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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1892)
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By A. C. Hosmer.
We are Ready
For Fall Trade
NSw fall and Winter Wraps !
We invite you to
Q C, CASE,
" ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, and
Mootr Block, RED CLOUD, NEB.
) Colleotiona promptly attended to.
C P. HADLEY,
Painter aed Paper Hanger,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
W. TULLEYS, M. D.
Bed dead, Ncbrasaa.
Oflee opposite First National Bank.
U. aBxaalBliii Surgeon.
unroDlo diseases treated by mall .
a. E. POND,
CoBveyaBcer, Real Estate,
Leant, latarance, and Pen-
Red Clond, Nebraska.
I especially invite yon to call ob me for
anything in my line. Loans made oa
farm property at 8 per oent. Insu rano
in the best companies 1 also,
AGENT FOR- THE STARK
Call end see tne if yon desire, ibrnbbery
Hovers or fruit stock . Yon will And prof
liable to see me. -
11. E. POND.
Cheapest ever offered In this
" Stralga: t per ci Aauusl r
toret wltb epllea.
Straight T 1-a per cent Semi.
Annual Interest with option.
Loans made 1.9 per cent by
paying cash commission of 1 1.9
percent. J. II. BAILEY,
,...r.( Red Cleud, Neb.
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Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
call. Highest price paid for Butter and Eggs.
R. M. MARTIN 8t CO.
D. B. Spanogle,
and Loan Agent
Limit of Amounts Loaned:
(300.00 to 910,000.00.
Farm loans worth at least double
the amount loaned.
Complete abstract horn the Unit
ed States down to the borrower.
Terms of Lean:
Five (5) to ten (10) years. Exten
sion at maturity without cost to
Rate of Interest:
Eight (8) per
. ber let.
cent, annually, on
Ootober or Decern-
Sth Place of Payment:
Interest and prinoipal made paya
ble at your home bank, allowing
borrower to take np his note at
the time of payment.
Tth Special Privilege:
Partial payment in any amount at
anr time with rebate of interest,
evfdenoedby written agreement,
providing that each payments
shall not exceed in any one year
one-flfth of the prinoipal.
Call on or Address,
D. J. Myers,
Red Clsud, Neb.
Over Deyo'e Drug Store
JONES, HE PAYS THE FREIGHT.
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Vsoally iBdleats a disorder of the Kldseys,
SSLSP JMttr5f toovM taken to
prevent serious trouble.
DUesses esa he oared
say peeotns daaietoas.
pn. J. H.MCLgAH'i
LIVER aft KIDNEY BALM
I wh.'lon "Sdl J W"t Uvsr Disor
ders, Kidney Weakaest. Brlgbt's OImsm
and pubetes. Prloo tiper bottle. 8et
2ent stamp sar book of blnu. bow to Uv.
and core tacts itirrrttlnf ""mrlfs'f
THI DJV4. H. MCLIAN MKO. CO
T. LOUnf, MO.
McKelghan at Heldrege.
I mean no disrespect to ihe
DEFENSELESS DEAD when I
say I am NO DEMOCRAT."
The above are the Identical
wards used by Wr. McKelghan
la his speech when nominated
I m 1 H
Neb., Friday, Sept.
Republican National Ticket.
For Congressman Ctli District
W. K. ANBKgWg.
For Lieutenant Oovemor,
T. J. MAJORS.
For Secretary ot Btate,
JOHN 0. ALLEN.
, EUGENE MOOBE.
... J. 8. BABILKY.
For Attorney (leneral,
(1EOHUE II. HAUTING8.
For CommlMloner of imblio Lands and Bldgu,
a. . iiunrnssi,
For Superintendent ot Piiblio Instruction.
A. K. niiniiv
For State Senator,
n. i. AUOllM,
For ltcprcienUtlre 44th district,
For County Attorney,
n UANBei,PH MeNITT
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ENDORSED RY .THE BEST
What the Omaha Press Had to
Hay er Rlagllag Bros., Af-
ter their Exhibition In
that City, Aug. 3d.
