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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1899)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 1809.
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are made with Royal Baking
Powder, and are the most appe
tizing, healthful and nutritious
Hot biscuit made with im
pure and adulterated baking
powder are neither appetizing
It all depends upon the bak
Take every care to have
your biscuit made with Royal,
which is a pure cream of tartar
baking powder, if you would
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NIW YORK.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Buy a Newton wagon.
Hammock's at cost at Taylor's.
Santa Cluus at tho Baoket Store.
Will Smith returned from a trip to
Mra W. S. Garber was visiting in
Lincoln thie week.
Use Dormolino (or chapped hands.
Guaranteed bv Cottlng.
Toys, toys, toys, and toys till you
can't rest, at Racket Store, Moon block.
Bernard McNony after a sovoral
week's sojourn in Omaha returned
Mrs. Lizzio Howard of Pueblo Colo
rado, is hot o visiting with James Bur-
don and family.
Lost, botweon Amboy and Red Cloud,
n now pieced quilt. Findor ploaso
leave at Warren's markot.
F. W. Cowdon was looking after bus
iness matters and visiting with friends
in Lincoln tho first of tho week.
tf Geo. Gibson and Miss Mary MoKim,
both of Lebanon, Kansas, were mar
ried by Judgo Duffy on Decombor 8th.
Mrs. Charloy Roiglo and her sister
Mrs. Martha Sloopor havo returned
from a visit with relatives nt David
Keep your chickens in good condi
tion by feeding them ground oyster
shell, bono and mica grit. For salo at
Married, at tho Fourth Avenue hotel
on November 20tb, 1809, Mr. Carl M.
Person, of Blue Hill, and Mrs. Helena
S. Benton, ot Kansas City, Missouri,
L. A. Hussong, officiating.
Mrs. H. H. Hurloy of Denvor arrivod
in the city last Sunday morning being
called by tho serious illness of nor
Bother Mrs. D. B. Spanogle who suf
fered a stroke of paralysis on Satur-
Singing Evangelists Mr. and Mrs. F.
' H. Sweetman of Sioux City, Iowa, are
at the home of Pastor Hussong. They
are here to direct the music in the
special mooting -ft the Christian
The Scandinavian Ladies QuartetU
will appear at the Baptist church or
Saturday evening, December 10th. Tha
rganieation consit'i of the (our Misses
Christlanwho are uied vocalists. One
f them is a fine whUtler.
We art pleased this week to an
ounco the marriage of Miss Amelia
Holtz to Mr. Anthony Schaefer, which
happy ereUt occurred on Saturday,
December 2d?Revf Joseph Flecklnger
officiating. The bride is the daughter
of Josoph Holtz, an old and respected
sVitlzen of the south ward, and Is an
estimable young lady and much res
pected by her acquaintances, The
, groom has resided here tor a number
of years and in a muoh respected citi
zen. Tho Chief extends cougratula-
tions and best wishes.
Curtains at cost at Taylor's.
Wall paper at cost at Taylor's.
Fino Teachers Bibles for $1.00 at
The Chief and Chicago Inter Ocean
ono year for 81.25.
Miss Dollio Shopherdsou of Riverton
was hero Wednesday.
The often of Chauey & Mercor has
boon newly papered.
Geo. Stowart returned tho last of the
weok from a trip to Spring Ranch.
J. L. Kaloy and wifo and daughter
Ida, returned to thoir homo in Omaha
Grant McFarland of Lincoln was in
tho city tho first of tho wook greeting
Miss Rcddon of Guide Rock wan hero
the first of tho weok tho guost of hor
Como in and look at tho Christmas
goods whether you buy or not. Racket
Storo, Moon block.
Do you want a heating stove? If
you do go to Wright's. Ho has a large
lino nt tho lowest pricos.
Ed. Young who has boon visiting
with relatives hero loft Tuesday for
his homeat Norton, Kansas.
