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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1884)
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"ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $150 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1884,
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EVERY EKIDAY II Y
A. C. HOSMER.
RATES OF SUBSCRIATXOX:
One cory, one year, - - 81 50.
One copy, six month. - $5.
One copy, three month?. - 5ft.
Enlrreu at tin I'oftr.fflce in Rrd Clond as mat
ter of the f econd fla..
John T. Bayha, County Clerk,
dins. Busehow, Comity Treasurer.
Geo. (). Yeiser. County Judge.
J. Y. Warren. Slicrill".
Ohas. W. Springwr. Superintendent of
C. P. Kinker, County Surveyor.
J. M. Mosena, County Coroner.
J. E. Smith. J
Jacob L. Miller, County
Jno. McCallum. )
State Bask of M hi,
RED CLOUD, XEB.
Special Attention Given to Collec
Sling Garbcr. Levi Mooro,
R D. Jones. F. K. Uoble.
Bin and sell Exchange,
lections. Discount .Notes
General Banking Business.
Interest Allowed ox
aud do a
KKAL EST AT:
On Farm Property !
In Srtithern Nebraska and Northern
Knpas. at Xj and 9 per cent, interest
REP CLOtTr, N
J. A. FOWLER, Propreitor.
63?" First door north of the National
Hank. Red Cloud.
T I- DEXNEY M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offick smd flceping room over
Cooks druj: store.
THYSCIAN AND SURGEON,
Professional calls promptly attended.
Office: At residence near Cowles. 8-51
Ispermnnently located in Red Cloud' i
Neb., over State Bank. 17-3m
Dr. H. A. Baird,
R. DA JI ERE LI,. HI. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
REd Cloud, Nebraska.
OrriCKr OTerTthe new rwtonice.
J. S. GILHAM,
J TTOKKEY akd counselor at law.
Office opposite CUy Drug Store.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA
O. C. Cae. Jas. McNeny
Case & McNeny,
ATTORNEYS Jfe COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Will practice In all the Courts of this State
and northern Kansas. Collections as well as lit
icated basinets carefully and efficiently attend
ed to. OrriCK-First door south of National
Bank, up stairs. RED CLOUD. NEB.
Frank R. Gump,
a ATTORNEY AT XAW.
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Collections rcceire Prompt attention.
Orric Over the new portofilco building.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
State Bank block. Red Cloud, Neb
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TTORNEYS AT LAW.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Agents for the B. & M. R. R. 'Lands
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Ldisg mm Store
Of R. L. Tinker, Red Cloud,
Opposite Postofflce. My stock of Furniture and Mortuary Goods,
the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE ever brought to the
NEW STOCK AND LOW PRICES !
Come and Obtain Prices before you buy elsewhere. We make
a Specialty of
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Etc.
Two Doors North,
LUMIJER, LATH, SHINGLFS,
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY,
OI AT TMK LOWEST
Four Doors North State Bank,
RED CLOUD, -
Furniture, Fishre Frames,
R. E. HARESNAPE
mn & soi,
Red Cloud, Neb.
Cash paid for bifes & pelts.
.A.T the old keliable
and Undertaking House !
Valley and my prices can
will you come, why don't you come ?
of the State Bank.
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AC.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET AND
!SB the best of B
Vki i U H ALWAYS ON HAND. H
not fail to please.?;:
R. A. STMPSON.
F. A. SWEEZY.
Attorney at Law
Blue Hill Bank.
SIMPSON & SWEEZ7,
BLUE HILL, WEBSTER CO., NEB.
A General Banking Bnsiness Transacted.
Special Care Riven to -Collections, Farm
Lons at Loir Katas. Mrhool Bonds
Bought sfcd Hold
Koantse Brothers Bankers, New York City
Bank. Omaha Nebraska.
' Ssur laa.
Drugs, Paints, Oils
Notions, Wall Paper, Ac.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
C. A. OWEN
Orders solicited. Prices reasonable,
and work guaranteed.
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Opposite State Bank, Red Cloud. Meals
served at all hours.
R. E, Jfoere. Pres't John Moore V. Prea't
JS, a. Ambler. Uaabier
First National Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Capital, - 50,000.
Transact a general banking business, bay and
ell County warrants. Alo County, Pre
einct and School District bonds. Bay and sell
JL . Moore. John Jfoore.
C. W. Mosher, R. C. Outcalt
Geo. O. Yeiser.
R. D. Yeiser.
Geo. O. Yeiser St, Co.,
Seal Estate k luiruci Agents
RED CLOUD, NEB.
No. 121 Farm of 160 acres, three
miles from Cowles, 80 acres under cul
tivation. All smooth land.
No. 129 Farm of 160 acres, four
miles from Red Cloud, 80 acres under
I cultivation. Good stone house with
basement. Stone stable and 200 fruit
trees just bearing.
No. 136 600 acres school land; 320
acres deeded land, timber and fencing.
Will sell stock with farm if desired.
No. 137 Farm of 800 acres, seven
miles from Red Cloud, 100 acres under
cultivation ; frame house, stable, etc.
No. 144 Farm of 320 acres, 2 miles
from Salem, Kansas. Well improved,
all creek bottom land, and an unfail
ing stream of water.
