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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1892)
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Slow sale Goods !
We can furnish you with
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Ice Cream at Calmes.
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Odds and Ends of Stock !
Odds sizes and Shopworn Goods'
The ubovo litwc been pi need on counter In our store and will
be sold below Actual Coot,
You can find many genuine
B. M. R. It. lime Tablet
TakttiR effect Nov. B,
xnuns carrying passongors
leave lied Cloud
EAST VIA HASTINGS,
No. 122 rassenger to Hastings, C.-OOp.m,
No, 121 Vr9ig,t tor Hastings IJOp. m
Passenger from Hastings
KA8T VIA WYMORK.
no. ig, rassenger to Ht, Jwepn, Bt,
uli and Chicago dally
No It PaRMnrar tnKaniM Cltv and
10:30 a. m
Atchison, dally. ... i:20, p.m.
Mo, 13 Tasscnger for Deliver and In
termedlato points, datljr, - 7:30 a.m.
No. 15, 1'assenger (or Denver, dallr, 8 HO p. m.
OXFOIID AMD SKD CLOVD ACCOMMODATION, i
No. 133 local freight to Oxford dally
except Sunday 8:00 am
No. 134 local freight from Oxford dally
except Hdnday 8:15 pm
Cottmg's sticky fly apor.
Sticky fly paper at Deyo's.
Wright for hardware and stoves,
Try a gliss of Cotting's cold soda,
M. W. Diokerson was oat west this
Cloth bound books only 20 cents at
Subscribo for your campaign papers
If you want fino perfumes go to
L. II. Deyo sells tho best machine
oil on the market.
Deyo sells tho best remedy an earth
for barb vara cuts.
Try Cotting's high grade but low
price maohine oil.
Fine neck wear a specialty at Chi
cago clothing store.
The famous Manitou Mineral Water
Tor salo at Cotting's
For correct fitting clothing go to
Chicago clothing store.
Wa tiftvn I lift heat, atnntr nt liata in
the oiy. Chicago store.
For nobby suiti the Chi cago olotb
r inc store takes first rank.
For fine tobaoco, oigars, candies
&c, go to J. O. Lindloy's.
Go to the Chicago clothing store
for pants of every description.
Farmers remember that Cotting can
savo you money on machine oils.
Mrs. A. L. Mitchell, of Denver, is
visiting with S, Perkins and family.
See Osear Patmor before buying
flour. He his made a big reduction.
Macauley's History of England
only $1.60, 5 vol. cloth bound, at De
yo's. Get ono of those vapor stoves of
W. W. Wright and you will never be
Farm loans at six per-cont option
to pay after two years. D. B. 8pan-
The fl & M have begun to ship in
tno mains ior ino water woras exten
sion soon to be made.
Teach?rs should improve the oppor
tunity of getting cloth bound books
for 20 cents at Deyo's.
W. W. Wright has moved from tho
Skeen residonon to the one lately va
cated by Dwight Jones.
F. V. Taylor, allows no one to sell
more goods than ho does, at prices
that are low, for good goods, I
Go to tho now hardware storo of
W. W. Wright for goods. Stock new
and clean and prices reasonable,
Tho committee on settlement with
the county treasurer, are at work this
week settling with Treasurer Fassler.
Remember the Chicago olothing
storo takes measures for tailor made
clothing, guarantee a perfect fit or no
Children's shirt wtiists can bo found
at WiencrV. Tl e m lebrated "Mothers
Friend" costs uu more than inferior
Prof. A. K. Goudy, stato pupcrin
tondent of public instruction, and his
estimable wife, were in the oity this
week in attendance with tho Webster
county toaoher's institute.
. Coating is having a rushing "trade
is wall paper, tie has the fluent
stock in the city and is on tho ground
floor ii prices.
bargains on this counter.
O. O. Bell was in Omaha this week.
(Roy Talt spent the 4th in Hastings.
lira. L. H. Deyo is home from Ohio.
