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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1903)
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THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
THREE BARGAIN LISTS
Dressing Sacqucs and
All-wool Eiderdown, heavily op-
pliqued Collar, wool crocheted
edge, wortu ei.uxma i.;u,
All-wool rinnle Eiderdown, heav-
llv nimlidiied snuare collar,
wool crocheted edge through-
out. Colors. Kray, red, rose,
and light blue,
Full length nil-wool ripple Eider-'
down, wool crocheted edge 1
throughout, frous. k'irdle and
tusselH. heavily nppliqued, red '
It is almost an
unheard of event
to offer new mer
chandise in new
and up-to-date pat
terns at such cut
prices this early in
Tlte Semi-Annual Anniversary
of the BIG STORE will be
celebrated with a series of
Special Sales, values that
All i& quite in this ucighhoihnod and
the annuls aro buy putting up hay.
V. H. Kummu'iniis lias sold his lino
stoe farm to Dave Ilelvern, of Mam- JJ
ninth purines, Aik., a former resident tf
of ihls'pait of the county. Wo are Jt
pleau-d to learn that Mr. Roscncrans ,
will not leave the township, as lie is 0 fc
good ueighbor. '
iMi9 Jane Dolnney, 91 years of ago,
died Inst week at tho homo of David
Elliott, and her remains were laid to '
rest iii'tho Catholic cemetery at
...Eye and Eye Glass Care...
KT us pilot, you out of tho misery and danger of overworked and
improperly treated eyesight into the rest and sat islact ton or re
stored vision. We understand Eves and Evo Glasses our busi
ness to lit the one to the other. Wo know the Eye mid its needs
we know the dangers that follow in the wake of defective Eyes and strain
ed vision. Our knowledge of the Eye and practical experience In the
lifting of Glasses Ih at yrur service. We examine your eyes thoroughly,
scleutillcally; tell you their exact condition, advise you what to do and
grant you the privilege of doing as you please. n V "y
Hod ' S
Cloud last Saturday. She was. an aunt ,
..1 f- Klllnti .....I ,. oUn.1- to l'.ilrii.kii WftlllnBnndhopiniiwyor betters nlllnc vision
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Delaney, who died somo jours
procrastination is tho Ihlot ol rood evaslclit.
iheclmiiRe which coma to tho eyo are be-
A littlo way from rlf.ht Is i great way wrong
, 20 pieces 12 l-2c Flanneletts,
special at BC
r. colors red. blue,
rose, cream and white, per
Wnisting, colors red, blue,
, 20 pieces yard wide fleeced
Casumeres, auc value, at..ltc
40 pieces of Worsted Dress
Cioods, red, grays, tan,
black, blues, etc., goods
that we purchased to sell
at .To, 10 and 4fic. Special
price, per yard 27c
1,000 yards 10c Ginghams
Special Cloak and Suit Sale.
Friday, October 9th, Mr.
Harry Richard, representing
H. Black & Co., of Cleveland,
makers of WOLTEX gar
ments, will display his sample
line of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's garments at our
' store. WEST ROOM.
The magnet that
attracts these Case
lots of remarkable
merchandise to our
stocks. We have
been preparing for
many months for
Job Pearl Buttons, regular
5c, at ,'tc 1
Dress Shields, per pair He ,
I spools Hasting Thread tic
Tnimnies, eacn zc '
Enameled Wood Stocking
Mohair Skirt liindinir. fi-ynrd
lengths, buncli 10c
G-inch Kubber Comb 10c,
Air Cell Knit Washrags ftc ,
12 yards Vnl. Laces 25c
Talcum Powdor, per can 5c
Vasaliue 5, 15, 25c ,
Extra quality Lambs Wool
Infants' Combs 15c ,
Infants' Brushes 10c
and also a sister of Mrs. Thomas Mc
Cartney. Property sold rather low at Wm.
Karnes sale, though better at Mark
Payne'i and Mr. Orchard's sales.
Cutting cane, kafllr corn and alfalfa
and stacking of wild hay U nearly
finished in this neighborhood.
L.N. Fitzgerald is building a house
for H. Brown and a barn for Mr.
. Dave Helvern, of Arkansas, who
reaantly visited here, formerly owned
the farm now owned by Allen Carpen
ter. He says that if he had realized
what he was doing he never would
have left here.
