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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1914)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. DlSCHMHElt 0, 1iM.
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That's flight, Kee
p lis Busy.
We Like It!
You people do, too, we guess-judging from the good feeling and enthusiasm you show while shopping here.
The Holiday spirit is abroad in the land, all right, and gift giving is the one thought of all.
Jewelry stands ahead of everything in the hearts of those who have friends to remember. Just as it is
appreciated above anything else by those who receive it. Here are just a few suggestions for your
consideration. A visit of inspection will show the many suggestions each line affords, and you must
acknowledge that here you can find something for any one. Remember we lay aside any article you may
select and hold it until you are ready.
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Pic-cminrnt For Gilt Purposes
Is h Good Wutch Our Kind tho
Kind You LIKo v' j
Nothing will give more
lasting pleasure or be longer
treasured. The line includes
the beautiful, dainty, thin
models from $125 down to the
SI. 00 watch.
Ladies' watches, girl's
watches, men's watches and
boy's watches, something in
the line at a price to suit.
The now popular bracelet
$25 down to 2. SO
A CiftEwiy Cm: Will AnrmrlatB mul linloy
Is One of Our PlMnoftrdplis cr l.tlklnfc Mat blurs
We have the three best the Edison
Disc, the Edison Cylinder and the
Victor Victrola and olfet you the
opportunity of making full comparitive
tests, so you will get the instrument
that suits you.
We shall b.j glad to demonstrate
these, or to send you price lists.
$2 go to $1 5 for the Instruments
$7 to SOc font In; Ileum (Is
A FOUNTAIN rI2N
Provides a most desirable gift and the Parker is the most desirable of all
The only pen with the factory guarantee, the new self fillers are the neatest
and easiest working of all self fillers. A varied assortment from which to select,
piain black, mottled or the new Bakelite transparent barrel, some with gold or silver
trimmings and all have the famous Lucky Curve Feed, Spear Head Ink Retainer.
Prices Are $to to $2 oo
The Silver Novelty Line
v Provides for simple, inexpen
sive rememberances. Some
thing good and useful and at
our low prices, something you
will enjoy giving.
In Silver the number of gift suggestions is also almost endless. Silver forv the table in
endless variety, fancy dishes, serving and spoon trays, bread plates, casserols. baking dishes
Table Flat Ware, Knives, Forks, Spoons and an almost limitless variety of fancy pieces
both solid sterling and plate.
Silver, Parisian Ivory. Ebony and Pearl Toilet and Manicure articles, 'in single pieces and
in sets. Something here right for most anyone.
Business Men Banquet .
Again on Tuesday;
Tin! hutiituss njeu's dinner given lit '
tliti Royal hotel mi Tuesday was no ol '
tin' best jet held. The spit It of good
fellowship, us the business men got
lu'quiiilitiMl with ouch other In a social
iuiy, Is beeuming oiy noticeable.
Thc-o gnthei liiK "'' doing moie to-1
u Aid-, drawing our hiislncsh mul pin-
IL'-Silllllll lliell iutniloscrtoliitiotis than '
mi v (hint; elso Unit hus In on utidii'-'
tultl'll ill J t'lll.S t
Thete was Imt one subject under'
dlsi'U-MOii t this trofting nllil Hint
ttiisiln. piuposi'd Cji'iuiii'iy mid li'ti
I'luiit. Mr. Ad.uus, lln-Mipuriiiti.'iiiloiit
of (hi I'liiiihlin plu tit was piohunt, mid
alter tfivltif,' ii hhoit liistciiy of the
etoiuit-iy hiihliiiss, htutMl tlic piuposl
lion hu hud to in ilo fulily mid Minuto
ly lie Htntvil that thotr ouiiip.iny de
bited to move ton linger tlty hoi o it
would huve Vlter fuulMtles for hand-
Unfits IiiuiuiisImk pioduutioii of Imt-ti-r.
Ho bi'lluVL-d that thin tuuitory
was one of the bist in the Mnlo for
dill i y piuposes mul that n utoatuciy
here piopeily iiuuiiicil would be a
pacing institution not oiily for tho
Btoelc holdetH but also for the hcllor-i
of ort'iiin. On arcouiit of the eiuam
bein btou'ht to tho door without any
expense tho ooinp.iny would Ic ublo
mid willing to pay two cents ahovo the
Mate pi ice and this would bi itK in tbo
As to the leu plant lie hinted that
thin ! 'uld. be, op J.Uud at aprollt ItiJ
cotiut'ullon with the oreatuety end mid
thnt the two worked together voty
sueceshfully whole ever It has been
AftT Mr. Adams concluded a num
ber of questions weto ashod him, to
till of which he answered without hesi
tation. A number of thoso picsont
oxprehM'd thonibolvea us boinjj well
pleased with the proposition, and at
this time It looks as though the cream
ery nnd ice plant Is tin assured thin;.
Unqubbtiouubly it will be of consider
able advniitHKo to the farmers and
others who havo creum to sell and
that will mean that it will be of ad
vuutago to all.
Of all the gifts that fit the
Christmas day, none so timely
as the one that provides the
picture story of the day '
- All the up-to-date goods from
the Kodak factory are in our
Brownies $12 to $1.00
Kodaks $65 to $6.00
Call and soo, or send for
The Jewelry line includes
something for every one.
Brooches, Pins, Chains and
dozens of other articles for
women and girls.
Cuff Links, Tie Pins and Clasps,
Fobs, Chains nd many other pieces
suuuDic auu usclui tor
men's wear. Call in and
look our jewelry line
over, before buying.
