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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1894)
TIIK i:) CUU'I) (MUKIiMiliDriiOun.NRUKASKA. FRIDAY, OCT. 10. ISO I,
Si'liil KarcaiiiH In ESnot ami
This means 11 good d Mil to puri,!iaaors
of bIiocb at this time providing what are
advertised asbargnina arc ronlly balanitis
and no' advertised to ilccuivo. Wo havo
in Btock a number of pairs of.Ino. Stroot
man's band turn, common souse, plain
shoes of tlu very finest iinhty of kid
and wcro bought to bull at $1.0 to So.OO.
No shoo in our stoic can ixcoll tlicm in
eervico and wear and wo offer tlicm at
8.'1.00, guaranteeing every pair to gio
Wo liavo also In stock for men a few
of Lilly llrackott's cork sole French calf
Bkin and cordovan shoes worth f. "..00 and
$0.00, we offer them to oti for 81.00.
In Hoots wo lime boiiiu especially good
bargains. You can pay as low as gl.f0
or as high a prico as $: .".0. Tho latter
kind aro boots heretofore sold at $I.r.O
and $.r).o0. Tho former aro equal to
many you hao paid $2f.O for. Wo have
tho best boot for 1.00 in kip or calf you
evor saw and also a strong lino of child-
rons boots. It you are about to buy
anything in tho shoo line, wo invito you
to givo us a call and will ngreo to save
you money on your puiehnso.
Ropairing dmo at cost of matorial and
all rips sowed f re of charge.
Ui.akksi.i.1. & K.i.r.v.
CltKI) K. MdvKKUV, M. I).
IMiyxU'liiu mid Siiryeon,
City and country calls promptly uns
wcred. Moon llt.ocK, Ur.n Ci.orn.
Tho Arion quartet tho 10th.
Tho corn crop is about all gathored.
Mrs. II. I. Rnnoy wns visiting in Riv
ortou labt wtek.
John Polnicky was in Omaha for n
fuw da) b this week.
Miss Gertie Kaloy was visiting friends
in Inuvalo Tuesday.
Mrs. .1. K. White is visiting with
friunds in liluo Hill.
Mrs. lturwell of Inavalo wis i hopping
in Hod Cloud Monday.
Row Geo. Yeiser inado his usual trip
to Guide Rock Sunday.
Mr. Dilley of tho 1$. &. M. eating house
was visiting in Fnirbury Monday
E. P. Uolton is visiting in lil old
homo in OfikiilooBa for u few days.
Earnest Uolton was visiting in McCook
with his friend .7. M. Trumnell last
D. J. Myers and Al (ialusha attended
tho llryaii-Thurston debate in Lincoln
Mrs. W.J. Kneppor of Orleans, was
visiting in the city Tuesday, tho guest
of Mrs. J. II. Smith.
Miss Emily lladell proprietress of tho
Iadios bazar has beaut illed her show
window with a lino display of choice
G. W. L. ISrown of Elgin, Illinois, is
Tisiting in tho city and looking after his
intorests hero. While hero ho is tho
guoBt of C. Rosoncran", living south of
C. E. Winger tho day operator at, tin
dopot, accompanied by his wife left Mon
day for an extensive visit in tlioeant. Ho
is succeeded by tho gonial night man
W. E. RjbitiHon fvml F. l lludloy aro
putting tho llu'sliiug toii.-a o i A if M;
Call's house this week. Alt will have
when llnished, ono of tho beat i evidences
in tho county.
Tho inapiurado at tho llreman's hal
on Saturday night managed by Mes.inj
Sapp, Groat and others', was well at-
tended and greatly enjoyed by those
present. Tho best of older prevailed.
A. A. Popo returned homo Tuesday,
from an oxtonsivo visit to uuiithern
Texas, lnt-onio ways Mr. Popo likes
tho Lono Star state, but there aro a'si
some objectionable features that ho
could not fail to observe, Gonerally
howovei ho considers it ngood country.
