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THE RED CLOUD CHEF
A Newspaper That Gives The News Fifty-two Weeks Each Year For One Dollar.
RED CLOUD, iNEBKASKA, OCTOllEK ), 1908.
1 &? . T:r. Ill i
S. Copyright 1908 by
'jgs. Hart SchafTher & Marx &Zzr
NE mistake men often - make
is in not having clothes
enough. They seem lo think two suits of
clothes bought at one time, or two over
coats, would be extravagant.
The fact is, if you buy our
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes, two suits or two overcoats at a lime
would be economy. A raincoat, shown
here, or a fancy fabric overcoat for daily
wear; and a black or oxford overcoat for
dress occasions; a fancy weave suit of some
new color and pattern for business, and a
black or blue serge for changing occasion
ally, and for dressier times; every man
ought to have such an outfit.
You'd find it economy; and the clothes will all last longer
if you dont wear them continuously; get them pressed occasionly.
We want to see our cusromcrs dressed right.
We'll take care of it for you if you'll let us.
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Hurl Harvey Is homo from Lincoln.
Time to dig potatoes, It will soon
f rooo up.
Kov. It. K. Hill tins boon returned to
tlio Itiuvalo charge.
O. 1). Uurvoy'H visttoil tit Orin liar
vey's Sunday afternoon
O.K. Pitney ami N. K. Hiirvoy aio
making molasses these ilays.
Preaching every Sunday afternoon
at Lone Tree, by Uev. Noyce, of River
ton Mr. anil Mrs. liliuor Harvey are the
proud patents of a baby girl, born hist
John Burgess, ,Sr., of Wed Cloud, is
visiting Ills son Clarence 011 Winners'
.Joo Weed lias been boiling pours by
the wngonload lately. They were ship
ped in by Milt Lancaster.
ManZnn Pile Kemetly comes ready to
use with no.zle attached. Soothes,
heals, reduces itching and inllatuma
tlon. An operation for piles will not
be necessary if you use Manan. Price
r.Oc. Money refunded if not satisfied.
Sold by Henry Cook.
ADDles ftr Sale.
By the bushol or wagon load. 1'ick
ing will commence September, 2.rith
Four miles aouthcastof Webber Kans.
A. S. Wilson.
HHKUafATISM CURED IN A DAT.
Dr.Detchom Roller forllbeumatlim and Neural
gia radically curet In 1 to 3 days. Inaction upon
tne ytm U remarkable and myiterloui. II
removei at onoe tbe cause and thedlieaao Im
mediately dlsappcan. Tbe firtt dose greatly
benefits, 75 cents and fl. gold byll. E.Gntci
drugglit. Red Cloud.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for lit postofllco at Rod Cloud, Nob.,
for the week ending Oct. S, 100S:
J. B. Dronnen,
L. J. Galbrotli, (5)
Mrs. Eliza Scott.
These will bo sent to the dead letter
ofllce Oct. 2'J, 1908, if uncalled for
boforo. When calling for above please
$ T. C. Hacker, Postmaster.
Ring's Little Liver Pills for bilious
nesH,sick headache, muddy complexion.
They tone the liver; do not gripe. They
keen you well. 2.rc. Sold by Henry
The instrumental readings are from j
government standard instruments ex
posed in the manner recommended by
the chief of the weather bureau:
g Temp'riU'ro ;? S g
: i j"- ? as
' 2f S" S-3 2
! 5 B r - J"
i : : r 3 o. 1
2 i2 Si uo 5 HIcaT
:i 77 S4 .00 m clear
4 7U M .T SB POloudy
5 75 5H IS 8W Cloudy
6 J 71 47 00 NW Clear
7 D8 38 .48 M olear
8 I (fl 42 .00 NK Olear
Oct 1, 1008. CllAS S. LUI)IX)W,
Subscribe for The
get the campaign.
Cliieli now and
m WB JMk Jfm JHr
School Days easier by giving your boy
or girl one of our reliable fountain pens.
We have. a line of worth-your-money
pens from 75c up.
A watch is a real benefit to any school child. A nice
line here at $ 1 .00 and up. Every one worth the price.
Don't forget that many eyes are permanently injured by
wearing improper glasses or by doing without them.
Special allention given to children's eyes.
K?5t " v,tr"" ' i
jf yyi TX j.'i
Mr.Sliceley is still cpilto 111.
