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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1882)
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Fll plowia hM been conncBc
OM "Sol." it oq h'n MtMion towrd
Our Inrabr dAlri are njyig
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Ik to Mine
r fire brcaki.
wke it tafficient."
uore am j UN jiitdived to day
UrRc invoice of clocks, Xcwcit etylca
out. Call n4see.
WmC., Ifftrrift, erjwluttcof the
CoMervfttory of music at SUunttmr
V., o4 Imvinf atttdied at Snrittr Col
lege, Northampton, Mam., wiii gire lea
OM lB-vecal and instrumental!
onpicno and orcan. Tcrraa
known on aMMioatioa toEev.J K.
Before you buy your ckHkirt, Boots
and shoes, please call and sceny )wm
and get prices. J. O; Potter.
Nearly all the precious gems to lie
teen at Gore's jewelry stores
Canned goods for safe cheap, at
Headntartenr for nice hats and bon
nets at Mrs. McBride's. -
Gilt Ewi Bltte ox lot, at
Go to Miner Bros, for Prints of al
A new lot of watches especially
adapted for railroad uo, ako new
Ktyles of gold cascf atGore'a.
eeu strut Shoot.
A splendid line of boots and shoes
can now bo seen at J. G. Potter's.
C. Putnam will deliver fresh bread to
all parts of the city.
Minnesota Be3t flour, Hungarian
Process, for sale at Putxam'h
A. S. Marsh has just returned from
the east with a very fino Btock of new
The boxes in front of Mnmh's store
are a nuisance to papers by, but when
one sees the piles of gouds that came
out of them, it is no more a marvel.
The people don't care for the boxea, it
is the goods they want.
If you need a good boot or shoo go
tO'PcrkinsA; Mitchell's, they have just
received a new lot and selling very low
Bcmcmber that E. Young delivers
bread for C. E. Putnam.
Boxes, Boxes, Boxes, Boxes, Boxes,
empty boxes at Marsh's.-
A largo assortment of fichus and
tics at the leading millinery store one
door north of the hank.
Buy the Chicago Cottage organ of
Perkins & Mitchell, one of the sweetest
toned organs mode, and sold at very
low figures. Call and sec samples..
We have received the agency for a
full line of organs and pianos, includ
ine -tho Stciuway, Cliickering and
Xnabc. Spanoglu &. Funk.
Boby has the boss apples in town
only 40 cents per peck.
To the farmers and pcoplo of WcIk
atcr county. I am awaro of this fact,
thaitl am dependent on you for the
support or myself and family, and for
this reason I keep for sale harness,
collars, whiitf, Uy-nets and evervthinc
is the harness line which I will sell at
living pvik. O. G. Bobekts.
Now millinery and fancy goods just
received at Miss Halo's, one door south
of Mitchell & Morhart's.
Denver and New Orleans coal, the
boil in the world, for sale by Jones &
Hagee's lumber company, Bed Cloud.
Go to Jones k. Magee's Lumber Com
pany for your lumber and coal. They
are sole agents for Denver and New
Orleans coal, in Nebraska. tf.
C.X. Putnam sell the Minneapolis
If you want a goodliarness to carry
you through this world easy, leave
your order with Roberta aud in this
way save money.
8panogle 4b Funk are agents for the
Halliday wind mills give them a call.
s Lyde Hale has the acency for
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Fine Saginaw salt, $2,00 per barrel at
For a superior quality of bread, go
to the oakery of C. E. Putnam
Putnam delivers bread to all. parts
of the city.
The B.X.H R., known as the
"Burlington Boute" offers special ad
Tantagee to travelers. See thier
adrorttsomeut iu this paper.
A fWH line of spring wagona ad
Improvements are still going on in
the' vicinity of the depot .
The W. C. T. U., will meet at Mrs.
Warren's on Thursday next, at Jr. m.
The recent heavy rain will add ma
terially to the condition of things gene
rally. W. E. Thome, of Wells, aold to W.
N. Bichardson hut week, number of
The board of county commissioners
were in session a couple of days this
Z. 0. Draper and L. M. Older, of the
B.M., called and said "howdy" last
The cemetery grounds should be
cleaned up, and a fire break surround
ingit. We would like to hear from the far
mer who ruined his com this year by
too much cultivating.
Dave Kaloy returned from the hog
market Chicagolast week greatly
pleased with the trip!
"Yim" Laird formerly of "Yuniata,"
got there on first ballot, for congress
man of the second district.
