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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1881)
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XZD CLOUS, tfSSSASIA.
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M. L. THOMAS,
TISBE:-. $1.50 1 jur!;UdisAtTu
NQRTH-EAFT OR SOLTH-EAST
TM Koad-tOf tthtr with tbe C. B. Jk Q, which
if called '
Burlington Route !
Konnathe mot coni)!rteliu between JJeliraika
yuiiAf and all icinU ltofMu'.uri Kivcr.
i'ar acne err takirjr this line crosi the
Mo. Kivrr at I'lslUmonth
Plattsnoutli Steel Bridge,
"Which bai lately been cotnjileted.
Through Day ConcIi
rnHmnei M r phtgCargp Edwin C. HaVLEY.
ARE RUN TO
a IftiirlinfftoiiiFecrsn. Chicago
" and at. LOHii3
V'here lotccoi. -f Hnrucre rradr in union denr
lor allioinlsAorthKi-ft andMnuth. Trainf by
iIub itu:e ftcrt in Nebraska are there
lore Jreo from the variou accident!
which o lrr(uuntly d lay traica
cotninc through from the tnoun
taids. and put teugert are thua
ure of mukinf eond rou
mp EectiouK when they
tako the li. Jc SI.
S Through Tickets
n fore in tbe Etato. aa well as full and reliable
:t .'oimrtion required, can be had upon jiwilica
' un to U. Jr .V. R. K. A icicle at nny of the
M it rij.jil rtaiionH. or to
. . (JintrallicVit Ascnt,
C BED CtOU, 9Teb.
Vitrei EOUtli of Hampton it RulstouV
fc fall op, on Mum sU-eet.
Keap ocnAtantly on hand an assortment ol
J.aBifcer.Latb, Mb lea-lea, Ileors W1r.
awwi.Llme HAlr ('cmrnt. l'Jnatcr
UutiaiuK l'Hpcr cic.
VLA TT & FREES
'vi&UITS, CIGARS, TOBACCOt
f IK THEIR EEASON.
:se32 and Canned
.v .ETC., ETC., ETC.
"iaTAiD for FARMERS PRODUCE
Mis Ml si Gommissioa.
5? share, of the public p.ttronagc re
, .spcclfuly solicited,
lake pnrticnlar pains to keep on hand
" the very Jest of everything in
my line of business.
UD CLOUD, - NEBRASKA
Xa&srs! Uosrsi! ISothersU!
'jSron JMurl ed at n-clitand broken of 'your
a CmtL Cold or Sore Throat
hri!e stopped.- ITlcct freioently results iu
an 'rncirabir Lon Dioeic or Confumption.
8nli Bronchial Troche aro certain to g.vo
rKMs ApUmm. RrenchHi. Coughs. Catarrhs
f?ft!ii5iTnid Throat Pueases. For thirV
ti&TtheTffee hare been recommended by
ffvviciaa. ad alarajoive perfect satisfaction.
ftei".tirt ot nntriei but bavirifbsen
n-Srijywidia'l constant Tise for. nearly an
S 5eSKioB.hcy hare attained well
eritc frank aroofftl,e few staple remedies of
ierK: ,iK.1'tllL, -nd Kinirera ne than
irSiSflSl 1 rLerc the poor IHIe suffer-
in;fi?J.,,,v-.l i...... un ;t? there ii no
Sa'SSVboilU. ffnerei noi a mother on earth
" jfij ?5r. uirf it. ho uill not tell yon at
"?5w24i,irin rcetilate -ho towel, andgtvo
-liatlig like marc. It ii tcrfcrtly safe
f.d-imi'"B '"" -fibeoldert and best
- i'-ttali Trhyfician. an.t uuco in tnc Unit.4
iuio. bold cTirytrtn-rc. i coutt a bottle.
ft'-&i' l?lJf"i tnsthen tho, Voice. Soil at
EV 3? J2:Weiay'r c" a bwt eTcrywa-j-c.
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Case & McNexy,
110IINMS AND COl'SSKLOnS AT LAW.
Will yrnct'tre in all thfi Court of tht Hute nnd
Northern Kanta. Co!lctioni a woll litiga
ted buiine rar -fully and rSTectieIy attended in.
