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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1881)
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HARDWARE & HARNESS
etc., etc. etc.
A i line of everything kept In a uon-
tiinl stole, sit the I-"V. IT CAaiX I'lUCKS.
Kcon & Callender.
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Proprietor of tlio
AHD DEALER IK-
A full j-tipply ff
LAMPS, LAMP SIIADKS, WICKS,
ralronapc solicited and thnnlif!ly received.
Prc:criitirins carefully coinioutied"&4
One tloor houili of (.'-niter a store,
KEH CLOUD, XEB.
R. jl. TTITKER.
(Succezsor to O. A. Brown.)
C fii f always on hand and titnmHlpnn lnut
n tire. I'rice . low? any in the Valley.
Rejiairing ot all kind done i-rmnply and
Buriiil Kubes Airnisht-tl .it reasonable
KED CLOUD, - - - XEIJ
J. L. M3LLER,
Ket-p ci-x:f tni:tly on band :i full lino of
iiaknesK collars, saddles.
whips, co.miw, brushes
And evcrytiiinir usually kept in a first
two noons north of the rank.
The Highest Ch Fries Paid for Hi-It'
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUT1TAM, Frop.
Corn, Meal. Bran Cboiipod Feod and
Viisil the lied Cloud Grocery, Feed and Pro
vision sturo when you warn tui plies for man or
ltit;hest market nripe in cafh pail' for irrain
All kinds ofrounlrv irodure t-ikcn sn exchangfl
for ci'xlf. CuuJi delivered to all parts of town
frco -f fbarec.
St're fnuih of Heed's PIor Facinry.
rhe Proof of the
P udding is in the
You have only to call
on. us and we can easi
ly convince you that we
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so-called "Bed rock pri
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i'mj-cr mrtnir '.fT7 TliutMay evtfjln.
Ail arc cordially inritel.
Prrarliinz cvrry Crt anl third Sabbajb of
'.irb month at 11 n. in. bed r. ru., also on' th.
Sabbafli when -vcr it or-ur. I
Ailiba'h school vrry Sabbath mornihx nt
!" o'clock. I'rayer meeting extry Wedntway
i wnmit. J&
Loritl wlcerlisiotnitx invrtnt atnonrr
the. rcwUny uutllcr will be duirycd 10cs.,
line each hixerlioit.
Henry Cook fur Paint.
Lead and Oils, at Hknry Cook's.
(Jo to Nfwiiouse! for a nobby hood.
1 1 ca ps of 0 ver-Cofttf a t
J. G. Pottkr'3.
All wool hoods for fale at
. Franklin fqnare libraricy, at
"Still they coiiic,' Tho vein yooth
at Mns. McilitiDEs.
A full supply of llannels of all kinds
at " F. Nkwhousk's.
Ilondqiinrtcrs for stylish hats and
bonnets, at Mrs. McIIhidk'h.
The best suits for the money, is to
be found at J. (J. Potter's.
Imperial mixed paint, at the Ketl
Cloud Drug Store.
(in to Xewhouse's
roods of all kinds.
store fur dress
Conet.s kid gloves, and all kinds of
nice Millinery gootls. at
Mrs. McDit ide's.
Whitcbreast and Hard coal at Jones
it Magoe's Lumber Yard.
School supplies of all kinds at Hen
ry Cook '3 Red Cloud Dnlg Store.
Hoods, Flannels and needle work;
home manufacture, at NewhouseV.
(Jo to J. G. Potter's if you want to
save money by buying your clothing.
A good variety of Missscs and Chil
drens hats, just received, at
A large stock of Gerniantown wool,
Zephyrs and stocking yarn, at
(io to the well known Lumber
Yard of Jones Magce, for White
breast and Hard coal.
T now offer at private sale all my
personal property, including hay, live
stock, and implements. Six miles
south-west of Ued Cloud.
Jas. M. White.
lied Cloud, Oct. 27, 1SS1.
