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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1892)
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Our s.tock was never so large,
Prices were never so low.
Th6se prices sell
See what we offer you for your money.
Childron's Oil Grain Button Shoos, 8 to 12 $ 90
Misses' " ' " " 13 to 2 1 15
Women's " " " " 2to7 1 35
" Beamr Top Foxed Button Shoes, 24 to 7 l 25
Youths' Tip Boots, full stock, 11 to 2 1 65
Boys' " " " " 2i to 5 -1 90
Men's Boots $1.50 to 4 00
Genuine Dongola and Pebble Goai $2.50 Shoes 1 95
Oxfords and low Shoes at Cost to Close Out .
Shoes that rip sewed free of charge and all
We will save you money.
BLAKBSLBB & KALEY
l'inc tar at Dcyo & Urico's.
Lew Clupp was in Itluomitigtou ths
Cottitrg has- the finest lumps you
ever saw. ' '
AH 8;zcs of window glnss nt Dcyo
Harry Pond has liad the windows
in hiit office nicely painted.
That dollar and a half vaso lamp
tt Cottings is a beauty.
Mr. A. S. Marsh and family expect
to go to California next week.
J. A. Lopeman, our popular tree
man, was in tho oity.this week.
Hats and eaps for tho whole world
nt right prides. ClllCAOO Stoiie.
G. W. Lindsoy and wifo expect .to
go to Newcastle, Wyo,, in a fow days.
Deyo & Orjco nro having a nice
wall paper trifdo this fall. Their
stock is largo.
There is no setter paint in the
market than the Lincoln mixed paint,
sold by (Jotting.
The old reliable corner drugstore is
in bolter shapo than ever to tako caro
of its largo trade,
Mr. O. Mulvainc, wifo and daughter
of Newman, III., are visiting with
Andcison Ilcdgo and family.
L V. Taylor has returned homo
from Olinton, Illinois, jprbero ho has
been on a visit to his people,
Mrh. L, D. Dcnnoy. of lied Cloud,
has been visiting with her father, Dr.
Baird, this week. Mud Hill Leader.
Cotting has a big stock of 10 cent
sheet music cataloguo of over 2,000
pieces. Como in and look them over.
Sherwood & Albright for groceries.
Hacker's old stand. Tho beat of
everything kept in stock.
Trunks and valises anoT rubbor
clothing in endless quantity received
this week. CHICAGO Store.
Go to Sherwood & Albright for
your fine groceries. The boys aro de
serving and will nuko it a business to
watoh your interests.
Tho . city ciunoil should have a
briok fluo put up at tho engino and
save tho cxpcnoo of buying a Bheet
iron fluo every f,ow days.
The managers of the lied Cloud
cemetery have succeeded in having
it fenced. Every citizen in the city
will commend the action.
E. J. Potcrson, of Catherton to
ship, who' was quite bauly injurcu By
being kicked by a home a few wee
ago, is auiu iu uu aruuuu nguiu.
Received this week the niccBt so
looted stock of men's suits you ever
. saw in this city.
GuiOAao Clothing Store.
II. A. Shinkle will movo his second
hand store into the room, to soon be
vacated by J. Murray. Mr. Shinkle
is doing a thriving business and wo
wish him success.
Tho patrons of our schools should
aim to be out in full forco on Colum
bus day. Tho Superintendent, G. M.
Castor and the Board of Education
are arranging for a suitable celebra
tion on that day.
Editor Greonlec, of tho lied Cloud
Democrat, spent Wednesday in Bluo
Hill, a dclcgsto to tho Domooratio
float convention. Ho boing in cbargo
of tho Webster county delegation.
Bluo Hill Leader.
On last Sunday Noah Perry and J.
L. Miller hired a livery rig and start
ed for tho country. Thoy had no
mora than started boforo tho (bam
took friirbt and, in spite of tho occu
pants of the buggy, ran oif'and at'tho
engino house upset tho buggy throw
ing tho men out and bruiniog them
severely but not seriously.
Boyd & Overiog, our enterprising
marble doulers, displayed' remarkable
energy in making a flho 'display of
headstone?, monuments, and"3o forth,
nt tho fair last wock. Thoy employ
killcd workmen awd- hd "Work dis
played gave cvidenco that they wcro
prepared to enpo with the most exteu-
, . sivo firms of the kind in tho west.
The work was boautiful and was ad
mired by all who oxamiattUt.
Cioods could not U better
the goods and
REPUBLICAN MA8 MEETING
Will aftdreea th mod! of WebsUr
county, on the political issaes of tho day,
ta the opera house, Oct. 27. All are in
vited. This apeech will be one of the
best of the campaign.
