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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, NOV, 3, 189&.
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from jfe'imbei" 3d to 13th.
About 500 Jackets and Capes left
Tnat we will offer at greatly
reduced prices during
Wo know thntowry lady likei in he woll dressed and with our enormous
stock wonif jnv) irul to please tho most fastidious.
LININCF FRBB- With 'iicli dros pattern at GOo nor yard or ovor
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iiuivN(in-iin-ii Jims -i.ut lining, - ynrus waisi lining aim lj
Virus of duck.
Winter is upon us and uow is the time to get onto our blanket prices. The
prices of our blankets make our competition look wise and
say nothing. We aro conlldent we can savo
you 25 pur cent on blankets.
Cotton Blankets from 39c to $1.50.
All Wool Blankets from $3.00 to $7.00.
Bed Comforts, lilli'd with cotton and covered with good material in choico
patterns, either quilted or tufted, largo sixes, at very moderate
prices. Now is u good time to make selections.
XJmlcI e irw ar.
MEN'S, LADIES AND ClllLDKEN'3 UNDEBWEAU-Wo havo undor-
wear that we nie sunt will please you in style, quality and price.
Now i tho time to buy as wo have a number of special
values that you aro not liable to Hud when the
season Is under way.
Wo aro nstonishing tho pooplo on Outing Flannels. Our stock is tho largest
and most complete in tho city.
J STOCKINGS AND SOUKS GIVEN AWAY. With each pair of shoes at
1 over $2 00 wo will give freoono pair of 2.1o hose, and with each pair
of hose under $s.00 wo will
JVTittens axixt Gloves.
Wo can plen.i' you in this line Without boasting wo have the largest and
bet line of Mittens and gloves ovor shown in Red Cloud.
Wo lead! Wo don'i only meet competition. WE LEAD.
can easily liu intuli- Hm reverse by n J
slight stiain ami hIhi-h N organ i
of the hum in -v-ieni will snap so
quickly as tho y-. Woik wont J
Abuse Kills It.
I Take tho JoacKms and Engravers
eye Itdoestiin vt-ry baldest kind 4
i. i i i 4
tut wuiii I'liii) linn mm.
! Constant Glass Pro-
! tection Saves It.
Wo liave helped other ojes.
E ean helpyouis.
Jewelers and Opticians. "
itrltiK 'I otr Watch. Clock mid Jewelry 4
t work. We ilu the beat work. 4
Lcavo your orders with us when 4
wanting a nice hair chain braided. J
J,0. WILES, Prop.
M lKK V 4B"i
Day's Sale I
give om;pair of 10c hoso.
Buy a Cooper wagon.
Curtains at cost at Taylor's.
Wall paper at cost at Taylor's.
Horace Brown went to Omaha tho
first of tho week.
Tho Uiiikk and Chicago Inter Ocean
one year for $1.25.
James Brown of Rivcrton wa3 in tho
city on business this week.
Conrad Fitz returned Monday oven
ing from a trip to Lincoln.
Tho best is tho cheapest. Got a
Cooper wagon at Peterson's.
John Elder of Rlverton was looking
after matters here this week.
All kinds of robes at Fogol & Hutch
ison's, Red Cloud and Cowles.
Dillnrd' Bedford was looking after
business matters in Omaha this week.
"Mrs. Ed. II. Smith of Norton, Kansas,
is in tho city the guest of J. 11. Smith
A. O. llosmer has been attending
numerous stock sales in diffeiont parts
of tho state this week.
You can always tiud what you want
In tho inout lino at Warren's market.
Ftesh lish every Friday.
1 havo just unloaded a car of Cooper
wagons. These wagotiB wero bought
for ca9h and tho prico is right. James
C, L. Cotting tho Druggist can now
furnish tho Pasteur Vaccine Virus for
tho prevention of blackleg. Use it and
savo jour calves.
Mrs. S. Barrows and daughter Julia
of Salt Lake City arrived in the city
Wednesday morning and aro tho guests
of Mrs. J. II. Smith,
Having decided to closo out my busi
ness in this city I offer my entire stock
of furnltuie,carpots, curtains nnd wall
paper at cost. F. V. Taylok.
A carload of lino cattle was shipped
through hero this week their destina
tion being Pueblo, Among tho ani
mals was a cow which was said to be
Mrs. Wm. Saunders and Mrs. Hattio
Gordon, mother and sister of Mrs.
