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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1889)
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NEW YORK STORE.
To help cuny off those great bargains that
have been coming for the past ten days of
American and foreign production, of ail the
latest styles in
Flannels, Blankets, Comforts, Underwear and
Black Hosiery warranted not to fade.
An elegant stock of shawls and woolen yarns.
LADIES' SHOES in all grades
8 T & His
We also cany a large stock of the C. M. Henderson Red
School house shoes. The Little Red School house shoe ir
now 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
MOOX BLOCK. Red Cloud. Neb.
THE TRALERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than any vard in the world
F. V. TAYLOR,
KEEPS THE FTJJEST LINE OF
In the city at prices that all can afford to buy
if in want of anytrn ig in his line.
Oppot'tJ First National Back. Red Cloud.
R. V.Shisev, Pres. Hi.vry CLAEKE,Vice-Pres . Jso. R. Shiest, Cashiu
Howaed B. Cathzr, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
CAPITAL,, - $75,000
Transact a ceneral banking business, buy sad sell county warrants, alsk
countv, nrecinct and school district bonds. Buy and sell foreign exchange
Jas. McNenv. J. A.Tulleys, G. W. Lindset. R. V. Shirey.
John R. Shirey. E. F. Highland.
Henry Clarke, A. J Kenney.
Hacker & Parker,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
L. H. JPORTt Master.
jg mm j b?JL K3-: MS J&
cnrnished to all Lands in Wetster County. Accurately and
Sif'rc hrd Te
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A -er f..:-d rorcvlij
aw? ap?rj ea.
and trimmings to
A s:ood shoe for S1.50
ta.?tio!ar i. Moi
cart or ca.i-tn
The e! hud (Thief;.
Published everr Fridsv raominz from the offce
East side Webster St.. between 4th and Itn
Avenue. E-d Cloud. Neb.
This powder never varlr. Marvel of pure
jtreDjrth and ho!evnieiies. more economical
rhin the ordinary kind and cianot be sold m
competion witlitha nmiutudes of low test short
weigh; alum or i-uphate powdors. Sld only
in cans. KOYAL MAKIMJPOWDEKCO.
IK "Wall steet N. Y. Citr.
I have the agency for ten different
ioan companies, and can give you the
benefit of any of their peculiar plans
of making farm loans. Therefor I
can make a farm loan quicker and at
lewer rates than any other agtnt in
Webster county. I make option
loans or straight loans for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, or 7 year?, also on first class city
property. Compare my terms before
placing your farm loan, and save mon
ey and resrets. G. W. Barker.
Rear fled Cloud N'at'l Bank.
Gather Up hy Chief Reporter la
Aaa A boat the City aaa C.vaty.
-Hans Kreltrsan had a fcroxy,
Where isa dot broxy now?"
Go and see R. A. Bandy.
The best coin husker's soap is sold
It seems that Plumb has succumbed
to big 8 boodle.
A new stock of gold pens and holders
nst opened at Cottings.
C. G. Caspor of Columbus is the
democratic nominee for Congress.
Now is the time to buy your hard
coal of R. A. Handy.
Simons says he can control 450 of
the 500 soldiers votes of the county .
H. E. Sanfcrd leaves this week for
Washington where he takes a job at
brick laying near Tacoma.
The finest line of guns in the val
ley just received a A. Morhart's, the
papular h trdware man, Red Cloud.
John McMillian has said that he
got $40 for his little affidavit, :f that
is true, we wonder how much Plumb
The big S are in a hard row of
stumps when they will offer $50 for a
proxy to a congressional convention.
This they did.
J. A. Tulleys has returned from
Washington where he went to attend
the conclave of Knight Templars. He
reports a very pleasant time.
' The Golden Eagle as usual has a
larte stock of gloves and mittens.
Buying all kinds of goods in large
quantities enables him to buy and sell
Come in and see our new line of
iinware, lanterns, coffee mills and
agate ware fresh from Chicago and
at Chicago cost. Perkins old stand.
D. B. Heard.
Dock McKeeby got so infuriated
that he would not ride with the "com
mon herd" home fiom the Hasting
convention but went around by Ox
ford. Eh, Bockey.
Blankets, comfort, yarn?, flannels.
jean, easemere. canton flannels,
muslins, cotton batting, underwear,
etc. are sold at lowest cash prices at
tLe New York Store.
Can it be possible that if the coun
ty funds should by hook or crook fall
into the hands of Dock McKeeby and
gang, can it b porstble we say, that
the interest wocld be applied en re
ducing that $1S00 mortgage on the
big 8. That is about the size of it
The big 8, who has loaned more
money than any oiher set of men in
the county at high rates of usury are
blowing off their oazzoo's aeainst
Geo rlumml, the straight republican
candidate for treasurer, all because
is x straight republican.
The .ronti has neTer snnrwirtAf? r.
(publican ticket sincere came into the
county, unless the? could nama it.
I Will the people f Webster county tt'
Dock lKtl?. U B. Sinrus.
aaaP'"' SJaaaStaBaH 'B
to tiieH. 2s"o
Glass and putty at Deyo's.
S. I. T'mpbenour has purchased
Vaa Benson's farm.
Furniture of all kinds cheaper than
ever at F. V. Taylor's.
All goods are sold at the New York
Store at the lowest cash price-s.
A fine line of jean, ca:meres and
flannels at the New Yorfc Store.
Hard coal at cost at
K. A. Handy?.
The New York Store is headquar
ters for the the best makes of boots
Deyo i selling albums 20 per cent
cheaper now than you can buy them
for during holidays.
Peyo takes subscriptions for any
paper or magazine published and
aves you expense ot sending.
