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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
$1 a Year
VOLUME XX XI I L
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MARCH HI, 1SMI5.
The Big Daylight Store
The Big Daylight Store
Did you ever stop to think what buying in a well
lighted store means?
Every article has to be sold strictly on its merits.
You get the best quality always. There are no dark
places here to hide the defects.
Everything marked in plain figures A child can
buy here and be assured of the same treatment ac
corded to their elders.
Newness is everywhere in ovidonco in the "Big Daylight Store,"
and purticnliirly in the Wash Coods department, wiiero wo are
showing the very latest weaves and choicest patterns brought out
this season. Now arrivals every weok.
Batistes, per yard 12A to 50c
Mohairs, per yard 35c to 60c
Wash Silks, per yard 30c to $1.10
bilk Jacquards, per yard 25c to 60c
Voiles, per yard 15c to 50c
Panamas, per yard 1 8c to 60c
You are sure to securo only newest patterns in this stock. Last
season wo closed out every yard of wash goods. Wo have nothing
but this season s patterns.
JAPANESE WASH SILK
A special lot of Habutod Wash Silk, in Wuito only.
Pure Silk, 21 in. wide, 28c yard.
Cvirtains and Draperies
Thoso two articlos add more to tho appearance of a room than
any other feature of its furnishing.
Arabian Net, Irish Point, Brussels Net, Coble Net, Nottingham and
Ruflled Muslins, tfOc to $8. BO pair.
DRAPERIES, PORTIERES-Tapestry, Reps, Damasks, per pair,
2 to 97
CCUCH COVERS-Tapostry, Rops, Damasks, $1.25 to 4.SO
Rain Coats Ladles' Mackintoshes
Covert Cloth, tan and Oxford colors $ 3 00 to J 4.00
Wool Melton, Oxford, tan and mixed goods 5.00 to 8.00
Cravenettes aud Duoketts, the new rain cloth, light
weights, threo colors O.OOto l.'l.SO
Interesting Item Gathered
by Our County Heportera
Philip Wolf drovo to Hastings last
Miss Pearl McC.tlluni returned
school M today.
Jamos MuUride of Cowles
the city this week.
Mrs. L. Lookhartof Red C'oud was
in town Wednesday.
Way tu) Reed and family spent last
Sunday at H. II. Boyd's.
Mauford Davis is visiting bis uncles,
J. W. and Will D.ivi?, liviug south of
Uharlos Best and family returned to
Atlanta, after visiting at the home of
R. C. Hist.
Fred Andrews of Granite, O K , id
visiting at bis uncle's, H. 11. Uoyd'd,
onth of town.
Mrs. Mattio Burkey and children
spent Inst Sunday at tho homo of her
sister, Mrs. Will Davis.
J. Hinea was called to Sioux City last
Tuesday, by n brother who had tho
misfortune to have a leg broken.
Pans OniduiT relumed to Campbell
Tuesday, after spending several dys
visiting ins uncle
Mr. Chevalier of Campbell acoom
panied bis son, R C. Chevalier, down
to this place Monday and spent tho
day between trains.
j flemsy flutes From Neighboring Tomns 1
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
(Knmi the Itcview.)
Otto Wollcnburg of Lincoln' was in
Will Aithon returned to his home in
Cnas. Pugsl y and wii loturiied to
their home in Hastings Monday morn
Mm May Douglas loft for York, Nob.,
Monday, to visit her sister at that
Mis Liyton is having a now porch
and other improvements added to her
Henry Riisniusson of Naponeo and
Miss Wilt visited hero Sunday with Ed
Tom Clark wont to Histings Tuesday
morning, where ho intends to remain
W. S. Duinell from Now Albany,
Indiana, .was visiting with Hancock
Bros , old time friends.
Clark Boon was on the Kansas City
market this woi'k with three cars of
tine fat cattle of his own feeding.
M.ss Maude Foster was visiting at
her home in Blonmincrion tho first of
week, returning here Wednesday morn
ing. Lou Kugler has purchased a half
section of unimproved land just south
of Ira Ellis' place on Rock Cioik
Tom Clark arrived hero from Mis
souri Tuesday evening. Ho camo to
look after the rental of bis farm north
oast of town.
The R yal Neighbors gave a recep
tion last Monday evening, tho assembly
consisting in number of about sixty
Neighbors and invited guests.
Tom Clow, the livery man from
Franklin, came to Riverton Monday to
look after bis team which ho hired to a
Blnomiugton party Sunday Tho team
ran away damaging the buggy and
badly injuring one of tho horses in a
There was a little excitement hero
Tuesday night when a phone message
came from the northern part of town
saying that a crazy man was trying to
break into A. Williamson's house. A
number of our young braves started on
a run for the place, but found only a
stranger there, but he was too drunk to
Pearl Hines called on Grace Frisbio
S arko Bros, entertained a fow friends
Lucius Frisbio is homo from Lincoln
spending his vacation.
OhaB. Brubaker and Cloydo Jackson
wero on our streets Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. dear Emick are tho
proud parents of a baby boy.
Mrs. Ernet Terrill and children
visited with J. W. Saladen's Monday.
Tne committee on arransins the Dm.
I gram for Easter met with Mrs. Hines
Mrs. MoKlmmey of Red Cloud was a
pleasant caller in our village Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baker went to
Lebanon Thursday on account of the
sorioiH illneis of their daughter, Mrs,
Miss Viola Ward will givo an enter-
(Continued on Last Pago.)
