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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1908)
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A Newspaper That fihcs The News Flfiy-twa H'csks Each Year For Onr. Dollar.
RED CLOUD, NKHKASKA, S13PT HM III3H 25, 1008.
PENING the good clothes season for fall, with such a fine
line of goods as we have ready for you, is like cutting a
fine, big melon; everything in it is good, and there's enough for all of us. : '
Hart Schaffner & Marx
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have made for us this season the best lot of clothes we have ever offered our friends.
There are a lot of new fabrics; and the new colors are as varied and attractive as
ever. Browns are again a notable feature; tans and grays are very prominent; they're
woven in stripes and plaids and other attraictile patternf, in an almost endless variety.
New models and new kinks in style; new ideas in patch pockets, buttoned flaps
and that sort of thing; you'll find just what suits you. In dark goods also; blue serges
and black thibets and the like, we'll show you the right things.
Drop in and look at some of them. Let us show you
what a fine suit you can get for $20; and prove to you
how. well it will pay you to have it. Every Hart Schaff
ner & Marx garment is all-wool; and this store is the
or nart ocnarrner x iviarx Glomes
THE PIANO CONTEST.
Our Popular Lady Voting Contest has.
started on in pretty fair shape and we
( expect il to lie one of thu biggest
events mat ever happened In this part
of the country.
I The vote Friday was:
Mrs. Mi kH Doyle 18, 400
Miss Uuth Warren 1.1,300
Miss Frankio Ward 1 1,875
Miss Itemiee Potter 11,030
Miss VeraCrablll 10,1)00
Miss Mary Francis noi)
1- Announcement This Piano mul
Popular Lady voting contest will bo
conducted on strictly honest busiuog?
principles, with porfoct justico ami
fairness to all concerned.
2-Prizes Tho ilrst. prlzo shall bo it
Chlokorlng Bros, upright piano valued
at S:00. The second prize will bo ti
Ladles' lino gold watcli vnluori at $30.
Tho third prlzo will bo a hnndsomo
silver tea sorvico valued at ?22.GQ. Be
sides thoso, other spoclal prizes will
uo ouoreu uoin timo to time.
Copyrleht l8 by
Halt ScbiiT.icr tt Mux
Mrs. Hanson is visiting her daughter
E O. Martin and wife of Missouri,
are visiting at L Daily's
Mr- and Mrs. Clarence Jones of (Snide
Hock, have been visiting relatives near
Robt. llunsloker had the misfortime
to break his wrist by being thrown
from a horse one day lust week.
Kay Itice and family, who have been
visiting relatives near Inavale, left
last week for their home in Falrdury.
The ladies of the neighborhood gath
ered Wednesday, and garo Mrs. Han
num, a pleasant surprise. She is soon
to leave for her new homo in Dundy
Rev. Noyco of Hiverton preached
Sunday afternoon, to u good sized
crowd at Lone Tree. He will hold
regular services every Sunday after
noon at three o'clock.
Ed (Jrossman and family, Mrs. Ellle
Harvey and sons, and Mrs. Etta Rich
ardsou and children speut .Sunday, at
O. U. Harvey's. Mrs. Richardson
leaves this week for her home at Rapid
City, South Dakota.
been quite ill for several days at the I
home of h! father, Win. Sawyer.
Mr. and Mrs, Oaumer have returned
to their home at Murray Iowa. They
liad been guests for a week of L. C.
Cone and family. Mrs. Caumer is a
sister of Mr. Cone.
Albert Home ami wife and three
children of llcnkleman returned home
Sunday evening, after a visit with
their uncle, Albert Horn and family,
and other relatives here. Thy als-o
visited at E. E. llurr's, as Mrs. nun
was a teauher of Mrs. Horn's when
both lived at Hudson in west Nebraska.
All the new houses In town arc
A number of our people visited the
county fair at Uladcn this week.
Mrs. Mart Hagon visited Wednesday
with her parents, I. U. Colvlu and wife.
The Baptist Sewing society will meet
nt tho church Thursday afternoon,
Supteinber SI, to quilt.
Mrs. John Yung and Miss Geneva
Robinson went to Hastings Wednes
day as delegates to tho State W. C. T.
Mrs. May Sabin will serve tea for
the Christian aid society at liomo next
Friday, September 25. Everyone cor
Mrs. John Dunbar will serve the
"coft'eo" for the M. E, Aid society on
Thursday afternoon, September 31
Ed, Sawyer and wife of IJeaver City
am hero visiting relatives. Ed. has
Real Estate Transfers.
Transfers reported by the Fort Ab
stract Co. for the week ending Wed
nesday, Sept. 2:i, IMS.
