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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1898.
Tie CWcagoClotMng Co.
WANTS TO SHOW YOU THE FOLLOWING
Lot,68io, Men's Gray Overcoats
Lot 2505, Men's Gray Ulsters, -
Lot 6922, Men's Black Ulsters,
Lot 2520, Men's Brown Melton Ulsters -
Lot 7394. Men's Chinchilla Ulster, -
Lot 6925, Men's Irish Freize Ulsters,
Lot 8008, Men's Gray Melton Sack Dress coats,
50 styles Dress Coats at $10.00
all colors. Best overcoats you
ever saw for anywhere near
New line just received. Third ship
ment of Boys and Ohildrens this
SELL- AT SIGHT.
D M.Abel was in Alum tlio llrat of
the week visiting with S. O. Dllloy.
Mnrk Parkes of McCook was hero
this week visiting with Ills parents.
When you want coal go to V. 1).
Unby who handles Maitland and Sheri
dan. Conductor Cromwell of Oborlln, was
shaking hands with friends hero this
John Tulloys after a short visit here
etl for Lead, South Dakata, tho last of
Get your salo hills printed at this of
fico and you will recolvo a notice In tho
In another column will bo found our
"Farmer's Club OfTor" which it will
pay you to read.
Children's boy's nnd mens' canvas
legglns. Hoy's OOctsj mens' 75 at Ha
luha & Wcscott's.
Mls Ellzaboth Sheppard arrived
homo Monday night from n vNIt with
friends in Superior.
Mrs. Mayno Allbaugh, of Altoona,
Oklahoma, is hero visiting with her
brother J M. Bollnrs.
Miss Mablo Howard after a short
visit with friends In Superior returned
Tho annual olectlon of ofllcors of
Garilold Post, No. 80, will occur on
Saturday, Decombor 0, 1898.
Eight good papora giving all tho
farm, county, stato, national and for
eign nows for 13.25. Soo our "Farm
er's Club Offer."
Ono of our business men was "hold
up" to tho cxtont of ton dollars in
broad daylight in his own placo of bus
R. T. Potter returned tho llrat of tho
week from a visit nt Spearuh nnd
Lead, South Dakota, with his brothers'
Frank nnd Archlo. I
llcforoyou buy a boating stovo sco on it
that "Retort" heater at Wright's hard
waro Btoro. It is a wondorful boat
producer and savor of fuel.
V. II. Scrivnor, real eslnto man,
will soil your farm for you for n rea
sonable por cent, or will trado your
farms for Missouri lands. Addross, V.
II. Scrivnor, Hod Cloud, Nobr.
Harry Goblo was down f rom JjfcCook
Rubbers for Gorman Sockii.85.
(jALUSnA & WESCOTT.
Somo boantiful now patterns of wall
paper just received at Cotling's.
Havoyou Been J. O. Butlor'snow lino
of 5-A horse blankets, fur and plush
Wanted To Ieaso a good piano on
reasonable terms. P. A. Wells, Red
Don't buy a steel rango or cook stovo
until you see W. W. Wright and got
Miss OUio Edwards after a visit with
friends at Norton. Kansas, roturned
.'home Weduesnay morning.
Money to loan on real estate at low
ratos. Can furnish monoy sumo day
of application. C. W. Kalev.
Men wishing to increaso their in
como can got a paying sido lino by ad
dressing P. O. Uox 10, Auburn, Nub.
Remember tho dates. Scats on sale
.December 5th and tho only Hoywood
. uud his excellent company Decombor
Tho Motbodist church is to havo a
most beautiful Christmas entertain
ment Christmas evo entitled "Tho
First Christmas in America."
Frank Quigloy was in tho city to-day.
Dcautiful albums at low prices at
Read our "Farmer's Club Offer" in
J. S. Rothrock was down to Reyn
olds tho first of tho week.
Something now in heaters. "Tho
Retort". Call nt W. W. Wright's and
Tho host cheap coal on tho market is
Sheridan. W. tt. Roby soils it and also
Kansas City this
tho purchase of
is a wonderful aid in the
maintenance of health; it is
an easily assimilable form of
nourishment in illness, and
is invaluable in restoring
snatterea nerves and In con-
valescence. A doctor writes: p
"I have, found it especially
valuable for persons conva- S
lescjng from fever, and for
nursing mothers. lam high- e
with it and S
my patients H
rw7 V vu"'u mi "u
J. L. Minor was in
weok looking after
Buy your boy a Reefer overcoat.
