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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1895)
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Red Cloud, Webster County, Nek., Friday, September 20, 1895
Vn.. 23 No 38
Chicago Clothing Company
Commmnce closing out their entire stock of
Vlen and Boys' ClOthing and Overcoats
Winter Underwear, Hats and Caps,
Gloves and Mittens, Trunks and Valises at
JELT ACTUAL COBT I
You'should avail yourself of this opportunity to buy your fall stock at cost. Money is scarce and it
will go further toward clothing you by one-third than ever before. We have a great stock
of Underwear of nice Wool Goods that you should buy, Good line of Winter Gloves and
- .Mittens. You that owe us don't want to forget it as only two weeks remain before they
will be placed for collection.
A. GALUSHA. Mgr.
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Will MeKinney was visiting at
t Beaver city over Sunday.
0. H. Frisbio nan visiting in Red
Gload Sunday afternoon.
Bfrs. Fraso and Mrs. McKinny
pent Sunday at J. W. Saladen's.
Mr. Blouob and wife wero in this
John Saladen is homo from a trip
'. G. W. Baker and 0. 0. Cox sold
J,ldme pattlo last week.
0. L. Lewis was on tho sick list last
Sylvostcr Frisbie was homo Sunday.
Misses Alta and Susio Baker wore
guests of Miss Lillio Boron sono day
Mr. Grow of Guide Rook called at
O. W. Baker's last Tuesday.
Al Merritt drovo to Red Cloud
" ECZEMA, TETTER.
Tho whooping cough is raging in
Mr. Micheal was in this vioinity on
business Saturday. '
Poter Hansen attended meeting at
Red Cloud Sunday night.
Wm, Anderson of Otto was visiting
in this neighborhood Sunday.
A numbor ot young people ato ice
cream at John Wilson's Sunday.
O. B. Pitney, smilos over tho arri
val o of a boy at his house on last
Qoorgo Thomas of Cowles is in this
Vicinity visiting his sister this week.
A numbor rf young people gather
ed at Mr. Barney's Sunday to praotioo
Mrs. Everrot Bean has boon very
sick but under tho skillful oaro of Dr.
Moranvillo is getting better.
Tho Sunday-sohool pienio last Sat
urday at Unolo Diok Payne's grove
was largely attended and a good time
Professor Hunter hold a very inter
esting mooting at the sohoolhouso in
distriot C5 on Friday evening. Six
teaohers and a number of patrons
wero presont, Stunner.
Tho late dry, hot weather has very
effectually "cured" tho lato corn,
Early corn is protty generally good
and tho lato drouth has not afteotcd
Tho vioinity of Iuavalo is porhapB
in regard to corn, at least so they all
Mr. Woolford. a much respeotcd
oitizen of Walnut creek township
leaves this week with his family for
Missouri, there to make his future
homo. A number of other families in
that vioinity aro contemplating taking
tho samo trip. Mr. Hiokory moves
onto tho farm vacated by Mr. Wool-ford,-
Neighbor Eldors Gay Carter, form
er depot agent hero but now stationed
at Naponeo, was a pleasant visitor at
Inavalo last Sunday, Evcryono was
glad to boo him. '
Mr, Walter Washburn our sociablo
B. B. agont hied himself to Ropubli
can one day last week and- returned
with and aocomplishod and handsomo
brido. Inavale extonds an opon hand
ed weloomo to thorn, "May they livo
long and prosper." '
Our genial lumberman, Wm, Irons,
while on a trip to Bed Cloud ono day
last week left his wallet containing
noarly $100 on the atamp window in
the post office at that plaoo. IIo
thought for a whilo that "it wbb a
goner" but it "oauo book" all right.
Nicholas Erastus Ladd, ono of Iua
valo heavy men, has beon taking in
tho sights at tho National rounion at
Louisvillo last wook and is at prosont
associating with old friends and kin
dred oowrads in Chicago. On his re
turn from that village thoy will get
ready to movo into tlioir largo aud
tho most fovorcd of any in tho 'count yoommodious dwelling recontly erected
Mrs. G. W. Knight will attend the
old soldiers' and settlors' rounion at
Bcpublioan this woek. She is on tho
program for the address in answer to
the addreBS of weleomo,
Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Konyou, Mr,
and Mrs. Elmer Simons, Mrs. Irons
and son William are state fair visitors
this week. Also H. G. Sawyer.
Mr. Nowton, cousin of Chas. Hun
ter, a wealthy resident of Darlington,
Wisconsin is a visitor at Inavalo this
week, Ho -owns several good farms
Tho Inavalo base-ball olub wont to
Bivorton last Wednesday and engag
ed in a contest with tho Naponeo club
with tho disastrous result of 14 to 2G
in favor of Naponeo, Thoy expcot to
meet again in' the near future
Chas. Borin and wife of Cowles
wero visitors in our town Saturday
and Sunday. B, O. K,
Mr. Wolford and Mr. Bay aro go
ing to Missouri in tho near future.
, Mr. Horsoh will movo oato the
Sollors place whore Mr. Ray is now.
Mr. MoCall has taken his steers
out of tho ranoh pasture,
Thero appears to bo quite a boom
for the republican nominees in this
quarter of tho vinyard, with a strong
probability of giving ovury nominee
Miss Travis was visiting at the
ranoh ono day this weok.
Mies Cora Smith is in Garflold with
her sistor Mrsr Pearl Ailos,
D. Norris has taken his cattle out
f tho pasture and is going to herd
J. Wilmoth at work for Mr. Smith
in his hay field.
Cutting fodder it the order of the
Brother Humriek from near the
Blaia sohoolhouse is helding meetings
on Bock orcok this we:k with good
Miss Maggie Bassett and Mr. Clay
Weaver wore visiting at Mr. Prill's
last Sunday. ,
Quito a number of our Judson folks
attended the baptizing at tho river
William Byan was on tho siok list
but Is some-hotter.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Perry and
daughter were visitiBg at Inavalo on
Miss Mary Mountford has roturnod
to Bed Cloud.
Mr. Campbell from Book creek was
visiting Mr. Barrett's Tuesday,
Before going on a Ma-Yovacro or inte)
the country, be sure and nut a box of
Ajer's pills in joar vallie. You may
have occasion to thank us for this blat
To relieve oonstipation, billioaineu, and
nausea, Ayer'a pills are tho best In the
wcrld. They are also easy to take,
F. C. Johnson has started hia flor-
Dave Fishcl and wifo visitod over
Sunday at Mr. Hendrix's.
Bina Blaiao has returned from
Jewel county, Kansas, and is at Capt,
Blaino's ef Cowles.
John Finioy of Ft. Morgan, Colo,,
is visiting his parents and relatives '
Thos, Finnoy and family.
J. E. Haught and family have gone
to Lincoln oounty to visit their broth
er Chas. Haught.
Jas. Denny and family of Davis
cointy, Iowa, are visiting his parent!
B, S. Donny aud wifo;
'J. B, Grozicr aad family started for
Biohardson oeunty, Monday to visit
his wife's folk's.
D. H. Bobinsun left for Bed Oak,
Iewa, ' on Saturday aooompanled by
Mrs. Robinson and W. S. Orr.
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