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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1902)
IlplMny Imj ing is now ut its
lib A .t at our establishment
NOpVIlEllE can goods bo pur
chased to hotter advantage
than here. Our stock of Hooks
is larger and morn cnmiilutu
than over before. A beautiful
Cut Glass at moderate prices.
Toys, Perfumery, Manicure
and Toilet Sots, Ilouutiful
Dishes, Vases, Pictures and
Picture Frames, Jewelry,
Watches, etc. Come in and
see for youisolf.
C L. COTTING
Sco J. O Hutlcr
Wnntcd-Corn, by V. U. H-iby
Adair Galinha spent Siitulsiy with'
Get prices on fins before juti sell
J. O. CAl.llWI'.I.I..
Oia Montgomery of Guide llnek w:fs
in lied Uloud Wtducsdny,
,)oe D iker iiml lady of Guide It ok
weio in lied Cloud Wednesday.
O-ear Potter it rived in lied Cloud
Monday for a visit with l datives
An.s n G.uber, of Guide llnek, spent
Sunday with his p ( rents in lied CI nd
F. V. Taj lor, undei laker and em
balmer. Opposite Cutting's drug -lore.
Ilervey Conover ot MeCook visited
friends in lied Cloud tho lirst of the
Thorn arrived at the honie of Mr.
n'ld Mrs. Irving Cummings, Tuesday,
a baby girl.
,Tut unloading another ear of tlie
very beat quality of Maltlaud coal at
W. IJ llobv's.
(Jet your liorso blankets, lap robes
and harness of Fogel; he sells tlm best
for the least money.
Pleaching at the Christian church
Sunday morning 10 SO and ovenieg
7:'J0. C nno one and all and let us
reason together, lie V. 0. L. App'.egnto,
On December fi, 1870, just 20 yeais
ago last SaMiuhij, Govenor (! uber
issued a pioehunation cnu cuing the
legislature in extraordinary session, to
canvass the elcctoial vote of this state.
I will open mv dental ofliue for a
short time in the Dtiwrcll block,
Doeembor 21, and at Cuwlcs tho -Dili
anil :10th Call euily to arrange fur
appointment -F- A. Thomas, Duntist.
Tho clock in Newhoiiso Bros.' guess
ing contest ran thu teen days four houi s
nnd thirty-two minutes. Mr. Win
Heitlor of Cowles guessed thiiteen days
four hours and forty minutes; this be
ing nearest, Mr. lloillergots tho watch.
The Lidies' Aid society of tho
Baptist church will servo dinner and
supper in connection with their hand
kerchief salo on Snturday, December
20lh, in tho building formerly used as
a bank, nortli of Miner's store Every
body is invited to conio.
At tho regular meeting of tho A O.
U. V. last Tuesday evening tho follow
ing oflicors wero elected: Isaac Ludj
low M W.; Oliver Hedgo, Foreman
, Overseer; I aul btorBj, collty mmaoy uotilim, tho j1(1ro
Jhas. Iloigle, Ilccever; ti,at there would bo no prosecution.
C. B. Crono, Kecordor; Win McKim
n y, Guide
Tho city dads wero petitioned at
their last meeting to buy live arc lamps
to bo placed on tho principal streets.
Just why only live lamps wero asked
for wo do not understand, as this
would hardly bo sullijiont to light up
thu business poition of the city and
wero tlioy placed elsewhere it would
bo neccessary on n dark night to take
a lantern to go from ono to tho other.
Tliero was also a proposition from a
gentleman in Louisville read in which
ho asks permission to put in an acoty
lono gas plant. Of course what wo
want is light, any old kind of light .vill
do in tho absonco of eloctrio lights.
But just at this tinio with the city soino
$000 or $700 in debt wo should hardly
fool like buying very many extras.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSHTUIM
i Klrt. ilflf
For a nice waini lap robe go to Joe
A Cook is sick at his homo on Cedar '
(Jeo. v Hummel of Iiluo Hill wns in !
town TluitMl.iy. ,
The wife of Ctiarlie Milliuan is ic'
P't ted quite ill
Mdt Ciow of Guido llck wns in
Del Turnure has been slightly under
the weather this week.
