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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1892)
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THE OLD WORN OUT FELTS, ARTICS
And Heavy Boots.
Let us fit you out of our
BIG SPRING STOCK
With Seasonable Goods of the .Best make, at the
We are confident of suiting all comers out of
our well selected stock.
Remember the place
cincinnati shoe store.
Blakeslee & Kaley.
B. & M. R. R. Time Tabic.
Taking effect Nov. 5,
Trains carrying passeueers leuve l?rt rlmul
as follows: .J
No. 132 Passenger to Bf ''
Oil cake at Devo's.
ODDS AXD EXDS
Try those raaket cigars at Cotting's
Painting material of all kinds at
Havens horse and cattle food at
Ed Cook is clerking in Henry Died
rich shoe store.
Farm loans at lowest rates.
D. J. Myers.
"W. J. Orchard of Exeter, was visit
ing his father, H. K. Orchard this
F. V. Taylor, allows no one to sell
more goods than he doe?, at prices
that are low, for good goods.
A House and lots in Bed Cloud to
trade for a farm. Will assume
mortgage. 3t C. W. Kaley.
Farm loans at lowest interest.
Strictly first-class loans at lower rates
than has ever been given in this coun
ty before. Option to pav part or all
at end of any year. 0. F. Catheu.
The following subHorikm-a hva
The non-partisan caucus met in the
court-house on Monday evening and
proceeded to put in nomination the
following city officers:
For Mayor D. B. Spanogle.
For Treasurer Henry Cook.
For Clerk T. J. Ward.
For Engineer F. A. Kuehn.
For School-Board J. A. Tulleys
and C. F. Cather.
For Aldermen 2d Ward D. J. My
ers and C. H. Potter.
First Ward Ed Pulsifer and Joe
The convention was one of the most
harmonious conventions that we have
ever attended and those present (about
250) seemed to have forgotten past
differences and settled down to a
realization of the necessity of the
people pulling together, at least that
was the way it looked that night
The city officers, Messrs Spanogle,
Cook, Ward, etc , are among our best
men, and we believe will be elected,
and any attempt to swerve from the
decision of the non-partisan conven
tion should be frowned upon as a dis
turber of the neacft of tin's wimmnni.
COME AND SEE OUR
No. 130 Freight for Ha?--
No. 131 Passenger i
Xu. Ifi. Passenger to St
umis and Chicago da
No H I'auMjngc-r tolvari
Wall paper at Cot?."
Quite a little flurr '
D. B. Spanogle h'
Buy your paints tgjf
Mrs. C. Wiener is
in llin PflKt..
Joe Williams of C? -
city Sunday. t
Bct. 0. H. Trurd
"i.' -i m J
rarniers gci you
soaking wheat at
The public schlU"
week's vacation nex
Tuff Sutton and
a little set-to on W
The Lincoln mis
best on the market'
move to McCook
secured a situation
Mr, C. Wiener wiv.
"iu. his show windows.
sbrother of Mr. Sjiin Bru
moved to Webster tx '
Inavale. A would-be writer from this city
We are the boss looking couple. over the names of "Will" and "Con
A distressing accident occurred, stant Reader" in the Democrat and
oyer in the state of Walnut one day "Clip" in last week's Nation is hurl
last week, being the complete destruc- ing aoethemas aud falsehoods at the
tion by fire of Mr. Monroe Sharp's head of the Poor Firmer. Djrs the
house. The loss was considerable, poor fool think he cm make the peo
but the worst of "it was the loss of pie believe that d fferent ones are do
everything inside the building in the ing this writing ? Well, no 1 The
way of furniture, bedding, dishes, etc. cloven hoof protrudes from all of
A subscription was set going by Mrs. them as plainly as did the Bpot of
Holdredge of Scott, and a consider- blood on the fatal key that led to
able sum was raised to go towards Bluebeard's chamber. He aFSumes
helping the "stricken family. There the role of morality and virtue. Now
was no insurance. wouldn't that cork you ? He, of all
The cow may well jump over the mjon
And the little dog lauch to his fill.