Matilda Darkly to Charles Alison,
lots li). blk 23, Rod Cloud, wd 5150
John L Vance to Martha M
Montgomery, lot 4, blk 3,liiiido
Rock, w d 2.")
Frances S Sherwood to Elizaboth
M Foster, Its 7 aud 8, blk 21,
lied Cloud, w d GOO
Ida E Springer to Charlos II Pot
ter, pt sw , 2, 1, 11, wd 1 000
John 1 1 orz to Johu Kompler, n2
v A, Is, 2,9,qcd 572 50
William II orz to John Kotuplor.n
2 nw4, 14, 3, 9, qcd 502 50
Anna Kemplor to John Konipler,
n2 nwJ, 14,0, 9,qcd 1
Mary SloeUol to Johu Komplor,
n2uw4, 14, 3, 0, qod 502 50
Louis Here to John Komplor, nw
4, 11,3, 9,qcd 502 50
Kathorina (Iroso to Johu Kemp
lor, n2uwl, 11, 3, 9, qcd 5G2 50
Adam Horz to John Kompler, n
2nvl, 11 3,9, qcd 502 CO
The High School Lecture Course.
Tho Rod Cloud Lecture Course for
this winter will be under the auspices
of the High school, tho proceeds to go
towards a High school library.
Though called a lecture course it
would bo more properly named an en
tertainment course. The course con
sists of none but high grade attrac
tions, in fact tho best that could be
secured in their respoctivo lines. Tho
attractions consist of the following:
Ellas Day and Oranne Trultt Day.
The Vassar Girls.
Fishor-Shipp Concert Company
Though many have already sub
scribed for season tickets, many more
have not yot been canvassed, and with
in a week or ten days a committee
from tho High school will call -on you
and we hope that the people of Rod
Cloud will give their hearty uppoot
to the High school students iu making
this course a success.
Mortgages filed 19,700 00
Mortgages released $0,325.00.
Ring's Little Liver Pills for bilious
ness, sick headache, muddy complexion.
They tono the liver; do not gripe. They
keep you well. 25c. Sold by Henry
Patronize home industry. Special
prices on 3 to 5 hundred pound lots of
1 1 wheat Hour at Red Cloud Mills.
Enjoy an Excellent Meeting
Tho joint mooting of tho Mary Bryan
aud I try an clubs at tho court houso
last Moudity ovonlmr was lucgoly at
tended, und much enjoyed by all pres
ent. Judgo Edson delivered an nblo
address in presonting tho Hag to tho
Mary Brynu club, which was graceful
ly rospondod in by Mrs. Dicksoa. L
II. IHackledge, domocrntlo candidate
for county attoruoy, dollvorod a rous
ing and instructive address on tho
guarantee of bank deposits. Dr. Dam
orolll spoko on tho advancement and
financing of tho campaign, and many
loarnod moro about how this part of
tho work is carried on than thoy had
over known before T. J. Ward gavo a
dotail of tho arrangements for Uryan
day at tho county fair. Ono of tho
pleasing features of tho mooting was
tho music furnishod by tho Mary Uryan
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at postotllco at Red Cloud, Nob.,
for tint week ending Sept. 17, 1908:
Miss M U. liurg.
Mrs. 11 E. Fulton.
M. A. McNeil.
S R. Williams.
Mrs W. W. Whlldlus,
Those will bti sent to tho dead letter
office Oct. 1st 1903, it uncnlled for
boforo. When ctillingfor abovo ploase
T. C.'Hacskr, Postmaster.
Manan Pile Remedy comes ready to
use with nozzlo attached. Soothes,
heals, reduces itching and inflamma
tion. An operation for piles will not
bo nccessarS' IfyouuseMan.an. Price
50c. Money refunded if not satisfied.
Sold by Henry Cook.
Melva H. Reynolds,
Melva II., wife of L. D.Reynolds and
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. William Van
Dyke, died at her home in Mt. Ros'c
Kaus., September IS, 11108, of typhoid
fever. Sho was JV2 years, S mouth and
10 days old at tlw time of her death,
Me'va VanDykc was born I u Webster
county. For nix years before her
death she was a worker in the Salva
tion Army, peopling Christ very suc
cessfully, and lr last testimony was
true to her ChrsUan faith.
She is survived by, a husband, ono
child threo yeans old, n father, mother,
throe brothers and three sisters.
On Monday September 28th, a beau
tiful, magnificent Dryan banner will
bo unfurled to the breezes In the city
of Red Colud.
Speakers of National reputation will
address the people both afternoon and
evening. All arc cordnlly Invited to
attend and assist.
"Shall the People Kule".
