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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1900)
A reliables clockis a ncaesslty in ev
ery vroll regulnted household. Our
clocks combine bounty of design with
accuracy in time keeping. Wu guar
anteo every cluck wu null and know
how to make it go right if it goes
Our finger rings nil huvu tho ring of
goodness. Thoy stand tlio closest in
spection under the strongest light of
day, Your critical inspection invited.
There nro two kinds of people we
want to watch. They who havo watch
es wo want to repair them. They
who have bono wo want to sell them
.TliWKI.EKl A. OPTICIANS,
Tiik Chikk $1 per year.
Store ropah'3 at W. V. Wright's.
For farm loans call on C. V. Kaley.
M. W. Koby was visiting in Nelson
The (Jiiikf and Chicago Inter Ocean
tie year for $1.25.
Cowden-Kaley Co. for hats, caps,
gloves and mittens.
For a good smontho hair cut or shnvo
go to L. E. Feis sn Webster street.
. J. Overing Sr., arrived from the
west Sunday to visit here and to rota.
Miss Ella Remsberg of Donver ar
rived home this week on a visit to her
The "Lion Brand" shirts are tho best
in tho world. For sale by The Cowden
Kaley Clothing Co
Bernard McNeny returned Sunday
morning from a visit to his old homo
in Now York state. ,
Norman Morrison who is attending
a dental college at Omaha came down
to vote and visit with relatives here.
Miss Antonie Konfrst of Bohemia
arrived tho first of tho week and will
live with Jos. Pavlicek northwest of
Don't delay until they are all gone
but como' and got a buggy or spring
wagon nt Peterson's and save from five
to ten dollars.
Wo carry the largost line of mens'
and boy's duck coats, water proof and
wind proof. Boy's 85c to $1.50, mons
W 00 to $2.7.1 The Cowokh-Kalet
AeelJernberg who has lately bein
1 ring at McCook has returned to this
city having been appointed to tho po
sitioa of foreman of tho B. k M. bridge
g,i ig. We congratulate him on his ap
On Tuesday morning about 2:30 tho
barn belonging to Jos. Pavlicek, living
ton miles northwest of town was con
sumed by tire together with about $100
worth of groin. Tho grain was in
sured in tho Union Fire Insurance
Company of Lincoln, but tho barn
which was valued at $225 wns not in
sured. All parents who havn children in
the Kiridergaiton school and those who
are interested in this work, are cordi
ally invited to the Kindergarten room
Tuesday forouooq, November 13. Miss
Stonebreaker will carry out tho usual
program of tho day and will explaim
'the niothod of work und its value as a
foundntion tar tho work that is to fol
low. Mr. Saras will give a short talk
on mothods and necessity of co-oporn
tion of parents. Thus far nono of the
parents havo visited this room.
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J. O. WILES, Prop.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Cowdon-Kahy Co., for shoes for men
Bon Ludlow and wife returned from
Walt Kaley visited in Rivorton Inst
All kindt of wire fencing at Wright's
Will Duckor returned tho first of tho
week from Lincoln.
The lino of heating stoves at Wright's
Is superb. See them.
Otto Popo returned Saturday from a
trip t Cincinnati, Ohio.
Earl Pond of Lincoln was hero this
week visiting old friends.
C. F. Cather and wife returned the
first of the week from Lincoln.
Josbo Baker was visiting old friends
in Bluo Hill tho last of tho week.
Cowdcn-Kaloy Co., for mons' nobby
neckwear, cellars, cuffs and shirts.
I linvo a few first class sowing inn
chines to trndo for stock. F. V. Tay
George Reed who has a position in
Denver enmo homo Sunday to visit
and to vote.
Mac Popo of Omaha was hoio this
week visiting with his parents and
Tho band boys will give n dinner and
supper nt tho old republican head
Frank Felt loft Wednesday for Nor
ton, Kansas, to look up a new location
for his bowling alloy.
Geo. W. Prather of Bloomington
was here the Inst of the weok visiting
with Lew Clapp and family.
Ed. Chaney of Burr Oak, Kansas,
was here tho last of tho week visiting
with his parents and other fricads.
Mrs. A. O. Borg returned, Wednes
day from Lincoln where her husband
is at present taking medical treatment.
Geo. W. Blair returned Saturday
evoning from a visit with a sister, whom
ho bad not seen in upwards of twenty
years, at Sterling, Illinois.
I havo just unloaded a car of the
finest buggies and surreys that have
ever boon brought to the town. Come
in and see them. Jas. Pktehson.
Are you going to buy a sewing ma
chine? If so I havo the best machine
for the money evor offered. Do not
fail to see it before buying. F. V.
"Lion Brand" shirts had the largest
summer sale of any shirt iu America.
