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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1891)
The Famous Cocoa of Europe.
The people of Red Cloud are invited to call on
Friday, June 3, lBtl.
Entered at the Tost Office la Red flood, Neb.,
as mail matter of the second class
Fine watch repairing, artis
tic letter and monogram en
graving at T. E. Penman's
Machine oil at Dcyo's.
Go to Dcyo for fishing tackle.
Machine oils of all kind at Dcyo's.
Hammocks and croquet at Cot
ting's. Crops are looking fine and
Mr. S. . Coxed is ii Linooln this
week on business.
Sam Foe and G, A. Miller have re
turned from Denver.
The wheat and oat harvest is almost
here and is abundant.
Fire! Fire! Fire! Fireworks at
Dcyo's in endless variety.
The hottest day of the season must
hayebcen last Wednesday.
The board of supervisors meet July
15, for transaction of general business.
Fred Sterner has secured a job in
Lincoln, where he goes in a day or two.
The trains were delayed yesterday
by washouts caused by the heavy
J . L. Miller the harness man has a
full line of rubber and leather belting
Amos Cowden has gone to Hot
Springs, Arkansas, to work for Geo.
Charley Kesler was arrested this
week for a violation of the Sands law
and fined $20 and costs.
For oats, rye, and corn chop of the
finest quality call on, C. M. Myers,
Perkins & Mitchell's old stand. t2
Don't you forget it that the reunion
of old soldiers and sailors will take
place atfRed Cloud Sept. 15 to 19, '91.
MissLillie Smith is home from
Lincoln on a visit. She is taking in
structions oa tnc piano and in voice
Tke rain Thmrsday was very hard,
Nebraskans cam't say it sever rains
it is all rain and the ground is
Tie Ladies B. H. M. Societym will
give a social next Thursday evenig in
the Court House yard. Come, and
have a goo4 time, and plenty of re
fresomeats. Lycurgms, omr proauneat Bed Cloud
korsevroafratawmey tke other day
iallliaois aad Made it it 1:22. He
is gettiaf lis tinu eTowa croatx aad
'dcWaadwillBMke itia20 keftrt loag.
TaWneaTjraia fall all em tke
eoaatrr. aad tke frequent cloud burst
MtatiagsdkaTOc. la away cue
affcts, ana bants, aad tke over
lowiog of streams destwyta
Oar Reel Clonal Boys.
While on our western trip Tni
Cmir met quite a large number of
Red Cloud's former citizens. At
Denver, we saw Mr. George Able,
aad family. Mr. D. M. Piatt, Mr.
Brubaoher, U. G. Knight and C. B.
Hosford. All were doing nicely. At
Gecn River, Wyoming, we met Char
ly Chase, Billy Buckbee and Johnny
Holts. These boys each have a lu
crative position on tho U. P. Ry.
At Poeatella, Idaho, we saw George
Young, formerly of Red Cloud. At
Ogden, Utah, we beheld the familiar
figures of our old and esteemed
friends, John R, Shirey, D. H. Kaley
and Laird Wallace. All art prosper
ing. Messrs. Wallace and Kaley are
both in lucrative businesses and are
making money rapidly. At this plaee
also we met Mr. W. F. Cover formerly
of Red Cloud, and a son of George
Guilford. Mr. D. Frank Parker and
wife are also there and getting along
in good shape. Walter Warren is
also there. At Salt Lake City, we
run onto the familiar and genial Will
Smith and wife. Mr. Smith is en
gaged in the wholesaling of lumber,
land is rapidly getting to that position
in life where he will not always have
to labor. Will is the same old fellow
and always pleased to meet a Red
Cloud citizen. At the same place we
had the pleasureof meeting an old
time friend, Rev. Faulkcnburg and
his two sons, who are engaged in the
job printing business, and are getting
along splendidly. Representatives
from Red Cloud can be found in most
every quarter of the glebe, and what
Is better all are getting their share of
the world's good and The Chief is
glad of it. Success to them.
Of the best lot in the city. When
in want of anything in this line re
member Perkins & Mitchell's old
stand one door south of Miner Bros.
Iaiuraacc Against Hall.
Geo. O. Yciser is prepared to insure
crops against damage from hail.
Now is the time to insure also against
loss from fire and wind.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the late firm of Blakeslee 6s
Hateh, will please eall aad settle ac
counts. F. G. Blakeslee.
