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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
THURSDAY NOV. 4, 1x75
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A.S. PdWk Beatrice. ' U. 8. tor.
W. Hitaaeaek. Osaaaa. . 9-8eaater.
Lorenzo CronaM. RtpraieataUTe.
FILA8 0ARBHU Ow.rtw. Ht1"'
J. H Wastoa. Lifreola, AadUer.
Kam'l MMwrfUrUttMWilki "
J. A. Talleji.
K. H. Jones.
I. W. Tatters
II. C. Hill.
II. S. Kaley.
C C Coon.
W. B. Tkora.
A. M. H.rdr.)
U. W. 1111.
7. Mattesoa. I
Wkttr Cbulr CoUtfiftl
Webster Co.. Neb.. He is ae Valley ol
the Kepibllcaa. U ISO wilt wut of the Mis
tar.F..Trand toachet the State liae on
the Booth. Wiaters are aiild aad dry: very
little rain or mow Tails is that aaaion so lit
tle in Taet that cattle lire all wiaUr with no
bay or grain. Plenty of rain falls ia the
spring and auamer. The saasatrs are not
disagreeably warn, as there is always a cool
breeso especially in the eventnzt. The
county first began to settle a 1870. I 1871
the county was organised with a population
oTl. Its population is now between 2500
and SOW aad is rapidly increasing. There
are at pre-aeat38 organised school districts
within it boandrier aad snbool faeiiities are
th'refortf ample better than those in some
Kastern States. The apportionable school
lund furni.be nearly enough sooner to pay
testers' wages. Farmers can buy R. R.
land Iron: 11.50 to 56 per acre with ten years
tiuie. There is yet a considerable amount of
government lands for homestead and pre
nuptions. Asa stock ramug country it is
hrl 'o ezeel. Cafje do well, and fur sbeep
it c mnot be beaten. Ii u just suited to that.
Fortunes can be easily ma-la by raising sbeep
a the espease of feeding is very small. That
r.-rn. cists, barley, potatoes, buck wheatt and
a.11 kindi of root an J vegetables, ate grows
here with little labwr. 3S baaacls of sod corn
to th aere b nothing new. Wheat averages
abaat 25- bushels to the acre. Fruit does ex
toeauly well. Eaety farmer bat hia arcward
growing. Forest tres row raaadly. Cottaa
wooa. boxasVler. waateawod. soft ample, aad
many atberkiads of trees grow into timber
large enough for fael in about Jthree years.
Osag orange itlaats do i icely. and ia a few
years your live fences can be made. Me
chaaics find employment and fair wages. The
very bct and purest water is obtained by
going from 5 to 100 feet. The cost is very
small when the well is bored. These wells
never go dy. The streams of this county are
the Republican and its tributaries, which are
as follows oa the south side of the river.
Waiuat. Dry, Uafalu. State Peaoy. Clar.
Ilieks.Ash. aad UaideRoak crocks. On th
north sid- are Willow. Elm. Cottonwood.
Crooked. Indian. and Farmers creeks. In the
north part of the county is the Blue river
and its tributaries.
The soil of Webster coaaty is a dsrk. rich
vrt-table loam. Tho wild grasses are nutri
tious and abundant, and make mortexcellent
liu. rituotby. clover. Hungarian and taillit
will undoubtedly prove a profitable prosme
tion. Those who have tried them so decide
Our railroad prospeets are good, aad we
will have a road as sooa aa we really seed
one. Bat taa farmers for years will findreadr
sale tor rarpla productions is the newer
euanties west aad ta new settlers. By the
time these markets are closed roads for
ahraacr transportation esst will be opened.
Oar climate is healthful, the air pur nd
toaeing. and tick aes of any kind is almost a
traager to the pear-la hre.
The county seat. RKD CL0UP on the Re
publican river, sear the center east and west
and a little south of the center north and
south. In it are chances lor business men of
every branch of trade. The country around
j. Urh as to warraat a goad busiarss ia every
kind or saarehsaaise. Red Cload aad Guide
lock as tha oaly two laid oat toanas. Tar
ther inlormatEaa-oaa, be obtained from any
Hud agent who adYertwea.Mi this paper, or at
Ituccittifina of the adjoining couo
tie of Kashas ik having exciting
times about railroads. They hare been
tucetiog ia mass meetings and talking
railroad until the whole people are of
awe aaind. Their scheme ia to induce
the- Junction City and Kearney com
aaay to leave the Republican and fol
gv the divide between the Kepubli
can and the Solomon to Denver. Aad
it is possible that they may sauted.
