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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1884)
'Mie Hsd Cloud Chief
- .CI?AERf - Proprietor
FIDAY. DKC. 5 IKS4
ISOri'ii CHK ITK3IS.
Corn fi'.skiiiir all the iro.
'J'hprrfonietcr iown to zero.
v Litnji y nnd (legating wiety on;a!i
vcd Jitrcrncv Crrrk. School rlo-ed
there hl week. Miss 15v-ie Wnlk
trtUgljiJhrc months .i! vis uelllikcl
C hul S'efhens is on the sick liht.
31c h:J n hi pile of corn hu.ski-d.
HHiol commenced at I'lc::int Dale
on ?.l7ii(Jay, Lorn MoHruie, teacher.
II E Simons traded hi.j Kainas farm
for the' or four hundred fine Merino
Abfv pas3od D S llclvern's -hcep
rancj a few dy- ago we noticed some
"finc.vcthe: which fie jittitii; in good
phsijii for the .shninbir--,. I) .S has kiiiic
enjfinc Japanese which averaged ?o
nuclei to th acre.
Ji'enry Stefiun lo.it three head of fat
Ion fchultri has shedded his thresher
in Ftevenh' cornfield.
W1 1 1 Kiu-hn shakes Ins head and
p-.iA no morsuperw-or or athnai-ter
for him. G. U. E&sagais.
J 17 1 ISO N
Corn gathering is ne.irly done and
the farmei arc well pleased with their
crop" whit li is turning out ah u i.fy
iiiishlcs to the acre and wheat from
iV and 35 yet farmers are diK:itisfied
with the low price they get for their
Thorn w-Ai :l tmrtv at Mr. Moiint-
fmds on WedneVday night, there were
:ili(ut thirty young folki there, Mr.
v.'iliams jilayed the violin, Miss A.
linlvom nlavcd the organ.
Mr Mahler. hoiiM; w.is hurnt
1 ust week with all the furniture,
Dance at E Walners Friday
Had a good time.
Mr J'. Johnson's team run
on Kridav and threw Mr. Johnson on
the ground and hurt him severely,
There will he a meeting at the school
fcpM-e in Jhstrict No-90 known'as John
Hnu'a ."i-hool Iioum' on Tuesday night,
live, 19, to arrange for the Christm.is
T. U Kear is on the sick list again.
C I' Ttinker, who is agent for Mason
and Hamlin's organs is doing a suc
V J) Mt-ICinuey and family have
'ji:oved to Kansas.
Corn husking has hegan. I he crop
The memhers of the M b churcli arc
flunking arrangements to huild a
church near Scott.
1 will now comply with the wish of
l!Mis. S(arah) w. Corner and wiitc ahout
the nartv at JJeacoii Harris Joiie s.
'1 nree young Indie of the Noble tiihe
made an entt-itainment for theii
cousins and friends, we had molacs
candy, pop corn, apples and lunch
Mrs. Hollman, who lately moved to
J?cam.si!lc, Kansas w:vk our surpne
Dear Mrs. Corner, I thank you for
your interest concerning my health, I
kept my mittens on my hand all the
time while going home, hence; took no
rol.i. 1 intend to keep my mittens till
spring. Now would you have me give
any friend other than a mittened hand
on such a cold night as Oct. J 7th.
Mr. Wright and family, of Cleveland
Ohio, rel itives of M. P. "ifurd, arrived
here last week with the view of locat
ing in this vicinity.
L C Bennett, ol Iowa, has arrived
with a car load of hor.-cs, implements,
and household goods, and has taken
possession of his farm a mile and a
half south-cast of town.
Chas E Wright ami family, formerly
of this place, now of Hitchcock county
have returned to spend a lew weeks
-with relatives here.
Mr. Tayton has opened a shoe store
in our town, and is prepared to do all
kinds of work in his hue.
Among the improvements talked of
is a skating rink, a store house, hank
building, and several duellings.
The lumber trade continues lively.
Mr. French has his buildings almost
ready for occupation.
Ed. Gilford has just received sixty
barrels of apples.
G A Latta shipped a car load of on
ions on Tuesdav lat.
Mrs. A. A. Peak, and Mrs J T Latta,
are, this week visiting relatives in
Mrs. C E White is visiting her par
ents h.erc this week.
Our new drug store, grocery store,
diy goods, and hardware, stores all
seem to be doing well.
Pr. Moranville seems to he growing
worse of his illness and grave fears are
enteitaincd that he may not recover.
Dr. Blown hos gone to Michigan to
attend his youngest brother, whose life
is blowl- fading away under the des
tioying, yet subtle eticcts of con&ump
t.on. Messis Alexander and Cathkatie, of
Superior were in town the other day
looking after their live stoGk interests.
