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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1892)
Ever brought to Red Cloud give
such universal satisfaction as
Jno. Slrootman's Ladles' and
Misses shoes. They arc strictly
reliable In every respect, arc
well and' favorably known and
ivc can thoroughly recommend
them for fit, style and service.
Ladles who have .worn them
will wear them again, to those
who have not wc will guaran
tee them to suit and would ad
vise you to try a pair. Wc carry
them In all widths and sizes and
can fit any foot. YOU can get
them only of
11. & M. R. R. Time Table.
Taking effect Nov. 5,
Trains carrying passengers leave Red Cloud
KAST VIA HASTINGS.
No. 122 Passenger to HastinKS, - G:iOjT:ntf
No, 121 Flight far Hastings - ISO p.m.
"-Tassenger from Hastings
-rives 9)41 a. rfh
ISASi VIA W1MOKK,
No. 1C, Tassenger to St. Joseph, 8t,
Louis and Chicago dailv
10:30 a. tn
No 14 Passenger to Kansas Citv and
Atchison, daily. ...
No. 13 Passenger for Denver and in
termediate points, daily, - - 7:30 a.m.
No. IS, Passenger for Denver, daily, 7 :10 p. in.
OXFORD AKD BBD CLOUD ACCOMMODATION.
No. 133 local freight to Oxford daily
except Sunday C :00 am
No. 134 local freight from Oxford dally
except Sdnday 8:15 pm
Candies at Calmes
Calmes for bread.
Wall paper at Cottfngs.
Get your bread of Calmes
Patent medicines of all kinds
C. L. Cotting has put in a fine soda
Dejo's 15 cent wall paper is the
finest in town.
Ico cream, coffee, and cake at tbe
carnival next week.
51. 11. Bentley and wife have gons
to Hot Springs, Ark.
Oranges, bannas, fruits, &c.,
0. Lindley's restaurant.
In correcting our time table last
week wc made one or two error?.
P. A. Getzell a nofd G. A. 11. man
was in Red Cloud the this week.
Miss Nora Nice is vi-uting Iricnds
and relatives in Franklin, tins week.
Frank Kuehn has sold his hutcl er
shop to J. A. McArthur and Joe
Dave Mercer a candidate for con
gress in the first district was in lied
Cloud this week.
Dell Olmsted and his mother and
sieter left for McCook Monday, which
place they will make their future
Children's 6hirt waists can be found
at "Wiener's. The celebrated "Mothers
Friend" costs no moro than inferior
Ezra House who has been in Okla
homa, has returned to Nebraska. He
reports corn four inches high when he
left the territory.
Although the carnival of Thursday
May 12, is a "leap year" any pecuni
ary assistance rendered by gentlemen
will not be refused.
Married at Holland House April 30
Mr. T. W. McLaughlin, cashier of
Bladen Bank and Miss Bessie A
Wright of Cowles, Rev E. L. Ely of
ficiating That Quick Meal Vapor Stove, sold
by W. W. Wright is the best in the
market, furnishes the most heat and
uses one third less gasoline. It is
simply perfection and eclipses all oth
er stoves that use gasoline.
On last Saturday Capt. Munsell,
lost his silver watch, while helping
Mr. Duckcr take care of some Jiogs.
It had Bartlett works, and a chain.
The watch was lost between the de
pot and Charlie Besse's residence.
H.JC. Cutter, our new stock buyer,
is kept busy these days gettiug ground
ready for GOO acres of corn. In a
few days he calculates commencing to
buy stock. He is a yery careful buyer
and we predict will give general satis
faction. Hon. W. A. McKeighan, M. C,
and his daughter Miss Edith, return
ed from Washington 1. C. on Friday
evening. Mr. McKeighan reports the
session of congress as accomplishing
some good work. In all probability
he will bo renominated by the Inde
pendents of Holdrcgc, on the Glh.
He will return to bis duties in Con
gress in about two weeks.
The Calf Shoes Wiener
of the belt made and the
cheap as the cheapest.
For Cab to any Part of tbe CM yr
Leave orders with J. O. Lindley. if
will fill your orders promptly, and give
you good Service. .
J. H. Clixe, Prop.
Blakeslee & Kaley.
ODDS AND ENDS
K. E. Coble, is in Holdrege, on business.
U. E. McDonald, of Genera, Is In the cit)
The new city officers were inducted into office
last Wednesday evening.
