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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. i, 189IL
We make it a Point Ss
- To elenn out nil undesirable Mock twice n year with a Hlgger Full Stock 2
f "inn ever lioitght nt the lowest prism ever known. Wo aro prepnrod
t. to give the people of Webster conuty mote for their money than ?g
Bought of uh tiro guaranteed to give satisfactory service. You can
look it lone while beforo llnding it better place to spend your money "
for FOOTWUAIl than with us. ' 2
Blakesleo & Kaley, 5
mi ui iiuuiiiiiiiiauiiiiiaiiiuui in im
Seed buckwheat at McNitt's.
BojdMunsell ishomo from the fair.
R. M. Martin is taking in the fuir this
A. T. Ormsby of Denver is In tin city
Dr. Tulleysis taking in tho world's
fair this week.
Lew Hummel ia attending tho world's
fair this week,
A, II. Sprachcr, wife and nioco wont to
MTtr last woek.
A. Mohnrt has the finest lino of lamps
that wo hnvo scon.
Ernest Drown ii in Chicago this week
taking in the Bights.
J. 13. Wright, who has been ill for
onto time is able to be around again,
Kd. Drown and wife left Saturday for
a week's visit to tho world's exposition.
MinB Sjlvia Cook and Mrs. Nolandor,
Biiteru of Mrs. M, RBcntlcy are in tho
Boyd & Overing are still doing an lm
nionso business, making many sales each
John Marsdcn was in Tecumseh this
week negotiating for some blooded
Chae. W. Knley, L. P. Albright and
Jus. McXcny roturucd from Lincoln
A. Morhart has just received his assort
ment of lamps for this season, and they
uro lino ncs.
Mr. Guilford has returned from tho
strip. He sayB he don't need any land
in the territory.
A fow of tho members of tho senior
class gathered at Mr. Abel's the other
night for n social visit.
Menzo Campbell ot New York City,
and M. II. Cono of Aztcll, Kansas, aro
the guests of J. U. Davis.
T. L. Olmstead, owner of tho Leach
farm near the city was in the city this
week looking after his interests.
John Barkloy lost a valuable mule
and when questioned as to tho cause of
its death said it died ot ovorsleep,
II. C. Richmond who "tramps" in tho
interest of the Rbi Cloud Chup, wan o
pleasant callor Monday. Blue Hill
J. S. Gilham and son Harry left las
week for a visit to the world's fair. Mr,.
fiilhmm eoea to Connecticut beforo h
The A. O. U. W. lodge paid Mrs. Huff,
man 12000 ia two woeks after tho death
other husband. This ia certainly a
good showing for tn"at already popular
Noah Wagonor, a respected citizen of
this community who has been in aouui
em Kansas for some ttmo naa return
tinmn nnil eaR there is no placo Ue
Mr. C. Boron who was editor ot Titc
Pmrn- in 1R88.9. or 15 years ago, was a
pleusant caller at this office last Friday.
Wo are glad to note his prosperity in un
The republicans in convention as
sembled, honored Wobstor county by
nominating Mr. C. W. Kaley, of Red
Cloud, for one ot the regeuta of the
stato university. Blue Hill Leader.
Miss Trlx Mizor left Saturday for
Chicago whoro slio will meet her moth-
who is on her roturn trip from uni
mil after snendlng a fow days in tin
white city visiting tho fair they will re
turn to Rod Cloud.
