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THE RED CLOU) CHIEF
$1 a Year
VOLUME XXXI II.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 8, 1905.
Whatever reputation this storo may have gained for giving tbo
biggest valuo for your money Las boon gained through the perform
ance of duty as we seo it.
Hero is a small collection that wo list as evidence that you can
get more for your money than at any other storo in Hod Cloud.
Theso same artibles will cost you more in any other Red Cloud
store. You are not going to deliberately wasto your money, aro
Wn linen 10 T.nrlSna'
from our Spring stock.
Tho Pall and Winter Suit
styles aro showing medium
and long skirted coats In
this lot that wo placo on salo
you will Hud (ltiito a fow of
tho famous Woltox Faultless
Fitting garments, ranging, in
$ 12. SO to $25.
.1." Ladies' Skirts in several
nodular cloths, ranging in
price from 82.00 to 81'2 0.
Commencing Monday. July
31, up to and including Aug
ust r every garment in our
Skirt and Suit stock placed
on salo at 40 per cent dis
$10.00 Suits at $0.00
$12.00 Suits at $7.50
Coupon dishes given during
f L A
Laco Curtains Wo have
about '10 single Curtains rang-
iug in price from $l.f0 to 85.00
. per pair. During this salo
your choice, each,
Wo have placed on our con
tor tabic a largo assortment
of Ladies' Neckwear ranging
in price from 23 to 15 cents.
July 11 to August 12, choice,
RARE WILD BEASTS.
The Study of the Menagerie of the Forc-
pauftli-Sclls Circus Is Quite an
Tho menagerie collection of tho
great Adam Forepaugh and Soils Bro
thers United Shows is the most i .tons
ivo and valuablo in Amoiica. Such ex
ceedingly rare animals as tho horned
horse, rhinoceros, twelve polar bears,
vlack vaark, white yak, tapir and baby
tigers and Bengal tigers aro in tho zoo.
It requires ovor 100 cages and dens to
houso tho splendid collection of raro
wild animals. Throe great herds of
elophauts aro used for performing
acts, and tho intelligence they display
under tho direction of their trainer
opens a now chapter in tho patient,
scientific-work of animal education.
The ponderous creatures play at mimic
war, dance dreamy waltzes, lively two
steps and stately minuets, onact amus
ing skits, stand on their heads and
balance ttioir monster bodies with tho
skill and guiding souse of human per
formers. They oven mako tunoful
music upon gigantic instruments and
go through a military drill with amaz
ing skill and prooision. Capt. Wobb's
nriucated seals form another oxcluslvo
feature in animal training that is dis
tinctly original and has novor boon
-tnil.Mttnd. Theso curious creatures
of tho cold North seas have been
taught to juggle, play wind iustru-
Our Carpet room did tho
largest business this spring
that tho department has
Wo necessarily have a largo
numbor of remnants and
short lengths in Ingrain Car-
pots Those goods aro mostly
strictly 2-ply all-wool, carpets
that wo have shown at 7u cts.
per yard all season. Tho
pieces rui i go in yardage from
G to 10 yards, sold only by tho
entire piece, July .'51 to. Aug
ust VI at .
Wo carried ovor from last
winter's stock about 2.")0 yards
of Flannelotts rutiumu in
price- from 12 ig to 20 a yard.
During tins sale, .July :u to
nugust vz, two patterns
for the price of one.
1,000 yards of worsted Dress
Goods that wo must move to
make room. They will bo
placed n our center tables.
While they last, remember
tho event, range of price,
25 to 90c
por yard two Dresses
for the price of one.
' Buy n dress pattern and
you may select another one
1 at tho sumo price.
. COUPONS with all
t cash or produce sales.
incnts, balance delicato objects on tho
tips of their noses and toss balls from
ouo to another, and do many other
seemingly impossiblo tricks. All theso
wonders of tho most progressively
modern and uiggost and nest circus
exhibitions on earth, tho Groat Adam
Foropaugh and Soils Brothers Circus,
can bo seen at Red Cloud September
1.1. Two performances will bo given,
at 2 o'clock and at 8 o'clock. Tickets
of admission and reserved numbered
seats may bo secured show day at ex
actly tho sumo prices chargod at tho
ticket wagons on tho circus grounds
at Cotting's Drug Storo.
School opened last Monday for the
fall aud winter term, with an enroll
ment of about 410. Tho following aro
tho teachers for tho ensuing year.
Superintendent G. W. Dudley.
High School Miss Mamie Ellis,
principal; Miss Jessie Ducker, assist
ant principal; Miss Inez Ellis, Miss
Mildred Thompson, Mrs Nellie Castor,
Miss Winifred Perkins, Miss Winifred
First Ward School Miss Ada Skjol
vor, principal; Miss Viola Ward, Miss
Mattio Abel, Myrl Gittlng.