Geo. Van Wocrt, of Guide Bock,
pulled our latch string last Saturday,
and chatted awhile with us.
0. B. Downs, is doing Kansas con
siderably of late; he has several con
tracts for putting down wells.
Mr. Geo. Laverty, of Louisville, this
state, is visiting in town, aud is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thomas.
A party consisting of fourteen fami
lies, from Iowa, are expectod here
soon, and will settle on Walnut Creek.
C. W. Kaloy and wife, returned from
Denver and tho west, last Thursday,
and report having had a splendid
B. B. Sherer, the City drug Btore
man is selling off at cost, everything
in his line, he says it is getting too
"Do fish perspire?" is a question
now agitating scientist. They make a
man sweat who tries to catch them
The average lifo of a locomotive is
only thirty years; but the average life
of the driver is sixty. The engineer
Clean up your yards and back alloys
before tho fall rains set in. It is es
sential in order to preserve the health
of our village.
Seo Marsh's new ad. He offers big
inducements to all. Gentlemanly
clerks, good goods and low priced, are
Waxted. Five hundred families to
settle in Webster county, and convert
her lands and nutritious grassea into
paying dairy farms.
Dr. Sherer is putt ing up a now corn
crib on his premises in the rear of
Marsh's store. John Kellogg is doing
tho carpenter work.
A'gMtlMMfewkk luafcwily, fn KOBE BAXK EXCHANOES.
Idaho, and on h rturn to the India
nktmn. tMed throaeh town SuntLirV1"- - oa" 07 Timi axo
ti-fied that Idaho is a fraud, and V " - TO Hoarta, ooju: a
not fit for a white man to live in.
The western cattle transit over the
nana oa one "' jporwwne, laying
txtr tn Tt04ftZA iwV isJ.t im. (Via
.rfT-l firtJio i2oto 3,000 had passed wkkia
Out here in Nebraska a man is con
sidered nobody until he has "killed hu
man." Tiiat is where tlie young phy
sician has the advantage over the
average man by "following the star of
G. W. Hummel left at our office hut
Saturday, a sample of Sergo moUiwcs,
manufactured at his factory on the
south side. He is kept busy all the
time, and is making a good quality of
During last month the Curer office
sent through the post office, 530 pounds
of paper, while the Argus office sent
nearly as much; 521 pounds, the two
mailing over a lialf ton of papers dur
ing the month.
W. B. Hargreavcs, Lincoln, Samuel
Lcdennan, St. Joe, 8. C. Sample,
Omaha, H. Christie, Lincoln, John E.
Owens, Brooklyn, N. Y. and August
Meyer, Omaha, tarried iu town Satur.
day night last.
A Frenchman residing in the coun
try, came to town the other day feel
ing somewhat ill, complained to one
of our physicians that he had a pain
in his portmanteau, by which he
meant his chest.
Show us the man who says it never
rains in the Republican valley, and we
will show him that God answers the
prayer of the plow, with the patter of
rain drops, and that tho desert has
A gentleman from Denver last week,
purchased of ex-governor Garber, two
lots in tho southern part of town, and
will commence the erection of a car
penter shop upon one of them. One,
by one they come.
Wanted. Parties with capital to
settle in Bed Cloud, and take advant
age of the natural facilities, and utilize
the -waters of the Republican into turn
ing iho machinery for immense paper
and woolen factories.
Beef is still so high that it is prob
able that tho fashiouable fall bonnets
worn by the ladies of Bed Cloud, will
consist of a porter-house steak trim
med with a bunch of artificial roses
and a fow yards of ribbons.
The Marquis of Lome informs the
state department that ho intends to
pass through the United states next
month, via the B. & M. and Denver.
Now, then, let's ropo everything down
and be in readiness for the ovent.
E. Steinau, formerly county financer
of Adams county, is in town this week
assisting county treasurer Bushow, in
preparing his report for settlement with
the county commissioners. We have
kuowu him for several years, aud
know him to be a correct accountant.
Wo have been asked by several if we
see any sigus of a hard winter. We
have no time to look after such mat
ters, but are informed that several
English lecturers threaten to visit this
country, and if euch bo the case, lookout
C. Smith of Smith Bro.'s Lftk.
J 0jLitttTjffice an d loft iv,- Axt
for the following announcement.
Owing to the continaed ilincas of hk
brother and partner, in the National
bank of Beatrice, requiring much of
hk time there, and the dou)4 of his
speedy recovery, Mr. Smith conclud
ed to sell out his basinets here, as the
first care of both banks was too Much
for any one man. Their successors
here will be
MOSIIEft, 34O0BE A OCTC1LT,
M oher and also Outcalt are of the
firm of Marsh Bro.'s, Mother k. Co.,
bankers of Lincoln.
