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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1902)
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KED CLOUD, XHISRASKA, NOVEMKEK M. H02.
- Big Store.
TRY THE El'TECT of sonic of our handsome
Furture in your own home. It will impart an
AIR OF ELEGANCE to your rooms, and we make the price so low that you
will not miss the money. : :::::::
SPliCIA L V A L U E S I N BEDROOM SUITES.
3-picce hardwood, 20 x 24 mirror; full size Bed - - $14.50
Solid Oak 3-piece Suite, full serpentine front Dresser. 24 x 30 French plate
Mirror, handsomely decorated lied; a suite usually sold at $30, our price 25.00
Combination Book Cases - , - 12.00 to 2500
Selling agents for Globe-Werneke Elastic Book Cases.
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Solid oak, cane seat Sewing Chair
Solid oak, cobbler seat Rocker
Hardwood cobbler Seat
Hardwood wood Seat
Hardwood Dresser, 25 x 24 glass
Elm dresser, closed foiiet
Full swell sojid oak, French Mirror
It is tinio for you to bo looking out for winter's warm apparel.
Our lino of Underwear Union Suits and soparato pieces is do.
binned to meet every requirement.
Ladies' Union Suits, fleeced,. . . .$1 00 to 52 CO per suit C hililrcn and Misses' Union Suits $ .in to 81 CO
p k c i a l s n 0 ir i xo 1 x a r r c 0 r t 0 x y i, k e u e d a a 1: m e x t s
Ladies' extra heavy cotton lleeco $ .tiO
Men's extra heavy fleeco !0
Boys' lleeco lined Underwear $ .110, .10, 50
Ladies' light-weight $ .25
Children's extra heavy lleeco, 15e with rniseo of 5o
(I 0 0 (I Weather and Good Prices for G 0 0 d s for Winter Wear.
$7 50. American Mills Kersey, strap seams inlaid with velvet, pearl buttons
guaranteed satin lining, like cut; a good value for $1)00; our price ....$7. SO
(II). American .Mills Ker-ev. ooinnoMtinit' buttons, lull satin lined, storm
collar, lice cut ; a Coal, sold elsewhere at (HX) to 7.1K) 5.00
S .(). American Mills Kersey, pearl buttons, giuinmtced satin lining; our
Other values at .rl'U 11 ;.i), Sl.'HH) and H 15 00
tlooo. American Mill Kcr-oy. pit ated back, velvet
collar, full satin lined; style like cut; price iplG.OO
(iood values at 12 50, tl.V.'O,!" nOuiwlWl '0
The Sowing Ma- hine is the host thing for tho homo
it enables the woman to do her own particular sew
ing anil to care for her other work also.
We sell INVADER
the Machine A ton days special,
that makes boxtop i:t.-.o
the work easy. fields oo ami anew
A good plnoo to see Carpets Plenty of daylight in our Carpet room and you can
see how It looks l'ldnty of roem to display Carpets; you get tho effect of tho
whole piece instead oi a inn n sample.
Strictly all wool supers
50o I C. W. supers 5o
. ,...'U)o I Sultana cottage, a special 20o
Axinlnisters $85, 91.00, 1 10.
T. iZrr4r ' I e n t ; ' I' a r i t 1 , II c u I and Economy. Wo have
LI CDO J.UUJJ. a
few patterns lelt in oui sincial sale ll'eiintr of 17c, all-wool suitliiL's
- These goods can not bo matched elsewhere at L'Oo to 70c.
Venetian lot lis Jhj
Special sollini,' or our H.'c and 10c line ol fani-y weaves and plain colors at 21c and S7o. Spoiiiiuy Eire.
Some exceptional values in Flannelettes for waists, kimono and wrapper, at 8c, HV, 12( l.ic.
Fre-li ilini r Simp-.
2 packnifes Koice
.". lb pncktij'Outliienl . . . .
:rj oiincvs l,inK Towder
.,e IJulk Collea , )o
.J5 a 7 burs White Rusdlun Soap ,...., sfiy
25 c i 10 paekiiKO WHslitntr I'owuer SJSu
.':o c 8 bar Diuinond C Sonp.... ., o
Tlio cold wave lias conic.
Corn husking a in full blast.