A flight consideration of oar own in
terest will oaaae as to view this move
ment with the greatest interest.. The
sd above mentioned approaches to
withk sixty miles of this place. Itwil
be our sole chance for a road in that di
reatiMt for aaa time. Ou the other
Tumi if the road is onstructed along
the entire length of the valley, it will
he long before another one will be built
south of it. It is oar policy tw have
this road ranning through oar eoaaty
-soon an poible, and this place will
nturally be the market for Smith aad
Jewell counties for years to come. If
tint road ia diverted now, it will be
aaay years ere we obtain one. It is
to be hoped thsst iae men of this vil
lage aad coaatv wilt act promptly ia
tai matter. If that acaama be carried
through eaoceasrally it will tell serious
ly aaon oar prosperity, it aaa oaly
caxeeed by ear apathy aa4 iaittaatiaa
We aadetataad that a party
ly aassacad a bant at the livary stable
jaKaaraey to go aama dosea muW.
Bygaaaaaaaaaa, the horsa raa away
with aia, ar he fiwfot ta retara iL A
luaa ftaat ia rswst traead the horse
ad thief ap the aUpaWw aad Sap
py river UJPaeatv Oa.. Kaasss.
Be taava foasai a ta4 some fif-
tes-am-taylwria Osiere, having
h.muwL m waittaOTa .. fc"tt
vaJacd fita life, to make bis way oat of
that region a fait a! p..tible that
they would not be taken alive, Ac. He
ah-o learned that some of the settlers
thereabout were leagued with the
thieves, aiding and gskettMg'taaa.
He returnrd tbfwsgh Orleans aa
Satanlay night hut. With tbeiateatiaa
ofaeeariuga poae, r to hreak ap the
band.' If it is undertaken, there may
be warm work there. But uch a nest
of thieves ought to be broken ap at all
Moved and neconetl, that the Valley of
the. lirpub'iain in the State of Se
brntitn) nhull vote Intuit, to the full
txteHt aU'jtced by law, for the pur
pote of constructing or to ait in the
coRMtructiua of a liailrcnd from
tome point aut of u$t through to
DcHter City, CoL, the same to be
five to the firs' company that ugrees
to have its road completed and in
Jull running order within two years
from date of contract.
ItlVKKTON, Franklin Co., Neb.
November 1-t, 1S75
Ed. Chief: Sir, In order that the
people of tbc valley may have free dis
cussion on tliii all important subject,
I have so far intruded un your space
as to submit the above to them, in the
form of a motion. The question of a
railroad, is the question of the hour
with us. Give us a ruhoad, the main
artery through which flow the cuui
tuuulal bloud ol' the present age, and
every nerve andtsiuew of our Republi
can body corporate will feel and derive
a benefit therefrom. For, unless we'
an a people, do make au effort to in
fuaw some life into the preieut normal
conditio s of oar joiut system, our
progress in prosperity wjll be but slow
while we arc suffering financially for
wuut of a market that would absorb
our surplus farm products. The vot
ing of buuds for such a purpose, will
be bitterly and strongly opposed by
those who have not carefully studied
the benefit that they themselves would
derive from such an institution. Re
sides the enhancement in the value of
property, the stimulus it would give to
immigration, the encouragement it
would give to capital, the rise in the
price of our commodities, the saving
of freight, time aud labor, the conve
nience to publio travel, it would show
that we are not au inactive indifferent
class of people, but one that thinks,
acts, and is alive to their own necessi
Those who have fought the fight,
struggled and suffered during the last
five year; and have brought the
present out of chaos, hhould place part
of the harden on the future. Those
who are to come after us, and who will
enjoy the result of our labor aud im
provements, without suffering any of
tho hardships we have suffered, in
bringing the valley of the Republican
to its present advanced condition, can
not grumble if they are called on to
pay their quota for the comforts we
leaveMheui. Cons-equuntly why not
borrow money ro carry on those im
proveateats. and make the future do
its portion in paying off the indebted
ness. This is only just and fair. The
only objection I see to it U the tend
ency it might have in centralising cap
ital too much, by putting the couutry
in the hands of a few bond holders
But even taking it in that light, the
present age is to far advanced in the
science of progress for us to recede,
while other parts around us are endeavor-ng
to keep ia advance of the
current of surrounding circumstances.