Mark Paikes was visiting relatives
here the fust of the week.
Another new stock of turnover col
lars for ladies, just received F. New
hoiiso dames Moinuvillo of MeCook is
visiting relatives in lied Cloud this
C-ias Fort visited witli his parent ,
w. anil .Mrs L. II Foit, the lirst of
I ho week.
J. Lee Uoyer, representing tho West
ern Paper Co , Omaha, was here last
Dojou need a nice light harness?
Ge it at Fogel's; he handles the best
w the least inonev.
Is. Allien F.lv letiliiteil TiiimiIhv
from a two weeks' visit with her
sulci sand fi lends ut Lincoln.
Mrs. Hoy Hint of MeCook arrived in
f"yK"i .uoiiuay tiioi mug for a few
Mitys' visit with relatives and ftieuiN.
-mis. i,. ii. l-nrt leturncd to her
hoiui'Situiday, after a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Grace Wiles, in Oilcans.
Mrs. W. S. Henso i etui tied Sattinlay
evening from a month's pleasant visit
with her parents iiiulfi lends til Tecum
sell. Tom Auid, who now has banks in
L ncoin, Wymote and lied Cloud is
piovariug to open another one, Ihis
oikcM Kearney, Nebraska.
Willi but one exception, Inst month
vwis the wannest November in seven
teen years, and the inceipitation was
one-third nunc than the average.
jur ami M l hhins of Mnukuto, '
ICinsas, at rived in It- il Cloud TucmI-ij
. . . ii
. veiling j.ir a visit wiui inoir Caugliti r, I,
Mis. (ii o GiiU'etli.
Mrs Weiib inaii lelt Sunday evening
tor Calfoiiua, whole she has been
called l.y the sickness of her daughter's
husband, Oscar Patmoie.
Mrs N Hie Module and son ol
KlK Creek, arrived in lied Clou i last
evening for a visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. . II. Kaloy.
Landloid Mush is giving away to
thosi) stopping at the K yal a very
lie-it adveitismeiit consisting of a map
ot Nehraskn with a largo red circle
printed around Webster county.
The (subject of Hev. Hauplinanu'a
discourse f r Sunday morning will be:
"If not to Christ, to whom?" Ho hopes
to niaKe it of special interest to agnos
tics and those not specally interested
in christian work.
Services at tho Baptist church eacli
alternato Sunday morning nud even
ing. Next servieo Sunday morning
Decembor 2lst 1902. Evanglist seij
vices will commence Thursday even
ing, January 1st, 1003, and continue
indefinitely. Ruv. Sliorman, Pastor.
Last Tuesday, Saml Hoatou, Sr., bad
Wm. Hick of Kansas arrested on tho
charge of taking a sum of monoy from
his pockot sotno time during Monday
iiightrTiial was sot for 10 o'clock
Thursday morning, but was dismissed
itVtliu oiio UliiL anlllml mat ..l,...ul .
Tlio Oris Olier Stock Co, which has
been holding forth at tho opera house
this week deserve much better patron
ago thiiii they have Jieon receiving.
They aro the best company ol actors
who havo visited this city for some
time and tlioy aro giving tho people
good clean plays. They will give a
nmtineo tomorrow aftornoon and will
also show this evening and tomorrow
evoiiin Go if you can.
