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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1905)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
$1 a Year
VOLUME XXXII E.
RED CLOUD, NEMiASKA, J UTs 13 2, 1005.
The Big Daylight Store
The Big Daylight Store
lieuisy Jiotes prom JieighboFing Tomns I
JUNE GLEASIGNG SALE
of Ladies', Misses' and
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Children's Shoes V V
In filling in sizes in our stock of Ladies' Shoes,
we find that we have about 7 styles shoes, or 50 pair,
that we do not exnect to carrv atrain. havinir nur-
chased other patterns in their place. These patterns
are all Green-Wheeler Shoes and price will apply
only to the goods marked in BLUE PENCIL.
The styles as attractive as the latest.
Light and heavy sole turn, Goodyear welt, pat
ent kid turn, patent kid welts.
S3. OO Shoes, June Clearing Undcrprlcc $2. OO
S2.50 Shoes, June Clearing Undcrprlcc $2. GO
The splendid values in Wolfe Bros.' medium
priced Shoes, to close, are being eagerly taken.
Assostments are being rapidly broken.
All $1.10 to $1.50 Shoes, $1.00 pair.
All $1.65 to $2.00 Shoes, $1.25 pair.
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES I
south east of Lebanon u few iiioiiiIh
ago uitli tlid intention of going I iu-k lo
Marshall county, decided after visiting
his nine county, that Smith county
suited linn lictlci, so he putcluiscd one
of Hi 11 Tlw uipson's ft.nu-, Tuoday,
paying $11501) tor same.
i-M.N ,1 it. niui 11. a. ijyuc.s were
1 nlliil to Hcllt villn Sunday night, to
pcif utn mi operation on their cousin,
Tolhcit Shipley. When tliey ariivod
they louml U ut an operation would
not benefit linn as lie was too near mine.
Hiidiid Monday afternoon ahout two
o'clock. Toll.eit Was the son of Dr.
Tolb,;rt Shipley hn did at Salem
scveial years ago
Tho Elsmero double finger tip
ped Silk Glove, a grout favorite.
Another largo assortment just
received by express
Colors, white, black, blue, pon
gee, brown, tau and grey.
Other grades at 15, 20, 25, 35c.
A largo Hardwood Dining Tn
blo; 12 inch square top extendr
to 10 feet, 5 inch log. June
Solid Oak Diner, cuno seat
Juno price, $5. SO.
Sot of six.
A guaranteed machine, onk
case, coniploto set of attach
ments, box head. Juno special,
9x12 feet all wool Smyrna, re
versible. 2 patterns, 1 greeu, 1
rod, worth 325.
June special undorprice, $14.98
9x12 feet Jute reversible, 2
patterns, 1 green, 1 rod, value
June special undorprice, 9.25
New Line of Premium Dishes.
"The Big Daylight Store."
Real Estate Iransfcrs.
Transfers for week ending Wednos-
day, Juno 21 furnished by J. H. Bailey
of Webster County Abstract company
. Sarah A Bailey to M R Bontloy
swl 22-1-10 qcd $ 1
M R Bontloy and wife to N B
Wagoner sw4 22-1-10 vd ft50
Catharino A Flint to ot al to
Noj zchlob uel 12 1-9 wd 5000
Lawronco Farroll to E J Kolly
sw4 7-2-12 wd 20
Jamos W Reod and wife to Win
J Rood e2 so 1 22 2 9 qcd 400
Win G Kopisch to Thomas W
McCluro lot 33 block 11 Blue
Hill wd CO
Hannah Currant to Win S Bakor
lot 4 block 11 Bluo Hill wd .... 15
Annio M Whitton to Chas
Schubkeall lots 5 and G block
0 Uohror add to Bluo Hill wd 050
Edward S Hodgson and wifo to
John W Gravus all seo 20-20
Elizabeth Bosso to R S Baker
lot 1 to 4 block 0 R R add to
Bluo Hill wd 0000
. J A MoArthtir, sheriff, to Edwin
s- E Burr, lots 1 to 5 block 0 Kal-
ov and Jackson add to Bluo
Francis Boitlor and wifo to W B
Saunders n2 lots 20 to 21 block
2GRod Cloud 3500
c"ll Sohlossor to Thomas M
Warnock sw4 20-2-10 wd 3300
Fred M Sleeper et al to Thomas
M Wark net 30-2-10 wd 3000
Mary C Hummoll and husband
to II II Holdrego part ne4 w4
of swl 30 2-12 wd 25
II II Holdrego and wifo to D J
Myers same wd 35
Lostor Cone and wifo to J II Mc
Crary ad in part,s2 sw4 3-1 9 wd 1
C A Kehlor and wifo to J M
Lockhart lots 1 to G block 13
and lot 7 block 11 Bladen nnd
sol 3-4-12 wd 1
James M Lockhart to Chas F
Kehlor'samo wd 1
k Guaranteed Cure Fr Piles.
