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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1900)
A reliable clockls a necessity in cv
cry well regulnted household. Our
clocks combine bounty of design with
accuracy in time keeping. Wo guar
anteo every clock wo sell and know
how to tuako it go light if it goes
Our flngor tings nil have tho ring of
goodness. They stand the closest in
spection under tho strongest light of
lay, Your critical inspection invited.
Thoro nro two kinds of people wo
want to watch. They who have watch-cs-no
want Jo repair them. They
who havo hono we want to sell them
JKWKI.EK4 A Ol'TICIANS.
Tdk C'uiw $1 per yenr.
Stove repairs nt W. W. Wright's.
For farm loans call an C. W. Kaloy.
The Onmr and Chiuago Inter Oceaa
no year for 81.35.
Cowden-Kaley Go. for hats,t caps,
gloves and mittens.
J. L. Miner and Obas- Gurnoy made
a trip west this weok.
A windmill has been put up at the
residence of J. L. Minor.
Miss Bottha Talbot visited with
frleads at Gnido Rock Sunday and
CMrs. W. B. Roby returned homo
Thursday night from a soveral weeks
visit in Illinois.
Mra. E. J. Ovoring and daughter
Sadie returned Thursday from a sum
mar's visit in Maine.
Samuol LIghtfoot who loft overland
in tho middle of tho summer for Olo
rado returned home today.
Miss Nellie Fort returned Tuesday
evening from a visit with relatives in
tho eastern part of the aiato.
M. S. Marsh of Grand Island, for
merly of this city was hero tho first of
tho week visiting old friends.
Anthony Schaefor returned Wednes
day night from a several month's trip
to Oregon and other western states.
Don't delay until thoy aro all gone
but come and got a buggy or spring
wagon at Peterson's and save from five
to ten dollars.
Mrs. l)r Rico who has been visiting
witli her brother, Dr. J. S. Emigh and
other rolatives, returned to her homo
-at Anrorn, Illinois today.
Wo carry the largost lino of mons'
and boy's duck coats, water proof and
wind proof. Hoy's 83c to $1.50, mens'
1 0d to $3.75 The Cowokn-Kalky
A. Cook and wifo returned Wednes
day from a soveral week's stay with
tlioir daughter Mrs. Willis Robertson
at Primroso, town. Mr. Cook is very
roach taken with that portion of tho
Tho telephone system is now con
nected north with Ayr, Blue Hill, Blad
en, Campbell, Cowles, Ego), Lawrence
and Rosomont. This will bo a good
thing for receiving election roturns
from tho northern part of tho county.
Riverton will give n republican rally
Saturday. An ox roa&t nnd other at
tractions nro offered. Tho McCook
band is scheduled to furnish tho music
for tho occasion. Mary K. Lease will
be the principal orator.
For a )
SQUARE MEAL i
i next i
I SATURDAY 5
go to I
J. O. WILES, Prop. J
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL,
Cowdcn-Kalny Co., for shoes for men
All kinds of wire fencing nt Wright's
Ono of Mark McConkcy's children
was burled Sunday.
Tho lino of heating stoves at Wi ight's
is superb. Soo them.
Otto Pope left last Saturday for n
trip to Cincinnati, Ohio.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, on
Saturday, Octobor 27, a gin.
Mrs. Goorgo Warren has returned
from a week's visit at Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McBride nro
tho parents of a bouncing baby boy.
Cowden-Kaley Co., for mens' nobby
neckwear, collars, cuffs and shirts.
I havo a few first class sowing ma
chines to trndo for stock. F. V. Tay-
Chris. Fasskr of Blue Hill was in
tho city today accompanied by L. C.
Alex Bcntley, formerly of this city,
now of Lincoln was visiting old friends
in the city this week.
Mrs. A. C. Hosmcr loft this Friday
morning for her former old home at
Clinton, Illinois, on n visit.
L. A. Haskins returned Wednesday
ovoniug from a soveral week's sojourn
at Elroy and other points in Wisconsin.
