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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1909)
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CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
We are prepared as usual this year with a large stock
,of Holiday Goods which will be fully displayed the
the Coming week.
We have the finest line of Books ever brought to Red
Cloud. Fine Gift Books. The latest Novels and a
beautiful line for Children and young people. Our
stock of Toilet Goods, Perfumes, Toys, Doll Cabs &c.
is as large as ever. Don't forget that we have the
which are the best made, and a gift the whole
family Can enjoy.
WE ENVITF YOU TO CALL.
CHAS. LCOTTING, TlteDraggis
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l.u'h . it trlttss tit Mitchell's Jt-mlry
D stm-t Court' is in hi'silon this (
w oc k I
lvi'iniotli William spt'iit Suuilny in ,
(t. A. Wells of I'owlos was in town
Alvin l'ope arrived Wednesday morn
ing on 13.
Mrs. Dr. Jones went to Alum Satur
Mrs. Pete Hanson left for Onmlia
Ray Simpson wont to Armour, Neb.,
Fred Gerlach of ltobctnout was in
Ned Grimes will spend Thanksgiving
day in Blue Hill.
Dr Cunningham's sister returned
Geo. Morhart and family spent Sun
day in Guide Rock.
The finest in table silverware at
Mitchell's The Jeweler.
See Dr. Stockman for eye glasses
Wm. Kirkpatriok of Guldo Hook
was in town Wednesday.
Wantk A fresh milch cow. Inquire
at Newhouso Bros Store.
Mrs. Hughes returned to her home
in Hastings Friday noon.
John Street and family expect to
move to Illinois next week.
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SAY MISTER ! ! !
Having secured three
a BIG BARGAIN, we are willing to divide with you.
COME AND SEE,
PLATT & FREES CO.
P. S. We sell only full rolls: 15, 20 and 40 rods.
Subset ib r..r tin- Chief
1'ritPHt StfiiyiT was down from Mo
Cook the first of tho week.
.lames Convll wa down from Mc
Cook the titvt of the wcok.
H. O. Dulcor wtiftdown ftom llopubll
f.ui Citv the first of the week.
Kliler lltissoiig lias piirelmsail tho
liome now ni'cnpieil by l'aul l'opy.
The Junior WliWt Club met at tho
lioino of Ned Grimos 'l'ue.sday evening.
Warren liOiigtin, who has been Unit
ing relatives in Coueotdin, Kits, is
Mis Auuu I'iehards went to Hastings
Wednesday noon to spend Thanks
giving. Buy a whip of I'ogel, the harness
man, and get a freo clianee on the $18
Clias. II. Carrier of Salina, Kas., lias
accepted a position with the Topee as
Attorney A. M. Walters of Blue
Hill was attending district court here
With every SI whip bought of Joe
Fogel you get a free chance on an S18
Mrs. Thomas of Cowles visited at
the home of hor son, Dr. Thomas the
llrst of the week.
Jim Aloranvillc has installed a rural
phone and those needing veterinary
service call on him.
The best, most pleasant, easiest and
safest pill is Rings Little Liver Pills.
Sold by Henry Cook.
Take your spectacle caso to Now
honso Bros. They willputyour initials
on it, free of charge
Henry Hartley, father of Mrs. Dr.
Thomas left for his home at Franklin
tho last of the week.
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carloads of wire fencing at
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Allen Titlli'siipirtt'il Sunday night
for l't. Morgan. Colo., mIhmo lu will
woik for Will Taber.
The G. A. II. and the . It. C. en
joyed an oster supper at their ball
last Saturday evening.
Clins, Hoblnsoti came down fnuii
Hustings Wednesday to spend Thanks
giving with his family.
Koontz A Weesner shipped u carload
of hogs to St. Joe Sunday. Wade
Koont accompanied them.
Mr. Jim Hewitt and children are
visiting her ".liter. ts. Kwrt Kootis
neat Ouldi IJoek this week.
Vain r Miigliiness niul family huio
moved to lSepub ifii'j City where tlu
will mal.0 their t'utute home
Bruce It'obiiiHnii eanie down from
t la, Center Wedilcsdiiy to spend
Thanksgiving with his parent.
('t ' "f hoiting and cook n'ove In
to si, i i .1 u Inter. Order your stine
i i mm Morhhi't liron. now.
I. M. IJurges 1ms pittehtisMi the
Tutu i- piop-rly on North Webster
street and has moved Into the same
II. N. Hut ledge has moved whli IiIm
family to CHI, Colo . whore ho ha
ink on u claim. We wlili him miccoss.
There will bo a Temperance program
given in the M. K. eh iron neM Kiunlny
evening, Xov. 28fh. You will be wel
The Ued Cloud High Mhool foot ball
team went to oberliu, Kaus . this
morning to play the high sehool team
of that place.
Murhnrl llro-. have their hard coal
stoves on their (lonr. Come in and sue
tlto finest line of the best stoves you
ever looked at.
