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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1889)
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NEW YORK STOKE.
To help canv off those sreat bargains that
have been coming for the past ten days of
American and foreign production, of all the
latest styles in
Dress Goods and trimmings to
Flannels. Blankets, Comforts, Underwear and
BIsck Iiosierv warranted not to fade.
An elegant stock of shawls and woolen yarns.
LADIES" SHOES in all grade
and sizes. A good shoe for $1.50
We also carxj a. Ia.rgc stock of the C. M. Henderson Red
School house shoes. The Little Red School house shoe i?
nor six years old and last year "was worn by two hundred
thousand children. Call and ?ee us and we will do you
Good. Best goods and lowest prices guaranteed
BLOCK. Red Cloud, Neb,
THE TRAILERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than anv vard in the world
a - q
F. V. TAYLOR,
KEEPS THE FTSEST LlE OF
In the city at prices that all can afford to buy
if in want of anvtb. 12 in his line.
r.rcrir Firs Natkmal Bank. Bed Closd.
R. T.SniaEY, Prcs. Hesbt Cr-AaKE.Vice-Prf-s. .T50. R. Shiest, Casbici
Howard B. Cathx, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
CAPITAL - $75,O0O
Transact a ceaeral banking business, out and
county, precinct ana school district bonds
sell countv vimste, als.
Bav and sell fors exckns
Ja. MeXenv. J. A. Tulleys. G. W. Lindsey. R. Y. Shire?.
John R. Shirej. E. F. Highland.
Henry Clarke. A. J. Kenny.
Hacker & Parker,
Vkt Men ?:;:::? 'kicf.
fsbIihHl ev-rr Friday morsinr Irons th office
Eire Mi- T7eNr SL. between 4th sad 3th
Avenne, IW Cloud, Neb.
This T" f-vc never varfi-. Mwel of pure
itreapth and wholcon-a-ss. Rior economical
thari the ordinary kind and cannot i sold in
rocpeaon with :hs cuttimdrt of lot test short
wsUnt .un er pho-iha& powdors. Sold only
mean. KOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
ifl6 Wall trrt N. Y. Citv.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
FAB 71 LOANS.
I have th sjrencv for ten different
loan companies, and can srive you the
benefit of any of their peculiar plans
of making farm loans. Therefor I
can make a farm loan quicker and at
lower rates than any other ag.nt in
Webster county. I make option
loans or straight loans for 1, 2. 3, 4, 5,
C, or 7 year, also on first class city
property. Compare my terms before
placing your farm loan, and saxe nos
er and resxets. G. W. Barker.
" Rear Red Cloud Natl Bank.
Gathered Cp r Chief Reporters la
A a AMU the City aattf. C.t-aiy.
The best corn busker's soap is seld
A. L. Funk and wife were in Lin
coln this week.
Could one ask Tor more beautiful
weather than this.
J. W. Smith will trobabiy open up
his meat market Saturday.
Watermelons of the most delicious
kind are still oh the market.
ThtTe will be an oyster festival at
the T. 31. C- A. rooms next Thursday
Geo. Philips and wife of Union
ville. Mo., are visiting at Anderson
Hedge's this week.
Frank Hu5er is the happy papa of
twins which makes him feel consid
erable bigger than usual
An elegant arGma pervaded the at
mosphere of Webter street.on Thurs
day. Did you sniff it afar?
Ed. Hilton the handsome P. 31. of
Blue Hill was in Red Cloud this week.
and called at these headquarter
Have the wloons
the free drinks to
We should judge so. Howi- it doeky.
In another place will b found a
very interesting document from the
pen of Oliver Downs. Evrry man in
Webster county should rend it.
The Golden Eagle as usual has a
Iaie stock of gloves and mitten?.
Buying ail kind of goods in large
quantities enables him to buy and sell
Come ia and see our new line of
v-inware. lanterns, coffee mills and
asrate ware fresh from Chicago and
at Chicago cost. Perkins old stand.
D. B. Heard.
The big 3 crowd are doing their lev
el bet to iujure George Hummel the
republican nominee for treasurer. If
that crowd can't run thing they will
invariably bolt the ticket, or knife it
Read C. Wiener's new adTtrtise
ment. Ir. W. is one of Tux Chief's
Dest an-ertisers. tie carries a verv
Iarse liee of clnthiLg. etc. and eT
them vy low for cash. He carrita
the Urgest stock west of Omaux.
C. SctaSnit. the popular dry govds
and notion man. is still selling goods
at remarkably low agarcs. Hi coun
ters are laden with all kind of dry
good, etc . and it will pay all of our
friends to call and tee hiai. His
stock is certainly mammotk.
and look ver the goods.
Glass and putt at Deyo's.
See thoje Shetland shawls at the
Xew York Store.
Furniture of all kinds cheaper than
veratF. V. Taylor's.
All goods are sold at the New York
Store at the lowest cash price.
A fine line of jean. ca?s?xnores and
Sannels at the New York Store.
The New York Store is headquar
ters for the the best makes of boots
Deyo i selling albums 20 per cent
cher-per now than you can buy them
for during holidavs.
Deyo takes subscription for anv
raper or magazine published and
saves you expense ot sendinr.
You can't miss it if you buy a pock
et knife at Cottings. He has notning
but new good and his prices suit these
Ribbons, ribbons, ri'ibons. A
big lot of remnants will be sold at
!?? than half price, at the Xew
I can save you big money on furni
ture and carpets. 100 different pat
terns of carpets cut without waste at
F. V. Taylor's.
In another plaee in todays Chief
will be fouad the report of the First
National Bank. It will pay oor read
era to peruse it. The bant is in a
splendid condition and through its
able management ha become leading
intitution of it kind in this section
and we wish the institution combined
What's the matter with Plumb?