No. 145 Farm of 160 acres, four
miles from Red Cloud. Wood and
running water ; fine spring for cheese
No. 147 Farm of 240 acres, 6 miles
from town ; fine streams of water and
plenty of wood. Good improvements.
Money to Ion on improved farms in south
ern Ketrtik at the very tost
rate of interest.
Wre call the attention of all desiring
such accommodations, to the farm
loan department of our business, in
which we are still ottering the best in
ducements to the public
There is absolutely no coat to our
customers. No fees for abstract title:
no fees for recording mortgages: no
fees for taking acknowledgments, no
loans paid in checks or drafts upon
which the borrower must pay a dis
count in order to get the money, but
all loans paid in actual cash, over our
counters without any deduction what
ever. In placing our loans th?re is no te
dious delay in submitting applications
to eastern parties, as our facilities are
such that we can close all good loans
on short notice.
We are prepared to fill desirable
oans at nine percent, straight, with no
charge of any nature whatever. All
payments of interest and principa
may be made at our bank, and will be
sent othe parties free of charge and
interest notes returned to our custom
As to our promptness and fair deal
ing we refer to those with whom we
have placed loans (numbering at pres
ent nearly six hundred.) Call at our
office, or address us through the mail.
1 tf Simpson & Sweezy.
Blue Hill. Nebras
NOTICE OF COUNTY JUDGE.
TN THE MATTER OF THE AS-
A signmentof Alvin S. Marsh, of
Red Cloud, Nebraska, to Joseph W.
Warren, sheriff of Webster county,
Nebsaska, for the benefit of all credi
tors of the said A. 8. Marsh. Notice is
hereby given that I have appointed
and set aside the 8th day of February,
1884, for the meeting of the creditors
of said Alvin S. Marsh, to be held at
my office at Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Said meeting of the creditors to be
held for ihe purpose of choosing an as
signee to, succeed the sheriff in said
trust. All persons interested will take
notice hereof and will attend at the
office of the county judge in and for
Webster county, Nebraska, at ten
o'clock a mt of the day named in this
notice if they desire.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my iand-and affixed the seal of the
said county court "at Red Cloud, Ne-
jbraaka, this 25th day of January, 1884.
125-z ueo. u. xeisek, county Judge,
The Red Cloud Chief.
A. C. HOSMER,
FRIDAY, FEB. 8. 1884.
A 31 BOY.
As we are glad to-sec the CmfcF give'
so" many interesting items from most-
all parts ot the county,- we
blow a few breezes.
Although the weather was1 noC favor"
able, quite a number were present at
Sabath school. We have a good one:
Leap year is all the boom. The boys -can't
go any place-with the girls, and
some are getting bashful.
Mr. George Ball visiled the1 school ar
short time on Wednesday.
The excitement about 3Iiss Bertie
Ball's wound with a crochet needle
was not as bad as represented; She is:
now on her way rejoicing.
Mijs Walker was very agreeably sur
prised on Wednesday night. She was'
on her way to spelling school and was
taken home, where she- found quite a
number of young folkB having a party
for her benefit.
As soon as the moon gets bright and"
the ice gets solid again, the people of
Red Cloyd are invited to come here
on their skates.
There is only one more piece of corn
to gather in this section, and it will
soon be no more.
Mr. Baker is having a well boreit
and will move to his new home in a
Don't forget Sunday school next
Mr. Frank Cockrell & on the sick:
We want Mr. H. B. to tell us how
much of this country Guide Rock
There was a danca at Amboy ono
nJght hat week
ed the music.
Mr. Sam Miller has lita farm fencetJ
and is consequently happj.
The Rasser Bros., of Amboy, have
one and one-half sections of land
fenced and divided into farm and pas
ture. The boys are well "heeled." By
the way, and for the benefit ot Miss
Courtright, I will say that John is a
bachelor of long standing, and it is our
opinion that she will court wrong if
she does not try to capture him.
The Amboy bride has no objection
to riding horseback to the 'squire's if
the other fellow will get a horse; but
to have the courting to do, and pop
the question, and make all the prepar
ations, and then have to ride a blind
plug or a Texas pony she says she'll'
never do it. Don't blame her.
Mrs. S. W. Polly is on the war path.
She is looking for "Wind," and by her
irate appearance if she finds him he
will cease to blow. That is our opin
ion. Mr. Baker, of Iowa, is building a
house on the piece of land purchased
of Sam Miller last fall, and will soon
The board of directors in district No
15 decided that the teacher should not
punish by whipping the pupils. Now,.
Mr. Board, how is she to manage those
fellowswho are too young to expel",
and who draw knives on her and carry
revolvers strapped on their backs?
We'll bet a punched nickel that if we
were teacher we would pound the stuf
fing out of all of them if thev tried to
come those "rackets" on us.
F.N. Richardson has the smallest
cow and calf iu Webster county. The
cow is less than eighteen montlis old,
and weighs 400 pounds, and the calf is -not
quite as heavy as Jim Miner's
The Hon. W. A. McKeighan attend
ed the meeting of the farmers' alliance
at Kearney last week, and reported a-
large attendance and a good time.
Have you been gilt edged?
If these scribblings do not find their -way
to the wast basket we will write
some more. Expoundkk.
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