Try tho new shoemaker at Blakes
lco & Kaley's.
X. B. Wisooarnor has added his
namo to The Chief's list.
First class work is done at tho
Golden Eagle Tailor Shop. .
J. B. Wisecarner has purchased the
City Livery barn of Mr. Swihart.
Attorney Trunkey has recently pur
chased a number of fine law bookB.
YanBcnson has hay for sale at $3.60
per ton. Sco him if you want hay. tf
Sco Osoar Patmor bofore buying
our. He has made a big' roduo tion.
If you aro going to paint this fall,
go to Doyo for your material and save
John Fishor of DeWitt, Illinois,
was in Red Cloud this week looking
Don't forget that Adam Morhart
has the finest lamps in tho city and is
selling them at way down prices.
Call on us for boys' suits, wo are
strictly in it in this line.
Fred McKecby, who went to S,
Jjouib to study medicine, has cone Ao
Umaba. His health would not
mit of his Btaytng in that city.
Do you need wall paper ? Deyo's
stock is complete and new. He does
not allow his stock to run down and
then work of old stock on you.
At a republican caucus on Mondav
eveniner It B. Fulton was nominated7
for Supervisor, J. Baylcs, for Justiofe
Jos Warren Assessor, J. B. Wri
Tho W. C. T. U. will meet during
Oitobor with Mrs. 0. J. Pope. All
members should be present at the
noxt meeting to hear a report of tho
For men's, boys' or children's
underwear wo are after you sharp
beoauso we bavo the stock and quality.
Prioo is mado to suit you.
Cuioaoo Clothing Store.
Blakeslco & Kaley, at tho Cincin
nati Shoe Store, have secured tho ser
vices of a first-olass shoemaker and
all wishing fine custom work or re
pairing can bo acoimmodated. Satis
Maybo McKcighan could fix up
that Cadctship whereby ho appointed
.'nr Tnnra nrtff trt Wadi. Vinf inoieail nf
a Nebraska boy, if ho oould -bo re
elected, but he never will be for An
drews is the coming man.
Joseph Frcudenstine, of Clinton,
Illinois, was in the eity this week.
He purohascd a fino farm near Guide
Hock for which he paid $4,000 cash.
The farm is one of the best in the
county. He paid this ofice a very
' Mies Jonnie Boll and Miss Mabel
Truman went to Beatrice last Friday
morning as delegates from the Christ
ian Church in Red Cloud to the Y. P.
S. C. E, Convention in that oity.
Thoy returned Monday evening high
ly pleased with tho courtisies cf the
C. Wioncr has taken the accn'ov
for Dr. Jaros Hygiene underwear. It
is recommended bv leadincr nhvaioians
in tho United States. Used by the
army and nayy and tho prinoipal
cities uso it in thoir fire and police
departments as an almost sure pre
ventlye against ruoumaUBU.
It'a not very pleasant to cough and back
To suffer pain in cheat and back,
Many people oould atop it, for sure,
Uy simply using one minute cough cure
For sale by Cotting.
i Troublo has again invaded tho
rjuiet quarters at Bluo Hill. Super
Zimmorman, Tuesday morning escort-
cda Mrs. Fulley to Red Cloud to ap
pear boforo tho Insane Commission.
Sho was adjudged insane and was
taken to HastinB where eho will re
main in "duranco vilo" until suob
time comes that tho family want her
baolc again, If she comes baolc the
old man should be sent in her atoad.
Blue Hill Leader.
Oysters at Calmes.
M. It Dontloy hns returned home from
Judge Bonllo, has been holding court
E. C. Cooper, ot Lincoln, was in the
eity this week. '
Andy Warner of Lincoln was in tho
oity this woik.
J.N. Riohnrdsof Uontrice, wns in tho
oity this week.
S. C. Smith, of Ueatrioe. was in Red
Cloud this week.
Dr. Sohenok 6t Riverton, was attend
ing court this week.
The oreamery haa shot down, becau se
of shortage of pasture.
Anson Higby or Dondwood, B. I)., was
in lied Cloud this week.
Jake Reigle has taken a position with
Traders' Lumber Company.
Remember that W W Wright will
make you the lowest pricos on stoves.
Mm. Dollarhlde is visiting with the
family of kr. It. P. Hutchison this week.
Don't forget that Hollow'eon will soon
be here, and then looks will bo necessary.
Wanted: A girl to do house work.
Good wages. Inquire at Duoker's dry
Mr. Potter and wife, of Wilcox,
were visiting with Meeurs. R. P. and
Will Kizer and Mias Viola Charley, of
this city were married Oot. 10, 1892, by
Rev. E. L. Ely.
