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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1908)
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Mrs. Hurt Kuley U 0ti tbo siolilUt.
. II diert Cooper Is homo for Xum.
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?" vJjmjIm PrlSliio n hotao for I'hrfotmns.
KlMlsi Ruth flurnov U homo fmm Lin.
r. Alva Stump was in Ittavalc Slit-
Art IitirrieU was down from Ulnden
Moit da j'.
, Mr. Alva Pope arrived in tho city
Miss DcsMc Ditcher wont lo (Jtnalia
OMhSs Atiiin Klchards wont to Hasting
Miss Ella Kabb was over from Womor
Mrs Wiekwiro is bote from Mccook
Mrs. Mint Oarnor was down from
Jnavnlo last Friday.
Geo. Shopardson ps down from
Utiy IlnUlbrook is expected homo
Thursday from Wahoo.
Miss lluth Johnson is homo from
Roscmont tit Ik week.
Tiny Onrncy and wife have roturnod
liomo from Lincoln.
John Wcosner canto liomo from
Weber lo spend Xmas.
MIsq Willi! Payno was down from
Miss Frtmtils Urb wont tc her home
in Gothenburg Saturday.
Frod Brown and wife wcro up from
Mrs. Ilunderup is spending the holi
days visiting lu FrauUlin.
Mrs. W. Richards of Outdo Hock
Yrnn in the city Monday,
MrZeke .Tohnson,of Womor, Kansas,
was on our stroots Tuesday.
Cotsof people hi town buying Christ-
v2its presents this week.
Barnard MoNeny returned from Lin
coln thelflrst.of tbo week.
Mr. Earl Miller is visiting with her
Tito Antboy school is enjoying n two
Tho Iligli School gavo a ulco outer
taiuraont last Friday afternoon.
Miss Mnrgcrot Richardson, camo
homo frotn Omaha Tuesday.
ChavlesPaitncr is putting up a houso
for 0. Hi Harvey, ucar Inavale.
tyFranU Blankonbaker, of Walnut
Creek, yasHnhc city Tuesday.
.Misses Elsio Gather and Norma llioh-
msoiraro homo from t no uni
jlift'il llradbrooU is- home, from
rWoodrniV, Kansas; topeu.d Xtnas.
Earl Millor.of Council Uhtlfsis yislt-
ing at David Morrisons this week.
Mrs, Bort Morharf.went to.Toeumseh
Wednesday, to spend n few dnys.
Miss Groco Fribble i homo from
n-Jvnrsilv PlnrnMn snntlcl Chrihtmas.
to cone here to us and say
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes; we'll clo the rest.
We'll set befcre you a great feast of
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good things; the finest clolhcs made;
the best -.styles; the choicest foreign
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and domestic fabrics; the highest class
of tailoring. .
It will be worth as
much to you to buy these
clothes. as it's worth to us
to sell them; your profit's
as good as ours.
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in- witi'i w.sliei all a Merry ChrlH
mtn fuid.u Itnppy Xow Year.
Mr. nti'JfMrs. Dlckorson, wore (low it
from Inavalo luesdny
J'ri'il litrmire and family
Missouri .Sunday lo visit.
Miss :Graco Dulo luft for
Siittirday to spend Xtuns.
Ml.vs Mabel Howard is homo
btrombiirg, to spend Xtnas.
William Lelsott arrived Saturday
from California to visit relatives
Mr.M. MeCord of Lebanon, Kas.,
is in thls.'elty, .Ulting rolatives.
Hruoo lleoliwith and Paul Johnson
have returned home from Lincoln. t
Mrb. (turtrnde Coon canto in from
North Platte Saturdry.to spond Xtnas
Bud McCune and wife ol Kearny
Nebraska, are visiting hlspironts this
MkslBerthu MeCall, of Inavale, was
the guest of Miss Mazic Wondcrly, Inst
Mr?. George Peturuou and son nro
visiting her daughter Mrs Charles
Mraud Mrs. Dr. Robert Mitcholl
ontertalncd tho Junior Whist-Club,
Misses Mary Damcrol and Helen
Ovormnn camo homo from Lincoln
Grandma Jackson hasbeon ppondlng
a couplo of days with Mrs. A. 1. Car
pouter Quito a 'nutnbor ofppoplc came to
Amboy Sunday.toscc tho Starkcy Bro9.
river bridge. '
Missos Mario and lCathrcno Burko
went to Walnut, Iowa, Saturday to
Miss Stella Bishop, of Superior,
Sundaycd in Red Cloud with the Won
dorlyfamily. Rev. Edgar Rothrock, of Carlisle,
Ncbr., preached in the lircthorn c'.turch
; last Suuday night.
