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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1910)
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Rl Cloud - - Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVEUV THURSDAY
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
Moon Block, Red Cloud
ntored in iiio rostofflce ntiiicii cloud. Mcii.. j In Rivcrlon every Monday
M ISCCOIW UIHM .MdllCr.
0 IS. HALE
THE ONLY DKMOCHATIC I'AI'IIH IN
The agricultural sohoolsare sending
out warning to tho farmor.s to see that
their need corn Is kept In a dry place
Mueli depends upon the inimner In
which wed corn Ih handled and our
f.irmer.s will do well by heeding tins
advice of these men who lmve con
ducted extensive experiments.
Henry ('. Richmond Is again it candi
date foi tho olllee of Chief Clerk of the
liouso In tho coining logislatuio. Two
years ago ho lost tho position by just
ono voto this year he will in all piobu
bility.be inoie successful. Ills many
friends here ate anxious that he bo
recognised for the good work he has
' dono In the past. Ho Is well qualillcd
for tho position and has no ax to
grind. Woiiro witii yon Henry and
trust that this time you will succeed.
One of the moasuro.s to como up for
consideration at, the coming congress
is the act to prevent the printing of
envelopes by the government. It is
argued by many that tho government
should continue ill tho business of
printing and delivering envelopes for
loss money than any printer hi the
land can buy the blank envelopes for
n number of banks and corporations
being pledged to light the bill. Itit is
right for the government to print en
velopes ut cost why would it not be all
right for Uncle Sam to loan money
without Interest, or to sell every
urticlc needed ut cost. The govern
ment udinlts there is no profit in the
envelopes furnished and that the trans
portation of the same all over the
country free helps to make up the
largo dellclt in the postal department.
who want thcirohlldrcn to have tho
bust of everything and they do not
hesitate to procure all that is in the
market. We have no complaint to
make with this but there arc other
people who cannot afford expensive
clothes for their children and they
love them just us much as the people
who Hie more well to do, The result
is the chlldieu are either humiliated
or else the parents are plunged into
debt. Tho money which should have
been spent for food and warm clot lies
is spent for show which is wrong.
The Omaha boaid of education might
learn a lesson fiom our boaid and te-
quire that all students shall appear in
caps and gowns dining commence
ment. We think that our board
should go one step further and require
the seniors to appear in the caps and
gowns ntall the functions connected
with commencement. These gowns
mo fully us pretty and attraetivo ns
any of the hundred dollar dresses and
the appearance of the class on the
stage 1s much more harmonious,
Tho appointmentof a commissioner
to llll the vacancy caused by the lesign
ution of .Mr. Overman should receive
careful serious consideration. Kirst
of all wo hold that a citizen of this
cily should be appointed. In this dis
trict there are three divisions, llrstand
second ward and the township. For
many years past the township has re
ceived the major share of the road
fund and it Is time that the lax payers
or this oily should receive, some of
their money bauk. Again the coin
missloner should be competent and ef
ficient one who will lake a real inter
est in Ike county uM'airs. All roads
leading to this city should be kept in
excellent eoiulll ion. We would much
prefer a conservative man for this
position one who will carefully hus
band the acuity's resources. The men
who have this appointment in charge
have an excellent oppoi tunlty of rend
ering tic county leal service by se
lecting a man that is already exper
ienced in business matters and who
will give us a good careful, business
The Omaha mothers held a meeting
the oilier day to discuss ways and
means of eliminating tin expense con
nected with Hie graduation of their
children, Tliis (inestion of dress dur
ing coinmeiieoiiionL week Is far more
bcrloits than many suppose In thu
first place there are people of means
The spirit of Jesse .lames still is
abroad in the land if we may judge by
the many bauk robberies reported ic
cently. While these robbeis do not
ride into town in broad day light and
hold up the bankers they are yet as
despei ate and as bold. We have heard
private citions censured for not inter
fcrring with these burglr.r.s but tho
fact is that-most of us would hesitate
to attempt to stop four or tlvo dosper
ato men while thpy are' engaged in
oraeking a safe. They would not bowl
tato to shoot and they would certain
ly shoot to kill. However It Is a Tact
that It' people would deliberately shoot
from some scouie place there would
not be so many robberies. We believe
that the law would certainly protect
anyone who would use any means to
checkmate outltiwty ot tills kind. Uf
licers of the law ennnot bo in all places
at all times and if tlie citions would
take it upon themselves to assist at
critical times cilininals would be more
careful and would not bo so high
haiuled. Another thing which keej s
these men going is that -but a small
pei cent of bank robborsarooveroaught
and convicted. I'ncle Sam will goto
any expense and trouble to reach and
convict any violators of his re von up
laws ami it seems to us that he -ought
to be just ib euois. in prosecuting
won why mb "ml kill,
David Kills was born in (ireeiiOouu
ty, Tenn., Dec. I'J. li:i and died at
his homo Jewell County. K'as.. Dec. I.
