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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1901)
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A year's record of which wo
are proud, .ti
Proud of our progress, proud
of the siitUfuctlun wo lmvo Riven
proud of tho ninny ailing eyes
wo havo relieved with our glass
os, proud that our customers are
from among tho most intelligent
aad critical classes proud of
our increased patronnge.
It shall bo our earnest endeav
or during tho noxt twelve mouths
to add another year's record
similar to tho ono just gono be
fore. flemhoase Bros.,
Red Clou, Neb.
Jewelers and Opticians.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Stove repairs at W. W. Wright's.
For farm loans call on C. W. Kaley.
I. tt. Hampton speat tho first of the
week in tho eity. xiMn
Miss Mabel Howard has returned
from a visit to Lincoln.
Klmer Crone visited with ftionds in
Hastings tho first of tho week
Mrs. Dr. Rockwell returned from n
visit to Concordia, Kansas, Saturday
Mrs. (J. V. Francis and daughter
Buelah returned Monday morning from
a visit to Oxford.
U. M. Frees of Chicago was hero this
week looking after his interests in the
Piatt & Frees Co, lumber yard.
For Sale Two well bred male pigs
and ono sow. Can bo seen on farm
south of Richard Turners W. H. Van
Mrs. Roy Haxton has returned from
a visit to Emporia, Kansas, and will
m vo into tho Scott property in the
north end of town.
Miss Jessie Dueker who camo home
to spend tho holidays, returned Thurs
day morning to Lincoln whom she is
studying music at tho university.
Ben Ludlow has sold his residence in
tho northeast part of town to I. B.
Hampton, and will soon commence tho
erection of a new residence near the
J. O. Lindlar removed his restaurant
to tho Hhlo building Wednesday. Tho
new room makes a very neat and
attractive restaurant and even though
it is not quite as good a location as J.
O hud before it promises to do much
for his business
Tut ciiikk $1 per year.
Dwight Jones of Guide Rock amis
the city Wednesday.
Win. Irons of Inavale was a Red
Cloud visitor Wednesday.
M. W. Dickoison left Satin day for a
visit with friends at Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Benso returned
Wednesday from a visit to Tecuinsch.
I have a few first class sowing ma
chines to trade for stock. F. V. Tay
I.oit. Carl Riiclin left Monday morning for
a visit with friends urn! relatives in
Tom Beale who has been holding a
position in Kansas City returned home
Miss Dora Ward who is holding n po
sition in Omaha arrived in the city
this week on a visit.
Mrs. Ann Gilliam, mother of tho Gil
ham boys, left Thursday morning for
Dodgovlllc, Wiscou in.
Miss Willa Cather who is now loca
ted in Washington, D. C. returned
homo for a visit this week.
Is yournamo written there? Where?
On our subscription books for the last
vcar in the 10th century. It should be.
Jas. S. and Henry Gilham aro at tho
present time in Indian Tv., and are
much pleased with the country ia that
II. J. Clark and wife returned home
Wednesday noon from a weeks visit
with Mm. Clark's parents at Arbor
The school board has eoncluded that
it ii not advisable to open the schools
just yet and as a consequence the small
boy will have another week of fun.
The past throe' or four days havo
been good ones for the ice man. Tht
crop is reported at present to bo all the
way from seven to eleven inches thick.
Are you going to buy a sewing ma
chine? If so I havo the best machino
for tho money over offered. Do not
fail to soo it beforo buying. 1 V
When you have urgent business with
someone in another town or city, re
member you can reach your party the
quickest and best by the long distauco
telephone. Rates made known on ap
plication to "central."
Red Cloud will have another general
merchandise tirni after March 1st.
The now firm will bo Messrs Black &
Baylor, and they hail from Sandwich,
Illinois. Tho now firjn have secured
the room recently vacated by E. Mc
Farland. Wanted Men to learn tho barber's
trade; only tw mouth's required; can
earn scholarship, board, tools nnd
transportation to our colleges at Chi
eago or Minneapolis. Apply by mail
Moler Barber Col lego Representative,
1G23 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
If you see a fellow walking nround
with a haggard, worn, sick appearence
don't try to dodge him for fear of con
tracting small pox. Ho is probably
just suffering from nn overdose of
small pox preventative, vaccination.
