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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1902)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. JVLY L 1002,
The - Big: - Store.
Items o( Interest as
Repotted bv Chief
Reporters at Several
A specially attractive list of items
on which there is a nice little saving
for the shopper who takes advantage
Mattrcsr.cs, 2.75, 3.00, 4-00, 5 00,
6. do and Sb.oo.
Smith Davis coil springs at 2.50,
3.00 and $1.25.
Six odd Commodes, from 4.00 to
6.00, your choice for $3.50.
Odd wood beds, full size your
choice for $4.
Folding book case 5A feet high,
3 feet wide, solid oak, $375
Oak dining chairs, cane seat at
$5-75 Pr set.
Hardwood, cane seat high bac
dining chairs, $4.50 Per set
Cane seat sewing rocker $1.25.
Large cane seat comfort rocker
A cobler seat rocker for $1 .35.
A special in couches, best steel
construction at $7 and $9.
Kitchen cabinets from $6.00 to
$12.50 each, all full size cabinets.
National Iiiscuuit Co., fresh gin
ger snaps, 7.1c.
Choice Japan rice at 5c.
Gallon pie fruit, peeled pie pea
ches and apricots per can 37c.
Lima beans 5c lb.
Package cleaned currants at be
1 lb can Baked Beans with tomato
7 cans Sardines for 25c.
1 lb can of Baking Powder for Sc.
1 lb can of Baking Soda for 5c.
Our purchases of wash goods
this season have been very
large, and our sale very heavy.
About the middle of June we
placed our line of iSc and 20c
dimities, lawns, batistes, cord
ed dimities and Swisses on sale
at 14c to clean up the short
lengths ami remnants. We
still have a number of 5 to
15 yard pieces left and we olfer
them at 14c while they last.
14c for 18 and 20c dimities, lawns,
6c for 10c ginghams, lawns,
25c for Egyptian tissues, were
$14.00, $16.00, 18.00,
20.00, and 23.00.
Complete set of attachments
with all machines.
Written guarantee with each
See our new patterns in swell
It will bo ilry, by nntl by.
Farmers ars trying to cut their grain
Goonro Cather was in town Tuesday
looking up 11 threshing otitlit, to com
mence- threshing as soon as it is rj
1 hero was no publication of the Kit
tcrprise last week on account of the
sickness of tho editor, Ij. K. Spencc.
(Jeonru Solomon received his new
mail wagon Tuesday morning and
made his llrst trip over rural route
Tho largo window glass which was
broken out ol tho Spenco building was
If tho rains continue it will bo a wet
C. K. Hicks returned from Lincoln
Charles Spenco anil family left for
Uuskin, Neb., Wednesday morning to
visit relatives and friends.
S. J. Wheeler has been somewhat in
disposed the past few days.
A. Franco wns elected school treas.
urer at the atmual meeting Monday.
There was quite a lively time at the
school nit eting Monday. The actions
of tho school committee, who arc V. S.
Hull. J. L. (JrandstulT and A. l John
son, were severely criticised by the
say they arc all married and have big
Wort Stovons went to Smith Center
Saturday to begin Ills work in tho nor
Verne Smith and wife, who havo
been visiting his father and mother,
departed for Topeka, Ivan., Wednes
day. Terry IJoardsloo returned homo from
his Oklahoma tour Wednesday and re
ports tho country there about tho same
as other places.
tin il lioiuilitiB nlaco for himself and
brothers during tho normal instituu.
Klmer Frazior took tho train for
Smith Center Sunday evonlug. Ho be
gan his work in the normal Monday.
Vem S nith sold 11 lino cow to Oto
Jim (Jillis was in Ked Cloud Friday.
Mr. Totter and Harvoy Graham woro
delegates to tho convention at Smith
Will Dollins and wife woro tho Sun"
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Klmer Heardslee's baby is reported
on tho sick list this week.
Mrs. (ieorgo King and mother were
in Hed Cloud Friday.
Tho boys mot hero Saturday and had
a tine gamo of ball.
Oto Frazior was helping Kd Carpor
in his alfalfa last week.
To quickly reduce our stock, we
place on sale our entire scock
of ladies' wrappers at reduced
$1.25 wrappers reduced to 98c.
$1.75 wrappers reduced to $1.38.
$1.00 wrappers reduced to 7SC.
or Money Refunded.
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
We li;ie just received a m w lot of
And to move them in a hurry we will sell them
very cheap. Get out prices before buying.
Butter and Eggs taken in exchange.
mutci m ch (or pouUry and nuils.
GROCERIES AND MEAT mArmtto.
ISAKKLRY & SCHAFFNIT,
IJ.iseim nt Totiisr Wriglit ISiiiiding.
