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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1904)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. SEPT KM IS Bit, 0 1901.
TWO for ONE
Our August offering of Dress Goods
2 Dresses t Price of One"
continues till September 15.
Goods only on tenter tabid
New arrivals in Ladies,' Misses' and Childrens' Cloaks
LADIES TOURIST COATS -LADIES
JACKETS - - - -MISSES
TOURIST COATS -
$7.50 to $15.00
5.00 to 12.50
7.50 to 15.00
CHILDRENS COATS.sizes 4 to 10
Blue piped with red Special C &g
was insured fur "WOO. nnd ttiu horses
for tWO and there win some inMKance
of the o'her thitiRN in the burn. Mr.
McC mkey succeeded In removing the
one h trse nnd eolt from tbe burn but
the colt ran buck into the bum where
it win so severely burned nnd after
ward escaped again. Vr. McConkey
eenii quite unfortunite with his hot
ses as about a year ago at the time of
the bunt after Tom Madison, a tine
team was s'olen from his pasture and
has so far not been recovered.
New Fanay Nouelty Brilliantine
Brown and Blue 60c
Other, values at 75c, qoc, $1.00 1.50, and 1.65
Voiles at 60c 90c $1.25 and $1.50
Wool Suitings at 50c to $1.75 per yard.
54 inch Suiting, Blue, Green, Grey at 60c per yard.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
School began Monday morning with
the imml attendance. Miss Mnble Day,
principal, and Miss L ittte Deakii,
Mm Erret of Wray, Colorapo, if
visiting at the home f her parents Mr.
and Mrs L. 1). Thomas.
Mrs Payer came down from Hastings
Monday to stay a while with her dau
ghter Mrs. (xeo.Jqjitttlybaiiulte sick.
Ned Hurd and faaaily, wk formally
lived on a farm wt fend south of
Cwles have moved to town to enjoy
a real from bard ltbor tbat is attacked
to a farm life.
Mrs. J. C. Waller drove to Franklin
Saturday to visit her father and mother
Mr. and Mrs. Bucter.
Nate Piatt and wife will occupy tbe
rooms vacated by H uner Thomas.
Those who attended tbe social Fri
day nigbt did not fail 'to have a good
time as well as a good supper.
Nt-llt Bnsey, Mahli Lntta and Nola
Rlcbey all Cowles students began
their tlrst terms of school Monday.
Miss Maude Hayes commenced
(etching school Micday. The same
school she taught in tbe spring.
-Rev. Davis will hold a set its of
meetings at the Christian church begin
ingSept. 11 and ontlnueing through
Mrs. J K Butler now has on hands a
number of new fall bats.
Until September 15 you can buy
Jewelry of us at cost and less. We
wish to reduce stock and will do it
if low prices are any consideration,
We have extra large lines of
Watches - - 75c and up
Chains, gold plated, 50c and up
Cuff Buttons - 20c and up
Cameras - - 80c and up
Come in and look.
A. watch will . e given away.
Sample line, large lace collars, in
Venise, Oriental and Repouse lace.
Prices range from $1.00 to $5.00
Colors Arabian, White and Ecru.
LACE STOCK COLLARS
Sample line at 20c to 75c each.
New Satine Petticoats
The Strongest line and Best Values
we have ever seown. Prices range
froM $1.00 to $5.00
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42 Piece Dinner Sets Given
With every 10 cent purchase, either in cash or
produce, we will give you a coupon bering a number
and entitling you to a chance in the drawing.
That Settle's It.
When a Colorado mimiI none walk is
laid that settles it. See Overing Bros.
w wi, 1 Ul JJI ll-f'H
We have already given three sets away.
We sell you Groceries as cheap or cheaper than you can
get them 'elsewhere, and besides give you an opportunity to
get one of these,handsome sets Free.
ALBRIGHT and RIFE.
Larfte Barn Burned.
Last M mday night at abou 12 o'clock
the large burn on tbo frm now ocen
pied by Mark M C mkey, live and a
half miles north and one hlf mil.. ,..,.
of Keri Cloud, and belonging to John
Ciiapin of Phoenix, At izina.caught tiro
anu was nurneu to the ground. Just
how the tire was started 1. nm ,.......
