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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1895)
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If you are going to buy
for fall or winter, might
-as well buy early and get
a whole season's wear and
comfort out of your cloth
ing. Good goods can't be
sold lower than we're sell
ing them now, and first
pick out of this splendid
new stock ought to be
worth something to you.
This Label on CUrmeat liMiires
Perfect Fit and Satisfaction.
U Staada for tke Beat that AtoMj
Can Buy or Skill Produce;
I vy'C'VBnfeHtt EuBBflanMfl H
ut buy your under
wear. It may save
a bie doctor bill.
You can find under
wear, good and heavy
at 25c 35c, 50c,
75c and $1.00.
These air for men's
sizes. Men's suits
from $2.50 up. $5 to
$10 buys a good one
AH wool beaver over
coats as low as $10.
You paid $14 for them
other seasons. We
have a great line of
We want to show you
the best gloves for
as small a price as you
ever bought them.
Don't forget we also
handle hats and caps.
We also carry the larg
est stock of Shirts.
If you need a pair of
pants we have hun
dreds to pick from.
It is no trouble to
shov; you what we have
to sell. Call on
' The Clothier.
' Dont forget that we
i handle shoes.
T J.tH3.gaiHMwumw.i.i mtunui.jjw.mil
SV70P.1T CIE3ULATI0N 1,300.
A.U. UoflMK.n, Kdltor.
I.ahot TAIT, Asst I,ocrI Kdltor.
What's Up ?
You are Interested!
Child's Grain But Tip, 5-8,
" " " " 811,
Misses' " " " 11-12,
" Kangaroo Calf,
Uojb' Buffalo Lace,
Womon's Bright Dong butt pat tip, 1 00
" Glove Calf, butt, - 1 25
Special bargains in hand turn
Farmers' Plow Congress Shoes, 1 20
Tho Littlo Qiant School Shoa lends
them all. Only to bo found nt
A. IT. KATjEY'8.
ODDS AND KM)S.
A. II. Gray was in Lincoln this woek.
A. II. Alexander, of Missouri, is in
One of tho water mains sprung a leak
Ernest Bolton was visiting in tho city
Mr. O. C. Boll is visiting in Lincoln
J. 11. Walsh, of tho Nation, was in
Lincoln this week.
Itev. 11. D. Piatt of Franklin was on
oar PtreotB Wednesday.
(J to. llollaud roturnod last Friday
evening from Oklahoma.
A comploto new lino of wall papor at
Tajlor's at bottom prices.
J. C. Warner returned Saturday from
u week's busiuoss trip in Colorado.
A good fit guaranteed at Wiener's for
uiu inudo to order from 913 CO up.
Mrs. Clara Roynolds of Clarinda, la ,
is visiting relatives in the city this week.
II. P. Sowttr will take orders for suits
from 123 up for the next fifteen days
Mrs. Ella Olinstead of Bertrand, this
state, is visiting her mothor in the city
& W. Ress returned Saturday from
Nelaigb, where ho attended the funeral
of his father.
Mies Leone Fowlor left last Saturday
for Cunada, whoro bIio will attend her
The Webster county agricultural bo
cioty want the best efforts of overy resi
dent ia the county.
L. P. Albright, E. B. Smith and Lew
Hummel attended the Btate convention
in Lincoln this week.
Albert Ducker, lately a resident of
Sherwood, Kansas, Iibb accepted a posi
tion in Minor Bros', etoro.
Queer Turgor, who is at present hold
ing tho position of eperator at Akron,
Col., was in Bed Cloud this weok.
Mm. aiiancey Cornell, who has been
visiting friends in tho city a week or
two, returned to hor home in Wymore
Farmers, merchants, mechanics, and
professional mon generally will assist in
making up the programme of ammuse
ments, instruction and entertainment.
The Orphean quartet will fling in the
entertainment given undor tho auspices
of the Christian Endeavor Sooiety of
tho Christian church Friday ovenlng,
Warren Edson, recently from Clifor.
nin. left on Wednesday for his home in
nimriton. Town, after a throe weekB'
vLif, with friends and relatives in. Red
Claud and near Cow lea.
