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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1895)
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FEIDAY, OCT. 25, 1895.
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HOW ARE YOU FIXED FOR AN
DOES 'YOUR SOY HEED ONE. ?
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We want you to come in and see how LLTTLK money will buy a good Overcoat from us.
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SWO&K CUMULATION 1,300.
A.'. IIommkk, l-dltor.
l.MKH 1 AIT. ,M Will 1'iJltor.
Are bettor wearers, hotter litters, and
bettor Ptjli-H than any other children's
ehoes. They niHko no tuuond grade,
henco uo hiihHlituting poor shoes for
good ones. Remember tlin name "The
Little Giant School ShoeH." Kememb- r
the only pluco ju can buy them
Latent novrltiun in Wotuen'n Bright
DoDgola Button and Vicl Kid, white
4 Tho greatest thing for school marrnB
and school girls is our Kangaroo Colt
button with patent tip, light woight,
soft, pliublo, warm and do not scuff.
A. 1C HALEY 8.
H. S. Falkinuurq, Prop.
l keep homo made candies.
s Will sorvo lunch at all nours.
ep JFies, Unit en, Peanuts, xoDacooa
CANDY KITCHEN jMn BlOCk, REd CM Net).
ODDS AMD ENDS.
Cash paid for eggs at tho Red Cloud
Capt. Boynton of Iowa ifl the guest of
'Got. Garbor thin week.
Hon. Phillip Brudley, mayor of Rear
ney, was in tho city a fow hours on Mon
day. McNeny will bo tho next judgo of the
tenth district ; don't forgot thin state-ment.
Charley Woathernld of Hebron was in.
Bed Cloud this week on business una
Before our noxt issue will bo Hallow
e'en; thorefore, be euro and get your
iflhohzuna loaded for boar. October 31st
is the date.
Some fellow stolo a horso from Peter
McNltt on last Saturday night, and, on
being discovered, let Ihu hoi bo loose and
it came buck.
At Will Parker's sale last Saturday,
thoroughbrod hoga did not bring as good
a price as they should have dono under
tho existing, circumstances.
The soar and yellow leaf is now with
ub and reminds ono that a eupply of fuel
must be laid in, in order to keep tho
boreal blasts from congealing us.
. Gub Roata is going to feod 335 head of
cattle this winter. Ho has purchased
20.000 buahola of corn and oxpecta to
buy 10,000 more before tho season is
Not a man on tho populist ticket will
be eloctod this fall. MoNony will be
elected district judgo, and tho republi
can Btate ticket will bo elected. Minden
Mrs. D. Bartlelt and daughter of
Lebanon, Kansas, woro in tho city this
week buying goods. They were the
guests of Mrs. J. H. Smith and family
while in tho city.
The eoap fiend and his pal wore in the
city this week. Tholr aohome was to
sell a box of eoap and make the pur
chaser believe thoy would get a aet of
'dishes or Borne other coolly present.
They did not tlnd many gullible people
in Red Cloud, although a number did
buy fltteou conte' worth unu paw ooi
lar for it. Thoy left town on the night
train, or they might have been pulled
by the polioe.
Thi World's Fair Tt9
mlagpVWM tat t(i.
M. Pinch, cuuhlur of State Bank is on
the elck lint.
W. B. Iloby waa looking after business
intereots in Uniglor this week.
MifH Dora Ward loft on Monday for
Grand Inland, whore sho will attend
college for ti ear.
A. J. Toinllnson has arrived homo
from Omaha and other placoB whoro ho
has boon on businoss.
II. V. Gulliford isconllncd to bis bod
with fever of some kind, but is conva-J
loscing at this this time.
JofT Ward's friends aro sticking to
him and he says he will poll tho entire
democratic vote of Webster county,
Alfred lladell ia nn export artist in
draping windows, oh can bo easily prov
en by observing tho show windows in his
store room. They uro handsome.
