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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1903)
Red Cloud, the Geographical Center of the United States, a Good Place to Live In.
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. OCTOBER !, 1 !)..
1878 MO sq. ft.
iTHE MOST FASCINATING RED CLOUD STORED
18,000 wi. ft. -war
We have taken particular pains to be able to show a complete and ele
gant line of new, dependable merchandise In every department of this big store.
THESE ARE BUSY DAYS WITH DS.
I TWO DAYS' BARGAINS
Friday, October 9, and Saturday October 10.
20 pieces Fleeced 'Flanneletts,
were io and i2$c, for Friday and
Saturday only, per yard 6c
20 pieces staple Outing Flannels,
worth 8 and ioc, for Friday and
Saturday only, per yard 6c
All wool Tricots, very nice for
wrappers, waists and children's
dresses, per yard 30c
Cotton Waf stings.
Mercerized Waistings, Oxfords,
Madrases, Etamines, were 50c, yd . 35c
Silk Ginghams, were 50c, per yd'. . .30c
Fleeced Panama Waistings, yard. .20c
1 piece Cotton Honeycomb Towel
ing, 27 inches wide, sold regularly
at 20c. Special two days only,
per yafd ioc
1 piece Heavy Turkish Toweling, 25
inches wide, 50 grade. Two days
only, per yard 37c
Woolen Waistings at about one
half former price.
All wool French Flannels, stripes,
were 60 to Sdc. Special 50c
All wool Challies, 60 and 65c grades,
per yard 42c
All wool Challies, $1.00 and $1.25
grades, per yard 85c
CLOAKS AND WRAPS
FRIDAY, OCT. 9
Our new line has arrived. We will open our Cloak and Suit room Fridav with
a special sale. Mr. Harry Richards, representing H. Black & Co., makers of
WOLTEX Garments, will display his sample line
values surpass anything we have ever offered.
in this department. Our Cloak
Black Montenac, full Sntino lined, .
Kersey Htrup, imitation collar, a gar- JKS Sll
ment worth 8.50. Salo prico po.cV
American Mills Wool Korsey, .
full Satin lined, Satiu piping 11 very g1 Q QQ
handsome gurmeut yv.w
American Mills all Wool Korsey,
full Satin lined, inlaid with volvot,
imitation collar, stitched edge and .
and strap hack, double capo. A very C"1 Q f(
huudsomo garment tpxfliVV
Black Satlno Petticoats, G styles, .
worth 81.25 to 81.50. For Friday and R1 ff
relatives and .slinking hands with old
friend. He says that there will he no
bound corn mound Aiiseuno.
Mrs Eintnn Smith visited with her
daughter, Mm. Klllo Keed, Inst Mon
day. Frank Alios was in Guide Koek last.
I Monday purchasing lumber to build
feed boxes. He intends pulling some
Cattle on feed thin winter.
Mr. Mohlor has a load of steers in
hU foed lot.
The new pastor of the Inuviiio cir
cuit, Kev. Mr. Savior, pruiuhed very
interesting seuuons, both morning and
livening, to lai go audjenees, at Ash
Grove M. II eliuich hist Sabbath
...Eye and Eye Glass Care...;
15T us pilot you out of tlio inlsery and danger of overworked and
linpropetly treated eyesight into the rest and satisfaction or ro-
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ness to lit the one to the other. Wo know tlio Eye and lt needs
wo know tlio dangers that follow in U10 wake or defective Eyes and strain- jj
od vision. Our knowledge of tho Kyo and practical experience in the- 5
lltting of Glasses is at yrur service. Wo oMiuiiuo your eyes thoroughly,,
u scientillcally: tell you their exact condition, advise you what to do ntul J
Jjj grant you the privilege of doing as you ploaso. y v JJJ '
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Jjj Waiting nnd lioplnc nsver bottors nlllnc vlilon
J? - procrastination Is Ilia tliiel ol cood eyiMlcht.
7 lliocimnKO which coma to tha eya nro Co
Jr yond the power ol tho Individual to remedy.