K. L. Mooro. familiary known ns "Kid-
1U" Moore, left Saturday for Chicago
and after a short visit to the ( fuir, he
will return to his home in Ma'nchostor,
Iowa. Kiddle hns made many friends
hero who much regret his departure
Tho Ladies Home Journal oilers one
voura, the Now England Conservatory
of MubIc to evory girl who will secure
ono thousand subscribers before January
1st, 1S91. MIes Campbell, one of the en
torprifling muBic toachers of this place,
ivill make the effort to securo the desired
.,,i,.r f nnmos. The Chief wishes
Tho editor of The Cmr.r loft Monday
for Omaha, whoro he goes us u ropreaen
tatlve to tho grand lodgo K. of i now
ussembled in that city. On Wednesday
ho wus jtined by his wifo and daughter
Ethel, and his nioco, Miss Clark, und all
go to Chicago to visit the fair. After a
visit at tho fair Mrs. HoBmer . and
duufihtor will go to Clinton, 111., for u
r-tu wmUr visit, und Mr. Hosmor with
Mlsa Clark will visit her homo and that
of Mr. Hosmor.s plBtor in Flint. Michi
gan. Wo hope the Big Injun will get
through all right.
For fresh fruit see McNltt.
School supplies Doyo & Orico.
Tho best bread in tho city at Calmcs
Miss Emma Moodo went to Endicott
Go to Galmea for broad, pies, onkes, ice
Buy your stoves of A. Merhart and
Tho famous Gem cooks and rangcB
Heath & Milligan's paint for salo by
Deyo & Grlce.
McNltt will take eggs in exchange for
Hour, feed and oil.
Llojd Richardson returned homo Fri
day from Fulrbury.
D. F. McFarlund is taking in tho
world's fair this weok.
Miss Mollio Ferris left Saturday for
visit to tho world's fair.
When yon want a good cooking
heating stove boo W. W. Wright.
Blakesleo fc Kaley hnvo boon lltting
the interior of thoir store this week.
Rceso Thompson and wifo loft Inst
Friday for a visit to the world's fair.
Minor Bros, are closing out their
heavy stock of boots and shoes at cost.
Miss Myrtle Jones was up from Guide
Rock visiting old frionds for a fow days
You can see the largest and cheapest
luco und chonile curtains in the city at
Will Thompson and wifo went to tho
great whito city last Friday to see the
sights at the fair.
Wright's is the place to get yonr heat
ing or cooking stoves, 'Don't fail to see
them for bargains,
If you want a good lamp cheap, see
Deyo & Grice. They havo a now and
For the largest, best and cheapest lino
ot ladies and misses cloaks, capes and
shawlos, go to Minor Bros.
Geo. Overing left Tuesday for a two
woeks trip in tho interest of the Red
Cloud Granite & Marble Works.
Chaa. H. Larmer and Miss Camillo
Giudici of Superior, were married at
aco by Father Quinn last Mon-
G. W. Mil'.er, daughter of D. F.
Scammon, of Grnnd Island, accompanied
by her grandson is visiting in tho city
F. E. Goblo has sold his interest in
the Trader's Lumber Yard and Vio
Fulton will now take the management
ot tho samo.
ho ever gonial Vince Solliday, the B.
M. conductor came to our sanctum
while in town this week and handed us
two dollars telling ua that ho couldn't
de without the Great Family Weokly.
This week Johnnie Marsdon purchased
a beautiful monument for hie father's
grave, it was furnished and designed
by Boyd & Ovoring and is caliod n dark
Rutland and ia something very elaborate
The Western Normal College of Lin
coln is now a prosperous institution,
and starts this year under very favor
able auspicos. Its president, Mr. Wm.
M. Cronn is an acknowledged edusator
ormucu ability and from what we can
nrn tho college is onjoying a splendid
R. B. Fulton has in is possession a
genuine hard-tack bearing much re
semblance to a common soda cracker,
which ho while in sorvice sont homo to
his mothor in 1802. Shoatowod it away
and in rumaging un old trunk a fow
days ago some one found it and sent it
to Mr. Fulton at Red Cloud.
Mrs.Chnrlott Knolls of Salt Lake City
sister of Mrs. Wm. Parkes of this city
mother of Mrs. Goo Leming formerly of
this place now of McCook, diod at her
home in Salt Lake last Saturday p. m.
