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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1901)
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Not a Word in
Argument or Praise
is needed iu offering these to you. The worth speaks for them,
the qualities are plainly in evidence at all times, and the price
that's the point that wins us more and more patrons. The rich
ness of the goods, coupled to such small cost, is all any reasonable
woman will expect.
Ladies' Fine Tailor Made
Jackets and Coats !
7ZT at prices that will bring your neighbor when they, see what -you
have bought and how mnch money you have saved.
27-inch. Jackets from $4.00 to $12.00.
42-inch. Coa.ts from $13.50 to $20.00.
Another Car Load of
Just unloaded. The kind of furniture we like to sell, arid at
thesespecial prices we give you our guarantee of worthiness, no
reduction ever offered bigger bargains nor so good a selection.
Gabbage, Apples and Potatoes.
we can supply you at reasonable prices with first
PLATT & FREES CO.;
Chicago!- Lumber'- Vard.
Lumber, Lime. Goal and.Cement.
Flour, Feed, Oats9$Corn,
Baled Hay and Coal Oil.
tNo. 1 Third Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, NOVEMBER 8, 1901,
Unrliugtou Houte thiough cars to
California. Tho Burlington's through
car service toOalifornia is as folows:
Standard sleepers-daily, Omnhn, Lin-'
coin, Hastings, and Oxford to Han
Francisco, connecting nt lattor city
with fast train for Los Angeles. Tour
ist sleepers personally conlnitnit
every Wednesday and Thursday Knn
shs City, St. Josoph, Wymore, Suporior,
uuu uxrorcl to San Francisco nd Los
Angeles. All these cars run via Den-
ver and Salt Lake Citr. passing rim
magnificent mountain scenory-of Colo
rado by daylight. Tho tourist sleepers
aro of tho very l-test design, Tbey nre
wide vostibulod and lishtcd bv ith.
The seats havo high backs, and tho
aislos aro carpeted. Tho linen is clean
and nf good quality. If you expect to
sfuBd iho winter in California, It-will
p.ay you to wiito for "California Tours,
11)01 2," n 40-pnce folder which will bn
ready for distribution early in Novem-
uer. it contains just tho information
tho California traveler needs maps of
California aud tho various routes to it;
n list of California hotels; estimatoof
the cost of n month's stay; information
in regard to excursion trips, climate,
out-of-door sport, suitable clothing,
etc. Free. J. Fkancis, Geo. Pas?.
Aftst, Omaha. Nek).
Saturday owning, Nov. 2, nt 8 p.m.
occurred 11 quiet wedding ill the llluo
Hill M. E. parsonage. Mr. Chus. Yuitrg
of l)onlph:iu, Nebraska, nntl Miss rr
rio Hummel of lted Cloud, 50m gcst
daughter of ltur. U. W. liummul, i-eing '
tho participants. Uuly the imiueuiatu
relatives woio present lo witness tlu
ceremony. Promptly at tho uppi luted
hour tho young couple took, thuir places j
in tho parlor whoro tho solemn words '
were spoken by Prcsld.ng Elder P-.ir
bou of Hustings which mado them uus
band mid wif". Tho brido wns cti rm 1
ingly attired in cream albatrass nun
mud in mtiu and laco and wore brido
roses und carnations whilo tho piooni
was handsoino in conventional black. I
The groom is a promising young bu i-1
ness man of Doniphuu, Nebraska,
whore he resides and is well und fuvor- j
ably known as u young inSn of houest
worth und christian character. He has
a homo all tilted and prepared for his
bride, tho fruits of his uwn labor and
enterprise. Tho bride is well known
here in ltud Cloud und vicinity where
sho has lived since childhood, is highly
accomplished, being a graduate of tho
Nebraska Wesley an Univetsity at Liu
coin. Sho has been one of tho popular
teachers in our city schools holding a
position in tho Kindergarten two year
and Ural primal y In tho second wuiu 1
two years, just leslgninir her pl-icon
November 1st. Mr. and Mrs. doling
were tho recipients of many viwuablu,
and useful presents, umotig which wnsj
a handsome mirror from the Id u
scholars in tho pilmary room and a
larno number of little presents mi .
ing thu love und esteem in which alio
wushold by iho pupils, und are highly
prized by tho teacher 119 tokens of
friendship and love. Mr. und Mrs
Young departed 011 the Hastings tiaiu
Mondiiv afternoon fur Doniphuu, where
they will bo tendered n reception ur the
homo of tho groom's kuuolo, Mr. win.
