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VOLUME XXXII L
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MAY 12, 1905.
Tho Big Daylight Store
Tho Big Daylight Store
Carpets and Curtains
You can save almost as much
as you pay during this sale.
Wo havo taken every siuglo
pair lace curtains in stock and
marked them exactly half price.
85.00 Curtains, 12 50 pair
81.50 Curtains, 75c pair
All siuglo Curtains almost like
giving them away. If you have
a siuglo window that needs n
curttmi, attend this sale.
Singlo Curtain, $5 per poir.
The Curtain costs you. . . .$1.25
Singlo Curtain, $1 per pair.
The Curtain costs you ... . 25c
All Wool Ingrains,
50, 60, 75c made
Axtninster, 90, $1,
$1.10, $1.25 made
All Ingrains "sowed on ma
chine. You can order a Carpet
aud got it in one hour's time.
Wo serge all ends, making a per
All fit and work guaranteed.
No charge for waste.
Sewing Chair, solid oak,
cane seat, each $1 .35
6 ft. hard-wood Table 6.50
3-spindle Kitchen Chair,
Solid oak Cobbler seat
rocker, like cut, each .... 2.00
A splendid cloth Shade, mounted on best Harts
horn rollers. Strictly firsts in quality.
6 ft., no fringe, cut to fit 30c each
7 ft., 3& inch fringe 50c each
Colors carried in stock: White, Blue, Light Green, Medium
Green, Dark Green, Pea Green, Red, Cream, Yellow, Greys.
The sale on Wolfe
Bros.' Shoes will con
tinue till the stock is ex
hausted. We will not fill
in sizes on the numbers
we have in stock. They
must all go.
fl.10 to tl 50 per pair,
$1.60 to $2.00 per pair,
New fabric Gloves are
here in great profusion.
Colors: Tan, Blue, Black,
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The new Field Ro
tary Shuttle. Simple,
durable, noisejess, ef
fective. Two to three
times the capacity of
any vibrating shuttle
for work. Price,
Other grades $15,
$18, $20, $22 50, $25,
j f(1Mrlh tHp o t(o isln
-4 . ( .since ho has boon in the service. Li
1 memsy pies from Neighboring Tomns I
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
(From the Advooito.)
U. T. Stownrr, besides intending to
tlie duties of ehief-of-polico, hab sown
Ids little farm to Esjypiiin millet seed.
O. E. Mtiffot is building a houso onst
of his own residence that when com
pleted will be occupied by Dr. C V.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Koso, of Bivorton,
were in town last Tuesday to witness
the nmrringo of their daughter to Mr.
J. C. Hunt is packing his household
goods and stock of jewelry and will
this week move to Superior where he
will make his future humo.
E. M. Mi'Kimmey, who was arrested
last week fi-r statutory rape, has com
promised the case by marrying the
young lady, Miss Rose of Uivorton.
W. H. Austin, who presides over
the post (lice at Franklin, was in town
Monday to attdnd the examination of
the men charged with the burglary of
the post oflice down there recently.
I E. Montgomery was down to Lin
coln last Saturday. He was accom
panied homo by bis wife, who bus been
absent some months visiting with
friends in the south and other points.
A. A. Hadden, tho booby editor of
the Franklin Free Pres", was this week
elected as one of tho delegates from
this district to the bead camp conven
tion of the M. W. A. that meets in Mil
waukee in June.
Win, Dunn bad occasion last night
at a late hour to go to bis btore and as
he heat d a noise on the inside he con
cluded that some one was tiding to
rob it. Several people were summoned
and after arming themselves and
guarding the front and back entranco
this part one story and a half high
milking a room up stairs.
D. E. Cole and Miss Albortina B-ick
were married Tuesday at Heomer, Neb
Charlie Adams, tho genial clerk at
Derge's sports the linost rig in Lebanon
Dr. H. A. Dykes is having a cement
sidewalk put down in front of his prop
erty on north main street.
John Mays returned Thursday even
ing from Kansas City, whore ho has
been attending dental college.
C. T. Hendrickson . and Uiley
Buchanan with their families started
Tuesday to drivo to C dorado. Tlioy
will spend the Mimmor camping iu the
las. Newell on last Saturday sold his
now house to Enooh Thompson. Wo
did not learn the consideration. Mr.
Thompson will not occupy the houso
until this fall.
Mrs. H. W. McCauloy and her
daughter Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Lowery and children of the Salem vi
cinity will start in a short time for
Colorado, where they will spend the
Our Lebanon mill was shut down
Monday for the reason that the com
pany are wido awake business men
and believe in making improvements.
They put in a now tank and made
ly bo has been at Ft. Thomas, Ky.
