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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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Think, and rend, and talk, ntul
look, and listen, mid Inquire; but
you will find no gift Unit no near
ly suits tlio tastes of nil ages ns
does tlio watch.
Useful, orntimcntal nnd nppro
priato the thrcu requisites that
make the perfect gift.
Accuracy in n wntch is essen
tial, but nccuracy is not nlwnys
measured by expense.
Wo can sell you an accurnto
wntch for little money.
Our lonfc oxporienco in select
ing nnd handling wntches en
ables us to do this.
New house Bros.
Jewelers and Opticians.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
The Chirk Siperycar.
Stove ropairs at V. V. Wright's
' Toru McCarl of McCook was
Rev. X'Uidcrs was in Guide Rock
For anything in tlio hardware line go
Geo. Overing returned from a trip to
The finest lino of stoves in tlio valley
can bo found at Wright's.
Good girl wanted at the Ron Ton
restaurant. W. S. Bknsb.
Chhtloy Winfrey was looking after
business matters at Superior Tuesday.
Omar Doling of Holdrego was visit
ing with friends hero the first of the
Now is the timo to get Robes and
Hlankets. You can find all styles and
prices at Butlers.
RoiMeis foi r0i? at The Fnlr
The Chltl and Life of McKlnley $1.50.
Coal 'il, lfi cents a gallon at W. H.
Tin; Chikk nnd the Toledo Hindu
one year for $1 S5.
O. C. Tool and W. W. Wntd weie in
Guide Rock Tuesday.
W. L. Ilainos a former cltizon of Red
Cloud was hole this week
S. F, Spokcslield has moved to tlio
old Potter bull.liig on Webster street.
Doputy Sheriff Uurdick was looking
nfter matters at Guldo Rock Tuesday.
Mrs J. A. Uaum left Thursday for
Fail field where her husband is now lo
cated. Miss Simmons loft Tuesday morning
for Illinois where Bhe will visit with her
Havo you seen tho up tojdnto Blank
ets nnd Robes. Butlers Is the place to
W. U. R'jby made a trip to Uaigler
this week to look after his farm prop
Car of corn end oata chop feed.
100 lbs 8125; in GOO pound lots 81.20.
-W. B. Rottr.
Pasteur's "Blncklcgino" for tho pre
vention of black-leg in cattle for sale
by Cutting the Druggist.
Perco Ludlow who is working in tho
Bostwick hotel at Hastings is here this
week visiting with Lis parents.
When you wnnt nnils, screws, bolts,
bnrb wire or piiythlng else in tho hard
waio lino cnll on W. W. Wright.
Tho Life of Wm. McKlnley, by Murnt
Halstead, and Thk Chirk ono year for
$1.60, tho price of tho book alono.
We want to talk to you
about saws. Hand Saws.
Cross Cut Saws, Buck
Saws, Meat Saws, Ice
AVe have a line that
will please the most ex
acting and the complete
ness of our line is a big
item. We have almost
every kind that cad be
desired by anyone. Qual
ity is our hobby. The
best is none too good for
our customers and we al
ways have it. Prices are
bottom, in fact lower than
ever before. In this class
of goods we can save you
money. Our. axes are
here and a finer line has
never "appeared in town
before. Come in. Look
them over. It is to your
interest as well as ours.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wotborald of
Hebron are hero visiting wi'.h S. F.
Spokesfield and family this week.
Mrs. Claience Stino of Superior who
has been visiting with F. W. Cowden
nnd wife returned homo Mondny mom
Ing. Cliarlev Busehow, wifo and daughter
of Colby, Kansas, wero hero visiting
friends Wedncsdny whilo onrouto to
Farm loans nt 5 per cent interest on
cood improved land. C. F. Gather,
ottloo over Cotting's drug store, Red
Miss Mabel Saunders left this week
for Albert Lea, Minnesota, where she
will spend tho winter with relatives
Conductor V. H. Solliday and wife
of McCook arrived hero Wednesday
and are visiting with relatives and nu
Clara Abel left Tuesday morning to
make a visit at Sterling, this state with
Miss Blanche Darby, formerly a resi
identof this city.
Miss Sadie Leo who has been here
holding a position in the telephone
central office returned to her home at
G. R. Chaney left Thursday for Lin
coln where he will take baths at the
sanitarium in hopes that his health
may bo benefitted.
W. F. Connor of Dallas, Texas, stop
pnl off hern on his way homo from a
trip to California to visit with his His
ter Mrs, L. II. Rust
Robes! Itibcsl! Robes!!! For the
next sixty days you can buy Blankets
and Robes at a saerilleo price nt J. O.
