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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1899)
THE BIG STORE 1
MADK BIG BY
By Lowest Prices for Highest Quality,
Rv fiivinor Armnlutp. Satisfaction.
By Buying and Selling for Cash.
Speeial Glenrinj Prices on
Xmas Que ens ware Novelties,
Christmas Candies Nuts,
Men's Furnishing Goods,
WE INVITE G0fllM!IS0fl.
IWioer Bros., Red Cloud, Neb.
City Dray and
m, Jnz. ROSS. prop.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 62.
NBWTON and SMITH
ALSO A FULL LINE OP
BUGGIES and DEMPSTER 1tfIJU)iIItkS.
Charges as low as the Lowest
BED CLOUD, NEBKASKA. DEC. 15, 1809,
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL,
has been on tho sick
list this week.
Dounld McCnllum of Uuido Hook
was hero this week.
Mrs. Wni. Tulloys returned this week
from a trip to Bluo Hill.
Miss (Georgia Scott of Guido Hook
wns here tho lirst of tho wook.
Geo. Rogers of Lincoln wns hero
this week tho guest of L. H. Fort and
Bed room sot?, sowing tables, chairs,
rockers and everything to furnish a
house at cost nt Taylors.
J. A. Tulloys and wife arrived homo
this week. Mrs. Tulloys has boon vis
iting in Clay Center, this state.
Tho many frionds of Goo. Overing
aro glad to again seo him out on tho
streets after a bad spell of sickness.
This is your last chance to gut ftirni-
turo ot cost prices. Prices advanco
40 per cont after Jauuary 1st. F. V.
James MoNony, a former citizen and
well known attornoy of this oity, now
located at Seattlo, Washington is hero
this week renewing acquaintance with
In our announcements of new of
ficers in lodges last wook, nmistake oc
curred in the K, of P. officers which
road J. S. Blair, C. C. It should havo
boonTr..O. Wiles, C. O.
Aaron Fry and family of Kont, Illi
nois. arrived in tho city Wednesday
night and will make their homo hero
Mr. Fry has purchased tho old Burtis
nnd John Gilbert farms.
Wo aro pleased to nnnounco that our
follow townsman, Henry Cook, has
thisweek received his certificate to
practico medicine. Mr. Cook baa do
voted much time to tho study and un
derstands tho profession thoroughly.
F. M. Beach of Cowles loft Thurs
day morning for Ponder, Virginia.
Mr. Boach has boon for a long timo
troubled with asthma and goes to this
point in tho hopo that ho may bo bono
nttod by tbo chango. We trust his
hopes may be realized.
John A. Soibort, an old and respect
ed citizen of Webster county, died nt
his homo in Walnut crook, township
last Tuesday of cancor. Mr.-Sibert
has been a sufferer for many mouths
and his death was not unexpected. Ho
was a httlo over 70 years of ago having
been born Soptombor 29th, 1820. Ho
loaves a wlfo and eight children to
mourn kis loss.
A serious accident befell a gontloman
by tho name of K. R. Wood yesterday.
Ho has been hero for severol days pur
chasing mules and while riding his
horse he was thrown sustaining a frao
turo of both bones of tho right leg be
low the kneo. Ono of his foot caught
in tho stirrup aid ho pulled the horses
head down and hold him until ho dis
engaged it. Dr. Beck with tho assist
ance of Dr. Dameroll reduced tbo frac
turo.D Ho wna takon to his home at
Listof letters romnining ancalled for
at the poatofflceat Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ondlngDeo. 14th,
Evans, C. C. 2 Jenson, Angusta
Lane, Mario Lytle, Nattlo
These letters will be sent to tho dead
letter ofllco Deo. 28th, if not called for
before When calling for abovo please
ay advertised. T. C. Hackm. P. 11.
At the regular meeting of the A. O.
U. W. Lodge of this oity held lost
Tuesday evening tho following officers
were eloctod for tho eusuing year:
Master Workman A. Galusba.
Recorder H. E. Pond.
Receiver C. E. Relgle.
Financier Frank Smith,
Foreman Win. Wolfe.
Overseer I. II, Ludlow.
Guide O. D, Hedgo.
IiiBido Watuh-C.T. Diokidson.
Outside Watch L. A. Aultz.
TriiHtto J, S. Kmlgh.
Medical Examiners E. A. Cureluu-taatlL.U.Btck.
Rovival meotlugs still in tho Chris
Mr. McCoy and family Bpont Wed-
nosday with tho Androws family.
We have boon having the tail ond of
n Dakota blizzard by nil npuoaranccs.
