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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, NOV. ill, 1809.
THE FAMOUS PAINTER
W. II. WILSON, of Paris, painted
150 BEAUTIFUL OIL PfllflTIflGS
for us, whllo in our employ on tho 13tli, 11th and 15th of
tliis month which wo nro going
TO - GIVE - AWAY
to customers making n cash purchnso of fi.OO boforo tho
10th of Dcccmbor. Prof. Wilson is an artist of national
reputation. Every ono of theso painting aro worth
moro than 95 00 and wo present them
OTO - YOTJ - IMEE.
Tho professor camo in on such short notico tnat wo did not
got a chanco to ndvortlso, however wo have made
another contract with him to cotno again in tho
near futuro and will advortiso so everybody
may seo this wondorful artist.
Big: ladLe !
Our trndo has increased in suah gigantic pro
portions that wo can hardly understand it. Hero
is tho socrot. THE PRICE, '.THE QUALITY,
THE QUANTITY. Tho largost stock of season'
ablo goods in Red Cloud. WE UNDERSELL
Otat Ibices owl
Jo.olcot and Capes.
Wo aro going to soil overy Jacket in our storo
boforo Xmas, and PRICIi is tho way to po it.
Our big Htock of blankets is dwinpling down.
While our assortment is yet complcto thero aro
only a few of tho kind and whilo thoy last tho bar
gains are still yours.
The' most popular dress goods department,
LININGS PRBE-With each dress pattern atOOo
per yard or over wo will givo froo 0 yards cambrio
2 yards solissia and 1J yards of duck fcRKE.
THKNKSCIUINC IS C07UTINC.
Remember! Turnuro IJros. have everything
that will mako you thankful that you still live.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Buy a Newton wagon.
Hammock's at cost at Taylor's.
Thos. Auld was in Lincoln this week.
Mrs. Beok of Franklin was in tho
Use Dormolino for chapped honds.
Guaranteed bv Cotting.
Tho best is tho cheapest. Get a
Newton wagon at Peterson's.
L. S. Wilson was looking after busi
ness matters at Hastings this weok.
Jas. Burden and wife have roturned
from a visit with relatives at Kansas
Mrs. Will Mitchell left Sunday night
for a visit with relatives and friends at
Donald McCallum'of Guido Rock
was hero looking after business mat
ters tho last of tho weok.
James Griiniugor of Wymoro, for
niorly a resident of this city was here
on business tho first of tho week.
Henry Holtzman, formerly a resident
of this city, but now in tho shoo busi
ness at Campbell was here Sunday.
Keep your chickens in good condi
tion by feeding them ground oyster
shall, bono and mica grit. For salo at
Rot. G. Vf. Hunmel will preach at
Mt. Hopo, Kansas, on Sunday, Nor.26,
nt 11 o'clock a.m. and at tho McCall
school houso at 8:80 p.m.
IN THE WINDOW
LJ. O. WILES, Prop.
Curtains at cost at Taylor's.
Wall paper at cost at Taylor's.
Fino Teachers Bibles for tl.00
Mrs. Hussong was visiting in Frank
lin this week.
Tho Ciuef and Chicago Inter Ocean
ono year for tL2G.
Samuel Smith returned from a trip
to Hardy Sunday night.
A tolephono has been placed in the
residence of M. W. Dickerson.
All kinds of robes at Fogol & Hutch
ison's, Red Cloud and Cowles.
G. R. Chancy was in Omaha tho first
of tho week looking after business
By order of the mayor all tho slot
maohines were taken down last Wed
Do you want a heating stovo? If
you do go to Wright's. Ho has n large
lino at tho lowest pricos.
Ira Harris, brother of Wm. -Harris,
arrived in tho city last Friday, and
will mako this his futtiro homo.
HPreaching will bo held nt Ash Creek
Church by Rev. G. W. Hummel on
Thanksgiving evening at 7.30 P. M.
Loggins and driving mitts, just the
thing to keep out the cold, full line at
Fogel ft Hutchison's, Red Cloud and
The ladies of the Congregational
church will hold thoir annual bazaar
Friday and Saturday, December 15th
Will Kellogg is having rooms fitted
up and arranged oror thePionoer meat
market and will in tho noar futuro
open up a photo gallery.
If anyono should happen to find an
ownerless hen or torn turkey straying
around ever tho couutry between this
time and next Thursday thoy are ro
quested to deliver the samo to this
Notice to Huhtmrb Hunting is
positively forbidden an eur farms in
Logai township, Smith county, Kae
sis, and anyene found hunting thereon
will be prosecuuit. Cms. Ahduckle
AM V, H. SCMVNM.
Tho young people of tho ChiiBtlan
church and thoir frionds will give a
"basket social" at tho rooms recently
vacated by Dr. Morauvllle, next Satur
day ovoning Everybody attond. Free
admission to an excellent program at
7 80 Saturday, Nov. 35.
Carpets nt cost At Taylor's.