The fall line surpasses aaything ever
attempted in shirt manufacture Sold
by The Cawdea Kaley Clothing Co.
Win. Walters and F. K. Goblo re
turned last Saturday morning from a
trip to Cape Nome, Alnska. Tho boys
are looking well and in good spirits
and may return to that far-off land
Monthly report of Dist. N. 8, end
ing Oct. 20th. No. of pupils enrolled
18. Pupils noither absent nor tardy
during month are Elsie, tlilda, Jasper,
nrd Hugh Haskins, Homor, Josio nnd
Katio Fox. Fkano Ramey, Teacher.
Wanted: Man to manage branch
office for wholesale house; salary $125,00
per month, office expenses and com
mission. Must furnish satisfactory
references and $800.00 cash. Address,
Wholesale, No. G04 Nelson Bldg., Kan
sas City, Mo.
Report of Dist. 33 for month ending
October 20th, 1900. Pupils on roll 24.
Average attendance 20. Tardics 17.
Pupils neither absent nor tardy, Anna
Hansed, Martha Hansen, Lizzie Cop
Ion, Julia Jeleuix, Keller Coplen, HI
nor Bent, Andrew Hansen, George
Ramoy. Lillian Rahet, Teacher.
On last Saturday evening tho barn
of James Mcintosh, living four miles
north and two miles west of this city,
was ontiroly consumed by fire together
with its contents, a reaper and binder,
two cultivators, harness, etc. Tho ori
gin of the iiro is unknown as tho fam
ily wns in town when it occurred.
Tho property wa? insured iu the Union
Firo Insurance Company of Lincoln,
and tho ngont hero, . H. Smith, ad
justed tho claim and paid the loss $203,
on Thursday, just live days after the
Tho smokers of Red Cloud can find
on sale by 11. E. Grico and a fow of the
locol dealers one of tho choicest nnd
most phenomenal retailing cigars ever
manufactured In the west, the "Tuck"
cigar. It is hnnd made throughout and
uneqtialed iu workmanship by any 6
cent cigar on the market. Tho "Tuck"
cigar has In its filler the finest grade of
old unllavored tobacco that can bt pur
chased and used iu a 5 cent cigar. Its
draft is perfection. The "Tuck" cigar
is packed in tin foil in packages of five
with the object in view of keoping it
fresh, retaining the flavor and protect
ing it from breakage when carried in
tho pockot.n The "Tuck" cigar is in
fact pet lection in every tiling that Is
rt nulled to make a choice smoke.
Tliero is ueigar made iu the 11 vo cent
chrars that canals tho luck clear, in
fine workmanship, quality, draft and
fi lnr. Tr tha "TUCK."
Last week I told you
that goods well bought
were half sold. This is
a true saying from the
wny tho people buy
when they 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 the money.
Compare my goods anil
pi ices with others and
see for yourself.
J Jolsj. Peterson
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Mrs. Mornn ville of Guiilo Rock was
here tills week.
See the line display of heating stoves
nt W. W. Wright's.
They all go to Petoi son's whon they
want a good buggy.
Attend the baud boys dinner and
supper Saturday, Nov. 10.
John Dickerson enmo down fiom
Lincoln Monday to cast his vote.
Walter Roby sells tho Singer sowing
machine. Piices rigtit. Get tho best.
Pay your subscription und got n cal
culating pencil. They are a little won
der. C. M. Smith roturncd the first of the
week from n trip to tho eastern part of
From the way that the buggies are
going eat from Peterson's be must
have something attractive.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Clark of Oxford
wore hero soverol days this week visit
ing with rolatives and old friends.
Lost Coming from depot, small
green purse containing about 75 cents
in change. Finder loave at this office.
The Red Oloud Cornot band will
glvo a 25c dinner and supper at tho
old republican headquarters on Satur
Tho "Ashlatd," "Secretory", "Direc
tor," "Sotberu," and "Tho Booth."
Proper things in shirts. Tut: Cowdkn
Kaley Clothing Co.
Chas. White returned the first of tho
week from a sojourn of sevcaal months
in tho states of the northwest. His
last stopping place was nt Seattle,
Rockers nod iron beds at gieatly re
duced piices for tho next thitty days
to make room for holiday goods at
Wolfe's furniture storo. Wo moan
business. Como ami see.
Louis Konnoy, a former well known
Red Cloud boy, now holding down a
position in tho government printing
olllco at Washington, was Here this
week greeting old friends, he having
cjme to voto. '
When you have urgent business with
someone in nnother town or city, to
member you can reach your party the
quickest and best by the long distance
telephone. Rates mudo known on ap
plication to "central."