He eems to be noting aroud in the
republican party. Thnnght he was a
prohib. Better stay by your party
31 r. I', and jou'll be better off. Re
publicans can attend to their own
business and fights, if they have any,
without your help, besides you might
get contaminated, you know.
The Democrat seems to have sud
denly fallen in love with its big Jum
bo brother, the b:g 3 sheet, and pub
lishes a column cr two of that paper's
boeh this week. We have always
presumed that tey were twins, and
are now fully convinced that they eat
political soup with the same spoon.
The people are not stuck on the big 8
to any alarming extent.
By the receipt of "At Home"
cards we learn that 3Ir. Will Hough
ton, the affable manager cf C. Wien
er's tailoring department, was recent
ly united in marriage to 3Iis Clara
Becker of Lincoln. Will is one of Red
Cloud's model young men. an? 3Iiss
Becker is the fcccomplisbed daughter
of 3Ir. A. U. Becker formerly of this
city. The Chief taks pleasure in
congratulating the hamv conpl
s quit setting up
the big ? outfit? i
wisn.es ttem a long ana napoy
Dock 3IcKeby. the great GuIIiver
ian -Olully Ully Gue" and his gang
who have been doing their level best
to defeat the regular republican tick
et, and still at the same professing
thrcugh their infanous sheet to be
supporting it. are unworthy the confi
dence of our people, if indeed they
ever had it. Through their engineer
ing and conniving they have succeed
ed in putting before trie people a tick
et that bears on the face of it a dem
ocratic ticket, which when sifted down
to a n'cty is nothing more or less
than a big S combination and will re
main so whether ihey deny it or not.
The big 8 propose it pos.-ible to get
hold of the county fund, by fjir
means or foul, and it generally suits
their ends bst to work by dark meth
ods. The Chief is a straight repub
lican aud believes that there could not
have betn a better, cleaner or more
desirable set of candidate put up by
any party, than those composing the
the republican ticket, and they will
be elected too. in spite of the big 8.
Editor Chief: I want to congrat
ulate you on your fight against the
big S outfit. The people are with
you nd will Bit down on the gang; at
the polls harder than they did in the
republican convention. Although a
life long democmr, I shall vote for
nummer tnis laiL Jly reasons
n.i rr- :
'soese: tiaamei i a man
'T. u:..r t . i
uum au oajKciion can oe raised.
The tig S outfit are working every
scheme to defeat that part of "the re
rublican ticket While McKe:-by
(in his paper) is pretending to sup
sort the whole ticket. He is at tie
There k but one place to bay hard
ware in town, as every sensible man
ave monev when he has a chance.
and I will guarantee to save va mou-
v on anything in the
r- Stoves or Ticware line.
Berg & Galusha
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PATRON AG E
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, alwavs used.
Their stock this fall is better se
lected than ever.
Their line of ''Dress Sai' is larger than ever shown ir-
their line of
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 for non-resitlects profits Ixrgi, qtiielc, and no risk.
Invest Now to Catch the Incoming tide this Wl
Portland prop-rty u rapidlv advancinc. Com?ordence cheerfully answered.
Board of Immigration. Address nrm, 30 Ash : Portland, O-ros.
HeU- .rc J
(i. A. Pf rlck.
Willis G. Brows.
n3. II- Brown.
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Stationery,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
New Jewelry Store,
Webster St west side, window in Haines' furnittr gtore
S. M. SEAL, Pro;p.
Jewelry. Watches, Clocc and Spectacles. Repairin . atctes ani fitting
Spccticles a specialty.. Call and see me, at Spok -egeia8 former stand.
D. M. PLATT,
Real Estate and I Km Broker,
Real Estate boaght and sold,
Money Leaned on farm chattels and personal paper.
same time working secretely working j tWy, TowiWp ad School Bntrict B-jads Bought Long tine Commer
!LbeSe 3lhl'i M c?al paper, a spmMty A', hcitf CollectioL
Office ia Kaley Block over Perkins Hard
ware Store, Red Cloud.
ted Jake Miller and Joe Garber to
work the G. A. K. organization, Cbs.
Cather and Lou Albright to wore the
prohibitionists, Ed. Parkas the K. of
L. while Simons, Kume Richardson
and Funk's brother-in-law are to work
the ounty generally Then thev
le Hardware, ell ns eountjy fellows that they are
Remember D. tr "the ring." Nice fellows to
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
k L. H.
Heard. Perkins old stand. A!1 of a rine. Tou will har from
m - . I P .- . m
ot feware jnven a war witb ! a- again, aner anotner visit from
i then. Uatil then. I still remain a
VIO ! THERE ! !
Jioots i shoes at Cost
J-.. - mr.r - rrtUTLTT I "jTJ SE1 Ct- 1 1BS 1
i .very purchase of $1 or orer.
! Plumb muj-t i:et a little anerv when
rtT VlllOJr15 t? withdraw patronage NOW FOR USINESS. ,T am disoosincr of mv entire stock of bots
HI Xlli5f lfn.aihwpaper.if waayjadi-cfrom Persons bavins lotbin-aw alwav X UlbpOMll& Ul 111V CiiLllC 2LIX.K Ui U.-Uli
' Vur I ft? F-. U .iaM.M ..snM - - mil W a l. I rl
and snoes at cost m oraer to ciosc tnem
out. Now is your chance.
I AM GOING TO CLOSE OUT.
-V COOK, Red Cloud
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Farfefched to .ill Lands in Webster Countj. Aocarately and, Be . philosophical Pkmb, learn tl,ev can deal" with an
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