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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1905)
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The Big Daylight Store
Sturdy, dependable Shoes, which will stand all
the hard knocks they are bound to get. Easy fitting,
comfortable and lower priced here than you have
500 pairs of Wolfo Bros.' Shoos, in Children's and Boys'
Shoos. Wo do not intend to assort up on sizes on any lot
numbor that wo have in stock. Prices heretofore, $1 to 82
per pair. As long as they last
All St. to to t.SO Shoes,
All St.SO to 2.00 Shoes,
Only standard grades
of Carpets involved. We
handle no other kind. In
that is assurance that at
tractive PRICES have
not been made attractive
by sacrificing quality.
Extra Super all wool Ingrains,
C C. Ingrains,
AH wool Ingrains,
Velvet Carpets, reduced $1.10 to
Saxony Axminster Carpet,
Dxll feet roverbible Jute,
were $12.50, now $10.00
0x12 feet reversiblo all
wool, were $25, now 817 00
9x12 Axminster, woro MO,
Interesting Items Gnthered
by Our County R-eporters
Mrs. Jacob Moore is reported on tho
sick list this week.
Miss Nollio Williams is visiting in
Campbell this week.
Mrs. Kyle visited in town Sunday at
the home of her son, Biid Kyle.
Mr. Johnson is building a now barn
en his lot in the south part of town.
R. C Chovalior.and wife of Campbell
moved into their residence tho tirst of
Rob Boyd and Fred Andrews went
down to Red Cloud Thursday return
Miss Nellie Rumbnngh and Miss
Pearl McCallum visited homo folks
Henry C iiirtnor left Monday for
Illinois, where he will visit his father,
who is quite sick.
Miss Ruth Householder came up
from her school at Rosemont to spend
Sunday with home folks.
L. E. Waruer ami wife and Mr.
Knapp und daughter spont list Sunday
The Big Daylight Store
SI. 25 pair
100 yards all linen Tablo Dam
asks. Wo bought them to boll
at $1.25 per yard They have not
sold up to our expectations.
Pure linen, heavy weight fabric,
bleached, while they last,
1 pattern mercerized linen fin
The uew spring Waists nro on
sale. You are sure to find the
choicest styles hero, and always
with a pricing that the econ
$1.25 to $6
at the homo of Mrs. Arnold, on Elm
Miss Lena Sailor left. Monday for
South Dakotn, whom sho will spend
tho summer with her sister, Mrs. Miy
James McBrido of Cowlos visited in
town Sunday. Ho was accompanied
homo by his wife, who hud been visit
ing her parents hero tho past week.
J. V. Smith was visiting his pirents
Leigh Pope wns visiting with Charles
Ailes last Sunday.
Mrs. Louisa Ailes is giving her house
a new coat of paint.
William Kent is seriously ill witli
pneumonia at this writing.
B. T. Reed and familv wero visiting
with N. L. D. Smith tart Sunday.
Frank Ailes and fnmily woro visiting
with N. L. D. Smith last Sunday.
George Simpson has his now house
nearly Uni-died. He is now plastering
Tho East Garfield Telephone Co.,
wero working on their lino last Tuos
day. Mm. Mefford was called to Iowa the
first of the week by the death of her
Mr. Lippincott returned last week
(Contiuued on Last Page.)
fleuisy lotes prom
(Kr mi tlu Sentinel.)
Tm Ni'biaska lobby adj Mimed Inst
Siitmday ahum midnight,
F J Austin bus the funndiition laid
and the ft nine work tip for one of the
ni'tst el gum residences in the city.
Dr A B. Hat din, formerly of this
place, writes ns from Monterey, Tenn.,
Hint chey Imvo sold their properly and
business ami will soon return to Ne
braska F C Fails and family of Cameron,
M ., liuve been in the the city all week
mul if anything suitable can be bought
near hoie Mr Fail will buy a farm
Perry Hildioth was down from
B oomingtonyestorday in company with
I K. Montgomery, who lias 'puit mou
of the week lieie supi r ntending the
Mr. Mini Mrs. P. W. Barber expect to
leave soon for a sevoinl weeks sojourn
at Hot Springs, Arkansas. It is hoped
that their health will be beneliited by
the change of climate and mineral
Shorift" Adams of Black River Falls,
Wisci usiu, ariived al Dloomiugtoii
laH week and loft Friday night for
home in company with Ben Shcllleld,
charged with incest. Sheriff Waltaih
accompanied them to Omaha.
Grandma Jacob Carponter died of
paralysis at her home e ist of Franklin
veslerdHy after an illness of ten days.
Funeral services were conducted this
afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. A. A.
King in the M. E. church and inter
ment in the Franklin cemetery. The
obituary will appear next week.
Twins twice and triplets once in
three years is n record of which few
communities can boast and especially
wiien the ftuther fact is considered
that the progeny oil live. Indies
should not hold their breath longer
than it takes us to remind them that it
is a four-year-old bovine of the femi
nine gender which has given the
advocate of race suicide such a rtute
set back. Sho is owned by A. B. Seott
and increased his herd by three the
fore part if the week.
