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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1915)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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Come In And Let Me Show
You My Line of Dry Goods
While You Are In
I Have A Well Selected Slock In The
Following Goods And The Prices
Arc Low-Quality Considered
Outing Night Dresses
Dress Goods Sweaters
Velvets Golf Gloves
Kid Gloves Underwear
Fabric Gloves Hose
Goods Delivered Free
With A Purchase Of $ 1 .00 Or Over
jfe Barbara Ptaes
gent For Hutterirk Patterns and Warner Bros. Corsets
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5 Pianos and Musical Merchandise 8
Cc-i-; Answered Day or Night g
A LL THE PHONES
&S3f350KK! G3SS C2HKB5E9Ss5
Sunday, November 14th
The Holy Spirit
Is Eternal Punishment Just?
Subject Sunday Evening
SPECIAL MUSIC--A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL
The United Church
J. L. Beebe, Pastor t ur south ot
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR
PLATT & FREES
Mail Order House
I You shall sell your farm products
fiii iili whenever jdii ciiii, but not ti
Us. we i!n not luiy from you.
J 'Sou shall believe our statements
iiml liiiv nil you ii"i'l fioin us because
i' waul (i lio good to you, though we
in nut pt'ioiiiilly acquainted uiili
I :i You shall s nd Ihe money in nil-
i wince to give us a chance to net I In;
, goods f i mil tint fiie'oiy with your
neiie: meanwhile Jim will have to
1 unit patiently it few weeks us that is
nit business method
I ou shall apply to your iieaiest,
cit t 1 11 id you '.ii building good luaiis
sijoiican coliwtiiently yet the goods
froiii the depot fur we do not build
eiiiintl v roads.
fi. You .shall liny church hells and
chinch llstures from us and forward
theiuoiiev in advance, for this is oiii
lnisineis method, and you shall collect
fi no the business men of your ienity
I all the money you ciiii for the benefit
of jour churches, us it is against our
ink's to donate lor building country
i). You shall Ijiiv your tools of us
and be your own mechanic in order to
drive the mechanics out nl your
vicinity, for wo wish it so.
i 7. You shall induce your neiglil i
to bin verytliini; of us, a, we haw
room I'm iikii c nioney the less money
thine is in your community the sooner
I we can put your local uiei chants out of
business and chaige yon any pi ice we
S You sia'l look often at the beau
tiful picliiiis in our catalogue so your
wishes will i.ierease and so tou will
send in a ln or ler. although you are
not in itntU"liat need of the goods,
otherwise jmi might have sonic money
left to buy some necessary goods fiom
your loeil meichant.
!l Yon shall hiivo the uictcliauls
who repair the goods v u buy fiotn us
bonl; the bills so .ni can send the
nioiitj lor his labor to us lor new
goods, otherwise we will not notice our
Id, You shall, in ease of sickness or
ieed, apply to yoiu loe.il ileal r for aid
ami ciedit, as wc do not know joti or
caie to Uoostei iourual
E. S. Gaurber
Heal lNtate, l'aini Loans
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
ON STRAP WORK
r r1 II I 0VEK STTE BANK
tor barm Harness Red Cl011d ... Nebraska
X inch Hame strap lficts
i i i)t it
l)i " Pole and Breast
strap No. 1 HO "
H" Pole and Breast
strap No. 1 ... . .. 51.00
V,: inch 20 ft Team lines 0.50
1 inch 115 ft Team lines .1.00
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
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STRATEGY OF A WIDOW
Dy GEORGE MUNSON.
PUBLIC SM L.E
We are Oiling Harness', .",;
Now For $1.00.
This is the time of year to Oil.
Dr. R. V. Nicholson
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
ISTOrrici: Ovkii At-iinioiii'.s Siouu
r la s. , li, .mlnil. M. ii .
M.uiiimr ildlnarj In l harce
C. H. Miner Serum Co.
-I'llUl'l I I lfs -
Anti Hog Cholera Serum
Kctl Cloud, Nebraska
Wire ot Phone nt Our Expense
H, S. Veterinary license No. 45
THE ALARM is u -iieadlul thinn
OF FIRE for the man without
insurance. Every tune he sues, the
eiijrlnes raeiinr alonir his lieiut conies
up in Ills throat it the tire is anywhere
near his place What folly, what mis.
