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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1898)
Wo uic now oponlng our
nnd u it invito j 011 to como
wcro bought in Now Ym k City nnd
wo know that our pi ices oro
bolow all competition.
in endless variety will bo displajed
next wcok. ,
C. L, COTTINQ,
Beautiful albums at low prices at
Read our "Farmer's Club OfTcr" in
Evcret Dyer was hero visiting with
Ills parents ouSatuaday.
John Earner is homo again after a
several months stay in Idaho.
Mrs. C. II. Kaloy left the first of the
wcok on a visit to friends in Lincoln.
Something now in heaters. "Tho
Retort". Call at V. W. Wright's and
sco it. N
Tho best cheap coal on the mirket is
Sheridan. W.,. Roby sells it and also
W. W. Wright lias tho finest lino of
stoves in the valley. Call and seo
them nnd get prices. '
Boakdkus Wanted: I am now pio
parod to furnish hoard to a number of
persons. Mas 11. W. Gullifokd.
Our boot nnd shoo trade is iuci easing
oTcry mouth. Wo give you quality,
savo you money. Gai.usiia & Wescot.
Kobcs, did you saj? Plush lobes,
dog robes, wolf lobes, goat robes, lap
robes but no MIC-robes, at J. O. But
ler's. In Mitchell comity, Kansas, there is
a precinct called Bluo Hill and like its
namesake in this county, it wont pop
ulist. W6 aro soiling tho mackintoshes of
Red Cloud because wo aro saving you
inonoy on them. GALUsnA & WES
COTT. When wo advised some of tho boys to
ro to Klondiko wo didn't think thoy
would depart boforo tho paper was out
but such is tho caso.
Mrs, Patti Jackson nnd daughter.
Mrs. Walker, loft tho first of tho week
for Lincoln, where thoy will ninko
thoir f uturo home.
If you want a good cheap heater this
winter, call nt W. W. Wright's and seo
tho now "Retort" heater. Burns slack
nnd keeps firo forty-eight hours.
Wo can show you the styles and
prices in men's nnd boy's caps that
catch tho idea of stylo and delight tho
pockotbook. Galusha & Wescott.
Got your sale bills printed nt this of
fice and tho announcement of sale will
bo printed in tho pnpor during tho
timo preceding tho salo day frco of
Leslio GravbS roturned tho last of
tho wcok from Savannah, Georgia,
whoro ho is a mombor of Co. I, third
Nebraska. Ho was called homo by tho
serious illness of his father.
Tho mombers of tho G. A. II. and nil
tho soldiers of tho war with Spain who
arc In tho city nro requested to moot nt
tho jr. A 11. hall noxt Sunday morning
::t 10 o'clock sharp nnd march in a
body to tho Baptist church, whoro Rov.
I. W, Edson will deliver an nddrcss on
our Into war with Spain.
mu Batost I
a Taken at night stops the eter-
3 nal thinking by putting you 5
5 to sleep. It feeds your brain E
so that it recovers its tone
for the next day's toil.
All drucc Ists Mil It
John Tomlinson was hero this week.
Geo. 0. Ycisor left Wcdnoadny on a
trip to Omaha.
Miss Bollo Spauoglo loft Tuesday
ovonlng for Denver.
S01110 boautiful now patterns of wall
Paper just received nt Catling's.
Hnvoyou seen J. O. Butler's now linn
ofC-Ahorso blankets, fur nnd plush
Wanted To lenso a good plnnoon
rensonablo terms. P. A. Wells, Red
Don't buy n stool rnngo or cook stovo
.....ti .1. .1. ... . .
'iimijouHco . w. Wright and get
Ed Graves of.Merna, this state, is
here, called by tho serious Illness of
Money to loan on icnl estate at low
rales. Can furnish money sanio day
of application. 0. W. Kai.ky.
Men wishing to increnso their in
como can get a paying side lino by ad
dressing P. O. Box It), Auburn, Nob.