WriCK- On Wearier attest, ono door north
cf (Jarber'i Stnrr.
Kill) CIJU'U, NHII.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTOHSKY AND COrNSin.OK AT LAW.
Office one floor north of Kaley Tiros.
RED C'LC lI. - NEBRASKA.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSKLOR AT LAW.
ANO REAL BBTATe OeZT.
Red Cloud. Neb.
.I'roHit Attention OiTen to Collection.
Orricr- with C. 11. J'OTTKR. at Red Cloud
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drug Store.
sep cloud, - sb.
attorney and counselor at law.
Hastings, - Neciiaska.
AVill practice in all the fourth or the State.
Prompt attention Ktven to all butiucs entruttixl
to bia earn, julyl-7
II. S. KLKT.
O. W. Kaliy.
Red Cloud. Neb.
J. L. Kamct.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW & REAL ESTATE
Will practice in all tho tVurtf in Nebraska
nd tmrthirn Kanfa: ctillcrtioix i-roioptly at
tended to acii corrc!'ondence tolicitcd.
LiD CLOUD, ITebraci.
Also. AKont for IJ. A M. I. B. Landn.
I. W. TflLI.KYS,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
JSTOffice over Kaley Bros, law office.
BID CLOUD. NEBRASKA
MtKKT A. II AIX ITI. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
RED CLOUD. NER.
Aw'mtnn! Sunrcon IS. f- M. K. K. It. C. Office
oTcr Johnson Ar Crepn' dry K'-od ftore. Rcoi
deneoover IVrkini X MitcheU'a dtore 19tnu
J. ITI. K109EKA, Ifl.
Physician and Surgeon,
Rhl) CLOUD. NKR.
Will pay special attention to 0b tctrlcs and
dUciirc of irowen Alfo m-ncral and rperinl
aurcery. Din-wsts of the Ej e and Ear. Charge
moderate. Oflice over ShcferV Drugstore.
Residence -ith houas north of school hotico.
JA9. ifl. CALLEKDER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Prompt attentlanco on all calls in tho practice
of medicines or turgcry.
COWLES, - NERRASKA.
J. W. JIOKANVILLK. C. F. .MORANVILLE,
I pntvrra. NCR. iUKIIY. NAD.
C0W1.IS & AM150Y, NEI1KASKA.
Alt profesionilcalls will receive our prompt
nnd careful attention. 40mli
Dr. H. A. Baird,
W. IT. EICHARDSON,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
lishcFt market price paid for hogs and cattle.
J. E. Smith S. C. Smith M.R.Tnom-sov.
Prcs. First Nat. Cash. First LatoTMler First
Rank. Rcatrice Nat. Rank Nat. Dank neat-
Seb. Reatrico Neb. rie Neb.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make collections in nnypartofthe
United t-'tates Sell exchange upon the princi
pal eastern oitie Loan money upon improved
farms Receive deposits subject to sisht drafts
Allow interest upen tiroo deposits, and trans
act a general Ranking business.
Kkfkkkncrs: Omaha National Bank, A.
S. Paddock, U. .S Senator; First National Rank
New York, CainSrilge Valley National Bank.
Cambridge New York.
JOK. "JACuliS. raoraiETOK.
rvro doors wt ok roy'b home.
Keeps on hand tho host brand of Wines.
Liquors. Reer. Ale, and Cno Ciyais. A shaxa of
he public patronage is solicstcd.
proprietor bed clottd
And Dealer Ib
OILS 8 VARNISHES
All ceoda fa niy Line kept constantly oh
hand: and to' -kka I imrUa the attention ol
the public.- f
"Eternal Vigilunce is
M. L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY, JAN. C, 1881.
Ton. Alvin Saunders has our thanks
for public document.
Tin: Holiday i-nue of the Omaha
Iter contained a number of fine litho
graph rutH of buildinH in that
city, lite Koneral poahe:uutivencs of
tlw Ucc iiublishiug Co., is unsurpassed
in the wc-t.
