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TIIE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1000.
NEWHOUSE - BROS.
Red - Cloud, - Nebraska.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
John Story of Cowlcs was boro Tuos
day. A. H. Crary of Guido Rook was hero
J. S. Largont was horo from Guido
J. H. Jennings was horo from Fre
Fresh milk cow for salo. H.L.Luco,
J. J. Martin and wife of Bluo Hill
were horo Thursday.
Got Wright's prices and soo his lino
boforo you got a heater.
Donald McCallum of Guido Rock
was hero the first of the week.
T. L. Trowbrldgo and wifo of Bluo
Hill wero in tho city Thursday.
Brt Lindley, wife and child of Riv
crton spont Sunday with C. J. Piatt
Fur robep, goat roboa, dog robes,
buffalo robes, and in fact all kinds of
.robes, at J. O. Butlor's.
Mrs. C. J. Pope who has boen visit
ing in tho east for some time past re
turned homo last Saturday.
Doll Abel who visited for several
days with his parents and other friends
here left Tuosday for his homo at Hob
xon, "Mrs. Howard who has been visiting
R. B. Fulton and wifo returned to hor
homo in tho eastern part of the itato
Don't forget that tho Cnur has
moved to tho basement under the F. &
M. bank and is rendy to do job print
ing of all kinds.
Boys Ovkkcoats at Cost. Our en
tire stock at actual cost. Groatest
bargains over offered. TnE Cowden-
Kaxey Clotiiino Co.
Aaron Conover has carpentors at
work on n new barn at his rosidenco in
the west part of town and tho struc
ture is nearing completion.
John A. Barber camo in this week
and paid his twntv-ejghth continuous
subscription for tho Chief, ho having
boon a subscriber for tho papor since
A young man residing near Campboll
shot himself through tho floshy part of
tho thigh last Tuosday during the olf
hunt. Ho crawled through a barb
wire fonco and pulled a 22 rifle after
him nmzzlo end first and "toll mo tho
old, old story" The wound was not
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
ft feV j
OYSTER KITCHEN j
IN THE WINDOW
J l). V1U. Pr in.
Will Waul spent Sunday in lMooui
ington. .1. L. Fuller was down fiomCowlus
W. C. Cox was hero from MeCook
H S. Pruudlit was heie from Guido
Harry Conover of MeCook witshi'io
the first of tho week.
Max IjUstig of Hastings was a visitor
to our city Thursday.
Miss Clara Kellogg who is located at
Trenton is home on a visit.
Our phono number is now 72. Call
us up whou you need job printing.
Will Lindley of Lebanon, Kansas, is
hero visiting with J O. Lindley and
Postmaster Gray of Rivorton was
looking after business matters hero on
Elijah Osborno arrived fiem tho cast
Wednesday night on a visit to his sister
Mrs. P. Conover.
A W Jordan of Binr O.ik, Kana,
was looking after business matters
Fol'XI) A pocket book between the
railroad and bridge Owner can
havo saino by applying at postofllco
and proving property.
Fidolity and accident insuranco writ
ton in tho Employers' Liability Assur
ance Corporation, Limited, London,
Eng. R. D. Bedford, Agt.
Wo bought too many boys and chil
drons overcoats. Wo offer tho entire
lino at actual cost. Got in on tho
ground floor. The Cowden-Kaley
The barbers of tbo city havo onterod
an agreement whereby they havo de
cided that after January 14th they will
closo their piacos of business at 8 p.m.
with tho exception of Saturday nights.
Rev. Dean is to begin a series of
meetings with his church at Indian
Croek next Sabbath. Thero will bo
two meetings on that day at 3:30 and
7:30 and each week day ovening. All
who can do so aro urged to attend.
Mrs. R. L. Tinkor, a formor well
known rcsidont of this city, arrived
here from MeCook Tuesday and is vis
iting with friends. She is an exhibitor
at tho chicken show having brought
down several fino birds of tho Part-
ridgo Cochin variety.
L. A. Hussong has gono to David
City, Nebraska, to assist Evangelist
Atwood in meeting. Mrs. Hussong
accompanied him on last Monday af
tornoon by way of Hastings. They
may bo away for a month. There will
bo supply preaching at tho Christian
Special meoting for married women
only, to be hold at tho M. E. church on
Saturday, January 14th at 3 p.m. This
will bo a very important mootiag for
mothers, for subjocts with which every
woman should bo acquainted will bo
discussed. The themo is one of tho
greatest of tho ago. Talk given by
Mrs. T. E. Horton.
