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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1905)
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THE RED GLOID CHIEF
$1 a Year
VOLUME XXXI I r.
RED CLOUD, .NEBRASKA, MAT 5, 11)05.
Tho Big Daylight Store
TTto 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
."00 pairs of Wolfo Bros.' Shoos, iu Children's und Boys'
Shoos. Wo do not intend to assort up on sizes on any lot
number that wo have in stock. Prh os heretofore, $1 to 82
per pair. As long as they last
I Newsy Notes from Neighboring Tomns j
5 GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES I
limit of tho l iw, ami ho was allowed to
jnurnoy on east yesterday morning.
All St. tO to t.SO Shoos,
All St.BO to 2.00 Shoos,
St. 25 pair
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,
All wool Ingrains,
Velvet Carpets, reduced f 1.10 to
Saxony Axmiustor Carpet,
9x12 feet reversible Jute,
were 812.50, now f 10.C0
9x12 feet reversible all
wool, were $25, now $17 00
9x12 Axminster, were J30,
100 yards all linen Table Dam
asks. Wo 'bought them to sell
at 81.25 per yard. They have not
sold up to our expectations.
Pure linen, heavy weight fabric,
bleached, while they last,
1 pattern mercerized linen flu
The new spring Vaists are on
sale. You are sure to find the
choicest styles here, and always
with a pricing that tho econ
omist welcomes. I
$1.25 to $6
(From tin- Sentinel.)
W ,J. Ciapp last week refused 111500
for 240 acres of lm.d eight miles ninth
oust of Franklin.
G V. Townsoml, wife and daughter
Miss Uraco, are getting ready to move
to Belle Foui'he, S. 1).
Mrs. Uod Seitton and three children
left Tuo day night for the Big Horn
basin, whore Hod 1ms prepared a homo
II. (J. LnnBach has purchased a lot
ofJas Conkling just north of his real
estate ollico and will soon begin tho
erection of a two-story brick on the
Tho citizens of Franklin are taking
veiy Kindly to tho mw fraternal hall
proposition. Half of tho amount
necessary for its completion is already
Tho academy seniors to tho mimbor
of sixteen had their pictures taken at
Hed Cloud last Frid.iy. Do they go to
lied Cloud when they want a donation?
Wo guess nit.
Mrs. Geo. Masor is quilo ill at her
home in this city. Miss Gretchen, who
has been working at Republican City,
resigned her position in the Ranger
ollice and came home Monday to cure
Irving, tho little son of Wm. Inglis
cut a deep gash in his forehead by fal
ling against a buggy wheel Inst Friday
night. Dr. Fees was callid and seveial
stitches were rt quired to diaw tho
D J. St. Claire of Omaha, a deputy
postoflico inspector, was in the city
Wednesday night He checked up the
Franklin ollico and found every thing
in ship-shape except for evidences of
list week's robbery.
Two men were arrested Sunday
morning near Upland, who were sus
pected of being the parties who robbed
tho Franklin postoflico the night of
April 21. The thieves got about 130
in cash at the postoflico and about 820
worth of merchannise from Chitwood's
spent Sunday at
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
Mrs. Bird Kyle is visiting her par
ents at Red Cloud this week.
Mrs. It C Cnovalior was a pusienger
for Campbell Tuesday evening.
J. W. MlCi)V is building au addition
to his house in tho south part of town.
Miss Delia Silonmn visited with her
mother, Mrs. O. B. Fish, lust Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Qutiin visited with
their daughter, Mrs. Iteiher, last Sun
Mr. LiPorto of Campbell was in
town Wednesday at the homo of It. O.
Mrs. Kyle went to Hastings Satur
day to visit her daughter, M s. Frank
Miss Emma Walker of Jiluo Hill js
visiting her plater, Mrs. Alva McCord,
south of town.
Miss Delia Norman is visiting at the
homo of ber mother, Mrs. Johnson,
southwest of here.
Mr. and Mrs. Itogois and Mr. and
lira. Georgo Denton visitud with Joe
Djnton last Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Wolf
tho homo of Mrs. Striker,
Miss Ruth Householder camo up
from Rosemont SundVy for a visit with
her parents over Sunlay.
Mr. and Mrs. A. w fllo from near
ifttinpouii, wore visiting inoir son
Frank at this place Ins-, Sunday.
John Baker drove D P. Kimmoll to
Red Cloud Monday, jphero tho latter
took the tiain for Rothsoil, Missouti.
A. McCord and D. l Davis returned
from St. Joe lust Tvliuisday, whero
they wont with stock tho first of tho
Mr. and Mis Chas.