Margort Evans is homo frotn the
! nortliorn part of tho state, whero she
is teacfilng this year.
. Mr. Will Coon- of Guide Rock is
spending a fow days in tho city visit
lug relatives nnd frlonds.
Thoirwlll bo ti Xmas. cntertalnmont
at tho Amboy school houso Thursday
cvpuing Dceotnbcr 2t
Mrs. Bert Ilatflold, of Jam cstown
Kas., is visiting frieuds and rolativcs
in this city for a fow days.
Dr. Nolson, the vctormarlan has
bold his' intorcst in .tho Star livery
barn to Win. Renkle.
Georgo Rlfo and bis ststors, Bculab
und Graco, are sponding a few weeks
with relatives in the city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Rife of Beatrice,
will spend Christmas with Mrs. Ittfo
and Mrs.' Ki" McGallistor."'
Mesdante.s Whitoloy and Storey, of
Waluut Greek wore the guo'sts of Mrs.
Lou Wotidetiy lastN Monday.
Mr. and Mrs.J. T. Saladen htart
Wednesday morning for Sheridan Co.
to spend tho holidays withhor parents,
S. F. Heskolt, formerly of this violulty
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after something good
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i Mts. Edna Eitzpatrkk at d Dorothy
.I'.ator went to Denver, Colo., last Saf
. unlay, to spend their vacation
Everott Dyor stoppod of in Red
Cloud Tuesdny to visit old friends, ho
was on his way from Denver.
Who is the most popular lady in
Wobstcr and adjoining count les? Tim
Chief will toll yon on Fob, R, 100ft.
Ijirls, think of tho qualita of our
prize piauo A $300.0 Clilehcring
Brothersl Is it worth working for. ,
A. C. Halo and wife of Inavalo, left
Tuesday for Oklahoma to spend Christ
inas with their daughter "Sirs. Tieknor.
Thanks to tho Rev. Crossnmtu pastor
of tho Congregational church, for be
ing rotnombercd this Christmas time.
Mrs. Enio Harvey, of Inavale, whs
visiting Mrs.Chatios I'altucrybstordaj.
Sho was on a rfhrlstmas shopping ex
cursion. Mrs. Roy I'alnicrand her sister, Miss
Blancho ltarkor,.of Inavalo, went to
Talmagc to spend tho holidays with
Geo. W. Llndsoy and wife left Mon
day for Grand Island to spend Xmas.
with their daughtor Mrs. Mablo
"Cal" Witltors who has been barber
lug at tho Royal Barbor shop for the
Past year, loft Wcdnosday morning
for Now Castlo Wyoming. -
Deputy County Clerk Fulton and
family started for Fort Cobb. Okla
homa, Monday, io &pond tho holidays
with his fatlier-in-law, JTred Goblo.
Fred Copley, Instructor at the gym
anseutu at Central City, Nobr., arrived
hero Tuesday morning and will spend
tho holidays with Jus pooplo north of
Five cottage prayor meetings wcro
licld Monday aud Ttiosday cvenluga of
this week iu dlfferont parts of tho city,
by members of the Cougregatkmal
Yes.the piano contest will bo carried
on with a rush aud. tho $500 piano will
bo given to fiotno deserving female, ns
announced inanother column. Notice
the closing dale.
Rev. Maze Ilincy, of tho Mcl'herson
Kas., Musical college, is holding a
singing class at the Bretborn church,
every cvonlng during the holulajB.
All arc Invited.
Revival mootings arc beiug hold in
Mao Fulton school house No. CD under
the auspices of tho Salvation Army,
assisted by the Revs. Points nnd Wiles.
Thoy-hnvo boon riming about n week.
Thero will be a Christmas Trco en
tertainment at the Cougregational
church this ovening. Everything will
bo high class in tjio t'lft lino for the
Sunday school scholars, who will sing
Mr. and Mrs; John Durkce of this
city took the morning f lyor for Colum
bus Kas. last Wednesday to spond Xtnas
with, his brother; who is Snperinton
dont of tho Dupont Powder Works at
Harry Stndobakor Is homo to spond
tbo holidays with his parents. Ho has
been nttendlng Business college at
Aicrncrson, lias., and will' return tho
llrst of the year accompanied by his
sister, who will take a musical courso.
W MAT. lo
have more time to
corhf6rt you get First Choice
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will;not Cost you a cent more. We have our usual
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Denths and Funerals. 1
Tholtttlo baby of Uoyrt MunsoU's died
Inst Tuesdny, Dcc.,22, tho funeral ccro
monies were conducted nt tho residence
of Air. John Person, nnd the little one
was lnld ito rest iu tho Martin cem
etery. SM's.'.'lolui Gilbert died at her homo
In Lino township! htstiTucsdny morn
ing at 3 o'clock n. in.' Tho funeral cor
olnonios wns conducted nt their ix?s
idoncc "nt 2 o'clock p, in. Wednesday.