Skating is tho popular amusemont
of tho young peoplo of Ked Cloud, just
at present and in order that they
might indulgo in tho sport without tho
neceessity of Buffering from tho cold,
Chas. Kaloy has lilted up a building by
tho side of his pond where a good
warm lire is kopt. There is now plenty
of ice on tho pond for skaters and ns
Charlie takes care of the ice his charge
of ten conts each to skaters is very
Tho Baptist church of lied Cloud
havo been forunato in securing tho
services of Hev, Sherman, Into of Ohio,
for the pastorate. Hi3 work in his
homo state has secured tho hearty in
dorsement of all Curistain peoplo
with whom ho labored and ids present
pastotatoat Guido Hock lias proven
him to bo "a workman who needeth
not to bo n9hamcd." Tho musical
ability of himself nud wife especially
his gift as n soloist renders thorn
peculiarly adapted to evangelistic work
and when once heard creates a desire
to bo heard again. With the broadest
charity for all "seoking poaco with all
mou" not given to contention yet firm
to proclaim tho truth ns ho sees it nnd
couragoous to donounco tho wrong,
helpful in all united Christian work
yet devoted to Baptist interests nnd
itnoiNow jcsiamoni uootrino. Thrice
I M II... I Ill ..ll i
U. Auld of Iowa arrived in lied Cloud
Monday, for a visit with his son Will.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ship
man this (Friday) morning, a boy;
weight ton pounds.
Mrs. C. C. Brown has returned to
her home in Indiana, after a short
visJrAvith her mother, Mrs. Low Clapp.
Mis. II H. Igou left for her homo in
Ludlow, Missouri, Wednesday, after
an extended visit with Miss Jo9io Igou
Frank Cowden and wife wore down
frorti It-I Cloud visiting C. E. Stino
(ami family over Sundav Superior
ii.ii. niacKiciige ten lor umaiia
iWilay evening, to be in attendance
nl the session of tin; (Stand Chapter,
1 Arch M isons, wiiijli conveueil
Alter you read the tales of want,
destitution and starvation told bcfoie
the arbitration commission, just stop a
moment and remember that in a great
many counties in Nebiaska the wages
paid to school teachers are not as gieat
as the average am mnl'p lid to the un
let tttuatc miners.
List of letters leiiiainliig uncalled for
at tho postollice at lied Cloud, Ne
braska, for the week ending Docenibci
1 1, 11)02
Hacklier, Maggie Gates, Mary
Keller, Nellie Johnson, Anie
Tony, M. W.
These Ictti is will be sent to tho dead
better olliee December 25, if not called
for before. When calling for above
please say "advertised." T. C. Hack
John P. Peterson died Friday, De
cember 4, 'M1, at 1 cyloek p in. at the
home of his son, 1C..J. Peterson, wheie
lie spent the last week of his life sur-
y bis children and giaml-
who did all in their power to
last hours peaceful. Mr
was horn in Nerke. Sweden.
July I!J, ifll. He (une to Auk rica in
the spnngi.f 1S7U, leaving his faini.v
in Svodoii not being able to hi ing lliein
witli him He lirst stopped in lloonc,
Iowa, where ho found woikand in the
spring of 1871 sent for his sons, Chas
G. and Louis, and in the fall for his
wile and the remaining four children.
In tho suinuier of 1870, he and his son
Charles came lo Nebraska add sailed
on a homestead in Calheilou town
ship, his family coming thu following
spring, bringing with them thu stock
that might interest
and we feel sure will save
TAKE A LOOK
AT THE GOODS
.... Head t ho list and seo ....
2 bores 22 Cartridges ,2$
Stcet wheel, boiled, Wheelbar
0-foot cross-rut Saw, with han
dles 17-inch Coal Hod, large size
22 calibre lltfc, guaranteed
0-inch Stove Pipe, li6 pounds
Genuine tubular Lanterns
'1-linc Manure Fork
And this, to Jinish
is this ?
8 pounds of Nails,
We make prices
that c a nnot help
but get your trade
if you want to save
. kj. iiiiutT wm sen j on a gooo
wauii lap robe for a very small price.
Alfred Hadell went to MeCook Thurt-
inK i ins
UR NOVEMBER business was the largest in our business history. December
has started in cold and stormy, and there are lots "of people in the county
who need good, warm Winter Clothing, Shoes, Caps, Underwear and Mittens. We
believe that we are better prepared to furnish your wants than any other store in
A $10.00 suit is a $10.00 suit here and a good one, too.
We are selling Overcoats. Lots of them. The prices
which ho had left behind Ho has
spent mo t of bis tinio siucu living 111
Nebraska in cattle raising, nud has
raised soino very lino ones. July 7,
1801), his wife died after hut n brief
illness, since which tinio lie and his
son Louis havo lived by tliemsulvcs.
