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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1910)
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RED CLOUD, NEB.
B. F. Mizcr, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
B. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
'J. nmck was on wlinl mill ruv
1'. ' .! M.irtiinp cuttle
i - Mm. -,11 corn 8bpllir bus lu-cn
Kf i i tiy Imsy llic Inst week.'
i.il.1 Hurry of miow Sntuloy
' it it snon blowod over.
iritis and T. V. White iv
i 'in !iu-Uy onus lliut nve done
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l.u jns (lntrilied sliuclcing eorn
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U r. I I istioi had the inlsfortuiie lot
I luu a nice voiui'r horse cut in tlio'
f wire fence so but that he had to have
hei' shot i
Bob. Hewitt is shiicklntr corn for his J
brother dim. It is the Itr.st corn Hob J
has shucked siucc ha left Kood old Xe-;
braska thirteen years iitfo. I
Don't buy your supply of Dry Goods until you have looked
over Our Stock, have a nice line of dress goods, silks, laces,
embroideries, ginghams, muslin, kid gloves, suede gloves with
silk linings, outings, outing night dresses, outing ready made
skirts, sweaters, underwear and hose.
Childrens and Misses Dresses
Childrens ready made dresses in ginghams,
mother hubbard style at 25c, ages I to 5.
Childrens ready made dresses of ginghams,
percale, linen braicj I rimed, made with waist
and skirt from 50c lo $1.50, ages 2 to 5.
Misses ready made dresses of percale, gala
lea cloth and mercerized repps made with
waists and plaited skirts from $1 lo $3.75.
ages 6 to 14.
Have ihe middy dress for misses made of
galatea cloth from $2.25 to 3.75, ages 6 to
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Mr. Ijiiiiu Hurt his Imok and has ro-sijiiii-il
his posit ion at Will PishiM.
1 loft for olilahutnii Wwdmsudny
wherir lie will spend the winter.
Alfred Mauley wo on tht siclt INt
the hist of Hie week Int in Improving
at this writing. It I- i more than wo
expected on Tliuaksffn n for the way
lie ate did flurpriHO tin- iwitive-.
Sumo olio who little et.otih to steal
a load, of corn from Jay Pope's criti mi
Friday night. WoaroMOiry to thlnlc
thnt tht-re ih anyono in Nelirus'.:a tlint
i littlo and low down ennuch to atcnl
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I'orn wnen inoie is no nincn can lor
(men t work.
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.i,.s V. .1. Harris Is still eonlin-d to
12d. Parker took his small sons and
several other boys for a hunt Thanks,
PHOXES: Kurul.C3. Hell, Black 41,
A Hlcwsiiaiir.r Thai Cihr.s The. Nms Flft-lH0
RED CLOUD, MCltRASK A. I) KC KM liUl!
.Ine lli. Uiiis mid fitiui'y moved to
I he country Moll In .
Mrs. ,1. ). Andrews of Lincoln is tin
;rii"st of her sister, Mrs, Wm. Sawyer.
Mis, Pattnoi'ii and Miss IJuruoll.
li'ii.le Coek teachers visited at Wed
..'ti I I i'o m Friday till Sunday.
Lev I'. L. liarcb of the M. V.. chiiieh
preiiehul iho IIt in It siji v I ii sermon at
tiie linptist chinch 'riiiirsilay nioiuiiip.
.'nuns Watt and wife have been
visiting sew-rnl iliiys in the Mapli.'
(iroe ncilibot'hood south of the river.
Mrs. I'aisonsof Wilsonvillu iiecoiii
punted by two siniill childien has heen
tin' nuest of herdmihtcr. Mrs. Harvey
.1. M liner.
Mrs. Floyd Simpson who fell at the
rink breaking her left wrist is KetliiiK
uIoiik very nicely considering tlio
seriousness of a broken bone at any
The basket ball jfauies here Thuiiks'
tfivinj,' day wore IntereHtiiiK. The
I lili school girls defeated the town
girls by a score of 7 to ilmid the High
school boys defeated the town boys by
a score of 112 to I).
Mrs. V. K. Cat heart and two lltt'lc
dim jib I ( rs are here Troill Dakota the
guest w of Vr. and Mrn. .1. M. Koland.
p-ireiits of its. I'rithcnrt. Mrs. l'oland
Ii.ih bef-n jiiit poorly for some nii-nthu
but is tlioi'itfht to bo improving
The annual tomperntico Sunday
school rally was held at the M. 11.
church Sunday afternoon. The V. C.