The triumphal nroamsa ot Rlniriln
Brothers' WorldTi Greatest Shows
through Nebraska this fall was inaug
urated in Omaha on August 1st by
the grandest reception ever given a
tent show in that oity. In speaking
th? nibition the next day tho
World Herald said:
"It was the best all-around cirous
that has been seen in Omaha for
The Bee was also unstinted in its
praise of the performance. Among
other things it said:
"The Ringlings were strangers to
Omaha, but they' have established a
Aniitott.u Al ese .
lufutanuu mat win insure them a
hearty welcome in the future. The
program presented a bewildering array
of acts that cannot even be enumer
ated in the limited spacoat cemnand.
There were three rings, and nftun .
hibiiions were in progress between the
rings so that at times there were five
acts under arrsy at once. Tho wen
agerio was one of the best exhibited
with traveling companies and embra
ces many valuable specimens. The
Itingling Brothers riohly deserve the
eueeess that has crowned their efforts"
It i this great show that will exhi
bit ksre or Wedoeidsy, Sept; 28tb.
the Price of The Chief.
D. M. HUNTER, Editor. .
Nesrly all tho districts in tho coun
ty havo employed teachors for their
schools. A row districts aro not
supplied with teachers yet, Tho
teachers employed for tho districts as
far as wo know aro as follows:
No. 1 Geo. Burton,
No. 2 flco. M Castor.
F.' 1. Cunningham,
Mrs. E J Case,
No. 2 lthoda Waddell.
il Edith Davis,
4 Mattio McCall,
& Mrs. Markins,
G Lora MoBridc.
7 Daisy Craft,
9 Ida Burns.
12 Jno. A. Hall.
18 Josie Huff.
15 Laura Ilemsbcrg.
16 Jno, M Earner.
17 N. M. Million.
18 Jno. L. Springor.
20 Minnio Ycnsen.
21 Olivo Foe.
22 Laura Laird.
23 Nanoy Lewis.
24 LUtio K Steam.
25 Maggie MoLeod.
26 W.H. Grant.
27 Mabel Truman.
28 Jos. Dresbaok.
29 Wm. Ducker.
30 Sylvoster Frisbio.
31-.I08. O. Hall.
Mrs. Anna M. Hall.
32 Zoa Keith.
33 Sarah L. Fisher.
34 Nettie Hummol.
37 Wm. I. Fraser.
38 Emma J. Best.
39 Tisbie Marker.
41 Emma Hale.
42 J. E. Hammond.
43 E. Bolle Todd.
45 Geo. 0. Mann.
46 Ella VanWeort.
48 Emily L. Robinson.
49 Edwin Emlgh.
50 Bertha Lovejsy.
51 Thomas Leonard.
52 Lester A. Koontz.
53 Gerturdo Oatman.
54 Florenoe A. Dean.
55 Julia Wbite,
56 Addie Fi Hayes.
' 58 Lulu Barber.
59 Mrs. Nora Warner.
60 Oscar A. Arnold,
61 Lulu 0. Albin.
02 Maude Orohard.
03 Henry O, Kceaey.
04 Alma Dowbs.
05 Nora MoCall.
66 Liscie Marker.
09 M. Katie Noble.
70 N. L. D. 8mitb.
73 J. 11. fitrador.
Mrs. Jennie Strader.
74 J. R. Thornton.
75 Aqna Cookrall.
76 Carrie Hummel.
77 Bessie Laird.
78 Lona A. Bailey.
80 Millie A. MoCall.
81 Blanche Arnold.
82 Harv7 Cox.
83 Jno. J. Lawlor.
Do not forget to attend tho teach
ers' meeting at Guide Rook next Sat
urday, Sept, 24,
The program for the teachers'
meeting to be held at Bladen, Satur
day, (Jot., lutb, ia as follows.
11 o'olook a. w. Opening Exercis
es. Ton questions on the life of D.
P. Page: Geo. C. Mann.
Paper Lessons from the tho life
of D. P. Page: Mm. Orra Warner.
Ten minutoa exorcist on the life of
Watteau: Florence A. Dean.
