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FRIDAY. JULY 31. 1885.
Mrs Wm Gates was in Hastings this
OscaPatmob has returned from
John Stokey was doing Red Cloud
Son's Muury is building a barn for
Mk Shaw, of Nelson, was in the city
-s Saturday and Sunday.
Tiik railway commissioners were
again in Itetl Cloud on Tuesday.
)vn friend. D. C. Myers, has been
on the pick list but is recovering.
P Mn. 1) II Laruk-k", of Catberton,
paid im a pleasant call tins week.
ff J. Stkwa rt and JciF Ward were made
Odd-fellows on last Suturday night.
Johx Mooki:. cashier of the First Na
tional Hank, lias returned from Illi
Damki. Conoyeii. of Lincoln, i.s in
he city visiting h:s brother, Peter Con
J.N I'oi'Krovr that his watermelon
Ssf pateh will supply
the city with that
U N McDanikls is crippled. His
giant too was mashed by a horse step
ping on it.
(iko Coon has about twenty-f:ve
acres of beautiful corn averaging seven
feet in bright.
Davi: Wii.ikaw, of Louisa county,
Iowa,, is in Red Cloud, tho guest of
We are in receipt of tho Harian
county Timra a sprightly six column
quarto and willingly X with it.
M. W. Dn'KKRaQX and M. Man have
returned from Oherliu, Kansas. They
report things hoomii.g in that burg.
Mr Norris, living north-east of here
ought a lino organ this week of John
Jarber: for which he paid $1-0 cash.
Mr. Frei Durum: Inn departed for
his new field of labor in 'Frisco and
lis successor has been duly installed
The little son of Adam Morhart, who
was recently kicked by a colt, is slow
.y rcaovoring. The Chief is glad to
J. car of it.
On Tuesday night the young ladies
composing tho N. II. II. literary associ
ation gave a very pleasant social in the
M E Church.
i. AOM 1'OYaER was ho nappy last wits.
t that lie could not contain himself, and
t- ail because ho had an heir to his estate
r.rrive. Usual weight.
f f Tin: toaohors and pupils attending
V- tho instituto should call at W. Klec-
. . man's post-ofllcc news and stationery
I, Htand for their supplies.
Ill T. UoiiKER, while working in the
country this week, i-ot a fall that
knocked him senseless for a few min
utes. Ho finally recovered.
The Chief this week sampled some
fine Snader blaekberies from the vines
of our friend, W B Itoby. Tho vines
were young but the berries were ex
cellent. B.F. Mukr, on Inst Sunday, was
"- -'f aken very nick. For a timo it was
thought that ho had received a sun
."Vtroko, but later on he recovered and
is again on duty.
jvPuiuso tbo thunderstonn on Sun
Ia' ovening a chickon coop in Mrs
Itaird's garden was struck by lightning
k ling a brood of young chickens, but
Kiing no further damage.
J. A. Tum.eys, Robt. V. Slnroy and
C. Wiener went to Rivcrton Saturday
to confer tho 3d degrco of masonry on
Johnny Young. Tho boys report John
as an excellent rider of tho goat.
" 3IARRIKD, at Red Cloud July 24 1S85
by Judge Yeiser, Mr John W Adams
and Miss Jennio V Dudley. At same
time and placo Mr Chas N Isom and
sMiss Stolla A Dickson. A11 of Jewel
SB? Tim democratic party have an ele
phant on their hands, in the shape of
the now editor. He has already divid
ed the party, and now their supplica
tion runs about Ilk Jthis: "Oh, Lord!
deliver us from the evil effects of im
Is another column, and by large
posters distributed over the country,
Davo Kaloy announces the fact that
on August 13, ho will sell 210 head of
cattle, horses and hogs. This will bo a
largo sale and a good chance to buy
sttlck on easy terms,
Is September about twenty persons,
relatives and friends of D II Larriek,
of Catberton, will start for Nebraska
from Virginia. The Chief will hearti
ly welcome tho colonists to Red Cloud
mid will say tbat no liner lands can be
found than in Nebraska.
