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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1899)
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I TJ1E BIG STORE 1 1
I THE LARG-EST STOCK. J
I Purchased for Gash. 1
Bought at Opportune Times, hi
A cleaving sale, we mean an actual clearing sale. No m&rking up ftf
prices and then selling at old prices, but a disccunt tM
from regular solliug prices. ATI
Cloaks, Jackets and Capes. m
'hh! I liii- imtiinnan full frniln linn lirnknn llnnx find Hi7nn. Ilntlinr Lhfin UK
SW stock up on sizes wo arc going to
yifL dnckets nnd cnp!s on syecial sale
J-i from 82.00 to $3.00 on c.ich garment.
m Underwear. S
vM Men's Fleece Lined Underwear, good weight, regular -10c grade, i
lYi special clearing sale, 33c. Children' Camel Hair Underwear si.e 10 J?J
fJ regular price Uc, special salo at 3c, raise of 3c on a si.e. n-
25 pairs Men's Boots, sizo 0 at $1.50 per pair,
pairs No. 8, 0 and 10 at $2.00 per pair.
Theao are only a few of the many
fflij sale prices on tflll
t,t.- B-wvaBr n m w
XJ COD JTUUUOl
jj Men's Gloves,
1 OUR SPECIAL SAZE
Mean prices last as long as
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
PAID IN EITHER
City Dray and
M.lnL. ROSS, PROP,
Goods Delivered to any part of
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAA1& EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 62.
The Red Cloud Chief
One Year for $1.25.
placo our entire stock ol Cloaks. ffi
at prices that mean a saving of y
A few .
values we are offering. Spocial
staple Dry u-ooas, g
rj.i trn t Vji
vjuuing rittniitia, u
goods are hero for soil!
JE. PRICES Mi
PAID FOR PRODUCE
CASH OR TRADE.
Charges as low as the Lowest
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11 El) CLOUD, N.I3HKASKA, DWI, I, 18JM),
Tlicro am miiiiu nun chants In this
city who havo (and pi olmbly alwujs
will) contended that advertising duct)
not pay. This is the kind i.f man that
makes a newspaper man laugli whun
htt happens to make thu rounds of our
city 011 a day when lliurw is u good
eiowd in town, and casually glances
into the vat ions stores just to sue how
big Iho crowd is at uaeli place Wo
wish some of tlin people who are put
sistcntly saying that advertising does
not pay would just keep "lab" on one
of thu stores that believes advertising
does pay and see how easily they could
convince themselves that they are
wrong In their views.
A favorite argument among the nou
advertisers is that the people uuturally
g to tho large stores whether they ad
vertise or not. This is another fallacy.
I'hu articles kept by some o'.her stoiu
aio in all probability Identical with
goods kept by tho largo stores.
All the dilVeieuce is that tho managers
of tho big stores havo told th general
public in thoir advertisements that
they havo what is wanted and invited
them to come in and got it; whllo tho
other has not told them ho has whnt i:
wanted and tho customer bas not been
invited in to see whether ho has It or
not, and as n rule tho average person
hates to go where they nro not Invited.
Asido from this tho customer knows
Just whore ho can go and get what ho
wants without hunting tho wholo town
It is keoplng your name a business
constantly before the public eye that
counts. There aro merchants in this
city who wo actually believe aro prno
tlcally unknown to a large numbor of
tho now people of this county for tho
simplo reason that tho name never ap
pears in connection with their business,
and according to their views it would
not bonelit them a particle if we
would toll the people they were allvo
and in business, and had something
to sell. There is no business, no mat
ter how small, but what it will pay
the party conducting it to keep it bo
foro the public.
The Man in the End ( the Scat.
A gentleman who is amomborofa
Beatrice church, and who attends reg
ularly, asks us to print tho followingas
voicing his sentiments to a dot: "I
bavo often wondered why so many
people who sit in tho end of the float at
church refuse to 'sit over' when the
usher brings some ono else to the sent.