Juikje Frkkma.v, assistant attorney
general for tho pottoflicc department,
has written the postmaster general,
taking the ground Jhat printed com
mercial papers filled out in writing are
legaly Mibjectto letter rates of postage,
and that therefore section 232 of the
prevent postal regulation, allowing
such papers as bills of lauding, invoi
ces, way bills, insurance documents,
circular and hand-bills, to pass
through the mail as third clas matter
should be annulled as contrary to
Mr. C. L. Haum of this city, is
"doing" Dixie, and writes an interes
ting letter to The Journal from Aura
ria, Georgia, which appeared iu yes
terday morning's issue. He tells
among other things, of a member of
the legislature of that State who walk
ed to Atlanta, ninety miles, slept in a
livery htable, and introduced a bill to
have Fourth of July and Christmas
"jined" together, for the reason that it
was "powerful hard on we 'uus to buy
tire-crarkers so often." Next to the
tumbling-rod bill introduced in the
Nebraska legislature two years ago,
and which caused so much trouble
and sport, this ellbrt of the Georgia
representative, takes the cake.Lincolu
Tiik Mnlivnl Jiwvnl says that the en
forcement of the medical registration
and license law Illinois brought out
the fact that there were 2,300 men
prcticing in the state who could not
stand the very moderate test of fitness
imposed by the state board of health,
in other words, there were according
to the Record, 2,300 incompetent prac
titioners in the state of Illinois at that
time, men who were incompetent from
a lack of education, experience and
natural ability. Even iu a population
as great as that of Illinois, this is a
large number of "quacks" to be turn
ed loose on the people, and it is
said that yet, notwithstanding the
medicai law now in operation in that
state, there are a great many men
practicing medicine there who are,
without doubt, little fitted for such a
After people have for a long time
been raising hogs to sell in the large
markets for three to four cents a
pound; the belief that six cents will be
the currant figure before next summer
shall have come, does seem a trifle
visionery too good to be true. But
there are old heads in the business
who declare such a happy state of the
market may be reasonably hoped for.
They base their opinion upon the fact
that hogs have been fairly crowding
the market ever since the opening of
the current season, and that packers
have been taking the stock freely at
prices ranging from 4.50(S4.S0.
They agree that packers will not be
likely to change their usual course so
far as to neglect to put prices of hogs
up materially, that they may have
good reason for putting prices up on
the accumulation of hog products, af
ter they shall have filled their store
rooms. In this they will propably be
greatly aided by the farmers and ship
pers of live-stock who seem," if the
movement of the hog crop may be ta
ken as a trust-worthy indication,
eager to clear the country of hogs.
With the greatest part of the crop in
their own hands, packers can afford to
bull the markets fon hogs. It is of
course, possible that they may not see
fit to do so. and it mav be that even if
they should advance prices, six cents
may be far above their ideas. laneri
Terms of Court, 5 th, Judicial District,
Tursuant to provisions of the Consti
tution and Statutes of the State of Ne
braska, I have fixed the time- of hold
ing the regular terms of the District
Court, in and for a portion of the
counties comprising the Fifth Judicial
District of Nebraska, for the year 1881
Adams, March 7th, June 20, Dec, 12th.
Buffalo, Feb. Sth; June 6th; Nov. l&th,
Cheyenne, Feb. 22; June 14; Nov. 15.
Dawson, May 3d; Nov. 8th."
Franklin, March 29th; Oct. 11th
Furnas,. April 12th; Oct. 25th.
Harlan, April 6th, Oct 18th.
HilchcocJc, April 22nd.
Kearnev, May 10th; Nov. 3d
Keith, May 3JsL,
Lincoln, March 1st; Sept. 27; JSov,- 22.
Phelps, May 24th.
Red Willow, April J 9th; Oct 28tlu
Sherman May 17th
Webster, March 22nd; Oct. 4th.
Terms of court will be called in eitlw
er or all the other counties fn tho dis
trict when the people, through their
commissioners, desire,- fwhiidk due
notice will bo given.
William Gasun, Jr., Judge.
January 1st. 188!
Mm price of Liberty," and $1 -50 a year isjttejmce of the lied Wwylie-
WEBSTER CO- NEBRASKATTnURSnAY. JANUARY 6. 18S1.
Vm tati lis S!el Hills.
Rapid i to have a new bank.
