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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1906)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
$1 a. Year
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JANUARY 12, 190(i.
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a f Jiff"' i 'Jm'aS'v ftnhi'
Laces, Embroideries, Insertions at
Fancy Worsted, a good thing for
Children's school drosses, at'
15 and 25c
' Henriettas, 38 inches wide, at
30, 50 and 75c
15, 30, 50c and $1
Ladies' Cloth, 59 inches wide,
SI and $1.15
Brillantines, 38 in. wide, in white,
black and colors, at
A full lino of ready-mado Baby
Clothes, such as Cloaks, Jackets,
Drosses, Skirts, Vests, Stocking aud
Hoods, Scarfs, Fascinators, Mufflers and Ribbons
MOUSE, Dry Goods k Notions
Real Estate transfers.
Transfers f or wook ending Wednes
day, Dec. 20, furnished by J. H. Bailey
of Webster County Abstract company
State of Nob to A Roats all .5G-1
-lid 8 4800
Lincoln Land Co to James M
Lockhart lot 3 block G 1st add
to Bladen wd .'WO
Jos Olmstoad und wife to Lester
Cone s2 sw4 14-2-9 wd 2100
Mary E Simpson and husband
to A D Baker lots 12 3 8 0 and
10 block 8 Morey-add to Blue
Hill wd 192
C F Gund aud wife to Ben An
derson nwl and w2 no! 1-1-12
Bon Anderson and wifo to C A
Easterly sumo wd 72(0
C A Easterly and wifo to T J
Riggins w2 nwl 1 4-12 wd 2000
A L Burke and wif- to Mury V
Mercer lots 13 to lfi block
1(1 Rod Cloud wd 2000
Guido Rook cemetery to C P
Norris lota block 1G9 wd 15
Piatt it Frees Co to F A Good
Your wife and your
daughter need new
Dresses. We have
the goods to make
them look as well
or better than your
neighbor's wife or
are of the latest
patterns and the
If you are in doubt
as to what is suit
able we will aid
you in making a
Children's Golf Gloves in wool at
Ladies Golf Glovos in wool at
25 and SOc
Ladies' Golf Gloves, silk finish,
25 itnd SOc
Plain whito Handkerchiefs at Gc.
With hemstitched hem and row
of drawn work in center, 5c each.
Hemstitched hem with three rows
of open work in couter, 10c each.
Hemstitched hem with embroid
ered center, 15 and 25c each. Larger
ones at 35 aud 50u.
Children's Picture Hdkfs. at 5o.
The latest novelties In Side
and Back Combs.
lots 8 9 and 10 block 10 Cowles
Fred Werner aud wife to J A Mc
Callum lots 12 13 and 14 block
3 Speuco add to Bladtn wd . . . . 1000
H L Hopkins to Chas C Burnett
no4nw4 3-210 wd 500
State of Nob to A E Thomas o2
10-3-11 deed 3200
E R Shoror and wifo to F JGrico
o2 sw4 and w2 sol 30-2 10 wd. . 3G0O
F J Grico and wifo to Clara E
Shoror sumo 3000
J O Martin to C F Gund lots
lots 0 and 7 block 1G Bluo Hill
O F Gund and wifo to W A
Barnos same 150
C F Gund and wifo to A L Sou-
ohok block 9 Hoover add to
Bluo Hill wd 800
1st National bunk Bluo Hill to J
Rose w2 nw4 5 !t-9 wd 2990
A T Ormsby and wifo to Chas J
Piatt part nol swl 2-1 21 wd.. 1
W C Frahm Co Treas to W T
Bohror lots 15 and 1G block 20
Rod Cloud deed
Ladis' Turnover Collars at
12A, 15 and 25c
Silk embroidered wash collars, in
all black, all white and assorted
20 tO 60C
Lace Collars, iu all black and all
25 and 50c
Patent Leather Handbags at
Leather Handbags, wiih coin
purso inside, from
50c to $1.50
A good Handbag with two out
side pockets and two center pock
ets at GJo, 75o, 81.00 aud 81 50.