B. 8. Moore seems not to be entirely
unknown in thee parts, having placed
numerous loans on real eaUte in thi n
vicinity. We are informed by Mr.
Smith as we understood him that he
regards the new house as ja no way in
ferior to the old, and that Red Cloud's
business iniereats will not at all suffer
by this transaction. Mr. Smith, as
yet,ba only disposed of his interest here
connected with the bank, but contem
plates the sale of all his property, em
bracing his newly built, and beautiful
resideucc. We cannot restrain our
regrets of Mr. Smith's departure from
us, but feel that Providence doth things
well for alL
Is the the district cAcf the ilfth
India! rfi'trirt. of NeKaska. held In
and for WeMer county,
To KU Mitrbrll no r-fIfli d
fcmdant you arc ht-rcby nokfw! ih&X on
theSih dsy of ctyftntxr. 12. La&v
elto Mtu belt filM h; petition AitwJ
you, in the dUtrici court of ul coun
ty, the object And prayer of which arc
to obtain a divorce "frora yoa on the
ground that you have wilfully alutd
oned the plaintiff without good caue,
for the period of two rears past, aUo
for the custody of Elmer Mitchell.
Albert F. Mitchell and Chailea E.
Mitchell. Minor children.
a You arc required to answer said pe
tition on or before Monday, the 6th
day of NovemW, 1SS2.
By Kaley Bra's Plaintiffs Auy.
For the Queen City ladies and child
ren' tkirt and stocking iinpt-nder.
inquire oi rs. u. w. fceeiy, agent.
Bed Cloud, Neb. fVpt. I Jth, &$i 6-4.
Choice Hams 10 cents per pound a
. .So-oontbor thai the cheapest k not
1-MilMtt bttt the best is always the
netware ouy your namees ot
liriof protts is all I ask or
k ade of Mia
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A big cattle man from the west fed
700 head of cattle here last Saturday.
They were re-loaded Sunday aud went
flying toward Chicago.
Mr. C. W. Springer, doffed his bea
ver to us last Sunday, and departed for
Biverton, where ho will take charge of
the schools at that place.
"Dick" Story, well and favorably
known in these "diggins," came down
from Denver last week to visit friends.
We acknowledge a pleasant call.
We are sorry to chronicle the 6nd
event that Bro. Watkins of the Blue
Hill Times, last week, in attempting
to bow to three girls at once, broko
The ladies aid society will mcot at
the residence of Mrs. S. L. West, Fri
day afternoon, Oct., Cth. All the
members are especially requested to
The woman suffrage association, will
meet at the residence . of Mrs. M. L.
Ballard, on Friday afternoon, Oct, 13.
All persons interested in the cause are
incited to attend. " .. '"
Mr. Gage's family we Team, are visit
ing m Council Blurts, while he trans
acts some business at Republican City,
aW whkke expeets to join them at
their resting place. -
An inquiring subscriber who intends
engaging in raising garden "truck" the
coming season, asks us tho easiest way
to make a hot-house. We hasten to
reply by saying just leave a box of
matches where the baby can play with funded.
To the young American girls we, 5olts
The Bev. Geo. O. Ycieer. will preach
next Sabbath, morning and evening at
the Congregational church.
The first quarterly meeting of the
year will bo held at iho M. E. church
next Saturday and Sunday. Oct., 7 and
8th. The presiding Elder.C. L. Brock
way, will le present.
W. X. Bicharbson's book-keeper,
Mr. B. Holcomb, is our voucher for
the truthfulness that one Mr. Sander
son, formerly on B. K. Sherer's farm,
in twenty-one days cut and put up 240
tons of hay; 180 tons delivered in
yard, and ballancc in the barn, one
ami three-fourths miles distant from
the field, and all was in splendid order
and won the perfect satisfaction of Mr.
B. Sandcrson'Bufo" pays is a wor
ker. Mr. Gage, of tho eating house, has
transferred his proprietorship of said
house to Mr. Joseph Swan, who also
engineers the eating house at Lincoln.
Ho is making extensive and various
changes about tho house, and will
soon have it supplied with water by
pipes running from the big new tank
at the round-honse.
