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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1899)
THE RED CLOUD CIIIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 18f.
ciui osiy b made tlic iyt'-inu by a J
slight 3tain aud abuse No organ J
of the human system will snap no t
t quickly as tho ej. Work wont J
ft UUl I u
( Tako the Jeweler nnd Engrnvers
J eye It does tho vtry hardest kind
of work outly a ml lite. !
Constant Glass Pro-
I tection Saves It. J
Wo have helped other eyes. Wo J
ft liU UUI7 JUUIOt
New ho use Bros.,
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jewelers ana upticutu.
Bring u your Watch, Clock unci Jewelry 4
work. We do the best work. 4
Leave your orders with us when 4
J wanting a nico hair chain braided.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Everything at cost at Taylor's.
Hammock's at cost at Taylor's.
J. S. Whito was in IMuo Hill this
J. F. Grimes of Bluo Hill was hero
Thoy aro tho loaders. Cooper
wagons at Peterson's.
Uohos, robes, robes. All kinds of
robes at J. O. Butler's.
Geo. Hutchison of Cowlos was hero
tho first of tho week.
See tho "Amorican" hog fence at
Mitchell Bros. Best on earth.
See Wright's lino of warm weather
gasolino stoves before purchasing.
All kinds of light harness at Fogel &
Hutchison's, Red Cloud and Cowles.
Walter Roby sells tho Singer sowing
machine. Prices right. Got tlio host.
Robert Mi-Bride was looking after
business matters at Guido Rock Mon
thly. Everett Dyor of MeCook was here
Sunday and went out with one of the
Miss Helen Roby returned homo
Wednosdny evening from a prolonged
visit at sovcral points in the cast.
Miss Myrtle Dean of Crete, sister of
Rev. Dean of this city will visit hor
brother here for about a week.
SW. W. Tullcys went to MeCook Wed
nesday where ho expects to secure a
position with the B. & M. at that place
Don't stand tho heat of a cook stovo
this summer but buy a gasoline stovo
of W. W. Wright. Ho has a fino lino of
Loggins and driving mitts, just tho
thing to keep out the cold, full line at
Fogel & Hutchison's, Red Cloud and
Old fashions in dress may bo revived
but no old-fashioned medicine can re
place Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. For salo by
H. E. Grieo.
Despite the rain, about thirty trionds
of Rov. mul Mrs. Dean gathered at the
homo ot Dr. Reed anil gavo the pastor
of tho Congregational church and his
wifo a very jolly recaption Tuesday
James Peterson, our implemont man
has.mado arrangements to give an ox
hibltlon of tho workings of a double
row combined Lister and Drill in this
city on Wednesday, Nov. 1st. Farmers
should not fail to bo proseut.
f -r . i
LJ. O. WILES, Prop. J
Buy a Cooper wagon.
Curtains at cost at Taylor's.
Wall paper nt cost at Taylor's.
a Will Yeiser was hero from Oxford
Mrs. Gnstou returned from a trip
Geo. Rogers of Lincoln was hero the
first of tho weok.
The Ciiikk and Chicngo Iutor Ocoan
one year for $1.25.
a Goo. McCrary of Bluo Hill was hero
the last of tho weok.
J. W. Warren made a trip to River
ton tho first of tho week.
Farm loans at low rates and prompt
ly mado. O. W. Kaley.
The best is tho cheapest. Got a
Cooper wagon at Peterson's.
All kinds of robes at Fogol & Hutch
ison's, Red Cloud nnd Cowles.
Samuel Templo left Thursday morn
ing for a business trip to Kansas City.
. Miss Lillian Bowles from Crete, Neb
raska, nicco of Mrs. D. M. Ablo is visit
ing hero this week.
You can always find what you want
in tho moat lino at Warren's market.
Fresh fish every Friday.
Exhibition of a double row combined
lister nnd drill by James Poterson on
Wednesday November 1st.
Mrs. M. S. Marsh and her mother
art down from Hastings on a visit to
friends and relatives hero.
Mrs. William Burnett of MeCook
was here this week visiting with E. B.
Smith nnd family nnd other friends
1 have just unloaded a car of Cooper
wagons. These wngons wero bought
for cash and tho prico is right. Jamks
C. L. Cotting the Druggist can now
furnish tho Pasteur Vaoclno Virus for
tho prevention of blackleg. Uso it and
savo your calves.