Mrs. Clegg of Albert Lea, Minnesota,
arrivod in tho city tho lirst of tho weok
on a visit to her sister Mrs. G. W. Lind
sey. Robort E. Hastings and Miss Daisy
N. Barrett wero married by Rev. Ros
coo A. Barnos on Wednesday, Docom
berOth. Puro kottle rondorod lard at War
ren's market. Contains no cotton seed
oil or tallow, such as you And in the
packing house product.
John Yoder and family who have
boon residing for some time south
west of town departed Tuosday morn
ing for Mlllersburg, Ohio, where they
will mako thoir future home.
Evangelist C. C, Atwood and wife
arrived from Kinsas City, Missouri,
Tuesday forenoon to begin work at
the Christian church in a series of
gospel meetings. They are at the
homo of Mrs. Graves.
TAOHEits Report: Those perfect
iu attendance during the month of No
vember in Dist. No, 27, are as follows:
Minnie Gurnoy, Vernie Gurney, Sarah
McPartland, Anna MrPartland, Hugh
MoPartland, Frank Deno, Will Gurney,
Geno Gurnoy, Minnie Kellott. Laura
E. Hbdok, Teacher.
A sorious accident befell Brant
Christy at bis homo south of town on
last Monday afternoon. He was out
hunting about a half milo from the
house with a muzzle loading gun and
when he tired the weapon a holo burst
in the barrel near where he was hold
ing it with his left hand .villi tho con
sequenco that a portion of the thumb
was blown off. Ho came to town and
had the wound dressed.
Carpots at cost at Taylor's.
Furnlturo at cost a Taylor's.
Everything at cost nt Taylor's.
Heaters In endless variety a W. W.
Dr. Waldon of Riverton was In the
Robes, robes, robos. All kinds of
robes at J. O. Butler's.
Fob Salic Ton brood sows and forty
pigs. Ludlow Bnos.
Got Wright's pricos nnd boo his lino
boforo you get n hoator.
Largest lino of heators in tho valloy
at Wright's hardwaro storo.
Nottlo Postlewalto of Guide Rock
was hero the first of tho wook.
Tho now club room was formnlly
opened on last Monday evening.
QMyrtU Kaloy returned from a visit
to Guldo Rook tho last of tho wook.
Mrs. M. C. Rockwell returned Mon
day from a business trip to Campbell.
Walter Roby soils tho Singer sowing
machine Prices right. Got tho best,
Wm. McClelland of Bloemlngton
was hero visiting his daughtors Wed
nesday. Mrs. J. H. Blaoklodgo returned Mon
day from a visit with friends at Bloom
ington. The now fair association havo hlod
artioles of Incorporation with tho sec
retary of state.
Mrs. Will Mitchell returned hoae
Saturday morning from a visit with
relatives at McL'oek.
Whoa, thorot Stop and seo the
brand new Xmas goods at tho Rackot
Storo, Moon block.
Mrs. Ham and Mrs. Dlohl of Edgar
wero horo this wook visiting with Goo.
W. Francis and family.
Mrs. Newman of Campbell is in tho
city this wook taking troatment at the
Instituto of Osteopathy.
W. T. Auld received a bruised faco
by falling whilo alighting from a motor
car in Omaha last week.
M!ss Clara Kellogg loftMonday morn
ing for Tronton whorosho has accepted
a position as stonographor.
A. Scott of Campboll, ono of the
Chief's old nnd roliablo standbys was
a callor at our wigwam today.
Henry Nowhouso was in Guide Rock
Mondav looking aftor business in the
optical lino of Nowhouso Bros.
Mrs. Wm. Cropp of Republican was
here tho first of tho wook visiting with
her sister Mrs. G. W. Francis.
Tho storm entranco has boon placod
in front of tho postoffico which Is n
sign that winter is approaching.
