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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1903)
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Red Cloud, the Geographical Center of the United States, a Good Place to Live In.
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The day of family reunion and Thanksgiving Is at hand. In the dining
room win be gathered an tne family to take pare in mis great reasi. 10
make this Thanksgiving one to be long remembered It Is essential that the
surroundings be pleasant and attractive.
FURNISHING FOR THE DINING ROOM.
Newest Effects! Best Values!
42 inch top Ash Table, 6, 8, 10, 12
feet lengths, 3 inch leg. Ten foot
Other values at $6.00 to $21.00.
Solid Oak diner, cane seat, set 6, $5.
Solid Oak diner, cane seat, set 6, $6.
Other grades, $7.50, $9, $10.50, $12.
Solid Oak sewing chair, $1.35.
Solid Oak, cobbler seat, rod
Fancy Rockers, $2.50 to $9.
Colvin, WViliMiMliiy. Hti liutl adjusted
11 loss of SI 000 on i A 11 o which hud
bttincd ai Distwiek '1 liN company is
prompt lom'just liss s
II. B Hunter bough' n Ivans is faun
lust week uuil sold it again 0,1 Satin
dny. Joseph Doming has moved over
troin Mt Clniu,
Quito ix iiumbm'of cuttla have died
nf Ml (ilk poisoning in this vicinity re-o.omly.
It. A. Konyon is stopping with Ins
soii-in-law, A. Sides, n( this place.
O. L. Duiihnr nnd wifo expett to
start to eastern Kinsas, for n visit tlio
last of th' wouk.
II Circles and daughter Lona wcio
over from Nelson tlio lirst of tlio wooK.
J. B Guy has nnived with his goods
nnd (-took from Iowa anil will mako
this hia futuro homo.
Dr. J. F. Bradshaw was up from
Superior tho tlrst of tlio week.
A. Mr. Hillinger, from Central City,
was here yesterday on business.
Joseph Leggett was ovr from North
There was a dance at Mooro's Hall
Quito a lot of lumber is being sold
Attorney L. H. Blackledge wan down
from Bed Cloud on business Wednes
i ...Eye and Eye Gloss Care...:
ET us pilot you out. of (ho misery mill danger of overworked nnd
Improperly treated oyoslglit into tlio rest and KiillHiiietinn 01 ro-
stored vision. Wo understand Eyos nnd Kyo Glnnson our bust-
noss to III tho 0110 to tho other. Wo know tlio Evo nnd Its needs - u
h wo know tho dangers that follow In tho wnko or dofoi'tivo Eyes and Ht rain-
J ed vision. Our knowledge of tlio Kyo nnd praetieal experience in tho
jjj llttingof (Bassos Is iityrur service. Wo iixiiinliio your eyes thoroughly.
ti seieiitilleullv: tell von their n.viiet. condition, niivlso von what to do and W
gnuit you tho privilege of doing as you pleaso. V V v Jjj
JJJ Wnltlnc and hoping naver betters alllni; vision
Jf nrocrnMlnatlon is Ills thief ol cooii eyesight.
Jr Tlio change which coma to tha eyn nro Im
JJ yond tho power ol the Individual to lomedy.
J? NeRlact to Rlva eyes propar and timely caro Is
T responsible lor much o) tho president day eyo
EYE GLASS CARE.
A littla way Irom rlaht Is a ereat way wrong
A u.rw hftl frln unAn thl rlftllmtn tfrurtiirM
!? soon ehausts Its delicate nerva force.
When the eye first troubles, the man ol sense
help, and straightway
Let us aid vou to batter vision or the preserva
tion ot what remains.
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with aye elasses and spectacles. Jf
We mako a study of individual noeds and fix i,
frames and lenses with exactness.
Every appliance sclonca has devised Is at our t
Every pair ol classes must precisely suit tho
wearer and us. Jj,
Each lens, each frame. Is thoroughly Inspected. T
It there Is flaw or blemish It Is discarded. Jj
Your eye glasses are as important as your Jf
eyesight is Important. Here tha skill, the will T
and the facilities to make them so. S
NEWHOUSE BROS. I
Art squares, 2 2-3, 3x3, 3x3 1
in cotton warp and all wool.
