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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1885)
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Fhe Red Cloud Chief
-MAY 1, l.srf.
Tiic Toy-ltjtnlr J.Iaker.
The well-known ingenious Jny tiick
banks :ire all :n:u1i from models mad
ly :i gcntlcwnn wKo works all day lon
in :i lovv-"-.!l:;:wd room in tii' top story
of No. 7.2 Chtniii s-tr.--t at hU wax
models an! l)ronzc ciit.fxii!. The room
prasev'-s a .h.".-I!(! of jncUirc-vuru disor
der. The wall is huntr vit'i planter
crisis. j)aj)cr designs, and bronze model-?.
The toy-bank inventor Mis Tokinr in-e4--n;iily.
with no company but a black
"The 'freed moor bank was the first
I made.n aid the bnnkmakr on Satur
rlay. "That was followed by the kick
ing nude, the bt:Il-do, anl other.-. 1
am now at wor!-' uun a more comidi
fauod Joy Lank, a monke-. The 4ri
bronze caKt'ni has just come in. Ve
are now chasing it am! Jiiiu clown all
the ronjh edjfs. and making all the
joints work .tasily. T firt of all make
a j solid mod"! of the figure in specially
jirepared wax. Irom tais 1 take a plas-ter-of-naris
mold, in two halve. Then
make two hollow model .5 of the liure
toy is complex will act in conjunction
with a f'pnivr 011 the iiHide. I hcio
parts bem removed. I have to make n
fresh model in whx of everv part, with
an end or joint attached to them. They
are then Edit to the brass foundry to bo
east in brass or bronze. Tin? whole fi- ;
un has to be made complete and work
ing in wax before it jjo;-r to the foundry.
Vhrn they come back .some of tho
pieces are very rouh. and need a jrreat
deal of filiuj; and cJkimii to make them
Jit and move easily. You see, the model
in bronze that I make is the foundation
from which ail the banks are eventually
to be made, uml unlchi my model works
perfectly there will le no cud of com
plaints when it oes eventually to the (
iron foundry, where the marketable !
toys are turned out. There are twenty j
pieces in this hank. A coin is placed j
between the thumb and lingers of a j
monkey's nVht hand. The thumb, you I
Rati, is kept iu place by a f-priu slroiij;
enough to hold a coin the weight of
half a dollar. Whim the t.iil is depress- j
etl the left ham! raises tho upper ludf of
the cocoanut, the lower jaw falls down. '
the cycsjjo up, the rihl thumb is drawn ;
baek'aud releases the coin, ihieh falls .
throajrh a siit in the cocoanut into the j
mouth of the monkey and the bank."
1 'It iladcljih iu 'J im a.
Joaquiu r!illfr' Mol'icr.
On a farm amonir r -:itlv undulating
hills four miles from Iv'ene, Oicgon.
on the caJt side of the Yv'illamettr'lliver,
resides Mrs. Allison-Miller, mother of
.foni'uiu Miller, the "Poet of the Sier- ,
ras." Over a year ago. despite the pro- :
tests of her sons, nhe married .Joe Alii- j
Hon. a farm hanji, ome nineteen years
of age. As Mrs. Miller was upward of j
ty-l.ve. tliiMiiarnagepnived anything
t a happy one J he boy "'rt;" '
r. ami urtii; the recent dreadfully
cold weatner she lived all alone, stru- .
glmg through the snow two or three
tunes a day to teed her hor-cs and "t-
tie. IMS on this M.me nirni that the- ;
poettrrcw toward mans estate, save
...1 '1.,. .- i:..:,... ;.. ,.. ..-a 1 ,1-.. ,,!.-
111 ij 1117 .4.1 living i.i mi- iiii ii-i-i
with the Diirer Indians. crijoingeamp
life anil the mirsuits of the eluuse. Tiie
Mouse is plain ami unpretentious. J ne ;
. fti 1
teuccs.are m poor repair, although the
owner U repuied rich amonir Iier neigh- ,
bors. having many hundred acres. j
"So this is the place where the com- I
pamon of T.ret Harle spent many of hid .