Cloverton, Ner., Xov. ltt 1SS1.
To tho voters of Webster County:
It having come to my knowledge
within the past few days that my
name was being used in (liferent parts
of the county in connection with the
ofiicc of representative; and as many
of my friends know that I have- kept
entirely out of politics since I became
a resident of the county nearly ton
years ago have never attended a
caucus or a convention thev are in
doubt as to my acceptance, if elected.
To set at rest this doubt, I make this
If the voters of the county, select
Die as their representative I will
accept the trust, and will endeavor to
discharge every duly that trust impo
ses, in the best light of reason and of
And 1 may say further, that it will
be my pleasure, as I deem it will be
1113 duty, to use my voice and my vote
in assisting to so shape legislation as
to foster and protect the great farming
and productive industries of the state,
believing that upon the success of
these classes our whole industrial
Thanking my friends for, perhaps,
their too kindly interest, I subscribe
myself, M. Wilson.
The Farmer's Candidate for Repre
sentative, subject to the decision of
the voters of Webster county, on
Some of Mr. Hawley's political en
emies are making a special light upon
that gentleman. His triumphal elec
tion would show them that they have
ttiken tlie wrong course.
Thereby announce mvsclf as an in
dependent candidate for the ofiice of
county clerk of Welstcr county Neb
raska; subject to the decision of the
voters of said county at the election
next Tuesday. Oliver E. Downs.
The undersigned has for sale at
itivenon, eomsKa, a nunnren ana
twenty head of young cows and two
hundred and ilfty young ewes. Ap
ply tO' liOBERJ COATKS.
I hereby announce myself as an
independent candidate for the office
of Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion for Webster county Xeb., subject
to the approval of the voters at the
E. M". Pearson.
I hereby announce myself as an
independent candTcfate for the office
of Sheriff of Webster county, Xabras
ka, subject to the approval of the
yoters at the Xovember election.
C. F. Kcehn.
The Republican Central Committee
men ot each prcemct in Avebstcr
cotvaty.are reauestcd to cull on the
chairman of" the committee- at the
Chief office and obtuiiv a supply of
ucKets-ioT uteir xespeeiivo precxncis.-
S-rauh 1 fernich J f craieh the itvkuU
sy the Arfftft.
Voti the -trwght rptiUiT.n tfeky;
at tho toming election.
See llifitthc mmc of Jolm P. IJ.tyha
M on your ticket and vote it.
Lo:5 Albright rcjoicw leciit!!0 a
line boy has made his appearance a:
t Do not be milled by (ah-c representation?-,
but vote the straight republi
can ticket next Tt:wdy.
. Mr. J. JL Heitou returned from
Indiana last we"k. He cxprc
hirngelfaa Ieing very well t-aiisficd
with Xebraska . since his return.
. Vote for Edwin C. Hawley for
county Judge, a man thoroughly edu
cated in the law, one deserving of the
office and who will attend to his
George and John Garbcr departed
last Tuesday to spend a few months at
Prof. Miller's Mercantile College, at
Keokuk Iowa.- The Chief supplied
them with half membership tickets to
Frank II. Gump was .summoned by
telegraph to the bedside of his father,
last week, who was lyidg at the point
of death at .his home in Ohio. We
learn that .Mr. Gump had pased
away before his son Frank reached
How in the name of all that chris
tians profess to hold sacred, can
ministers of the gospel and church
members support for public office men
who are so depraved as to look for
their heartiest support from the
Jtcmcmber that a vole for the nomi
nees of the republican convention,
the straight ticket, means a settling
up of the county's affairs and an
expose of the fraud perpetrated on
the tax-payers when that funding
scheme was worked through several
Mr. V. Ih'crbower was nominated
unanimously for District Attorney of
the 5th Judicial District at the Judi
cial convention at Kearney last week.
Mr. Dierbowcr has been an effective
worker during the time that he has
filled the office, and wc consider that
the convention did a wise thing in
selecting him for another term.