There will be a musical entertainment
at the Christian church Friday evening,
October 11th, under the( auspices of the
Aid Society, aidod' by sorao of the best
local musical musical talent.
Tho ladies of the unriBtian cnurcn
will'givrt a fifteen cent supper Saturday
night in tho cornor store nuiiding norm
of A. Knley'fl snoe store, ah are in
vited, Cwme and get a good supper.
Thsro are two or three culverts on the
road in the river brldgo which should
ha uromntly attended to. Two feet
holes are net a very substantial footing
for horsos, and there is not room tor two
teams to paBa. Such negligence will
result in a bad accident some time, and
then some ono will have to pay for it,
nn Tuesday of this week, A. Qalusha,
for a number et years manager of ihe
rihleo Olothlna Store, together wltn
bis estimable fatally, left Red Cloud for
Villisca, Iowa, where he will engage In
the clothing business. Mr. Q. baa many
warm friends In Red Oleud who will be
sony to learn of his removal. He was a
sterling business man, a fearless repub
lican, snd a good citizen, besides being
one of the brightest members of the A.
O. U, W. lodgo in ihe city and Btate.
The Cmr.i' wishes him buccceb in his
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 4. 1895.
F. P. Hndley, paper hanger.
Carriage painting, F. P. Iladloy.
F. P. lladley, painter and decorator.
W. II. Kloo is working in Guide Rock.
Mrs. Ruyaor of Iowa, is visiting in the
Goo Ororlng has roturncd from Hum
bolt. Olto Sltjclvar was in Lincoln thin
Call and seo Tajlor's carpots boforo
A F Hnitwcll and wifo of Inavulo
were In Rod Cloud this weok.
Anion Cowdan rnturned Wednesday
from n week's visit in Logan, Kan.
II. P. Sowtor will tako ordorn for suits
from 123 up for tho next fifteen days
Mies Mary Minor went to Kansas City
Tuesday on a visit to hor sister Mar
garot. E. O. Parker and wifo of Guido Rock
wore shopping in Red Cloud one doy
Jutt received n number of ladies'
shoes for large ankle and high instep.
A. II. Kaloy.
W. B. Roby will tako eggs in exchange
for Hour, fruit, food, gruin, eto. Bring
on your eggs.
Mr. E. N. Robinson and wifo have ro
turnod to Hastings aftor a pleasant visit
with their children.
Wiener in ready to tako your moasuro
for Huita nimlo to oider from 813.50 up
A fit guaranteed.
Two draymen got a littlo sporty the
othor day and had a horao race, and a
big jaw uftowards over it.
Mrs. E. Conover of Danvlllo, Illinois,
who has buen visiting friends in Red
Cloud, returned homo yostorday.
When you want a nico smooth shave
or haircut, givo Geo. Fentress a call.
One door west of Minor Bros' store.
Come out to the Wobster county fair
and bring everything that you bavo
grown or manufactured during your
residence in the county.
Little David Stowart wan painfully
injured laul Tuosday. Ho foil from a
loadod wngon, and the horses run ono
wheel puiliJIy across his chest.
Geo. Holland has disposed of tho
Holland House to L. D. Oatman. Mr.
Outman will icnovato tho house, replas
tcr it, and inuvo into it as soon as possi
Don't forgot tho fair. The good rain
of Thunday and to-day ought to make
every one happy and willing to come to
tho fair. Romombor that it la next
At tho populist caucus held at the
council chamber tho othor evening, P.
W. Shea was nominated for supervisor
of tho 5th district, Odcar Teel for as
sessor. On and aftor October 1st, '05, oil is
strictly cash from the tank line. Bet
out your cans and we will givo you the
best eil for tho money. John T. Jessen
proprietor tank lino.