.lust rtceived another car ol etia
choice cabbage at The Miner Ilios. Co.
Sl.'Jo per hundred in (inanity of a 100
pounds or over.
The ladies of the Congregational
church will hold their monthly market
at P. A. WullbiandCs CJrocory Store,
Saturday, Nov. 27th.
Dr Warrick, tho specialist will meet
eye, ear, noso and throat patients at
Dr. Damercll's oillee in Ked Cloud,
Tuesday, December 7.
Will Taber and family loft Sunday
night for Ft. Morgan, Colo., where
they will make their future home.
We wisli them success.
Morhart llros. carry a complete line
of Electric lamps, Carbon, Tungsten
and Tantalum also hi-low lamps 1(5-1
Get your lamps of them.
A friend in need is Plnesalve Curbo
li.ed. Never bo without it. Pincsalve
Carbolicd is good for cuts, burns,
bruises and scratches. Sold by Henry
Noble HalK who has been lineman
for the Hell Telephone Co., iu this
city has resigned his position and gone
to Guido Hock where he has accopted
a similiar position.
Tho W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
C H. Hust north of town next Wednes
day afternoon, Dec. 1, and if the
weather is unfavorable they will meet
with Mrs. Uobt. McHride in this city.
Lesley Cone, Vaua Dunbar nnd W.
T. Coons from Guido Itock, E. .1. Pct
terson of Uladen, C E. Putnam nnd
Emery Fowler ot Cowles, Chas. .lackson
and Chas. Guthrie of Koscmout all
atoattending court the week.
If you want tho best remody for
your cold, insist upou Bees Laxative
Cough Syrup. Through its lavativo
piiuciple, it gently moves tho bowels,
and in that way drives the cold from
the system. It stops tho cough by al
laying itillammntion. Sold by Henry
You will not bo able to etite jour
cold until such time as it is driven
troiu the system through the bowels.
IJees Luathu Cough hi nip gently
moves the bowels and not only iliiico
the cough from tho system, but at, tho
same time it stops the cough, hold by
Mr. W. M. Hauls, the all around tin
ner and plumber lately employed in
the Iteil Cloud Hardware and Imple
ment Co.'f. establishment left Tuesday
night for Otis, Colo , where he will en
gage in tho llardwate business. Mr.
Harris is an expert iu his linn and will
undoubtedly lender the people of Otis
good service in his chosen field.
Four yearn ago .lohn Copley living
north of Inavale lost his watch in his
Hold. Last week while picking corn
he accldently struck something witli
his foot. I'pon examination ho dis
covered that it was his long lost watch.
Ho brought the watch to the local
jeweler store here, Newhouso Bros.,
and when the mud and dirt was cleaned
off tho caso the wntch started oil" ap
parently none the worso for its four
Lest We Forget.
llavlng'givon our reasons for the in
crease in the subscription price of this
paper wo wish to make plain when the
now rato takes elfoct
On and after January first the price
of this paper will bo 81 fit) per year iu
advance. However any one hiihtciib
ing before January 1st. may take ad
vantage of the old rate of 11.00 por
year. Also renewals will bo received
at the rate of 51.00 per year until Jan.
1st. You can pay as many years In ad
vance as you please. C. 11. Halk,
S. J. CUNNINGHAM
Successor to Dr. J. S. 1: M Hill
At the old stand ever the
State Kankp Phoncl3fl.
Chronic and Serious Diseases.
Red Cloud, office Royal Mold.
Consul.ition Free, again
Frid.tN November 26th.
The "li ' ,-f Japan' which was
pbmd it ! ip ia IiotiM' last llntis-
day inn i No 1 ooil -.Low
Mr. a. i I! i .1 ine- oi lay
CdllU'l' V ii in i,t,-tsi ll I.Jilll i
Mr. and M John GvilTeth lid- wi.k.
The wi mid lntiiso interest
tirouwd t Mi lliihMinii'w t hautiiiupia
sniiith mi th Paradoxes of Jesus
Christ" wi'l iiliuitiulo in u I'llimiN
noxtsiinl.il night at 7:30 when he
present tli timl puimlox of ihesetiun
of tlvo T' u u ill tie the one on "The
Parados ot the IVmut of .lewis Christ '
It Is u .trntin tl-fitise of the Dlvlnit of
our Lord ntiil should be heard ti all
who doubt or adote 111 Kmhlp to
Ood The morning sermon on mst
Lord's day. Xov. 28, will W on the
question 'Is the World Growing Bet
ter'.'" Von itc cordhlly invited to
hear these sritiion. L. An. Hi woi ,
Jacob Uiit'ie, aged "iSyeais, who lius
lived in Webster County :." years or
mote, died h.itiu day tnotiiiuir u lht
hospital at Lincoln, w here lie had In en
tieated for vat tons complication, and
his body was brouirht to Ueil Cloud
Saturdav niL'ht. Holoavesa wife, and
seveial childien, an aged mother and
five sisters and a brother to mourn
his loss. His sisters Mrs. Leiggit of
Hebron. Nehr., Mis Sonliia Chambeis
of Harden City, ICas., and Mrs. IC.
