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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MARCH 29, 1901,
Lower and Lower !
Those who have seen our new
stock pronounce them
They are not only delicate
and attractive but full of qual
ity which will make them
Lawns, 25c to 8c.
Dimitias, 50c to 10c.
Silk Swisses and Ginghams 60c
White Goods 50c to 10c.
If you want cheaper prices than we are offering
you cannot expect to get good quality. There is
only one way to have quality that is reliable and
that is to buy at the prices where they can afford
Good Quality in Them.
We watch this matter of quality and prices so
carefully that we are sure you will agree with us
about the excellency.
Shirt Waist Beauty !
The shirt waist will be more popular than ever
this season. The shades and figures are different
from those of last year and the new assortment
just received gives us an opportunity to show a
handsome line at $3.00 tO 50c.
Iiadies Tailor JIade Suits and Skirts.
Our big reduction in Ladies Tailor Made Suits and Skirts is creating
$ 6.00 Suits $4.50. $12.50 Suits $ 9.95.
10.00 Suits 825. 14.00 Suits 11.75.
$2.75 Skirts $2.00. $4.50 Skirts $3.75. 55.50 Skirts $4.95
Fancy Mercerized Underskirts 2.00, 1.75, 1.50 and $100.
Table Linen, bleached, $1.75 to 35c
Table Linen, unbleached, $1.00 to 20c.
Table Linen, Colored, 50c to c
Ladies Wrappers, $3.40 to $1.00.
FU0ITUHE--A Feca headers.
Regular $5.00 wood beds at
Regular 7.00 and 8.00 wood beds at
Regular 6.00 commodes at
Good oak dressers
3ft, 6in Iron Beds -
Bed Room Suites
520.00 to 9.50
I A Mortgage Works
All of the Time.
So does good newspaper advertising. If
properly prepared it does good work, if
not properly prepared it is an eqpensive
proposition. Our experience enables us
to prepare ads that pull business. We
would like to prepare copy for your ads
we give the matter prompt and careful at
tention adn make advertising profitable.
1 'Publishers' Advertising Agency,
David City, Nebraska.
THE CHIEF, $1.00 PEE YEAB.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Warm Meals at All
,Nice, Comfortable Lodging
NUTS AND CIU KS
Oysters if Evkry Styb.
IaLL KINDS OK HOT AN!) COLD1
Incidents of Every Day Life Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Accouut of Their Littleness.
Tho regular opting vacation of tho
city schools has boon on this week.
Wo Inul always supposed that this tlmo
was sot npnit no that tno children
could help mako utduu to taisu vege
tii'ilcs, hut 111 tho ciiso of somu of the
3tuniot ones thoy liuvu obseived the
occasion by raising a little, wull wo
won't give you tho word Wo can't
see why undoi tho sun this vacation is
given at this time, for nine times out of
ton tho sun is undor a cloud at this
time of tho month. -If you want to
givo tho .scliolais a vacation give it at a
tiuia when staying in-doora is iiksomo
and tho outs do world is wreathed in
smiles. A young man who recently
went away asked us to not say any
thing about him in Almost Forgotton.
As ho is not married and thereforo
has not been mixed up In a scandal
with 801110 single lady or somo other
man's wife wo will havo to pass him
up. If wo thought ha had loft any
thing behind wo would givo him a touch
of high life Now boys don't bo afraid
to go to Oklahoma. Wo undei stand
tho now society tho Model n and Ex
cepted Ordor of Protected Di unks held
their tit st meeting and organized on
Tuesday night last. As tho order is of a
secret naturo and our information was
gained only by strategy, wo aro unable
to givo tho names of tho oillcors of the
oidtr Tho ofneors of tho ordnraic:
Tho Big Ex-Tank, Tho Little Ex-Tank,
Keeper of Cases, (nlways empties)
Rustler of Cases, (full onot), Lecturer
of Cases, (tho ono who always makes a
"spiel" for them), Watch, (to see that
110 member gains admission unless
duly qualified) Tho meetings aro held
each night of tho week as beforo an
nounced. Wo understand no session
will ho hold on tho night of election
until after tho vote is counted, when
tho now city otlicors will bo taken in as
honorary membora and a banquet
served. Talking about banquots tho
mombors of tho I. O. O. F. lodgo aro
generally treatod in tirst-class shape in
Guide Hock when thoy go there for
work with tho lodgo at that place.
Tho boys from heio wont down Wod
uosday night and report tho banquet
tino. Oliver Hedge was there and he
has always had tho reputation of being
a satisfactory cator and ono who is the
last to atisofrom tho banquoting board.
Ollvor httB beeu around considerably
with the team and its uiombers wore
onto tho fact that his appetite was gen
erally in good trim. Imagine the
consternation anil alarm of the mem
bers when ho suddenly laid down his
koifo and fork, wiped his moustache
absent-mindedly on a piece of celery
and was tho first to arise from tho
table. Frank Cowden faiuted and foil
into the lap of Elinor Uoss; Ueoige
Stewart, hearing tho commotion grab
bed his hat and rushed out of tho door
thinking it was an extra from Hastings;
Goo. Holllster forgot whoro ho was at
and wadod in thinking it was a tight of
tho city council; Ed. Ovoring thought
ho was presiding and rapped loudly
for order; Oscar Tool got the idea that
it was a firo and danced a jig thinking
of tho policies ho would write upon
tho morrow; the rest of tho boys cut up
all kinds of antics. When quiet was
restored Oliver was asked to explain
and he said that ho did not want to go
up against Elmor Uoss because he
wonld hare to eat all night. Noxt
Tuoiday is olootion nnd lot no ono who
pride's himself on his republicanism
let any little grievances deter him from
voting his tlckot straight. It. Is these
littlo matters fonght out in city elec
tions which mako tho soro spots which
aro so hard to hoal when eloctions of
greater importance cotniv-The pies
eat city council is in good woiking
order and we boliovo in leaving a good
thing alone. Tho ora of substantial
improvement has boon comtnoncod by
tho preeent Inonmbonts and thoy should
bo allowed to continue tho good work.
