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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1909)
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come. Awrii.ihlu mars d of
embraces distinct advantages not
found in any other fountain pen. A
great favorite with writers the world
over and a most acceptable kHi.
Make your selection now. Gift pens
In Christmas boxes.
We haw the reputat
ion of always h,iinu the
luit selected toc-k of
Christmas Goods in the
city ami this year we are
better prepared than
Here are some sug
gestions. Books, Book
lets, Cards, Hand Paint
ed China, Doll Cabs,
Dressing Cases, Mirrors,
Stands, Vases, &c, Per
fumes, Albums and Toys
till WE can't rest.
Come and see.
CHAS. L. COTTING The Druggist.
Dr. Damoroli wont oast on 11 Tues
day. Frank Studcbakcr is homo from
Renew your subscription for the
Rich cut glass at Mitchell's Jewelry
Don't forget Nowhouso tiros'. Calon"
dor for 1010.
Mrs A. A Tope enmo home from
Rev. Fitzgerald was in Superior the
last of the week.
Mrs. Henry Rutlodge went to Oils,
Rev. Smith and wife aro home from
The county commissioners are in
session this week.
Uert Carr came down from Minden
.he first of the week.
The finest in table silverware at
Mitchell's The Jeweler.
See Dr. Stockman for eye glasses
Fifteen inches of snow fell on the
level hore the past week.
Wahtk AfreBhmllchcow. Inquire
at Nowhouso Bros Store.
Mrs. C. II. Potter was in Hastings
the latter port of tho weok.
Mr. and Mrs Chambers have return
ed to thoir homo in Kansas.
Read Elmor Wilson's Public Sale add
in another p-trt of this paper.
Roy Itifo and wife returned from
Denver last Thursday morning.
Clarence Carpenter arrived home
from Lineoln Nilurdny evening.
A. T Walker returned Tuesday
from the eastern part of Kansas.
Mrs. Chns. Crabill entertained the
Junior Whist elub Tuesday .evening.
Rev. J. M. Rates will hold regular
services at tho (trace church next
Buy a whip of Fogol, the harness
man, and got a frooehunoe on the $18
John Corbett and family have moved
into thoir new residence in the Piatt
With every 81 whip bought of Joe
Fogol you get a free chanco on an 818
The Xmas line of Picture Mouldings
are now in at Mctcalf's Studios, Potter
block, up stairs.
Jim Moranvillo has installed a rural
phone and those needing veterinary
service call on him.
Did you over try getting your pic
tures framed at Motcalf's Studios, Pot
ter block, up stairs.
Take your spectacle caso to Now
houso Bros. They willput your initials
on it, freo of charge
Matt Doyle had the mUfortuno to
break his arm this week, while indulg
ing in a wrestling contest.
Get your boating and cook stovo in
to shape for winter. Order your stove
repairs from Morhart Bros. now.
It will pay you to read, the Xmas
edds of our merchants in the Chief
this week us they will 6ave you money.
The play entitled the "Old Clothes
Han" which was played at the Opera
House Saturday evening was well liked
by all present.
Morhart Bros, have their hard coal
stoves on their floor. Come in and see
the finest line of the best stoves you
ever looked at.
The thcrmomentcr registered 17 de
grees below zero Wodncnday morning
ing which was tho coldest morning
so far this winter
The little two year old girl of Mr.
and .Mrs. Manly, who live on north
Webster street died Wednesday even
ing of wliooplng cough
NotIci The Minor Bro. Co. s clock
will stop H.iiurduy at 1 p.,m.. ami after
that at :S:1" p in., to accommodate
tho-e eotuing fioin a distance.
Mrs Unerstetta of Tociunseh at
lived in the elty Saturday night for a
visit with her daughters, Mrs. W. S.
Beuso and Mrs. Beit .Morhart.