Mr Scott, the harbor, is improving
vory slowly, tho fever loft him vory
Quito a number of ohildron in Pots
dam precinct nro nffected with soro
throats and sovoro colds.
Sovoral united with tho Mothodlst
church last Sunday Rov. Hobson re
ceding thorn into tho church,
Tho teachers mooting Inst Saturday
nt Rosomout wns postponod until Jan
uary 27, on account of tho foul weather.
Mr. Elmo Goos lost his wlfo last
l'riday evening otter n protracted ill
nous. Sho was buried on Saturday
Mr. Hampden has returned with his
boy.s from Illinois, wburo ho left his
wlfo with her parents with tho hopo of
restoring her health.
Tho mulo buyer hns beun ovor this
locality buying tho long oared follows
and report has it thnt Mr. McCoy sold
his team and Mr. Rowland ono of his,
and several others in difforont local!
Jcbso McCoy nud Mr. Henry of Blue
Hill camo over to Pralrlo Gem to help
husk corn for Mrs. Korshner, but the
others failed' to Tcome&s'Mre' beebftct
been postponed and also tho party at
Mr. Andrews. Como again fellows and
bring your ladies next timo. You did
well last, shucking two good loads.
Wo havo been having protty cold
weather this weok,
Wo understand a croamory will be
started at Womer next spring.
Mrs. Shadlow of Norton county is
visiting her daughter Mrs. Prill.
Corn husking is still tho order of tho
day although sovoralliavo finished.
Prof. Molntiro's singing class gnvo a
concert at Lone Star Monday ovoning.
Frank Van Dyke, wlfo und daughter
visited at J. L. Williams' last Sunday.
William Cowan will move on the old
Shurtliff farm and Jas. Campboll has
bought the farm now occupied by
J. J. Wboatloy, C. M. Ingram, J. M.
Brown Ans Pounds and C. M. Wycolf
wero attending court at Smith Center
Mathos Brothers havo moved in their
now store at Womer. Thoy havo a
good lino of groceries and dry geods.
They are also feeding n lot of cnttlo
nnd hogs which makes n homo market
for a largo amount of corn.
The Way to Go to California
is in a tourist sleeper, personally con
ducted, via tho Burlington Route. You
make fast timo, You soe tho finest
scenery on tho globe.
Your car is not so expensively fur
nished as a palaco.sleoper, but it is
just as clean, just as comfortable, just
as good to ride in and nearly 120.00
cheaper. It has wido vestibules;
Pintsch gas; high backed seals; a uni
formed pullman portor; clean nodding;
spacious toilet rooms; tables and a
heating rarge. Being strongly and
heavily built, it rides smoothly; is
warm in winter nnd cool in summer.
In charge of each excursion party Is
an experienced excursion conductor
wh accompanies it right through to
Cars leavo Omaha, St. Joseph, Lin
coln and Hastings every Thursday, ar
riving San Franoiscn following Sunday,
Los Angeles Monday. Only three days
from the Missouri river to the Paoillo
coast, including a stop-over of 1 hours
at Denver and 2) hoars atSaltLako
City two of tho most interesting cit
ies on the continent. For folder giving
full information, call at any Burling
ton Houtu tickot oflleo, or write to
Gen'l Passenger Agent Omaha, Nob.
A nice rocker would mako a suitable
Christmas present, Only a few lefts
All ( at cost at Taylor's.
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cz: f O m 7)GJi$fi
A simple and safe way to clean costly and easily
injured articles is to make a suds of hot water and
Ivory Soap, and allow it to cool until lukewarm. This
solution, while very effective, is perfectly harmless.
Ivory Soap contains no alkali. It will not destroy the
surface or texture of any material, however delicate.
Ivory Soap .differs from other soaps.
facture are the purest and best.
OOMIWMT ISM IV IM r BOOTH OAtMtl OO. OINCHNHMI
Evangelists Atwood and Swoolman
are now conducting special meetings
which nro well attended and provok
ing a wido interest. There havo been
several additions, Tko meetings con
Saturday, Deo. 10, "Tho Wanderer's
Sunday, Deo. 17, a.m. "Righteous
ness," 8 p.m. men's meeting, "Seven
Dovils of Red Cloud."
Sunday evening, "Tlio Grandest
Lodgo In tho World-"
Tho singing is inspiring, Tho ser
mons will continuo deeply interesting
from charts and the Book.
A cordinl invitation is extended to
L, A. HcssoNQ, Pastor.
Services noxt Sunday as follows;
Morning sorvico at 10:80.
" 8unday School at 11:00 a.m. Con
ducted by D. B. Spanogle.