D. P. Scott, of Allerton, Iowa who
moved to Montana somo flvo jears
ago is in Red Cloud this week looking
tho city over and at the Banio time at
tending to buBiness.
W. B. Roby, tho republican cundidnte
for supervisor of Red Cloud, is u thor
ough republican, and Tug Ciiiff hopes
that every republican will do his duty
in electing Mr. Roby. Ho is a sound
republican and that is what we wunt.
Vote for Roby.
Mrs. D. L. Groat has been a confirmed
invalid for ovpr ten years, and has been
confined to here bod most bf that time.
Tnr. Chief is pleased to note that alio ia
recovering so much that sho isubloto
sit up of late. On last Sunday sho got
up and walked to tho kttchon for the
first time in seven yours.
Remember that J. W. Runchoy ha?
inado an exceptionally good oQlcor, and,
us sucti, is entitled to reelection. He
has done his work wall, and has beon
obliging and courteous to all alike. Not
one word cun boeald against him on any
grounds, us ho has performed his duties
well uud to tho boat interests of the
county. Voto for him.
A llttlo grand child of Den Lindsay,
seed four years, while playing with a
sharp ax, hud tho misfortune to serious
ly injure tho back of one of hia hands bo
that it was thought to bo necessary to
amputate the fingers. Drs. L. H. Bock
and Fred McKeeky dressed the wound,
and after examining it hopo to save the
hand and fingers.
L. H. Fort has few superiors when it
cornea to clerical work, and we believe
that he will show up fewer mistakes
than any clerk who has over ocoupled
that office. He does not claim to be
parfeot, but invitoa comparison with his
predecessors. Ho keepo bis books neat
and clean, and his office is open for in
spection nt all times. Vote for Fort.
Sam'l West, the republican candidate
for county judge, la a man of excellent
ability and preeminently qualified for
the position of oounty judge. He will
decide all questions fairly, honeatly, and
according to law. He will be a pleasant
mun to do business with. You will get
fair troutment at all timoa if ho ia elect
ed to tho office of county judge. Vote
W. E, Thome and Dr. L. H. Bock are
men who are too well known to need
much recommendation from any source,
howover.wo will say that they aro men
who, it elected, will do their whole duty
to the people, irrcgardless of whom they
come in contact. Mr. Thome 1b the re
publican candidate for surveyor and Mr.
Beck is the candidate for coroner. Vote
Frank Cowden, Homer Sherwood, Al,
bright. Charley Robinson, Deli Abel and
Roy Talt took a spin over to Mankato
last' Sunday, a distance of forty miles.
After a dinner such as a hungry cyclist
knows how to dispose of, the boys con
eluded to brave the wind on the north
read homeward. They are now talking
of having circulars posted, warning ail
cyollst who dislike riding mountains,
corduroy roads and plowed greund to
steer clear of the road betweeen Guide
Rock and Burr Oak. As It was growing
dark when the crowd reached Guide
Rock, some of the boys took a little
I "trslnln ". on the road borne.
Mrri. Kenjon Skoon, of UIjbbob, Nob,,
Is visitting in tho city this week.
You can paint cheaper now than you
can in the spring. Get priced at Cot
ting's. Just received a number of Indies'
shoes for large ankle and high instep.
A. II. Kaloy.
People wishing seed ryo can bo sup
plied by calling on C. B. Orono, clork of
thodiBtirce court. ,
Willis Fulton and wife camo in Satur
day night und aro tho guesta of R, B.
Fulton und family.
Gene Wright came in this week to
visit with his relatlvos. lie travels in
Kansas and eastern Nobrusku.
Every man hnving a beard shonld keep
it Rueven nnd m.tarnl color, nnd If it is
not bo alremly, use Baskinglmm's Dye
and appear tidy.
On und after Octobor 1st, '95, oil ia
atrictly cash from the tank line. Hot
out jour uatiH nnd wo will givo you the
boat il for the money. John T. Jesskn
proprietor tank line.