The jackass may bray a soft, sweet tune -When
the county seat goes to Blue 11111.
"Dennis" will lead Jim Vance in prayer,
And the Poor Fanner work with a will,
MciTue and "Ed" will meet over there,
When the county seat goes to Blue lilll.
Tniman will talk republican truths
And Homer forget a priming bill;
"The boys" won't object to belug youths,"
When the couuty seat goes to Blue Hill.
Jake Miller an office will get
And 3icKeighau get through a bill,
While Shields and Nick will cease to frPt
When the county seat goes to Blue Hill.
The judgment day will come and go
And all our tongues be still.
When the Lord tells the people-to
Move the count seat to Blue MIL
wiil live in tLe futu.
Johnson & Co., ma
second hand goods, . v
four dojrs south of Miner xros
The new milliner and
inir establishment of
soil and Baker is nc
Kaley law office.
Jt is not what .
it sell. The pcopler .
in medicine as in ayt-.
Another fire occi-f
Monday night. Itjf
the work of an jgj
building is reporX -Kochler
Mrs. Mary Conover
has been visiting it
come days, jefurne.d
pyemng, tamng wi
at: T.-:jt' l?.n.
J1I3 XVI LLV UitlllM. '
" Tlig dam at tho. T
other day and ag t
city was in darkn &
the best country o
supplied the long-fel -c
each evening. &C
The McKanlass (&
which held forth
Tuesday night was U
iliat has been in He
dz. livery acto,.r
ttuincir, and .up S'.r
ilanciiig was bird tcrA-.
C. B. & Q. engm ,
thcB. &M. and ru
Cloud, was sentbacl -week,
as tlie compan)
engines of its own
"Q" encine o57 at D.en.
it shortTy. Mccook' Tri
Our old friend, W
Jeans, was in Bed .
Hie week Ippkinj:. i,
fouchiu tjesn wiq
He now holds a s'tq
M. a conductoi- ani turtauiii
liim level-headed, subscribed for the
Great Family Weekly. Thanks.
Wnd Cloud should huv the Electric
lier'.it nlnt ?n that th
The undersigned will give a-suit-
It would seem from the result of men, to don that robe, and in a county able reward for any information con-
the trial in the district court that where he is known. He, whose name cerning the whereabouts of his son,
, ..,-,.. . vi u .. n i,n Erufst Bran, who left Bostwick, Ne-
Czardine Cather, of Catherton, is not ,s a common household jest. He who braska on'Sat'urdaV March 5th! tak-
considered as good authority on sur- has scarcely a friend left but that is iug with h;m pony with poached
veying as was the government survey: ashamed to o?sn him. mane. Boy is 15 years old and
or that surveyed this country. Strange. It's a shame to kick a man whan weighs about 130 pounds. Please
passing strange. How does Dick he's down; when credit and friends kave inform .tion at the Argus office,
Payne take it ? have left him and dark clouds cnase - '
nhoo TTnnfor !mo sold his hardware each other over his skies: but if a
store here to Mr. Lewis Kenyon. man is bound to keep up a row until Oklahoma Excursion, March 22,
Lew is a general favorite with- the the cold clods cover him, then the 1892, agents in Nebraska and Kansa,
boys and will do well. Mr. Hunter other parties might as well have some may sell tickets ifo points on lines of
.,, - . . ti A- i . .. . . the A. T. & S. F. and C. K. I. & P.
will confine his attention henceforth fun too. R in he ternt0 of Oklahoma at
strictly to the stock business and to -wS f- for the round trip. Ball
the buying of grain. sobyacnriousandotnnl-presentflaw tickets March 22ndwith transit limit
And now comes the South Side al' The Honah or some citizens is Jaw, Jaw, jaw. of one day in each direction and final
How long, Oh iiord, how long f limit of April 21st btop overs will
.re to build and equip a first-class ele- ane nation nassom ire u up u -- ; J "
We are always Pa" 0I lQe coa"1 out " lh a" A Conover
e above Mentions Suit are
display of children and boys' suits is a
1 little the nicest shown yet.
