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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1905)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
$1 a Year
VOLUME XXXI It.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, AUGUST 11, 1005.
MINER BROS. ) MINER BROS
Wlintovor reputation this store nmy lmve gained for giving tho
biggest value for your money has boen gained through tho perform
aueo of duty as wo see it.
Hero is a small collection that wo list as evidence that you can
get more for your money than at any other store in Red Cloud.
Thoso samo nrtiblcs will cot you more in any other Red Cloud
store. You are not going to deliberately wasto your money, uro
I GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
Jieuisy Jiotes prom Neighboring Towns f
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
We have 12 Ladies1 Suits
from our Spring stock.
Tho Fall and Winter Suit
styles aro showing medium
and long skirted coats In
this lot that we place on sale
you will find quite a few of
tho famous Woltex Faultless
Fitting garments, ranging in
$ 12. SO to $25.
X) Ladies' Skirts in several
nodular cloths, ranging m
price from $2.r0 to S12 50.
Commencing Monday, July
31, up to and including Aug
ust 12, every garment in our
Skirt and Suit stock placed
on salo at 40 par cant dis
$10.00 Suits at $6.00
$12.00 Suits at $7.50
, Coupon dishes given during
Our Carpet room did tho
largest business this spring
that tho department has
Wo necessarily have a largo
number of remnants and
short lengths in Ingrain Car
pets Thoso goods aro mostly
strictly 2-ply all-wool, carpets
that wo nave shown at cts.
per yard all season. The
nieces rango in yardage from
G to 10 yards, sold only by tho
entire piece, July 31 to Aug
ust 12 at
We carried over from last
winter's stock about 230 yards
of Flanuelett? rangiug in
price from 12J to 20 a yard.
During this sale, July 31 to
August 12, two patterns
for the price of one.
Lace Curtains Wo have
about 30 single Curtains rang
ing in price from $1.50 to $3.U0
nor nair. During this salo
your choice, each,
Wo have placed on our cen
ter table a large assoriment
of Ladies' Neckwear ranging
in price from 2.1 to 35 cents.
July 31 to August 12, choice,
1,000 yards of worsted Dress
Goods that wo must move to
make room. They will bo
placed ( u our center tables.
While they last, remember
tho event, raugo of price,
23 to 90c
per yard -fifo Dresses
for the price of one.
Buy a dross pattern and
1 you may select another one
at tho samo price.
COUPONS with all
cash or produce sales.
(From tho Leader.
Ned Grimes was at Hed Cloud Sun
day visiting his many friomls and ono
E. G. Hi os has purchased a cement
block machine and expects to engage
in that business soon.
Mrs. T. A. McDonald gavo hor Sun
day school class a party at her splen
did homo Tuesday afternoon.
Messrs Morton and Schumnn havo
put up their now awnings in front of
thoir rospoctivo p'acos of business.
F. H. Gerlnch. ono of tho host
farmers in his neighborhood, is build
ing a fine largo barn 40xG0 foot on ono
of his fu'ms.
Last TuesJay evening a plonsant
nnrtv was civon at Peter Nelson's.
Tho ovoning was spent in games and
Tho north wall of T. A. McDonald's
store has noon removed and work on
tho now 20 foot addition is being
pushed as rapidly as possible
Wo aro informed that C. F. Gund,
Tom Tobin and Dr. Creighton bought
a section and a half of land near Rou
leau, Canada, whilo there lust week.
Tho Farmers Klovator Co. havo
been granted a sito for their olovator
just south of tho stockyards. As soon
as tho preliminaries aro arranged
building will bo commenced.
John Magner had tho misfortuno to
be accidentally thrown from tho hand
car whilo going at full speed Monday,
falling with his head against a tie. It
took thrco stitches to closo tho cut.
taking Hilly Ladoll to that town. Tho
next morning tho horses were found at
tho livery barn hore badly stiffened by
tho hard drio over tho rough roads.
out tho provisions of this act bhall bo
mado by tho ovor-eors to tjio -county
Fanners, Cut Your Weeds.
'rim law misled at the session of .
pH governing tho mowing of woods in clerk, giving a proper description of
not reiiornlly complied with, and tho lauds whereon weeds were destroyed
rommlvionors havo como to the eon- by tho overseer of 'roads, and tho
elusions that it shall bo enforced. For county clerk shall include such
the benullt of all interested, we pub- amounts in making tho county tax
lish tho law in full, which becamo of- lists ns an asses-nteut against ueh
feotivo.luly 1, 11)01. "" laU(s whi(!h hlm11 bo collected ns
"That it shall bo tho duty of land othor taxes."
