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THE RED CLOU) CHIEF
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VOLUME XXXI It.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. .JUISE 30, 1905.
The Big Day light Store
The Big Daylight Store
! Hewsy Jlotes prom Neighboring Towns I
of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Shoes ?y
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 expect to carry again, having pur
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 we'its.
$3.00 Shoes, Juno Clearing Undcrprlco S2.00
$2.SO Shoes, June Clearing Undcrprlcc S2.SO
The splendid values in Wolfe Bros.' medium
priced Shoes, to close, are being eagerly taken.
Assostments are being rapidly broken.
All fii.in to Si.so Shoes. $1.00 nair.
All $1.65 to $2.00 Shoes, $1.25 pair.
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
hud never run iiwny with him, and bo.
tore bo hardly trot through tolling it
the team started. Mr. Fish hung on to
them as tenaciously ns a bulldog until
everything seemed round j him when
it was better part of vn'or to scparato
c mipany with them, which ho did
without thought. Mr. Fish is now
training them to havo bettor manners.
(From the Sentinel.)
Claudo Francisco and Noblo Owon,
who started in hot pursuit of Damo
Fortuno a couple of weoks ago, aro
working on n farm north of Naponee.
Tho Adolphio debating club and
adios to tho number of twenty-four en
j yod their annual breakfast at tho
Commercial hotel Wednesday morning.
Prnf. anil Mrs. G. II Aller loavo to
day for Crote, where tho latter will
spend tho summer. The Prof, will
spend his vacation on tho road with
Mrs. Hertba Blatherwlok and Mis
Lnnv Pnnlc of Evorsdalo. Minn . and
David E Pock of Grinr.oll, Iowa, aro
visiting their parents, Mr. and Mis.
Albort II. Peck, in this city. ?
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Boll of the City of
Mexico arrived Monday ovoning on
their return homo from a six week'
visit in New York and Pennsylvania.
Mr. Boll is a brother of our hardwaro
dealer and is also twin brother of
happy Job Boll.
Arrangements aro being rapidly com
pleted for one of tho very host celobra
tinns ever attempted in this part of
Nebraska. Everythibg will bo on a
grand sca'oand Franklin will bo "wide
open" from early dawn until tho next
break of day.
(From tho Lender.
E S. Lohr and wtfo left Mondny
their Colorado homo.
There aro twenty-one subscribers
for tho new telephone exchange.
The Blue Hill team was defeated by
tho Lawrence team last Sunday, llto-1
Siohrapa' blacksmith and machine
Hhop was destroyed by lire Juno 18
Loss about 85000. Ho will rebuild.
Bliio Hill Irish school has been
placed n tho accredited li-a of four
year high school?, giving graduates
the right to enter tho State University
Friday evening. Ho drew n gold mcrfiE
in a debate which took place in tho In
Mrs. Marsh of Kansas City, Kinm&
and Miss Potter of Berlin, Wis,, arrlvil
in Lebanon Saturday evening for ko
extended visit with their cousin, Mt
Tho liny nt No'ghbors of Lebnnrw?
hold their ritualictio and dceonttrwr
exorcisos over tho grave of Mm Kate
Scrlvon at tho Sweet Homo cemetery
Wednesday evening at the home oT
tho bride's parenta, Miss Kill Stout of
Auburn, Neb, and trod Andrews oz.
this city, wore linked togother in tbv
holy bonds of matrimony. Tho b?Stf
could not llnd a bettor husband tbn
our short stop, Fred Andrews.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS IT
THE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BV
CLAY. ROBINSON A COMPANY,
LIVE STOCK OOMMISSIOH
Tho Elsmero double finger tip
ped Silk Glove, a greut favorite.
Another large assortment just
received by ox press
Colors, white, black, blue, pon
gee, brown, tan and grey.
Other grades nt 15, 20, 2.1, 35c.
A largo Hardwood Dining Ta
ble; 12 inch square top extends
to 10 foot, r inch leg. Juno
Solid Oak Diner, cane seat
June price, S&.SO.
Sot of six.
A guaranteed machine,
case, complete set of
ments, box head. June
9x12 feet all wool Smyrna, To-
vorsible. 2 patterns, 1 greon, 1
red, worth 825.
Juno special uuderprice, $1-1.08
0x12 feet Jute reversible, 2
patterns, 1 green, 1 rod, value
Juno special underprice, 89.25
New Line of Premium Pishes,
"The Big Daylight Store.
looking for Stolen Horses.