The bun contulnod about ton tons- of
inv aii(l four head of horses and one
colt tin eo of tin. ,orse wro burtiHl
wl'h the barn and thocolt w.ts so badly
b-.n.ed thm It is of )llt itl() Vp.
besides the hay and hones there was
quite a number of tools. The barn
School began Monday.
Mr. and Mrs John Parks of Atlantic,
are here visiting relatives ane friends.
Mrs. Cartie Adams and children re
turned tu iheir home at Ha stings, last
Monday after a months viit with re
latives and friends at this place.
J K Yost and family are taking in
the Harvest Carnival, at Holdrege,
L H. Boyd and family are spending
the week at Red Cloud attending the
Mr. C. Sponce and children are
spending the week here with friend
M wondslde and daughter drove
over to Blue Hill, last Tuesday.
Mrs. Grace Heed left liiat Monday foi
(rand Island, where sli-i goes toatteinl
Omer Gagnon and family moved
to Campbell, last M inday.
Miss Prtarl .McCilum is staying
at her Aunt, Mrs. houkhart and attend
ing school here.
H. B. Bovd nnd f imily and Mr. anil
Mis. Ve. Vdder.shelm drove to Rd
Cloud, Thursday, and spent a couple
of day at the reunion.
Mif. Wash Reed is visiting her dau
ghterMis. George Newborn?, at Red
Cionb, this week, and taking in the
.Joe and John Hill seturned from
tlio Worlds Filr lat Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs O. C. Anderson of
C.unpbell, were visiting at H II. Boyd
A. Reed drove up t' Hasting last
Monday returning Wednesday.
Mr?. Stryckcr son and daughter
returned fiom the Worlds fair last
iwff SB BHRBWaVl.
Monday morning the sound of tbe
snnrlMiraB'wwoketB eHizeni of Red
Cloud that tbe Interstate Reunion was
in progrt-as and that trouble hnd com
menced at camp McKinley. The
grounds are well laid out. The Pike,
as it is called, occupies a full block in
length including tbe street east of tbe
ootirt house park. The court house
park is full, the speakers stand, head
quarters tent and other tents beijg
located there. It is worth ones while
to walk down tbe Pike. The Merry-go-round
and nearly eveiy kind of
in amusement can be found there.
There is fun, fake and folly on the
1'iko and in other parts of the ground
and around the town there is boast,
oooze and bombast. Major Pemberton's
Drum corp revives in the memories of
'he vetrans the scenes and trying times
of the GO's and the Lebanon RraFH band
liscourses mti : nearly the entire day
ind until) Itte at night. There have
ieen ball games at tbe ball park every
ifternoon and speaking, singing, and
music of all kinds at the camp during
he afternoon and evening of chc'i day.
General Cole, KxCongresmun Suth ir-
land and Coogressaan Norris, (JoTer
nor Mickey and tbe Hin. E J. Bar
ken, candidate for U. 8. Senator, acl
many other noted epeakers bare" kVl
forth. The Pike ie eroded both 4ufm
and night with both youog, and old
some veiwing with disgust and otbeni
with pleasure. The young folka throw
confetti, oat meal etc. Altogether Reril
Cloud and the people witbin aaTw
given themselves up to a week of dls
sapation. .There have been aaaay wko
were unable to obtain a bed at feat
owing to the crowded condition of tk
hotels and nearly every available room
in the city has been occupied by him
weary pilgrim. At the ball park Mon
day, Cora defeated Red Cloud by m
scire of 7 to 0 and Tuesday Red Ckoad
defeated Cora, 11 to 0: Wednesday Su
perior was defeated by Rtd Good1,
fore 4 to 3 and Tlinrsday tlve. acorst
was to in favor of
Councilman Catber turned the"ieAy
over to G irheld Post No. 80' ,Mcmda.
The music furnished bv the Lebnnoa
baud is excellent and deserving of tba
highest pinise as also are tho membero
of the bind. They are a gentlemanly
lot of fellows. Willing to ito tfair
share towaid enu mining theerovd
Greatest Aid to Cookery
With least labor and trouble it makes .
hot-breads, biscuit and, cake of finest 1
flavor, light, sweet, appetizing and
assuredly digestible and wholesome.
PRIOE BAKING POWDKB CO., CHICAGO.
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