Mr.ond Mrs. Parkes had just returned
from a visit to Mrs. Knollos when they
received a telegram annouacing her
Tho Adolphian Quartet gavo their on-
loruunmeni last monuuy nignt as per
announcement. Tho boys aro the pos
sessors ot rich, clear, and woll cultivated
voices, which blend harmoniously in
tho rendition of tho choice vocal selec
tions comprising thetrjoxtonslvo ropsr
tolro. Thoir entertainment was given
at tho Congregational church, und llko
all doings at in in piaco, me nouse was
filled to its utmost capacity. They were
frequently encored, and should they
oror come here again thoy will bo as
surod a full house,
C1MS AIYt V.SHS.
All kinds of hardware at Wright's
Window glass, putty, Ac, at CottingV,
New hay can bo had by leaving orders
Frank Martin was down from Grand
Island this week.
Joe Holcomb was in Wilcox tho latter
part of last week.
MIbs Nora Nico was visiting in the
country this week.
Dr. McKeeby made a professional call
in Superior thiswuok.
The Infectious houso lly will soon be
relegated to obscurity.
Geo Neaaoafonuer switchman on the
B.AM, is back to tho city.
P. W. Shea and wifo uro taking in tho
Bights in tho white city thi week.
Mrs. J. A. Reed and little daughters
were visiting in Lebanon this weok.
A. Clark added his namo to tho list of
tho Groat Family Weokly this week.
Mr.andMrs. A. A. Popo left Monday
for a visit to the festivities in Chicago.
Go to Calmo's bakory for tobacco, ci
gars, candies, fruits, bread, lunch, Ac .
Miss Graco Fort entertained a few
friends lust Friday at her pleasant home.
Underwear for everybody. The great
est vurioty within reach of ull. Chas.
Walter McCord, who has been absent
for some time, returned to this city
8am Kiser and Jack Roid aro Bixteen
miles down in Kaniiaa building a house;
Ed. Ranney, son of our County Clerk
ney, is here from New Jersey visit-
parents and frionds.
MissMablo Truman and Miss Dora
Hedge went to Omaha Thursday to at
tond tho stuto convention of the Y. P. S.
Kill tho mites and other insects that
infect your chicken houso by using Car
bolineum. Sold only by Cutting, tho
Go and see Wright's. Thoy havo the
flnost lino of heating stoves that hnvo
ovor boon brought to Red Cloud beforo.
See thorn boforo buying,
A cut loud ot rock suit for salo at L
PAlbright's flour and food store
O. R. Pitney of Inavnle has been
honored by tho nomination ot float rep
resentative in the 4Gth Dist. to till va
cancy. Wanted: The pooplo of Red Cloud
and vicinity to remember that the Hur
vard Painless Dental Parlors are here to
stuy, in tho opera house block.
E. J. Overing came homo otT tho road
Sunday and loft Monday. He reportB
business in the interest ot the Red
Cloud Marble Works first class.
Nebraska is blessed with beautiful
weather. In tho summer and autumn
the nights aro especially lovely and the
air at all times is fresh and Invigorat
ing. Rod Cloud is well represented at tho
world's fuir this weok; more so than any
town ot its size near hero. About forty
of our citizens are attending the fair
County Superintendent Hunter was
on tho sick list part of last week and
this, which interfered somewhat with
his visitation of schools in which work
he has beon actively engaged.
Wm. Richardson living six miles south
east of this city sold in tho last year hogs
amounting to 82,080.00 the last sale
amounting to 9075.00. He still has some
left, valued at 8800.00. Mr. Richardson
don't complain of hard times.
Mrs. Bentley and family removed to
Lincoln Monday of this weok where
they will reside permanently. They are
an excollent family and having resided
here a good many years havo mado
many sincoro friends who regret their
leaving very much.
Red Cloud was well represented on
the diamond lust Saturduy, the second
nino playing the North Inavule club at
that place, and tho high school nino
plajing the Cowlca school. Both clubs
were thoroughly Boaked, tho former by
a score ot 20 to 2.1, the lutter being 111
to 111. The "kids are all right at home,
but when thoy lcavo thoy get rattled.
