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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1886)
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To the Farmers.
Farm loans negotiate! through W.
P. Overman can be paid u the otxl of
any year without a bonu-. Kates at
low as the lowe-t Monov ftinifehon
promptly. Ollicc over city "drug stored
O Per ContFarm Loan.
'Hie Nebraska. Farm Lopn Co. ivjll
make you n loan on von farm at
straight 9 per cent and furrmh the
rr.onrsy without anv dc-Uv. Call on
thorn in the Ked Cloud National Hank
V,y ( rdcr of the fjr.i!id Chance'.Ior of
of the Junlio'nm f N hra'-ka, Calan
the Lodge, No l!- Knight's of Pythia.
or a many thereof a? ran attend, are
detailed to institute a 'odge at Blue
J I ill on SaUirday night, Mav 15, ISSG.
Alt Kiugtitt in t;ood standing arc re
quested to assemble at the Castle Hall
at 1 1 30 . m. Halunlay, ami go from
thereto the depot to take t'.ie freight
for Blue Hill. Train leaves at n little
after 12 o'clvk. Ky ordjr of
F Br uwikook. C U.
A. C. HoeMKK, K K ri.
Bex Ijuudmv ha returned from his
1'he "S. O." house in beuzg overhaul
ed and repaired.
J. M. TEAriiwoBTii ii building nu
addition to hi house.
Tut $2 budge bet was decided in
t.ivor of the woman, and domestic
felicity again reigns supreme.
The most euccewdul strikes are the
slipper strike. Tbcy usually take
p'aoc in Uie wood uhed.
.Mr. II. FBtt.Hr and daughter,
Blanche, expect to start soon for a
few wanks visit at Webster Citj, Iowa-
THKduden present a sUmuing ap
peamnce arrayed iu their two dollar,
Ik lted "Mother Hubbard" "hnnd-me-dwns."
A sTKANomt nanu-il Cahill hailim;
trum the Green Mountain state wat on
the pm-jam lint Tuesday, requiring two
nieii to hold him.
Ske the beautiful Kepublican blufl?,
tiey toil not, neither do they spin, yet
Solomon in all bis glory was not
..rrayed like one of these.
Titos. ujhs had a valuable bull,
half short-horn and half Hoisteiu. The
ii umal is lea than two years old and
tip-, the beam at 13uo pounds.
1 )it. TfLLKYa i" a Mtccess as a floncul
tuii.st. The grounds surrounding hi
n -idence present a pleasing contiast to
tlu- alnujbt liarrcn plains ol the early
Mits. CiiAnK, sister of- Mrs. A.. J.
Kcnnoy of this place, with -whom she
has boon visiting tor n lew weeks, luih
returned to her home in Atlantic,
1 iik entire force of W. I, telegraph
lin-v 4enger at the depot, consisting of
M.iler llariy Taylor struck on
W vdnebdaT. Will these labor troubles
r be adjusted ?
C. C. Johnson is pasturing the town
. . id. The bold dashing cowboys inke
mutftoinc hearts of the "tender-ii.-t"
while escorting the lowing kinc
t-i .uid from their respective places of
W. N. Richardson's horse was
Lightened by a hog jumpimr from a
n .ii;on, Tuesdn and ran away, man
iing to fracture bis skull in the melee
M r. nhchardsou was ollered $22, for
t'.e honsea few minutes previous to
: t accident.
oi'nu child of W. y. Visschcr
'tempted Jo masticaiea can of con-
titrated lye Tucfeday, but faildl ti
.mUlie enough to cause serimis re.-ults.
V.i rents should exercise the utmost
1. 1! e toward their otlspriug where so
:u. uh be-uig is going ou.
While Will Kuehn was engaged
i . mting corn on t.ie aternal honie--tvad
a few miles south of Ked Cloud
:ieday recently, two ungodly individ
. tls stole a bag of seed corn. Will
:u.un;cd a horse and pursnetl the mis-
- ants, recovering the corn by aid or
Hesky Li'Duw. the geuial young
t ntlcuian whose pleasant smiles and
i,ivating manners have been a
i uistant source of attraction at the
weln- store of Wright & Wallace for
:he past two years, has ate pted the
lxsition of electrical diatributor at the
depot, vice Harry Taylor lesigned.
When ex-Treasurer Charlie Bu-
.vw arrived at his home in thi city
ionday lat, he was mlroiluced to hia
ouugesi daughter, whose arrival oc
i urred during his absence. Miss
Buachow has announcevl her intention
' reniainin: with her parents, and
r.iakins: Ked Cloud her future home.