They aro stylish, warm, cheap. Galu-
srtA & Wescott.
W. W. Wright has tho finest lino of
stoves in the valley. Call nnd soo
them and get prices.
Secure your scats early for Docom
bor 0th. Tho houso will bo packed and
all your friends there.
DoARDEiis Wanted: I am now pro-
pared to furnish board to a number of
P01SOI18. MllS. H. W. GULLIFOKD.
Robes, did you say? Plush robes,
dog robes, wolf robes, goat robos, lap
robes but no MIC-robes, at J. O. But
ler's. Mrs. August RoatB and daughter
who havo boon visiting in Lincoln for
somo timo past returuod homo Satur
Mrs. Wm. Burnett and children of
McCook, who have boon visiting horo
wlthE. B. Smith and family roturned
to their homo Sunday ovonlng.
If you want a good cheap heater this
winter, call at W. W. Wrlulit's and o
tho now "Rotort" heater. Burns slack
and keops firo forty-eight hours.
'A. N. Patiuor, formorly of this city
but now a resident of Olive, California,
at lived Tuesday on a visit to his son
Oiear and other relntivos and frlon Js.
Get your Bale bills printed at this of.
lice nnd tho tiriiinunr-einent of salo will
bo printed in the paper during tho
mini preceding Urn Vale day fine of
From an itom in tho daily papers wo
learn that a Red Cloud man has sued
an editor at Beaver City for criminal
libol for publishing an nrticlo in which
charges wero mado derogatory to his
being a man of chastity and honor.
' The snow of last Sunday was some
what different from tho ono of thopro
vious week. About fivo inches cover
ed tho ground and mado fino slolghlng
for those who wore lucky enough to
havo anything to rido In.
For Sali on Trade. Good town
property, well improved and in good
repair, near to railroad in tho city of
Red Cloud. Will sell for cbbIi or part
on time or trado for stock. Apply to
Chas. Schaffnit, Red Cloud, Nob,
"Tho advertising man of that wookly
paper looks mad ovory timo ho hoars a
freight train coming up tho grade," ob
served the cheerful boarder. "What's
the troubloT" asked his friond. "Ho
hates to think of so much puffing and
no ono paying for it." Spokano Re
Closino Out Sale I havo decided
to close out my ontlro stook of dry
goods, boots, shoes, bats, caps, notions,
groceries, hardware, queenswaro and
salt. I must sell to pay indebtedness.
It will pay ovory farmer to call In and
cot somo of these bargains. I will sell
my entirn stock at a big discount for
cash, A good chance for somo ono
with capital to ongngo in business. I
will sell tho building or rent it. G. A.
Harris, Gowlcs, Nebraska.
T1I1C WElfiK'S HAPPENINGS.
Morgan Davis returuod Monday ovo
nlng. Jeff Myers mado a businoss trip up
the valley this weok.
Randolph McNItt was looking aftor
legal matters in McCook this week.
Tho most com pie to stook mens' felt
boots and uvorshocs nt Galuaha & Wcs
cott's. Miss Lillian Prico of Rivorton was
visiting with Mrs. W. W. Wright tho
last of tho'woek
Keop your boy's legs and foot warm
ami dry by purchasing canvas legglns
and overshoes of Galusha & Wescott.
Special salo on robes, blankets and
nil winter .goods beginning September
25th for 80 days only. J. O. Butler.
Tho hypnotic subject who wns placod
In tho window of Tiirnuro Bros. Btoro
was vlowed by largo crowds Wednes
day. Tho Union Firo Insurance Compnnj
Is tho best mutual. Combine risks; in
liiMiillmonts 8 per cent.,!. 11. Smith,
Spoclal Agont. t
A saving of fuel now days Is ono of
the things tolooknftor and that won
derful "Rotort" heater at W. W.
Wrights fills tho bill.
Wo don't soil goods at cost for wo
can sell nt a profit and bent any prices
in town. Soo our albums and lamps.
Cottino, tho druggist.
A twonty-flvo cont spring on tho door
of tho B. & M. waiting room would
savo coal and do much townrd keeping
tho traveling publlo comfortablo.