You have heard of tho "Dutchess
pants" by tliis 'time. Cover your.legs
wiut a pair. galusha & Wkscott.
Miss Lillian Prico of RIverton who
wns visiting with Mrs. W. W. Wright
nns reiurnoil to her homo nt RIverton.
Special salo on robes, blankets nnd
all winter goods beginning September
25th for JJO days only. J. O. Butlkk.
John Wilhelmson and family left
Wednesday for Guido Rock, which
placo thoy wijl mnko thoir futuro homo.
Mrs. W.E.Jnckson left tho first of
tho week for Ft. Worth, Texas, whero
sho will mako her homo with her son
Charloy Rciglo has resigned his po
sition with Mizor & Mo Utliur and has
taken n similar position with Turnuro
Tho dinner given by the ladies of tho
Christian chuich on Thanksgiving day
was a biiccess both financially and so
cially. Deo Best of McCook hns been visit
ing with his parents at Cowles and
withfiionds in. this city for suverai
Tho Union Firolnsurauco Company
is tho best mutual. Combine risks; in
installments 8 per cent. J. 11. Smith,
Our lino of suits cntch tho careful
buyer. They combine price, stylo and
quality; tho trinity that wins. Ga
lusha & Wescott.
A saving of fuel now dnys is ono of
tho things to look after and that won
deiful "Retort" boater at W. W.
Wrights fills the bill.
Ollio Edwards, champion strnddlo
rider of tho world, who has been visit
ing with Miss McKinuoy for bovoutl
days past, left Tuesday evening for
A crowd of frozen up prniiio schoon
er travelers at rived in tho city Mon
day evening and took possession of
Friz Richardson's stable yard to es
cape tho elements.
It is rnther cold weather for people
to seek health resorts, but it is never-the-lcss
two Hint ono or moro persons
have left tho city for tho bandit of
Soothing, healing, cleansing, DoWitU
Witch Hazel Salvo is tho implacnblo
enemy of sores, burns and wounds. It
never falls to euro piles. You may roly
on It. C. L. Cotting.
J. II. Smith writes combined insur
ance for n term of fivo yenrs at 8 per
cent. On schools houses, churches and
farm property on tho installment plan.
Drop him a card at Red Cloud, Nob,
J. R. Vanllom and wife left Wednes
day morning for Kansas City whero
they will visit for a tow days nnd thou
go to Fort Scott, Kansas, whero thoy
will visit friends until tho first of tho
Wednesday niorniup tho thormmn
otor ranged about as low ns it generally
gots in this section. In this city it was
from four to 0 degrees bolow zero ami
at tho dopotit is reported to have beon
twelvo below nt six o'clock in tho
Tho Hastings barbers havo got to
gcthor nnd hereafter tho prico for shav
ing tho nooks of thoir patrons will bo
Co in addition to tho regular prico of
shaving. Hastings men must bo givon
to tho habit of wbbor-iiocking, and
their nooks must bavoj elongated
Charley Dow, formerly of this city
but for sovoral years past n residont of
Newcnstlo, Wyoming, whoro hojisen
gaged at tho work of contracting car
penter, arrived in tho city 'Sunday
morning on a visit to his parants Mr.
and Mis. Q. W. Dow, lonving ngain
Tuesday for his homo.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
attiio postoilicoat Red Cloud, Nob.
laska, for the week ending Nov , 24th,
Bowci s, Chns. Burko, J. W.
Thesolottors will bo Bontto thmlimd
letter ofllco Nov. 8th, if not called fur
before. When calling for above please
My ftdTertUed. T. 0. Haokm.F. M.
RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY. NOV. 25. 18!).
Chailey Mllllgau of Oxford was hero
Hugh Minor has returnod homo from
ntiip to Chicago.
W. T. Auld left Tuesday ovonlng for
n Hip to Denver.
Good solid overcoats for men W.00
only at Galusha & Wescott's
When you want coal go to W. B.
