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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, J? KID AY, JAN. 5, 1000.
5. NEWHOUSE BROS. &
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS.
7 Red - Cloud, - Nehraska.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Poultry show next wi'ck. Don't miss
Joo Blair was in Rtiillii:an City
Miss Ethel Hosnier is homo after a
visit to Lincoln.
J. 0. Lindley visited with relatives
at McCook this week.
Got Wright's prices nnd seo his lino
boforo you get a hontor.
Joseph Jiskra left Saturday for a
visit at Swanton, Nebraska.
Elmer Crono is homo again after a
sovoral days visit at Hastings.
William Pnrkes returned Wednes
day morning from a trip to McCook.
Miss Nellio Warren returned Sunday
night from a visit with friends at Lin
Prof. Geo. I. Kelloy after n weeks
stay at Lincoln ro turned homo Tues
Dr. E. S. Reed returned Tuesday
night from a visit with relatives at Ed
gar, this state.
Mrs. Joseph Kubicok who has been
visiting friends here has returned to
her homo at McCook.
Fur robeKroat robes, dog robes,
buffalo robePd in fact all kinds of
robes, at J. U. Butler's.
Henry Clark and wifo havo returned
frm a visit with the parents of the
latter at Arborville, this stato.
Jas. Peterson was in Guido Itock the
last of tho week looking after bis
implement business at that place.
Margaret Miner who has been in
Lincoln for miiiio weeks undergoing
medical treatment returned homo Sat
urday. Don't forgot that the Chief hnR
moved to tho basement under the F. &
M. bank ami is ready to do job print,
iug of all kinds.
Boys Ovi:iicoats at Cost. Our en
tire stock at autual cost. Greatest
bargains ever offered. Tub Cowdkn-
KALKV Cl.OTIUNO CO
Mrs. D. F Parker arrived Tuesday
morning from her homo at San Fran
cisco, California, to bo present at the
funeral of her mother Mrs. T. C.
y 'J'Ar.K Ahout Nkokwkak You nev
er saw any thhi can comparo with tho
wonderful linn wo will havo on dis
play as a special holiday attraction.
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MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
OYSTER KITCHEN j
j IN THE WINDOW
i AT THE
I Star Bakery
.1 t) WILF.S, Prop.
T. J. Ward has gone to Lineolu.
Charley White was in Hastings this
Ed. Story arrived hero on a visit
Will Stowart w.s at Spring Ranch
r .Jesse Baker made a trip to Superior
Mrs. L. 1). Oatuian has tcturned
home from Omaha.
John Diekorson and wife have re
lumed from Lineolu.
Miss Mablo Howaid has returned
from a visit at Superior.
Attorney E U. Overman was in Hast
ings the lirstof the week.
Mrs. Oscar Yargor is visiting friends
and relatives in the city.
A telephone was put into the resi
dence of R. D, Ferris this week.
Miss Nellie Knley has gone to Guide
Rock where she will teach school.
Our phono number is now 72. Call
us up when you need job pi lining.
A new combination car has been
placed on the Oherliu branch Haiti.
Geo. McCall and mother of Guide
Rock visited in tho city the first of the
Miss Fulton of Riverton is hero this
week visiting with tho family of E. B.
MUs Nellie West returned Monday
to Falls City after a pleasant visit with
her parents hero.
.Jessie Kellogg who has been visiting
the folks here returned to Lincoln
John Corbett left Tuesday morning
for Arthur, Illinois, where ho goes to
make a visit to his father.
Mrs. L II. Fort and daughters re
turned Wednesday evening from a
visit with relatives at Peru.
Mrs Carmoney of McCook who has
been visiting with C C. Cox and family
left for home on Wednesday .morning.
Ralph Foe, who is holding tho posi
tion of operator at Aekley, Coloiado,
is here this week visiting with his par
ents. Jay Popo who has been making a
visit to his family bore returned to Lin
coln Monday where he lias a position
in the insane hospital.