Vin Willinras has returned home to
atny. bo has been working for the 11. it
fti. rail road.
3, L. Miller was at Geneva attending
the Grand Lodge of tho Knighte of
i'ythtas tbis weolt.
Hev. O. M. Larsen of Minnesota, was
the guet of A. O. Berg, this week. He
Fred Olmatead of Hasting, an attor
ney, looks splendid in a foot rnoe after
nts bat in a wind storm.
A. D. Ranney. A. M. Walters. I. O. Ma:
tin, '. a. uweezy, it. a. uimpeon or m
mil were in tho oity this week.
Sylvester Day, is home from his visit
in Waahinston D. C and Pennsylvania.
He baa been visiting hia old homo and
"nandsomo ib that iiandsomo does,"and
if Rood's Barsanarllla doesn't do hand
somely then nothing' does, navo you
ever tried itr
Uncle J .'Post who hns been in Colora
do for his'liealth. haa returned to this
oity. He says Red Ootid is tho best city
be over lived in.
On the 10th, Mr. Otto Stocke, will sell
80 head of stock, composing cattle,
horses, and hogs. He will give 12 months
time without interest.
This conntr, through our Connty
Treasurer, Chris Fnssler, has paid the
stato $20,710.77 this year in taxes and
lease money for stato and University
IThere, will be a poverty social and con-
nnarum supper at the K. r. nail Satur
day evening. All Invited. Given by tho
Y. P. 8. O. E. of tho Congregational
Bomo fellow thought he would be fan
ny and arrested Wright Thornburg on
a state charge, but Wright boat Mr.
fellow, and in turn will giro the fellow a
doeq of his own medicine.
Otto Stocke who has lived in this conn-
l tot the lastslx yeara has decided to
most industrious farmors.
A committee of three haa been nnnoltt
ed by the council to extend tho water
mains from Bleepor'n corner north three
Diocits to u. J. Myers residence and west
two blocKs to lid Htmtn's property.
On last Thursday over 100 of our vot
ers, nearly all republicans, went over to
Nelson to the Andrews MoKeighan de
bate. The republioana are jubilant over
the drubbing that the remiblican candi
date gave MoKeighan.
Our old friend J.Murray, proprietor of
the Fair Store is going to move into the
oooupiedbyR.M. Martin & Son. Vr. Mur
ray is going to put in a much larger stock.
Thk CuiBr wishes him much DrosDerltv.
A oonfidenoe man, on tho fair grounds,
played a smart trlek on a man by the
name of Boyce. He asked the man if he
could change $5. The man said he
could and handed two dollars and a half
to the fellow, who immediately took to
his heels with the $0 and the 82.50.
The speech by J u. Caldwell, last
Wednesday night was a master-piece of
eloquence and logieal conclusion for the
republican party. His speech vrss a vote
ujunui, uuu u uuniuur woo nave Doen
breathing calamity decided that tboy
woeld change back to the republican
Last Thursday evening a number ot
young folks surprised uenry J. Clark.
it being bis twenty-first birthday. The
evening was passed pleasantly and at
the olose they all enjoyed and excellent
upper. Among the numorous presents
he received was a beautiful S. of V.badge
ajtvett uy me o, oi v. dbuu.
The attention of our readers is called
to the card of The Biegel, Weleh & Claw
son Live Btook Commission Co., of Kan
sas City. This arm merits consideration
from shippers and feeders of live stock.
Eaeh department is looked after by a
member of the firm, thos insuring better
servioes than when left to disinterested
employes. They have a largo amount of
available capital for the use of patrons.
Furnish free ot charge daily market re-
potie. uiva worn a mat.
Richest of all in Leavening Power.
Celebration of Columbus Day.
Tho teachers and tho board of edu
cation of this oity aro making cxton
sivo proparationo for tho celebration of
Columbus day October 131, and they
extend a general invitation to the com
munity to join them in tho observance
of tho day. Tho president of the
United States in his proclamation very
fittingly proposed that tho public
schools should tako tho lead in tho
day's demonstrations and throughout
tho entire country tho peoplo will as
somblo on that day in oommomoration
of the greatest event in history and in
recognition of tho xuprcmo claims th'at
childhood and youth and thoir sohools
have upon their country. Flags have
been procured for tho school buildings
and on that day will bo unfurled from
their summits with becoming core
mony. It is hoped that tho business
men of tho city w'll as far as pos.siblo
closo their places of business during
tho hours of tho afternoon in which
tho exorcises aro held. Every patriot
in Red Cloud and community is cordi
ally invited to meet at the G. A. 11.