JT Neglect to eIvb eye proper and timely cara 1
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A very littlo strain upon this dellcatn structure
soon exhausts Us dallcata nerve force.
When tha eya (Irst troubles, tha man ol sensa
knows there is need ol help, and stralgliway
EYE GLASS CARE.
V I .litl-lrl uimiIa KHr wlalrtn Arlh nr.t.pva.
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tlon ol what remains.
Wo bad n light rain Tuesday night.
Mr. Houchin is still bed-fast. Ho
does not seom to Improve much.
Mrs. Pearl Alios and family departed
last Friday for Algonia, Iowa, to visit
Two disciples of Josoph Smith, of
Utah, passed through tho town tho
for part of the week, circulating litera
ture In the interest ot the Morman
The hoot of the steam thresher Is
now heard in the south part of the
township, and we think the neighbors
are ffnrnerinc their cron of small grain.
rn.o...-v.H -. u, ...!., Mi.n nis mounter, n in now iiiiiruviuK.
M.'B. ohurch last Wednesday night th,0"gh he 8liU mnln h" Rrm in
under tho able leading of George
A little way Irom rlcht Is a ureal way wronir JJ'
with eye Klassns and spactacles. J
Wo make n study ol Individual needs and (Ix
tramasond lenses with exactness. . ,
Every appliance science lias devised Is aVour JJ
Every pair ot glasses must precisely suit the
wearer and us. JT
Each lens, each irama, Is thoroughly Inspected, i.
II there Is Haw or blemish It Is discarded,
Your eya classes are as Important as your T
eyesight is Important. Hare the skill, the will T
and the facilities to make them so, J
J Jewelers and Opticians. rep cloud, neb.
Amack. Interest seems to increase
with eve ty session of the band.
part nc4 sc4 11 410 1'
A D Karnes and wife to Adam
and dwatd Glebe, wd, nw4
4 4-12 lt00O
Clyde etlh left Monday for Chica
go, where lie goes to complete a courso
The wind Inst Friday night blow
down several wiiuluiillH and did con
siderable damage to stacks of grnin in
Miss Lizzio Mnrker, county supcrin.
teiident, visited tho school hero last
Dr. and Mrs. Koohlor were Hluo Hill
visitors one day this week.
R C.Chavolier roturned lat Friday
from St. Louis.
Miss Work visited at tho homo of 11
11. Hi'id Inst Sunday.
Dr. '.V'gmann wui a Blue Hill vin'tor
Arde 'J i vis of Hluo Hi'l spent Sun
i1h' w it It ln folks north of town.
O. H '1 'If una hts soli his house
and lot ir. the oast part "of. tins
Mr. Hogato l tiiit.il f"i ln'.tTin
day lor O.iiiloniia, wheni II-y go. to
spHinl ttiii wittier Tnoy intend going
to Oregon in tho spring.
Al Cox is putting down a new tubu
C.ish Keith and fnniily left tho fore
putt of the wiok for Cliiesgo, where
Mr. Ki'i'h goes to finish his courso in
H B lloyd and wife visited in Blue
Hill ono day last week.
Quito a number from this placo at
tended tho J. S White salo southwest
of Blue Hill.
Annio Bcetow has gone to California
to spend tho wintd ,
Mrs. Aldorson has gone -r a tn.inth's
visit with her mother d si-tor in
(jtorge Sdomon has moved Into tho
Gfsndsinff property, north of town.
Jake Mooro's father has moved into
the H-ifJmnr property, north of the
Clh-1', oldest son of Fred Heed, living
east of town, fell from the high rail
loud hridgo while going h i l.jm
school lust Wed uesdny. He was run
ning on tho end of tho ties and fell,
striking on his head, rendering him
uneonsoious for some time, and not
until Sunday did lie regain his right
mind. Ho is gottitig along us well as
could be expected.
