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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1911)
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is nearly here and we ask you to come in early and select
Your Holiday Presents.
' Don't forget that we carry the heaviest stock of Books
of all kinds. Hundreds of the standard novels at 50c per
volume besidesthe later popular novels and the many beau
tiful Gift Books.
The Conklin Self Filler Fountain Pen the most satis
factory pen on the market.
We have the finest and largest stock of Pocket Knives
in the city and all strictly guaranteed. These are only a few
items from our Stock.
We invite you to come in and see for yourselves.
CHAS. L. COTTING, The Druggist.
Leather Bolting at Fogcl'a.
Ouy Day win in Superior Friday.
Wm. ltohrcr was In lllno Hill frlilny.
T. J Chaplin of Cowles 1h in town
Clms Fort 2imo dowu fiotu Orleans
C. M. Smith left Wednesday for
Jas. Ryan was a passenger to Hast
V. H. Wheolor of Hastings was In
Lois M. Taylor of Aurora was in
Frank Johnsou of Rlvcrton was in
Davo Graleb of Superior was on our
All kinds of Electrical work done by
Mrs. J. H. Robinsou is on the hick
list this wcelc.
Clifford Rigg was up from Guirio
Ralph Huutcr of Iuavale was on our
Will Kout left on business Monday
for flrokcn Row.
The County Commissioners were In
sessiou this week.
T. J Jachutn of Lebanon, Kas , was
in town Saturday.
R. L. Crews of Hastings was a visit
or in town Monday.
Otho Owens left Monday for his
home at Logan, Kas
O. J. Forbes of Republican City was
in town Wednesday .
J. II. D.ividsou of Hubbol was in
Red Cloud Thursday.
W. E. Gliddon of Goodland, Kas ,
was in town Tuesday.
R M. Wilcox of Superior was a Rod
Cloud visitor Tuesday.
Ray Miner of Guide Rock was a Red
Cloud visitor Monday.
A. O. Muck of Omaha- was in town
Saturday on business.
Mrs. Claude Melrose returned to her
home at St. Joe Sunday. ' '
Mrs. Moss Abel is visiting her daugh
ter at Hebron this week.
Arthur Newton left this morning
for his home in Hastings.
F. J. Sohonburger of Superior was a
Red Cloud visitor Monday.
Mrs. E. W. Ross who has been quite
ill 1b better at this writing. "
F. A. Ault and Geo. S. Joyce of Al
ma were in town Tuesday.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs Harry Cram
er, a baby boy, last Sunday.
Miss Lacy Decker was a business
visitor in Hastings yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Burden visited
friends in Franklin Thursday .
Speolol attention given to diseases
of eye and car. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr. Stockman, Red Cloud, Nebr.
W. A. Wiley of Hastings was trans
acting business in town Filday.
Dr. A. J. Boron of Cowles was in
was in town Friday on business,
0. E Abott of Suporior was ttans
anting business in town Monday.
Mink Clow of Rlvcrton visited re
latives in town tho first of the weok
Allen Johnson of Forest City, Mp.,
was in town Saturday visiting friends
Ned G i lines has moved into the
Will Bailey i esidence in tho I'latt addition.
John os r handles the best mitieo
meat in town. Try somo and bo con
Geo. Mlllor returned to his home at
Ravenna after spending several days
I will buy your furs, hides, uoultry,
and sell you hard and soft coal. J. O.
John Armstrong and ifamlly of Say
brook, 111., are the guests of John Coon
Mrs. L. H. Fort and Mrs. Clms.
Furgeson of Orleans were in town
E. J. Shrack, J. G. Morgan aud Win.
Lutjehavnes of Alma were Red Cloud
C. R and Ray Postum Htid Howard
Fragell of Republican were Red Cloud
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Griffith of Clay
Center, Ku., aro in the city this weok
Mr. and Mrs. It J. Skecu left Mon
day for California where they will
spend the winter.
There will be no meeting o' the D.
of II. next Tuesday on account of the
George Shoppardson returned to his
homo at Rivorton after transacting
business in town Tuesday
A. I). Wonderly retained home Mon
day after a month's visit in Pennsyl
vania and other eastern states.
Mrs. S. C Rife leaves to-morrow for
a visit with her childron and othor rel
atives at Beatrico and Lincoln.
The Ave hundred qlubmet with Mrs.
Chas Potter Tuesday evening and a
good time is reported by all present.
O. T. Conoway, agent for tho North
western Life Insurance Co. has located
in Red Cloud and Intends to open an
Mrs. Clara Sherer is building a new
house in the west part of town. Sho
expects to occupy it on her return
Dr. Cross will be in his office over
the State Bunk everyday in the weok.
