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$ Wl rr fflmfr jy k' -k tftrj rt "n'",'a'"CT,HBa',ll,','MMWIII,a'"aMBMaMaMaaWnaMRWaj BWJCPjKiLrfaZry-. rfJir- -jwfiJ'SS 't irKValMaaTJaaaaaaaK MLM"ilBiWPSJ KflU HVBJKLvfaaaaaaH VOLUME XXIX. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MARCH 15, 1901, NUMBER 11 MINER BROTHERS. Swinging Into the Neat Season ! with stock in splendid shape, with fashions newest favorites in every portion, with every feature alert and active, we feel assured of your interest, and confidentially assure you that keenest pleasure await your selections that plenty of enjoy ment is in store for the spring shoppers. The prices are ab solutely right making the money saving kind of values that gives enthusiasm to your buying. Ouf Line of Itadie's Tailor (Dade Suits and Skirts is a Good Assortment to Seleet from Sllit No. 448. Wool Venetian cloth, tailor made, jacket plain, iS inches long, nicely stitched, cut Eton style, new bell sleeve, lined throughout with a good near silk. New cut plain back, fiare skirt, full width with lap scams,ppjQQ $6.00. lined with good cambric, colors brown and blue, Sllit No. 440. Wool Venetian cloth, tailor made Eton jacket 16 inches long, half tight fitting, V. shaped front, bound with a black silk braid and tripple stitched, new bell sleeves, lined throughout with a good mercerized lining. New cut Hare skirt, full width, finished with 3 rows silk stitching around bottom, good lining, velvet bound Skirt. No 270 Large figure Black Mohair brocade, new cut Price $14.00 inverted plait back skirt, full width tailor made finished seams, lined with good quality fast black "D,, -. do nt X Xj W iPal I J cambric Skirt No. 265 All wool Camel's Hair, deep flounce, trimmed with silk and nicely stitched, inverted plait back, tailor made finished seams, flounce interlined, col ors gray and blue Price $4.50 Sample Line Ladies' Shirt Waists. This is a handsome assortment, all the latest patterns, a glance through the line is readily convincing. An endless variety of all the latest Wash Goods, Silks, Silk Waist Patterns, White Goods, Etc. .Lc.cc.cc.frfrttttteFetttFtfrtettctfttetttetctte T r ft A- Mnrtsracre Works 5 A Mortgage Works AH of the Time. So does good newspaper advertising. If properly prepared it does good work, if not properly prepared it is an eqpensive proposition. Our experience enables us V to prepare ads that pull business. . would like to prepare copy for your ads we give the matter prompt and careful at tention adn make advertising profitable. Publishers' Advertising; Agency, David City, Nebraska. ,.', THE CHIEF, $1.00 PER YEAR. r&&&&&&&&3& jhindley's Restaurant IIAI.K llUII.DINd, Keel Cloud, Nobiaska. Warm Meats at All) ? Hours. (Nice, Comfortable Lodging 1 Rooms. x PFKU1TS, CONFECTIONERY, J NUTS AND CIGARS. t Oysters if Every Stye. ? ALL KINDS OK HOT AND COLD i LUNCHES. Star lj aLw i j fi! Cfj t 10 fP 9fft 1 BLUE HILL. jJudgc Gutbtio u( Atchidon, Kansas, was in town Wednesday. Lawyer Sweezy did business in Hust ings Tuesda? and Wednesday. Attorney Wallets now indulge in tho luxury of a telephone in his olllou. "To bo or not to be; that is tlio ques tion," with severcl hcnntoiiul eandi dates. K. A. Simpson left on thu eustbuund passunger train Tuesday, loturning nt night. Carl M. Person has sold IiIh brick block on Liberty sttoot, to a party from Hastings. 1.0 Mutin leeuiitly traded his farm near towu for tliu lino roiidoueo of John Slubunow in Blue Hill. Thu brick Btoie building) recently owned by V. G. l'urkur, which was partially burned last fall is to bo re built. Harney Htiss, who has learned thu blacksiuith trade in liluu Hill, left on Monday for South Auburn, Nebraska, where ho has a job. Walter Scott, Hen Frcntica and half n dozen other sporty boys left on Mon day for a battle with geese and othir name along tlio Platte. When the Austrian Kcichsralh is in scssiou it reaches wrath every day. It is tho conservative man that niukes others happy, ami himself as well; thu extremist is a sad fellow to know ami a sadder onu 1 1 be. Captain C. E. Adams of Superior was initiated last Saturday evening into the mystei ics of the Aiioiont Order of Haiti Headed Prevaricators. Tho Captain will act as organizer of this society in the Republican valley. If you wish a lodge organized drop him a I'.ue. The iutnlligontcompositor, in setting up our poetical tribute to George Wash ington, last week, saw lit, in tho exor cise of his line discrimination, to change "groat" to "greater." This was done ostensibly, wo suppose, to inten sify thu language and improve tho rhythmic How of the vorso. We suspect however, that tho real motive was a dark and sinster design to injuro us in tho estimation of tho Chirp's array of roaders. Tho poem in question con tained somo new matter, never before published and was stated in tho ex treme strength that tho facts would bear. Indeed wo are told that some thought our admiration for thu man had carried us to thu vergo of nn over statement of historic fact. Thou comes thu intelligent compositor with his in tensifying business and makes a burlesque of tho whole- matter. This correspondent is essentially a historian, lie is after tho truth ami aims to givo it witli tho accuracy of au algebraic