They would prefer to have thn bark
scraped off thoir shins, theirenrns trod
under foot and the entire cnngrcgRtion
disturned, rather tean 'inovo ovor.' It
scorns so silly or absurd for n man or
woman to doggedly and stubbornly
hang onto a position like this. I've
scon paoplo compolled to sturablo and
fall over live or six persons while
struggling to get a vacant pi ce in a
long Boat. All Mils trouble could be
saved if the eud man would 'movo
over.' But ho won't. At least he has
not up to dato. I often thought if I
was an usher in church and steered a
porsnn into a seat and the end man re
fused to movo over I'd gently bend
over and whisper in his ear, 'Move
over cr I'll throw you over.' I don't
supposo I'll ever bo called upon to run
a church. At least I'll never take
charge of one as long as I'm In the
owspaper business, for a felhw has
enough on his hands if he runs a news
paper right, but if a church Is ever
placed under bit supervision I'll have
athletic, muscular fellows for ushors.
I'll get them if I havo to draw on a
gymnasium for thorn. And I'll give
them strict orders to 'handle' the bull-
headed man who gluos himself to the
end of tho seat and refuses to move
over." Walt Mason.
A Good Practice.
Norih Plalti-, Nub, Nov. 20,1899.
Mrs. W. K. Goodwin, Hox 371, say sho
has tin. very I.m of health, and hIih at-
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Educatol'qtir jlmroU With Ctuouret. '
Candy Coihnrtlc. euro constipation foresee I
lOo.lSo. It a 0.0, tall, druggUu refund mousy, i
The bride and groom visited with
the McCoy family Friday.
Kd Port and family ennui back to
linMi their viit at lMuo 11111.
Mr. I.ni'kwood,lho Method!', minis
ter, has not us jut moved his family to
Mr Shannon has changed boar ling
bourns and is now to bo found at Mi.
K. Armstrong put up a frame for a
uow chicken houso for Mr. Rowland
Miss Jennie Kershnor nnd Mr. An
drows of Prairie Gem were married
on Wednesday, tho 22d.
Mr. Armstrong has been moving
his sou to Keuesaw where ho intends
to binoksmltli tho coming season.
Wo hnvo hail, two weddings in Mr.
Buslwick's family in tho last two
weeks, a son nnd n daughter leaving
tho parental roof to mako homes for
Thu sun forgot to shine upon us last
week, but is making up for lost time
this week, it rained about two inches
in this locality durlup the week and
loft fall grain in good shnpe.
During tho darkness Inst week a
young lady lost her hut and beforo it
could bo picked up a young man on
horsoback allowed his horse te stop on
it uMcily demolishing the hat and al
most breaking the jouog lady's heart
Evangelist Redding still draws gi eat
crowds every night and tbreo times on
Sunduy. Ho preaches n plain out
spoken gospel, and in no way does he
try to compromise with sin or tho
world. Ho will not under any consid
eration countenance sin of any kind.
Cold wave Wednesday.
Corn gathering will soon bo a thing
of tho past.
Mrs. Richard Tumor is on tho sick
list this week.
Mrs. L. A. Haskins was tho guest of
William Van Dyko Thursday.
Mrs. Frank VnoDyko and daughter
Sundayed with her parents Mr and
Mrs. Harris Noblo.
Mrs. Sutherland and Mrs. Phillips of
Bostwlok, were tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wildey this week.
Tho Thanksgiving social at Pouny
creek Dist. 81, was largely attended
and all roport a good time.
Ernest HaBkins contracted livo hun
dred bushols of corn to Daniel NorrU
for twonty-llvo cent por bushel.
L. A. Haskins finished gathering corn
on the Sherwood rauch this week. It
was tho best that has been raised for
Rov. G. W. Huismoll will hold a
series of meetings at Mt. Hope, Kansas
commencing December 10. A cordial
invitation is given to nil.
Miss Shoppard olosod her first term
of school In Dlst. 8 Thursday, Sho
has given good satisfaction. Tboro
will bo two months vacation.