Ftirnlturo at cost at Taylor's.
Heaters in endless variety a W. W.
A. M. Walters of Ditto Hill was hero
R. A. Simpson of Blue Hill was horo
R. W McCallum of Guido Rock was
hero tho first of tho weok.
Largost lino of heatera In tho vnlloy
nt Wright's hurdwaro store.
Tho D. & M. havo put aomo now
chair cars an tho vnlloy lino.
A now sidownlk has boon placod in
front of C. L. Cotting's drug Btoro.
Ed Chancy, formorly In tho livery
business horo was in town this weak.
Fur robes, goat robos, dog robes,
buffalo robes, and in fact all kinds of
robes, at J. O. Butler's.
Miss Pearl Ludlow who is teaching
school noar Campbell vlsitad with her
paronts tho foro part of tho week.
Tho rains of tho past week havo put
an oxtra smllo on tho face of overyono.
It almost assures a whoat crop for
1 havo just unloaded a car ofJNowton
wagons. J. nc8o wagons woro uougui
for cash and tho prico is right. James
Geo. Loming nnd wife of Gillette,
.Wyoming, woro visiting In tho city
the foro part of tho weok, the guests
of Wm. Parkes and wife.
HSomo parties indulged in n small
scrap in oio of tho back alloys last Sat
urday night. A fow hours in tho
county jail was tho ponalty.
Having docided to closo out my busi
ness in this city I oiler my ontiro stock
of furniture, carpets, curtains nnd wall
papor at cost. F. V. Taylok.
Miss Luln Harriman of David City
is horo taking caro of her sister Mrs.
Micha Griswol 1 who has boon sick for
some time at tho Holland Houso.
Mrs. R.M.Martin of Portland, Ore
gon, was visiting in tho city this wook,
tho guest of Mrs. O. L. Cotting. Sho
started for her western homo today.
Elmer Crone, who has boon on tho
road felling musical instruments for
Olnoy Gaston & Co., is "terrorizing"
tho folks itt homo this weok with his
A gontloman from Hastings)washero
this week for tho purposo of establish
ing a "bucket shop," and giving our
pcoplo a chance to Invest thoir surplus
cash. Wo havo not as yot hoard
how tho gentleman succeeded.
Cheap rates to Hot Springs and Cus
ter, South Dakata; on Tuesday, No
vember 21, December Oth and 10th,
1800, tho Burlington route will soil
tickots at rato of ono standard faro,
plus 93.00, for tho round trip. Tiokets
limited to thirty days from date of
sale A. Conoveu, Agent.
About tho largest squad of wild
geese tho doiizons of this neck 'o tho
woods havo over bad tho ploasuro of
witnessing, passed over this city yes
terday about twelve o'clock. From
tho number and tho amount of noiso
thoy mado a porsan would bo led to
bolievo that a cold wavo was closo at
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum bating powders are th greatest
menacen to health of the present day.
0U tAKIHa WwMMl NtW VOX.
GENERAL CITY NETO.
Everything at cost nt Taylor's.
G. M. Castor was huro Thursday.
Mrs. M C. Rockwell mado n trip to
Campboll this week.
Thoy nro tho leaders. Cooncr
wagans at Peterson's.
Robos, robes, robos. All kinds of
robes at J, O. Butler's.
Miss Margaret Minor loft last Sun
day for a visit at Lincoln.
Got Wright's pricos and seo his lino
boforo you got n lion tor.
A. M. Simerson of Bluo Hill was
horo tho last of tho weok.
Seo tho "American" hog fence nt
Mitchell Bros. Best on earth.
You can't mako n rotten egg good by
putting it among n lot of fresh ones.
All kinds of light harness nt Fogol &
Hutchison's, Red Cloud and Cowles.
Attorney Blaoklrdgo was looking
af tor legal mattors in Tronton this week.
Walter Roby soils tho Siugor sowing
machine. Prices right. Got tho best.
Mrs. Dwight Jones nnd daughter of
Guido Rock visited In this city tho foro
part of the week.
If you wnnt anything in tho lino of
horco blankotsor robes cnll on Fogel &
Hutchison, Red Cloud nnd Covlos.
A. C. Hosmor is moving his printing
otllco in tho frnmo building opposito
tho Piatt & Frees Lumber company of
fice. Mrs. Molvn Phillips who has been
visitiug with 11. A. Howard nud family
has returned to her homo nt Portland,
A boy of usual Nobraska weight is
repeated to havo arrived nt tho homo
o! Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bruneriast
J. P. Halo has purchased a rosidenco
proporty in the northwest part of town
andistixing.it up preparatory to oc
A glnnco Into tho show windows
of our stores theso davs is enough to
convince anyono that timo for giving
presents is rapidly approaching.
Blankets, blankets, blankets. Have
you soon my largo stock of blankets.
Squaro blankets, cutawny blankots,
wool blankots, G-A blankets, Burling
ton stay blankets, bias girth blankets,
Storm King blankets and in fact all
kinds of blankets at low prices at J. O.
will aid the
to make .
