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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1884)
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The Red G4ud Chief
FRIDAY, JULY-1. IM?1.
Wc had oc of the severe!, dus!
storms lt Sunday that I have ever
0. W. Frances' new houo :s com
pleted. Tkir. Ttir is i.ii:i a cUtern Iuir
. Corn is glowing veiy fast. Haivest
will toon he here.
All. II. M. Slaters tools have arrived
Anyone wanting caipenter work done
will ilb well to tee liim.
Our binter town of Cowley is improv
ing. A new stoie.
Ch.uley Howe is talking of building
a new houe. IiI.uanfk.
Plenty of rain and everybody happy
. Cutting has commenced and piom
iscs a heavy yield.
Corn inodtly laid by, and is looking
The Rivertonfolks aic getting ready
for a grand celebration on the fourth
In addition to the iulcreslintr doings
and f peaking of the day, is Hunter's
circus. The greatest w under is if the
lads and lassies can live till the time
arrives and then have nerve enough to
lell to enjoy the performance.
This extreme warm weather. It
would be nioic preferable to be a min
ister's In mil book than ft. fancy team
from the livery stable on the road be
tween lied Cloud and lliyerton.
Mr. Smith, living near the narrow.-?,
lost his best horse at Jtiverton Mon
day evening. He was iick but a short
time. He was valued at $SUO.
C. Gooding, of Itiveiton, is bunildinjr
a new barn. It will cost about $1W0.
C. Martin has the contract of the car
penter work. Auxt Hop;:.
Etill the corn grows.
The prospects for crop3 cf all kinds
are good. The two last yeais have
lifted the farmers out of the tight plac
es they were in, and a great many are
able to build fine houses and barns,
and put up windmills, and by this time
next year nearly evciy quarter section
of land will have a fine dwelling. There
is no place iu the west that farmers
accumulate wealth as fast as they do
here. Some say that fruit can not be
raised here. It is a mistake. Wc can
raise all the fruit we want.. I can show
you nice fruit. Go to Mr. Williamson
and II. Crawfoid's, south-wett of Uluc
Hill lour or five miles, and tbeie you
can satisfy yourself that fruit can be
raised in Webster county. All it wants
is for the fanners to have an inteic-t
in fruit growing, and plant the fruit
snd care for it. Some of the farmers
ere complaining of their listed corn
not doing very well. Give mo the old
way, that is to plow the giouml and
plant with a planter.
Rye harvest is near at hand and will
Cowles will need one more elevator
to take care of the grain that will be
raised in that vicinity.
Wo don't deny the truth of the ad
age, that it rains alike on the jiM and
the unjust, but there seems to be a par
tiality thib summer in favor of the just,
for tiie people of Covle and vicinity
have been lavored with good, refresh
ing show ers, while some of the naughty
neighborhoods around us have had lit
tle 01 no lain.
The prospect lor abundant crops of
nil kinds is exceptionally good iu this
Fanners arc already making prepar
ations for harvesting.
II. II. Ibrubakcr and J- D. Schenck,
twoofoui enterprising young farmer-!
haejust taken from tho depot at
Cowles a v?cw twine hindci. They
both have fine crops of their own to
cut. and will doubtless have as much
cutting for others as the can do.
Mr. Tern lias just received the stone
for a large cellar.
C. W. Fuller's now building is al
Mr. (I. A. Latta's face is as broad as
a full moon ?iul irenial as a.Tune morn
ing. He looks like a candidate for of
fice but he isn't. Ten pounds ot fem
ininity accounts for it.
The Cowles .school closes this week.
Our town boasts of a new store. A
drug and hardware store combined.
Wishing all places celebrations thia
week, we cloae, Little Hatchet.
Never before perhaps in the history
of thia community were our people fcb
anguine of success m the futuic as
they have been and aie since tho sun
. shine and showers have been vouch
safed them with such steady and nev
er failing accuracy as has been experi
enced during the past few weeks.
Should the growing crops meet with no
mishaps until they shall have- been
gathered, then look out for a f-tream of
immigiation siuh as Webster county
has as yet been :i stranger to.
Many of your leaders will no doubt
be pained to learn of the very poor
health of Dr. Moranvillo. But slender
hopes were entertained at one iimc
last week of his recovery from .a severe
attack of heai t disease. He raIIiod,
however, and on Satin day. in company
with Mrs. M. and AbramGaibrr start
ed for Denver. A letter from Mrs. M.
states that he is some better, although
having suUered gieatly whilo enroule
for that place.
Many of our people will go to Eed
Cloud on tho 4'h. while not a few will
picnic in Ainsbfrgor's giovo near town.
Huntris Consolidated shows will' be
heie on :ls: 7th. Shonld the weather
be fair there will be the greatest turn
out Guide Iloek ha ever enjoyed. No
doubt the occasion will be bailed with
much delight by both old and young,
and will piovc a son tec of rel enjoy
ment and recreation.
t, Vetrod-! i::'t it hot' IIocickt.
