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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1900)
GENERAL CITY. NEWS.
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5 Evon Santa Clnus is surpriseil at our magnificent Holiday display.
9 The gold and silver workers of the land have outdone all former efforts in
the production of now, novel, dainty and exquisite articles in gold, silver
5 and plate for Christmas presentation. Along with these, wo present a
9 pleasing array of tho jowclors staples. J
I Watches, Clocks,
And just her at tho beginning of this holiday buying wo want to add
a worn regarding prices, it stands to reason that jewelers of smaller
cities and towns, like ourselves, can undersell liueu citv deiiler. who t
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labor under enormous rentals, and varied expenses of city merchandising.
Wo have proven to all old customers, and desire but an apportunity to
prove to new ones, that our inlets are always fair, and nnwhnrn i..s t
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IU1 ijuuimus ivuii. wwiua in us nil wilt isillllis UIKIS,
I NEWHOUSE BROS.,
JEWELERS and OPTICIANS. Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Stove rupairs at W. V. Wright's.
For farm loaus call on (J. W. Kaloy.
Tho Chief and Chicago Inter Ocoan
no year for $1.25.
31.00 will got 400 pounds of coal at
the poultry yard.
Minstrol for bonefit of Episcopal
church choir Dec. lUth.
For a good smootho hair cut or shavo
go to L. E. Ff is on Wobstor street.
Harvey Vincent formerly of this city,
now of Uivorton, was here this week.
Grant McFarland of Lincoln was
looking after business matters here
E. Spencer of Malvern, Iowa, a
brother of Mrs J. S. White, is visiting
in the city this week.
Mrs. A Galusha and children re
turned Wednesday from a visit with
rela'.ives at Topoka, Kansas.
Henry Newhouseof Newhouso Hros.,
was looking after tho optical portion
of that firm's business at Guide Rock
The ladies of tho Christian church
will give their annual Christmas bszir
on Friday, October 20, in tho building
recently vacated by C. D. Morse's mil
linery storo. Dinner and supper will
No. 13 passongor train from the oast
and several other trains were delayed
by the burniug off of a journal on a
coal car oast of Guido Knck Thursday
taornlDg. Tho B. & M. should supply
their car links with a little more oil.
Tho Bod Cloud Interstate Paultry
association this week posted bills for
their sccoad annual exhibit, which will
bp hold in tho opera house in this city
December 18, 10,20 and 21. Tho man
agemont is expecting a much larger
exhibit this year than last, and fiom
present indications they will not bo
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Thk Ciiikk $1 per year.
I. H. Hampton of Guide ltock was
The lino of heating stoves nt Wright's
is superb. See them.
lien Ludlow was looking after busi
ness matters in Hastings this week.
J. W. Lippincott ami wifo left Mon.
day night for a visit at Blair, this state.
I have a fow first class sewing ma
chines to trado for stock. F. V. Tay-
W. B. Koby made a business trip to
Byron Ilmrsday to look after tho pur
chase of somo grain.
Mrs. Walter Warren who has boen
visiting relatives hero returned te her
home iu Superior Monday.
Miss Rosa Tate of Mt. Vernon, Ohio,
who has been visiting relatives here
returned to her homo Tuesday morn
The material for tho telephone line
between this city and the Amboy mill
arrived the foro part of the week and
ia now being put in.
Are you going to buy a sewing ma
chine? If so I have tho best machine
for tho monoy over offered. Do not
fail to see it bofore buying. F. V.
Cheap trip to LI a coin. The Burling
ton will sell tickets from Red Claud to
Lincoln and return for 14.15 on Deo
ember 25, 20 and 27, on account of tho
annual meeting of tho Nebraska State
Teachers' association. Return limit
TheMcKcighan uienuaent arrived
the fore part of the woek. It is four
and one half feet, square at tho base
and stands thirteen and one-kalf
feet high. Just" when the monument
will he erected is not known, as tho
work of lettering tho samo still remains
t be done.
IfuuTO I'KTKUSON Kim lU'CUHK tf
Remember that Christmas will
soon be Here.
You could uot mnk a mist .iko if you would como in and
BUY YOUR WIFE
This would bo useful and givo pleasure for time to come.
If you have no wife get a buggy and you will snrely
get a wife soon.
I will make a price on these buggies so they will be
in reach of all. Come in and look them over
and sec what I will do for you.
YOU : WILL : BE : SURPRISED.
Clnlttp out milliiM-ry nt com sit Mts.
See tho lino display of heating stoves
at W. W. Wright's.