Coamensiag Friday June 12th at 3
o'clock and eaek succeeding Friday.
There will be a series of matinee races
at tke fair grounds. There will be
good horses on the track and you are
invited to attend.
FOR HARDWARE 4k STOTES
Go to Moraarfu.
He has the inest line of stoves
ever seen in the city. He has tke
celebrated Garland cook aad keatert,
aad a fall line of others eqaally as
good. Hardware at tke very lowest
f cures for cask. Do not bay stores
or hardware aatil yoa sec me. Opera
house block, Webster street
T. R Hayes, kaa purchased
v auey Mouse Hack and is bow pre
pared to respond to calls at all koars
of tke day aad eight Orders skeuld
be left at McAvoy's livery stable east
of the Hollaed House. Price 25ets
to any part of tke city. tf
A FREE TREAT to the
Best and Goes the
the following grocers
invitation is extended
Mr. John L. Springer has gone to
Grand Island to work in the sugar
Mrs. Hacket, who has been quite sick
is improving under the care of Dr Mo
ranville of Ked Cloud.
N, I. D. Smith rand wife, were north
of the river last Saturday' visiting their
daughter Mrs Reed.
Miss Lsisy Croft was the guest of Miss
Smith this week.
Childress day exercises were held at
the Congregational church on the 21st,
the house was nicely decorated the mus
ic and recitations were good and the col
lections for the times, liberal.
Mr. T. Blunt, who was stricken with
paralysis two years ago, was burned
from the M. E. church Sunday.
Several of-our young ladies are attend
ing the teachers' institute at Red Cloud.
Mr. Hollingworth from Iowa is visiting
his sister, Mrs. Hanawalt
Pastor Ely and daugters of Red Cloud,
were callers at the Cowles pesonage on
The farmers are making the dirt fly
and the weeds die this iae weather.
Rain seems to be the order of the day,
and is giving the fanner plenty to do in
the way of riding their corn fields of
August Woberman is still suffering
from the effect of his fall, and hp re
covery is very doubtful.
M. L. Hill a resident of Line township
but at present at working in Blue Springs
Nebr was struck in the eye by a small
scale of iron which causes him to carry
his eye in a sling.
The annual school meeting of district
Na3t takes place at 2 o'clock P. M. on the
29th day of June 1891, every person that
is intersted in a good school should be
presentThe republican river has been on
a boom for the last few days aad it is
rumored that Red Cloud contemplates on
taking one in the near future it is hoped
that the scheme wont subside as quick
as that of the river, so go on with the good
work enterprise is what we want and
need and the sooner the better.
O if the Red Cloud boom
Should only prove true
We will fill a glass to every lass
And wish all our friends most dear
Many a happy day and many a happy
year. J'eckjb uood bistes.
National Educational Association
Convention, Toronto Canada, Jar 14
17,1891. Foe the above occasion rouad
trip tickets will be sold to Toronto, Can
ada at the lowest one-way Irst dees
rate plus two dollars, tke rate aatkoriaed
applies only via Detroit Pott Huron and
the Canadian Routes aad not via
Buffalo or Niagra Talk,
Dates of sale from fetiiasiaNeorsska
and Kansas. July 813 iadaaive trip
must be began aa date of saw and tiek
eta will oar be goad for aoatmaoas eaae
age. Tickets will car be good for return
on trains leaving Toronto Jar 14 to Sept.
25 inclusive aad will hrve a return linut
offivedaya from the time they are'
stamped aad executed tor return ay the
ageat of the terminal ha at Toronto.
Tickets will not be geed for re tarn
pamage after Sept 30th, ltti. The Bur
lington has been caceease the Oafcinl
route to Chicago aad a special traia will
leave Omakaatoat 9 F M Sunday
Jurla,wkiah mitt ma tareemh to
Toronto withont carnage, nanenaav tow
ezoarskm rates kve ansa ssadetrem To
ronto to Caaadiaa nomas in tke New
England States, New York, etc,
tor a trip to aa nenms
to points ea tnm hem not
milm distant, at rata of
or a a a.
Flour of ketk winter aad spriag
wheat, groceries aad gareea see
First deor eentk at Miaer Brae.
C. M. Minis, Frep.
and taste a cup of this
to every family to come
Use Van Houten's Cocoa.
Use Yan Houten's Cocoa.
Read our new ads is this issue.
