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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Children's -School Wear Week
School starts September Otli. While lots of mothers have
anticipated the dress needs for their little ones, many have
been delayed by one cause or another in making their
purchases until now, while scores i of other needs will be
discovered when preparing the childreri for school.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nobrankix.
Our Showing in Pretty School Dresses in the
READY TO WEAR
In Sizes From 4 to 20 Years at Prices That Will
Satisfy The Most Exacting
Nothing is more serviceable
for cool mornings for child-
'ren than a good sweater.
Before buying come in and
- 4- Il!..yt)U pref ef to make
the dresses we have a
nice, Hire of gingham,
- linch,Tpoplin or wool
-in-most all of the
In buying hose you
want the best you can
get for the money. I
have selected my stock
of hose with care both
as to texture and price.
'bOlilolUOD KVnitV THURSDAY
tucrtd lit the I'm toit.ci nt Hcil ( loud, Nub
an Second (.'Inns Matter'
A. U. McARTHUR,.i:dltor iiml Owner
Foreign, per column Inch I5c
Local, " " " 10 & 2i
Thirty-five Years Ago-Itema From the
Chief of September 17, 1886.
Agent for Home Journal Patterns
The Women's Store
Mrs. Ed. Amack , I. T. Amack
Amack & Amack
:: BOTH PHONES
; I. T. AMACK-
RED CLOUD. Nh
PHONE IND. 76M
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Miss Cordic Shcrer will attend
Stato University this year.
T. II. Kolloggifc Co.'s new brick build
ing is booming right along.
Mibs Caroline Ncwhousc left Mon
diiy for Lincoln to attend the State
This week wo publish proposals for
bids for tho erection of tho new Odd
Fellows Hall. "
J V. Moon is in tho city suporin
tondiug tho erection of his now brick
block which will be under headway
County Cleric Bailey, Judgo Mo
Itcighan, J. L. Kalcy and a largo num
ber of other Hod Cloud citizens attend
ed the 6tate fair this week.
A. J. Kcnney and A. S. Marsh wore
over to Salem recently in the iuterest
of our city la relation to tho Missouri
Tho consecration of Grace Episcopal
Church of this city by Bishop Worth
ington took place Tuesday with appro
Our Chinese Laundry Is now open
and ready for business. Wing Lee is
the handsome proprietor while John
Win will assist with the "washco"
John Storey, who for many years
has been the trusted employe of Ilenry
Cook, has been promoted by Mr. Cook
to manager of the City Pharmacy.
Charley Hunter, congressman from
Iuavale, Is the proud possessor 01 a
male heir. Tho board didn't "pass a
resolution congratulating Charley but
the Chief thinks they should have dono
Dr. L. II. Beck, well known lit this
city" and for several months connected
with Henry Cook's City Pharmacy,'
has located at Itivirtoti. Tho doctor
steps into good practice, Dr. Staple
ton having decided to go west to en.
gage in tho drug business.
The numerous friends of Hunk
Vlauior living noilh of this city gave
himself and family a geneful ami lusty
honsownrinlng on lust Monday night
Ilenry has just erected a line new
dwelling house and it was thought
only just to commemorate the event in
h propi'i 'manner as ho one of tli
pioneers of the county.
Thi business outlook for lied Coitd
iu indeed encouraging lrom the present
nu' look With ten new .stoto I'oms
goiiu "l' "11 ii'ntpd.nud then to think
there are not enough store, rooms lo
till tl.e wants of those who nro Reeking
tui-iticss location in our clty
0 ALL WOOL Patterns over before
buying your FALL SUIT or OVER
COAT, or we both lose
THE HUGHES WAY
Cleaners Dyers Tailors
Bell 88, Ind.l93M
We call for and deliver
HPHE KIND OF STATIONERY YOU USE tells the whole
story of your business career. Write yonr letters
on Hammermill Ripple Bond) correctly printed at the
Chief office. It creates a favorable impression.
Thirty Years Ago-From Tho Chief
September 11th, 1001.
