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Since our advent into the city of Alliance there
have been many closing out sales of Hen's
Clothing and thus far, strange to relate, only
one has closed out. We have the Purchasing
Power to undersell either the real closing out
sale or the fakir. We have "let slip the dogs
of war" and the cry of havoc resounds in all
Remember We Discount AH Other Sales,
All Kinds of Competition Look Alike to Us.
Compare Prices with the others
Engineer and Firemen's Sisterhood GIovcc
Winter Weight Underwear
Men's Cheviot Overcoats
Hen's Long Ulsters
Men's Heavy Sweaters .
Boys' Knee Pants
These prices are subject to change
We can afford to sell any article we carry
cheaper than others and we give you new mer
chandis such that has not been vaccinated by age
or hireling ads. Pass up the side shows and come
to the main tent.
Two Doors South of
High Prices Iby
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Keith I. Pierce Is fully authorized to so
licit subscription) nnd job work -and collect
and receipt for same, and transact nil other
business In connection with his position ns nn
accredited repr-osentntlvo of this paper.
. & M. TIME TABLE.
Passenger trains leavo Hemingford, dally,
is ioi lows:
tfo. 41, west.. .9:40 a.m. 1 No. 42, cast.. 3:44 p.m.
All regular trnlns carry passengers.
Mrs. Ford and children spent Thanks
giving at the ranch.
Luko Phillips returned Wednesday
from Ida visit to the Hot Springs.
Geo. Obborn lias been suffering' this
week with a severe attack of grip.
E. S. Wildy of Alliance made Hem
ingford a business call Wednesday.
Mrs. Miss spent several days Inst
week on her homestead south of town.
The little folk at Emory Abloy's home
are reported as being upon the sick
Mrs. Furman living near Marsland
had a severe stroke of paralysis last
Gail Price had an attack of grip last
week, but is now able to be in school
Verne Burk went over to Bridgeport
last Sunday where he will remain this
J. T. McGrew left last Friday for
Denver where he expects to spend the
The little child of Ole Moe, who was
seriously ill last week, is steadily im
Thanksgiving services were held in
the Methodist church. The services
Miss Hetrich returned last Friday
from her visit east and is now the guest
of Mrs. C. J. Wildy.
Little Maggie Killeen is able to be in
school again after several days of se
vere illness with cold.
Tho baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. II.
IIull who has been so ill the past week
is now improving rapidly.
Mrs. A. S Enyeart is confined to her
bed this week with a cold that threat
ens to devclope into the grip.
Lee Roland was so unfortunate as to
have his horse fall upon him while rid
ing. Severe bruises was the result.
Luther Neeland was a visitor in
town Monday, having made the trip in
the interests of tho Malinda ranch.
Those who entertained Thanksgiving
were Mr. and Mrs. (Jrcon, Mr. nnd Mrs,
Win, Fosket and Mrs. McChandless.
Herman Perlick drove to Alliance
last week for a supply of lumber to use
in the house he is buildingnear Marple
Katie Batne came up from Alliance
Wednesday and will remain and assist
in the caro of her mother who is quite
II. II. Ilensvold, who has been very
ill for the last two weeks, is much bet
ter and all danger from pneumonia
Sheriff Reed and family come up from
Alliance Thanksgiving and will remain
the remainder of the week visiting
Miss Mary Bushnell returned last
Thursday from a visit to Chicago and
several points in Ohio. She reports a
very pleasant trip.
Frank Liska came down from Hay
Springs Saturday for several days' visit
with his parents. He will spend the
winter at Hay Springs.
Prln. II. II, Funk went to Crawford
Thursday to attend the Northwestern
Teachers' association. His name is on
the program for a paper.
The dinner served Thanksgiving day
bv the ladles of the Methodlbt church
u well attended and the dtnner JUelf
a ti'jniph of culinary iU".
They are perfect fitting g
latest styles and up to g
All sizes and prices any
$1.25 to $3.00.
L. PIERCE. Reporter.
Rev. Gardner accompanied by Mr.
Sherwood drove down to the Carpenter
neighborhood Saturday, so that Rev.
Gardner might hold services there Sun
day. Mr. Hall moved his family into rooms,
in the Uhrig building Monday, where
tlicy will live during the winter and
give the children tho benefit of the
James M radicle returned last Sunday
from Lincoln where ho has been in the
hospital for some time. He is now so
much improved that ho can continue
Mrs. Clark Olds entertained the la
dies' clud lastSaturday afternoon. The
program was very interesting and the
afternoon pleasantly spert, as is usual'
when Mrs. Olds entertains.
Mrs. John Kulin returned Sunday
from Alliance where she went to at
tend her aunt, Mrs. Dunn, in her last"
illness and death, Mrs. Dunn was one
of the early Hemingford settlers.
E. L. Everett lias purchased tile
building owned by W. K. Hern
call and will fit it up as a first-class-barber
shop. Tho men in town will be
glad to get a good shave once more.
Rev. Connell drove to Marsland Wed
nesday to perform the wedding cere-"
mony of Miss Addle Poole and Mr.
John Bennett, both of whom are well
known in this place. May happinees.
and prosperity attend them in this life.
The party who went to Alliance to
attend "Queen Esther" were greatly
pleased and felt amply repaid for the
trip. Those who attended were Mrs..
Sherwood, Mrs. Johnson, Mfs. Rustin
and Misses Blanch and Almeda Fosket,
A Thanksgiving program was given
Wednesday afternoon by the pupils of
Mrs, Ford's and Mrs. Rustin's rooms.
The pupils in the school have always
taken a great interest in the holiday
programs. The school was dismissed
until Monday, giving the teachers an
opportunity to attend the association
Will Walker had a narrow escape
from "confiscation" last Sunday morn
ing. Mr. Walker arose at an early
hour and proceeded to start the fire be
fore dressing. In some manner he np
plied the match to his night robe as
well as the kindling and about three
yards of outing ilanncl was totally
destroyed before the blaze cou'd be ex
tinguished. Will says it-was tho closest
call he ever had and wo don't dispute
his word for u minute. In fact he
looks scared yet.
Alice Leora, baby daughter of Mr,,
and Mrs. Geo. Carter, passed away
Sunday evening after a short illness of
a few days' duration. Tho cause of
death was pneumonia. This dread
disease made such rapid strides that
the delicate little life was gone ere the
friends scarcely realized that she was
ill. The funeral services were held
Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Gardner
preaching the sermon. The fiowera
were presented by the Mission Band,
Baby Carter being the youngest mem
ber. The family have the spmpathy of
Ludies Aid meets with Mrs. Hadley
Tommy Lawrence has his now soddy
nearly completed and will move In as
soon as his wife is able.
Joey Heath has been somewhat indis
posed for the past two weeks.
Mrs. M. P. Nason has a white chrys
anthemum with one hundred and forty
four blossoms. Let us hear Jrom some
one that can beat that.
Harry Smith of Alliance is working
for Herbert Nason.
Mrs. Susie Smith of Slater, Missouri,
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. It. H. West
Mr. Trimble is building a brick
house. The mafions nnd carpenters
are pnnhingthe work us last as possible.
Corn bhuekiug is uearly over in this
vicinity. Those that are through have
been improving the time during the
I line weather hauliug wood from Pine
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