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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1889)
WE MAKE NO BONES OF FT
f fe Ifr ffcj iiif.
That oar success is due to the
received in the last six jears and to keep the eastern of the past, we will
continue to sell yon good goods at lowest prices, nereauer. naming
nd being able to use large quantities for our
STORES, have been able to close out some large
.tMlOSSn. . . Iirirlrtor
m w W
it mm low
THK BAY NA!HK.
The OM Mlilrn Keualea -will take
place at Red 4'Ieaa, Me at car
ter 17, IK, laa30.
Prices Knocked Ouf
For the next 60 days.
S. F. SPOKESFIELD
Which we arc willine to
the benefit of. This is no advertising
dodge, but have
Good Bargains I
To oiler you in all our departments
IN Miperlor excellence prmen in millions of
ionics tor more than a qu:irtor of a century. It
is uswl ly the United siat,, i.nvrmm..ii, iAk
doredliy ilie heads of the jn-eat unherel'iei
if? ffe- Wro.n"'t. lin.st.ano most Healthful.
Dr. 1'rices Creuin Baking Powder iloes not con
tain anioiiia, linie. or alum, hold only in cam.
PKICK BAKING POWUKlt CO.
KEW VOBK. CHKACO. ST.UICI.
Bastlcd by Oar Alert Report!, aad
Prepared for Oar Reader.
Being able to buy goods where they
are offered the cheapest to us, we
are not forced to buy where our
credit if good,
We -an therefore give you many advantages over others
who re not so lucky. Our bargain are not only
in the ClothluKliae, but our
Look on the last page for city news.
J. II. Smith ras in the city this
BOOTS AND SHOES
Arc narked ery low. Kemeuiber we sell Ike elz shoes
The Cock and Bull Stories
Of some Conscienceleec Dealers bring us new customers daily
If anything from this house isn't right come
to us and we'll MAKE IT RIGH T.
RED CLOUD. WYMORE.
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H. CLARKE President, Albany, N.Y.. J. A. TULLBY, ' Vice-President
Robt. V. 8HTREY, Treasurer.
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FAFvM yiM CO
PAID UP CAPI1AL,$50,000.
Red Cloud, Neb. Albany, New York.
H. Clarke, Albany.. New York Geo R. Bench, BalstonSpa N.Y.
W. H. Robeson, Albany, N. Y. E. 8. Francis, Pittsfield, i a
B.V.8hirey D.M.Piatt E. I'. Hitsbland. J. A. Tulleys BI.B.M.Nit
On improved farms in AiebraKaaud' Knnpas. Money furnished as soon as the
security is approved. Principal and interest payable in Red Cloud
TI1K SECONa OISTHICT.
ing opportunity now offered
to secure your
and other school supplies
while the stock is
The Hasting Nebraakan hears it stated
confidently that "either Ben Cowdrer dep
ot secretary of state, or Smith T. Cald
well, etato oil inpsector, would be appoint-
ea vj tne goremor to succeed laws is
the state capital, and that would create
another vacancy to b filled. It is easy
to see, therefore, tnatthu line of success
Ion would personally interest a number
of individuals ambitions to get office, and
enlist cortain aid in behalf of Mr. Laws."
you that this is the time to'
felect from the finest line
liner of sclool tablets
4n the citv-
rVorral la tae Bare.
The Seward Reporter is glad to know
that its townsman, Ben'or Norral, is con
sidered a strong possibility in the con
gressional race. 'fo man," it says, "in
the diet riot is better qualified for the po
sition. He lies ability unsurpassed by
any of those in the field, -his personal
habits and integrity are spotless, and his
popularity is tory great all over the dis
trict. In fact, the talk of his being a can
didate came from his friends away from
home, before the people of 8eward had re
covered from the shock of Mr, Laird's
death enough to think of who should bo
1 his successor."
C. L. COTTING.
Aa Able JVaa.