G. Allen arrived Friday from
Manvillo, Wyo., in searcu 01 mmhu
borsos which ho believed to hnye
boon shipped to Rod Cloud and sold
by C E Shippon when tho latter was
hero last winter. Tho Allen and Ship
on ranches in Wyoming adjoin each
other nnd a couple of Allen's horses
got mixed in with tho bunch which
Shippon brought uoro ior . ..
tho government inspector at the
shipping point Inspected tho load
ho did not look carefully at the
brands, and Shippon did not rend tho
Alien brand to him Allen found one
of tho horses in tho possession of Ray
Gard, but could Hud no trace of tho
other Matters looked a little dark
for Shippon for a time, as cattle or
horso "rustling" is a very serious
oironso up in that country. However,
Mr. Allen received a telegram from
1.: ' ..n,r Tuesday saying that tho
matter had boon settled, and for him
to come homo. He isit iur u,
Rov. William Hauptmauu, former
pastor of tho Congregational church
in this city and later of Alma, has lo
cated at Searchlight, Nevada, whero
ho will preach aud practico law. Mr.
Hauptmann tired of tho ministry and
. wautod to enter law and, casting ubout
for a location, finally lauded in
Searchlight. Tho town was without a
minister nnd was also bhort of lawyers,
so Mr. Hauptmann agreed to supply
both "long felt wants." Wo wish him
Real Estate Transfers.
Transfers for week ending Wednes
day, Juno 28, furnished by J. H. Baiioy
or woostor uounty Aostrnct company.
Edwin E Burr to Alico A Myors
art sol nel .'1G-2-11 wd
John Tolksdorf to Peter Luhn
so4 22-1-10 wd
Sarah A Fuller nnd husbnnd to
Jacob Bon. n2 sw4 17-4-12 wd
(From tho Messenger )
Jewett Gorman of Blaino has a pic
ture of up to date farming in Kansas
twelve horses hltohod abreast pulling
six dic cuLivators and driven by ono
A very painful aroident happened f
Paul Arnold Tuesday wbilo working
raa of town erecting a bridge. A
piece of tho bridge fell on him break
ing his j-iw in three places besides other
Frank May's barn, in C ra township,
during thd storm last Thursday even
ing, was struck by lightning nnd to
tally destroyed by lire. Eight horses
perished in tho flame.
Tho Hfton months old daughter of
Clifford Innis died yesterday aftor
noon from being sovorly ocalded Inst
Tuesday. She pulled tho plug out of
tho wnhine machino her mother was
uting, and tho hot water scalded her
right sldo from tho faco downward.
Georgo and Dink Picklor aro home
for tho summer vacation. Gtorgo has
just finished a courso in tho Blips Elec
trical school in Washington, D C , and
Di, k has ono moro year at Kirksvillo,
Mo , before ho will bo graduated from
tho school of osteopathy nt that placo.
(From the Review.)
E B. Perry, our now station agent,
arrived here Wtdnesday to relievo J.
J. L. D-iy and Miss Edna Duncan
drove to Smith Center, Ka. sas, and
woro quietly married.
John Evnns, carrier on rural
route 1, had a runaway Monday
No serious damage was dono.
J. L. Mapeo departed Wednesday
night, for his homo nt Caldwell, Idaho.
Mrs. Mngco j lined him at Culbertson,
A telegram was rocoivod yesterday
from Eu8tis,Nob.,announcingtlio death
of Mr. J. L Whaliy's father. Mr.
Whaloy left for tho bedsldeof bis father
several days ago.
Tiirsiiiv n B. Siol, carrier on mute
2, had a runaway just south of tho river
bridge, on his return trip. Somo dam
ago to his carriage and harness and 11
few scratches ou the horses wub all of
OFFIOEC AT OHIOAOO, KAN8A8 OITV
OMAHA, BIOUX OITY, ST. JOSEPH
K'ansas City, Juno 27. Receipts '
cattlo for tho first two days of tin
wook aro 10,100; last week 15,800, Mon
day's supply consisted mainly of quar
antine offerings. There was a scarcity
of desirable boof and competition was
koou for them, making trading active
and prices 10 to 15 cts higher. Flin.
grades did not movo so briskly aa
wont ut steady to 10 cts. bettor rate.
Bost cows and heifers sold 10 to 15 ctR
higher; others steady aud bIow. Bollm
woro unohauKod; voals steady to BtroBR
The bulk of tho run toduv win bf
steers, including many good ones. A
few early sales woro stoady to strong
but tho general market was slow and
stoady with tho day before, exceptions
bolnir weak to a shado lower. Choiw
hoifors woro strong to 10 cts. highw.
cholco cows strong. Others steady.
Bulls nnd voals woro dull. Monday's--stockor
and feeder trade was fairly
active with prices steady.
Tho following table gives quotations.
