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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1908)
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A newspaper Thai dives The News Fifty-two Weeks Cadi Year Tor One Dollar.
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And here are gift suggestions. You will agree with us when we say, "Whatever
you want is here." Such a choice of Christmas gifts as we show has never been
offered here before. Things useful, beautiful and appropriate for every member of
the family. : : : : : .......
A'i ;i p i.pti.ite v ift for Father, Mother,
Sou oi 1 ai ghu t is one of our reliable
watches. : : :
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We are showing
tll crlitftt't linn 1
in the various
Our buying of dependable
Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry at prices less than us-
nu1"" j ual began last June in one
ties, ranging in J ( .i in. .1
" i oi the dullest months. : :
pnee irom .me
c i oo boys watch j
to finest Qualities
for men rind wo.
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rlam figure 'prices and our
Special lots and quantity
( orders have brought us ex-
Ira values. : : : : :
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Jewelry of the light ki mI .d tight prices
for quality. An extra well assorted line
of Ladies x .vf
watch chain ?q.
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fe cuff buttons J.
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r oo chess.'.'.' I?
Lick pins v'.y
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Somethinti here for cvcr m mheroftho
written cash s'stcm savc yu "0 Lfamily or friend or unh. alt.
to zu per cent.
Our line of rings afford
jou ample mportunity
for the sel tion of a
pleasing gi.'. for any
one. A we.! selected
line of set, signet, plain
or engraved rings in
nnnv styles and pat
terns. : : : : : :
Babv rings, litigs for
boy or girl, young man
or uunv I ' ' ' m t a tmg Siiicanie anci pleasing lor
am otn :::::::::::: : :
ALL SOLID COLD THROUGHOUT, no-plated
or filial iiny. PU-in fii-ie prices. :::: : :
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The line of Silver
gooos lor every use Si
so varied that we can
here. : : : :
It is sufficient to say
that we have" tluT most
extensive line m the
Articles for Table use, Decorative nrpoi s m fancy
pieces for the Toilet are .ill here in gnat variet.
Solid Sterling Silver or Silver 'plated of the better
qualities, give choice for an appropriate gift, :
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As a gift f.-r the euiire family nothing
equals nn Iiii-ou Phonograph. This
inVcnt'.oii of the Wiz rd Mdison, brought
to itc'prcspnt stated perfection by his
master mind, furnisher unlimited en
tertai'.'invnt and"amu-ement for all. It
reproduces the Innnan voice with all
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varations, reproduce the tqn sof any
instrument or a full bai.d. 'Tvill cheer
you when you pei'tl ii or will sing for
you the familiar tunes of das goueb.
Prices $12.50, 2f.ot, .$30.00, $35.00,
$40.00 and up. Sold on the easy pay
ment plan if yon wish. :::':::
An easy solution of the gift question for boy or girl is th
purchase of a Kodak. They furnish :unusement and pleas
ure the year round. The expense need not be great as
prices range from $1.00 up. Picture making with a Kodak
is daylight all the way, no stuffy dark room, and the pro
cesses easily learned. The KODAK BOX, $400 furnishes
We cannot in the space at our command give you a fair idea of our line, only a per
personal visit of inspection can do that. We will be pleased to show or to sell. You
are welcome to look and piice or to buy. Come early, make your selections while
stocksefesh. We will lay aside for you anything you wish. Pay for it when
you lake it. Everything sold under our guarantee of
' jg; HOW MUCH REAL WORK WOULD
YOU DO FOR $500.00? .
A llcautiful CHICKKRiivr. wnz ptavo :.. i.
