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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1890)
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By A. C H
Ho ! There !
S F. SPOKESFIELD has eve.ything in
the Dry Coods. and Grocery line and sells
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Try him if you want square dealing.
F. N. Richardson, Prop, Red Cloud.
. We have more hay and more corn, more oats, and more
barn (all of which we purchased when prices were ay
down) than any firm in town, there4 we R prepared 2 give
U lower R8te than any firm between the 2 oceans, Boarding
by the day, week or month. We do not brag of our horse
manship. Stock in our care shov8 their keeDinflr. Call on
us at the old reliable barn back
vinced that what we tell you is
R. V.Siiisry, Pres. Henry Clarke, Vice-Prcg. L. II. Fort, Cashier
Ellis L Siiirev, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
CAPITAL - $75,000
Transact a general banking business, bay and sell county warrants, alsi
county, precinct and school district bonds. Buy and sell foreign exchange
Jas. McNeny. J. A. Tnlleys,
John R. Shirey.
H. CLARKE President, Albany. N.Yn J. A. TULLB Y, 'Vice-President
Robt. V. 8HIRBY, Treasurer.
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FAHM LOAN CO-
Take Yer!AMplleatlm Thn, Brranse you ll be Ogling direct tilth the lender
and not Utrough an acest or commission man.
Bfoeaase jou can rpC tne lowest rate
mrmnue von cmn est vonr nonev Ire
caime you can cat your money Immediately.
BtcaMM we do not sera your application an
tc we do not aend your application
Stacatise we can give you the betterniK
Beras interest and principal it payable at our
uou onineiuieresi payments.
m you wiu be pleased a itn our manner
Ked Cloud, Neb.
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O. W. Lindsey. .. R V Shirey.
E. FY Hichlcnd.
A. J. Kennv.
oortlie country for some oue else to fill.
office, ami If desired
we can give acaoreoda
01 business, and save ir.onev. save tiate. asv
Albany, New York.
Castoria prereate Toaaitias; Sear Cara
Calic Castoria relleras
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Kerabllcam Mate Ticket.
L. h. KICHAKDS ef Dodjee.
For Llratenuit Governor.
T. T. MAJORS of Ke
For Secretary of State.
J. C. ALLEN of Red Willow.
TfIOS. n. BENTON of Lancaster.
GEoXUK M. HAtmSGMot Sallae.
For ComnKsloncr rubllc Ijuidv andBuIldlncs
GEO. R. HUMPHREY of Caster.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction,
A. K. GOUOY of Webster.
N V HARLAN of York
8. C. DA1RD of Nuckolls county.
For Float Representative,
M. U, WARNER.
For County Attorney,
JNO. R. WlLLCOX.
Walter Curran was in the city thia
John Young lost n valuable hone thia
Read Jones & Evaris new advertise
ment thia week.
John IT. Stahl and wife are visiting in
Clay county this week.
Rev. E. J. Randall and wife are. in
Clay county this week.
Edward Cook has been sick a few days
with an attack of scarletina.
Dr. Damerell received first premium
on his fine Dominick chickens.
Several new families have moved to
Red Cloud daring the hut few days.
A. L. Funk and wife are in Lincoln,
arranging to move there in a few days.
Rev. J. P. MoVey has moved to Red
Cloud. lie lives in the Jake Noll prop
arty. M. R. Bently and wife left Wednesday
morning for a short visit in Iowa at their
Mrs. D. M. Piatt gave the Superior
boys and Walter Curran a party last
E. M. Perkins and D. B. Spanogle
were in Grand Island thia week after a
6ugar beot factory.
Bertka Tnlbott took the first premium
on best collection of paper flowers at our
county fair last week.
R. M. Martin is home from Chicago
where he has been laying in a very large
stock of dry goods and notions.
Warren Kent, aged about 35 years,
died last Friday. His disease is report
ed to have been diphtheria. Mr. Kent
was well known in this city.
J. H. Diehl, the mail agent on the Ne
braska City and Cheyenne routs, got his
foot mixed up with a Wyoming turn
table and received injures that will
cause him to limp for a few dsys.
There will be a big republican meeting
at Bladen, Friday evening, Oct. 10, Hon.
