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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1886)
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S and OILS
elsewhere, we arc Bta-
far all kinds oi
Just rei6lv;ct a flue quftlltjr
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illogg & Co.
John Youxg ia borne firoai Chicago
Palhek Way wm in tbe -city thu
Tue public tchool will commence 1 week,
next week. tiD tho Kcd Cioutl Xalioiw! Vnk
M. R. BefTlxr was iu Bloomiugton
V. RouiSHO lost 3) wi Vid'f
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money on improved farm
fcan pay up the deot at the
aranu cut on me interest
up the debt in .
Oods oif latest stv1rt;'nnH of all riimlitips.
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gnces which will tllease all who are in ,
need of any ot these goods.
ispe'ctfully iuvite ail 1 3 eive us aVca!! at
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CWieser, of the Golden Eiglc, is
Mrs. A. T. Oiouby and Misi Cone
were visilinjin Denver tliia week.
Thki:e will be preaching at the Bap-
tist Church next Sunday at 1 1 a: tn.
Wm. Flours has proved up on hu
homestead in thU county and is now
D. F. Scammo.v w again at his head
quarters aa janitor of the public
We understand that A. U. Decker
and family will move to Atchison in
the near future.
J. W. Buhtis had A fine horse in
jured the other day ho seriously that
he had to kill it.
W. B. Uoiiy ban purchased the cor
ner lot south of the Congregational
Church, fasicg on Cedar street.
Clixe fc Sxuoup have come out with
a fine ixaw coach and baggage wagon
manufactured by Sleeper & Sons.
The city council have passed an
ordinance prohibiting children from
jumping on and off of the trains at the
""3ake Selmius received a vcrv serious
Cent Farm Loon. injury on the baud in Lindsov's butch-
kska Farm Loan Co. "Ucr shop last Saturday., His baud was
Ia loan on you farm at i-- S
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ftCTASiMHasicr way than to leave
the wo OKount corning due, all in a
chuaK JSZilt your own interest and
nakewt ijiSarm loans at the best
terattBcjmBrseif and you will get the
btti wrmm mv oflicc.
I mm G.W. Barker.
1 IljflCIoud Markets.
ler cent and furnish the
ut any delay. Call on
i Bed Cloud National Bank
to Now Quarters Just
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liii we liave at . &REAT EXIlNSEprocured for the Sr
llf. fitting qt Spectadl to all . - " .. t &
and the American Farmer
$1.50. This is a rare bar-
thoso who desire to get a
Don C for'ct it. Lome
;nds, and give us your
lew houses arc being built
kd's ucwfhousc is about
tley bought another farm
aying $2,500 for it.
four citizens are taking in
.it Crand island this week
kv aiiAjfifc are at home
a sttori i sojourn in can-
ouwoktii, living north of
ue of the prettiest farms iu
Sleepeiw' ciirriage works turn out
some of the finest pluctons that we
have ever seen west of tho Mississippi.
They do fine work.
The dirt from the Moon buildings is
being put in frout of O. II. Maryatt's
and Iiss Ferris' residences. A much
We hope the council will not forge
that Bed Cloud should have street
lamps. No city is complete unless its
streets are well lighted.
There will bo a match game of bsiso
ball this (Friday) afternoon, on the
grounds west of the Episcopal church,
between the home team and the first
nine of Guide Bock.
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I- v -t.Ji.ii?f jui liiu mat' oi
months employed in the Bed Clou
Boiler Mills, left Monday for Oberlin;
Kansas, where goes to take charge of a
feed store for that compauy.
AthoW & qvsg. our cntjrjuising
Chicago .Store proprietow, have fitted
their store up with a railway
cash system, it will be worth vour
J. L. Kaley was in the east part of
t ho state this week,
3Irs. Leavitt is at Grand Island at
tending the reunion.
J. II. Smith is again in the city after
a brief visit to Xorton.
W. AV. Gilbert is again at the bar
ber business in Bed Cloud.
Material U being put upon tho
ground for the Moon block,
A very heavy rain on Tuesday, with
quite a change in the weather.
F. A. Beaciiv has returned home
from his extended trip to tho east.