Mrs. Biokticll has purchased the mil-
hory storo of Mrs. Juliu A. Riohardscn
and hue ussumou cnargo or. tne same.
The Jjoods havo boen romoved to tho
room opposite the old store, into the
Jno. M. Chapin will have a public sale
at his residence 0 miles north and 1 east
of Red Cloud, and 3 miles west of
Cowles, on Tuesday, Nov. 12tb, at 10
o'clock a. m. He will sell 117 hoad of
stock, consisting of horses, cattle and
This week a new firm came into ex
istence, Messrs. , Geo. Guilford and W.
W. Hill having purchased the up-town
Meat markot of J. F. Hill & Co., Mr.
Guilford buying J. F. Hill's interest.
Tnr. Chief extends its congratulations
and wishes tho now firm success.
Dr. W. W. Vanco und wlfoof Kearney,
Neb , wore in tho city this week visiting
their relativos, L. M. Vance and wife.
Thoy rode over on a tandem bicycle.
When noar Blue Hill the wheol broke
down and thoy wore obliged to hire a
team and drive to Jerome Vanco's, noar
Don't forget to voto for a republican
for supervisor. Remember that much
depends on electing a republican board.
The republican candidates are oxcellont
men and will see to it that tho business
of the office is done up in the proper
manner and according to law. Vote for
J. S. White has made a record in the
treasurer's office that is a credit to him
and the people of Webster county.
Show up a treasurer who has huntod up
old taxes that have been smouldering in
the vault for vears and collected them.
except Mr. White. The expenses of He
office havo been paid out ot delinquent
taxes that othor treasurers eaid could
not bo collected. Vote for White.
As we co to press, we learn of the
death ot Miss Bertha Frame, which co
eurred last evenins at seven o'clock, at
the residence of Mrs. J. L. Frame in
this city. The young lady, whose pre-mntni-A
dnntli we are tiuinad to chron
icle, was 24 years and 29 daje old, and is
reported to have aucoumbed to that
dreaded disease, typhoid fever. The,
funeral services were held today at the
home of her mother.
F. P. Hudloy, papor hanger.
Carriago painting, F. P. Hadloy.
F. P. 1 1 ad ley, painter and decorator.
Call nnd eoo Taylor'a carpota before
D. W. Hondorson wss up from Guide
J. N. Brown ot Nelson was in this
Congress plow shoes $1.25 and 81 CO at
Cincinnati! shoe store,
A comploto new lino of wall pnpor at
Taylor'a at bottom prices.
Are shoes advancing? Read A. II
Knloy's ad at the hoad of local.
W. L. Bennett and L. E. Spenco of
Bladen were on our streots Tuesday.
C. W. Kaloy is in Lincoln this wook,
booming real estate interests for Web
Mrs. Dolahoyde ot Bluo Hilt waa in
Red Cloud Monday, the guest of Mrs.
J. S. White.
W. B. Roby will take eggs in exchange
for Hour, fruit, food, grain, etc. Bring
on your eggs.
M. S. Marsh of Ronwick, Iown, was
shaking hands with old friends in the
city this woek.
When you wunt a nice smooth shavo
or hair out, givo Geo. Fontress a call
One door west of Miner Bros' store.
I have the largest assortment of boots
and shoes in the city and at such nrtoea
as will fit all pocketbooka. A. n. Kaloy.
Mrs. McMaater ot Franklin, sister-in-law
of S. E. Cozad, was in Rod Cloud
this week while en route homo from a
visit in Omaha.
Go to W. W. Wright's, the chespest
headquarters in the valloy for heotlpg
cooking, nnd all kinds of stovos. Thoy
havo them in great varioty.
At the Old Stand.
III vtit&t Honors W.rieV Fk
MOST PERFECT MADB.