formula and thu fidelity of a photo graph. Consequently his productions will not bear intensifying. Thoy ato already intense Truth is intense evir and always. Tho ulterior purpose of t-e intolligout compositor is, it possible to indued people to question our verac ity. With thu calm patience of a suck er after truth, wo may endure this for a season, and wo limy not. It's a long time siuco any one was lynched in liluu Hill Wo hereby invito the intel ligent compositor to come to town. Columuus. Ml KXfLmJmL& d Crl?mBakiiig Powder Good Health depends upon the food you eat. Adds to the hcalthfulncss of all risen flour-foods, while it makes the food lighter, sweeter, finer flavored, more delicious. Exercise care in purchasing baking powder to see that you get Dr. Price's, which makes the food more wholesome and at the same time more palatable. PRIOK BAKING POWDKH'OO. OHIOAQO. Note. There ore many mixture, made In Imitation ot baklnif jmwder, which the prudent will avoid. They nre lower In price than crenm of. tartar pow der, but they nro made from alum, and are dangerous to uto In food t For Job Work of AU Kinds Come W 9 m m m j to The Chief Office. L ' . . . , GUIDE ROCK. Wo wero awuy last week and missed sending in items. C. L. Columbia is now proprietor of tho west sidu livery barn. E.M. Moranvillo has purchased the house next to his livery barn making it very conveniont. C. F. Moranvillo has purchased the liradshaw property. Henry Morauville has moved to Iowa. Dr. Iiradsbaw was up from Superior yoslerday. I. Ii. Colvin still has a farm to sell, can give possession. Chas, liushca is preparing to build an addition to his residence. Thi village election will be held in tka Jot Uaaur biiUiag April ad. COWLES Hev. Ogdun, Statu uvangelist is hold ing revival meetings at tho Christian church. (ieo. Hutchinson bought 0000 bushels of corn from Washborn this week. Walter Guruey of Ketl Cloud shelled 2000 bushels for him. ' Jack Wnller, Sidney Sprachor and Thornt Foe are camping on tho river shooting ducks. Gund & Co. ni'jv d tho old lumbor olllcn out on tho old Cuttor ranch this week. Uuinoy & Sons done tho job. Chas. Fuller is on tho sick list. Dr. Franklin wns called to liluo Hill on professional business this week. G. W. Francis of Red Cloud was on our streets this week looking after his interests on his sevoral farms north- oast of Cowles. Mr. Greenhulgh has tho brick on tho ground for the foundation for a line residence which ho will commence tho erection of soon. 'Dad' Paul will nlovo his housu on tho lots just east of its presont location. Listen for tho wedding bolls soon for the 'Old Soldier' is having his house on Willow creek fixed up in lino shape. Fred Fou is improving and wu hope to soon sou him around again after n long spell of rheumatism. Miss Hummel is visiting at tho Fuller homo this week. Miss Brown ami Miss Farquhar wero introduced into tho mystorL's of tho Court of Honor on Thursday night. Work on the now A. O. U. W. hall has been delayed again on account of nut getting lumbor. There must bo a "hoodoo" some place. Tho P. M. contemplates oxtonslvo repairs on tho government building soon. Thornt roo is working up a rural mail routo to run west from hero. Wo Wo predict in tho near futuro it want be necessary for any of thu farmers to come to town. tjoth was achoing and ho sold tho oHi'iiding member to a dentist for live cents. The crokinoln party at Smith's was an enjoyablo affair. Thu young people kept tlio discs Hying until a Into hour. J. J. Smith purchased a lino maro at Skeen's sale, paying for her $105. Joyh nnd sorrows follow ench other In quick succession. This timo it is a boy and Charles Alios wears a broad smile. Tho mother is doing woll. A li. Wiggins proposes to start a dry dairy. Hit purchased a small herd of steers at Skeen's salo. m m Pay your subscription and got a cal culating pencil. Thoy are a littlo wonder. Twentieth Century Medicine. Cascarcts Candy Cathartic are as far ahead of ancient pill poisons and liquid physic as the electric light of the tallow candle. Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. AU druggists, ioc. Keep your eyo the next timo he self. on 'him' boys for tho may want u hand him- GARFIELD. A yeung wintor struck this country last Saturday. Orvillo Holmgrain has just bought a big team with which to vox the foil. The liurial Board meeting was so poorly attended that an adjournment was taken until March 20. . Tho people of tho township were all congregated at H. J Skeen's salo last Tuesday. Stock sold nt very good prices. lUy Mttngerhas found a now way to Make wvaay. Last Moaday vae of an CANCER Sufferers from this horrible malady nearly always Inherit it not necessarily from the parents, but may be from some, remote ancestor, for Cancer often runs, through several generations. This deadly poison may lay dormant in the blood for years, or until you reach middle life, then the first little sore or ulcer makes its ap pearance or a swollen gland in the breast, or some other part of the body, gives the first warning. To cure Cancer thoroughly and penna nently all the poisonous virus must be eliminated from the blood every vestage of it driven out. This S. S. 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