Therefore let us put our fbou ders
to the-wheel, and ebre progress an
other turn. Having advanced so far.
it will not do for us to lay back on our
oar. Let the word be passed aloruc
the-Irseanei every paptr iathe valley
take up the question, let the people
pro and con talk the subject amongst
them, for in all great questions much
talking has to be done before it comes
to an iue, and let the motion at the
head of this letter stand until the mat
ter is decided one way or another.
Zxattlnmi Awarded at the W.arUr Co.
Ajrfealtiral Society,, held. Oct.
6th and "1875.
Geo. W. Hummel best yield potatoes
i, acre 2d premium aad diploma.
John Tomlktsoa. best i bushel Peerless
potatoes 1st ptemMo.
D. Helvetn. " - " " 2d premium.
A. M. Talbot i bushel Early Rose 1st
J. C. Holcoiab, " "- 2d premium.
A. M. Talbot, Early York, lot preau
C. C. Coon, ' " 2nd premium.
John Tomliaaon, Late Rose 1st prem.
M. B. McNitt " " 2d premium
Asher Beal, Peach Bow, diploma.
A. M. Talbot, Prinoe Albert. Chili
White Meshaaaockt dipsbma.
C. C. Cooav Sweet Potatoes, 2d prem.
Was. Maxwell, Long. Green, 1st prem.
Chas. Teach worth, " 2d '
Alva Wiggins, Tarbaa. diploma.
J. a Holcomb, Mammoth, "
Wau Maxwell, Habaard, 1st prem.
A. M. Talbot, 2d
fsdLKenogc. 1 stood, laipraai.
M. & McNitt, 4 2d "
A. M. Talbat, Sugar 1st
&W.Bka. " 3d
J. a Holcomb, Maagae Wortiel, dip.
Dr. D. Fats, Sweat 1st premium.
Geo. HaaMael, Sweet 21 "
J. C. Hoteoaatv UttuBaga, It praaa.
Dr. D. Feu, " " 2d '
Mrs. Levi Moore, 1st preajiaaa.
C. L. Brockmaa. 2d
Ahcr Beal, 1st premium.
Osborn Ayers 21 "
Dr. D. Fe'.r, Yankee. 1st premium.
A. M. Talbot " 2d
Asher Beal, Sweet, diploma.
Kd. Kelo?g. lt preaalam. i
DtvD. Feu. 21
A M Talbot. dipl-itn.
C C Coon. I.t premium
Mr. Levi Moore, 2d premium.
" " " ground cherries dip.
C. C. Coon. Winter Radi.h, 2d prem.
p a nut 2 1 premium.
" Japaaeee Pea, dip
A. J. Renoccker, best field 2 acres 2 1
premium aud dip'oma.
A. M. Talbot, J bushel, l.t premium.
C. C.Coon, - 21 premium.
A M. Talbot, Yankee, Sweet, & Pop
Ranny McNitt. Whie Popcorn "
J. D. Leach, mixed popcorn, "
Caa. Tcichworth, White Flint "
M. B. McNiit, Grass Wheat. 1st prem.
D. S. Helvera, 21
N. Phelps, Norway Oat, 2d pre D.
A. M. Talbot, assortment of veget .bles
G. W. Rise, " " 2d pr m
J. D Leach, pair Leghorn 1 year old
Johu Burtw, M " " " Dip
" spring cbickeus 1st prem.
J. D. Leach " diploma.
" St'abrights, diplou.a
" largest variety, d.plotna.
Mrs. A. M. Talbot, Bu.ter, diploma.
Miss Mary Holcomb, ' diploma.
Mathew Stratton, Secretary, diploma.
Sarah C. Tul!ey, fancy stocking, 1st
premium and diploma.
Sarah C Tull-jys, Tidy, diplo or
L. J. Tuileys, plain stockings, dip.
E. K Tulicys, lamp mat, dip.
Amy Luce, Quilt, lt prem. and dip.
Mrs- Garluck, Boqtiet, diploma.
Laura J. I udlow, Wax Flower, dip.
Laura A. D xon, Pin Cushion,' dip.
Mrs. Clias. Teaih worth, Hanging Bas
ket. 21 premium.