A Now England young man, height
5ft Tin., weight 140 pounds, blonde
hair, blue eyes, docs not drink or ue
tobacco, intends to buy a farm in Neb
raska and wiRhes to correspond with n
Nebraska lady as a help-mato is need
ed. Strictest confidence. S. H. Jim
mkiison, Port Chester, Now York.
A very pleasant surpriso party was
given on last Thursday evening, Nov
ember 1st, by friends and rolatives
to tho number of about thirty, assom
bling at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Bon
Pegg in honor of tho lattor's twenty
seventh birthday. Well filled baskots
woro brought along and a sumptuous
repast was torvoJ. Some lino presents
were left ns inemontos of tho occasion.
Aftorau evening of pleasure tho folks
departed wishing Mrs. Pegg many
happy returns of tho day.
That thu Morbart Bros., Hardware
Company know how to advertise their
business and the sterling quality of tho
goods they keop has been cloarly
shown this week. Oa all roads lead
ing to tho city has been advertised tho
fact that three-minuto biscuits au 1 de
licious cofTeo would bo served from
November 5lh to 10th nnd that tho
"Malleable Steel Range" iu which tho
biscuits were baked and tho ixiTee
made would be shown in oporution.
This advertising and tho other gener
ous usu of printer's ink lias brought
largo crowds to their store and if kept
up will lead them to wealth. Many
commendations havo beeu hoard on
tho extra good quality of tho biscuits
and coffee served by the ladioi in
MoKinley Carries the State By
7,000 and Deitrioh by
Both Branohes of Next State
Legislature Controled By
tbsttr Couaty Gives McKlntey 37 Plu
rality and Elects Overman for County
Attorney By 170 Majority.
Balance of the Ticket Goe to Futlonltti
By Small Pluralities.
Late election returns up to time of
going to press indicate that the major
ity for McKinloy in Nebraska will be
upwards of 7,000. The returns on
tho governor and tho rest of tho state
ticket como in slowly nnd tho vote bo
iug much lighter than on presidential
electors tho candidates will not receive
so largo n majority. Returns from
sixty-three counties on governor show
a majority for Diotrick of ii.ftRO. Tak
ing tho voto on Hay ward and Poynter
in 1893 for tho twenty-soven missing
counties and subtracting l'oy liter's ma
jority from Dietrich's apparent major
ity, it still leaves him 0011 votes nhead.
A republican gain is looked for in tho
twenty-soven mlsning counties and this
will probably make Dietrich's mnjorliv
upward of a thousand.
It is bolioved that the balance of tho
state ticket will run ahead of the voto
made for governor. Until further re
turns nro received no dctlnito result
cau bo given.
Tho republicans claim both brnnehos
of the legislature.
Tho fusionists also claim the election
of tbo governor and say that it will
tako the official count to decide.
In this county tho ropubliuans take
great satisfaction in tho fact that Mc
Kinloy carried tho county by S17 and
that Overman wns elected by 170,
tull returns on tho national ticket
show that thn republicans havo car
ried 'ivery northern state with thu ex
ception of Nevada, Montana nnd Colo
tado. Thu republicans havo 205 votes
sine in tho electoral college and with
Kentucky which is claimed by both
sides would havo 308. Thu usual dem
ocratic frauds aia claimed in this state.
Hnmesoeket'8 excursions to Arizona,
Arkansas, Indian Territory, Lousiana,
New Mexico, Oklahoma Territory, nnd
Texas. Dates of sale Nov. 0 to 20,
December 4th and 18th. One fare plus
$2 for the round trip, limited twenty
one days from date of salo, continuous
passage iu both directions. A. Con
Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
and Don't Enow it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a)
sediment or set
tling Indicates an
tion of the kid
neys; If It stains
your linen It Is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass It or pain In
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There Is comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of tho urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
realized. It stands the highest for Its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists In 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a camrile bottle of this
and a book that tells
more about It, both sent
absolutely free by mall,
address Dr. Kilmer fit
nam cf Bwiaip-RoeC
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tion leading this generous offer In this paper.
Wfien writing men-
j Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co. fj
3 LEADERS IN LOW PHICES.
We arc hcadqaurters for good winter wearing
Duck Coats for Men and Boys,
Heavy Cotton Underwear,
Heavy Wool Underwear,
Lined Duck Pants,
Gloves and Mittens,
ARE YOT INTERESTED?
You are cordially
We will show you how to bake "just such biscuits
as mother used to make" with only Half
the fuel now being used.
A great saver of fuel and labor.
Made of malleable iron and steel.
Riveted together libc a If eiler.
If properly used lasts a lifetime.
flOVEJUBER 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.
m Morhart Bros.
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lEiuliiag ' SgVr'JSSHguyvy' -T''wtff"w?'M'AWwi
invited to call and see
AT OUR STORE.
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