(Mabel Howard is visiting in Kearney
Miss Nora Nice spent July 4 In Hast
D. B. Spanoglo was in Omaha this
wait anerwoou wao in Keu uiouu this
f Geo. J. Warren was in Campbell
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u. w. uow and wife spent the 4th
Uncle Geo. Winton was in Hastings
Mrs. Hadley has been visiting in Kan-
an 4lil. nt..1f
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' Wlll T.tann atirl aiatni. TJ. ) lV.nl
Kith in Bastings.
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auss iiattio Kannoy was visiting in
Campbell this week.
'Miss Nellie Torrill, spent tho 4th at
her home in Kansas.
P. A. Beachy was visiting his undo
Beatrice over Sunday.
V Mrs. McBride and daughter
were in Guide Rock this week.
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4IUBO llOIUO iWDKUIUI WUH Ml
this week visiting Miss Trobee.
Mr. Cham Evans of Naponeewas vii
mng in itea uioua Wednesday.
Persons who have personals are re
Quested to drop them into our letter bor.l bourne Penman the esquire, rain or no
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married on the 3d by the Rev. Geo. O.
Mrs. A. C. Hosmer. nnd dnuahtar Ethal
"ho have been east for five weeks, return-
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Mr. Ken Skeen says the report that he
has purchased a mill in Burr Oak is all
B. B. Kizer, has retured from
where he haa been bnildincr n houim for J
S. Rothrock. A
Mr. Paine, living near Inavale, had five
head of cattle killed by the storm last
Dwight Jones nnd family go to Pawnee
City to reside hereafter. Our best wish
es go with them.
The nre works on the 4th, were fine
and did oredit to some of the 8300 out'
fits heretofore secured.
Next Saturday night the K. Ps. will
oonfer the 2d rank. All Knight) in good
standing are cordially invited.
The fourth of July was not celebrated
in the city any more than the small boy
indulged in thn imnnl flrAnrnnknr.
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eroua other of our young men took in
the eights at Hastings on the' 4tb.
Jeff Ward, our candidate on the demo
cratic tioket for congressman was to
speak at two cities in Kansas, on the 4th.
O. L. Cotting is home from his trip
to Wisconsin. He Bays it does his
heart good to see the good crops of Ne
Harry Miller and a Kansas man named
Seymour ran a foot race on Saturday,
and as usual Nebraska won as she al
The republicans are now engaged in
wearing Harrison hats. The are all tho
rage. Get one nnd let the people see
whnf. vmi nrp.
Mr. and Mrs, Pond accompanied by
Miss Gertie and Master Earl, leave about I
iliA iRfh fni Naut Vnrlr. nnrl ihtk anaf. tnv '
several weeks visit S
" We understand that it has become
quite common for stook to run at large
in the oity. This is oontrary to lnw and
the officers should take it up.
A Hartman has'returned from Switzer
land, where he had taken bis brother
some two months ago. While there he
received 91200 as an inheritance.
4t Rlterton, this week, a young man
named Haokett while in a state of non
compos mentis shot his father dead with
a line. The father died instantly.
M. W. Dickorson nnd wife, Thoo. Wil-
Bon and wife, Miss Cashman, Mr. Carlo-
ton and wife, Mr. Gentry, Mrs. V. B.
Fulton were at Naponoe on the 4th.
Street Supervisor Ward has been on-.
'gaged for few days in raising the sonthl
end of Webster street two feet. This
will put that stroet in a good condition.
ODDS AND ENDS
Rev. E. L. Ely, pnstor of tho Congrega
tionnl church of this city who litis been
in llolonn, Montnun, for several weeks,
returned this woek and will ocoupy his
A tnnn was nccidontly killed at Alma
this woek by n revolver thnt was not
supposed to bo loaded) and n girl was
woundod nl Dloomington in the same
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and wife, Ed Young and wife and sister,
I Fannie Bedient, O. D. McMillan, F. P.
Hadloy, Dra. Eraigh and Damerell spent,
tho 4th in Alma.
enardMcNeny, the talented young
lawyer of this oity, with a sprinkling of
democracy in his mnko up mnde the
eagle scream at Frnnklin. Ho brought
the houso down. -
low low will it bo beforo the council
will order the allys cleaned np, It seems
to us that they must be oblivious to
their duty when they will allow them to
. be loft in such a serious condition.
