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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1889)
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Vol. 17. tj2
WE MAiMO BONES OF FT
That our success is due to the
received in Uic laet six jears and to keep the cnstom of the past, we will
coatian' ;i vl yon good goods at lowest pricey hereafter. Having
Ind liit? ablt to use large quantities for our TWO
STOKER, have been able to close out some large lots
I I I 4 li II 1 If
Which we arc willing to
the benefit of. This
Of some Conscienceless1 Dealers bring us new customers daily
If anything from this house isn't right come
to us and we'll MAKE IT RIGHT.
RED CLOUD. WYMORE.
We have removed to oar NEW QUAKTEHS jest North of the F. A M
Bank and now have th9
LVgest Siock of Boots olid Shoes
Ever seefi in Ke.2 Cloud, and they sill be zoll at pries that tyill raaie
fl them go fria.t, in fact we are going to
Sellour Goods Cheap for Cash !
IVp ve the Ia-get :ock and vya-mal iu- to--i.
dodge," but have
To offer ypu in all our departments
Being able to buy goods where they
are offered the cheapest to us, we
are not forced to buy where our
credit is good,
We can therefore gsv you many advantage over others
noire nut oluct'v. Our baraias are not only
in the Clothing line, nut our
Y t ,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Are marked ery low. Kemember we sell the SfAz ifaoes
Cock and Bull Stories
Red Cloud, Webster County,. Neb., Friday, October 4,.
Rantld bv Oar Alert Report
f re pared for Oar Keadrfc3-
Glass and putty at Deyo's.
Mr. Earl Newton and wift-re ia'J
See those Shetland
New York Store.
Furniture of all kinds cheaper than-j
erer at F. V. Taylor's.
Will McMillan, foreman of th
gus is quite sick this eek.
Corn huskers soap, pine tar and
rubber fineer cots at Cotting's.
All goods arc sold at the New York
Store at the lowest cash prices.
A fine line of jeans, cassimeres and
flannels at the New Yorlc Store.
W. W. Gardner and daughter, Miss
Yaabti, were in the city this week.
. Read D. B. Heards' advertisement
and locals elsewhere in to-days' paper.
The New York Store is headquar
ters for the the best makes of boots
Bound voluntas of our best authors
at 35cts each at Cottings, over 100
volumns to select from.
The finest line of guns in the val
ley just received a A. Morhart's, the
popular hardware man, Bed Cloud.
Finest line of cutlery in town and
at prices not equalled in Nebraska, at
Perkins old stand. D. B. Heard.
At the county fair this week Blr.
C. C. Coon's collection of melons,
fruits, and vegetable were very fine.
Situation wanted at stationary en
gineer. Four years experience. Call
on or address, B. C. Bntcher, Red
Cloud, Neb. 9-4t
J, W. Myers will move into the
new jail, and will look after unfortu
nate humanity who may find their
Oe who buys good goods for little
money, buys wisely. Follow out say
ing by buying at D. B. Heard's, Per
kin's old stand.
There will be a new harness shop
started in this city soon. One by
one the monopolies have to fade be
L. A. Haskins left at this office a
fine bundle of premium millet which
we presume will be hard to beat.
Also some fine corn.
El Young has commenced suit
against Dr. P. Janss of Grand Island
for alleged forgery. The case will be
tried in the county court soon.
Come to D. B. Heard's for cutlery.
Eighty patterns of pocket knives
to select from and twenty patterns of
table cutlery all at Chicago cost.
The person taking that light color
ed coat and feather pillow tffb) the
floral haU at the fair groundsrriday,
should return the ame to the owner.
A lad uamed Cowden, from Belle
villc.. Kansas, while riding a horse at
the fair grounds Wednesday, as
thrown off and badly injured. He
is recovering however, slowly.
David Kaley's bronchos are high
Siyers. They undertook to have a
little fun at the fir grounds Friday
and had it not been for to or three
men. Dave would have had a serious,
Wm. Stingley has moved his bar
ber shfp to the stand where W. W.
Gilbert forraerly kept. He has na'ja. j
ed hi? tooporial parlors the "Cor,-ner-cial
bail - shop." He is a z'd bar-
ber and dasires all of his
irons rum 'rjcn s to r-i-. . t.: -n
is bound to treat vcv. nice and ci re
yoa .-u pood a shavt- as you can get. in
" fLl?63fiiJte8'd!easare in pre-
the o of.tbe lion. C. E.
&u$er1fef'ds a proper roan
. -tan iatoof Nebraska as
Wa?eVehtflbf 'the state nni-
.mrr49 iS an able gen
WhhrarkhH would fill the
J ?4aw&:-rj&;to himself and the
7;JA'pjii'i;e.(t6m. rotding the
eHWfc;toiV iiherty" owned by
mat Di.a asfgon oi usurers, mat, me
editor had ' forWtten that his outfit
had offered tlia-Borth ward delegation'
$1000 for- their proxies if nKe6ver
to the biz S prior to tfufconifention,
and that several attempts were made
to by other proxies by the same
crowd and offered as high 'as f 30 each.
