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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1892)
COME AND SEE OUR
Ts lost in the wearing of cheap shoes thnn in ninny other ways.
The quality of goocls represent their value.
Buy poor Shoes Cheap and you increase your
Hill & Greene's
m. s. Marsh wont to Denver to-day.
1'. A. Ileaclir, was In Beatrice this week.
l'rof . Caster, was In Fcrmont this week.
Receiver Dorsoy was In Omslia this week.
Guilford & Co., havo broken tho combine.
' Attorney Mc.veny, was In Alma, tlili week.
A. CAlmcs, was homo from McCook this weeks
Mot Sherman was homo from Mccook this
Wo wilt havo better weather when the cloud
Mr. F. V. Taylor, hai returned homo from
8. West and wlfo left Monday for Sioux city,
on a visit
King of Medicines
Scrofuloua Humor A Vure
" When I was 14 years ot ago I had a torero
nttack of rheumatism, and alter I recovered
had to co on crutches. A year later, scrofula,
lu the form ot white swellings, appeared oa
various parts ot my body, and tor 11 years I
was an Invalid, being confined to my bed
years. In that tlmo ten or eleven sores ap
peared and broke, causing mo great pain and
suffering. I feared I never should get well.
" Early In 1SS0 1 went to Chicago to visit a
sister, but was confined to my bed most ot the
time I was there. In July I read a book, ' A
Day with a Circus,' la which were statements
ot cures by nood'sBarsaparllla. I was so lm
pressed with the success ot this medicine that
I decided to try It. To my groat gratification
.. .... .....-... . . wia t0 fecl
Red Cloud Chief- Supplement
Fire, Lightning and Tornado Insurance
H. C. SCOTT, .
A. H. GRAY,
"The Insurance Man, - Red Cloud, Neb.
will Imbn yr properly agiilMt
Fire, Lightning, and Tornado
Also, will insure your crops against hail, He
represents the best company on earth
The old Continental of N, Y.
CITY OFFICE-AVith J, H. Smith 1st door
south of F & M bank.
nvltcatho Farmers of Webster ami. adlnccnt counties
, large and varied stuck or
Such as Wagons, Buggies, Carts, Plows,
, . Harrows, Mowing Machines. &c.
See him before buying for bargains.
GO TO THE
(jjity IjJakcry and Restaurant
For Ire h, Bread Pics
All kind ef cakes,
candle, Natt, cigars,
aad fresh fralte, etc.
MEN'S SUITS I
AT - i
' r2-25 ;!i
SmBmBmaW BHbIbsBbV IK
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" "'jlY J ' II
$ 'I II
k i ,?& ' i amal
t ' '; O : I
I pi' . c LVfl
i1 m ' ? Baa.
f , imBm ' M t msm
" : AND-
i" 1000 "' I
Meals and Lunch Sail hours
Boarding and Lodging. Fresh Oysters and lee Cream in
Jos, Herburger, Prop.
"-You Come in We Sf.i.ithe Goods."
W- W. WRIGHT,
Hrhe Hardware Man,
Hed Clowd, Nebraska,
Will sell you more goods forJOne Dollar than
than any one in the Valley. It will pay
you to see me before buying.
) above Mentions
display of children and boys' suits is a
little the nicest shown vet.
WAGO CLOTHING STORE.
The WladeaeadcaU IdeaT
Congressman NuKeighaa called n
OS Tuesday. Being detained the
fane be did sot leave for Washing
toalsstweek as expeeUd. KothiBg
detalniBg he waa to itartTuasdajj
evenirtg. He is coaidsat mat we easj.
osrrj the state ticket next fall ife
work hard aid pW wlaely, Faction
mutt give plate toleeeeflitj, and oar
strongest ch t be DOsaiBated ror
sUte bisosrs. Natioa.
CongreMaau MeKeighan and the
editor ot the Nstion will both learn
that they are aot in it by the idea of.