Mr. JoeNau. editor of the Blue Dill Wave,
was in the city this week.
mm. Jno. "Wright of Florence, Colorado, is
visiting at the residence of If. A. Shiukle.
Elder Chas. Howe will occupy the pulpit in
the church ot Christ Sunday May 8th, morning
and evening. A cordial welcome.
Prof. C. V. Hemry, of Cotner University,
preached to a large audience morning and
evening Sunday last at the Church of Christ
and gave a very masterly sermon.
Ceo E. McDonald, of Geneva, formerly of
Ttl Cloud, was in tills week. He says that
Tom Majors is the most available man in the
state for governor on the republican ticket.
The city council 6hould prohibit the dumping
of rubbish, manure, etc, in the hollow, near th
south ward school-house. It is an outrage and
should be stopped. It 1ms got to be a nusiancc.
If you desire to see the finest gasoline stove
that has ever been produced, you will be oblig
ed to call on W. W. Wright, the hardware man
in the Kaley Block. It is the Quick Meal Va
por Sto e and discounts ail others for the same
The city council at its meeting Wednesday
evening, ri anted license w jno. romicKy anu
Morris M. Stem. Nels Longtin, will have
his license minted on the 12th. It would have
been done at this meeting but ho failed to get
Webster county teachers it will be to your in
terest to trlvB attention to this notice. If vou
wlM to Improve our scholarship, the Summer
.riii nt. th H:itfiiM nnllM( H-.-trlcp. Nlir..
mil at the Beatrice College. Beatrice. Nebr..
will meet your wants. Term commences June
lSih and continues 8 weeks.
Miss A.Newcomberof falls City. Nebr.. state
organizer ot C. W, B. M. gave a locture at 3:30
p. in . on buuday and organized ait auxiliary of
'ja members the strongest organization, and
elected Mrs. F. B. "Winter president, Mrs. Hen
derson vice-president. 3Irs. A Morhart Secretary
Mrs. O. C. Bell treaure for the term.
Joseph Vanvoltlnburg who died the middlo of
the week and was burned with military honors
bv the members of Garfltid I'ost No. SO. (. a.
It., enli.sted in the service of his country in 'C2
and.serTed until the war ended and was dis
charged in 'Ci. He was a member of the U. B.
church which ho joined in the early part of bis
lift. He was married and was the father of
se en children. He was born In lt15 in Ohio,
and was consequently 78 jears old at the time
of his death.
Wur.itKAS: It lias pleased Our Heavenly
Father to remo e from among us Comrade Tom
Vollenburg, Therefore be It:
Kksolvkd: By Ihe Garfied Fost No. 80 G. A.
H of Ited Cloud that the family be tendered
our keen swnpathy in this tneirhour of trouble
and breaeinent and hoping that tlioy may be
come reconciled to their los by feeling that
our comrade has only gone befortuand that we
Mull all soon meet him on that otter shore.
Samukl Warr. .
Music Mr. Albright, ljssing evening Cir
cle. Duet Mr. and Mrs. Cotting.
Table Talks Fat cuts Faper "Ihirty Years
The ladies of the Congregational clmrcli will
seneice-crcam ill bomu building on Ma'n St.
every isiinrdav afternoon and evenlm: during
June and July.
For Sale at a Bargain.
I desire to dispose of the W J of sec.
19-1-12 in Webster Co. at once, as I need
the money. Apply to Edward Noble.
Savanna, III. for particulars,
The republicans of vVcbstcr county
are begining to be enthused with new
blood. A few years ago where all
was anything but harmonious, is to
day a happy united fellowship, the
members of which are ready to go
forth to battle for the principles un
derljing the greatest political party
known to modern times. The Chief
is pleased to see the unanimity of ac
tion on the part of republicans and
with that kind of feeling wc arc sure
to win this fall and wrest Webster'
county from the hands of fanatics
who have their faith wrapped up in a
party composed of calamity howling
and abuse of other great parties.
The Chief is republican,believes inthe
doctrines of its greatest heroes, Lin
coln, Grant, Conkling, and all those
great men who have figured iu the
magnificent work that it has accom
plished in the past Be enthusiastic
and cncigetic and the victory is ours.
