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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
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VOLUME XXXII L
RED CLOUD, XEURASKA, MAHCIL 10, 11)05.
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Miner Bros. Miner Bros.
New Soring Goods
JJeuisy Notes prom Neighboring Towns f
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
(From the Times ) .
Rv Hutchison was over from Esbon
"Magnificent showing new goods, lowest prices,"
and many such phrases are always heard at the be
ginning of the season. We might add, "Never
before have we been so well prepared." We take it
for granted that the buying public of Red Cloud ex
pect us to be better prepared with each succeeding
season, evidenced bv somethinor more than mere
words. We cordially invite an inspection.
Thoro'll bo very littlo
homo sowing on Muslin
Underwear in lied Cloud
if you appreciate- our as
sortment as wo do. And
thuro is littlo occasion for
homo sowing, too. When
it was a choico of buying
poorly made, sweat-shop
goods, or making them yourselves, perhaps tho homo woik was tho
cheapest; anyway, tho safest and bost. In buying PEERLESS
goods you take no risk -nothing is loft to chance. Those Undor
muslinsaro crisp from tho hands of well paid workerr whoso busi
ness hours aro spent in America's brightest and cleanest factories.
All goods cut full and in good, generous sizes.
Now Effects In Ginghams for Spring 1905.
75 patterns Toile do Nord Ginghams just placed on sale. Stripes,
Checks, broken Checks Fancies, a groat, range of patterns For
Shit Waist Suits, Waists Drosses, Men's Shirts, Boys' Waists. 12Jc.
Corset Covers, J 5c to SI. 75
Night Robes, SOc to $2.25
Skirts, Sl.OOto $3.75
Drawers, 25c to $1.75
Tho new Embroideries aro now ready
and comprise tho daintiest originations
we have over shown.
Wo have gathered them with lavish
hand, yet with a discriminating eye as to
their usefulness aud price worth.
Embroidery dainties from
3c to $1.25
midi l ! ..rfittffi
(i'itgt Dueker went (Iowa to Kansas
Uncle Billv (Joodo returned Friday
from Milo, Iowa
H. L Skairgs moved to ilio east part,
of low n this week.
Al Lattimer boiiL'ht a liam at Fow
ler's sale lait Thursday.
Ethel Cherry has quit school to begin
work in Dnrgo's ding store.
(r. W. Rogers has sold his iarm to
Mr. Butler of Jewell county.
Mr. and Mr. Percy Hoot of Agra
spent Sunday with Percy's parents.
Ilarvo Wright of tho Colby Free
Press came down Sunday for a visit.
If nothing unforseen happens, Leba
non will have a now tchool building
Jim Adams was somewhat disfigured
Tuesday while unloading an oven at
Art Clongh (iiino up from Carey,
Kansas, Thursday night to attend to
business and visit relatives and friends
for a time
Joe House! informs us that ho has
three legs now instead of two, having
recently purchased a new one while in
II. M. Cat I'm aud family of Million
county, lown, have arrived here. Mr
Catlin bought the K. Forbes farm north
ctitt of town. Art Iluglus and wife,
from the same place, accompanied
them and expect to loeato in this
While in Kansas City last week John
Adams bought a cigar al a eig-r store
and giiVe thecleik a live dollar "Wil
liam," and the clerk in giving him
back his change gave him a due bill on
tho merchant Visonhale of Bollairo
This in enough to prove that due bills
on Smith county merchants aro good
as gold anywhere.
L. E. Furry & Sons shipped seven cars
of cattle and one of hogs, topping the
Kansas City market with forty-two
head of these cattle at $5 15 Tho
Fcgter boys of Macon shipped one car
of cattle anil two of h ig, W. I!,
Chancy one car of alh II 'lVekor
one car of cattle and E. A. Peery one
car of hogs.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County ILeporters
Tuesday was a true March day.
Miss Pearl MXirew visited homo
folks over. Sunday.
Diner Gagnon of Campbell was in
this city Wednesday.
Wash Hoed and wifo spent Sunday
at tho homo of Wayne Keed.
Ernest lleod and family visited at the
homo ot II S. Boyd Sunday.
Frank Wheland has moved into the
H Pounds property in the east part of
Con Widdersheim of Hastings vlsitod
with his brother Vet tho first of the
Mrs. Maggie Thomas visited at tho
home of her undo, G M. Lookhurt.last
Vet Widdorshoim and Rob Boyd
drove to Hastings Fridny, roturuing
U. S, MKlin is under
. this' week, all
Mrs. Wash lloul is visiting with her
on ticcouut of a
daughter, Mrs. George Newhouso, in
Bird Kyle has moved into tho Wil
liams property recently vacated by
Miss Nellie Itiimbaugh returned to
school Munda7, afler spending a week
with her parents.
Charles Nichols and family left for
South Dakota Monday, whern ho has
taken land in tho Hosebud country.
Just Travolpieco returned from
Chaso county last Tuesday, where ho
has spent the past two woeks looking
after his place out there,
Marshall Lewis left last Monday
for Superior, whore ho has routed a
place and intends farming. His family
will follow him in a short time.
Mh-H Parker was called to Fail field
Siturday by the serious Illness of her
father. Miss May Koohler had ehargo
of tho school during her absence
Tho supper given last Saturday by
the Ladies Aid society was attended by
a large crowd, tho proceeds amounting
to t'V). All enjoyed a good timo.'
Mr. and Mw. Duiton of Iowa aro
visiting their sons, Joe, Rob and Goo.
