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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1899)
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ItED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, SEPT. 2i, 185,
When you piek oat
you Outer Garments
for the SeasoD you ujant
Them 1)4 STYLE,
Well then get the "Palmer
Garment and you will be sure
of it. Its the best we ean find.
Gome in and see this one.
Black Kersey, strapped back and front, trimmed with
small buttons, double breasted, shaped front,
satin lined throughout, only $12.25.
Don't Yorj Heed a Daek Goat?
If so why not buy where you can get the best for the least gp;j
money. You can do it by buying at our store. p
Our price is the mognet that draws. gj
Just received a large shipment of shoes which f$j
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and style. Don't forget the place.
The recent cold nights remind us of
O. P. Mornnvlllo'a littlo boy is quit
II. D. Hunter hoB traded for the Jno.
Fred Watt has purchased the Robin
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Crow on
Wednesday morning, a girl.
M. Adamson, republican oandldate
for sheriff was In town Monday.
Rumors are afloat that a license has
been procured and another wedding
will occur soon.
Mr. Eddy has another kiln of brick
whioh he will opon Boon. Ho will put
up another kiln at once.
D. MoCallum, E. O. Parker and oth
ere are shelling their corn this week.
Some 12,000 oushels or moro.
Archio Redden was passing around
the cigars Saturday, confirming the
report that ho wasmarriod on tho20th.
S. A. Reddou will havo a public sale
next Wednesday and James Robinson
next Tuesday. Thoy aro both going
Mr. and Mrs. Isaao Crow sturtod for
a visit to their former homo at Corn
ing, Iowa. They have not boen there
for fourteen years.
Grant Sohidler mot with ft, bad ncci-
dent Wednesday whilo cutting cane
with a horse cutter, by getting his legs
badly cut. Dr. Faoe was called.
Marriod, at the residence of W.J.
Harris on Sunday morning, September
81th, William .Harris and Gertrude
Hodson, E. O. Parker officiating.
At the populist cauous Saturday
John Brooks was nominated for asses
sor, G. W. Simpson justico of the
peace, and Goo. Garbor for constable
Mrs. Kellum, mother of A. M. Hel
ium, living nine miles northeast of
here, died Tuosday. Tho funeral ser
vices wore conducted at the Friond
church south of North Branch. Mrs.
Kellum was an agod lady who roconily
came here for her health.
There's nothing in Ivory Soap but soap, good, pure
vegetable-oil soap. There's nothing to make the linens
Streaky, no alkali to injure the finest textures. The
lather forms quickly and copiously, and wash-day is a
pleasure instead of a drudgery. Try it for the next wash.
The price places it within reach of every one. Look
out for imitations.
We have the largesn assortment in the valley both in cot
ton and wool, ranging in price from 50c to $8 per
pair. All blankets full double bed size.
Now is the time for
FALL and WINTER DRESSES jj
of all kinds. Having received our fall line of dress goods fed!
comprising in ovemes, r rencn urepons, v enetian cioxn,
Mohair, Orocaded Wool and Silk Fancies in black
and colors, serges, Henriettas and cashmeres,
Plaids in Wool and silk, also a nice lot of
Worsteds very nice for school dresses.'
"Calicoes ! Well I Guess So."
Just take a look
at our center counters.
and 12 l-2c per yard.
4c, 5c, 6c, 10c ggj
"OUTING FLANNELS? OF COURSE."
One fourth oi the shelving on the north side of our store is
filled with choice patterns at 5o, 7c, 8c, 10c and
12 l-2c. Extra heavy for cloaks at 20c.
Woathor cool and windy.
Albort Keaglo will move
Cloud iu tho near future
Prank VanDyko and wifo wore tho
guests of Harris Noble Sunday.
Alien Cnrpontor and wife wore tho
guests of Wm. VanDyko Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks of Franklin
wero the guests of R. C. Wilson last
Thoro are four molasses mills in
Sino this fall and all doing a good bus
iness. W. A. VanDyko of Clovoland, Ohio,
is visiting with Wm. VunDyke and
Joo Salnden and family uttended tho
lovo feast at the Dunkard church last
Prof. Shannon roports his school
getting along nicely with a good attendance
Quito a uumbor from Lino uttonded
tho tabomaclo meeting on Walnut
Tho birthday party glvon in honor
of John Rochor was largely attended.
All report a good timo'
E. W. Anderson roports tho tabor
nablo meoting on Walnut crookas hav
ing closed without much succoss.
Miss Molvinu VanDyke is home
from the salvation army meeting at
Wilcox and othor places, and reports
Tho school in DIst. No. 8 is not at
tended as well us it should bo. Out of
forty-six children of school age only
foui toon wero enrolled last week.
Red Cloud. Nebr.
