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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1909)
PUBLISHED BVKKV TIIUKSDAY.
Sntcrcil In tlio I'onloniro at Kel Cloud. Nob.,
a Hecoml riM Matter
thi: only hkmochatic l'Arr.it in
Some, line meat Hint cunim cut,
Ami some would cut that want It:
Hut wo Into moat, and we can cat,
So lot the lionl lie tlmiiUt.
Itoiinnr lit UN'S.
Tin Tunmrn l.yro is crying for n
commercial club. Wo might loan 'mil
At u muL'ting il' tlio Jiastms of tlio
Baptist I'hiirchos of Ohio, rei'eiitlj huhl
in Cleveland, u lcMilutioii w-usadoptud
denouncing tlio employment of pro
fessional ovangoliMs in levlval woilc.
Tlio iiloa is spreading I hat tho major
ity of piofoasional cvniigelUls an pro-1 '
fessional faker. -Columbus, Journal. ' v''lXl'
superior Is much worked up over
tlio possibility of n commit inanufaot-1
tiring plant being established at that,
plaeo. l'Ynm the ucoountH given it I
may bo iiimc than u possibility as hev-.
oral options have boon secured on laud
which is alleged to ho good commit I
making material. Wo hope thlh is
truo as it would moan much to Super
ior and tlio Itopublicaii vallo.
According to tho Uladoii lntorjiri-ts
ono of the citizens of thaf (pilot little
hamlet went to Oug last week for a
little "snooting " 'I'lio loader is left in
pninfnlHUSpou.se. Whether this form
of diversion consists in getting a
"snoot" full, sticking your "snoot'' in
to other poople's business, or is slang
ior something much naughtier, is u
matter for conjecture. The pastime
must bo agreeable, however, to take u
mau so far awny from homo. Camp
Wo as a city must bo growing rapid
ly or olso tho smoke from a furnace is
greater In volume that a dozen stoves.
Just walk dowu town some of theso
mornings boforo day and see how the
smoke from a hundred chimuios en
velopes tho streets and poisons tho
air. Ono might imngiuo himsolf iu
1'ittsburg on account of tlio factory
like appearance. Tho pessimist need
not bo alarmed at those symptoms of
greatness for It docs not take long for
n Kansas breeze to carry away tho op
pressing smoko and give us pure un
adulterated ozone to breathe once
ThunltsKlvlng Is an annual festival
or thanksgiving for the mcicios t-r tho
1 closing oar. The day is not a regular
! holiday 'hut since I8M tlio Presidents.
J tiovornors and Mayors have always ap
I iiuiiiti d tho last Thursday In Novem
ber as Thanksgiving Day.
it is interesting to know that tho
first ThaiiksL'ivlnir observed iu tlio
I'lilted States took place at Plymouth
in lU'Jl about ton months alter the
lauding of tlio Pilgrims. Tills feast
was not unlike the Jewish festivals for
it took plaen out of doors and cont lulled
for live days. Mashiisolt and about
ninety Indians joined the colonists
bringing llo door with Ilium. 'I hoy
killed iu ono day enough iowl to last
Ilium all ono v ock. As most of the
fowl woio turkeys that delicious bird
beoaiiie intimately connected with
The IMIgritns did not observe the
day regularly but appointed various
per'm Is ol tlio year from May to Decem
ber' and at Intervals of. miiiio four or
five j oar.
Congress recommended days or
lliiinli-givlng annually during tho
devolution and in ITS I lor tho return
e. Says John Wlnslow: "The
crowning siop in uus uuwnii'iiium,
which is now national, was when the
fortunes of our late war wore iu favor
of tlio Union, and a proclamation for
a national thanksgiving was Issued by
'our then president, dear old Abraham
I Lincoln." That tho festival shall here
I after and forovor bn national is a part
lor our unwritten law.'"
Webster county as a roinnioiiwcallli
fl'oo ol debt has cause to rejoice on
! this thanksgiving day nunc fully than
lever befoie. No inmate resides iu the
I county poor farm and our people as u
whole hao enough and to .pare.
Tlio present management of this
paper deems it a fitting occasion to ex
press his thanks to fi lends iu paiticu
lar and to the public in gcnuiul who
have so kindly given aid when it was
most needed and for the generous sup
port tendered by all classes.
Wo as a people ought to feel deeply
thankful that we arc at peace with the
world and that this old world of ours
is steadily marching to higher levels.
To one and all wo extend the. seasons
greetings coupled with tho wish that
to evory one shall como thlsyenr a joy
Did you cvor stop to think of tho
kindness performed by the siall army
of swocpors plying their trade on the
sidewalks in tho early morning?