Mr. A. L. Funk was in the city this
Mr. Bently has sold his buggy
Van Houten's Cocoa, once tried al
Your doctor recommends Van Hou
Van Houten's Cocoa once tried
Van Houten's Cocoa has the largest
sale in the world.
Don't forget the 4th. It will be
here in full bloom.
Van Houten's Cocoa has the larg
est sale in the world.
Some one poisoned Anson Higby's
big dog the other day.
Mr. Burr formerly of the Blue Hill
Times, was in the city this week.
Bud Tulleys and Miss Montie Tul
leys are home from the no rth-west.
Call on the grocers and taste Van
Houten's Cocoa, which is served free.
Van Houten's Cocoa awarded the
highest merits at the principal exhi
bititions all over the world.
Van Houten's Cocoa takes like
cakes and it is safe to say that
and coffee will be given the shake
A good housewife is always on
lookout for a healthy beverage
her family. Use Van Houten's Cocoa.
The teasher's institute is now in
fall blast with a large number of stu
dents present. All seem to be inter
ested and alive to the interests of ed
ucation. Prof. Hunter, has an able
corps of assistants and is doing good
H. A Houghton, for many years a
Sromineat traveliag man for the State
ournal, is now proprietor of the
Dearer Live Stock Record, one of the
best stock dailies in the west It is
a rustler and every stock man ought
AL Aaltx is aow ranaiag the town
kerd aad has succeeded in dsing a
eice business. He has a large number
of cows, and will be pleased to take
a few more at rcasoaable prices. AI
is a carefal fellow aad will take good
care of year stock if entrusted to him.
Tke State board of public lands
aad baildings are sow iavcstigaiag
ike misdealiags and general crooked
ness at tke issaae hospital at Has
tiags. It seem tkat the manager of
that institution kas been running
tkings with a kigh kaad.
Til Cnixr is still on deck -aad can
aad will do job work jast as cheap,
aad ia jest ss good style as asy offee
in tke valley, aotwitkstadiag the na
derkaaded iasiaaatioas of aapriaci
pled contemporaries whose bamp of
self esteem is semewkat larger than
their expeneace. Come sad s?e for
Mr. Jacob Fisker, tke baker, kas
koaa kenered nitk special permission
ta supply tke table af tke Van Bon
tea's Ceeea exikitiea with chocolate
sake made from Van Heaten'i Cecea.
Tic aesple efHastiags skoald call
aad sample this delicious cake whick
U sxvtd free witk tke eecee. Haa
Cocoa of America.
delicious beverage, which will be served free on
and bring their friends.
The Great success of Van Houten's
Cocoa has led to niaiy imitations,
hut comparison will prove that none
can equal it.
This wcok the Great Family Weekly
has been the victim of a strike, where
by two of His Satanic Majesty's imps
have decided that the hardships of
the printing office were too great,
and so they layed down their sticks
and walked out, to pursue the derious,
and uncertain passages of the average
tourist of the profession. Thus the
world do move.
George Guilford and Frank Kuehn
have now in full running order, their
new meat market. George has been
in the moat market business since
childhood's gentle hour, and fully un
derstands the business, while Frank
is fully competent as to what composes
a good beef, and togathcr they pro
pose to do business, and do it on a
cash basis. The Chief wishes them
The plans and spcciGcation for the
new electric street railway for lied
Cloud are now under consideration.
This road will put Ked Cloud on a
good footing for rapid transit pur
poses. We undestand the new car line
will be almost five miles long. Ked
Cloud has a good horse car line, but
is not content with the old style of
street car trasit, but proposes to
keep pace with the larger cities of the
The great popularity and large de
mand for Van Houten's Cocoa in
Kearney has stircd the grocers there
to push this as one of their specialties.
The elegant exhibition in the grocery
stores there have been the means of
calling out old and young. The sales
have been simply immen?c, and from
the efficient way that this Cocoa has
been introduced the grocers arc sure
to have quite a demand for it. Has
To California, Oregon. Waa
lagtoa aad other Western
polats la Pallasan Colonists
Sleepers Tla, the Union Fa
cile. Th constant demand of the trareilB?
pablictotke West for a comfortable aad
at the seme tine an economical mode of
trarelisg; has led to the establishment of
what ia knows as Pullman Colonist Sleep
The car are farniabed complete with
good comfortable hair maitrtsee, warm
blanket, Snow, white Uses, esrtaia
vhieh secarvtoth occsp&st of a berth
as stsch privacy aa is to k had in nrst
dass sleepers, plenty of towels, combs,
brashes, eta There are alo separate
toilet rooms for Udiea aad gentlemen,
and smoking is absolutely prohibited.
