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Throw oil the licnvy Winter Shoe ami
Buy Something Suitable.
Wo enn truthfully a Hint a better line
or dcilruble footwear lint never been
offered the people or Red Cloud than li
now to be lound In our Store nnd
At prices lower than you have been obliged to
Working; shoes, Oxford Slipper, Fine
Heavy, course. See them, buy them.
BLAKESLEE & KALEY.
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THIS IS HOW I r STANDS.
In Wobstor County, Nebraska,
according to tho Amorlcan News
paper Directory for 1894, now In
prose, tho Rod Cloud Chief has a
larger rogular Issuo than any
gi:o. P. RO WELL & CO.
TAUEE OF CONTENTS.
Pago 1 Forecasts, Educational column,
Shade Trees, Pleasant Party,
" 2 Tnlmngo's Sormon, olc.
" 3 Dedication Cowlos Church,
A Good Showing, otc. w
" 4 Editorial, City News, otc.
" 5 City Nowb in Gonoral.
" C Correspondence,
" 8 Stato and Gonoral.
Mrs Rich was in Guido Rock Sunday.
Miss Bollo Spanogle is home from her
Austin Riloy ot Lawrence was on our
Miss Laura McBrido is homo from a
The assessors are gotting in their work
all over tho county.
Dr. J. S. Emigh and family visited in
tho country on Sunday.
O. C.Toel is gotting up a county direc
tory of Wobstor county.
Jos. W. Warren and W. W. Wright
are putting in city water.
Mrs. Pock, daughter of Dr. Spenoer,
arrived from Kansas City this week.
Charloy Robinson and wife and Miss
Sarah White wore in Cowloa Sunday.
Donald Warren, who has been in Gago
county during tho winter, has returned
to Red Cloud.
Isaac Ludlow has moved his family
Into tho Honderson property, whore ho
will live for tho coming year.
D. J. Judson has boon on tho sick list
for Bomo time, but is ablo to bo about
again, which wo are pleased to note.
We hopo that Mayor Roby will see to it
that the horriblosidowalks ot Red Cloud
are tabcoed during hie administration.
Mrs. Harmon of Bloomington, Mrs.
Shopard ot Guido Rock, who woro visit
ing with their mother, Mrs. Rich have
retunrcd to their respective homes.
Red Cloud boy. "Wo got 'er hon over
ter our houso, wot's a great jumper?"
Mary Ann "How's that Johnny T"
"Why 'or jumps two feet at 'or timo."
Tho "nudiblo" Binilo ot Frank Cowden
our now postmaster was heard on our
etreots this wook. Frank is receiving
the congratulations of his friends on
his good fortune
Warner fc Warron, real eitato agents,
havo dissolved partnership, and J. C,
Warner, will continue tho business. Joe
1b n rustler and is selling some choice
lands in Wobstor county.
' Phcunix like, the Plattsinouth Herald
has risen out ot its ashes, by which it
bocamo "incorrigible" eorao woekB ogo.
Wo wish tho Herald a long life and
many yours rosplto from tho fiery domon.
It seems to us that tho city is fooling
away its money whon it continuos to
put up shoot iron smoko stacks at the
water station and have thorn blow down
and burn out overy two or throe months.
Why not build a brick one and savo
Mr. Winters and family, Mr. Morhart
and family, Mr, and Mrs. Myers, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Puttnan, MIbspb Lillie and Pearl
Smith, Flossie Rannoy, Josslo McKoig
ban, Bertha Talbot, Ida Butohor, and
Messrs. Ilonry Clark, Irving Cumtnings
Elmer Simons, Frank Goblo and Boraco
, Spanogle woro in Cowloa on Sunday at
tending tho dedication of the Christian
church at that place.
Our how city officers should display a
generous amount ot enthusiasm all
along tho lino this year, and if possible
mako Red Clod hum as she has nover
hummed boforo, A just and equitable
financial bnsis should bo adoptod, one
that will not bo narrowly contracted nor
niggardly dispensed with, but upon
tho broad basis of ontorpriso and thrift
and gonoral "pushitivenesa" that is com
patible with tho interests of a growing
city and a substantial commercial center,
TOE BED CLOUD
Jos Williams was in tho city Friday.