Cora Hewitt from Iowa, who was on
hor way to Kansas stopped off nnd vis
ited with friends horo tho first of tho
OStanloy Woodward and Miss Emma
Doan of this county wero granted a
licopso to wed by Judgo Duffy on Dec
Mr. and Mrs. Wetherald of Hebron
who spent sovoral days last week with
S. F. Spokesfleld nnd family, returned
Having decided to closo out my busi
ness in this city I offer my ontiro stook
of furnlturo,carpots, curtains and wnll
papor at cost. F. V. Taylor.
W. N. Richardson has disposed of
his stook business to A. Morhart and
he will removo his offico to tho ono for
merly occupied by Mr. Richardson.
Rev. Roscoe Barnes and wife wero
treated to a pound party on .Thursday
night and bosidos receiving tho numer
ous gifts of suoh ocoasions woro pre
sented with something over fourtoon
dollars in silver.
Notice to Hunters. Hunting is
positively forbidden on tho farm
known as tho old Day farm on sootloa
84, town 1, range 11, in Webster coun
ty, Nebraska, and anyone found hunt
ing thereon will boprosecuted. O. T.
Blankets, blankets, blankets. Have
you seon my large stock of blankets.
Squaro blankets, cutaway blankets,
wool blankets, 5-A blankets, Burling
ton stav blankets, bias girth blankets,
Storm King blnnkots nnd in fact all
kinds of blankets at low prices at J. O.
A system regulator is a medicine
that strengthens and stimulates the
liver, kldiey, stomach and bowols.
Prickly Ash Bitters is a superior sys.
torn regulator. It drives out all un
healthy conditions, promotes activity
of body and brain, restores good uppe
tlto, sound sleep and cheorful spirits.
For salo by O. L. Cotting.
List of letters romaining uncalled for
at tho postoffico at Rod Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho wook ending Deo. 7tb,
Cooper, Chas. Kelloy, Francis C.
Foloy, W. E Wechtor, Christ
These letters will bo sent to tho dead
lottor offico Deo. 21st, if not called for
before. When calling for nbovo ploaso
say advertised. T. C Hacker, V, M.
IN THE WINDOW
J. O. W1LK3, Prop.
Tho past wook has boon an unusually
activo ono among tho various secret
societies, it boing flection of officers
for tho ensuing year for most of thorn.
Somo ot tho lodges also indulged in
Buppors to roplenlih tho inner man
aftor the closo of the ovoning's work,
following Is a list of the now officers
olectod by tho various ordors as near
as can bo learned.
GRAND ARUY OK THE REPUBLIC.
Com. H.E. Pond.
8. V.-J. S. Whlto.
J. V.-D. L. Groat.
Surgeon J. M. Sollars.
Q. M.-J. W. Warren.
0. D.-W. B. Roby.
O.G. J.W. Vest.
Rep. D. J. Judson.
Alt. J. W. Warren.
N. G.-J. S. Whlto.
V. G.-W. B. Roby.
Roo. Seo.-O. C. Tool.
Fin. Soo. Goo. R. Rickotts.
Treasurer G. W. Dow.
Trustecs-G. W. Dow, W. B. Roby,
L. M. Crabill.
KNI01IT3 OP I'YTHIAS.
Mastrr of Work R. D. Bedford.
0. 0. J. S. Blair.
V. C J. S. Blair.
Prolate Bert Ducker.
Master at Amu Wm. Coon.
Master of Finance Carl Studt.
Master of Exchequer II. P. Sowtor.
K. R. and S. Ed. Wlckham.
DEOHCE OP HONOR.
P. C. LII1U Overing.
Chief Mary Krnlik.
L. of H. Emma Roynolds.
C. C Fay Toothacro.
Rec II. E. Pond.
Financier Kato Pond.
Treasurer L. F. Bohror.
Usher Altu Smolsor.
1. W. 11. G. Runohey.
0. W. Frank Smolsor.
V. C Uuscoo Gather.
W.A.-Geo. I. Kelloy.
Bankor E. J. Overing.
Escort II. J. Muurer.
1. W. Benjamin Pogg..
O. W.-F. A. Gulwits.
Clerk F.V. Try lor.