Neb Ix" at 1:'0 p' m on t'l,t dny r 1'1C
OiXipurpoio of joining tho march from tho
i.ii t. tt.. i.ik .i..i t.,.n.i:nn 'pi.-
oommitteo have prepared the follow
ing program of oxeraisos:
Hchools aMcmble at high school bulldlnit at
rrucrsalon from O. A. It. hatl led by thotiand
mi TeierHii ftrnroHi i:.iu p, m.
HiKnM to tictierntonrnuiite implant l.rAn.ra
mo ami at u d. in
mpiis arranged iu convenient lorm aooui
auliiKoitiio presidents lu-ocmmatlon by
tbo master of ceremonies,
itnlslnir ol rliiir liv thn
flBj; rraohea tlm top nf the starl the veterann
lend the assembly In "three cheers for the flag."
Hniute to too nan ny the pupils.
Hlmilnito! America, tlio band accorapanylnf.
rnxesslon to groumli.
1'rayer by Rev. Mr. Cbapln.
MonRof Columbus day.
Address by Hon. J. H. Qllha
Columbus ode Miss Alice llcmsberc.
music sua auournment,
G. M. Caster,
C. F. Gather,
H. K. Pond,
Pelsonod by Scrofula
Is the sad atory of many lives made
miserable through no fault of their own.
Scrofula is more especially than any
other a hereditary disease, and for this
slmplo reason: Arising from impure and
insufllcient blood, tbe disease locates
itself in the lympatics, which are com
posed of white tissue; thero is n period of
foetal life when the whole body consists
of white tissues, and therefore the un
born child is especially susceptible to this
dreadful disease. Bat there Is a remedy
for scorfula. whether hereditary or ac
quired. It is nood'a Sarmparilla, which
by its powerful effect on tho blood,expels
all trace of the disease and gives to the
vital fluid tho quality and color of health.
It you decide to take uood's BarsaDarilla
do not accept any substitute.
Editor Chief: Tho state conven
tion of tho Womans' Christian Tom
pcronoo Union met at Grand Island,
Oct. 3d, in tho First Baptist ohuroh.
Mrs. M. A. Hitchcock, I'res.; Mrs.
C. M. Wondwaid, Vice-Pres. One
hundred and twenty-six delegates
prcsont. Mrs. Brakefield, Dist. I'res.,
and Mrs. F. S, Sherwood from Red
Cloud, Mrs. Bailey of Cowlcs, Mrs.
McClarcn of Blue Hill, Mrs. Snydor
of-Mindon, and others from tho ninth
The program was excellent and well
carried out. The choirs of the differ
ent churohes gavo us exoellent music
Tbe mayor gave us a cordial wel
como to ths oity, and gaye us an in
vitation from Mr. Oxnard to visit the
beet sugar factory, an honor not ac
corded to everyone, as a number of
delegations of men had been unablo
to gain admittance within its sweet
walls. On Wednesday fifty carriages
from the mayor and citizens
wero at the depot. Wo first vis
ited tho college and was rcoeived by
tho faoulty and students. A short
servico was held, when wo' procecdod
to the Old Soldiers'7 Home, a most de
cant building ana grounds, and from
thcro to tho factory, where wo were
escorted through the great building
and, though ''nothing but a woman,
was very, much impressed with the
miolunory which in a short timo con
verted rsw beets into pure whito su
gar. I oould not help wondering if
it was any more complicated than tho
political maohino of which wo hear so
much, On Thutiday, we visited the
groat Union Pacific car shops and
held service at the noon hour.
8tato office wero noarly all re
elected, Mrs. Brakefield being elected
dclegato to tho national' convention
which meets in Denver the last of Oc
tober on Saturday morning. All re
turned to their homes feeling that
they had boon to a Grand Island. S.
A. T. Ormsby, df Donver, Col., was
in this city this wook. Ho is now
locatod. atrial 5' Market Streot, and is
doing a nice business, wo are ploasod
to Icarri. He is in tho general com-mission'bueiness.
U. S.' Gov't Rtport Aug. 17, 1S89,
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Well Made, Stylish Clothing,
Warm and Health Preserving Underwear",
Stylish Hats or Caps,
Serviceable Foot wear','
-:-:- IF SO -:-:-
Come and se u6.
Having just returned from the Eastern remark
et our stock is ready for your inspection.
We have many Raro Bargains to offer yqarV'lr
-AT THK 1
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E.
mud, of Qroton 8. D.. we quote: "Was
taken with a bad cold which settled on my
lungs, cough sat in and finally terminated
in consumption. Four doctors gave me
up, saying I coald live but a short time.