Susan Cobonra was born near Mow-
castle, Ueloware, Novembor Olh, 1810,
and died at the home of her daughter,
Mm. W. W, leaaiM,, tear la Hill,
is Well Served
hot roll or
Stale bread for breakfast is barbarous;
hot, yeast-risen rolls are dyspeptic.
adds anti-dyspeptic qualities to the
food and makes delicious hot-bread,
hot biscuit, rolls, muffins or griddle
cakes whose fragrance and beauty
tempt the laggard morning appetite,
and whose wholesome and nutritive
qualities afford the highest sustenance
for both brain and body.
The "Royal linker and Pastry
Cook" containing over 800
most practical and valuable
cooking receipts free to
every patron. Send postal
card with your full address.
There are cheap baking pow
ders, made from alum, but they
arc exceedingly harmful to
health. Their astringent and
cauterizing qualities add a
dangerous element to food.
ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO, 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
ob., March 21st, 1001. In early life
her father's family moved to Chester
county, Pennsylvania, and lator to
Lancaster county, sanio state. In 1832
they moved to Wayne county, Indiana,
whoro in 18315 sho was united In mar
riago to Josoph M. Frame. Thoy
moved to Salom, Henry county, Iowa,
iu 1841 and resided in that town and
township for near half a century. In
1883 they went with smno of thoir
children to Webster county, Nebraska,
whero in 1888 tho husband and father
passed on before. Since that tlmo sho
made her homo with Mr. nnd Mrs
Hognte. Mrs. Frame was tho mother
of live children, W. li, of JefTeison
county, Iowa, Julia (Mrs. Hogatc) of
Hluo Hill. Nob., J. II. of Republic
county. Kansas. J. l;. uoccascu. ana
Albert A. of Rod Cloud. Two sons,
J. 11 and J. L., enlisted as volunteers
in the UOth Regiment Iowa Infantry,
and served until tho close of tho re
bellion. -She was a member of tho
Society of Friends, widely known and
loveu, especially among mo pioneers
Weather stoi my, snow and sleet.
Miss llessio Carpentor of Franklin
was the guest of Allen Carpenter this
week. She will go to Oklahoma In
the near futtiio to mako that her home.
The mooting at Pleasant Dalo closed
Sunday evening. Tiny will commence
again on March Ills'- at 11 a.m. and
continue for ono week, conducted by
Ror. Miller of Illoomingten.
While the Steffens boys wetu thiesh
ing t dames Kengle's, a spark from
tho engine set tho straw on tiro and
burned all grain that was threshed. It
oamo near burning the separator.
Rov. J.J. Haskius took tho train for
Seattle this woek and will mako that
his future hojie.
J F. Zedlkor of Franklin has blos
somed out as a full-fledged magnetic
honlor. We make this announcement
freo of charge for the benefit of people
who have imaginary ills. Those who
aro really sick should take Tim Chief,
Wo aro willing to guarantae that on
year of Tub Chief, if carefully and
thoroughly read, will euro anything
frm ingrown toenails to baldheadcd-
The first pick-nick of tho soason wa
givon at tho 11. & M. eating houso on
Wednesday evening. Each lady
brought u basket full of dolicacies and
true to pionic fashion everyone
"squatted" on tho floor and ato picnic
fashion, A very enjoyablo ttrao was
I'ho ilegieu team of the I. O. O. F
lodge of this city went to Guide Rock
on Wednesday evening, to initiate sev
eral no ,v members itito tho mysteries,
of Odd Fellowship. Tho Rod Cloud
lodgo has as good a degree team as
can bo found any whero and thoy are iu
Henry Hollzman started out t h to
other day with a gun on his shoulder,
we supposo ho went out for bear, but
when about a rnilo from town a large
bull got after him and he proved to bo
quite a sprinter for About a mile. After
ho escaped ho was just hunting ducks
and had no use for larger gamo,
Last Friday T. W. Hatflold, whilo
laying tho stono for tho crosswalks,
lost tho lower part of him, causod by
catching It on n. nhnrn nnrnni- nt tlm
This more sorions than wo thought,
as we wero informed that ho had onlv
sustained the loss of part of a finger,
and wo oxtond our sympathy and hope
he will soon be ablo to be around.
Mansion Hitch oy d!od at his home in
this city on Sunday morning at 10.20.
Ills nilmont was supposed to be erl.
Tho funeral services were beld from
the Christian church on Mondav. A
slstor of the deceasod, Mrs. Mather of
Rod Oak, Iowa, was apparently not
satisfied with the cause of his death
and decided on an inquest. Tho in
quest was held on Tuesday afternoon
at the court house bat resulted in the
jury bringing in a verdict that they
were in uouot as to the cause of hln
death, Tho remains wore burled ia
tho Red Cloud cemetery on Tuesday
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