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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1889)
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Good Goods, Best Fitting, Low
est Prices is their platform.
your support from these principles, they are the only firm
PATENT SHOULDER SUITS,
And if once used, always used.
Their stock this fall is better se
lected than ever.
Their line of ''Dress Sun" is larger than ever shown in the city
suits for $8.50 are a little better than anyones, Go
see them when you want goods at honest prices.
HUGHES, BROWN & CO.
& Reliable Real Estate Agents !
Investments tor noB-readents, profits large, quid;, and no risk.
Invest Now to Catch the Incoming tide this fall
rortIat.l op-'-rty is rapidlv advancing. Correrordence cheerfully answered.
Hoard ol Immigration. Address firm, 30 Ali St., I'ortLiud. Oregon.
G. .v. iVrbeck.
Wilis G. Brown.
Paints, Oils. Varnish, Stationery,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska,
New Jewelry Store.
Webster St. west side, window
S. M. SEAL, Prop.
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks
Spccticle a specialty.
D. M. PLATT,
Ileal Estate and Loan Broker,
Real Estate bought and sold.
Money Loaned on farm chattel and personal paper.
Cenuty, Township and Sebool District Bonds Bought Lung time Commer
cial paper, a specialty Also, solicits Collectibns
Office in Kaley Block, over Perkin s Hard
ware Store, Red Cloud.
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Boots shoes at Cost
I am disposing of my entire stock of boots
and shoes at cost in order to close them
out - Now is your chance.
. I AM GOING TO CLOSE OUT.
Geo. II- Brown.
in Haines' furniture store.
and Spectacles. Repairing Watches and fitting
Call and see me, at Spokesfield's former stand,
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l.LiVjK, lea ViOUft.
This powder never varies. Mar. el ol pure
itrecp&snd abolc.soraeiicss. mere economical
lh?n the ordinary kind and canaot be sold in
competion with ths rnaltitndes of low ten short
weight aium or !hopMt nowdo". Sold only
ai cans. KOYAL BAKING I OW IEB CO.
lor. Wall street. K. Y. .1tv.
I have the agency for ten different
loan companies, and can give yon the
benefit of any of their peculiar plans
of xnak'n,: farm loan?. Therefore I
can make a irui loan quicker and ai
lower rates than any other agent in
Webster county. I n.ake option
loans or straight loans for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, or 7 years, also on first class city
property. Compare my terms before
placioe your farm loan, and save mon
ey and regrets. G. W. Babker.
Rear Red Clond Nat'l Bank.
Gathered Up by Chler Bepertcr fa
And About the City and Ceemtr.
W. X. Richardson is in Denver.
Look on last page for city news.
M. R. Bantley was in the west this
I Read our new advertisements this
Ira Sleeper was in Hastings this
C. S. Sill and wife expect to move
to Omaha soon.
Mrs. A. L. Funk was in Orleans,
visiting this week.
Look at the fins display of box
stationery at Cotting's.
Mr. Altfhular was in Icwa tLis
week visiting old friend?.
The psssengcr trains from the cast
Wednesday were all behind.
The board of supervisors h&7e ad
journed until November 12:h.
Go to Cottinvs for yenr ii.k, tab
lets, paper, pens, pene.ls, &c.
H. S. Holconib one of Tiie Chief's
oldest subscribers is in the city.
The delinquent tax list will appear
in The Chief this coining moath.
Go". John M. Ti.r.yr -xis in the
c.tr attending tLe solJ.&rs reunion.
The father of Mr. J. H. Diehl liv
ing near Cowles is visiting with him
for a few days.
The finest line of guns in the val
ley just received a A. MorLart's, the
popular hardware man, Red Cloud.
Cane bottom chairs for 75 each
at Haines' new furnishing emporium,
west side of Webster street in Spokes
field old stand, Red Clone.
Featherly dc Aullz dealers in new
cider, apples and peaches. Also
crape juice at 50 cents a gallon. In
F eatherly building. no5-tf
Mr. J. F. Winters and family are
home frdm the east, where they went
to be at the bedside of Mr. Ft
other, who died shortly after their
J. Murray, the fair store m an will
move into the wooden store room jnst
moved north of the Moon block. He
will oecupy his new quarters about
Mrs. A. tt. Jester was quite sick
this week. Ob her recovery Mr. Jes
ter will go to Hebron where he has
secured a god situation. W. wish
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hummell of
Nsponee were in the city this week
attending the soldiere reunion. The
Great Family Meekly will folltw them
on their return heme.
Ths new cointy jail is now the
property of the county, it having
been accepted by the board. The
jail is a handsome stmeture and is
certainly a credit t the county.
Hon. G. R. Chaney is being spoken
of by numerous papeis in the district
for comrreM. Mr. Chaney wonld
sake a good congressman, and on
that the peple would fel proud of.
Troy Wells and A. D. Brown of
Custer county were the guests
of A. ,
. l'atmor dnnnc trie reunion. Thcv
Yf nlr cnlnmvz rA Annn f-In.J3 I
'' " w uiju muuuu intuue;
n. "--'- saUefaction with
tepBfcMemBs.r Wetoter Couatj
Meet Is CoaveaU.a aael
NOMINATE COUNTS' OEFICIALS.