J. G. McDuffee, of Osborne county,
Kansas, was in the city this week.
A LARfiE number of railway scrapers
passed through Bed Cloud Saturday.
Call at tho First National Bank for
8J per cent, interest farm loans. 3tf
The circus (yes that's what it was
said to be) was in the city Wednesday.
Will Jackson and wife, of Colorado,
arc in-the city visiting their parents.
L, If. Wallace- and Tom Ferris
were out on a hunting tour this week.
Mrs. Dr. McKeeuy and children
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Don't fail to see the street parade by
tho Georgia silver cornet band, next
Mrs. Geo: Young
parents in Biverton.
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CHICA Gr O
U visiting her
CJeorgo id now a
dations have been co
he middle block. TliiVe
skins, brother of L. II.
proved up on bis claim
nd will return to Nebras-
n, t.vo oi
while to call and sco the
JyCiTY Kn'uixkeu Anpliwon is labor
'O'Y ing bard to geL the limits surveyed in
order to take in more lorritirr When
YhirtrdoneTtCfT-rOTuTwhll be a mile
and a half square. Let us all boom
and bo happy.
.SoMEsneak thief attempted to steal
the mattresses belonging to tho two
Frenchmen who sleep in,the old Chick
unty's citizens, were takoiU0jnSiy7nnl5vei Ices scared the mid-
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rood mileh cow for sale.
fresh. Just the cow for
timr a family cow. Inquire
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n, Kans. c wish the
ctley has purchased tho
jerty just south of Tin:
t, occupied by W. Hough-
Tnos. L. Sexton, of Seward,
preach in the Presbyterian
xt Sunday morning. Ser
c evening as usual.
night robber. away until, the marshal
II. H. Waldo, of Franklin, bought a
fine buggy of Sleeper & Sons one dav
Bollo Shuoart, oi Guide Bock, has
taken a position wkh J. .1. Dusker &
Co., of this city.
Mrs. Theodore Tayi.ok. wim ).
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uecn sunermg lor several weeks died
rfnfladies' Baptist II. M. ociety
will meet Tuesday,.Scpt. 7, at ! o'clock
with Mrs. Ferkius.
Dr. SIcKeery was in consultation at
Oxford Thursday, for which place he
left Thursday morning.
Mrs. Vinton Whitkhurst. of Bcioit,
Kansas,, is visiting her sister, 31 rs.
Cupp, and other friends.
e are indebted to Mr. Sam Smith
living three milc3 north of tho citv for
' A new base ball club has been or
ganized in this city. The old club has
disbanded and is no more.
.MR. .Moon will be hero on the I0th.
The Chief hopes he will conclude to
build on the entire eight lot..
Frank Taylor and wife will move
next week into the C: W. Kaley prop
erty in the north end of town.
Mrs. 31. Bekh and Klht Lewis, of
Salina, Kansas, aio giiosfe of Mr.
Dwight Jones' faintly this week.
For BentTIio old Ciiih office
Bent reasonable. Apply to tho editor
of this paper. tf
The "Harvest Home" dance held
forth at tho rink Wednesday night
after the Mcirctinery" concluded its ex
hibition. The Georgia 3Iinstrels will hold forth
at the Opera House next Monday even
ing, i nis is gaut to he one or the best
OuHmmense new stock has arrived,
.bargains in the following.
Novelty Combination Suits.
Beaded Wool Suits,
Embroidered Wool Suitl,
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lie school of Bed Cloud wilbj to Arkansas to live, has returned to
Monthly Tho board hav J 'obaka,whero he will, slay iu the
at non-ti&font iintnU iniwP .future, j-rtrkansaw has no charms for
ToTn. We don't blame himj but pco
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tuition fee in advance. -
lies of the Episcopal Church
sociable at tho residence of
ier, Friday, Sept. 3. Al) are
attend. Music by tho band.
lies' aid society will meet at
ice of 3Irs. Wallace this
frnoou. luyery momopx ot
y is urgently requested to be
the attention 6four readers
jlic sale of A. R. Binker, ad-
in another column. It is one
Tiva t c rs t oa! a 1 n. An t n f
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bfrey is the auctioneer.