davs?" Mrs. Miller was asked
hut, bless j
"Ve-s. this is the idace; bu
vou, I'm :ls much of a poet
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.Joautun, siie.saiii. proiiuei:ij:iroin itio I
irottt Lie I
depths of an aged trunk a roll of manu-
script which made me mst.uetively feci ,
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jj.an epic, and here's '
another m sixteen canton that i wrote ,
mvself. Uh, ves, wo all Uahblc a iiltlu
How long ago did vour son begin to
"Oh. he was alwaj'.s at it. He was a
little bit of a boy when he. first began
scribbling verses, and lie's kept it up
with- tolerable rcgularitv ever since. ,1
used to trv to make him unit it. think
ini- no good coiiid come of it. but
couldn't sueenei' ll.s'.s off now at Xew i
Orleans writing uji the reposition for
tho Kasloni press. Heru are hovoral :
hitters lately received from him," said
clw T"iwli5mr frwwinl n irnv.nTfir i
sholf. "I'm glad, on the whole, tl at
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thin-isto.v.paratefrom the complete lVo :in. li,rt,ii ;:o thl. ,,ol A J Jt' t3 XflO
models the part, which are intended to VJ.,. th.-v eo,,. o,a the eelhdoid h:.s ' PMifc&oiU t5 al45LlldM
by movable In-fore me I have the left ,)wjU .,Uo jh(. (( h. Ww)d W -, d.
fo.arm and hand of a monkey hold- M , hlh ff :iJ jneh nm ,ae mad. a , ! - r.,, n ffj M Trsj p SB pi
iHg up a piece of eoajanut hell. tl,u Xiri:Wi. lljal ;s .i,.,., -,..,. 'j'iy W Jj ?g l j Jl
thumb of the n;rhl ham! L the lower jaw, ,jJoek . Jlen .llt , -,. WlM, t ,)V . fa'&Lyj " .' i V ?,1,M fl
the eves ami the lad. which, wlien Ihu ..,,,.,,,.:,,..,.,. .vmij ...... .,,.,,..:,.,. (t -!---' . H
Joa-r.iin didn't take my advice. and that of days ap he was on Washington
ho continued to do a he pleased and ' street." and his attention was attracted
write poetry. The first poem ho wroto ' by a littio gray pacer that came whirl
that attracted attention was one on the iiig down. !! had never scon his gray
Wanting of the class tree at the old ;
mo Countv Academy, where the St.ito
Univer.sity now stands. It was copied
in all the papers. He ran a weekly in
Eugene during the war. Jt was a red- .
hot abolition sheet, and tho 7dis.ouri
roughs from Long Tom Creek over hero
swooped down and demolished the of-
flee. Then he practiced law awhile at i
leaker City, and afterward he wroto his i
Songs of the ShSrras," which brought i
him into prominence.
Mrs. Miller is tall and somewhat an
gular, llcrhairis well silvered over
with gray, ami her eyes, unco dark, aro
iiow dimmed. True to tho habits of tho
pioneer, she braves her difficulties, reso
lutely dries her tearc over recent matri-
monial infelicity, feeds her toek. and j
rougns u uncompiaimugly in i:er wort
on tiiu lonesomo larm.
Good News For nypepJies.
The dyspeptics anv those who adhere j
to diotan rules
m;.i. .:..k. i
or lough substances
It is not oa
civo to comfort of stomach
inv own authority that 1
this. Austin Hint says so. burprlsed
t see him eatiii-r a Welsh rare bit as I
the clock struck 12 l M.. I asked if he
incanHo pwdueo nightmare for the
ixtfo 01 m ymg un.- pueuuu:cmu
Piillci ?in. fnets fii tin w-nrlo "
hn id. hi norfoct seriousness: -I)vV i
peiitics are chiefly )orsoas who eat rog- 1
ularlv. ivstnct;:noiruiei 10 impie 100a
iu small amounts, and constantly have
their stomachs on their laiudsT Tho
old-fashioned ideas on this su.bjc.ct are
all wronsr. r.nd 1 have said so of late re
peatedly in lecturing to medical stud
now tell iuy p:ititrat.s to eat j
r tlicy aro hiiugri. uo matter if ?
it is directly before going to bet!, never
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trvtioisiv ;! nnssi
gout among the gourmands, and other j
undesirable diseases, but never dyspep- j
IO qim-uiu uiuit- u .w .rr.riw " .t u a tn s,
saulfied; appease yon thirst in the same - -""- -; " v.M --
way according: tomsttner, ana ionve: : 01 in- 5uiituHia .ui, i'iio mvm j rwi y
cumntiimislv f nn.ible. You mav find ! n riistr.l nt to sii annrotMrt'ivs' rmb'if. i '
:cv Uo f CeHuioM.