Preaching at Amboy at 3 p.m.
Sonior League at 7, p.m.
Evening services at 7:80.
Prayer meeting on Wodncsday oven
Ladles Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All aro most cordially invited to at
tend. Roscor A. Uaknks, Pastor.
Regular sorvices next Sunday as fol
lows: Morning sorvico at 10.80 Subject,
It Is I."
Sunday School at 11:45.
Services nt Indian creek at 3:30,
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavorat0:80 p in. Subject, 'Teach
Us to Pray." Miss Palmer, loader.
Evening sorvices at 7:80. Subject,
"Locked and Barred,"
Prayer and praise meetlag Wednes
day evening at 7:30. Subject, "Bus
All cordially invited to attend these
Fkamk W. Dkan, Pastor.
DclkquMit Peraeiul Taws Mutt Be Paid.
Delinquent personal taxes for tho
year 1808, have been delinquent fer
some titan and must be paid at once,
otherwise I will proceed to collect tho
same by distress warrants.
EdacAtaYour Bowato With Ouaawat.
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It is more
IIUPOItT 09 TUB CONDITION
PEOPLE'S BANK of RED CLOUD
at Hed Cloud, In tbo HUto of Nelrik, nt tba
cloio of builneu Ooo. Iltb, 1SW.
Loan nd Dlicotint........ 941,852 61
OTerdrtfu, secured mid unnocured....- l,tu 79
Wftrnmu na mumps.............. ... wu ou
Furniture and nxtnre. .. M4 S6
Current eiponaci and taxci pald..... 1,7-19
cnecB aim outer cam iiemi..
Duo from National and (Stale
Nlckela and peunlci.
Hpecle .-. ........
Legal tender uotea....,
Total caah on band
, 1,039 bO
, S8.M4 89
Totai. ....- ....... I104,6S1 51
Capital atock . 11&.000 00
BUIDIUI IUI1U...........- JU.UXJ uu
undivided urouu l.r;a w
IndlTldual bepoilla subject
to oiicck..- sao.vuo w
Demand Ceitlllcatci of de
noilt 18.810 15
Time Certificate of depoilt 88 CO 76,115 01
Total. ... .IIW.531 01
STATa Or NlBKARKA, I...
County of WobterlM . ,.
f, W. A. Bborwood, cash lor of the
abovo named bank, do MOlemnly iwcar tbat tbe
abovo ataiemont In true to tho bcit of my knowl
edge and bellof.
lATTiT W. A. HiiEHWoon, Cathler.
J. h. MiNtn, Director.
(). It. MiNitii, Director.
Subtcrlbcd and Bworti to before me tbli 14tb
day of Dec, 1890.
D. J, Mrr.nn, Notary rubll.
HEPOIIT OF TUB CONDITION
STATE BANK'S? RED CLOUD,
CIIAUTBK. No. 313,
at Ited Cloud, In IhoStatoof Nobraka, nt the
cloao of builncva Deo. 2nd, 18W,
Loam and DIcount.m..... 179,778 73
Overdrafla. accurcd and unoecured.. . 1,818 M
Current ezpentea and tazci paid ... I. SIS M
Cbecka and other catb Iteml 31 59
Due from NatloualHtataand
rrlvatebaukiandbankera 31.075 2ft
Illlli of other banka V.417 90
Fractional currtney, ntckela
and cent. m.-..... !M 19
Gold . . 1,710 00
Hllver . .. 459 00
Leial Tender-...-............. 1,501 OO
ToThl caah on band....- ...-....
Capital ttock paid In-.-.. ...... .....
Hurplui fund. ..-... -.......-.
Undivided proflt ........
Individual deposit subject
to check .. 77,093 5J
Demand certlflcalee of de
poilt 10.M2 6tf
Time certificate of depoiiu. 2,498 t
Total DfpoBlt........-.. ..-. ..........-,
Statk or NaaaAiKA, I .
uuumy oi v cosier, t
. . J ."' T: AuW cahler of the
abovo named bank, do noloinnly iirearthat tho
above tatemenl I true to tbe best of my knowl
edge and belief. ' "'"""
rAc. Dlrecuor. W' T-A. C..h.er.
W.T. A itl.li. Director.
Subscribed and aworn to before me tbli nn
day of December, 1899. ' ""
C, W. Kalkt, Notary Publlo.'
Examination Notice. -
IteRiilur examinations for persons
desiritiK to tench in Wubstor county
aro hold in tho superiatondont's oktlce
at Bed Cloud, tha third Saturday in
each month, J '
Eva J. Cam, Couaty a,.
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