Mr. Ytirno has moved into tho Rich
ardson property, in tho west part of
Tho Ohovalior Implement Co. will
have u car load of buggies on exhibi
tion at the Campbell street fair next
lfB. Colvin returned from Worton,
Kansas, last weeic and repotts a lino
conntry nnd line crops, and is contemp
lating another excursion in a fow
Jake Snltztnan and Hagnn stnrtod by
team to Decatur county, Kansas, Inst
A gun club has been organized hero,
A shoot is billed for Fridny, Tho Rod
Cloud club Is expectod to participate.
W. D. Hngan is building an nddition
to his homo in Stillwater.
Bert Knloy returned to Uuido Rock
A blind man gavo a musbnl outer
taintuontdh tho steot last evening.
Clarenoo Clark returned to Guido
Rock this morning.
E. Headly has moved into tho Crary
property recently vacated by Nov.
L. Young has moved into tho J.
Geo. Wilson of VostB, formerly of
this place, passed through herd lust
night on his way to Red Cloud.
O A. Edgorton of Hamburg, Iowa, is
looking after his interests hero this
E.E. Burr has his now barn com
pleted. I. B. Colvin sold thoBritton proporty
Wodncsdny to Joseph Doting ot Mt.
Ernest Gi oun recently fell from a
lond of hay nnd enmo nnur dislocating
Mm Ruth Oiiiircrln'n new hotol is
nearing completion. Tho work is be- Altlo B Swoezy and husband to
nc .tone bv It. 11. Allen. - O F Gund, wd, part lota 25 and
T f' II,iui. ..f lllitii Hill mntln n alwirt 20, bhick 14, BlltO Hill
Dr. Brown of Mt. Claro delivered a
tine sermon at the school house Sun
Thos Qiigglo was down to Red
Sam Nelson and his crew of eat pen
tors are kepi busy ihese days. They
have jtft cnmploud two barns for A.
II Stevens and a house for Mr. Hop-
The ChlcHgo Lumber Co 'a new yard
here is doing a lino business. It was
started in June. Arthur Baiiin, the
tuauiiger, is a rustling, energetic young
Clias E Vaughn and wlfo to Wnx
S Jnokson, wd, lots 1 to 0, bIRr
10, Uuido Rock OOOV
Warron Edson and wlfo to Al
beit II Koeney, qcd, so4 nw4
33 310' 50Oi .
Jnspor Smith visited with bis parents
Gilbert Roed was visiting with his
grandparents last Sunday.
Mr. Mohlor's family attondod services
at Maplo Grovo church last Sunday
Frank Amack is n guest at A, J.
White's. Wo wondor what magnet at
John Aaiack, of Ansolmo, is visiting
Real Estate Transfers.
Transfers tor week ending Wednes
day, Oittober 7, furnished by J 11,
Bailey of Webster County Abstract
Henry C Cutter and wife to Anna
B Wash, wd, lots 5, 0 nnd 7,
blocks. Cowies $ 87
Robert L Alyea and wlfo to
Mutid Fulton, wd, pt sw4 sw4
John Wost el al to S I) No45,wd,
Mortgages tiled, 81800 00
Mortgngos lolenned, 1500 0Q
Land Buyers' Excnrsta.
' Bnrguius iu pasture and hny land,,
improved and unimproved valloy and
upland farms In Valloy, Greeley, How
aul and Shotiuun counties. Fustnre
nnd farm lauds from $5 to 820 per acre..
From 8C0O to 8500 secures an improved.'
or i iver bottom farm.
Excursion will loavo Cowlos for
Loup City Tuesday, Nov 10, over B
& M R. K. Loup City and return,.
81 17, on this ditto only. Socuro a farmv
now and get landlord rent. Write for
patiiculars to A. H. Koeney, Cowies,.
To Cure A Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lots. All druggists refund tho monojn
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa
ture is ou each box. 25c
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THERE IS NO SIMSJirUTE:
SAVE MORE MONEY
lly wonrlnK totiKer with less expense,
us their iuer oil over the Country
arc dully proving, therefore ore the
MOST PROFITABLE TO BUY
Wt hiv th' foltovkl'H trnffr ro'nH Ctilcjgo,
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trtJl, Quebec, Murbrooke. I'. O . HP'l'ton, nt.
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