Cotton warp at 60c sq. yard.
All wool at 75c sq. yard.
9x12 feet reversible all wool Snwr
na Rug, good value at $25. Thanks
giving price $22.
Jewelers and Opticians.
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Three Days' Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
All linen, half bleach, 68 in. wide, Thanksgiving sale price, 50c.
10 patterns, all linen, bleach and half bleach, regular $1.25 goods, per yard, 98c.
Napkins to match a number of patterns.
FOR THE TABLE.
The grocery rooms contain the cream of months of preparation for Thanks
giving time. New Fruits, Nuts, etc. The best qualities obtainable in gro
Lowney's Candies--" Name on every piece."
Kino wtmihur for husking corn. Tno"
yield U fair, but tho quality not so
good ns usual.
Will Isoii), Jr , has returned to this
vlcini'y and is husking corn for San.
A Mirpr'uo party was given Un
Thursday at Will Cr.).iors In honor ol
Miss Grace Ilendoison's eight ounth
birthday. Miss Henderson 'was tho
veciplfjnt of a nuuibir of handsome.
Jom Hritton, who has been working
for Harry Hoevo, near Guido Hock,
has takon up his abode for the winter
at It Ii, lJenntiv'd.
Mr. Waller of Cowles thruthed for
Cling and Furq'ititiur last week. Thoro
was a break-down at Frtiqunhar's that
deldyod the wor; Aomewliat,
Hnvny nurtou and in ither, from
North 13 'finch, Kan , who wen viilting
at John HnrtonV, 8tiiitd homo Sun.
day morning. The tongue of tho buggy
came down, tlio team stariod to inn
and landod in n wire fence, brraklng
tw-i posts and cutting tho borjes a
John Miller of Dresden, Kan., was
in thh vicinity a few days visiting
relatives. A family reunion w.ih hold
nt Dive Fishel'M 011 Sunday at wlneh
thirty-iovon woio present. All did
ample justice to tho dinner. Mr. Mil
ler left on Tuesday for IiIh wostern
home going by way of Jewell county,
K'insas, to visit other lolatives.
Mrs. I'rhthiloy and Mrs. Minnpr of
Guido Il'ii'k wore in this vicinity M in
day soliciting chickens for tho bonulit
of tho M. E parsonage, and secured
quite a number.
L. Keith of Hasting! was doing busi
ness iu this city Monday.
A. Henry nnd family of Rowland
woro visiting at A. Reed's last Sunday.
Dr. VVegmann fpont Sunday in Hluo
Mrs. Spriugfr and Mrs. Soirles
drove over to Blue Hill last Monday.
Mrs. D. H. Clatk returned to her
homo at Campbell nftnr visiting h r
parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams.
1) Greig and wito were visiting at
the home of Wm Stately last Sunday.
Miss Mary Souoheck is visiting her
parents nt Dnweese.
Mr. and Mrs. Uartlntt and daughter
Myrtlo left last Tttvbday evening for
California, whero they go for tho bone
fit of Myrtle's health. They oxpect to
bo gono uutil Juno.
M, H Hoffman returned homo from
Grand, Island where ho had been visit
iug his daughter Klt-le.
J. C Hnnman, accompanied by I).
Greig, drove down to Red Cloud last
A. Hood Jrovo down to Rod Cloud
Monday, returning Tuesday. C Fins,
who has been threshing in tins neigh,
borhood, neoompanied him down there,
having ilnhhed threshing for this fall.
Miss Grace Hall camo home Tuesday
evening to spend Tliankrglving with
bee parents at thi3 place.
II. Pounds iinishod shucking corn
Ttiero was no school hero Thanks
giving, the teachers wishing to spend
Thanksgiving at home, and they also
decidod not to lnve school Friday, giv
ing them two days' vacation,
Mr. McCoy and family camo over
from Blue Hill Wednesday to Hpoul
TliHiiksgivlng wiih Mrs. McCoy's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. liiadley.
visit horo. He likes this couutry and
may dooido to move out here.
Mit Steel, who was held up and
assaulted one night Insfveck, formerly
lived in this neighborhood.
Iluvey Dedriek of Rid Cloud is
plastering O Atbucklu's new house.
