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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1903)
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KMUbJoffP!!!eElCeter of tho
VOLUME XX xr.
6G0 Sf(. Feet of
18,000 So.. Feet of,
&. " .. '' '' v r wr nfi n r fi irf- 111 m mi .
Infants', all-wool Rubens Vests, ;
Child's Sleeping Garments, all-wool
fleeced, knit garment, for 2, 4, 6, S, 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 $1.25 respectively.
Silk Ginghams, per yard, 25c.
All-wool Challies. oer varrl. enr
Panama VVaisting (with
ing), per yard, 20c.
Kemnant 25c VVaisting,
Remnants Outing Flannel, for Night
Robes, regular 8 and 10c, at 6c yard.
We are showing the new Pompadour
I DAMAGE I
JJ in Adamscounty, Muy21th. J
For first-clnss insurnnco, "
J call on or address 5
I O. C- TEEL I
f BED CLOUD, NEB.
J. . HALE
Somo of tbo finest farms and
city property in Wobster Coun
ty, Nebrasku, for Biilo. Prices
i &&$ g por noro'
J. P. HALE,
Rod Cloud, Nebraska.
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"Satisfaction or Money Back."
Red Cloud, Neb.
Comb. This Comb does away with
hair rolls and old-fashioned rats. They
are antiseptic, practical and comfort
able, preventive of 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 yard or $2.75 per running vard.
bpecial, 9.12 all-wool reversible
bmyrna Rug. instead of $27.50 to $30,
first quality Rug, $22.50.
heavy fleec- Ribbons.
1,000 yards Ribbons, now, 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, 374c.
75c black Novelty Goods, 60c.
$1.00 black Novelty Goods, Sdc.
W. B. Householdor drovo to Uoo
liinii ono day this week.
Mrs. Win. Baker of Holdrodge is
vi-itingin this city.
Mr. Kico, who lived on his brother's
plnco the liiRtyo.tr, moved back to his
old homo in tho oastern part of tho
Mr. and Mrs. L. Clark havo returned
from a month's visit in Michigan.
Wash Keod went to Hastings Mon
day on business. Miss Bianoho Cox
lias clmrgo of tho store during his
M-s. I). O. Bonnott and Mr. T. J
Riggins havo returned fr.mi their visit
Dr. Koohler received a telegram
from Lincoln stating that bis brothor
was not expected to livo.
J. C. Hartman wont to Hasting
Saturday, reluming Monday. B. K.
Bowtrsox hud charge of his storo dur
ing hU at'simce.
Dr. Weguiiinn wont to Kansas City
last Saturday on business. Ho expects
to ho gouo about a work.
Wayne Reed and family were visit
ing in vt homo of J. W. Davis last
Mr. Moor.) moved into his proporty
which hu purehiisud of Mrs. Cramer.
Robert (Jnrris-on has r turned from
Illinois, whoro ho was culled hv ih
serious illnos of his sistor, who wan
injuiod in a runaway. Ho reports her
Dr. Fisk has been sick, but is somo
W. II. Barcus still has some apples
Counnty Clerk K. S. Oarber was
down from the county seat the Hrst of
the week looking af:or tho fence on his
farm. This tlmo his political foncos
needed no tixing.
Partios from Franklin, Neb., Bnd
from Hartley, Neb., were hero looking
at farms with I. B. Colvin last week.
Lots It to 10, Roberts' addition, and
lot 10, blk 1, Vance's addition, havo
changed ownership this week. There
Untied States. . Good
UEV CLOUD, NEBRASKA, NOVK.HKER 1:1, ti)();."
is quite a movement in resldenco pro
pertyhore. A Mr. Baker trom Iowa is here on
business with I B. Colvin in regard to
tho purchase of a farm.
C. T. Sherbachnr is Rettinir his now
building up on his lots, north of the
Christian church, which ho purchased
S. B. Nowmever is on tho sick list.
K. E Burr is in tho west buying cattle.
Good woathor for husking corn.
Threshing is about at an end.
W. 1). Hitgan has his now houso
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Uoeve,
November 5. a son. Dr. Frauklln of
Blvo Hill was in nttondanoo.
Rev. Prio.stloy will preach at Eeklnv
on Sundays nt a o'clock until a pei
inuiiont pastor Ins boon secured.
Mr. biehrass and his HH-dRinnt ri
Blue Hill wore down last Friday and
Saturday renairinifthe thrmlmr ..imlnn
owned by Messrs. CW.ier, Fishel and
Grandma Crozior's childorncathored
at tho homo of hor dauarhtor. Mrs.
David Fishel, in honor of her birthnay.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
,.BB h. Uveltn.