The ooction returns made Repub
licans .smile. I
Frank Newman and wife are living
in Joel Christy's house.
There are some cases of soro throat
reported in the vicinity of Kekloy.
Mr. and Mrs Joe KHIottgli expect to
go liouxo keeping in Ml. Clnro soon.
Mis .tones and Miss Marsh of Moon
ingtoii atli'iiilcii church at Prairie
Kider Ibilley preached at Prairie
Center last Sunday As iiMiitl, he was
acci mpaniiil by his wife and daughter.
It S Denny lias Imvci oil the chimney
of KiUley church to Hie roof to take
out si me obstruction t lu-t o wlitcli pro
vented the Hue from drawing.
Virgil L'iw'm new luiii.su is about
Oscar Kmick has been shucking corn
for (icii. Law this week.
Sylvester Frlsb'u's house is going up ,
fast and will be completed by Christ'
Reach HobeitMin and Kil. Fern were
out to Mr. Kllinger'.s dehorning cattle,
Cjiirenco Cox has been very sick with
typhoid fever, hut is some better at
Hiillowu'on was duly observed over
at Pleasant Hill. Some hail to take
hiiiui) borrowed buggies, etc
Fred Bright and Will HoUworth at
tended the dance last Saturday even
ing and brought no partners.
The dance last Saturday evoning at
Mr. Morris' was a grand success-.
There, were about forty guests and all
hnil a good time.
K. J. Scott is on tho sick list.
Mrs. L Busy returned to her home
Professor Thompson is enjoying a
visit from his mother from Iowa.
Dr. Franklin leports tho arrival of a
baby girl at the homo of Kdil Scott.
Mis J. U Siradcr has returned homo
alter a mx weeks' visit in Missouri.
Jack Waller and (lenrgo Hutchison
are si ootirg on the Pialte litis week.
Wat i en Hariiiiglou purchased u hue
pair of colts this week, which were
owned by Hart Morgan.
We knew li wos going to storm win u
Charlie Fuller camo in from Lincoln,
Monday, without his coal.
Tho A. O. U. V. lodge closed its
membership contest last Friday night
with u banquet. After supper, Mr. I
A, Wilson rehearsed the toast, "To the
Victor Bulongs tho Spoil.-;" 1'. A (Jood,
"Defeated, But Not Vanquished," and
J.T Lacy, "Our Order." Music was
furnished by the Cowles orchestra and
a quartette, composed of Messrs.
Thompson, Jon Brubaker, Harry Bin
baker and Dr. Owings. About 275
$5.00 for One Silver Dollar
$2.50 for a Silver Half Dollar
$1.00 for a Silver Quarter Dollar
During tho past weeks wo have given out, in change. One Silver Dollar,
One Silver Half Dul iir, One Silver Quarter Dollar, with the letters
"N Bros " stamped upon t hunt We will give the above sums fort hob
return to us Look your money over; you may bo the lucky holder of
one of them. ;::::::;:
We will give u Twenty Dollar Watch to tho
person who can guess the nearest exact
time tho High! Day (lock, now setting in
our window, will run on one winding Ono
guess willi every ilOO spent with us during
Kemober, that wo are now showing one of
tlio linest and most complete lines of every
tiling in a llrst-cl'iss jewelry establishment.
Tlio prettiest lino of Silverware over dis
played in the city. Pi ices right every time.
Ooofis bought for cash and sold for cash
No bad accounts to bo llgured in prollts
Come lu and see our lino glad to show
goods ami quote prices. : : : :
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The Jewelers and Opticians
Who Make Their Guarantees Govd.
Hicks is at Lincoln this week.
Cress wont to Atlanta this
Henry Pounds lists linishctl gathering
II. 11. Watson drove to Hastings on
J. Laporte, of Campbell, was in tho
A Junior Kpworth League was or
ganized N viinhurl.
A. D. MeNeer, of Blue Hill, was in
our village Ihuisday.
Win. McDonald was hauling wheat
to Blue Hill hut week.
C. K. Hicks was u Bluo Hill vi)(oi
Wclncidtiy nfier election.