W. A. Sccloy lias been on the sick
list for a few days.
The Mnrtial band gave a chlckou-pic
social Saturday evening.
Miss Mabel Alison, a niece of Mrs
Charles Guy, is quite sick.
Miss Ella Van Woert and Miss Dolla
Watt, departed Sunday for Lincoln.
Henry Soper and Tllllo Weigle wero
married last Monday by Judge Edfion,
at Bed Cloud.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Watt felted over
Sunday in Dillcr with Richard Lam
bert and wife.
Miss Blanche Ferguson aad Miss
Eobby Fisher spent Sunday with Mrs.
V. S. Smith, at Hyron.
The Methodist ladles enjoyed the
day Saturday cleaning the church.
They made a big improvement in its
Robert White, who lias been many ill
weeks, is now enough better that he
lias been In town n couple of times,
but .Mrs Wliito has boon ill this last
week with a severe attack of grip.
Cash Jewole rs and Optometrists
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspectors
You are welcome always, either
to look or buy.
Another nice rain.
And still it doesn't frost.
Nearly every family has been getting
in their winter apples.
Harry Shadley lias a now buggy.
Look out girls, who will get the first
Charles Molly pasted through this
neck-o-woods selling watermelons one
day last week.
Wm. Hump had the bad luck to loso
a valuablo horse a few days ago. Ono
of his roans.
A number of farmers arc building
new cribs to hold tho immonse crop of
corn soon to be gathered.
James Uramwell returned from his
visit to tho homofolks across the big
pond in England, ono day last wook.
Helen Pool, who is teaching school
at Prairie Center. District 3.1, is board
ing at Mrs. Minnie Killmigh's at pros
out. A number of tho relatives living in
thiw vicinity attended the Datcs-Dc-Wolf
wedding on Saturday, October 3,
at Ited Cloud
Rev. Gordon, tho new minister on
the Cowlcs circuit, which Includes Kck
ley, is expected to preach at tho latter
place Sunday, Octobor 11, at 11 o'clock
Miss Mabel Uiierstetta, ono of Tecum
soli's fair daughters, ami Mr. ISlbort L.
Morhart, of Ked Cloiid, wero married
at high noon, Wednesday, October V,
11103, tho ceremony occurring at the
homo of the bride's mother, Mrs. Kath
arlno Uiierstetta, in this city. The par
lor of the Hucrstcttu home had been
tastily decorated for the occasion and
a small company of rclatlvos of the
principals, gathered to witness the im
portant ovent. The ceremony
was performed by Uev. Richard Pear
son, of the local Methodist church.
Following a soason of congratulations
the company enjoyed a delightful four
The bride is well known in Tecum
sell and Johnson county, having been
born and roared here. She is a lovely
young lady of most pleasing personal
ity Having graduated from the Te
cuiiiseh High school with the class of
'O.'l she engaged lu teaching for Hvo
years, two of which were in tho Mt.
Auburn aehool. thin county, one in the
Hunibolt school, and two in the 'le-
eiimseh school. I lie lady has made u
pronounced success at this work and
stands high In tho ranlcs of the local
Tho groom is t .e son of Adam Mor
hart, the family being-one of the best
known and highly respected in Red
Cloud. Ho Is engnged in the hard
ware business with his brothers, and
thoy also manage the Red Cloud opera
house, tho firm being Morhart Hroth
crs. While the gentleman is not well
known in Tccumsch his repututlon is.
and it is all that could be desired.
Mr. and Mrs. Morhart went to Red
Cloud on the eveuingof the day stated,
where they will go to housekeepiagat
once, beginning their married life un
der the most favorable circumstances,
and the many friends of both will hope
that they may enjoy many, many years
of happy and prosperous wedded life.
They will be at home to their friends
after November 1.
The above noticewas furnished us
by the Tccumsch Chiefain. Bort is
well known here as an industrious
young man, and the Chief joins with a
host of friends in wishing him and his
bride a long nnd prosperous wedded
THE PIANO CONTEST.
Our Popular Lady Voting Contest has
started oil' in pretty fair shape and we
e.speet it to bo one of the biggest
events that ever happened in tills part
of the country.
Tho vote Friday was:
Mrs. Miles Doyle J),.'lU0
Miss Kuth Warren t:i,.'lOO
Miss Ftankie Ward 1 1,875
.Miss itorniee Potter ll,.TiO
M iss Vera Crubtlt 10,100
Miss Mary Francis IKK)
1 Announcement This Piano and
Popular Lady voting contest will ho
eoiuluetoil on strictly honest busino
pilnelples, with perfect justice and
fairness to all concerned.