Mrs, J. W. Osborn of Danville, III.,
who has boon visiting at the residence
of Station Agent Conover has gone to
Kearney from which place eho will re
turn to her homo in Illinois.
Mr. Noah Wagoner, one of our pros
perous farmers living sovon mileB south
west of th!a city hud his houso nowly
painted this week, which greutly im
proves its appearance. F. P. Iladloy
did tho work.
Remember that tho noxt board of
supervisors should be republican. Also
remombor that W. B. Roby is tho nomi
nee for tho 5th district on tho republi
can ticket and should bo elected. Ho is
qualified and would mako an oflloient
Prof. Wilkinson will dollver a lecturo
at tho court houso on Monday evening
Ootobor 7th, at 7:30 on the subject of
"Catholicism." No admission foe witl
be charged and evoryono is invited to
como out and hear him. Mr, Wilkinson
has mado this lecture in several towns
and cities in the state and is represented
as a first class epeakor who handles hia
subject without fear or favor.
A special prize haa been arranged for,,
to be given to the lady or gentlomun
who will appear in tho bicycle display ut
tho fair, on the grounds of tho Wobster
County Agricultural Society, October
10, 11 and 12, and assisting to mako up
the number to twonty-flvo wheels and
ridors. Tho most unique and .original
costume is desired, and a silk flag or
banner worn in erch rlder'a cap.
Married, on Monday evonlng, Septem
ber 30, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Sellars, in the northeast part or
town, Mr. O. P. Yarger and MIbb Blanch
Sellars. Mr. Yarger is In the Burling
ton emnloy at Akron, Ci.1. Miss Sellars
Is odo of the good singers of Red Cloud
and will be missed whsn she goes away.
The M. E. Minister officiated. The
Chief extends congratulations to the
newly married couple and wishes them
a long lite of "happiness.
Don't forget that I am prepared to
oany passengers to all parts of the city.
Leave orders at the Holland House.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
" show Royal Baking Powder
j? superior to all other
0. W.Kaley was in Lincoln this week.
T. S. Stratton was in Lincoln this
C IL Smith has moved to Guide
G. W. Knight was down from lunvalo
Prof. Caster has gano to Missouri for
a fow days.
Miss Christina Andorson is visiting in
Custom Milling a spocialty. Toniplo
ton Jb Guthrie.
John Tomllnson returned from Illinois
Ranney McNitt roturnod from Lincoln
Congress plow shoes (1,25 and $1.50 at
Cincinnati! shoe store,
Ed A mack of North Branch was a
pleasant caller this week.
Pay Tub CniF.r what you owo it and
thus help a good cuuso along.
Are shoes advancing? Read A. II
Kaley's ad at the head of locals.
The Misses Sarah nnd Mary Whito
are visiting in Blue Hill thin weok.
Proachiag services at tho Congrega
tional church noxt Sunday morning.
Wm. Montgomery nnd Dick Garbor of
Guide Roek were on our Btroots Tours
Wo buy nil kinds of grain. Tern
plotou AGuthrio, Red Cloud Flouring
You can paint choaper now than you
can in the spring. Got prices at Cot
ting's. Mrs. II. A, Howard arrived home yes
terday, after an extondod visit in Massa
chusetts. Mies Laura Smith and Mies Dora
Ward have boon visiting at Lebanon,
Kansas, the past woek.
Mrs. C. Johnson, who. has boon visit
ing D. F. Scnmmon and family, haa re
turned to hor homo in Council Bluffs,
Go to W. W. Wright's, the cheapest
headquartora in the vatloy for hoating
cooking, and all kinds of stoTos. Thoy
have them in great varioty.
No mattor how busy you may be you
can afford to spond a littlo timo this
year and lay everything usido for gon
eral recreation ut tho fair.
Everybody will be fully ropald for
their trip to Red Cloud this yoar, as the
program will interest every one. Bring
along tho watermolons, big beets, tur
nips and squashes.
Goo. Haines of Franklin has leased
the Richardson livory stable and will
procood to run it in a first-class manner.