"VW received the io:ig wanted rain
on Sunday night.
Cmpj. look wcli.
Wc hao i lJ.tnt?st mini-tT here
from Kansas, looking after the cause
of that p"rsu::.-iou.
Oicar Ilaieey lost a fine hore lat
week. " SRYi:oi'Ki:r.
We had a fine rain Sunday night,
and cousideiablc wind, which has lav
ed the corn tlat to the ground. We
havy faith that it will lecovcr.
O. G. Kobeits' hatne-sshop and Mor
hait& Fulton's hardware stoic aie
rapidly being pushed to completion.
A. lUit'er, ot this place has .sol.1, his
farm to Legrand Thome, for $301)0.
We have not learned what Mr. Butler
is going to do. We hope he will not
leave our town, as he has been a resi
dent for about ten years, and too, he
has a daughter that is ju-t "sweet six
teen" the sweet must be applied to
the sixteen, and not to the daughter.
Miss Rosa McCray has bean very ill
for the last two months. We hope she
will soon recover under the care of her
I hysician, her affectionate mother and
G. L. Mattcrson is quite sick with
measles. We hope George will rapid
ly improve, as we know he wants to
dance on July 4.
M. L. Soper of tins place has sold
out. Mr. Soper will not leave the
the country, but will move into Adams
county, on bis farm. Wc bate to give
him up, but tho best of friends have to
Imlppcniltmcc Day at Red Cloud.
The following is the program:
Assemble at the bowery adjoining
court house square at 10:30 a. m.
Music by the Red Cloud band.
Invocation by Rev. J. K. Karris.
Addicts of welcome by D. B. Span
cule, president of the day.
'Musio bv tho Blue Hill cornet band,
Heading" the Declaration of Inde
pendance by L. L. Fcllham.
Music bv the Red Cloud band.
Oration "by Hon. Thomas Appelget.
Music by the Blue Hill band.
2 p. m. Match game of base ball.
Various amusements will bo intro
duced later in the afternoon.
S:30 p, m. Magnificent pyrotech
nic display under tno direction of 1'iof
at Red Cloud mills. oOets per month for
yeai lings. 'i for two year olds, 40 for
cows, GO for colts and 75 for horses.
Salted and attended to by Marvhi Chase
at the nulls. 42-2in J. Q. Pottes.
... . ... 9
Ah ico to Mothers.
Are vmi lUiurkul at niplit and liroki'ii of yotir
reM !v !. chill smTti.u4 and coins: w.tli
.iln l tuUtuR troth. ir -o send at oiuc and
t;'t a bottle vl Mrs. WhuSo's soothing snip
lor ciilldr" l teething. Itsti'hfls ine.iltiit.tlle.
lnvill rfcllPTii the l.lllo sullirtr imiiiiiij-aly.
ivj-vi.d :aU. iimtl.en, lln-ro m no inl-tanu
a'K'itir. "I ct.n.sdw'iit:r and diarrhoea, rqc
nl.itei the sio.vaJi and uo'auN, cm c. wind colie
sr',i the jriim'j. p'dnii". liitiania'iiia.andiTt'S
tone a"d cnenry to tliu whole nVaIuiii. Mis.
W!nuijwV.oothni!;rtti' for cliililrrn t-ethlng
ti pleasant to the l..ste. aid f" the rrti!;i.u
cif oiicol thi-obR-: ::r J le fcmrJe nurnOt and
iihj el.u.a i'i tho I'nitul St:tte., and Wor s .!'
Ii all i;r'ri;iis throuiiout v.oild. I'tiee '-y
ce)its a Liittle.
PIIYSCIAN AND SUKGEOy,
TrofeKsional calls promptly attended.
Office : At residence Cowles. S-5I
17 1). GILFORD,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Motions
Grot tries, Jlonts, Shiva. &c.
COWLES - - NEBRASKA
Ca&saiifsr Grah and Ttcizzo.
r J. WARD,
Notary Public Cnwsjar;:, M Eslais 22
r IiiNiiniiicu Ai;ent.
COWLES - - NEBRASKA.
Sell Eastern and Western Coal. Also
ha? J), it 2iL Town Lots for Sale,
and Farininjr Lands.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
and Croceries, Drugs, Itardwaro and Qncai-
COWLES - - NEBRASKA,
i-clls as Low as the Lmust.
J P. KURD,
Livery, Feed, & Sale Stable
COWLES - - NEBRASKA.
Horsed and Carriages, w Kh or itiiunt Drivers,
Fiiniialied on Hlinrt Notice.
QEORGE W. 1IAGER,
rroniptly done, and All Work Warnnded.
COWLES - - NEBRASKA.
g L. GANGBIN,
COWLES - - NEBRASKA.
Sl-oeiuJ Attention Kiven to Work on Mows. Sat-
.'.factioa Glcnor Xo Pay. Thirty Yur
Q W. PULLER,
Dealer in Lumber, Lath,
cowles - - nebraska.
Will sell as Cheap as the Cheapest.