Mr. Dwyor who reciitly received n
visit from Mr. Win. Payne, an old friend
. of his living at Sugar Like, Missouri, ro
ceived new b of the death of Mr. Pay no
last week by the earn. Mr Payno wa3
ntanding on tho track, and could not
avoid a liibt mouug train which caused
Last week in our account of tho uuisi
calo, wo failed to givo tho ladles who
mado tho entertainment n success propor
credit. There wero several who helped
in tho work, but Mrs. Ir. Dainorell do
orvus groat praito for training and
prompting tho many litllo girls who par
ticipated. And still tl.o republican belt that was
predicted after tho Into ututo convention
does not material!.". From Majors
down tho ticket is receiving tho support
of republicans with greater unanimity
than for many eart, and republicans urn
in addition working harder for tho suc
cess of tho entire ticket. It is a republi
can year regardless of tho funlonizcd of
fort of tho demo popa to stay tho tide.
J. II. Richardson our now milliner is
doing a tino business. talio linn only
been hero about two weeks and eho has
a f no trade already, bhe expects to ro
n. ,dn here in Uio bu-inesa ue cho is io-p-.viig
Iter stock of goods us fanl ns
in. is . i. Aniuo wi.ildrg n Btylo of
I, .i i .
Don't forget the baud concert.
Hoadmastor MoFurlaud went to St. Jo
Saturday on business.
E. J. Cox of Heaver township sub
scribes for 'fur. Cliii'.r.
Hear tho Arion ipiartet at tho opera
house Friday night tho 10th.
Mr. Ninkleyof Rivoiton was in 1'rd
Cloud on business this week. .
I. (J. Knight, our popular confection
er, wns in Lincoln this week.
Mrs. Frank Smith visited this week,
with friends in Salem, Kiimw
P. A. Wells, one of MeCooks brilliant
attorneys, was in tho city thin week.
Gene Wright eamo in Saturday, nfter
a month's absence woiking his route.
L II. Rust goes to Westmorland, Pot
tawatomie county, Kansas this week.
N. W. Kingslnnd win a Heatrico visit
or on Saturday, returning on Monday.
1 have It.OOO bushels of corn for sale at
00 cents per bushel shelled. J. 11. Hai-
Aultz .v. Dyer will buy your chickens,
ducks, A.e. Second door south of Clin r
Tho R C llouring mills aro sellini;
wheat, chop (pure), roller ground at 310
Mr. S. F. Spokeslleld and niece, Ethel
Hendershot, returned Saturday from a
visit in Hebron.
Charley llut riitrio home Saturday
night from St. Joseph, where ho had
been on business.
it.ni! .1.- !... 1 ...
Al v iiiiniup, urn miiunuiu uum, iu
turned homo Saturday night, after u
four weeks' visit in Arkansas.
County Clerk Fort with his wife and
daughter and Mrs. Shea were over from
Red Cloud Tuesday. Guide I lock Signal.
Tho meeting of tho agricultural so
cioty his been adjourned until October
2-'). It is noped that all members will
Mr. Welherald, editor of tho Republi
can City Democrat, was a pleasant call
er at this ofllco this week. Ho was hero
in consultation with Dr. Cullimoro in ro
gard to his littlo girl's eyes.
Georgo E. McDonald, formerly of this
city, but moro recently of Lincoln, is en
gaged in making good republican spurch-
es. no bi)h no is lor repuiuican pros
perity, such as was prevalent during tho
Al Aultz and Sam Dyer formed a part
nership and enlisted in tho wholesale
purchase of poultry. Their place of
business is two doors south of Tin;
Ciiif.k olllce, and ther seem to havo
ntready worked up a good trade.
Thoro will bo a great republican rally
at Superior on Saturday October 'Jo
Roast ox and cotfoo at 1U in. Good
speaking and good music. Se hand
bills. John M. Thurston, T. J. Majors,
and other noted speakers will bo pres
ent. Jas. McClintock, living on the west
border of tho county, in in lino shape
thin yoar. Ilo has 1S00 bushels of old
corn that he can feed, which will tido
him over until tho next crop. That is
tho way to farm; always havo enough
on hand and to spare,
Henry Dearborn, a cousin of S. F.
Spokeslleld, from tho east, arrived in
Red Cloud the other day to visit with
Mr. S. They had not seen each other
for IS years. The visit was a very plena
ant one. Mr. Dearborn in now visiting
friend") in Hubron.
