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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1909)
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UBDOLOUD, NEBRASKA, DtiCHMlltiK Hi. I MM).
NUMBER o I
.1. XV KobcrtHon has u mulo sick j
with luug fever. t
JjIiii Hols worth says he is getting
used to bolng called papu.
ltiest Terroll wont to Kausus with I
Wiirlty McConkoy's enr lust Monday. '
Ki:i Ci.ori). Dee. 7lh., 1J09.
Itoaid met ptii'Miiant to adjournment.'
Members pi csetit Anderson, Chaplin,1
Huinmoll, Ohm-tede and Overman.
On motion the following ollluiul
A Hying innchiue would be pleasure; uomis tt ,, . Hnlov,Mi:
the farmers say the roads could hnrdly T y McClurc Oveisct
Murk MeConkey loads his car for
Abline, Knns. on Monday. He bought
ji furm near theie last fall
Chus. Howe has a phone on line 18.
I'he Basket Supper at Sunny Side
was n pleasant affair. Receipts .') on
the new organ.
A. .1. Hayes spent Sunday at home.
Mrs. O M.Copelen was in Superior
Alva Mefford and wife have a line
sou born December i.
Sawyer Hros. have a man from Den
ver to run their saw-mill.
Hrnost Hayes is uow agent at Troy,
Kus. This is the second prouiotiou in
a tew mouths for Ernest.
Mrs. M. L-ovitt entertained the Kens
ington ladies Wednesday afternoon
serving h dainty luuch.
Mrs. .John Warberof Red Cloud and
.Mis. A.. I. Hayos were dinner guests
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. L. W.
Mrs. Iia Armagost, formerly Miss
.lultii Delay, is hero from South Dakota
visiting1 relatives. She is accompanied
by her children.
Mrs. John liarberof lied Cloud eauio
down Monday to visit Mrs. IS. .7. Hayes
and other relatives. She attended the
Eastern Star Lodge Monday evening
Miss Alma Jewell of Dostwick is
sponding this week with her relatives
here, she is a niece of of Mrs. Hannah
Carber. Mrs. A. H. Cnuy and liobt.
Mrs. Huuuah lleachler fell on tho
icy walk Sunday evening. Her ankle
was b.tdlj sprained and u small bone
broken. She was carried to the home
of her daughter Mrs. Bertha Watt uml
will lemain there till she recovers
Dr. Moranvllle attended her.
The Eastern Star Lodge initiated
Mrs. Chus. Uolund Monday evening.
The following guests were present
Mr. aud Mrs. Uoy Hunter of Superior,
Mrs. Chn Frisblo of Letter uud Mrs.
John liarbei of Hed Cloud. A banquet
was given at KUlott's Commeieial
The otliceis elect of (Snide Uoek
Lodge Xo. lit A. O. U. W. are
Coo. Watt P. M. , (.'. S. Jonea-M. '
Wendell Cauipbell-Foromun, Lee simp-son-Oveiseer,
J. V. Uobiusou-Keeord-or
and Financier, J, ILCrury-Iteeeiver,
W. S. bambert-duide, James Watt-I
W.. John Ohinstede-0. W. and J. IS.
Tho Hoyal Neighbor Camp elected
the following olllcers Mrs. Lva
I-'owlci-Oiaole, Mrs. Ida Delay-Vice
Or.iole, Mis. Mary Woods-Chancellor,
Mi. loin Copelen-ltoeoidcr, Mrs.
P.Iiebeth ltielim-Heceiver, Miss ilstel
la Copelon-Miirshnll, MlesMutloSchul
U Inner Sentinel. Mrs. Claia Thomp
son .Outer Sentinel, Mrs. Loeln Hodges
Manager, Dr. II. S, Iteod-Physiciiiti.
Tuesday evening (Snide ltock I.odgo
D. of II. elected tho following onlceis:
P. C. of II. Mrs. Jennie L. Watt
( , r H. Mrs Clara Parker
I, ,f II. Mr.s. Clurio M. Hunt
C. of C. .Miss Maggio Woodwind
licet rler TSIiss Klia Van Wooit
rinauulor Mr. Mary ). Htiglies
Iteceiver Mis. Ida !'. Hayes
Cshcr Mis. Mae Simpson
I W. Mrs. IHhel Tompkins
O w. Mrs. Hiiimu Schobouig
Otguiilst Mrs. lSlauche Trost
Trustee Mrs. Anna Mason
Medical o.xnuiiuor.s-.J. W. Wobluson
M. I), and 11. S. K'oed M D Six of
fleers are to be appointed by the C. of
No.H.C Ci Pitney Overseer Koad Dist.
No. 71. John W. itehell Overseer
Koad Dist No. Ill, Win. Crozier Over
mci- Koaii lost. Mi. ;i, hit. A mack .