Mrs. I'loioiico Suladeu and daughter,
Mr. (Jen. Baker and Mr. Alf Saladen
departed for California Wednesday
morning whero they will speud the
acj.tnj go U2UO.T3 uiojj
Dpmxs j;paio(I f JupiRq
The Ladies of the Christaiti ehureh
will serve a ehiekeit pie dinner and
supper in Hie Woodman Hull Saturday
December PMh In ennueetlou with
Mts ,Miu Dew lit went to (initio
Week Wednesday iiinrniiig to make u
visit with her brother mid sls'ets
before loin lug for their fututt homo
MNm Unth I Sin m v mid Mr. AleMin
tier V. (tiiriliier were iuut1h(I at the
Inline of t lie in Ide's parents, Mr. and
Mr. Clin N. Iluriiev Tin'Mlay even
ing, liev M. 'I' Stilller pet-formed the
I'liebest pill is DeWitl's Little Rally
Uisoio- the .ife. fiis, pleasant ami
sine little llol pills UeWitt's Cai
bnlied Witch tlael Salve Is the orl
giiinl. (iiimiI for ents. liiirns ami
ItiuiM's. and espeeiali.v fur piles Sobl
by all il ugglsls.
The lntle baby, daughter l Mr. and
JIk W. j, Koon parsed Into th better
laud Tuesday. The immediate cause
of death was whooping cough and
pneumonia. The sjinputliy of tho
entire community goes out to tho be
reaved parents in this their hour of
The work of the public schools in
tho Lincoln building bus been vory
much hampered of late by tho invasion
of whooping cough which has very
nearly doploated ovcry room. Attend
anco at the Sunday schools lias like
wise fallen off and indications arc that
most of tho Christmas exorcises will
be dispensed with this year.
Elder J. W Strnwn of St. Louts,
Mo., will preach at tho regular services
at the Christian church noxt Lord's
Day Doc. 12 at 1 1 A. M You are cordi
ally invited to hear this grand man of
God. The Blblo school meets at 10 A.
M. and the C. E. work is opened to
all young people at (5:110 P. i. Rev.
Hiissong will preach at the 7:li() P. M.
service A warm welcomo awaits all
Miss Helen Vearka, the etllclent
viand mixer in Robinson's restaurant
attended tho marriage of her sister
Miss Maggio to Mr. Oni Shuck at
Bloomingtou last Tuesday. MibsIIolen
showed moro excitement than the con
tracting parties owing in doubt to the
fear that perhaps a like fate might be
her portion in tho near future.
Property dwners who cloancd the
snow off the Bide walks for the bene
fit of the publlo deserve praise for the
prompt performance of their duty.
Likewise those who did not should
receive condemnation. It was really
pitiful to see small children flounder
ing in the deep snow on thoir way to
school. We do not have snow enough
In this country to make work and
when it docs come tho wnlks should
bo promptly cleaned.
The Denver evangalist Mr. A. C.
Root is hero and began the meetings
at tho Brethen church on Tuesday
evening. Tho attendance is good
considering the weather and bad roads.
The attention is splendid and it should
not bo otherwise as Mr Root is an in
teresting speaker. The subjects that
will be handled during these meetings
are some you can not miss Every
body is 'united and urged to attend.
Tell your friends about the meetings
The M. W. A. lodge elected the fol
lowing olllcers at their meeting last
Thursday night for the ensuing year:
Venerable CotiKul, C. W. (trout.
Worthy Adviser,' B. II. Nowhouso.
Banker, L II. Fort.
Clerk, I'M. Hanson.
Escort , C B Hale.
Watch, A B. McArthur.
Sentry. II. .1 Maurer.
Chief Forester, H. C Runehey
Manager. .1. O. Caldwell.
Physicians, Haines, Miteholl mid
Doctor Thomas desires to Inform
his patients thsit lie will be in Oniahti
next Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
tho 13, II and 1: of Deo. But will be
homo the Kith. He goes to attend a
meeting of the Woodbury Study Club.