Geo J. Warren wh is a juror in tho
federal court at Linooln came home
Friday night and returned to Lin
cola ngain Sunday night.
I bavo juit unleaded n car of the
llncst buggies and surreys that linvc
ever been brought to tho town. Come
in and see them. Jab. Pktkhson.
Aro you going te buy n sewing ma
chine? If so I have the host raachiae
for the money ever offered. Do not
fail to see it before buying. F. V.
Next Tuesday is the day. After that
things will settle back to tho old rou
tine. The price of gold may not go up
but tho prico of campaign orations
will go down.
All voters sheuld acquaint them
selves with the way in which tho ballot
is voted. If you do not understand it
ask some ono who docs and be sure
you make no mistake in voting.
When you go to voto next Tuesday
put an X after tho names of O. E.
Hicks, F. P. Olmslead and I. B. Hamp
ton. There aro two senators to elect
la Nebraska and thoy are tho boys to
see that the right kind aro chosen.
Wanted: Man to manage branch
office for wholesale house; salary $120 00
per month, ofllce expenses nnd com
mission. Must furnish satisfactory
references and $800.00 cash. Address,
Wholesale, No. 004 Nelson Bldg., Kan
sas Oity, Mo.
Report of Dist. 33 for month ending
October 20th, 1900. Pupils on roll 24.
Average aUondanco 2. Tardies 17.
Pupils neither nbsont nor tardy, Anna
Hansen. Mnrthn Ilnnsen, Lizzie Cop
loa, Julia Jelenix, Keller Cplen, El
mer Bunt, Andrew Hansen, George
Ramoy. Lillian Ramky, Teacher.
As everyone knows, L. A. Hawkins is
a devout Bryan man, nnd ho has also
been away on a visit. While the
writer was pausing his house wo were,
surprised to notico a largo picture of
tho republican presidential candidates
in tho window. Wo aro inclined to
think that Ins bettor half has boon
playing a joke on him or is a republi
can horsolf. Maybe he has seen so
much prospeiity up in Wiaconsintkat
ho placed It thero himself since his re
turn. Wo wish to nnnounco this week a
pleasant call from tho Rov. J. II. M.
Cobb, pastor of tho Methodist church
of this city, and must say that ho im
pressed us as being a very pleasant
gentleman and one who will do much
toward tho building up of that soeioty
hero. The pleasure of tho visit was
mutual nnd wo believe that tho gentle
man left with tho impression that wo
did not huvo horns and were not near
as bad as some threo or four persons
who up to (Into have not road their
titles clear would like to have people
Tho smokers of Red Cloud enn lind
on salo by H. E. Grico nnd a few of the
locol dealers ono of tho choicest nnd
most phenomenal retailing cigars ever
manufactured in tho west, the "luck"
clear. It is hand made throughout and
unrqualed in workmanship by any 5
cent cigar on tho markot. Tho "Tuck"
cigar has in its Ullor tho linest grade ef
old unllavored tobneco that can bt pur
chased and used in a fi cent cigar. Its
drnf l is pel fectlon. Tho "Tuck" cigar
is packpd in tin foil in packages of llvo
with the object in viow of keeping it
fresh, retaining tlio lLivornnd protect,
ing it from breakage when carried in
thu pocket." Tho "Tuck" cigar is in
fact poi lection in everj thing that is
rr quired to mako a choice smoke.
There is u cigar made in tho llvo cent
cigars that equals the Tuck cigar, in
line workmanship, quality, draft and
QUer. Try the "Tuck."
Last week I told you
that goods well bought
woro half sold. This Is
a true saying from tho
way tho penplo buy
when thoy see what I
hav for tho money. I
will sell you a better job
than you can buy at
Chicago or any other
place for tho money.
Compare my goods nud
ptlets witli otheis nnd
see for yourself.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Roy Young and wife wcro in Hast
ings this week.
See the Uno display of heating stoves
They all g to Peterson's when thoy
want a good buggy.
Walter Roby sells tho Singer sowing
machine. Prices right. Got tho best.
