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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1901)
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VOLUME XXIX. KED CLOUD, yEimASlCA. NO VJ.M BH L!! IftOK - r -
Where prices swing
along easy lines.
The tor that gives values is tho onu thu imblic f i oqimnt. V
are wccting thcso conditions with tlin Noveinbor prices
where joti'll like tin-in
We will tmikc December another banner mouth on
With values that cannot but give n splendid foi wind swing to the
sollincr, and th pro's renfous in plpnly stocks must bo
righted ready lor the incoming furuiiuio stock nnd
that means special value-) means induce-
inputs that you will nut ignoie.
5 doz. Ladies Sewing Rockers, wood seat, regular
price is 1.50 this sale 1.00. Cane seat, regular
price is 1.75 to 2.00, this sale 1.25.
25 Sewing Chairs, wood and cane seat, 2 and 3 of
a kind, former price 1.00 to 1.50 each, this sale
60 cents each.
Kitchen chairs 45c each.
Large, roomy comfort rockers at i.o to 8.00 each.
Iron beds, 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4 50, 5.00, 6.00, 7.00 to
2 side boards that must be sold to make room for
new patterns. One golden oak, French mirror,
regular price 13.00, this sale at 8.00. One golden
oak, quarter sawed, French mirror, regular $15
this sale 9.00.
Folding book cases, regular 5.00 this sale 2.50.
Chatauqua book cases, regular 6.00, this sale 4.00.
One combination book case, regular 15.00 this sale
9.50. One combination book case, regular $20
this sale 13.00.
Ten bed room suits 12.50 to 20.00. See our spec
ial suite at 15.00. We are overstocked on this
one pattern, hence the price. .
Ten wash stands, formerly .sold at 4.00 to 5.50,
during this sale at 3.00 each.
25 wood beds, regular 4.50 to 5.00 this sale at $3.50
Hall trees at 3.50 and 5.00.
Dining tables 5.C0 to 21.00.
This sale includes all easels, music racks, wall
pockets and pictures at exactly one-half price.
v DEAF? '?lwflr
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those born deaf nre incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
V. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS:
llAi.Ti.inmr, Mil , Mnrch v. 1901.
GttttUmen 1 -DcIiir entirely cured of ilenfneni thanks to jour trcatmeut, I will iiowk'
Incidents o! Every Day Life Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Account of Their Littleness.
Last year on Thanksgiving 11 ton
milu walking nice was nrrnnged for
amusement nn Thanksgiving. This
year tlin city has mndo such stiidcs to
t "no fi out that not evuu a foot raco will
bo in evidence. Tho iron is boing
placed on the ceiling of the down stabs
room in tin Potler-Wiight building
This si'i'ius to bo about tho tlnishing
touches, and what then? What in
going to occupy tho Putter room when
it b utiMied? That, is the question.
Thai It will be occupied beforo long
is curtain as it will not bo allowed lo
stay vacant long. Theie don't appear
to bo any movo on tho part of any firm
hero to take tho room and therefore it
looks like a tenant will bavo to conio
fiom tho outside. Will it bo a dry
goods stoic, a clothing stoic, or a com
binatiou of several different lines of
goods.? It will mako a fine rooiii for
any business, but wo guess we'll have
to wait and see. There aroi 541 banks in
Kansas with an nggrcgato deposit of
eightj-evcn million dollars. Not so
bad for a state that has a reputation of
having so many cranks Tho lino
weather we navo been having lately
couldn't havo fitted us belter if It had
been mado to order Tho public will
not bo soi ry if it stays with us. Tho
latest thing in thu way of seeming
money for tho bunetlt of tho chinch i
having a rumnngo sale. Of couiso it
is kind of hnrd on hubby to sop his last,
sitmmci's suit of clothes, his summer
ovetcoat or somo of his highly prized
iiic line put up nnd sold to the highest
bidder. lint everything goes when
money is to be raised for the church
Put iuti. action your pood resolutions
To the citizens of Hod Cloud tho sun
sets in NchraSKtt, shines all day on the
whole world and then sets in Colorado.
The attendance at Sunday school al
ways Increases just boforo Chilstmas.
Glass of Water.
Put a handful n glased
coffee in a glass of water,
wash off the coating,
look nt it; smell itl Is
it fit to drink? Gnc
the same test. It leaves the water
bright and clear, because Wsj'usl
Tti noaldil if kirn" liKiirn uniform
qouUIt ami frmliiiNia.