Roby who handles Maltland nnd Shell-
Mrs. Claik, sister of A, C. Hostuor,
left today for her homo at Cleveland,
Men's corduroy liiicri'duck eoa:at
Galiishii & Wescott's. Rubber llmd
(Jet joursalu bills pi luted at this of
lieo and j on will iceelvo a notice In tho
Mrs. Oscar Andoison and clilldien
arrived home this morning from a visit
In another column will bo found our
"Fai mil's Club OITei" which It will
pay j ou to rend.
Tho union Thauksgivlrg services at
tho Congtegallonal ohm eh yesteiday
woio quite hugely attended.
Wo shall have within live days n
dandy Meltou shit for SO.fiO. Lots of
them. Galusha oc Wescott.
Mrs. Graham, who has been visiting
rolativck lieie, left for her ho.110 at
Deadwood tho llrst of tho wcok.
Eight good papei'3 giving all tho
farm, county, state, national nnd for
eign news for 83.25. Soo our "Farm
er's Club OfTor."
1 baby daughter was ushered in
nt tho homo of Chi isl Zeiss during the
blizzard last Monday. Dr. Beck wns
We can show you moro styles of
men's and boy's underwear than tho
balance of tho town and nt less price.
Galusha A: Wescott.
John Tulleys, who is nt present
working on tho C.ill, nt Lead, South
Dakota, came down this week tospend
Thanksgiving at homo.
Mi. Myers, of Smith county, Kansas,
an old soldier fiicnd and neighbor of
Georgo Green, spout Sunday in tho
city with that gentleman.
Beforoyou buy a heating stovo seo
that "Retoi t" heater at Wright's hard
ware store. It is a wonderful heat
producer and saver of fuel.
V. It. Scrivner, real eslato man,
will soil your farm for you for n ren
sonnblo per cont, or will trado your
farms for Missouri lands. Address, V.
II. Scrivner, Red Cloud, Nobr.
T.J. Turner tho inula buyer is in tho
city again, and wishes to buy 80 hoad
of small mules 14 to 151 hands high, 4
to 8 years old. Also 20 horses weighing
from 1000 to 1500 pounds,4 to 8 yenrs ol 1.
Stock must bo sound, good llcsh nnd
Tho wind did considerable damago at
tho homo of A. J. Moans n Inst Mon
day, his corn crib being unroofed, tho
portico blown off Ids house nnd his
wngon torn to pieces. Insured in tho
Continomnl. A C. Hosmor's barn wns
moved off tho foundation and paitof
tho roof taken off. Insured iu tho Un
ion. CroaiNO Out Sale I havo decided
to olnso out my entire mock of dry
goods, boots, shoes, lints, caps, notions,
groceries, hardware, quoouswnro nnd
sail. 1 must sell to pay indobtodnoss.
It will pay ovory farmer to call in and
get sonio of these bargains. I will sell
my entire stock at a big discount for
cash. A good chnnco for somo ono
with capitnl to eugago in business. I
will sell tho building or ront it. G. A.
Ha Kins, Cowles, Nebraska.
Your dootor knows all about
foods and modlolnos.
Tho noxt tlmo you boo him.
I Just oak him what ho thinks 1
of Ood-Llvor Oil with Hypo-
phoBphltes. Wo are willing '
, to trust in his answer.
For twonty-flvo yoara doo-
tors havo prosoribod our
Emulsion for pulonoss, woak
1 noss, nervous oxhaustton, and 1
for all dlsoasos that oauso
loss in floah.
Its' croamy oolor and its '
ploasant tasto mako it es
pecially usoful for thin and
1 dolloato ohlldron.
No otlior preparation of cod-
, llvor oil 1b like it Don't loso
tlmo nnd rlak your hoalth by
taking something unknown
and untrlod. Koop In mind
that SCOTT'S EMULSION
has stood tho tost for a
quarter of a contury.
toe nd fl 00 1 tl druffUu.
SCOTT BOWNB, CtwalM, New York.
THE WKEK'8 HAl'L'KNINOS.
