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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1922)
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It Comes To Buying
For your Husband, your Brother or your Boy remember you have a
real Man's store in your midst. t
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We have spent many weeks preparing for this great event
and have never shown such a splendid assortment of useful
Christmas presents tor men folks as we have this season.
Men's and Young Mens' Suits and Overcoats
Kuppenheimer, Cloth-Craft and Bloch's
World Famous Clothes
18.00 18.50 20.00 22.50 25.00 27.50
30.00 35.oo 37.50
Special Showing for the Holidays
Of Young Mens' Sport Suits
18.00 to 35.0
A Wonderful Display of Fine Handk'fs
10c 15c 20c 25c
Pure Linen at
35c 3 for $1.00
Silk Mufflers and the New Scotch
Bath Robes $5.50 to $10.00 .
Special Holiday Showing ' of Men's
In Percales, Woven Madreas, Broad'(j)lothsr
Poplins in plain and fancy patterns, among
them Wilson Bros., famous dress shirts
with reversable cuffs $1.25, 1.50, 1.75. 2.00,
2.50. up to 5.50.
New Hats--New Caps-Underwear -Shoes
Hose-Soft and Stiff Collars
Big new line Holiday hand luggage.
All leather bags and suit cases at greatly
We are ready for you.
Come early and get the
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Do Your Christmas Shopping
At our store for your men and boys' pres
ents. We are entitled to your patronage as
we have the right merchandise and priced
as low as any store in America. Give the
home-folks a chance and you will make a
Merry Christmas for us all.
Christmas Box Combination
Of Ties, Garters. Arm Bands, Suspenders, at
50c 75c $1.00 to $1.50
Talk About Neckwear
There' never has been such a display.
Wonderful silks, beautiful patterns, all
shapes silks and knit silks.
' 50c 65c 75c $1.00 1.25 $1.50
Special range at 65c
Kellogg's Coin Rakes
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"Bobble dog, guett it mafc.i you hungry, too,
to tee me eat a great big bowl of Kellogg's for
brtahlatt every morning! But I can't spare any
today, Bobbie; honttt I can't!"
cijjYou can't resist the appeal of Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Pitfacut a bowl brim full of Kellogg's big, joyously
browtfjsjjrisp and crunchy! Was there ever such an
appetitCTEbat! And, such a flavor! A breakfast or lunch1
or supper THsill for big folks as well as little ones.
Get KELLOOTSSfk Corn Flakes for sure because
Kellogg's are the original Corn Flakes and so dcliciously
, .goobTand'sb superior iff'efi&w way that your delight will
'J-, be boundless. . Please uri3eT5tond that Kellogg's are
never tougn or iejwqfi;or nara to cat
they're, always crispy I1.
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Kellogg's are sold only tjpjthe RED
and GREEN package bcarlnLthe sig-
nature'of WK. K. Kellogg, originator of
Toasted Corn Flakes! NONERE
GENUINE WITHOUT IT! Have
Kellogg's for breakfast tomorrow h
CHE RED CLOUD. CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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A. B MoARTHUIt, Editor and Owner
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THIRTY YEARS AGO
Fiiday, Doe. , 18U2
Geo, Mobnrt oes to Lincoln on tho
flrht to attend school.
W. S. Garner wtib in Lincoln this
.tones litis hold
his uu-Ht market
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. V. Nicholson
If Representative (nrber hnrp too
intiuh on reducing tcuchers (.nhules
ami not nioro for the removal of
needless county olllcers und htate
inspectors, and more for a just divis
ion of auto tax money, and also for a
i eduction of salaries of state and
county olllcials, he will come home
from Lincoln next spring a miuhty
unpopular representative. Our schools
aro costing us too much money as well
as everything els; we lnivn for which
he ptibliu has to fool the hill, hut
there aro other onuses for high taxes
more lUgrnntly offensive to the average
tax payer than what he pays to main,
tain our put.l c choolt. Guldt Rock
"If" nproftnUtive Oarbtr has been
''harping" on anything offensive to the
tay payers they evidently overlooked
It. Ho clearly expressed his position
on many occasions during the cam
paign, in a logically presented argu
ment, which the lax payers of Webster
county endorsed by r record majority.