Treat him kindly nnd tell him you
don't think there is any danger of
small pox any way.
Everv'tnilvs pntni n up ln.
Tin- i'iiikk iiml t'iiiiMgn Inii'f t'coan
ne year foi l.i!u
Sfi i he Hue diopliiy of heating stove
at W. W. Wright's.
(5. V Dow H'tuined Tui'-nlin finin a
few iliis visit in L'MiMitiiit.
Charles Fort nnd Harry Letson spoilt
New Year's day In Hastings.
Walter Roby sells tho Singer sewing
machino. 1'iices rigtit. (Jet tho best.
Pay your subscription and got a cal
culating pencil. They aro n little won
dor. Kd. Smith and wife after a visit here,
havo returned to their home at Norton,
Mrs. Harry Benle of McCock visited
wltb relatives and friends in the city
Miss Irono Minor returned Wednes
day to Chicago whoro she will pursue
her musical studies.
Mrs. Jas. Bonncttnnd children who
have boon visiting with tho family of
J. S. Gilham for some tlmo have gono
The Misses Virginia and Lucille By
erly of Franklin arrived in tho city
Sunday morning for a visit with Rev.
Xandors and family.
Rockers and iron beds at greatly re
duced prices for tho noxt thirty days
to make room for holiday goods at
Wolfe's furnituro storo. Wo mean
business. Come and see.
L. I). Wells nnd J. K. McClnren havo
formed a partnership nnd will engago
in the implement business at llolvidori)
this state. Mr. MeClaren will leave in
a few days for that place and manage
tho business until Mr. Wells' term as
In memory of their departed son,
Win Lutton Irons, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Irons of Inavale, have erected a splon
lid brick church in their homo town
for tho Chrlstnin church. L. An. litis
song and wifo so well known in Webster
county will havo charge of tho services
on Jan. Gth when tho church is to bo
formally dedicated. Eld. Hussnng will
doliver tho dedicatory sermon at 11 a.
m. nnd preach on "God's Plan of Sal
vation" (a chart sermon) at 7:30 p. m.
Notary Public. )
O. C. TEEL,
i RED CLOUD, NEB.
STANDARD FASHION COMPANY.
32 WJSST FOURTEENTH STREET.
B. PHINNEY. PRESIDENT.
E. BTRETOH, TREASURER.
M. TODD, BEORETARY.
NEW YOllK. December 24th, 1900.
Mess. Turnure Bros.,
Red 01 oud, Nebraska.
Gentl emen: -Herewi th you will fvi nd our check No.
21801, for $5.00, which amount has been won by your
Pattern Department in the recent Designer Prize Contest
Wishing this safely to hand, and hoping you will
continue to push .the sale of the Magazine, we remain,
Yours very truly,
STANDARD FASHION 00.
E. 0. Stretch, Treae.
The above is a copy of a letter received by us. The Standard Designer is the most
popular magazine in the United States, and the Standard Patterns nas the largest sale
in Red Cloud as well as the United States. Subscribe for the Designer and get the
best and most popular Magazine.
Inventory Sale Prices on everything in Shoes, Overshoes, Dress Goods, Jackets aud
Capes, We are anxious to save you money.
Yours for business,
TURNURE BROS., Red Cloud, Neb
Uov. Itlackwell of Ayr was hero this
Tho commissioners wore In session
Kd. Young of Noiton, Kansas, was
here this week
.1 O. Caldwell was down to Lohanon,
Uov. Goo. W. Hummel of Duwcvso
was hoio this week.
Tho line of heating stoves at Wi ight's
is superb. Seothem.
N. Loudon has been quite sick with
rheumatism tho past week.
It. K. French, grand lecturer of the
Unynl Arch Masons Is hero this week.
Hatty Young formerly In tho em
ploy of H. P. Suwter was hero this
Dr. Wegmann of Nine Hill, father of
J. II., visited in the city tho fore part
of th weok.
John Uoth and family returned the
foro port of tho week from a visit at
Seward this state.
Ed McCune and daughter Laura left
tho foro part of the weak for Altuenn,
Kansas, for a short visit.