:y Winfrey is crying nearly
minent stock sales m the
Charley i? a good auctioneer
rantees satisfaction or no pay
A. 11. Rmker's sale on the 8th
Martin's on the 9th.
John Tosjlixson, who for
?ars lived inf Red Cloudy and
one of thw oM laud marks,
it Alocdawmornmc to to grow
the country; he having located
teau and timber, claim in
county. TfcE Chief is sorry-
T, Mhu BKCioud. bat
ia( ne wii do well mnu wet-
. ffrf ha located
)C th"uik a grmt deal
Warren, for thcreaioa
hU life a4 .Bkie HflL
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could take care of the mattresses. , -SiP ,c ""'
i ir Wm mr ;..-i , .i.n lir. AicHENA haa struclcit rat. Jie lm
L.H. A LL.Ch received a Challenge r.,nilirliPii nnnnmtnil .,nl m.pnn
from the Alma bSse ball nine this out in Idaho, and usimrhis own words
week to nlav at Bed Clnuri nn Krir'nv ."it ia the softest iob ho ever bad."
Owing to the game with Guide Bock, ""J. E. M'cDonald, tho architect.has
thweannot bo had, but they will occmeu 10 iiiaKo jicuviouu nis niiuro
ri.ni,u. .,nnn, nn ,i. .i:-.,i x h.omc- lls wifc and family arrived in
l.v.r.vi fji,i uu mi. iiiaiuuuu nuic
day next week.
The ifirt is being taken out for the
basements of tho Moon block. IF. A.
Watson is doing the job. Ten brick
store rooms is not so bad for one
season. So matter what people may
think or say Red Cloud is going to be
n city if enterprising people will make
t Tom Poyner. who sold out and went
pie will get fooled some times an
move out of the best sta'e in the Uh
ion, only to return after a brief ab
sence. '"They were strargers and they took
us in" is what the Red Cloud boys
said after the game of ball on last Fri
day between the Red Cloud team and
the Bloominglon boys. The score
stood, Bloomington 25, Red Cloud 20.
The boys did uoor playing en both
sides which caused the scores to run
The Chief has the fiaest display of
job type in the valley. People want
ing work done will do well to call at
these steam headquarters. We are
bound to please in good work, quick
work, and low prices. Always see u
before pliciug yourordew. Call on
us at our new quarters, just south o!
Sleeper' Carnage Works.
Considerable gessip u jot now iu
dulged in oyer who will be or candi
dates for represculittvea, at the coming
county convention. hear cfnuui-
eroos names, amooff whom are A. J.
Kennev, I. B.Hiutptoo,Dr. Schenck,
X.LHMer,G.ILC!iw, C G. Wil
son IX P. Newcxmer, aad several ota
era whoee caana we hte BegtecC! to
cvesiag C. S.
arriTal it their
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Hhc-city Tuesday nighU-yo are glad
that he has so decided.
The large bills are out for tho coun
ty fair, which takes place October 12 io
15. The prospects are now that the
14th annual fair will be. the most suc
cessful one ever held in tho county.
Coming! Tho famous Georgia 3Iin
strcis will give one performance at tho
opera houso next Monday evening.
Our exchanges apeak very highly of
their performances. Admission 50 cts
to all parts of the house. Scats secured
at the City Pharmacy without extra
ev. J. G. Aikma.v. who has preach
ed to the Congregational society for
fifteen months, has closed his labors
here and left .for other fields. Mr.
ifctkmaTf waiTan ab'e scholar and a
man who did not fear to. apeak hi con-,
yiction?, whenever or wherever he had
occasion to do so. He was certainly
an able divine.
At but the three tory print shop of
The Chief has been moved from it old
stamping grounds to new quarters on
the eat side of the street. The old
building has een years of service,, and
if it could speak "would unfold many
a Ulc." "Let ua all arise and be faith
ful" while the editor plants another
brickf"cta, for future greatness.
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Tricots.and Dress Flannelsi
Medium Dress Goods.
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Gloves Flannels, Blankets,,
Hosier and CJndenvear
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Grades than anv hovsr
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