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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1900)
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Shakespeare's words fittingly describe our magnificent I
Holiday display. From it you may select a Christmas
gift for young for old, either sex, that will be sure to
please. And such a selection will cost you infinitely less
here than elsewhere. You take no risk of any sort in
buying here. Anything you buy is exchangeable. We
I warrant everything we sell to be just as we say it is. A
5 child can buy here just as well as an expert.
NEWHOUSE BROS., I
JEWELERS and OPTICIANS.
Rugs at Wolf's.
Stove repairs at W. W. Wright's.
For farm loans call on C. W. Kaloy.
Switchman Park Porry is taking a
lay-off this week.
Sid Longtlu returned the last of the
week from Hustings.
QWaltor Hagar was looking after bus
iness matters hore thi9 week.
Rugs for Christmas presents at J. C.
Wolf's at bod rock prices.
Amos Cowdcu was up from Superior
a ad spent Christmas with the folKs
Henry Clark and wife are spending
the holidays with tho lattor's parents
Kugs of all kinds at bed rock prices
from now until January 1st, at Wolf's
John Crans is now catering to the
wants of tho hungry at the Holland
House this week.
S. Cozad and family spent tho first
of tho week visiting with relatives and
friends at Franklin.
Mrs. William Benso left Tuesday
morning for a visit with relatives and
friends in recumseb.
Joe Warren Jr. and Elizabeth Shep
pard visited with Walter Warren and
wife at Superior luesday.
Ed. Smith and wife of Norton, Kan
Has, aro hero this week visiting with
J. H Smith and family.
Mrs. Frisbio Richardson left tho tirst
jf tho week to spond the holidays vis
iting with friends at Kronen Bow.
William Hefflolbowcr left Thursday
mornintr for Lincoln where he will at
tend a session of the state teacher'
Eli Sorconson and wife arrived from
their homo at Nobrnska City the last of
the weok to make a visit with rolatives
and friends here.
Everoti Dyer of Ujnver is visiting
with his parents and other friends in
tho city. Ho now holds tho position of
freight conductor on tho B & M.
Foil Sale Two well bind male pig-,
and ono sow. Can be seen on farm
south of Richard Turners. W. II. Van
Married At tho homo of tho brido's
parents in Rod Cloud, on Tuesday, De
cember 25th 1000, Mr. Clyd- W. Harris
and Miss Tona Sanderson, Rev. Harvoy
S Souder of the Christian church officiating.
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J. O. WILES, Prop. J
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Red Cloud, Nebraska.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Thk Chief II per year.
Tho county commissioners will moot
Miss Myrtlo Mcintosh is seriously ill
with typhoid pneumonia.
Charley Milligan of McCouk was vis
iting in the city today.
Dr. Daiuorcll and Mary went to Lin
coln tho first of the week.
J. W. Roth and family left the first
of tho week for a visit east.
F. W. Cowdeu and daughter Alison
visited friends at Superior Thursday.
I have a few first class sowing ma
chines to trado for stock. F. V. Tay
lor. Georgo Morhart and wife spent
Christmas with Dwight Jonos and wife
at Guide Rock.
Ed. McFarland has moved his stock
of goods to his new storo room ou
The Misses Pearl and Lillian Smith
aro visiting friends aud rolatives in
McCook this week.
Miss Nellie West who is teaching
school at Falls City has returned home
to spend the holidays.
Mrs. Dr. Rockwell left Monday morn
ing for Concordia, Kansas, to visit
with Jay Olney and family.
Tho dancing school was not held
this week as a further precaution in
guarding against tho smallpox.
Is youruame written there? Where?
Uu our subscription books for the last
veal' in the 10th century. It should be.
There will bo regular service held at
the Christian church each Lords day
at the usual hours, 11. S. Souuku,
Miss Mabel Wells who is attending
the State University at Lincoln came
home Saturday night to visit, with the
Grant McFarland aud wife, former
residents of this city now of Lincoln,
visited with Geo. J. Warren aud family
this wt 1 1
Priif.il L. Sums of tho city schools
is a Lincoln visitor this week i ttend-
uig iliu meeting of the State Teachers'
Oscar L. Lindgron and Miss Carrie
L. Catber, both of Webster county,
were graulfd a license to wed on the
22d of December.
Miss Irene Minor who has boon tak
ing musical instruction iu Chicago re
turned homo tho lust of the week to
spend tho holidays.
Miss Cora Garber who for tho past
year has been sojourning in Virginia
and other points east returned homo
Are you going to buy a sewing ma
chine? If so I have the best machine
for the money over offered. Do not
fail to see it before buying, F. V.
AmosO. Provalt of Smith county and
Miss Edith Boy co of Webster county
were united in marriage in this city on
Decembor 20th, Rev. F. W. Dean ol.
We wish to impress it on the minds
of tho ministers of the city that during
tho coining year we would be pleased
to have them hand in notices of the
set vices of their church and also par
ticulars in regaid to iiiiii-rlagus and
deaths where thoy have oflieiated.