J. L. Greenloo was in the city Tues
Gardon making is all tho rage just
John Tomlineon returnod.frem Omaha
F. E. Goble was in Lincoln on business
Rov. Snow of Bladen was in the city
T. W. Auld was in Denver this wock
Rev. G. W. Hummel loft for Smith
Oscar Patmor is suffering with hem-
orragoof the lung.
L. II. Beckwith is a new subscriber to
the Great Family Weokly.
Dr. Chamberlain was visiting in Clydo
Kan., tho foro part of the wook.
J. Wratten of Bladen droppod in this
week and paid up to '00. Thanks.
Miss Carrie Brakofiold, who is teach
ing Bchool at Hastings is homo on n
Tho oloction on Tuesday was ono of
tho most spirited held for yoars in Rod
J. C. Warner has all tho vacant houses
in town for rent. If you want one call
Miss Atwator returned from Fairfield
Saturday, where she has been spending
Anyone wonting a good whoel right
cheap will do well to apply at this ofllco;
or will trade.
Chancoy Warner roturned to Lincoln
Tuesday after a short vacation to his
homo in this city.
With a good rain our farmers will bo
prepared to plant an increased acreage
of corn and other cereals.
April fool day camo on Sunday, bat
tho children did not forgot to get in tho
usual amount of foolishness.
J. Wratton, ono ot tho prominont citi-
ens nf Bladon, was in Rod Cloud this
week, and whilo here made this offico a
G. S. Greon, ono of the old timers in
this vicinity, returned from California
Tuesday whoro he.hasboen taking in the
Jos. Grandstaff and wife of Bladen
wero in the ctly this woek. Mr. Grand-
staff is a prominont farmer of tho north
part of tho county.
Tho Misses Waddoll, who wero visit
ing at thoir home inAurora during vaca
tion, returned Saturday to take up their
duties at this place.
Our business men aro all busy with
tho opening of spring in mooting tho de
mands of un increasing business, and tho
return of prosperous times.
Now is your cbanco to have a suit
mado to order cheap at Wioner's. Ten
por cont reduction on all euits ordored
during tho month ot April for cash.
Howard Reynolds of Inavalo was tho
victim ot a sorious accident on last
Monday. Whilo shelling corn ho was
caught in the power and had ono of his
foot badly crushed.
Tho people of JRodCloud ought to tako
pains to clean up their promises and put
them in shapo for spring. A littlo
painting and cleaning makes a town look
nlco. Try it property holders.
Some ot our moneyed men ought to
put up some nice dwolling houBos in
Red Cloud to rent. Pooplo can not got
good houses to live in at present, the de
mand is bo groat, tt would bo a paying
Tho S. of V. band gave an open air
concort Saturday ovoning, which was
largely, attended, the streets being
crowded with music-loving people. The
band is now learning some fine pieces ot
high class music, and we prediot a grand
future for them.
Monday evonlng about nine o'clook
the rapid beats of tho ilro bell oroatod a
deal ot oxoltemont among tho quiot den
Izensofour city. After obtaining tho
boso carts and dragging them up ono
street and down another until the sub
urbs woro reacbod, the tiro was located
somewhere botweon one and ninoteon
miles out on the prairio, The boys woro
afraid they couldn't got water, so con
cluded to go no farther.
CHIEF, RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. FRIDAY. APRIL 0. 1804.
A ET.vV EXTIM.
For calsoininlngsco F. P. lladloy.
Mies Graco Fort is homo from Lin
coln. II. W. Ranni'v wns in Rivorton this
L. P. Albright returned from Lincoln
If needing spectacles eeo Dr. Cullimoro
Clark Storey of CowIob was on our
streots this week.
Any ono in need of carriage painting
should call on F. P. Habley.
Chancoy Warner came homo from
Lincoln Friday night on a visit.
Tho Boan. mag. case at Bluo Hill was
decided in favor ot tho plastoror.
F. P. lladloy will hang your paper
cheaper than any othor man in town.
Tho public schools havo again takon
up their work after a week's vacation.
Firoman Tubbs nnd wife, who havo
boon cast on a visit, roturnod Friday
Attorney Walters of Bluo Hill was
doing business at tho county Beat on
The elected candidates for office woro
duly Boronndcd by tho band Tuesday
Frank Cowdon'a appointment as post
master at Rod Cloud has boon confirmed
by the sonate.
