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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
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VOLUME XXXI I r.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 27, 1905.
Something NEW in Red Cloud We have the
only complete line of INFANTS READY
MADE WEAR in Red Cloud, consisting of Long
and Short Dresses, Jackets, Cloaks, Skirts, Shirts,
Stockings, Bootees, Rubber Diapers, etc. They
are cheaper and better than the home-made ones.
We quote a few styles and prices of
Infants Long Dresses
Made of good quality Cambric, deep hem, embroidery o C
yoke, homstitchod ruillo in nock aOC
Fancy open work and embroidorod yoko, hemstitched OA
ruillo nock, good quality cambric OUC
Embroidorod yoke, with embroidered ruillo, a good A r
quality cambric, at 4UC
Tucked and embroidorod yoko, with embroidorod ruillo, Kn
homstitchod rufilo iu neck and sloovo OUC
Koavy corded yoko with embroidered ruillo, lace in neck flK
and sleeves, embroidorod ruillo around bottom DOC
Fancy open work and tuckod yoko, embroidered ruillo, nc,
homstitchod ruillo iu sloovos and nock I O C
Emb. and tuckod yoko, emb. ruillo, homstitchod ruillo in 17 K -
nock and sloovos made of good quality long cloth. . IOC
Those aro only a fow of tho bargains we have in both long
nnd short drossos.
Pressed flannel Jackets from 25 to SOc
Crochotod Jackets from 75c to 1.00
White Flannel, por yard 25 to 4tc
White Embroidered Flannel, por yard 75c to jtt.OO
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, ETC.
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fleaisy flotes prom
5 GATHERED FROM
(From tho Advocate.)
Wo failed to montion the arrival last
week of a girl baby nt tho homo of
P. F Peterson.
Miss Daisy Montgomery reeently
-went to Lincoln to attend tho Keister
school, whore she is taking a course in
Mr. Crso of Hasting), a deputy from
tho grand lodge of tho Fraternal Life
association, has been in town thisweok
in tho interest of the order.
Tho recoption given by tho ladios of
tbo "P. E. O " society last week in tho
Masonic hall, wns ono of tho most
pleasant social' events tbnt hns taken
plnco here for some time. Tho hnll
wns brilliantly lighted by tho new
lamps which ndded luster to tho deco
rations, yellow ai.d white. A largo
tnblo was covered with a whlto spread
with yellow stnrs nnd tho lotters "P.
E O." in tbo contor, nnd covered with
cut flowers sent by absent members.
Dainty refreshments wero served and
about 150 people in attendance.
(From tho Citizen.)
Mr. Hunt, who bails from Dawson,
Nob., is tho gentlemanly now helper
at tho depot.
Mr. Ault informs us that bis son
Martin, is in a Chicago hospital under
going an operation for appendicitis,
Rev Goetz roports that at tho mis
sion feast of the German Presbyterian
churoh hold in thiH city over $85 wns
collected for mission work.
D, Rippon is carrying his arm in a
sling by reason of an accidont recoivod
while riding homo ono day ?y, rook.
Ho was seated on a box in The roaf of
his spring wngon. when unnoticed his
boy, who was driving, struck the
horses with tho whip, which threw
Dick out. He caught and managed to
Neighboring Tomns I
alight right ond up with caro but tho
inonientum throw htm into tho ditch in
such n manner as to badly sprain his
Campbell is beginning to put on n
metropolitan nir and with it comes
motropolitnn transactions. Lnst week
n smooth guy giving his nimo as Geo.
Duncan and who labored as a carpen
ter for Contractor Davis tired of work
and thought ho would movo.but beforo
going wished to replenish bis coffers
somewhat, so on Saturday evening
forged a fow cheeks on his employer
and passed one of $10 on O. Gagnon
and another of liko amount on G. A.
Firkins. This boing tho extent of tho
blank check in his possession nnd tho
game working so smoothly ho pnssed
an order on H. Holizman for a $4 pair
of boots, supposedly to ptotect his
foot in his flight. Ho is supposed to
hnvo tnkon tho Sunday freight onst for
pastures now and groon. At last re
ports nothing had boon dono by tho
victims to secure his capture.
(From tho Messenger.)
Ralph Bnrgor returned last Satur
day from Mexico nnd Arizonn, whore
ho bought 9,000 shoop.
At six o'clock last Wednesday oven
ing, October 11, 1005, nt tho homo of
iho bride's parents south of this city,
Mr. Milt Perry nnd Miss Grnco God
frey, weio united in nmrringo by Rev.
J. L. Horrodsborg, of tho Plains
country, linishod n now rosidonco on
his farm last weok and had n regular
old fashioned log rolling time last Sat
urday night. Fifty Riiosts woro panic
ipants in tho dance.
Little Arthur Mead, the 21 months
old babe of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kings,
buiy, died at the home in this city last
Friday evening at f o'clock. Tho fun.
tral was conducted by Kev. dark at
tho hotiso Saturday at b o'clock, ami
tho remains laid to ret iu the Fairviow
A prnirio lire down in Kd Strami-
thaii's neighborhood last Thursday
forenoon caused consiilm ablo excite
mnntfora fow hours. In what way
tho lire got started no 0110 soenis to
know. A good ninny acres of prairie
were burned, nlso soveral tons of feed
(From tho Lender.