VMi 1 Jill
Says the Stoilmg Sun. ' the f. m
crs would all make it a point to burn
all thu dead grass in and mound their
fauns, they would 1 itl tho oounti of
millions of chinch bugs this fall, which
would moan tlin destruction of Intch
cries which they will so much dread
nextsprlng. The dead grass, esppciall;
near stubble fields, U at the present
their abiding place, Hcttcr not wait
for your neighbor, but hum what you
have about your place and it will bean
incentive for him to do thu same. Tell
him what you aiu doing it for.
Next Thursday is Tlnnksglvitij dav
by proclamation A sou of praise-(.Jod-by-iniichinotj
da. A da, in
which thankfulness is expiPFS'd by
i WHAT THE INTER OCEAN OFFER
Good News for Subscriber t The Chief
and The Weekly Inter Ocean
Ni vet before In tho history of news
pipeishas so liberal an oppoituiilty
''oil nccoi tied tho public to paitiuip.ito
1 a gift distribution of si eh trcniin
tkus si.H as tli) one which this paper
I i now able to piesoul to itp leaders
t'liough mi arrangement recently com
ple.i'd n i It The WYcl.ly Inlet O.:oan
In the iidvi'ilisingeiilumus of this Is-
su we print a piopiHtion poi tinning
to the matter inrefeieree, and wo must
.strongly advise all our rcadois care
fulls to pet use siime.
Kvery word in tlin', announcement is
lineere. every nsserthin is honest, uvtry
icpteseutation is truthful In every par
lieK of vmi'i tiompidN us to boil
down tin' detail us much it possible,
but it h ive on h t ul a lariri- supply of
tho extlaiiaiuy p.ipetn commoted with
tho propos;Ion, which was furnished
us byour eo-opeinlot in thy big deal
Tim Weekly Inter Ocean and these
we shall be plet-ed lo ill-lt ibute among
those who 111115 beeotne inter sted.
Sixty Years a Household Remedy
For Burnt, Cuti, Sprains and
CAUTION I Witch Ilfttel la ,
POND'S BXTR ACT. IntUttipon Ctnm.
ini POND'S EXTRACT, oia m In
calad bottles, bult wrapper.
Iioiiim and cross
gluttony. Large hunting parlio ill u J S T' uknoti. Charley and
bn out over Kansas and msko tho b'r', ,-, u.kj Mottiilain Tea.-C. L
rabbits and squirtcN feci thankful that
this day come only onco a year. W'inp
praise lie is h uind to accept on tin oc
casion he is no doubt thankful thai the
governors of states will not get another
chance at him for a 12 month Leba
iiW lie 1 1, of (Joivle. wh , h n made
' 1 i 1 1 1 1 f inilfpeiiduii: rti-in,; ' "'S
wn in town I'uttail.U. 11 J was : I'cotn
pimiid by Mi. Smith, of lied Cloud,
llotb gentlemen were pleasant calleis
at our den Hiverton Ituvlow.
n ft.11 lilKlr.ru T ..! ...h in f.i. h.i 1 f.f oilr illkr tlnili
Atwiit lite )e.m iik'o tiivrluht ear began totiiig, ami tliU kcton Ketllnu worc, uutll I toil
fcny lu arinn In tliW inr entirely. , ,
1 utiilcrwcnt n trcntineut for cnUrrh, for three iiionttis, llliont nnyimcccv, coiimlteaaiuim.
tifrof pliKliiniw, nnioiic other, the must imliiciil inr hprcialist of this city, who told me that
Duly an "rrntlnn could htlp me, mitt .ven that only tcmjuiarlly, mat tlielitad iiole would
then ctMM.- hut tin; livririlii; hi tllualTtcteil car woiiIiUk. lost lori.r
I then Niwyonr nd.rrttseiii(.ut accidenlalty In a New York paper, and ordered your treat
limit. After I It.ul tistd it only a few it lynaicordlnirtojour dlrectioim. the lioUe ceased, and
to day. after fie weeks, my hcarhiK in the diseased car lias been entirely reMored. I llinnk ou
heartily and be,; to remain Verytrut yo"rs.
1' A. V liKMAN, 7308. Broadway, llaltlmore, Mil.
Our treatment doen not interfere with your usual occupation.
KrCe YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME nt"?o0X!1
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL.
