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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1892)
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By A. C. Hosmer.
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, Sept. 16, 1892.
The Long and Short of it is: READ !
GREAT SACRIFICE SALE
Op MEN AND BOYS BOOTS:
Vol. 20. No. 8
Having concluded to close out my entire stock of Men's and Boys Heavy and Calf Boots, I now offer them, at
Men's Split Boots, Saddle Seam, Price -
Men's Whole Stock Kip Saddle Seam, price - .
Veal Kip, hand made,jprice
i . Men's Calf Split Back
Wi4;rk: " whole stock, hand made,
$2 00 now $1 40
2 50 now 1 90
2 75 now 2 10 !
3 00 now 2 25
3 50 now 2 70
4 50 now 3 20
2 50 now i 90
2 75 now 2 10
3 50 now 2 75 ?4i ;
4 50 now 3 40 v
5 00 now 4 20
flUf Boys' in same proportion, Look out for bargains in other lines when I return from market
PROPRIETOR OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE, ESTABLISHED TEN YEARS
We are Ready
',Aitt " '
m.: :xv;S'-. r or r ail
. "'v'. :-."
D. B. Spanoge,
and Loan Age"
NEW DRY GOODS
New fell and Winter Wraps !
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We invite you to call. Highest price paid for Butter and Eggs.
R. M. MARTIN 6c CO.
lit. Limit r Amewntt LeiiHcd:
9300.00 to 910,000.00.
Farm loans worth at leaui double
the amount loaned.
Complete abttrtct fiom the Unit-
eu btaiea uownio ins uorrower.
4 th Terwt ef LaHt
Five (5) to ten (10) years. Exten
sion at maturity without coat to
Stli Bate of Intcreat:
Eiffbt(8)per oent, annually, on
April. July. October or Decern
th Place ef Payment:
Interest and principal made paya
ble at your home bank, allowiag
borrower to take np hs note at
the time of payment.
7tl Special Privilege:
Partial payment in any auiouut at
any time with rebate of interest,
evfdenoed by written agreement,
providing that each paymenta
Bhall not exceed in any one year
one-flftb of the principal.
Call on or Addreaa,
i D. JT. Mycra,
Red Cloud, Neb.
Over Oeyo'a Drug Store.
A Democratic Mum.
There ia much diaMtlafaotioo among
thedemoorata of Holdrege and vieinlty
over the action of delegatea. OowgUl
and Betr. in votinar for IMnKmtakmt, iT...
Mr. Rhea of this county waa delegate.
Of .coarse it ia a democratic faaa and ia
"none of our funeral" but it looks ae if
they onght to have earried out the wish
ea of those who eleoted them. Noom
can deny that Mr. Rhea has done much
hard work for hia party la this country.
Hnch ia heard about viiions of postoffion
spoils and other patronage figuring in
the deal, the truth of which we know not.
The ilemoaratln 0uh iiMal .1..1.
sentiment in the following manner at the
meetiiur. Friday nlirht..
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wnereas, won. dames I. Rhea, oar fel
low citiutn nd fallow i1iik) .. u
his friende plaoed m nomination again. t
Hon. W. A. MoK.ighan before the con
gressional convention held at Red Cloud.
Neb. September 1. 1803; and
wnereas, r.w.H. uowgill and O. 8.
Iletz. two of th tamtrmtam nnm Dk.1-.
county, did not support Mr. Rhea, bat in-
vmu vumhi iur ar. Monwgnsn; be it
Resolved, that we heartily resent and
nrotMt ftfflinafc thn rnimlnnf n !.. ......
said delegates as nngentlemanly towards
Mr. Itbea and against the sentiments
nuu wibuob ui vue uemocrats or f lihltw
county, and be it farther
Resolved, that we approve of the con.
duct of Mr. Rbea in permitting bis darn
to go before said convention sad believe
in the rood indirmant anrl tm. .
racy of those who stood by him, tad that
rL irr.L aOT"ua" i" wi. uemocrauor
the Fifth congreislonaldlatrlot, notifying
them of our aotion and testifying our
abounding faith in, the honor aaa ster
ling democracy of Mr. Rhea. xoldrece
i CoDrMmaa Tom Watson, of Oeofwia.
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drawa an ins&irintmifttaMnffV.AlS...'
cratio attitude on the iriff nmestlnn
bill, lhere waa nothing too bad to say
about McKlnley. They dred of it at 1, ,
nitrht. If thev did nt u. u i .. '
becauoe profunity would net do justice to
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atald there- (in Washington) for eight f
woniue irom ursi to last. Eight solid
montUB ana from flrstto last If thM f
was anything they didnt atUok it was
the MoKinlev tarifr mrt 1 m .n ...
what they did do thouarh. Thev if.t.
duoed little non-sun Urla nllla mnA ..
wool on the free list. The tint fellow
they hit was the farmer."
McKelf aaa at lMldrce.
! meaa wo disrespect f tae
DEFENSELEM MEAB whea I
say I am NO DEHOt'llAT.'
The aaova aro; iko Moatloal
words MscdMsjr Jl. McKotflwsa
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