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THE RED GLOliB) CHIEF
VOLUME XXXI I r.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JULY 28, 1905.
Wlmtovor roputution this storo may have gained for giving the
biggest value for your money lias boon gained through tho perform
anco of duty as wo sop it.
Hero is a small collection that wo list as evidence that you can
got more for your money than at any other storo in Ked Cloud.
Thoso satno nrtiblos will co-.t you more in any other Rod Cloud
storo. You aro not going to deliberately waste your money, are
Wn Imvn 10 T.n .Una'
from our Spriug stock.
Tho Fall and Winter Suit
stylos are showing medium
and long bkirted couts In
this lot that wo plaeo on sulo
you will find quite a fow of
tho famous Woltox Faultless
Fitting garments, ranging iu
S 12. SO to $2S.
35 Ladies' Skirts in several
podular cloths, ranging iu
price from 82.50 to 812 50.
Commoucing Monday, July
.11, up to and including Aug
ust l'J, every garment in our
Skirt and Suit stock placed
on sale at 40 per cent dis
$10.00 Suits at $6.00
$12.00 Suits at $7.50
Coupon dishes given during
Lace Curtains Wo have
about 30 single Curtains rang-
iug iu price from $1.50 to $5.00
per pair. During this salo
your choico, each,
We have placed on our con
tor table a largo assorimout
of Ladies' Neckwear ranging
in price from 25 to .35 cents.
July 31 to August 12, choice,
State Fair News
Tho educational exhibit at tho Stato
Fair, September 4th to 8th, will oc
cupy three times tho space horotoforo
allotted to tho schools of the soato.
Five times tho usual amount is oflorod
iu prizes, eight hundred nnd twenty
dollars worth of prizes and ninoty-two
diplomas being offered. Of tho total
721 prizes, twonty-slx aro general, two
hundred aud nineteen aro for. town
aud city schools and four hundred
and seventy six aro exclusively for
rural s 'hools. Colleges also como in
for prizes, and individual woik has
not boon overlooked.
Tho schools have a gardening do
partmont which show school and
homo gardouing by pupils of tho
public schools, and school gardening
by teachers in tho summer normal
schools. An exhibit will be made
from tho flvo junior normal schools.
A model rural school will occupy
tho center space opposite tho south
entrance. This will bo up-to-dato In
seatintr. lighting, heating, blackboards,
u..- iiii-n-ina wi.ii fltiiaiiinfr
, .. finals ntn Wnrlf nf
pupils will bo on exhibition as in an
,ii ,.ri Mimol. and in oharcoof tho
1 uf w F"m i. i -. iiununi u mua x m m
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room will bo a modol toachor, who
A school toachor mado of Book
county grasses will bo in position to
keep au oyo on all who outer, aud a
? COUPONS with all
i IOC x cash or produce sales.
Our Carpot room did tho
largest business this spring
that tho department has
Wo necessarily have a largo
number of remnants and
short lengths iu Ingrain Car
pels Theso goods aro mostly
strictly 2-ply all-wool, carpets
tlmt we nave shown at 75 cts.
per yard all season. The
pieces range in yardage from
G to 10 yards, sold only by tho
entire piece, July 31 to Aug.
ust 12 at
Wo carried over from last
winter's stock about 250 yards
of Flanneletts ranging iu
price from 12 to 20 a yard.
During this sale, July 31 to
August 12, two patterns
for tho prlco of one.
1,000 yards of worsted Dross
Goods that wo must move to
make room. They will be
placed n our center tables.
While thoy last, remember
tho event, range of price,
per yard -two Dresses
tor the prlco of one.
Buy a dress pattern and
you may select another one
at the same price.
school boy made of York county corn
products will bo presout every day.
Box Butte county will illustrate her
products of horso, cattle and potatoes
by figures made of potatoes, and Per
kins county will bo on hand with the
"staff of life" represented by the cac
tus plant as trained iu the west to
furnish food for hogs, cattlo and
Tho Lincoln city schools will have
iu operation a section of thoir cooking
school, whore pupils will bo instructed
hi and perform tho regular work of
Tho educational exhibit will bo a
point of interest for till visitors.
Wednesday, September C, will bo
School Day. A speaker of national
reputation will give an address Plans
will be mado to entertain and care for
bchool children. Excursions will be
run from all localities whero a suill
ciont number of persons become
It is urged that tho schools do not
uutll Monday, September
11, in Order
that both teachers and
children who desire may attend the
Mr "" take advantage of tho educa-
D puty Superintendent E C.
Bishop, Stato House, Lincoln, will
have ohargo of tho exhibit and ar
rangements. Write to him for any
1 Newsy Jiotes prom
(From tho Lender.