CAG0 CLOTHING STORE.
liance with the good news that they
J vat.nr Iipta at Tn aval ft
.. , .www kwv - - -- - .
glad to hear of anything of the kind lows such articles to creep into its cl
fe. 1,.tw. nn nlrf ad, that runs umns as it did last week fromlnaVdU
The town board f Garfield town
ship will meet in regular session Tues
day March 28 at the office of town
lint. fTifw?- is an old adaire that runs
m ? A. II a a 1 1 rf n E rt . 9 mA
like this: "Seeing is be- " W1U cerwiuiy v -"" '"
the naked n artlcle fa" fl tterJ to tne aln
, ,,. i . , i uay i'ldiviu J oi niu u
truth." At least, that's thj way Mc- ance aQU a,auye ""' uu" uocu "'" clerk to audit accounts and for such
Kew says it. aa a cloak f0 - eld the wn'er wh,,e othr business as may legally como
The dcatn of Mrs. B. R. Pitney e amu3C tne people of the town and before it. J M. Earner, Clerk,
cast a gloom over the whole neighbor- " b one wh ,IM Probably sa d Notice.
hood ior several days. Mrs. PiUey oe mean taings about the alliance The towQ Gar.
well-known and universally loved and its members than anyone else in fipjd township will be held at the Kent
school-house district Ho. 7, Tueday,
April 5th. Qualified voters request
ed to be present.
2tr John M. Earner, Clerk.
nrt the monrniner was indeed creat. tbe county,
"Precious in the sight of the Lord is And the end seems to be not yrt'
thedeatLof his saints." ' Bl11 B.ethraer brought down the
Mr. E. H. Calkins and Mrs. Call of following lines Saturday in the mail
St Louis, son and daughter of Mr. b'g from Otto. They were 1. eked up
and Mrs. Pitney, were present at their, twhen the fack was opened they
mother's funeral last Sunday, and vis- 60t awaJ'
ited relatives here a few days after
ward. While Mr. Lewis Kenyon, our pop
ular hardware man, was emptying a
keg of nails one day last week, he
discovered the skeleton of a human
finger. It was the index finger of the
left hand and was in such a good state
of preservation that the joints wer
not broken yet. Some of the shriv
eled flesh and the nail were still cling
ing to it It had been taken from
the hand at the point where it fastens
The Bed Cloud D ay Lide have four
The Deoole of that town- g"od and heavy mule teams. All
ship are looking for the autlior with a
The HaailwrltlBg ea the wall
A prominent old man of Otto,
While vet toung adopted this motto:
But look out you do not get caught. Oh!'
He was a great man in his borou jb,
And in politics was quite thorougu.
Like U 1,
However, at last to his sorrow.
Now my friends take advice from this nklt.
And he careful you do not get bit, .
Will uot help you the least little bit.
Col. Shinbone has come up out of
his dugout and produced the following
hauling promptly attended to jour
orders solicited. Jxo Barklet,
White man, I got you faded for a
ticket to see Shootin' Crapps; the
cNancst og musical farce commedies.
No vulgariiv; every joke clean and
new. At Opc-ra Hou-e.
The great and only McKanlass to
be seen with Shootin' Crapps. This
minhuB them all faded and he is sup
ported by 20 all colored stars at opera
Earner and King gave an extii
at the Earner echool-house last,
ay night. Which was well at
and proved a great success,
an old physician who has practiced
ie40 years: UI guarantee there is
ise of blood liver or kidney disease
Wild but what "Hepaticure" will
Jy cure. C. L. cotting,
J !.... ....,
Taken From Guard
has become of the Biverton
band? The time is fast ap
ing when serenading will he in
If there is ono thing more
aother that helps a town to
ency, it is a good hand, and
Boiency should be heartily cu
ed and indorsed by the citizens.