William Zoluff are hero from Omaha on
a visit. Mrs. Saundoi-8 was formerly a
resident of this city.
About tifteen members wero received
into fellowship at tho Congregational
church last Sunday. Five wort bap.
tized by spilukling and 011 Tuesday
w war tammies at Atabvy.
Carpots at cost at Taylor's.
Furnlturo at cost at Taylor's.
Etl. Overlng was In Alma this week.
Heaters In oiulless varloty n W. V.
a Mrs. Brakoliold left Tuesday morn
ing for n visit in Illinois.
Miss Lulu Sellars visited in Guldo
Uock the lirst of tho week.
Largosl lino of boaters In tho vnlloy
at Wright's hardware store.
Georgo B. Lea returned homo Mon
day night from n trip to Illinois.
Revival meetings in tho Christian
church aro to begin about Decembers.
A lino Nebraska boy arrived at tho
homo of William Slowart on Monday
Mrs. Dwight Jones and daughter
Myrtlo wero hero from Guldo Rock
Med Lavalloo and wife of Rivcrton
spent Sunday hero tho quests of Noise
Lougtin and wife.
Fur robes, gnat robes, dog robes,
buffalo robes, and in fact nil kinds of
robes, nt J. O. Butler's.
If you want anything in tho lino of
horfo blankets or robes call on Fogel &
Hutchison, Red Cloud nnd Co vies.
Tho place to buy your apples is at
tho annlo house two doors south of
bank building on tho oast side T. G.
Mrs. Letourncau who has bcon visit
int here with Nelso Lnnuttu and fam
ily left Wednesday for her hemo at
Owing to tho crowded condition of
our columns this week the church notes
were left out but thoy will appear as
ustiul next week.
Any one having bills against mo aro
requested to present them for payment
beforo Nov, lGlh, 1800, as I expect to
leave this city about Unit time. Wm
Tho B. & M. eating house at the do
pot changed hands tho llrst of Ihv
mouth, Wm. Clemmons tho former
landlord having disposed of his inter
ests to Mis. E. L. Van Camp of North
Platte, this state, who isnowiuchnige.
A. A. Pope and wife and their daugli'
tor autf son, Lois and Paul, left Tues
day morning for Hot Springs, Arkan
sas, where they will spend tho winter
in tho hope that tho change of climate
will ho bouolicial to tho health of Mr.
A return banquet was given to the;
Fraternal Aid lodgo of Rivcrton by the
ortior of this city on last Saturday eve
ning ami a largo number of visiting
members woio present. A delicious
ropast was sorvetl and adollghtful time
was had by those present.
WantkI). Local or traveling sales
men, salary or commission, to handle
our oils, petrolatum, ami a good side
line. Goody guaranteed. No freight,
and prompt delivery. Address, Pknn
Petrolatum Company, Main Oflico
and Refinery, Coraopalis, Pa.
Tho littlo four year old daughter of
Ed. Shcrer fell oil a hay rack on last
Friday and sustained a fracturoof tho
right arm just above tho elbow and
dislocation. Tho littlo ono was brought
in nnd Dr. Beck with tho assistance of
Dr. Dameroll reduced'thc fracture and
mado tho littlo ono as comfortable as
possible under tho circumstances.
Cards wero received hero by frlondj
announcing the marriage at the homo
of Mr. and Mis. Edwnid Furor nt
Woodstock, Illinois, of theii daughter
Isabel to Mr. Edward J. Hoimerdlnger,
on Thursday, Octohor 20th. Mrs.
Hoimerdingcr was well known horn
as tho winter of Mrs. F. G. Blnkesleo
with whom she visited several times
during her residonee hero.
Made so by being fad to
If you hav the corn
we can supply the
CATTLE. Our In
terest Rate the Low
est. Our Services are
the Best. Write us.
Rooms 73, 74, 79, Live SUolc
Exchange. SUtUm "A,"
Kmnwn City, M;.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum faking powders are the great
menaccntoncalthof the present day.
ROYM. MKIK4 rOWMK 00.. MCW VOWK.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Evetythlng nteost at Taylor's
Hammock's at cost at Taylor's.
