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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1899)
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BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. NOV. 17, 18,
THE BIG STORE 1 1
THE LARGEST STOCK. j
Purchased for. Gash.
Bought at Opportune Times.
A clearing sale, wo mean an actual clearing snle. No nihiklng tip
prices and then soiling at old prices, but n discount
from regular soiling prices.
Cloaks, Jackets and Capes.
Our immense fall trado lins broken lines and sizes, Rather than
stock up on sizes we arn going to place our entire stock ol Cloaks,
Jackets and capes on special sale at prices that mean a saving of
from $2.00 to $1.00 on each garment.
Men's Fleece Lined Underwear, good weight, regular 40c grade,
special clearing sale, 83c. Children's Camel Hair Underwear size 10
regular prico Gc, special sale at 3c, raise of 3c on a size.
25 pairs Men's Boots, all sizes. No. Oat $1.50 por-pnir.
pairs No. 8, 0 and 10 at $2.00 per pair.
Theso are only a fow of tho many values
sale prices on
we are offering. Special
Staple Dry Goods,
otjr :ejeoiajlv saids
Mean prices last as long as goods are here for selling.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE. PRICES
PAID IN EITHER CASH OR TRADE.
John Davis will movo down on his
river farm soon.
Laith Fitzgerald is still conducting
himself on tho railroad.
A now girl nt Ed Coopor's and also
one at Frank TanDyko's
John Corbott had some relatives and
friends visiting him last week.
Mrs Wm. Rosoncrans is taking somn
very lino pictures of residences and
barns in those parts.
Wm. Reed of Ohio is assisting Mr.
Scrivncr in building his stone homo.
They uavo it noariy completed.
Rov. Con Howitt will hold a mooting
at Mt. Hopo noxt Sunday evening. All
am invited to conic out and hoar him.
John Fox has tho nicest now barn in
tho country with tho exception of Gns.
Molino. His is o dandy and only cost
Mint Ada Pottor has bnon quite sick
and is but littlo bettor. It is hoped sho
will soon recover ns sho is one of our
best school girls.
Another man sold by buying a cer
tain farm on this crook. Wo wonder
bow many more wants that old farm
with a deficiency in tho title.
If you know of auy young couple
that wishes to run off and got jnarriod
toll thorn that squire Chas Barrett will
marry thorn for half prico Just to d
vortiso himself in that business.
Gathering corn is yet tho order of
the day and wo surely havo tho nicest
weather to gather in we ever had. Wo
always raise moro corn in Kansas than
any other stato and wo always havo
nice fall weather to gather it in.
Rev. Geo. Hummel of Rod Cloud
held a meeting at old Mt. Hopo school
house ou tho hoad of this crook last
Sunday. Ho dolivcrcd ono of his beet
6ormous and then gavo somo of tliom
old war horses up there an object les
son after meeting. Wo aro of tho opin
ion mat ms formon was ono oi ino
most appropriate ones that could havo
been dolivorod. Ho held another good
mooting at the McCall school houso
tho fnmo evoning. At Mt. Hopo Bovor
al of his old frionds from uearLobanon
and Salem wero prosont to hear him
and tho standing room was all taken.
Wm. VanDyko of Penny creok was up
to hoar him.
Wiathcr warm and dry.
Mrs. Richard Keagle has at-rivad at
Saratoga, W joining, and reports hoard
$1.50 por day.
Albart Kcagla sx poets to start for
Saratoga, Wyoming, In tho near future
wliero ho will ntaku his futuin home.
Mrs. F.I) Iliiti'hisoii and Miss Ida
Horton weto ou a missionary tour in
Districts 0 and .'HI one day this week.
Miss Ada Potter is sick and uniUr
tha care of Dr. Dameroll of Red Cloud.
Tho Suaday schoal at Penny creek
is getting along nicely.
Rav. G. W. Hummoll prcachad at the
McCall school house Suuday at 8:30.
John Galbrnith is working for Chas.
Isob thia week.
Tha VanDyka brothers mada a busi
ness trip to Cora, Kansas, ano day this
Benjamin VnnDyke is tho chnmpion
marksman af Lino. Ho killed n wild
goose on the wing with a 22 target gun.