County Coroner. A C, Sluby Coiistnblo
Ked Cloud city, K. .1 Solomon Justice J
of tho Peace llladcn, K. D, Uurr Jus-.
ticeofthe Peace (initio Kock. E T.
Koo Justice of tho Peace Cowles, Kbt.
II. Olmstead Justice of the Peace Kosc
inont, I W. Kdbon County Judge, (Seo.
II. Overing County Surveyor, (. D
Hedge County Hieriff.
Deo. 8th. llW'J.
It was moved aud seconded that the
amount of County Treasurer bond be
fixed at $100,000.00. Motion carried.
It was moved and seconded that pe
tition to divido luavale Precinct in '2
road districts be rejected. It appeur
lug after examining the petition, that
a majority of free holders in said dis
trict are ugainst it Motion carried.
On motion Cleik wits instructed to
advertise for bids on county printing
and supplies. Bids to bo filed with
County Clerk on or before Jan. 11, 1U10
jit l o'clock in. Righl reserved to re
jeet any and all bids.
On motion Clerk was instructed to
adveitise for bids on County Bridges,
wood, concrete and steel as per plans
on file with County Clerk also bids on
hull bur per m, aud on piling per foot.
All bids to be Hied with tho i utility
Clerk on or befoie Jan. 11, lSllft at 12
o'clock in. Bight icseivetl to reject
any or all bids.
On motion clerk was instructed to
advertise lor bids for use of county
money for thoyeais UUOaiid 11)11. All
bids to be Hied with County Clerk on
or befoio Jan. II, UMOat N o'clock ui.
Right reserved to reject any or all bids.
Chairman Auileisou appointed mem
bers Overman, Hummcll and Ohlrn
htede committee to appraise lot 5 in
sw 4 n w 4, 7-1-ld on application of
Frances Hli.ttbeth Hasselbachor.
It was moved aud seconded that
Supeiiiitcntlency of Poor faim be laid
over until nc.t meeting. Motion car
ried. On motion the following bills were
allowed aud wariauts ordered diawu
on general fund for same
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On motion Boaid adjoin ned to Tues
day, Dec. 'JMh, limfl.
(Seal) H. W. Boss,
Just a few ideas from our immense stock. Come in
and see these and hundreds of others. Every thing sol d
with our Guarantee of
Satisfaction or Your Money Back
We have space for only a short list, a visit to our
store and inspection of our stock will show hundreds of other
articles, something useful and suitable for every one from
Baby to Grand-parent. We have made unusual prepara
tions for this Christmas season and seeing will be believing.
Always Pleased to Show our Goods.
Lockets and Chains!
Silver, Plated, IMIled and
Solid Gold lockets from ex
tra small to extra large 50c,
75c. and up.
JC-5v IRlr 9
Silver, Filled and Gold chains
in regulnr neck to long locket
chains, 75c. and upward
For school lioy or Girl a few
special pens at 50, 75, and $1.00
The Parker an absolutely
good pen, warranted by both
the maker and ourselves,
$1 50 to $7.00.
Manicure and Toilet Sets!
An excellent assortment of Silver
Toilet and Manicure Sets, at S.V to
$!" 00. A most useful as well as
An extra large Stock of tho famous
Hull Dutai'iiaiii.k H.Mu:Umbicllas.
Two II u ml red difVerent handles, seven
Grades of covers. Making Complete
Umbrellas from, 52.00 to $21.00
nny handle fits any cover.
Absolutely warranted as to handle
What to Give Her.
Diamond ring S:.(K upward
Plain gold ring '2.'lr,
Stone sot ring 20 "
Lockets .?" "
Shirtwaist set I .(Mi
Voll pins 7.1 "
Jewel cases ."() "
Collar pin sets M)
Holt pins ".'
Hat pins "Jo
Hed room clocks l.'i'i
Itrush antl comb sots .... Jl.fiO
Mirrors '! H
Ladles' Watch Chains
Long chains, fancy styles
$1.75 to $10 50.
Ladies' fobs and Foblcts
Silk with gold trimmings
$175 to $3 50.
Gold Filled $1.75 upwards
lion boti di-lies
Hat plu holders....
Pin trays and bo.xcs
Watch cliaim- or fob
Hat uml cloth brush
Cold filled thtmblo .. .
Parker fountain pen .. .
Moore's nou leakablo pen
What to Give Him
SI. 00 upward
Cloth brush l.ilO
Cnir links '25
Vest chain 75
Manicuring articles ... 5o
Military brushes n'.OO
Signet ring .'1.00
Shaving cup and luusli.. .'00
Tie clasp ,50
Soap box ,5ii
Scarf pin Ml
Smoking set 1,50
Cigar and tobacco jars. . I.T.'i
Pinker fountain pen ... 1.50
Shoe horn 50
Desk tuiiiKhings 5o
Itaud ring ;i (K)
Watch chat ms M)
IJmbiellas -. .())
Collar button box 5(1
(Sold headed cane I, Ml
Stone i-ot ring I.fi'l
Desk clock l.'i:.
llook nun It 50
Hat mark 7."
