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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
$1 a. Year
VOLUME XXXII L
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, DECEM1VER l,
IN ALL COLORS AND
We have also placed in stock a fine line of
We wish to call particular attention to our line of
INFANTS' READY-MADE WEAR
Mndo of good quality Cambric, deep hoin, ombroidory
yoko, homstitchod ruillo in nock
Fancy open work and embroidered yoko, homstitchod
ruillo neck, good quality cauibriu
Embroidered yoko, with embroidered ruillo, a good
quality cambric, at
Tucked and ombroidorod yoke, with embroidered ruillo,
homstitchod ruillo in nock and sloovo
Keavy corded yoko with ombroidorod rullle, laco in nock
and sloovos, ombroidorod rutllo around bottom ....
Fancy opon work and tuckoM yoke, ombroidorod ruillo, r7f
hemstitched ruiilo in sleovos and nook J L
Emb. and tucked yoko, emb. ruillo, hemstitched ruillo in T"1 tr
nock and sloovos made of good quality long cloth. . Itw
Pressed flannel Jackets from 25 to SOc
Crochotod Jackets from 75c to $ I.OO
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, ETC.
(From the Sentinel.)
Horn, on November 2!M, to Mr. and
Mrs. Loon Livougood, a son.
Jan. N. Scott has sold the Hon Ton
rt'staurant building to Dr. J. P. Fecso
John Blank, tho ronl estate man of
Hildreth, was in town Tuesdav night
writing life insurance.
S B. Turnipsoed has sold his lino
half section six ides oast of Franklin
to Leon Livongood, ono of his neigh
bora, for IS00O
Miss Uoulnh Logan, for seven yonrs
a missionary in Microneshi, will speak
at tho Congregational church both
morning and ovoning Sunday, Deo. 8.
Fred Kruso says ho has one-half
day's husking yet and he will bo
through. Ho says his corn averages
a little hotter than thirty bushels an
Mrs. Louisa Blum was most agreo
ably surprised by a number of her
f i lends appearing at her homo Tuesday
with well tilled dinner baskets to assist
in the celebration of her birthday.
parent's, Mr. and Mrs James Shradcr,
near Oherlin, Kansas ut noon Sunday
November 12, llKto, Miss Anna l'earlo
Slirailer and Mr Herbert Kakins, Rev.
Ktif-scll Miller, who is janitor at the
Methodist churoli, met wiili a very pain
ful and serious accident, causod by an
explosion of a can of wooil alcohol
which burned him severely. His lofl
hand and face were badly burned.
LIP, SYC-CK MISHITS AT
VHE VVBCKG TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY, ROBINSON A COMPANY,
Mvc a took oommission
I GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
fleuisy totes prom Neighboring Touins I
GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
(From the Leader.
Dr. Asher was up from Red Cloud
Born to Mr. and airs. John Men to a
fine boy on Monday, Dr. Wegman in
ST. P. Sykeaof Blam township, Adams
county, suicided Wednesday by shoot
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Banks are tho
proud parents of a pretty little girl
M. R Owen of Lincoln, and Bossio
Koutzof Bellovillo, Kansas, were mar
ried Nov. 16th.
Dr. Wegman reports a tino girl baby
born to Mr. and Mrs. John F. Green
R. A. Simpson and wife royally on
tertninod tho whist club at thoir home
Dr. Wegman reports a pretty littlo
girl baby born to Mr. and Mrs. Ford
Dr. Thomson was called over near
Bladon one day this week to attend a
Mr. Lampher who had suffered a brok
en collar bone.
Mr 8. T A. McDonald, assisted by hor
Sunday School class, Tho Bright Stars,
gate a social at the Christian church
last Saturday. A large number attend
ed and enjoyed tho event.
Louis Hunt and Miss Clara Rickotts,
both of Republican City, were united
ia marriage at Naponeo.
A new girl arrived at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stewart early Mon
day morning to assist in the house
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. R. V.
McGrew died at Lincoln Saturday,
having spont only a very few days in
H. H Shaw received a severe injury
to his eye Monday. While threshing
at (Juinn's tho lubricator blow off, and
tho broken glass cut his eyo quito
Miss Lucy Harris entertained a
mi in her of the bachelor girls at her
home Saturday evening, tho event be
ing in honor of Miss Robinson aud
(From tho Journal.)
Dick Gray, formerly of Superior, is
The typhoid patients at Mr. Shaffer's
are some bettor.
