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f VOLUME XXIX. RED CLOUD, NISllltASKA. DEC EM It Ell G. 1901, NUMBER 19
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Where prices swing
along easy lines.
Tho storo Hint gives values is tho one tho public frequent. We
nro wecting these conditions with tho Novembor prices
wlteie you'll like them.
Wo will tnnko December another banner month on
With vnlues thnt cannot but give a splendid forwaid swing to tho
selling, nnd there's rensona in plenty stocks must bo
righted ready for tho incoming furniture stock and
that means special values means induce
ments that you will not ignore
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 eachr
Kitchen chairs 45c each.
Large, roomy comfort rockers at 1.50 to S.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 S.oo. 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.
Peoplo nro busy hauling timber.
Hev. Brir.kcmn came homo from Illi
nois last Tout sdny.
Miss F.ssa Coon, who is attending
school at Ditto Hill, spent Thanksgiv
ing at homo.
Miss Pearl Nelson camo home from
Liwrouco last Friday morning.
Myrtle Nelson spent Thanksgiving at
Mr. George 'Jure of Kansas City,
Kansas visited with his brother and
f tmily the pnst week.
Bert Htower started to school Inst
Mis. Curo visited our. schools last
Miss TrcnaHoso visited tho Walnut
Grove schools Inst Friday.
Wljliu Stroh wont to Bladen last Sun
day to see his ulster.
Two surprlso parties wcro given in
this immodiato neighborhood on Inst
Friday evening. Ono at Mrs. Thad
Arnold's nt which 70 woro present for
Biippcrand n splendid time roported by
nil. Wo also learned Hint a largo crowd
attended tho patty nt Frank Hinmau's
and everybody reported n lino time.
Tho basket supper given by Miss
Gilka Buss nt tho Walnut Giovo school
bouso was a success in every particu
lar. The progrnm was line. A largo
amount of money was raised for tho
library. Such n Inrgo crowd attended
both recitation seats wero tilled and
three in eveiy seat. Still Miss Buss
wished for tho Hoscmont boys to be
present nnd regretted that teams tveto
to scarce thcte.
Albeit Smith came homo Inst Thurs
day to spond a few week's vacation.
Kay Arnold visited with Mr. Hoos
last Sunday and alio with Mr. Amos.
Fred Holt, was called to Red Cloud
and 11 gentleman from Blue Hill took
his place for a few days.
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nro likely (o bo "sod for aiming
coffool If you know, you would bo
which In noyor contsmlnntpd with
nny Intlnffof any sort, cither ww
or kIho jtixt pure, froeh, Btront,-,
The ealttlrackiuminiurM uni
form quality noil f routine".
for tho catpenter work.
Tho road overseer of Dlst. 01 hnd
better look after tho bridge near Mr.
Barlow's on Cedar creek boforo somo
serious accident happens.
Hev E. W. Anderson failed to Ml his
nppointment nt Dist. 8 Sunday on no
count of tho change in the weather.
Walter Noble's and F. D. Hutchison's
young folks wero tho guests of Frank
VanDyko Thanksiiving day. All re
port a good time.
Miss Malvina VanDyko was tho guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parsons last
W. J Ifnskins in iiip nnd mound
ngnin after n long spell of sickness.
Friends received the news that Mr.
Hoeher took the mail ship u. Now York
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ALL, CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
. ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those born deaf nrc incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
H v. Hiinkemn, pastor of the Pros-byu-imu
church has lelurucd from a
biiet vUit to 1111 ois where he has been
visiting his invalid sister.
Geo. Cure, blather of Beit Cure of
Hiioemmit, has returned to his homo at
Tho party nod supper given by Mist
Can io Arnold in honor of her mother
Mrs.Tbnd Arnold, Inst Friday evening,
was a grand success.
Miss Margnret Brinkema went to
Blue Hill last week to get a supply of
"wooden shoes" before cold weather
Our new hardware merchant Snm
Arnold is not well, has a tired feeling
in the morning. People chii barely
recogni.o him, there U such a change,
he is nearly white headed.
Mr. John Coon nnd family have re
moved to Kosemont and are running
n laige hotel. You would bo surprised
to see tho laige crowd going over thero
especially on Sntuiday evenings after
tho "freight train" leaves.