15)10 aged iii years ll months and 'l'.
He was united in marriage to Nancy
K. Justice Feb. 1, IMiiS. She died Apiil
11. ISS:i. To them-was hoi n live chil
dren, four boys and one girl all of
which arc living except the oldest boy
John It. Kills who died Sept. 'JO. 185-0.
He was united in marriage to Hiley
.1. CotVey Fell. .'!, iSst. To them was
I born two children a boy and a girl,
f Ho moved with his fumilv In .liivnll
County, Was. in lSsl. In early life he
united with tho ( umberland 1'iesby
The fuiieiul sen ices were eonduotd
Monday by Hcv. Hummel at the High
laud M. Fi. church and nltermeut took
place in the Highland eeiueteiy.
A Store Full of the Finest
Awaits Your Selection,
f We offer you thoroughly dependable goods, quality
goods! and merchandise that is New, Correct in style,
and in every way desirable. : : : : : : :
J In buying stock we keep constantly in mind the needs of
rons and endeavor to supply them with the goods which will
respect satisfy in quality, in service, in style. 5 We know
right when we assure you of your complete satisfaction. :
OUR STORE IS THE PLACE TO BUY
YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS,
THE MINER BROTHERS GO.
Dry Goods, Womens Coats, Suits, Furs and Furnishings, Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains,
life No lime raosphaie :ii
Vf7ilftJf "Alum in food mutt therefore act a a poison." VCflTV "
rsViJy y7 Prof. Johnion, Yale University, T yDJ
JU Read the label Buy no jjL
kJ) baking powder unless the- (u
t& Cream of Tartar guarantee v
c is given Cm
A straiflht, honest, Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder. Made from Grapes.
Makes better, more healthful food.
Sold! without deception
A l the homo of .1. H. .luiboe in this
city on Wednesday ovcnlng.Mlsstiraeo
King and .Mr. Omar Wolfe wei united
in marriage by thu Rev. .larboe.
These young people are well I no vn
hy nil our friends as thi'y were iuled
in Webster County in Guilii'lil tow i
hhip where they will inakothei utu 'e
homo ill tho pursuit of farming. Wj
wish tlntn Mieoi".
Here Is Your Holiday Treat
Right at Home
The Season's Greatest Attraction.
Konl Welsh Ladies Cliolr of U l'coulc
Oi'tMos- ui' Uo vi.n ami iiik Piiuhs
"Well, you WuNh people urn pahsloti
atoly ftiurl of niusie, ami you lmve
beautiful voice. 1 have certainly en
joyed your Choir immensely. I must
coiijrrtitulHtH you (Minium Thoinasjantl
your Choir on your excellent perform
ance." II, I. M. The Kid),', at I'unlllV.
July 12, ll)o7.
This is tho third number of tho Lec
ture Course At the Opera Hoiimo
Dee. 111. HMO.
L. L. Borcn Intcrtnlns Officers and
.Teachers of N. E. Sunday School
MY. L. L. Itoreu Superintendent of
the M. K. Sund.iy school, and wife eti
tiM'lnilifil the olllcers ami toiulieih of
1 tin Sumlay sehool tit their homo Kri
luy i ti'imiK, I't-'e. -'l. At i) o'oloel;
"u 'Uiors to tho dining room weio
la n upon ami the (,'ueht were iu-
ii" din Mr. IJoion hnylnn each one
vi-uUI have to timl lliolr place at tho
an c which thoy hooii-did. IMates
won uid lor '1U and n must palatable
1 four onui-so luncheon was s(.(d by
Mrs. Huron ahsisted bv Mrs. Wondeily.
I.loyd llliiosiind Will Horon aetod as
waitors und did excellent work.
After leavltiK the dlniiitf room they
wtuo ontortiiluod lv tho following
yomiK ladies with Instrumental nuihlo:
Misses luov. Honor, Mario ISoss. llaol
Stilller mid l'earl lllnes. Vocal solo
by Itev. ToinpUins.
Uecltulions and stories wore jjlvon
by tho rest ol tho company. At the
oloHe of tho pioiam Hlesl bo tho tio
thul binds wan shii' and they all wont
awaypronouiielii(,r Mr and .Mrs Itaren
The Youth's Companldn In 1!MI
.lust tlftv two fjood numbers, one
nftor another, of only tho best read
hi),' seleetod from th world's aluind
iinoo of every sort.
Nearly throo liiindred of the most
entertutnlnpr storlos ovor wrlttoii upt
tho kind tliatuio fniKotte'ii us soon uh
read, but stories that ono loves to re
member ami talk about.
