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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1885)
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The Red Cloud Chief
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Harvest has begun. " The reapers
have come with their land harvest
horn, and the gledners joyful sing,
hold on to the plow, and weary not
now, for corn is almost done.
Luiac David has a new windmill in
in his pasture.
8 H Metcalf went to Burr Oak, Kan
last Monday morning.
Royal R Wicks has told his farm to
F H Goodrich 6T Wisconsin. Mr G has
been improving the house and will
move in about September I.
There will be eolony of young men
start Ticst from this place in about two
months. That's right, young men, go
.west and grow up wltb the country.
& IS Personette and H W Parkes will
"start ovjl with their thresher this week
They will commence their first job at
We have a lady visitor at our house,
arrived July 4. Came to stay, says
O G Roberts has four or five thorough-bred
bird pups for sale. Remem
ber, prairie chickens will soon be ripe.
Geary Richardson has retured from
his trip to Kansas, where he has been
engaged in selling nursery stock. lie
will remain at his father's until after
harvest, and we arc glad to have him
with us as he is a useful man in our
Eabbath school that i3 progressing so
nicely. 6ome talk of a Sunday-school
Rev Brown preaches to us ever four
weeks at J 1 . Rustic.
Harvesting on the hillside, harvest
ing in the valley, and we are pleased to
note the wheat and oat fields covered
with their golden colors.
F M Shular expects to fitart for his
old home in Iowa soon. We regret
the loss of an old settler and a stanch
neighbor. His friends in Iowa will re
joicojin his locating with them.
Perry Xorris has been on the sick
list ever since the Fourth. He is now
Father Norris just returned from a
visit in Clay county, where he has been
visiti.ig some of his children and
The big races at Guide Rock next
Saturday .promises to be a grand
W H Barcus is seen in the saddle
buying fat hogs.
Since Albert Horn lost his hand he
is playing farmer himself.
Miss Emma Barcus and Miss Ella
Shular are having holidays.
Samuel Bruner is ahead in the way
of small Iruit and large clover.
George Hagan's young nursery at
Guide Rock is ahead of anything we
have seen in the Valley.
Our immediate neighborhood has
seven young ladies who are taking les
sons in music from a gentlemen living
Eouth of the river. So you gee wo are
not goine to be left in the shade.
We noticed our old friend Father
Modlin, from Kansas, last Sabbath, we
always welcome him in our midst,
Mr Rend and wife are paying their
many friends here a visit. Ho is one
of Jewell county's farmers. We were
boys together. Miar and wife have
many friends on this side of tho river.
Tho farmers have all laid their corn
by till gathering time, and then they
all expect alargb crop. The small grain
never looked better. There is no doubt
but what we will have a large crop of
all kmds of grain and fruit iu abun
dance. There are large amounts of improve
ments being made this summer.
M C Williamson is going to build a
Homer Hayes is improving bis
tr farm and running a well augur.
Knutsonc is larming ou a large
Mr Comer has finished his fine resi
. debce and will build a barn.
Joseph Chambers is building a fine
. We were down at Cowles and were
surprised to see the large amount -of
improvements that has been made this
summer. Cowles will be a town of
some importance yet. We noticed
X. that the Nebraska Lumber Co has a
good stock of lumber, also tho People's
Lumber Co. We made some inquiries
as to how they sold lumber and found
that both yards sold cheaper than at
3i3 JJ Hill. The People's Lumber Co.
ells lower than any one else. We
- read the best paper in the county, The
P & CHlW And fail tr $Ua Ponnln'a T.nmk
Co. advized. They ought to adver-
i tise in TinXHiEF so the people of
f - Webster county'and adjoining counties
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' uuw mere is a iumoer co m
Cowles that is doing business on the
Why is it that the democrats rot a
man to run a paper for them in so
prosperous a town as Red Cloud that
did not have a thimble full of brains in
bis head." A man that will come into a
town and commence war with a good
newspaper like The Chief and call
the people dead beats and everything
eke that is disrespectful can not run a
paper very long. Let us have The
Cmxir and dwell in peace.
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Most of the farmers are done
ing corn in this vicinity
Harvest has begun. Small grain is
not so good as it was last year but will
make a good half crop.
A Mormon preached in our school
house last Sunday morning and even
ing. He said "Hell had the bottom
knocked out of it and was closed foi
repairs, do as you please boys there is
no danger nntil it ha? been repaired."