Elmer Crono has takon a posit Ion
at tho Argus offieo.
Mrs. Dwight Jones was visiting rola
tiros and friends bore Tuesday.
Walter Roby soils tho Singer sowing
machine. Prices rigtit. Got tho host.
Pay your subscription and got a cal
culating pencil. Thoy aro a littlo won
dor. The Misses Dillon nnd Miles, the
dancing teachers arrived in the citj
Mrs. R. S. Proud lit of Guido Rock
visited with Geo. Morhart and wifo
tho first of tho week.
Mrs. McBride is closing out her mil
linery stock at actual cost. Come at
onco nnd get tho now stylos.
Mrs. Ed Bohaunn, who has been vis
iting hero with E. B. Smith and family
left for her home in Lincoln Wednes
day. It's away up in tho north end of
Damorell bleck. Whall Tho Racket
Store, where alt of thoso now Christ
mas goods are.
Wo wish to express our gratitude to
tho many Kind friends who so tenderly
assisted us in tho caro and interment
of our mother. J. (J. and D. J. Mvkus
Rockers and iron beds nt gi catty re
duced prices for tho next thirty days
to make room for holiday goods at
Wolfe's furniture store. Wo mean
business. Como and see.
Rev. G. W. Hawley, former pastor
of tho M. E. church of this city, will
occupy tho pulpit next Sunday morn
ing nnd evening. A cordial invitation
is oxtonded to all to como out and hear
Official Fkumits, 11)01. Applica
tion for clergyman's half-faro permits
for 1001 should bo tiled at the earliest
possiblo dato with tho local agent of
ho B. & M. R. R. J. Fiuncis, General
When you have urgont business with
someono in another town or city, re
member you can reach your party tho
quickest and best by the long distance
telophone. Rates mado known on ap
plication to "central."
On Monday ovening tho Evening
Mall Club solected the following of
ficers for tho ensuing year: President,
L. 11. Beck; vice president, E. J. Over
ing; secretary and treasurer, R. D.
Bedford, trustee, F. W. Cowdon.
Jacob Nustein is having the old Blue
Front building fixed up and will in a
few weeks move his cigar shop to that
building. The building now occupied
by him will bo removed on account of
the new brick which will bo placed on
Auknts Wanted: Wo want an act
ive agent in Red Cloud and vicinity to
represent tho largest Evergreen Nur
series in the U. S. A full line of hardy
frnlts, shade and ornamental troos,
shrubs, etc. Four plans, pay weekly.
Address at once, The Elgin Nurseries,
Regular services in theBaptist church
next sunday morning and evening.
In the morning atlOiCO 'tho subject
will bo "Lazarus Sick," nnd in the
ovening at 7:30 "Tho Arrival of the
Great Physician " Acordlnl invita
tion is extended to all to attend. Rev.
Wm RiciiAitus, Pastor.
A brick walk twelve foot wldo will
bo placed iu front of the new brick
building erected by James Halo. Mr.
Hale shows good judgment and as the
yesrs roll by and ho sees his noighbois
repairing their old wood wnlks and
building now ones ho can look on with
satisfaction. This paper has boon ad
vocating brick walks for somo time
and we look ferward to tho day when
most of tho walks of tho city will bo of
this material. W. J. Perry will do the
Tho Misses Milos nnd Dillon of Hast
ings on Thursday evening organized
a dancing class in this city. On the
start out something near forty mem
bers havo boen secured. The young
ladles will probably securo a class of
botweon forty and fifty. Tho Misses
Milos and Dillon como hero highly rec
ommended as teachers of this pleasant
pastimo and are woll schooled in all tho
latest dances. The school will be open
ed in tho Rust hall ou next Wednesday
afternoon at 4 ami evening at 8 o'clock.
A mandolin olub was organized in
this city last Monday evening. The
ofllcers elected were ns follows: J. O
Wiles, president; Chas. White, busi
ness manager; Robt. MuBrido, socro
tary nnd treasurer. Tho club has boon
organized with a view to furnishing
musio for all classes of home enter
tainments, Tho hoys aro practicing
regulary, and, being all very good per
formers already, are prepared to fur
nish music that will entertain anyone.
Wo wish tho boys success in their new
enterprise as it is a worthy ono aud
something that is greatly needed in
Jesse Bakor was in Guide Rock Mon
Mrs. L. D. Oat nun visited in Guide
Cost sale of milllnory at Mrs. Mc
Btide's, Damoroll block.