A certain individual who is well
known in this county has been heard
to say that Al. Tulleys mutt be elected
county clerk again, and has made the
boast that he could" buy the votes of
the people of the entire county for
$1500. Voters, tax-payers, will you
permit this man to control your votes
with a few dollars of money ? We
opine not. Then go to the polls and
say by your votes that Joint P. Ihtyha
mud be elected.
Mr. M. Wilson of Cloverton an
nounces himself in the Chief this
week as candidate for representative.
Mr. Wilson is an old newspaper man.
and a good man for the place, conse
quently would receive our hearty
support, were he the nominee of the
republican party. As it is, wc, of
course cannot give him bur support,
especially since wc have so good a
man on the regular ticket as C. W.
Tax payers of Webster county, con
sider well before casting your votes
next Tuesday. If you desire a long
list of delinquent taxes; if it is to the
welfare of tho county to permit parties
to remove from the county with sev
eral hundred dollars of unpaid taxes
standing against them then vote for
Jones the present incumbent. But if
you desire honesty and square dealing,
promptness and efficiency in office,
then vote for Buschow, and the whole
The law required that the Co. Clerk
shall in tho discharge of his official
duties receive certain specified icps.
That these fees be charged is obliga
tory and not discretionary. The law
also requires that he keep an exact
record of theees of his office and that
he pay to the Co. Treasurer all k-os
in excess of $1,500 per' year. Every
time the clerk performs duties 'gratis
he defrauds the tax-payers out of that
sum. Citizens of Webster county how
often has the present incumbent de
frauded you? Think of this next
Tuesday and vote for Honesty and
Temperance men ! Will jou sup
port for office men who have their
headquarters at a saloon in Itcd
Cloud, and who have enlisted in their
behalf the whisky clement and em
ployed the drunken bummers to .work
for their unholy cause? J. A. Tulleys
and his clan have done this. If you
profess to be temperance men, minis
ters of the gospel and christians, then
vote and work for John P. Bayha for
clerk. He would-scorn to use a dollar
illegally or to deal out one single
drink of whisky to his fellow man even
though he knew it would secure his
I understand5 that the report is
being circulated that I burned the
I Democratic party in effigy last fall.
That I used a coffin box for that pur
pose. I deny the charge and will
After a public meeting at ths court
houso the evening of OcL Hth, at
which Mr. Davis and myself were the
speakers, a bonfire was kindled in
celebration of the Ohio and! Tudiana
election. Certain parties procured a
coffin-box and carried it to the fire,
one of the principals in the transac
tion' and who assisted in bearing the
box, was the man now opposing me as
an independent candidate, and I chal
lenge him or any other man to deny
that such are the factsi $ make this
Statement in.the hope that hereafter
my opponent may be made to- assume
his own responsibilities, and that no
one will seek to make me responsible
for his acts. Edwtn C.-Hattlev.
(Vote ftr mint for rontity Swpnn
fftt?enl tlmt you know h qunlUtei! to
jfill the portion cretlttaMr. C. W.
ftprinjt-er w the man for the iJnce vote
Mr. O. Tt. I)owii, a ftunutr of Wa'
ntit Creek orccinrt mik! am nL! s.ulnr
of the rcHHity, announces lii name a-
a candidate for county derk tht
week. Mr. Dowm t. ill no doubt ihH
a respectable vote, espociaHy in his
En. Chief. I wish to ak a fw
question sboot our taxes. I find on
the a'l-essinent roll of Ketl Cloud pre
cinct a number of steers aeesed at
SJOOO.GU. 'Htese cattle wen? in tho
hands of Win. X. Ittchardson when
assessed but were assessed a the prop
erty of other parties, Xow Mr.
Joucd itnforms us that this tax is un
coliectable. Why Is thi., c:ui the peo
ple of the county, generally, avoid the
payment of their utxes or is it the
favored few. Does the fact of Mr.