Mary Johnson, deceased, wife of
Frank Boom, was born in Sweden
April Oth, 1815, being fifty-five years,
six months and seventeen days old at
the time of her doath. She camo to
America in the fall of 1809, and was
married to Frank Boom onJulyStitb,
1860, at Burlington, Iowa. Six chil
dren were born t this anion. They
moved to Bladen, Nebraska, in the
spring of 1880. She united with
the M. E. cburob at Plalnview in 1604,
and lived a devoted aad christian life,
and was ready to meet her Savior.
Her husband and children wero all
present with her through hot' last ill
ness and at her tedside when tho sum
mons camo. Sho also leaves many
friends to mourn her loss. Tho funeial
fervices wero hold in thu Baptist
chureli in Hindoo and worn ootid noted
by Ri'V (J W. Htimmcll, It lining hm-
1 1 ii i 't tli'i! I I in- f. ! t yv 1 , Jr y ik (i
. I i.l i u II. 1 1 ,! i In- lut cm I (if
(I'-ii'li in a peiie.'t limnc and ilcpilvox a
family of a good ohi'Mlan mother, but
God's ways aro tho host.
La y ISS
Some grocers are so short sighted as to decline to
keep the Ivory Soap, claiming it does not pay as much
profit as inferior qualities do, so if your regular grocer
refuses to get it for you, there are undoubtedly others
who recognize the fact that the increased volume of
business done by reason of keeping the best articles
more than compensates for the smaller profit, and will
take pleasure in getting it for you.
cemnaHT mm ay thi ccti
Bert Crow was in Superior Mondny.
Chas. Guy moved into his now houso
in town Monday.
A Thanksgiving ball was given in
The Dogroo of Honor had a supper
in tho Montgomery building Tuesday
D. O. Loitb bought thirty-two hoad
of horses and mules hero last Thursday
Montgomery Bros, moved their res
taurant into the Parker building tho
first of the week.
Ed Parker was passing around tho
cigars, a line son having nrrived at Ins
homo Saturday night. Mother and
son doing well.
Tho Sunday school rally at tho Bap
tist church last Sunday was well at
tended. Pcoplo from Blue Hill, Eokley,
Cowlcs, North Branch nnd olsewhoro
John Golding and Miss Dowlor wero
married last Sunday at Danbury, Rod
Willow county, Nebraska, and will livo
on tho Chas. Guy farm thu coming soa
son. Tho brido U a sister of Mrs
Patrick Gilroy and family spent Sun
day at O. B. Harvoy'a.
There has boon a good many turkey
raffles around here this last week.
Clarence Jones expects to move into
his new houso the last of this week.
Mrs. Knight and Miss Maud Knight
filed Cloud have been visiting old
friends in Inavale this week.
There wore rumor8"ofiTThank8glv
ing wedding In the neighborhood.
Will give particulars next week.
Miss Mabel Eddy drove to Franklin
Tueoday returning Wednesday in com
pany with her brother Louis Eddy.
L. H. Luce left Saturday for an ex
tended visit at his old home In Connec
ticut. His many friends will regret his
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Harvey spent
Thnukflgiving with Mrs. Hedgo, tho
mother of tho latter, who lives near
Cath Paid for Rare Coins.
$.'(1 pi i mi. mt piornlu paid for si' vim
U " 'Ii in'- l nv uf thimn ilil i -.lUtO
J81,, IMi .Si-tidilimi'8 tfiSfi-iitinv i.f
tho International Coin Collecting
Agency, Boston, Mass.
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There is only ono way to cure dcafucis
and that Is by constitutional remodios.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed
condition of tho eustachian tubo. When
this tubo is inllnmed you havo a rum
bling sound or imperii ct hearing, and
when it is ontiroly cbsed deafness is
the result, nnd unless tho inflammation
can bo taken out and this tubo restored
to its normnl condition, hearing will Ite
destroyed forever, nine cases outof ten
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