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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1888)
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oots and Shoes
House in the country.
Our stock of other goods such as Furnishing Goods, Hats, &c, we will give
vou better values at less prices tlian ever Deiore. jucmeuiuer j. imy
:li nr.ia FOU CASH, PAi' SO KENT, and can afford to
Sell ycu goods at BOTTOM PRICES.
tleac to investigate for yourself, look us over and if we can not convince
you, you will only be out a little time.
j C. WIENER, Proprietor.
" Red Cloud and Wymore.
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Latins Gas always on hand
C. L. COTTING
Will WMimrt your pprscril.tions awl receipts accurately
C L COTTING
WiU 4'O'v vouilu- finest ami latest patterns of wall paper
imi irdow shades in the market andj guarantee pnees
C L COTTING
will cli on mixed paints tinted leads oils brushes et and
V ' vranant them m
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has a complete. of boontnd fancy ods.
C L C01TING
will treat all alike, and be giaa
Thrt.ire in v:mt of madiir.er of any kind liiiesjjring
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tillil ' . good
rr, nta-fct cL-ifiFKacliijia'of any kind, will find it
il2tU ' . tkeu -advantage to call on ns. ' ,
- n J- rvaii new, ne sccovj iian r curried ovr goods.
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Sell you the best $o Man's Suit, in all sizes
New goods jasc received. Will
The Lest S3 Man's Suit in all sizes, ever offerA
ed in this niajket. "Will sell you
Men's Suits !
For $7.f0 that takes the shine out of every
thing For Style and Quality.
Will sell you a better suit at $10 than you can
buy elsewhere at $12. Our $12 suits are
claimed by all that have bought them
to be the best value
That has ever been Offered
Them. We arc selling
as Cheap as any
nerv -f rltr NERD15WA.
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office work a Specialty
to siio t u ,uouj
our iroorls before bixyiiu
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WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB. FFSDAY
ghe ed $hud Mef.
' . V. HOSJIER,
Jim Smith is in the city.
Mr. Wm. Ducker is on the sick
Ed. Cook has gone out west and
will locate there.
G. S. Albright, of Superior, wa in
the city Tue.-day.
Dr. Tullcys is rutting up awnings
in front of his office.
The B. & M. pay car parsed through
the city Sunday evening.
Potiuater Shelley, of Kansas City,
was in the city Tuesday.
F. V. Taylor has put a '-handsome"
fence around his property.
For the mother's friend, hoy's shirt
waist go to the (I olden Eagle.
3Irs. McBride will hereafter re
ceive a pension from the government.
(). II. Maryatt :nd wife left Tues
day for Manitou Springs, their future
A tine line of nieuV and j'ouths suits
at a-toniihing low prices atthe Golden
Kev. Davis returned from Hastings
Friday evening to pend Sunday with
Mrs. F. 11. Hoge left Monday
for a tTO weeks visit with friends and
relatives in Iowa.
Boots and Shoes were never sold at
SHch remarkable low prices a& at pres
ent at the Golden Eagle.
When John Tomlinson gets the
new road to the bridge finished it will
be a splendid drive to the river.
H. E. Sanford har, sold his place to
Mrs. Mosher and leaves Monday for
future hoJic Del Norte, Colorado.
The Golden Eagle carries more hats
than several other stores combined at
price.that will gladen your heart'.
C. E. Webb leaves for Chicago in
the morning. During his absence
Joe Warner will run the Tank Lino.
It is to be hoped that the Nebraska
Southern will commence work soon
on their line from this city to Super
ior. Bible studies at the Baptist church
Friday evening at S o'clock. Sub
ject: Jesus in Gethsuiianc. All arc
invited to attend.
Bev. Geo O. Yciscr will preach
next Snnday morning and evening at
the Baptist church. Sundav school
after morning sorvice.
C. E. Kimball, the polite and ver
satile Express Me-engcr on the B. &
M. left Wednesday morning for the
east. Bumor says that he gor- to
take a companion for life.
Frank Dickerson. our popular rcs
taurnnter, is fitting up the interior of
his restaurant in handsome style and
will in the future set regular moals.
l)i'k is a rustler and wc wish him
1). F. Parker ha arrived home from
the wc-t. He brought witn.Inci many .
t... dro.tidies of tin ur-at west which I
iir" at west which I
he will be vle.isp.lto exhibit to hi-
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friends, among which is the "Slccpinc: !
Bcautv." the greatest effort oi Ins
Ui the Daily Chief suspended? It
been a"e since we Have seen a
eo;v. sias o'ir suus-ijji.nji uximiu
:'Gergc?" Blue Hill Leader.
No "Gcorire." your subscription i
pvA way ahead, and tlie Daily still
lr aw: SJV .CT ZiU, ions bli. IB.