Mrs. Alec Bontloy who has boon vis
iting old friends hero for somo time
past returned to hor homo at Lincoln
Mrs. S. Lightenwaltcr from Toledo,
Iowa, and Mrs. Wm.Boyorfrom Omaha
sisters of Mrs. D. M. Ablo wero hero
visiting this week.
Ilnving decided to close out my busi
ness in this city I offer my ontiro stock
of furniture, carpets, curtains nnd wall
paper at cost. F. V. Taylor.
John Wintors who n fow weeks ago
removed his family to Lincoln was
here thU week slinking hands with old
friends and looking after property in
Mrs. J. W. Phillips nnd hor daughter
Ella, of Creto, and daughter Mrs, Lylo
Johnson of Harvard, aro in tho city
visiting with Mrs. Phillips parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. D. F. Scammon.
Mrs. D. F. Parker, who has boon vis
iting hero for sovoral weeks with her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. O. Hacker
and other friends left for her homo in
San Francisco Thursday night.
P. W. Shea who was f ormorly a prom
inent business man of this city was
hero Sunday greeting his ninny frlonds.
Ho is now in business nt Orleans and
enjoying his sharo of tho general pros
Tho funeral services of Mrs. Anna R.
Rosencrans will bo hold in tho Congro
gational church Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Burial services at tho Mo
Call comotery llvo milos southwest of
Revival Meetings: Thoro will bo
gospel preaching ovory niglit at 7:30 at
the M. E. Church in Red Cloud, begin
ning with Monday, October 30th, 1800.
Every body cordially invited. Come
and help a good work along. Roscoe
A. Bahnes, Pastor,
Miss Myrtle M. Dean of Creto, Neb
raska, will give two freo illustrated
lectures, to ladies only in tho Congro
gationnl church Thursday ovouing,
Novomber2,at7:80. Subjoct, "Woman,
Her Homo, Hor Hoalth and Hnppinoss,"
ami Saturday afternoon, November 4,
at 3:30 p. m. on "Our Girls." All la
dies of Rod Cloud and vicinity nre
most cordially invited to bo prosont.
Tho Ciiiek will never support for
office any man whom it considers unlit
for tho position ho seeks; but it will
nlways tako pride in assisting an hon
est man, and doubly so vhon, added
to qualification, the candidate has
within him attributes that specially
appeals to our Americanism. Tho loyal
soldior that goos out to do battle for
his country wjll always And a warm
place in the hearts of our loyal people
This is right and as it should bo, That
is why Clarenco Rood nnd Mort Adam
son, the republican candidates for
clerk and sheriff nro receiving such
liberal support from ourpooplo. Thoy
both donned tho bluo at thelrcountry's
call and went nut to fight for the old
Hug, and tho people of Webster county
who nboro nil am loyal to the Hag,
will gloriously olect them to tho olllcts
lo which they asplro. Thoy aro both
splendidly qualified and will mako
Carpets at cost at Taylor's.
Furnlturo nt cost at Taylor's.
J. W. Sampson of Bluo Hill wns hero
tho first of tho week,
August Roats and wifo mado a trip
to Omaha this week.
Max Lustig ot Hastings was hero
Wednesday visiting with frlonds.
A lino baby daughter mado its ap
pearance nt tho homo of Noise Longtln
Fur robes, goat robos, dog robes,
buffalo robes, nnd in fact all kinds of
robos, nt J. O, Butler's.
If you want nnything in tho lino of
horsu blankets or robes call on Fogol &
Hutchison, Red Cloud and Cowles.
Mrs. Margaret McGrow of Shickloy,
this stato, arrived in tho city Thurs
day on a visit to her sisters, tho Mo
Lost. A blnck silk capo botweon
Rod Cloud nnd Guido Rock on south
side of rivor. Finder will plcaso loavo
samo at this ofllco.
Farmers should not fail to soe tho ex
hibition of tho doublo row combined
lister nnd drill by James Peterson on
Wednesday, November 1st.
John B. Riotl of Emorson, Iowa, and
Miss Mrytlo M. Riukor of Inavulo,
woro united iu marriage nt Rod Cloud
by L. A. Hussong on October 20, 1899.