A pme Grpe Cream of Tartar Powder. fj
tern Ammonia, Alum or any other rduKeraal
40 YEARS THE STANDAM
Jas. Burden is a man who will run the
office of district clork in good shape,
and is fully qualified to do so in every
particular. Ho has beon a resident of
Webster county for a great many years
and has Won the eateem of hia neigh
bors and tho people generally wherever
he has boen. You can not de better
than to vote for him, for, in doing so
you will be voting for a man who is de
serving of your suffrage. Vote for Bur-
We muit make a ooinpariinn, and, do
ing so, it is oar Intention to do Mr. Fort
no injastloe. Webster eoanty and its of
floinls have dons exceedingly well by Mr.
L ort, better than by any otner man who
ever entortd its borders. Twelve yesrs
of aotoul Maidens and eleven years .in
the coort-hoose is tho rteord. Does he
olalra any more T Of course he does, or
he wonld not be a candidate. lie is atk
ing too maoh, and the people will so de
olde by eleoting Bailty, the old citizen
nt doubly interested Ux payer. Nation,
Bailey's Organ. '
Jud linilsy ooonpied the nonnly clerk's
offloa fonr years, and got mad when the
republicans refuted to endorse him the
third term and joined the pops. Whil
he held down thst'offioe he drew, on an'
aTsrsge of $2300 a year salary as the
reeord show (the law allows ft 500)
drawing betwtea seven and eight has-
dred dollars more eaoh year than lie was
entitled te, under the gniao of ranking
oat the tax list, whioh fees ho should
hive turned over to the connty as the
law dlreots. We de not desire to do lfr,
Bailey as injuatUe, but the records are
there and eaa be oxamined at any tin e.
Mr. Fort's salary is only ilCOO. He
makes the lax list and entera it on the
fee book according to law, a all county
clerk's skoald do. sad any excess of $1600
goes to Webster county, aad not into the
poekst of the elerk. We cannot sec
what Mr. Fort's residence la the eoanty
for twelve years has to do with his being'
sleeted to the eslos of county clerk,
which offlee hs has held ons term only.
At no period la the history ot the
oounty has our public schools been in
such an excellent condition as at the
present time, the credit ot whioh must
be laid to Prof. D. M. Hunter, the very
efficient superintendent ot public in
struction of Webeter county. He baa
ehown adsalrable executive ability in
that direction, and should be retained
in that position tor many reasons. Vote
Tho new firm will continuo in the same businoss, Gro
ceries nnd Quoonawsre, and in the near future will add
one or perhapa two new departments that will bo con
venient for our customers to buy nearly everything they
may need for general use all at one store. Wo will aim
to keep a full line ot everything that trado demands,
and in tho near future you will be able to got every
thing that is kept in a first-class store, from a pound of
sugar to the finest can of fruit, or a set of tho cheapest
dishes to a set of tho finest china, at prices that will
We will not quoto you any.prlcea in this issue, but from
now on will give you prices, and all the changes from
week'to weok. ,.
We Invito you all to como and inspect our goods 'and
get prices bofore paying out your cash or selling your
products. Everybody come and be suited, both in price
and quality ot goods,
Here is a bargain wo will have to offer you prices on:
Juat recolvod a car ot fino apples, suitable for present or
winter use. They will be closed out at the small aum ot
50 cents per bushel. Now is your chance; come quick.
Geo. Rogers was in the city this wsek
Chos. BeBse was in Indianola the first
of the week.
Ed Bohanan of Lincoln was in the
city this week.
A. G. Willi' mother, who resides in
Kearney, is in the city this week.
Roecoe Cathor is detained from his
achool this week, the result ot a bioycle
Mrs. E. Dowland, who has boen visit
Ing at tho residence of W. B. Roby, has
returned to her home in Nelson.
Henry Clatte waa down from Blades
this weok, and made this office a pleas
ant call while in the city.
Ben McFarland is on the sick list this)
A new section has been added to oar
band, in the shape of three elide trosa
bones. C. E. Stine, of the Superior Journal,
was on our streets the first of the week,
shaking hands with his maBy acquaintances.
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