November. The IndepoadoBt move
sent is coneldorsbly Itttened oat, at
least that portion of it composed of
reliable people have Bet thoir lieilds
the other way, and after' discovering
(hat the indepeadeat movement was
composed mostly of atoenahiae, will
befoand' agajn ia the rsaka of the
o)d partiea.. The lndepeBdeat party
may be oompared to a malhroom
growth,. It matures ia oae sight and
hs suddenly" vanishes, jjepeoially
when souud argameat ia aied. Mr.
-McKt-ighan will not carry the district
nor will the independents' carry the
'8ammerNorrasl at Beatrice, Neb.,
t V sfi "'A. 1
wsa ga sawERiasi
S. O. BfJTLER,
Is better prepared than ever to
sell you all kinds of harness
collars, sadlery, etc
! lh Tfaker BrIUImk. lie hm Ik
re rat atock In tkla part nl tka vwliv,
will Maka It ma Iwdacamcnt to trad a
FURNITURE AND AUCTION SALE!
SHI5TKLE & AULTZ, Props.
and SECOND - HAND furniture,.
Ia the Stera Buildlajr.
lommenccs June 13th.
"Wv'.h. - v-
Lover r Art.
Attention is called to the fact that
the well-known Portrait Artist from
the east, W. M. Qui wits, is -in the
city for a short time oaly, and all lov
ers of fins era) oa work, bow haye the
opportunity of securing good Portraits
of themselves or friends. The. Artist
hat a wide-spread reputation as a, first
elasa and successful Artist ' ia the
most popular picture of aodera times
the Crayon. "All work guaranteed
first-class. -Uivehieaaeall at. Brad
brook's Photo Qallery, 'Bed Cloud'
-All persons holding or ordering lots
iaJhe Red Cloud oemetery will please
notify or call ob R. B. Fulton, clerk
of the Red Cloud Cemetery Associa
tion ana seme tor turn lots or pre
sent vouchers for samp, so that deeds
may be issued-for tbem at once, and
grouBds feaoed and otherwise improv
ed without delay,,
R. B. Fowow, CI rk.
'Attention Comrades: There will be
a speoial meeting of James A Garfield
Post No. 80 Dept. of Neb., at 7:30 p.
m. sharp, MondayMay 23, 1892 at G.
A. R. ball, business of importance
(will come before the meeting; 'Fall
la bojs.. H. B. Simons, P. 0,
We shall have bargains that will pay you to investigate
in our second-hand department. ) ''a
AUCriON EVERY SATURDA-"
On Saturday commencing at 1 P. M we shall have auction,
- to which we invite the public who are interested, '".
s' in proonring good bargainp. - ' VjJV
x We bay aad sell Secead.kaad tieeda ea coatailssiasi. '"
8HLNKLE & AULTZ.
v 1 - '
fsaeaaejiaaaiamta staswaemssaoaaamsssnsn ekeasasaaaaaaiai as as aaifsjmeaal as m sasasaei mefcaeatisjaanai
S. X, COX A1; Proprietor. , , '
All hanltng intrusted to me. will be promptly attended, to.
pLOUR AND FEED STOHE
Has, Moved his Flour and Feed Store of the
Perkins &JMitchel biiildihg
Nothing but the best goods kept, i Call ah "
-- see me when iVon want any things, 4
. ,-. ,-.. ' - .; in ..my nne. y-t tySyi' .-& -',
eting of II. S. Kaloy Camp
8. or V. was called Monday
May 10th in the K. P. hall
purposo of organizing? a
isrsof Veterans Tent.
noeting was called to order by
a. uosaa tna tho following
Veterans wero obheated:
Jest, Wru. Tullevs, K'mcr Kalov
tammings, Jno. Diokorson, A.
rs, Wdi. Coiad, Donnis Park
aitor Warron, 8am'l Miller,
ulloB, Jno. Pstmor, Harry
Uonry Clark, Oscar Patraor,
oKoeby, Irving Cummings and
Pond, a member of tho G. A.
then oblixatedi '
nccting was then opened for
i with the following ofliorrs:
Cosad, (Captain; Jno. Tu'lcys
Vice; Jno. Putmor, Juoior
soar Patmer, Quarter Matter;
oiad, Chaplin; Henry CUrk,
)gr; Harry Miller, Segt Guard;
Warren, Camp Guard; Satn'l
Pioket Guard; Jno. Dickerson,
al musiolan; Wm. West, Jno.