A novel and artistic wheol ornaments
tho front of Honry Cook's drug store,
Tho wheel is uutoiiatio and revelvcs con
stantly, supporting thrco sholvos the
bottom sholf, being perhaps 20 inches in
in diameter, and the top one about
eight. The shelves are laden with vari
ous samplos ot notions which undorgo
the samo nolsoleea revolving process all
A sistor ot L. A. Hsskins who has
been visiting him from Elroy, Wiscon
sin, and whose daughter Maud was ser
iously injured by boing thrown from a
horse a fow weeks since, has resolved to
give her tho best medical treatment, and
accordingly moved to tho city, and now
occupios tho proporty opposite tho Bap
tist church. Miss Muud is now under
the care ot Dr. Dameroll and is said to
! i --l
Little Lord Fuuutlerojr
Was a beautiful child but he had ono draw
back, his faoe was covered with pimples.
His grandfather bought a tottle of Haller's
Bftrsapnrtlla and was so pleased at its re
sults that ho took 4 bottles himself and
onred his rheumatism. For sale by
Deyo & Grioe.
Duiliig the next two wck
correspondents will iilcuse arnil
nil correspondence Intended for
piinllculloii to Roy Tall, local
editor, as the editor will bo !
sent Tor two weeks.
S. F. Spokeslleld waslin Hebron this
D. M. Piatt is visiting the fair this
Mrs. Tomllnson is on tho sick list this
Mrs. J. C. Myers loft for Chicago Inst
Wnll paper and window curtains at
John Garbor was in Hastings '.last
Cactus Tar Soap only 5 cents n cake
Den Lindsay wont to tho Chicago
Rail road work on tho B. A M. is im
Grant McFarlund and wifo returned
from Lincoln Monday.
Ed. Ranney and his mothor wore vis
iting in Ilivcrton Tuesday.
JolT Ward is carrying his arm in a sling
tho result ot a painful boil.
Mrs. M. E. Huffman left this morning
for Palmyra, III., on a visit.
yWill C. CmM. unnni.t nrmnt nt f tm
'Lncashuo Insurance Co. was intheclty
The Cowles school will piny the Rod
Cloud south school n friondly game of
ball in this place Saturday.
Mrs. J. C. Warner loft last Suturduy
tor Onialia where sho will meet her hus
band nnd thoy will go to tho fair.
"Orango Blossom" is safe and harmless
as n Flax Seed Poultice. Any lady onu
ne it hersolf. Bold by C. L. Cottiug.
Morris Stern nnd wife left Saturday
for Chicago to visit the fair. Mrs.
Stern will spond the winter in Phila
Mrs. M. W. Dlckerson loft Saturday
for Chicago whero sho will join her hus
band, and after a short visit to Wiscon
sin will roturuhomo.
Mr. Hull, tho new minister ot tho M.
E. church, discoursed two ehxjuent ser
mons at that church und was listened to
by a largo congregation.
Unilo Dick Payno of Otto proved up
on his claim this week and is comforta
bly prepared to spend tho bullnnce of
his days in Wobstor county.
W. N. Blankbaker & Fisher Phinno
moro of Walnut Creek wore in this city
Wednesday. While here Nick paid
this sanctum a ploasant cull.
T. J. Blunkenbuker of Walnut Creek
came to Red Cloud Wednesday to per
fect arrangements with Dr. Mo Keeby
for an articfiial foot, having lost that
member about a your ago.
Patrick Gouldlo and Miss Katie Mc
Couley, living in Lino precinct, wore mar
ried by Father Quinu this wook. Bothj
aro woll respected young people and buven
many friends in tho country.
Dr. L. D. Donnoy who is now consulting
phjoician with the O. E. Miller Hernia
Troutmont Co. ot Snn Antonio, Toxas, is
inthocityfor n few dnjs. Ho reports
buslnoss nourishing in his new location.