Tho Farmers olovntor is just nbout
A now fttrnnco is boiug put in nt tho
M. E. church.
Sheriff McArthur wns in this city
Tuesday on oflleinl business.
John Gnrber, republican cnndidato
for clork, was in town Tuesday.
A largo amount of grain and stock
is being markotod nt this point.
Oliver Hodge, republican ..ndidato
for sheriff, was in town Thursday.
Alex holverson is building a largo
barn 40 x 00 for P. Schlitman on his
Cltns. Winfrey, R C. Potter nnd
Judge Keonoy woro up from Rud
J. L. Boswoll of Kontucky. has nc
copted a position with R. A. Simpson
in his roul estato nnd insuranco oilico.
A pretty wedding occurred at tho
Catholic church Wednesday, October
18, nt 9 a. m., when W. J. Dnunor and
Miss Filepono Huppert wore hnppily
wedded, tho Rev. Father Lougnoi of
Red Cloud ofliciating.
(From tho Journal.)
Born, to Mr. and Mis. Frank Miller,
today, a daughter.
Thirteen electric lights aro being
placed in and around tho Burlington
Miss Myrlo Gittiugs enmo down
from Red Cloud to visit her pntonts
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cowden and
children returned to thoir homo in
Red Cloud last evening.
Jim Clinrloton wont to St. Joe, Mo.,
today, whoro ho is employed on the
St. Joo nnd Grnud Islnnd railroad.
Over a hundred young people in
tended tho Epworth Lenguo mooulight
party at Mr. Lunt's last ovoning. The
evening was plensnnt and thoso pres
ent report having a good time.
Mrs Nancy George, oged eighty-two
years, died last Sunday at tho homo of
her daughter, Mrs. A. Wiles, near
Rubens, Kansas. Sho loaves eight
children. Tho remains woro intorred
in tho Evergreen cemetery.
Tho Woman's Relief Corps at Fair
bury gave a reception last night in
honor of Mrs. O. E. Adams, of this
city. Mrs. Adams also attended tho
stnto moating of the Daughters of the
Revolution thero yesterday.
(From tho Times.)
Uriel Kimsoy, tho nino-yonr-old
dnughtor of Will Kimsoy, wns ncci
dentnlly shot through tho light foot
with a rovolver by her brother Mon
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nato Smith left Fridav
for Indinnoln, Iown, to nttond tho regi
montal reunion of tho 34th Iowa Vol.,
in which Mr. Smith served during tho
J. O. Price's oldost boy was thrown
off of a horso Inst Friday, and his right
oidow badly fractured. This samo
little fellow was injured by lightning a
few months ago.
W.T. nnd J. J. Mays, who recently
purchased 0500 head of shoop in Wy
oming and Now Mexico, sold 2300
head of them in Denver last Friday
making u nico little prolit of 8800.
Lat Thursday little Matt Regan,
sort ofjMontio Regan, was kicked by a
colt and sustained a fracture of tho
frontal and nasal bones, oomp'o ely
severing tho bones of the nose (mm
tho frontal bono and driving the bone
A friend of the hom
Afoa of th Trust
tOomplicB with th Pur Food Lswa
of all Stntaa.
of tho nose down into tho roof of tho
T. S. Spurrier and daughter MIrb
Byo returned home last weok fiom
their Colorado, Washington, Portland
exposition and St. Paul, Miuuosotn
trips. They were gone seven weeks
and enjoyed themselves immensely.
(From the Sentinel.)
R. M. 1'atteiHon died at his home in
Ri voi ton Wednesday of blood poison
ing, at the age of 81) years. Interment
was made in the Franklin cemetery
From a recent lettor from S. G. Mc-
Mastor wo learn that they have moved
from Long Beach, California, to Pasa
denn, nnd that he has been promoted
to tho wholesale ollleo of the Southern
California Lumber Co. of Los Angeles.
F. W. Suffen of Urn Cloud and Miss
Mjrtlo Barstow, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Bmstow and sistor of Mrs. L
It Borland of this city, were .married
by Rev. Meeker at tho M.E pnrsonngo
at Bloomington, Monday, October 10.
Fire broke out in tho cngino room of
tho Free Press oilico yesterday morn
ing and only for tho prompt action of
it volunteer bucket brigttdo might have
resulted disastrously. As it was the
blaze was quickly subdued and no
The comfortable homo of Mr. nnd
Mis. Geo. Drake on Macon prairie was
the scono of a pretty wedding at high
noon Wednesday, October 18, when
their eldest daughter, Miss Lulu, be
came tho bride of Mr. Fred T. Moots,
Rev. A. A. King pastor of tho M. E.
Miss Hazel Snyder visited Miss
Mabel Bovd Sundny.
Miss Grace Reed wns a passenger
for Bine Hill Mondny.
A. Waffle nnd son Penrl drove to tho
county soat Wednesdny.
Miss Nellie Williams loft Monday for
a month's visit in Iown.