Havinir discontinued his visits to
Foot warmers and all kinds of Lap
Robes, everything to keep you warm
while you ride. Joe Foqel the Har
Clark Stevens and wife visited lu
Alma the first of tho week with their
son Bert who has launched out in the
photograph business there. They re
port there son having a good buBl-neBS.
Do Your Christmas
I0ur different lines of goods
$ are ready for you.
Our store it open in the evenings.
Mrs, A. W. Holtugraiu atiildaughtor
Mabel aro visiting in tho country at
the homes of James aud Kubt. Dewitt
Bobby Hydo of Lincoln, one of our
ball players of three joins ago ivlsltrd
Dr. Holes Monday and renewed old ac
quaintances. Go to Sloss for wall paper, paints
and varnishes. Also see Christinas
lino of Madorens Cupids, Sepias and
Mr. Ivans Amauk mid daughter of
ueur (luldfl Rock wore visiting her
parouts Mr. and Mrs, A. W. Holm
I'tin Sam:; Tho two buildings e
cupled by the Chief Office and E. H.
Newhouse'rt jewelry store. Inquire of
E. H. New house.
Mr. aud Mrs. O. Hughes of Hastings
who came down to attend tho Y. l
Club dance Tuesday night returned
Rev. Jui hoe will prcach'.nt the Breth
ren church next Sunday both morning
and evening aud at the Indian Creek
School houso at 3: p. m
The Red Cloud Civic Association
will meet again for perfecting the or
gatiizotlou on Friday evening at 7:30
in the Commercial Club rooms.
The Job Printing equipment of
tho Chief Ofllce is up-to-datu for all
kinds of rvntk. Quick service, heat
workmanship and reasonable prices.
Don't forget we make farm loans
money ready the day tho title is ap
proved. G.vitunit, Hutchison & Salaiif.n.
Adolph Goth and family have moved
onto tho Engles farm north of town.
Mr. Eugles moved to tho old Skecn
property which he purchased recent
Joe. Fogol is excavating tho cellar
for his new harness store, he will com
mence to erect as soon as the woathcr
permits, on his lots adjacent Koon's
Miss Mattie Wofford returned to hor
home in Kansas after a four weeks re
vival In Red Cloud and Cowles. She
made many friends while hero who
look for a speedy icturn.
The Ladles of tho Christian Church
will hold thoir annual Christmas Baz
aar at the Woodmen hall Saturday,
Dec. 10. Dinner and Supper will be
served at the regular prices.
Without opiates or harmful drugs
of any kind Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound stops coughs and cures
colds. Do not accept any substitute
For'sale at Dr. Cook's drug store.
0 Anybody that wishes to entor Hogs
for tho Farmers Institute please let
the Secrotury know by next Saturday
December 10th. He will be at the
State Bank Rooms, or notify L. P.
See J. II. Bailey for a farm loan,
lie has a reduced rate of interest and
Is sole agent for Trevett, Mattls &
Baker who aro noted -for promptness
and squaro dealing and are always
ready for business
Mrs. J. R.Taekett who lies been vis
iting with her son-in-law J. T. Dia
mond for the past week left for her
home in Butler, Mo., this morning.
Mrs. Diamond accompanied Iter home
to spend the holidays. "Jeff's a-batc!i-In'."
Tho outlook for a heavy building
campaign next spring Id" encouraging
as several business men aro contem
plating on building several business
blocks, besides numerous residences
aro to be built. We look for 1012 to
bo a banner year lu building in Red
The Y. P. Club gave a tarewell dance
at Potters ball Tuesday night in hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Barber who
left Wednesday for Haveloek, where
Mr. lsarucr will assume charge of a
large department store. Betz's Orches
fra furnished the music.
A number of friends gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs Steel Cummings
last Thursday evening and reminded
Mr. Cummings that it was his birth
day. Some excelleut musio was en
joyed while two tables of players
were kept busy at progressive high
five. Mrs Cummings served a dainty
two course luncheon after which the
guests presented Mr. Cummings with
a handsome chair. All departed at a
late hour wishing their host many
happy returns of his birthday.
Mr. Ed Amack, the peoples popular
furniture man, departed for Burling
ton, Iowa, Monday morning where he
goes to select a car-load of useful
Christmas goods. He will return with
the finest display of furniture and
house-hold goods ever shown in tbls
valley. Mr. Amapk knows the value
of good goods and workmanship and
he will secure the best articles ever
made by the craftsman in wood-work.
Every article purchased will be suit
able as a Christmas gift and it will re
main in the house for many years to
years to come and will be a daily re
minder of the thoughtfulncss and
love of the giver.
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It's not Many-but whats here ft
are Good-Bright and Stylish. : : t
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS I
Be a Cloak
or Suit In
you Might Want
25 per cent
off on whats left.
