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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1899)
TIIE TCED CLOITT) CHIEF, ITIUDAT, XOV. 17, 1800.
THE FAMOUS PAINTER
V II WILSON, of Paris, painted
150 BEAUTIFUL. OIL PfllflTIflGS
for us, whllo in our employ on tho 13th, 14th and 15th of
this month which wo aro going
TO - GIVE - AWAY
to customers making n cash purchaso of $5.00 boforo tho
10th of Docorabor. Prof. Wilson is an artist of national
roputation. Every ono of those painting are worth
more than $5 00 and wo present them
TO - YOU - FREE.
Tho professor enmo in on such short notico tnat wo did not
got n chanco to advertiso, howovcr we have mado
anothor contract with him to como again in tho
near futuro and will advertise so everybody
may sco this wonderful artist.
Big Trade !
Our trado has incroasod in sunh gigantic pro
portions that wo can hardly understand it. Hero
is tho secret. THE PRICE, 1THE QUALITY,
THE QUANTITY. Tho largest stock of season
able goods in Red Cloud. WE UNDERSELL
Out Ir:rlos on.
Jackets oixcl Capes.
Wo are going to soil overy Jacket in our storo
boforo Xmas, nnd PKICB is the way to po it.
Our big stock of blankets is dwinpling down.
While our assortment is yot comploto thoro are
only a fow of tho kind and whilo thoy last tho bar
gains are still yours.
Tho most popular dross goods department
LININGS FRBB-With each drois pattorn atCOc
per yard or over wo will givo froo 0 yards cambrio
2 yards solissia and 1 yards of duck fcREE.
THRNKSCIVINC IS COTCING.
Uomombor! Turnuro Bros, havo ovorything
tlmt will make you thankf ul tlmt you still live.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Buy a Nowtou wagon.
Will Smith is hue ngnin.
A. M. Walters of Bluo Hill wV horo
W. O. Bailoy r York, this .state
Uso Dormolinc fur chupped hands.
Guaranteed by Colting.
Tho best is tho cheapest. Got a
Newton wagon at Potorson's.
Alfred Hndoll was looking after
matters in Kansas this weok.
R. S. Proudfit tho Guido Rock lum
ber dealer was horo Wednesday.
J. O. Wiles has had a neat sign
painted on tho windows of his restaur
ant. C. F. Evaus and family roturncd
homo tho first of tho weok from a trip
Low -Fuller nnd wife of Hastings
woro visiting with friends and rolatives
hero this week.
Don't forget tho Appio House. Th.oro
is whero you can get pure applo cldor
mado fresh ovory day.
John Polnlcky was in Norfolk this
week attending a meeting of tho Neb
raska Retail Liquor Dealers associa
tion. Mrs. John Wilson who has boon visy
iting at Winchester, Virginia, for sovj
oral months past returned homo TbursV
Mrs. Lena Sporllng who conducted
tha Ernest Wolsch restaurant for some
time was up from bor home at DeWitt
tke first of tho wool.-.
Wm. FosteiN ten mi ii"u.;uio frighton
d at a bioycln W d n'iday and ran
hat wv" ctnpp.-.l lj J.itnos Morau
villo bufi.i" ii v hud ciiii I i
Nowt l'i loiifa liirni biJL'ii placed in
1 1. n r.cirionnnR nf .1 L. Miner, Dell
J'umuro. Frul 'lu. urn f D. Robin
son.G. R. C.auoy i.nd in tho law of
llceof J. M.Chaffln.
E. W. Ross' dray lino mado a record
breaker in the unloading of a oar of
npples one day tha last of tho week.
They loaded 100 barrels from tho car
mid brought them up town and un
loaded them in exactly ono hour and
HrvrinB TO HUNTKKS--Hunting is
,uUlvelv forbidden oa ur
L)gan township, Smith euaty, Kan.
( s, and anyanofonnd hunting thereon
will be proseouti-rt Chas. Ahdcckle
AMD V. H. SOKIVNM.
Curtains at cost at Taylor's.
Wall papor at cost nt Taylor's.
FIno Teachers Bibles for 1100
Tho Ciiief nnd Chicago Inter Ocean
ono year for 31.25.
Geo. Fentress and wifo of Guidu
Rock wero horo Tuosday.
Mrs. John Boardsluo loft Wednesday
for a visit at Thayer, Iowa.
Mrs. J. A. Tulloys is visiting in Clay
Contor, Nebraska, this weok.
All kinds o'f robes at Fogol & Hutch
ison's, Red Cloud and Cowlos.