LichartL-ou being a partner of
our county clerk invalidate those
taxes ? X.
In connection with Treasurer Jones'
independent candidacy for re-election
we have this to say.
In Man h 1879 it was provided by
statute that ''a county Treasurer shall
be ineligible to office for more than
two consecutive terms." (Laws of '79,
Sec. 10 page IMS.) This law took
effect Sept. 1st 1S79, Mr. Jones was in
office at that time and finished a term
in office after the passage of that law,
and after it had taken effect. He is
now holding another term which will
end next January.
Xow as Mr. Jones finished a term
after the '79 law went into effect trie
law will regard it as a full term and
not as part of a term and such wc
understand is the opinion of the at
torney general of this state, conse
quently Mr. Jones having held under
the law two consecutive terms he is
ineligible to a third. While we are
opposed to Mr. Jonas' independent
candidacy upon good principles, what
we have said is not intended as a per
sonal drive at that gentleman but to
bring before the minds of the people
the fact that they should not throw
away their votes by casting them for
a candidate who cannot serve, under
the law, if elected.
If Mr. Jonc3 is elected Treasurer,
the only way to settle the matter is by
the courts. This will involve the
county in an expensive litigation, can
we afford it ?
Judge Weaver has already said that
should such a case come before him
he should hold the incumbent inel
igible In case of his election his bond will
be given as treasurer and not as an
individual, and if he is declared by the
courts ineligible his bondsmen can not
be held as sutitics. It having been
,-0 decided we understand bv the su
preme court of this slate. Again, if
actions are commenced, and we can
foresee very well how and why they
will lie, the county will be compelled to
defend them for tho county's protec
tion. Cast your votes for the regular
nominee thus settling these matters at
once without expense, and to the peo
Tho old shell-bark democrat who
published a democratic newspaper in
Iowa a few years ago, and who came
to this county three years ago to -publish
a republican (?) paper in the in
terest of a court house ring, for $500,
refuses to support the republican
ticket which was nominated at the
county convention. Mr. Kenncy was
heard to say on the street that he
would support a part of the indepen
dent candidates in prcferancc to the
regular nominees. A nice republi
can, he is. Nothing better, however,
could be expected of a man who' has
tagged at the coat tails of John P.
Irish in tlte slums of Iowa democracy
for twenty years and only turned to
be a republican, and a tool, when he
saw ;j-5Q0 in it.
The actual and necessary expense
for the administration of our county
affairs are less proportionally than any
other county in the state. Why then
are county warrants so depreciated
and the county so irretrievably in
debt ? Is it by the malfeasance of
our county officials. The present in
cumbent in the treasury department
has allowed huudreds of citizens to
remove from the countv with a long
list of unpaid taxes standing against
them, without the IcastNclTort on his
part to collect the same.
Mr. Zeiss removed to this county in
1S73, and died Jan. 1st, 1SS0; leaving
behind him the following list of delin
quent taxes for his administrator to
Tax for 1S74 $13.60 paid Jan. 14 ISS0.
" 1S75 19.31, " '
" " 1S76 16.4- " " "
" " 1S77 50.10, " " "
4' " 187S 33.70, " " "
" " 1S79 140.20, paid Dec. 27 1SS0.
Is this a- proper administration of
county a flairs ? Does not the law re
quire that he shall on the 1st of Xov.
of each year proceed to collect by
levy and sale all delinquent taxes?
A certain firm began business in Red
Cloud in 1S78 and closed out their
business during the present year.
During; all this time they never paid-
one cent of taxes. There is now
standing against then on the delin
quent tax list nearly $300.0&. The
count treasurer permitted them to
close outr their business without any
effort to secure said taxes.