Ouu friend, Frank R. Gump, is tho
happy father of a littlo boy cherub,
which arrived Saturday, weigmng niue
pounds. The little fellow is a pertect
imago of his father, and the first words
is said to have spoken were "1 want to
be a little Judge, pap." Frank set-up
the cigars in good style.
Os last Sunday a very rude exhibi
tion of equestnanship took place on
our streets. Some young fellow who
was riding a wild pony went howling
down Seward street, just as fast as his
- pony could go and .the fellow whipping
it at every jump. Such conduct, es
epcially on Sunday, is inexcusable.
Last Friday morning Mr L C Olm
etead's gran .y at Inavale was
entirely destroyed by-fire. Tramps
wereseen in the immediate vicinity
the previous evening, and the fire is
supposed to have been started by them
either throng carelessness or pure
. cussedness. Mr. Oimsteads loss is
about $230, insured for $50 m the
Mrs C R Bem
ik is visiting in St Paul
John Drake is building a new house
The Rev. C. B. Lcnfest haa returned
home from Clay county.
A fioon rain on Sunday freshened
up the crops to a large extent.
Several correspondence are crowd
ed this week for want of space.
None but experienced druggists
compound prescriptions at Cotting's.
Money! Money!! Money!!! Call
on W. P. Overman for yonr farm loan
The county commissioners met on
Monday and transacted routine busi
ness. N L D Smith, of Garfield precinct is
moving into his new house, recently
A A PorE has about 400 very fine
crape vines on his residence property
in the west end.
Fred Goiu.e, of Illinois, nephew of
F E Goble, has returned home after a
few days visit in Red Cloud.
F. E. Gorle, who has been roaming
over the country for a few weeks on
business, has returned home.
Use only Doan's gasoline in your
stoves. It is the only pertect article in
the market For sale at Cotting's drug
On Saturday a valuable horse be
longing to I. Frisbie ran into a barb
wire fence and bled to death. The
horse was worth $150,
Charley Kaley, who recently went
to New Mexico to herd cattle, has re
turned home to Nebraska, having be
come tired of a cow boy's life.
The teachers' institute commenced
on Monday with a large number of
teachers present. These institutes
are of much benefit to teachers.
Mrs Lee Hai.deman, of Hasting!,
sister of Mrs J (J Dodd, and Miss Cora
Kpanogle are the guests of Mrs. J. G.
Dodd ind relatives in this city.
The thermometer in The Chief ob
servatory has been ranging between 9G
and 10.' degrees in the shade during
the past week. Tolerably warm.
Jones it Gow.Ehave timothy on their
ranch in Line precinct that measures
six feet. By-the-way, this firm has one
of the finest ranches in Webster coun
ty. The city clerk now utilizes his spare
moments in tenderly nursing an incip
ient mustache, patience and persever
ance are bound to be rewarded sooner
or later. Tall oaks from little acorns
At a meeting of Rcbckah Lodge I O
O F held on Monday evening the fol
lowing officers Twerc duly installed
Mrs M W Dickcrson, N G; Mrs Roy
Hutchinson. V G; Mr J II Smith, Sec
retary. On Tuesday William Baker of Up
land Kansas completed his threescore
years and ten, and entered upon his
eighth decade. Forty years of the gen
tleman's eventful life have been apent
in the wild west.
Mr Will H. Smith takes this meth
od of returning thanks for the assist
ance rendered by kind friends during
tho sickness and death of his
wife. Ho will ever hold them in grate
ful remembrance for their kindness.
Mr. M R Bentley, who has been
sojourning in the eastern and soutnern
states tor about two months past in
search f health, has returned homo
much improved by his trip. We are
glad to note tho change of returning
The tramps should be whooped out
of town. If tho city would pass an or
dinance to compol portics arrested to
work out their fines on the streets it
would improve the streets and keep a
great many hard cases from meander
ing in this direction.
