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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1901)
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That's the question? Come in and let us help
you decide. Our stock is full of new and up
to date goods. You want a few suggestions.
Here arc some, we have more.
too much nilvurwnro for Ihu table, nono but want more. One of our
beautiful Sterling Silver Souvenir tun spoons, tliimblus, etc., etc , silver
cream Induls, gravy ladelx, berry spoons, etc , ect.
if T'-.t.Uirf A watch chain,
rill' PrtlllKl' klnil, u-iui anu
1 1 fountain
maili), a good useful unit
ulnar cases, etc , etc.
rv t)MALUnM All that you cim rivo fatbet'
rOl' dPOiDRT'. openers, ebony military hnisit,,
Ul M1WI.UU1. ..red vontliii.tilu In linltiittoii of
oud that after a time turn white. Ami don't forget the I
For Sister of Best Girl. -saassaKrass
i and silver, silver mounted
nclssirs, bonnet brushes, shoo horns,
see tiicin. ivmiiiKj irom ouo up.
Our prices arc plain figures and are always as low as
the lowest, euality considered. But come in and we
can surely please you. Yours,
Jewelers and Opticians. Red Cloud, Nebr.
. THtCotxr ! per year.
Storp repair.) nt WW. Wright's.
The Chief anJ Life of McKlnky $1 JO.
For anything in the hardware line go
Or. Bobinson of Guide Rock was up
the first of the week.
Tho finest line of stoves in the valley
can bo found at Wright's.
Keep in mind that among our city's
needs is a commercial club.
Geo. W. Lindsoy returned the firtt
of the week from a business trip cast.
Now is the timo to get llobes and
Blankets. You can find all styles and
prices at Butlers.
George McCall nnd wife of Guiio
Uock visited with James Peterson and
family this week.
C. W. Kaley left Monday for Omaha
where he will attend a meeting of the
Masonic Grand Chapter.
is a fore-runner of f
what we.' may ex-
pect after while.
Don't get caught
without one of our
You can't afford to freeze g
for the price we are
selling them. They are fr
beautiss and the quality fr
is the best.
"The quality is remem- f.
bered long after the
price is forgotten," but
vuality and low prices
make a great
combination hard to
boat. We are in it
and can interest vou.
The line is still complete ft
but don t delay long.
Get the first selection.
We save you money.
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SoHclnclnH, Rold mid gold tilled tit from 32 60 to
$5.00 or 810.00 We Iihvo somo cheaper ones also.
Silver tublowiUT, no ware, no woman can have
charm, scurf pin, cutT buttons,
jjfim niieu, n niiverinulrli box
wo have the bet fountain pens
present for anyone, old or youn,
Nail Men, letter
ebony, not col-
thn leal lMiiiils
And don't forget the fountain yens.
watencs, chains, etc.
Comu in and
, MORE OR LESS PERSONAL,
Roasters for 60u at The Fair.
The Chief uJ Life of McKiaky $tJ.
Corn, bard andsoftcoalatCaldwolls.
Coal. oil, 15 cents a gallon at W. B.
Tuk Chibf and the Toledo Blade
ono year for $1.25.
Oar of corn and oats chop feed.
100 lbs. 1.80, at W. B. Roby's.
Jos. McClollacd has purchased tho
James Brooniiicld farm north of Inn
Have you seon tho up to'dnto Blank
ets and Robes. Butlers is the plnco to
Ben Ludlow and wifo visited with
Geo. Wilson and family tho first of the
weckjst Guide Rock.
Pasteur's "Rlacklegine" for the. pre
vention of black-let: in cattle for salo
by Cotting the Druggist.
Mis Bonnio Emigh left Sunday
morning for a several weeks visit with
friends at Aurora, Illinois.
When you want nails, screws, bolts,
barb wire or pnythlng else in tho hard
ware lino call on W. W. Wright.
Tho Life of Win. McKinley, by Murat
Halstcad, and The Ciiiev ono year for
11.60, tho price of the book alone.
John Wright who has been stopping
at Moborly.'Missouri, for several weeks
past has again returned to the city.