Saturday for St. Pali
they go to visit a brother of Mr. Hal
lor, who is quite siok.
Floyd Williams is spiading tho week
in Campbell at the
Clark. Fred Andrews i
barber shop during bis
Mrs. George Newhou
drove to Red Cloud
Newhouse, who was
while visiting here, returned to his
hornet Red Cloud Wctnesday room
Mrs. H. H. Uoyd aid Mra. J. W.
Davis received the sad hows Saturday
of the death of the father. R. D.
Halier left last
mine of D. II.
is charge of bis
to and children
taken quite sick
(Continued on Ilist Pago.)
(From tho Times.)
.John Coolnv has purchased the
Charley Lull barber shop.
A baby Iny madn his appnaranco at
homo of Mr. and M-s. Cims. Sharp,
C. S Ruinbolt, atatn manager of Tho
Royal Highland! r-, is lure to organi.u
a cistle of tiur socio y.
C'uirlev Lull has purchased a barber
simp at Godland and wont, out Mon
day to take chargo of tho Mimo.
Al Brown, whoso ntimo will go down
in history as tho rounder of Brownvillo,
lias bought three lots in west Lebanon.
Ai t Carpenter shipped a car of cattle
and one of hogs to Kansas City last
week. Art wi ut along to keep them
11. N. Dunton bought, tho Bon Dun
ning fm m 2 miles southwest of Leba
non, Monday. Elmer Thompson will
faim the place this season.
Mrs. W. S. Adylott fell down a
couple of steps last Friday, whil- g dug
down stairs at her home. She is in a
very bail condition and conlined to
Wm. Edwaidi bought tho Chas.
Travelute farm south cast of Lebanon,
last week. Mr. Traveltito contem
plates going back to Marshall county
Cass Kimsey returned from Jennings
this morning, where he had accom
panied Ins mother on a trip for her
health Her husband will soon join
her and they will then Htait overland
in a wagon for pat Is in Colorado.
Itoscon Wocsnor of Salem, who ut
been attending school at Red Cloud for
tho past two jo-ir, camo down to Leb
anon last Fiiday, to pluy ball, ami
while here informed us that ho had &
position with the P.ml Sloroy Clothing
store at that place, li isooo is a bright
and energetic youi g man and wo pre
dict that li'J will miike a succissfut
(From tho Messenger )
J. D. Flaxbeard, who has beon sta.
lion agent at this place for seveial
years, has tendered his tesignalion fj
the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
railroad company, and lias accepted a
position in the First National bank.
Johnny McC aron was over from
Lebanon, Siturday, looking for a
couple of lifteen year old Lebanon boys
who had taken a notion to see a little
of the world without consont of ttuir
oarents. At last accounts tho boys
wore still at large.
Three years ago a Kansas City bank
offered a prl.o to the room whoso pu
pils mado the largest deposit during
the year. The money has beon won
for three consecutive years by the
room taught by Miss Florencu No-tl,
who was at one time principal of the
Gus Brenneman, who was connected
with the Pioneer of th s 2ity, and later
tho Oberlin 'Herald, from twenty to
iwinty-livo years ago, drew a $0000
prize the other day. He is a foreman
on the Bttrtlesvilie, Indian Territor),
paper and took a guess in some gift
enterprise last year as to tho total
number of paid adm!sions that would
enter the World's Fair.
A young man, Mark Dly, alias J.
Scott, came inio Smith Center Satur
day and W88 nippod by Sheriff Helfnn
stine and his deputies. A telegram
from the sheriff al Kearney, Nebraska,
indicated that he bad escaped from the
reformatory up there, stole a horse and
made aoutn. It was a full description
of the horse that caused the boy's de
tention Sheriff Helfonstine hold him
(From the Advountn.)
U A. Wiiitmaibh and family return
ed last Saturday night from the west
having, given up the show badness for
Mrs. V. S Douglas has gone to Medi
cine Bow, Wyoming, to J du hor hus
band, at which point tliey will make
their future homo.
Last Saturday while hunting wolvei
tlio oldest son of John Donafon was
shot by his brother iu an mi accidental
move. The bullet from a 22 target
rill i) penetrated tlio shoulder and wat
not located by the doctois. The boy it
A gentlemon from Republican City
mow into town yesterday looxing lor a
'game." We understand thai he found
it and lost, his pile. He also found
trouble in a Mimp with a business man
from Franklin in which the business
man received tho worst of it, for when
ho went home his face looked as if the
Japs and Russians had maneuvered
List week wo let a good local get
away from us. Uncle John Sawyer
had been far somo timo trying to ap
penr young again, but wo bad no idea,
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It is worth your while to inquire.
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