These mutters aie somutlmes almost
impossible to obtain otherwise aud
their assistance ill bu upprccittcd.
GENERAL CITY NEVS.
Mne IVpo of OimiiIih U In the ity.
Sic tlic i ugi nt Walt's fill nit ii re storo.
K. IMers of Guide Rock wa hero
Tho ClllKK and Chicago Inter Oci-nti
in- year for tl.Sfi.
M. W. Roby visited with frionds at
Nelson this weok.
See tho lino display of heating stoves
at W. W. Wright's.
Do you want a rug? Call on J. C.
Wolf. Fine lino nt bed rock prices.
Laux Xauders who has been attend
ing school at Kearney is home again.
Walter Roby sells tho Singer sewing
machine. Prices rigtit. (Set tiio best.
Pay your subscription ami get a cal
culating pencil. They are a little won
Mrs. G. W. Francis nnd daughter
Buolah visited with friends up tho val
ley this weok.
Paul Dickson is attending the State
Teachers' association meeting nt Lin
coln this week.
L. 11. Ulackledgo and family visited
with friends and rolatives at Bloom
ington this week.
A. R. Reynolds and family spent
Christmas at their former homo in
Long Island, Kansas.
Mrs. Moranvlllc, after a visit hero
returned to her homo in Guldo Rock
tho iirst of tho weok.
Norman Moriison who has boon
attending tho Omaha Dental college
has roturned homo again.
Mrs. Era J. Caso is attending the
meeting of tho stale teachers' associa
tion at Lincoln this week.
Miss Helen Wright left for Neligh
tlio liist of tho week to visit with her
brother Bart Wright ami wife.
Miss Mabol Howard is among the
teachers who are attending the State
Teachers' association meeting at Lin
coln. Nowhouse Bros, are showing a nicely
assorted lino of Kodaks. Ono of these
will make a suitablo gift for any young
Miss Jessio Duckor who is attending
tho Stato University at Lincoln roturn
ed homo Saturday night to spend the
W. F. Connor and Mrs. Carrie Hughes
brother and sister of Mrs. L. H. Rust
aro here from Beaver City spending
Robert A. Wright and Celia A. Smith
both of this county wero granted a
license t wed by County Judge Edson
on December 22d.
Rockers and iron beds at gicatly re
duced prices for tho next thiity days
to mako room for holiday goods at
Wrlfo's furniture store. Wo mean
business. Come and see.
When you have urgent business with
someone in another town or city, re
member you can reach your party the
quickest aud best by the long distnnce
telephone. Rates made known ou ap
plication to "central."
Wanted Men to learn tho barber's
trade; only tw month's required; can
earn scholarship, board, tools and
transportation to our colleges at Chi'
cago or Minneapolis. Apply by mail
Moler Barber College Representative,
1C23 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nob.
Tho Omaha Bee Publishing Co. have
started a farm Journal and tho State
Journal, not to bo behind has started a
poultry j.nnnal. We have not heard
what kind of a paper the Omaha Her
ald will blanch out with to keep in
line, but as they hao been farmiug
the farmer for some time past they will
probably let it go at that.
An agent for the McCormick Reaper
Company arrived ou tho west bound
train Monday who was observed to
have a bad breaking out on tho face.
On his arrival up town ho was rounded
up by Marshal Kinsol and taken to Dr.
muranviiie lor examination, Mo was
found to havo had the measles and to
have taken cold thus causing him to
Have erysipelas of tho face.
As a further precaution in the mat
ter of tho smallpox cases in tho county
tho commissioners wore brought to
gether iu special 8'ission Saturday. A
tolephouo communication was had
with Gov. Poynter with tho result that
the president of tho state board of
health was sont to look aflor tho mat
ter, airiviug here Mouday. Shoriff
Wells was instructed by tho board to
seo that tho several cases wero looked
after as regards to quarantine and
guards according to tho advioe of
Health Officer Towne which has bee
done. Mr. Towne visited tho case in
this city, those in Garfield and the ono
iu Guide Rock, all of which hu declared
to bo smallpox, but in a mild form.
The young man, Emerton, who has the
disease hero in tho southeast part of
town is convalescing, and up-lo dale
no other mninbars of the household
have contraoled tho disease. The
quarantine lias been rigidly enforced
and no one who wishes to come to the
city should fail to do so, as lhuy will
00 us hiiiu irom tue uistaso as latiioir
own household at home,
Tho lino of heating stoves at Wrlght'o
is superb. See them.
Mrs C. F. Gather left tho iirst of the
weok for a visit at Lincoln. '
James Mitchell of Hastings is visit
ing friends here this week.
Kugono Wright, brother of tho Wright
boys is visiting here this week.