Tho populist of Gar Hold township an-
nounco speaking at Kont's school house
Tuesday night and accordingly the
house was tilled to satiety. Capt. Hou
chin, J. L. Miller and W. B. Householder
mado some good speeches in favor of
Wo noticed tho stntcmont of the Peo
ples Bank of Oct. 7th. ending just six days
ot business, which exhibits an oxcellent
lino ot deposits and gilt edge loans. Tho
projectors ot this nourishing enterprise
aro well pleased with the prospects and
tho poople are not roluctant to give them
Mrs. L. 1). Oatmnn and son Roy, in
company with Sammy Spry and Mill
Berthu Hnuclinc, attended a party at
Frank Kuehn Tuesday night, und on
their return homo ono wheel of tho
buggy smashed down throwing its oc
cupants to the ground. Tho team sped
homownrd and tho tirod pooplo wero
obliged to wilk that distance In thedurk.
Ray O. Becker, an old Red Cloud boy,
son ot A. U. Becker a former prominent
business man ot this place, wns married
last week in Lincoln to an accom
plished joung lady of that placo. Tho
wedding was a nuiot affair and soon nf
tor their marriage they departed for
Kewane, III., whero Ray Is successfully
engaged in tho banking business. Tar.
Ciiiki' wishoB the deserving young
couplo a long and prosperous life.
Our Slioe Stock
Is moro complete thun ever. Buy your
shoos of us and not vour money's woith.
1 Chas. Wiener,
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leSSO i uaaw
aam m mmmmmmmmmmm m m&s
jg The Chicago Clothing Store. 3
5E: Having recently moved into the room
S formerly occupied by S. F. Spokesfield,
EJwe wish to call the attention of every
gE close buyer in Webster county to this
g That you are buying goods
iii the dark
posting yourself as to what
; No use of taking any merchant's
S:word for anything any more. Simply
iconic and see who is
E:in Red Cloud, who has the most stock,
Zz&lc. We will sell you your
J Nice Fitting
s Extremely Low Prices are
any object to you.
2E: We want your money and will get if
?: vou ffive us half a chance, and will
in return give you More and Betterp.t
: Goods than any
C the city. Come
B A. GALTTSHA, Mgr
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WRIGHT ! WRIGHT ! WRIGHT !
Wright is the Man.
He has the largest line of Stoves in Red
l'oii enn not nllbrd te mias
us you will loso money.
W. W. Wright, the Hardware Man.
Jos. C. Hlcon?k,
-PUOPltlETOIt OP TIIE-
Has tho best rigs in tho city and tho most reasonable prides,
Your orders solicited mid fuir treatment guaranteed.
North of Hie Holland House.
To many ladies in how to keep thoir
hair in curl on rainy days. The solution
isoaBj. Ask Deyo &, Grico for Nonpar
eil llair curler and tho ptizzlo will bo
Mro. J. A. Frame has purchased the
olty bakory and rcHtaurant and solicits
your patronage. Fresh bread, pies und
cakes every day.
Between Red Cloud and Sherwood,
Kansas, a black seat containing a re.
backed djjbook witk valuable noter
and acoouuts with the sigonture F. F.
Soott, Finder will call at this oilier
and receive reward. '
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Altutj.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
without first si
doing the businesses
if Good Goods,
other merchant in
and see us.
seeing lilt slock before buying
To euro tho itch take one box of Hal
ter's Australian Salvo and thoroughly
anoint the body, ueo nailer's Barsaparll'sj
four times a day for thirty days and aa
nbfioluto euro will follow. For sale by
Deyo & Grice.
Go to Wrights for scliool-houso heat
tng stoves. Best hi Red Cloud. R
Republican Central Committee.
Tho monitors of tho republican cen
trul committee aro requested to moot in
Rod Cloud on Saturday, October 14 tb,
1603, ut one o'clock p. m, at tho ofilco of
Randolph McNltt. All aro requested to
T1 ,r 8. B. Cozad,
It. MoNitt.v Chairman.
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