Miss Campbell roturnod from Alma
Saturday ovoning, whoro eho has boen
on a short vacation.
Election is over. Tho republicans
keep up thoir rep. Hur-r-r-r-r-raw oys
ters for tho democrats.
Ton por cent reduction will bo made
on all suits to ordor at Wionor's during
tho month of April for cash.
Go to McNitt for your Mammoth
Clover, Gorman Millot and Whito Rus
sian oats if you want good soed.
Wuntod Fifty head of cattle to paa
turo this eummor; 25p por hoad por
mouth. U. G. Knimit, Inavale, Nob.
Wo will pay you 27 cents for corn and
soil you goods choapor than any mer
chant daro soil you Chicago Clothing
HTSEE DR.CULLIMORE,Eye and
Ear Surgeon, moots patients in Rod
Cloud, April 23d and 21th with Dr. Mc
Kooby. Reform is tho watch word,
Retrenchment tho cry;
Wo'll Bavo up our monoy,
Root hog or dio.
Mrs. Cheotham has roturned homo
from Red Cloud, whoro eho has been
visiting hor dnughtor Mrs. Stoffor. Burr
Threo buggy loads of Modorn Wood
men ot America ot this city visited their
Guido Rock brothren on Monday ovon
ing. The boys had u big timo.
Tho wind is still in full effect
And comes with nwful force;
It blows your eyes plum full of dirt
And makes your languago coarso.
E. J. Ovoring, of tho Red Cloud
Marblo and Granlto Works, wns in tho
city on Wodnosdny ot thia wook nnd
mado this ofllco a pleasant call. Rep
ublican City Democrat.
Clarenco Jones has rocoived sufficient
guarantee to start his bath house, and is
now preparing the rooms for that pur
pose. Ho oxpeota to be ready for busi
ness m about two wooks.
Dr. Bock received a sample of "forbid
don fruit" from Florida this woek which
resemblos a vory email tomato, and the
doctor took groat ploadure in fooling a
number of our people with it.
Wo havo beon informed that post
master Cowden has determined on loav
ign tho poBtofllco whoro it is. This will
Bottle tho fear entertained by some that
it was to bo moved to othor quarters.
Last week's Rod Cloud Chief was a
"hummer." Printed on tinted papor,
and full to over-flowing with the bright
est new "ads," Tho Chirp is a splendid
paper by tho way. Burr Oak Herald.
Fred McKeoby roturnod from Omaha
Tuesday ovoning. whoro he has just
graduated and is now a full fiodgod M.
D. The Chief hopos that in all bis
trials through lifo Frod will havo lots of
Thoro should be many publio improve
monts for tho coming year, Tho side
walks should bo ropairod, the water
mains should bo extended, the bouses
should be numbered and tho streots
lettered. Wo must got thoro.
Tho Rod Cloud CuiiF, ono of the en
terprising all homo print papers of our
sister stato, Nobraska, ia printed on
colorod paper in celebration ot Eastor
tast wook. Tho Chief is a newspaper
in overy sense of the word. Smith Con
The pooplo ot Webster county should
make oxtra efforts to make tho Webster
county fair a success. Ot courso wo
can't havo a Midway Plaisance, or a Gre
cian Poristylo or things liko that, but we
can have a grand exhibition if people
will tako hold ot tho fair in earnest.
Miss Clara McMillan has beon wisoly
retained as doputy by our now poet
mastor, Frank Cowdon. Miss McMillan
has served the publio faithfully tor seven
yoars aa doputy postmistress and hor
selection for four years more at a raise
in salary, is just about right, and 'Mr.
Cowdon la to bo congratulated on secur
ing her services.
Mrs. P. W. Shea is in St Joe on a
Ernest Bolton was in Omaha this
Chnrloy Bessowasin Kansas City thin
John Pollncky returned from Omaha
Go nnd boo tho bargain shoo counter
Dr. Saundors roturnod from Boaver
M. R. Bontley is building on addition
to his residence
N. W. Kingsland was in Omaha on
business this wock.
Thad McNitt nnd Harry Geble woro
in Suporler Sunday.
Go and seo Calmee for all kinds of
bread, cakes, candles, Ac.
Seo Dr. Cullimoro's dates in Rod
Cloud with Dr. McKeoby.
