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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1903)
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Red Cloud, the Geographical Center of the United States, a Good Place to Live In.
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RED CLOUD, XEliRASKA. NOVEM1JEK 0, 1!0U.
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Rubens Vests, 35
Child's Sleeping Garments, all-wool
fleeced, knit garment, for 2, 4, 6, 8, 10
year old, 60c.
Children's wool fleece Underwear,
15c for size 16 and 5c rise per size.
Fancy Mohair, white in fancy pat
terns, stripes and dots, 38 and 44 inches
wide, 60c and $1.25 respectively.
Silk Ginghams, per yard, 25c.
All-wool Challies, per yard, 50c.
Panama Waisting (with heavy fleec
ing, per yard, 20c.
Remnant 25c Waisting, 15c.
Remnants Outing Manuel, for Night
Robes, regular 8 and 10c, at 6c yard.
We are showing the new Pompadour
Comb. This Comb does away with
hair rolls and old-fashioned rats. They
are antiseptic, practical and comfort
able, preventive ot headache. 30c.
Scotch Linoleum, 12 feet wide, hand
some pattern. Superior to narrow
widths for covering kitchens and din
ing rooms; no seam in center to show
wear. Ingrain carpet pattern, 75c
square yara or $2.75 per running yard.
Special, 9-12 all-wool reversible
Smyrna Rug, instead of $27.50 to $30,
first quality Rug, $22.50.
1,000 yards Ribbons, new, crisp,
washable, Taffeta and Fancy Novel
ties, suitable for neck and hair ribbons.
Instead of 20c and 25c. we make the
Dress Goods Section.
50c black Novelty Goods, 37c.
75c black Novelty Goods, 60c.
$1.00 black Novelty Goods, Sdc
Cl'tH, Ai buckle mill Iim crew of cur-
, pentirs liuvo ubotil complete 1 hU lii.c
new retideneo. l.uf Kiiznilil,
' (J hurley Lctizlo:' mill Will Soiilincr
luvo been doing tlii! will;. Tlii' latter
two nro Bed Cl-md eniiir.ietui.s ami
builder, am! Ii:tvu done In go amount
of work ill. j past Minnm-i-, including
tht) bun key Bros, bi barn twid tsi.o nt
I.. L. Do Hurt of Bed Cloud visited
wiili Ins daughter, Mrs. J. W. Cor
bit, tlio latter pari ot lust week
Joan mill Frank Witwer put up a
now windmill for Mrs. Kiuli Dttvis.
Tuey nlo niadu a well lor Uiorgu
MuumforU and will cicct u w 11I111UI
for li ui.
Property fold well nt Fr.ink Smith's
salt). jM.A. Ciiloof White Hock ami
James Adaius of L luiion weiu tho
V. H. Uosencians sold twenty bend
of cattie nntl some bogs to a man ou
Allen Cnrpcti ter bought several bead
of cattle at Frank Smith's sal-.
Char. Barrott si Id some of bis stock
hog tor 7o a pound and has ouougb
left io eat up quite a good crop of our
30 cent coru.
Corn busking bas begun In earnest.
Some hunkers are getting 185 a month,
instead of busking by the bushel, as is
f ...Eye and Eye Glass Care...!
HT us pilot, vou nut of the misery nnd iliiiiiter of overworked and a,
improperly treated eyesight. Into tlio rest and sntlsl'iu't Ion of nt- i
stored vision. Wo understand Eyes nnd Eyo Glasses our busl- J
ness to tit tlio 0110 to tlio other. Wo know tlio K.vo mid its needs - u.
i wo know tlio dangers that, follow in t ho wnko of defeetivo Eyes and strain- 0
Jr ed vision. Our knowledge of tlio Hyo and practical experience in tlio JJJ
lining ni liliissus Is ut yrur service. Wo oxmnino your eyes thoroughly,
seleutilleiilly: tell you their oxuc.t condition, advlso you what to dcuuirt i
grunt you tho privilege of doing us you please. v v tJ
TliA rkHitA uttllt fnma tl tlln kk a In
hid kiiuiikd nuivu wuiiiq m inw ujd aid ua
T vond the Dowar of tho Individual to remertv.