Hy order of committee.
Apoles For Sale.
Ily tho bushel or wagon load, Pick
ing will commence September, 25th.
Four miles southeast of Webber Kans.
A. S. Wilson.
Conventions for Washington.
During the last week of September,
and the first week in Cetober four con
ventions of national and international
Importance will held in Washington.
As an importantconvention here Is the
occasion for not only convention work
but for much slirht seeing and exten
sive entertaining it will be realized
what, a busy fortnight the Capital will
have. Already and for many weeks
past preparation have been iu progress
for the. International Congress on Tub
erculosis whose sessions begin Sep
tember 28th, and last until October 5.
Distinguished physicians from many
parts of Europe will attend as well as
prominent men of science from every
section of this country. The Congress
will be opened by SccreUirv Courtel
you who will address the delegates on
behalf of the President, The meet
ings arc to be held iu the National
Museum and a large reception for the
delegates will be given by the Presi
dent who hastened his return to the
city on account of the meeting of this
convention. If the weather permits
the entertainment will be in the form
of n garden party and the delegates
and invited guests will be received on
tho extensive lawns back of tho Will to
House, where the Marine band in scar
let uniforms and the ladies in after
noon gowns will make a gorgeous con
trast to the velvety well kept lawns
and the fine old trees, There will bo
many luncheons, receptions and din
ners, semi-public, and much private
The International Fisheries Con
gress which will convene September
22nd is another important convention
that will be attended by eminent men.
There will be a diplomatic reception
for the delegates at the department of
state and a largo reception in their
honor hy Secretary Straus, of tho de
partment of Commerce and Labor.
Tills Congress will also bo received by
Other conventions iu session about
the same time will be thoso of the East
ern Public association and the nation
al association of Hallway Commission
ers tho delegates to which will find
their timo fully occupied by sightsee
ing and entertainment when they are
not engaged in convention work.
3 Candidates -Any lady, married
or single, in this and adjoining coun
ties Is eligible to a placo in tho con
tost. Tho most popular lady is tho
ono who shall roceivo tho most voto9r
and to hor shall bo glvon this high
grade piano. Other candidates will
recolvo prizes in ordor, according to
tholr standing of votes.
1 Tio in Votes In case of n no, tho
value of tho prizes will bo equally
divided or a like prizo granted to tlioso
5 -Classes of Votes Thoso are Is
sued in coupons as following:
Now subscriptions, .100 votes for 81.00
Renewals, 300 votes for .. S1.00
Hack subscriptions, 300 voles Tor 81.00
(5- Cionornl Instructions Namos of
contestants will bo printed in ordor
according to standing and tho amount
ot tiieir votes published regular after
tho first count is made.
Votes will not bo allowed on sub
scriptions at less than regular prlco of
Votes onco deposited iu tho ballot
box cannot bo transfercd to another.
Agents' commissions uro to bo sus
pended during contest,
No contestant will bo allowed to
compote for moro than ono of tho
additional special piizos.
The publisher will not toll whom
nnyono votes for, excoptin 'caso of al
leged error or Irregulnrity.
Enoh contestant is requested to seiul
us a cabinet size photogrnph for pub
lication as soon as convenient.
Make up your mind who you want to
vote for before coming to tho oillco as
tho editor will positively not decide
the matter for you.
Contestants should keep a record ot
their votes turned in each woek, and
seo that our figures verify it.
All coupons must have tho amount
of subscription paid, numbor of votes
cast, niuno of contestant voted for ami
name of person voting written legibly
Au award ng committee of threo ro
liablo business men will bo appointed
to nmko tho final count and distribu
tion of prizos.
Contest to run not less than ninety
days; date of closing to bo announced
about thirty days in advance.
Tho contest shall closo at 4 o'clock
p. ni. on tho dato to bo announced
later. Two weeks prior to tho dato of
closing, tho Judges aro to tako tho
ballot box, carefully locked and sealed,
to tho bank announced, whoro it will
bo kept on a tnblo In tho front window
during business hours, and iu tho
vault at night until tho close of tho
contest, when tho Awarding Commit
tee will tako chargo aud niako tioal
Subscription blanks and voting
coupons will bo furnished upon npplU
cation at this oillco.
All votes must bo accompanied by
subscription money. .
Hands cracked and bruised from
husking, skin diseases, tan freckles,
cuts relieved at onco with Piuesalvo
Carbolized (acts like a poultice). Draws
out inflammation. Price 25c. Sold by
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Wo have in stock at all times a
comploto lino of Building Muterial
and Good Coal. Our prices aro
reasonable. Wo solicit your patron
ago. BollTol. CO. Farmers Ind. 71.
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