Tho Blue Hill mills shipped a car of
flour to export to Scotland lasi Friday.
Tho high wind nenr Hoacmont Wed
nesday night destroyed sevornl wind
John Holhrook tins traded his farm
in Oak Crook for another north of
J L. Cornell has a forco of men nt
work erecting his new lumbor oillco
Mm. Schoolcrnft pave her husband
a surprise pnrty Saturdny in honor of
T. L Trowbridge has lmisi d Koch
ler's elevator at llosi-monl and is now
buying grain thorn.
A number of tho frionds mot at Win.
Spilkor's Sunday and gnvo him a sur
prise party in honor of his birthday.
The Farmers Elevator company havo
thoir scrop house completed. They
will commonco tho erection of their
elevator as soon as a Buitablo site can
Dr. Wrgmnn Inst Friday sold the
two business lots whero his ollico
stood to Jotham Martin. Considera
tion $1800. Mr. Martin will erect a
largo store building.
J.J. Martin is having his Inrgo storo
room repaired. As soon as completed
I this building will bo occupied by J. K
Murtin with his hardware stock and
by the Bluo Hill drug company.
A. M. Walters hns moved his
into the building at the rear of
formerly used ae u barber shop,
Dr. Boles has his oilico in tho rooms in
tho bank building vacated by Mr.
Tho community was startled Mon
dny afternoon when the news enmo to
town that L. J. Ji hnson had boon
killed. He had been in town and got
a load of coal and a water tank, and
on the road home, as ho was diiving
down a steep hill near Aug. Schmidts
old place, in some manner ho was
thrown from tho wagon by tho team
giving a suddon lungo, and fell so
that the the loaded wagon paased over
his bead causing instant death.
(From tho Express.)
Dr. Waito and wife will start next
Tuesday on a trip to Portland and
It is reported that tbero nro no
peaches this year, but T. M. Mackey
has a treo that hns tome of tho finest
peaches we eer saw.
Miss Mamie Adams camo up from
.Salina Wednesday, where the bus
been attending university, to attend
tho funeral of her brother. Burt
Tho cement walks aro rapidly taking
precedence over tho brick walk, and
aro giving excellent satisfaction. Mr.
Limes hns put down upwards of tidy
thoii8iind feet of this walk this spring
Wednesday night during tho storm
Albert Smith's now barn near Culams
whs struck by lightning, splintering up
the front of it quilo a bit. One of his
boys was standing in tho door at the
time and probably had it not been for
the ir n track above tho door, wonld
have been instantly kiilnd by the bolt.
While tho Santa Fr freight was com
ing in Saturday evening, a overloaded
car of lumbor refused to conform to
tho down grado cu-vo south of tho
rivor bridge, and jumped the track,
tearing things up in great shape. Sev
eral cars wero derailed, splintered up,
and the contents scattered, and about
100 feet of track torn up.
Geo. Kvrn was down from Cudami
Saturday. Ho had a curious looking
contrivance iu Ids hand when wo saw
him, which wo found out was a holder
Neighboring Towns I
OUR EXCHANGES I
and bracket for nn umbrella to mo on
his harvester. Just think of it! A
farmer riding under nn umbrolln in
tho harvest Held. Next thing will bo
nn electric fnn and nn nutomobile
(From tho Citizen )
Thorn aro bright prospects for a
boom in tho construction of llroproof
business buildings in Campbell this
Work is being rushed on tho now
luin'ier ynrd. Sheds, buildings nnd
fences aro making it look busines-dlko
in those quarters.
Mrs. Biisoy, a trained nurso of
Cowles, arrived hero Moiul iy evening
to attend tho two typhoid fever cases
at the G. A. Han is homo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Ihdcn returned
from a visit in Missouri, where thoy
enj .yed a 1th of July celebration nt
which tho blue aud the gray mingled
G A. Fii kin's moat shop and II.
Holi.innn'H shoo store nro being
moved out this week to umko room tor
tho erection of two modern brick
buildings which will be begun atonco.
Churles Nelson did somo fast work
whon last Monday ovoning ho unload
ed a now threshing outfit, litted every
thing up and pulled into the country
ready f.ir threshing tho next morning.
A si vote accident befell Chas. Nol
sou on tho first day of his threshing.
In somo manner ho got his hand into
tho f oiler and ono of tho knives struck
it cutting a gash that nquirod eight
stitches to sow up.
(Ftom tho Times.)
Tho foundation of tho now sohool
house will be finished this week.
Matthew Buchanan has so wonder
fully improved, that ho is able to rido
out in a buggy.
O. V Hinman, tho clarionet soloist,
left Monday for a visit with his parents
in Indianapolis, Ind.