ButleiK hm iio-s slinp.
A!. C.ilushn, wifo and cuildioii left
Monday for Grand Island where they
will visit with Mrs. Galmha's mother
and sistor, Mrs. Patti Jackson nnd Mrs.
For sale bills call at llii ollioo.
The Chief and Life of McKlnley $1 50
Winter mittens can bo bad at The
If you want seed corn see W. H.
Oro hundred hand lnmps al25d each
at Tho Fair
Tho Chikk nnd Chlcngo Inter Oconn
ono year for $1.25.
Geo. Morhartand wife spent Thanks
giving in Guido Rock.
Charllo Whito left Thursday to visit
with friends at Hastings.
J.O. Caldwell shipped four tons of
tnrkeys to Douvor this week.
Discard that light summer robo and
got ono of Butlers Fall and Winter
r. O. Hacker spent soveral days this
week visiting with friends and relatives
in tho eastern part of the state.
T. W. Harrington aud family left
Wednesday morning for Burcbard, this
slato whero they will make their futuro
Tho numerous turkoy shoots that nro
being hnd Intoly ought to keep somo
people well supplied with that kind of
Mrs. L. M. Holden who has been vis
iting with friends hoie loft Monday
morning for a vl,sit at Minneapolis,
A thousand things by it nro done far
better than most things do one. Wo
refer to Rocky Mountain Tea made by
Madison Medicine Co. 35c C. L. Cot-ting.
Foit Rent A good now seven room
house, ncro nnd onc-third of ground,
stnb'.e, good collar and water and other
conveniences. InquiiH tit this olllco.
Don't tluow away your old Rowing
machine.. A few dollars will make it
all light at the hewing machine hos
pitnl. Orgstis lepaiied also. Caki. M.
'German -Insurance -Co.
OF FREItt'ORT, ILL.
Tho largest old lino company iu the
GENERAl CITY NEWS.
The Chief and Life of McKlnley $1.50.
Thoio will be a toaehuis association
of tin; Nmhcastoru distiiet of Smith
county, Knns., at Woiner, Doc. II, UtOI,
at '2 o'clock. O. II. FitA.tKit, chairman.
Mr. Frank Vavricka and MUs Km ma
Barta wero united in ucirriugo last
Tuesday by County Judge Kdson. Aft
er the ceremony had been perfoi mod
the couple nnd a large uumbor of their
friends repaired to tho Jas. Mcintosh
farm seven miles northwest of town
where an elaborate wedding feasi had
boon prepared for tho occasion. About
ono hundred and fifty of the now
couple's friends participated iu tho
festivities which wero continued until
tho weesma1 hours, Tiik Chikk, along
wltn their other numerous fiiuiids,
takes pleasure in extending congratula
tions nud best wishes.
An event which passed off most
pleasantly mid one in which tho citi
zens of our city showed their inteiest
was tne opeuiug of tho ni.w Hotel
Royal on last Sauuday night The
hotel was 'lighted brilliantly thiough
out nud thrown open for the Inspection
of the public nnd a Inrgo uumbor of
our citizens wero thero to show their
appreciation of tho fact that wo have
at last got a brick hotel propel ty with
furnishings and tixtuies iqual to any
thing in tho valley. ClToo, ice cream
and light refreshments wero served
during the evening. As announced for
Sunday, an ojegant dinner was set veil
and agaiu our poople turned out in
ploutiful numbers to help the now en
terprise to begin its career on the toad
to success. Due nundrul aud twent
guests wero served.
Tho Ladies Aid society of the M E
church met last Friday afternoon at
tho lesidenco of Mrs. Hosuier, a laigu
msjotity of thomembeis being pieseut.
As they havo a now president, a now
depaituro iu tho opening cxoicbcs was
mnde, which was Interesting. As theie
was n,i pressing work on hand, n liter
aiy program had been piepared
every number of which was received
with gieal applause. Mr). Hosmer al
so furpiiscd them with a lunch which
consisted of delicious cake, cofTeo and
icocieam. This was greatly appreci
ated and a vote of thanks wnsteudeied
tho hostess. A vote of thanks was also
given to those who assisted in the liter
ary entertniument. I must not omit
tho talk given us by Brother Hamilton.
It wns complimentary and encourag
ing, thertforo well received. Tho so
ciety adjourned to meet in two weeks
nt the residence of Mrs. Dow. A Mkm
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A kind providence and a generous public hove
showered upon us during the past year blessings
for which wc are truly thankful. It is meet and
right that the day should be devoted to thoughts
which are in harmony with the occasion, and in
accordance with this spirit our store will be closed
on Thanksgiving Day. May our patrons find
much happiness in the pursuits of their pleasures
on this our National Day. So here's to you for
a good '1 hanksgiving Dinner and a jolly reunion
around the family table.
