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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1902)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, XOVEMIIKU 7, 1902.
Cluiructor ami beautv aro at
tributes that aio hard to find,
hut they inako lunlly do oil
- t u mil u r
Too mui'li, nowaday-, depends upon elaboiatcness to conceal tho
making The ritrtiituio wo sell is solidly made, after the good,
old stylo way
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C O iM F O R T ABLE, HANDSOME, LON G - W l A R I N G ,
the A C M l of Furniture values.
We have just unloaded a very large car of goods bought direct from the
factories no middleman profits to pav.
A S A V I N G O F TV F N T Y P M R C K N V .
A new line of combination Hook-cases, quarter-sawed oak . . .$12.50 to $25 00 each
Cane seat, Solid Oak Diners S5 to 2.50 each
Large oak comfort Roclers, cane seat 2 50
Sewing Rockers 1 .00 up
A special value in a 10-foot solid oak, polished top extension
tables ' 1 0.00
See our special value Bed-room Suites at . . . . i3.5oand 25.00
Guaranteed Couches, $0 00 to $25.00. We sell the original guaranteed Couch.
.s o ir . 0 o m ): x 7 11 1: .s : c o x d r l o o it .
It is time for you to bo looking out for winter's waun appatel
Our lino of Undoi wear Union Suits and separate pieces is ,1..
signed to mwt eeiy roipiiionient
Ladies' Union Suits, lleoced,... ?1 00 to c'J CO per suit Cliliditii and Mioses' Union Suits.... I .15 to 1 (X)
SPECIAL SllOU'lXd IX HEAVY COTTON ' L E E V E l d A 11 M V. X T S
Ladies' eti a lieay cotton lleeco 8 .."() Ladies' light-weight $ .'J."
Men's estia heay lleece f0 Children's e.t:a heavy lleeco, l.V with uiUeoofnu
Hoys' lleeco lined' Undo! wear ."0, 10, ."0
LOOKS li I U II V Von will llnd that our Hosieiy not only looks
light, but it Fits llujlil, and lllw.s lliylit, because it is .1mo liiijht
1 case of XX 100 doen Child! en's Hose l'JKe
Fleece-lined Hoso 1-J1
1 cabo Ladies' Hose, a leader I.'k!
(lo oil H' c n I h c r and do oil Price i for floods, for Winter Wtiir.
ST .")0. Ameiican Mills Kersey, strap seams inlaid with velvet, peail buttons
guaranteed atin lining, like cut; a good value for $1) 00; our price .... 97. SO
$."00. American Mills Ker-oy, composition buttons, full Mitiu lined, storm
collar, lieo cut; a Coat sold elsowhoroat i00 to $7.00 95.00
S7."0. Ameiican Mills Keisoy, pearl buttons, guaianteed satin lining; our
loader 97. OO
Other values at 810.00, $11 SO, 81300 and Ho 00
$10 00. American Mills Kersey, pleated back, velvet
collar, full satin lined; stylo liko cut; price $10.00
C'.ood values at 12 T)0, t!5 00, $17 M and Wl CO
The Sewing Ma hlne is tho best thing for (lie homo
it enables tho woman to do her own paitirular sew
ing and to eaio for her other wm It also.
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the work easy.
A ton days special,
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rinacr A good place to seo Carpots Plonty of daylight in our Carpot room and you can
cirpClot soo how it looks . Pldnty of room to display Carpets; you got tho effect of tho
" whole ploco instead of a f mi 11 sample.
Strictly all wool supers 50o I O. W. supers l.ro
Union Ingrain 30o Sultana cottage, a special 120o
Axmiulstors 8.r), 81.00,81 10.
-v , fZrkrkric? Plenty of Variety, 11 canty and Economy. Wo huvo
f fcSS J(JUM& a few patterns loft in our special salo "tiering of 17o all-wool suitings
Those goods can not bo matched elsowhoro at COo to 70o.
Vouetian Cloths, 17o
Special soiling of our .'Wo and 10c lino of fancy weaves and plain colors at lilo and 27o Sponyiny Free.
Some oM'optlonal values in Flannelottos, for waists, kimono 11 ml wrappor, at 80, 10c, 12o, loo.
- - IV . - . .4 4- In a fow day.s wo unload another cai load of oxtra fancy
jrOCerV UeuSLrimeni, HollandSeodCabd..go Willbosuitablo for stoiago.
Wo aio soiling agents for Winslow, Rand and Watson's
" - - Coffees nou" e(jual it.
Fresh (linger Snaps 7Jo Bulk Coireo tie
il packogos F01 co -' 1 ' White Russian boai) a.o
r lb puckugo Oatmeal '2.) o 1 10 package Washing Powder i.jo
!W ounces liaking l'owdor " 0 8bais Diamond C Soap.... '2.o
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THE MAHARA MINSTRELS.