Ho is an experienced business man and
will mako tho stable pay, wo have no
, Tho city council ought to pass an or
dinance prohibiting tho fencing in of
stinking hog-pens under other people's
noses. It is an outrage to force a vile
hog-pen upon other people, bb has boon
dono In many cbbcs.
The R's held an open mooting at tho
school houso last Friday night. A good
sized audience was present and tho on-
tortainment was highly appreciated by
all present. Thsso entertainments aro
very interesting and tho people will find
them an excellent placo onco a month te
whilo away an hour.
This wook thoro ecourred an impor
tant change in ono of our promineat
business houses. Tho chango was. in
tho grocery house of B, F. Mizor, where
by ho took intc partnership J. A..Mc
Arthur.oneof Red Cloud's best known
business men, the new firm bolng stylod
Mizer and MoArthur. This Willi ako
a strong firm, snd Tiik Chief wishes
them an abundance of buccobs and! pros
perity. The committeo of nldormen aaaointed
last Wednesday ovoning to. inspect
chimneys, etc., should turn their atten
tion to some of the basements in the
city that are filled with straw, greaso,
and other combustible mutetlal before a
good sized fire Is caused.' thoretrom.
This Is important and tho, owners of tho
buildings should attend to. tho same for
their own eafety without waitlug for au!,"r,b,'-ft !-olil
Inspection by the official.
Wo have just received: anothor invoice
of now and excellent premium booko tot
our snbBcriberB. Remesaber that no
othor paper west of Omaha giveB you a
fino 50 cont book for a promium. We
could not afford to do this only that wo
need your money, and mako this iydnco
mont to bavo you help us out. We
wont a hundred subscribers to. pay up
this month. Come in and eeo tb hooka
and pay us what you owe and take
homo ono ot these nico books..
Tommy Peaman, one of Rd Cloud's
popular JQwetors, camo down this morn-.
ing, his handsomo face wreathed in sun.
ny smiles, Turning at 1th avenue, he
quickly entered hia plaoe ot business,
took the great key out of his pocket and
commenced winding the big regulator,
singing all the while:
'Time is flying, I'm a pa;
Whoop-la, whoop-la, whoop la."
Tom's many friends will congratulate
him unon his good fortune The littlo
cherub was presented to him by his
good wifo at flvo minutes after twelve
this morning. Tho young fellows will
take notiuo that Pupa Ponmnii will not
allow thorn to swing on the. front gato.
ilerooouriiunu, ioiu. j
At the Old Stand.
Ths low firm will conti
one or perhaps two net
venisnt for our custom
may need for gsneral '
to kasp n full line of
and in tho near futui
thing that is kept in
augar.to tho finest ci
dishes to n sot ofi tb
Wo will not quots you nny pric
now on will give youprica nr
woek to weslc '
Wo invito youal
get prices, hefon
and quality off
Hero is n bargain wowill' b
Just received a air ot fine
winter use. They will be
50 centner budisK Ki
v is your
Aid. R. B. Fultom nnd wifo have re
turned from a visit' to-le wa.
If you want to be su- rprlsed look at
Mrs. F. Newhouae'e nt stock,
Everybody can ntlat d a now worsted
dress at Mrs. F.'Nbwbrf jubo'b prices,
A complste lino ef new goods for the
lo-woBt prices at' Mr. F. Newheuse'a.
Some sneskthiore jenterod tho cullar
ot Grocoryman. Mc Farland and stolo
some cannod goods.
iuiea imiiwjuHii omeriniaeu ir row
of her youne.frion- da this weak in honor
of Mr. Will Letar m who ia viaMlngin
W. A. WoKsVhan.-Jas.McNe ny, Har
ry Tond und ot'aor Rod Clbud cltirene
made spoeohaa at the Repub' lican City
reunion lasb wnok.
That tire feoUnjj nhooli I e overcome
at oaee on it may end. mo t serlossly.