, Elmer Kaley, Csmp Council,
camp then proceeded to the
ition of a Daughters of Vet
Tent. The following young
rcre mustered: Nellio West,
e Pond. Nellio Kaley, Blanbho
ags, Gt-itie Moranvjlle, Bortha
Jcsaio MoKeigban, Blanche
Belle Spanoglo, Loua Bollows,
Fulloys, Grace Guilford, and
trnt then proceeded to tho
, of officers and lio following
fee ted: Monta Tullevs, Pros;
fond, Senior Vice; Nellio West,
Vice; Nellie Kaley, Treasurer;
jlpsnoglo, Chaplin; Blsnohe
)gs, Bertha Talbot, ind Jossio
resident then appointed tho
ig staff offioets; Julia Guil
iner Guard: Grace Guilford,
Jjoua Bellows, 8co; Blancho
jCoisd assisted by II. E. Pond,
fcooded to install tho officers
or which they took thoir ro
J positions, and the tent wav
ened for basioess.
Ir Kaley, A. B. Sellars and II.
d, were elected as sn advising
adjourned to meet in K. P.
csdny evtning, Nay 24th, at 8
tlio needs of pcupluwho feel "all tired
out" or "ruu down" from any caue.
It ecoins to oil up the whole msohine
of tho body ho that all moves smooth
ly mid work becotnos a positivo de
light; Bo euro to got Hood's.
fl'tind'H nills act osncclallv UDon tho
liver, rousing it from torpidity to its
natural duties, euro constipation and
assist digestion, ,
MHm wtim 111 :::r. :":'."...'.". .'..'J...."."
ueu. a. iiingnam 10 Kiuina K Htlcuter
Diivld BerK to Familn Welnberu CO acro.i
In eVi nwU M-10 wd
Orr Leittir 10 H l'erkliu lot 1 lilk L7 and
iom imu una ve dikss iiei nnudcd,. scoo on
J II Wnrnor to 1-anra a Winter lOxHi il
In t.llr a A mifl Mii B.I.I tu.l
I'etcr M Cochmue to itobt. si' 'cocl'iretie
wtn.H i-ai-l wa...... , 1000 SO
f acaiaf a a bihh iiaroer una V. lot
I'elutercitunty to DanUI Htidrr part
Cli IIOU 83-1-11 lied 35 00
ury.A Utratton to Jno I. Columbia lots
edford to Sltaa (litrlMr unit i: !!
Ifl to n hjk 7 lots lf-30-zi bis o lots 7 atirt
a dik 23 ana jots oik 3 lieu Cloud wd
d, Candies, ice cream, bananas,
Notice to NcHsMesleleiit.
Orcella J. Hayss, )
Hiram ft!" Haye.j
la tbal)Utrltrwirtot Webster county, Ne
braska. To Hiram H. Haye. iniii-rc.ldeut tie
fendsnt you are hereby aotlfled that 011 the lOtli
daynl nay, isss.OreeMa J. Hayee, Died Iter
petltlou In Ike eiitrlet emirt of wobiter conn
ly, Jilebnufce, the nbjm and prayer or which
are to obtain a divorce (run you on the crown!
Tho National CnoJtol.
The City of Washington is an object
of perennial interest to all patriotio
Americans not alone beeanae it ia the
(treat throbbing heart of' the mightiest
and grandees Republic tka earth aao
ever known, but also on aooeaat of its
materia! magnifloanoe. All Amarioau
take pride in its beautiful avaaaea. ma-
jentio aroniieoture, stately aosaes,
well stored galleries and museums
thinffa of ffraadure and beauty in
selves, apart from the historic latemat
with whioh they are iavested. II ia a
hope and apslration of all "Young
America," at least, to some time or other
visit the Capitol of his country.
