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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1892)
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By A. C. Hosmer.
We have seen them and they, are all right,
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We are prepared to show a first-class line of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Clothing and Shoes,
And this fall will make a specialty oi
CLOAKS AND OVERCOATS
Having secured the best assortment ever shown in Webster County.
Call and see the pictures given away with $10.25 worth of goods.
A sack of Amboy White Loaf Flour given free with every $25 worth of goods.
R. M. MARTIN & SON,
Q 0. CASE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Moon Block, . RED CLOUD, NEB.
' Collections promptly attended to, end
Moon Block, RED CLOUD, NEB.
I ' Collections promptly attended to.
C P. HADLEY,
PalHter mid Paper Hanger,
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
W.TULLEYS, M. D.
HeMmftt hie Physlelaa,
Office opposite Tint Nntlonal Bank.
Chronic dlteww treated bv mall.
WIN attend sales at reasonable figures,
a. E. POND,
CoaTOjraacer, Real Estate,
Loans, lasaraace, and Ien
OFFICE OVER SPOKESFIELDS
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
I especially invito jon to call oa mo for
anything in my line. Loans maUe on
farm property at 8 per cent. lata rsno
in the best companies I also,
AGENT FOR THE STARK
Call and see sat if yon desire, shrubbery
lowers or fruit stock.
ItaWe to see me.
You 1U Had prof-
II. E. POND.
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and L.oan Age
1st. Limit or Amounts Loaned:
8300.00 to 810,000.00.
Farm loans worth fit least doublo
the amount loaned.
Complete abstract fiom the Unit
ed States down to tho borrower.
llli Terms of Loun:
Five (5) to ten (10) years,
bion nt maturity without
5th Rate of Iutcrcs t:
l per cent, annually, on
uly, October or Decern-
th Place or Payment:
Interest nnd principal mndo rxn
bio at your home bnnlr, allowing
borrower to uiko up his notp at
the time of payment.
Tin Special Privilege:
Partial paymont in nny amount at
any timo witli rebate of interest,
.evidenced by written nr-reemont,
' providing that such puymonts
shall not exceed in any ono year
uuvunu ui uiu principal.
, Coll on or Address,
D. i, Myers,
Hcd Cloud, Neb.
Over Deyo'o Drug Store.
Red Cloud; .Webster County,
Denver to Chicago,
Denver to Kansas CttVr
Denver to Omaha,
Omaha to Chicago,
Kansas City to Chicago,
Omaha to St. Lou1,
WEST TO EAST!
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
Through tickets over tho Burling
ton Route aro for onto by the Union
?aolfio, Denver & Rio Grande and
air other principal railways, and
by all agents of tho "Burllngtcr
For further Information, apply to
n, BRent, or to
. , OiUUA.NEt
Cheapest ever ottered In ' tills
Straight-B per cent Annuul In
tcrct with option.
. Straight 7 1-3 per vent Scml.
Annuul Interest with oplloH.
Loans mndo A 1.9 per cent by
paying c-iutk.comhiualoH or 1 1.9
per cent. J. 11. BAILEY,
Olllcc under Fftn Bank
Neb., Friday, Sept.
MONEY SAVED IS HONEY MAUfc,
have 2T. to M ecu I on tjttj dollar joii .kiii1
Wrlic (or our mumtmilh Cttnlogue, COU-pto
book.contalnlne lllurtrntlon tudRlvlug lowe.t mn
uttctDrer' irlcvi, with mnurctu!rl, dlcouuM
of rrery klnit of good, and tunplie mauiitactlired
and imporied Into tbe United titau. Urocerlrf,
lloDiebold Uood. Furniture, Clothing, Ladle.
andUcuta' Clothing and Fitmohtni; Uooda, Uruia
tioodi, Wbita flood. Dry Uooda, Hate, Capa,
Hoot and 8nnr, Ulovra, Notlom, Ulaasware,
8utlonerjr. Watcbea, Clockf , Jewelry, (Jllverware,
BumcIm, whlpa, ARtlcultural ItaplemcuW, eto.
ONLY riKHT CLAhH UUOUS, Catalogue tent
oa receipt o( VS cema for expreuaM. Wa are tbe
only couceru wblcbaclleai maiiofacturera' prlcti,
Honing tba buyer tha aaina dtacouut tUt the
niaautecturer plvea to tbe wbolarala buyer. Wa
guarantee all gooda aa repretented: l( not found
ao, money refunded. Goode aent by expreea or
freight, with prlrllege of examlnailoti beforo pay
ing. A. KAItl'KN A CO..