Geo. Hoaton who underwent a very
painful oporation last week is getting
F. A. Kuohn expects to start in a
faw days for a visit nt his old hama at
You can always find what you wnnt
in tho meat lino at Wnrron's market.
Frosh llsh ovory Friday.
Nellie Marsh of Hastings is horo vis
iting with Geo. Smelsornnd family nnd
other relatives and friends.
Mrs. E. P. Quivey of Omaha who i
looking after tho procuring of homes
for homeloss children wns here this
A. O. Hosnior of tho Nebraska and
Kansas Farmor has purchased n gaso
lino engine with which to run his ma
ahinery. W. T. Foster's team took a spin up
main street Wednesday without tho
assistance ef a driver. No particular
dttmage was done.
Having decided to closo out my busi
ness in this city I odor my ontiro stock
of furniture,carpets, curtains nnd wall
paper at cost. F. V. Taylok.
The ladies of tha Carisliaa church
havo begun Making arrangemeats for
thair Christmas bazar which thoy ex
pact to hold Friday and Saturday, De
comber 22 and 23.
The ladies of tha Christian church
will hold a wark soisian and a taa nt
Mr8aHus8ong'a Friday afternoon.
Thay ara preparing for a bazaar to be
hald jusrbefore tha holiday week.
Cheap rataa to Hot Springs and Cus
ter, South Dakota; oaVTuosday, No
vember 21. December 5th and 10th.
'"t .. .......
farms in lVJ l umngion route win con
tickets at rate of ono standard fare,
plis 82,00, for the round trip. Tiokats
limited to tiility days from dnto of
tale. A. Conoykb, Agent.
Carpets nt cost at Taylor's.
Furniture at cost ntToylor's.
Hontors In ondloss variety n V. W.
Mrs. Frank Nelson returned from n
trip west Sunday.
In caso of Oro notify coutral from tho
- Sonio now pattorns of wall paper
just rocoived at Cottings.
Omar Doling of Holdrcgo was visit
ing friends hero this wook.
Largest lino of hantors in tho valley
at Wright's hardwnro storo.
Anew sidewalk has boon placod in
front of C. L. Cotting's drug storo.
Thos. Auld wns looking alter bust
ness matters in Donver tho first of tho
Rov. Doan and wifo nro now com
fortabty located in tho Congregational
O. W. Kaloy was looking nftor busi
ness matters in Pawnoo City nud Lin
coln this wook.
Fur robes, gont robos, dog robes,
buffalo robes, and in fact all kinds of
roboH, nt J. O. Butlor's.
Anron Couovor has commenced tho
erection of a commodious barn nt his
resldonco proporty in tho wost part of
James Burden and wifo loft Wednes
day morning for Kansas City whoro
thoy will visit with a brother of tho
Tho Rono Novelty Oompauy will ap
pear under tho auspices of tho M. W.
A. lodgoin this city next Wodnosdny
1 havo just unloadod a car of JNowton
wagons. Thoso wagons woro bought
for cash nnd tho prlco is right. Jamks
Miss Edith McKeigbnn returned last
Monday from Lincoln. Owing to ill
health sho will remain horo for an In
definite period. ,
Gus Rydon who has boon visiting
horo with Andrew Borg nnd family
loft Sunday night for his homo near
G. J. Wnrron and wifo and daughter
Nellie, acuompnnlcd by Mrs. Latnont
M. lloldon, visited with Frank White
at Bostwick Inst Sunday.
C. L. DcGroft and wifo of Nebraska
City, stopped off in tho city tho first of
tho weok and visited with Doll Turn
tiro and family, while on their way to
The gun club had its regular shoot
last Wednesday afternoon, nnd in nd
ditlon to tho clay pigeon shoot some of
tho mombors indulged in ashootntlivo
birds. Dr. Beck mado a clean score of
twonty-fivo, nnd W. S. Benso mado u
closo second killing twonty-ono out of
Tho premium list for the oklokon
show which will ba hald in this city
January 11, 13 aad 18, 1000, is now be
ing printed and will ba ready for dis
tribution in a shart tlma. The pre
miums aro good ones and cover avory
kind of chicken avar hanrd of, and
several varieties that tha avaraga per
son never hoard about.
I u ,H
The Five Senses
Tho homing car minister largely to
tho montul nature. Its chief charm is
that it waits upon tho soul with "n
svo(t concord of sounds."
Tbo sense of smell stauds n stop low
or, divided about equally, in minister
In to lho physical and aesthetio, in
Tho nonan of fooling is still lower.