Mr Hoy Nelson, while coining homo
Inst Saturday fiom llliui Hill, fell oil'
tho wagon and broke his "too." K E,
Hins whibi working at a Urn last
ThuiMl.iy nb'uit dnik, anil whilo try
inn to get down his foot slipped nnd ho
fell headlong into a envo lloth gn
tloiiien are recoveiing slowly.
Services ai e hold again this week by
Hev. Huniinelof Blue Hill.
Mrs. Thud Arnold'ssistersfrom Law
renco and Nelson were hero vising
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yearn ngo my right car lei;ati to slug, nnd tliU U-rt on KettliiK rroe, until I loot
III car entirely .... . .....
I underwent n treatment lor cntarrli. lor three months without any wiccem. iohmiieu n nun.
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Anout live yearn ngo my 1
my hearitiK In Oil car entirely
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only an operation could help me, nnd een that only temwrarlly, tnat the head noUe would
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Theijhief will do Your Job Work.
Born to Mr. and Mis. J. ('. Foulz, a
Jos. Hocber has gone on it visit to
Franco and will be gone three or four
Tho lii-st quaiterly of tho WVsloynn
Methodists will be held at Penny creek
district No. 8, 011 J 1111111117 8th.
W. J. Hiiskius Ion a line cow this
week by getting on the alfalfa
Will Campbell is plnstei.ing Labon
Aubmhon't limine this week.
Fred Bond will build a new barn on
bis ranch. J E Fox took the contract
J. C. Foul., N. Peters and others
south of tho tirer are losing their hogs
I. M K iland formerly of Guide Hook
wo are informed, has gone into tho
grocery business at Palmyra, Neb.
Quite a number from heto attended
tho Odd Fellows doings at Superior
F. C. Smith was up from lioatrlco
on business with Colvin & Batons Wed
nesday. H. S. Pioudlit is exooeted down from
Denver about the first of iho year.
A Mr. Hoborts of Heaver City, iSeti
rosku has been stopping here for sev
eral dajs past.
Tho Hodges brothers woro nt Supe
rior Sunday, called there by tho death
of a sister-in-law.
A horse buyct in town Tuesday, a
County Surveyor Frank Kuehn was
in town Monday.
Wm. Hall roturned Saturday from
Dos Moines, where ho has been work-
log at carpentering.
H. K. Morris was over from Jewell
county, Kansas, Saturday.
Lano Collins was over from North
Branch and (. D. Collins who went to
Colorado for his wife's health and after
her death went cast was with him.
I. B. Colvin was at the county soat
on business Monday.
C. P. Norris returned Friday fiom
Norton county, Kansas, where ho has
been visitiug a son and daughter.
Moore's hi ick is nearly done. Who
will be tho next to build a In Ick?
J 1). Anderson of SlillwaU r precinct
got his hand mashed iu n fonder shred
der whilo at work in Guide Hock Mon
Florence. Guy wont north with her
brother Frank to Hev. Blnckwoll's to
attend tho wedding of Mr. Blackwell's
daughter to n man from Air, John
Colvin & Barcus bad a buyer for res
idence property Tuesday from Nuckolls
Land buyers from tho eastern part
of Nebraska and westorn part of Iowa
are silning arounil with Colvin & Bar
cus pretty lively of Into. Let tho good
Wm. Guy nnd others from Guldo
Hock nic courting tnls wook nt KU
Still the protracted meolingcontinues
nt tho M. K. church with a good Interest,
Since the last great battle in tho Phil
ippines thero has not been such n tight
as came oil nt this plaoo last Wednes
day. It seems somo girl wouldn't go
to n party with n Nebraska fellow nnd
another Nebraska fellow was accused
of being tho cause of tho trouble, so
they camo over Io Womor to light it
out on the famous battle grounds. Of
com so tho Womerites are n llttlo sporty
nnd agreed to hold tho spotigo nnd see
fair play. When time was called one
of tho noble Nebraskans said tho other
Nebraskan was a some kind of a lyo,
not Lewis lye, but a d d Iyer, and that
seemed to bo the signal to start those
noble young Nebraskans in ono of tho
bloodiest battles ever fought on the
Womer battlegrounds. A fow scratches1
on the faces of tho two noblo youug
men and the solemn word of enough
brought tho light to a close. Come
again boys tho t jwn is yours.
Miss Grace Zion and Annie Williams
wero homo from Franklin, Nebraska,
schools to spond Thanksgiving.
Aus. Pounds is having his corn Bhred
ded. Tho Fiult boys are doing tho
work. They do a good job and their
charges are reasonable.