Mrs. Martin of Roselnnd is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Snyder.
Mrs. Ziegler of Colorado is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. A Woodsido.
Mr. Alexander expects to move back
in his proporty on east Main street.
R. C. Chevalier and wifo drovo oyer
to Campboll Sunday and spent the day.
Lloyd Rued and sisters spent Sunday
nt tho homo of their brother, Fred
Mrs. Letnor roturncd homo Wednes
dny, nfter a two weeks' visit with hor
daughter, Mrs. Hattio Kolso.
Davo Crow returned from Grand Is
land Monday, whore ho had boon visit
ing his son, who is attending school
Wayno Reed and family Bpont Sun
day at the home of Mrs. Rood's par
ents, H. B. Boyd and wifo.
Mrs. Fred Piel, who was quite badly
burned Inst weok whon her two daugh
ters lost thoir lives, is getting along as
nicoly as could bo expected.
Farmers aro busy husking corn.
Fred Fooner sold coveral loads of
hogs last week.
Mrs. Clyde Albin passed through
horn Wo tnesday.
G W Bilker and wife woio guests of
O, W Ft Ink' Thursday.
M- Osi'iir .Minim and clii droti re
turned Smuidny ovmitig from Stella,
Neb., whoro they had boon visiting tho
past two weeks.
John Martin of Mt. Clare wiw on thtr
creek one tiny this week.
Miss Klllo Konzack visited nearr
Eckloy the llrst of the week.
Mrs. O W. Frlnk nttondeil her sin
ter's birthday dinner nt Aniboy WecF
nesdny. John Conyonrs rocoivod word Sun
day morning of tho donth of his wlfev
who has boon visiting in Mahomot, III..
Mr. Conyonrs nnd son loft for Ma
homot Sunday evening. Mrs. Con
yonrs has beou suffering with asthma-,
ror Homo time, but her condition wn.
not thought to bo dangerous Mrs.
Conyonrs wns nlso tho mothor of Mrs,
Low Smith of this plnco. Tho bereaved
husband nnd children hnvo tho aytupa
thy of their many friends here.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS II
"CHE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BT
CLAY. ROBINSON A COMPANY,.
fcJVQ STOCK OOMMISSIOr
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OMAHA, SIOUX OITY. ST. JOSEPH
Kanha3 City. Oct. 21 Rocoipt or
cattlo Monday woro 20,000. Choice- to
prime hoof stoors woro scarco but tho
market weak for them. Medium to
plain wostorns woro numerous anot-
prlcos for this kind weak to 10 cents
lower. Cows woro steady. StookertK
nud feeders slow but nbout steady;
calves aotivo and steady, bulls do. It.
Receipts today woro 20,000. Best
boovoH woro active nnd firm; others',
steady. Cows, hoifors, calves, bulls,,
stockors and feeders all sold at steady
Tho following tablo gives quotations'
Extra prlmo corn-fodstoora. ,?5 45-G CO
Good corn fed steers 5 00-0 MP
Ordinary corn foil stoors. . . . 4 00-5 00
Choice corn fed heifers 4 75-f 45.
Good corn fed hoifors 1 10-4 75-
Medium corn fed hoifors. ... .'J 50-4. 10
Ohoico corn fod cows 4 00-4 25
Medium 2 75-3 25.
Cunnors 1 50-2 25.
Clioico stags 4 00-JIJO"
Choico fod bulls 3 2f-3 7.7-
Bologna bulls .. 2 00-2 TO
Veal calves 5 00-G 25
Good to choico native or
wostorn stockors 3 5CM(KK
Common 2 75-3 25
Good to choico heavy native
feeders 0 85-4 25.
Good to ohoico heavy brand
ed horned feeders 3 25-3 75
Common 2 75-3 00
Good to choico stock hoifors 2 75-3 00-
Good to choico stock calves,
stoors 4 00- 25
Good to choico stock calves,
hoifors 3 00-3 C0'
Clioico wintered grass stoors
3 50-4 cry
Good 3 25-3 50.
Pal r 3 00-3 25
Choico grass cows 2 70-3 00
Common..; 2 00-2 CW
Receipts of hogs Monday wero 700Oi
Tho niarkot oponod weak to 5 cent .
lower but closed strong. Receipt
today woro 10,000. Trudo oponod 5
cents lower but closed firm. Bulk of
sales woro from 85 10 to 85 17; top
?5.20. Rocoipts of shoop Monday woro 30Ott
aud tho market strong. Receipts to
day woro 3500 and pricos 5 to 10 conta
higher. Wo quoto choice Innibs $725-
to 7.50; ohoico yonrlings $5.25 to 5.50;:
ohoico wothors 85.15 to 5.80; choice;
owes 85 00 to 5,25.
Are Ysu Using Allen's tot-Ease?
Shako into your shoes Alloa's. FooJu-
Enso, a powdor. It euros Corns, Ban-
ions, Painful, Smarting, Hot, Swollon
foot. At all druggists and shoo store,..
That Settle's t.
When n Colorado sand stono walk ij
laid that sett los it. Sou Overing Brc
&Oo. for prices.
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