These arebut a few instances out of
the long list that can be brought
against him, and yet this man has the
brazen effrontery to bolt a-Republican
convention and ask the' intelligent
voters-of Webster county to- permit
him, to mtsmanage-their busineS3 for
anotherternvof two vearsiv '
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Mr. Wjii. X. Kfcksmtoft. tumbt?r ef
the firm of i:ichanlon St Tllijr. nl
bond center of thu im3p!ttd4nt mK
tnoit., and hi.: co-laWcr, Sil Hopper,
Use the argument that wkHe Mr. Bay
ha is honor and qualified ftr the jo
m lion of county clerk; tht h U em
ployed by Snmttol GrlHr and work
for his interest. If Mr. lUiymt workf
for the interest of his employer now
will he not wcth for the tntrtst of
Webster county if employed by that
corporation. Think of thL.
Dcu. The prospect for chonp corn
for the up town editor's hoga atKl tb
down town hog's editor.
Brioht The prospect; for the elec
tion of Jno. P. Bayha by a larg ma
V J. " Ai
Certain sound' dreadful or gloriott
aredisturiing the public mind. Tliun
ders may rattle and lightning- fUsh,
but all well meaning and honest men
must fchriuk and turn their course
sooner or later from the blinding light
that is now being, and has been un
folded to the public gaze ut the last
few weeks. Burning ngei anil ever
verying seasons of sunshine or howl
ing storms, thoughts of silence seemed
ended only in mysterious conjectures.
Our memory is not delighted by re
ferring to the corrupt pages of history,
which are being written in our county
polities, by men, too, who have claim
ed to be the beacon light of political
fame. Never, perhaps, in the most
corrupt history of tho politics in
McCoopen county Illinois, Sioux and
Lyons counties, Iowa, when the peo
ple of those counties had to repudiate
their own acts, or rather the acts of
other men, in whom they put large
trust. Those local and self designing
positions in those counties, to carry
out their damageing results, did not
excel what seems to be doing in this
county, by men who are heading and
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November, for its election
ters of Webster county. Are
merchandise? Are you upon
market to be bought and sold as
shipper sells his stock ? Or are you
noble and true men, believing that
without the aid of ttio shipper's
money, (who is warning the people
of it and is offering to hot it:) that
each of you, within yourselves, hold
sacred the greatest privilege,
highet blessing known to human law,!
the right of free manhood, tin.
to go to the ballot box and assert your
freedom by voting without fear or
favor from any man. While it is not
our. intention to injure or hurt the
person of any man, we believe that it
is the duty of every good citizen of
this county to protect it. In protect
ing the county we protect ourselves,
and as we do not wish to injure any
one in person, yet we have good rea
son to know and believe that one of
the candidates who will ask your votes
as independent, hits money now
staked as a bet in quite a large sum on
his own election.
Nor ts this all to be told in this cor
rupt and independent move by its
aspirants and it backers. This same
shipper referred to, time and again,
in public stores and on the streets of
Ked Cloud has offered to bet five hun
dred and even two thousand dollars
that Mr. Dayha and others of the con
vention nominees would bo defeated
at the poll4. He has asserted that he
could take one thousand dollars and
defeat him, (Bayha) and then make
a thousand dollars. Ho has further
asserted in public that "Bayha and
Buschow i im be beaten, it w:is actu
ally a case of ncccjiil'j and mast be
And yet half is not being said con
cerning this corrupt and dishonorable
move for the independents to be elec
ted at the. polls within a few days.
And for the protection of their's and
Voters of Webster county,
what do all those assertiona
mean ? Analyze and solve the prob
lem as best you can, but in the name
of protection analyze it quickly, do it
before the eighth "of November. Doe?
any canded man believe for a moment
that it is an actual necessity for the
people of Webster county that Mr.