C. II. Miel, living in Garfield township,
brought to thUolllco four lluld turnips
of the vintagoof "01 that weighed, col-
f lectively, 1 1 pounds and six ounces. Not
so bad for a dry year. Tho funny part
of it in that tho turnips did not havo any
water on ihem from tho limo thoy wero
planted in July until September 1.
Married at the M. E. parsonage in this
city on Tue.l'iy p. m, Mr. A. M. liishop
and Miss Grace E. Smith both of River
ton this fiti.to. Tho brido and groom
will make their homo in Uiveiton for
tho present. Mr. Hishop it; a nephew of
Rev. II. Curtin of Davenport. Mr. Peter
Hansen and Mis. Maxtleld acted as legal
Tho doanerats at Red Cloud last
Saturday nominated Sam Conner of
Rlvoitou as their candidate forstatosen";
ator. Trie democrats of this dh tried
wore opposed to being Bwallowed bodily
by tho pops. I. V. Smith was down
from tins county and tolls n good story
on tho situation of tho democrats of this
Btate. Hloomington Echo.
Now bo'oks. wo havo in stock tho Ar
lington 12 mo., c'.oth which consists of
182 different selections at 20o. Tho now
Oxford edition in cloth with gilt tops;
this edition has 100 different solectior.s
at :.c. Hetidts these wo havo a largo
nsEortniont of tho latest publications.
Also a good assortment of books in nets
at very leatonablo prices.Deyo
Thurston at U-il Cloud Oetober ''
T. W. Auld was in Superior Sn.il y.
Ex-Mayor Tinker was in tho city tins
C. II. Potter is up again, after a ety
Everett Dyer returned from Kansas
City Sunday evening.
Charle,. Coleman of Ibauoii, Kan.
was a !" want caller this week.
Fiaiiiiri sni io DrvTii On last Sat
urday afterai on, atSpriugtleld, occurred
thp death of Mabel, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Ihihaid T. Hickman. Mabel
was thirteen yearn old, and her death
was the lesult of fright on tho night of
September 21. On that night burglars
enteied Mr. Hiekmiin's liouse, and in the
uproar following their discovery, the lit
tle girl became badly frightened. She
was unable to Bleep but nothing was
thought of it until four days later when
she was enullucd to her bod. llornonos
wero teirtbly shattered, ami despite the
We have determined
To rcclnce our -.
jariyc Stock of
I). Stotler and wiJ- were viMting in attention of a physician, alio grew weak
Hurr Oak and Otogo this week. or until her death. The least nois-e
J.S While, county treasurer, and his frightened her. and she constantly iiu-
wife were in Blue Hilt this week. I "gined that burglars wero in the house
M.ss Anna Ihimlull has icturned to i to ,1" ''" "iry. It IhuohIh hi., nl;
M I iiiosi prosiraieu wun grier. Mr. ami
.Mrs. iticuiuan aro noin out Liintonians,
after a i'cuinut visit in
SIS to i2.")'gives you a dandy tailor
made suit and a peifeet tit. Chicago
When you wish a dn".( made call on
Mrs. !'. P. Hadley. Sho will do you
llrst class woik.
V'or tailor made suitH go to tho Chi
cago Clothing store. Pet feci lilting
cloihint; or no sale.
Do not hell your wheal, corn or oats
until you see James PeterMiu. Ilo is
pay nig the top price.
You can get the best oysters in tho
city at tho City bakery, at tho lowest
prices. - Jos. llerburger.
The c-lehrated Arion quartet of fork
has been secured to sing at tho opera
house Fnday night, Oct. 10.
Curt Evans has every tlnngyou want in
thosecoud hand furniture line. Soohim
Hliie Front, south Webster street.
A thousand samples to select from in
our iiieichaul tailor department. Per
fect tit guaranteed. Chicago Clothing
M. W. Dickerson was in Heatriiv Sat
urday. Ilo return Sunday, bringing
with him P.yiel Wilttou, his littlo grand-sou.
Tin; cry of tho laboring man is for ro
publican pnu'peiity and good wages.
The demnciatic misrule is not relished
by iaboiing men.