S. Itickards of Colorado City, Colo.,
Mrs. Jonn Kellogg nnd Mrs. Adam
Morhart and his brother Charley of
this city were present at tho funeral.
The funeral occurcd Tuesday after
noon and the interment took place in
tho Red Cloud comctery. Uev Cress
man preached tho funeral.
(11V WlllSl'KltlNIl .SMITH)
The Literary Society is not "dead
Miss Richards spends her Thanks
giving in Hastings.
Frank Ellingor and Cecil K.ssig arc
aguiu iu school after a week's visit iu
The High School was favored by an
instrumental solo by Miss Hertu Green
Tho touchers of the Lincoln school
gave an unusually tine Thankegiving
program, this jetir.
Tho Normal class having llnislied
Heading and Grammar took the regu
lar teachers examination, Saturday.
They now take up Geography.
Our foot ball boys are doing credit
to themselves this year. They will
play Oberliu, Kas., Thanksgiving, the
weather permitting. Don't eat too
much Turkey boys, you may want to
play another game.
Dr. Sheppard of Lincoln gave a
most intc testing and humoioits talk
to tho High Sehool Monday, lie spoke
about the Sailor's life ami comp.ucd
our school life with tho'liteon high
son. His talk was much appieeiated
by the students. Wo are always glud
to take advantage of the instruitnc
lectures given by learned men.
Tho Hist bi-moiithly spelling cuiitt st
of the Hod Cloud schools, grades 7 to .'$
inclusive shows the following result.
Percent ot standing average
Grade 7 0 0 I i
Hoys ' .13 8a &7 70 Cs
Gitis Ml S.'l 01 7!) b7
I'eieent of highest standing.
Hoys 70 0(5 TOO 100 100
GiUs 100 100 10U 100 100
Percent of lowest standing.
Hoys n titi 00 It) :J8
Girl's 5(j fil 71 5'2 70
Those having the highest standing
in their respective grades are as fol
lows: Grade 7, Paul Polnicky, Blanche Doner
Alison Cowden, Dtilu Pltz.
Grade 0. Ilaiold Ludlow, Hazel Wolfe,
Gladys Pry, Prude Hull'or,
Grade 5, Ernost1 Xewhou&e, Kussoll
Jones, Kenneth Johnston,
Nevada Mackoy, Itessie Havel,
Pearl McConkey, Ruth I 'egg,
Teresa Helglo, Liditi Trout,
Violot Zeiss, Mabel Lamburn,
Grade J, Eugene Stridor, May Huffer,
Grade .'5, Josephine Heigle, Myra Dvuiis
To TISR Public
Tho Merchant Delivery will com
mence Dec. 1st 11)00. In order that
your orders can be delivered promptly
you must Imvo your orders in Promptly
by 8 A. M., 10 A. M., P. M. and I P, M.
L. M. Crablll.
h hi I1 1 '."ill
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Long Coats, medium length and short loose
Coats and closer fitting. The new high collar, Mili
tary cut, etc., etc.
In rough Scotchy stuffs in soft buried stripes in
tich warm colors.
$5, $8, W, 915 up to $25.C0
The Man, that passes this store on Overcoats will
miss the best Overcoats in town.
Gowden-Kaley Clothing Go.
Always Reliable First Door North of Postoffice
Just Unloaded Direct FROM
one of the Largest Factories
of the East
No Middlemen's Profits to add.
Medium or High Class WE have it.
ALL THE PHONES
Amack 8 Chancy
Our New line o'
ALMOST READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
re have bought the best line Red
Cloud has ever
flOur prices on Diamonds are the lowest in
town. We buy direct from the cutters and
our margin of profit is very small. : : : : :
J. G. MITCHELL
JEWELER AND OPTIGIAN.
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Do you know ttmt It will pay VOU, as
welltis US, to buy your JJulldiHjf Alii
torial mid Coiil ut ouryurds'f Not only
that our prices aveijaqi: lowor, or at
leas,t as low, as tlioso of our comnotlt-
ors, out iikoacse wo take especial caro
of andpiott'ot all can be classed as
It K GUUK C U S T O M K H S .
STOCK is the pride
of our store, a net every
Man's Overcoat is here!
We mean by that,
that no matter what a
Man's Overcoat liking
may be, there's a Coat
here that will
Fil His Mind (o a
' crwwMi mini ifi iiim n
1 hies lie Jfi,;i a
conservative style a
Chesterfield 'Cot . in
of IJlaeUs and Oxfords
for him. Some are
Hoes he lean toward
something more strik
ing. J We've any num
ber of them, showing
iwaasa (vury new model and
had to display. : :
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