Our public schools close next month 1
:or the long vacation. This will afford '
the impatient kids an ample oppor- - Mouschang. E J. Peterson, C. H.
t inty toiVh and raised) watermelons, ii J: JK??', -rc Callum, H.
i l i- ,k, :,.:... ., Hunter, 15. 1 Hudson, i. kuer, .
1 I infer the eflicient mana-ement of'.t iik t.- t- i.u.i m- i v.i...
1 rotessor 1 lekmg and his able eorp- of Kent, Geo. Martin, E. Harrison.
4 assistants, our sclioola have made rapid
progresa and w ill soon rank among the
best in the state.
I As will be seen elsewhere in
cohunns ih. F.nh AveaM Ho.
1 luitv nikon f. ir tlio .. t. ...... . .1.
i ,,.. ,.i,... .. ...v v.iiiini.jn.-iii ui nit,-
weary pilgrim sojourning from
The young man desiring a boa
place with all the comforts of hoir
i . . l l i .
aim meaia use nis motner usetl to get,
or the farmer yi-iting the Gate City
and in need ol a go( d square nical and
a nights lodgiug. Light airy rooms,
wholesome fare, moderate charges.
Ciurvs June 3, leafi. Don't forget
Joe Sai..ijk.v lost a valuable horse
C. G. Eusris will go to Cuiti, Xeb.,
in a (aw days.
Mit. Wiu. McDanikw' brother is
visiting in the city,
Kou.0 Shuoakt. of Guide Kock, was
in the city Sunday.
Kev. K. K. ItiCHAitDsoN. of Crete, was
in the city Tuesday.
The brother and family ol L. If. Fort
are visting in the city.
The estimate of the city council for
special bridge fund is 2,000.
Mil?. H. F. Kinsey woh in the city
this week attending a lawsuit.
Mi .Siukev. sister oi John and K.
V. Hhirey, wa- in the city this week.
JirtADKRooK, the photograplier on
4th Avenue, has a handsome new sign.
Mayor Tinker is rusticating among
Uie western cowboys, taking in the
Mn. Sauin, of Guide Kock, has :e
turnwl from California, where he baa
O. E. Conuad killed thirteen prairie
wolyes the other day in tne north part
of the county.
G W. If.wvi.ny, wife and family, go
to New York state, via the tai'in
route next week.
The new sidewalk to the depot on
Cedar Street was oidered on Thursday
night by the council.
Wvt.-on's dray upset in front of T. C
Hacker's grocery hoiue and spilled
out thing? in general.
J. W. Avdkews, the "inter-nationnl
liar" from Catherton, was doing our
city Saturday and Monday.
Several new street crossings have
been put in on Seward street, for which
the pedestrians are thankful.
The Ked Cloud Milling Company nijl
pay GO cents per bushel for good wheat
that will teat 57 or 5S pound. 11 tf
The woodwork of Sheritr Scott's new
house is completed and the phiaterera
are putting on the flniahing touches.
.1. L. Kai.ey is li.ing up and beauti
fying his handsome residence on North
S ward street. Jake has a fine resi
dence. Titos. Vai-;h.s of Walnut Creek,
drew a splendid new Union sewing
machine from the Omaha Keca priyu
The city clerk is busily engaged in
compiling the city ordinance-.. When
completed they will he- printed in
Pearl Smith, daughter of Deputy
Sheriff" Ed. Smith, broke her arm in
two plaees a few days since, by fal'ing
trom the sewing machine.
K. V Shieey, cashier of the Ked
Cloud National Bank, bus gone to
Connecticut and will viiit i-evcral
eastern cities on businc-.
A NUMHER of brethren jf the Damon
and Pythias persuasion will proceed to
Blue Hill on Saturday for the purpose
af organizing u lodgo of the Knudits of
Tin's far the city school board have
applications from 35 school inarms for
positions in the public school, and still
the returns are not all in, at the pres
S. V. Lri.ow, the south end grocer,
was closed up by creditors on Monday
Mr. Ludlow is one of our best towns
men and The Chiee hopes that he will
be able to resume his business aoou.
Alon.o Cire, of Catherton, has gone
we-t to recuperate. He was accom
panied bv James Connor and LeKoy
Cure. The patty will do the sand hifl
dee-strict of Colorado and search for
Ot'K agricultural friends do not come
to town these pleasant days unless
they have to. They are uo busily en
gage! at home planting 15 cent corn.