Georgo Contioi, from NobrnsKn, got
on n drunk Inst week 0110 night nnd
caused somo Irotiblo at his boarding
house. It required tho presence of
Marshal Starbuck to qulot him down.
Smith County Pioneer.
Kansas nnd Nobrnskn wont Br.vnn
crazy two years ago. Tho former's
mind bin clonred up by over 10,000
majority nnd tho latter lets so nearly
recovered that 10O0 will seo heron thr
right side of tho column. Smith Coun
C. L. Peek, Nebraska stato deputy of
tho Woodmen of tlio Wot Id, is in the
city in tho Interests of that order, and
will ondeavot to organl.e a lodge here.
Sovereign Schleh of Omaha will deliv
er a leetuin nt the I, O O. F. hall next
Wednesday evening explaining the
wot kings and benefits of the order nt
which lluioaud place tho Indue will be
A lectin 0 will he held in Rod Cloud
on Wednesday evening, November !I0,
by Sovereign (J. N. Schleh of Omaha,
v.. 1 1... ... .1 ........ ..."
fuumsMi, hi, (no wild -rollowv hall in
this city. Soveielgn Schleh Is a flu
ent speiiker and he will eutei lain and
pleaso you as ho will explain the spec
ial fealuies of the Woodmen of tho
World. All aio Invited. Ladies es
The thernioinetor took a decided
slump towards tho zero point last Sun
day afternoon, nnd by Mondny morn
ing a genuine blizzard was upon us.
The stcrni wns 0110 of the most so
voro for several yonrs and covered tho
ontiro northwest. Considerable loss
of stock Is reported from various parts
of tho county, but from this Immediate
vicinity no losses aro reported,
Noxt Sunday, soldiers memorial day,
will bo obsorvid at tho Baptist church.
Tholmenihors of tho Grand nrmy will
attend in a body, and tho seinion will
bo a tribute to the brave men who
havo laid down thoir lives for tho sako
of humanity in the war with, Spaii..
All returned and fin loughed soldiers
aio cordially invitod to alter d the sor
vice which will be at 10:30 a.m.
Claicnco Reed, forineily a member
of tho 10th Infantry, U. S. Regnlais,
arrived homo tho fust of tho week from
Bellevuo Hospital, New York Clly, iu
which institution ho has been since
taking pni tin tho battle of Santiago,
where ho wns shot thiough both arms
and tin ough tho bieast, receiving in
jury to his light ami which will make
that member permanently crippled.
Ho will ugain mako this place his
Tho little threo year old child of O.
B. Harvey, of Icavnle, camo near be
ing killed by an angry sow ono day
last week. A disturbance being hoard
at tho barn by another member of tho
family an investigation wns mado nnd
it was found that tho infuriated boast
had knocked tho youngstor down nnd
wns being Ik Id off by tho dog who
would grab it by tho enrs. Tho rescue
wns mado none too soon and tho little
ono was pretly badly hurt but is got
ting along all right.
Tho entertainment and supper givon
by tho D. of H. on Tuesday evening
did not moot with tho succcss.that had
been anticipated. Owing to the severe
weather tho speaker, Capt. W. O. Hen
ry of Fail moot, doputy grandmaster
of tho A. 0. U. W. lodge in this stato
failed to put in an appearance How
over, with the assistnnco of tho bi ass
band nnd McNitt and MoBrido's string
bnnd a very onjoynblo timo was had
by those present. Wo wore uuablo to
loarn tho number of now monibors
A fino boj of usual Nebraska weight
was ushered into tho world at tho
homo of J. E . Harris ton uiilos north
enst of thic city on Inst Mondny. Dr. J.
W. Mornr.villo wns in attendance and
drovo out during tho worst partof tho
storm which wns raging, leaving town
about throo o'clock, and gives it as his
opinion at tho worst drivo ho over
mado, ns at times out on tho prniiio
where tho wind had n oloan swoop tho
snow camo in such heavy clouds thai
ho could nut tell in which direction ho
wns going or whero bo wns at and al
most despaired of reaching his desti
nation or scoing homo ngain. Ho final
ly mado it nil right but had n badly
frozen too and car.