THE COST OF is so small that it
INSURANCE need hardly be
considered. The freedom Iroin worry
alone Is worth it many times over
Have us insure you to-day
O. C. TEEL
"That Miss K.Hifj Uavia In it (.harm
ing ylrl and 1 foi.rnlulatc j ou highly,
Mr. Notion,' mi.rt Mrs. Henton. "Hut
whiu a pity that she nems po Ji aloii". '
Warren Norton flunhed deeply. Ho
roeenti-d Aim l;.uton' words, hut lie
kncvN that Uuy More truo.
filslu and hur mother ware huinni r
!ng at the Oien I'aiss hotel, and War
ion Norton wan spcmlim; his vacation
Tlinl avmltv? Mi" Untr.n m-"l')
overtures to Kmle, who 1. .d re0.t,u d
hur v.lth Hiillcn luorMon lioin the mo
mont ot their Introduction Hon cm r,
Urn accomplished wotntiu of thu world
noon iimnngcd to thaw thu heart of thu
uinllBtlpllnctl, liiuxpurioiubd girl.
"Yen, Wuneit Ih ii ihar hoy," bIio
said, "hut llko most men, I am afraid."
"What do you mean by that?'- de
manded KIhIo, llyhi); to arms! ut oncu
on .In'm'H behalf.
"1 lueati, dai, that u pr tt faco
would turn bin head. A man's heart
may bo loyal, but tbo best of them
cannot resist passing attraction "
"It is not truo!" cried Klsle, turnlnfj
t'nfortunntely It Is truo, my dear,
replied tho widow, Inylnj; ono hand
caresslni;ly upon bor arm. "It is only
too true, and I can prove it to you."
"How?" demanded Klsle.
"Ily bringing your Warrrn to my
feet within two days," Mrs. Ilonton an
owered. "You can't do It," cried Klsle scorn
fully. "Hut I will let you try, Mrs
llenton, and, If you succeed, I will
havo nothing more to do with War
ren." The next few dayu were wretched
one3 for Klsle. Tiue. Mrs. Hcnton did
not succeed within tho period that she
had allotted herself, but It was evident
that Wnrren was slioiifily infatuated
with her. There were angry scenes be
tween the engaged couple To Klsle's
nstonbhment Wan en, who bad always
been s-o penitent and self-exculpatory
on former occasions, now appeared
"Klsle, Mrs. llenton Is tbo sister of
.lohu llenton in tho Philippines," be
said. "1 havo told you often how
John Is my best friend. Wo havo not
neon each other for ears, and it is
natural that I should llko his sister.
Come, bo friendly . Ith her, Klsle, and
let us all ho happy together."
"O, 1 hate her and I bate you!" ex
claimed the jealous girl; and, pulling
olf her ring, she Hung It upon tho
Klslo was not tho typo of girl who
dominates over her mother. Tho elder
woman had been how things wero go
ing; perhaps she thought that Warren
was giving Klsle a lesson, for she of
fered no coiibolatlon when Klsle an
nounced that tho engagement was
broken off and that they would start
homo on the morunv.
Klslo did not go down to dinner that
night. Hut afterwards n feverish de
Hit o to see Warren again forced her to
dress and go downstairs. She know be
was with that odious Benton woman,
and she could not go away without tor
turing herself by seeing them together.
Poor Klslo reached the veranda Just
in tlmo to see tho couple disappearing
together along tho most secluded of
the many beautiful walks of tho Glen
Pass. They were walking slowly
sldo by aide, and It wns evident they
did not dream that Klslo was nny
where near them.
At tho end of the walk was a hedgo
of box, round which tlio road wound
Into a pretty llttlo summer house.
Taking her stand behind tho hedgo,
Klsle heard tho conversation.
"Poor Klslo!" said Warren In n low
"Poor Klslo!" said Mrs. Benton In a
very meaning one, and Klslo, standing
behind the hedge, set her teeth hard.
To bo pitied was the last thing that
she could endure.
"I feel guilty of disloyalty to her In
having permitted you to plan this,
Mrs. Benton," said Warren.
"My dear boy, It Is the beet thing In
tbo world for her," replied tho elder
woman. "A sharp lesson was neces
sary, and as the sister of your best
friend, I feel that it is my duty to glvo
her that lesson."
"Sho thinks I ant In love with you,"
Mrs. Benton laughed merrily. "When
my llance, Mr. Boyd, arrives tomorrow
sho will bo undeceived," sho said.
"Now, Wairen, a word of advice. I
am going to tell her Hint It was nil a
plan of mine In ordor to bring her to
reason and euro her absurd jealousy.
You stay thero till I como back, and I
shall bring her with me.'
And sho stepped off along another
j nth toward tho hotel, whllo Klslo
heard herself sob In tho darkness.