'J-Pri.cs The llrst prize shall bo u
L'liiekeriiig UroH. uptight, piano valued
nt S.iOO. Tho second prize will bo a
Ladles' lino gold watch valued at 830.
The third prize will bo n liaudKonio
sil or tea service valued tit $1121)0. Re
sides those, other special prixca will
bo oireicd from time to time.
.'1 Candidates Any lady, married
or single, in tills and adjoining coun
ties is eligible In a place In the con
test. Tho most popular lady is tho
ono who shall receive tho most votos,
and to her shall bo given tills high
grade piano. Other candidates will
roceivo prizes in order, according to
their standing of votos.
At the homo of tho bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. 1M Dates, last Miturday
at high noon, occurred tho marriage of
their oldest daughter, Miss Myrtle, to
KmoryU. Do Wolf. The hi hie is well
known here, being born and raised
in tills part of the county. The groom
eamo lioro from tke eastern part of
the state about a year ago, working
for a timcon the Argus, und is at pre
sent owner aud editor of the Chief
Only the relntlves of tho brldo
and groom wero present to witness the
ccremoney, which was performed by
Rev. George W. Hummel. After con
gratulations tho guests were bcatod at
tho)tabIo andja bountiful dinner served.
Thcbrldcjand groom were the recipi
ents of niuny handsome aud useful pres
ents. They have gone to housekeeping
in the Sellars property In the northeast
part of town where thoy are at home
to their friends
Piitionize homo industry. Special
prices on 3 to 5 hundred pound lots of
old wheat Hour at Red Cloud Mills.
I Tie in Votos In enso of n tto, tho
value of tho prizes will bo equally
dividod or n liko prizo granted to thoso
f Classes of Votos Thoso uro is
sued in coupons as following:
Now subscriptions, 000 votos for 81.00
Ronowals, .'100 votos for 81.00
Back subscriptions, .'100 votes for 81.00,
(S General Instructions Names of
contestants will bo printed in ordor
according to standing aud the amount
of their votes published regular after
tho first count Is mado.
Votes will not bo allowed on sub
scriptions at less than regular price of
Votes onco deposited in tho ballot
box cannot bo trunsfered to another.
Agents' commissions nro to bo sus
pended during contest,
No contestant will boi allowed to
compete for uioru thauj ono of tho
additional special ptizos.
Tho publisher will not toll whom
anyone votes for, excopt in case of al
leged error or Irregularity.
Each contestant is requested to send
us a cnbiuot size photograph for pub
lication as soon as convenient.
Mako up your mind who you want to
vote for boforo coming to tho olllco as
tho editor will positively not decide
tho mutter for you.
Contestants should keop n record ol
their votes turned in oocli week, and
see that our figures vorify it.
All coupons must havo tho amount
of subscription paid, number of votos
cast, name of contestant voted for and
name of person voting written legibly
An awarding committoo of three re
liable business men will bo appointed
to make tho final count and distribu
tion of prizes.
Contest to run not less than ninety
days; date of closing to be announced
about thirty days in advance.
Tbe contest shall close at 4 o'clock
p. m. on tho date to be announBbd
later. Two weeks prior to the date of
closing, tho Judges are to take the
ballot box, carefully looked and sealed,
to tho batik announced, where it will
bo kopt on n tablo in tho front window
during business hours, mid in the
vault at night until tho closo of tiio
contest, when the Awarding Commit
tee will tako chargo and mako UniiLi
Subset iption blanks und voting
coupons will bo furnished upon appli
cation at this olllco.
AH votes must bo accompanied by
Hands cracked and bruised from
husking, skin diseases, tan freckles,
cuts relieved at once with I'lnesalve
Carbolized (acts liko a poultice). Draws
out inflammation. Price 2.'c. SohlW
Farm os Business
lll ion direct to
Not particular about location,
hear Jrom owueronly who
direct to buvnr. ftlvi, nHr.
deicriptlon arid itato when poieloa
can be htd. Addiesi.
L DAKBY3H1U. Bu MM RadUtar, H. T.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Wo havo in stook nt all times a
compioio line or uuiiding Material
anu uoou uoai. our prices
reasonable Wo solicit your pati
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