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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1901)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JANUARY 18. 1901.
Smiles of Satisfaction
are noticeable character.'
istics in our store these
days of bargain selling.
Those bargains in Novelty Goods, Plaids, Brocades, and some
plain colors that make elegant cheap dresses for school wear,
and are exceptional values for older people.
We never tire of mentioning
"JACKETS;" at the prices we
are asking each Lady, Miss or
Child can have one. All we ask
for them is
50 cents on the Dollar,
Men's wool fleece, heavy weight 40c.
" cotton " medium " 30c.
Ladies wool " heavy " 40c.
" cotton " medium " 25c.
Underwear for the smaller tots, size 16,
cotton fleece or wool 10c, 5c rise in size.
SHOES AT COST.
Mothers, do your children need shoes? We are closing out
at cost, the entire line of M. D. Well shoes thus giving you an
advantage of buying shoes at the same price we paid for them.
Yo&&ZJ3l LADIES' SHOES.
WOllS UOIlgOla KIM tip. IllOII
WelH Kangaroo Cnlf, mock tip. lucti
Regular $3 25. tit $t 05
Wells Vini Kid, chocolate, lace.
KoRiilnr 93 "i), til sji.ud.
riisuss' and Children's Shoes.
WVIIs viol kill, chocolate, si.D I to 3,
KoRiilnr 91.85, tit $1 !J3.
V?lls kiuiKiuoo calf, sizu I lo U,
Rcirulir 81.85. tit 91 :J2
Wells viol kill, si.n 8 to K1J,
Regular $185, nt 81.32.
VulN kiniRiiroo o.'ilf, si.n 8 to Kl
Ki'Biiltir 81 85, nt 91.32
Wells vloi kid. sius 5 to 8,
Regular 81 50, tit 81 10
Dress Goods and Suitings.
We are intent upon giving you the best possible goods at
the low.est prices. For the next ten days we will give a special
discount of ten per cent on all dress goods and suitings. This
includes our entire line. All Crepens, Crepon Effects, Bril
liantines, Henriettas, Serges, Novelty Goods and Flannels.
Cotton, medium weight, fancy borders, stze 56x72 inches. 40c
Other grades, heavier weights, 65c to $1.75 per pair.
The Furniture Question.
A Big Discount.
Prices to February 1.
3 piece bed room suite 91 1 80
Iron Kuils for .12 00.
Dining Chairs, ouno seat, 75i
Kitchon Clmlrs, 50 .
Rockers, tane seat nt $1 45
Kitchen Citpbo.tni-, I irRo 84 80.
Special in the Carpet Room.
M rid n 1.1 ma mm niittnrn. !0 Vnnls. 8J1
J7" Light woiRht till wool luRraln, 50 vd-,32ic
y Samp.lesof Wilton, Velvet, Moquetto.etc.
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CI nr(ri(z The foundation of health is pure groceries.
UiUwCl flea. They make wholesome food possible. Lib
bv, McNiell & Lobby's canned meats, viz: Chipped Beef,
Deviled Ham, Veal Loaf, Chicken Loaf, Vienna Sausage,
An assorted line of pre
Highest Market Price Paid
Red Cloud Nebraska.
Tho Urst btllH to pass tlio hotiMi woio
tho two expense bills, upprnpi luting
$8.1,000 to pay members salaries, timl
mileage, anil $30,000 to pay Incidental
expanses of tho session. As usual they
went through without n contest, and
tho sonnto welcomes them with open
As was predicted a month ago tho
wholo8lo unseating of mcmbuis on
contests mot with litllo favor. WhlloJ
strict attention to tho spirit of retalia
tion would havn called for tho Iking of
two or three fitsionisls, tho republicans
gavo tlin benefit of every doubt lo tho
f usiouists, and lot them hold their seats.
This shows a strong contrast between
republican and fusion political meth
ods and morals. As usual, bowovor,
the stuto will bo called upon to pay
contest expenses and fat lawyers fees
fui bulb parties.
One of tho early bills to got in is
bouse roll No. 101, providing for the
payment of the piiinhiuiou tho stato
Measurer's bond,. Two J'uais ngo tho
same sort tf a proposition was bofoto
the session, and if. the com so of its
consideration tho Mcusuior was asked
whuio ho had the permanent school
fund deposited, mid how much inteiest
ho derived from this soiuoc lleio-
f na.iit In nlluivor tlinkli fllll.atlilllri. fklltt
the bill piopcrly fulled. It is believed
that in tho four years of his Hum Mo
servo derived from SIU.OOO to $20,000
from these deposits, and this being tho
case tho payment of the bond picmlum
was no burden. In case Tieasuior
Stusffor informs the public of the loca
tion of tliis fund, ud reports tho inter
est into the treasury, tho payment of
the expense of bis olllcinl bund is Vol
ceded to be proper and light.