Pay your sulnoriptiea and get a cal
culating pencil. Thoy are a littlo won
der. Mrs. C. L Wiafroy returned Wednes
day frnm a several weeks v.'sit in the
From the way that tho baggies are
going nut from Putersou's he must
havo something attractive.
Lost. Coming from depot, small
green purso containing about 70 cenu
in change. Finder leave nt thh ofllce.
Tho "Ashlacd," "Secretary", "Direc
tor," "Sothorn," and "The Booth."
Proper things in shirts. Tur. Cowukn
Kai.ky Clothino Co.
Hicks, Olmstoad and Hampton are
thVe men who will do credit to them
selves nnd tho community they repre
sent. A vote for them is a vote for
Rockers and iron beds at greatly re
duced prices for tho next thirty days
to mako room for holiday goods nt
Wolfe's furnituro store. We mean
business. Come and see.
A New England young man, height
Oft Tin., weight 140 pounds, blonde
linir, blue eyes, does not drink or use
tobneco, intends to buy a farm in Neb
raska and wishes to correspond with n
Nebraska lady as a help-mate is need
ed. Strictest coalidonco. S. 11. Jim
MKitsos, Port Chester, New' York.
Hnmeseekers excursions to Arl.onn,
Arkansas, Indian Territory, Lousiann,
New Mexico, Oklahoma Territory, and
Texas. D.ites of sale Nov. 0 to 20,
December 4th and 18th. Ono fare plus
$2 for tho round trip, limited twenty
ne days from date of salo, continuous
passage in both directions. A. Con
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postoflico ut Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending Nov. 1st,
Hnrbaugh, Jess Mullen, W.
Ray, C. C. Stone, Mamie
These loiters will bo sent to the dend
loiter ofllce November 15th if not call
ed for before. Whon calling for nbovo
please say "advertised." T. O. Hack
(juldo Rock did itsolf proud last
Monday, tho day of tho republican
rally. Novor before in tho history of
the town hns it soon such a crowd.
Everything was thero that was adver
tised and a little more too. Tho dele
gation front Red Cloud was much larg
er than tho railroad company hud evi
dently figured on nnd nbout a hundred
woro left at tho Red Cloud depot whon
tho trnin pulled out, who could not
squeeze nbonrd Everyone reports a
good time arid plenty of republican en
thusiasm. The person or persons who have
been tearing up sections of defective
sidewalk on Fourth avenue may think
they are doing a smnrt trick, but whon
they havo to go through tho mud this
winter they will understand how silly
their act of vandalism was. Tho start
which this paper has bcou crying for
for years brick hidowalks has begun
nnd with tho advent of the summer we
believe that many of thU material will
be put in. The council should draft nn
ordinance specifying tho kind of side
walk that t-lioulcl be put in whon tho
old ono is taken up nnd it should bo
biick. Do this and the property pf tho
city will advance in value and tho
looks of tha street bo enhanced amaz
ingly. As a stranger said, your varie
gated walks of brick, ashes, gravel,
sand, and board looks like h 11.
Now is tho timo to subscribe
Amos Co ml en of Suporlor was here
iho first of tho weok.
L K Fcls tho Webster streot barber
will give you a good shavo.
'). M. Abel of tho B. & M. totcols
taklug a lay-off for n few days.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Dickey,
on Saturday, October 27, a girl.
For a good smootho hair cut or shave
go to L. K. F-is on Webster streot.
James Burden was looking after
business matters in Omaha this week.
Fred Glover of Kansas City was hero
this week looking after live stock in
terests. Ed. Emlgh who loft hero soveral
moutliH ago tor Seattle, Washington,
Is homo again.
Tho "Lion Brand" shirts aro the best
in tho world. For salo by Tho Cowden
Knloy Clothing Co.
Dr. Crcightou hns plared a lino hitch
ing stone with his name cut thereon
in front of his now residence.
L E. Feisof Campbell hns purchased
the barber shop of J J, Baker. Jesse
will remain with him for somo time.