As a down-town printer, who hail
just completed the printing of a lot of I
jjiusirairu cimiinr:-. v.;i- v.asiMnjr inc
tqe and cuts w::h benzine, a N'mmraan
noticed that the cuts were while instead
of the ordiuar." copper color of electro
types. " "New kind of metal for electrotypes?"
asked the young: man.
"No. These are eeiluln'd htwolypos.
Tt is a new i: for celluloid. The plates
are easily made. The eujinmng: or the
form of tyje to bo stereotyped is tirt
uM to make a line paper matrix, just
as if a common metal stereotype was to
be made. Then this matrix is placed
. in a form, and over it i laid a .-licet of
, celluloid. The two are put in a hydraul-
ic press, the temperature is rai-ed to
:,00 decrees Fahrenheit, the celluloid is.
pressed into the matrix at a pressure of
400 pound-, to the souare inch, and then
the tiling is done. When taken out
and cooled the celluloid plate is an ex
act counterpart of the original form.
and when cemented ; a .suitable wood
backing it is potA for four tinier as
many impressions as a copper tcreo
l ku -iiuaide tliat, it is not easily dam
i "Another uue made of celluloid 13 in
facing wood type. Tins i- Uuw by Iav-
1 thm -i!eel of eelluluiii over tne
m.iv l(. Wji,i lo Wof' ..ujpuvi'K, who
i;uI it eSual to bo.w.-ood."--cw Ty.-A:
Senator Lamar; Aliicnt-Miinledness. I
A jrood stoiy about Senator Lamar
has leaked out lately. A- is well known, I
the Senator 3-. in a Any dream half hi-i
time. He is the mot courteous of men. 1
but when he is wonl-jratherhi;: he walks
rdonjr, Halulinir hi-besl friends wi:! a
Mony stare, and answering que.stious at
random. One day. .-ome time ap, as
Mr. Kllis. of Louisiana, was si! in;; in
his committee reom at the (ailtol, -Mr.
Lamar walkcti in. lie apir!hed Mr.
Ellis and, .-eating himself. aid in his
grave and gentle way:
"Kili.-. I don't believe von like me."
"No," j-aid Mr. Ellis "I don't."
"Whv not?" aid Mr. Lamar.
-Weil," said Mr. Ellis, "when I first
came here you led me to b'-!ieve you
were my friend. You -eemcd to take
an intere-t in me as a new member, and
1 f.lt honored by ueir regard. Lately
you have hardly spoken to me. 1 pass
Von and you don't look at me. and such
conduct has ollcudcd me. 1 dislike you
"Hut. Ellis," said the Senator, "you
know it's my way."
"I don't ("are," said Mr. Ellis. "It's
u bad way."
"My dear fellow," said Mr. Lamar,
throwing Ids anu.: around Mr. Ellis'
neck, "the next time ou M-e me in that
bad way just come up and punch
mi in the ribs. Xow promise me and
let's be friends."
Mr. Elli.i promised him. and they arc
A irlance backward at the so-called
" j,0m I old time." will soon convince
,ilt, Veri.-st i.esimist that in the matter
, ,,. ..,, .,,,.,,1 r ,.i,;i!r..n : m..v1,I
s .lllv.lIlt.,.(i rapidlv of late. There
was atime in the hitorv of European
c.ivilizaliiii vlun tins father had the
,..,...- f i;f(. .r,i ,0..,ih m-4.r bis cl.il-
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I drcu. and there are still parts 01 the J himhu 1.. it cutis i. ftorj ami i!u.irhi.:. n-.'-.
u'nrld where this idea is not extinct ,'!all' llu' sliui.arti unit l-ncN. i.n -.-,!;. I u.h.-
l I. .... aitaif li-hik mill if lint iti I v 1 . .. - - .. .