Special excursion rates Creator Am
orican exposition, 15.80 for tho tound
trip, tickots on salo Oct. 28th, 20th and
80th, limited for return until Nor. 1st.
A. Conover, Agent.
Tho Nation has an ldoa that ho ta
posted as to who will bo tho noxt dep
uty clork. If tho modium will lay low
until aftor the first of January ho will
And out who will bo Mr. Rood's doputy
nnd it won't bo any of the partios ho
Tho W. C. T. U. quarterly mass
mooting will bo hold Sunday ovening
October 20th, at tho M. E. church
Rov. Edson will dollvor tho address
An overflow mooting will also bo hold
at tho Christian church. Tho service
will bo couductod by Rov. Doan.
Wanted. Locator traveling salos
mon, salary or commission, to handle
our oils, potrolntum, and a good side
lino. Goods guaranteed. No freight,
nnd prtmpt delivery. Address, Penn
Petkolatum Company, Main Ofllco
aud Refinery, Coraopnlis, Pa.
Blankets, blankets, blankets. Have
you seon my Inrgo stock of blankets.
Square blankets, cutaway blankets,
wool blankets, 5-A blankets, Burling
ton stay blankets, bias girth blankets,
Storm King blnnkots nnd in fnct all
kinds of blankets at low prices at J. O.
Judson Bailoy accompanied by Will
Ward of tho Nation left Thursday for
Omaha to got the election ballots prin
ted. Mr. Hale's animosity to the
printers of this county sent tho order
to Omaha instoad of leaving tho tnonoy
in Webster county whoro thoy could
hnvo been printed.
Our reform county clerk had to bo
served with a writ of injunction pro
bihiting him from having tho ballots
printed with tho names of tho populist
candidates first and not conforming to
tho law and printing the republican
candidates names first as was lawfully
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postoflico at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending Oct. 20th,
Boyco, R. W. Hnller, J C.
Cooper, Chas. Hoy, Ivan
These letters will besont to tho dead
lettor ollice Nov, 9th, if not called for
before. Whon calling for above please
say advertised. T. C. Hackeie. P. M
Made so ly being fid to
If you have the oorn
we can supply the ;
CATTLE. Our In- !
terest Rate the Low
est. Our Services are ;
the Best. Write us. I
THE Siegel-Sanclers I
Rooms 73, 74, 7. Live Stook
Exohange. Station "A."
Kansas City, Mo.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powdm are the gK&tart
mctuccn to health of the present day.
OTt Minna KXOtH OOl, NtW VOUK.
Polities are getting hut,
Still the wind blows. Wheat does
not look very well.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Add Howard
on Sunday, October 22d, a girl.
Miss Snyder of Otoe county is stay
ing with hor sister Mrs. Godfrey Monia.
Mrs. Dunn from near Mt. Clare, ac
companied by Miss Kitty Curtis at
tended church at Prairio Contor last
Tho old school house in Dist, 80, Al
ban District has been sold to Harry
Curtis for 940.00. Tho new school
house will soon be finished.
Warren Denny has bought tho black
smith Bhop and tools of M.B.Scott of
Cowlos and expects lo move thcro as
soon as ho gets his corn out.
It is reported that at a political meet
ing nt Mt, Hope school house by L. A.
Hussong recently there woro prosont
tin co republicans, three populists aud
A young man named Parkinson while
driving a horse hitched to a cart one
day last week was quito severely hurt
by tho horso kicking him iu the face.
Tho cart was nearly demolished.
Miss Sadie Vaughau who has been
visiting in Otoo and Lancaster coun
ty for several weeks arrived homo last
week. She was accompanied homo by
her grandmother Mrs. S, J. Vaughau
who hascomo to spend the winter with
her son C. E. Vaughan. Shu is 82
Tho Editor of tho Nation says: "Tho
sheriffs ofllco needs a cool, lovel headed
man, A raw inexperienced boy can
not do the work." If tho present sher
iff is such the people out this wny have
not found it out yet. Ho also says:
"That no populist soldier boy aakoJ an
ofllco for tho mere roason that he was
a soldier." Tho great editor of tho Na
tion knows very well that Mr. Adam
son wns not a candidate until his
friends commenced voting for him
when there wns n doidlonk in tho con
vention. Hut tho most important thing
to boar in mind Is tho fact that no re
publican prencher asked an ofllco be
cause (ho would tako off his coat and
work for tho whole ticket) or had 1,400
acres of Wobstor county land and was
sharp onotigh to work tho county board
for $35 for one aero of rough land.