Tulleys and Jones sltouM and mt4t be
elected over men of such excellent
qualifications and characters as that
of Mr. Bayha and Buschow. Voters,
it cannot be true. It may be an
actual necessity to certain indepen
dents and their bosom friends for their
own protection, that Mr. Bayha and
Buschow should and must be defeated
and Mr. Tulleys and Jones elected. If
that be true are we not dutv bound as i
a county to protect the masses and j
not the few ? who are so willing to bet
and spend money for their "necessity"
as they call it. Could you who have tilled
the soil and borne the hardships of all
those past yeara realize that men
whom you have respected, are fast
turning you into a gambling pooL
We know for once and all time vox
would assert your rights and forever
stay the hand of political corruption.
As to ourselves, before wc would sub
mit to be the prey of corrupt and design
ing men, we would-rather go to-the far
off sunset beyond the sound of human
voice, where the emblem' of freedom
wa3 never unfurled to the breeze; and
the ballot box known only as the God
of nature implanted it in. the instinct
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mke final proof in nrrt -f 1 rllw. and
ure flnal cntrr thrreof btfvr Jrtir A. Tul-
ejt, clrk of IiiU. rort of Wbrr rountjr
b .at hl re In Itr.1 Clu.l. Neb . n I'd
tlajr. Novc&brr lllh. !.!, rlt.
HM ". 3TT2forthenw', r p. 2 lawn t nerh
ranre 10 '. He lunti the f llta wtt
Iiruri to nve ho contmu.iu fvirn nin
an'l cultlratUn of atil land rlt- JWw ltiltn
APrn Skt. Ilanto Arttltik.. Alex Jaiar.
.ll nt Rlut llill .
octtin-r . U'.SiVirZBIt. UrrHtrr
County C-mrt. I
Wckilrr Ctuntr. ? ebrailta. I
In tht- matter of tL- (tain af
IlcnryS. Klr. tlTTrl.
Nwtlfo ! krrliy ciron that I Sotr artn.ln
t-l in I rt j,prt ttn lt lr of April A. l.
i tUim ciint th w ut. aii riitr. f
aM ette will taVo 0'itiea ami irrt their
eMm. ,., th tvun'y tonrt f aai.tMunt
I r Kef rai I April l. lSi nJ ill claimt
1".;. lor tar r-firlh anil lpcnnriiiax
. IM at mat time prcjntcl ill l far
liarrt!. I havr apintc4 Ann .N. Rrckrr
n'mtBMfrj! jr if .Till rtt.
In witMs whrrf I ! he'cunl rt my
harxl an 1 the .-ra! Bfmi't CrC al IUI CIuJ.
in r Ufiar ot otor ii
Joir It. Witcox. Ouiity Jalc.
In the mntter of the bt Will and
Ti.tmet of Annie 1". lVstcr.
Aplieation havtu:r 1-eti miuU bv
Daniel K. Dexter exivulor, that u
Will be duly admittM to Prolmtf.
Notice, i- hereby given that 1 him
set apart and fixed the fiit iUv of
December 1SS1, at one o'clock p. in..
I for the Iicuriil" of K.-iiil Himliriilinti
. it .. i :...,: :,i 'i ...-..
i tail irn r! rut rLiiH t.v i i i w am iamz inat
appear on said day if tmy en
In wit n- whereof I bare hereunto
sot my hand and affixed the ( of
the Countv Court at Kcil (lowi, Oct.,
21st 18SL Jon.t IL WiL.i3t.
12.W-3 County Judge.
U.S. LAND OFKTE.
15s.ooxi..roN, Nkik October Jo, J.ssj.
C'omplnint hnrittjf ln entered at
this Ulliee by Nil .1. JoitMm, auitipt
Kmenoii F. Tuvlor, for !miii- .in
his HnmeMend Kntry No. 6-U!7. d.iNd
Mirch 4th. 1X79. upon tht outhet
tioM 'II tiiWI-hllt 'A luirili rma I -'
wet, in Wefater County Ni.raki.
with a invr to the cancuibttioii of :ul
entry: the aid parlte mm hereS. Mm
moned to appear xt vliU Otnry (In the
Jji. day of November. IS8I, at U)
o.clock a. m., to reKpHil ami furni-h
totimony cotieeruing hamI nllr;t
S. W. SwiTZnit, II. W. MOXTOOMKRV,
Money To Loan
On Ileal Etatc, in Wcfistcr and ad
joining counties at the vrrv bct rate..