Don't forgot that I am prepared to
cany pas-engers to all parts of tho city.
Leave unlets at the Holland House.
If you want, fresh ny blent served in
every style go to tho City bakery, for a
niiaro meal and lunch tho best in tho
city. Jos. Herburgor.
Tni:Ci:n.i' is much pleased to note tho
evident pro-pet ity of our public schools.
Every depaitmont !b passing along
smoothly and without a jar.
Do von travel? Aro you n shipper?
Tho"Ranil-McNally Railway Guide and
Hand Hook." contains all pertinent in
formation . Ask your News-dealer.
Judge Welty, of tho 11 th district, a
populist judge, has been arrested for
bribery, ot.e of his henchman having
preferred tho charges. What next ?
Henry Clark, Flavo Grico and Roy
Tait wero in Hastings Monday. Tlio
boyn saw 'Charley's Aunt," and pro
nounced Iht a very comical character.
Dr. Peck, tho overseer of highways,
has llxcd eaht Fourth Avenue in tino
shape, and put that portion of the street
in bettor shape than it lias over been.
The Juiiior League of tho M. E
church will give a social at that church
on Thursdav. Oct. 2o. An interesting
program will be prepared for tho occasion.
her virtck oun lfare their or
..I ' m d fiir it the hint of
McNitt keeps that, celebrated Stand
ard hort.0 and cattlefood, Host in tho
world, and no fanner nor ho-seinan
should bo without it. West of postoi-ilco
1 am now prepared to do nil kinds of
llrst elas3 sowing, tliess making, cutting
andlittinu'. Prices reasonable. Residenco
three blocks west of Miner's stoie. Mrs.
F. P. Hadloy.
Tho many young friends of Emma
Polnicky gave her a very pleasant sur
prise on last Monday even ug. the occa
sion of her 11 th birthday. All report a
very plei.sant time.
Wo havo tho pleasure of announcing
this week tho marriage of Mr. Chin ley
liiidlow and Miss Sushi Knminsky. Iv.
Mattox olllciating. Tho (heat Family
Weekly extend congratulations.
I). StolTor has purchii'eil the half in
terest of S. J. Jackson in the barber
shop. Mr. Stoffer is a jovial and pleas
ant fellow to b'como aciiiainted with,
and iiImi an experienced workman.
Miss Josio Igou gathered tho young
people tngnthor thio week to practice for
tho beautiful cantata which idio will
soon present in this city. It will bo one
of tho most fiihcinating entertainments
over given in Red Cloud.
Piles! Can they bo cured? Yes! Dr
King iiiake.i a specialty f piles, chronic
diseases of women and all disciiM-a of
the lecltim. Will guarantee to euro anv
case of piles. No money jiaid until
cured. Dr. King. Hastings, Nobr.
A little three-year-old boy, looking up
X ' in Ins father's faeo while ho wan perus
ing a populist paper, said; "Papa, you
Mrs. II. being a daughter of ex-Alder-man
Morse. Clinton (111.) Public. The
subject of the foregoing item is the
niece of Mrs. A. C. Ilosmer, wifo of tho
editor of this paper.
A PuiAsvNr Timi;. -That noblo baud
of bid ii'ii known us tho Wotuaus' Relief
Cot ps, auxiliary to the Grand Army of
tho Republic, is iibwiys doing some kind
act that makes the life of tho old soldier
more plea-ant to live, and again lllls his
inllim body with the truest patiiotism.
The old holdter. the noblest of Ameiieau
ttccinou, is slowly but surely wending
his way to tho denial city of peace.
Why not strew his pathway witli pleas
ant lemombraiices ? No man, or set of
men. live today that the coming euera
tiou owes so much to as they do to (ho
Ixiys who gave their lives ami best days
to the preservation of this grand coun
try or ours. Tho W. R. C. tho S. of Vs.
tho D. of V'h, mid kindred organizations
aro all striving to iitako tho remaining
days of tho oM soldier worth living. In
furtherance of this gland idea, the Li
dies Relief Corps of Red Cloud gave
James. A. Garlleld post another one of
theirsemi occasional surprise parties last
Saturday opening, which was accompa
nied by excellent refreshments, and
pleasant speeches. Mrs. Kate Pond,
president of the Corps, sounded tho
alarm at tho door of tho Post, ami as
the olllcer opened tho door and saluted
in true military style, tho Indies pressed
forward and took possession of their
comrades' headiuarters with the result
named. Pure patriotism actuates these
noble ladies in their desire to make the
liven of tho old defenileiH happy during
tho last few yearsof their lives. Noth
ing should be too good for tho boys
who wore tho blue. Long may they live
ami may their memories live after tlicm,
is tho desire of all true patriots.