Five (HlMir&diBa&dl Dollars
km TOE HIEF IS ADVECTBSBNG TG1VE IT AWAY
following are the names of the contestants and th
standing this week: .' 4- -
Miss Ftankie Ward, Rci Cloml ;' ..'....'.... ..26,375
Mrs. Miles Doyle, Red Cloud ,..'.'.'...... ,". -; 2.1,400
Miss Ruth Warrert, Red Cloud ... . .'.,.-. !. ..."'. iSfgoo
Miss Ver i Crabill, Red Cloud V. .j.. ;; ,, .;' 'K'.j . . ,'. 15,00
M iss Bernice Potter, Red Cloud V. . .. . J.1. ; 12,850
Miss Maty l7rancis,Cowles ........... 10,300
Miss Ldna Watt, Guide Rock . . . -. io'.ooo
Remember that with every dollar paid on subscription
you are entitled to 300 votes in the contest. If you wish'
anyone entered in the contest just send in their name. Vot
ing and subscription blanks will be furnished anyone making
For just a few hours hustling after school hours and on
Saturdays, to some lady or drl the only condition being that .
but ONE girl can have ir, and that girl will be the on,e who
turns in the most votes on subscriptions to the Red Cloud
You have hundieds of friends who would spend a dolla- '
for a years subscription, ju-;t to see you win this excellent
prize ir you, ASK THEM. But DON'T PQRGET TO
ASK THEM! U-dess You ufc interested tljey are DIS
INTERESTED. The safe way is to take the'lr subscrip
tion yourself ;uid then you are SURE of their votes. !..,- "
And it pays 'to GET IN THE LI? AD -AT p$CE!
Being first on the list is a b;g, advantage NOAV. Subscribers
who h'ave not been, solicited like to vote for tin1 LEADER,
for the people will follow the crowd, thus it pays to be "pop
ular" right at tho beginning,
Tin: Ciiihk watited to offer a prize that EVERA gir
without exception, would like to win. It chose -" CHICK-
CRING BROS. PIANO because ee believes there is' ,oth
ing better. You ought; to visit Argabright's Studios TO
DAY and see what a fine piano you may actually own by
husnling a few hours each day. The names and standing
of the present contestants appears above, but it is pot too
late for YOU to enter.
EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA!
A special arrangement has been made whereby any con
testant having more than 25,000 votes to her credit at the
close of the contest, and who fails to win a prize, may have
the privilege of purchasing a duplicate of the prize piano at
the same special advertising price charged Tin-: Chief for
this instrumept by Mr. Argabright.
Call at Thk Chief office for supplies and information
and start at once to win a fine piano.
WINTER TOURIST RATES 1 Dully reduced rato exem-Mono to Cullforuia,
Old Mi"leo, ,Suutl)0"ii mid Cubiui Hvsorts.
IIQMESEEKERS EXCURSIONSt-Fiistmid third T.il-,.1u.vn of euuli moutlit
oiimny points west, mid southwest
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSION T FLORIDA by Stiporiutvtiden
I'ubllo IiiHlruulloiiof Nebraska, Mr .7, U Mullriuo, Iciiviiitf Lincoln .111 1 OmMia
Pi'uembor IDMi. Wntu G. W. U jiiiikU, U, 1. A , Lincoln, for ithioriuy.
00VERNHENT IRRIGATED HOMESTEADS In the Uty lj,,m ll.iln, and
VvilinvHtniH Valley : -Ono of the last olmucci to huenrft ifooil fiirnn from tlio
(invernmont at low prlujs. Go wltli .Mr. 1). Cloin Driver oil thu noxt poraon
ally co'i liH'tel cc irslon, Ho will litdpyo i huonre om of uie.M farms. X
ulinrro for his service. Excursions (Irit and third Tuesdays.
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Had The Ghief $1.00 Per Year
R. E. Foe, Ticket Agent, Red Cloud.
L. W. Wakei.ey, G. P, A Omaha.
Colds contracted at this season of
tlio year tdiould be treated with Ilecs
Will tliolejflslaturo guaranteo bank
dopoHltsf Will It pass comity option?
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the head mid throat. Instant relief 'does will triitlifully and fully )Q "ven1
mi vuiiK". "'im 1.11141, "fiiuss un tiio lauooiii stnto Journal, nn we
urn. uujuiiMiw iiuuuicb, Mimiui 00 1 wm gut tt ror you foe the whole year f
kopt In the hoitMo for ehlldron. It Is of 100!) without Sunday for l- 6r 81 J&Nii
pleasunt to tU mid jreutly laxative, ym, Sunday, but you must )riif3lr
uaranUed. Hold by Hcury Cook. imony In befor DeoombW M $$mf,U
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