j((, :l.r0-sc.uvelv aeenturv
incii- h ii.1 ii nun-, .inn 11 ii.ia mil. n-i ;
oniv 5(h.:l of n ,(,hnoi v,..s :l ,,l:.Ce where
., scho0iM,:i;.r, armed with rod or whip,
forml mnviiinir youngsters to devour
Ujp l.OIll,.IlSs nf j,o0ks' with their eves
.i ri..r,.r.rit.in. t!u!ii from ih.-ir mriiiMi
in v:nn repetition ot words. I he idea is
not dead yet, because the old style of
tt.:lt.j(ir is'uot, dead vet: but it is living.
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.... ,;,,.. i,,. tlnrkness of nidit. be fori
I.l..i(V - ' '-t r ..... rava
th(. tlau.u uf ,u. i(!l.a tiat l'wu.i.s tia
Hiiidren must be taught to think, am
tIj.,t tiuir wt;aj
weakness gives no
uo,n:l the right to ill-treat
A couple of years ago a gcntiOman
in Proviiieaeu owiuhI a little gray horso
that was useil in the faniilv by himself,
his wife, ami ehihlrrn. ft was mailo
quitt; a et of. I'uuiiug that it eouhl y.
sueed ouite shari. he entered it m a
number ot eounlrv races, m tho eml
gotting a record of ; for it. Then he
sold it". Lator on. the children missed
it so much that ho endeavored to get
t??iit nf it '11111 s.Til. t n number of
place, but failed to find it. A couple i
pace, but he was sure this was his old
pet. and when opportunity ottered lie
drove alongside and called it by name,
The pony knew him at ontv. and gave
unmistakable evidence of recognition.
Auother iiiataueo sliowiug tho inem-nn-
of the horse is that M tho pacer
purchased bv !r. Llovd last year of a
A few weeks ago
the former owner was in town and went
up to see Ginger. Tho horse's present
Httcndant was in the box stall petting
him when his eld master stepped in and
called him by name. The horso 'no
sooner heard his voice than he forsook
his companion and showed his delight
at meeting his fwmer owner iu various
wavs. among other tricks going into his
coat pockets for the delicacies that ho
useti to tm.t there. the gentleman
asked him to "roll over" for him. and
no -eni uown upon uio straw aim over :
m :i inomeuu ..4r. iioyu acauu pro- ; tIo tough trotting " Turki u Tri
vents his showing Ginger much this ; umph" will stand together e.t lied
wiater. but it is generally conceded that
the handsome littio horso would make
it quite interesting for tho best of tho
trotters. Hartford CouranU
ffi.llftnz I11.1.. CmYva .
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Th" best salve in tho wrld for cuts
J bruise' sores, ulcers, salt rlieum
pur-jfover sores., tctier, chapped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin criptions '
nntl Pitively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guranteed to give er-
feet satisfaction, or money relunded.
Price 25 cents pcrbox.
Oun largest and most cxtensKe
manufsicturers in tho land, constantly
invent nrw ways of improving their !
5. DoLnm! s saloratus and soda I
? was thought to be perfect
h fincst h and purest,
, ,n oxw . nwn
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VMN !ltTl ?
tus and soda ever known.
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frifrints nnd Children
Wj.it c.ire Uiar !Tt;r, :uaj tii 1 ! ry;
Whrn Iiw r-t. nrl cr h- tarns.
What oun their co!:e, Lilt; Hi-tr worm.
Sour Si:aJ , . vJi, lu-i.t tfi :
prtr- "' tV-ri tn '''.nrohia' Prrujxi,
CaAtor Oil taJ i'ftrfor.c. ur
"Caitorift. ti "fU adapted to Children
;SatI rtrfb!tsoul it aj ?arcrir to any rrsK
sine Ln-a t- mo." II. A. Aeci;a2. H.D..
Ill So. oaf&ril St.. Erooklju. 5. Y.
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hi An ahsolnto cure for'Xic-a-F!
-? zaAtiLtri. braiiirf. Paa vsj tho
'A Sack, Darns, Galls, &c. Ama- L
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tf'if '"hr'-i- Tfci 1 j
A Wonderful Discovery.