Farm loans at S per cent interest on
good improved land. C. F. Cathor,
office over Cotting's drug store, Red
Robesl Robes 1 1 Robes! I! For the
next sixty days you can buy Blankets
and Robrs at a sacrifice prioe at J. O.
Butlers harness shop.
The annual Christmas openlngof lis.
dell's Cash Bargain house occurred last
Tuesday. The store bad been very
tastily decorated for tho occasion and
drew a largo crowd.
Mrs. Amelia Swan of Beatrice will
give an elocutionary entertainment, at
the Masonic hall on Tuesday, Decem
ber 17, under the auspicesbf tho Degree
o! Honor. Admission 10j and 20a.
Mrs Ernest Welsch and Mrs. John
Tomltadon entertained tho ladies of
the. Christian church at the home of
.bo former on last Friday afternoon.
Light refreshments were served.
E. S. Garber, the newly elected
county clerk has moved his household
goods and brought his family from
Guide Rook and will make his rest
doncn here. He is occupying tho Sher
wood property on north Seward street.
Oii Wednesday evening occurred tho
marriage of Miss Ethel Hal field of this
city and Mr. Ross Pile of Falls City,
this state, at the home of the bride's
parents, "Mr. nnd Mrs.T. W. Hatllnld.
The bruin bus resided here sinco child
hood and is an estimable young liidy.
The newly married couple left the next
m nning for their futurn home at Falls
City with the best wishes of a host of
MUs Lillian B. Keflernf Virginia" and
Mr. Clair B Williams of this county,
wore marrfed at 4 o'clock on Thursday
evunlntf. December uth. nttne residence
if J. H. Wlspcarver inCathorton town-
i ip, Mist Carrie Marker ncted as
lilhleMiiaid ninl Mr. Fred Lambert as
groom-Moan Rev, Hamilton of Red,
Cloud I'flicmtwl After the ceremony
lie guests were inviied to partake of
a IpounifiMH vt-diliug supper prcpurad
by Mrs. Wi-waiver. Tnu joung peo.
pie at once In van keeping house on tho
vroom's farm in Gatherum township,
For sale bills call at this olllce.
The Chief and Life of McKlnlty $1 50.
If you want seed corn see W. B.
Kentucky Lump coal at Roby's at
$0 CO per ton.
Tho Chief and Chicago Inter Ocean
ouo year for 81.2.1.
Alfred Hadoll made n purchasing
trip to Omaha this week, -
Isaao Shcphordson was here from
Rivurtou Wednesday on business.
Charley Fort 'returned Thursday of
this wuuK from a trip up the valley.
1) M-arit that light summer robe and
get one of llutlers Fall nnd Winter
Mrri. Stanur of McCook was in tin
city tills week visiting .vith Charley
Hull and wife.
John l'lillcys was attending a meet
ing of the Masonic Grand Chapter at
Omaha this week.
John Galbraith while hauling fodder
Wednesday felt from the loud and' was
quite borlously hurt.
Will Glover of Hastings lias accepted
a pasltton os porter in Burkley &
Scbaflnlt's tonsorial parlors.
Goo. Hadoll and wife who have been
conducting cloak sales in tho west for
the past month have returned homo,
Commence to enjoy the holidays by
attending the entertainment- at the
Congregational church Friday even
ing, Dcmber,20th. v (
FtajUr A good new seven room
bouse, aero and one-third of ground,
stable, good cellar and water and other
conveniences. Inquire at this offioe.
Word was brought town last Sunday
evening that Mel Myers, living south
east of hero in Kansas, had suicided by
shooting. The report was later con.
U. G. Knight of Itiavalo was in tho
city thn last of tho woek. Ho has re
cently recovered from u long spoil of
sickness nnd his friends are pleased to
sco him around again.
German - Insurance - Co.
-OF FREEPORT; I Lb.
: Tho largest old line company in the;
'Farmers Mutual Ids Co.
Of Nebraska, of Lincoln.