It is a shame for .people to listen to
such trash and the fellows that come
around preaching it had ought to be
egged out of the country.
The school picnic wan postponed on
account of rain, but we hope it will be
held in the near future.
Mr S W Hull now a resident of Kan
sas who used to reside in this neigh
borhood is here visiting friends and re
lations. Mr Post is not going to Arkansas
Sam Miller is cutting his oats with a
In an editorial on the insult to the
flag at Salt Lake City the St Louis
Post Dispatch says: "From the record
of former democratic administrations,
foreign poweas all know that an insult
to our flag is more liable to he resented
promptly and vigorously now than at
any time during the last twenty years."
It will be observed that the limit is
fixed at twenty years. Jusf prior to that
time there was a considerable period
during which the democratic party
itself was very actively rngaged in in
sulting the Hag of tho United States.
The above is rather pointed coming
as it does from a dispenser of govern
ment pap, the celebrated Dr Miller.
Chamberlin's colic cholera and dior
rhoea remedy never fails, and is pleas
ant and safe It is put in 25c 50 cent
and one dollar bottles. Sold by all
St Patbick's Pills cleanse the system
and regulate the system and howles.
They are the most pleasant, searching,
and mo3t reliable physic in use. They
are sugar coated. Sold at fifty cents a
box. or five boxes for one dollar by
M S Maksii has a good
Ladies will please not read the
si AJMof putf saipjvM auu uiiittd
vo Aq smv&Tt-q jo aans kj uvj noi ly.
poaj o) UMop apitidn jaded aqj iunj oj
Xiieouno uSnoua aauiAO 3011 (im saipwj
ouj alou a try ' :uauia)ua3 oj,
The highest market price in cash
paid for wool by I). M. Platt
We have a good assortment of fine
buggies and spring wagons in stock.
We think we can please you. .
Sfakogle & Son.
For the Ladle and Children.
I have received Rochester made
Ladies' shoes, also the Walker shoes
which are the best manufactured goods
in the United States. I will warrant
every pair perfect or no sale. Try
them. A. S. Marsh.
$50,000 to Loan.
The Nebraska and Kansas Farm
Loan company have plenty of money
to loan on real estate.
For the Men and Boys.
I have the Walker boots and shoes
and will giyo you warxanty
on vvery oair you buy. Try them.
A. S. Marsh.
Now is the time to get your bargains
on the 5 and 10c counters in hose, col
lars, buttons, handkerchiefs, napkins
and towels at Forrester's.
Itch and scratches of every kind
cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Usf no other. This
never fails. Sold by R R Sherer, drug
gist, Rsd Cloud. 22-ly
New arrival of fresh teas and coffee
Qiiestios. -Why does A. 8. Marsh
uell more dry goods than all the mer
chants in Red Cloud.
O. H. Maryatt make a specialty of
fine watch repairing and warrants all
New inyoice of parasols and sun
umbreHas at Marsh's. "
During the month of May every
thing in the line of silverware we will
sell at 35 per cent, discount.
Wrio;t A Wallace.
Violxx trimmings at Wrieht & Wal
Proclamation to the people of Red
Cloud and vicinity. All persons pur
chasing goods of Wright & Wallace
will save money.
New goods daily at Forrester's cheap
furniture store. Don't fail to examine
For cheap glassware and tinware go
tcfForrester's 5 and 10c counters, two
doors south of McFarland's.
Balbrioan hose-for ladies in endless
quantities at Mrs Newhouse's. 44tf
Violin, banjo and guitar strings at
Wright & Wallace's.
Large lineof gloves at Mrs New
house's. Call add see them. 44ti
Tremendous stock of lawns at Mrs
Newhouse's. Don't fail to see them.
Caught in the act. A man passing
hastily down Webster st yesterday
attracted the attention of everybody,
but his haste was soon explained, as
he was on his way to purchase bar
gains at Wright Wallace's.
New square shawls just arrived at
I don't claim the largest stock in the
state, but have plenty of fresh new
goods. The latest designs in everything
kept in a fisrt class jewelry establssh
menu O H Maryatt.
Harmonicas and all ssnall muaica
goods at Wright Wallace's.
Compare my prices with these of
other inns. I will save yea from lea
to twenty five per cent, on anvthing ia
j line. O. H. Martatt. -
Q,H. MARTATTia the reliable aneV
eaits jeweler of Re Ckt,
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BEST TONIC. ?
