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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1889)
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
Red' Cloud, Webster County, Neb, Friday, December 20, 1889.
being foolish enough to buy
too many overcoats
while in market, and rather
tlian carry over a lot
will sell all heavy weights
at wholesale cost. W handle
Selz Bock bottom shoe
sold every where for $3
thif has been our price
but will sell you them for
next sixty days at 2 . 50
giving you the best shoe
ever offered for the money
every pair warranted"
also offer you as usual
100 cents worth of goods
for one dollar, in other lines
our underwear, for selection
and prices, can hot bt beat
and we allow no one to undersell
us on boots and shoes
clothing is our line, and we make
a business of it
we also keep a big stock of piece goods
and make up suits to order
giving employment to people at home
come in. we make no charge to
show you our good? and give
At S. M. SEALS
He has a fine line of
Rings, Breast Pins, Etc.
Suitable for Christmas Presents. His gods are all new and
nobby and at prices that you can afford to buy.
Firet Door South of Hacker fc Parker's Store.
-Just received at-
Murray's Fair Store
In the Moon Block
A large assortment of Christmas
Goods, and Useful Articles
Suitable for presents.
COME AND SEE US.
Soma colored brotker in the south,
hotly contests the theory that, "the
world do more" whether it does or
not, the ostites hereabouts are get
ting quite a more on them, and it
stands 'em in hand to do so too.
"The captain has to be interviewed"
this fall and don't yon forget it.
Corn husking is rapidly approach
ing an end.
Word has been received from Frank
Pieroe who recently went to Arkan
sas, He doesn't seem to think that
the climate is going to help his wife's
health very mueh and it was princi
pally on that account that he went
Win. Bicker a former citizen of
Inavale but now a denizen of River
ton is for the second time in a very
short time, the blushing father of a
bouncing pair of twins. 'Bill"
seems determined to send his name
down to posterity on the double
The Inavale bridge is in a really
dangerous condition, owing to its
worn flooring, borne day a horse will
break a leg there and then some poor
devil will have a loss to pocket and
the Lord knows most of us have a
pocket full of that now.
Inavale is all torn up on the ceme
tery question. They are trying to
raise enough money to buy the ne
cessary land. Some of the people
who are noted for their "nearness,"
think one acre enough. Chas. Hunt
er voices the sentiment of a large
number when he says, 'I don't be
lieve in piling dead people on top of
The Walnut cemetery contains five
seres, but then Walnut people wont
bear being placed too close together
they might fall out
The question has often been asked
Dennis, "why in thunder don't they
gradc the approaches to that new
bridge on Dry creek" to which he re
There is an old saying that "com
ing event .cast their shadows before"
If this istrue the chances arc that
the population of Walnut will re
ceive quite a boom "ere the robins
The fall term of school in Disk 3
closes December 20. Speaking of
scbools, what do you think of a sys
tem of school books that teacheB
children to pronounce dog to rhyme
with log etc. Shades of Noah Web
ster! And it is for this that we pay
a 35 mill school tax, or two-thirds of
our entire tax levy.
The long and painful illness of
Miss Fannie lliaker terminated fatal
ly December 12. She leaves a wide
eircle of friends, to whom he had be
come endeared, to mourn bcrlnss.
Her parents and family have the
sympathy of all.
S. ti. Cayon has jut finished
making sorghum. Tho people began
to fear that like the brook he would
go on forever.
Unas Hunter and Jim Vance are
building new cribs to hold their corn.
Sawyer is cribbing his under the star
ry dome ef heaven. Moral. Hans
with the F. & M.
The hopes of a furthur increase in
the democratic majority of Walnut
creek was rudely shattered by the ar
rival of a girl baby at Sanford's a few
dava aco. Since the event the dem
ocratic leaders are giving the be
reaved father rather the cold shoulder
Alf McCall simply refuses to recog
nize him when they meet. 'Squire
Stoddard says, "we expect every .dem
ocrat to do his duty" and Sanford
hasn't done his. It is raeh things
as this as makes our name
P. S. Say, democrats, could not
yow give the poor cuss another chance
before shmning hut forever.
Christmas to All !
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No remedy for blood disorders can
equal Ayer's Sarssparilla. Though
concentrated and powerful, this med
icine is perfectly safe, and may be
taken by children as well as adults.
Physicians recommend it in .prefer
ence to any other. Price $1 worth
$5 per bottle.
But it still remains a fact that
R. M. MARTIN & SON4
Is the cheapest and best place to buy Dry Goods,
Notions, &c, in Webster comity.
Moon Block. ?
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