extend to jon a Happy and
Prosperous NEW YEAR.
The following shipped stock Sun
day! J. E. Yost, one car of entile to
Kansas City; Win. Gnlbrailh, one car
f rattle to Kansas C'ly; A. It. C a-
Vill, five cars of hogs to Kansas City, j ,oc'
W. G. Hamilton Clothing Co.
The House oi Quality
Mrs. R. S. Mitchell and children de
parted Tuesday morning for Uio'r
home at Applcton, Wisconsin after
visiting nt the homo of her sifter,
Mrs. C. M. Sherwood, and with other
At the wolf hunt held last Thurs
day four wolves were killed and four
were killed at the hunt Tuesday.
Harold Coplen went to Denver
Tuesday evening after spending a
couple of weeks with friends here.
Dennis Manley went to Hastings
Friday morning tb spend a couple of
days with his sister, Miss Adaline.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ludlow return
ed home Thursday evening from Lin
coln where they spent -''few days.
Fred Wells returned to Lincoln Fri
day morning after spending the past
few days here at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. O. C. Tcel. Mrs. Wells re
mained for a few days more visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Dickenson left Mon
day via auto for Huntsville, Arkansas
where they will make their future
home. Fred Slaby took a truck 'oad
of their personal property thru with
Sunday morning at 9:20 the fire
department was called to tha Hansen
laundry to extinguish a bla7e. The
r: ii'-iG ni!cpl hv iloffictivo Htrht
The American Legion Post will ' ... . ,, . ., ,n . .. w:hnut
meet in the Commercial Club rooms -
next Wednesday evening at 8 o clock. "
; I The American Legion basket b&U
Rhea M. Myers and Miss Lottie tcam w,u mcct at tho nih School
Appleby, both of Burr Oak, Kansas. asium noxt 'Monday evening at
were married by Judge Ranney, rues- 80,dock for practice. All those
aJ' 'wSatiinir fo inin should be nrcscni.
1 HIIM'tMi -- J
.. ..., o - r,:,. Chas. Pichlcr, Manager,
iur. aim iu, v. x. iviuin--nnui nw-
cd to Bladen the first of tho week
where they will make their future
Mrs. N. B. Bush went to McCook
Friday evening to visit her sister,
Mrs. J. Marshal and family.
Lyle Miller returned to this city
Monday evening aftor spending the
holidays with his parents at Harting-ton.
Mrs. G. R. Beck has returned homo
from Hastings where , sho recently
underwent an operation for appendicitis.
One hundred and ten cars of stock
passed thru here Sunday enroute to
the 'markets at St. Joe and Kansas
At the meeting of the I. O. 0. F.
lodge Monday evening tho initiatory
degree was conferred on two candidates.
Tho Ku miatic Kids went to Blue
Hill Saturday evening whore they
played for a dance and during their
stay in that town some ono drove
their Ford car north of town where
they found it Sunday afternoon.
Tho Deprpn of Honor will meet next
Tuesday ovoning nt 7:H0 nt. tho I. O. O.
F.linll. This Is tho first meeting in
the year nml every niemher is request
ed to be present as tho new olllcerR
will ho installed. After installation
tho first division will entertain.
The P. E. O. Society met with Mrs.
.Robt. McBride Monday afternoon.
Mm. n S. Mitchell and Misa Ger-
Gustav E. Gigcr of Guide Rock tdc Co.n were the guests of honor
and Miss Magdalen B. Goos of Blue and a dainty luncheon was served t
Hill wore granted a marriage Hcenio tho close of the meeting.