Kobt. Schul. of Bluu Hill was hero
Bishop Boiiacutii of Lincoln was hem
They aro tho loaders. Coopor
wagons at Peterson's.
Hobes, robes, robes, All kinds of
robes at J. O. Butler's.
Got Wright's prices ami soo his lino
beforo you got a heator.
Seo tho "American" hog fonce at
Mitchell Bros. Boston earth.
James Bowren returned from n trip
to Omaha Wednesday ovening.
Mrs. Frank Smolsor arrived homo
Saturday from a visit in Kansas.
All kinds of light harness nt Fogel &
Hutchison's, Bed Cloud and Cowles.
Walter Itohy sells tho Singer sowing
machine. Prices right. (Set tlio best.
A thirteen pound Nobrnika girl ar
rived at tho homo of Wm. Wolfo on
Will Kelloirg who has boon living in
New York for some time past lins ar
rived homo and will spond tho winter
LeggliiM nnd driving mitts, just tho
thing 10 keet out tho cold, full lino at
Fogel & Hutchison's, Bed Cloud and
J, A. Hussong goes as a delegate for
the Christian church hero to attend a
distiict convention of tho church nt
Nelson, this week.
Gas ltydeii, formerly n resident of
this city and a llromnn on tho B. & M.
Iji-foretho strike, Is hero visltinp Am
drew Berg ami wife. Ho Is now run.
ning a ranch near Cheyonno, Wyoming.
Largo crowds havo boon attending
tlio plcturo preaching tho past wook
conducted by Evangel 1st and Mrs.
KnobloH nt tho Baptist church. . Tho
incotitiRH will closo Monday ovoniug.
Wat ron Longtin on Wednesday eve
ning was ritling tho liorso and tho nni-
mal stumbled nnd fell and the lad had
tho misfortune to havo tho small bones
in his fool broken. It wns a very pain-
Blnnkots, blankets, blankets. Havo
you soon my largo stock of blankets.
Squaro blankets, cutaway blankets,
wool blankets, 5-A blankets, Hurling
ton stay blankets, bias girth blankets,
Storm King blankets nnd in fact all
kinds of blankets at low prices at J. V.
Marriago rites wero solemnized on
last Satuiday for Mrs. Bertha J. Wil
Hams nnd Mr. I. 11. Holmes of this
city. Tlio wedding wns a quiet alTair
and took place at tho residence of tiio
hrldo in tho south part of tho city, Bov.
Osborn of Holdrego oillciatlng. Mrs.
Holmes has resided in tills oily for
many years and is universally liked
andesteenui by a largo circle of ac
ipiointiinees. Mr. Holmes is tlio pro
prietor of tho Hod Cloud creamery and
U a gontloman of sterling worth nnd
Tho Chirp extends
Goo, Llndloy is working for Mr. Mat
kins. Con Wilson is building a barn.
O. E. Barney hauled a carload of flit
hogs to Bed Cloud last week.
Jamoi Mcintosh is shelling sovoral
hundred bushels ol corn ho bought of
C. F. Cat her.
Frank Sadilok lias his now house
completed and is hauling lumber to
build a now barn.
H. II. Crowoll and family spont a
couplo of days visiting nmong relatives
south of tho rivor last woek.
Mintor Garner sold sovarnl head of
cattto last week.
Mr. Brotthauor bos lumber on tho
ground for tho erection of a now
John Phillips bought liftcon head of
cattlo of Wm. Anderson tho other day.
Mr. Larriek is building a frame bam
on ono of his farm;,
Born, on tho 25th of October at tho
roaidoneuof Mr. Copeleu, a bouncing
1 Overcoat I
v 3i o
Wo warn you
that the best line
of Overcoats ever
brought to this town
Is to bo found at
wo aro showing an
AUBURN MELTON all
wool, satin lined sleeve,
sold everywhere for from
8ia.00 to $1.1.00.
I The Coiaden-Kaley
A brand now girl at Juntos Phillips.
Sheriff Wells wns down Wednesday.
Clyde Armstrong is ovor from Kan
sas this wool;.
A lino rain Tuesday night and Wed
It. S. Pi'oudllt has bought the lot
north of tho lumber yard.
I. B. Colvin had land lookers from
Oak, Nebraska, Saturday.
Mort Atlamson, republican nomlnoo
for shoriff was in town Thursday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac Crow returned
from their Iowa visit Thursday.