What a tool hho had been! Sho saw
it now, sho remembered all Warren's
misery in the past, caused by her
doubts of him. Sho was not worthy of
him She tihe
Suddenly she folt two arms about
her. Very miserably she raised her
bead Wnrren stood besldo her.
"Klslo! You heard?" ho cried.
"0, what a tool I havo been!" sho
said. "What a wrotcbed Jealous fool.
I deserved this, Warren, to tench mo
to trust tbo man 1 love. Do you renlly
lovo me, Warren?"
Warren slipped tho ring on her
flngor again. Aud In tho conscious
ness of their new-born trust thoy wore
so absorbed In each othor that kindly
Mrs. Honton, approaching In tho dnrk
ness, took n by-path back to tho hotel
(CopyrlRlit. by W. O. C4.apman.)
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48 Head of Stock
8 HORSES ANd'mULES
I team buy U.ii.rs en-n n :, ,.i r . iri nld. wt li'i.lii; 1 I. h. k (If)
nvliiK iirnee.uiiiitr Vjimi I. t -,.. i sM .n.iles eninlng -. and jl
Hiu old. wt !.".. 1 ,,v m.ie in f.il i . iclc.wl I'M.): I sueUling ($
18 HEAD OF CATTLE
milch cows, , riesh sir.n: i cr.mii,. u.,. , heifer". frish
r.'",m. i. "".i l,,,1I" '"," ''''- !': ' ' Mfg M-nrHiijf steer-; :i
cntnuik' ,veiirllii(r)ieifiM's "
2! HEAD OF HOGS
m.,,"Mil,r0,l.,',"",, '" Ul " """"' ,l,,-'v s"wy. wii" Kv
with ply-: lboar. 'I'h.-se h.- hue ho 's and la .
FARM TIACHINERY, ETC.
I Heeling c.rti binder, Mearly niuv; 1 )..erlng hav rake: I Hook
Nlan.l ei.rn, list,. ,.; .) ,), 1).,,.,,,, , ,,lv. I1-ts lu.w. , ,
Heei,. hstei; I Kiek Nlaul 11,1, ,; .' ,.-U puhe. .. -i-s; 1 si,,,rt. Imv
iidingciiiivaoi; I walking cultivator; I John Ueeie en n nlantcr.
good; 1 .lohu Deere I! section harrow; 1 w ilking PW; 1 top bugL'V
1 siuIng wi.on; wagon; 1 rack mid w i.-ou; 1 grind stoia; 1 Shan.'
ess separator, almost i.a; set l'-Mn harness, i sets of p,-
Inn ness on,, si-t ,.W;,j,s .)IISni.-,..,,,., ,.. ,.atR Hi, ot,Hii
feed and nuineions other hi ileles. Lim.-li served by Ml Pleasant Aid
'J'KUMS OP SALK-A ciedit of (! months time will lie "iven on
all sums over $10. purchas-i- giving note and appiove.l secmitv w ith
interest at 10 per will. -( and and. , cash No property re
moved until settled fn ' '
MRS. MARY E. KAMINSKY
nil .1 II IMUigei, v ,1 Alibi CI...-1,
Autumn Travel Features
TO CAUFoIvN'IA: Noveinbei is the b.si month of t. .sati Krauu svu
K.sposition. The HurlingUm s through const sleeper s0uiee. in conneutlcii
with the Kio Cruiide tliKuigh Scenic Colorado, will bo iii.uiiiaincd. The usual
niue.inoiiMis' louud trip rates to Calilornia will be ill elKct all winter.
TO Till: siOPTH: Winter Tourist imu-s to and through the Smith, Hulf
results. Klmi.l.t. Cuba, etc . are now in direct T.y ,1(.udc attuwtlve circuit
route tours of the South, which are su-ailHy li-ci.iniiig mole popular lor
NKtill K.slvA i()WA iiuniMl loollnll stiiijrjrio, Idncidii. Nov. sutli. You
do not have to go e tst these days for hih eia-s football. Nebraska Vai.sity
will show it to you.
IXposit.on foldeis, .Southern Toe s K-i.ll.t. ili-sei iptive loldeis of Cali
fornia and Southern lines, ail free on r nui-st We are always at jour sLi vieo
in connection with any tour you may hate in tuiiul.
N. B, BUSH, Ticket Agent. Ue.l Cloud, Nebr
L. W. WA.KELEY, General Passenger Agt.
K.Ol PariiMtn Street, Omaha, Nebr.
Sooner or Later You Will Have To
Repair That Corn Crib
WHY NOT NOW?
PLATT & FREES
FOR THE BEST
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obtainable through the use of
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