Thou thero. are tho famous men and
women who wrlto for Companion read
ers. It Is Ilia next best, tiling to meot
lujj them fnoe to fuee for they oho'uso
toph's which aio silio to ue of interest,
for thoir audlonco of tlnoo million
Companion rondels. '
The Announcement of the enlarged
and improved Companion for next
ear will tie sent to any aihlic-s fr i. '
and with it faniplo copies of The Coin-1,
Those who subscribe at once, send-'
ill V? ?l.i, will receive lice all Hie is
sues for the lemalulii weeks of I'.'lt),
also Tho ('uinpaiiiuu's Ait Calendar
for )!ill,lltlio;raphod in thirteen colors
Ill IJurkolfv St., Uoston. Mass.
Unelo loo Iloleomb. who locattd in
this ooiint.x in about 7.'1 or 7). died vt ry
suddenly jii Saturday morniii,'. From
what can ue learned he had been in
poor health for some months, with
rheumatism of the heait. but was feel-1 --ri
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down town. In the evonini he VM-ntj (f. THE CHRISTMAS
holuo and with some friends spent
tho ovonitiK in izood spirits, and lelired
in the, samo way. In the morning, his
brother, Hiram, who was staying with
him, arose, built the Hie, got break
fast, then called his brother, but re
ceiving no response, wont to his room,
and after examination, found that ho
had died . sometime during the night.
Ho called aiil and was soon convinced
that medical assistance could lie of no
avail llis-luuoral took place Sunday
fiom the homo of his sister, Mrs. Mary
Aiueson, with whom he made his
home. Interment was made in the!
WaliuitVrocK cemetery. Ho was To
veins old. Kev Hummel coiiiluctid
tlie funeral sorvico. lie was a printer cwerv snre
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liy lllllic? IIU wan m Miumi n. n..- pry
cotintj and Ills frlonus win e snriy in
hoar of his sudden death.
Headquarters - - - - Headquarters
It pays to trade at Headquarters.
The oftener you buy the oftener you will
find it out. Our Holliday goods are on
the way and will soon be opened up for
inspection. We absolutely know we can
save yQU money.
The Mode! Vatioty Store
i VA? w
JEWELRY STORE v
is Certainly a good
name for our Store.
Our stock was never
better or larger than it
h And do not forget thai our prices are riffht for
(? first quality.
The Doctor's Question
Much .Sickness Due to Bowel Disorders
A doctor's llrst iniohtioii when con
sulted by a patient is, "Aio your
bowels i ogular;'" Ho knows thai !8
por cent of illness is attended with in
active bowels anil torpid liver, and
that tills condition must bu removed
gontly and thoroughly before health
can bo restored.
Uoxull Orderlies are u positive,
pleasant and safe remedy for oonsti
pution and bowel disorders ill general.
Wh aro so certain or their great cura
tive value that wo piomlse to return
the purchaser's money in every ease
when thuy fail to produce ontlio satis
faction. Uexall Orderlies are eaten like
paudy, they act quietly, 'l "'v "
Hoothlug, strengthening, healing in
lluonco on tho entire intestinal tract.
They do not purge, gripe, cause nausea,
llnnloiice, excessive looseness, diar
rhoea or other annoying ell'eot. Thoy
uro especially und fur children weak
persons or old folks. Two sizes, '-'."(O
and 10c. 'Sold only ut our store-Tho
IttiMill Store. The II. li. (irlco Drug
We have endeavored
to buy goods that will
please you and give you
ONLY reliable mer-
Our slock rovers evety thine found in a first class ll
We will be pleased
(t to show you our stock
ij any time.
J OPEN EVENINGS
J. C. MITCHELL,
fl The Jeweler.
Read the adds; in the Chief
Well Improved SO acres olohe to low u
for sale cheap ami on easy tonus
.Sm.i.Aii, (iAiuiuii and HiiriunN.
Tho simplicity ot tho Hull detach
able uiubrella has uiudo possible the
extension of this feature to your old '
umbrella. Instead of having tho ohl
frame rocoved buy anew Hull frame
and cover complete. Let Xuwlunito
change your handle into a detachable
one. Tliee.peii'.e is nieroly tho price1
of the new cover $1.00 to S7.00)
which is no more thiin you would pay
for having the ohJ frame rceoveied.
IIi.d Cloud, Nkii.. Nov. '211th, join.
A vacancy havlnir occured In tho
olllee or tho County Commissioner of
the llli District, by the lesignatlon of
.JamosU. Overman t'omnilssloner and
the appointing oIIIcoik; tho County
Judge, 'J'leusiiier and Clerk havtng
met this day, the matter ot appointing
a successor to till tho vacancy whs
continued until December Utli 1010, ut.
Hi o'clock a. m.
(Seal) i:. w. Ito.ss, County Clerk.
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