A stove repairing outfit from Fair
bury campod hero ovor Sunday.
HiiHsong, MoCrnry and Conrnd wero
in town last Saturday ilxing tonco.
W. J. Bryan spoko hero ten inluut.es
Saturday to an nudienco of U00 or 400
it is reported that Dick Woodward
and Miss Dean wore married lust Wed
M. B. Bontley was down from Bed
Cloud Thursday looking after Ills' inter
ests in this vicinity.
Chris Columbia and Georgo Parker
traded farms last week through tho
agonoy of I. B. Colvin.
Word was received hero of the death
of J, J. Sholtun at his homo in Still
water precinct last wook,
W. W. Ferris, deputy sheriff of
Osborne county, Kansas, was in town
on business Saturday night.
Thornton Henry of Burr Oak has
bought A. A, Bushoo's rosidonco hero
and will occupy it March 1st.
Word has been rocoived hore of tho
death of II. M. Adams a former resi
dent of this place in Dakota.
Jerome Bailoy aud wlfo and Mrs.
Bailey's mother and I. B. Hampton
came in from Chicago Saturday even
ing. James Taylor wo aro informed will
run the croamory in tho futuro and F.
Carter the present oporator will go to
I, B, Colvin is now agent for tho
Continental Firo Insurance Co. of Now
York and nlso the Lincoln Mutual Fire
Insuranco Co. of Lincoln.
Mr. Blaydclt has his now houso near
ly complo'.cd. Chas, Murphy will build
atoncoaud I.N. Smith has his foun
dation laid ready to build nnd so it
continues. Guide Bock has to grow.
Wo aro informotl a doublo wedding
took place at tho homo of J. S. Parsons
Sunday. Tho contracting parties woro
Joseph Parsons and Miss Monia nnd
Jesiu MelTord and Miss Parsons, all
respected young peeplt ef this ceaatj.
r rk ii
A burglar tried to rob tho stoi'o at
North Brniich lastSundny night. When
ho got tlio door broken open ho found
a man with a gnu on tho inside to' re
ceive him. Ho received a ft! ball in
tho ankle and got away, but was cap
tured in a straw stack about four miles
from the store on Tuesday forenoon.
Albert Horn is now a citizen of Guldo
Bock having moved into his now Iioubo
Tho tail of u northern blizzard' has
struck this locality.
Mrs. Stowart's family visited with
John Piel Inst Sunday.
Mr. Waterbury has laid tho founda
tion and floor of his now corn crib.
Charloy Armstrong is able to be
around again and visited Bluu Hill
Boys remembered Hallowo'on in
groat shapo by tho looks of plows,
Mr. McCoy aud family and Mr. Dick- .
iusou and family spent Sunday with
I nm afraid Bryan's blow out had a
rathor cooling effect on tho tcnehor'n
association in Blue Hill Saturday.
Fall wheat sprouting since tho rain;
populists decreasing with Bryan's train;
why not got Altgeld to blow, thon pop
ulists would Hiiro lie low.
Mossrs, Hendricks, Gross and Bank
wero at Bad Cloud Inst Saturday to
havo a look nt W. J. Bryan and their
Indies woro shopping in Bluo Hill.
Mr. Ed. Porto of Onkland by whool
nnd Norris Dickinson nnd family by
train reached Bluo Hill last wook and
visited with Mr. Wqterbury's family.
Mr. Ed. Porto loft Saturday by whool
and family by train to visit with Mr.
Porto's sister at Minden for a short
timo as ho has to bo horns to cast a-republican
Mr. Waterbury and family, Mr. Porte
nnd family and Mr. Dickinson and fam
ily spont Thursday with Mr. McCoy.
Mrs. McCoy and Mrs. Diokljsou aro
sisters and daughters of Mr, Water
A Sure Sign of Creup.
Hoarseness in a child that is subject
to croup is a suro indication of the ap
proach of the disease. If Chamber
Iain's Cough Boniody'.li given aasoea
as tho child becomes hoarso, or eves
aftor tho croupy cough has appeared,
it will prevent an attack. Many moth
ers who havo croupy children always
koop this romody at hand and Und that
it saves thorn much trouble and worry.
It can always bo depended upoa and'ia
ploasaut to take. For aalo by H i"'
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