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THE RED GLOID CHIEF
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VOLUME XXXI IE.
RED CLOUD, XE15RASKA, MAY 20, 1)05.
The Big Daylight Store
The Big Daylight Store
Carpets and Curtains
You can savo almost ns much
as you pay during this sale.
Wo have taken ovory siiilo
pair laco curtains in stock and
marked them exactly half price.
?-).(K) Curtains, 'J 50 pair
81.50 Curtains, 75c pair
All single- Curtains ahnost like
giving them away. If you havo
ii single window that needs u
curtain, attend this sale
Single Curtain, $." per pair.
The Curtain costs you. . . .81.23
Single Curtain, $1 per pair.
The Curtain costs you .... 23e
All Wool Ingrains,
50, 60, 75c made
Axminster, go, $1,
$1.10, $1.25 made.
All Ingrains sowed on ma
chine. You can order 11 Carpet
and got it in one hour's time.
We sorgo all ends, making a per
All lit 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 curried in stock: White, Blue, Light Green, Medium
Green, Dark Green, Pea Green, Red, Cream, Yellow, Greys.
The sale on Wolfe New fabric Gloves are
Bros.' Shoes will con- here in great profusion,
tinue till the stock is ex- Colors: Tan, Blue, Black,
hausted. We will not fill Cream, White,
in sizes on the numbers
we have in stock. They Prices,
must all go.
81.10 to $1 50 per pair, Pfllf
Now SI. OO
81.C0 to 82.00 per pair,
now si. 23 60c Pair
fiEvI tw I" lh'B
The new Field Ro
tary Shuttle. Simple,
durable, noiseless, ef
fective. Two to three
times the capacity of
any vibrating shuttle
for work. Price,
Other grades $15,
$18, $20, $2250, $25,
I Nemsy Notes From Neighboring Toains 1
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
(From the Tinios.)
"ow an oidaiuid initiator nnd is quite
Kil Fulton secured a lease of the C.
H Land P lly. Co., to build an ice
homo on tlio right of way west of the
depot in this city.
Kugcur Kciu und Koss Tygurt, who
havo been attending college at l,ind.
botg for several months, returned
homo Kiiilay evening.
Clias. Gnoheo and wife, who havo
been hero for some divs vUiting at
Kuocli I'lioinpson's left for Grand
Junction, Colo , last Sunday.
U"aul..l.'y & Liutiinoi- laid a line
cement walk for Geo Attains last week
in tho north part of town. It is a 75
foot front with a 40 foot walk to the
l)rs. J. H. and II A Dykes performed
a very dillicult but successful operation
on the little eig'it-your old girl of John
Calloway last Monday for mastoid
Sam Peek left Monday evening for
Los Angeles, Cat , where ho will spend
tho summer. Mr. Peek is troubled
with asthma and thinks thu change ot
elimato will benelit him.
Win. Hurrctt of White Hock town
ship brought ten head of hogs to Leba
non Friday, that averaged H17 pounds,
for which ho received 5 cents per
pound. The hogs were eleven months
Last Sunday while Mrs. Iilankon
ship, her sou and daughter were on
their way to Art Lahore's the neckyoko
broke, tho team became frighteued and
ran away. Mrs. Ulankenship was
thrown out of tho buggy and her ankle
broken. Drs. John and Henry Dykes
were cilled and reduced the fracture;
the son and daughter escaped without
Mrs. M. K. Patterson expects to go to
Lincoln tomoirow and visit with
fiicuds and attend tho maniiige of
Scripps Knkhiiiln and Miss Florence
Clark, which occurs on tho 111 h.
Last Tin silny one f the members of
the Lincoln Commercial Club was left
at Franklin and Jus. Coukling brought
him up with his automobile in lime to
catch the tiain at this place.
Some lawless cuss last Tuesday night
dug up some brick from the sidewalk
in the court homo Hiiaro and threw
them at the county jiil in tho attempt
to bleak some window glass. It will
be uncomfortable for them should
Sheriff Wa.rilh catch than at it.
The Ktitisas and Nebraska Reunion
Association met at this place on tho
10 h and was called to order by F. N.
Uichiiidson. Tne matter of fixing tho
date of the annual reunion was post
poned for a month. The next encamp
ment wan voted to be held at Red
Cloud in April 1000.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. MolTett had a
narrow escape hist Sunday in going to
the uieek wi ore the baptizing was
done. A livery team from Naponee
became unmaniigablo and broke loose,
after throwing Mis. Polly out of the
bupgy and started on a run for home.
The horses parted when they came up
with tho hugg driven oy Mr. Mullet
and the i.ouk yoke crushed tho top ofT
his buggy throwing Mr. and Mrs. Mof
fell und son out into the anid.