Farmers Mutual Ins Co.
Of Nobraska, of Lincoln.
Largest mutual in tho state with.
over 300 policies in Webster
O. C. Teel, Agt.,i
Red Cloud, Nebraska..
Gomclen-aley - Glothing
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
Makes assimilation perfect, healthy
blood, muscles firm, strong nerves.
Quickens tho brnin, makes and keo, 8
you well. Great medicine, itocky
Mountain Tea. 35c.
Mrs. M. M. Stern entortained at a
Kensington on Monday afternoon a
number of ladies in honor of her birth
day. Covers wero laid for fifteen and
tho usual pleasant timo was bad.
International Live Stock Exposition,
Chicago, Ills., Nov. 30, to Dec. 7. For
this occasion tickets will be sold Deo.
1st, 2d, and 3d, limited for roturn Dec.
8th, nt one faro plus $2 for tho round
trip. A. Conoyeii, Agent.
On Thanksgiving day Ex-Got. nnd
Mrs. Gather entertained a few friends
at dinner nt the Hotel Royal in their
usual charming way. Tho party in
cluded their grandchild Tottio tiarber,
Rev. aud Mrs. X-mders and daughter
Irene and Mr. nud Mrs. Stern.
In answer to the nrticlo iu tho Chief
last week by tho young peoplo thai
think they had a pleabaut evening at
my house Nov. 10, and wishing that I
would mvo them auoihcrehanee, 1 will
say thai they nro ho.utily welcome.
The only dtnwliaek is 1 can not take
part in tho dance, hut I liKo to see
young people enjoying ihuinsolvee. J.
W. Wai.lin .
Grace Episcopal service Sunday Dec
1, first Sunday In Advent. Morning
prayer, holy communion and aermon
10:80 a.m. Evening prayor and ser
mon 7:30 p.m. Sunday school 12m.
Tho public is cordially invited.
W. N. Richaidson is this week hav
ing a system of hot water heating put
into his residence on south Webster
stiei't, by Wm. r.iiker. When com
pleted it will be the bust aud most com
plete system of this kind in tho city.
Twenty dolhus and forty-live cents
Chicago and return via Burlington
Route, December 1, 2 and 3. Return
limit December 8 Ask nearest agent,
Burlington Route, for details. J.
Fuacis, General Passongor Agent,
Will Aula roturnod Sunday night
from Lincoln whore he lias been hold
ing a posili n in the City National
bank and will take the place of M.
Finch in the Stato bank here, that gen
tlemen intending to remove from the
Don't wait until the last week before
Christmas to let the public know that
you havo useful gifts for tho holiday
trade. Plant your publicity eat ly aud
you will havo Christmas buyers from
now on. And for goodness sake don't
writo tho name mas with an X in front.
Fon Sale Residcnco nnd house-hold
goods, I offer for salo my resldonco on
Seward street, opposite Baptist church
and all heavy furniture, ISO books in
eluding an Inter Naticual eneyclopedio,
a llrst-class live hole kitchen range, etc.
Cheap for cash if taken within next- 10
days M. Finch.
Is at Hand
READ EVERY WORD OF THIS'
ADV. and THEN ACT:
The Weekly Inter Oeetn
Will distribute absolutely lVco among iln subscribers,
old and new, just before Christ nuts,
Gifts include 5 pianos,
players, 5 cooUing ranges, 4
Those who want a mess of prairie
chickens while the season for killing
them Is yet open will have o hurry as
Satin day is the last dav under the law
thai they can bo hunted, Tho deputy
gaitiu waideus ato keeping a Mi Id
wntch for infractions of the law aud
any ono caught shooting chickens will
be assessed a good strong flue.
10 organs, 10 sewing machines, 5 Apoll self piano
Dockash Heaters, 10 graphophones complete, over
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inn mimical instruments, seal coat, uiuytit:, una, nm- innww-i, w.....rfc,, -..v....
oil paintings, 10 gold watches, portraits, razors, cameras, and hundreds of other
Send a postal card for complete list of gifts and all conditions governing Ute
Great distribution. Kememuer, tne cost is aosuuuciy numiug iu uui .mu new sub
scribers of The Weekly Inter Ocean.
Opportunity knocks once on every door. It is knockindnow at yours.
i The Chief and the Weekly Inter Ocean one year for
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Chief, Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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