" " " Grass Wreath, dip
Mrs. Sarah Munse), Bed Spread, dip.
Mr?. J. A. Barber, Flannel Quilt, dip.
" 4 FotRugg, dip.
Miss Florence Allen, Fancy Wreath u
Agnes Kirk wood, Wool Mat, "
Mrs. Wo. H. Norris Fancy Quilt, "
" Jas. Baldwin, rioral Wreath, "
" John Berenzen, Quilt, "
44 J. Q Potter, Rig Carper,
Pine Cone Frame ,4
Worsted Pin Cushion "
44 J. A. Monahan, log cabin quilt "
44 xMcAvoy, " " 4k
Hat tie C. Bon, Flower.
Mrs. J. W. Warren, Embroidery, "
44 Berguntl.all, Quilt,
Miis Wright, fancy flower in frame '4
Mw. G. W. Hummel, wheat bread 44
' McQuiikin, pair vases and hewing
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Red Cloud, Nebraska.
aafWm -VDragStaiaiaiaBad Clone".
saraaWsl Vsaw Drags are- nave.
fay W Stock is complete, f profit.
al W m m motto is oaiek sales aad small
NAME What you waat.
A AUK Your basiaeas there.
NaMB To your aeighber.
JfAMK That jroa have beea there.
afatv There any thing yoa waat.
-T I b bit liaeof traid.
! Your chUd ailiag.
aWMy soothing syrapthe thing;.
SffSJtEK Compaead mcriptioa comet
Sff RER Ran the City Drag Store.
SHEREK SasttWawaaatseaek iathe ralley
SUERER 8ays come aad aaa fwyoarsair.
Give Him a call Before
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ONI DOLLAR par yaarUelab af Uuty
OfOrar. flsmaalsaaslsa ammsmlgaa fwwsa Paar smf-aBBW
m ' wea aawwa wa -
AddnaTaTBTKIBUNS. !f ew Tark.
Wiaes, UfMrs, aatf Clasfs,
OF ALL KINDS.
run urnim a
Coraeroflaft 8traet aaa! Haatjafli
Avaaaa, Haatani. Nak 11 -It
Or. Peter Hctttd,
aaiastn ia taa- aasmab
Red Cloud & K. P.
Cmavtlne al Kl HonJ mhk tho
RcpubRaan Hirer Stage I.Iaw.
Three Texular trip a week, arritinj;
aai deaartins; f'rtraj Kel CinaJ at the
awe ttaie the staj;: from tha railroad
FARE VERY LOW.
j. x. sraaow, prop.
HASTINGS, --.- NKB.
J. X. S1CT2, Propristor.
The oaly 6rt-clx- houc in the city.
Stae leaves thi. hooae every other
aiorniojg fur lied Clou J aud the K. 1.
R . till
Wfctr you can get a good tguan meal
fax Tw3at7-aTe ceata,
OYSTERS in every "yle.
Fruit., Nuts, Apples Candies Jellies
and Canned good uFall kindt.
Cigars & Tobacco-
The h?hft market price pail Ii
BUrrER, ECMS9- AMD
ajjrFaruier froui the Kepublicnn
Valley will do well to give us a call
wheu in town.
C. !!. STKVTART.
We.t ride Ilasting-i Avenue.
nll-:;ui HASTINGS, NEB.
WHERE The Ronty LieS
i till RAT tnanr fanac-s have fimnd it to
"z be in goml Mark. Poultry, tlraiu. etc.
The Amkkicav Stim-k Joi'imal tells all
about these, und ma be b-1
A WH0L2 YEAB FOS $100.
Just think o. it ! Nearly p ge o' this
valuablo inrortii.ntien (excludve wf trntr.1
color) in onuyear. Veterintry advice with
out char,, .
Improved Stoc Tree,
as well as many other article to thoe get
ting up clubs. Agent and other having a
little tnrn time, can w.ike excellent wig
and do oihcr good, by nbtaini gsubcritrr;
1 cent sccuro specimen aud eapfjisw now
to do it.
Address FfSTTN BBOTIIKBVI.
Parkesburg. Chester Co.. 1'a.
First in the Field Established 1858.
IA!L10. WEKKI.V $i.