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8irm 0f firo was turned in, caused from
su a uunuuji luuiuiug n u v vtw v
a fire in J. W. Warren's barn. The de-
partmont turnod ont promptly but the
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Are had gained too much headway to
luo thn hum '
' Tho county
fathers should build a
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J IWIIUV uvtuao VUU lifOl JUOV UWfW view
.IWill. It is an Actual neoeseity and is
much needed by those people who come
to the county seat to do business. A
petition should be gathered up at once.
Tho band boys have just received their
uniforms furnished by O. Woinsr. They
are handsome Baits and give the boys a
nioo appoarance. By the way, the boys
aro getting to the front and soon will
need have no fear of any like organiza
tion in tho stato.
Mr. C. W. Kaley and his estimable
wifo, have now one of handsomest resi
dences in the city, if not the prettiest
They have recently added a tine addition
to their dwelling which gives them
plenty of room. They believe in having
n comfortablo home, nnd have got it
On the 4th Tom Penman, the jeweler,
went to Guide Rock and took his phono-
graphs, and the people at onoe began
flocking around him, thinking it was
the and ,r0n thi8
on Tom will be known Thomas Mel.
The marriod men whose wives have
left them for the summer's vacation have
f decided to organize a "Forlorn Club"
with A Morhart, president, Dr. Emigh
first lieutenant, R. M. Martin secretary at
armB, and the editor of this Great Fami
ly Weekly -as "Big-loneaome-afrald-of -the
C. W. Kaley 'a mother and sister live
in Carey, Ohio. One day last woek a
oyclone passed over the village doing
considerable damage. When Charley
saw the item in the Chicago Tribune
immediately telegraphed to find out
they wore injured. Cm 'inursday mori
ing a telegram came that they were all.
right and Cnarley was much relieved as
the storm passed over the street where
his folks lived..
The mill, of which we mentioned last
week, we are glad to note is a dead certain-'
ty and that the capital has been induced
to take hold of the project that will put
it through. Oar reporter was informed
that the new company wonld at once put
in a dam that will cost from seven to ten
thousand dollars, one that will stay, and
that the mill plant as well as the electric
light will be fixed up in prime order.
When the contemplated dam is in, Red
Cloud will absolutely have the finest
water power in the state. The company
hold of the project are known to be
Ttie following vice-presidents were
elected at the Saturday meeting of the
Agricultural exhibit of the World's fair
association of this county:
Jos. Watt Guide Rook.
Jacob Klndscher, Guide Rock.
M.M. Miller, Cowles.
Wm. Wright Lawrence.
P. Zimmerman; Blue Hill.
E. H. Foe, Cowles.
John Rasser, Red Cloud.
A. W. flollingrain, Guide Rook.
Joseph Garber,Red Cloud.
D. J. Myers, Red Cloud.
A. II. Hoffman, Red Cloud.
J. P Eglington, Blue Bill.
Geo, Hummel, Red Cloud.
G. P. Cather, Otto.
Wm. Irons, Inavale.
Alt. McCalf, Red Cloud.
W. H. Patterson, Campbell.
Highest of all ba Leavening Power
al V j&esem
Died nt his homo nt Sherwood, Kansas
on Juno 27th, 189:', Rov. John E. Elliott
Ror.Elliolt was born August 0, 1820, in
Yates county, Now York, and in accord
anoe, was 71 yenrs, 10 months And 17 days
Perhaps none in this country war mom
widely known than tho deoeased and his
scoros of friends will bo pained to learn
of his death, though for months it had
boon oxpootcd. Ue had boon n resident
of this county and his lato homo for
Vbont 10 years. Mr. Elliott has boon a
faithful worker for tho
Lord nlnoo tho
logo of 18 years, and followed this labor
until threo years ago when on account of
ill health his work for tho Master was
abandoned though ho novor lost faith in
tho Savior. In connection with his roll
kious labors ho was an excellent M. D,
'and sargoon and until old Age nnd sick
ness oyer cabio him ho had nn cxfonniy
praotico. Dr. Elliott was n good neigh
bor, and o kind friend to t he poor and
needy, always a Uborai supporter to Any
public enterprise. In politics Mr. Elliott
was a democrat And in 1880 was honored
by his party with tho nomination of Cor-
roer. Tho deoeased loaves n wifo six
hildren, two brothers, threo sisters and
any other relatives to mourn for his
Heam. xne remains were mm wj rest in
foe 0rIo eemeto b a ,
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or sympathizing friends.