LM CuAiiiLonoofour old inhabi
tants havine lived here for tho pact 10
i - t . i- .i ...-t. i.
vears ami lougni nis way uiruugu mu
grasshopper picnic has taken a posi
tion as agent for the Red Cloud nur
sery. Any one desiriug nursery stock
will find Mr C a pleasant man to deal
The Tent social of the G A R and
tneir invited guests, was a quiet affair
but nevertheless a very enjoyable one
to the participants. Seyen tents were
pitched and tne park handsomely illu
minated. Refreshments wcro served
and tho evening spent in pleasant so
A GitANii ball will be given at the
r'tni- Wlnr;u:iv evening under the
auspices of tho Red Cloud firo de
partnn nt. The boys have made all
the necessary arrangements for a
good tunc. The proceeds will go
towards! cquiping tho firejdcpartiuent.
Let all turn out and contribute.
Will P. Overman, brother of Mrs.
Dr. Damerell, of this city, and lately
from Carthage.. Illinois, has opened a
law office in tho rooms over the city
drug store. Mr Overman comes to Red
Cloud highly reccommended both as a
lawyer nd a gentleman, and The
Chief gives him a cordial greeting and
wishes him prosperity and success in
the home of his adoption. His pro
fessional card appears elsewhere in to
Judge Jons M. Galloway, of Fort
Scott, Kansas, attorney and soliciter
for the C. N. K. & S. W. By, arrived in
Red Cloud last Friday evening, and
was met by a large number of our
prominent businessmen in the old
council chamber over Henry Cook's
drug store. The people seem to be
favorably impressed with the project
and will aid and assist in its construc
tion. The Judge is a very pleasant
speaker and very readily and forcibly
explains the advantage of the propos
ed road. It seems to be a very feasible
. .. . ui Urn nf railwav to nass
ruaw iw hw .'' -
Mrs. L. H. Fort has re'wrned home.
Mr?. A. C. Hosmck returned home
from Illinois Thursday
If three-fourths ofthe dogs in Red
Cloud were dead, there would etill .be
Bert Cromwell is suffering intensely
from an acute attact of inflammatory
This hot weather is rough on per
spiring humanity, but it is the making
of a corn crop.
A full and concise account of the
death of General Grant appear.-! in thi
issue of The Chief.
Regular monthly concert at the
Baptibt church. Sunday. Preaching
morning and evening.
The cooking club will meet at Mrs
G E McKeeby's on next Tueaday'eveu
imr, August 4 at 8 p m.
The lawn Fete at the residence of A
J Keiincy was a pleasant affair to
those who participated.
Cheap lawns at Mrs Ncwhouse's at
0 cents per yard. The cheapest goods
over prought to Red Cloud considering
These torrid days cause large Deans
of transpiration to stand on the alabas
ter brows of the school marms at the
Messi:s Codman fe Whitney have
contracted to furnish H A Watson
200 tons of hay from their ranch one
mile east of this city.
I 0 Walker comes to the front
with the finest specimen of oats we
have seen, the straw being G feet high
and heavily laden with grain.
J W Toothache bought a Minnesota
Chief thresher of A L Funk this week
This makes the third thresher of this
popular make in this country this
The Rev. Geo. H. Brown preaches
in Guide Rock next Sunday morning
and evening. He will meet with the
Guide Rock church Saturday, at after
noon in covenant meeting.
A "Go west young" man left his
pocketbook in the store of A II Kaley
one day last week and did not discov
er his loss untill he reached Inavale,
from whence he returned and secured
Mr M R Bentley and wife left last
evening for a few weeks sojourn in St
Paul, Minn., where Mr B. goes to look
after his landed interests which arc
(juitc extensive aud are located in the
Dr. Gerth, the state veterinary sur
geon, has gone cast and is not expect
ed to return before August 5th or 10th,
at which time an effort will be made to
have him visit this part of the state to
investigate the hog disease.