This Club is composed of twenty five
Dentists of Iowa, and Nebraska, who
meet. 'twice n jear for Professional
Lectuies. and Clinics, employing the
bust instructors that can be bad. lie
will also attend a meeting of the Ex
ecutive Council, and the Educational
committee of theStato Dental Society.
He is chairman of the Educational
Committee, which is planning on
starting an Educational Campaign in
Nebraska on tbo euro of the teeth,
thru tbo coopeiation of the Statu
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Sunny Side of life.
A pica for contoutmout, and an
analysis of its philosophy. This is the
only lecture of this character which
gives reasons, uigiimciiti and Illus
trations for and of the true science of
happiness. It is a gleat heart theiuo.
During thu lesturo, the Doetordollvers
his eliatacteiizatlons of tho "The
To.sas Cotutsliip," The Apostrophe to
the Morning Cilorv." "Tbo I lunch
Choir." mid the tender story ot "I'auy
and Mike," all of which aro oiigtual
Dr. Hedley will lecture on the above
subject nt the Opera House, Monday
evening, Deo Kltli.
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The House ofKuppcnhdmer
Not To Early To Think of Your
We are ready to Show the Holiday line of Mens, Boys
and Childrens Suits, Overcoats, Pants, Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Shoes, Suit Cases and Trunks.
Worlds famed line in all Departments.
Keith S Stetson Hats.
MEN'S SUITS $6, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, to $26.00.
Exclusive patterns New Models
Men's Overcoats $5.00 to $35.00.
Most beautiful line of Boys Knickabocker Suits and Nobby Overcoats..
Uur prices are right and our styles are newest.
COME AND SEE US, IT WILL PAY YOU.
The Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
FIRST DOOR NORTH OF POST OFFICE.
List of lottors remaining uncalled
for at postoltleo at Red Cloud, Nob.
for tho weok ending Dee. tith. 100H.
(Jeo. II. Isaae, .1. K Hull,. I. V. Huteh
ins, Marion Cheeks and V. P. Ander
son Thotto will be sent to the dead letter
olllee Dee. , tM !)0'J, if iineulled for
before. When iuiIIIiik for above please
say "tulvei Used."
T. C. HcKi:it, Postmaster.
thosbln a Christmas Present-
When yon make a nteeiit of it
periodical to u friend or it family yon
are toally ulci,tln? a coinpanioii to in
llnenec tlieni for ,'ond tr ill ilniliiK a
whole j oat. If the acquaintances of
your sons and daughters were to talk
In tboin aloud as some peiiodieals talk
to them bllontly, bow tiiiekly yon
would forbid the companionship! In
the one ease as in the other, the best
uonrso is to Mipplunl the injurious
with something oijimlly attiaetlve and
at tho saino timu"'votth uhllc." A
food can bo wholesome and utterly
distasteful. Heading can be made so.,
too. Hut The Youth's Companion not
only nourishes, tho iiVind, but delights
it, just like that ideal human assoeiate
whom you would choose. The Youth's
Companion fills that place now in
moro than half a million homes. Can
you not think of another family in
which it is not now known wbeie it
would be joyfully welcomed"
If tho $1.7.1 for the I'.MU volume is
sent now, tho new -uihsoijbi'r will bo
entitled to all the ixmaiiilug issues of
liiU). If desired, Hie puhlihci will
hold thohoback hi bond tbeui ntl'hriit
mux tune, together with the t'liiistmas
number anil 1 lie Companion' now
"Vonat'.Hii" calendar lor 15)10, litho
graphed in thirteen color and gold.
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J. C MSiCHELL
JEWELER Am OPTICIAN.
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J SAY MISTER III - i
Having secured three carloads of wire fencing at
a a BIG BARGAIN, we are villing to divide vith you. "
CORSE ARD SEE, g
PLATT & FREES CO. a
P. S. We sell only full rolls: 15, 20 and 40 rods. S
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