..w.r in lliis state to mow or other-, -
wise destroy all woods to tho middlo ,
of all public roads along their lands at
lea 4 onco in each year, namely, bo
tweentho fifteenth day of July and
tho fifteenth day of August in each
year. And whenever land owners
neglect to mow or dostroy tho weeds
in roads as heroin provided it shall bo
tho duty of tho overseer of roads on
complaint of any resident of his road
district to mow or destroy tho woods
on neglected portions of roads com
plained of, and tho overseer may
chargo and bo paid from tlm general
funds of tho county ono dollar and
tifty cents per day for a man, ono dol
lar and fifty conts for a team, aud ono
dollar per day for tho uso of tho mow-
machluo for tho timo actually
Johnnio Smith had tho misfortuno to
bo kicki'd by a vicious .homo Monday
afternoon while helping unload a car
of biiok. The harm struck him on the
side of the head and on one leg, cutting
a threo inch gash in his scalp aud
badly bruising tho limb.
On last Thursday Pearl Wofllo, Chns.
Everling.Jr., and Mart ViiiMeiO'" weie
arnsted on a complaint sworn out by
Ei Glebe for assault. At the trial Fii
day before Squire Iiuschow tho do
fondants, W file, Evcrling, and Van
Meter plead guilty and v. ova lined $1
each and costs amounting to S3 00
spout for tho cutting anu destroying or
woods, provided that uo overseer shall
dostroy tho weeds on any road until
after tho timo has passed in which tho
ownor is required to dostroy said
woods And a statement of all money
paid to ovorsoors of roads for carrying
Here Is Keller for Women,
Motlior Gray, a nur.so in Now York
discovered an aromatic pleasant herb
drink for women's ill, called AUS
TRALIAN LEAF. It is tho only cer
tain monthly regulator. Cures female
weaknesses and backache, kidney,
bladder and urinnry troubles. At all
druggists or by mail 50 cents Sample
FREE. Addiess Tho Mother Gray
Co , LoRoy, N. Y. ,
in Norton county, Kansas: 1G0 im
proved, good land, $1900; 240 improved
good land, 81000; 40 improved, good
land, 8050; 010 improved, 317 por aero
A snap. Write for complete list, glv
ing full particulars. Address, D. W.
Grant, Land ageut. Almona, Kansas.
To Cure a Celd In One Day.
Tak-j Laxative Broino Quinine tab
lets. All druggists refund tho money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa
ture is on each box. 25o.
(From the Review.)
The town board has ordered a ga?o
line engine aud a new pump for the
witter system plant.
Mr. and Ms B. G Lindloy gave a
fnrowell 10 'option to Rev. Samuel Wil
liams on t'leir lawn, Tuesday evening.
Wm. Duncan got too near to t. 0
business end of a yonrg mule Thurs
day night and is now limping around
on one foot.
Mrs Dnrand is hore this wool; help
ing to care for her sister, Miss Leila
Cmpp, who was so seriously burned
last week, but who is doing nicely
Dr. Myers has purchased a team
fiom It W Shcpordson M( nday which
lie will use on his drives to visit his
patients Tho doctor has d. cided to
Our tnarshig began enforcing tho
eiiifiW ordinanco M mday night and
sunt some of this.' ten year old kils
homo at eight, who generally hang
around town until eleven.
Andrew Beck was eighty-two years
old last Monday and his daughter,
Mrs. I. Stiepherdson, presented him
with an exponslvo imported German
pipe. Mr. Beck is a nimble old man
for bis ago and enjoys a bmoko.
Saturday night Carl Onstut missed
his horso which ho had driven to
town and two young men borrowed
him a horso to drivo homo. It later
developed that two boys, Fiank Irvin
and Oscar Duncan, had taken tho
Onstot horso and ono of Charley Ir
vln'is and made a drivo to Red Cloud,
(Fiom tho Times,)
Sunday's base ball game was a do
feat for Lebanon by a suoro of 0 to 2 in
Norton's favor. Burr Oak won Mon
day, 5 to 1.
Jas. Ashbnugh is putting in a now
comont side walk for Adams Bros., in
front of thoir store.
Art Green wi nt to northern Mon
tana Sunday, whore ho is ownor of a
half section of land.
Rev. Tremain received a telegram
Sunday evening announcing the sud
den death of his brother-in-law at
Charles Frnzior, son of John Frir.ior
of Logan township, met with an acci
dent last Monday, which caused tho
loss of one linger.
J as. Wiggs returned from Decatur
county last Friday. Ho purchased a
half section of land while there which
shows that Jim has faith in westurn
Last Wednesday evening when Miss
Hilda Warner came homo fiom hor
brother's, where she had beon visiting,
she was surprised to find about twenty
live of her friends nt her home, wait
ing to help hor eclcbrato her eigh
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Woosner and
daughters, Lora and Cora, and Mr.
and Mrs. John McCall andchildion
and Mrs. D. 11. Curtwright of Salem
vicinity, left Monday ovoning for
Portland, where they will view tho
sights of the Lewis & Clark exposition
for about thirty days.