We hoin to .ee them harvest a thirty
cent crop as a leward of their industry
lT-eenithat the manager- of the
Chicago. Nrbraska, Kansas v South
vest ern radway arc still at work getting
bonds tor the road. Sr far there are
about $300,000 voted by the various
eounties. and several counties yet to
vote. Wo hope to see work commence
G.vuFir.i.n Post No. $0, have guar
anteed $1 1 1 for the new Sons of Veter
an's band. Some $35 or $ 10 additional
has also been raised by -ub-enpuon
for the same purpose. We houe ere
long to -ee the noble kid- of the vet's
supplied with a complete band equip
ment. J. A. Crawford, proprietor of the
1th Avenue Hotel has opened his
house and is ready for business. Mr.
Crawford will make a pleasant landlord
and we bespeak for the Fourth Aveuuc
Hotel a good patronage. The house
is newlv furnished from bottom to loo
See his advertisement in another col
umn. The following are the petit jurors
for June term. Nelson Rirtlett, John
iNrmtt v n ii.,.,,,.,.i i.- n u.f..i..-
sGn. H. Maurer. A. Arni?on. O. Conrad. I
S. Henton. Win. Arnold. Ed. Metcah,
The Farmers' and Merchant's Bank
ing Company have opened their doors
tbo the public and are ready for busi- !
jue-s I tin company have very pleis-!
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"iiuKing ou-mess. i.e chief wisnes
nronnetor of tho Hnlam
lloiiae. is vice-nrfTitMf. n.l V
Garber, who for number of vcars was !
connected with the B. & Si. 1W at
vmatia, is the cashier. .The company
start out withKrilliant prosDccts for
afar. l"em success and prosperity. Our old '
rdugMrf'lui 1Io-tlis Garber, ex-governor S
it -:wr'laKa. preautent; Ueorge J.
-,i Holland, nronrintnr nf !. HiHtl '
The soda fountains are in full bla?L
For toilet articles go to City Phar
macy. Ked Clouo ought to have a canning
Wm. Ditkek, KiQ., is in Chicago on
A full line of patent medicines at
Gi's Lautekbach has gone west for a
few dav- recreation.
Srnt.vo has come. The "grind organ"
fellows are coming.
Dk. Kmioh's house shines recplend
ent in a new coat of paint.
Sm SofEi. of Walnut Creek ia going
to Oregon oon for hia health.
Wm. MrAvoy has purchased the J.
M. Hogg farm on Walnut Creek.
The City Clerk has a large supply of
bra--e for dog license purposes.
Wm. MUJo.n i.d, ot Catherton bought
a line -ct of new harneaa this week.
Mrs. G. W. Ci.ine returned from a
visit to Clay Count Saturday evening.
Sherwin Williams paints at City
Pharmacy A guarantee with every
John Stouev has moved to Ked
Cloud where he will remain in the fu
ture. I). Bartholomew received word
thii week that his father had died in
Peak A Latta, of Lowies, wer?
pleasant callers at these headquarter-:
Now i- the time to get your furni
ture. Car load just received at
Karl eaton, a nephew of Henry
Cook lias taken a position with J. J.
Ducker &. Co.
Special sale of ladies shoes for next
3u days at Golden Kagle. Kead large
In our issue of last week we omi'.tcd
the name of Mr- G. W Dow, treasurer
of the hulicaaul society
Sjiceial sale of huhes shoe- for next
30 days at the Golden Kagle. Kead
Chu.ley Johnson has puichased the
fine Jer-ey bull of C. G. Kustis. The
animal is a thorough-bred.
The Amboy Milling Company will
pay GO cents per bushel for good wheat
that will test 57 or 5S pounds II tf
Boys' blue flannel sailor siiiL- at the
Golden Kagle clothing store at $1.50
and upwaida. Don't forget ft.
Plumb Bros', fired a large kiln of
brick on Wedne-day. They are also
making v ell brick for curbing wella etc.
The Jl'lnul has passed into the
hand- of Grant Ludlow. We hone the
IMnut in Grant'a hands will be a suc-cc-4-.
Mrs. HulavisKI and her mother,
.Mis. B Plummer, have returned from
Chicago. Our good brother is therefore
The.M. K. Church had a general
cleaning up Wednesday. The interior
of the church was nicely cleaned up
by the ladies.
F. K- (ioiile, who has been absent
from home lor the past week or so in
the intere-t of the Traders Lumber
Co., ha- returned.
'1 iik Ladie's Aid Society will moet
at the residence of Mrs. (J. K. C'naney
Friday afternoon. A huge ami early
attendance is rie-ircd.
Wm. Hoofer, of Judaon, is now en
gaged in singing "hush little baby,
don't you cry, you'll be an angel bye
and bye. ' I'siial weight.
Mi SvntK II vrt, sister i.f Mrs. F.
V. Taylor, came in Tuesday evening,
and left Wednesday morning for her
claim in Cheyenne county, Kansas.