A Large Audience Was Given a Splendid
Minstrel Performance at Sioux
Falls, South Dakota. 1
One of the big novelties in mlustiel
sy is I't'itninly MnhaiaN eoloied
tuiustit'lo. I'liis eompunj h.is Uited
bloll FalN on snvei.ll ori'.isiiiiH, but 1
the nevn g'tve Mlth geneiill stti-f.ie 1
lion :ts hfl iM'tiing A fi'.utiio of the
first put n tln litnd'e'iui lv ili"s.i-i
huh voi-nl st- wlo -Mid 111 1 1 1 ri 1 1 1 .
the lllgillg liul appi'Mflliee IM gi-iK I !
Il einil"! lie iIi-iiimI llial lie iingini'
fl 'lltlll'S llf tllM e fill IIIMIU'I'I v PI mi
p tit-f IV-ialil Willi the Via lietl 111111
stn I ei ui) iiiic-4 of tlin eou.it' . Ih
M dial 1 l!i 1 Mm is li iVi tlu,i ileiw 11 11
tlpiisMiill to hive li li' ililgfi s 11 11
tliiei eoiiipiuij even if t li v weio imt
as htintig in Mlliei depaitiiK nis l'lus
.si'i--iili ltowi, lliej Iliac the lint
singeM and star peifoiinei -. in otliei
linos eoiiiliiin il. Mining'1! Malini.i in
foinutl the wuttr th.it his lundum
tuWjeat hud bun better than ever be
fti it nnd lie at 1 1 United HiNto the s! 1 mi g
snigiig'ii.jiliiii'ition wliieli he was put-
ting befoie the ptioVie. Tint eouipanj
wiHgieeleil by a full li'tuse Insj even
ing and the laige amlienee was 1uglil
(!ensitd as was evid'tneiil by lint gt n
ei on-, applause which was distiibiited
thioiiglmtr. the evening Sioux Falls
Aigus-Leailer, Septeinbur 17
$5.00 for One Silver Dollar
$2. SO for a Silver Half Dollar
ipf.OQ for a Sih'er Quarter Dollar
Dating the past weeks we hao gieu oul. In change. One sihcr Doll ir,
One Mher Mnlf Dol ar, One Silver ()n ulir Dollar, with tlieh-Hns
"X Mios " slampi'd upon them We will give tho above minis forlln-i
ictiiin to us l.uok Mii tiuuii j rt, 3011 limy bo the lucl, luildt 1 t
one el tlu'iii :
We will gho a Twenty Doll. 11 Witdi lolho
person who can guess tho lu-uiesl iiu't
tinio tho I'.ight Dny 1 lock, now setting in
our whwlow, will run on one winding One
guess with eeiy l 00 spent with us dining
November . : : : . ;
lieineber. that wo me now showing one of
tlio tinest and most complete liuesof eei
tiling in a llist-cl issjewelty establishment
Tlio pi ettlest lino of Siherwato ever dis
played in the city l'i ices iightoery time
Ooo s bought for cash and sold for easli
No bud accounts to lie llgtitod in piollts
Come in and seo our lino glad to show
goods iiml qtioto pi lees. : : : :
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Tho election passed olf very quietly
in OarlleldTesrtlting in flood mnjoii
ties for tlio lopubllean ticket
The weather continues lino and the
fanners in this locality aio taking ad
vantage of it 1)3 gat hoi Ing their corn
A.. I Hawley has sold his farm to
Win Lippencott and in turn put
chased tho farm of llohlen Applegato.
Chm les Aniack had tho misfortune
to lose a good horso .suddenly for
which 'ho has tho sympathy of neighbors
laspur Smith was at homo on a short
visit tho first of tlio week Ho 10
uiainod only Tuesday boforo returning
to his school work.
The Jewelers and Opticians,
Who Their Make Guarantees Gfeod.
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GETTING AWAY FROM HOME
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Rnpldly growing chicks aro quite lln
hie to leg weakness, and when they
once get down It Is hard to cure them.
With an even, regular temperature and
plenty of charcoal there should ho no
bowel trouble, that bane of brooder
chicks. A good dry location und plenty
of exercise inukes heulthy, niulUJy
Win Dotow has a stock snlo Satui
lay. Illadon got out a good vote election
How wore you suited with tlie lec
('. II iilel.s mude a tiip to his faun
uetn Cow les, Wednesday
.1 R Royuolds has inov ed into hoin-o
just vacated by C E llielw.