Sho hn.s boon suffering for a long time
with pqralysfs and'.a recent stroleu
caused j her) death. A largo, 'circle of
relatives and friends niburn her loss.
QjTho ;intcrmontwaB ' mndo in tho
Rod" Cloud conictery7 "
Mrs Mary Sanderson, agod 5(1 yoars,
died nt tho homo of hoi' son in law
Pliau Lcggett, Monday, I)cccmbor21.
Her death wns caused by a .-aompUen-lion
of dlsonses. Tho funeral services
woro conducted by tho Kov. Ooorgo W .
Hummel, on Tuesday, Decombor 22, nt
tho Mothodlstchurch on Sam Howards
homestead In .Towoll county, Kas. Sho '
was buried in tho Wagoner comotery
Mrs. Sanderson lavtsfc n fijrjilly of Uro
children; two lU'ightor1, Mc. Kiln '
liOgtfott, Mr. Tuouh Mttiin. unil tlnvi
bnjih, yilan, WhIW :uui Uoy.
Fotnti hurmhiju-ic(irv t-r eoeli in fit.-
! vit.ti 'ritn .....k. ..'... 1 . I. ... 1.1 .
; !" v witcvi. in (mi 1 wit o Jamil j
stimigth of bones.
Tho Nebra-Uu Kyporimeut relation
has just issued Dnllctiti No. 107-witU
tlitf above named tltlos. Tlio bulletin
may bo had fre'o of cost by resldenlfl of
Nobraska by making application to tho
Agricultural Experiment Station, Lin
SUGGESTIONS FOR "HIM"
give hint for Christmas is problem
limes a day.
-Our slorc being Headquarters for men's things, the question
is very easily answered.
For Men, both Old and Young, Great and Small, we've ideal
gifts just the sort of gifts that will be appreciated the most, after
Christmas is" over. '
From our stock of Men's excellent
Garments, correct Hcadwear and choice
Haberdashery- the most appropriate
Christmas gifts, it is possible to make,
can be chosen.
Make your 6clcclions early, while 'the
Belter now than later.
You'll find our prices no barrier to .
' what you'd like td give "Him."
First Door Norlluof Postofllcc,
select, you can sjjop with.
of a large stock. They
Imk Mm ver?
,- - Druggist.
Soo lc. Stockman for cyo glnascs.
Foil Sai.K Sl.v room House, .1 lots
Inquire at Newhouso's store, tf
For chapped hands, fuco nnd lips
I'inesalvo Carbollr.or is immediate
i;ollof (Acts lllco 11 poultice) goml for
cuts, burns, bruises, skin diseases.
Draws out inflammation. 1'rico 25o.
Try it so'ld by Henry Cook.
Bluco the change in tho mnnngomont
of tho Chlof thero has Ijccu somo
doubt In tho minds of u few us to the
outcome of lho Piano Contest. Wo
wish emphatically to statu that tho
contest will continue, and tho closing
date Is fixed.
Tho Methodist church Suuday school
will hold an chtcrtainmcu. Christmas
Eve at tho M. 13," church, aud will havi
a beautiful Christmas trco richly deco
rated with presents to bo given to the
young people. No expouso has bcon
spared to make this an cnjoyablo.ove-j
Ed Oarbor, an ox-county clerk of
Vebstor county, nnd his bond sales
man, Miko Morgan, woro in Red Cloud
last Tuesday. Ed was squoc-Ing hands
wan oiu menus noro, nnu no lias quite
a bunch of thoni. Jlo is tho head of
n wli'iVnalc grocery firm' in lloatrico,
nnd l ilpliijf apt'us'U, 1 builni'K,
Tim Cllltf wishes linn . -.
lfJ,'i llllgl'iig t l! il Llnii ol'
J0.1i- uli.'.i you'JI Im-. Uiiukiiiiif utkdft
piirbi'.' ii h1 , ir ili'ot . U'Miffl thr
flril of Uii yu..!1 X ".mi u start
InlttiUfroB from in M t '.In. , That's
La good ro"oluUori. sblak tclt-vbuL dun'v
forgot that nubscrlptlon money you
owo the editor, -This in a debt jnut
should bo' paid along with the othcrp
so that w- can pay up oufs.
Mrs.vJolm Fulton was down from
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picking is the-;
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All tho Phonos
TGonorations of live, wido
mrrika Amorican Boys havo
obtainoil lho right kind o
by4 boing oquippeel with tho
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uouita Ncrunants lia
'011 cannot olitaln
upon receipt of CutnlofflTIce.
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