Camels are made for Men who
TtmxiSHCf DOMESTIC '& l B
Think for Themselves
Such folks know real quality and DEMANDfit:.:
iThey prefer Camels because Camels'give tKem tli'S
smoothest, mellowest smoke they can buy because'
they love the mild, rich flavor of choicest tobaccos,
perfectly blended and because Camels leave NO
Like every man who does his bwti thinking, you:
want fine tobacco in your cigarettes, You'll find it
(And, mind you, ho flashy package just for; sfiow.
No extra wrappers! No costly frills! Jhese things
don't improve the smoke any. more than premiums
But .QUALITY! Listen! . That's CAMEL'S!
JU J. REYNOLDS Tolitro .0.
. Wuitoo-SiWa, N, C,
Dr. R.V. Nicholson
Dp. E. Mp
PHONES Ind. 193-X Dell 48
Office Turnure Dldg, formerly Occupied by
Attorney L, H. Blackledge
red cloud Nebraska,
The Margin of Safety
is represented by tho nmount of
Insurance you enrry.
Don't lull yourself Into n fancied
Ik-cause lire has novor touched you
It docBti't follow that you're Immuno
Tomorrow -no today, if you have
time and you better llud time
come to tho'ofllec and we'll wrlto
u policy on your houso, furniture,
store or merchandise.
LATER MAY 11(3 TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
Robert l'ottor is home from Billings
Will Tulloys is home again from the
Ward Rloss, of Wisconsin, a ft lend
of J. II. Bailey's was in the city last
John and Charlio Dickerson and
Tom L. Wilson were taking in the state
John Dickerson is rolling around
over our street on bis new safety bi
cycle. Mrs. A. C. Hosmer and daughter
Ethel were in Lincoln this week tho
guests of Mrs A. L, Funk.
C. Wiener, our popular clothing
mci chant has just furnished tho fire
department with a tine new outfit of
Walter Warren Is homo from Ogden
where ho lias been for somu time past.
Ho had quite a serious attack of rheu
matism but is getting hotter.
Will West and Will Yelser are rais
ing n very line crop of down on their
upper Up, that in time (a long time)
will be an undergrowth for a mustache.
Several railway serapera etc , be
longing to J. N. McDowol's outfit pass
ed through Hed Cloud this week. Our
reporter hopes another railroad may
bo in sight.
Married at Red Cloud, Nebraska,
Septeinbor 1st, 1891, by D. l Trunkey,
county judgo, Mr, Eelort G. Bargmau
and Miss Rcrtlm E. Shutts, both of
Alfred Iladell whllo engaged in drap
ing the store of which ho is manager,
had tho step ladder to give way bo.
neath him Monday porclpltating him
to the floor, In the fall he fell on his
back across I ho ladder which camo
noar being fatal. However wo are glud
to learn that he will recover. It was a
close call for him.
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Farm Bureau Notes
Tlio T.ivrtnck .TiwlL'incr Contort of
Adams County won firet, score 2311, 1
Webster County ranked ninth, scoie
27G0. The score of the mcmbeis was
aa follows: Earl Portinor 1001.
Cecil Means 0Gf and Marion Steward
791. Earl Portinor was first in cat
tle, scorn 275 Mid second in hor-os
score 9o. Cecil Means was third In
hoie, core 293.
Tho Hairy Judinsr Contest, Hall
county won f:r-t, .core 2779. Webster
county second, -com 2740. The score
of thj nvmb-vs of tho Webster countv
team cro William Arndt.D62, Paul
Gurney POO and Lorimer Edson 8S1.
The Demonstration Contest of tho
Webster countv Shorthorn Club rank
ed fouitli and tho Web-tor co'ir.ty
Ilolatoin train von 7.ih. 17 t'ani--competing.
Tho Miorthovn Team wa- repre
sented by Amelia Steward and Eu
Konc White. The Holstein Team by
Paul Ciurnov and Lorimer Edson.
XEWTOX . GAINS COMING.
Newton W. Gains will speak at the
following meetings: Beaver Creek
Township Tuesday night, September
20th at 8 p. m. at School Dist. No, Gl.
Ratin Township Wednesday night,
September 21 at 8 p. m. Bohemian
Hall. Guide Rock Township Thurs
day night, September 22, at 8 p. m.