The nerves of sensation are its iiugors;
through them is fulfilled its function of
handling nnd fashioning tho morn ma
terials of civilization.
Taste is tho humblest among tho
senses Its ministrations aro devoted,
primnillv, to tho body. Tho fireman
that feeds tho engine of the physical
Vision is tho noblest of our senec
It presides over the activities of tho
lowet'c, faculties, and transcends them
in tho reach of its power.
Yet the most important of all sons? s
is most abused, lbe teotb, tho nose,
tho ears, all receive dueattentinn upon
the sligh ost noto of warning; while
shooting patns and dull nohes In nnd
around tho eyes nnturo's warnings
nio allowed to go unheeded, when per
haps perfectly htted glasdos would re
lievo prosont trouble and save further
Jewelers and Optlclaai.
Urlog u your Watch, Clock and Jewelry
work, We do the beet work.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum, baking powders ara the greatest
menacen to health of the present day.
HOYAl IMIM NMII CO., MIW TOW.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Everything at cost at Taylor's.
Hammock's at cost nt Taylor's.
John Fulton wns hero from Kivorton
Herb Couovor nnd Earl Pond spent
Sunday In Superior.
Thoy nro tho loaders. Cooucr
wngons nt Potorson's.
Robos, robes, robes. All kinds of
robes at J. O. Butler's.
Get Wright's prices nnd boo his lino
boforo you got n boater.
F. P. Hadloy and wifo wero iu Mt.
Hope, Kansas this wock.
Soo tho "Amoricnn" hog fonce nt
Mitchell Bros, Best on oarth.
All kinds of light harness at Fogol &
Hutchison's, Red Cloud and Cowlos,
Mr. i,nith Boyd of Campbell visited
with friends In this city Wodnosdny.
Wnltor Roby soils tho Singor sowing
machine Prices right. Got liio best.
G. A. Harris of Campboll wns look
ing nftor business matters horo Wed
nesday. W. W. Wright has orocted n now
barn on tho roar of his residonco prop
orty on Elm strcnt.
Clnronco Stino of tho Superior Jour
nal was horo tho first of tho week vis
iting with F. W. Cowdon.
Tho Clio Olub.wlll moot with Mrs. O.
C. Cnsn on Saturday ovoning this
week instend of on Friday.
Olnoy & Gaston havo opened n piano
nnd organ storo In tho building south
of J. O. Lindloy's rostnurnnt.
Mrs. I. H. Ludlow was in Campboll
this wook visiting with hor daughter
Pearl who is teaching school near that
Herbert Cook who has n luorativo
position in Omaha' spont Sunday hero
visiting with his parents nnd othor
Mrs. Lnmont M. Holdon who hns
boon visiting with frlonds nnd rolatives
In this city for tho past wook, returned
to hor lumo nt Minneapolis, Minncsotn
Tha firo bollcamo near taking a tum
ble from its lofty porch this wook. Tho
timber which holds the boll in position
had slipped on tho cross pieces ns n
result of tho jarring in ringing tho
nlarm, nnd nbout a dozen moro strokes
would havo caused it to fall. It has
sincn been repaired and is now safo
Jnmos Burden wn painfully but
luckily not seriously hurt on Saturday
ovoning last. Ho was driving from his
oillco through tho court houso yard
nnd a ropo attached to a troc, which
had boon usod as a swing, caught In
tho buggy nnd tippod it in such n man
ner ns to throw Mr. Burden out. His
hands wero badly skinned up nnd his
List of lottors romnlnlng uncalled for
at tho postofilco at Rod Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho wook endlug Nov. llth,
Caeb, M. H. Dine, Ben
Smith, Bannia Warron, Jaha
Tbosn lettors will bo sont to tho dead
lottor offlco Nov. 80th, if not called for
before. When calling for nbovo ploaso
say advertised. T. C. Haokek, P. M.
Tho residonco of John Barkloy ou
south Webstor street had n nairow os
capo from being burned dowu laBtSun
day about 0:80 p.m. A laco curtain
caught firo from a match which had
boon thrown down nftor lighting tho
lamp. Aside from burning tho curtain
and scorching the window frame no
damago was done. An alarm was rung
but before tho boys got half way the
good nows wa received that tho fire
Tho dry goods department of .Turn
uro Bros., was tho center of attraction
for soveral days this week. Tho firm
had engaged the sorvioes of W. H. Wil
nn. mi artist who is an adept with tbo
brush and who turns out oil paintings
to order fcr you while you wait. Dur
ing the throe days of his stay here bis
studio in tho north window oi tbo storo
was always surrounded by a crowd
watching him do his lightning work.