Ivl Mathes made n trip to Smith Cen
ter Tuesday. I'M is a busy man these
Wonder what Mr. Whoatloy is at
Womer so much for? John is quite a
favorite with tho girls and don't be
surprised if you hear of John walking
oil with some ono.
Hev. Atmitstead preached nt Womer
Sunday to an appreciative audience on
the subject of Prophesies.
The Sunday Bchool is doing tine.
The hall Is tilled every Sunday.
Tho mill is doing well. There nro
loads of ground feed going from tho
mill every day.
Mrs. Will Watson was away on a
visit to her parents for several days
but is again nt homo.
B. T. Hing is moving his farm build
ings from hia farm 011 the divide to the
ono on the creek. B. T. lias a line
Miss Hetla Womer is visiting at home
this weok. A school friond from
Franklin is at home with Miss itotta.
Kansas is soon to have throj of tho
largest chicken farms in tho world.
oothei Tired Muicletj Removes
8ort nets and Stltfneifc
Don't take tho weak, watery Witch
lUiel preparations, repreaented to b
"the lame a" POND'8 EXTRACT,
which eaaltr tour and reoerally con
tain "wood alcohol," a deadly potion.
Abuse of Malts.
Tho Nebraska State Journal of last
Saturday says: "Lloyd It. Hunter of
Guide Hock, Nebraska, seventeen years
of ago, found himself in serious trouble
this morning before Judge Mttngrr in
the United Stales distiiot court, charg
ed with sending ob-ceiio inailerthrotigh
the malls. Hunter' father Is one of
the wealthiest residents of Guide Hock.
He is said to bo uottli about $100,000.
Forsomu lime Hun'er lias been having
trouble with 0110 of bis neighbors-
Through the iuiluonco of the two quar
reling families tho neighborhood has
boon split into factious. Seveinl days
ago young Hunter found a comic val
entine. Tho iden piesented In the pic
ture pleased him and ho toro off the
original verses nnd ndded somo of his
own. This ho mailed to the ueignbor.
Complaint was madu at oneo to tho
Utiited States attorney. On his plea of
guilty the judge released young Hunter
on his own recognizance anil tho father
and sou roturned homo tills afternoon.'
They aro to bo established at Abilene,
Salina and Emporia by tho Armour
Thero is some alk of organizing a
third regiment of the Nobtnska militia
with a full batallion in Omaha.
Thero aro divers and sundry young
sters in this town which must not bo
called "iipotloss town" by aty moans
who need sending to tho reform school
to havo 1 heir morals renovated .
Stops the Cough and Work off the Cold
Laxative Bromo Quinino Tablets euros
n cold in one day. No cure, no pay
Tho Ciiikk and Chicago Inter Ocean
ono year for $1.25.
Another tourist excursion to Califor
nia. To accommodate the Increasing
travel to California, the Burlington
Hntitn has added to its seivlco another
weekly excursion, in tourist, cars, per
sonally conducted. The Burlington's
through car service to California is iih
follows: Standard sleopors, dally,
Omaha, Lincoln, Hustings and Oxford
to San Francisco, connecting nt latter
city with fast train for Los Angeles.
Tourist sleepors, personnllv conducted,
overy Thursday and Suturday,' Omaha,
Lincoln, Fairmont, Hastings and Hold
rege to San Frnnciico, t-vory Wednes
day and Thursday, Kansas City, St.
Joseph, Wymore, Superior and Oxford
to San Francisco and Los Angeles. All
thoso cars run via Denver and Salt
Lake City, passing the grand panorama
of tho Kockles by daylight. If you're
going to California, you will bo Inter
ested in our new 40-pngo folder, "Cal
ifornia Tours, 100l-'02." It Is free. J.
Fkanois, General Passenger' Agent,
Used by the ladies of fashion all ovor
tho world. It's without doubt tho
greatest beiuitllior evor offered Ameri
can women. .Tie. Mado only by Mad
ison .ttiiliclno Co, 0. L. Cutting.
D scard that light Milliliter robe ai.d
get one of Butleis Fall and Winter
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Our large and varied
CHRISTMAS - STOCK
was bought for cash which brings the
obtainable, and we are selling on that basis. We have
all the most popular copyright books over 150 of them
that we can sell you as cheap as you can send away and
get them. We cannot enumerate the many articles in
stock. We invite you to come in and look us, over.
CHAS. L. COTTING,
THE DRUGGIST. Red Cloud. Nehr.
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