T. I'., Iho Voting People's ISrnneh and
L. T. L. all taking part. There were
addresses, 'alfcs. songs, readings and
recitations. The various pastors were
also on the program. It is said to
have been most interesting.
The recent act of April 10th. HiUS
gives to all soldiers' widows a pension
ofSl2per month. rYed Maurcr, the
att'ii(.v. has all necessary blanks.
Childrens heavy fleeced union suits, size 2
45c, rise 5c a size.
Childrens sepcrale garments heavy- wool
fleece, size 22, 25c each.
Childrens all wool union suits, size 2, 75c,
rise 5c a size.
Ladies cotton union suits 50c and $1.00
" 1-2 wool " " $1.50 " 2.50
" all ' $3.00 " 3.50
" extra size " " in cotton 60c to $ 1
Weeks Knr.li Year Kor $1.50.
Tlie rce lit elect ion luis hronuht out
many iuti-icstivg Incls, t It- tno-d lm
portaiit of which is that an ullic" seek
er, no matter whether it tie fur n e.iuti
I ty. statif or national olbee, ninst travel
j the straight and natron path," lie
must collie out Hat-footed uliil state
I publicly and personally on which side
! ..I' flu. ,i. ..ii. I... i i.. i... I
.I miij ...ii(i ,ni..i tti ii i nnrn iiv
stands. The old-time campaigners!
have seen their day Xot so uiany '
years ago a cindbhitc for a public
otllce could go thru the village making
stump speeches mid leading parades'
thru the village streets with brass!
bands and limning torches. That
sort of campaigning has also seen its
day. Voters all over the country,
especially fanners and laboring men,
are waking up to the fact that in days
of yore they were simply the dupes of
political graf'ers. In t hose daysa jug
of "bug juice" a box of old Virginia
Cheroots and a little political "salve"
would give a candidate mole votes
than all the speeches he could make
Xowadays tlio farmers and latmring
men study politic, they realize that it.
is for their own wetfaic that they
should do so and the candidate who
hood-winks them must be up to simlV.
or course now ami then a candidate
may do tt but hs lifo i, short, live J
uinl lie Hat he usiialy goes down into
tin grnvo of the one tenners. The
people wan i olUc.o holders who (ire
clean, honorable, uptight men, men
who Will come out and face their op
ponents on the battle Held and light
for what, they think is right They
want oiy-jf-.hohlers who will come out,
when mrtu'liig their campaign, and
state exn"tly where they stand, they
want tin it; to take sides on all the
important i-sues of the ciimpalL'U and
not straddle any of them. The day of
tag has also seen its time, as has also
thccrossllrcd, cross tongued, stradd
ling candidate The farmeis and
laboring men are' not the fools some
people take them to be and the sooner
the candidate for public ollice realizes
tills the sooner will we have good,
clean polities. The bitter pill which
some of the straddlers had to swallow
at the last election is a lesson which
should not bo forgotten by candidates
who enter politics at, the next election
and hope to win. "Come out Hat-foot'
ed aud take sides one way or tlio other
and tell the people whoro you stand"
will no doubt be the advice handed
out by political managers to their of
fice seekers in tin; future Alma Ke
Dear Old Nebraska
With expansive prairies and vast Holds
Which nodded in welcome upon mv
To the land of my youth when life
Aud the enchantment of nature seem
ed muddled up so.
lloth fond and sad memories are min
gled with ptilu
As 1 search tor old land marks again
The old time sod houses and dugouts
Thlit were built in the banks without
Are only a memory, 1 would not de
The stately trcos'in tlieirleiillcss attlro
Hospeak of the years that have trim-
Surely old father time, Is In evident
For they have grown tall while 1 have
i grow n grey.
Tho the landmarks be dim. I would
' not repine.
Tor evolution changes all things In
And brings out the beautiful, the true-
and the good.
Allll IV. . U'rtlll.1 llni 1 i.f..t.r.i...t 1 .....
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tho East and tho West are grand
And the contrast in nature is simply
Frances lieaiicbamp Mallery
All nbl Itriwi t.i.ul.li.iiT
.Read the adds in, the Chief
Tho world famous inllnUI wilt ap
pear in the Congregational chinch
iW.H.h at H:ts p. in.