The Garfield County Quaver belief ea
that 'Hon. N. Y. Harlan, of York, will
undoubtedly be the next congressman
from tha Second Nebraska districts Har-
Ism ao aisVTat ta9 U ft. a. &...
DtUggist and BookSSller. Jtiostato inthoaaUs of congress."
School books and tablets at Cot
ting's. The Kindergarten school building
is almost finished.
Mrs. Adam Morhart, and her son
George, arc visiting in Omaha this
Mr. Thos. Kllam, of Council Bluffs,
is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Kd.
O. P. Smith, formerly a clerk in
Henry Cook's drug store is in the
Frank Rickerson and Mary J.
Campbell were married Thursday
morning, Sept. 5th, 1S89.
Mrs. E. S. McDowell of Fairfield,
Iowa, is spending a tew days with
her daughter Mrs. C. L. Funck of
Hon. Jas. McNeny and R. V.
Shirey, president of the First Nation
al bank avc returned from their
Featherly & Aultz dealers in new
cider, apples and peaches. Also
grape juice at 50 cents a gallon. In
Featherly building. no5-tf
Where are the promises of a stron"
administration, an honest administra
tion, a pure administration? Echo,
answers, Keeby, doefcy McKeeby.
J. C. Warner has been selected as
one of the Nebraska state delegates
to the Iowa state fair. J. C. is one
of the best fair men in the state.
The question now is, how much
does it take to go to Chicago and re
turn? Ask the board of trade, and
they will refer you to Keeby, docky
Hon. A. J. Kcnney, of Red Cloud,
as a sojourner in the Big Third, Wed
nesday remembered the Republican as
one of his many friends in Hastings.
Mr. Kenncy is one of the men that
recognises James JJ. McAeny as the
peer of all men named for successor
to Laird in Congress. Hasting Republican.
In another column the announce
ment of our friend Henrv C. Scott
appears, which was handed in to us
by intereitsd friends, who desire to
see him nominated again for the oSee
of pheriff. There are tern men who
have filled the office better than he,
or equal to him. fe is careful and
accommodating, and always ready to
do his duty without fear or favor. It
would be extremely doubtful if a bet
ter man could be found for that oflice
in Webster county. Tnx Chief be
lieves that he will receive the nomine
tion without a dissenting vote.
In this issue of Tns Chiev we take
pleasure in announcing the name of
our old friend Samuel West, for coun
ty judge. Mr. West has lived in Red
Cloud, lo, these many years and is
known to all of our people as a good,
honorable, stiaightforward man, felly
competent to administer the affaire of
county judge id a manner tl.at will be
satisfactory to the people of Webster
eounty. lie has been Justiee of the
Peace for several year and otherwise
understands the duties and necessities
of that responsible office. He certain
The members of Garfield Post No
30. G. A. it. hvi boon nuking ar
rangements in conjunction with the
board of control of the dixtrict com- j
posed of Nackrll, Webster, Frank
lin, Smith and Jewell counties, for
holding the annual reunion, which
will take place in Red Cloud. Septem
ber 17, 18, It! and 20, 1889. Thin
will be one of the grandest events in
the history of this portion of the west
and hundreds of old soldiers will be
present. Kverybody make arrange
ments to attend one or more days.
Prominent speakers will be present
from both Kansas and Nebraska.
Don't forget the dates.
Farmers, what are you doing to
wards making the coming fair a
success? The officials are makiag
every endeavor to make it profitable
to you ard you in turn should show
your interest in bringing the best ycu
have to show your neighbors and
citizens just what you have done.