Memorial services will beheld in the
rink on Saturday, August 8, the day of
General Grant's funeral. All citizens
are requested to be present and assist
in the last sad rites in memory of the
grand old hero. Program will be an
nounced next week.
Lopeman & Hauan have secured
tho services of Loyd Crabil to seH. nur
sery stock. Loyd is an experienced
hand in the business, and any oho pur
chasing stock of him may rest assured
that everything will be as represented.
in goou conuuiou uiu uu iu iw--name.
By sale bills printed at this office
it will be seen that Mr J D Post will
sell at public auction at his residence
two miles north ot Amboy and thrco
miles south of Cowles, on Saturday
August 20th a lot of mares, colts,
cows, calves, and farming implements.
Terms, nine months time 10 percent
interest; five per cent off for cash.
This will be an excellent opportunity
to purchase stock etc.
Miss Mvra Bkllk Brewer one of the
lady students attending the teacher's
institute from Red Cloud, was a caller
at this office Saturday and was shown
the mysteries of newspaper and book
making. Gmcttc Jounud.
The young lady's father is an old ty
po and publisher. Perhapsthe mys
teries of the "Art Preserver" is not so
mvsterious after all.
Salem, Kan., July 25, 1SS5.
Mr A L Funk: The statement made
by R Tawncy in regard to one Mr Fer
guson driving the E-tcrly machine oil
his place and employing a Buckeye to
do the muting is false. 1 do not want
people to be lying at my expense. The
Esterly did as good cutting as any ma
chine "could do. Mr Dunton had more
cutting than he rould do in time, so I
got the Buckeye to finish. Yours truly,
The above letter was received unso
licited by me in answer to a letter
from MrTawnev published in the Hel
met a few weeks ago in the same pa
per in which Mr Pope said "Nail the
lies where they belong" Beyond any
question of a doubt the Esterly Binder
has made the cleanest and most satis
factory record this year ever made by
any machine in this country before.
Even some of the most ardent admir
ers to other machines say if they wereto
purchase a new machine theT would
take the Esterly. I have sold nearly
fifty Esterly binders this year worth
mentionme. A. L. Funk.
One second-hand McCormick Iron
Mower, one Sulky Hay Rake, one
Farm Wagon, cheap. Inquire at J L
Miller's harness shop. 31-tf
The Red Cloud mills are doing their
best this summer.Their flour is giving
good satisfaction and we hear the far
mers say they are getting a good turn
out on grist work. The probatfility is
the mill folks are thinking when the
new mill is completed and run
ning with a capacity of grinding 450
bushels every 24 hour, they will want
every farmer's wheat to keep the ma
chinery emploved. No doubt the
millers are selfish in all this, but the
consumers of their products" get the
benefit- of their selfishness all the sam
Chicago, rfebr&aKa, smm, moo.
An enthusiastic railroad meeting
was held in the court house on Tues
day evening nursuant to the call of the
citizen's aud business men's com
mittee. The meeting was called
to order by Hon J S Gilham. Mayor
Tinker was called upon to preside and
A C Hosmer to act as secretary. Judce
John M Galloway, of Ft Scott, Kansas,
spoke at length and m a clear concise
manner explained the object and aims
of the corporation known as the Chi
cago, Nebraska, Kansas, and South
western railway company of which the
following is a brief ynnjis:
The company is composed of some
of the most successful enterprising en
ergetic business men and capitalists in
the state of Kansas- The company
waB incorporated in April last. The
proposed route has 'already been ex
plained in these columns. The com
pany ask our citizens to subscribe
tl, 000 towards defraying the expenses
of a survey, to be paid when the survey
is completed and Red Cloud UI be
made the northern terminus of the
road. A corps of engineers are now
surveying the line between Dodge City
and this place. They are expected to
amyejiere the later part of September.
ThciDiroctors of tho company will
leave,. Dodge City soon via. the new
line and maybe expected in Red Cloud
in the coufbc'of ten days or twoj.weeks
The following named gentlemen have
been appointed as a committee to look
after the interests of our city relative
to the proposed road .