The glass ti ust in Chicago has an
nounced that It will cut thu prico 20
percent. Does this inenn tnat w.i nre
to have more light on the trust ques
tion? Tliero is ono young man in Rod Cloud
who says that he is so avoruo to a stren
uous lifo that ho ourt8 a poor girl in
preference to a rich ono in oidor to
A country exchange thinks that $8 a
weok, and board, is pietty good pay for
any girl. Well, it is nioro that) some of
them get nftor they aro marritd, thnt's
Ajax t'lomlng, of the liraymer Comet,
prints tills ono nnd lays it on an x
change: "My good littlo man," said
tho visiting pastor, "1 am afraid you
have been lighting. A black eye! Don't
you want me to pray with your"
"Nrw," said tho little man, "run homo
and pray with your own kid. Ho'a got
two blnc,k eves."
Tho way to heavon is through tho
gates of justice.
There is an attorney in Topekn by
tho name of 1'igg, but ho never squeals
on a client.
Whon you pawn your watch you lose
The man who loses his temper loses
Some of the clocks in this town
ought to joifT hands nnd got together
Scientists i saylthatbreadfis Itho root
of dyi-pepTin.Kl'iu must bo tho trunk
and all its blanches.
The Chief will do Your Job Work.
' STATE CREEK.
All quiot around our littlo town, An
dorsouvlllc, since the shooting match
and raco for thu turkey last Ftiday.
That created some excitement for somn
of the boys who were there a d fond
Win. Hosencrans bought '200 bushels
of corn at DOj per bus id.
Thu Mi. Hope boys had quite it game
of bull last Saturday iu Fied Hood's
meadow and a little contention in thu
Some are done gatheiing corn, jes
and a short horse Is nlwuys easy curried.
Stock as a rulo looks well to start in
on tho winter and tho suppojitlon is
that with the wild hay and alfalfa stalk
iields with green holds of wheat nnd
ryo they will conio out Hying iu tho
Some of tho young sportsmen of our
creek mado a Hying trip t Burr Oak
last Saturday to see the horse races.
Stock sold well nt Mr. A. Upp's sale
a fow days ago.
Mrs. Wm. Muckey is belter nt lust
Frank Van Dykes has been on the
sick list for tt few dnys.
Al Set ivnor's largo horse which was
sick a few days ago is bettei and it Is
thought he will yet get well.
Hurrah for the last day of staying ia
on account of disobedience.
Miss Gilka Iluss had a basket supper
at her school house last Tuesday even
ing but did not hnvo a very good suc
cess because tho Kosemont boys weron't
Miss Canie Arnold is going to have it
new "red-hood" but now don't say she
will have two for the other one was her
Th Sunday school scholars of Koso
mont Piesbyteiian church are practic
ing for Christmas If you want to have
a good lime Chi Istinas conio and seu us.
Mrs. Laura Arnold toaclif.r of llosn'.
mont school was ill Tuesday and hur
place was tilled by one of-her scholars.
Hrings nttractiveness to listless, ur
lovable gills, making them hatidsome,
tunrrhtgcnhlo women. That's what
Uoeky Mountain Tea will do. .Tie. C,
The clergy enj y it joke nt eaoh
o'hei's expense as much as tho carnal
minded, says nn exchange A Metbo
dist pi cachet- said to a Haplist: "1
dt earned I went to Heaven Inst night
and saw no Baptist there, and on in
quiry for tliuni wns told they wetocom
lug by water nnd hud not at rived "
'I," said the Baptist preacher, "nlso
dreamed I was in Heaven nnd 1 saw no
Methodists. 1 learned tho reason, be
cause they were on the outside on six
months' probation." Ex.
Mr. Geo. Oveting, of lied Cloud, wns
visiting with his fiioud (J, M. Castor
this week. Hiverton tteviuw.
7 . I V-J
l)r, Mnranvllle, of lied Cloud, wns
In town Wednesday. He cumo up to
vacclna'o G. M. Castor's cattle. Hlver
I'lio in ivi a U maul closed Inst
iiuil t i venin,;, I, vns n failure as
icj'i d- i'MH''i i'ot, but there were
seven' 4'ii.d -imiiiii nn I Hro. Andy
l'oulsou has left a host of ftiuutls.
Tun p iker gamo at Wonier Is not as
fnseiiiiiiliie M" it wn befitie the sherllT
e'tnu .ii sue the liovs
I'lif riutn'y rupeiiiitt iidrnti f rcSwoU
t-, -it V on r hot vii-i U lii d iy. Ho
ilutikH Womir has one of the uiightust
-.iilioo.a In the cuu.i.).