The report times rather dull, prices
ow,"and like the rest of us do not
think the change in the administration
will produce any marked change for
the hnancial situation.
The other night the young bloods
got out on a rampage, and for some
liing better as a means of amusement,
carried away a platform from the
front, of one of the business houses,
hung a large doll over the door, threw
a biishel of rotten apples at the propri
etor and raised Cain generally. This
mm-niiv the whole crew were as mild
as the best Sunday school boy of the
Your correspondent would be only
fo happv to be able to report some
thing red entertaining to your host of
intelligent readers, but how can he do
so just at this quiet season, with every
thing and everybody so serene? Why,
the fact is he can't chase up the ac
count of a fight, footrace, elopement
or common country wedding. But do
not be disheartened dear, brave old
Chief, for the "boom is gathering and
ere vou-are aware of the fact there will
be some of tre (as Josh Biilings would
sav) startlingest matter to chronicle
lrom ibis 'daisy "town. . Rocket.
W'ji. Letson has The pride of Blue
.Thr pride of ;Blue Hill flour is tak
fcY. &4fhrver introduced:
IIlt.iIMM) Tl KANSAS.
yt' weather onre more.
Fall wheat looking f-plci.did.
V arc sorry to -ay that Mr. Vincent
William ha. been ulfcih.g consider
ably of late, caused by a gathering in
1 1 inking corn i- the order of the day
Lnt week we h,id a general turn out
in this neighborhood, burning lire
Fehool commenced in th;J district
iast Mend, y, Mi.-d Wood teacher.
.. . -
Never IIen ateJ SWiNitn Die.
Eihtok CuihF: In your iue of last
week you intimate that under exiting
hw 1 have the democratic parly down
fer thr'-o year-. 1 wi-h to say in reply
it h not my do-irc to impose myelfon
any parti orpeojde. 1 have repeated
ly stated my petition on what rhmild
con-titute the "tenure" of mv oflicial
poition, and that is that when the
patrons of tlm oflice are not ati-tied
.ith my services I do not wish to nor
wiJl 1 serve longer. A to what the
"ci;il service" plicv of the Democrat
ic admini-'ration will be I cannot, and
pri'.-iime the oldest inh.ditant i- un
able to tell. It ha been said that gov
ernment employee-' never ie.ign a:id
-c'llom die: hi coinoiiance with that
.-aing I shall not re-iirn as long a my
democratic friends d-sire me to .-erve
them in the capacity of no-t:na-ter
M P. MXirr.
Ask your grocer for The pride of
Blue Hill tlour. Jf he don't l.icpit
vou can get it of wm. Letson, S. V.
Ludlow or w. It. Piii-.cH. II tf
IN THE PASTRY
Vanilla. limon.Ornntt. etc.. flnvor Cokri(
(:rriinia.Fiiildlnicitrc..iia delicately null nat
urullyu the Trull Ti'iini t lilch tlii nreuinCc.
FOIt STUS.N(JTII AXD TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALOXE.
PHtPAIttO BY TMt
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Ch.cogo, III. St. Louis, Mo.
Dr. Prisa's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lupnlin Yeast Gems,
Best Dry Hop Yait.
1VE UAi:t HUT ON'K UUAUTY.
LIGHT HEALTHY BREAD
Tho best dry hop yeast in tha worlrf. Broad
raised hy this yeast -Is light, white end vhole-
fome like our grandmother's delicious bread.
CROCERS SELL THEM.
FrtCPANSO 0 1M5
Price Baking Powder Co.f
Haa'f is of Br. Price's sneclal FlaYonnj Einacts,
Ohlcoo, III. St. LouIo.MO
R. E. .Voore. Trrs't John Moo 0 V. Pre?t.
E. U. Atnblcr. Cushit-r
First National Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.
'Pranpacta gcnoral'barKinf; business, buy and
i sell County warrants. Alo County. Pre
cinct nnd School District bonds, lluy and sell
R. R. Moore. John 3ooro.
C W. Mosher, R. V. Outcalt
W. N Richardson.
Etc., Etc. Etc.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
at all hours.
N'O rifiB FOR PriSLlCATI O X
Land Onice, rlooinintnn. Xol Nov. 1. 1??4.
"VTotif i1 hfivhv uiwn that the followinc
1N nanifd settler has filed nonce of hiMnti-n-tion
to make filial iirotifin support of ht.clafiu,
and that said pnxif will be made before the
clerk of court of Welwter eount. at Rod Cloud.
Xebnika, onSatnnlav. DeeamberiTth. 1SS4. vu:
.1011 K. lUSi.
on nre-omntlon I) S xo $. for the E 4 of X E
4.ntnlE4 of SK4 ofj-ec 14. Tp 1 north of
range Kwst. He names the follow inji witness
es to prove hi oontinuoi iv.Mdcnee upon, ami
cultivation of. Miid land, viz: .John Kobinon.