Another fact so: to be overlooked it
that these Pellman Cokmist Seepers are
attached to the daily fast express train
thm enabling passengers oeeapying
these cars to make the same time a
oeeapanta of lnt-dass PrnUmaa Sleepers.
A, charge of $3-00 for a lower or spper
doable berth is made between Coeseil
Ks. Omaha or Kansas City and San
Francisco or Portland
For those farsisbing their own bedding
free berths are given ia Fcllmaa CeJenut
Cars ranning between Cosaeil Brs,
WTsen City and Portland.
Tne rnSman Colonist Sleeper is es
pecially eemmended for the see of the
lionueastfr who is soring t the vest
witn nis family, aad who desires cem
sertaat sleeping accomodations enroste
ken eaonet aforf te pay the irst-dass
Penman Weeping Car far.
Ferameiter descriptire of any state e?
territories tareegh lue& the Union
Paoine ran, or fee rates, time ef train
etc., sic. apply e E.L. LOMAX. Genl
Pees, saw ticket Agent. Oaaaha, Ken.
of MEB 3LIJ
Ladies Bring Your
Xotlcc of Male.
Notico ia hereby given, that by virtuo
of n chattel mortgago dated on tho first
day of Juco, 1S91, and duly tiled in tho
ollico of tho county clerk of Welwter
county, Xobraaka, on tho 1st day of Juno
1891, and executed and dohvered by
John J. Ducker to Geo. A. Ducker, to
secure tho payment of four thouwiml
800 and iivo and 11 lOOths dollars upon
which thero ih now duo tho sum of four
thousand six hundred and ninety-oun 11
lOOths dollnra. Default having bonn
matlo in tho condition of nnid mortgao
and in accordanco with tho terms and
conditions of said tnortffago I will wll
tho property therein described towit:
All that stock of dry goodfl, notionn,
cloaks, furnishing goods and wares nod
merchandise of cvory namo nature, and
description now in tho fitoro room in lot
elov en, block twenty bix in tho city of
IUxl Cloud, Nebraska, also tho safe and
etoro fumituro therein and all book no
counts (tho snmo being tho stock of
goods and property owned by and in the
possession of said John J. Ducker firm
to the 1st day of June, 1991,) at public
auction at tho etoro now occupied by me
in said lot 11, block 20, in tho said city
of Hed Cloud, Nob., on tho 3d day of
July, 1S91, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day.
Dated June 10, 1691.
Notice I hereby giten Hut under and ly vir
tue of kq nlrr of sale Imuc1 from th oCfce el
C. H. Crone, clerk of thn dUtflct court of the
clKhth Judicial dUtrlct within anU for ttcr
county, ycbnmka. ujon decree In n action
(ending therein. hcrr In K Cochrane I plain
tiff and against Xoah O. Thomxi and JcIteron
fl. Thomas defendant. I thali offer for sale at
public rendu to the hkrht blddr for ca.h In
hand at the at door of the courthouse In Rrd
Cloud, in said Webster county, Nebraska, i that
ti-lns the bulletins wbcrtln the lau tera ef
said court was holuen)on the
7tk Day or July, A. D. Il,
at 1 o'clock p. ra.of al! dar the fellonlng Ar
erlbcil projicrty towit: Ixtl nte ant ill la
block one in Kalry and Jackson's addition to
the town of Ked Cloud. Webster courtjr. e
braks. Ulren under my hand this Ith day of June,
C A. Tkzu SbeiifL
G. R. Chancy. Malntfari Attorney. OU
In the District Court of WcMter Couaty.
A J Tonlinson, 1
F. D. Hnmrad. J
The defendant herein h hereby notlfrd tha
on the nt day of June. IB!. pUiaUS filed w
peUttoo against hla ta the shore eourt, praying
Judzaieat for toe uas of HM2 which ptajaUa
alleges to be doe hiss from said drreadact, and
that the derk ef aideort en th day of
June. IK)!. Hael aa order oi aiurhsnt
asaicst him for said am. aad the d'fesdast Is
Berebrnotl8l to appear before said ert oa
the 34 day of Aujtw. 1. a4 aarwer said p-
Eed aood. N'tlu Jane S. 1W.
W. L. DOUGLAS
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