Per, call the republican county conven
tion met in this city today, (Friday. Sept,
20th) and proceeded to nominate candi
dates for county offices. Tne convention
was duly called to order and W. E, Thome
of Bladen was chosen chairman and W. T.
wonnaon oi Bowies, secretary. A com
mittee ot five were fleeted on credentials
and the convention adjourned until 1 p.
m. &i(er owner tne convention reas
sembled, and the committee on crecentials
reported that they found thevarions del
egation all right, and accordingly were
The convention then proceeded to the
nomination of candidates.
C.L. Funek and Geo L. Burr were elec
ted as tellers. Everything being in
readiness the ballot was taken for county
clerk which reelted in the nomination of
II. D. Banney of Blue Hill by a vote of
The vote for treasurer resulted it the
nomination of Geo. W. Hummell by 58
Vor 6herifZ the vote stood 56 for Chas.
A. Teel of Cowles, and he was declared
the nominee of the convention.
For county judge D. F. Trunkey of
Amooy was the nnonimous choice by a
vote of 71,
The rules were then suspended and Miss
Eva J. King was declared the unanimous
choice of the convention for county su
perintendent of publio instruction.
W. E. Thorn was nominated county
surveyor without opposition.
m. acnencx was nominated for coroner
The ticket is one that is above reproach
and Tht Chxst can support each and
every man cherfallr and with a hearty
good will. While Tbk Cbxzt would have
been pleased to have seen all ot us nu
merous friends nominated, yet there was
only room for one person in each office
and hence necessitated a failure on the
part of many to secure the nomination.
The out going officers have ail been
faithful and competent, however they can
restn-sured that the people have no rea
son to complain of them as public ser
vants. The following list are the members of
the republican central committee for the
Chaircnn D. B. Kpsnogle, KcJ Cloud.
Hed Cloud townsnip Noble Sanford.
Guide Rock J. W.Crary,
Stillwater J. S. Wolf.
Oak creek 1'. G. Dickinson.
Potsdam J. S. White.
Batin Jas Anderson.
Red cloud lsi Ward M. B. McNiit.
u ' 2JWtrd J. A.Tullejs.
Pleasant Hill John Blaine.
Catherton G. P. cather.
Inavale E. H. Jones.
Glen wood. Jas. Burden.
Harmony Joan Stout.
amut creek XL iiolarege.
Line c. L. Fanck.
Garfield Geo. F. Pop.
Beaver crt-eL Juo. crimaa.
Elm Creek c. E. Putman.
State Deleijatis A. L. Funk. J. S.
Hoover. J. c. Brjoks, W. 12. xhorne, R.
A. Simpon. E. H. Jone. II. c. Scott.
S. B. Sewmeyer. treo. L. Burr. John May.
coHgre;onal D. P. Newcomer. Jas.
McNeny. J. S. Gilham. J. si. chaffin, c.
A. Teel. -Tames Burden, John Eckroot,
H. A. Stevens, Wm. Arnold, G. R. chaney.
See the painless dentists at the
Gardner house. Teeth extracted or
filled with'jjr paiu. Aniuciai teeth
maae on :r.y psse o il ?-.
silver, alluminum, Westou metal, five
different grades rubber r.nd celluloid
plates. From ten to 25 tee:h extract
ed per minute without pain. Hun
dreds of testimonials frra. the best
people in Nebraska. Ciil early and
Gov. Thayer and St-.ts Secretary
Laws were in the city Friday.
Read D. B. Hoards' aJvtrti.semcnt
and loealn elsewhere in to-dys' paper.
Red Cloud has been full of ftrans
crs this week between the convention,
reunion and Y. 31. C. A. delegates.
Finest line of cutler in town and
at prices- not equalled in Nebraska, at
Pe.kins old stand. D. B. Heard.
Oe who bnys good goods for little
money, bujs wisely. Follow out say
ing by baying at D. B. Heard's, Per
kin'e aid stand.
Now is the time to b-.hu. I can
save you 25 percent on all building
material, Bids solicettd. Perkins
old stand. D. B. Eiakd.
ing of a lady who kept a millinery
store taat he "was glad t" ee her
stocking up." The next time she
met hiss she broke an umbrella ever
bis hean aid sold him be w.is a brute.
He want to the office and r-sd the
item over exactly 109 times before he
saw what s&ads her mad .
Drs. Cave Smith 4b Co th painless
dentists of Grand Island, Neb., who
visited Red Cloud last vest, arrived
her today and have loatfd tempo
rarily at the Gardner Hrae until
they can secure rooms. The Drs.
make a specialty of extracting and
filling teeth withaut pain. Having
been located far the last four yean
at Grand Island where they still
make their headquarters. The? an
known throusjbont Nebraska to be
gentlemen and expert dentists Res
idents of Red Cloud "desiring first
class dntal work ahould consult ths
. doctors before going elsewhere. j.
Successors to the
Western and Southern
Look out for
BOOTS and SHOKS.
We will sell you a good print for 5c a yd.
And a good Gingham for 7c
Ladies hose at 5c a pair,
A nice dress button for2 l-2c a doz.
12 yards Linen Torchon Lace, 1 inch wide,
tor zll cents.
And while you are looking for Barg ins
please remember that we sell the Be.-1
$1.50 Ladies' Shoe Made.
Call and see usj and we will do you gcccc
Thanks for past favors. Yours,
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