School Dist. No. 10. Inavalo Town
ship Friday night September 23, at 8
p. m. Dist. No. 41.
Mr. Roomer isv coming October 3, 4,
5 nnd Gth.
HENRY R. FAUSCH
County Agricultural Agent
Routt County Lump
Pj We sell for cash that's
., why we sell cheaper.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our many friends
and neighbors for their kindly assist
ance dining the burial of our beloved
husband and father and also for the
Mrs .Ihs. Doyle and family.
Dead Letter List
The following Hot of unclaimed let
ters will bo sent to the Dead Letter
Department if not called for by Sopt.
Mrs. Martha Chalmers, Mr. James
Crawford, Miss Marlon Dare, Miss
Marlon Dare, Mrs. Ghulys Dawson,
Ilr. John Kula, Mr. M. A. Roth, Mr.
Harold Smith, John Swarts, Mrs. Jane
Younglovc, II Zurmiller.
II C. LETSON, Postmaster
Mrs. Claude Garrow returned to
her home in St. Joe Sunday morning
after visiting for tho past month
with her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Clnuson, nnd with other relatives.
This afternoon llorb Ludlow had a
collision, about six miles north of this
city, with a car driven by man from
Trumbull. Mr. Ludlow, his wife and
d (tighter sustained somo bad scratches
and the occupants, of the other car
were badly injured, the driver received
a deep gush in his neck and his dingh
tor sustained a dislocated shoulder.
Roth cars wore badly damaged
LOST A pocket book containing 2
$3 bills, a half dollar and small chaugo
on tho road south of the railroad track
and this city. Tho pocket book con
tallied the name of D. C. Truby, Shel
ton, Neb. Flndor leave Bamo at this
olllco M. M. Brokaw, Glen EUer, Kas
Op and Im.
Importunity may bo Op's twin
brother, as nn PNrhaiiKC remarks,' but
the two hnve not tjie same character
Ihtlcs. Op never hangs around Insist
ing the way I'll doe-.. Boston Trnn-
Only Difficulty He Found.
Her chief objoct was to make n fool
of the latest fashionable philosopher.
"Tell Mne," she cooed, "don't you llnil
It n little difficult sometimes to wrlto
all those hard things about women?"
The philosopher regarded her with
Impartial eyes. "There is a certain
difficulty, madam," ho replied; "but It
Is purely one of selection,"
Criticism Is tho youngest 0 all tho
literary forms. It will perhaps end by
absorbing nil tho others. It Is admir
ably suited to a very civilized society
with rich memories and long tradi
tions. It Is particularly appropriate
to a curious, learned and pollto hu
manity. Tor Its prosperity It de
mands moro culture than any of tho
vother literary fornix Anatoli Fraucc,
How to Tell.
It Is unite easy to tell how long a
man has been married by the way ho
speaks to his wife. If he says "My
darling wife." that means threa
months; "wlfey," six months; "tho
wife," one year; ".Mrs. Blank," two or
three yenrs; "the missus," flvo or six
years; "mother," seven years; "my
better half," ten years; "tho old lady,"
twenty years; "grandma," twenty-nlno
years; "Mrs. Blank," forty-two years;
"June," fifty years. Portland Oregon
The Chinook language Is a Jargon of
Indian, French, English nnd other
words, named after tho Chinook In.
dlans of tho Columbia river In tho
state of Washington and In British
Columbia. It was once much used by
traders nnd Indlnns In that region, but
Is now nearly nbandoned. Gill's "Dic
tionary of Chinook Jnrgdn" was pub
lished In Portland. Ore., In 1801, nnd
Boas' "Chinook Texts" in the Smith
Bonlnn report of the bureau of ethnol
ogy nt Washington In 1804.
Theocracy was the name given to n
system of government by ecclesiastical
authorities, professedly In tho name ot
nnd under tho direction of heaven It
Bolf. Tho priests claimed to rule tin
der tho Immediate sovereignty ot God,
and the revelations nnnouffced an com
Ing from the de'ty were given out ns
the evll law of the state. Tho itfoplo
of ancient Israel were undeV such a
government from the time of tho Exo
dus until the accession of King Saul,