Tho oillcors and members of the
school board aro: J. S. Emigh, chair
man; L, II. Fort, secretary; V. B Ful-
ton, E. J. Ovoring, jr , J. O. Caldwell,
W. A. Sherwood.
flemsy Notes prom
? GATHERED FROM
(From tho Advocate.)
J. I). Sumner, Jr., is attending tho
Omaha Medical College
Arrangement aro being made for
holding an old timo picnic hero Sep
tember 19, under tbo auspices of tbo
Jim Sumner received a pianola as a
prosont from his cousin Daisy, who
visited hero this summer, and nearly
every evening ho entertains somo of
Mrs. C. E. Harris, who has boon vis
iting rolotives horo, was called to her
homo at Sumner, Wis., Wednesday by
a telegram announcing tho serious ill
ness of hor husband.
Una evening rocoutly, whilo sitting
near the door of his own homu, little
Rny Phelps was struck in the siilo by a
spent ball from a 22 caliber gun. It is
not known who fired the shot.
(From tho Messenger.)
Charles Bowen, tho blacksmith, was
over from Kensington Kiiday night to
have a piece of steel removed from his
eye by Dr. Slaglo.
Last Tuesday L. C Ulil and wife re
turned from their long voyiigo across
tho Atlantic ocean. They visited many
of tho old countries, but aro elatod to
got back homo.
Smith county's third annual fair is
in tho past tenso. In tho wav of at
tractions and exhibits it was tho big
gest show of tho kind ovor put on ex
hibition in Smith county.
H. 1). Hoso of Jewell county, the now
principal of tho school?, has arrived
and is acquainting himself with his
new duties as superintendent of tho
city schools, which will open Saptcm
D. A. Atkins of Oak was in tho
crowd that came ovor to tho fair last
Wednesday. It was his first visit horo
in many years. Mr. Atkins was a vis
itor horo from Jowell City in 1877, to
help institute tho first Odd Fellows
(From tho Citizen.)
Jacob Schropf6r is building a largo
addition to his farm residence.
T. H R'uilior & Co. had tho front of
their business houso neatly lettered
Henry Burlcls has boon nursing a
growth on his leg in the nature of a
boil which caused him considerable
Chris Hicrhaus and wife, who wont
to Iowa Inst spring bucause of tho ill
ness of an uncle, have returned, bring
ing their uncle with them, lie having
recovered sufficiently to tiavol.
Nols Hanson was in town ono dav
this week hobbling about as though in
pain. On inquiry wo learned that
while lending his horses up to the
barn thoj' beenmo frightened, knock
ing him down and so in jilting him ho
was unable to leave his bod for a wrok
It is not tho best policy to allow dico
shaking in tho saloons for drinks, but
it is far hotter to have such work con
ducted within a building and screened
from tho eyes of Indies and children
than conducted openly in daylight up
on the sidewalk, as wo saw two of our
(From tho Journal.)
Mrs. Sherwood and Mrs. Albright of
Red Cloud wero horo yesterday.
Dr. Brown, formorly of Suporior,
died nt Kdgnr Inst night and was
buried there today. Death was catibud
by CHncor. Ho leaves a wifo and two
W. Reynolds, oast of Smyrna, sold
his farm for 832,000 last week to II. D.
Neighboring Toians I
OUR EXCHATMfiFS t
Meyer. Tills is W0 por aero and that
prico tins boon offered on sovoral farmb
In polioo regulation and onforoomont
of law this community has within tho
past wook tnkon advano A ground with
good results. A houso of ill famo
which has for years existed outside tho
city and onfilod tho ingenuity of tho
officials, has boon cloned permanently.
Tho responsible head of this houso was
a man of somo moans, had a vory fine
fruit farm on tho premisos and had a
good roputation for fair doaling in all
money and business matters. Last
Friday ho and all tho inmates wero
brought before a magistrate of this
precinct through a complaint hlod by
tho . county attorney. On a nartial
show of tho evidence, defendant as-
flouted to a dismantling of tho houso
immediately and an ngronnont, nuido
of record, to forever desist from tho
business. The ex iiiiiuulion of his case
was continued on his application. The
inmates all plead guilty and were lined
with the express injunction by tho
court that they abandon tho house at
once and leave tho town permanently
within twenty-four hours. All lines
and costs wero paid and defendants
complied with the injunction of tho
(From tho Times.)
Dr. H. A. Dykes has boeu vory ill
Rev. Scalnndor and family left for
Fred Clark has been increasing the
facilities of his storo at Roach.
Bert Sink shipped 212 head of fat
cattle to Chicago from Esbnn Monday.
Joe Spaulding and family of Ksbon
aro homo from their trip to tho Port
M. C Plank of Topeka, tho school
house contractor, was in Lebanon tho
first of tho week.