Extra prime corn-fed steers. .85 )-5iJS
Good corn fed stcors 5 00-EV U
Ordinary corn fod steers.... 4 2r-'E
Cholco corn fed heifers 4 (55-4 7J5-
Good corn fod hoifors 4 00-4 W)
Medium corn fod hoifors. . . . II 50-4 Ui
Choico corn fod cows 4 00-4 v
Canuers 80-2 M
Choico stuns 4 w- i
Cholco fed bulls . . . . a-.i t
Good 2 25-3 00
Bologna bulls 2 2r-:i (XJ
Veal calvos 5 00-5 50
Good to cholco native or
western stockors 3 7f-4 50
W..I- :i 2.r- TO
Common 2 15V-32S
Mortgages filed $7000
Mortgages released 14350
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse in Now York
discovered an nromatio pleasant horb
drink for women's ills, called AUS
TRALIAN-LEAF. It is tho only cer
tain monthly regulator. Cures female
weaknesses and bnoknche, kidney,
bladdor and urinary troubles. At all
drnugists or by mnil 50 cents Sample
FREE. Address Tho Mother Grny
Co , LeRoy, N. Y.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Tak: Laxative Bronio Quinine tab
lets. All druggists refund tho money
if it fnils to cure. E. W. Grovo'd sigua
tuio is on each box. 25c.
(From tho Citiz'n )
An adjuster was hero this week to ad
just six losses by hail in the hail district
south west of hero, iubured by L. E. Pa-quit).
llonry Albors and wifo returned
Monday night from Hallam, Nob.,
whero they went to attind tho funeral
of a sister-in-law and to visit his folks.
A. G. Hunt took tho taln Tuesday
evening for Lincoln and Omaha, where
he goes to confer with capitalists in re
gard to tho purchase of Campbell
In an endeavor to secure a library for
tho school a numbor of tho young
scholars of tho high school havo pen
ned a request to Andrew Ctrnegio for
tho gift of a fow dollars.
Davo Beanohone, who came hero last
fall in search of hoalth, nnd had re
gained it so far as to look and feol buoy
ait Hguin, returned to his homo in Lnko
Linden, Mich , last Saturday.
It was quite humilating when one
day this week J. E. Fiah was tolling a
party of gentlomeu that his dray team
(From tho Exoross.)
Tho city is experimenting with a co
ntent crossing fr m the Union Hotel to
tho North wo-uorn sidewalk.
Miss Ciona Colleto lonvos soon for
Billings, Mont, 10 accept a good pay
infrnnsition in tho railroad office.
n r- 1 iuimiiuu
Superior is going to do nerself proud Q0od to cholco heavy native
with her Fall Fiesta Septemuer 11 10 i.
The plans nro now under way for a
Paul P.po of Red Cloud was the
Kuestof Miss MhIo G tings over Sun
dny. Hoh a prominent implomont
man of Red C.oud.
G. C. Gatos ban bought the threo
corner lots juft foulb of tho Fogel
block, nnd as oon ns ho finds a tenant
will put up a bull ling.
Mrs J. H B u nurd and little son
came homo from Chicago Tuesday
night, and will keep house for hor
father, W. W. Hiwley.
Miss Ina Gittings cmo homo Friday
night for her summer vi cation. Miss
Ina was one of the foremost athletes
at tho university tho past year, and
won several lino medals.
fun,1nrn 4 2o-4 TTi
i?..tr 3 75-4 !"
Good to choico heavy brand
ed horned loeuors auu-,wj
Fair 350-4 00
Common ... ?50
Good to choico stock hoifors 2 75-3 00
Pair 2 2.V3 2i
Good to choico stock calves,
Pair 3 60-4 tt
Good to cholco stock calvos, nttmr.
(From tho Times.)
Mrs. Wilson, stop-mother of Tom
Wilson of Stuart vicinby, dropped
dead yoitorday morning about 8 o'clock.
Last Friday about 8:30 p. m an eight
pound carpenter made his uppearanco
at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrc J. Waddle.
Two knots wero tied in Esbon Wed
nesday. Jess Duncan and Dalle Hersh
nor; W. E Sleeper and Myrtle L unbort.
Motts Harnett returned from hmporia
Receipts of hogs this weol lUJOO
lust wook 2,800; last year 17,0J0. Mon
day's market was 5 to 10 ts. higher
and today 5 to 10 cts. highor with bnlftr
of sales from e5.42 to 4.174; top, 5X
Receipts of sheep this week 10,203;
last wook 12,200; last year 0.100. Mon
day's market was 10 cts. higher aad
today active and firm. Wo qrrote-r
cholco lambs, $7.00 to 7.25; choico year
lings, 8550 to 5.75; cholco wethers, 51.75
to 4.85; choico owos, $4.55 to 4.G0.
A Guaranteed Cure ftr Piles.
Itching, blind, bleeding or proirwtf
ing Piles. "Druggists refund money W
Pazo Ointment fails to cure any ea.
no matter of how long standing, in Cto
14 days. First application gives ewii
and rest. 50o. If your druggist bast
It send 60j in stamps, and it will befair
wnrded post-paid by Paris Medicia.
St. Luuis, Mo.
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