The Degroo of Honer and A. O. U.
W. had a very pleasant joint install
ation at their lodgo rooms last Tuos
day ovening. Short spocohes, music
and refreshments constituted tho even
ing's program and it is needless to say
that all present enjoyed themselves
and had a good time.
Another wolf hunt willtako placo in
Pleasant Hill township next Wednes
day. A meeting will bo held at the
Lester school houso Monday evening
at 8 o'clock to perfect arrangements.
Everybody in Pleasant Hill township
and tho east end of Red cloud town
ship is urged to bo present, and who
ever else dosircs to como.
Editou Chief Wo noticed nn ar
ticlo iu tho Chief of tho fith inst ,
speaking of tho surpriso givon to Mr.
and Mrs. R. Hicks on Now Years Day,
and it was a good ono too. Wo feel
thankful to our many friends, not only
for tho presents but more especially
for tho respect they have shown for us,
not that wo fool worthy. R. and C.
Henry W. Hall an old and respected
rosidontof this county died suddenly
of heart failuro at his homo four miles
weBt of Bluo Hill on Monday, January
8th, aged 51 years, 10 months and 23
days. Tho funoral was held at his late
homo n Wednesday, January 10th, at
1 p.m. conducted by tho Masonic lodge
of Bine Hill. Tho sermon was preach
ed by Rev. Hummol. Tho deceased
loaves a wifo to monrn his loss.
A team, harnoes and buggy belong
iig to Oliver Hedge was taken from
the hitchrack nertb of the Moon block
last Tuesday erenini and as yet no
trace of the team or the party whe
took it has been found. ShoritT Wells
started in pursuit Wednesday morning
and has since boen !scounng tho coun
try for some trace of tho culprit and
team, A reward of 350 has been of
ferod for tho oapturo and conviction of
tho thief I v the slicniT and Mr. Hedge
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Great MW SPECIAL- SM !
OF MEN'S BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S
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Suits, Overcoats, Finishing Goods,
Caps, Hats, Shoes,
Tranks and Valises.
Greatest Reduction Sale of Clothing ever held in Red Cloud.
Great Money Saving Prices.
High Glass Merchandise 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
vv o o I
into censideration. They must go.
miss this rare opportunity.
This Special Sale
In blip Stock Except
The price will make you buy them. Don't
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All ? chJ
Jfsi Cash Only.
THE : GOMJEH - pitEY : GltOTjHHG : CO.
ONE PRICE CLOTIirERS AND LEADERS I2ST LOW PRICES.
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Heaters in endless vurioty u W. W.
E. M. Parker was up from Guid
Tho CniEP and Chicago Inter Ocean
ono yoar for $1.25.
Robot), robes, robes. All kinds of
robes at J. O. Butler's.
Largest lino of heators in tho Talloy
at Wriffht'a hardware storo.
Walter Roby sells the Singer sowing
machine. Prices right. Got tho host.
Samuel Spry camo in Saturday from
Lincoln wkero he has boen for about a
Robert Mitchell returned Thursday
evening from attendaucoattho funoral
of an undo at Croto.
Do you want a heating stovot If
you do go to Wright's. Ho has a largo
lino nt tho lowest prices.
Fred Tumuro loft Tuosday morning
for Los Angoles, Collfornia, where ho
will spend a month or so in tho hopo
thatthochangoof climato will bent lit
Why Do Some "Foods"
Sell for Less per pound.
Tho smallo amount of medication used
tho lower the prico can be mado per
pound, but bo suro and romembor that
fho choapor per pouud tho largor tho
fred must bo to give results. We guar
Is choaptr to ie at 13.60 per 35 pood
pail, oostaiwk 1,30 viedb thai
many other kinds wovld bo at 11,85
nnr 85 tinundi. and nt th anmn tlmn
per sa poumn, iuu at ins iame lime
we auaaantoo a sunerior nroduot and
C, L. COTTING,
A fresh cow for salo. Apply to I. D.
Mrs. J. F. Rich was horo from Bla
Frank Buschow of Bluo Hill was in
the oity this weok.
Ed. Burr of Guido Rock was horo
tho first of tho week.
Mrs. Richard Gray arrived in the city
Wadnosday morning on a visit to rela
tives and friends horo.
J. B. Wright who has boon visiting
relatives and frionds hero for a week
or so past laft Friday nieht for his
homo at Florence, Colorado.