TOIfN II. BROWN,
Dealer in Flour and Feed,
COWLES - - NEBRASKA.
Ti.e rinest Brands of Flour .Sold as
.Clep.v Anywh'i. in t!to County
" Honest Tea is
mAra fz&z&ziM m hT$
i"&iz f 'bWWa Suii
pilTS mm &s I
" Groceries, Queens-ware, &c.
EEDOIOUD, - EEBBASKA
nUVALE' GHEESE FISTilY i
J, O. CHA MBERLiF, Proprietor,
Is now prepared to fill orders for
FULL CREAM OHBSSE
At prices as low as can be bought elsewhere
for the same quality of cheese.
Trial cheese sent on application. Address
all letters to.
J. O. Chaihberlin, Inavale, Neb.
F,i K- P&F&iYi&i. S.
g0 ill m Eidpiii cpbip
Dealer in fx
4c.,ic. Iciia:r.nt'aSrci-laly. AHMuko! Kuhw ft?? ti&&W. J
ilachii.e. liCi:in.; -. i?W ?
Dr J. E. PARKER
H.iMinjsuwct'dcit totlMM)t!l':inil iira?Jicf Dr. If. A Ilnhsl, s nov.- nrviwrcd 'o trri
patruns, n ln,T.,rsl.'i;i tha s'rvi'pn of "i r.irjiiil . w .i :-, .mt .l:il!ti:l d"itm t th "V
-rlt of tttflf5t-.rt3fmix - tt:c". I -'.jnot cljiiis ti3. i-,t,r!i!-, hut wiXi "..i t b;m t.i e-
I li.w nudiiifu rel itnl .u!i:. ic: n,d.fo-- nri ,f, r -ii --., 'foinOvi.Jc. Vitaltzt A5r, or
:rii.-!i!ii (Id-. lor tlwp,i,n!.-t,in 'lioticf fi-.'ii. :.'! U uij: thor.iylii'v 'i:titit.tl
I'lOjK-rtitsi'f the s;uiio. can h:i:idlc i: v.aii r,titujtv:iti.i,auii oucct.
roCEI.Ai:.' Ct'OV.';; fitted to rw!'t' en. ni-illt -rk .fnt d. omst-o'.or Pr. ?'icror'-
i'U-s i'iOK'.KLU CLOL1). Mil:.
as?:; -- p?-"- -f vl
j3 le kikm MbiMfBi
For Sale by A. A. POPE,
Red Cloud. See him before you order and
S. W. SEBLY,
Also, Aj-'ut for Illustrated iannly Diblcs, Un
r2 ailed Atlas of the.orld, and Dr. Clmso's
AND ' '
Second Receipt Book I
U-orly Opposite First National Bank, and etiu
door norlh of A. Cuok'o Hoot and blioo store.
the Best Policy."
StiSsta &&? fS?
Dr- J". S. EMIGH.
RED CLCUt, - HSDRASXA.
Fine Ofjice Work a Specialty.
Laiirhin;; (i: al..v-..n hand, (hllce oor tlw Kud
CUu 1 X .lioaat 1'a.if
formerly of rhiLtdeljihia ami Hnsdford. IM.
Geo. O. Yttxjr. . W. Call. IL D. Yclscr.
I! 0. Jm S So.,
. HED CLOUD, NEB.
SevcRal Hundred Farms
For Sale. I:npro-d ar.d Uniimaoed. Tovn
Frt'iH-itv Uualuja K.i&5. lCLsidonces and
U "t lot s. St'wl for 1'iKc ltt.
WiU too run off at PRICES LOWER THAN
JEVER OFFERED BEFORE
in the city.
Inducements great. Come Tjiilo the assort
ment is large.lMillinery at your own price.. ;
J. A. FOWLER.
First Door North First National Bank.
the jstetvv irons:
f Assortment in the city jjjj S
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Stoves, Gasoline Stoves, Tinware, Nails
Barbed. Wire, and the Largest and Most
extensive line of goods in the valley.
Your favors respectfully solicited. Prices to
suit the times and don t you forget it.
I van? Ppprl snd oip SfqbJpQ !
A. F. LOCKHAHT. Proprietor.
carnages ym3mS'hd?jy orwi
with or without - yjuyrpm
.Irivcwon saoit notice -wjJSS And 1)"t f C
and at Hr,,on,ble TViV 13 "'
Traders ami Commercial Men Convey 'Hi to any jiari. cf the countj-. STABLE Sf
One door north of Holland Jlcuse. lid Cloud, S.b.
x-. I21 srCEEc?i3n)'u CL2 STAID. ffn
Groceries. 3 rrf !h rhren ' rovisions
Groceries.: -Cll0ic3 53
Dealer in Hour,. Feed, Meal, Cigars
Tobaccos, Potatoes, Canned Fruits,
Confectionery, etc. .
Old Stand, . - - Bed Cloud.
Prices Very Lov7.- Ifeals served at all hours,
Gall-and sec liis-stock of G-oods.- .
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