(From tho Times.)
E. C. Rath has sold his jowolry stock
and tools to Mr. Grtssell.
E H Rtlston und family loft Tues
day for Indiana, where thoy will make
their future homo.
Dr. J. B. Dykes was taken sick last
Friday with pneumonia fever. Ho was
considerably worse yesterday.
James Blake, a son of Mrs. Geo. Hill,
has been very Hick at her homo the
past week on account of an abscess.
D. E. Pulton this week started three
carpenters to work on a tine residence.
It will be for rent, so wo aro infoimed
Tuesday an eleven pound boy undo
his appearance at the home of Mr and
M's Luther Burgess and applied for
Misses Dnllio Barcus and Mabel
Nixon loft last Friday morning for
Emporia, whero they will attend the
State Not mat this y.iar.
Mrs. J, M. Allen and her sisters,
Mrs. Barnes of Hot Springs, S. D., and
Mrs. Williams of Breekenridgo, Colo.,
vinited relatives hero Sunday.
W. E. Kimsey and tvifo stalled Mon
day morning for Excelsior Springs,
whero thoy will stav for a while in the
hopes benefitting Mrs. Kimsey, who is
troubled with asthma.
Sam Waddle hts five acres of alfalfa,
the seed on which mado him $15 per
aero. Ho also got two crops of hay off
from this tract. Talk about Smith
county land at $50 per aero being val
ued too high.
W. H. Stevens, who roturned from
Idaho last November to fottln so tin
real estate interests in this county, left
Neighboring Tomns I
Monday for U no Hill, where he will
visit for a few days, and thin he will
K to Alheita, Canada, whuio lie will
reside in the f tit mo
(From tho Advoouo.)
Another little cirl came to stay with
R J Bfiitley family last Sunday.
A little son and d tughter ariived at
the James Murphy homo one day this
The ai i ival of a new daughter at tho
Fjank Hoi eland home last Monday is
Alvn, one ff Dr Milick'.s boys, last
week attempted to carry out the injunc-i
Hon of Horace Greeley ''Go west young
man," and got as far as Alma on his
way to Portland, Otegon.
Mi-s Florence Clark, who has been
hello girl at "central" for Home time
expects to leave for her homo in Lin
o ln next week. Her place i be tilled
by Minn Daisie Montgomery.
Tho littlti two-yoar old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Stratton died last
M nday at Almenn, K-mto, and was
In ought buck to Bloomingtou, where
tho funeral took place Thursday.
We understand that a young lady of
11 summers of Naponeo tired of homo
life recently and attempted to run
awny, in fact got as far as Franklin
and when asked to return homo re
fused all overture until a dress at a
stipulated prico per yard was forth
coming. SMITH CENTER.
(From tho Messenger.)
Roy Bedford arrived from his homo
in Wyoming Thursday in time to
attend his sister, Mrs. E. S. Bargor's
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makes home baking easy. Nothing
can be substituted for ft in making,
quickly and perfectly, delicate hot
biscuit, hot-breads, muffins, cake and
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funeral. Ho will visit with his parents
near Tyncr for a short time beforo
Death suddenly claimed another
pioininent lady of this city a S.-.'lO
p. m., April B, l!)(ir Mi-s Kalo Molli
son, a sister of John and James Molli
son, died at her lioni'i in this city at
that hour, aged (III years, from a sud
den attack of appendicitis.
Carl Burr, the 13-yoar old son of Mr.
anil IVrs. Charles Burr, had a surgical
operation for appendicitis on Satur
day, March 18th, at the home in this
city. He was able to bo out yesterday
and is gotticg well. Dr. D. W. Relihati
was assisted by Dr. Outling of Wichita.
R. R. Manchester of Bluiuo was over
Sut ui day. RuftiH is one of those old
fashioned kind of Ik mestr aders that
never got off his homtntead reservntlon
from the time ho lit on it, April 11, 1873,
to date. Ills was iiIho tho iiiHt home
Htead entry made in Blaine township,
which may also bo a mnt'iir of news to
some good people over that way. Wo
know it was to us.
(Fiom tint Review.)
Charley ftcl-iun went to Retl Cloud
Bert Harwoml and Miss Post woro
Red Cloud visitors. Sunday.
AtthurRoou leiurnod from Kansas
City Tuesday, where he had been with
Mrs. A. A. Underwood and horsister,
MissOllio Moirow, departed Tuesday
for Cody, Wyoming.
E Fit, has tho contract for tho
erection of Dan Leonard s house. Ho
arrived hero Monday night.
Clias. Boyco from Hiawatha, Kansas,
a cousin of Ben Boyco, arrived hero
Friday eight. Ho intends to locate
A copy of the Grogory Advocate, of
Gregory, South Dakota, shows that
town booming. This is whero Dr.
(Continued on Last Pago.)
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