I.Qulucybtreet, Cblcaj;o, ill.
WE WILL PAY
A ralary of SU to $.V) per week to GOOD agenta
to represent n In every comity, and veil our general
llDeofMrnliaiidlM'atiiiitmiUaurer.' price. ONl.r
TnntK WHO WANT BrKADY KHHLOVtlBNT MKKD
ArrLY. Catalogue and particular eeut on receipt
tf Ui centa (or exprer.ae.
A. KARI'KN CO
lit Qutucy ctreet, Ctilcago. I".
f5?J22,2PJLlafUI?f lwlM bo taken to
prevent sertoos trouble.
Diseases can bo cored
la tnelr Inclplencr,
ii may boooma dancerooa.
OH. J. H. MCLEAN'S
LIVER &S KIDNEY BALM
jaU piabetea. Prioo $1 per bottla. 8en4
iWP for boott of blnta, bow to llva
ssa cure Umm Olatresslng coruplalnts.
THI DR. J. H. MCLEAN MED. OO
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The Best Yet. , - r
.Tlio Omaha Weekly lira for tli'd- batanoo of
the venr, with a colored lithograph of 1'rcwlilcni
Ilnnlson, will bo acnt to any address In this
country for 'jsccnM. rhU elcgHtit picture M
tint boat tiki-iif aa of tlm President ntiDIUIicd,
and would coat you nt least out) dollar In ituy
art store. Don't mlw the chance, but se.id In
your order st once.
'i vt Hum l'uuusuiKU.Co., Omaha, Neb.
l. n. lilJKTF.II, i:lltor.
Tho toaolicra' mooting nt Uuldo
Kock la.u Saturday, Sept. !Mt1i, wns
well nttcmlcd. Ttvonty-thrco toaohcrs
besides olhcrs intcrcslcd in oducittion
wcro present. Mr. Jos. Drcibnoli
wns ohoon secretary protein.
Wo shall speak of tho papers In
general. Tho papers read st tho
meeting wcro intcrcHting and instruc
tive, and showed circuit preparation
on the purl of tho rcodoro.
Tliolifoor l'go nnd the l'limnry
untio of tho Statu course of study,
bioiiht fur'.li the livilicnt diHOUSHion.
It cannot be said of our meetings of
Iiihi year, nnd of our first meeting
this year that u fev persons did nil
tho talking (a criticism often mndo of
teachers' nicotings in other places) as
tho young tcaohcrs as well as thoso
who hnvo been engaged in tho profes
sion for ninny years, manifested nn
interest in tho work by taking nn ao
tivo part in discussing tho various sub-
joots brought beforo them for their
All joinod heartily in singing from
'Tho Nstional School Singer."
Although this meeting wns it good
ono yet wo predict our having still
hotter ones in tho futuro as toaohcrs
give moro attention to tho Heading
Cirolo work. All thoso who havo not
procured Heading Circlo books, should
do so toon, as we should cro long com
monco doing second mouth's reading,
following tho printed outline.
Our motto, "Our meetings aro what
wo mako them." was generally rooog
nized by tho trachors prcsont and
thoy made this meeting a grand suc
cess, Wo wish tho public to know who
Boino of our livo teachers aro, nad
shall givo tho names of thoso prcsont
at tho Guido Hock meeting. Thoy
aro as follows:
11. E. Popox Jno. M Earner, Maudo
Orchard, Olivo Foc,.Ncttio Hummel,
Tillio Frascr, Ooo. M. Castor, Goo.
Burton, Orpha Pottit, L. A. 'Krjontz,
Wa. T. Frasor, Carrio Bill, Kllii Van
Wocrt, Lona A. Bailoy, Oarrio M.
Hummol, Lulu Harbor, Geo. 0. Mann,
Jos. Brosbaoh, II. V1,', Cox, Sylvcstor
Frisbio, Jcsslo Arnold, M. M. Million
and Lulu 0. Albin. Somo absent
ones expressed regrets that thoy
could not possibly attend tho mooting
at this. time.
Thoro are thrco things that wa wish
to muko prominent in our meetings
this year, viz: 'Heading oirclo, State
courso of study, and Difficulties mot
with in our actual schsol work.