Itching, blind, bleeding or protrud
ing Piles. Druggists refund money if
Puzo Ointment fails to euro Any case,
no matter of how long standing, in G to
14 days. First application gives east
and rest. 50c. If your druggist hasn't
it send 50o in stamps, and it will be for
warded post-paid by Paris Modicino Co.
St. Louis, Mo.
Omaha Buslnsss Men Coming
The Omaha Commercial club will
soon mako a tour of tho southern part
of tho stato. Tho club will arrive in
Rod Cloud Wednesday evening, July
14, and spend tho night hero. Thurs
day they will go east, then double
back, passing through Rod Cloud
again that oveuing.
(From the Exnross )
Geo. Brown has been again unani
mously chosen by the Nebraska State
Fiuoial Diicctor.s Assocation as its
Charley Coppock went to Lincoln
Wo'liiesday to the t oinim nceinent ex
I'M'ises of the University. His s stcr,
M ss Grace, graduates this jcar.
Mrs. Mae l)u Mello and brother, Will
Ester, have signed with the Di.x.e Car
nival Co , and will join them soon.
They will do slack wire and trapeze
Missus Carrie and Maude Beach left
Wednesday noon for Springfield, Hi.,
to make their future homo. Their fa
ther has had a nice cottage built there,
and they will keep house for hi.n.
Mrs. Abo Rowley had the misfortuno
to stumble over a piece of gas pipe in
the yard at their homo south of Super
ior, Tuesday, causing her to fall, and a
fractured wrist is the result.
Mrs Volbohr went to Omaha Sat
urday, where she will accept a position
as stenographer and typewriter in tho
New York Life Building instead of
teaching in Villisca, as she intended.
The now city hall is about ready for
occupancy, and tho city oll'iecrs will
move in as soon as the paint is dry.
Tho lire bill was put in tho lowur yes
terday, and a Hag staff will be placed
on tho cupola.
Tho advertising grafter who wotked
this town for ads for a directory and
time table about throe weeks ago,
worked Red Cloud last week. He
caught pixtecn there and only ten hero.
The next grafter will bo shy tho ten we
retor bchleiger has neon coming up
town of late in his now invalid chair.
Peter's nviny friends aro glad to see
him about again and have him visit
with them. Ho is ono of the most pa
tient and cheerful of invalids.
Billio Bliven caught a five pound cit
fish Tuesday in Mr. Hun tin's pasture.
Next riso in tho river we aro going to
mini; snmo larnit topes and see if wo
can't lasso some of tho big ones and
pick them out for use whenever wo
E S. Jones and hrothor, W. R Jones
with their wives were down to Harry
Lile'8 placo near Webber, Wednesday,
Mr. Lilo has two whistling wells on his
placo, and W R. Jones, who is from
l;o oil and gas regions of Missouri,
says tho whistling is caused by a flow
Porfoct In qunltty.
Hlodorato In prlco.
hat means success.
Wediiesdav fiom D.citur, III , where ho
has lieeii f r I lie past two yoais in
employ of a transfer company.
(From the Times.)
Jake Waddlo was very badly poisoned
the til st of the week and had lo call n
doctor in Wednesday.
Mrs. Will Kitusey returned from
Falcon, Colo., Monday. She w
accompanied homo by Mrs. Lostor
B tbcock of that citv.
Mrs. W. S Aydolott wontto Mnnkato
yesterday morning to begin taking
treatment at the Abraham sanitarium.
Stella Wright camo up from Emporia
whore sho has been attending school,
to seo her baother .Lafo, but lo was
dead and buried before her arrival
Uncle Sammy Hall's dog returned
homo Tuesday evening after a six
weeks' visit with relatives in tho conn
try or soino town. Uncle Sammy folt
so good over his return that ho immed
iately purchased a dime's worth of lice
Misses Lorn Weesner and Botnict
Potter wero shopping in Lebanon
Tuesday, and whilo in town did not
forget to call on the Times people.
Miss Potter lives in Red Cloud and she
ahd her sister Miss Florence, aro visit
ing at Weesner farm north of Stlem.
C. L Traveluto, who Hold his farm
(From the Advocate.)
i ne local teiepnoiii) Hue is being ex
tended horn Riveitoti to Franklin.
J. 11 Boswell on the 15 gr.nl
uauel fit in Niuthwesteiii Medical Col
lege at Chicago.
'lie fust pei son to a buy ticket at
this place for the Poitland Exposition
was Mr G. W. Dennis of Summer,
A severe hail storm passed thiough
the central part of (he county liiit Fri
day light doing ci nsiderable damage
to gtowirg crops.
During the high wind one night re
cently the engine house at Blooming
ton pumping station was blown away.
No di mage was done to the plant.