God has blessed the land with a noun-
tuui crop tnis year, and tnere is no
reason why the annual fair might not
w". fev iwuvid nvva. w
rejoicing. Make your arrangements
to come in during the entire four days
with your best productions, both of
the field and pasture, and above all
bring your wife and children. They
need the vacation, the change from
the daily hum drum of hard work and
it will make them better contented
with their lives, to see what other are
doing, to gain information such as is
afforded at an exhibition of this kind,
than they would otherwise be. But
unless you do your pait the
matter will prove a failure and
the society's officers will not be the
ones to blame. Shall the fair be a
to Miller-Cottinof B
Two doors south of hie former store, and fill roi 11 you
goods very low
His stock will be much larger than heritor.- -
will be glad to see his friends at his
S. F. SPOKF V '
MillerCotting Block, 2 doors south of old stT.'t
Tne '-Juckamule'' editor of the
big 8" turns en his mournful lay in
another direction last week, and pour
his venom out in large and small quan
tities. The fellows whom he smears
with his vials of wrath are the same
fellows who refuse to follow wheii t-.v
whistles, people who are ashamed te
be caught in his unholy outfit's com
pany. Docky, you and your crowd
may be as ''meek as Moses" but you
will never reach the promised land,
and the editor of thi "Great Family
Weekly" predicts that you will not
even be allowed a peep into the treas
ury box. The people are fully awaie
who your outfit are, and are watching
with both optics wide open to see that
you don't get your clutches on to the
county funds, which you desire se
much. No, docky, no.
Not the least of those mentioned
for congressional honors in this
district is Hon. G. R. Cheney of
Red Cloud aid superior, we sayl
Superior in as much as he has a
branch law office heie with our
energetic and rising attorney, Mr.
G. W. Stubbs. Mr Chaney is a law
yer of fine ability and long standing
for so new a country as this, while
in the business walks of life he has
proven himself a man of sterling in-1
J -.1 A. VI -i !
legruy anu wuuou a uiemisn on
his character or reputation, and
should ae receive the nomination,
would honor the position as repre
sentative of Second district of Neb
raska in Congress. Superior Journal.
Little Emery Young, son of John
M. Young, was billed to address the
temperance contest meeting at the H,
E. chm eh the other night, and he did
it and did it well, but, however, little
Emery is a strong republican, aad
note the surprise on the prohib'e face,
when Emery, instead of reciting an
appropriate temperance piece, gave
them some good sound republican
THE NEW ERA EXPO .- N.
St. Joseph, Mo.
September 3 to October 5 i ' ;
Us Orulet Ezpc tik & M
The greatest attractions ever offered t the public
Tha liberal premiums offered for agricultural prodacU &rt awakened a hearty
? espouse from tha farmers, aad will be worth going hun4;.J. . miles to e.
The grounds will be illnmiaatad with thousand of
prismatic Hghta arranged in
Bachs Celebrated Military Band
and orchestra will give concerts every aitfernoonj
Seimonswill be delivered evesy Sunday, by
the most celebrated divines. Music bv a chorus of HlOO voice.
The following amphitheatrical attractions have been secured: A realis
tic Indian fight and a mimic illjstration of the Custer Massacre;
100 Apache Indians; 100 Indian fighter, under the
celebrated scout Capt. Jack Crawford,
and 500 soldiers will participate.
Kalloon aacension aad parachute JubhMor; VXstx VonBlumen andJo!elIawkt9. champion
female bjoiddsLs.- a day of field sporti: the eelebrad Woody Tros. inalo luartetto; Heap Bros,
in Soman IIiMdruDierac;Gapt. Paul Boyton in acqnatlc maneuvers; Hroncho Johnthecow
at.y kins; raj. A. H. Bomrrlu and n om in rilte hooUiiff. Other attraction iU be announced
Reduced rates on all Railroads. Come All !
J5T. n. PERKY. IVe.. Si. Joseph. Mo.
ly ha& a large number of earnest dirne. ine pom wM wen taxen
friends working for his nomination. and Hsery was loudly applauded.
We hart amoved to oar SEW QUAKTEKS jDt North of the F. A 9i
Bank and now hare the
Largest Stock of Boots j.nd Shoes
Fret fen ia fed omd, aad they will be sold at pric, that will mak
them go fatt, in fact we ar gats? to
Sell our Goods Cheap for Cash !
We have the largest stock and warraat our stock.
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