William M tors' blacksmith shop at
Webber was burned down Saturday
J. L. Galbroth has purchased S. N.
Johnston's lino driving horso aud
Bos8emoyor Bros, began excavating
for their new elevator at Webber on
J. L. Mondonhall, traveling freight
agent for the B. & M., was in Superior
Tho Shippers Association shipped
out tlm o cars of hogs and ono of cattle
Arthur Bradshaw has sold his drug
store in DoWitt and has purchased a
drug store at 1G25 South 17th St. in
Mr. Goer, father of E. E. Goor, who
has been visiting beio for tho past
week, leaves this evening for Red
Cloud to visit another son. From
there ho will relurn to his homo in
Republican City, Neb.
(From tho Review.)
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Link Clow, a
tine baby hoy weighing 12 pounds.
Mrs. Geo. Marshall received a fall
last week, quite seriously injuring her.
Mrs. Thus. Clark, who has boon quito
seriously sick for a couple of weeks, is
reported no liot'.er.
A baby boy was horn at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hurgost. The
boy weighed 12 pounds
Mrs. Bminet's mother, who was
thrown from a buggy and seriously in
jured, is recovering slowly.
Mike Sulivau and Miss Maggie (.ran
ev were nianh'd in lied Cloud, Wed
nesday The groom is a sou of the late
Jerry K Sullivan and the bride is the
second daughter ot Mr. and Mrs James
(1 1 aney.
(From tho Citizen.)
Mr. and Mrs M. Hollister wont to
Siroiusbtirg Monday to attend the
funeral of a nephew.
Fied Gnml was over from tho Hill
Monday to assist. Architect Bishop in
looking over the site for his new build
ing. Mrs. J. G. Rhino, who was o resident
of this neighborhood in the early days
and a daughter of Mrs. Holycross, re
turned to hor homo in Charleston, Mo.,
last Monday, after a pleasant visit with
relatives and friends for a few weeks.
Robert Maddou camo in on last oven
inn's train and will visit for a time at
the homo of L. 11. Eastman. Rob has
so much recovured from rheumatism
that he is again holding down his old
position in tho B. & M. shops at Have-lock.
'VFIOBS AT OHIOAOO, KANSAS OITY,
OMAHA, 8IOUX OITY. ST- J08EPH
Kanhah City, Nov. 28. Rocolpts of
cattlo thus fur this wook aro 25,1100;
last wook, 35,000; Inst yoar, 118,000.
PriooH Monday woro generally ilrm on
all offerings. Today's aupply of hoof
Htoera wiih rather light and tho inquiry
active for thorn at strong to 15 con tit
higher rates, Cowh and hoifors sold
strong to 10 cents higher; Htookors aud
feeders strong to 10 conts higher.
Tho following table gives prices
Mxtra prlmo corn-fed Htoorfl. .$5 00 5 05
Good corn fed stoors 4 50-5 75
Ordinary corn fed steers.... .'1(15-1,00
Choice corn foil holfoiH 4 00-1 50
Good corn fed honors 50-4 00
Medium corn fed hoitors.... 2 50-.'! 50
Choice corn fod cows .'1 50-4 00
Good 2 75-3 25
Medium 2 iW-i! 75
('minors 1 .10-2 25
Choice slims 4 00-4 25
Choice fed bulls 3 25 'Mr,
Good 2 50-1! 00
Bologna bulls 1 75-2 25
Veal calves 5 000 00
Good to choico native or
western Muckers II 25-.'! 75
Common 2 25-2 85
Good to choice heavy native
feeders !1 00-4 00
Fair ,'100-3 00
Good to choice heavy brand
ed horned l'eedoi s .! 25-.'! 50
Fair H 00-1125
Good to choico stock hoifors 2 50-3 00
Good to choico stock calvos,
stoors .'150-4 00
Fair 5150 100
Good to choico stock calves,
hoifors 3 00-3 50
Choico wintered grass stoors
;i rU-4 w
Good 3 25-3 50
Fair .3 00-1! 25
Choico grass cows 2 75-3 00
(From tho Advocate.)
Frank Walrath, tho shernff, took E.
Carpenter to Lincoln to tho asylum
Mr. Garonco Hartley and Miss
Lonisa bailor were united in marriage
Wednesday at Alma. - '
Frank Wilcox left for B no - i 1 1 Sat
urday night to take up hi- duties with
the C. 1! & Q there
(From tho Advertiser.)
