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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1899)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, DKC. 1, 1800.
THE FAMOUS PAINTER
W. II. WILSON, of Palis, painted
150 BEAUTIFUL OIL PAINTINGS
for us, while In our employ on tho lilth, 14th and l,"ith of
this month which wo nru going
TO - GIVE - AWAY
to customers making n ensh purchase of 85 00 before tlio
10th of December. I'rof. Wilson Is tin artist of national
reputation. Every one of thoso painting are worth
more, than $5 00 and we present them
TO - YOTJ
The professor camo in on such short notice tnat we did not
. get a chance to advertise, however wo have mado
another contract with him to come again in tho
near future and will advertise so everybody
may seo this wonderful artist.
Our trado has increased In suah gigantic pro
portions that wo can hardly understand it. Hero
is tho secret. THK PRICK, '.THE QUALITY,
THE QUANTITY. Tho largest stock of season
ablo goods in Red Cloud. WE UNDERSELL
Otx-fc Prices on.
Jackets and Capes.
Wo nro going to sell oTcry Jacket in our storo
boforo Xmns, and PRICB is tho way to po it.
Our big stock of blankets is dwinpling down.
While our assortment is yet compioto thero nro
only a fowof tho kind and while they last tho bar
gains aro still yours.
The most popular dress goods department
LININGS F-HBE With ench drefs pattern at 50c
per yard or over wo will give free 0 yards cambrio
2 yards solissia and 1 yards of duck r REE.
THKNKSCIWINC IS COWING.
Remember! Turnuro Urns, have everything
that will make you thankful that you still live.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Buy a Newton wagon.
Hammock's at cost at Taylor's.
Geo. McCall of Guide Rock was u
Use Dermoline for chapped hands.
Guaranteed bv Cottiug.
J. H. Blacklcdgo aud wife woro in
Tho host is the cheapest. Got n
Newton wagon at Peterson's.
Frank Cowden and wife spent
Thanksgiving with friends in Superior.
Miss Myrtle Jones of Guide Rock
was visiting in tho city tho Inst of tho
Will Kimsoy and wife and Mr. George
and wife of Lebanon, Kansas, were
hero this week.
Miss Mable Saunders visited this
week with her friend Miss Floronco
White at Hostwick.
L. A. Hussnng and family were in
Franklin on tho 2!d to help his mother
pass her 00th birthday pleasantly.
Mrs. VanDuson nnd Miss May Van
Duson of Falls City aro hero visiting
with D. J. Myers and family and othor
Koepyour chickens In good condi
tion by feeding them ground oyster
shell, bono nnd mica grit, tor saio at.
Ed. Young, formerly n resident of
his place, now of Norton, Kansas, ar
rived in tko city Thursday morning on
a Tislt to friends here.
Mr. Arthur Myers and Miss Em
Matkins wer married Im this city on
Wednesday, N"vouW-J".l, Elder Hue
ngof the Lhri-ihin church (ofllolat-
Elder r O. Atwrmd and F. Howard
Sweetnmu, single nvangelist, two
strong mon of the ('In Mian church are
to begin special services in Red Cloud
n December 5th.
A birthday party In which a number
f rolntives and friends participated
was held at tbo home of Mr. and Mrs.
eorgoAmack on Sundny In honor of
tbo birthday of tho Utter.
ZacK Barnes, who has boon visiting
at his old homo In Iowa for a monthor
so past returned home last Friday.
Mis protracted stay mado his frionds
kero believe that ho was working up a
aso of matrimony in which ho was to
bo one of tho participants, but in this
they woro disappointed as ho returned
singly and alone.
Curtains at cost at Taylor's.
Wall paper at cost at Tajlor's.
Fine Teachers Bibles for 8100 at
Tho Chief and Chicago Inter Ocean
one year for $1.25.
AmosCowdon was up from Superior
the first of the week.
Mrs. Ed. Dyer loft Wednesday on n
visit to relatives nt Hustings.
All kinds of robes at Fogel & Hutch
ison's, Red Cloud and Cowles.
Bort Blair ha returned from Kansiu
where he has been for several months
Joe Blair commuted n cloak Hale at
Riverton for tlio Nebraska Mercantile
Co. the first of the week
Do you want n heating atovo? If
you do go to Wright's. Ho has n largo
lino at tho lowest prices,
Elder and Air". Hwong were dined
at the sumptuous hoard of Mrs. Joseph
Lcggins and driving milts, just the
thing to keep out tint cold, full lino nt
Fogel & Hill cliison', Red Cloud and
Mrs. Martha Sleeper and her sister
Mrs, Charley Keijrle left Wednesday
morning for a visit with Ira Sleeper
and family at David City.