Norman Morrison who has boon vis
iting his parents and other friends horo
for a week or so past loft Tuosday for
Omaha whero he will resumo tho study
James Peterson loft Tuosday for
Omaha to attend tho meoting of tho
retail implement dealers' association
which convened on Wednesday and
lasted thrco days.
Now that most of tho piacos of busi
ness havo gono into tho early closing
idoa what's tho matter with closing tho
drug stores and post ofllco. If its good
for somo its good for all.
Talk About Nkckwkah You nev
er saw any that can comparo with tho
wonderful lino wo will havo on dis
play as a special holiday attraction.
Tub Cowden Kalkt Clothing Co
G. It. Chanoy, E. U. Overman, L. II.
Blacklcdgo, R.T. Potter, Bernard Mc
Neny, James Hale,B. F. Mizor, W. A.
May, Jamos Duffy, Dr. Damoroll, J.
R. Mercer and I. W. Edson wore In
Superior Thursday in attendance on
tho hearing of tho Duffy-Edson caso.
A larga delegation of members of tho
Guide Rok I. O. O. F. lodge eana up
from that place on lait Monday evon
ing aid participated ii tie installation
eeramoitta f tha Boers of the lodge
of this elty. After the installation a
banquet waa glvan to the vliiting breth
ren. Alexander 8tawart, who waa ace a
resident and property owaer of this
oity diad at Hastings on Tuesday morn
ing. Ho was at one time an engineer
on tho B. & M. and was in the big
wreck at Hubbol years ago. Ho lived
at Wymoro for a numbor of yoars and
whiloonatrip at Lincoln a year or so
ago it was discovered that ho was moil
tally unbalanced, ho having n penchant
a tint tnni of ut)nliiig his Imli
4 i m h iM fiinvMlk hoiii'iy
Have loft a fow pieces of furnituro consisting of
Bed Room Suites, Dressers, Commodes,
Rocking Chairs, Dining Chairs,
Iron Beds, Mattresses, Sofas, Etc.
whioh mast bo closed out at onco and everything will go at coBt.
Anyono neoding or intondicg in tho near future to purchase
anything tho furnituro lino should call and see what
I havo loft before making any purchases.
Can save you 40 per cent on Furniture.
Also Sevoral nico Wall Paper patterns at cost.
F. V. Taylor, The Furniture Man.
CANCER IS DEADLY!
Results Fatally in Nine
Gases Out of Ten A
Cure Found at Last.
This fearful disoaso ofton first appears
as a moro scratch, a nimplo. or lump in
tho breast, too smalt to attract any
notico, until, in many cases, tho deadly
utsoaso is tuny uoveiopeu.
Cancor can not bo cured by a surgical
onoration. becauso tho disoaso is a virulent
poison in tho blood, circulating throughout tho system , nnd although
tho soro or ulcer known as tho Cancer may bo cut away, tho
poison romains iu tho blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with
Tho wonderful success of S. S. S. in curing obstinato, doop-Beated
blood diseases which wero considered incurable, induced a low de
spairing sufforors to try it for Cancor, aftor exhausting tho skill of
tho physicians without a cure. Much to their delight S. S. S proved
equal to tho disoaso and promptly offectod a euro. Tho glad nows
Bproau rapiuiy, anu in was soon uomonsiraieu
beyond doubt that a euro had at Inst boen
found for deadly Cancor. Evidonco has accu
mulated which ia incontrovertible, of which
tho following is a apocimon :
"Canoar ia hereditary In our family, my father, n
aistar and an aunt having died from this dreadful
dlaaaaa. My failings may bo imaginod when the hor
tibia iHaaaaa made its appearance on my side. It was
malignant Canoar, eating inwardly in such a way as
to mum great alarm. Tho diaeaso seemed beyond the
skill of the doctors, for their treatment did no good
whatavar, tha Cancer growing worse all tie while.
Htunerotu ramadiee were used for it, but tha Canoer WW. a. II. idol,
grew atcadlly worse, until it saamed that I was doomed
to follow the athera of tha family, for I know how deadly Canoer ia, especially
whaa inherited. I was advised to try Swift's Speoiflo (S. S. 8.), whioh, from tha
first day, foroed out the poison. I continued its use until I had taken eighteen
bottles, when I was cured sound and well, and have had no symptoms of the
dreadful affliction, though many years have elapsed, 8, 8. S. is tho only cure
for Cancer. Mns. 8. M. Idol, Winston, N. C.
Our book on Cancor, containing othor testimonials and valuable
information, will bo sont froo to any address by tho Swift Specific
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