People who live in glass houses
should be careful
THE WEBSTER COUNTS FAIR.
Th IVoit Saeeeasfal Exhibition Ever
The 17th annual exhibition of the
Webster county fair which ended to
day was one of the best fairs, finan
cially and agriculturally ever held in
this county, with one or two excep
tions. The,' exhibition of live stock
was very fine as was also the display
of agricultural products. In the line
of agriculture we noticed many evi
dences hr.t would go to show that
Webster cuunty need not aWe a back
seat for any county in the state. Fine
eorn, fine millet, fine potatoes, fine
melons, and everything in that line
that could not be possibly beaten by
any state in the union. The horti
cultural department was well filed
with beautiful native fruits of all
kinds, and in many respects the fruits
equaled those of the celebrated Cali
In the fine art departments the la
dies of our city and county showed
themselves equal to the occasion as
the display was very fine and had we
more time and 'room we should give
the various articles the very proper
mention that they deserve. We also
noticed several displays made by our
merchants, viz: Hacker de Parker.
C. L. Cotting, F. V. Taylor. Mrs. S.
F. Spokesfield, Mrs. G. S. Alden, Mr.
Haines and others.
The school children's department
was very fine and makes up one of
the handsomest as well as the most
intellectual exhibitions that have
been produced at any former fair.
In the poultry department Mr. J.
Severn's of Guide Bock was the only
exhibitor, but his collection was the
finest that we have ever seen at any
fair in the state and deserve much
credit. In fact every one seemed to
try and outdo the other.
The horse, cattle and swine exhibit
was excellent and some of the speci
mens would b2 hard to beat in any
In the speeding department we
must gay that that part of the pro
gram was carried out better than in
any former year, and ranch credit is
to be placed on the management for
stopping Che usual foolishness in
starting Jne horses.
The ich'ariot races were the great
cent.r 0f attraction lad drew hun
dreds of people who never attend
f'-ars. It was a eveltyand one that
$ook, -which goes to show that fairs
Lo be a sucoess dust have an attract
ive program and the present fair was
wholly due to the fact that the man-n-tinent
furnished an entertainment
( that the people could appreciate.
During Thunday and Friday lully
10.000 people fcttenaea tue ia:r
The maruErement and the people
f should feel cofd'over thq success of ,
- ,cf j T
Bo you know that
Has the largest supply of STOVES in the yalley, both
beau; ;ii h Sim
Of all descriptions.
Don't fail to see him if yon want a stove for lie will make
you prices that can not help but makeyou Buy if yoa
. are in need. Also a full line of
Hardware, Tinware, -
Copperware, Nails, Eta.
R i H
In car load lets now on sale, in fact he has everything -you
could wish. Call and see him in Opera House block..
Bed Cloud - - Nebraska;,
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO
Collections, Taxes Paid, &c.
Office with the County Judge, Moon Block
Red Cloud, Nebr aska.
The Webster County Teachers Association
will meet at Blue Hill, "vt. l. at 10:30 a. m.
The pro)rram isasfoUoas:
A. M Class exerches in History.
How to teach disco erics. Mi M. Thornton,
Ten questions in regird to history before
Ten questions in regard to English discov-.f
ene. Miss Roth,
Ten questions is rejranl to French discover j.
Taper, Indian traditions. Mr. W. S.Mi'Jer.
P. M. Paper, Advances of Mack board
drawing Hr, F.E.Weils.
General OlscasMonkd by Messrs j, a, Hall
and A. L. McCauley.
Class eiercise inilrawin, Miss ftot'j.
Committee o rausic, Iis M, Thorntoi.
D. M. IIcxteb. Se:y.
The 2d elocutionary contest for the
Demorest silver medal, will be held
in tLe Congregational church next
Uot tstk lbSD.
A - i
hear the chil-!
drea sneak. Admission 10 cts. i
Fcatherly & Aults sail C. C. Coon's j
watermelons, the be?t ia tha marketj
Don t forget one of the most impor
tant short-horu sales of the season,
tQi of J. Russel Lotucs at Baitings
Atch occurs Tuesday, October 8tk.
Air. Lownes has bred short-horns all
his life ,and good ones too: as he has
drawn from the celebrated herd of J.
H. Potts & Son of Jacksonville, IU.r
and other well-known herds. Befor
leaving Illinois. tevn years ago, he
saved out the best from a sale of his
herd to bring tc this state. His nerd
has now increased to a larger number
than he desires to retain, to he has
decided to sell about forty head as
per announcement ia another column.
He has no cull or inferior cattle in
this offering, .but' good, useful and
well acclimatad y!.-.iska bred Short-
,nor. Write Urn at L
for Ia catalogue. .
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i lha proietor o th.d piper aos
-1.1U fi l V t L ki l if tlllC
not hold himself rosponibie for the.
remarks r view of correspondemte
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