Pockot cigar ease
Napkin ring ... .
Nickel 75c to $10.00 Silver
$5.00 upward Gold $7.50
DIAMONDS, genuine in
rings, as low as $5.00. Fine
white and perfect, brilliant
cut. $12.00 and upward.
KINGS. Baby rings, Solid
gold 50c and upward. Misses
rings plain and set $1.00 to
Plain and set with Opal Pearls
Garnets, Kub.s and other
fancy stones $2.50 to $15.00.
Diamonds in combination
with other stont s$7 50 and up.
with signet tops or stone set
Gold filled 35c up.
Solid Gold $3 00 up.
Kiibtiiian Urowiiie caiiieras 81 to 512.00
CIGAR cS: TOBACCO Jars.
Glass and Silver $2 00 to $5.00.
Smoking sets $1 50 to $7.00.
To The Public
Tho Merchant Delivery
nienco Dee. 1st 100. in
w ill coin
your orders can be delivered promptly
you must have your orders In Promptly
by 8 A. M., 10 A. .M 2 V M. and P M.
Thelainous Chief Hetl Cloud died
last Friday at the Pino ltidge Agency
at the age of 8(1 yeais. The old .siou.x
Chieftaii leaves no moiirueis in this
vicinity to grieve over Ills depaituie.
His death would havo been u pleas
ing diversion 28 to .10 years ago.
He died us lie lived an enemy of the
white moo. This city however re
t'otvod Its namii from him aud romalus
to testify of the great iiess of that cittol
Motlmrt Itros. carry a complete lino
of Hlectrio lumps, Carbon, Tungsten
and Tantalum also hidow lamps 10-1
(Set your lamps of them.
As a gift to Hie eiitlio fannlj, notli
Ingcquiil the Edison IMionugiaph
It brings the i ntei tiuiiiiu lit ol the
world Into oiir own home. With
EtllSOtl oil lime the nniil-t llielit ,oll
want, when you w.mt il.
Tim Antbcrol four minute lecoui now
over a year on the niaiket is unequal
cd for volume, puiity mid sweetness of
tone. Phonegiaphs 812.50 to ?r'5.00.
Hdisou Gold Moulded two miiiuto
Ambcrel Four Minute Records. 50c.
In fancy dishc an cxlia line of
Uerry tlislies. liutter dishes, ll.iking
dishes. Chuffing dishes, Pickle castois,
and many other useful dishes at pi ices
t i please, all of the well known Auroia
Silver Co.. with tho best possibloguar
antoe. This is lied flood's standaiil
wine since ls0
III flat wine senice such aiticles as
Uerry forks, lee Ci cam folks, Letfueo
forks, lleiry spoons, ('renin and (Sra,v
ladles ami many olheis In both Auioia
Silver Co . and (IoiIihiii puiti'.
A complete line of tho fiuiiou-. Gor
ham MtC. Co.'s beautiful Huttei
.no naltei'll IllSt oliOlietl Up. Tills is
Gotham's latest pattern and is sup
plied In vaiious weights. The word
finriam an u iilet'i' of slhcr attests
to tho full sterling quality-
Hastiuun ko Inks
A well selected lino of those new
cteatlonsot the siliersiiiith made in
Waist pins, licit aud llioneh pins, Hat
plus, and other aiticles. with the birth
moil Hi Honor woi ked out in natural
colois in enamel Prices langing
fiom Vc toi'i.00
Shaving Mugs and Brushes,
In Silver $2 50 to $5.00.
The satisfactory kind.
Winna, Banner, Norma.
American Queen and Car
men adjustable, $1 50 to $8.00
Simmons Armilla and other
round and oval hollow metal
band brat lets, $3.00 to $15.00.
MENS VEST CHAINS!
Plaited 75c to $150. Gold
Filled $2.00 up.
Fobs and Foblets.
Silk fobs $100 to $3.00.
Gold Filled $2.50 to $9.00
an excellent assortment of
these all warrantecd to wear.
Silver plated '1 piece set $9.00
up Other four, live and six
piece silver plated tea sets.
Solid Silver to Order.
Jewel, Glove and Handker
An extra largo assortment or s l,i
and (fold in (Srey, Itiiinished mid r
in ill ti finishes. Something ei ci lady
would appieciate us being both useful
Small boxes suitable for collar and
cull buttons or ilngt- ('c and up
Linger sizes SI () to 815.0".
CLOCKS: Gold ai.J Sibcr plated SI.25 tu
7 50 Woo'Jmanlel clock. 8 day $2.50 up.
Fancy lilaclw c!otL at pries to please your purte,
STORE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
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