Tho A. O. U. W. lodge of Red Cloud is
fast becoming one of tho best lodges in
the state, and as regards numbers we be
lieve it has the largest membership of
any lodge in the state outside of the
cities. On last Tuesday night the lodge
took in six new members and it was not
a very "breezy evening" either. The fol
lowing were those wbo rode the goat:
Daniel Hedebower, Ohas. Sohaffnlt, O.
Fassler, Win. KoKimmy, If. Finkenblnoor
and Mr. flounders. After tho initiation
the members repaired to tho banquet hall
and there partook of some very-dellclous
toe criaTi and oako. Tho lodge is on tho
high road to suoooss, and for an insur
Anoe benefit there is no society that can
About twenty days ago Josoph E. Cow-
Jell, well known in Red Cloud dopnrtod
tiis life. Ho belonged to Red Cloud
dge No. CO, A. O. U. W., and was a
aithf ul member. He had 32000 benefloi
ry certificate on his life and in just
wenty days from his death his widow
bad the money. Thus does the lodge do
good work for its membership, and there
by protecting the widows and orphans
in n way that really is protection.
The order is doing a noble work for
humamlty and humanity appnoiates the
order. No old line insurance company
is as prompt as the A. O. U. W.
Tho Blue Hill and Red Cloud ball
tcamBohaBed tho ball over tho dia
mond to-day. Score Red Cloud 11;
Blue Hill 8.
Shields of tho Leader, and
Joe Nau of tho Wavo aro in tho
From a reliable source Titt ClllEP
is pleased to learn that Judge F. A.
Sweczy delivered one of the most
elonuent and appropriate orations at
Blue Hill the 4th that has ever been
delivered in this portion of Nebraska,
Judge Sweczy is ono of Webster
county's longest headed citizens and
we bespeak for him a position worthy
It is a fixed and immutable law that to
have good sound health one must have
pure rich and abundant blood. There is
no shorter nor surer route than by a course
of DeWitt's Barsaparilla.
Will Brubakcr lost a valuablo horso
Miss Grace Godwin made a flying
visit on tho creek last week she was
acoompanied by a sister-in-law.
A fino rain Unaay evening was tno
salvation of Webster county and now
we can seo vogatation grow.
Mibs Edna Edson is attending the
institute at Red Cloud,
Charley Brubakcr has bought a
A Union Sunday-school was organ
ized at Willow Creek two weeks ago,
Mrs. Adamson superintendent.
Borne of the Crcekers celebrated
the 4th at Blue Hill and somo at
Miss Nellie Bon has a now croquot
Miss Bessie Godwia visited at
A.J. Swings of Nebraska City
made a flying visit to A. C. Bon's
and Sam Bruner's. Manitoba.
U S. Gov't Report, Aug. 7 i8ty
So Cheap and give you goods so
comfortable that hot weather will
have no terror for you.
We have an unusually large line
Liqht Coats and Vests
This season. Nice patterns and at
PRICES THAT ARE CORRECT,
and within the reach of everyone
Straw hats of every style and price
Men's fine furnishing goods of every description
CHICAGO CLOTHING STORE.
To the parsers !
H. C. SCOTT,
Invites tho Farmers or WelMter Md Uaceat Mantlet ! Ms
largo and varied sleek f
feuch as Wagons, Buggies, Carts, Plows,
See him before buying for bargains.
For ire k
All klndf f cakes,
candles, Nate, cigars,
and freak Fralte, etc.
Meals and Lunch, i all ftoursi
Boarding and Lodging. Freeh Oysterg and Ice Cream in
Every One Should Know
That the place to
Irop, Tinware, &c.
All hanling intrusted to nte
Post - office.
Mowing Machines. &c.
will be promptly attended to.
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