(From tho Messenger )
Prof. T. H. Hooper has-been selected
by tho school board to till tho vacancy
caused by tho present incumbent going
Mrs. Josio Hilton, widow of tho late
William II. Hilton, of Logan township,
was before the Probate court yesterday
adjusting matters of tin estate Ho
died April 20, 11)05.
After 33 years of hard work helping
to build one of the most pleasant farm
homes up in the northeast part of this J eix-yoar-old sou.
connty, W. A. Miller will take a vaca
tion end visit bis boyhood home in
George W. Herriman, a pioneer well
known in Smith county, diei at his
home in Garfield township last Friday
afternoon.- Ho died oc his original
Smith county homestead and was uni
versally esteemed as a good citizen.
Joseph Eld) oil, of White H'ick town
ship, aged 70, was about his chores as
usual Tuesday morning, and died sud
denly of heart failure during tho day.
He whs a brolhei -in-law of 11. II. Stone
of this city, and had lived in White
Itock many years.
W. A. Miller of Cora came in Tues
day with i.n animal show t rjuiil to tho
bost that has ever paraded theso
streets. Ho had tho day before dug an
old wolf and twelve babv wolves. Ho
was forced to kill tho mother wolf to
capture her, and tho little ones were
huddling around the careas in a wagon
box. Tho bounty is $1 per head.
(From the Sentinel.)
John and Miss Daisy Skcels of Re
publican City visited Miss Gretchen
Mttser bore Sunday.
Geo. W. Wilmot tils week refused
(32,000 for a section of laud in this
county near Hildrelh.
Mrs. Ida McCorry of Kansas City ar
rived Wednesday for a visit at the
homo ot her mother, Mr. S. P. Mooro
J. A. Kelso informs us that his son,
"Doc," who wtiH a soldier in tho Philll
pines, has successfully passed his
second grade in the medical corps.
Carson GerrcliB of the prairie lost a
81000 barn and vehicles, implements J
etc., valued at almost it 8 much by tire,
Tuesday, set in tho hay mow by his
a few days at tho homo of A. M. Gar
rett. They will outfit at Sheridan for
a Miniinor's outing at the mountain!
and in the National park.
Fred Grttl and Miss Ithoda Mason,
were married in this city May 10th.
They departed the day following for
Cody, Wyo., near which place Mr. Gail
has a homestead.
Our High School has been in higk
glory the past week. Kight of our
bright youths havo graduated, thus si
far as tho high school course Is con
cerned havo bid adieu and ontore4
life h stern duties.
(From the Kxoross.)
The Henningsou ProdnoiCo shipped
a car of eggs to llutte, TinAday.
(Jeorgo Henderson was married last.
week at ludiauola, Neb , to Miss Katie
F. M. Sweet is improving tho looks
of his residence by tho addition of a.
tine large porch.
Hurley King went down to Hardy
Monday to get things in readiness In
open his cigar factory.
Some excellent cement walks ar
being laid by owners of residence prop
ertieo in Superior now.
A. K. Hunter Iimh a splendid sidewalk'
of cement in front of his property at
second street and Kansas avenue.
It is reported that Hariy Green has
come into possession of some very rick
oil lands in Pennsylvania, by inheri
tance. About $250 ha9 boon raised and
turned over to A. C. Felt with whick!
to organize, equip' and conduct a ball
team in Superior.
It. W. Hunter nnd wifo are occupy
ing tho old homo on the hill during td
absence of his father und mother, wh
are in California.
Tho Dixie Amuscmont Co., ot Chi
cago, a high class entertainment organ
ization, will exhibit in tho street o
Superior June 0 to 10 inclusive.
A dozon or more of the baud musi
cians of tho city met at tho opera
houso Monday night and after talkiac
tho matter over and playing sobm
familiar pieces, organized.
S. B. Duncan left Tuesday for Blwt
Hill, where ho will open up the Ken
dall drug branch. Mr. Duncan is one
of the liucst young men that evor came
BASE BAII TO-DAY.
(From the Advocate.)
A R Bailey is contemplating instal
ling an engino in his blacksmith shop
with which to do his heavy work.
Miss Daisy Sumner arrived last
Monday night from Boston, Mass., and
is visiting at tho home of her uncle, Dr.
J. 1). Sumner.
Nelson Gardt.or arrived home Sun
day and is now visiting his relatives
and fri.tids of this vicinity. Ho is
Tho Franklin and Red Cloud boss
bull teams will play this afternoon ut
tho grounds in tho southwest part of
A happy party c ndsting of "Dad" town Seats have been provided and
15 cents admission will bo charged.
Whitney, I). W. Baker and wife and
Jas. Grout and two daughters, left
Monday evening for Sheridan, Wyo.,
via Brush, Colo,, where they will visit
Both teams have been playing fast
bull nnd a good game is anticipated.
There is a quality in Royal
Baking Powder which makes
the food more digestible and
wholesome. This peculiarity
of Royal has been noted by
physicians, and they accord
ingly endorse and recor -mend
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
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