If any teacher meets with a diffi
cult pioblum in arithmetic, a sentence
in grammar, a ciso of disoiplinr, or
any other difficulty in his work upon
which ho would liko to hayo tho opin
ions of others, lot him bring tho sub
ject beforo tho meeting for general
discussion. In this way wo may bo
helpful t otio another. By' helping
ono another we benefit tho school.
Wo antioipato having a 'good teach
cr' meeting at Bladen next Saturday
Thoso in tho neighborhood of Bist.
No. 18 should attend tho local reading
circlo mooting held at that place, next
Saturday ovoning, Oat. 1st.
Wo giyc, in this column this woek
tho governor's proclamation in regard
to tho ctlobration of Columbus Bay.
Supt. Goudy's circular in regard to
tho day will appeor in every paper, io
this county and in this column next
work if possible. Webster county
sohools will not bo behind her aistcr
a! l it . IB . " i
counties in mo oeieoratton. or. .the
t'our-hundreth anniversary of thc dis
covery of Amerioa by Columbus,
Tho Pi-esidebt of the United States
Vol. 20. No. 10
having appointed Friday, Oct, 21,
18i)2, ns tho four-hundredth nnnivor
snry of tho di.ioovory of Amoriu by
Columbus, by uis proolnmation, a na
tional holiday, and racommended its
observance, and tho department of
superintendent of tho National Kdu
cntion Associntion having heartily en
dorsed tho idea of a national holiday,
tho celebration of which tho public
schools of tho ropublio everywhere
tho center, and such a oolobratton be
ing at onco patriotio and oroditablo in
a state with so yplondid n rooord in
odueatiouitl in utters ns our own; Now,
thcroforo, 1, James K Bojd, governor
of tlio statu of Nobntnku in accord
unco with the notion of tho presi
dent of tlm United States, and in re
sponse to tho nishcH nf tho National
Kducution Association, do horoby des
ignate nnd appoint Columbus Day,
namely, Friday, Oct. 21, 1892, as a
public holiday, and recommend that
it bo observed by tho difforont sohools
throughout tho state of Nebraska;
thnt businoss bo suspended on that
day; thnt civil and military organisa
tions tako pnrt in tho celebrations
and that tho day bo dovotod to the
inspiring of tho children of this land
with tho truo appreciation of tho his.
tory, grandeur and destiny of this
This work is cupooially coukitted
to tho Hon. A. K. Goudy, superinten
dent of public instruction.
Witness my hand and the great
scitl of tho stito of 'Nebraska at tbe
oapitol, in tho city of Lincoln, this
6th day of September, A. D., 1802.
JAMK8 E. BOVD.
By i ho Governor.
John C. Ai.mn,
Secretary of State.
A copy of the Offioial Program will
be sent to every teacher in Webster
Jno. Tulloys will commence teaching
in Dist. No. 35 shortly.
Edith Sorlvoner will leach in Dlit.
Ploano read tho following names,
thoSO aro not ofiinn annlrra tint. t4.
of base burning hard coal stoves, and
all 1 A JmmSJa.1 A .! At "
an uu uuumeu io use ine uarund,
Somo of thoso havo used the Garland
7 years without ono cent's worth of
I W Tulleys John Cox
II K Pond O (1 Bell
It B Fulton C W Kaloy
8 Tomplo John Foster
P W Shoa L fl Fort
y, Albright AC Hosmer
WalterBberwood J 8 Kmigh
StntoTlank V. B Fnfton
D M, Piatt Cliff Pope
J W Sherwood and others.
Tho finest lino of cook stoves, Oak
stov.es, and Base burners in, tho valley
at A Morhart's. 7-3t
I' Tho County Fair.
If. seems to The CiHKr, that this
year, of all years, U the one for our
f armors to try and make the fair a
success. Kyery effort is being put
forth by President Alyca and the
board of directors to make it a winner
nnd wo hojievo that tho pocple ought
to baok.un their efforts. They have
arrangod a special exhibit on the fol
lowing articles with guaranteed cash
premiums, which ought to bring oat
a largo display:
.rn 15 0010 00
Wheat IK nn mnn
Oat? 10 00 5 00
cruu. . . . , ,,,,,, ....
Tho farmer should
and make arranrfmnntK fnr i,Ai. as.
play, ltomeinbor for the above arll-
olos the premiums are Kuaranteed.asd
will be paid in cash. For fiWr Mrtfe
ulars call on D. F. Truokyi.MviB.
tonrlnnt nf that J-..5l7!?,
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See Osoir PitwArkifi.
Hour. Jie has made a. big
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