Col. Kirtley oditor of tho Franklin
Sentinel was horo Wednesday.
Mrs. F. M. Hopkins ef Rivcrton was
visiting iu tho city Wednesday.
R. D. Bedford was looking nttor bus
iness matters at Wymoru this week.
Sid Lougtin has gone to Hastings
whoru ho will attend business college.
District court will bi convened fer
this county on next Monday, Decem
The homo talent minstrol is billed
for tho oera house, Dec. 13th. Don't
fall to attend.
Child's wool 8ncqucs 25c; toques 25c;
hoods 25c; bootees 10c; fascinators 25c,
at Mrs. McBridc's.
Is yournamo written there? Whore?
Ou our subscription books for tho last
venr in the 10th century. It should be.
Tickets are now on sale at Grice's
drug storo for the home talent miustrel
Dec. 13lh. One ovoniag of solid fun.
Don't miss it.
Dancing school will bo held in thu
hall over G aliislin iSr Wescott's store on
tho afternoon of Wednesday, Decem
ber 12th, at 1 and evening at 8 o'clock.
The Ctlii.f Calculating Pencil cna
bles any one to liguro faster than tho
brightest brain can without its aid. A
twist of tho wrist brings the result.
Instructive, interesting aud highly
useful. From this dato wo will givo
ono with each dollar paid on subscrip
A very pleasant surprise was given
Riohard Ruuchoy ou Wednesday eve
ning by tho members of tho Degree of
Honor the event being to celebrato his
twentieth birthday. Tho ovening was
enjoyably spout aud n splendid repast
was served. As u souvenir of tho oc
casion the young man was presented
with n protty watclt chain.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
nt tho postolllco at Rod Cloud, Nob
raska.for tho week ending Dec. Gth,
Myers, Iko Sutton, Minnie
These lett rs will bo sent to tho dead
letter oillec December 20th if not call
ed for before. When calling for abovo
please say "advertised." T. C. Hack
Tho largo plate windows nnd tho
doers havo boon placed in position in
tho now McFurlttnd building, tho pins
torintr has peon finished nnd as soon ns
tho shelving and othor minor details
havo been completed the store will be
ready for occupanoy. We aro glad to
soo our business men getting lata the
idea of owning their own business
property. Very fow, if any of them
who have been in business hero for
any considerable length of time, but
whom havo paid out enough in rents
to build them a good brick building.
Mrs. Caroline Gardier Myers, moth
er of D. J. and J. G. Myers, died at the
home ef the former in this mt.y on
Tuesday, Becember i, 1000, at tho ripe
Id age of 83 years, S months and 18
days. Mrs. Myers was born at Towan
da, Bradford county, Pennsylvania,
on August 18, 1818. Sho cameto Ne
braska wither her two sons nbout sev
enteen years ngo from Illinois and first
lecatcd in Franklin county, whore
they remained n short timo and thcr
camo to this city where she has bince
resided. Tho funeral services were
conducted from tho residence- on Wed
nesday afternoon at 12 o'clock and the
and the remains were laid nt rest iu
tho Red Cloud cemetery. The be
reaved relatives huvo thu sympathy of
thu entiro community.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Pitta 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
f-jjy pass It or pam In
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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 the 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 tho extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
realized. It stands the highest for It3 won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists ln50c.and$l. sizes.
You may have a cample bottle of this
and a book that tells
more about It, both sent
absolutely free by mall.
address Dr. Kilmer it
Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer in tnu paper.
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Iloroe of Bwirap-Root.
g We have just received this week a consinment of
13 worth of Men's Overcoats from the well known
$ firm of Kohn Bros., Chicago, Illinois, one of the
'. largest clothing houses in America.
These coats were sent to us to close out at a big
sacrifice in the prices as the season is late and they
are anxious to dispose of their fall stock.
We arc making the lowest prices ever heard of
on these goods and the sale will last for a short
time only. Goods will be open for inspection by
Saturday, Dec. 8th.
Come early and get the choice of the good
things in this line.
3 Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
2 THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
HAVE YOU A GOOD
We have, and a complete stock of them.
Doable Barrel Gods,
Single Barrel Guns
That bargain in a single barrel gun for $6.50 is a
beauty and cannot be beat. It is guaranteed.
And then again we have a special price'on
Stevens "Favorite" Hifle.
We say we have a special price and we mean it
Come in and see.
Genuine Baker and
$3-50 per ioo pounds.
We are out for your trade. Save money by
trading with us.
Morhart Bros. Hardware Co.
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