Jacob Hillors and wifo of Iudiaiiola
are visiting tin it' daughter Mrs O. C.
and wife aro visiting
and friends hero this
Mivs Sadie Aycr left tlu Iirst of the
week for a visit with friends down in
A iino baby daughter appeared at
tho home of Anthony Schaefer the Iirst
of the week.
Miss Ada Skjelver is in Lincoln at
tending tho meeting of the Statu Tea
Miss Orella Goblo of Ayr stopped off
and visited in tho city a few hours the
first of tho week.
Mrs. C. P. Ball loft the last of the
week for a visit with relatives nnd
friends up the valley.
Miss Clara Schneller of tho city
schools is attending tho Stato Teachers'
association at Lincoln.
Miss Ethelino Thurmond of Hastings
has been hero this week visiting with
tho family of C. 11. Crour.
Percy 11. McBrldn of Ft. Morgai,
Colorado, is in tho city visiting his
mother and other relatives and friends.
Alexander Allen and his son J. F.
Allen of Cowley county, Kaunas, aro
hero visiting Tress Harwond and fam
ily. Christopher Collins nnd Miss May
Keith, both of Nuckolls county were
mnrried by County Judgo Edson on
Mrs. James Grimingcr of Wymore
arrived in tho city this morning called
here by tho serious illness of her sister
Miss Myrtlo Mcintosh.
Tho sad intelligence was brought
from Inavaln this week announcing the
death of Mrs. S. E. Wolcott an old
resident nnd much respected lady of
that placo, wnich occurred on Wed
nesday. Mrs. Wolcott was known nnd
much thought of by a Inrgo circle
of friends. Sho loaves a husband nnd
ono son to mourn the loss of a kind
wife and mother.
Homeseokcrs excursion to points
north. On tho Iirst nnd third Tues
days of January, February, March,
April, May aud June, 1001, tickets will
bo on salo at ono fnro plus $2.00 for tho
round trip, limit to twenty-onu days
from date of sale, to several points in
Manitoba, Minnesota, North Dakota,
South Dakota aud Wisconsin. See
ticket agent for further information.
A. Conovkh, Agent.
Last Tuesday, Christmas day, was a
very dull ono, and actually soeiiiud
more like Sunday than il did like a
holiday. Owing.to the smallpox scare,
elaborate exetcises prepared by tho
various church societies wero not given
and the small boy nnd girl wns cheated
out of the best part of his Christmas
sport. Tho regular Christmas services
at tho churches wero also dispensed
with, nnd from tho general appoaranco
of tho streets everybody evidently con
cluded tlint the best thing to do was to
go to biiiL
On last Wednesday ovening nt seven
o'clock at thu residence of Mr. and
Mrs. J. L Miner oci'iiiieil a very hap
py event, when their daughter Miss
Margaret Paulino was united in holy
bonds of matrimony to Mr. O. F. Guud
of Blue Hill. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. Father McDonald of
Hastings. The house had been beau'
tifully and tastefully arranged for tho
occasion with all kinds of il wors of
the choicest and most bountiful species.
Tho wedding match, one of Reuben
steins choicest and most dlflicult com
positions, was rendered In a very ar
t'stio manner by tho yourger sister of
the bride, Miss Irene. After the cere,
moiiy had iicen porformed iiml the
usual congratulations nail Dccn ex
tended, a hiimpluous weddidg feast
was participated iu by thosn present.
The wedding was a rather quiet
one, only a fow of the most intimate
friends and relatives being present.
Those present wet Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry Guud and daughters, Misses May
and Edna; Mrs. Chris Koehlir nnd
daughters Misses Margaiet and Edna
of Blue Hill; B. Koohlor of Gonova;
Misses Sophia and Clara Koehlur of
Geneva; Mr. aud Mrs. E. A. Creightou,
Mr. and Mrs, C H. Miner, aud Mr. and
Mrs W. A. Sherwood. Miss Mir
garet is ono of Red Cloud's most charm
ing and accomplished young ladies
who hns lived hero since childhood,
and will be greatly missed by her host
of friends. Tho room is one of Blue
Hill's most steady and piomising
young men who has foiged hi way to
the front and is at prcMint cashier of
tho Blue Hill bunk. Tlio happy couple
depaileil ou the noon train Thursday
(or Blue (till, wlioro tuey will icsuio iu
tlio rutute Wo tuico pleasure in ex
We arc giving special low prices on
We have some swell things in Boys'
Overcoats, ages 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
and 19 which we arc selling at
about cost price.
It is an opportunity to buy good over
coats you should not miss.
3 Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
5 THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
We did not close out our large stock of these
holiday goods andwe want to do so be
fore we take stock.
We want you to come in and
see what we have and
get our prices.
When we say we can sell cheap we can prove it.
Come in and see. You can save money and
get the best goods made. Try us.
Barbed Wire, - - - $3.50.
Seven pounds nails, - 25. .
warranted axe and handle - 1.25.
6-foot Diston saw, with handles, 1.50.
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