Lightning seems to havo frequent
occasion to manifest its powers in this
vicinity of lato. Monday of this week,
it darted its firy tongue into a largo
stack of hay on tho Codman & Pres
cott sheep ranch east of town, and
kindled a firo big enough to burn fiftv
tons of hay. Wo hear that on the
same day tho wire was melted on one
of the telephones at the depot.
Under article 5, section 22,of tho re
vised "Statoots" of "A Bachelor's Life
in Uncle Sam's Service," tho gentle
man who wont as far east as Crete Sat
urday and returned Tuesday. lm sub
jected himself to a sevorc ncnnltv.
Iho cigars arc simply an inducement
to "hush" but where the order makes,
and provides, that they shall bo under
any and nil circumstances obeved in
order to make a long story short. it
rests with tho opposite gender.
Mr. J. W. McLaren, of Blue Hill
address and Negunda precinct, has
been constituted our agent for the sale
of farm rights to use thoGirard, or one
wire fence, in the precincts of Blue
Hill and Negunda. Mr. M., has test
ed this fence to his entire satisfaction
lor uie last eight montlis, on tho volun
SELLING Jones & MageeLumbe
THAT CANT BE
300 Sheep For Sale.
Guide Bock, Xeb
1 grade merino twN, by Cod
Prcscott. Apply to B. B. Eaton
Pinal Proof Motions.
Lm4 OS t BlovMlattoa X.k. $. It. IMS
Kotic U kvreb fivva tfcal tk foUeviM
aai wUr kM tJ otle of kU IttteUo to
auk lul rroof ! ttPrt of kit eltla, 4
Newt lal rmiry tkrmtf kfor eivrfc f thr
roart la Wkur oosatr al kU 4m la R4
CloaS 'k.. oa HataHar. Oct. lilk. 1C fit.
. &aial W. Ilatl.
M'd atry ??. 41(7 far tka ( aae. It. Uwa 5
aorta raf 10 a-aat. Ha aajaea Ua foil. wise
wttaaaa to prora kU eoaUaaaM ratklanca aa -oa,
aaJ calUratloa of rIi IbJ rtt: a0ltia
BVa. Marmai C. Jsekkoa. IUbrt Acaawoa.
a4 Daaial K. Sckaa-k.all of IUJ do I. Nab.
S-4 8. W.8WITZLK. Raciur.
Laai ! at Bloolatan: Xab. Sapt, IS C
Nolle it hrtr tla that lha folJoaitir
aaaird tettltr hu filaiaoUca of hit tolaalSoa t
atakAlnal proof in rapport of bi elaiai aai
tkal aaid proof will ba aia4a kefr Clm of tba
Ditrict Court WetMter eoantr at Iti CImd
.-eo. aa sa.ara
lr Ort. . 1. lj.
Williara li. Perry.
lid Btar 4IKV for the ri er Inarn 4- ...
llwwt. IIBMM tke fnltowio wiloaatM to
prora hueootlouoa rcnititeca apaa. and cut
tlTioaofiaiaian.lTix: Chmtlt .V. tJurnar.
Wil iaai HoUworih:ltaary MaararaaiJoka .Mc
Qailkra. all of K1 Ciad.
Laal Offlco at Bloomlnrton Nab Sapt. 4, lC.
Notice ll hrrabr rlranthKt Htn fanin.
named ettlar bM flla-l notiea or bit ir.ietttioa
tp make Anal prof in tupport ot hit elalta. aad
Ibat aid proof will a raala bfore Clerk of
T I !, 4AU.a .a l - t ft . a i a
n. . .S.?"."1 neu vioua .ico., ob iataaajr
Oe 10. 1M2. Tii:
., ., Joha A. Kaiek.
U'd 5a 32U for tba ! cS4. !wb2 nortk
rsac 10. wajt. Ho aamea tba follrtwina wit-
to prorebUeoBtinaoa roaidane apoa.
aad ealtivatioa of raid Uad.ric jrn4a C.
Jaekaoa. Ueorva W. lull. Caarlaa lUaaar
AdamMaladca.all or Ambor. 5ab. '
5-Jt B-W.SIIZKR. RecifUf.
Laad OSca at Bloomisctoa Nob. Sept. 4Ut 18R2.
Notice it hereby firen that tba fbllowiar
Baaed aettUr baa Sled antice or kla inteatloa
tp aake laal proof in aapport of kit data, aad
tkat aaid proof wilt be aada before 'Tlerk of
IM.triot Court Wabiler Ceastr SK b 6a4ar
dyOct,7th. 12. Tit:
. t'fMBe F. Taanaal.