Mas land Points. Alfred McCall, John Gardner,
all of Red Cloud, Xebnuka.
novl4dec2T S. W. SwiTzr.R, Regi-ter.
FINAL PROOF NUl'ICH
Land Office. Rloomington. Neb.. Oet. CO. ISM.
VIOT1CE IS IICKFHY GIVEX TILVT TilR
LN followinc: named ottler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that .aid proof will be made
before clerk of court of Webster county, at Keu
Cloud. Xeb. on Saturday. December 13. 1SS4. iz:
On homestead entry N"-. for the se l sec 2.
tp 2, north R 12 west. He names the followiu
witnesses to prove his continuous residence up
on and cultivation of said land. iz: Swnd I.ind
quist, Thoma. Anderson, Ole Hansen, Syh ester
II. Brooks, all of Red Cloud Neb.
12 S. W. SwrrzEH, Rejriwr.S
FINAL PROOF NOTICE
Land Office. Bloommgto-. eb.,Nov. 11. 18S4,
MOTICE IS 1IEKEUY GIVhX THAT THE
IN followim; naiiied settler has filed notice of
his intention to make Anal proof in support of
his claim, nnd tli.it said prf will be nunle be
fore clerk of court of Wcbter coimt: , Neb. at
Red Cloud, Ntb., on haturday, December HO,
1SS,Y:. ELIAS B, GQBLE.
D. S. entrr No. 7163, Tor the north-west quarter
sec JO, tp 1 , north R 1 1 w. He names the iollow
ins witnetses to prove his eontinuous residence
uiuni, and cultivation or said haul, viz: Joseph
Bennett. Howard Deisley, Richard D Jones.
Frank HufEer. all of Rod Cloud. Ncy.
aguJ ' g. W. SWiiZES.Eesacfin.
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'A yr V
Kt"'tm'"l'";i M ftr3pJ
And Read Those Few
Th epia cet obn ygoo
dsi sat He nr yCo oks
Hell as tli ela r gest
st odd nthe cit yo fre '
d Clo nda ndpro poses
tose Utli eniclie ap er
tli a nan yd mi gfir min
tli eva lie y. 1 11C hr ist
ma sgo o dsli eiiast he ;
fin ests to cki 11R e dO
lo udan ditis tli emost
For Every One Em
bracing all the very
Wagons for Boys,
"Wagons for Gils,
Come early and get
your choice of the
finest goods in
C. L, COTTING
SUCCESSOR TO A. LIKDLSY.
Js iMTw jroj&j-t-i t t -jr'y rvll pnrtis Aho arc In nood
VarnlshB, PcrfvSicr, Books Of all kinda, Albums, Autogmph Alb :roa
Stationclcry, Inks, Proprietary Mecilctxio , ar. I izi oleiiiit lino of
HOLIDAY GOODS, &c.
Will carry ono of tho heaviest stocka In tho valioy and proposao to soil
thorn at such lov." prices that all can afford to buy. Having had
years of experience in tho business ho foola warrnntod in
fjnarantoohikf tho bast yooda at Lovost Pricoa.
Your patronnyejroapoctfallj' Holkitl.
C. L. COTTING.
For the Fall Trade !
Everybody is Invited to call at
And see his large stock of
:r&r:--tS&:"5 Cc-f -CrC?r-pCp
Ij to is PallR Dress im m Mm
n. , o . -r-r.. j
jaaies nne unaerwtjar
ts !S THE "TIME TO BUY,
Cheapest House in the county and!
Largest stock to select from. j
Hen yono iysiD
Pianos, Organs, and
Sterling. Packard &
I-K-ishto inform tho people of Webster and adjoining counties that I
have opened a music store on Webster Avenue, opposite Piatt &
Fre63 Lumber yard where will bo found a supply of Organs, Pianos
andSevrinb machines, rhich will bo sold as cheap as can be bought
west of the rBi? Muddy," either for cash or for easy payments. Bofore
buying1 elsewhere call and see me.
The Bcysss' Gcidk is issued Sept.
and March, each year: 224 pages, Sx 11 1
inches, irith over 3,30O illusUTitions
a whole picture pallerv. Gives "Rbolesale
prices direct to conrmers on all goods for
personal or ffcv familj uie.