Uelger Monday evoningut8 p.m. They
will be ut homo to their many friends
after Nov. 15th, ut Donlphui-, Nebras
ka. A Pleasant Suryrisc.
A complete surprise to Mr. anil V. II.
Scrivner was given qn last Wednesday
morning. It was tholr thirty-fourth
nuuiversaay and also tho twenty-fourth
anniversary of thoir son Oscar, lie
started on a visit with his wife to her
grandfathers, but she bting on to the
surpriso they drove to his father's and
there seeing several buggies stopped as
it was nearly noon. His mother was
surprised on account of her children
and so many neighbors coming in and
soon the old gentleman came in from
whore ho had bean fencing thinking it
was nearly noon. Ho was tho most
surprised of all for ho bad nsticod sev
eral buggies pass whoro he was ut work
and wondered" whoro thoy wero going.
He novor thought of eating dinner with
forty-nino of them until ho arrived at
homo und saw to his great surprise
about lit teen or twenty buggies in tho
hitch lot. Tho rest of tho day was en
joyed by all and several well tilled
tables wore relieved of their heavy bur
den. Tho many friends und neighbors
consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Fox, Mr nnd Mis. J. Cor
bett, Mr. und Mrs. P. S. Fair, Mr. ard
Mrs. Wm. Francli, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed.
Goldsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Roll Stone,
Mr. aud Mrs. (Jhas. Barrett, Albert
Scrivner and wife, Oscar Scrivner and
wife, Wm. J. Scrivner and wlfo, Mes
dnmos Judgo Stone, Cyrus Francis, F.
L. Smith, Jas. T. Fruit, Aithur Fruit,
Edith Moutuford, Chas, Arbncklo, Wm.
Rosencrans, Miss May llosoncrnns and
thirteen children, making a total of
forty-nino Including their homo family
of tlvo. Late in the afternoon before
they bado each other adieu Mrs. Wm.
Rosencrans took a picture of tho entire
After carefully scrutinizing the vote
ati published this week wo conclude
that there aro two different kiuds of
republicans in Webster county.
from 125 to 175.
is republican by
Tun Vmtw 11 per year.
A4 -J ?V-JWg tWttr& ji,. -
ViA. raTaTaaV L l-aaTaafcift.
1 FK Cn,
Love ia unequally
voice a with sickness.
Labor ia Hglttened by
love, but love cannot
lighten pain or relieve
it. Many a man looks
on at his wife's suffering
willing to do anything
to aid iter and able to do
tbe husband's attention is directed to
Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription and
Us remarkable cures of womanly dis
eases. He may not have much hope of
a cure, but be m led to try the medicine,
with the result that in almost every case
there is a perfect and permanent cure.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures
irregularity. It dries the drains which
weaken women, heals inflammation and
ulceration, and cures female wruVncM.
As a tonic for women who are nervous, !
sleepless, worn-out and run-down "Fa-
voritc Prescription" is unernialcd.
"In answer to your letter I will nay, my wife
commenced to comptnln twenty jenrii oco,"
writes I.ewia A. Miller, ex-Clilef-of-Pollce, of 31
l'nwpcct St.. Weltort, Vn. We lmve tried the
nklll or twelve (lirTcrent doctor. Slic took Rill
lotm of medicine durinx lite time she was ill,
until I wrote to you nmt yon told ui whnt to do.
blic linn tnken clht lioUIfBof Dr l'ierce'i I'd
vorite rreKritUton and six of the 'Ooldcn Med
ical Dlncovery," She enn do her own work now
and can walk around again and Is quite nuart."
" Favorite Prescription " has the testi
mony of thousands of women to its com
plete cure of womanly diseases. Do not
accept an unknown and unproved sub
stitute iu its place.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigor
ate stomach, liyer'and bowels.
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
An English clergyman named Bacon
is making balloon nnccntH in and
around London with n view to ascer
taining the xourccs of London fog.
In the coldest parts of Siberia n
rainbow niny hometimes be seen all
dny long in n cloudless sky. It Is
supposed to be due to fine particles
of snow 111 the nlr.
The Marconi station Installed on
the Nantucket lightship has proved
to be very successful and several
trans-Atlantic steamers have been
able to communicate successfully
with the shore by its aid.
It is asserted that the number of
compound locomotives in use in thin
country (an compared with simple en
gines) averages 75 per cent, of the
whole number In use in freight and
passenger traffic. ,
The danger of living in.a house thnt
harbors consumptives is Illustrated
by the fact that of 0,273 patients of
ficially examined by the German Im
perial board of health 2,177. or 34.7
per cent., belonged to families that
Included other victims of tuberculosis.