Paintings wero turned out in from
seven to fifteen minutes and wero pro
seated to customers purchasing five
dollars worth of goods.
JUST A FEW WORDS
DO YOU KflOW
Wo havo the
finest lino of
to this city.
I IP J
fir I" I
IMP o J
PRICES ARE LOW
nnd the niatorinls
Wo want you to
boforo you buy.
Overcoats justns oliony.
f FttttCtttftt(f tttttttf-ct?
Let's Have An Opera House.
Somo time ago tho Ciiikf ndvocntod
tho erection of an opora houso for tho
purposoofa placo of amusement and
for the holding of public mootings,
dances or nnything elso of that nature
At tho tlmo tho artlolo was printed
suvoral favorable commonts woro made
to us regarding tho idoa and sinco that
tlmo somo talk has boon had by partlos
In regard to tho project. No ono will
think for a mlnuto that wo cau over
oxpoot to havo an opora Iiouho built by
n single Individual. A concentration
of monoy by a numbor of citlzons to bo
usod for this purposo will solvo tho
problem. In talking with ono of onr
business mon, who is ono of tho loadors
when It comes to helping out any pro
joct which would benefit tho town, ho
stated that ho would bo ono of ton to
put In 1500 for such a building. This
would probably bo too much for most
of our business mon to glvo but twenty
porsons could arrlvo at tho same to
suit by putting in 1250 npiaco. Or It
might bo mndo up In shares of HO
and lot thorn tnko stock to suit tholr
ilnnncos. Thoro Is not ono of tho largo
firms of our city but whom could put
in 8250 and not miss it. Wo do not be
lieve at the prosont timo an opora
house would pay a dividend to tho in
vestors but it would pay ton por cont
intorcst on tho Investment. Kansas
City and other cities havo put up Inrgo
convention halls by tho concentration
of monoy which would novor havo boon
built by slnglo Individuals and Rod
Cloud could do tho samo on n lessor
scale. Tho reasons why wo should
havo an opora houso aro many. Any
man who is bringing up children owes
it to them to provldo a suitablo placo
whoro thoy may go occasionally to seek
nmusomont instoad of going to places
of questionable resort. Thoso In our
city who are musically inclinod should
bo allowed to have their taste gratified.
The one big event which transpires
once a year is thograduatlng'oxerclsos.
Where will these ozerclses be hold nozt
year? The citizons owe our graduat
ing classes a place to bold tholr com
mencement. In a business way an
opora bouse means dollars in the
pockets of our business mon. Provido
entertainment for tho people and the
people will come and they will spend
their monoy whilo hero. We under
stand that there is now a movo on foot
to carry out tho project. Don't let the
Interest dio out. Stand up for Red
Cloud. Build an opera houso.
Logglusand driving mitts, just tho
thing to keep out tho cold, full lino at
I'ogel & Hutchison's, Rod Cloud and
S. B. Llglufoot has registered a klok
with tho city council ngalnst tho
running of water ilbwn tho di'n w In the
ronr of Jns. Potorson's Implomont storo
nnd nt tho meeting of tho council last
Tuesday tho council decided that it
wai in no way renponallilo for tho state
of affairs ns tho water camo from wat
er motors, and tho pnrtlos nulnir motor.
should take caro of tho wasto water.
Tho city ordinance nays that parties
using water for motors shall provide
moans to carry tho water off by wasto
pipes orcovored drains connected with
tho olty drains and sowors. nnd mii..
out damago, obstruction or flowage
uiou uuy sirooi, nvonuo or nlloy in
said olty. Tho water commissioner
notlilod parties having drain pipes
connected with tho city sower, which
is looatod on Oodar stroot and whloh
oxtondsas far south ns Third avenue
that thoy must take euro of thoir wasto
water, notwithstanding tho faot that
thoy havo complied with tho ordinance
and turned it into tho city sowor with
out damage, obstruction or ovorfiow
upon any street, ulley or nvonuo. Does
tho council think that lho partlos using
motors should finish a sowor systomt
Wo pay tho city for tho uso of wator to
run a motor, nnd tho samo ordinance
by which tho city is onablcd to chargo
for tho uso of said water provldoa for
tho turning of it Imcic into the sower.
If tho city sowers croato a nuisance
bocause of Us inefllcientv that is not
ODo you want a heating Htovo? If
you do go to Wright's. He haa a large
line at tho lowost prices.
IN THE WINDOW
I Star Bakery, j
J. O. WILES, Prop. J
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