Found on tho corner of tho square a
book entitled "Scarlot Letter." Owner
caa havo same by calliag at this office
J. F. Allen and Alexander Allen who
have boon visiting frionds here havo
returned to tkeir homo in southern
D. M. Able received the sad news tho
foro part of tho week of tho deaih of his
mother at her homo in Iowa on Now
Herman Wachter and family of Sut
ton, this state, a cousin of Jos. Herhur
gor, was visiting in tho city the foro
part of tho weak.
While working on a scaffold at his
new residence tho foro pnrt of tho
week, J. G. Myers had the misfortune
to fall and break his wrist.
Lost On Monday, December 81, a
gold hunting caso watch. Case No. IB,
504 Finder ploaso loavo at this offlco
or return to John Kellogg.
Miss Cora Garbor after a short visit
hero has gono to Lincoln whoro sho
will act as clerk in the office of (. I).
Follmcr, commissioner of laads and
The council mot in regular session
last Wednesday evening but nothing
out of tho ordinary was dono. Tho
main work boforo the council was
Last Monday was a busy day at tho
county treasurers ofllco. Every ono
appeared to want to clean up their
taxes and start tho new year right.
Over $2400 in taxes was paid.
Tho county judge's efllco was re
moved today to tho rooms over tho
Wolfo furniture store. Wo understand
the firm of Overman and Hlacklodgo
will soon occupy tho rooms vacated by
There wasn't enough of a demon
stration in this city over tho exodus of
tho old year and tho birth of th new
year to make n dog bnrk. Everybody
snemed to be of the feeling thnt it was
a good thing to let tho old one go nnd
that there was plenty of tlmo next day
to demonstrate over tho new year.
County Clerk Hale, Treasurer Kobin
son nnd Judgo Kdson met in joint ses
sion on Wednesday to appoint a com
missioner from tho second commission
erdistrict, to (ill tho plneo mado vacant
by tho resignation of Gen P Weber,
who has resigned and will in n short
time leavo tho country. G. A. Wells
ol Stillwater precinct will bo tho now
mombnr of tho board.
List of letters remaining unenlled for
at tho postofllco at Red Cloud, Nob
raska, for tho week ending Jnn. 3d,
John A. Anderson, Geo. Hench,
Sam Hicks, Fred Smith,
These letters will bo sent to the dead
letter ofllco January 17th if not call,
ed for beforo When calling for above
please say "advertised." T. O. Hack
If you want to catch tho small pox
don't come to Red Cloud. Just stay
out in the country. There are about a
doznn cases within ten miles in nny
direction you want to go, and in this
city there is at present, practically
speaking, none. Ithas never been able
to got oil', of the house it was first
found ia. Therefore wo say If you
want tha small pox don't come brie to
get it. The only possible chance of
getting it here if to get into the quar
antined district, and if you do that you
will have to stay there. If you want it
jhst start out and travel around the
country; then you will have plenty of
ohance to expose yourself to the dis
ease, There are plenty of people who
live within three or four miles of this
city who aro afraid to comu to town to
trade, hut who will travel all over the
country and in the course of a day run
against half a dozen or so cases. The
porson who is always afraid of n disease
Is generally tho tirst ono who will run
into it in trying to get away from it.
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.,
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
We are tfointf to start the new year and the new
century right. During January we will offer
unheard of bargains in
Men's, Boy's and
We will only ask a small margin of profit, j'ust
enough to keep things going during the
month. Don't miss this sale. It
is the opportunity of the
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
The strongest, purest, most efficient and
wholesome of leavening agents. Not lowest
in price, yet the most economical ; indispens
able to all who appreciate the best and most
Our country is enjoying prosperity almost
unsurpassed in its history.
For every one there is money enough to
buy that to eat which is pure, sound, good,
Why should we use cheap, impure, un
healthful articles of food? There is no
economy in them ; they endanger the health,
they may cost life. There are reported
almost daily cases of sickness caused by eat
ing cake, puddings 'or biscuit made with the
cheap, alum baking powders.
In all articles for food buy and use only
the best. The good health of the family is
of first consideration.
Alum is used In many baiting powders because it makes
them cheap. It costs less than two cents a pound.
Alum is a corrosive poison. Think of feeding it to chil
dren! Yet the manufacturers ef well-known alum
powders arc actually denying that their goods contain u.
.ftOYAl BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
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