T , Llv tJ e2J lunces -c.Li to bo . for the nom-
md.rcrcnJ rail,u this d ..ui , juncts c.L .,
hi c - J . v.t . . ination. v
livr-sandis jretttiiir there slow i.ut
Subscribe for the Wkekly Chief,
F. B. Hoge is in Oberlin on business.
Mrs. K. Skeen was in Guide Bock !
A. n. Brown was in Almena, Kan.,
Curt Evan's new Steam Laundry
opened up Monday.
Children. fcuit from !Mlct. and u
wards at the Golden Eagle.
Bcv. Geo. Hummell returned from
Superior Thursday morning.
The farmers are feeling happy over
the rains of the past few days.
P. A. Hansen moved Superior this
week where he will start a laundry.
Ira Sleeper was in Superior Wed
nesday. He returned this morning.
The Bed Cloud Tank Line will fur
nish you with coal oil or gasoline.
Major Holland had two fine horses
badly cut on a barb wire fence Wednes
day. The B. & M. distributes about
$0,080 monthly for labor in Bed
The new electric lights ordered
will be put up just as soon as the
M. H. 'Warner, our ity marshall,
is stepping very high these days. All
because it is a new baby bo-.
Mrs. Win. Parkcs goes to Norton
this week on a visit. Will is already
beginning to feel uuhappy.
One pair boy's knee pants and one
boy's shirt waist in sizes from 4 to 10
years at 50 cents for the two at the
Quarterly meeting will be conduct
ed next Sabbath at the M. E. church,
by ltev. W. B. Jones, the presiding
elder. Sacrament wi.l be adminis
tered. Every effort should be made to ob
serve Decoration Day ceremonies in
proper shape. The people of the en
tire county should be invited to par
ticipate in the ceremony.
Mr. Miller, the carriage manufac
turer of New York is in the city again
having traveled over considerable
western territory. He says there is
no place that uits him better than
'Don't kill the birds, the little birds,
that sing about your door.' This in
junction wc hope will be instilled into
the "Young Americas" that are now
coming up to manhood. It is a shame
to wantonly de.-tioy tho lives of the
little birds for the fun of the thing.
The Missouri Pacific is among the
leading i ail way systems of the coun
tiv and is stretching its lines all over
the continent. In a few months
more it will be running into Bed
Clond,' a coiisuiuation that our peop'r
devoutlv look for. This M. P. his
about 7.000 miles of road under its i
The western river like all others
rets on a tear sometimes. The other j
c!.-v the Benuulican "Rot full" and
began io paint the bottom land a .
luuni,onu j,uc -n,i s-iv.ad itself ae
.w ti. mill if. Mt n
i-ifi iLiiy. .. .v- - . .. ..
. .-,.,, lt ll!ld t0 cut a new '
K l t i 1 . --
t'ia.,.a t0 run ;n causing the pro-j
pr:P6crs 0f ,,, ,iii to refl-et srious-!
ly when the .: n" tLing) went out.
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Hti.. T. S.Dew, of Jt hnson conn-,
tv ? a candidate for commissioner of j
PubHc Lands and Uuihiing-. Mr. '
Dew w-s, a member of the lower house
of tno state iwslaturc in '81, served
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MAY 48. 1888-
Bed Cloud is booming:
Dr. Dillard went to Chicago Thurs
day. Judge Swoey h home again from
Frank Sleeper was in Superior
Dave Kaley returned Friday from
B. F. Mizer is putting city water
in his residence.
J. 1 1 Shugart, of Guide ock, was
m the city Wednesday.
Ed. Smith, of Norton. Kansas,
spent Sunday in the city.
J. L. Miller and wife went to Ind
iana on a visit Thursday.
P. A. Wells, of Blue Hill, was in
the city Sunday evening.
Mrs Epperson has returned from
a week's visit in Fairbury.
Seed com and potatoes at the city
feed .-tore opo-ite P. O. 3t w-tf
John Tomlinson has the contract
for filling in the washout at the mill.
The Chief office ha. been crowded
with job work for the last few week".
A brother of Dr. Dillard is in the
rity visiting at Bev. Geo. O. Ycier's.
Mr. Chas. Potter nd Miss May
Beal will leave Mondav for a visit in
P. A. Hansen has moved to Sup
erior where he will engage in the
Mesdames H. B . Cather and C. W.
Kaley will start for an extended visit
in Ohio on next Tuesday.
Webster street will begiaded up to
the street car track jus, as soon as
the city scrapers get here.
"Coal oil Joseph" is the way they
call Joe Warner nowa-days since he
became temporary manager of the
Bed Cloud Tank Line.