It will pay every farmer who thinks ot
borrowing money, to set me before
making arrangements with any other
No expenee to the borrower no
tedious delay no dealing with eaMtern
parties no application fee, bomtf or
commission no fee for maktnc or
recording papers or taking acknowl
edgements no advance or semi-annual
interest, and no interest until
money is actually In hand.
Call upon or address
K. A. Hiurso.
3Stf Loan Broker, Blue Iliil, Xeb.
MA TfKU'S C JIAXXERS,
Shop It door w't of TVelMter VtmlT Bask.
RED CLOUD. XKRRASKA.
in the highet "ty!e of the
; COifE AND GET A CLEAN SHAVE.
A .-a: Traatr! or l!ir-ClrteI TVortt tu
1a'r,-!-i- " '?'- j I B'" -t'anStc?
(Jalh. Iww t -ri " a. rf-. J ii-c- Si-rT"t4
In ;nItH awl r&?. ' C 3 r-: Usb.
lrn-a. bio'i-'iTi' ; . V r.ex VS
nTpc)il'li i7 Jofcn C KKr"th. W I.
r A "I'l'i'tllTX 1 - &ar -t" r-s7 r
LriLu i IXjx'i xz ra . . r , t! sua
a Jt-'i !- t-rr J & " Tfe-r " syrr
09'.i Ja --? -t a h-'t' - 7 .k ti
cue irr'T n'-. wr" r-rri uli tms.
Scud ic. . J . o- ! r X ' OotSt.
It ii tK reallT. cfSO reara rsjrrfrrrtr toi
awt a cee saacrg-atJav tntbrrr, a c&si
are. ItqTiriiU fts mrcT.ss4ie-
iw in wiMU .cim inn ff rt&cvnp.
u. i-ier. Mtmn. -. ai--. -
. . . . -Z2 1&.
kept lrrBmlxrrcrer Zfcxry VHFrS
r. J ' i . .- r ...
bert. A sal
i n. uaavs WH iaK
XU?afo"ECQjnerBroe. Cavfar namtimtr
is at i i !)?
t t ! ;
A!.. 'Z i: . N! c 1
' - ',
Mother's old Sund.
Red Cloud, IMcbraslsa.
yard swrrnoKii vrnNKm v k.-mitii iior. jm.t ?
Kt1 dnHmr.V? nntmml mtin;X 4 I nnAr IjmS
i . um, tu,f
i i.U- I'.l
t . .
i .f-iOf HI "rt
i i i i
.! --..- -
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GO TO W.
! j -
bTAPLE & rANCY GRHCFRIf-'
-TBBACOD & MARS.
IN' TUUN Al
Choice Nuts. Fruits. &. Confections.
5JrKrh lruit ami Vi-viJ' N-" I
MARSi-r ir.-w Them
COMIC! COM" 10! COMI
. . , . 1
ji:.nnr.urr, i: yon
tj'JL I UHHL
RED CLOUD. -
-d ccerdt&2 to AV V Coccrtaa. u.
fi a 5.
5 5. p
g 7 c X
I MA tcnarifc t
30f& F-ar A ,fcv 17 Vi ' A
. m. i m w ar-'-i m -1 i -c m- - ra. - - ' ' m m .. j i j a m w aaar1 -
Red C 1 md, -u.iv
r..-. u. ?
C. Itt!?t0 t!- :.
oc. rivr.i-io, i rcmriCiO!
i.- i i j i i - ru .
- '-' --
Kl I t (it ! J j;
of Dry Goods3
358U 1 Vq
sr JTTUby rente a i
Jeweler Red ,CI?iin
ri n u
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