A very pleasant tnno was Im.l mid the
tabic was loaded with an abundance of
K-.m. u.i.,9 u, ,., 'I'liino present
were. I. R. Cr i.ier and f.unily, Mrs.
I.Tnlm K ii-ru.iL- .....I ..i.n i .. ... .. ,.
. zler ami family and Miss Gnuo Mender-
A good many will feed cattlo this
Mr. Hawkins and son Hon nm build
ing a now barn.
G. V. Hliinkonbaker raifoil lfiO
bushels of potatoes this toil-.
MiFsMnry MnCall and Miss .Tnsio
Nonis called on friends here last week.
Mrs. Guy Tonnant visited in rank
lin last week.
Tom Jones and Rob Mitchell each
raised a lino crop of potatoes this
Ivan Blankonnakerhnd tho mlsfor
tunelo havo a flngor-nail taken off in
the brake of a wagon.
Elmer Robinson has lumber on ihn
round for a now barn.
Merle FUher visited the sohool in dis
trict 30 Tuesdny.
The cold, freezing weather has hoAn
helpful to the gathering of tbo corn.
Jasper Smith is assisting S. (;. RfBn.
ser in gathering bis corn crop.
TheweeKly family prayer meeting
was held last Fridav nloht at thn hnm
of J. C. Taylor.
Mrs. Emma Qtnith was quite ill with
a cold tho" Hrst of the we"ek but Jb
Thero was a good attondnuco at tho
Wednesday evening prayer meeting at
tho M E. church. Mr. Honry Parsons
led tho'.)rclses. Tho word selected
for tho noxt Scripture toxt was 'Truth."
The Danftllnft Veil.'
Havo you noticod tho way women
aro wearing thoir voils now-ndnys,and
how, as a feature deigned to cover
the face, they havo lost their signiU
canco? Years ago, tho veil moaut some
thing. It meant a filmy lexturo of boium
kind, worn as a protection from wind
Thero wore veils and veils, but they
wore all worn as a covering for tbo
But now ono is obliduod to ask tho
conundrum: When is a veil not a veil?
and tho uuswor comos back: Whon it
is a drapery.
A year or so auo,somo bright, keen
thoughtod woman discovered a littlo
while before tho ond of tho season,
that her hat was gotting uncommonly
shabby, and to hllo tho ravage mado
upon it by tho Rummer suns mid rains,
sho covered it up with a veil, and let
tho ends float out. nt tho back, and
that is tno way tbo fashion originated.
Tbo hit and tho veil today aro
Tho voil, from its Hrst use or boing
simply twined uround tbo hut. In h
grown into tho most voluminous pro
portions. As soon on tho hat of tbo un tu-dido
girl touoy, it Is tho paramount foaturo
of that most alluring adornment of
rair women, and to seo a lot of tlmm
tripping down PottUoat Lane with
thoir voils streaming out in tho air
makes ono think or n clothes ino filled
with clothes drying in a brisk breeze
Thoso dainty tissuos aro put upon
the hat in ovory conceivable manner,
but tho very latest takes tho cake.
In somo doxtorous ninnnor it is so
arranged that it fulls in n straight lino
down tho direct sides of tho faco, and
somehow, insensibly, brings to the
mind, dismal thoughts of weeping
willows, and tombstones with wido
winged angols depicted thereon, and
all sorts of uncomfortabe, chilly feel
ings. Fashionable woman has decreed
that the voil is tho thing, and any ono
of them, who can not rako uo a bit of
something, from a Brussols not down
to tho draggled end of a laco curtain,
might as well keen olf the street.
for they can not hope to bo in it or if
it If they havo not somo sort of n dangl
ing curtain to enchanco (?) tho charm
of sparkling oyos and piquant foatu. i 1. 1
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?--.Eye and Eve
ET us pilot .you out of tho misery and danger (,r overworked nnd
TltirW.WW . ' .ai.dsatisracimnor're!
......... ."... ..u iiii.iuinuiiiii K,yos i mi tiyo (J nsscs our bus -
ness to lit the ono to tho other. Wo know the Kvo mill IU ... k .
wo know tho dangers that follow i the wako of derectiv, E ves ami straln-
Mi.h!H,0lJ7-iO,lr ",Mw,"Ko of tbo Kyo and pracll I oxporiS cc In tho
I. M.I,)Slv.8T. Sllt J'""' '-vico. Wo e.vamil.o your "yes U ,n, ,g y,
urn t vo . the nSliC ,ff,0iIPi 0XIW,t w,l""t,. 'h'l you what to do . iu
giaui j on mo privilege of doing as you pleaso. - -y. v v
waiiing nnd hopinu nevsr botlers Blllnif vision
J .t "" whlch como ,0 tho ea nro b
y, yond ha power ol tho Individual (o remedy.
y, Neglect to R0 oyes proper and llmely caro Is
V 8'Ponslblo lor much oi the president day eye
y. .. .-.j. ....iu ..iu.li uiuil IIIIS UOIICHia
y, soon exhausts Its delicate nerve force
A very little itraln upon this delicate structure
When the eye lirst troubles, the man of tense
knows there is need of help, and stralshway
Let iis aid you to better vision or the preserva
tion of what remains.
t Jewelers and Opticians. red cloud, neb.' S
What Were SmH T the Plain.