Country publishers rccoivo subscrip
tions now nnd thou fioni city firms who
can havo no interest in tho local new
of the paper. Tho following from tho
Now York Timos may explain the rea
son for thoso "foreign" subscriptions:
"A wholosalo grocer In this city, who
tins become rich nt the business, says
his wlo is that when ho soils a bill of
goods on credit vi immediately sub
scribo fot tho local paper of his debtor.
So long as his customer advertises lib
ei ally, ho rested, but ns soon as ho be
gan to contract Ids advertising space
he took tho fact as ovideuco that theie
was trouble ahead and invariably wont
for the debtor. Hu said: 'Tho man
who is too poor to mako his business
I.110WI1 I too po ir to do business, Die
withdrawn! of an adveitisemontis ov).
leuco of weakness Hint business men
aro not slow lo act upon. There'
nothing like It.' " Hero is another rea
son why iho country merchant cannot
afford to ignore advertising in tne
I hen paper, Kx.
We are overstocked
in this line and
every coat in the
, 1 house goes
Now is your
Fake, but a I
Geuuine Cost Sale. I
Come and see for m
Gowden-Mey Glutting Go. 1
1 pnrlnrc in Kncliinnr r.,l 1 ... n f'.'i
j Spectacles! Spectac es! SpectaclesI
u fitted aceurati'ly, perfectly
GST GRADUATE OP1'IOIAJ(.
j Aiiwu UKAuy atk ui'i'iuiAN.
J trial caso for testing tho oyes iu tho
uu mo optical uiisiiiess 01 mis comity.
ban can bo done olsewhoro.
ITIU.pilnwlM4lHlnrlvrM.t .1 MmIM IhM b 4Km4 it fMM
mi hmm k. mnnm . tftmu, m mmm. m.
Willi do your complicated watch
If tho lines in this -iiamond figure do not ork cheaper and hotter thnn it ciiu
appear equally black in all tho different ".? o olwjwlioro. WIRE Initial
meridians, it indicates n defect of sight HngtrRlng, 1 aoast Pins and Braco
tliat caues nervous head-ache and Bhould ots mado while you wait. Eugrav
bo corrected at ouco. Eyes tested freo. 'R ono also while you wait.
Watch oxamlnor for B. & M, Jeweler und Graduate Optician.
eity Dfav and Express Itine.
ROSS & HIFB, PROS,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAUS EXPRESS CO.
The Farmers mutual Insurance Gompany.
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
Tho largest, best nnd cheapest Farm Mutual Insurance Company in the
Over $23,000,000 Insurance Now in Effect I
Losses paid more promptly than any old lino company dulng; business.
Insures against J" J
Fire, Lightning' andTornado.
The cost of $1,000 for eight years
Call and investigate
lam tho only auilioiIz'd agout in Jtlm
I contract ami curt I omki of author tv
j to hold Ian agency for this company in
solves liable under the law,, Call and
t Ofiiee orer Miztr & MoArthur's Grocery Store. 1
nnd spoodllv bv one w,nmnini,
I havi tho In, est and" .S V?JS
I liavo tho finest and most oom pToto
va Hoy. Am bailor oauliino S ffinS
Will lit you bottof and niTn.m.r
A Good Alarm Clock for 75o.
When you como to buy this clock
you will find that I havo them and
wll not try to soil you something
higher priced. You will find nil 1
olfcr for sale equally cheap, such as
"S&AND EIGHT DAY CLOCKS. I
has just been $15.50.
the'plan of .Insurance.
Don't be Decleved by anyone, j
eoiiiily for this company, holdinir
fur tho s.unn. Anvmu. rc.. i..i...n.
tho oounty is falso nnd lay them
Special Agent, Rc4 CUtt Nehruk,
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