Custer Iijw organirtd a fire depart
A K5mnatic club has been
in Dead wool.
Dakota itjIIcuc at Spcarfih was del-
i icattnl I.-mt week.
The Nowmlcr clcin-un of the
Culedenia mine amounted to flO.OX)
Upper Klk crock lias roctcd a
school home which U ready for occu-
A trotting race for
took place on Jan.
DeadwwHl's public school has been
wlrwt finjt iiitv itii rIrai frit i f An M
graded and now employs
, ,, r.nnn
Interest to the amount of $30,000 on
Deadwood bonds, falls due on April ve Uls: . il "nnp up
jBt. the rear with nxty-tuo thoti'.aud
Custer county's mica is raid to be Nineteen i-tatcs have a population of
fully cotinl if not superior to that of over one million, five of over two mill
North Carolina. Jions, and four of over three million-.
A grit mill will be ercctai at Crrok , Fonr are OVt.r nine i,umired tliou-an!,
Citv ui.on the site of the one recently . , . , ,. . ,f ....
burned hind six have trom a half a million to
Over "l, 150,000 pound, of freight for ,ninc h,rwl thon-aml.
the hills was delayed at Sidney on hc- ' I" round uumlcr the gains of the
count of the storm. 'several nUttes since lS"o are as follows.
The machinery for the Deadwood in the order of the present population
and Terra milK at Central, is rapidly Vew York TOj.OiW. IVnnviNanm
being put in place. L-,., m- ,...m,. . .
' ,'T .. . , . -CiOtOXK), Illinois 6IS.000, Mivuin 437,-
The Grand Junction nunc nt Custer f' ... , ' ' , ,
mude a clean up on the 20th, inst., m Indiana ',000. .MateiirIiiisetL
with most satisfactory results. j 325.0(H), Kentucky 327,000, Michigan
The Sitting Ruil mine at Galena is 450,000, Iowa, 430, 000. Texas 670,0110.
still in operation, and shipments of ore Tennessee 240,000, Georgia 351,000.
arc being made to Omaha. Virginia 2.S7,000, North Carolina 230.-
,'7W8UB1 'i, -i ' I- i i
panvs tunnel at Rapid is finished, and
sluicing will commence at once.
It is currently reported that tho
Homes take company will erect a 200,
stamp mill at Lead City in a short
One hundred and twentv thousand Maie .(m Connecticut S5.W0.
pound, of mucin nerv for the fcmeral- ... ,, ., n .. , , '
da mill has been unloaded in Buck- "Cbt ,r,,,!l 16,000, .Nebraska 330.
tail 1 000, New Haniphhire 23,00-). Vermont
The telephone exchange at Dead- 2,000. Rhode Island 59,000, Florida
wood is now in operation and con-. 79.0(H). Colorado 155.000 Ore-ron S4.UOO.
nects Lead and Central with the met-
A mass meeting
bfll nt. Dniiownrwl
last week endorsed the proposition for
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ine division oi tne territory
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The shaft of the Terra mine has
reached a depth of one hundred and
thitry-five feet. Hoisting works will,
it is eaid, shortly be erected by the
The right of way has been granted to
a company in Deadwood for the lay
ing of pipes to furnish gas and heat to
the city, and for the stringing of wires
to light the darkness by electricity.
An effort will be made this -year to
get an enabling act passed by the legis
lature to allow Lawrence "county to
vote bonds for the erection of a court
house and jail. The county pays a
rent now amoting to over $6,000.
The King Solomon, at Tigerville,
bids fair to soon heroine one of the
prominent Black Hills Bonanzas. A '
Mxty-tamp mill will be commenced
immediately after the holulavs, all ar-i
rangements are completed. both for
erecting the mill and properly opening
the mine. ,
Work was begun last week on the
Dcadweod, Central City and Eliza-
bethtown narrow-gague "railroad. Op-
craiion lor some lime win no counneii
to a tunnel 1.300 feet in length,
through a mountain between White
wood creek and the prairie.