Carpets at cost at Taylor's.
Furniture at cost ntTnyloi's.
Heaters in endless varioty n W. W.
The schools aro enjoying a couple
Wm, Parke and wife vMtod in Mo
Cook tlii week.
Frank Goblo spent Sunday on a visit
to friends in Alii a.
Charley Liudley left Thursday night
for a trip to McCook.
Largosl lino of heater In tiio valley
at Wright's hardware store.
Joe Holcomb of Nelson was here this
week shaking bauds with old friends.
Thanksgiving is over nnd tho turkey
population is considerably decreased.
J. L. Kaley and wife and daughter
Ida of Omaha, are lietc vititihg with
friends and relatives,
Fur lobes, gout robes, dog robes,
biilTnlo robes, and in fact all kinds of
robe.-, at J. O. Butler's.
Hum On Saturday, November 23th,
18!)'J, to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Pegg,
a son of tho usual Nebraska weight.
Tho local board of tho Children's
Home society will meol with Mrs. II.
A. Howard on Tuesday, December 5th,
nt 8 p.m.
1 lmvo just unloaded a car of JNowton
wagons. Theso wagons were bought
for cash and tlio price is right. Jambs
Tho nlr was so clenr on Monday
evening tlint tho tiro bell was hoard by
Varlies residing seven or eight miles
iu the country.
Mrs. T. C. Hacker left Tuesday for
Nevada, Missouri, where alio will tako
treatment at tho Weltmer Institute of
Having decided to close out my busi
ness in this city I offer my entire htock
of furnltuie, carpets, curtains and wall
paper at cost. b. V. tayi.oh.
Vern Bishop, n former Red Cloud
boy, now running a jewelry storo at
Long Islpnd, Kansas, was hero several
days this week visiting friends.
Mrs. Dave Rrynnt of Humliolt, this
state, arrived in the city Inst Satut day
morning and i visiting with her pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. Levi Dellnrt.
Mii Belli' Spanogle left Tuesday
morning for Beat rice where she has nc
ci pled a position n stenographer iu
the institute for tie feeble minded.
Notick to Huntkhs Hunting is
intuitively foriiiddeu on itr farms in
Logan township, Smith county, Kan
s, and nny.no found hunting thereon
will bo nroipoutpo Chah. Akbucklk
ANP V. H.SCIHVNKR.
Cheap rates to Hot. Springs aud Cus
ter, Souili Dakota; on Tuesday, No
vitinher 21, December fith and 10th,
18110, tho Biiilingtou route will toll
tickets at rate of one standard fare,
pln $2.00, for the round trip. Tickets
limited to thirty days from date of
snle A. CoNOVEK, Agent.
-On Wednesday evoulng last nn or-
Kaniz-ition of n mens social c'.tib was
effected and the following olllcers wero
elected: W. A. Sherwood, president;
.1 W. Anld, vice-president; R. D. Bed
ford, secretary and treasurer. J. O.
Butler, At. Finch mid C. D. Robinson
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IN THE WINDOW
J O WILES, Prop.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Everything at co-t at Taylor's.
Dyer of MeCook was here
They aie the leaders,
wagons nt Peterson'
Robes, robes, robes,
robes at J.O. Butler's.
All kinds of
wero named as trustees. Tho room
over Cotting'sdrug store will bo fitted
up as a elul) room.
A i'iinl iil,:i, nnd a project that has
been taken up bv tho merchants of
many '-mull cities U the establishing of
rooms iu smiio convenient (dace where
their lady customers from the country
may have a comfortable place to stay
during the hours they must necessa
rily at times spend iu tho city. Rooms
of this kind, piovided with tho latest
luagHzines, t-asy chairs, plenty of
warmth during tho winter months and
a toilet where tlio ladies could llx up
after dusty rides could be established
at. small cost. If you desire the peo
ple's trade make it plsasant for them
when tliev come to' our city.
Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness,
and flavor noticed in the finest cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which ex-
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable
by the use of any other leavening agent.
Made from pure, grape cream of tartar
Got Wright's prices and soo ilia lino
boforo you got n hcator.
Rev. Horton returned tho last of the
week from a trip to Ohio.
Geo. Holllsterand wlfespetitThanks
giving with relatives at Nelson.