Ciuisuinptives and all who stiller
from any affection of the throat and
liineji can find n certain cure in j)r.
Kings new Discovery for con.-u nipt ion1
Tboti.-ands of permanent cure.- verify
the truth of this statement. Tn'o medi
clne can .liow Mich a record of won
derail cures. Thouands of once
hopclc-s Ktifi'erers now gratefully pro
claim they owe their lives to this New
Discovery. It will co.-t von niulnng to
rive it .1 tri-.l. Kree trial bottles at
Henry Cook's drug efore. Large size
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. (100. 15. WilliiiL'. of 'Manchester,
Michigan, writ' : "My wife has been
almost helpless for live years, mi iielp
iefs that she could not turn over in
bed alone. She i?tn two bottle- of
Electric ISitteis and is yo. much im
proved now thai the is now able to do
her own work." Electric Hitlers wijl
do all that :s claimed f..r tl.cm. Hun
drills of tettimoi.ia! atttvt their great
curative powers. Only fifty cents, per
bottle at Jienrv Cook's.
Advico to r.lothcro.
A re j mi (hsPirhei! at nijjlit :nl tir.kn of ynur
rest by a sty-k child MiflVrh.i; ;im! crjaij: v.itli
laia oiciittluj; teclli? Jf - cml :it un. :uul
ivt a i-i-Uie 01 Ails. Wh, v;(is viiihis; tiii
fer cli.M.t 11 it t Iliijr. Ji ;ilm w iM-aii-ula 'lc
I?l'Hl!( lllMIl It lllli!lllr. lllITi' t Till ltllt:iL.
i iiivltr. 5 soiniliim .svril ) llr ('III iiUfli I.Stlillii;
Js J'li"saia tu the ta!i . ami is tSa- ihi'md; t on
in cue in iih'oiucm ruin nest lenciic iinrMVieni
Iit:'i:uis in the lelicit Slati -.. !iml'n fejale
l ait i' niai."t tluoiiltout lite world. J'rii '
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m KB fvf
jK7 i 1 r-
Lk .','. 1 anrih fef
NEW ST0REIfc Cloud!,
Eorhart & FuStcn,
ha vi. rT.i;i.i?!in:i a
I'ort)ii:i"iiiiiiii'.nI'itiiiatt th iM'iipIr of tlint
Ici.'y. lln'y ..,, ,ii"..' pr.'.irt'il toelvt? Uic
lK.'0Ii!c of Vf!ls :-mt l.-;;I.Xs jiist what
they waia m tl-elliieof
Hardware, . .
j Ami in forr pwrytbitu: can 1p foiiml a:, ur store
iuu; ;s liMi-in kci iu a nri -;;. lun.se.
WV iii It ; itii i l lue.e j i: li- c ill o
ulien f arlof ti.'n'n-arv. lie- i-i ui.
;:l-a lir n ;i"oi.7 ; m' li. : ivj :nstUi
th 'i'I'i.t. -f :iu- nates.
Veven rpi-"ctI oT!?j mr trwJe liitr.r
tliat St will iTie bi'iirfiri?! to luiifc.
ilURHART ft KITLTOK.
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Tho Jolly Jcliet, Josiah John Jr-
I cobs " Jumpicc Jack" an i.ool
Gsorg-e, Lutz's tned and tr c taira-
Cloud, thi3 year.
1. LUTZ, Cwnor.
uaujiisiffii txit BROAD CLAIM aufeia:
7SSY BEST CPSBATaTG-,
GUICS22T SSLUN3 A2TD
fl MBffiMl Kflftfffffl WMf!H
Ever offered to tke pblic
McAvcy & Farrell, Props.,
Aro zio-7.' fuller prepared to fill orders for Livery rigs,&e on short notice
AL?o, vill food and stable horsos by day or veeck at roftsonablo
rates. Oar foodhiir fac iiltics aro first-class. You patron
agrc respectfully solicit kL
' fetS & Uf ft7 52 rJ r' U S i3 P
Where will lie found evervthinir :n the rocflrv line, such as
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Sirups,
FruitsjjBacon, Ham, Dried Beef,
Cheese ami Crackers, Tobaews, Cmars,
Hoping by fair dealing to :iu rita
IN FEATIIILEY'S BUILDING,
Ojoisite be Chicago Lumber Yard.
