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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1889)
being foolish enough to buy
too many overcoats
while in market, and rather
than carry over a lot
will eell all heavy weights
at wholesalu cost. Wo handle
Selz Sock bottom shoe
old every where for $3
this 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 b beat
and we allov no one to undersell
us on boots and shoes
clothing is our lint, 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 peoplo at home
come in. we make no charge to
show you our goods and give
He has a
Rings, Breast Pins, Etc.
Suitable for Christmas Presents. His goodrare all new and
uobb' and at prices that you can afford to buy.
First Door South of I lacker fc Parker's Store.
-Just received at-
Murray's Fair Store
J la the Moon Block j
A large assortment of Christmas
Goods, and Useful Articles
Suitable for presents.
COME AND SEE US.
" Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
At S. M. SEAL'S
line line of
Webster County, Neb.,
Some of the fanneri have been
ploughing their oats stabble this week
the weather ii suitable for farming
of any kind.
Mr. Stillmaa oar goese bone pro
phet says we wcn't have very cold
weather untill the 29th of January
and not very cold then.
T. J. Wilder got a horse badly cut
on the wire fence one night last week.
Mrs. Hannah Lewis who has been
visiting her son Ed, in Chase eonnty
this state, returned last week, she re
ports every thing flourishing and al
though crops were destroyed by hail
in June the corn stubs sprouted up
and made four bushels of the corn to
the acre and the farmers are hopeful
M. C. Jackson has made his wife
a handsome and useful present in the
shape of a large cooking range, pur
chased of a Superior traveling man.
On Dec. 1st, Freddie Bon killed a
rattlesnake measuring four feet and a
half, with nine links and a button in
its chain of rattles.
Mr. Cenyne was badly hurt by a
fractious team a few days ago, he is
Any one wishing to hear the very
best of music should call on or ad
dress Jo Brubaker at his home forty
rods west of Wiilow creek central,
although young in years be is the very
best the county affords.
Charley Jackson is a young direc
tor, he is a good one and fulfill every
Dancing is all the rage in this part
of the world, and Carpenter gave one
last week, all report a splendid time
and good supper. Manitoba.
Ephram Carter is husking corn for
It. K. Orchard went to Indianola
to eat Xmas turkey with his daugh
Miss Effie Plumb closed a four
months term of school in district 41
on Friday of last week.
Orran and Willie Taber returned to
their home near Weeping Water.
Miss Maud Orchard is spending the
holidays at home after having taught
a fall term of school near Indianola.
Pleasant Prairie Alliance held
their Christmas festivities at their
place of meeting, consisting of a
Christmas tree in the form of an arch
and cross. A bountiful supply of
oysters at.d cake were served and they
say Ben takes the cake because he
eats more cake than anyone. The
tree was nllel with usef.il presents
for the older ones, and toys for the
little ones to the delight of all
Everyone enjoyed themselves and we
wish them many happy returns of
the same. Stub.
A rerj pleasant event occured at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. I). L.
Groat on Fanners creek, n the 18th
inst. when a party of the friends of
that worthy coaple gathered to cele
brat the 25th aniversary of their mar
raipe. A bountiful dinner was serv
ed to which all did ample justice.
There was a nice lot of presents left
them, mostly silverware. Year cor
respondent was to busy gettiag away
with the provisions to make note of
the guests or the presents. They are
anions the oldest settlors in this
neighborhood and arc respected by all
Although having had an uansasl
amount of hard lack, David is getting
to be one of the most Babstantial
farmers in the valley. May their
shadows never grow less and may they
have man)' happy re tarns of that
pleasant day, is the wish of,
e. "i ? 'ViJJ
Friday, December 27,
1 0,000 Bushels of
And wiD pay
Is the oliMt ud BMwt aopalar adcntMe aa
mechanical paper pnDiUha and baa tba largcat
etrcmlation of any paper of K daw la the worM.
Fnlly Ulnatrstad. Beat daae of Wood Bncrar
lnc. Pnbltebaa waeUr. Sena for eettne
enow. Prleafiayaar. Fnnrtnonthi trial. $L
UVtm ft GO FCBUfUxa. m Broadway, K.T.
Etftttoa f Scieatilc Aserka. O
A TMf nrrr Zach Ian a contains colored
lltbocraphte plates of eoantry aad cttr raeMao-
ees or pablie Muawn. if naeroae aaTBTiB
nchaacoataaaHato bolldlac. Price 0 a year.
: fan plana aaa apeencauona xorwe aae ox
is eta. a copy, anwaw, tcbuskbs.
I m. Co who
40 yeara' experience aad have wade over
VO,m application for Aasertcan aad Tor-
i elm aateota. Seod f or UandbooK. Cutm
poaAaaoa atnctly. coattestiai.
In eaaa roar mat ia sot raeWarad la tkePat.
ent omee. appiyto cjw COy aadptpean
Immediate proteeUoa. Send for Handbook.
COPYRIGHTS for book, charts, pjaaa.
ate qalckiy procarad. Addraai
MUSK e CO.. Pateat Sallcltara.
GaxxBAi. Orncx: 3a Broadwat, X. T.
:1H FOR OUR CTALOGUEia fRICCS
AS ENGINE WORKS,
awexmr awai am wm
D. B. Spanogle,
and L oan Agen1
the Price of The Chief.
New Year to All I
15 cents for ear corn in trade
AT YOUR OWN PRICES.
H. OLABKB President, Albany, N.T J. A. TULLEY, VIc-Presidnt
xwuob. v.Biunjsx, xreasarer.
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FAKM IMAM COaf
PAID UP CAPI'JAL, $50,000.
Ked Cloud, Neb. Albany, New York.
H. Clarke, Albany. New York- Geo R. Beach, BalstonSpa N.Y.
W. H. Robeson, Albany, N. Y. E. S. Francis, Pitleticld. Ma-
B.V.Shirey I). SI. Piatt K. K. Hie bland. J. A. TaUeys M.BLMcNit
On improved tarma infebra'.kaiiid Kmuar. Monev furnished as Boon as the
security ia approved- P nncpal and interest payable in Bed Cloud
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE !
I. C, Holcomb. Proprietor.
First-clas Turnouts. Everything New, Neat
and clean and in gocd repair, .
Boarding and Feeding Teams at Reasonable Rates, Only
the best hay and grain used at this stable. GiYe
him a call. Gates' Old Stand, Red Cloud,
HUGHES, BROWN & CO.
Reliable Real Estate Agents !
Inrestnents for non-readeats, profit! Iarse. quick, and no risk.
Invest Now to Catch the Incoming tide this fall
Portland property is raptdlr advancing. Correspondence cbrrfufi)--answered. Eefcrence
Board of iBuaigratioa. Address firm, 30 Ask SU.lortliBd, Oregoar
RED CLOUD, NEB
Gel II- Brown.
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