One man who was selling off his
stock was asked where he was going
to, and replied that ho .was not going
away, but was selling out in order that
he might be able to stay here.
Ed Gruell is going back out west.
He was raised here and cannot stay
away, though he thinks he must go
back and see bis folks and his best girl.
A Kansas man took a loud of peaches
to Red Cloud a few days ago and sold
them for ?2 per bushel.
One of our neighbors recently sold
some very ordinary calves for 815 a
head. How is that for low prices?
yoncl the power ot the Individual to remedy.
Neglect to i:lvo eyes proper and timely care Is
responsible lor much ol the president day eye
A very little strain upon this delicate structure
soon exhausts its delicate nerve lorce.
When the eve first troubles, the man ol sense
knows there Is need ol help, and stralghwey
f sets It.
T Let us aid you to better vision or the preserve-
W tlon of vvhnt rnmnlnt.
with eyo glasses and spectacles.
We mako a study ol Individual needs and fix
Irames and lenses with exactness.
Every appliance science has devised Is at our
Every pair ol glasses must precisely suit the Jf
wearer and us. T
Each lens, each Irame, Is thoroughly Inspected. T
II there Is flaw or blemish It Is discarded. 2 '
Your eye classes are as Important as your J"
eyesight Is Important. Here the skill, the will T'
and the facilities to make them so. J
g Jewelers and Opticians.
RED CLOUD. NEBJ
c Wa affpr nnth.nft that Is not reliable and evervthlnft that Is. Thev are
the best values that cash can command, and with every transaction we
say: "Satisfaction, or money back to your pocket."
The Rural Carrier.
'Pin. are heroes ill plenty in tho
postal service, and tho greatest of
them is tho rural carrier.
Tho railway mail clerk risks his life
every day In tho discharge of his duty,
and too much cannot bo said in honor
of his dovotion.
Dut for every day, week in and week
out, homely and unromautio work for
the beuellt of tho public, the man who
carries tho mall over tho rural route
For tho meager allowance of K500 a
year tho country mail man gives his
own services, provides a horse, or
horses, and a mail cart, and then, for
good measure, gives to tho public and
to tho servico his comfort, often tits
onlth and-somotlmos his life.
Every day, In good weather or lu
bod, over smooth roads or over rough
roads, braving now boat and now cold,
through rain and through blizzard, tho
messenger of civilization makes his
Ho puts tho rural dwellers upon an
equality with tho city resident.
Today the farmer is In touch with
his markets and with the news of the
greater outside world. Dally his paper
comes to Ills door. Ills comiort as a
man and his usefulness as a citizen
And it is tho rural carrier who has
More than ouco this agent of ad
vance, with unconipluining, prosaic
round of duty, has united the man of
man of tho farm with the mun of the
shop or desk.
Ho not only brings the daily letters
and papers to tho farmer's door, but
he is the general carrier for the farm
er's wife. Ho does not havo to do this,
but ho doos it out of the goodness of
Ho is a solf-coustitutod shopper and
tho most obliging man in his particu
lar territory. The women along his
route look to him for the littlo odds
and ends of housekeeping supplies
which they aro out of no day and
iieed tho next.
Ho will cony verbal messages from
one woman who wants another to
spend tho day with her, and ho has
been known to take a little tot from
Its homo ami convey it safely to a rela
tive's and bring it home tho next day,
All in all ho is a good fellow and
earns a good deal more of Uncle Sam's
money than he gets.
Ho has become anabsoluto necessity
to the rural homes that are visited by
him, and people wonder how they over
got along without him.
Tho rural carrier has como to stay.
Tho people want him nnd they must
havo him, and it rests with the govern
ment to make his path an easier one.
Such a laborer Is surely worthy of his
Money alono cannot buy tho energy
and tho faithfulness which aro the
everyday attributes of tho rural car
rier, but money can more nearly repay
mm tor worn iiouesiiy uone man doos
tho beggnrly sum ho now receives.
While congrosti is votlug millions for
departments nnd projects for political
reasons, it would do no harm to glvo a
moment of tho time and a fraction of
that money to men who aro worthy of
attention and recognition.
Comfort and progress even over a
small area would be cheap at much
morb than KXK) a year.
Glvo tho rural carrier nuro money.
Ho earus it.
Mrs. U. H. Clark of Coiupbell came
down Mondov to visit her paronts,
Mr. and Mrs. Joniw Williams.