I gave myself up to my Saviour, detem
ined if I coald not stay with tny friends
on earth, I would meet my absent ones
above. My husband was advised to get
Dr. King's Now Deicovery for oowiump
tion, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial
took in all eight bottles; it has cured me
and thank Ood I am now s well and
hearty woman." Trial bottles freo at
C. L. Cottlng's drug store, regular size,
Dr. Feck was in a peck 'o trouble this
week because home one's tattle got into
his corn, but he did not get a pecV of
money for his damages, bat the cattle
eatt three pecks of corn and Peok is
still pecking away.
Good looks are more than skin deep, de
pending opon a healthy condition of all
the vital organs. If the liver be inactive,
yoa have a bilious look, if your stomach
be disordered yon have adyspeptio look
and if year kidneys be affected you have a
pinched look. Secure good health and
you will have good looks. Eleetrio Bitters
Is ths great alterative and tonio aota di
rectly on these vital organs. Curt pim
ples, blotches, boils and gives) a good com
plexion. Bold at O.L. Cottlng's drug store,
SOcts per bottle.
Abraham Lincoln's physician, the emi
nsnt Dr. Holland, who attended him in
his last moments, when the brave man's
life was fast ebbing away, stated that it
was not the dlreet result of the fatal
shot ot "Booth" bat the reduced physical
condition of the president due to tho
enormous strsin upon hia nsrvons system
that if he had taken tbe neeessaty pre
cautions to have kept hia blood, liver sad
kidners in a sound and healthy condition
recovery would have been eertaia, and
that ths remedy he always recommended
wu Hepaticure, the Great English Blood
and Liver tonio, as it is absolutely oerttln
to eare ail these iroabUe. For sals by
Ii. II. ueyo.
A. nainter ta tflane MCI eouteil'
pUtB asfrUgt if to got fltUi VtA tt
Wiiur'n Golds'a Eiglo. Wadding
ouirlts a specialty.
Drooped Dead at a Hansiuet.
Many a man who has attended fame
and riohee here, has been thus suddenly
nuiiAl to the hereafter. The dootorsvaid
ho died of heart failure. It hbjmfcleod
had been pure hi heart would nave bean
beating yet. Take Hepatloure whether
yon banquet yourself at home upon a
dinner of herbs or are banquetted abroad
by kings and potentates. Everybody
needs Hepaticure. It keeps the liver and
kidners pure and healthy; it gives the
heart a healty action restores tho ner
vous ystetn, For sale by Peytf,
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Tko Haa at Ike WkoM.
The man at the wheel has a crave re
sponsibility; so has he who takes hie lit
in his own hands and wheel aetoffJeas
marlarlona or othsrwise sasTettaf wKh
any blood disease to which aajasan aesk Is
heir, ignores the advloe t Ua dearest
friends and refutes to take lleawtioase aa
a mediolne that yearly earee ta aide of
uia reuow aunsrers. uoia or u. a isyo
A much desired 'shower laid the
dust Wednesday morning.
Tko Population or Med Vload
Is about 8.000. and we would ear that
at least one halt are troubled with some
alTeotlon on the throat and lumrs. as tkeaw
complaints are, according to staUMios.
more numerous than others. Wewoald
advise all our readers not to neglect the
opportunity to call on their drtUMlataad
got a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs. Trial also free'. Large
bottles COots and tl. Bold by aU dracr.
navissr sold one half (nlsrest' la mr
store to Bert Grioe all patties Indebted to
me will plsase sell aneT settle at com.
RocoMmeadcd kfttlso djaooa.
That Is what all EsgrafaVpW aay a
bout whatevsr they kTe to aelL In
America however ite "thajTefdiet of the
people" that mailer's Bartr Wire Lini
ment is the most suoeeasf ul tssssdy for
cute, bruises and sores ever iatroduoed.
For sal by 0. L. Cotting.
Notice ol Lease erftckeel Lands
Niitlco Is herebr alven that tie
contracts on the lollowlng deeerlsea sebeot
lands have been canceled bv the beard tt edu
cational lands and funds, aad If Bet relaetslsd
by payment or . delinquent IntereM er lease
renttl due, said lands will be offered for lees
by the Uounty Treasurer of Webeter oeuaty at
10 o'clock a. in. on the ad day of Noveatbert
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Dated at Lincoln Nebraska, Oct. Srd. 18W.
Com. Publlo Lauds and BniMliag.
I IDA II. 8MITH
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local InstruaieBU In the best of SlyTe.
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