An English steamship compnny linn
issued a circular letter offering free
passages to delegates from labor
unions who wish to visit this country
to ascertain the exnet conditions of
labor and wages here, and nlso whnt
advantages, if any, we have In the
way of labor-saving tools.
Kecent experiments made to deter
mine the los ensuing by exposing
coal to the wenther. unprotected in
nny way, show, contrary to general
belief, that it U very small. There
wns a gain in the nmount of oxygen
hut a loss of carbon, hydrogen and
nitrogen; the loss of calorific power
CITIES SPEND HUGE SUM.
MasiUliMilMlaa the World Ores -
ia laurmou FtU
In no previous period of the world's
history have so many cities been busy
at the same time with extensive and
costly public enterprises. The dally
reuder of the news of all countries
cannot fall U have noticed that the
closing years of the nineteenth cen
tury und the opening year of the twen
tieth have been marked by the begin
ning or the continuance of municipal
undertakings the total cost of which
will amount to hundreds of millions of
dollars, says the New York Tribune.
In London and Paris and in other cap
itals of Kurope local railways, under
ground und on the surface, are in
course of construction or will be begun
at an early date. The tendency to ira-
prove the facilities for local transpor-
vlK.W - iW
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tatlon U widespread and scema now to
have become Irresistible in many quar
ters. Progrr-"f'vc communities with
ample resource and eoiaplcuuitK far
population and advancement arc en
tering upon notable tasks for the bene
fit of .their citizens and of stranger
within their gates.
llapld transit is a watchword and
rallying cry both In the eastern and
western hemispheres, and armies of
Tvnfr-finrrs nrr tolling in subway,
011 elevated roads und on the street
levels in dnzons and scores of well
known plnces here and abroad. But
the principal clHrs of the globe aret
iHinccrned with o.hfr f,-rnt workje
than those which will effect the swift
distribution nf hosts of passengers.
Schemes for the cormtruetlon of jiow
docks and piers on the most ambitious
scale, for the deepening u:u broaden
ing of harbor channels and for tho
opening of wider avenues afcommera
and trade In .Vie best-known ports 6f
various countries are more numerous)
and are planned on more generoua
Vnea than 'ti "in t -t"c- rra. And tho
provision of more ahimdant stipplica
i f water for cities which consume
huge iiiantltliH is drawing millions
upon millions of dollars from munici
pal treasuries In the United States and
In other countries,
ronraler'a 4 In Iks Rrnt (
Hates Our Vvntr Mllra aai
Htar att Itasca.
The roost wonderful long distance)
speed "automobile performance yet
credited to anyone was made by
Henry Founder, v nur t tho 1901
Vurls-llordenux ;icv, held May 3V.
l'he 318 miles wero mud. In eight
hours -14 seconds, or equal to a rata
of speed which would take tho win
ner from New York to HulTnto In a
trifle over ten hours. Hud Fournler
not been forced to limit his .speed to
12 kilometers nn hour in passing
through Versailles, Chartres, Cha
tcaudun, Vendome, Tours, Chuteller
ault, Poitiers, Unfile, Angnulcmc and
I.lbourne, ho would have inailo 1111 av
erago speed which .would hnvc taken
hint from New York to U'uffnlo in
seven hours, or nt n rate of npecd
considerably faster than the wurld
famed empire state express travels.
There is no question, says the Auto
mobile Magazine, that at some parts
of the journey Fournler went some
what over 70 miles per hour. His;
330 miles outside of towns were mad
at an average rate of OS miles per
hour, and the average of the whols
distance, including the slowing up
through towns, was over 40 Bailee
per hour. )
The previous record for this twtm
was held by Charron, his tine betas;
11 hsurs 4 minutes nnd 20 seconds,
(t will be seen that Fournler reduced '
these figures by nearly three hours..
The second arrival was Farnham, in.
a Panhard-Levassor, in nine, hours
and 40 minutes, while the third man,.
Volgt, who also operated a Panhard-Levassor,
was third In sine"
hours 49 minutes and 11 seconds,
both beating Charron's record, 1
BIO DOLL is now ready
and is on exhibition nt
One coupon with every
Doll will be drawn De
Good bargains on
Iiottor buy where you can get a
chance- on this lovely doll.
Call and see it.
THR llATIa A
3 ReU Cloud, Nebraska.
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