The poople of this community are not
awHie that Representative Garber is
given to either "harping" or grand
standing for popular favor. Such is
nnt cojisNtejU wj(h, bU genrl COD.
duk 'Locally' 'lJG lias a Mcord iot
sta'nding for principle, and maintain
Ing this position with energy and
ability That the excessively high
taxetTwhlch nurtured extravagance In
lone department of government are less
offensive to the tax payer than ' any
other department, .remains as yet to
be discovered." What's the big idea?
Vyiio can imagine Representative Gar
bcr sidetracked on schoolteacher's
wages'.1 Guide Rock must wish to
alasslfy old Dan with her statesman.
OVER tjTATK HANK
J?crf Cloud Nebraska
The Lsilies Cornet band will give
their supper in K. I', hall on the 'J.'id.
H, D. Kl.er has jupt completed Mnc
Fulton's residencd in Walnut ore it
Mr. Fred Rogers of Wymore, an old
friend of Mr. Frank Cowdeu'o, spent
Sunday with him.
On the 2d instant the Red Cloud
volunteer Hie department was five
vears old. Out. of 70 members who
went into the company five years, ago
only seven wet u left who come in for
exemptions under tho state law, by
serving continuously lor unit period.
'I'hou warn iir fnllmv&- .Inlin 'I'limlin.
son, chief, .1. O. liutler, L. M. Vunco,
Harry Bowter, E .1. PuUipltur, T W.
UutllHld and .). C Can-. On that
date, Mrs. Tomlinson extended an in.
vitation to the veterans to meet at the
residence,, The boys talked over the
rll i ml vlnlnRlt.nrloR Inntilent tn ft
fireman's life, ator which they sat
down to a. table loaded with food
things, just suon as Airs r. Knows
how to prepare.
(Items of Twenty Years Ago.)
Adair Qalusha spent Sunday with
Jesse Baker and )ady of Guide Rock
were in Red Cloud Wednesday.
There arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Cummings, Tuesday,
n baby girl.
At the regular maetlng.of the A. O.
U. W., last Tuesday evening the follow,
imr oftlcers wore elected; IQ fcmJ.
lOw, U. W.; 6llver Hedge, Foreman;
Prank Buffer, Overseer; Paul Storey
Fluauoler; Chas. Relglo,, Receiver;,
C. B. Orone, Recorder; Win, McKim
mey, Guide. t , '
Mark Parkes was visiting relatives
here the llrst or ine weeic.
of iqcUook is
Red Olond this
V, E. Harris went to Hustings
Saturday morning to spend' the day
lelurnlng home oh the pusrenger that
vlsitini? relatives in
Chas Fort visited with his parents,
Mr. aud.Mrs. L H. Fort, the Urst of
JVlf red Qudell went to McCook Thura
dajr'evening Mr. and Mrs. Dnbblus oj Mankatot
Kansus,. at rived In Red Cloud Tuesday
evening for a visit with their daughter,
Mrs. Geo. Grlffeth.
8 CHRISTMAS ANNOUNCEMENT
We have some fine pieces in the S
Parisian ivory Goods h
that we arc offering at attractive discount consisting of k
sj. Toilet Sets, Brushes. Mirrors, and Novelties 8?
5 Also MANICURE SETS and DOLLS-Also a ffne stock &
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. Whitman's Candies
ai Finest in the land
$& It will be to your interest to see our stock before buying.
1 CHAS. L COTTING. TheD"8t I
How About Harness!
I will meet any catalogue price on anything in the harness line.
Don't let someono toll you that you .can save money by sending away
come iu and look my istock over. I can save you seme money.
Bring iu your old ones and got them fixed up and oiled before SprUg
LEE R. WALKER
.,, harness una Madttlmry
ART NELSON, who has. been in , ihc -; employ pf
E. W. Stevens, (or the past (our syears, has resigned
' his position, and knowing Info persbnallyasbethgl a .
man well qualified for ' ,,v' t (f jj
PJumbing, Heating arid Electrical Work
haveldecided to give him floor-room in my store
where the trade wijj receive, cburteous treatment and
his piices will be reasonable. , .
GEORGE TRINE, HARDWARE
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