Mortgages tiled $10400
Mortgages released $5100
Walker S Bailey.
A. T. Waller und J. H. Bailey, hav
ing consolidated tholr business inter
ests from uow on will transact a gen
eral Real Estate, Abstract, Farm Loan
and Insurance businoss.
Thanking friends and patrons one
and all for past favors, wo still hope
for future oncouragoment and patron
age from you, and our ondoavor will
bo to trout all fairly and courteously.
Call and see us at Walkor's old
stand over Storey's Clothing storo.
A. T. Walkeh
J. H. Bailky
Broke a Rib.
Plmrloy Tumor, whllo working
about his burn Monday, fell through u
hole iu the hay loft floor aud struck
tho ground with sulliuiont force ro
break a lib in hli luff, side, Tho acci
dent will lay him up for a few weeks.
LIGHT AT LAST.
Electric Llftlit Bonds Carried by Over
That tho peoplo of Rod Cloud want
oleotrio lights, und want tho city to
o.vii them, was conclusively proven
whon tho votes w ro counted Tuesday
ovoning. Tho First ward, which is al
ways an uncertain quantity in any
oloction, gavo a majority of two
against tho bonds, whllo tho Second
ward gavo 11 majority of 93 for tho
bonds, making tho majority in tho oily
Tho total vote was 17G for und 85
against, or a littlo over 2 to 1 in
favor of tho proposition.
Another thing shown by tho oloction
is that tho peoplo havo conlldonco in
tho present city administration and
approvo tho measures that havo boon
adopted looking toward porinauont
improvements in tho city oven though
wo do havo to dig down in our pockets
and bring up a littlo oxtra cash. Tho
proper thing to do is to ro-olect tho
present city administration and give
thorn our hearty support in carrying
out tho improvements they havo in
augurated. Many of thoso who voted against
tho bonds did so because thoy feared
tho wator plant would not receive tho
attontion it neoils. Whllo tho water
service certainly stands in need of
improvement, wo boliovo tho first
thing necessary Is to ruiso tho water
rato to something liko a reasonable
basis. A rato of 50 cents per months
for 2500 gallons or less, with 20 cents
per thousand for all over that, is a
reasonable rato nnd would greatly In-
crcaso tho rovonuo from that source
and aid in improving tho plant.
Clean the Gutters.
Now that wo nro beginning to put on
metropolitan airs, wo suggest that tho
council pass an ordinance requiring
merchants to clean tho gutters in
front of their places of buslnoss, ton
distance of at least 12 to 15 foot into
tho street. This would require but
littlo extra labor, and would work n
great chungo In tho general appear
ance of tho streets. Occasionally
some merchant cleans tho gutter in
front of his store, which gives the ap
pearance of a whito spot on a black
background. But It is useless for ono
or two men to do this unless nil do, as
it only makes tho uncleanod portion
look so much worse.
Lot's clean up.
Charley Boal, son of I. S. Boal, was
brought boforo tho Insanity board
yestordoy and adjudged insane, nnd
was takon to Lincoln last night. Ho
became possessed of tho idea that by
Investing his monoy in oil stock ho
would soon become n millionaire.
Ho also had a mania for phonograph
music. Yesterday ho camo to town
and announced that ho was going to
California. Relatives mado com
plaint and ho was takon in custody by
Sheriff Hodge. It is thought his
malady is merely a tompornry aberra
tion and that a course of troatmont at
tho Lincoln hospital will soon restore
his mental faculties. His many
friends hope for a speedy recovery.
F. A. A. Officers.
Tho Fratornnl Aid association elect
ed tho following ofllcors last night:
President Mrs. C. H. Potter.
Vice Prosidont Mrs. Goo. Ne whouse.
Secretary Miss Clara McMillan.