Another Kussian thistle bill has coino
in, but tho thistle agitation is pietty
well played out In 1805 them was a
great thistle scare ami a bill was rushed
thtoiigh. In a later session pi oof was
produced that the pests weto leallva
blessing and that cattlo and shep full
over themselves lo feed on Kussian
thisths. Now tho other extreme is to
come, and tho "post" cry Is to bo beard
Senator Steele bus introduced a bill
to establish a now military code and re
organize tho national guard.
Untitling n newspaper is Just tiko
running a hotel, only its dllTerent.
When a man goes into tho lu.tol and
linds inmothlng on the table that does
not suit In tn ho doesn't get tip and kick
and raise Cain with the landlord and
toll him to "stop Ills darned old hotel.'1
Well hardly. Ho sets that dish aside
and wades into sonic of tho many dish-
os that does suit him. It isdiftotont
with Homo newspaper renders. They
llnd nn item occasionally that does nut
suit thotn exnetly and without stopping
to think that it may please hundreds of
other readers, make n grand-stand play
of their supremo iisiniulty, and hasten
to tho ofllco and givo a sharp, excited
order to "stop tho darned old paper"
little thinking that tho editor looks
upon him with the same lullnito small
ness that a hotel man would if ho kick
ed at, something on tho table. Hut tho
paper don't stop; not much, but this
particular kicker's paper fails to roach
him next week, and ho has to run over
and borrow bis neighbors just to seo if
it is still boing published.
Incldrnt ol Every Day Life Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Accouut of Their Littleness.
It looks good to eoothostnoko rolling
up front tho slack of tho now mill,
which indicates that tho machinery is
in motion. At last our city has an In
stitulUn .of which it can justly fuel
Pioud. Some one of the difTeieut
brands of Hour should bo in every
household and for salo In every sioro
which sells this fumlly necessity. A
imiioni.iugol homo industries is what
makes towns and oities.-'-Kod Cloud
should not stop ut this ouu institution
but should roach out for others. In
order to do this tin association of citi
zens must bo oiganized so people who
havo enterprises which thoy wish to
luculu will know thero is something
to baso support upon. Wo can uiako
suggestions that uro vuluablo if acted
upon but it takes nioro than our own
lonesotuo to carry them out. When u
young man takes a vacation out of
Tho Stnto"7o"u7nro77si Tuesday own for his "health" he bus u kind of
Tho usual number of normal school
bills are coming in, including one or
two to unlotd empty buildings on the
state and quite an active lobby to boom
thesa projects is already noticeable.
Seveial rcappotioiument billsaro un
der consideration and it is certain that
the one adopted will make tallica!
changes. Tho last apportionment was
made in 1885. In 1SU0 tho bill agnod
upon was killed by W. A. I'oynter who
was committee chairman. Attempts
wore made in 189.r) and 181)9, but Until
failed. The constitution icaHy culls
for a now appottloument every five
years. Adam Guanokk.
It used to he a standing joko that one
was so scarce of reading matter that ho
usid to ra4 ''oven the advertise
ments." This can no longer Ue used as
a joko. Advertisers hare kept pace
with or aboad of tho progressive times.-
Itcosts iinmeus sums of money to ad
vertise as some firms do. Ttioy would
never spond this money unless ttieir
advertisements weio read. As a on
sequence as much, or mora perhaps,
piilus uro takon to get.up attractive ad
vertising than there is to keep up good
editorials. Men are paid largo salaries
for both. Good ad vet Users change
their mutter of ten. It is worded cine
fully and with a direct interest to tho
reader. It natutully follows that tho
reading public now road advertise
ments just as cagorly as they do any
other part of iho paper. Proof of this
fact is most easily demonstrated. II
by an erior u merchant should quoto n
price below that which ho intended and
the pi oplo see a "snap" bttigain ho is
auaio atonco that advertising has tu
tulle, though iu that case it did not pay.
says: "The eight presidential electors
mot yesterday at noon In Governor
Dtiitrich's ofllco ujiI cast their vote for
piosldont and vice president. The bal
loting win carried on us formally us nn
election nt the pulls and each member
used u pilnted cntd on which he wiote
tho niiiiiu of the candidate of his choice
The eight votes will help swell the ma
jorities of President McKlnloy anil
Vice President Koosevelt. Latcriii thw '
day the electors mot and balloted forty
times before a messenger wus elected
to ciurv tho vot to Was hington. Tho
lust six or seven votes resulted in a tie
for J. F. Nosbit of Tokomah and W. R.
Hal ton of Tecumseh. Finally a recess
was taken. During tho truco un un
dei'staudiug was reached and Mr. Bur
ton was elected mossengor. as mr.
Button was an old soldier it was deem
ed titling that this honor should go to
him. Iu nccordunce with a previous
ariiingenient till tho electors will no
company Mr. Bjirton on tho trip to
Washington. Tho parly will leave Ne
braska Jnuuury SO.
Tho Curtis Connor of rticcnt dale
savs: "A dlscovcrv of conslileiublo
importance oven on tho old ltontler
litis just boon mado north of tho oily.