Largest mutual in tho stato with,
over 300 policies in Webster
'O. C. Teel, AgtJ
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Omaha says the most enthusiastic
ally received feature of the evening
was presented by Mr. Newens. Mr.
Neweni read selections which brought
down tho house and his auditors in
sisted on hearing more and more until
he was compelled by sheer exhaustion
John Tomlinson had at this oflico for
our inspection a walrus tusk which
he brought home from Capo Nome. It
is tweuty-two inches Ions and has a
scene of a mountain and surrounding
o untry which was worked in the ivory
by an Esquimaux. He also has the
skin of a hair seal which was brought
ii om Siberia to Nome. Out of this he
will bavo a robe made,
Charley Kaley returned tho latter
part of last week from a several week's
sojourn in Missouri. While stoDDine
atthenotol Clifton at Kansas City in
tho early part of the week, fire br ke
out in a room next to the ouo in which
he was sloepiug and in riiakine his
escape through the flames ho had the
hair on his bead singed off.
Grace Episcopal servico Sunday,
December lClh. Third Sundav in Ad
vent. Morning prayer litany and ser-
m hi 10:80 it.ni, Evening praver and
Bormon 7:30 p.m. Sunday school 13 m.
Tuursdny evening, Decembor 10, lit.
Rev. Anson 11. Graves D, D. Bishop of
the Dioceso of Laramie will make his
annual visitation. Servico will begin
at 7:80. The Dllhlio in nnnlill U.
Madison Finch who has for a nuiu
bor of years been the genial and oblig
ing assistant cashier of tho state bank
departed with his wifo for Fort Mor
gan, Colorado, where tnoy will vUlt
for n while and then go to Chuyoiine,
Wyoming, .7horu ho will tako.up u iv.
idunce. In bis depurimooiir city loses
a g'Mi.i ciiizou and ns councilman a
good city .Ulcer. Hi- late iiiii.ii In
'ban", is ltdnc aby tilled bv Will
Audhn returned mmiio weeks ago
f,' m Lincoln,
HmSTAU TO THBINJimEtA
For Burns, 8pralns, Wounds, Brui
ses or Any Sort of Pain,
Usod Intornally and Extornally.
CAUTION ! Avoid tho weak, wueiy
Witch llnzcl preparation, rcnrcsonteil
to bo "tho unma ns" POND'S KX
TRACT, which cAAlly sour nnd ottcn
contain " wood alcohol," nn Irrltnnt ex
ternally and, taken internally, n poison
GENl'MAI CITY NIIWS.
I'M Fen n wlii i eiiguiteil in helping
elect, a wind ml 1 alutiit nine miles
north o.t of tbUcii ln-t Tuesday, bad
misfortune m uet hU Hand caught in
tho gearing with a result of gelling hV
thumb nnd a poi tion of his lirst two
lingers so badly ci inlied that amputa
tion was necessary.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postofllro at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ending Docombor
Mrs. Etta Bagwell, M. R. Gray, 3
Mrs. C. A. Jackson, Wrilo Roberts,
J. A. Skelton, Ethel Skeltqn,
These letters will bo sent to tbp dead
letter office December 20, if not cal I
d f or before. .When calling forjiboye
please say "aiivoriisea."-! . u. haw
, Poetmatter. " '
"The Workman lodge of this cttylield
a very enthusiastic meeting last Tues
day evening at which forty-three new
member wero added to their ranks,
They also elected tho following officers
for the ensuing term:
M. W.-Wm. Wolfe
Foreman J. S. Einlgh,
Overseer O. D. Hedge.
Rocordor O. B. Crone.
Finnncior Paul Storey,
Receiver (Jim?. Reigle.
I.. W. Richard Runclmy.
6. G. Guy Day.
Trustee J. A. McArtliuiv
Madical board Die. D.iniorcll, Beck
Tho second number of tho course of
entertainments under the management
of tho high school will bo given by
Adrian Newens, monologlst and inter
preter, on Friday evening, December
20th, at tho Congregational church.