Manager J. Nustein.
Physician F.E. McKceby.
The Big Injun Is preparing to romovo
its wigwam to another part of tho ros
orvation and by tho first of tho coming
month will be roady to smoke tho pipe
of peaco In tho basomont of tho F. &
M. bank building formerly oceupiod by
tho Nobraska & Kansas Farmer. Tho
room is now boing fixed up nnd we
hopo to havo cozy quarters whore wo
invito all our frlonds to call and soo us.
If our papor is not up to tho standard
for a weok or so our readers will ploaso
boar in mind that tho removal of a
printing offico Is a big undertaking.
A Missouri man can bo depended
upon to look out for himsolf evan in
times of distress as will bo soen by the
following from an exchange: A Mis
souri woman diod and was boing car
ried by four pall boarera to the grave
yard, when tho bearors, in passing a
sandy part in the road, stumbled and
foil and jolted tho woman bank to life.
She lived sovea years after that and
thon died again. Again tho pall bear
ers took up tho coflln and started for
the graveyard, and when they rcaobed
the sandy spot the husband rushed
forward and said: "Steady, boys,
Wo mako you this promise.
Wo promlso you a clean
saving of ovory nrtlaloyou
buy of us in our lino Tho
cold woathor demands
warmer wearing apparel.
Wo moot your demands for
Mon's, Boy's and Children's
Suits and Overcoats,
Caps, Gloves, Mittens,
Arctics and Underwear,
Our ronutatloa rests on our goods.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS AND
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
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Anticipation Begets More
Pleasure than Realization.
If this is true, thon Christmas time is horo. Tho day for
planning, for "hints," for buying, not n day too oarly for tho
lattoy, if you would avoid tho push, and tho rush, nnd tho worry.
Don't put off selecting your gifts so that you am worn out, and
cross when tho blessod dny comes. A light heart is tho huttof
Just a word boforo you think of ChrlstnuiH buying, Don't
bo too practical, don't give coal, or flour, or jjlovos or stock logs
in tho family or out, unless thoy nro actually in need of theso
homoly necessaries of life. Do us you would, not as you are tlonu
by. Don't give a thing thnt Ih leally ncrdid, if you want your
Grosont appreciated. Givo something the recipient would never
uy for himolf or herself. Uso a llttlo un common sense. Buy
a bit of Jewelry, Cut Goass, Sfbykkwaki!, somo of tho many
Steklimo Silvkr Noveltibs, a Kino, Cuain or Charm.
Or if you wont to go a little moro into tho practical, Just
enough not to bo too practical, select a Watch on Clock, a set
ok Si'00N8 on Knives and Fobks. Numerous other doslrablo
artiolos, which wo havo miro spaco in our storo to show than wo
havo horo to mention. Tho wise will look oarly and bay early.
Will you bo wise or otherwise
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. Bod Cloud, Nebraska.
The following itom takon from the
Lincoln Daily Stato Journal of today
we presume is in regard to tho death
of a former citizon rif this city: "A. U.
Becker, formerly a resident of Lincoln,
diod at Detroit rocontly aftor a sick
ness of throe days, Tho body was ta
ken to Buffalo, N. Y., and burled in
the old family burial ground. Mr.
Becker was aevonty-seven yoars old
and he diod of old ago moro than any
particular disease, Mr. Booker whon
living in Lincoln was quite well-to-do,
His son, Hurry Decker, was engaged in
tho bakory business for u number of
years and has since gono to Denver.
Onr Christmas Stock
Is complete with the best things in the market, We
ask your attention to a beautiful lino of
Perfumery in Fancy Bottles,
Fine Books and Cheap Books at 15c and 25c,
A Beautiful Display of Lamps,
Toys, Dolls, Doll Buggies,
Fancy Dishes, Framed Pictures,
Toilet Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes,
and other things too numerous to mention. Call and seo us,
C. L. COTTING, The Druggist.
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