The dainty cake,
The white and flaky tea biscuit,
The sweet and tender hot griddle cake,
The light and delicate crust,
The finely flavored wafHc and muffin,
The crisp and delicious doughnut,
The white, sweet, nutritious bread and roll,
Delightful to the taste and always wholesome.
Royal Baking Powder is made
from PURE GRAPE CREAM OF
TARTAR and is absolutely free
from lime, alum and ammonia.
There are many imitation baking powder,
made from alum, mostly sold cheap. Avoid
tn them, as they make the food unwholesome.
ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
JUST ft FEW WOHDS
DO YOU HlfOU
Wo have tho
finest lino of
to this city.
I lr fil
i if 11
PRIGES ARE LOW
and tho matorlnls
Wo want you to
boforo you buy.
Ovorconts just as cheap.
F(C(Ctt( FCttf t(ttfrt(t ((
P. A. Wells, onco ono our of prom
tnant nttornovs. now located nt South
Omaha, was shaking hands with old
frionds in this city tho foro part oi tno
Wm Clommons and family left last
night for Santa Monica, California,
where thoy will mako their homo. Mr.
Clemmons while proprietor of tho B.
to M. oating houso hero mudo many
frionds who will wish him success in
his now homo.
This wook tho moat market belong
Ing to Ghas. Schultz was sold to tho
other two moat market men. Tho
stook on hand was purchased by them
each talcing half, and Mr. Reynolds as
sumed tho leaso hold by Mr. Sohiltz.
The reason for the selling was thi con
tlaued ill health of Mr. Schultz, who is
at present very low.
Tho thoroughbred Duroo Jersey hog
salo of A. N. Godwin and Fred Brooks
which was hold in tho ynrd of F. N.
Richardson's livery and feed barn last
Saturday drew a largo crowd nnd tho
animals sold well. Tho pcoplo havo
begun to rcalizo that although blooded
stock does como a little high at tho be.
ginning it Is a very desirable thing to
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postofllcoat Hod Cloud, Nob
raska, for tbo wook ending Nov. 28d,
Campbell, Andrew Campbell, A. M.
Hewitt, Cora Hudson, Jay
These letters will bo sent to tho dead
letter office Dae. 7th, If not called for
before. When calling for abovo please
say advertised. T. C. Haskbu. P. M.
The yong moq of this city havo be
come imbued with the social club idea,
and already steps havo been taken for
tho organization of such. A meeting
was held lust Monday evening at which
timo a temporary organisation was af
fueled and It. D. Bedford chosen as
chairman and J. W. Auld secretary.
A committeo on constitution and by
laws was also appointed nnd another
committee was appointed to scctiro
suitable rooms and attend to tbo fur
nishing of tho same. Another meet
ing is called for this ovoning at which
timo it is expected tho temporary or
ganization will bo mado permanent.
Such aa organization would no doubt
b tho means of much good toour com
munity. Mrs. M. K. Quivoy, district suporin
toudontof tho Children's Home Sooi
oty was lii tho city a wook uttending to
tho Interests of her aisociation, that is
looking up and ca'iug for homeless
children, finding good homes for thorn,
and placing thoni therein. Thero nro
now ton children in nnd around Red
Cloud that sho has placed nnd sho still
looks out for their welfaro. Sho wont
to Cowles Saturday roturning Sunday
night and after some difficulties sue
ccoded in organizing n "local home
board" llko tho one in this city and in
Inavalo. Sho is very successful in
placing ohlldron:ospeclally tho older
onoB wlioro great caro nnd oxporionoe
is nooded. Sho is n very pleasant and
agreoablo lady. Tho moro ono Is ac
quainted with hor tho better they like
hor. Sho has a talent for her work.
The Five Senses
The hoaring ear ministers largely to
tho mental nature. Its chief charm is
that it waits upon tho soul with "a
awobt coucord of sounds."
The seuso of smell stands a step low
or, divided about equally, in minister
ing to the physical and aesthetic, in
The sonse of feeling is still lower.
The nerves of sensation nro its lingers:
through them is fulfilled its function of
handling nnd fashioning tho moro ma
TaBte is tho humblest among tho
senses. Its ministrations aro dovoted,
primarily, to tho body. Tbo fireman
that foods the ongino of the physical
Tisiou is the noblest of our sonses
It presides over tho activities of the
lower faculties, and transcends them
in tho reach of its power.
Yet the most important of all sonsps
is most abusod. The teolh, the nose,
tho ears, all receive due attention upoa
tho sllgh ost note of warning) while
shooting pains and dull aches in and
around tho eyes nature's warnings
aro allowed to go unhoedod, when per
haps perfectly httcd glasses wonld re
liovo present trouble and save further
Jewelers and Qetlckas.
Urlng ui your Watch, Clock aad Jawaky
work. We do the t work, ,'
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