7hl medicine, corabinln; Iron with prrs
Vegetable tonics, cuicily ui roiai-letely
Care ftyvpetHrfst, IJInitton. WrakarM,
Impnn Blcro, MaJarUtCfeUU a Term,
It is an unmOlnr leraedj for Diseases of the
HMnrjm urd l.lrrr.
It U inrftiuable for Diseases peeulUr to
ffomm, anl all vho lead irdentary lives.
It docs no: injure the Uth, ctav: l.tadacber
produce constipation Uhrr Iran wieiiun do.
It enriches and purifies the Mood, stimulate
the appetite, aidi tbc assimilation of food, re-,-crcs
Heartburn and Urlching, and strength
en the muscles and nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers. Laasitcde, Lack of
Energy, Ac., it has no equal.
M9" The rennine has above trade tsark and
erased red lines en wrapper. Take no other.
sua- lr r qts rnmr.t. fo., atLTiaoat, a.
$50 REWARD $50
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CCO. "Th Wm Cats'
Ma. 092 wltiaca Aw.
Miner JJro. Ked ("oud. :eira-ka; A S Marsn
Ked Ctoud. Nebraska; A II Kalcy.
Wholesaled by ILiyniond l!rot & Co. Lincoln,
Nebraak'i; Harentves Kros.. Mnceln Xebntskn.
I'Axtan & Canngher. Omaha. Nebraska ;McCord
lirady & Co. Onialia Nnhra.ska.
Will make the s?a$on ot l.v."!. at the Home
YoungClydelsadark bay. wchth.s about 14o
noiiiiit., U lC't hands high and is live years old.
Ileisa horror niiiihtyh and action. lie was
ir:d bvan ImjiortedCijdesdale. Ills dam was
a Cleveland Itay.
TKI.MS ToMiItthetime.-". ilonev due when
uiare U known to he witli foal. I'erson.s parting
wltli march before foaling will be held for the in
surance money. I will not be reionsible lor
accidents that mav occur.
Chas R Bess
We. the undersigned CB Hiwfrtrd and OJM
Young, of the firm of llosfosd & Young, do tula
seventh day of July, by mutual consent, dissolve
partiiarshlp, the sala C li Hosford a5sumcs1 all
debts and accounts standing against Uie old
firm, and receives all stock and property,' live
stock, real estate, accounts, and whatever may
belong to the original firm, exclusive ot the
stork and accounts belonging to the fruit stand
which the sain O M Voting Ls to hold and oier
ate as his own. The said C R Hosford transfer
ring. all right and Interest in the said stand to
(! M Young who assumes all debts and liabili
ties, aim carries on the business of the stand.
ii M. YOU.NT,.
49-4w CIS. HnsroKD.
WRIGHT & WALLACE.
Is a bright hav stallion 8 years old, weighs 100
iHHind.s. He Is strongly hullt and at the same
U a good style horse with broad shoulders and
Itonv birs. WfU miKrlcd
rfclMCKEE Young Uexter's sire wits a full
bliXHi Huglish Dntft Horse, imported. His dam
was a Clydesdale mare.
Will make the season of 16R5 at Ked Cloud, and
will be fnun.. at the Holland House I.lvery stable
now owned by Ceo It Gate.
ThRilS To lnsure-8: mnneydaewhen mare
proves to be with foal. Care will br taken to pre
.ent accidents but I will not be responsible for
any that may occur.
All persons disposing of mares before foaling
will W. held for the use of the liorve. All mares
must be returned rvgularlv to the hore.
Wright &; Wallace's.
Of tho Dost makes at
Wright & Wallace
Final Proof Notice.
Land Office, HJocolngtou, Neb., Juac22.'"lW5.
NOTICE IS UEUEBT GIVES TIUT THR
following named iettler has fled notice of
Ids Intention to make hnal nroof In support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Judge, or In his .absence itoe chrk dis
trict court, Webster county, at Red Cloud, Neb ,
oa Saturday. Apgust 8. 1&5, viz:
on H'd entry number 5o, for the nw or lS-Mt
west. He names the following witness to prove
his continuoas residence upon and cuItlTatloa
of said land viz: Andrew J. Means. Charles S.
Palmer. Edwin .Metetlf, Edwin H. Falawr. all of
Red Clond. Neb.