R L Tinker chairman, J L Miner, .)
S Gilham, Henry Cook, M B McXiU
Edward Smith, Gilbert McKeeby. Our
citizens are wide awake'and are willimr
to contribute liberallyjas their means
will allow'and the merits of the new
enterprise may seem to warrant.
Voiland In this city, yesterday morn
in.c, of inilamatiou of the bowels,
Willie Voiland, aged eighteen years
The deceased was taken sick last
Tuesday, lie had been working for
Mr Barr, the 0 street jeweler, and
when sickness overtook him he was
taken to Mr. Barr'aroidence, where he
was given the bent of ;are. He was
not considered seriously ill the first
few days, and his parents, who live at
Chariton, Iowa, were not summoned
until a day or two ago. They immedi
ately came on, and were at the bedside
of their boy waen he passed away.
Willie was a promising young man,
and during his residence in this city
has made many friends whose sincere
sympathy is extended to the parents
in their allliction. The remains will
leave this morning over the B. fc M.
for Chariton, accompanied by the par
ents. Stat" Journal, Sunday, July 26.
Mr. Voiland will be remembered by
many of our citizens as tho genial
young man at one time in the employ
of Wright t Wallace jewelers. During
his brief sojourn here ho made many
friends who will regret to learn of his
New ENTKitritisB. A now firm
known as the Traders' Lumber ;Com
pany has -been incorporated with
the Jwell known and popular lum
. IT -.J. .M.M
ber dealer, Mr FE Goble as 6ecratary
treasurer and general mana
ger whose headquarters will be in
Red Cloud. The company have suffi
cient capital stock to prose
cute their business wth vigor and
success. Theyhavclopencdjthrcc or four
yards at various points in ;this state
and 'still there's more to follow.' The
company arc fortunate in the choice
of their chief executivo officer as Mr
Goble is a gentleman of sterling in
tegrity United with excellent business
qualifications, who will make a fcuc
cess of anythingjhe undertakes.
Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Desney returned
home from China last Friday evening,
after d sojourn of nearly a year's dura
tion in the "Flowery Kingdom." The
Doctor exnected to tarry ten year3
among the Mongolians but was called
back On account of Mrs. Denney'
mother. The worthy couple arc de
lighted with the cordial welcome ex
tended them by their numerous friends
since their return. The Doctor has
not as yet fully decided what his fu
ture course will be, possibly he may
again resume the practice of his pro
fession in this city. They have a large
collection of curiosities consisting of
little gods and other Pagan relics, se
cured as mementoes of their Oriental
Railway Commissioned. On last
Friday evening the Nebraska railway
commissioners, Messrs. Gere, Buschow
and Cowdry, accompanied by State
SecTetarv Rogcen and Superintendent
McCorniffof the B. fc M., arrived in
Red Cloud by special car over the B. &
M. The commissioners were driven
over the city with the railway officials
and were free to say .that Red Cloud
was a beautiful city. They wre finally
anchored at Case fc McNeny's law of
fice, and were visited by a great many
of our citizens, who were heartily
greeted in return. Later on they again
took the train for the west undercharge
of Superintendent Campbell.
We are not dead, nor driven out of
the city, but we have lots of screen
doors for sale at cost. Don't forget it
and come and see our stock. Doors
almost at your own prices.
Nebraska Lcmbei Co.
Notice is hereby given that tho ar
ticle of incorporation of the Nebraska
Lumber Comnany have been so amend
ed that the amount or capital stock
authorized is now Three Hundred
Thousand Dollars, the said additional
capital stock to be paid in at the call
of the beard of directors of said cor
poration en .or before the 1st dav of
R-D. J6XESr President
J. R. Piissos, Secretary. 52U
la TrSdance with the above conclus
ion the capital stock of the company
nised from $100,000 to $300,000
A amount will probably be still
lvT increased in the near future, as
thtTr rapidlv increasing trade will -oon
require a much largeroutlay of capital
than that at present employed.