It is no loss thnu an old fiacral pyre,
whero in tho oaiilor days somo poor
victim furnished a sacrificial ofToiing
toappeaso tho wrath ol nowmig sav
ages. Burned bonis, brass button?,
arrow heads galoro, a broken toma
hawk, and other evidences of tholiond
ish carnival won found in tho residue
Evon tho old charred stake to which
tho victim was lashed was found llrnily
planted in the ground and brought I::.
Tho gruesome relies tiro in a fair state
of pieseivntiou and Instinctively cans
s tho mind of tho beholder to go back
to tho days when somo.vlotim of suvugo
fury furnished rare spoil for tho "toil
dovils" us his life wont out in a liery
cloud timid the howling oigies of tho
shoopish look when ho returns. Ho
may havo gained a few more gray
hairs but ho can Uroutho easier Take
a lawyer with a bewildering Unnk tank
and he can build nioro air castles or
how ho is going to get his client out of
tho tolls than a kid before Cliiistmus.
Air castles iiiuafioiitltnci punctuicd.
If some of our nttornejs would dur
ing tho ptoSHit legislature son that
ono or two laws now on mo biuuuu
books were so amended ns to muko
both parties jointly amenable to tho
law in casoH of criminal intimacy,
thero would bo fewer Innocent parties
sent up This would uiako a less num
Uor of street walkers and u purei at
mosphoro in tho cities of tho state.
There would bo loss levying of black
mail for the i!Hmwo of extortion or
money. A paper gives tho welcome
news that usbostos towels uro among
tho cut lositiesof'tho day. When soiled
it is only necessary to tlnow thorn Into
a red hot lire and after a few iiiiiiutis
draw thorn oubfresh and clean.-Th
will bo a grc.'tt boon i pi inters ut
cut hhmt tin atone- in legtird to pi Int
ers' towels. ? ,4y
What Shall We Have for Defart?
This qui'Stiou alibi's iu thojTMilly
every day. I."t us aiisver it4cMnr.
Try Jell-O, a ! lieh.iidr.suit.ijPro.
pured in two minutes. No bukinrfludd
hot water and set tt cool. FlaVjrs:
Lemon, orange riifpber-, and jjjruw-
hmrv. At vour urocitJ, lucis. r
A Kentucky editor going off on a
visit loft hi.'i paper in charge of a min
ister. During the minister's stay in
the sanctum tho following letter came
from a mountain subscriber: "You
know d d well I paid my subscrip
tion tho last time I was in Lexington.
If I get any mora such letters from you
as I received last week I will como
down and maul h 1 out of you." The
minister answered; "I have beon try
ing to maul thatthinig out of the editor
for tho last ton years, and if you really
come down and maul it out or mm,
then, my dear sir, I havo twenty mem
bers in my congregation you con opor
A prominent i epuUlican stopped into
Gruss's drug store ono day this week
and wanted four ounces of glycerine,
bayrum and Florida watorcompoiinded
for chnpped hands. "I havt no Floti
lla water," said the druggist, "but I enn
Slvo you Kosowater instead." "Not by
a d n sight you diint," roared tho
prospective customer, "I've got no uvo
for Kosowater, and don't you forget it,"
There is no-poison so highly contagious,
so deceptive, nml so destructive. Don t be
too sure you are cured because nil cxternan
signs of the disease have disappeared, and
the doctor says you are well. Many per
sons have lcen dosed with Mercury and.
Totash for months or years, and pro
nounced cured to realize when too late
that the disease was only covered up
. ... driven from the
Uko Bogota Uko. surfncc to break
out again, and to their sorrow and mortifi
cation find those nearest and dearest to -themhave
been infected by this loath
some, disease, for no other poison is so
eurelr transmitted from parent to child.
as Italic'" Often a had disc W RUeumaUstn, .
Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin lMC .
an old sore or ulcer developing in middi?
lif, can be traced to blood poison con
tracted M. Xlm f fc r r
in early wn9 9m mw wmm rm''Omtm
life, for it remains smoldering in the sys
tem forever, unless properly treated and
driven oat in the beginning. S. S. S. is
the only antidote for this peculiar virus,"
the only remedy known that can over
come it and drive it out of the blood, anil''
it does this so thoroughly and effectually
that there is never a return of the disease
to embarrass or humiliate you afterwards.
cures contagious Blood
I'oison in any and all
mineral to break down
your constitution: it is
purely vegetable and the only blood puri
fier known that cleanses the blood and
at the same time builds up the genera
Our 'little book on contagious blood
poison is the most complete and Instruc
tive ever issued; it not only tells all
about this disease, but also how to cure
yourseitat iiotnc. u H irec auu.snouid
to embarrass or hut
and it took the courteous young clerk
fully ten minutes to explain that the J be in the hands'of everyone seeking s
rose water no spoke ot nan notuiug to cure, aenmoru.
do with the Omaha Boo.-Kx. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO- ATLANTA, M.
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