Ans I'.ititMl spirts a line diiviiig
team ur.d is a good hoiscmau.
j Kd.M.i.Ius has Miippnd (PD head of
i gs In M-e la' t-n u'ek i'il still hns
2U0lu.,d iihs fevd lots, wonier it
uiienil on thu dual as u hog nmiket. In
fact it is a very btiy littlo town.
Malhes Bros, store employs seven
clerks besides thu cashier. Come to
Wonier anil seo a live town.
Singing school nt tho hull every Fri
day night ' Dava McCorklu is putting
the ligures on the board. Dave is n
thorough musio teacher nnd Wonier is
in luck to get his services.
Tho Sunday school is a grand suc
cess nnd with the assistance of Mr. Me
Corklo the choir is complete. Few
churches bavo as good music as Wonier.
Thu Kudcavor meetings every Sunday
evening nre well ntteuded nnd good
interest is shown.
Wonder whnt Dr. Morrison hits com
menced going to school for? Perhaps
he has forgot teu something, It is all
right Doc we must try nod keep up
with the times.
Leo Pounds is ngniu al home hating
closed his creamery at lieniusville for
The turkey rulllo Wednesday was a
howling success A wagon load of tur
ke;s was soon ro filed away nnd still
the shooting wonton. Wouior Is sporty
nnd does not take the back sunt nt any
thing. The weather is line and corn husking
is about linished. Stock is doing well
on tho rye and wheat Holds. Every
body is happy and so is Bkvan.
was a favor
ite with duelists.
Two men were
locked iu a dark
room and crawled
V,w .ff?.ri 'Slow the Coueh and Work, off the Cold
"v uuui suuic luiac i . - ,
1 ) step made one of laxative ifrotuu quinine inmots cuius
them the target
for bullet or
Life is a duel
in the dark with
false step, one mistake,
W4AIMV. W.t t.WO. Olbjl. SUG 1IIDUIJSC,
and the attack comes swift and sudden.
The mistake which commonly opens the
way for nn nttack by disease is neglect
oi tue symptoms ot bioiuncn
a cold in
one day. No euro, no pay
Willi n low moan the exhausted man
sprang forward suddenly past a whito
post and fell on thu ground. For
eighteen hours the man slept on. Then
lm nwnkn nnrl lmltlnir Kin rrrmmrl until t
trouble. '.... , , ... ,. ..
When eating is followed by undue full- I uo,u om M'8S0- " pauscti, arose
ness, belchings, sour or bitter rislnirs. a'11' stretching his hand to the west,
etc., disease ia nttacking the stomach. tleclnrod: "Knnsas farowell for over.
t'ffitf Srffl'GSaS: , l wm n,;v7 r foo,t " T aga,iD' tor
ical Discovery. It cures diseases of the ono wouk l ,mvo bce doKKod across
stomach and other organs of digestion your prnirles, mou have shot at ine,
nnd nutrition, and makes the body t0gs havo chusod me, I have beeu ar-
?"i"ulriu7vS much with my head and r03tetl tW'C 0D 88Plnn of being 4507,
touiach." Mfritcs Mr, w. c. cm, nf wcidon. or some other unrt of the arlthmetio.
i., Ala., "head was so dixzy when I .,, ,iu' , , .. i
nuu iiuunjr n uinn vnilgUI. U1U BUU U1UUO
mo give my rags for this zobra outfit.
Farowell, Kausai. Weary Willio
doosu'tlcnow what state he'll locate in,
but you cun hot your bottom dollar it
will be ono where better enro is taken
to keep convicts chained up." Wichita.
Salesman wanted to sell Anti-Rust
Hoof Paint, Compounds nnd LubrU
eantj. Salary or Commission. Vul
would raise Un in bed would full Hoht K-irlr.
Coutd cat but very little, In fact eenrcely any
thing, there ecmed to Ik-a heavy weight In my
i nuu iu ucicn vcrv
nenrlv rvrrvihlni T
ntc. I wasln a badcouditloil. I took four boU
Moiuach so I could not tenlj 1 had to belch ver
ouen ana voul. vomit tip nearly ever
tie of Dr. l'lcrce' Golden Metrical Discovery
nuu nre ui inn -i-usuruc rrcBcripiion ' anu am
now welt nnd hearty, I feel like a new woman
.imlfjhr Dr. Pierce's medlclue credit for it all.
t had taken medicine from phyiicians without
auy benefit as I could nee."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Send
3i one-cent stamps for the paper covered
wok, or 31 stamps, lor me ciotii-uouuu.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. can Chkmioal Co,, Olevlandf 6.
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