J. Overing "from Bed Cloud
our city Monday on Irs way
iklin, to erect a monument in
jf of William Russell.
Samuel Temple, a former resi
I Red Cloud and for some time
employ of W. N. Bichardson
"our city to-day representing
q of Lawrence, Sweny & Horn
'ck commission at South Oma-
Etta, Out-on came up from
oud Friday evening and re
until Sunday morning yisit
jjparents. Hosmer of tot Chief office
3Ioud is. patting in a water
ta( Lweal'ter his presses will
t'arnahan went to Bed Cloud
iy, to attend a sale of blooded
Mr. John McCreeth of Fremont, is beautiful stanzas on the county seit
visiting relatives in the city this week, question. Blue Hill papers please
Mr. Arthur Wolcott expects to start copy,
for Iowa in a few days where he has Waeatae coantjr! Beat Goes to Blae
accepted a lucrative position. The The pigs will be a soaring high
girls are all exceedingly sorry to see une the moonbeams on the tin,
P. . And water will be .turned to rye
nim leave. when the county seat goes to Blue Hill.
' Two hundred acres of prairie brote
right away, Call on ,
H W GULLIFORP
L. H. Bust says he -can sell you
more good nursery stook for a Jdllar
than any man in the county. No
agents to pay.
... .muuiii MUIUC UV it
allow his name to be tise1.
The trees in the durt-house park
should bn looked aftrr by the proper
,v-5 :.., :.,r-i,i ..r n...:.. .i
l. ' L-UlllllllL v:v. -usu-au li xtluitJIlL HIUI'l
,.'.i ... Ki. J -.- .r to beh-wed t pier.-s sj hnrsj- -auu
not nave to aopenu uu inu iu-mn. " ,. ... . ;,A' ; ,
, - - 1 l. TJ, "" lK Ks tt II " ! iitii'-." nil
the river procuring l'K jf lnniUnM hLe t.-ciref-r-he...
,j-n nver, w my the tTam in tup in order to replace them.
river, ff.-B o3t of jis way rvrry once,
in a .v!ii!- oytiflow, and ss a Conse-, ' FV ,r,t rs "f Red Cloud, cb.!
oaen.:c the lights o out as the water,- a Ycas eMer at (his office lat
i. .1, Tirnnrflinc. wvrtr. 1 hurray. Mr. A inters is tvclln-
r 3'ent 1:1 Ivans.!
!r. Jji.nson a:l Laker invite tl.-
Mies oi Ued tTou-i an.i "c-niiy j? jaast Lo-j?r concerns , existing tlie
call and esanune tuCir stock erf Ml;Xuierlcan Book Company. Almena
nicry t-'ooas wnicu aic a uuw uuu u i i'jandealer
the latest styles. They also do dress-
?-r. --i1 V.ra- J :t
at tneir new nome the 18th of March
hi mc- tar
-.-1 T 1
. I iiniir. a . jnovil ill in thia irfln(t
One more of our old pioneer neighbor, Anahc arc all .lad to see him, only
come to make us feel proud n) eb- ho ia an Vxpen,1Vc caller. Come again
stcr county. W.-1 ome.He.ri uvi Sam J .i. c.:.. ...i. . i. t.,;;.
-, - tl" 'v - --m i fc?ll. CCilUUU Htf DUlb IU Ulli J-1Vhj
Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Govt Report, Aug. 17, i88c
..;,nn i-rt. r..r..r. "A..t...- .., .. i-
stiv.i -.;''?i "wiiji n--iiiina uiii ul Hie
making and' teach the tailor system J
Of cuttinc and fitting-- all work guar
Subjects for Sunday March 27th.
antecd, prices reasonable "Oiie door j A. M. MA B.encdiciibn for fear",
ndrlh of ihe city bakery.'" ) ' Jf. A Sectarianism."
mtS hi S
aaaL " aaam
Williams went to. Lincoln
y morning, no doubt to see
Jiving the Wfx Island come to
HvKccby was up from Bed
(S, the genial proprietor of the
House, was transacting husi
eled Cloud Saturday.
g$Uay Ilnnur.c- went to Bed
Ituruay evening to spend tho
Iwith her parents
Henderson of Bed Cloud,
ir city 1'riday 011 busine.;?.