These estimable people do the public
In goneral a groat service by removing
those modern bugbears, the omnipres
ent germ, from the paths our feet
must tread. Kvery year, month, week
Hud day tins army industriously cleans
List of lottors remaining uncalled
for at postolllco at Ked Cloud, Nob.
for tlio wook ending Nov. 18th, 1909.
L. C. Honnctt, James Durdiek, Nel
son Morchant, J. A. Scott, Geo. Syp
herd. Those will be sontto the dead letter
oulec Dee., 2nd 1909, If uncalled for
before. Whon calling for above pleaso
T. C. IIackkr, Postmaster.
for Aged Peo)le
Old Folks Should lin Careful In tliclr
Selection of Regulative Medicine
With ndwmced age comes inactive
bowel movement and slnggish liver.
Natuie is unable to perform her proper
functions and reunites assistance.
Otherwise, there is constant suffering
from constipation and its attendant
evils. Old folks should never use
physic that is haish and irritating.
Wo have a safe, dependable and al
together ideal remedy that is parti
cularly adapted to the icquirements
of aged people, and persons of weak
constitution who miller from constipa
tion or other liow el disorder. Wo ate
so coifain that It will completely io
Hove those complaints and give abso
lute siiiisfactioii in oory particular
that wo olVt r tiieiu with out personal
guarantee that they shall cost the user
nothing If they fall to substantiate
oilr claim-. This remedy ts called
Uoxull Orderlies arc oaten like
candy. They haven soothing, healing,
strengthening, tonic and regulative
action ujion tlio dry mucousltniugand
the relaxed muscular coat of the
bowel. Thoy produce a natuial, sue
oossivc conli action and relaxation or
the muscular fibres of the bowel wallsi
generating u wave like motion which
forces their contents onward and out
waul: thus simulating nature iu per
fect bowel tnou'tnciil. They tone tip
mid strengthen I he nerves and intistiles
and rostoto the bowels and asocialo
organs to nun e vigorous and healthy j
aotivitj. Thoy mav he taken at any
time without inconvenience; do not
oati-o any griping, nausea, dlanhoea.
excessive looseness. Itatulciice or oilier
di-agieoablo cll'cot. Try llcwill Older
lies on our guarantee: :tii tablets Me,
and 1" tablets 10 cents. Uouicnibor
you can obtain lltwall Remedies in
Ked Cloud only at our store, The
Koxull Store. The II K. Orieo Drug
010 acres sq. sec. U 10 111 Lincoln
Co., Neb. PrieoSSpor acre. This is
A 1, grass, corn, alfalfa, potatoe and
boot laud Inquire of Hditor of this
The recent act of April 10th. 1008,
gives to all soldiers1 widows a pension
of 812 per month. Fred Maurer, the
attorney, has all necessary blanks.
For some tlmo the llttlo birds have
boon whispering togothor mysteriously
and we wore at a loss to know what it
was all about. However wo have
learned tho secret and wo gladly share
It with our readers. In other words
Mr. Ted Harris tool; unto himself a
wife last night iu the person of Miss
Anna Watkius of South Hond, hid
thb sidewalks and like many another i '1'he cei emony was performed by Rev.
service their labors and thought fulness I. W. lMson and only the immediate
receive not tho plaudits of tlie uiultl- friends of the couple woio iu attend
tudo. Here's to that army, mav thoy nueo .Mr Harris is the son of our
obtain their rewind in the knowledge esteemed lilend llobt. Harris and is an
Specials for the Month of November
Dress Goods, Outings, Percales, Calico, Underwear, Linen,
Gloves, Table Linen, Silks, Embroideries, Laces, Combs,
Fancy lop Hair Pins, Corsets and Collars.
Ladies outiny night dresses at 50c, 75c,
Ladies outing skirts at 50c, good value.
Ladies Union sttils in light weight, medium
weight or heavy weight, which ever you
ColtonBalsat8 1-3, 10, 12 1-2, 15c
The extra large ones at 85c.
ium i i niiiipniiii iinrrniii'i it 'ii
Children's Bear Skin Coals from $2 t $5
Ready to Wear Skirts.
Come in and let us show you our
of Ready to Vear Skirls.
Come in and look our line of Silks over
think you will find just what you want.
Messaline Silks 27 inches wide, in plain or
stripes or figured, at $ I a yard.
36 inch black silk at I a vard
Have you received one of our Sotivenier Plates if not come
in and we will tell you how to get one.
Beginning with November 1st wc will give a coupon with
every 50c purchase entitling you io a chance on the three
dolls we are going to give away December .24th.
Agent for Bvitterick Patterns,
EES LAXATIVE GOUGH SYRUP
CONFORMS TO NATIONAL PURE FOOD AND DRUGS LAW.