The electric light plant has been
appraised at 10,000 and will be sold
in six weeks in accordance with an
order of the U. S. Court. Here is an
opportunity of a life time. Bed
Cloud has been paying $1600 per an
num for lights. Wc are informed
that a responsible firm proposes to
buy the plant if Red Cloud will vote
$20,000 in bonds at 7 per cent inter
est, and after ten -cars the plant is
to belong to the city The company
also propose to furnish the city 20
arc lights free. In ten vcars the city
would sayc $10000 and besides
own the lights. After deduct
ing the $16,000 from the $20,000
bonds and the interest $1S000 making
$3S,000, the plant would cost Bed
Cloud $22,000, and in ten years be
come the property of the city. The
bonds running 20 years. The plan
will be presented to the city council
for actiou in a few bavs. At least
it will pay the city to investigate the
matter and sec if it is not a good in
vestment. The city either ought to
do that or buy the plant outright. ,
Hail! Hall! Hail!
fl. E. Pond, will write Hail insur
ance in one of the best cbmpanfts rep
resented in the west as cheap s any.-
Croquets sets at Deyo's.
Try those raaket cigars at Cotting's
Londoudery mineral water at Deyo's
Lew Albright was in Lincoln this
Paints and oils, brushes varnishes
&c, at Deyo's.
Fine neck wear a specialty at Chi
cago clothing store.
W. S. Gather and wife were visit
ing in Lincoln this week.
If you want wall paper or window
skades, go to Cottings.
For correct fitting clothing go to
Chicago clothing store.
Wc have tho best stock of hats in
the cily. Chicago store.
Harry Pond has money to loan on
first class city property.
For nobby suits the Chicago c loth
inc store takes first rank.
For fine tobacco, cigars, candies
&c, go to J. O. Lindley's.
Go to the Chicago clothing store
for pants of every discription.
Farm loans at lowest rates.
D. J. Myers.
See Oscar Patmor before buying
Sour. He has made a big reduction.
Cotting's new styles of fine guilt
papers are elegant Be sure and see
The finest candies in the citv at
Calmes' bakery 2 doors south of the
F. & M. Bank.
The W. C. T. U. will meot during
the spring and summer in tbe Chris
The Lincoln mixed paints sold by
Cotting are the best in the market.
We guarantee them.
F. V. Taylor, allows no one to sell
more goods than he does, at prices
that are low, for good goods.
G. W.. Hawley and" J. Lightfoot
have made these headquarters happy
by adding their names for '92,
lion t buy your wall paper
you have seen the best stock in
which is to be found at Deyo's.
Those new patterns or wall paper
at Cotting's are beautiful and prices
lower than ever. Call and see them.
Bemember the Chicago clothing
store takes measures for tailor made
clothing, guaraatee a perfect fit or no
It is the judgment of all that Cot
ting has the finest selection of wall
paper in the city, and in prices he
can't be beat.
Nearly every one needs a good
spring medicine, and Hood's Sarsa
parilla is undoubtedly the best. Try
it this season.
L. H. Deyo is in the lead on the
wall payer trade, and his largp stock
latest styles and low prices will keep
him in the lead.
The other day there were six men
sitting in Will Parkes' shoe shop
whose combined age amounted to 403
years, and tho oldest inhabitant was
not in it either.
Go and see W. W. Wright for all
kinds of shelf and heavy hardware,
&c. He docs all kirids of Job work
and has competent tinners employed.
While there, look at those world beat
ers. The dry air Cleanabl e refriger
ators. Bev. G. W. Hawley of Humbnlt,
Neb , was on our streets this week,
handshaking with his old friends, of
which he has many. Hereafter he
will take the oldest and best paper in
Webster county, commonly known as
the Great Family Weekly.
From June 29th from all points
east to Omaha will be one fare for
round t.ip, good to return to July 15th
From Omaha to Nebraska point the
usual July rates will be in force. It
seems to be a rare opportunity to se
cure many visitors to Bed Cloud.
Independent Congressional conven
tion, 5th District Agents in Nebraska
west of and including Hall, Clay, and
Nuckolls counties and sooth of the
Piatt Biver, may sell to Holdrege at
rato of one fare and a third for the
round trip, sell tickets May,
5-6 inclusive and limit for
Bepublican Congressional Conven
tion Fifth district Holdrege, Nebr.,
May 5, 1892. Agents in Nebraska
west of and including Hall, Clay, and
and Nuckolls counties and south of
the Piatt Biver may sell Jo Holdrege
at rate of one fare and a third for
the round trip, sell .tickets May 4-5
inclusivcand limit for return to May
6. A Coxover.
Not the Carnival of Venice, but a
leap jear cirnival, under the auspices
of the Y. P. S. C. E. of the Christian
church, at the K. P. hall, Thursday,
May 12. A boquct will be voted by
the ladies to the most bashful young
man present. Refreshments after 8
o'clock. Everyone, is cordially invit
ed. Highest of all in Leavening Power.