What wore tho words uud the musio
to them, in which tho creators or tho
west, between 1850 and 1880 suug thoir
k?j!LH njjd foni-8, their fuu nud jokos,
their joys and sorrows, their loves nnd
What were tho songs or tho oarly
pioneers of tho Argonauts or Mil, ortho
gold seekers or "Pike's peak or bust,"
of tho sheep herders, tho cowboys, tho
rangers, tho cattlemen and horsemou,
of tho Indians and tho half breeds, of
the frontier settlers, their women and
. If you know any of theso old songs,
eitlior words or music or both, please
send same to me, In part if you can't
remember them all. No matter how
tiivail the snatch, rhymoor ditty, joke,
story or wit, let mo havo it. Photo
graphs, pictures or prints of thoso old
times aro also desired, especially folks
in their working clothes Instead of
Sunday best; also stories and exper
iences of those days, clippings from
local papers of old settlor's experien
ces, etc. Everything carefully returned
if requested. Anything unique in tho
way of songs among guides and cow-
2825 Kecley St.,
Ciiicaoo, Ili.., Oct,, 2, 1902.
I suffered with falling and con
gestion of tho womb, with sevcro
pains through the groins. I suf
fered terribly at the timo of men
struation, lmil blinding headaches
and rushing of blood to tho brain.
What to try I knew not, for it
boo mod that I had tried ail and
failed, but I had never tried Wine
.of Cardui, that blessed remedy for
Bica woiiicii. i luwiHi u imjiisuia
to take and eoon knew that I had
tho rigid medicino, New blood
seemed to course through my veins
and after using eleven bottles I
was a well woman.
lln. Bush is now in perfect
health becauno sho took Wine of
Cardui for menstrual disorders,
bearing down pains and blinding
headaches when all other remedies
failed to bring her relief. Any
offerer may secure health by tak
ing Wine of Cardui in her home.
Tho first bottle convinces the pa
tient sho is on the road to health,
For advice in cases requiring
special directions, address, giving
symptoms, "Tho Ladies' Advisory
Department," The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tcna.
EYE GLASS CARE.
A little way from right Is n great way wrote
with eye glasses and spectacles.
We make a study of Individual needs and fix
frames and lenses with exactness.
Everv annllAnr.A r.lnnri !. HmuI.. u .. ..... .a.
Every pair of glasses must precisely suit the
wearer and us. ,M
Each lens, each frame. Is thoroughly Inspected.
If (here Is flaw or blemish It Is discarded.
Yourvfi olac ar M..... -. Ml
eyesight Is Important. Here the skill, (ha will
l the facilities to make them to.
i make them to.
boys nt present or during tho past 10
years, will also bo wolcomod. Lot us
worktogother In collecting tho folk
loro nnd music of a poriod uniquo in
history that linn gone never to return.
Pleaso address immodltntoly, Herbert
Myrlck, Editor Orange Judd Farmer,
land Buyers' Excursion.
Hargains in pHsiuro and hay land,
improved nnd unimproved vnlley and
upland farms in Valley, (Jreoloy, How
ard and Shormun counties, l'astuio
or river bottom farm.
Excursion will leavn Cowles for
Loup city Tuosday, Doc. 1, over B
& M. K. K. Loup City and return,
$1.17, on tliis date only. Secure a farm
now and got landlord rent. Write for
particulars to A. H. Koonoy. Cowles.
W hen you havo been a guest so lorg
that tho hostess quits apologizing for
tho spots in tho tublo cloth, your, woj
como is worn out.
Dr. Bojlo, pastor of tho Presbyter
inn church, says ho is afrtid to tako
olf his clothes mid go to bed at night;
his wire is making a rag carpet, nnd
ho caught her looking o'osoiy at his
everyday suit. Atchison (ilobo.
We are heaJquarters for j b print
ing of nil kinds,
WEAR SOLID GOLD
THE GREAT MAJORITY
OF MEN WEAR
Just as stylish and hand
somo as all-gold ones, wear
just as long, and a good
deal cheaper. Thev are
guaranteed to give entire
BHusiocuon to tuo wearer.
Jewelers and Opticians,
Red Cloud, Nob.
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