The Alamosa TudetiiMident Jotirnal
speaking of him says: "It Is not in!
our province to give him such piaise
lis Is (tile Ills II 111 tit v. bill U'i vnlee t tin
seiitiuient. of the entire coiiiliiunlty,
when we say such uiarveloiis placing
as he did was never before heard in
thisclty. In a word, be is a very.
very great artist." Says the Seattle
niiuy.Mar "wnen lie reiuovel tincc
strings from his llddle ami played the
mocking bird with variations op one
string the nnplnuse was deafening."
Tickets for sale at Cutting's store.
Price '.'."i and fit) cents.
Scii!r.y. Who Filial lilt: Czar Of Russia,
Will be at Hit: Poyal lloti.l.
F. II Heeleyof Chicago and I'hlla
dolphin, thi' noted truss expet t. will bo
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at the Koyal hotel and will remain in
lieu i loiui nits wotinosiiny only Dec. "What is the Truth?'"
7lh Mr. Seulcy says: The Sper- Hut the corn and the whont and tho
matlc Shield Truss as now used ulnl live slock ami the Iim.v mid the chick
approved by the fulled States govern ens will lieep right, on coming! Tlio
mcut will not only retain any ease of millions of, foil ilo acres will remain;
ruptiiro perfectly, iiiroi(H.ngiuiuiodlate and wax in thulr fertility, "Tho
relief, but closes tho opening In 10 u,eat Anierlcu l)ocrt" of forty years
days on the average Cifse. and costing1 ago will continue to buigeon and to
only proportionate with common I blossom In sail of ronublieaii liore-
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iiu.sni.-p. mis iiiniiiimoiTi re.cMlll
the only awatd' in K.igbuid and In
Spain, proilueing results without siir
gory or harmful injections. Air. Sceley
has doeiiiiietitary references from the
United States government, Washing
ton, I). C. for your inspection. All
charity cases without charge, or if any
interestnd, call he will be glad to show
the truss without charge or lit them
if desired. Anyone ruptured should
We Want Your Jewelery
We want it because we know we are right
on Jewelery. We know we are right because
for the last fifteen years we have been making
a special study of jewelery and making a com
parison of qualities and prices with others.
We have set our prices so as to make sure that
what we sell you is the best that your money
can buy. We have increased our business year
by year and intend to keep up the growth.
We can only do it by giving full value for every
cent you spend with us. This is strong talk
but when we crow we make our crow good.
Our unconditional guarantee of "Satisfaction or
Money Back" forces us to make good and as
sures you full value for your money.
tJOur new lines of seasonable goods are arriv
ing and going on display. We invite inspection
and assure you we like to show goods.
E. H. NEWHOUSE, Prop.
C. B. A Q. Watch Inspectors. Jewelers and Optometrists
romumber Iho dutcand takcadvantitgo
of this unusual opportunity, Hih
homo Kslnb'iut: To Dearborn .Httuut,
A Word of rtiiinks,
I wish in this manner toiuibllclvex
lll'ess III v n mi renin t Inn i.l' I In. snleinllil
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support given mo by the pcoploof tho
','tiih Senatorial District at Ihc.tf'icecliL
' election. Although defeated byacloso
I vote 1 can not but feci gratefiibfor tho
conlidence and esteem of so 'Targe a
proportion or tlio voters ol the district
as expressed at the polls. I thank you
one ami all most heartily.
While not successful 1 am still proud
to say I am a citizen of Nebraska tho
best state lu the. union. Friends and
fellow countrymen, we are the citizens
of no menu state. Politically speak
ing. Nebraska will appear to about
hall of us at its very worst today. It
will seem to that half of us as if tho
demuilion bow wows were growling at
nnr very door. Hut they aren't. Tho
ambitious and strifes of men aru a
passing dream, a tale boon told aud
sootier forgotten. Tho "issues" that
today are decided" one vvuv liuiv soon
bo ".twilled" another, and always the
- . . .vi. iKioniii, nun iiina, n inu
j question will stare us In the face,
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- wl(TTIl'mocligrTB,'ill spite ol
hrewcis or pioliibilloiilsls, Nobraska,
with its Inexhaustible natural wealth,
its energetic and healthy people, Its
schools aud colleges, its culture and Its
conscience, will inarch onward to
greatness and power and increasing
Let us be Joyful or as joyful as q
can. And let us have peace
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