His death was duo to old ngo. Ho has
hcon quite foeblo for tho last fow yeais
but was only confined to his hod for a
fow days. Funeral si rvicos worn hold
at tho residence of his son, E. J. Peter
son, Sunday afternoon, December 7th,
conducted by tho lloverends 11 erg and
Wolf, tho former speaking in the
Scandinavian tonguo and the latter iu
tho.Knglish, and interment wns made
in tho Payno cemetery. Tliero wns
present at tho services a largo number
of tho friends and ncighhhrs of the
decensod, Ho leaves to mourn his loss
three sons, Charles (!., K, John and
Louis, ami two daughters, Mrs. Olaf
Honsou and Mrs. Peter C. Uherg, and
twenty-four grandchildren. Ho leaves
an c.statu worth fully $8000, which lie
accumulated after having spent his
best days in a land where only by the
hardest toil could lie mako a living for
Erick A. Olson died December 4th
1102 at his homo iu C.itherton town
ship. Ho was born iu Sweden, July 2,
1871 and enmo to America in 1882. He
leaves a mother and three brothers;
Wm. Person, Curl J. Olson and Gust A.
Olson. Erick was an unusally good
boy and was very kind to his old
crippled mother. He had been a
christian about four years and was
resigned to death. Ho was buried
December tith in tho Catherton cemo
tory. iA Twenty Year5
'In an Old Line Company is,
the best kind of life
Tho cash value of tho policy nt tho;
ond of thu periou is more than
you have paid.
'Fire, Lightning, Tornado andl
In tho host Old Lino or Mutuun
'O. C. Teel, Agt.,,
Red Cloud, Nbuiuska.
We Cannot Complain
of Dull Trade.
The store that makes the lowest prices is certainly
entitled to the business, and we want you to sec our
line before placing your bill for Winter Goods. We
advertise honest goods. False and misleading state
ments have never yet proved of substantial benefit
to anyone. My holding out fictitious inducements some
dealers attract buyers to their stores once or twice, but
the buying public is shrewd, and will be quick to find
you out, and the value of your goods is destroyed
The man who sells soap and advertises that all the
good housewife has to do is to buy the soap and sit
down- the soap will do the-rest, is no more of a well,
a we'll put it plainly liar than
tises: "All our $18 and and $20 suits reduced to ,5.1.98."
The sensible man who, reads such an ail. does not be
lieve it and will keep away from the store that adver
tises such reductions
- Kaley Glothimj Co...
Store that Never Disappoints.
jj Headquarters for
$ goods of all kinds,
tt, has never been
Mr (V--i ri4-v r
ft V--LU-! UXJJ.0
U Call and see our immense lino
fo of Indies Haiidk.ercliiefs.
Albums, Toilet Cases of all
kinds, Toys, etc. Our stock
was never so largo and prices
so cheap. Wo will save you
monoy on your Christinas
M Wo will mako a groat reduc-
fk lion Iu Shoes froui now until
: Christinas If you need shoes
jj: it will pay jou to visit this
JJ and Nuts.
ft Our Candy stock was novor
f so complete as this year.
ii; Prices aro from 0 cts up. Got
jji our prices boforo buying
?' candy for Cliristmas treos.
the clothier who adver
and qualities are doing
so full of (fi
-t Un tstrvn t - ri '
All our Ladies
Jackets at just
Si.00 Coats tor $2 50
10 00 Coats for COO
1G00 Coats for 7 50
Every Lidies Coat in tho
store goes ut one-half, prico.
All coats marked in plain fig
ures. Como in and got a
Wo can and will savo you
money on Furs. Tho largest
stock to soleot from, Bought
for cash, all now. Wo will
"iv ! you 25 to 50 per cent on ji
Table Linens. i
Nupkins, Towels, Doilies,
Lunch Cloths, etc, T110
greuteat values over offered
to tho trade. Table Linens
nt 35c, 45, 50, 00, 05 up to 81 25
Special values in Napkins nud
I wolcomo such a workor.
"? wenamg them tho Cliio
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