J. S. Gilham, Hon. Jas. McNeny and
Mark Warner. The Blue Hill band will
be there. Everybody come.
All parties who pledged Smith and
Huokins subscriptions will please call on
R. B. Fulton. cojlsasV, sad pay the same
ss thesosjaftsSsTui seed of the foads.
sS R. B. Fclto2.
John Shirey (our John) of Miadea
feels as big as a young bey with a aew
pair of pantaloons all because his noise
"scooped the platter" at the rsets ia
Minden the other day. Tha&2L Coats
over John aad wall give you a whirl
with our fast boras.
Hoa. A. K. Goady wss ia ths city this '
week, xte m going over
feels sits jubilant at the
republican party. Mr.
ths bast ansa on the tic, aaes? sleeted
will fill the etate i
with honor and ability.
Tassewaaasarprise party oa Mr.C.
W. McKay oa Monday evaaia
and will ko to
j Red dead.
P. W. Shea, who for a m
traveled for Steal,
tad a aunabsr nositaoa with a
hones sad will have abwafsrsassanassry
Mr. Shan ia earn af tha haat mmi ssssi
popular trsveliagfaen we have STsrsast,
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Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, October 10, 1890
- U. S. GoVt Report, Aaf. 17, ilSf.
The foUowinf ia tbs report of achool
district number 76 for tha Montk andiaff
Sept 4th. Nuaaber of papUa enrolled 34,
average attendance 22, number of riaitora
3. Miner Kent, Susie Atnaek, Gertie
Coon, Mayo Pope, Leigh Pope, Alice
Pope, Nellie WUeon, Winnie Pope, Eu
gene Andrus, Henry Street and Ralph
Pope were preeant every day daring the
month. F. E. Wells, Teacher.
The chautauoua circle meets with
Mrs. Ksley Monday Oct 13, at 730.
Remember initiation fee, COcta.
PROGRAM FOR OCT. 8E00XD WEEK.
Roll call Question box on astronomy.
Table talk Item of England history.
Lesson Suggestions on each of the
required readings on "Early."
Briton and studies in astronomy by
Music in Vesper Hymns.
Paper on "astrology," by Mrs. Taylor
Reading, "Mysteries of astronomy,'' by
Reading, "Procession of stars and
souks" by Mr. Cotting.
Opening of question box by commit
tee. THIRD WEEK.
Roll call Quotation about children.
Table talk General news.
Six questions on each of the required
readings, by secretary.
Discussion Are parents rssponstbls
for what a child does with his existence?
Reading by Mr. Albright, "The spoiled
Roll call Answer by giving nana of
an English ruler.
Table talk Current events.
Lesson Questions in the chautauqua,
selected by committee.
Music Vesper Hymns.
Resding-"Alfred the Great," by Mias
Reading "The Saxons discuss Christ
ianity," by Mr. Deyo.
Mrs. Lacra E. Dewkey, Sec.
Mr. A. P. Johnson received s carload
of fine potatoes.
Mrs. Tboa. Richardson and niece and
Mrs. Wheeler Wicks left last Thursday
evening for Washington.
Mr. Hontz and his sister, Mrs. Barton
started from Campbell to Washington.
On account of some of ths speakers
not being prepared the gold medal con
test was postponed until Tuesday even
ing October 1.
On Friday evening Oct. 10, there will
be a republican rally at Bladen. Able
speakers will address the people. Music
by the Blue Hill brass band. Let every
body come. S
of Walnut Creek met for
of organizing a non-par .isan
bitory amendment league.
R B. Fulton, president of the county
league, took the chair and 'after some
weu cnoaea remarks, tne Kev. E. J. Kan-
daU of Red Cloud, delivered an sd-.
disss giviag some aaanawsrsbls reasons
ror aupporuag the amsBdmsat, which
were weu received by the audteace, after
which Mr. Fulton spoke again for a
short time snd then the ofaosrs were
elected: ferk Noble pre, Hsrris Noble
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vMs-pres Joseph Noble sea. Mrs. H.
After decidiag that
of the lesgae should be held st
weak on Msadsy svesiags.
altsraatdy, up ths creek sndtasa down.