JJJ Neglect to rIvo eyes proper and timely caru l
T responsible (or much ol the president day eye
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WallinR nnd hoping nivor belters aillnc vision
-procrmtin&tion IS the Ihlel ol Rood eyesight.
f soon exhausts Its delicate nere force.
T When the eye first troubles, the man ot sense
Tf knows there Is need of help, and stralghway
JT Rets It.
T Let us aid you to better vision or the preserve-
y lion ol whM rHmitlni.
A little way from right Is a ureat way wrccc
with eye glassos and spectacles.
Wo make a study of Individual needs and fit
names and lenses witn exactness.
Every appliance science has devised Is at our
Every pair of glasses must precisely suit tht JJ,
wearer and us. SI
Each tens, each frame, Is thoroughly Inspected. T
If there is Haw or blemish it Is discarded, 7
Your eye glasses nro as Important as your J
eyesight Is Important. Here the skill, the will T.
and the facilities to make them so.
NEWHOUSE BROS. I
J Jewelers and Opticians. red cloud, neb.
Winter is Coming
and you will want a warm pair of SHOES.
1 have what you wan in cither Ladies' or
All sizes, extra large or extra small. Now
is the time to buy your Arctics. I have
now a larger stock of
Arties, Rubber Boots, German Socks,
etc., than 1 ever had before. I make a
specialty of extra large sizes of SHOES
sizes up to ii, 12 and 13.
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Alvn Minors now lions i is about com
pleted. Mr. mid Mrs. Rilph Petora hnve
moved to a furin n'Jtir town.
Tho 1) of II niuotH for prnctico on
Mrs. Curt Evans, who has linen visit
int; with hor sister, Mrs. J. V. Kobln-
s in Ikis leturned to lior homo in lied
Mr mid Mrs. Wllhnr Hamiltou will
ni-k'i tli'dr hoiiin in Guide Hock.
The numbers of tho Chi istnln church
will oHebratn the minivorsmy of tlieir
oru.'tni. ttion loiuoirow. A dinner will
he served to tho membors nnd their
Tho lliptist indies pavo 11 supper
olection liny antl uniio a tulce littlx sum
of nionoy wus added to tho church
Mrs. Ciilds hns gone to Nuckolls
county to visit ftiinds and relatives.
Mf. Uruner litis pureh ised a farm in
Jackson county, Kunsiin.
Mr. lintbakor is tinishiiw np a lino
njw rcsidoico for Lon Higan,
A, C. Uon hid tho misfortune to lose
four head of yearling steers, by the
Fred Bon hns sold his farm on
I'onnry creek to Mr. l'eteron forSl,8,0
We aio sorry to havn Mr. Peterson mid
his exeellout family leave this neigh
borhood. Mrs. A. C. Hon was called to Jewell
county. Kansas last ivoik to attend
tho fuuoral f a liit'o3-yar-old grand
child. She was the youngo it daughter
of Mr. nnd Mis John Siuuderson.
U'ho Saladen brother's hnd to stop
ihejr UiiO'ihinK work at S.imuel
llrttner's lint Friday owing to tho rain.
A. C. B'Hi W siifl'oring from a nervero
attiut of rheiimiitifm.
The other day a man
brought in for reoair 1
Cordon & Ferguson Raccoon
coat tnat he had Douont
20 years affo-
wear a long time.
Buy of your dealer! If he cannot supply you we will '
tell you who can Gorton tergujsanst.yaw.iwnn.
is n pleasant recreation,
is inviorHtlng and is 11
hoaUliful pastime, and
for 11 pleasant liour'n
iimuseniont notliing is
more inturebtiug limn u
gtuno or two ut the : : :
flpex Bouilinq Alleys
W. L. MoMILLAN,
Ohoico Tobaooos ond Cigars
Always on Hand
Mr. nnd Mih I. MeNuIr were in lUue
H 1', TiuifMliiy.
Miss Anna Biiiovv is liniiio from
llev. Willi' Ih eonduetin' n-vival
meetings at New Virginia thU w:uk.
Mr. nnd M's. Cutis. Spunco visited
hero this week.
Dave Tammeu nud wifo wero called
to Prosor tlii 4 vvchk on iicenunt of tho
illiM si of Mr. Tamnioii'd bnithor.