I Scissors GroiinoV
ALL KINDS OF KDC.K
TOOLS SHARPLNLD j
All kinds of bather work txieutodj
promptly and atifnetioii
patrons of tho district, lliey trieu
hard to explain their position, nut it
was of no use, but they were taken up
and turned down at every turn they
iittennited to iniikc. The people of tlie
district were organized under tho lead
ership of tho leai less "littlo giant,1 lv
II. Cox of (Menwood township, who in
his xpt'cch told tho school board that
their aetions and their plans lanl in
their seeret -tar ehamber meeting-
woie blacker than tho Miioku thai
rollid from the smokestack of hndiw
111.- im-iting got pretty warm mid,
while It did not eollio to blow, lliclll-
! hers of ilirt school hoard were called
iar si vera', times, and a motion was
I put before tho people Hiking the mem
bers of the school board to re.-ign
forthwith, which ci.rried almost unani
mously, only two voting against the
motion. V. S. Hall, "tho emperor, as
ho is known here in town, was model
utor of the meeting and continually
refused to put tho motions that came
before tho meeting. It looked at one
tlmo as if no levy would bo matle tor a
sniwidl in Hladon this year. All the
trouble seemed to nriso because the
board hired a teacher, who made a
failuro of tho school last year, at an ad-
vnneo in salary of $10 per month, anil
against tho wishes of three-fourths of
tho patrons of tho district, and the ex
pulsion of some live or six scholars last
spting. Finally it was voted that a
levy of 10 mills on all taxable property
tin nindes that fenia o teachers no em-
v ..... ..-,
ployed in both rooms and that nine
months school be held. Just how
all this will end wo nro curious to
know, as tho two faction?, tho school
board and tho people, will not unite on
tho teacher employed by the noaru.
w. A. Mvci'suf Lebanon was visiting
J J in our neighborhood iuu Thursday.
,)..! Frnzier was shopping in Ked
A. Hartnmn took a 11 r o load - f liags
to ltcd Cloud Friday.
Jack Forgny of Lobanon was visiting
with l'erry Ueardsleo one day last
Henry Nyhera is suffering from a
slight atroke of paralysis i" his hand,
and is uimblo to two his thumbs at all,
I Oui Frnzier and Henry Nyberg took
t.e train Fi May niRht for Smith Cm
tur. Hinry went as a dolegnto to the
rfiiiniillcan convention and Oto to look
. . - t L
l'lenty of rain is reported all over tho
state, but a littlo warmer weather is
noidcil to niako tho corn grow properly.
Haiti, rain, rain
Nebraska is a rainy stale.
L'ewellvn King answers to tho name
"pa" and mys it is u girl. Mother and
daughter are getting along well.
Puis is a great year for girls. The
..,.-! nn-iwt mil' u fit tlm Lome of Mr. i
and Mrs Charley Smith.
Charles Aiiuuk, tho nuw iitoderaloi
o( di.tiiet No. ill!. saj: "1 am in
training every day for the fat men's
race at Ked Cloud on Independence
Kll liouchin, dai hold's long distance
horseshoe pitcher, stands ready to con
test with all comers. Ho will pitch for
either love or money.
Myrtle Smith had tho misfortune to
cut her linger quite seriously on a
piece of glass.
The wet weathor makes tho farmers
happy for two reasons it makes Hie
crops grow and it makes it impossible
Jcsso Ailes ciimo hero Monday night
on a short visit
Below we give a partial list
ot the dooks we nave
on hand at present.
Amlilnti N'lKlilx (') New nml HcvIhm! E'lltton
The Korlimea of NIkcI -....Soott
lleyiiml lliu I'lty (U) A.Coimn Doyle
SlnuiKO SeerclH A. Coiinii Dojlo
All Sorts nml ComlltloiiH of Men
llceiiiit miJ ltlco
Kiik.lil Krmtit 'y"11
llcppo the Coaocrlpt Anthony Trollilio
Chicot thclctfr Dntmis
t'lititucss ilo Cliurny - DiiiiuiH
I.vo nml Uhorly inuniiH
Sm ii I
rin; i tc A - TAI I soiuo of tho fai mors say ineynivoii'i -iDjiuoo.il. w. ...3...
U1VL - U5 - A n1 Ja8lnKi0piK.w.ed in their Holds. They riving wild horn.
J.J. Smith has at last caught enough
water to fill his pond. It was dry all
Tho school meeting in district No. 'M
was very harmonious. Thoy will havo
six months school there during tho
Tho rain Saturday night and Sunday
u'tiised tho postponement of Sunday
school at the M. K. church.
Heuvy rains Walnut creek full a!-j
Mr. JessiPn is having his wheat cut.
Mr. Hddy of Innvalo preached here
Th United Urethren ato iiolding
inei tings in the tatmrnaclo on Itock
Creek. Tho quarterly meeting will be
held nest Sundav.
Hev. Con Hewitt and family are vi.-'-itiug
O.ie of Tom ilonsV flnu eows was
killed by falling over a high bank.
Mr. Farnliam had tho mlsfortunii to
it jut 0 one of his horses severely, wln'o
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