Fresh Peanuts per lb. 10c, 3 for 25c J
New fancy No. 1 mixed Nuts 20c per j We have he Urget and bejt ywi.
$ eties crown and quality the best.
jjj Candy Specials at 10c, 15c and 20c. J Extra fancy Jonothan $5.00 to 5.50 j
(i Special 30 boxes No. 1 Fancy Choco- J Choice, extra fancy Ben Davis 3.75 g
JJ late Creams at 30c each.
m Christmas Committees are especially
5 invited to get our prices. We are
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better prepared 10 serve yuu iuu
Wine Sap1 5.00
Our can Berries at 20c per can is
equal to any Zbc can goods soia oy , Grime8 choice GoWen choice 3 75
others. Why pay 25 percent more. J to 4 50
Call for Turtle or J. M. Brand and Extr'a fincy jonolnan appie8 1 DU.
sret the best extra standard goods l. af o nft
17 t ,-wsm m mww ...
Pked. The prices on these apples are less JK
If you want the best money will buy 5 tj,an tn can j,e bought for today ft
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call for "White House" or Kamo." I in car iots
posed new water ordinauce when n
committee of cltlEensTcquestod the
couucll to meet at the Commerolal
Olub rooms to hear protests against
boot-legging. No action taken by
After listening to grievance com.
mlttce council took water ordinance
into consideration. Moved by Pogel
seconded by Herbergcr that ordinance
bo adopted as read. Yeas Fogel, Abel,
Ordinance to prevent obstruction of
streets bv earth thereon submitted.
Moved by Hutchlsou seconded by
Abel that ordinance bo adopted. Yeas
Fogel, Abel, Hutchison, Herberger.
Moved by Fogel seconded by Her
berger that priutlng proposition or
Argus for water ordinauce be adopted
Yeas Fogel, Abol, Hutchison,. Her
berirer. Argus agrees to print .ordin
anna at lertl rate, also furnish four
hundred copies of ordinance in pamph
let form also envelopes.
Resolution passed that it is the in
tension of this council to concur with
citizens for the extermination of boot
legging. All councilmcn voting aye.
CltT CwmcH Mutt
Rkd Cloud, Nkbb., Dkc. 12, 101 f.
Regular adjourned meeting of city
council with Mayor Foe in the chair.
atuwMVM invH vv(V iiiikuutnuu 1
Herberger, Abel, I
Superintendent Rloh read the pro.r.
J. C. SLOSS
Wall Paper, Paint and
Room Mouldings, Pict
ure Framing, Pictures
and artist Material.
The following Is thu resolution:
Hksoi.ved: That wo exprcba our
gratitude to tho cltlzeus of Red Cloud
for the aid so generously and court
eously tendered Tuesday night to pre
vent the illegal sales of liquor lu the
city and hereby express our purpose to
co-operate to the extent of our power
In the enforcement of tho law.
Representative of II. Mueller Manu
facturing Company of Decatur, Illinois
was present and explained thu merits
of his tapping machine. Moved by
Herberger seconded by Fogol to buy
tapping machiue at not over 950 of
corporation taps for stock on hand.
Yeas Fogel, Abel, Hutchison, Herburg
er. " ,
Adjourned to meet at next regular
Friday, Dec. 83 at One o'clock. Four
miles east of Red Cloud, on the Gott
lelbRasser farm. 8 Turkeys and 15
Geese. Nothing smaller than no. 8
shot can be used. Uenjamln Itasser.
Th Only Exclusive Stor.
The Real Estate Department in the
GMf Office has a large list of im
proved farms for sale that will inter
est any land-buyer or home-seeker. A
number that will pay good interest on
.he Investment. Several that can be
bought on special payment terms.
Many that will enhance greatly in val
ue. These farms are located right
herein the Que at Rki'DIilican Vallkt
CouNTHY-the Heart of the Great Alfal
fa and Corn Belt. 'The hills look green
far away,' but the farm lands at home
are safest and offer the best induce
ments to investors. Good Alfalfa Land
never wears out. Also a number of
excellent City Properties listed, and
everal good local farm trades.
Bring a Merry Christmas
ONE NA C ONE
CENT )Hb9 CENT
EACH S84Srty EACK
Red Cross Seals Provide
Hospitals and 'Sanatoria
Dispensaries and Visiting Nurses
These Prevent Tuberculosis
and Protect Your Home
Last Tear $300,000 Worth Were SoM
This Year a Million Is Needed from
Red Cross Seals
WILL YOU DO YOUR FAIT?
Red CroMSMk Cost only Om
Cat Mch, and .should be UMd
om the back of il ChrUtnu. Mall
II roo ctanot bur c,0) ' la W rid?.
The Miner Bros. Co.
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