Raaiaeaa Nrn. Kallsrtiail niHssaa,
t'aaaijr irHrri, aud alkest, At
BLAHI BOOS NAUUrACr01IN3
after many yca? experience, with
superior facilities, and' the
to be found in the West, will fill any
order, large or small, in the lie! ttyle
at bort notice, aud at the lowest
OUR BLANK BOOK WORK
and Binding of every dcfcriptrbir can
not be surpassed by any firm in the
state, and challenge cotnparisoa.
County Work A Specialty,
and Coanty Officers will rind our forms
the latent and ruot improved. Sta
tionery, Seal for County, District
and Probate Courts, Justices of tto
LIQAL AITS COHsfEECUL BLAKXS,?
LKDOBBJl. Bar MM1KB, BBCOBOf, JtC..
in ready made stock, famished at the f
Orders by mail for all kinds of Jos
WoitK executed with the utmost
speed, and dispatched promptly.
ST. A. D. BALCOMBK,
A Splendid Farm aad Family Joaraal.
The Kansas Farmer
la its 14th yeas. S-pasre weekly. C per yaar.
Jisainal. lasjeaaaaeat aad Pregrsasiaev
The Anerican Yewig Ftlfct
The Best aad cheapat. Bay's aad Giri'sasspe
pablished. 50 reata per year. Copies f bo k
UBeU. Areata per yaar. Cepiasarao a
r swat fori cants. Address J. K,
SOU. Teaefca. Kaaaas.
paper swat mw cants. Aaaresa
HUDSON. Tepefca. Kaaaas.
Has aaiekly takaa a bich plaaa ameag -g-ricaltural
joaraato. if. f. IW. Ithaa
been coadaeasJ with eaergy aaa ability, aad
wa have eeasiderad it asaeag taa bast ef ear
Has aaiekly takaa a bich plaaa ameag -g
excaaages. aaa a warthy reaieeearrttrw ef
the vast Phila-. Psv. Pr-H'l arr. Oar
Kaasaa rriaaaa saoaM fstl maea ariae m taa
aigheaaraetaf aa4 erliag warth taaia
State acrasatamrat paaar. XabWaal Uf
8tek Jaaraal. J like taa Kaaa-g Farsaar
vary maea. aad as early aa say areata!
gagameaU will permit I aaail estae. it a
piaaswre ta write saryaa aa the Utamyaa
arepaB-Jsa.afaTss.ratataa Farm aa
Uarr "Walks aaa Talka" I raiiar
Faraar with deep iatarsat.- Weaaall Faiisipa.
mtataaawa anas" ea of taa
bid eargv aa aavarisa af tha Wast saV
atatauraaga.san; "laarer sargat
ma aaa swAsuaaaasMr aa ajag
Catttt, Cattitv Cattle!
50 asjasl afaattle, 12 head f twe
jraar alit, I htmi af laarssaga. 20
aaasj afaaJvea, aaa! tha reat eawa.
Wawaawil ka -id aaaaa JacaaaW
agaaalgamvysJralt laaas atai!
30 gramraa, aM SaasaTaC
Phaa, asaraaa aW kaaaaai t atO.
Taarrsjgt fWsUevaaaw; 70a
kaa. aaati kawa, 2Slaat
ma - . "
. wmr Bartaaaai
i - J i ii aw jb
' a T- a
! Billiard Parlor.
0 stt. StrafU latt dJOT U lsi CaWaA
AN rovers of the game are invited to
sadT A tn.k lXiirlniMit nrinn raj
am n mw on humL
Gentlemanly clerk alway on haad
ta atteod to cistotuen.
KD. SMITH, Prop.
RED CLOUD DRU6 STORE.
Keep the !! aad largest Drug
Store In Red Cloud.
Prescription carefully coaipoaaded
both day and night. i4 tf
TIl3 aJatevaaMlOU llUHe
Iln lately changed hand, and is
now under the management of
J. M. JACOBSOH,
Who will make it the lept Hotel
Wcit of Lincoln.
He has in connection with thia hotel
fitift canted to and froa the de
pot free of charge.
Jaiaiiata, AfinC. Iiefc.
Smith ifi Calvert
MD CLOUS - - KS.
la Had Cloud. Xb , at their o.d stand.
Ti delightful to sea what they have oa
They have a sapply. it may truly be said
Of that which i. needful forth IK nig e-r
Th ey ha v bedstead, cradles, tables Jk chairs
Hofas. bureaus, aad all kinds ufrach ware.