Troasuror C. II. Pottor.
Chaplain Mrs. P. C. Phuros.
Guido Mrs. E. Wolsoh.
Guard Mis. O. C. Tool.
Overseer E. w olsch.
Trustee Mrs. Geo. Hutchison.
Afttr tho business iw otlng wiib over
those present indulged iu u lunch. As
tho majority of tho nowly elected olll
cors wero of Gorman doscont, limburg
or oheofro sandwiches formed tho prin
cipal part of tho bill of faro and was
especially enjoyed by tho ladles.
Special homesoekers' rates: greatly
reduced round trip ratos to tho North
Platto Valley and tho Big Horn Basin.
January 10th February 0th and 20th.
Loss than ono faro for tho round trip.
Low ono way and round trip rates to
points iu tho south and southwest
January Kith, February 0th and 20th.
Colonist ratos -Syeclally low ono
way colonist rates to points in Colo
rado, Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Idaho
Oregon, Washington and California,
February 15th to April 7th, Inclusive.
ilomesoeliors' excursion rates to
points iu Montana, Tdaho. Oregon,
Washington and British Columbia,
February 0th and 20th and March Gth
Send for froo foldors, descriptive of
irrigated lauds in tho North Platto
valley, the Dig Horn Basin, tho Bill
ings district and eastern Colorado.
Specify which j ou want.
To the sunny south: wintor tourist
ratos dally until April 30. Return
limit Juno 1, 1900
Writo mo just what trip you havo itr
mind and lot mo advlso you tho leuit
cost and tho best way to make it.
J. F EmvAims, agent.
List of letters remaining tine died
for at postotllco at Rod Cloud, Nb.,
for the weok ending January, 11, 190G?
Acton, Paul Greenwood, J. A.
Ingram, J. Phillips, H. S.
Schrinor, II. C. Whitoly, C. A.
Thoso will ln sent to tho dead letter
ollico Jan. 25, 1900, if not called for
boforo. Whon calling for above ploase
T. C. Hackkh, Postmusteiv
N. S. Rants was 47 yours of ago Tues
day and in honor of tho event Mrs.
Rants invited n small company of
frionds to suppor. Tho occasion was
Notice of Teachers' Examination.
Teachers1 examinations will bo hold
at Rod Cloud, Friday and Saturday,
January 10 and 20, 1900.
Nellie Gastric, Co.J3upt.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo quinine tab
lets. Druggists refund money if it.
fails to cure. E. W. Grovo's signature
is on each box. 25 cents.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itching, blind, blooding, protruding
piles. Druggist' aro authorised to
refund money if Puzo Ointment fulls
to euro in 0 to 14 days. 50 cents.
To Cure Scnra.
Scars are often very ugly things and
disagreeable marks when they exist It
a prominent pluce on tho Bkln. Prob
ably nothing cuu remove n big scar the
tissue of which has become fibrous
and unyielding, but the following;
recipe, to bo applied on lint nnd allow
ed to remain on the part for a littlo
time dally, will effect an Improvement
In small scars and blemishes: Borux,
one and a half ounces; salicylic acid,
twelve grains; glycerin, three drams;
rosewater, six ounces. Mix.
That man In there Is a hypocrite,"
said Jackson os ho loft the drug store-
"You mean the druggist?",
"Yes. When I went In I lutcrruptetl
him In tho midst of compounding a
proscription. I told him I wanted a
two cent stamp, and ho smiled as sweet
ly as If he was glad to see mo." Phila
A lrl noil Ilr Monrr.
"Do you believe in marrying u girl
for her money?"
"Not us a general thing, hut some
times that's tho only way you can get
It away from her." Cleveland Louder.
She KntMV IHh Secret.
"Tell mo honestly, now, Clurn, did
Harold contVss his love last night?"
"C'onfo! What do you think I inn,
a chief of police ?"-Mlhvaukee.lounuiL
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