Heeting of the Necrasbi State Horticultu
The society will meet in Lincoln on
the third Wednesday in January, 1881, . the city stands, was fought, (a year or
and continue three days. J two before the advent of the whites) a
The program will be such as has desperate Indian battle in which hun
usually been oliserved, consisting of dreds of braves fell on that bright sum
Essays, Tapers, Addresses and Discus- mcr day; as they were buried where
sions. they fell, their smouldering remains
Chancellor Fairfield, Frofessors J enrich the soil bf Red Cloud. The
Aughey and CulberLson, of tne State theory of reproduction would lead one
Uuiversity, Professors, Thompson and to conclude that tho-e of the present in
Wilbur. Hon. Sam'l .Barnard, Dr. j habitants who raise "garden sass,"
Childs and others will be in attend- take raw Indian with their lettuce,
ance and favor the meeting with Ad-i and cooked Indian with their morning
dresses. Papers will also be read from hash. (The hair with which that
Dr. Warder of Ohio, Wm. Tavnders, of j mysterious compound is generally
Agricultural Department Washington, supplied is propably furnished from
Parker Earle, of Illinois, Professor ,
Husman of Missouri Horticultural
College, P. J. Berckmanns, Augusta,
Georgia, Gov. N. J. Colman, Editor
Rural Worltl, St. Louis, Dr. G. B. F.
Leighton, Norfolk Virginia and Prof.
I, I. Colmant, Columbus, Miss.
These papers and addresses will be
followed by discussions.
In addition, the following special
subjects will be discussed: Bird Law,
Tree Blight, Treatment of Growing
Fruits, Handling Fruits, Varieties of
Fruits best adopted to Our Soil and
Climate, Handling Nursery Stock,
Tree Peddlers, etc, tc.
Reduced Rail Road and Hotel
Editors will confer a favor, and aid
the cause, by copying, or noticing in
substance Accommodations for Re
porters for the Press will be .provided,
and their presence cordially, invited
ROBT. W, FURNAS Pres't
DAN'L. H. WHEELER. SecV.
Newspapers that work for the inter
est of the town in which they are loca
ted are a public blessing. Without
them people living at a distance
Would not know that the town had an
distance escept as they wtrtild see H
marked down on a map. In a hun
dred ways they benefit a place, and irf
return for that benefit it is the duty of
every citizen of the placer to tnker ffte"
paper and pay for it, and of every man
engaged in business ftf advertise in ite
columns. If the' residents of town
Urtfutd feel their lafeftotatoiltty in these
oxSUetv, their newspapers would
thereby be enabled to more effectually
aid iftbuHdmgnp'anp advertising the!
piece. Boone Co. News, '
Tho table smn the crrtf. of tn' .
various tat and territorio?', tho J
( ut lno orcr of the tatus in j-pu!a- J
tion j a follo: .e-.v ork, Ohio.,
I';iinylauia nitnoU. Mi-oun I tJ
ann, Mar-.ai-hu.etL4, Krntuckv M-h
ijjan, Iow.i, Tcxa.i, Tftn-ce, Jeort, '
Virtnta, Xort C.irohnu, Wi-eonin.
Alabama, Mi-.-Nipju, "en' Jert-V.
South Caroliua, Kan, Itu;iium
.Maryland, Califurma, Aarkaua.
MiunMiLi Maine, ('niurtU'ut, V3t
Virginia, Xebr.tka, New Hainfr-lure.
Vermont, Florida, Rhode Island, Col-
-v b-v .
oratlo, Uregon, I'eleware. Nevada.
cw ioric commences with over
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000, Wwcon-iii 2,0,000, Alabama 2m,-
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I000' Mttssippi Oi.OoO, .New J-rao
204,000, South Carolina 200,000. Kan
sas 631,030, Louisiana 219,000. Mary
land 155,000. California 301.UO0,
Arkansas 312.000. Minnesota 341.000.
iU, ,. ,,,.,. v- i.. o,-. yw
it-ii;niui; .il.irxr, v;ii.i "Arvv.
Colorado leads with the largest
with . .
coinage oi gain in the ten years,
ieurasKa seconu. ermont mows
the nnallc.it percentage of gain, and
Maine the next Miiallest.
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The fellowing we clip from the Lin
coln Globe, being extracts from a letter
to lhat paper from this place. Tho
writer evidently has a good opinion of
Red Cloud and its business men,
which is just and proper.