The street car trac' is about all
ballasted now and ready for the cars
as soon as the? arrive. Thus our
fame i shed abroad over the land as
the rising city of western Nebraska.
The street lights failed to material
ize lat evening. Owing to the wash
out in the river the dynamo could "ot
be rti:s Mifliciently to make the lights
shine. The company should put in
Arc wc going to have the eigle
-cream on the 4th. Let's have a big
timn on Independence Day if we can't
have anything else. We ought to
glorify at least. If commenced now
a royal time could be indulged in.
(Jot un. stir up. jump up. any way to
get up a big 4th of July celebration.
The Ladies Aid Society of thi
city, formed for the purpose of aiding
Luc poor and destitute of Bel Cloud
n:.:J'- their report this week as fol
;,lV.s They have helped HO families.
Paid out over ?1U iar coal ami provision-,
besides clothing and bedding
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nmiisueu. j-c ..i- -- .v
congratulated on tneir generoM... am,
cs in relieving the needy I
and di-trcssed of our city. The ladies
m not be given too much, croilit lor
th-ir philanthropic work in the city. ,
'c hMcbv acknowledge the sincere
j.-,na,lt.5, 0f th fri'nils who contribu-
tr( to tiL. .s,:cccss of the gathering i
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it tnc pareoas '" K"-U"'s- AI1U
genuine friendship evinced, is by us
heartily recipr.-cated. Tmrty-Svc
dollars was t adcrod as : 'donation, in
fact, with a fifteen doikr favor con- j
fril.iifod earlier in the day. wo are
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richer, besides much . true
friendship, by fifty dollars.
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THE MODERN WOODMEN.
A Largo Camp Organized Last
On Wednesday evening Deputy
Head Counsul of the Modern Wood
men of America instituted Bed Cloud
Camp at the Knights of Pythias hall,
with the following members: Mc
Keeby, Cather, Story, Brubacher,
Perkins, Albright. Miller, Cotting,
Taylor, Howard, Fisher. Bickards,
Hosmer, Brown, Fort, Wallace, Ycis
er. Bradbrook, Thornburg, Whitson,
Houghton. Palmer, Warner. After
the iniation of the candidates the fol
lowing officers were elected:
Venerable Counsul C. F. Cather.
iVorthy Adviser A. H. Brown.
rjClerk E. M. Perkins;
Excellent Banker. B. D. Y'eiser.
Escort. J. C. Warner.
Watchman. Wright Thornburg.
Sentry. A. C. Hosmer.
Camp Physiciau. Dr. G. E. Mc
Keeby. Board of Managers. C. F. Cather,
J. L. Miller, C L. Cotting.
Delegate to Head Camp. C. F.
Cather; alternate, L. H. Wallace.
The camp 8 tarts out in splendid
shape and if the neighbors hew to the
lini: there is no reason why the young
sapling should not grow to be a great
JEE3IS GUT THEBE.
Hun JatucM Laird Nominated hj
At the congressional convention at
Hastings on the 14th, the republican
delegates of the ."Big Second" nomin
ated the Hon. James Laird as his own
successor to congress by acclamation.
He will receive the hearty support of
the republicans of the district. The
convention was very harmonious .
Hon. James McNeny, of thi city,
was elected as a presidential elector
by the convention .
The Western and Southern Mercan
tile Association of Kansas City, has
succeeded the well-known dry goods
and grocery house of M. B. Ma-on &
f'o.of this eitj. and our obi friend
Cht. SchaiTuit, has been appointed
le-ident manager. The --selection of
?ir. Sehaffnit as manager by the eon:
ji.:iiy was a stroke of good policy a he
is A No. 1 div
man anu wi
do the firm credit in this city. We
predict that the business of tl-e firm
will be largely increa-e.l under his
eak'i i.t management.
Wo chronicle the incomi:!!: of
a new firm in this city. Beyo c"c Dorr .
who have been doing a lucrative ding
bu-ino-s hao dissolved partnership,
and henceforth L. If. Devo will u:u
the business individually. The Chief
is sorry to loose Mr. Doir from among
our business eh-eles. but wi-hes him
success whercve. he may locate. Mr.
L'eyo. the new proprietor i- a su'itb
ninii of uature knowledge a- a hr-
mat-i-t. and. we lje-.iv.i
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wiue range oi buptiie: -. i.ni-i.i-titpfl-itan
sheet give.- Mr. Dyco a frei;diy
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shake and bespeaks .tor him success.
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t. rt. for 3. 2. 3, 4,5,Ji.-or 7 years.
Ttest payable annually-or semi-.:
unaHv and, principal payable a1! or in
:!alimeiit6 fit any interest pay day.
Thec tenas ougM -to suit mest
aiiyb.Iy Call or address me at
Bed Clcadeb, Oinco in north end
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