The Baltimore A Ohio R R offers ua
oqualled faoilities in aid of Uls desire.
All its through trains between New York
Philadelphia and Baltimore oa the east.
and Pittsbnrg, Cincinnati", St Louis aad
Chicago on the west, pass through Wash
ington. Its vast express trains are yesti
buled from end to end and boated with
steatn. Pullman's latest and bestpro
duotions in the way ot sumptuous draw
ing room sleeping oars are attached to
all its ih ough trains. lhVprsesat man
agement ot the B Sl O have asada vast
improvements in the last two years, aad
the road ia today one of the foremost
passenger carrying lines in the oouatiy.
Through ticket via the B k O R ft eaa
be procured at all the pnaeiael tlekat
offices throughout the United States. S
lhsre haa been eotulderable talk oa the
streets of the elty regarding the saeitte
in breeding ana speea or ossee the tret
ting stallions making the season here. We
are always ready to wilsame a hsnsmsa
to our miasi ana we Uilak the more high
bred horses raised here the better II Is fee
this community, bat we alafeke la hear
a parson get oat aad say '
bred, 1 nave we 1
or in Boathern Nebraska."
willing to back his opinion with the sheen.
Mow about breeding: The bete Neah
Buroh, by Pretender, by Dictator oasa by
Glenarme by Harold-eta., Is eertetaJy
well bred horse bat we thmk thai Mr.
Joha Gilbert, the geatleasaaly MeWteier
of the Bed Gload Stock Farm, has oae
equally, as well bred. We sheM see
by their breeding: Maximum is by Mad
rid one of the best bred sons ef the great
George Wilkes, who has at ia the 2M, Hat
and stands second to Klsettoaeer, aad
have 661 races won to their credit, sale
dam is Idyl by Challenger the most royal
ly bred of the sons of Almost as, saa ef
Alexaiders Ablalla sire of that asorlsoe
mare Goldsmith Maid 2slt, aad we lad
he traoes baek to Bambleoalaa 19 oa
both sides and that all hu aaeeetars are
highly bred. No we take Dictates, the
grandslre ot Noah Bsren, Wa tail thai
he ha only t lithe S:sO Utt aad' they
have won 102 raese. aad altkoaak bis dasa
is by a sen of Harold the atre.et Vaad 1,
as a xamyy tney asva aever aeaa
ent performers aad wheat 1 nay.
horse Maximum, grsatsna ef tho great
ay, ni wa iwih Bear
it oat aad say "I have the keel
the speediest heme la the elty
ism Nebraska" nalees ks is
it Koed rauia far the tant ef two nn
-T--1 .. ..z I- .- - '. -r-
iui paw. aim. m nia ojeerea
iturtae eaeto4y el tte minor chlldr
are. reatrited leaaewer saM atthlea oh
re HonOiy, the iMh IsrsTiSe isn.
horse Maximum, grsassna tab great
George TVUkee it aa fashleaably. bred
as the graadsoa of Dictate. I'4hlak I
may safely say that any stadeas mt bteed .
log will agree with we. Whea it stasis
to talking about trotting, we are aatkar.
Ised to say that Doe Itoraavate Is wamag
10 pu ia m iiw ajsMt ist aay sisswea
in the county pat la 1100 ia trnt
of aay staMiea ,'aaw awaed aa
owiy-Mtaai'v.esat iar the
the wtaoat : to lake th
tire purse, .bWsaearta be, trotted at tha
neDBter eeaaey sairmis rati,
aoBBteaimsae,; sssMjiy woaM
as fine an jadHsasl horn as there is ia
MWHMy that the Dae
Wrfaaeearlaar who Is
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Mr U. r,TauMaar,'her Attorney.'
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