"The lively little town of Red Cloud
was founded in 1S70, by ex- Govenor
Garbcr, and near the corporate limiL.
of the city can be seen the "dug-out"
from which he "dug-out" in 1875 to
assume the office of govener.
If the Indian chief from whom the
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",,acc tlenvcs l namc couM v,p,t.
the scene of hi.- former greatness, he
would open his genial eyes with a-ton-
ishment at the transformation effected
by the busy hands of the pale face,
Where a fe'w short vcars ago he and
his dusky brethren chased the living
game across the wild prairies, or don
ned the war paint to gather the scalp
locks of his foe, can now bo -een the
thrifty stockman, tending his lowing
herd, or the sturdy farmer at his daily
toil. 'Tis said by old hunters and
trappers that on the spot where now
some other source")
The changes in this section have
been wonderful indeed. The writer
can well remember the time when the
buffalo, antelope, the festive cayotc
and his elder brother the prairie wolf,
held high carnival on the spot where
now stands Red Cloud.
The city numbers 1,000 inhabitants,
who are rapidly assuming metropoli
tan airs, and count themselves as
good as anybody in which they are
entirely corect, for a better class of in
habitants or a more active and ener
getic set of business men it would be
hard to find. Uncle Sam Garbcr, the
brother of the Govenor, was about the
first to open a general store. He is
still at it, and is doing good business.
Unce Sam, as the trading boys call
him, is a straight, forward, honorble
gentleman, whose word is as good as
The B. & "St. are about to put up an
addition to their depot building, ma
king it two stories high, and over 130
feet lone; the lower part will be used
for an eating house, waiting rooms
ticket office, etc., and the upper rooms
converted into offices for the use of as
sistant superintendent and other offi
cers of the read. Bed Cloud has been
made headquarters of the western di
vision, in consequence' of which lite'
average citizen parts' hi hair in the
middle in order to preserve his" equile
britfm". The city has without doubt a
bright future before1 H, and it rests
with the basiness rrien of the place to
determine whether it shall be in the
fatufd asit know, and lias been in the
put, the leading city of the Rejaabl'-f
saa VsEejv j
1 A Firsi Cl&ss M&&iias fer $3 DO.
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Hardware Si ore
come anc( see us as we
RED CLOI'D. NEB.
Tb thoiet of Fr-h tnea'a. SnMr"
FowlnanJ Tfrythinr in the line that tu tnM
i t aiTonli. alway on ban-l.
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bn. si. U of tseianrr. uritcrMl. Ij iu4.
rm n lh back. Wimne. of riiinn. I'rptrlutr
oll ic . anil many other iiiie lhat Irml t In
t nr Cnnuiotlioa anil i-reitur era
.i' iartcutarf in our Maihlct. wt-h t
de-irt- ! ten'l free hy mail locrrry unc. -Tbt
TciGl meOifioe i toll ly all Wnracft -t ?l
t-r package, or fix jui-kasc tr $. ir wi! 'j
ttnX tree by mail n rrii nfthefniney. Iir ti
dmtin: THE ORAY MfcDlCINIi CO
NV.t Jeehanica' fl'k. etroii. Mk.
49SoU by lruriU) rrnerally, 1. K. lib.
Oaiiii. Sab- If fculcaatt 3eaU -!
Dry Goods and
S5O0TH and SHOES
Hats Caps. &
R'd'ly Made Clothing
Wt havt thi Largest
Stock in the Vallty and will
not bt udiirstltf.
Give us call, one and all-
Bed Cloud Kefc.
ftASTS RID.NS SAW UACHilfS
The BZST TXDIO OCT.
Wil SAW mat as laaja te may
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Staple Fancy Groceries
MB ACC0 & CI-BAHS
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Choice Hute. Fruits &, Confections.
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How Can I save Money
lt III MM, MY
Fall avp Wimik (loons op
ihcv arc worth in Csh.
I sell ihcm ar a smll profit.
I make no book account.
I have but one price.
Clear cash buyers jet Che
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"lp Twrn "tore " Your
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ACME STEEL Barb Fence Wire,
Wire that will make
Pig Tight, Bull Strong H Horso High
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