O. B. Buchanan and son aro now in
tin livery business, having purchased
tho Meny & Goochoy barn, Tuesday.
Tom Bunker and his estimable brido
arrived from their honeymoon trip
through Nebraska and other eastern
points Thursday night.
J. E Brodmarklo took his wifo and
two children to tho sanitarium near
Formosa Sunday morning, whore Mrs.
Brodmarklo will take treatment.
Miss Gstion, a professional nurso
from Topekn, is attending Mrs. W. S.
Adeylott, who had the misfortune to
fracture her kneo at Mankato last
Monday, S. Peek was tried before
Justice of tho Peace, E. W. Smith, for
threatening tho life of Geo. N. Haw
kins. Mr. Peek was put under a $800
pence bond which wan signed by L. M.
(From the Sentinel.)
Work is progressing nicely on tho
Foefo-Conkling-Lnu Bach block and
tho foundation of the Gettlo block is
Mrs. F. W. Birhor left for Hot
Spring", Ark., Inst Saturday for a visit
with Mr. Barber, who is slowly regain
ing his health.
Wiss Kzz'o Porter left Wednesday
ovoning for Thousan J Islands, in tho
St Lnwronco river, to spend tho bal
ance of the summer.
A prottT wedding was solemnized nt
tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs, E. A, Van
Dyko Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
when their eldest daughter, Grnce E ,
boenmo the happy brido of Ernest W.
During tho thunderstorm Wednes-
day ovoning Tom Clink of Bivorton
was struck by lightning and nt last,
reports it was believed that ho could
not recover. Mrs. Ralph Tim re of that
place was also severely shocked.
Miss Ada Patterson, daugh'or of our
townspeople, Mr. and Mrs. J M. P.t
terson, and who is a membi r of tho
Now York Journnl editorial stnff, has
a very intonating nrtlcln in the our-
mm iiuiiiuui 01 mo uosmopuutan on
Giving Babies Away.
B.lly Ladill, a traveling showman,
was arrostod tiday at Macon, eight
miloa noith of hero, whero ho and a 10-yoar-old
girl from Suporior woro over
taken by tho mnrshal of Franklin and
I. E Wilsoi, tho irato father of tho
girl. Ladill was taken to tho county
seat nnd will probnbly bo hold on a
(From tho Mossengor )
Will Gorman, east of town, has ono
Held of wheat that threshed out 33
hushols to tho aero.
Paul, tho six-year-old son of Ed
Kirkpatrick, hail the misfortttno tu
full from a swing Friday and broak
Undo Tommy Clark, down south of
town a fow miles, moved an old crib
Monday, and sixty rats paid the death
Stnto Senator Hnskell nf this county
was lato Monday evening nppointod
wnrdon of tho Kansas Stato prison at
CHIT S'nrbuok lost another nf hia
delivery horses Sunday night. Cliff is
naving ni8 share or hard luck, as two
of his horses have died within a fow
Tho Fair association held n mooting
Saturdny evening last. It was decided
to havo a thoroughbred stock snlo nt
10 n. m. on tho second and thiid day of
It is authoritatively stated that n
now oanK is coon 10 no Cttaousueu in
Smith Center, to occupy ono of tho
four corners at tho street crossing near
Frank Patteonnd wifo returned Sun
day night, much improved in health
and vigor, from their sumraoi's vaca
tion over tho mountains, to the Pacific
slope and fair at Portland.
Tho lightning struck Wm. Duncan's
house Wednesday night and set Are
County Surveyor Hmsong was down
from Bloomington Tuesday to survey
the road through John Brown's farm.
Street Commissioner Overton has
mon hauling dirtt) fill in tho east
approach to the creek bridge this
During the storm Wednesday night
Thos. Clark was struck by lightning
and it is reported that be is in a para
Thoro was sr mo excitement in our
city last Sunday morning. Mr. Lndel!f
manager of ono of our street fair
atti actions, had procured tho servicer
of a young lady fnm Superior and it
seems that her father seriously object
ed nnd camo after her Saturday night.
Tho young lady declared she would
not return home, bo somo timo during
tho night took a sneak for Franklin,
nenr which place tho father overtook
her Sunday morning. Then talk bo
camo cheap and everjone had a now
story, so fiom all tho tales wo gleaned
that the father and daughter returned
home and Mr. Ladell will have to find
another actress. No arrests wero
To Cure a CM la Oae Day.
Tak" Laxative Bromo Quinino tab
lots. All druggistB refund tho money
if it fails to euro. E. W. Grove's signa
ture is on each box. 2Go.
That Settle's It.
When a Colorado sand stono walk is
laid that settles it. See Ovcring Bioi,
&Co. for prices.
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