A dnnco will bo given nt tho Fire
man's hall, tomorrow Saturday even
ing, November ild, and tho usual good
timo is expected.
A very pleasnnt dnnco wn given at
the Mnsonio hall Inst evening by tho
IndlcR of the Episcopal church aad a
very pleasant timo wns had by those
"Lion Brand" shirts hnd tho largest
summer sale of any shirt hi Amencn.
Tho fall line surpasses anything ever
attempted in shirt manufacture. Seld
by The Cewdea Kaley Clothing Ce.
Wo have before us a saraplo of the
ba'.lot to bo used at the coming elec
tion next Tuesday. It is a very bulky
affair, measuring 14x42 inches, and if
the voto is very henvy dry goods boxes
will bo in great demand for ballet
boxes. It is also one that will requiro
a censldorablo amount of study and
riWD in marking in order thnt no mis
takes bo made.
Report of school in Dist. 85, for
month ending Octobor 20, 1000. Num
ber enrolled for month, males 22, fe
males 14, total 20. Average attend
ance, males 10: females 13, total 20.
Those neither nbsont or tnrdy areas
follows: Laura Harris, Iror.a Kent,
Carrie Manly, Blanche Pope, Mnblo
Pope, Maggio Robinson.'Russel Amack,
Archie Hnrns, Charles Harris, and
Walter Popo. Nkttik Hummel, Tea
cher. Pkoi'osalh ron Bids: Sealed bida
will be received by the city clerk until
Wednesday, November 7th, ut 0 p.m.
for tho construction of four brick
crosswalks nt the intersection of 4th
avonae nnd Webster stroet, walks to
be 18 bricks wide, of llrst-class paving
brick and laid on n good nnd sufficient
foundation of sand or cinders, center
to bo threo inches higher than sides,
nnd to bo bound on sides with stone.
For further particulars call oa city
clerk -J.E Kkslku, City Clerk.
Mary E. Lease spoko to a large and
vory attentive audience nt tho opera
bouso last Monday evening. Sho
spoko from n republican point of view
nnd the way she exposed Bryan and
Bryanism showed clearly that she
knew what sho was talking about. It
is just as she says, "whon tho demo
crats swallowed tho populist party
t'roy didn't swnllew mo." As a speaker
sho can command more respectful at
tention thnn any speaker who has been
here this year. Her talks aro interest,
ing and instructive nnd her compari
sons aro simply immense. It you did
not gel to hear her go to Riverton next
Saturday. It will be worth your time
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
Tie Dtscovfrer of Bwamp-Root at Work la
Thero Is a disease prevailing In this
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths aro caused by
It heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy aro often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad
vance the kldney-polsoned blood will attack
tho vital organs, or tho kidneys themselves
break down and waste away- cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood the albumen
leaks out and tho sufferer has Brlght's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
covery 3 the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mall, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and Its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer St Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.
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if Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co. fj
fj LEADERS IN LOW PRICES. &
3 o i i . . r .
9 opeciai - low - rriutjs s
Men's, Boy's and
We were fortunate this season in our fall
and winter purchases of first class mer
chandise for all male creation,
fortune is your fortune. We divide
good things with our trade.
500 men's and
Men's overcoats a $3.00 to $15.00. Big
Hne at $6, J'8.00, $10.00, $11.00 and $12.00.
Boys' and Children's overcoats cheaper
than ever sold.
All kinds of Underwear,
You are cordially invited to call and see
IN OPERATION AT OUR STORE.
We will show you how to bake "just such biscuits
as mother used to make" with only lla,f
the fuel now being used.
A great saver of fuel and labor.
Made of malleable iron and steel.
Riveted together libe a boiler.
If properly treed lasts a lifetime.
flOVEWBEft 5th to 10th,
FREE Three-minute Biscuits and Delicious
Coffee served every day.
A salesman from the factory will be here to' dem
onstrate its superior qualities.
Morhart Bros. Hardware Co.
boys' overcoats at special
Start at 25c a
$1.00 to $2.75.
ALL MANKIND. s!
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