Ponton of this pbicn and their daugh
ter, Mrs. Emma Rogers, living north of
Tho Chlof and tho wookly Stato
Journal, $1 a year .
(From the Sentinel.)
Spring track work at tho academy
has begun in earnest.
Charley Godsey was up from Red
Cloud one day this week.
II. F. Chubb and family left for
Trenton Thursday, taking the overland
Mrs. Maria K. Stanley, aged 83, died
very suddenly today, from heart
The census just taken gives Franklin
u population of 1,021, which eutitles us
to the city government.
W. C. JA8trnm, one of our popular
harbors, has bought 80 acres of the old
Van Lanningham place.
Jacob Brumbaugh and Andrew Nor
berg are laying a brick walk along the
south sido of the postollice.
E. G. Bohanan was hero from Lin
coin the first of tho week, adjusting tho
tire losses sustained last week.
A gorgo three miles long in the vicin
ity of Smith Bros.' ranch threatened
to change tho courio of the river.
Thomas Yolken of Macon Prairie
brought to town last Saturday two
Poland China hogs that weighed 1450
E. E. Phipps and family left Satur
day for Croighton, in tho northeast
part of the state, where tbey will make
The Bloedorn-Hilsabeuk Lumber Co.
of this city have ordered an artificial
stone plant, which thoy expect to have
in operation by April 1.
Colonel Hadden mado a business
trip to Lincoln Saturday evoning aud
occupied Representative Livongocd'a
seat in the legislature Monday.
Fifteen card of cattlo and hogs were
loaded at this station last Sunday.
(From i ho Journal )
Charley Godsey was down from Red
('. II llesscr aud faintly have gone
to DcniMin, Texas, to live.
Orii: Ri'hh of Red Cloud is the guest
of John Joins anil family this week.
Miss Avis Hcdherg and Fred Myers
att ended a dance in Red Cloud last
A S. Berry moved yesterday into the
Rodman properly, which he recently
James A Arthur of Alb-ghonv, Pa.,
spent, last Sunday with R-v. Johnston
The young people of the 11 P church
held a social last evening tit the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. II B Gray.
Malt Fogel of Kansas City, one of
tho early county treasurers here,
arrived Monday night for a visit.
A E Hunter has sold his residence
property in North Superior to C. E
Abb itt, one of our traveling men.
Hon. C. E. Adams left Wednesday
for Washington to attend tho inaugu
ral cer'jmonics, in which ho will par
ticipate. The Burlington and Northwestern
turned over seventy-live loaded cars
to the Santa Fe, a part of which was
com for export via Galveston.
Archie bishop, son of F. V. Bishop,
returned home Monday after an ex
tended trip through Now Mexico,
Ati.ona and California.
Elizabeth Maiker, county siipcriu
teni'ont of Webster county, came in
fioui Red Cloud Monday evening and
took the Northwestern for Milwaukee,
to attend tho meeting of the National
A. C. Amherson, father of B. C. and
C. E Amherson, who tuts been visiting
with his hods in Superior, for some
tune past, was killed by a train yester
day, when within ton miles of his homo
at Mercer, Pennsylvania.
to a lease, front board and shutter,
valued at $8..
Miss M iry Garvon went to Rod
Dr Ella P. Sumner visited hero par
ents here Thursday.
Orlie lloldrcdgn left Thursday for
James Drown shipped a car of oatllu
to St. Joe Wednesday.
B. W. Sheperdson went to Red Cloud
Thursday with a load of Hour.
Henry Schriner bought SI) acres of
laud from CI us Riga for 8101)0.
Mr. It iso, our photographer, expect'
to leave soon for a new location,
Del Kuutson returned Thursday
from his trip to the Loup river country'
Mr. and Mrs Fred Gaivin returned
Monday night from their honeymoon.
Miss Ollin Morrow was visiting at
Rett Cloud the latter part of the week.
Sune of the "old timprs" were out
warming up with a baseball Wednes
day. Bon Allen has retired from the dray
business, having sold out to Eli Ben
Baynard, tho young man, who
worked for E P Ettmiston, left Tues
day for Red Cloud.
Hal Mnydew had the misfortune
Wednesday to loso a roll of bills from
his pocKol amounting to $10.
J. F. iji'on, while working on his
new house in tho south part of town,
Tuesday, fell from a scaffold and dis
located his ankle.
Mrs. 1). D. Hunt and little son and
Miss Malay Baxter left Thursday night
for Longmout, Colorado, where Mr.
Hunt will join them and they will con
tinue their trip to tho Pacific coast.
(From the Review.)
J. Rose has sold his restaurant to
On Wednesday somoono enteied Mr.
Rose's photo car and helped themselves
(From the Messenger.)
Mr. ShurllilT is electing a new resi
dence. Julius Jurvis was able to bo dowu
town again yesterday.
A new K. of P. lodgo will bo organ
ized in this city on the nignt of Mtircli
Miss Edna Walker nutertali oil a
crowd of young folks athov home Sun
day. Barton Ulsh was run over by a wagon
Tuesday and severly injured across tho
W. II Myers of Lane wus the first;
poison in Smith county to subfciibo
for Tom Watson's Magti.'nu.
Frank Phinnoy has quit tho hotel
business and moved toRivertou, whero
ho will try his hand at carpontoring.
John Hartsook, aged 21, living near
Reamsvillo, died suddenly Sunday
evoning whilo out driving with Mias
John Raymond, living with Newt
Clemens, northwest ot Roanisville,
took a doso of aconite Tuesday with
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