TWey are now transacting thr largest
lupiber business of any company in
Nebraska, having already established
ards at nearly all the most important
commercial centers throughout the
-late and are continually cstablishihg
new ones wherever the trade will war
rant them in eo doing. Hating recent
ly purchaaed the entire cut of the P B
Champaign Lumber Company, of Wis
consin, amounting to over 5O,0UO,000
feet; also an extensive tract of timber
belonging to that company. Mr. P. B.
Champaign, one of the beat known and
most popular lumber dealers in north
ern Wisconsin, will have chaigc of the
purchasing department, while our pop
ular townsman, Mr R D Jones, Presi
dent of the company, will still contin
ue4as genera! manager of the company's
affairs in Nebraska, with headquarters
in this city. Mr R Stevenson well
known in this county will have full
charue of the Omaha business. Will
their Wisconsin connection the Ne
luoska Lumber Company is prcpar
to do the most extensive lum
business of any house in
state. Red Ucud is now
head center of four of the most
sive lumber companies in the
and still retains its well earned
tion of being the Gate City ot 1)
publican Valley, rand the metro
Soutnwestern Nebraska. The
takes great pleasure in chro
these continued evidences of it
C. F. Cather, the .gentlemanly
prietor of the Webster County
stract Office, has a number of intcre
ing heirlooms in the shape of dee
and patents granted to members of the
Cather family iu Virginia during the
eighteenth century. One deed of a
tract of land from Lord Fairfax, Baron
of Cameron, to Capt. Jeremiah Smith,
(Mr. Gather's great grandfather,) is
dated September 30, 1762. It is writ
ten on parchment, a splendid speci
men of penmanship remarkably well
preserved, and penned by tho hand of
the immortal Washington while acting
as secretary to Lord Fairfax. The land
has been in possession .of the Cather
family since the date of its issue until
some two vears since, when it was sold
to outside parties. Another deed is
dated January 14, 1752, and is also an
interesting document. Mr. Cather has
a number of other interesting docu
ments of more recent dates, the whole
forming a valuable and highly inter
The young ladies of the X IJ B Initial
society held their first festival in the
Methodist church on Tuesday evening
The members were neatly arrayed in
spotless white, with colored paper caps
and aprons 'actcfully decorated with
various designs. The committee on
entertainment consisted . of Misses
Lillielrimble. Blanche Feight, Eva
Bayha. Louise Moore, Gi'la Taylor,
Mary Forrester, who entertained their
numerous guests in the politest possi
ble manner. The receipts of the even
ing amounted to $15. The prcceds go
into the pew fund to aid in purchasing
scats for the church. The girls did
nobly, and are to be congratulated up
on the success of their first entertain
ment. Eloped. On last Friday two young
men from Salem. Kanoas, accompan
ied by two y6ung Indies, called on
Judge Yeiser to lie the matrimonial
knot. On investigation it wa3 learned
that they had eloped from the parental
roof bent on matrimony Tne Judge
very quietly complied with their wish
es, and on the morning train the
yonng couples wended their way west
ward on their wedding tour. On their
arrival at Palem a few days later the
father of the youngest girl proceeded
to larrup the fellow that married her
in good shape.
Os last Sunday The Chief reportori
al corps took a drive across the river
into Kansas, and back by Hicks post
ofilce. On the south side of the river
crops are splendid and the farmers are
Tery prosperous. At Hicks we met
our friend J. B. Stanser, proprietor of
the Hicks Creek cheese factory, and
postmister. The good brother is just
now full of business attending to his
store, factory and farm. He now has
about 400 cheese curing ic hh factory
for whicn he finds ready sale. We
wish him success.
To Creamery Patrons.