Crib. Iwnf. tette. aad mattresses too
Which for all kinds of folks aad ages will
They have wagitns and horses for children to
.Which will pTeae wives and babies rieeed
They p y cash for these things aad select
them with care.
Aad will sell them a cheep as anyone darr.
And we sat to yoa all. both young an4 oM,
They'll not rerose areabark.ilrrns-avbf.
We iarrite all oar friend and nefghbors to
And they d ubtlew will find they deal fairly
If you come. I do think yoa caa certaialy bay
A no one can say the price is too high.
S. V. Ludlow
la aow prepared ratio al) lind of work
The beat of materials aaed, aaJ all
Doae aa atWt notice aad at reaaoaable
Shop ia McN'm'g Store.
Beal Clafaal IVCswrMaaJI.
MaJM ft. A. Wimmn el,
WeaH iistsasailly iatana tke Indies of stea
Oaa4 aaA vMaisjr that aaa ra-
araars far a
PLAIH SE WMi ef all lIMs.
LADIES HATS. Aa.
btstsSS 9m ra awVWwLsVy
' !f la Mc5aVlaiMiag.T
RED CLOUD, - - XMK
BAUM'SKKW CHICAGO STORE.
I aCMTT alTlLM.XO JaT UOC9K .hOITII or THK rWT orriCB.
RED ClaOUD, 1VEB.
Ii where yoa can buy
DRY UOOUN, AOTIO,
RoavU 4 ltheM, Calrerlflir
and everything ih the line oj 6eneral M CfChanoiie.
AT GRKATLY RKDICKD PKICkS.
It will y yoa to examine my Mock and prices befora Latng rl
where. A friewdly invitation cxieiid d to all.
fa-All I ak in a trial aad I am arc that 1 can coarinrr you. that I
krep'the largcat atuck aad the cheaist store west of tha Mts.cuti
Uivcr' X.. BAUITT
P. S. Higtuit Market Price paid for ill! kii:'t '
ef Cevntry Preduce, Hides and Furs.
CHAS. R. JONKS,
W10L13ALZ U7S S7A!L SXALZ2 IK
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS HATS.
CAP. Tinware Queensware.
Hi Kilt t aIr frlrc lMld for Oralai.
J G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the Public tfut lie has -Just
opened up a new and complete Stock ef
DRY GOODS iu GROCERIES,
CuiiM'uffMg in pe?t f
OALICOKS, lAHK. MOIIT A- PIJK,
CHA.MBUKS. DKLAINK. LAWNS, -
DRK&S TKI.MM1NCS k LIN 15(28.
CO US KTS k S K I UTS. V A I MM V r.
IILKACIIKD AND UNIILKACIIk'f "ir.'Sf.l.N'A
TABLK LINKN8. ATOWELIMS.
PA5T3, OVKU ALIS A SIIIUTIN,
BOOTH at HIIOKH, II AT a AI',
COFFEE, SU6ARS 4 TEAS ef all Kinds,
CaaMd Fruits, Oysters aad Crackers,
Chewing aad Smoking Tobaccos, v
FLOUR. MEAL & BACON-
Aiul every thinf utiualty kept ia ft Fir.t CUi Dry liootl. k Grvrrrf
T. a. Potter.
Red Cloud Nebraska.
THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD I
Keep constantly oa hasd tht JWef gfocl of Irjr Piae LaaiUr ia
the Weat. Also
BlalNlNw XOUL.DIXC.ft, IalJIFaa
aad all kiada of
.9?ril??k i.w,, !H puitaaaae! slrect froa. tha rafta, aaJ
waatsB sola aa low aa tae lowest.
NEW HARDWARE STORE !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
MITCHELL & MOBHART
Have oaeawsj a aaw aUrt aad kave
HA1DWA113, Cortlery, CmrwmUr m
COAL aad WOOD SfOVJW. Wa km aavj a Tia Swap eawaaetea'
witk aar Stora. W9 aaaaactar Ttm, Ceafr k Skeat Iraa Ware.
Cal mM See lefm
Oppiaiu tfca Latakar YarJ.
Rsd OlaBuds - .
jaat reared a fafl aaal caai,Wlar
aaal v wil aaal aa fea
M at) atV a-- 4y J
.wao-poe1f3risJ oi. tfU -
I i 1 rt iSn-m
nTTTTrTaaTairtaliaaarssijil.tiliia llsa'i"" '
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