W.JJ.II ih I o dcr wmv couflriid to hu
boiii- with it tHil cold utter election,
HI uc Hill one day parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aim Pound, by
the itev. iwr. 1 rut oiooil, oilnoMlny,
.Miss Teim Pounds to Mr. Louis Over
miller, both of Woiuer. Tun briile lias
lived here all her life anil has a hu.it of
ti lends. The groom is a prosperous
young farmer anil owns one of the hi at
farms in Smith county They will bo
gin life with its iiriglit prospects as
coulil be wished, and wo all join in
wishing them a pleasant voyage down
life's imstin lido
noted business in
A singing sohool was organized at
Plainview school under tho leadership
of J. L. Biggins
M. U. Whebin has bet n under tho
doctor's care, having received a slight
stroke of paralysis.
Mrs. John Myers was called to the
western part of the state this week to
attend tho funeral ol lit r mm her.
Wash Rood has ornamented his store
with one of those new stuves that C K
Hicks M'lU-the lb-tort O.ik. He thinks
i hoy are just tlio 'hiug.
C nil blinking 'ind Knfllr corn is tlio
order of flie day.
Quito a nuinbir of the faiincisnio
feeding cattle this uintel
Sunday school at ilia hall every Sab
bath. Everybody inv'rtd.
Miss Mao llo-cnc riiiH was the guest
of Miss Armitstead, Sunday.
J. Rom iicrnns was a caller at Dr.
and Mm. Morrison's, Sunday.
Miw. Dr. Morrison Imsietuineil homo
after a short visit with friends at Be
loit. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Matins were the
guests of Mrs. Lockharl and family
Ans Pound and J. Ro-eucrans weio
cutting Kiilllr corn for Win 'ion with
hiudurs this week.
Dr Morrison inado a II intr trlp.lo
Bolhiirc, Sunday. The doctor gets
tired of baching sooner than hoiijtd
Rev. Mr. Triiuhlood is holding reviv
al meetings at tlio hall. Wo wisli him
success in tho grand work ho has un
dertaken. Rev. Mr. Armhstoiul, of (biyloid, de
livered ti splendid talk last Sunday
after Sunday School. All tlio people
at Winner enjoy a good sermon.
John Coo'nei's little girl had the m!
fortune to get mixed in a runaway ai d
, ot a leg broken. Under tlio cue of
Dr. Monison sheisgottingaioug nicely
R"V. Mr, Ai'initstead and w iff, of
IbiYlonl, n'oouqiHiiuil by Mr. Fi.to
and wife, wwie tun vriu-iH ' f Rev. Mr.
Anni H'.wd and fanul, at Winner, Sunday.
Wft forgot tn u ko meiiiioii of tie
t ... L.. it, All' lllliirotlllKl , f
Win. Bennett Iim ptltcluucd the l., 1-" I.- V wl,bVr .,( our Uv. J ,
jDrcbhch twenty aero north of town. Armi'stead. 11- U vut.v -eight ) on
I'l UJM', rtMHii wimi'iiii ni ni'i "i tt' '""
is a uleasant and alilo .ipeaker, inni l-
, Pint. Dreliach, of (iuh'ln Rou', Is
with ns for ti few dnjs galhiiiing his
L. K. Mouser and 1). II. Chuk Hans-
out; ot tlio pioneers of Snith coiintj
anil is highly respected
Man led, at the homo of the brido'.s
Salt pork is a famous old
fashioned remedy for con
sumption. "Eat plenty of
pork," was the advice to the
consumptive 50 and 100
Salt pork is good if a man
can stomach it. The idea
behind it is that fat is the
food the consumptive needs-
Scott's Emulsion is the mod-i
orn methodof feeding fat to
he consumptive. Pork is too
oujh for sensitive stomachs.'
jcott's Emulsion is the most
jftned of fats, especially
prepared for easy digestion.'
Feeding him fit in this
way, which is often the only
way, is half the battle, but
Scott's Emulsion docs more
than that. There is some
thing about the combination
of cod liver oil and hypophos
phites in Scott's Emulsion
that puts new life into the
weak parts and lias a special
action on the diseased lungs.
A Mmpje will l)c
nl f.' -c upon request.
I'D irj tti.lt t':ls )ilctur In
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J-. 111. 1 1- u Uty,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. aml$tj all druggists.
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