You can't miss it if yoa buy a pock
et knife at Cottings. He has nothing
but new good and his prices suit these
I can tare you big money on furni
ture and carpets. 100 different pat
terns of carpets cut without waste at
F. V. Taylor's.
S. I. Un.phecour? faimly are on a
visit to relatives in Osborne county
Kansa, one of whom, Jr. Grant i
a prominent merchant of Alton.
Mrs. Kenyon Skeen received a tele
gram on last Wednesday, thai her
father was very sick. She lefc that
evening and arrived just in time to
see him alive, he having departed
this life soon after her arrival.
Nick Reno, who jumped Lis board
bill at Guide Ro;k. is not b'-ardiii
at our new jail. Nick spent much of
his time while at Guide Rock phying
checkers, and now keeps up the game
with his proboscis. All such fellows
richly deserve a similar experience.
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The big 5 sheet's catechism on the
First National Bank last week, was
the most woeful piece of sacrilege
that we have ever witnessed from a
man, who claims to be so highly pol
ished as does Dock McKeeby. It it
certainly a dastardly insult to the
christian people of the county and
should be frowned down. For shame
on the man who will sc f-r forget
himself as to allow his vindictiveness
to cet away with his sense t-f honor,
and not only insult his maker but the
entire professed christian population
of the county by such sacrilege.
Plumb has finally
gone astrav from
the fold -jf temperance, and whipped
over into the camp of that arch bolter
Dock McKeeby a man who ha?
nsver been known to have one seuti
meat in favor of temperance, or any
thing else that was moral. For shame
Plumb, re did not expect to see you
tie up wish such an outfit; an outfit
that is a; ti'sreputable as the big S.
an outfit that is devoid of all principle
as they are, no manhood norno honor,
Bnt then we are not so greatly sur
prised after all. when we take into
consideration the amount of boodle
that it must have taken to make the
flop. Wonder how the temperance
people of "ebster county will like it
anyhow Plumb, when they find out
that you have been small enough to
sell out and leav a temperance
man for one who makes no preten
tions? It has been openly asserted
that it took money to procure the affi
davits, and we should not be surprised
if it were only oo true. The sfSdav
its are partially made up of falsehoods,
engenered from the fact that several
parties who had become disguatd ith
Plumb, ordered out their advertis-
ments and stopped the paper. You
should be a man, PI urn D. and shun
the society of evil dcers, stay by yosr
prohibition principles, if you have any
left, before it is everlastingly tco latt
te retreat from the outfit you have
tied up with, viz, McKeeby, Simons,
and others of a like stripe. You have
certainly made a consumate ass of
A Frlaier LeMoa,
Who made the big S papa.
Boodie my child.
Who made boodle, papa.
The big 8 my child.
Why does the democratic paper and
the Helmet side in with the big S
Why lot of boodle my 60n.
Who made this Dock McKeeby
It is a mystery my child,
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!fw Arrivals at Teaa c. O. D. Em
Henrietta cloth 50 inch for 40 'cts
per yaid worth 60 cents. Tricot
dress goods 35 cents. 50 icca ail
wool suiting only 60 cents that usual
ly sells for 85 cents per yard. Black
Henrietta cloth 40 cents per yard
worth 60 cents. We have rec;vea
another lot of silk plush at 50 cents
per yard. Also the bt.st stock cf la
dies' Misses and children's wcle
hosiery. We sell hosiery 20 per cest
cheaper than any other house ana $ jU
cannot afford to buy ymr hosiery
without toeing our stok. We are
still receiving bargains in house fur
aisuing ttunure etc.
Yor.iG's C. O. D. Emporium.
Oa and after the first day of No-
cwber 1SS9, I will positively no: el!
roods on time, except
contracts or on bznk-Me sew?.
Berg & Gfalusha
ooco ARE oooo
Good Goods, Best Fitting-, Low
est Prices is their platform.
your support from these principles, tliey are the only firm
M7ZW7" SHQULQtt, SUITS,
And if once used, always used.
Their stock this fall is better se
lected than ever.
Their line of ,Drss Sun" is larger than ever shown ir. :he city.
their line of
suits for IS.50 are a little better than anyones, Go and
see them when you want goods at honest prices.
HUGHES, BROWN & CO.
Reliable Real Estate Agents !
Investments for non-rcsn!oct5, proSts Iar,??, qrck, autl no rtk.
Invest Now to Catch the Incoming tide this fall
Portland projrty Ls rapldlr advancing. rnnvr.iin?-w,' -rf'"iv 'nju-... Hefnctrc ?
Board of Immigration. Aiidre- nrm, SO Ah St.. PorrLid. Or-goa,
G. A. Perb:ck. Willis G. Browa. LafncUeIIu?Iit. Go. II- Brown.
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Stationery,.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
New Jewelry Sto.re,
Webster St. west side, window
S. M. SEAL, Prop.
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks and Spectacle?. Repairing Watc" . a , fittinr
Spccticlea a specialty. Call and see me, a, apokealield's fEe5 a &
D. M. PLATT, '
Real Estate and Loan B roker,
Real Estate bomr? oi nW
Money Loaned on farm chattels a id pejsonal paper
County, Township and School Birict Uonds T , , T
' - l - i. ti j.u"ht LuUiT time Commer
cial paper, a specialty Also. so. . . tT ,. . p .--.
r r r J aeits Collect-jus
Office in Kaley Block, av- cr Perk:.r.'s Hard
ware Storefe ;d Cloud.
HO ! TT RE !
Boots shf jes at Cost
I am disposing of r entire stock of boots
and shoes at cost in orjer lo Ci05e them
. out. iSo iW is ycur chance.
I AM GOIW j
in Haines' fcrniture sto
TO CLOSE CUT.
A. COOK, Red Cloud
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