H. C. Chavlier went to St. Louis on
business this week.
Mrs. A. Heed returned homo from
North Platte Monday, where sho has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jessie
F. G. Tookes spent Sunday in Camp
bell. Mrs. Easterly visittd with her parents
in Dcwoese, Sunday.
Wayne Reed's hove moved into tho
H. Pounds property.
Mrs. Fred Ueed and children visited
at the homo of A. Iteed ono day last
Mr. Richer and wife spentSunday in
Frank Burden's children, who havo
boon sick with typhoid fuvor, ore ro.
ported much bolter.
Charles Specco of Illinois is visiting
his brother, L. E. Sponco of this place.
Elmer Cox, who has been working
near Saeltnu this summer, is homo for
a few days' visit.
Mrs. Hull returned to hor homo in
Now York Tuesday, after an extended
Marriod, on Wednesday f last weok,
at tho home of tho brides' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. lic-ndrlckp, Miss Carrie
Hendricks to Mr. Kay Hogato. Both
partios are well and favorably known
in this vicinity. Wo wish 'hem much
happiness during their married life.
Mr. Tammon ha9 moved into the
Waffle property in the south part of
his threshing mncbinn near Uncle
George Saunders' place Monday.
Mrs. Campbell and Miss Alice Del-
mar of North Branch attend the meet
ing at Penny Creek school bouse last
Preaching at Penny Crcok next Sun
day by Rev. Campboll of North Branch.
B. S. Vau Dyke is working for Sim
Heaton, two miles east of Red Cloud,
Digging patatoos is the order of tho
Rev. F. Noblo of Wolnut Creek was
tho guest of Frank Van Dyke this
week. He was enroute to the annual
conference of tho Christian church at
Olive Hill, Knn.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 1). Hutchinson and
daughter Maude visited friouds at
ilildretb, Neb., last week.
Mr. Stanley of Salem, Kan., came
over afiur the cuttle which lie had in
the pasture near W. J. Uaskins' placo.
Saturday from Topeka, Kans., where
sho was visiting her daughter, Mrs. S.
E. Kelly, for the past month.
Gilbert Sorgonson was hauling wheat
for John Pa v lick Wednesday.
H. H. Crowell sold about 38 head of,
cattle to Cutter and Best of Red Cloud.
Miss Lizzio Marker, tho present
county superintendent, was visi'.ing
schools in this locality Wednesday.
Brolthauor Bros, purchased six head
of ponies last week out of a herd.
Roy Wilson was working for Mr
Luckhart 1 ist week.
Willis Lelner from Bladen was iu
this locality first of this week visiting.,
Most of the farmers have commenced i
sowing tlieir wheat. The first sowing
is coming up nice.
Having known Judge Barnes for
twenty-two years, and having lived
John Eiickson is cutting corn this
Mr. Kubickof McCook was in this
vicinity last weok visiting his sons
Fred and Rudy.
Claude Wilson finished drilling
wheat Wednesday for Herb Williams.
Win. Thomas was over to Cowles
last Friday after a bronco ho had
purchased out of a hunt.
Mrs. Mary Bean returned home last
neighbor to him in tho city of Ponca,,,
Neb., several years, wo leei jusimeu in
saying that tho republican party of
this state never put up a better man.
than tho present candidate for justice
of tho supremo court. Wo havo known
Judge Barnes as long as wo havo
known anybody in Nebraska, and feel
assured that where ho is best known
ho will get the largest vote. No man
has ever been put up out of northeast
Nebraska who could command a larger
vote from personal friendship and
popular esteem than will Judge Bnruos
at tho close of this campaign. Fair
OTE IT DOWN!
Mr. and Mrs. James Keagle were
tho guests of Tom Wildey and family
Mel Sherman and Fred Foam of Red
Cloud were in Lino on business one
day this weok.
Miss Nollle Bond of Cowles was tho
guest of L. Aubushon and family this
Will Hasklni has a young man from
MUsourl working for him.
Al Slaby had a bad breakdown with
BUY OWE AND PROVE IT
Wt havt the following tramftr points! Chicago,
UCroite, Minneapolis, Omiht, Sioux City, Mon
(real, Ojittxc, Sherbrook. P. Q., Hamilton, Ont,
Mirtli all Mttrt to Rrltowt Filli, 'l.
Vormont Farm Maohlno Co.,
,, Bollows Falls, Vt.
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