May Renkol is reported sick this
Mr. Eddy is back again from altond
ingconforonco. A cold wave struok this locality Wed
nesday afternoon. Look out for snow.
Kov. J. E. Rippotoo will takn Rev.
Blackwell's place at Inavalo for the
coming year. Ho will preach at Ina
valo. Pleasant l'rairie, Rlvorton and
May Kelso died Sunday night of ty
phoid (ever altera protracted HlnoHsof
several weeks Slio was burled Tues
day in tho Payno burying ground,
Tho heartfelt sympathy of tho entiro
community is extended to the be
Tho republicans of Wobstor county
do not need to be told that their con
vention placed in nomination an ex
ceptionally strong ticket- Its person
olio demonstrates that fact. From top
to button the county ticket is good and
will unquestionably command a strong
support. Thoro can bo no reasnoable
objection to any nominoo. Individual
character and personal worth aro tho
distinguished features. Tho wholo
ticket can bo elected, but wo will not
indulge our readers with illusions or
vuinglorious predictions of success.
Normally the republicans are in tho
minority in this county. Of late years
when thoy huvo namod popular candi
dates: made u vigorous campaign and
brought out tho republican voto, they
havo been successful in electing at
leust a part of tho ticket. This year
tho nominations are so strong and
worthy in tho public estimation that
tho wholo ticket can be elected by a
propor effort. Organization, earnest
work, a full poll of tho republican voto
and tho personal strength of tho nomi
noos among tbolr friends, will achieve
victory. Tho republicans should make
up their minds to go in for a complete
triumph and every nominee.
What Do the Children Drink.
Don't glvo them tea or coffee. Have
you tried tho new food drink called
Grain-O. It Is delicious and noutish
ing and takes tho placo of coffee The
more UtBin-0 yon give the children
the mora health yon distribute tnrough
their h stems. (haln-U is made of
puroginlns, and when pioperly pre
pared tastes like the choice grades of
coffee hill costs about one-fourth as
much. All groi'oiB sell it. IGo and 25a.
Card of Thank.
Wodosiro to thank those friends who
so kindly and sympathetically assisted
us during tho illness and final depart
uro of our son and brother.
Pktkic Him. and Famim .
Aguiualdo's appeal to thopoweis has
at yet received no answer except from
tho democrats and populists, and thoy
lost thor power some three years ago.
He Wanted to be Alone.
"Everybody," says tho Chandler
(Kansas) News, "knows Bill Tlghlraan,
and it would bo no troublo to And a
thousand mou who would hot their
hats that Bill wouldn't run from any
thing on earth. But last weok ho made
a disorderly retreat, and this is how it
happened: William hankered for fish
and took a stick of dynamite, wont to
the creek, lit tho fuse and tossed it in
to tho pool. Tho family dog, a Bmall
spaniel, accompanied him. Ono of
Fido's accomplishments was to chaso
and bring back anything which had
hem thrown into the water, and per
ceiving a chanco to distinguish him
self, he rushed in, grabbed tho stink of
dynamito and proceeded as ho had
been taught, to bring it to his mustor.
Right heio was whoro the retreat bo
gan. Tighlman rushed wildly through
tho timber, yelling, "Go 'war, Fido, go
'way!" while FIilo frisked arily along
after him, carrying tho dynamito with
tho sputtering fuse trailing out behind.
By masterly leg work Bill managed to
keep ut a tuleiubly safe distance uiitH
tho thing wont off. After a careful
search of the neighboihood a small
lock of curly hair wus found sticking
to a jack-oak, and Tighlman will havo
this put in a gold locket, to keep as a
souvenir of tho only thing ho ever ran
Republican County Central Committee
A mooting of the Republican couuty
contrnl committee is hereby called at
the ollicoJrooniH of ,), R. Morcer in tho
Moon block, city of Red Cloud, at 2
o'clock p.m., Tuesday, Ootobor .'J, 1899.
Tho attendance of tho ontiro commit
too Ik earnestly desired.
Madison Finch, Chairman.
E. J. Ovkrino, Jr., Secretary.
Tho lopublican voters of the City of
Rod Cloud, Nohiaskit, aro requested to
meet at the coin t house on Thursday,
October 12th, 1809, at 7:80 o'clock p.m.
for the purport of nominating ono
assessor, two justices of tho peaco, and
two constables and to attend to such
othor business as may oomo boforo tho
W. II. ltoiiv,
W. A. MlTUUKM.,
Tho Ciiikk and
tto year for $1.25.
Chicago Inter Ocean
The tepubllcan voters of Red Cloud
precinct aie ieiiot.tod to moot at tho
court house on Saturday aftornoon,
Ootobor 7th, at a o'clock p.m. to nomi'
nato precinct olUeois.
Omykic Hkuiik, Com.
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