An improvement over many Cough, Luntf and Bronchial Remedies, because it rids th
system of a cold by acting as a cathartic on the bowels. No opiates. Guaranteed to give
satisfaction or money refunded. Prepared by PINEULE MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO. U. 9. A.
FOR SALE AT COOK'S DRUG STORE.
are ready to select your suit for this
season it will well pay you to look over the new
of worU well done an.!
it hunt going into the history of
tlio recant tni'liT law enacted by the
Kepublltun party wo fire compolled to
btuto tluit ive have felt I lie effect of
tlmt law n ml it luih struck us tit 11 mot
vuliiurublo point The paper wliloh
this is printed upon has more- than
doubled in price- since Cannon and Aid
riuh porpei tinted tliat lion iblo down
ward revision joke. Tho typo used iu
those colmmiH are- as high as was tho
cow that jumped over tlio moon, and
neai lv everything olso connected with
the publishing of a newspaper has ad
vanced in price so that U is no longer
a possibility to continue- sending out
the Chief at tho old pi ice of one dollar
per year. Theietoio on and utter I
January '. 1010 tho subscription piieo
of this paper will bo Sl.!iu payable in
advance. In order that all may have
due notice wc have decided to accept,
finbsoiiptlons in advance at the old i
price from now till January 1st. lf
your subscription expires In the near
future it will bo to your inteiest to re
new befoie tho llrst of the year if you
wish to take advantage of tho dollar
This is a business pioposition entire
y as wo cannot publish a paper at a
Joss. We expect to morit your-patron
Ege by giving y tho news of the
county and by giving you tlio best wo
have all tlio time. If honest, straight
dorward handling of all questions re
Gating to tho affairs ol Webster county
labor conn- energetic wide aw alee young man
! The luido is one of the popular young
! ladies of South Ueiid, Indiana, and we
"" bespeak for tliein a long happy mar
ried i lie Meres our liauil, Tul. we
didn't think juu had tho norw.
Report of the Condition
-M' i in -
Webster County Bank
t!Ei) (,1.0111). NEUIMSIU.
(.'Iiaitir No. lot.. liKiiiiiomtiti in tin -.t.iu of
Sibrail.a. at Hit i Ihm of lm-lm-s i mix. r
til. ID ii.
i:i soi aci s.
I.oauh ti ml PlMsiinitH to,Ks,i.'jj
rimilliiri iniil I Ixliiri's t..v;iUHJ
Cum at t in-n-es mill uixch paid nil!.'!
C.iHh Items. iIiu-UmuiiI Items of vs.-
Due (Kim uatlunal ami elate
CioM colli -....,.. . IW.00
llcr. nickels ami cents ........ (.11.81
I'ntal easli mi liliml !f),h.ll,'Jl
C.tliltal hinek paid la .. jjo.tw.oo
Umllvlikil prnilts b'M,rt
linllNliliial deposits Milijii'l
to cluck 'itp'JTt.W
Doiimiul (citltlcattbof ilc-
I'laii ci i tlilcatch ol tlepuhlt M7),W
Total deposits itl.lJO.li'J
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I..S. It, ri.oitANci:, casliltr of tlio aliuo
minuil liiiuk.ilohcifby hw ear that tliealKiMi
htntcanat Is a correct ami true i'(ip of the
report madu to the Stale llaiiklinj lloaid.
meotb with your approval wo invito wnsi: ciisbUr.
jour co-oporattoii and support. Wc II. I'. li.rn, nirector.
are coinpolled to either out down tho , v . M. i a mui i.. ninctor.
nl.nnf llin nimBi-or Ineioiihu the tirlcu ' alwrlb(.il mui hwoiii to before me this
lof hiibsctiptioii and we know that you
lo not want tho qunnity nor the
(quality lossoncd so we lmvo decided on
iljc wlvunce belloviug thnt it will ro
'xsitlvo your hearty approvnl.
--ml dnj of NovemlHl' IlKf.
. II. SKI I. lts,
DcWitt's Kidney aivl Bladder Pills
Schaffner & Marx
es we nave orougnt
together for your use.
You'll find a lot of variety
in models; new ideas in the
cut of pockets, in the lapels,
in the shape of hack and flare
of 'skirts. YotfH find an amazing
variety of patterns and weaves to
select from; blues, grays, olives;
stripes, self-stripes, plain colors.
Every fabric used by Hart
Schaffner & Marx is all wool,
strictly; they use no other; you're
sure of the quality. The tailoring
is just as good as the cloth; and
there is no question about style.
Overcoats $15 to $50
This store is the home of.'Hartl' 1
Schaffner & Marx ,., clothes
STOREY & FOWLER
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