(From the Sentinel.)
J. M. Lockhirt. t. " - up inim V "
' ing his brother Gus on the Hutcbins
Ex-State Supt. W. K. Fowler of
Lincoln was in the city on business
E'ias H Willi itns and Miss Minnio
E Kaneff were married at tho homo of
tho groom's brother, Frank L. Wil
liams, in Lincoln, Neb., March 20.
Rooms are being tilted up on tho
second 11 tor of tho new Ueruhard
building to be usod as a central ollico
by the Franklin Telephono Co.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, the invalid
wife of M. A. Jones, died at tboir home
at Hebron after a pr traded attack of
grip, Friday, March 17, 1005. Inter
mont was made in the Hebron ceme
A late letter from Robert Irvine of
Albany, Oregon, to W. T. Yapp brings
the sad intelligence that Mrs. Irvine
died of paralysis at that place on the
6th inst. Intermont was made in tho
From last week's Republican City
Ranger we learn that Joseph Backer,
father of our section foremon, Ira
ttuokes, died at his homo near that
place last Thursday evening. Funeral
sei vices were held Sunday.
The party leaving for Cody, Wyo.,
Tuesday consisted of W. S. Gale, wife
and two children; D II Rhodes, wife
and live ch Int. iij Al co Muck...,
wife ami li vt- cln dr. n; Mr. G.-mge A.
Phlppsnnd Mm; C P. P.wllng, J V,
Whim, IIiil'Ii Williams and Jnm.-
Beginning with April 9 h No M,
known as tho "midnight liver," will
stop at. this station. Ilfrotoforo this
train has only .stopped at divisions,
junctions ami county sent. Tho peo
ple of this ify appreciate tho favor at
hands of Burlington illl.dals whom wo
believe in the long run will I'm I that, it
will prove a prolituhltf oonoess.on.
in-" I st chtturdny tiighi ami lenomiuat-
d (! V Cross ami C 10. .M IIir for
village trustees ami M uiihy night, tho
"'lib Wooiiho people mmialii Eli
Brown ami Curt Castor
E liior Craiio received a tidigram
Tut .ilay announcing iln- -ni nf an
n v sister and left iIihi evtniiig for
S uinaw, Mich, coiisiqiiio tly tho
ml. take of this issue belong alone to
i he local editor whose Hist pioduetion
Deep sympathy of neighbor N ex
tended to I Iim sorrowing wife and six
children of Mr Fred L-iubor. Itseems
that, the family n sided formerly in
Illinois, latter in e stern Ncbm-aa and
for the past, threo wcokh in the
"Woody" neighborhood on Ilntiecc
(From the Advooite.)
I. E Montgomery is in Lincoln this
week on busipess.
Mr. and Mis. John Sehriiicr, of
Pleasant Green, Kansas, leftlast night
for Omaha, Neb.
Ed. L'ini. has employed, n new bar
b.ir, C J Clark of Oxford. Mr. Clark
is an excellent harbor.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gilnioro aro en
joying a visit from his niolhor, Mrs.
Andrew Gilmnto of Blue Hill.
A 8rics of revival meetings are in
progress at the Presbyterian church
this weok under tho supervision of Rev.
The post ofliro at Hildreth wns en
tered Monday night by robbers, the
safe blown open and some little money
Aftora ton days visit with friends
and relatives at Cambridge, Mrs. R W.
Montgomery returned last Wedne-diy
being accompanied by her niece, Miss
Dr. Ella P. Sumner reports tho ar
rival of a little girl at tho homo of Mr
and Mrs. Bert Livingood near Nuponoo
and a little boy at the W. II. Dunn
homo out at tho mill, last Monday.
Tho temperance people of tho town
(From tho Times.)
Mis Lelia Mosniaii, tho court
stenognipher, is spending ihis weok
with home folks.
Ilobbs & Wiggins made a 10,000 real
estato ileal nht Friday with some par
ties from Pawnee county.
Mirried at tho M. E arsonago on
last Monday morning 7:30 a. m. Mr.
O. V Muut ami Miss Laura V Stortuos.
Dee Bonecuttor, is building a now
addition to his homo that he recently
nought of Florence Snjdcr in tho east
part, of t iwn.
E W. Smith has been currying th
miil on route No. ft for a few days
Peter Upp commenced Wednesday und
will try his luck for a while.
Harry Roberts, who has heen on the
road for a faw weeks selling medallions
camo back homo Monday night.
Harry did not like tho huiiie woll
enough to star with it.
Last Friday night t, tho opera house
"Mr Bob" was played by tho high
school students in a very oreditabU
manner. On account of l ho rain the
atiendanco was rather light.
M-ssrs Geo. Corbiu and H. E. Collier
have purchased the Mrs. Nellie Hunt
singer property just, south of George
(Continued on Lust Pago.)
between a good and a poor baking
powder would not amount for a family's
supply to one dollar a year. The poor
powder would cause doctors' bills many
is the most economical in the end, be
cause it goes further in leavening and
insures perfect, wholesome food.
When ordering of the grocer always
call for Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pow
der by nam-, for good health and good
food. It makes the finest cake, pud
dings, flapjacks, biscuits and bread.
PfllOt MAKING POWDin CO.
NOTE. There arc many imitation
baking powders which are sold from five
cents to twenty-five cents a pound. They
, should be carefully avoided as they arc
made from alum and are unhealthful.
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