, Tho lunch room nt the depot is being
roilttod with u now platform.
Mr. Grusol of Blue Hill was in Red
Cloud this woek on business.'
Earl Arnold, ono ot Rod Cloud's form
or boys, is visiting in the city.
Mrs. Chas. l'latt departed Monday for
n visit with relatives in Long Island
Win. Irons ot Inavalo and U. O.
Knight were plcosaat callers this wook.
Misses Nollio and JobbIo Walsh ro
turnod Saturday to their home in Stock
ham. Miss Margaret Miner now glides
around the city on a handsomo now
Miss Addle Roigle returned to Hobron
Saturday to take charge ot hor school at
The lawn tennis grounds are now com
pleted and tho young folks are enjoying
Seo J. B. Wright for now nnd second
hand furniture His pricos for now
goods aro way down.
EYE and EAR SURGEON, Dr Cul
limoro in Red Cloud on April 23d and
21th with Dr McKeoby.
Tommy Penman has beautified his
residonco property with a nice fence and
many trees of various kinds.
Moro goods aro being sold for a dol
lar at tho Chicago Clothing Storo than
any whoro olse in this country.
Curt Evans has every thingyou want in
the second-hand furniture line. See him
Blue Front, aouth Webster street.
Miss Nottio Hunter, ot Rushville,
Indiana, sistorof County Superintendent
Huntor of this city, is visiting horo.
Tho Haskoll it 'Bosworth Produce
company shipped four carloads of eggs
last woek. Eggs seem to bo plontiful
II. C. Probasco, ono of the teachers in
tho first ward schools has roeignod and
tho board has elected Prof. McCrary to
fill his position.
Everything in hats just rocoived all
tho now styles and colors; elegant linoof
ohildrons caps; all the new novelties at
tho Chicago Store.
J. A. Tulleya was in Norfolk this weok
attending tho state encampmont of tho
Knights Tomplar. He represented Cy
rono Commandry of this city.
Cyrone Commandery Knight Templars
elected officers this wook as follows:
Robt. Cochrano, E. Oj 0. W. Kaley,
Generalissimo, D. M. Platt,C. G.
J. Todmoro Colvin, the well-known
piano tunor. is in tho city attending to
the pianos he has charge of. Ho thor
oughly understands his business.
Tho suspect, arrestod for houBO-break-ing,
gavo his namo as Charley Dunn.
He was takon boforo Judgo West and
tho case was continued until Monday.
Remember our cbdrons clothing is
cheaper and bettor mado than over. Re
inforcod seats and knoos, elegant pattorna
and low prices. Chicago Clothing Com
pany. Mr. C. S. Bennett ot Lincoln has
movod to Rod Cloud, 'llo will live in
the Frisbie property in the north part of
tho city. The Chief welcomes him to
Cheapest suits over shown now ready
for you every suit at lowest pricos, work
manship best in tho country and best
fitting goods ovor brought to tho city.
Chicago Clothing Storo,
Dan Llndsey is boring a well on the
Griffith's farm west of Red Cloud on
what is known aa the Barber west eighty.
Dan is going until he finds water if it is
a thousand feet, but he expects to got a
flowing well long before that.
J. Rushton, J. Sanborn, 0. S. Bennett,
L. H. Beckwith, Mrs. Shear and numer
ous others havo added their names to
Th Chief this weok. We should like
to make our list 2000 this year, and, if a
good all bomo print paper ia any incen
tive, wo are bound to do so.
Our particular friend, Ted Colvin, the
piano tunor, went out hunting this weok
noar Amboy. Ho wont after gamo and
ho got it. He saw some tame duoks in
tho creek and, thinking they wero wild,
fired and killed throe, Just about that
time tho owner appeared on tho scone,
and Ted Bays that afternoon's sport cost
91.10 per head, total $3.30, and tho farmer
kept the docks. Ho Bays next time he
will look out (or ducks and shoot jay
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Clothlncc 1 1
Hard times prices prevail with us.
Call and see for yourself.
C. WIENER, Proprietor.
A FEW THEWTIIS.
Read Miner Bros., now advertisement
Jas. Pickorlng of Utah was in tho city
Dr. Chamberlain wont to Bluo Hill
Mr. Graham has movod into tho Tom
A groat many now families aro locat
ing in Red Cloud.