Who can beat it?
Mr. and Mrs. Wlldoy wera called to
Bastwlck last Monday to attend tho
luseral of Mrs. Wildey's father.
Tho birthday supper giroa in honor
f Mr. Rocher was largely attended by
his old neighbors and all report a good
time. Thirty-live wero present.
. Walter Noble's Young folks from
Walnut crook, wero guests at F. D.
Hutchison's Sunday aid attonded tho
Sunday school at Panny crook. Tkey
reported a good tlmo.
The fall wheat is coming out nicely
A. H. Carpenter's mothor nnd sister
of Franklin visited in Lino last week.
dainos and Ernest Ilouuchatnp report
having dehorned threo hundred head
of cattle this fall.
City Dray and Express Line.
Twenty times a day, or more,
Salesmen in a general store
Need to wash their hands,
After handling syrup, cheese,
Coal-oil, onions things like these
Which their trade demands.
Ivory Soap, which lathers thickly,
Washes clean and rinses quickly,
Proves and storemen know It well
Best to use and best to sell.
ecrrmoHT ihi iy t phoctir oambu co. Cincinnati
B, 3n. ROSS. PROP,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
The Red Cloud Chief
and Weekly Inter-Ocean
'One Year for $1.23.
r red Kelso is quito low at prosont
Tbeso aro busy days for Dr. Myors.
Cap. Harvey is husking corn for
Chris. Jorgensen this week.
Ora Pitnoy's children havo boon sick
this last weok.
Tho coyotes aro very plentiful now
adays. Some ono had hotter organizo
Wo aro glad to note that Harry Hold
rogo is much improved at prosont,
Mr. Wilson bogan moving his goods
into his new drug store Thursday.
Mr. Hartwcll and son Donald went
to Naponeo Tuesday on a visit to Mr.
Haitwell's father. Thoy returned
Tho hop in Mr. Wilson's now store
Wednesday night was well attended.
Mrs. E. A. VanDyko, son Roy and
daughter Bertha, came down from
Franklin last Friday for a short visit
with Mrs. Amanda Wilson, Mrs Van
Dykes sister. Thoy returned Sunday
Since the Cloud young folks began
coming to school the school record has
risen to fotty-eight. A goodly number
for our littlo village
Mr, Hartwoll is having his ico houso
dug lower and is preparing for n full
supply of ice thio winter.
There it a Class of People
Who am injured by tho usoof coffee,
recently there lias boen placed in the
grocery stores a nowproparatinn call
ed Grain-O, made of pure grains, that
takes the place of coffee. Tho most
delicate stomach receives it without
distress, and but few can tell it from
coffee. It 'dors not cost over one
fourth as much. Children may drink
it-wiih great beuctit. 10c and 25o per
package, Try it. Ask for Graln-O.
School is again the ordor of tho day
nt No. 45.
Everything settled down to level
A nioco of Alex James is hero visit
ing from Ohio.
Mr. Piol shelled a few loads of corn
and hauled it to town.
John Piol has fenced his corn stalks
any tho cattle feel happy.
A quarter sostion of tho Korshnor
farm is to bo sold this week.
School in Bluo Hill doing tine work
with Prol. McOrary at holm.
Mrs. McCoy and daughter spont last
Thursday with Mrs. Hendricks.
Mrs. Davis is very low nt prosont,
old ago being at tho root of tho dis
ease. Blue Hill had a dog show and sleight
of band performance in tho Christian
church Tuesday night.
Tho outlying neighborhoods nre woll
represented every night in Bluo Hill
attending rovivnl meetings.
Rovival mooting is being carried on
in Bluo Hill. Evangelist Redding at
tho front assisted by tho resident pas
tors. Mrs, Kcrshnor's Bale was a success
financially. Horses sold far 9150 per
team, cows brought in tho neighbor
hood of 910, culves sold for 927 each
and hogs sold for fair figures.
Services each Lord's Day as
Morning servico at 10:110.
Biblo school, 12m.
Aftornoon tsrmon at Iuaviile.
Junior Christian Endeavor 3 p.m.
Senior Christian Endeavor moots
at 7 p.m.