Mr. Newens Ih one of tho most popular
men on tho entertainment platform
CVowdcd houses bavo greeted him
whorovor ho hnu appeared the second
time. Among the subjtuts that have
made him so well known ntfl "A SingU
lar'Life" by Elizabeth Stewart Phelps,
"Tho Sky Pilot" by Ralph Connor, und
"Barrack Room Ballads" by, Kipling.
Mt. Nowqiis appears on the Audlto
ritjnu con so of Lincoln which indi
catca something. of his rank as an en
tertainer. Holiiors of season tickets
m.aj.resorvo soats at Grice's drug atoro
after 10 a.m. Saturday, December 14th.
TMjreit'of the seats will be put on
sail Monday, December 10 at 4 p.m
This cass of entertainments has been
arranged for by the school believing
tha the people of our town would ap
preciate high class programs and
would give them their support.
Rbd Cloud, Duo. 4 1001.
The OniEK Ah two of my neighbors
have boen taken in by a lightning rod
swinute, i wine tins to warn the farm
era to look out for them.
The Dinner Pail
Of the American working man is gen
erally well filled. In some cases it Is
too well filled. It contains too many
kinds of food, and very often the food is
of the wrong kind hard to digest and
containing nine nutri
tion. As a conse
quence many a work
ing man develops some
form of stomach
trouble which inter
feres with his health
and reduces his work
is indigestion or
any other indi
cation of dis
ease of the stom
ach and its
allied organs of
digestion and nu
trition, the use of
Dr. Pierce's Golden
will almost invari
ably produce a per
fect and perman
Mr. Thomas A.
Swirti, of Sub Station
C, Columbus, O., nor
lot, write: "I was
taken with severe
headache, then cramps
in inc iiomacn, auu
my food would not digest, then kidney and
liver trouble and ray back got weak so I could
scarcely set around. At lat I had all the com
plaints af once, the more I doctored the worse I
Sot until sis yean pasted. I had become so
poorly I could only walk in the house by the
aid or a chair, and I got so thin I had xiirn up
to die, thinking that I could not be cured. Then
one of my neighbors said, 'Take myndWteand
take Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Dljcovery and
make n new man out of yourself.' The first
bottle helped me so t thouKht I would get
another, and alter I had taken eight bottles in
about six weeks, I was weighed, and found I
had gained twenty-seven (it) pounds. I am as
stout and healthy to-day, I think, as I ever was,"
Pkku. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, paper covers, is sent free
on receipt of ai one-cent stamps' to pay
expense of mailing only. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Duffalo, N.Y.
IN TWO CHAPTERS.
Chapter I. .
ONCE upon a time a poor
f A.J Jj
it a re-enforced mending, the fifth week she
mended it again, the sixth week she threw it
THAT Boy's Suit
from our store.
Always buy your Boys' and
Children's Snits from us. They al
ways give satisfaction. )
GomdeivKaley - Glothing - Go.
THE STORE THAT
wphh ftnimttT k u.in,F ;nittii
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 theni. , We cannot enumerate the many articles in
stock. We invite you to come in and look us over.
CHAS. L. COTTING,
THE DRUGGIST. Ued Cloud, Nebr.
On a New Footing.
What still remains of our Summer Shoes (and there
are not many) you may have at your own price. We
are now in the field with nearly complete lines of
new fall shoes. This is going to be our "Banner
Season" if shoe wearers will buy where they can
secure the best shoe values for the least money.
is and always has been our hobby. We put more
genuine service for the monev into our school shop
than into any class of shoes we sell that's why we .
oiiuv. nuwui. nuii ui ix-u wiuuu a jUVCilllC population.
HENRY DEIDERICH, The Shoe Man.
TRADERS IvXJAdCBER Co.
toutilcliri.fi? rri ate rial JBJto.
woman bought a lioy's suit guaran
teed to wear but the man who sold
it didn't say how long. She paid
&I.50. for this suit. Well, it looked
nice enough when she bought it.
The first week every button came
off, the second week the suit turned
color, the third week the seams
loosened, the fourth week she gave
never came ,
AntAKb.ktb'iv &2!h lWB
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