Tells hoTr to f order, and j
gives exact p? i ccs CT"
ervthiegjoa i j c drink,
cat, wear, or RS.p have fan
vrlth. These mS .invaluable
books contain information pleancd from
the markets of the world. We trill mall
a copy Free to any address upon receipt
of the postage 8 cents. Lei us luks
from yon. c Respectfully
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO
87 A SS9 WibMi JkTeaae. CUtu. Ut
To whom it may concern t Taken ira about
Oototer lt t$t. onES S'-K 2S.T .H to nest,
one black ro.v p5. about 12 UKititlui tM j;b
h!te l?t, vl.Ue strvakln Cat-e. ant! slil in ri?lit
ejjr. Ths owutr can have anie by proviiic pro
IHTtyand iwyinpall damages, irect dalaicd
will V !ipuved of at-nlinc to fciir.
W-5t u C, IL Jackson. Araboy. Neb.
rn - rn
rf K-i s- 1 yrT
S UUSj clSitS
.sr?vp?Jf $ r?2
irWicrtfVV - - "V - &
of Ladies' Cloaks,
& Paris Pianos.
J. S.. NOLL.
"VTOTICE IS HEKeKY
GIVKX. TflAT Ov
J.N the iM la.
Inv ol Norefabr l-t. tl- toBow-
itis: namotl j--r-?n Ert. f.Htforri. O. W ?rairt.
-V. WvJN. J'"i 1- Urowii zaJ Snarf FaJIcr,
hav!nra.-i-Mt-d thvnt-Ive trrifecr a a mr
j'jration f-rTle tranrtkjn ( n central hunter
(niaii" li. th- rountr ol Wbsirr. Xebraka,
;nlOkUi! atid csnl to t-c dxrfv rrrotdVd arfkir
Tlrat the nam- r ad corr'iratlon is THE
J'UH'LES LI miUl COMl'ANr.
The pritx-ipnl i!a: ol transactia it balneM
l at Towlt-s Webver conntv. Nbra.ka.
TuC tHMina of tbr coqrs:ion. thai! be the
:ranwriMHi of .i ?-neral lumfrr t'osuwo. aait
tbt biiytsc -;;t3C and druiinj snrmrrsllr in
Inmterau'i buiniin? iatrLJ".
TJir atnouu: ol it ca:.Ul sUx-fc L Two Tboo
and DoH.-r, to h nasd lr a. the !oni of Di-ret-i.-
Tac birb-J aisuant of iafcbte'Jnfv to trhleb
tut- corj rtt-a L tt n!,-t !:v-c!f : ,iy tiinc
sbaii nut ct! two-tbjrds of tb ;huI tvk.
The nr;wit:on to comHKncr on th- 2ltk ot
Nor-Jabrr, IMt. ana to totf-tinu- ia tit JauuAT
l?t. !. -,: tli .ai!:i3y I-i dlsoired at say
tirae after January X .ifvO, by a -vote of a ma
jority of the ftckholdcr al anr xrnkir or
apCTfial meeting tjtertuf.
The uiTairs of :Ih? cjrporaticn shall 1- orichie
, ted by a. board of Sic director elected by tic
tI 9 n n 17 fL9 v,
tf is u at u vty i
Grocerv rnd OueenswcB House
Ir H ?
s 52 ?
? g 9
Assortment in the city
Prices, the Very
B. F. FVUZER. :
"Honest Tea is the Best Policy. "
WSI. LETS '0K
l "k n r t
i 4?X CT3 ? 3lrn3r, f?Mii2C3 g m
CXij a I
Groceries. G,ucensware, &c. v
RiOici (yi'i - m-:hi;asKV"
Frci- 8cIjsTV lo of .111 I'nrt.i ijy.
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a s n
State Bank Block. Red CI oud.
Overcoats for Men and Boys.
Suits for Men and Boys.
Uoots & bnoes
Woolen and other Shirts
Gloves and Mittens
Fur Caps and Hats , &c.
Trunks and Satchels, Etc
The largest stock and bottom prices. All
goods warranted or money refunded if found
upon examination to be diflierent. As a
special inducement we offer buyers a chance
to win $5, $10 or $20 in gcocLs,
HAS OPENED UP A
And Boarding House,
ONE DOOR NORTH OP A. T. .STILLETS NEW LUX3E3i
First-class Boarding at Rtsonnblo Rates
' "Warm end Cold Meals at aH hours.
Amolo Accomodations for pL
I rcHpocjIlj- solicit the patroaa;?
cow uuua as wiaa ooa inoais or tooi?3J5sr. dob! ror tho p!
- DEALKilS IX
Pumps, Wind Mills, Well
And Everythizu? in our lias. 'Whezi
"Windmill lino it wia pay you. to
lowoat feed. Woric GtxiuriLntcd.,
v OFFICE Oc Third A.van, OpiosiU iOoerl
jr ebraska. Soot mu toja ua bor
L9 m I
r !. IN
P fl fe
Clothing Store, N
9&:&x-r-y,v v im m
of my old cuatoraors
sec ti. Our Si
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