Friday afternoon while the Physics
class wcro in the recitation room thoy
wero startled by a crash, ono of tho win
dows had fallen down, shattering tho
glass into atoms, very nearly cutting ouu
boyd faco, who was Bitting near. How
ever no serious damage, unless that throe
or four of tho girls fainted and Miss Mc
Clelland jumped on a chair thinking it
was a mouse. After this episode the class
returned to their respective place and
there listened to tho debate, "Resolvnl
that man shapes his own course in lire."
Which wasloBtby thoalllrmative. Very
strong arguments wero offered on both
sides and it was with diMlcuIty that tho
judges, Win. Frazor, Clem Hruncr and
Helen Ruby, rendered a docision. Ho
fore tho decision was announced an op
portunity was given to any ono wishing
to express their vIowb on tho subject
might do so. Win. Frazor in a very
earnest and emphatic way oxpresstd his
b'cutimontB on tho alllrmative, after
which Henry New house anil Wm.Holllo
bower by ieiuest bobated for 10 minutes
"Whether Molecules touch or not." Tho
school closed witli a solo by Miss Mar
garet Miner, bringing down the school
with roars of laughter.
John Potter taught the Cicero ches
Tho class who llnished lJotany will
take Radish latoruturo form.
The Physics clars intend to porfurm
llfteen evperiiuents Friday.
Several new seliolais this week,
Wednesday morning lames Yeiser read
a very interesting biography -if "Tho life
of Iltiffelo l!il!"
Geo O. Yeiser and C. V. Cather of
the boaid wi ro eallern Tuesday.
The fourth room aro the recipients of
fifty singing hunks. Tho llftli room liao
theirs in a few d,nn.
Where was thoRolt reporter last week,
"Dick" uiiiht l)o careful how she talks
about the boys' mustaches, cream and
Elnitr Kaley wan a caller of tho tifth
room Wednesday afternoon. Come
again i'.lmor when voti can fitay longer.
A delmto next Friday by tho ninth
linys in ovry corner.
Three of I ho uoniois wero absent dur
ing the week.
Henry C. Richmond visited tho fifth
room a short time Thursday afternoon.
Tho Rid Cloud high i-ohool can fur
nish Boiim good muhical talent an any
in the M'lto.
Ten tan lint last week.
New r-t-hool hooks for tho fourth and
Miss 1 lelo resisted tho choir in practic
ing some new songs, our books being
tho saiuo ones used at her former school.
And for the next Ten Davs
will make a special cut on
all iroods in the
On the following basis:
Lawrence Fancies worth i?5c for 17c
Broadhcad worth 35c for 22c.
Broadhead worth 75c for 40c.
Arnold's Henriettas worth ()()c for 45c.
worth SI for 79c.
Dr. Mckeobv of Rod Cloud, candidate 'n pop paper ; "Yes, my uhiM.'
, ' ' , ... ,, , . , I "Papa,' continued the young politician,
for stato senator from this district wasi,,.,.,'' ,,. . ,.,,,.,1 ......V 11IllinPav
.'..- j-... .-.. r. . ,-'-, .
Drop Dc Alma worth g 1.40 for 08c.
Broadcloth worth $1 for 70c.
First door south of Nation olliue.
I have a fine line of
Fresh from the wholesulo house. All fresh ami nun'.
Heautiful Tinting dono on tho most dolicato goods.
Prices to hiiit tho times. .