George Btb!ey. who filed pre-eraptioB T) S No
433 on same land is hereby notified to appear at
same time and plac aad show cauae way proof
shoald not be allowed.
4T-6W S. W. SWITZER, Eegister.
Notica of Sale under Chattel Mort
NOTICE IS HEBEBV Gi"E THAT BY VI
tue ot a chattel mortgage dated on the eta
day of Ausust, tSS3.-.and durr Sled and recorded
la the office et the county cleric of Weteser
cetmty, Nebraska, oa the h day of Aacaat.
lSH.exected by J. Kaaer andE. J. AUcb. to
NtebeUa Sbepard Coaiiauiy, to aecare tke
lara. aa4 apau which there is mew 4m SMS aad
laterasCfrofa Aacwt ata 1MB, 4elaalt aa.vl;
Seen au4e la the paysaeat of said taa, taerr
fere I wiU aell the prauerty aaereia demcrtbed.
One NicaAlaa hepard Ce sepanUar, with
straw stacker, beits, aad aS AxtcresandaB aaw
yiiagei vKh or betagiaff to the saaae: aim
eae track wun aader saasc; alae ace Xtraalaa
Seepard 4 Go's snerier speed aorae tsawer
eoaVptete. with track wajroa aader aaatc wis
ta sweeas). nuafeUiic rada. fence rads, aad alt
lxtarcs aad aMBeadaites Hh or t rioijrtag to
taeaaiae.aSpobUe aacttoa at Use Lfoertj Pale
m Bed Ctoad, Wefeater eastatr. Nesraaka, the
ltf Aasaat, wss, at ese 'claek rstli
day. Chas. Wixnunr. Aactsaaec
Tkis Sttdayaf Jarjr, IMS.
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Square Dealing Clothing Store.
To save moving and to make room for the
largest stock ever brought to the Republi
can valley, we make the following re
reduction before removing into our new store
as follows: Suits sold and marked in plain
figures now at
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Other clothing' at eame rate. We keop tho Solz Boots and Shoes which
received tho Gold Modal at Now Orleans) for Best Goods.
C. WIENER Proprietor.
REED & HAWLEY,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Earing pwfcvsd &s Lcmber Tsrilatslj vwutl bj A. ?. Stmt, vs trt
GOISI& TO SEXtl LUMBER H7AR
OR NO WAR.
ALWAYS SEE US BEF OE BUYhC
City Bakery and Restaurant
A. LAT7TERBACH, Prop.
RED CLOUD. .-- NEBRASKA.
Keeps constantly on hand
Fresh Bread. Cakes, Cigars. Tobao-
OoBfecttonery, Ac Bread dellvernd to any part of tha city.
Warm and cold meals served at all hours. Ioe Cream and Oysters
YVeb ster Count v
Chas. F. Gather. Proprietor.
Complete and only set of Abstract
books in the county.
oi'Titisto'an laada of
SHORT KOTICB at
Real Estate bought and sold.
Insurance in solid companies.
Isms bi Seel JEmtmtm sum! tAaitel
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QITY pMUO gTOBE
FERGUSON & GO,,
Successors to JR. B. Sherer
All the old patron of the City Drag Store are cordially lnrited to
oontlnua their patronage aa heretofore, we shall eorfeaTor to
pleaae you. Oar stock of everything that pertains to the
drug trade will bakept up to tha .
HIGHEST STANDARD OF KXCELLEXCK
We ahall have new announcement to make ace i
and new stock to exhibit
hiafoekcroatcxaIullaa4copM!lBeof Nursery' eHsCatfof
Apples, Crabs, Cherries,
Good assortment small fruits, &c.
All o! a hlch I lnlte tcr !traU.m RrUla rtmr ardr od hT a cttinatsHi uiec sve n la.
llippltiK- Hrujrinler ha j 35 d ffrnrnt rarM-Ut ltc)udtns .miow if t- fertd a tarty .
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A. A. POPE,
Bu cl: eye Do wn But der,
Buckeye Elevator Binder f
Buckeye Table Bake Reaper,
jDUi'iieye jwiiii uoirer,
lfuno Harvester and Binder,
J. I. Case Threshing Machine
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The leading merchant of Bed Cloud an
A fall line of choice
Dress Goods. Novelties. Summer Shawl
Parasols. Fans, White Goods, Laoes,
Laws. Embroideries, etc
These goods will be sold almost at your o
prices. Am bound
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