Seo tlio "American" hog fence at
Mitchell Bros. Best on earth.
Miss Edna Henderson spent Thanks
giving with friends near Cowles.
All kinds of light harness at Foffol &
Hutchison's, Red Cloud and Cowles.
Waller Roby sells the Singer sowing
machine. Prices right. (Set tlio best.
Clarence Stiuo of Superior was here
the lirst of the week visiting with F. W.
Cowden and family.
If vou want iinvthiiig iu tlielineof
hot'i blankets or robo call on Fogel &
Hutchison, Red Cloud and Co vie.,
Vein Bishop, who formerly held n
position with B. F Mizer, was in tho
City this week i die wing old aeijiiiln
taiices. C. C. Cox left Tueidny evening for
Mt'Ccinl; wheie he spent Thanksgiving
with his sou Ed and family and his
Tlio Seventh Day Adventists hnvu
begun work on their now church edi
fice whicli will be located at Tenth
nvenuo and Webster street.
E. U. Overman and wife left Monday
on a visit with friends and relatives at
their old home at Otiuaivka, Illinois.
They will be gone several weeks.
Blankets, blankets, blankets. Hare
you seen Jiy large stock of blankets.
Squaro blankets, cutaway blankets,
wool blankets, 0-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.
Word was received in this city lust
Monday of tlio death of A. S, Marsh at
his home in Pasadena', California, Mi
Marsh was one of tho old settlers of
this city, haviug for years conducted a
general merchandise business here and
wiih Inter postmaster. He left this
city seveial ents ami nnd went to
California fur his health.
Tlio city council meets in regular
session next Wednesday, and wo have
been requested by tho residents of the
northonst enil of town to call attention
tho condition of tho crosswalks on Kim
street. A sidewalk extends from the
Holland house to tho north end of this
streot, and nlthough it may have been
better nt one time, it onn nt lonst bo
called a good thing iu a spell of muddy
weather llko last week, had tho city
not taken up tho crosswalks to do some
grading nnd forgot to put them down
agnln. As n rule the sidewalks are in
good condition nnd tho city should ro
placo tho two cross-walks that were
Lnst Tuesday evening nbout eight
o'clock our people wero again stirred
by tho clanging of tho hro boll. The
fire was located in a residence belong
ing to Mrs. W. J. Perry in tho north
east part of town whioh was occupied
by Cbas. McCord. A lamp exploding
was tho cause of tho fire. Mrs. McCord
was at homo at the time, having re
tired for ibo night, and loft the light
burning low in another room as Mr.
McCord wat nt church and had not yet
returned borne. The exploding of the
lamp awoke her and sbo gave the
alarm. The damage to the bouse was
small but considerable of tho furniture
Latkb. Sln'co tho abovo was put in
typo the loss of Mr. McCord has been
adjunct! and pnld by the Union Injur
anco Co. of Lincoln, through their
agent J. H. Smith. Tho amount of
damago was W5.50.
JUST ft FEW WORDS 1
CLOTH I NO.
DO YOU KNOW
Wo have the
llnesl Hue of
to this city.
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PRICES ARE LOW
nnd the materials
Wo wnnt you to
boforo you buy.
Overcoats Just as cheap.
ili Ai, . . ,.i..'iyjLi ferTfi W-n isZTK
Not Christmas day or Christmas week, hut tho plain time, thit
best time, tho time of lieadwork nnd heart work, tno titno
of pleasurable anticipations and enjoyable plans.
Tho time of looking and debating and senret whisperings, out of
which will be evolved the gifts most valued and appre
ciated, because carrying with them, weeks of sell
denial, search and Loving forethought.
For tho jeweler it is a tlmo of buying, tinfoluiair and display
ing. Tho time when wo can show you our choice selections, fWlt
from tho packing boxes. Tho tlmo when your early coming wjll
enable you to select some desirnblo and exclusive nriioU to tie
"laid asido." A tlmo when early Christmas shod ping means
much to you. Our line r f
SILVERWARE and SILVER NOVELTIES,
Ladies' and Gents' Watch Chains, Cuff Buttons, Rings,
Charms and Stick and Tie Pins
is largo this year, but tho best of tlio most extensive stock always
goos to tho "oarly birds." Will you bo onoT
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. Rod Cloud, Nobraska.
Christmas ITime is Coming
Our show cases are well filled with
AND OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF
will bo fully displayed next week. Call and sea thorn.
C. L. COTTINQ, The Druggist.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., HCW YODK.
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