Take Iloodli Sarta'paritilv n ,w an pre
vent slosatm and vufferjns later la the
Hood pills ni;e tha.bw t family oather
tie anil liver me-dloliw.. J tUrmleM, rells
Alt parties knowir
g themsolves in
to Clothing Store
dsbted to tbo Obicw
w,iu pieaso callj an nettle
with O, C
A C all'ska, Manager.
By J. A. Boyd
A sorvico fco of 110
sired by ''Jack" Eldor,
t less than six colts to
foaled in 18jjj,,mr
Tho numb r 0f peopi0 b1(j0 from
furmors who' re Interested in the Web
Btor county f.uir includo tho niorchante,
mechnniOB, bankers, artiste, bulcora nnd
tho long lir t thut go to mako up a com
HtCb'tst Honors WarM'
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A puie Crape Cream of Tartar Powder, fret
from Ammonia, Alum or any other rdulteranl
iO YEARS THE STANDARD.
kmm tmm i HBamssKSi
nuo in tho same business, Gro-
hh.I Im 41.. MAnM f.ifrllPJk nflll tlflfl
, Itllll ill IUD UWH .M.M.w T.. PMWj
r departments that will bo con
ers to buy nearly everything they
uso all nt ono store. We will aim
evsrythisg that trade demands,
e you witl be ablo to got every
a first-class store, from a pound of'
in of fruit, or a eat of the cheapest
o finest chins, at prices that will
in this issue, but from
all the changes from
1 to como and inspect our goods and
i paying out your cash or sailing you;
rybody come und bo suited, both in prico
offer you prices on:
suitable for present or
out at tho small sum of
chance; come quick.
That I know, that there are a great
many organs in tthiB county that need
cleaning and repairing, and as timeean
hard and money scarce, I will for fka
month of October make the followaaf
offer at greatly reduced rates:
To the first ten (10) who will sens) or
givo me their names as wanting an osgaa
cleaned or repaired, I will do the week
tor tl.GO each 11.00 to accompany eaek
order as an assurance of good faith. The
b alance to be paid when work ia dene.
To tho next flftoon (15) I will do jthe
work for 12 each 91 must accompaay
each of these ordors as an assurance ot
good faith. The balanco to be paid
when work is done.
Thess prices are exceedingly low M
the usual price Is from 94 to 5 each.
This offer is good in Webster couaty
and the north half of Smith conaty
AH ordsrs will be filled in the atdac
in which they are received,
Send in your orders now and get eod
work done at prices that cannot be beat.
Call on or address
Wm. W. TOU.EYS,
Red Cloud, Neb.
Harvest and Heme Seekers
The Midsouri, Kansss sad Tecea
Railway company will noil ticket at
greatly reduced rates on September
10th and 24th, to points in Misaoarl,
Ksunus snd Texas. For further par
Geo. A. MoNutt,
D. P. A , KanEss City. Mo.
Ths list ot letters remaining at the'
post office uncalled for up te Oct. 19,
McCall, John Sutton, Mrs. Ace
The above letters will be sont to, the
dead letter office Oct. 17, 1805. If aot
called for. Frank Cowden, Postmaster
In loving remembrance or Kdith Barrier.
We liavu to mourn the loss of one
W o dirt our beat to anve,
Beloved on eartb, rvgrvtted, con,
Bcmtmbtfrtd In the mve,
We mlis thee from eur home Kdilb .
We miss Ihee from thy place,
Our borne Is dark will-out tliee
Wo iiilia tliee every place.
Mow we loved our darling Killlh
Blie was dear to sll our hearts,
Let us live tlut v, mar meet her t
On that brlKbt and heavenly aliore.
So we'll trust her with Hie Saviour
la !i!lovhiKK-ntlH rate, '
And when our life Is ended
We shall mett dear lMllli there,
God will blrss llii'HvUlci'i'il mourner
lie will Keep Hum sure llinmuli all,
And at lnhttlit'll meet her jondir
When shall come the Dual,
npaumom nmwiwin'"ff fi
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