' Ten minutes exeroiso on the life of
Swift: Jno. A. Hall.
Ten minutes exorcise on the life of
Bach: Bortba Lovcjoy.
Ten minutes exercise on the life of
Pope: Zoa Keith,
Who ia Edward Everett Hale?
Earns J. But.
Vol. 20. No. 9
Paper: Teaohora' meetings: J E.
Talk: Tho primary course of the
stato course of study: Mrs. Anna M.
Election of officers and executive
committee for futuro meetings.
Quory box. Adjournment.
After tho reading of each naner
thero will bo a general discission.
Teachors should tako their National
sohool-singors with thom to the meet
tags. Lot us boar in mind our motto
"Our meetings are what wo make
Eaoh ono should examine tho pro
gram and go to tho meeting prepared
to Ray something upon each subject,
Tho local reading circlo in distrlot
No. 38 under tho leadership of Mrs.
Frano S. Cathor, is progressing.
Tho following report was given to
us this week:
Tho teaohora of Guiiiuld, mot Sat
urday evening. Sept. 17, and proceed
ed to organizo a Reading Circle. '
John L. Springer was elected
ohnirman and R. E. Pop secretary.
Tho following is the program
for Saturday ovoning, Oct. 1:
Talk on tho Power of Education:
F. 8. King.
Biog. ol Bach: John M. Earner.
Bio. of Page; Miss Daisy Craft.
Discussion of tho aecond month's
work in Pago's Theory and Praotiee.
Biog. of Alex. Pope: R. E. Pope,
Biog. of Swift: Jno. L. Springer.
Biog. or Watteau: F 8 King.
It wan voted to hold two meetiags
caoh month, it was also recommended
that each teacher prepare notes en
eaoh month's work and bring them to
tho meetings for disousslon,
All persons are invited to attend -tho
mooting. R. P.
The county Fair.
It seems to Tin Chief, that this
year, of all years, is the one for our
farmers to try and make tht fair a
suecoss. Eyery effort ia being put
forth by President Alyea and, the
board of directors to make it winner
and wo believe Ihat the people ongnt
to baok up their efforts. They have
arranged a speoial exhibit on the fol
lowing articles with guaranteed eaah
premiums, whioh ought to bring ont
a largo display:
Corn $15 00 $10 00
Wheat 15 00 10 00
Oats 10 00 5 00
Barley 5 00
ltyo 5 00
Potatoes 10 00 5 00
Vegetabloi 10 00 5 00
Fruit 10 00 5 00
The farmer should begin at onee
and make arrangmenta for their dis
play. Remember for the above arti
cles the premium! are enuranteed and
will be paid in cash. For fall partic
ulars call on D, F. Trunkay, snperin
tendont of that department.
Please read the following names.
theso aro not offioo seeksrs bat jndges
of baso burning hard ooal stores, and
all have decided to use the Garland.
Somo of these have used the Garland
7 years without one cent's worth of
I W Tulleys, John Cos
H E Pond O C Bell
R B Fulton U W KaJey
Sam Templo John Fetter
P W Shea L H Fort
fPAlbnght AC Hosmer
Walter 8herwood J 8 Ernie
State Bank V. B Felton
D M Piatt Cliff Pope
CF Gather MrsWCstber
J W Sherwood and others.
The finest line of eook stoves, Oak
stoves, and Base burners in the Taller
at A Morbsrt's. 7.3, '
No neraon should tnvat wULa .
box of Ajor'a Pills. At a safe end
speedy renudy for eonatitejMon end
all irregularities of the ttemeeh and
hhnUth have B0 "M being
sktiirullysugar-eoated, are pleasant t
take, and long retain their virtnee.
We are now prepared to aeeept or
ders for September delivery, Eastern
hard.coal $11 per ton. Western hard
coal $10 per ton. Above prices are
uuiivgicu in your DIM. '
7-2t Platt a Fkxxh Co.
What nhull it p'rottt a ma if he
Snin the whole world and thee hae the
yauepsia so bad that he eta's eeier any
pi the good thbga it eea4a4aeT hi .
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