The nxt meeting was appoiated at Fal
ton school house'TJctober 0th.
war ths state sad J! Satarday, the 17th, of Sept
th.prospeetof ths 7"V 1 V kmlr
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Editor Liadwy of tke Holdradgv Nuf -net,
Judge Bmj and two other Kenttaneo,
from Phelp county were on an investi
gating tour thia week.
Delegates from Buffalo, Phelps, York
and many other counties have been here
this week hunting! up McKeighan's re
cord and they have gone away full of it
J. W. Jayne, of tbs Axtell Republican,
ta oldest sad yet the youngest printer
in the state was a caller thia week. He
was hers sftsr Macs record. Mr. Jayne
commenced the printing business at the
early age of 00 years, and has pat ia one
year st it Quite s boy.
The selection of Mr. M.R. Bently for
secretary of the agricultural society, was
one of the wisest strokes of policy that
the society has developed. While the
office came to him unsolicited and unbe
known to him, yet it could not have been
put into better hands, as he Is thorough
ly conversant with the needa of ths asso
ciatkm and will use his best endeavors
to make the fair a brilliant success next
Prof. A. K. Goudy of Red Cloud, the
republican nominee for state superinten
dent, hss spent nearly twenty yearn in
sctive, faithful and efficient school work
in Nebraska, in various capacities, and
his eminent fitness for the high office is
acknowledged by all. He has a wide ac
quaintance in Nebraska, especially among
the educators of the state, and his pop
ularity will place his majority among the
highest on the state ticket McCook
N. Pstmor was in Sioax city last
and reports that city on a boom
and one of the most enterprising towns
in ths west Sioux city hss bet.n built
up by festering manufacturing institu
tions, and that ia the ground work upon
which all towns most work upon if they
wish to build cities. Beatrice is anoth-
f. mfa-JfmJW ojbe wss the
size-of RetMsouo, today she has 15,000
people. Manufacturing institutions did
it Will Red Cloud be a city or not?
Ths state republican ticket, and that
on down to our county ticket, are made
up of the beat material in the state, hien
who if elected will fill their respective of
fices with credit Do not be beguiled by
the soft snd plausible utterances of men
who have s few isms to confront you
with, sad a Urge degree of soft soap, who
tell you that if you elect them, you will
live in clover and that you will always be
happy thereafter. Their story is all right
for political buncombe, but it will not
McKeighan is losing ground all orer
the district He can not be elected to
congress under the heavy load which he
is compelled to carry, it will ultimately
break his political bsck. The scheme of
course is a democratic one, and when it
ia generally known that the democrata
are playing independent in order to elect
him, the republican element begin to
drop him. The f sets are Mac can not
hold a candle to Mr. Harlar, as com
pared with the ability of both gentleman.
Mr. Harlan will be our next congress-
The independent party will have an
immense rally here on the 21st Noted
speakers will be here, and a big time gen
erally will be had. Don't forget the
A meeting of all the committeemen of
the non-psatissn prohibitory amendment
j leagaa of Webster county is called at the
courthouse for Oct 11th, at 2 o'clock p.
1, Business of importance to be tran-
laacted. A ft-ood attendaaaaaa desired.
There will bo
supportera of tbVfflaependent movement
(whether members of the alliance or not)
held at the fairgrounds Saturday, Oct
13, at 2 o'clock p. bl, for the purpose of
Bcsmiaatiag township oAcers for Red
Goad township. As follows: One clerk
oas sssassor, oae treasurer, one overseer
of pablic highway and two cooatablee.
A. J. Meaxs, Cosa.
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McNitt & Galusha,
For less money than anyone this year.
Goods neverwere offered so
as this year, on
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better suit than
In overcoats the price is from 1 to S3 less
In underwear we catch th.m Come and
now ready in every department with
most seiected st ric of
1 h;s is the ONLY complete estnhiishnient of
the kind in the city.
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FDrNI) ANYWHKRE, and eyer article goaranteed aa
represen'e'f. AVe try TO DO business on a sensibla plaiit
without nnneceasary buncombe OK KRAGGEBATIO.
Werall especial attention to our entire new stock of Milliav
ery, ander the charge of MISS AUCE BUTTON, aad aw
aited by the artistic trimmer, Mi Iual Leto, of Ckkstga
A. PICKENS & SON.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Propose to sell
account of this fact.
you ever bought before
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