AT HOME EXPECT YOU
TO TELL 'EM ALL ABOUT
'OMAHA'S FUN UbratTfSA
Bert Perry, engineer at tho piwct
ntation, who recently underwent an CENTRE." THE
opration for appendicitis is able to b? Exhilarating BURLESK and VAUDEVILLE
out again. KtSeAlwayiFitlcJwilhPrettyGirU.rnnnyCtmi
Oorfemii I'(uipl!. lirillmit Scenic Hnvironmco.
m. n TUT l,n MATINEE DAILY, 25; EVNGS 8:30
Two good, places to cat, at homo everybody goes ask anydody
jind Powell's Cafe. AiwaystheOlEEestandDBStSliowWestofCWcago
Mrs. Win. Jarboe went to Lincoln
Wednesday morning where .Mie will
fpend a few days with relatives and
Gone Biifeh returned home Saturday
morning from Obcrlin, Kansas whore
he had been visiting relntivcs and
Miss Nina Simmons arrivwi
from YI-Tk Monday evening
spending tho holiday vacation
The bride was dressed lln n conven
tionnl wedding gown of white. The
groom wore a flowing blnclc coat with
au elaborate white vest decorated with
real pearls. His shoes were of black
with real lace shoestrings. Imported
groy broadcloth trousers of tho latest
ant and tnuke, white glovesand a white
emvut of flue India linen, together
with collar, shirt, handkerchief of siml
lur material, completed his p.irfectco.s
tiime. For a traveling suitH tlio groom
wore n tailored suit of bluo hcrge with
IkiikIhoiiiu tan shoes mid imported felt
hut. Ohio Stiite .loiiriinl.
FRIDAY NIGHT, JAN. 6th
GivOn by the Red Cloud Post, American Legion.
The Shabbier You Look the Better
Your old tattered clothes harmonizing with the
conditions of the day is the proper costume. Most
of us will be enabled to dress appropriately for
this cvfintwith but little effort. Everybody invited
A PRIZE TO COUPLE WITH BEST MAKE-UP
Admission SI. 10 Spectators 25c
II. G. Britton returned to Guide
Kock Saturday mrrning after spend
ing a few days at tho home of his son,
D. G. Kritton.
Price Smashing Bargains
For the month of JANUARY ONLY!
BIG "CUT PRICE" on Winter Goods Before Invoicing.
To clean up on all winter goods will make the following cuts:
Buv a Whoat and Corn Fnrm in Fast
or i Colorado from Ownors. Partinu
rs, C'bmnbcr of Development, Deer
Come to our store and let us show you the most
economical fence-for you to buy the fence that is
woven from even heavily galvanized open hearth wire.
The wavy strand wires expand and contract with the
heat and cold ancT ALWAYS STAY tight. The stay
wires are held firmly in place with the famous SQUARE
DEAL LOCK that positively prevents slippingthese
are only a few of the superior features of
ou will nLlfi no mistake in buying SQUARE DEAL
FENCE it lasts longest, cots less for repairs and requires
fewer posK We have this popular fence in a variety of
3tyjesa fenre to meet your ty requirement. Como nv
ul Gfe us "i 'it it nee J fenc c, . . )
Miss Florcnco Peters returned to
1Kb city Sunday evening aftor spend
irig the holidnya with her parents at
Miss Florcnco Bollinger returned
to lied Cloud Sunday evening after
spending tlip holidays with her par
enta at Afton, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jemhcrg of Ak
ron, Colorado arrived hero Sunday
morning to visit his paronta, Mr. and
Mrs. P. A. Jcrnberg.
Mifls Zolla Tayl-r returned to Om
aha Monday morning after spending
a few days with her sister, .Mrs. C.
M. Sherwood and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Draco Eehelman re
turned to their homo at Rockwell
City, Iowa, Saturday mrrning aftor
visiting relatives and friends hore.
Miss Minnio Kellett returned to
Clay Center Wednesday morning
after .ponding tho holidays hero with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat tCollctt.
Miss Blanche Boner roturnod to
Lincoln Saturday morning after
attending tho past ten days here wth
her parents, Mr. and Mm. P. IT. Hon-,
It2v. J. V Ja"hoo returned ti Mn
coin Saturday morning aftor spend
in? a fnw dnyn at tho homo of his ion
Wm. Jaiioo, and at the W. II.Tliomna
V V .l "
Do not want to carry any outing
gowns over as I am crowded for space
so my loss is your gain. While they
last all go at
Winter Gloves and
Wool dress goods
All other winter goQds this month at
Tn rlfinn nn on furs will make a
These were priced low in tho first
place and this reduction makes them
lower than they could be bought at
wholesale. Come in and maku your
choice while the .stock is complete,
"The Woman's Srore"
Red Cloud, Nebraska
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