Jffi's. .. A, JSivlmrdson,
l!i:i) I'l.OU), NwtltA.sKA,
Last week tho "josh" editor of tho
Plattsmouth Herald became ridiculous,
and made an item to tho elfect that Ar
chie C. Totter ono of tho Herald forco
was to bo married soon, etc. etc. Ar
chie's many friends hero might havo be
lieved it, but tho "jobIi" editor went too
far, and told of their intended honey
moon to Oiiapolis a place II vo miles from
I'lattdiiiouth. Kvorybody knows that
Archie would "go somewhere" if ho did
get married, and most people think ho
would cotno to Red Cloud llrst that is
beforo ho got married.
A very ploarant wedding occurred at
tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Han
sen, on Tuesday at 10 a. in. nino miles
northwest of Rod Cloud, in tho pren'iico
of a goodly number or thoir niott inti
mate friends. Tho contracting parties
weio Mr. Niels Anderson and Mifefl
Christena Hanson. The groom and brido
will reside on a farm in Nuckolls county.
Mr. I'otor llatiBon, brother of tho brido
and Miss Nollio F. Holmes of this city
woro tho legal witnessed. Tho dinner,
so abundant gavo no signs whatovtr of
tho hard times. Tho Re. Mr. Maxlleld
of tho Red Cloud M. K. church olllciat
ed. Mis. Maxtleld accompanied her
lli'iulnelio h tlio ilirent ri-snlt of 1 mil
U'OHtiuii nnJrHomacH Disorder'. Itemcdy
tliero by uiirig DnWItt's bittlo Riirly
ilisem nail your H'Wlacliu disappear-',
In iiivvn Wmlni-sil.'iv eetllii" iienuuinted i !......!.... ,1,,.,'t ..,.. I .,.i. i..i!.;.r"
with tl.o pooplo and making roj.ublicnn j poser und tho father drui.ped tho paper J i ,,l,tl i "l cvur3i"ri''
Votts, as ho nlwnyiidaes wherever ho Is. tit onuo. ,,, , ' " """
Ho will be hero with Mr. Andrews rovt 1( ,,OI, nt,ll , B,wd ulHaiolm. lo purify
Monday ai.l will probubly m.iUo it short yi,ur'i,iuu.i, ivo ui vo nirtnii.'th und 1'iild
nddrcBB nL.i. Tho dootor Bti that Mr. up jour trntuo syaiwrn, .tko Hood's har
Andrava U Mn tdndid work for the ! mpMI. Jt pr.ta niclm. ty iiink.
, , , . , , . , . It, orrt' KouJ.
1 1) fa 1 to i ere1
Hid you over soe
'ioh jnotty I5AS
KK'I'S fur so littlo
i vi' y us tin fO ill
Tho "Rio (Irnndti" which tho band
boys will put on tho cards about No
vember 1st will no doubt bo it glittering
success. Hoveral autorn of local renow n
will participate, and it is said that tlio
female talent that has been secured is
tho very best in tho city. Farne.st l!ol
Inn and Henry Clark will dosoinoof tho
lillianoufl heavy work, nrd Horace Span
ogle will f.how tho people wino of tin
tiun professional points. Miss Cora
Kaloy will play an important rolo.us will
Miss. Hello Spiumglo. MIm Hlaneho
CummingH will ulno mid wmio muro
laurols to her splendid iv putathm us a
natuii'l tie' rent. Mm, If uo Weht w i'l
Oi i: coiiutv tieasuror .lames WJiito
who is probably personally admirod by
as many voters as any mitu in tlio coun
ty, was in illuo Hill this weelc on bus!
uofis, ami while theto of course, look
pains to get the boys in line. .Tim wuh
always t-aiiguiue, and always ictorioua
but this campaign ho is feeling more
cheerful than over. In conversation
with a i spotter biuco his return ho re
marked witli a meiry twinkle in hid vyo:
"There's no uoo in talking of close 'lilt
ing in the county this year, for 1 toll
you that tho republican ticket will havo
an immense gum. In I'othihiin it will
run at least forty ahead of Kit vote, and
I t-eo plainly that teveral other precincts
aro going to fool 'eui badly." "Ab far as
tho statu is concerned" raid ho "why,
Tom Majors will bo victorious! by '.15,000
anil don't you forget it." Mr. White is
especially pobitae that tho local light
will result t'lorioiifly victorious for tho
Highest Honors-World'j Ijjtlr:
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