Harry Price, the ton-venr old son of
Otis Price, of White Rock township
was struck by lightning Inst Friday
night. His loft slu u'der, aim and side
w rn severely burned. The lighiiiiug
htmok tho house running down
thiough tho bod room, and the bed in
which Harry was sleeping. A youuper
brother who was sh oping with him
was not injured, or oven wakened.
Hurry was unconscious and did not
know how ho had boon injured. After
hu had regained his consciousness and
was told by his father tlint he had boon
snui'k by lightning, ho icfiuo'l to be
lieve it. Our Inst ropoit vvas that tho
bjy was getting along nicely.
R. A. Humphreys was prostrated by
nn attack of heart failure Wednesday.
He was sweeping in front of his olll o
when suddenly and without warning
he fell to tho walk. Ho was carried in
by kind friends and soon rallied.
'Fiftonn dollars and costs." Theso
words fell from tho n of Po
lice Judgo Pock Thursday when tho
jury returned a verdict of guilty
against Amos Harris on the chargo of
carrying concealed weapons Tho
costs nmountod to $20, and line and
costs wero paid.
(From the Sentinel.)
'I lit f of the popu'ation is blowing
around with well developed cases of
Ira Backus has been laid up this
wuok with tho contagious stomach dis
orders that nearly everybody is enj v-
The ll'it in which Hie editor's motlior
resides in Denor was burned Inst Fri
day, the occupant! barely escaping
with their lives.
It. M Cochrane, ifo and daughter
arrived from Mekiisukoy, I T., Wed
nesday night for an ixtendod vis't'wilh
tho Coulii'tiiii hrothors.
The several committees are hustling
those dny.s f r the reunion and piivate
affairs are being Mibonlinated for the
good of the undertaking.
Tho foundation material is on tho
ground for the nnw cotiago which W.
S Blake will immediately erect on the
northwest cornor of his block.
Henry Moroland, living about fifteen
miles southwest of this city, attempted
suicide by cutting his throat with
tho bhido of a ponknifo last Saturday
Tho Franklin Invinolblos went to
Republican City Wednosdny and de
feated the basket ball giils of that
place in a holly contestd gamo by a
score of 12 to G.
(From tho Express.)
John Foltz went to Chester today to
moo this sister, who is coming hero
from Russia to mako this her home.
3ert Prico ond wlfo returned from
Hot Springs, S. J)., whoro they havo
boon for a month Mr. Prico is much
improved in health.
Mike Sullivan, north of Superior,,
wants to know if anyono can boat his
record plowing corn. Ho wont over
120 ncros in 0 days with a two-row
IVrs. ribbolt", mother of Mrs. Wot
Hedrick nnd Mrs. J. W. Thonwp, had
tho misfortuno ti fall from tho stops at
hor home, across tho river, and break
her hip. She is soventy thrco 3 oars of
The threshers around and betweon
Lawrence and Nelson report tho host
wheat they havo over seen, tho smal
lest yield biing twenty-two bushols,
and in some places hb high as thirty
throe and forty biuhels to tho acre.
Robt. Mann returned to his homo at
Callaway, Nub., today. Ho has dis
posed of nil of his property hero and
on Saturday sold his farm southwe(.
of llostwick to G. A. Carter nnd J. W.
Cartor, of Kansas City, for 810,000.
H. Lylo has a whistling well on bio
farm between hero nnd Webber. This
is a good indication of gas. When the
wind blows from ccitain ditoctions it
whistles, and when from other direc
tions it sucks air nnd can be heard n
block or more away. Guy J01 as is
trying to lix it.
(From the Citizen.)
Louis Boudreau is incapacitated for
work through an attack of rheuma
tism. Tho Holt.man nnd Fit kins brick
buildings aro rapidly going skyward.
Another month will see them com
pleted. It':i a girl aain, but site's a daisy
and evotyhody says ho's pretty. This
acts like magic in p'easirg us foi she
looks lik her papa.
Prof. Winiberloy and wife returned
Tui'hday evening. They are through
with summer normal vwttk and uiu
now pi opal ing for sihool work ln:ro.
Nels Burg i carrying his hand in a
sling by reason of an injury received
while repairing a windmill. Whilo
occupied in thoso labors a pinion
dropped from tho platform above strik
ing It i nt on the linger, bnaking that
member which will disable hm foe
(From the Advocito.)
Last Thin silav nigh. Cluiie L-ind-roth
suffered so vei ely from suppofod
Mis. Olive Moore, who was recently
taken to the insane as ltun, is in a very
Tho tiaclier's institute for this
c tunty will bo held at ltloumingtoUr
beginning August 21st, and lasting ono
It is rumored that Judgo Hoffman
may bo induced to accept tho nomina
tion again for the office of county
M. D. nnd J. E. Griffin, from over
south, went to Alma Inst Saturday lot
attend a family reunion of live brothers
who bad not met for 20 years.
At this writing tho Canton Btidgo
Co. have not been hoard from and it
begins to look as if thoir low bid for
tho two river bridges was all a bluff.
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