H'd nUrNo.ttKt.rortke J.Jtac . towa 2b
raaca llw. Ua aaae the fniloviec witaataaa
to proT hi coatioaoai retidanea npon atd
ruIUvatioa of aaid land. Tit: Henry J. Maarar
ard L Tiaker, allof RadClood, JVebratka.
55t 8. W. SWITZKK. RagUUt.
TO CLOSE THE
Oppo.iiie Chicago Lumber Yard. S
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
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UTMBIB, LATH. $sftX0Ut A4llI. VCQK fctmM t
red cloud - Nebraska;
Xr LVMBEM A PlCtALTY. THC fcfcfT I.X THC HAKKVT ASD
mu at TMr lo wurr r rick
JONES & MACKB-
Go To W. B. PvOBY'S
staple Fancy Groceries,
TOBACCO a CI6AHS
IX TOWN, AL0
Choice Nuts. Fruits & Confections.
Frft) Fntrli aaal VSUbk id rm CWmlM
Singer Sewing Machine
SOLD in -
Ja s. HOImI,
Red Cloud, - jSTobraslta.
THE I1EST MACIUNi: IS I -K,
All kind of Kcnain on hand OOMK M n 1 Ml
Laad OSle at Dlooaianoa. Hb. Sept. 6. 1Q.
Notiea U kerabr airaa thkt lha r!tn!..
aaaad aettler baa tladnotiea or bit ialaatioa ta
make inal proof ia tapport of bit elaia. aad
tkat taid proof will be aada bafbr J. P. Bay
ka. clerk dittriet coort. at Had Cload JVebruka.
ua oiiirair wu. iiwk. Tit:
.. J'raneta M. Uapkanoar.
H'J Btry No. TWl. for the w btK aad wC aw
Xeea.lMowB laraar 12w. Ilr nam et the
followina witaeaaa to proTa bit mntinaoaa
rwidanc apon. aad eultiTatioa of aaid laad Tit:
OhTer Dowaa. Bars net How a. Naltoa Phelpa
aad JaaaaMurpkey.atlof Re-1 Cloal. Sttb.
6-5 g. W. 8WITZFR. Racirter.
A full Mipply of
AMI'S. LAMP SHADES. WICKS
ttr"ic" liri.el -oJ tHrftiVfu"y ttt4
I alto kara a fall aad eoaplela ttoek ofaeaoal
Jot. GAltHEi:. Pfvp.
all Kixn or
Hut:, :u:in k
Always c Hand
BaaaaaaaBaaaT'itt f7i'.T'vt,r IPX al TTti
a aaaaHTSjiliiayJaaawl J
aV BHaaalaluoVBa .'' .VTsi. -I vr
CASH l'AID FOK IWTCAlTI.i; HtK, Hit I Tin !!) 'A
Moshcr's old Stand - Red (iloud. Neb.
IU-1K-WV ..U "J!
book i. autioaary aad
Urv principle, i. e., ho could keep it
and pay for tho right, or he could
abandon it and hare his money re-
LaadOeeet Bloctnincton !feb. Sep. 2). 1K.
Notioe it kerebr Won that tbe followiac
Baaed aettler haa filed bo tie of bU tntentioa tu
aake flaal irnof in tantxirt nt hl rl.Im i&Im.
car final entry thereof before Clara: or tl.ort
ia Webster eoiintr Nab. at kti nffina In 'imA
Cload Nab. oa KatardayOetohor -H, IMi vlx:
.. lnok Cochrall.
H d entry No. 32.0 for n! or tec. 3 tnwa
2o ratite lOw He aaraet the followinr witsa.
t to proT bia conlinaoat reaidne apaa. aad
raltiTatioa nf aaid land. Tit: Ura ff. Ball.
FritbiaN. Ricbardon. Cbritlophar C. Cox aad
Jobs B. Wrikt. all of Bed Clond. Xeb.
B0-8. H. W.DWITZKR. Kctruter.
ofourrabscrioars residinsr in
country, are cosapJaining alxmt
oirnashsCiiraT. Wo will say
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a'--:ai-: ,f y rz?g .k.' - f-BU. . i" .
would say, those who contemplate go
ing to Europe for studying music, that
Jennie Lind says America furnishes
institutions just as good, and the
chances of getting a nice husband
From an exchange we take the fol
lowing recipio for preserving water
melons. Giro the melon three or four
coats of varnish to exclude tho air.
The lady giving it claims the fruit is
better at Christmas or New Years than
when put away. J
C. K.King, of tho Gardner. (111.,)
Times, made this office a pleasant call
last Monday morning. He came in
on the Kansas City train Soaday even
ing from Denver, where ho has been
for his health. He wants to settle iu
some Nebraska town.