Beach Lamb nnd wifo and Doss
Bniley started overland Thursday for
Whito Horso, Okl.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Warner of Lin.
coin, Nob., visited ihoir cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. George Mauto. this week.
John Goochy has purchased an 80
acre farm near Indiahoma, Oklahoma,
where ho will try his luck in growing
cotton. He and his family will start
for their new homo the first of next
James Crystal was in town yester
day and informed us that three of his
sows had prconted him with thirty
six pigs. He has owned one of the
sows two years and her offspring has
netted him $107.
(From the Sentinel.)
George F. Gnlo and wifo aro homo
from their outing in tho Yellowstone
Miss Blaucho Teckor and Earl F.
Austin wero married Tuesday after
noon. Miss Viola Peak has returned to her
homo in Cowles after a visit with rela
W. H. Noad of this city has accepted
tho principalfrhip of ono of tho Colora-'
do Springs schools.
Miss Margaret Peory has gone to
Wilcox, where she will touch tho pri
nt ury grade in the public school.
II B, Kiikpatrick's family arrived
overland from Leavenworth county.
Kansas, yesterday, and will make this
city their home.
Ctutwood Bros, sued the Western
Union Telegraph Co. for $37 CO dam
age for failing to deliver a message,
aud got judgment in full.
J. Hays Bell left last night for Jin
outing in Colorado, mid from theie
will go to the City of Mexico, where ho
has a contract in railroad constructions
Tho romnins of Alonzo Droko, grand
father of Mrs. M. M. Drake, were
brought hero from Iowa for bnriM. i5e
was ono of tho old homnstoadera Mia-HeaniHvillu.
Quito a littlo surpriso was oxprnsoetJ
when it was lent tied that L. H. Kolso
and Miss Pearl E. Whito of thifl chi
liad boon married at tho homo of tho
brido'a uncle, N. G. Dyor, ovor near
Smith Center, Tuesday at 5 p. m.
II. 11. Villan., wife and Bon Harry off
Nemaha county visited last Sunday t
tho homo of P. II. Starr near Lookout?
Mountain. Thoy had started io nit.
autoiuobllo for Colorado Springs bat,
owing to tho rough condition of tk-
roads thoy deoidod to go no farthvur
than Republican City.
(From tho Roviow.)
Mrs. It. W. Patterson has boon quits
sick this week.
Dan Leonard is under tho doctoe'k
euro this week.
Charles Glick and wifo hare gone 6j
Colorado for an outing.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Kugler,
on Thursday, a baby girl.
George Enos nnd family left Wetl
nesday night for a vacation in Cuin
rado. H. lv. Shaw of Bostwick is lonkin-ff.
over tho country hero with a view to
locating. Marion Ncal was up from Ked Cloud!
Monday and reports that Mrs. Now. i
I.Simmiugton and family of AslilnnuiS
arrived Monday for a visit with ha
Max Hobart Is having tho interior iH"
his houso painted and papored am?
will occupy it soon.
Hancock Bros, aro contemplating tki
purchaso of an automobile for uat ia
their livery businoss.
W. E. Wilcox and Orris Kdnistfz
have purchased tho restaurant stocte
from Marion Noal, taking possession.
Oscar Duncan and Frank Irvin hirraS
a team Tuesday and drove out in tba
country a short distance to capture- si
(From tho Leader.
Mrs. Ed Rogers is quite sick.
Sheriff McArlhur was up from
Harm Roso has purchased the Hors
Irma Grimes visited friends nt liefiJ
Cloud over Sunday.
R. L. 1'e.z has been suffering, wltta
rheumatism this week.
Born, last Sunday, to Mr. nnd Mrs
A. O Arnold, a daughter.
Cornell & Co. have laid a cun&n
walk in front of their lumberyard.
Mia Louise Schumann bus accuplei?
a position as telepono girl at Grimes."
Georgo Hutchison and Richard Tur
ner wero up from Red Cloud Wciln
day. Gub Sodorburg will enter th Bhrr
liugt'in shops at McCook and leu,i?2 Sri
be an cnginoitr.
Mrs. A. H. Kriogsmnn gavo- party
Thursday evening in honor of Miss
Koehlor of Hastings.
Art Barcus has boon carrying on ofi'
his foot in a sling on accouute-l eomiDj
in contact with a fish-hook.
Tho nino months old daughter o5
Robert Millor, northwest of towzrdi5t
Sunday after a short illness.
John Poll, ono of the earliest settler
of tho country, died August 28, ngedi
74. Ho had been sick for a long tinm
List of lettors remaining uncnUtl
for nt postofilco at Red' Cloud,. Nd7j
for the weok ending September 7,1005:
Brown, W P Humbly, D D
Reed. Mrs A J Broughton; Jolm
Theso will bo sontto tho dead letten
ollico Sept. 21, lfton, If not called fowr
beforo. When calling for above pi aiM
T. C. IIackkic, PostHitisSe"
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