Tho infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Diihhs of Hogarth, win hive been
visiting nt tho homo of Kll Cox, died
l.iat Friday evening alter it short illnnsH
IN EVERY STYLE.
Tho Bon Ton is
stylo on bhort
for cold weather served at
tho soda fountain, Catering
for parties mid dances.
I The Bon Ton
W. S. BENSB, Proprietor. I
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. pfejb
Seven MDllon boxes sold In past 13 months. This Signature, V-' ' JTV
fa Two Dyg.
Stock and,, poultry havo few
troubles whicb nro not bowel and
u ., irrnnlnrhies. Dlack-
' Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine-
is a bowel and liver rcmwly
for stock. It puts tho organs of
digestion in a perfect condition.
U'rorainem Amraiwu ; "
V farmers keep their herds nnd flocks
; healthy by giving them an occa
rf'sional doso of Blrwk;Draught Stock
''And rouitry Aiouicine iu vuuir
.itood. Any swck rawer way uuy
tvrAnt hiilf-Dound air-tiuht can
vol this medicino from his dealer
'sand keep his stock in vigorous
health for weeks. Dealers gencr-
ally keep Black-Draught Stock and
tOUllry JHCUICIHU. JIUUJO AKjm
.nnt. lend 25 cents for a sample
Jean to tho manufacturers, Tha
;i Chattanooga Medicino Co., Chat-
IlocuBLLB, Q A., Jan, 80, 102.
DUwk-Drught Stock and Poultrr
ModlctnoU tho bett I eor tried. Out
toek vu '.ooklngbad when you s:nt
mo tho modtclno anu now iney r
getting so one. They aro looking 39
. ear cent. Utter.
I ; T 8. P. BBOCKINQTON.
Wednesday, Nov. II,
At 10 o'clock a. m. Having Hold my farm, 10 miles south or Hod Cloud nml (I
miles north and 1 !j miles east of Lebanon, I will sell at public salo tho follow
ing describe property:
82 HEAD of STOCK.
IIOKStiS AND CATTLK -.'I work mares, 1 yearling colt, 11 cows, 2 two
year old hoifors, 4 yearling steers, I steer calves, 1 bull calf, 5 heifer calves;
also 5(1 SIIOATS, weighing from (!0 to 100 pounds.
One stuck oats, sonio millet and prairie hay, 1 now wagon, 1 top buggy, !.
riding cultivator, 1 walking cultivator, 1 steel harrow, two listers, 1 stirring
plow, 1 corn planter, I hay ruck, 1 mower and rake, 1 sot double harness, 1
single harness, 1 buggy harness, 1 sowing machine, 1 bureau, 2 clothes closotK,
1 dish closet, 1 extension table, 20 dozen chickens, household and kitchen fur
niture and ninny other articles too numerous to mention.
BOO bushels of old Corn Will make good soed.
TERMS OV SALE -A credit of 12 months will bo given on all sums over
?.r, purchaser giving note drawing 10 per cent interest, and approved security.
Sums of $f and under cash; 2 per cent oil' for cash on sums over $5. There
i will bo lunch ou the ground.
COL. WINFREY, Auctioneer.
Election went republican over hero,
Mrs. Sutherland was the guest of
Mrs. Wlldey this week.
Mr. Wildoy iniulo a business nip to
Ij. F. Hutchisoi is doing some car
penter ivorK forSeuh Hosencrans,
Tho roads to Hud Cloud uro almost
Mr. and Mrs, James Keaglu altmded
the stock fate nt the Moon much on
F. D. Hutchison, and wifo aro con.
tcmphtlng removing to Atkauats foi
tho benefit of Mrs. Hutchison's health.
Amos Gust has closed tho road on
Advertised Letter List.
List of letters reinainiiig uncalled
for at posaollleo at Bod Cloud, Nob.,
for thy week ending Nnvombor 5, 1003:
MeCiystal, AE Suhegg, Ilelon
Thuso will bo sent to tho dead letter
olllce November 11), 1903, if not called
for before, When cnlliug for nbovo
ploaso say "advertised."
T. C. Haceii, Postmaster.
Get your Job work ut this oflioo
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