Mhs Sadio Ovcri )g after spending
a week hero with her parents left Mon
day to resume her duties as teacher in
tho western part of the stato.
Geo. Laiulnu and wife of Greenwood,
Nebraska, who have been visiting with
C. M. Smith and family nnd other rela
tives and frionds left for homo Tues
day. Wo bought too many boys nnd chil
drons overcoats. Wo offer tho ontiro
lino at actual cost. Get in on the
ground floor. The Cowden-Kaley !
The first nnnual show of tho Red
Cloud Inter stato Poultrj association
will bo held in Red Cloud next week,
January Oth, 10th and 11th. Admis
sion only 10 cents .
A surpriso party on Anail Crabill
was given at tho homo of his fattier on
Thursday evening, December 28 Some
twenty-four young people were pres
ent nnd nil had an cnjiyable time.
At the residenso of G. W. Huimii'l
on New Yenr's day at 4 p.m occurred
the marriage of Mr. Sherman Ford yen
and Miss Emma J. Haskius. Both are
well and favorably known throughout
The evangelistic services hold by At
wood and Sweetmnn in the Christian
church will not close as announced.
The public in attendance requested
that they continue Ev rybody come.
Further announcements from ihe pul
pit noxt Sunday. L. A. Hussono
Mrs. John Kimsoy after an illnsss of
soveral weeks with typhoid fever died
at her homo in this city on Saturday
evening December 30th, at 0 o'clock.
Tho deceased was 85 jearsof age and
and leaves a "vifo and six children.
Interment took place near Esbon, Kansas,
A wolf hunt will take placo in Red
Cloud, Balin, Catherton and Innvalo
townships on Tuesday, January Oth.
Lines aro to start at 10 a m. and clos
ing up point s to bo in pasture on C.
F Cather placo in southeast corner of
Catherton township No riling will ho
allowed to be used. A meeting will bo
held nt the school hntiso in Dist. 83, on
Saturday evening, Jnuuary Oth to com
Tho numerous friends of Mr. nnd Mrs.
llleks, residing south of the river, took
them by surprise on N Yuh'h i' ij
The guests took with the.t, iho boun
ties oi lifo in sufUeieiit quantioy to pro
vide a feast for those present, and also
a lino table and u nico quilt, for Mr.
and Mrs. Hicks as u roinninbruiicf of
the occasion The quilt presented
wub a unique one; as nch hull pieseti
mado one of the bioohs it contained,
and it is therefore highly prized by the
iccipiente. SS C3
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Great Jfl40JlHY SPECIAL SM J
OF MEN'S HOY'S AND CHILDREN'S
Suits, Overeoats, Famishing Goods,
Gaps, Hats, Shoes,
Trunks and Valises.
Greatest Reduction Sale of Clothing ever held in Red Cloud.
Great Money Saving Prices.
High Glass VIerehandise Offered by High Glass
SPECIAL SELLING MEN'S ODD SUITS. 75 men's odd
suits, created by reason of our immense business during Novem
ber and December. All go at a positive sacrifice. Cost not taken
into consideration. They must go. 1 he price will make you buy them. Don't
miss this rare opportunity.
This Speeial Sale
In our Stoek Except
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THE : GOWDEfi - RHiEY : GMTJUilG : CO,
ONE PRICE CLOTflEERS AND LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
S&fraPaPfeS THE COWDEN-KALEY CLOTHING COMPANY. &&&&&&&&&&&&
Heaters iu ondloss variety a W. W.
Rev. Horton made a trip to Superior
Tho Chiek and Chicago Inter Ocean
one year for $1.25
Robes, rohes, robes. All kinds of
robes at J.O. UiiiIh'k.
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard caine in fiom
a trip west on Thursday.
Largost lino of heaters in tho valloy
at WriKht's hardwaro storo
Walter Uoby sells the SinRi-r sowing
machine. Trices tight. (Jet tin best.