S. V. LUDLOW.
WJLL fnOSHER, P
6 ih" Vi'Sv.-;
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RED CLOUD, NB3.
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-Soancele & Son
GEWSFC MACHINES, ETC.
ThoroughbrotI Short-Horn Cattlo, at Hastings, Neb., on
Thursday, April 80th; 1885. 1
35 Head of BullS, Covs, and Heifers, of Superior Quality
This stock is in prood brocdinfr condition, and not an animal but what
if a reguir.rirc der All tuo cows cud Hcifere that are old onoutjh aro
brci nuti'ifbuu ber son du to calf. Cattlo will be at Hastings, a wock
bf x-i thO'srlo Salo to ccntn.onco at 1 o'clock
Tr. i:5S rTcn inor.ths tiino, purchasor givinp noto with approved
so -ntj ; Intrct t at 20 per cent.
Fcr c p.ta'ic uvc or information, inqniro of Henry Shodd, Hasting, Kb
or it J II TAUGHEAD, H DRAPER, V7ashingon, Iowa
"Wo alro make a sale a Beatrice. Nob, ilay 5
CcvieSt Zebras ;a.
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Irrritti4)tfc' ireilly conipUtieL -
1 t i!l hHri-
: TTTATy xJ? J .IKK?: T UBOIVy. DECE.ii?EI
X"J T.. nxfrypi' kvic Ui v?3tnft I
o. :.- r si t K lA Ht'r J JSta:r rf N Vx-s-y.
l-c-.-a ;. s-r - gtr-.fjUrtl-attrf?! H-j-jsrs
factor- i.j-j.i3 irrf Wrttr ciMJr a
;-!? r ; . j' '. - 5er. t If'-''! !, ti
Jcu:. -! . . .- iioi,y t4 .teJci.
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iii -I .;. r- .- b Ki-1 juml cjrti tt
.nuiStafKk j v tLCt uif JorfTrrf tw.ri.
All fer5aeic ..iylHteaxiit - jar
inJ :o laolij las- uatr taipt : aiftier-
. --- V
TJnoqur.lcd for frnnoral purposes
may bo found at thi3 barn
Commercial 3am, Red Cloud
Flour, Fetd,0hss and Qucenswarc
-hare of the public patronage.
ALWAYS ON HAND mM
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X)r J. S EM.IGH
RED CLOUD NEDR43ICA.
Fine Office, Work a tipcchtliy.
sun atnays 011 Jiaml. ()ico or
Clotiil .Natloeat Itetik.
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MARBLE and GRANITE WORKS
Good stock and fine work is our mott)
and trices to suit the times. If in need o .
anything in orr ine do not fail to call and
examine our specimens.
OFFICR AND YARD. Corner Elm St, nad Fourth Av.
Lockbox 5 22, BED CLOUD. NEB
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COLUMBIA & CO., Proprietors.
Guide Rock, Webster County, Nebraska
A.3 JJIi'U.'j; MA NUFAOUINO TUB
FINSBT QRADES OF
Family and Patent Flour, Meal,
FEED, ETC., ,
From tho vary beatrntitorluUt, which thoy iro wholoiitvl'.tigrto tho tmtto
. nt hard pan priaoo. Thoy tfmmvutoo tholr Hour.
Corroapondenco aolksitod from'derUorH la NobnuJku ami Kfinnnn
Ihlo oolobratol llotr iu for wr.to by C. M Storoy. vrocorj Itod Cnu.t.
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Also eggs, in season, from High Class 'Ply
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ti Falla -.-. '"fr-JT "S. P- ' JmmmU
Chscaco, Rock lSL&mr& Pacific R'y.
crapMcal pfe.in, tH- 3ir at 1 i- mm htwm, tl Xml JtfanAj ,
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of rood hel- te Arwstis suwj tit 7acSS .riaiss b& i
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"GREAT ROOK ISLAND ROUTE,"
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Kosford & Young,
joulrry and Produce
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Prices Paid I
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