Mrs. Hud Haker, of Iloldrege, is vis
iting friends in this vicinity,
Tho carpenters completed thoir wot k
on Henry Doyri'h bnrn last week
L. E Winner nnd wife- returned
from thoir visit to Michigan this wook
Clydo Keith, of Lincoln, caino iho
first of tlio wook in vote and visit bis
C. E Hicks is having a tubular troll
put dowci on his farm, four miles ist
Thome und Oloason have located
horo and aro prepared to do your
R C Dost came in from the west tho
first of tho weok whoro ho has been
visiting his hon,iCharloH
Joe Kntll, bo has boon In I linois
witli friotids for hoiiio time, caino homo
tho latter part of last week.
Henry Pounds U able to burn hard
coal fills winter, lie having been fort
unate enough to buy a supply
I J A Douton has donoconsidoi able
repair work on his homo, which gives
it tho appoarauco of a now building
I Tho elevators at this plaoo aio full
of giaiu and do caio to take in wheat,
honco the pilco flvo cents por bushel,
1 James Hiiideu and wife, of Rod
( loud, drove up Friday ovoning to
spend Sunday with lelativos and
f 1 lends
Initios Met'oy spout a month with
fiiemiH in Illinois Ho loturued home
Friday and is now lolling about tho
goud time ho had,
Tbo Spirit of KrMllrnHiifMn nnd tho
Iclrv Pur CImiiikp.
Judging by a good deal of tho con
versation of the present day, there aro
a large number of people who have a
pooltlvc horror of home. This curious
revulsion of feeling Is tuken by ninny
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liL-i nulla u 11 itiKU in nuiiin tn.-iv-tiiii- ,
tlon. For our own part wound It dltll- Ktowlug culcks.
cult to take It quite seriously or to see
In It 11113 thing moie than a passing . iyac1Jaagaa.
mill. 1 ,...
Nobody nowadays likes inonotoio. JH .iii'ifS
Change Is what people desire not per- W j&dttji
liniiH niiv L'l-i'itl -1im tiiri Imt lots Ol nj?iLff'.fi
Binilll eliange; not ueei-ssailli for the
better, but Tor its own snl.e. Now. ES fJjv JP,
iiiuiu in u t,-iii nu 1111 111 -. in. 'in wi, r- y " itVO j
own four wills, be tlit-. our mi hand c. !i$fJ
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enng ucHiie to nun. 1.1 soiin tiii-i-' ' tsi
We tnuiiot eliunge the pitiiins in the
pletiuesoii I In 111 e ei 3 tlnj. ami m lt!n-r
they nor tin home luiiiltiiii en m ems
to niter In epiehtilon
Again, time Is 11 tnrlble H.iineiiens
about one's own cool. Rxpeilenee ena
bles us to foietell the taste of every
thing at home, from the miiip to the sa-'
vory If we me rich and fioin the mut
ton to the cheese If we are poor;
whereas If we dine nt a restaurant
everything down to the salt Is differ
ent, nnd the restaurant Is refurnished
dally with new faces.
Then, again, the music nnd stir going
on around one avoid the necessity for
much conversation, and conversation
in tho homo circle Is sometimes dlfll
cult and sometimes dull. It does not do
always Just to say what one thinks, it
Is such bad practice for dining out.
and, this being the case, It Is not easy
sometimes to think what to say.
Nowadays wo get, hoclnlly speaking,
tired of our friends and een of our ac
quaintances. Wo want them to pass
continually beforo us like a street pro
cession. Instead of that they rather
resemble a stage crowd and keep com
ing up again. There Is a limit to those
wo know, n limit een to those wo
should like or should bo likely to know
even by Blglit, nnd at a restaurant this
latter limit Is dlsrogaidod. Tho Imriler
of good manners which forbids that
those Mho ate acquainted with one an
other should speak Is stilllclent to pro
tect our station or our dignity, but It
Is not a very high fenn nnd It Is 0110
which It is amusing to look over. Lon
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How many teeth have 3011V
How high (in Indies) Is a silk hat?
Which way does the creicent moon
Don't forget the old man
with the fish on his back.
For nearly thirty years he
has been traveling around the
world, and is still traveling,,
bringing heaU,ly,and comfort:
wherever he goes.
To t the consumptive he
brings"' the strength and flesh
he so much needs.
To all weak and sickly
children he .gives rich and
strengthening food. i
To thin and pale persons
he gives new firm flesh and
rich red blood.
Children who first saw the
old man with the fish are now
grown up and have children
of their own.
1 le stands for Scott's Emul
sion of pure cod liver oil a
delightful food and a natural
tonic for children, for old folks
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How many toes linn a cat on each anil lor ail WHO ncCCl I1CSI1 ailCl
foro foot? On each hind footV
Whnt color aro your employer's eyesV
The eyes of iha uu a.tU.o ucxt deukV
.SCP.T-T, DOWNE, Chemists.
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