II be CSftcii Ati-ky.t
rprisimr druyirist, C. I. .Cot-
tfrip, who carries t fijjest Btock pf. drugs
perfnmerii'P, toils-t articles, 'bru,shs,
spongest ct an- givinrnway n IaTi!nnm
berct iia bottles o Dr. Miles' celebrat
ed licstorativo Nervine, they "grantee it
. t to cure headnch'c, dizziness, -utrvons pros
" j tration, FleftplessneV?, tl& U effects of
spirits, tobacco, cous, etc. Dni'T'rf.st-t
say it is the Kreatc'i seller they eve- knew
and is nniverfsUjj satisfactory. They al-o
jjuarautlRr;..M;,t,'New Hfsrt Core in
nil ciseAOfr nervo.H or ornanio heart ds-
jse, palpitation, pain vi side, smother
ing, etc, 1 re boc-V r. 'Af-rvons and
ii'.it iiiMtca" fr
1 u no pr-ji.i ti 1:1 kc tarm
toaba at n.io.tblo n. of interot
option payments if dehircd, and old
oans renewed. D. B. SPAXOOtE.
Do 011 .
want a good sewing machiae? Then
sec those New Home Machines at
Peterson's, the implement man.
The Continental Insurance com
pany will insure against hail, etc., this
year and in order to protect yourselves
the larmers should sec A. II. Gray,
Agent, Bed Cloud, Neb.
Something About Benefactor.
We often read that "He was a real ben
efactor ot the .lomun race." With good
reason could this bo applied to anyone
who contributes to the lessoning of the
evils to which flesh is heir to. Rheuma
tism and chronic heaeache have been class
ed as impossible of cure, yet science has
finally demonstrated that they CAN be
cured. Haller's Pam Paralyzer taken in
conjunction with Haller's German Pills,
have effected most extraordinary cares
and has made life a comfort to many,
who never hoped for relief, For sale by
C. L. Cotting.
The Continental Insurance com
pany, A. II. Gray, agent, settled with
Mr. Hodgson for the burning of his
property in just ten days after the fire
Charles Stewart Parnell.
The death of this noted and brilliant
Irishman was caused by tho neglect of a
simple cold. Had he nsed Haller's Sure
Cure Cough Syrup his life might have been
spared many years.
' . .
Ho, there! Calmes, the baker, in
Tra Sleeper's building north of
Tin: Ciiikp office keeps the finest
bread, buns, cakes, pies, &c, in Bed
Cloud. Try hinu tf
Go to Fentress & Zeluff, for a slick
hair cut, clean shave, mustache, black
The Honilicttt IHan In Red Cloud
as well as tho handsomest, and others are
invited to call on any druggist and get
free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for
the throat and lungs, a remedy that is
selling entirely upon i merits and is
guaranteed to relievo and care chronie
and acute coughs, asthma, Bronchitis and
consumption. Largo bottles SO cents and
1. : 1
Mail Box. -
The Chief wants the news... If you
have any personals, news, correspond
ence, etc., that you would like us to
publish, write them and drop them
into our box on thcoffice "door.
Humane Societies Work.
"n all large-cities are branches. oft thb
Humane society founded ay jlerg. A
horse is discovered badly galledor if cat
or injured,, "instantly ,a society member
commands its -rest and the immediate ap
plication of Snller's'Barb Wire Liniment,
which experienc has shown is the ' best
remedy made. .For.sale by C. L. Cotting.
DbRAniMTY and FINISH
Terms to spit customers.
SAD A' J. BAILEY, Ag't.
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