Mnbol Eddy is working for Mrs. Ball.
Tho long drouth is broken nt Inst,
The dust storm of Sunday Is a thing of
Mr. Burwell who has been sick for
somo timo is resting up by nowly shing
ling his house.
Thero woro not many out to church
last Sunday afternoon on account of
ho wind and dust.
Ror. Rippotoo proaches at tho church
next Sunday morning and evening. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
I supposo every pop iu Inavale will
go to Red Cloud Saturday to hoar W.
J. Bryan; a good many republicans too
if they "know what they're about."
Little Ruby Harvoy was taken sick
last Thursday night. Tho doctor on
being called pronounced it a case of
moasles. Sho is improving voryslowly.
Low Konyon is building himself a
fino now barn; Charley Hunter is hav
ing his collar nowly walled with rock
and A. F. Hartwoll is building a new
Dr. Myers wns called out in tho coun"
try Sunday to boo Fred Kelso who ha
typhoid fever, and the young man was
so much worse that the Doctor re
mained all night. Fred is again im
proving. The town looks much bettor sinco
tho now bridge wns put in ovor the
creok. Old buildings and bridgos in a
rundown condition have a tondoncy to
lower tho standard of town or city and
we are glad to uoto the improvement
Tho entertainment at the school
house Tuesday ovening was not a glit
tering success. Thoro was not more
than ndozon out and tho night was
wild aud rainy. Little Miss Daisy
Hunter carried oft the ring as tho most
popular young lady present.
To Cure a Cold in One Day,
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinino Tab
lets. All druggists refund money if It
fails to cure. 25c. Tho geuulno has
L. K. Q u each tablet.
M . J
Wo warn you
that the best linn
of Overcoats ever
brought to this town
Is to bo found nt
wo are showing nn
AUBUUN MELTON all
wool, satin lined sleovo,
sold evorywhoro for from
$12.00 to 114.00.
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
1 A Phenomenal
Saturday, October 28th and j
Monday, October 30th.
In nddltion to our own oxtensivo lino of Capos and Jackets we will place
on salo for these two days only,
1,000 SAMPLE CAPES flflD JflGRETS,
at manufacturers wholesale prices.
remarkable cloak salo that has ever boon presented In this city,
a chance you cannot afford to miss.
THE STYLE, THE QUALITY, THE PRICE will afllrm tho abovo broad
statement. All wo ask is for you to look, and wo are satisfied of tho
result that will surely follow. You will not bo asked to leave your
order and then wait a month or two for tho garmont. You can tako it
with you from tho store. We will also display a handsomo lino of
JRta.:r Collarettes aixcl itVEiaffa
which are very popular this soason.
Wo know thnt overy lady likes to bo
slock wo mo prepared to
LININGS prsb-With each dross pattern at GOc per yard or ovor
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WU Will K1VO iruu u JIUUB onui
yards of duck.
Winter is upon us and now is the timo to get onto our blanket prices. The
prices of our blnnkots mako our competition look wlso and
say nothing. Wo nro confident we can savo
you -5 pee cent on blankets.
Cotton Blankets from 39c to $1.50.
All Wool Blankets from $3.00 to $7.00.
Bed Comforts, filled with cotton and covered with good material in chotco
pattorns, either quilted or tufted, largo sizes at vory moderato
prices, Now is a good t'mo to make selections,
MEN'S, LADIES' AND CHILDUENS UNDERWEAR-Wo havo under-
wear that wo are sure will pleaso you iu style, quality nnd prico.
Now is tho time to buy ni we hnvo a number of special
values that you aro not liable to find whon tho
soason is under way.
Wo nro nstonishlnc tho neoolo on
und most complete in tho city.
Our enormous trnda in this lino is conclusive ovidonco thnt wo havo tho I
best values in shoes ever offered tho purchasing public
Our shoe slock is becoming more popular daily. I
We leadl Wo don't only meet competition. WE LEAD.
Gloak Sale I j
Without doubt this will bo tho most
well dressed mid with our enormous
please mo mosi lasmuous.
iiuimk, -jiiiuj nuioi lining. I
Outiuir Flannels. Our stock is the lartrcst
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