O C Teel nnd family rammed (mm
a visit with fiionds nt IndiniiolaTliurs.
Leslie (Jraves and sister K "tim re
turned Thin sdny morning from a visit
at Norton, Kansas.
Do you want a hoating stovo? If
you do go to Wright's Ho has u largo
lino at tho lowost prices.
Miss Susie Stewart who has been vis
iting with Ihe Fisher family ninth of
this city returned to her home at Dil
lor, this state, Thursday.
Why Do Some 4Poocfs"
Sell for Less per pound.
The smalle amount of implication used
tho lower tin prii-c mo he made per
pound, but he sun u i con mber that
fho cheaper per turner the
(roil must he in (' Winuar-
A fresh cow for bale. Apply to 1. 11.
Elmer Kaley was hero this week vis
iting his parents.
G. M. Castor of Itivortou was hero
the tit at of the weik.
Miss Clara Uimmickof Blue Hill was
bote the tirst of the week.
C. K. Morauvillo and daughter Marie
are vimtiug iu Guide Rock.
I. 11. Holmes and wifu have returned
home from a visit to Fail bury.
Mrs. Wooden of Fan Held is here vis
iting wiin K Rile ami family.
Mis. J. A. H mm and children havo
mini in il limn ihtiir trip iu Lincoln.
Lciier Kooniz irueil hi the city this
week on a visit, liniii ni!i Imiiiu in Indi
ana. Uev. G. V. lliiuiniell will conduct
ncrvict: ai Ml. llupe, KiiiiMts next Sun
da ai U a.m
Leoiiaru Smiili and wifu who have
been hero fur eeveiul days past have
gone li Impel iul
M i-u W.vtt Aiiiufb fit. mrliliir rlf Mr.
: ami Mm Juliu V'iImoii, south of tbo
river, is (iiuio sick.
Mrs. M a. M.tisli departed Moudny
for her liomo in llmiiugs after a short
visii wnli friends here.
Mits Maibla Puluinkv left Wedues
da umriuiig for Udell, having received
the .iiiulliKoiico that tier grandmother
wa seriously ill.
Mn 0 O. Cowdeu left Wednesday
nioriiiug for Ftirnur having received
the sail intelligeiicit iliai her brother
i was nut expected to live.
Kighi) aero farm in .arrison Co.,
Missouii, to trade for Webster Co.
laud. Have several good vacant town
lots for sale R L. HhtiFOltU.
Man led, at Neisou, Neliraska, on
I itniiuiy Ui, 1000, Mr. Clias. 1) Law
and Mist Ktlim F. Serl, both of Law
lenee. I'lie hrldo was formerly a tesi-
iiei.i in tins uiiy.
is clieaper to v ai S3 " i '2" .....i.itl i
pail, CONTAINING I 'i'O Kl.l'-.llS nuo
many other kinns " . at i yr
per 20 potiudH, ami line
wo guaaantee a sup. i . i.i. duel aid'
paying resultp. ,
C. L. COTTINQ,
A tim tit I tit I'htiictiiihiii'i'fl titliri l
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I'll lax' I iiniMltiv ii the homo o' Rtt.
(1. V lliimmi , when the "King's
D.itlH1! "( to en ,i .im'iiii! n-
eiei ''OhMMili). I annul, iiiiiij mem
lieis, gatliHitnl mil spent the day with
Ixh nun fun. N'li iiniil good Mzed
i -sil lieeii lllilHliiil del Miey coll-
..ic, liniii heio and lliuie was
heard mentions of dr part urr nil each
"'lr mane hiuies fe imt that
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FURHITUHE - AT - GOST -1
Havo left a few pieces of furniture consisting of
Bed Room Suites, Dressers, Commodes,
Rocking Chairs, Dining Chairs,
Iron Beds, Mattresses, Sofas, Etc.
which must be closed out at ouco and everything will go at cost.