Dr. Hrowi, who used to conduct .
sauitatiiiii) here, miu in Superior the
fore pnrt of the week visiting the
Viititrain family. Ho is now very
sorely nlllictud with cancer of tho fnco
and is in a precarious condition. In
company with bis wife, he left for
Edgar Wednesday morning.
(From tho Review.)
W. S. Durnell has purchased tho
restaurant of Mike Murphy.
On May 8rd at 2 o'clock p. m. Mr.
and Mrs. L. T. Martin gavo to Perry
Bennett their only daughter Josio in
W. H. Uujlo of Boatrlco, shipped
two cars of cattlo horo Monday and
drove them to his pastruo northwest of
Billy Campbell wont east Wedncsdav
to meet the ono that ho had been look
ing for. Ho has not been soon in these
Tho youngost son of Frank Burnet
fell fiom a swing Tut-alay morning
and fractured his left arm. He was
brought to town whore Dr. Townsend
attended to him.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crillny drove
over from Campbell Monday. Mr,
Crilley brought 120 head of cattle here.
He sold 80 head to D. M. DoMilt and
placid the remainder in patture. .
Mr. Dunn opened the door and a little' Friday evening
dog ran out.
(From the Journal.)
Earl Graham was down from Edgtr
over Sunday. It is about time for
wedding tolls to ring; not so, Miss
The debate at the
(From the Sentinel.)
Just as we go to press we learn that
L. R. Borland has sold bis lively stock
to Frank Abbott of Superior.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mclntyre of
Rutland, Vermont, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Conkling.
J. B. Staten ha9 bought the Godsey
livery barn and three tuts which is an
item that gives us more than passing
pleasure to note.
D. G. Ruby was in the city last night
and informed us that he expected to
leave for Europe about the 20tb. He is
going to buy a car load of Percberon
The alleged Franklin posttfllce rob
bers were ariaigned Monday on the
charge of burglary as sworn out by
J. W. Cbitwood and bound over to the
district court under 9500 bonds.
P. L. Sturdevant and H. G. LauBacb
are figuring on erecting a double store
building 48x80 feet over which they
will tit up an opera house or town ball
providing the citizens want it bad
enough to raise a one thousand dollar
S. fl. P. Douglas and family will
leave Monday night. for Geriug in the
west part of tho state where they will
visit a short 'time with the family of
Mis. Douglas' brother, V. E. Meader,
at which place they will outfit for a
summer's outing in the mountains of
After a long and active life ol nearly
eighty years Grandma Austin went to
ber reward early Tuesday morning at
the home of ber step-son, Edward A us
tin, in the northwest part of this eity.
Funeral services were conducted at
the home by Rev. T. O. Douglas at 2
p. m. Wednesday.
(From the Times.)
Collier & Corbin will extend their
building back sixteen feet and make
opera room last
Edgar and Nelson high school resulted
n a victory for Nelson.
At the meeting of the musicians of
our town last Saturday evening a band
was organized. Musio and instruments
have been ordered. The first meeting
will be hold next week.
(From the Express )
The schools marched to the park
and took part in thn exercises of laying
the foundation stone of the Soldier'
and Sailors' Monument, last Thursday
Mrs. J. F. Nelson, neo Jessie Guth
rie died shortly after noon today.
This in a great shock to her many
friends and a most distressing blow to
Lieut. Bert MoConnell, son of B. J
F. McConnell and wife of this city, has
sailed for the Phillipinns ivUh Com
pany A of the Ninth Regiment. This
Cure ftr Alfalfa Heat.
John Urshel, a farmer in Phillips
county, has made a discovery that will
be worth thousands of dollurH to the
farmers every where. Cattle frequent
ly become bloated and dio from eatiug
damp alfalfa; also from eating second
growth of cane. Urshel had sosa
sheep bloat up ono tlmo and be hauled
them from tho pasture to the barn Ik.
fording a stream one sheep jumped
out into tho water. That sheep lived.
All the rest died. A few days ago
Urshel had some cattlo bloat on alf
alfa. He remembered the sheep inci
dent and doused all of the cattle but
one. Those which he doused recover
ed. The one whloh he didn't douse
died. The water cure for bloated cat
tle is a groat discovery, aud one that
will be worth romemberingby farmers.
Are Ym Uttai Allea's Ret-Eate?
Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder. It cures Corns, Bun
ions, Painful, Smnrting, Hot, Swollen
feet. At all druggists and shoe stores,
That Settle's It.
When a Colorado sand stone walk is
laid that settles it. See Ovi ring Bros
& Co. for prices.
WERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR
IT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH
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