Owfrrg to the very unfavorable and
depressing condition of the butter
market, the hot weather, low prices.
etc., we have concluded to shut down
the creamery until cooler weather and
better prices make it more encourag
ing. Meanwhile we a&Jr the indulgence
of those holding cream checks
or accounts until the returns from bat
ter consignments are in.
Gzo. M. Plu:is & Bk?.
line of J
trons will forgj
try and not do si
crite had to tie unrm
the task was an undesu
every respect, on our part.
Passed From Earth. On last Sun
day evening, just as the sun was act
ting in the west, the spirit of Mrs.
Bertha M. Smith, took its fiight to the
laud beyond the blue- For more
than a year past Mrs Smith nail been
an acuto sufferer from that dreaded
and fatal discc, consumption. Yc
whibs aware that her life was lowly
ebbing away she never gave up, but
was always cheerful, declaring that
when called she was willing to go, al
though it would sever the ties that
were dearer to her than life itself. She
was only confined to her bed but one
short week before tho final coming of
the Angel of Death, and then pawed
quietly away amidst the sorrowing of
her beareaved husband, parents and
friends while yet in the bloom of life,
her age being only twenty -four year,
her little son having proceeded her to
the land of blias about one year ago.
She was united in Marriage to Mr.
Will II. Smith, about three year ago
with the brightest prospect for a long
and happy life. Her bereaved hua
baiu! and relatives have the heartfelt
sympathy of the community in this
their deepest atHiction.
On last Monday evening Alert Fire
Company No 1 met in Wallace's jcwel
if store. Quite a large number were
present rfnd the ranaa of the company
were filled to 40 members. On motion
a committee was appointed to confer
with the mayor and city council in re
gard to recognizing them as a depart
ment, after which the membership de
cided upon giving a grand ball at the
rink next Wednesday night for the
benefit of the company, ft ii to be
hoped that every effort put forth by
the company will be liberally patron
ized by the people. Tlierc is a great
necessity for a fire company and the
council should recognize the institu
tion and lend it waateVer aTd that it
The other day a Germ-J.i came to
this city fn great haee, alleging that
his team hid been stolen. On investi
gating the aflair a reporter for The
CiftEF discovf red that the old fellow
had attempted tQ trade team with a
band of professional (raveling horse
traders, who are Ifttle better than the
name applied to them" by the German.
and consequently easily inveigled the
German into swapping norses. They
offered the old German a crfance to
try their team and as eoon as he rot
them hitched up the horse triders
flitted." They were found, bowser
and were made to give back the leirn
The old fellow wu taught a severe lea
son, and next time he will know who
he U trading with.
Meat be temperate and know bow to
do job work. Pet manent sitnatioa for
right kind" bT )an. Wages $10 per
week. Apply cmrly. M.L. Thomas,
1 Holdrege, NeK
i m m
W. V. Overman negotiates farm
loans it a lowrate of inUrcit. ZTJ
in thin pi
tttttn ao u
idea on the del
Red Cloud Mud
can Rtand bote cm!
hot wind, and Mori
for God' take don't set
Talk ii cheap. f , ,
Geo Ball'a appearance In this par
last week cattVeu manj r.t Voting man.
to whinner "I'm Innocent Who aro
the guilty ? .
Johnnv OrndotJT paMrtlby Sunday
to attend Normal at Red Cloud.
Miner Doyle, of Welti, gave us a calf
W B Cramer'a oats yield 60 buiheU
per acre. ,
The young man who recovered rom
a severe attack of cholera infantum ia
no more. He journeyed louthward.
Oh, the butrgies at the post-oflic
Mr Pence and family were vbdtin
at Mr Hart's Sunday, also Mi Kva
W B Householder flifnifJ none so
good as the f7ter!y. ,
C I! Runt ia the bo macMnUt of
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meat Cj.. VtrA Wlntns. E X fluteus.-. Wfcri
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EFOCtOUD, - - yiBKA
Of&c-6Vtr Ferinsoa 4 Co'
ATTORNEY AT .
RED CIjOCD, - -Office
Ore the Po
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