The New Parisian Ivory Ware
Provides many suggestions and articles sure
to please the recipient. Not expensive, durable
and with a neat monogram or initial engraved in
color is sure to please
One of the gifts that most every one would
like is one of our rings. Solid gold, all of them
set rings for women or men. girls or boys, signet
rings, plain and engraved band.
A special price of 75c for any baby ring in
the stock, worth 75c, 51.00, $1.25 and $1.50, plain,
and engraved bands, set and signet rings.
A Diamond makes a gift that not only has a
gift value, but also an investment value. Set in
a ring or otherwise the one article that remains
always the same and day by day grows in value.
Our selling plan on diamonds assures you
the fullest value for. your dollar, and makes easy
the purchase. '
The above only suggests in a general way
the multitude of Christmas gifts to be found here.
A personal visit of inspection will show that you
can find here something for every one.
E. H. NEWHOIISE
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Everybody Loves Us
While strolling along tho bank of
tho river lust Sunday on the farm of
ills grandfather, Mr. ,). C. Nash, Al
Sisco of Pawnee City, picked up an
olive bottle containing the following
inetitiiige written plainly on a piece of
white note paper:
1 telle Ueeves
Camp The (ilrls, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Answer as hoon as this is found will
bring good luck to finder. Wo nro all
blondes brunettes or something olso.
Everybody loves us", Guide Kook
School Board Holds
ISegulm- tneeltug of tho board hold
In llie ollli'o of I)r Urelghton, Presi
dent Henry Oilman prodding. Mom
beiH present, Ciolglttoti, Weomor tuul
Mlntilo4 of last mootlugs rind and
approved us lead.
Supetlutcudcut preseuecd monthly
loport and report of meeting of No
In isku .Statu 'IV u'hors' Association.
Moved and seconded fiat the athle
tic lliiauei's be placed In uhtirgc of Mr.
Itoehr Motion cart led.
Moved mid seconded that no pupil
lecelve a letter sweater except a
hoiilor. Motion can-led.
Moved mul sououded at Junior and
Senior hauipictN dancing will bo per
tnltted during the hours of lli'll) and
It!::i0 provided that notice is given of
such nmttpcmuut In lint Invitation.
Moved and seconded that grados in
school below primary shall bo kuowu
its sub-pilmaiy. Motion cirtled.
Mined mid seconded that secretary
be instructed to deduct one week's
hiilm-y ftom J.mltor Wolfe' i ehoolc.
Moed and seconded that tho socro
tin y lie lust meted to make 11 bid on
court house not to exeeed 8000 or 8000,
Aj i'm, Cielghtoti, Ullhmn, Ovoring.
'l'he fidlowlng bills wote mud nnd
Dutton .t Li)..: ,"t.... ..'..$ fl 22
Nebr School Supply IIoiinb,'..... 18
(iinn itCo 3 07
Amerleau Hook Co. 178
Munch' Normal Institute 19 0s
Sliver, Hi udett A Co 70
Thomas CIiim'IhhCo 1J 'ZI
II. R. (Jrlce DiugCo i 20
O.O. Teel 38 25
Hcd Cloud Auto Co 75
S. R Floranco 30 35
Minor Dros. Co., ,4 10
It. I) MorlU , 10 80
Wa wlbb to nnnounco that wo are
opening an entirely new spek of
Holiday Qoodf), Drugs and Sundries
Hooks, Stationery, Dolls, oto , lu our
present quarters in the Lindsoy build
ing. We invite you to come in and sec
what we have. We can buroly interest
yo'u. CHAS. L. COTTINO,
J. L. Beebe Accepts Call
J. L. Iteobo has accepted a unani
mous call frcm tho Christian and Con
gregational ch n robes which havo con
solidated at Red Cloud, for tho coming
your. Mr. Ueebo will move his family
to that place utter the llrst of the year,
Tho people of KoiL Cloud should be
congititultitod upon their choice of u
pastor. Alma Journal,
A. O. U.W.Lodge
Elects New Officers
The A. O U. W. lodge met Tuesday
ovening and elected the following
ofllcet-H for the ensuing year:
It. P Weesnor, P. M. Worlcmnn.
Jno Throckmorton, Maste. Workman
Earnest Davis, Koremau.
Simon Huller, Overseer.
George Smnlser, Guide.
Ctut HashelbiicliPr, Inside Wutch.
II. J. Matiter, Outside Watch.
W. O. Hamilton, Recorder.
Paul Stoiey, Finatu'cer.
Frank Hnlfer, Treusuter.
After lodge tho members and thotr
wlis did justice to tin oyster supper
and the llnlley oichestiaieudetodsome
musical selections. '
The Royal Neighbors
Elect New Officers
On Wednesday evening of last weolc
the Royal Neighbor lodge met nnd
elected the following ofllucrs for the
Oraclo Mrs. J. M. Burgess.
Vice Oruole Mrs. Geo. Hull.
Chnncellor Mrs. Ed. Pulsipher.
Recorder Mrs. If. L. Ilines.
Receiver Mrs. H C. Cutter.
Marshal Mrs Glen Walker.
M imagers Mrs. J. E. Ryan and
Miss (Jortrudo Wullbraudt.
G. A. R. Met Saturday
And Elects Officers
The G. A. R. met Saturday afternoon
and clouted tho following officers foe?
the ensuing year:
P. C.-O 0. MoConkoy.
S V. C. D. L. Groat.
J. V. O A. 8 Campbell.
O. D. J. U. Crans.
Chaplain S. It. Doyoo. '(
G. M. N. L. D. Smith. Al
0. G.-J. W. MoCrnoIion. ,
Patrlotlo lusti uetor It. D. Fulton. ' l-
Uulegato D. U Groat.
Alteruuto N U D Smith. ' ,r
Adjutant- S. U. Rjzer.
Instulllng Oiilcer-S. B. Klzcr.
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