There will be a meeting of
the Business Men's association
on Friday night at 8 p. m..at
County Judge's office.
C.W. Kaley, Pres.
D. J. Myers, Sec'y.
, Rev. A. L. Potter will hold service in
Grace Church, on Monday evening, May
9, at 8 o'clock.
Bishop Graves will hold services in
Grace church on next Wednesday even
ing May 11, at eight o'clock.
Prof. Caster has been elected by the
Board of Education for a term of three
years. In our judgment this is a wise
action on their part. The Professor has
made a very acceptable superintendent
TheW.C.T. U. gave a supper last
Friday night for the purpose of sending
a patient to the gold cure. Tho ladies
ot the Union extend thanks to the Ma
sons for the use of their hall which was
given free; thanks also to.Mr. Aultz and
others for material aid.
This week our young friend, Frank
McLaughlin cashier of the Bladen Bank,
was happily united in marriage to Miss
Bessie Wright of this county. The
young couple have the best wishes of
their many friends both in Bladen and
hereabuuts. Rev, E. L. Ely of this city
Mrs. E. J. Randall and daughter, left
Satnrdav to visit a son in Lincoln
From there they will attend the Gener
al Conference or tne Aieinouist cnurcn
at Omaha- Rev. Randall will spend
most of this month attending the Con
ference, but he will fill his pulpit in Red
Cloud every Sunday.
The xorgan horse has long been noted
as the road horse par excellence. And
the localities where they are to be found
are haunted by buyers of roadsters.
The Morgan Bred Stallion, Black Hawk
Chief 4, should siro a class of colts that
will sell at remunerative prices. The at
tention of breeders is called to this horse
He can be seen at the stable of J. C.
Holcomb north of Holland House.
The Independent party held their con
vention on Wednesday for the election of
delegates to their congressional conven
tion. J. L. Miller was elected chairman I
and Harry Hopkins, secretary. The con-l
vention seemed to lie solid for McKeich-l
an for congress and ne was cneered to
the echo while making a speech. Mac
will probably be nominnted by his partr
but tbe republicans win put up a mai
who will take his place.
A joint committee of post, corps, and
Sons of Veterans met Thursday of this
week to make arrangements for memori
al day. Some of their best workers were
present and they worked harmoniously
together. Every member reemed deter
mined to make the memorial services of
this year something to be remembered.
None of their plans are mntured m yet,
but they will meet every few dajs till
they are perfected. It is considered a
duty as well as a pleasure, by these so
cieties, to observe that day in remem
brance of their buried dead.
It is well to look before you leap
even in buying clothing, and it will
nnrtninlv he nf advantage to anyone's
pocket to look over the stock at the
Golden Eagle. Wiener' tho proprie
tor.has had many years experience
knows where to buy goods, and is al
ways lookin? oat to give his custom
ers bargains, so that they will come
back to trade.
The republicans of the city, in
large numbers met in ltinneyMcNitt's
office and proceeded to the organiza
tion of a republican league in con
formity with the National league
The following officers were cltcted:
President W. S. Garber.
Vice-President V. B. Fulton.
2d Vice President A. Galusha.
Spcretarv R. McNitt.
Treasurer G. J. Warren.
Executive Committee Jas.
M. B. McNitt, J. A. Tullcys,
Bell, A. C. Hosiner.
On motion the name of the
is to be known as the "Red Cloud Re
publican League Club."
Regular mectiDg to be held first
Friday and 3d Saturday of each
Tho following committee was ap-
T,n?nted on bv-laws: D. F. Trunkey,
G. J. Warren, and O. C. Bell. The
boys were enthusiastic and if wc mis
take not, the league will bring forth
U. S. GovV-Report, Aug. 17, M
COME AND SEE OUB
The above Mentions Suit are
Our display of children and boys' suits is a
little the nicest shown yet.
CHICAGO CLOTHING STORE.
Dry Goods House!
Yard wide Bleached Muslin
LL Unbleached Muslin,
Twill and Huck Crashes,
Dress Ginghams, at T.
T ots of White Goods, at
Bargains in the New Black Goods
for Summer Dresses. .
In Jackets and Capes to CLOSE !
See them they are Splendid Values; - ; v - ;;
Ladies' Sleeveless Vests 10 and 15c
We are in it on Ladies' and Children's. Shoes
Post - office.
5c pr yd
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