Some Red Cloud parents it is said
have mated their children, a boy of
six and a girl of two, for marriage in
1S93. Tho parents appear to be very
previons. Colic, measles, croup, and
old death may havo a word to say be
fore mating time comes.
Moscna fc Denney havo removed
their office formerly over Sherwood's
building, to comfortable and cosy
quarters over Henry Cook's drag store.
They are a reliable firm aad are ad
ioittoring to thowaatsof tkoso im
ee4 of counsel and ireatssonU
- ik mam frosaoao of oar
in nig own laneuaee. be haa
effectually with fortr head of
cattle, calves, horses, mules and
. lie savs: "I nut in calve at tarn
days old that never cot out on pa n
til I took them out Jour months old;
one mule tried it for two weeks and
gave it up."
For sale at public auction, in the
rear of our warehouse, on Saturday,
Oct., 14, 1R82. one Sweep-stake Mount
ed Power and Thresher. Terms made
known on day of sale. Spanogle A
LaadOCeaat BlooaiBgton Neb. Sept. 23. IKE.
Notiea is hereby tiTen that tbe following
aaaad aettler kas Hied aotie or kit iatentioa
toaakalaal proof ia tapport ol hi elaia. aad
tkat aaid proof will ba aad actor Clerk of
Hoa ait tail aatrr No. -TTS3 fop tk a a
lMowaaraac12w. Ilaaaaaatka followiac
witaaataa t ptot kto waUaaoaa raaideaea
apaa aad calUratioa of aaid laad. Tit : Stray
Ptttevs. AJbert C. Salth. Joha ScCoy. Skk
Im Yaaa bU of walla.
S. W. BWITZIB, Rcrtar.
II E A DO UARTEltS EOll
Two Doors South of Rank,
RT5T) CLOUD. - NlUBTtAfiKA.
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ossitiaaos to iatprove as the "rift in the
cload" wrdnas from ahsorpUon. "So
farsftor sfMaaWastj aeaiiaaary. wi
there is ao qaoMioa hat that rood
outers see." iao
aoaani isaraiag to rasa, uws
the BBjaai is.adooaasi to
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Cowles, Neb. Sept, 30, 1S82.
Ed. Chief. Tho principal place of
attraction seems to be at Gilford'.
Tho enterprising firm o( Ward A
Glover arc buying considerable- grain.
School commenced at this place on
Monday, the 25th inst, with Mr. Ham
el, as teacher, and we think him an
efficient person, and hope our school
may prosper in his charge.
The hotel man, Mr. Brown, is doing
nicely; gets up a good meal for -25 eta.
This has been a lively day in Cowles,
two teams in town, one with a load
and the other for repairs.
JL J. Beardon is the boss nimrod of
this section, his latest achicveateste
were a frog hunt.
We are having lots of rain, and it
brings smiles on the farmers faces.
The Bev. Orr is keeping the pacpers
heme at the sectioa house.
Aayoao hunting old auuds might
dowocsatsiaa if they failed to visit
Mr.lWearriestho caae aad Dr.
Smith Brothers announce still an
other important reduction in rate of
interest on time loans. Straight ninr
percent annual internf. Call at the
Bank and leave your application.
Anagreablc dressing for the hair
that will stop its falling, has been long
sought for. Parkers Hair Balsam
distinguished for its purity, fully sup,
plies this want.
7 Per Cent. Money to Loon!
Moaey to prove up with on final re
ceipt, or on deeoVd land at 7 per cent.,
and 1-62 per cent, commission, or at
straight 9 par cent, no commission.
Jso. S. Wnxoox.
Office next door to Chief office. 90ft
Tho Boot Thine Owt.
The Gasoline Stove for sale by
Mitchell 4 Morhart is the best thing
for cooking aad baking in hot weather
that has ever been invested. Saves
fuel, saves time and does not heat up
the roosa. Warranted to he safe aad
absolutely noa-exalaeive. Call at
Mitchell Morhart's hardware store
and examine the stove. 47-tf
Opened His Fall Stock of Goods, Consisting of :
Dress goods and Dress Trimmings, Cloaks, Dolmans
AJSTD SHA.WLS !
Clothing, Blankets. Bed Comforts.
Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes,
ONE PRICE AJSTD JUST S LOW .S M03ST
EY CLAJS" BUY THE GOODS I
YOURS, A. S. M.
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