Evening service at 7'.li0. Subject,
"Believing a lie."
Cboica musiu at each service.
A cordial invitation is extended to
L. A. HuHSONti, Pastor.
Piorson Is staying
Mrs. Suslo Saladoii was in Suporior
Wm. Butdick purchased a line mule
from John Davis.
Miss Tillio Borgtleld oxpocts to make
u visit to Franklin soon,
Ilnzol Saladon's arm is getting much
better. No arms broken.
The Milling Company had 107 hoad
of cattlo dohornod lust Thursday.
C. II. Frisbio and wifo attended
church in Red Cloud Sunday evening.
Tho Amboy Milling Co. shipped
three carloads of flour last week and
G, W. Baker is having tho rout corn
hauled to tho mill from somo of tho
farms for which be is agent.
Services noxt Suuday as follows:
Morning service at 10:30
Sunday School at 11:30 11.111. Con
ducted by D, B. Spanoglf.
Preaohing at Amboy at 3 p.m.
Senior League at 7 p.m.
Evening services at 7:30.
Prayer mooting on Wednesday oven
ing at 7:30.
Ladies Aid Society Friday aftornoon.
All aro most cordially invited to at
Roacor. A. Barnes, Pastor.
Tho undersigned will sell at his resi
dence i! miles east of Rivet ton and 3
miles west of Iimvale, on Wednesday,
November 22, 1880, nt 1 o'clock p.m.
the following described piopcrty, to
wit: b if teen head of cattle, consisting
of 9 cows and six calves. Throe cows
Iresh about tho 1st of December, unit
the balance about the last of February.
Also household goods mid farm implements.
I Tkhms ok Sai.f.: A credit of ten
months wi I be given on all sums over
95 00, purchaser giving hauknblo noto
wltli approved security, Hearing ten
percent interest. No property to bo
removed until elided for.
J. S. McCmntock,
Col. C. L. Winkkev, Auctioneer.
rfilnrato Your llutrvU Willi I'ttucarct.
Candy Onllmrtlr. euro rnnHilp.ittnn forever.
lOc.SAc. If 0.0 O full.ilriiKitlHtHrclunclmonej.
THE FIRST BABY.
;ts Coming ie Looked Forward to
With Both Joy and Fear and its
Safe Arrival 1b Hailed With
Pride and Delif ht by All.
Regular services noxt Sunday as fol
lows: Morning servico at 10.80 Subject,
"Tha Study af the Bibla."
Sunday School at 11:45.
Services at Indian creek at 3:30.
Young Peoplo's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 0:80pm, O.J. Overing,
Evening services at 7:30. Suhjoct,
"Christ All In All."
Prayer and praise mooting Wednes
day evening at 8,
All cordially invitod to attend theso
Fkank W. Dkan, Pastor.
From New Zealand.
Rkkkton, Now Zealand, Nov. '23, '00.
I am very pleased to stato that since
I took tho agency of Chamborlain's
medicines the sale has boon very large,
more especially of tho Cough Romedy.
(Jn two years I havo sold moro of this
particular remedy than of all other
makes for tho previous live years. As
to its cilicaoy, I havo been informed by
scores of persons of the good lenults
thoy havo received from it, and know
its value for tho uso of it In my own
household, It is so pleasant to take
that we havo to placo the bottlo be
yond the1 reach of tho children. E. J.
Soantlkuuby. For saiu by H. E.
The arrival of tho first baby In the
Sousohold Is tho Impplast and moBt im
portant event of married lifo. Tho young
,-vlfo who Is to become a mother delights
to think of tho huppincss in store-for her
when tho littlo ono shall nestle upon her
breast and latterly sho shall hear It liap
tho sweet and holy name, "mother."
But hor happy anticipation quickly van
ishes when sho realizes tho terrible pain
and suffering through which she must
pass while bringing the little one into
tho world. An indescribable fear of the
langer attendant upon the ordeal toon
dissipates her joyf ulneas.
Thousands of women have learned
by experience that there is absolutely
no necessity for tho Bufferings which at
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Ireoded event are entirely obviated and
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All women are interested, and es
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"Before Baby is Born," which contains
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