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Auam Omrr,
Saturday evening, twin babies, a boy
and a girl.
Mrs Ellen Wahub is improving her
pioperty in tho northwest part of town
by having an addition built to bor
Tho Misses Bronnan entertained a
number of thoir friends Sunday even
ing in honor of thoir cousin John Bron
nan who is visiting them. About fifty
guests were present.
Ivan Huntsingor, tho thirteen year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Huntsing
or of E-bun, was kicked in the faco by
a horse Sunday morning and lay un
conscious until about thro i o'clock in
Ed Kelly, a young follow from Jow
ell, whs arrested here Monday evening
clmm d with stealing a pair of patent
ih H -hot", a pair if tiousers and a
huh f itilereiothe from a room in a
hi I'liiiitia Fiiday
(From the Times.)
A. L. Topliff is tusseling with a se
vere cold and tonsilitis.
Bonnie Durctt, assistant county
treasurer of Smith county, was a Leb
anon visitor Saturday.
H. N Dunton sold 880 acres of Nor
ton county land last week to parties
from eastern Nebraska.
Bill Rogors, whilo at woik on a crib,
fell off a ladder and sprained his ankle
and is now on tho limp.
Misses Mattio and Minnie, Henry
whilo husking corn last Friday, killed
a big sKunk that tilted tho scales at
John Yoarick is another Lebanon
boy mado happy. He wont out to
Cheyenne county lust week with Doc
Hobbs and bought a 160 aero farm for
Jamos F. Leonard died Sunday, Nov.
10, 1005, at the ago of eighty years and
seventeen days. Undo Jimmy, as ho
was familiarly called, was bom in Ken
tucky, Oct. 2, 1825.
U. S. Macklin was in robins tho first
of tho week.
H. C. Chevalier drove to Blue Hill
Tuesday on business.
Miss Mabi-l Boyd spont Sunday with
Miss Eitelle Richendifor.
Charloj Hallor and wife left Wednes
day for a visit in the west.
Mrs. Springor spont Sunday at the
homo of Mrs. J. M. Loekhatt.
Miss Anna Curr is spending the wook
at tho h mo of Charles Cowley.
oMr. Bochtor visitod with his sister,
Mrs. Macklin, Saturday and Sunday.
Miss DeMars went to Campbell Wed
nesday to suend Thanksgiving at hor
Fred Andrews spent Sunday at the
homo of his undo, 11. B. Boyd, south
Misses Ruth and Francos House
holder camo up from Rosemont to
Mrs. Ziegler, who has been visiting
her daughter, Mis Woodsldo, left
Wednesday for her homo in Colorado.
Mrs. WoodBido uccompanied bor as far
Republican City, whoro alio will visit
Rocoipts of hogs thus far this wook
aro 22 400; last week, 23. 200; last year,
31,100. Monday's market was nctivo
but weak to 5 conts lower and today
trade oponod strong and closes 5 conts
higoor with bulk of sales from $1.72
to 4.85; top 1.87.
Rocoipts of shoop thus far this wook
aro 5400; last week, 0300; last yoar
10 100. Monday's market was 10 to 15
conts higher and today's trado Arm
and brisk. We quote: choico lambs,
7.00 to 7 15; choice yearlings, $5.75 to
G.OO; choico wothors, 15 50 to 5.75; choico
owes, 9b ou to o.io.
Is Your Farm For Sale?
If it is, do not list it with too many
agents. Each ono procoods to knock
tho other follow out of u salo. List
exclusively with mo at a roasonablo
prico and I will guarantee a salo.
J. H. Bailey, Rod Cloud.
A MATim MFMALTH
(From tho Messonger.)
Carl Koronke of Cedar township was
kicked in the stomach by a horso last
Thursday andseriously injured.
Archie Coolridge returned last Fri
day night from Colorado whoro bo waw
called to attend tho funeral of a niece.
Mrs. Lavisn Richardson, daughter of
Jhn Shockley, died vestorday at 11
o'clock at the homo north of this eit.v
of lung trouble Sho was 80 years oh .
M'irriod, at tho homo of tho brido'r
Ucat Grain Market.
(Furnished by J. P. Dolaney.)
Friday, Dec. 1.
Old shelled corn
New shelled Corn 20o
Ear Corn, now 27
That Settle's It.
en a Colorado snail stono walk in
d that settles it.
yCii tor prices.
Sue Overing Bro.-.
HOt Au UAKIMO PO "O'J
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