Tho Baptist and Christian churches
united for services on last Sunday
night owing to tho storm. Pastor Hub
song of tho Christian church did tho
Soothing, healing, cleansing, DoWitts
Witch llnzol Salvo is tho implacablo
onomy of sores, burns and wounds. It
never falls to euro piles. You may roly
C. L. Cottlng.
A nhmbor of B. & M. ofllclals wero
hero tho first of tho weok. Wo havo
not learned whether they aro going to
remove tho round houso, mako this a
flag station or a division point.
Wo wish our correspondents would
bo inoro regular in Bonding in tho nows
from their localities. If stamped en
velopes and stationery are needed lot
us know and they will bo supplied.
J. H. Smith writes combined insur
ance for a term of fivo years at 8 por
cont. On schools houses, churches and
farm property on tho installment plan.
Drop him a card nt Rod Cloud, Nob.
A number of our business men this
weok opened up thoir largo Christmas
stocks, and you can find among them
anything tho heart of a child or grown
person could desire for a Christmas
Tho lecture that was to bo delivered
at Oddfellows hall Wednesday night
by Rov. G. H. Schleh of Omaha on an
Ideal Ago under auspices of Woodmen
of tho World is postponed to Friday
night Doo. 2d. All come. Ladies es
Tho old lire bell tower was taken
down this week, it having boon con
demned as unsafo to support tho weight
of tbo boll, and a now structure is be
ing ereoted in its stead. The now tow
er will not bo as high as tho old ono
but will bo more substantial.
l Owing to the
Immense Trade we have
had this season in
A i i
we have been compelled
(1 to order a bier new
$ line for the
1 HOLIDAY TEADE,,
Will bo here in a short time.
!. Wait for them.
It will pay you.
;j They were bought at
'k late seaso prires. You II
j know how we will sell them, m
ft Leaders in Fashions and Low Prices. tyJI
i Advice to
There are three great reme
dies that every person with
weak lungs.orwith consump
tion itself, should understand.
These remedies will cure
about every case in its first
stages ; and many of those
more advanced. It is only
the most advanced that are
hopeless. Even these are
wonderfully relieved and life
: itself crcatly prolonged.
What are these remedies ?
Fresh air, proper food and
I of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo-
phosphites. Be afraid of
draughts but not of fresh air.
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Kalov's pond has boon tho scono of
much enjoyment since tho cold snap,
and every night finds a merry crowd
thcro enjoying thomsolves as only Bknt
ers can. Tho ico is reported as lino
nnd tho beautiful moonlight evenings
makes it nil tho more enjoyable
Leslie Graves started on tho morning
passenger Sunday on his roturn to Sa
vannah, Georgia, and a lotter having
been received on tho mail from the
tamo train, granting him n furtbor
leavo of absence, a telegram was went
and caught him a short dlstanco down
tho road and iio returned homo again.
Tbo Methodist church and thoir pas
tor, Rov. Darby, havo decided to bo
gin revival meetings in tho church in
this city on Jauuary 1st. Thoy will
also hold an old fashioned night watch
meeting. Mr. Darby is a most success
ful revivalist, and everybody will look
forward to this meeting with special
Tho Houston (Toxos) Daily Post says:
"Miss Flora Droschor in bor violin
solos rocnlled memories of Olo Bull ns
Paglanini, and literally mado her in
Htrumont speak. Her first selection by
Viouxtcmp pleased the classical part
and her oncoie, "Suwanee Hlver" took
tho whole uudlenco by storm." This is
Miss Drencher's fifth season with tho
Alba Hoywood Co, who will bo soon
heio December 0th.
We are having a surprise party at our store this month,
Those come are surprised at the prices for such a
high grade of goods as we sell. We advertise only
the absolute facts and when we say that we give you
i THE BEST GOODS for
THE LOWEST PRICES,
You may depend on it. Our guarantee is every thing as
we say or your money back or goods replaced
with new. We sell high grade goods at
the low grade price of others.
I OUH UflE OF (MISTPS PRESENTS .
will be largely added to this month.
We are the Only Graduate Opticians in
ever attended an Optical College.
This County who have
Jewelers and Opticians,
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IMney air many.
They are reliable.
They aire closiralble.
Ou0 cholco selection of holiday goods are now aeudy for th'o inspoctiuu
nnd approval of all who know a good thing when thoy t co It,
Alwjms, Toilkt Cases,
Coli,ak and Cuff Sf.ts, " '
Novelties of all Descriptions
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FROM ONE QENT TO TEN DOLLARS.
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