Anyone needing or iutendiLg in the near future to purchase
anything the furniture line should call and seo what
I have left before making any purchanes.
Can save you 40 per cent on Furniture.
Also Several nice Wall Paper patterns at cost.
P. V. Taylor, The Furniture Man.
Shadrieh M. Wilburu was born in
Fraiikfoid, Kentucky, August 20, 1818,
and died December 31, 180(1, aged 81
years, 4 months ami ft days.
At 4 yearn of ago his parents removed
to Spriuglield, Illinois, while he re
mained until 185'J, when he went to
Ciiiiioriiin during the gold excitement.
He was married while in Coliforuia to
Miss Adulia Campbell and nine chil
dren have been given them, all of them
now living. After sixteeu years min
ing hi California ho went again to
Spriuglit.ld where ho remained for four
years, then ciimu to Nebraska where
he bus lived since, farming and in other
business. For the last few jcars ho
has been living with his sons. Tho
children remaining are: Mrs, Altueda
JJoll, Alliance, Neb., Mrs Mary Wads
worth, Oxford, Neb , 11 miry Wilburu,
David City, Neb., Mrs Sarah Jennings,
Hardy, Neb., Lotus Wilburu, li.ur,
Colorado, Thomas A Wilburu, Rod
Cloud, Neb , Shadrieh Wilburu, Sen
eca, Neb , Mrs. Mary Ditch, Atlanta,
Neb., Miss Angie Wilburn, Red Cloud,
They have the sympathy of the en
tire communitf in the loss of so excel
lent a father and one who for so many
years has been a valued citizen.
The funeral services were held at tho
Inmio of riiomus, a sou living iu Red
Cloud, Ni hruiKa, by Rev. R. A. il.nnfj
of the M Ft church. A large compauy
ot f i lends were in attendance
Mrs. T. C. ll.icker, wifo of Postmas
ter Hacker, passed quietly away at
her late residence ou Seward street In
this city on l.it. Ft i lay afternoon at
Her tiiai'b iiioi' w i Sarah John.
ston, and she was born iu Iud.unnon
March 12, 1831), and came to Nebraska
in 1850 She was married on May 12,
1801, to T. C. Hacker at Nemaha City.
They came to " obster county from
Hrowuville in 1881 taking up n rest,
deuco in this city. Six ohildtcn wero
born tj iliem of wh m two daughters
survive, Mrs. William Parker of this
city and Mrs. I). F. Parker, of Sun
Francisco, California, Her husband,
T. C. Hacker, onu lister. Mrs. Kali of
Akron, Colorado, and two brothers,
residents of Indiana, also survive her.
The funeral service conducted by
Elder Hu8song of tho Christian church
was held at her late home on Tuesday,
January 2, and was largely attended.
Interment took placo at Nemaha City
on Wednesday, January 3d.
On Sunday night nt 7 p.m. of l)cc ru
ber 31, 1809, nt the homo of tho bride's
parents Mr. nnd Mrs, A. D. Drown,
wero united in marriage Mr. Charles
W. Grout and Miss Mary Eva Hrown,
Rev Roscoo A. Barnes, M. S., of the
Methodist Episcopal church of Red
Cloud olliciating. Tho beautiful and
impressive ceromony of tho Mothodist
church was read and tho young couplu
launched upon tbo sen of matrimony
with tho God-speed and btst wishes
of the friends and relatives who had,
gathered to witness thu oui oniony.
Mr. Grout is a young m.ri of ood
family ami muuncrs, cntuiug fi. m Inn
valo. Ho has mude mau friouds hero
and begins work with tho Ovcring
Marble Company. The hrido has mnny
warm friends, especially among her
school mates nt tin high-school where
hho hub nttonded for thi past fow ytars,
They will remain in Red Cloud and
aro to bo congratulated upon their
hapny start in life. May all joysnt
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