Two of our citizens one day thi
week settled their dispute according to
pugilistic rules. Neither party was
hurt much, but tiny probably both fool
In April a gentltman at Wilcox
bought the Tom Mullaly taiich of 1720
aeios foi $31,500 and last week he sold
1,500 acres, or all but one quai tor of it,
for $40 per acre, making a net piolit to
him of $30,900. Not a bad investment
for so short a time.
(From the Citizen )
M. Kinney and wife, after several
mouths of residence in Cleveland Okl.,
returned hero again last Friday
Mrs. Davo OConners arrived on tho
evening train yedterday from St Louip,
where she had been to get her little
girl, who has been in a hospital in that
Mrs . Wm. Burden departed yesterday
morning for Cleveland. Okla., from
which place sho goes to the hot springs
in Indian Territory in search of a cure
Jos. Cory hns a curiosity or a freak,
as you may teim it, in his orchard in a
pear tree which already has an, abund
ance of pears f good size but refuses
to stop at this and each day produces
Claud Gicene is carrying ono arm in
n sling by reason of a sprained wrist.
Claud was exorcising feline abilities
when ovorbalar ocd and his front feet
worn not enable to catch a limb to stay
his llight which lestilled as above staled
(From the Sentinel.)
Miss Ruby White is giving us spl oil
did set vice as "hello" girl for the local
Chas. Godsey of Alma and Miss Elti
Schegg of Blooniington visited in ihia
city last Sunday.
Mrs. Win. Bernhard returned Sunday
ev niug fiom Kansas City, wheto sho
nad heeii takii g tun tmeiit in a hospital
lor the past eight weeks.
A A. Peak is oi'joying a visit from
hi- uncle t lid aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. M,
Holmes ol near Topi ka, Kan , and hid
sister, Mis. Geo. Latin ol Cowlrs.
AichitectC. W. Way was down to
Guide Rock yesterday to deliver tho
plans for the g7,000 opera house which
will be built at that place this summer.
A pretty wedding wa s solemnize!
at Cm lis, Frontier county, last evening
at 8 o'clock, when Rev. Gardiner sum
the words which made Mr. A. C Dill
of this cily and Miss Gussio Rielg
way of that place husband and wife.
(From the Review.)
D. W. Pomroy caught a a x and one
half pound catfish Monday night in the
Nate Gliek caived his shin with a
pruning hook Tuesday while trimming
Phil Z-dglor wns called to Rook Island
III , Saturday night by the death of his
sister at his old home in that city.
John Meade's horse broke loose Tues
day alten noon and ran south to the
Catholic church, badly breaking the
buggy and harness.
Riverlon will not celebrate the
Fourth of July but sho is going to havo
n street fair July 2(1, 20, and 27. h.
The whole town is united iu this and
State Fair News.
At a meeting of the board of man
agers on Juno 10th, President Mellor
notified the board that ho bad ap
pointed S. C. Bassott secretary, to fill
the vacancy occaisoned by the death
of Hon. Robert W. Furnas, also that
W.C. Caloy of Creighton,Knox county,
had been appointed a member of the
state board to till the vacancy.
Contracts havo been signed for exhi
bition i aces during the fair with tho
owner of tho Guidtlcth Wonder,
Cute," a horse that without a driver
trots against time and has a record of
2:01?.i on a mile track and 2.09 on a half
mile track; also tho trotting steer,
"San Antonio Pete." This bteer has a
half mile- record of 2:520.
Tho fish exhibit by the Stato Fish
commission will again be an interesting
feature at tho Stato Fair, $250 having
boon appropriated to piy expenses of
making such exhibit.
The secretary's ofllco of tho stato
Board of Agriculture has been removed
from Brownvillo to Lincoln aud now
occupies rooms on the first floor in tho
capitol building whore all interested,
aud especially those iu tho stato fair
and matters pertaining to agriculture
will bo most cordially welcome.
Tho loss of ono so experienced and
ofllcieut us tho lire secretary, Hon.
Robert W. Furnas, is irreparable both
to the stato and Board of Agriculture,
aud a seri us handicap in tho making
of tho coming Stato Fair, but tho Stato
Fair maiiageiiient will sparo neither
timo nor effort to carry out tho plant
arranged by tho late sccietary and to
this end invito tho action and henrty
co-operation of all well wishers of tho
Stato Fair dates ate Sept. 1st to 8th.
For premium lists or other informa
tion address S. C. Basset, Secretary,
May Lose an Eye.
Riley Carpenter, 14-year-old son of
Allen Carpouter, rocoived an injury to
ono of his eyes Tuosday which may io
sult in loss of sight of tho eye. To
and Tom Mackey woro throwing clods
at. birds, whon Mackoy accidentally
struck him iu tho eye, inflicting u very
painful and dangerous Injury which it
is fcired will cnusou total loss of sight
iu one eyo
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