A brother of S N Potter is hero on n
visit from Iowa.
Allen Carpoutor rpcolved a tolegriim
ftoin Frank'lti staling that his aged
mother was vcr7 sick und left immedi
ately for that place.
J. F. Fruit and tons aro still thresh
ing up no ir the hoail of this creeic. It
Heems to be rather Into for that kiud of
Law Miller nnd family, from
A. K. Wilson, special agent of the
State Insuiaiice Co, of Oinalia, was
visiting their agont at this place, I, B.
Threshing and gathering corn h tho
order of the day.
Mr. Largont, a wealthy fanner of
Rockford, III , a brother of Mrs. Will
Rosencrans, and his family, hnvo re
turned to tholr home after a ttvr days'
Wait" Rock, Kin , weui visiting nr-
qiaintances on our crocK iasi cunuin.
They am tolling a joko on the
Lebanon hog buyer. He heard hogs
wore high in Usd Cloud and fcont ovor
a load of his poorest grade to test the
maiket. Ho got 25 cents a bundled
pounds more than IheLubnu'in maiket
paid und found tlui'. If ho had H'tnt his
boU howotild havo got f0 to GO e.outs
more than he was paying.
There Ins been consldirablo dismis
sion aluut the manner of plauting
alfalfa. S mo say to plow doup, while
otheis f ivor fnllow-plowingtho ground
that is, (5 inches with each plow,
making a total of 11 inches. Tno
writer has experimental with it. and
ilndslhat any soil in the western coun
iry, except siiuil, will dry out dining
the fall months as deep as plowed.
Now land was broken to sow the next
spi lag and it was well lotted. An un
broken Mirirn of about one acre was
left In the middle, and at sowing timo
in April part of it was backset and
harrowed and tin middle bqtiaio
In oki 11 and disked, after which it was
all sown and liutiMwcd. it all camo
up alike, and an extra stand, nnd in
one year you could not see Hie dilTur
once in land.
Tin drinking cups woro deposited in
the mail boxes Tuesday bv the Cow
den K-tley C 1.
Clircimo nnd Cr Rood camo out
to visit their grandparents Monday
The toot of the attain thresher is
again calling tho laborers of tho east
ern part of the township to their
Mr. Young of Beatrice was driving
through ths vicinity last Saturday and
spent tho uight at the homo of A. E.
Wednesday nt tho homo of tho
bride's pirents, Mr. Frank Amaek and
Miss Grace White were united in tho
holy bonds of wedlock. A select citclo
of the friends of tho contracting par
ties were present to witness tho nup
tials. The young couplo aro well ami
favorably known and their many
friends wldi them a piosporous voy
age over life's tempestuous sen.
John Coon has employed another
nun to husk coin.
Wigglus is helping William
William Kent is laid up with an in
jmod limb, which had apparently
healed, but the trouble has brokeu out
Mir. Vance MeCall, who has bom
visiting in 1'oiiusylv.inia, returned
home last week.
Mr Oliver Sutton sold a lino span of
mu u colts for one bundled and ten
dollars not long ago,
Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Jonos to ik dinner
with Mr. Wartlien und family, Mou
thy. A nuinbor of our young folks ntt ml
the entertainment at Inivalu Saturday
J C. Holcomh has boon ill with 1 licit-m.'ili-m
for the lust few days.
Mis Alice Mills is staying with her
father, who is very sick.
Land Bujcrs' Excursion!
Bargains in paMuro and hay land,
Improved uliI unlmptoved valley und
upland farms in Valley, Grooloy, How-
aid and Sherman counties. 1'iuturo
or river bottoni.fnnn.
Excursion will leave Cowles for
Loup City Tuesday , Hoc. 1, over B
& M. R. R. Loup City and return,
$1.17, on this date only, Securo a farm
now and got landlord rent. Write for
particulars to A. H. Keeney, Cowles,
Suggestions for Xmas Shoppers
Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines, Picture Frames and Rugs. Special Sale on Rockers,
. Easels, Screens and Jardiniere Stands, Ladies' Desks, Music Cabinets, Hat and Plate Racks, a
ALBRIGHT BROTHERS, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
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