J. L. Miner shipped a carload of hogs
to Omaha this wook.
Wionor has put in a bargain shoo
counter. Coll and soo it.
Remember that McNitt keeps both
tho top nnd bottom onion sots.
Go to J. B. Wright's for fine new and
second band goods, Moon block.
Miss Vcdu Shopard of Bloomington
was visiting Mrs. Rich this week.
Now designs in gasolino stovos that
boat the world at W. W. Wright's.
Miss Beulah Grimm is back from Re
publican City, where sho has boen visit
ing. Two pair of pants with each suit and
cap to match, they aro bargins. Chicago
You can buy shoes at two-thirds tho
original prico at Wionor's bargain shoe
Road Miner Bros, advortisoment in
another column and boo what you can
got for 82.G0.
World's fair portfolios at Minor Bros,
with ovory S2.G0 purchase Read thoir
ad in this issuo.
Plow shoes nt 75 conts, 91.00, $1.25,
$1.35. All oxcollont bargains at those
prices, at Wionor's.
Charloy Plutt is moving his dwolling
to the centor of his lots, and othorwise
beautifying his home.
Little Soward and Bessio Jonos ot
Pawnee City are visiting at tho rcsldoucc
ot R. M. Martin this woek.
Wienor is ready to take your measure
for a spring suit. Piece goods and sum
pies are all in. Please call.
J, A. Tulloys of this city was elected
Right Eminent Grand Commander of
tho Knight Templars of tho state
The tewn has boon infestod this weok
with forolgii rug vendors. Nine times
out ot ten pooplo pay tho6Q fellows twlco
as much as thoy can be purchased for at
Last ovoning a largo numbor of young
folks made a very agroouble surprise par
ty on Mrs. Tubbs, sister ot Mrs. A. G.
Willis, at the laltor's rosidence. Tho
evening was spent in playing games
music, etc., and last, but not least, a fine
supper, All present report a splendid
THAN WE ARE
Soo those now refrigerators aa Wright's
Tho Hrat book printed was the bible.
S. F. Spokosflold was in Guide Rook
Mrs. Frank Smith was in Salom, Kan
sas, this wook,
E, II. Price of Bluo Hill was tn Rod
Cloud this wook.
A Bister ot Mrs. M. R. Bontloy arrived
in tho city this morning.
Missoula, Mont, laborers aro boycot
ting peoplo who patronize the Chinese
E. A. Hall formerly of Red Cloud will
be horo on tho 7th and 9th. '
MisB Willa Cathor was homo from
Lincoln on n vucation this week.
Days which begin in darkness and
storm often end in a glorious sunset.
Tho city council has ordered 500 extra
foot of hose for tho fire department.
Win. Shoan and wifo of Aurora are
visiting relatives in tho city this week.
Goo. Rlcketts and wife departed yes.
tcrday for the oast to look for a locatioa
Stovon and Norman Morrison have re
turned to their home in Ravenna, Nebr.
The Congregational tea at Aid. Mar-
tin s 'inursday evonlng was a grand sue
Eacramonto saloon-keepers refuse to
pay high license, and 300 havo been ar
rested Indianapolis street-car stablemea are
out, and tho carpontera stick for eight
A, J. Tomlinson had his house flooded
tho other day by the bursting of a water
Mrs. J. K. Sunborn, who has been quite
sick, wo aro pleased to note is convales
cing. Mrs. Upton, a former resident of this
city, who has been east on a visit, is in
tho city this wook.
A. H. Gray, tho insurance man, has
moved his ofllco into the north-west room
of tho Moon block.
Bmall boy (aside) "Uee whir,,' bat those
Little Giant Pills take the oake. Sold
and warranted by Deyo k Orloe.
The new mombers of the school board
elected on Tuesday were: T. O, Hacker
and Goo, O, Yeiser.
Dr. Sawyer's Family Care is the remit
of experience, skill and honesty. It la,
positive care for all Stomach, Liver as
Kidney Troubles. Sold by Deyo Grlo.
Emporor Franois Joseph ot Austria,
and the German emperor will hobsoh
for u fow days at Abbazia.
Early Risers, Early Risers, Early Risers
the famea little .pills for eeasUBeUM.s
lok headache, dyspepsia aad --riisssi.
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