The Missouri Pacific railway are
about to extend their line to Salem
from Burr Oak. Wc presume it will
not be long before they reach Ked
A.MONCr the various strikes all over
the country, we learn of several light
ning strikes. One peculiarity of these
strikes is the fact that they admit of no
John O. Yeiser, the eminent barris
ter, .Votary Public, et. al. ha recently
tmreha-ed lota on Webster Street.
There may be in ltrimonial significance
in the transaction.
The W 11. C. will meet at Masonic
Hall next Monday afternoon. All
members are earnestly requested to be
present aa there i- business of import
ance to be attended to.
The B. it M. folks arc repainting
and filing up the interior of the eating
house W e have as fine an eating
house as there is in the west. Bob.
Furst is the handsome manager.
Key. II. N. Po.vn, of Hubbell, has
moved his lamiiv to Ked Cloud and
will as-ume the pastorate of the Prea
bvterian church of tins place. Services
next Sabbath morning and evening.
The assessor's tooks, of Pleasant
Hill township, will be at the oflire of
the town cWk on Tuesday, May J5,
1SS6, and open for inspection and
correction. Those having grievances
please take notice.
Mrs. W. P. Watson has returned
home from Ohio, where she has been
for several weeks, Park is very happy
and wear- a bland smile on his phiz.
Mrs. Watson brought with her from
Ohio a fine red bird.
Wm. Bvrkett, of Judson, and two or
three other farmers of that locality,
sent to Philadelphia after potatoes tor
seed. It was quite a speculation; the
potatoes cost $2 for a bushel and the
express $3.50, total $5.50. .Right valu
The Chief, as usual, last week per
formed a graceful straddle on the New
Republic outrage. -In;
How about the Argus-eyed young
man's straddling and abstracting the
original manuscript for the "New Re
At Amboy on Sunday night a young
man named Mason attempted to rare
a girl named Minnie Wilde, a domes
tic employed in the family of J. Q.
Potter A warrant was issued, but
Mason skipped to St. John's country
before the officer?' could nab him.
Advertised letters for the week
ending Mav 10. 1S6: Tom Townred,
Toylf Lucas, Mrs. jielissa McCulley,
Harry Ochenudeo. Mrs- Minnie Mc
Fan, Jas. Richie, Harry Rider. J. H.
Sloane, T. M. Salislum. Andrew Bar
clay, John H. Clark, Chas. D. falconer.
Extensive pepAratio:u are boiitg
for their camp fire to be held next
week, ediieadav, jiay 19, in tfte
court house park. (en. John M
Thayer. Commander of the Depart -ment
of Nebraska! ami other promi
nent speakers from nbroad. will be
prerent. llie program for the occas
ion has not as yet been complete!, bet
visiting guests can come witn the as
surance of being weil entertained and
haring a rousing good time. The Rod
Cloud veterans are noted for their
enthusiastic hospitality. Tne patriotic
fire burns as brightly on the altar of
their hearts today as it did in the
memorable days 4 ' '06. Cone to
Red Cloud on Wednesday and enjoy
the ditv and evening with them.
Au Rovolr, Willio.
After dumping a column full of the
most sickening slush into the HdmH
on Tuesday. Willie King shook the
du-t of Red Cloud from off hia feet, and
took his departure witn the unanimous
consent of this community. In the
future according to his own version,
lie is to be a "sattelluc (whatever that
means) iu the Omaha limit I print
ahop. However, if Omaha ha any use
for it, they can hare it. Rod Cloud is
not stuck on that kind of 'snuHlitic''
cats Finally, in reference to Willie's
departure we have only to say "good
riddance to bad rubbish." Red
CloudV. prosperity i-. now aaeitred.
It i- announced that the is-ue of the
second volume of Genenl Grunt's
Memoirs nas been again postponed,
the publiahers now not expecting to
get it out before May 10 'Hie book
has a hundred more pages than the
first volume contained. There are
nearly double the number of cuts there
were "in the former, and there are two
steel engravings, one of them, the
troutistuece, being a portrait of Gen
Grant from a photograph taken when
he win in command of all the armies
Red Cloud delivery about the iXKh
instant. Kindly request all subscrib
ers to be ready to receive look at that
time Willi- G. Brown, Agent.
Roiand Lavtov, late proprietor of
the Carson 'Iowa) CrUic, ia in the city,
and will soon commence the publica
tion of another paper here. UUw JIUI
TiieChiei- extends the sympathetic
hand. It's no picnic to establish and
make a success ol a newspaper in a
wild western hamlet.
The ladies ot the Union are inform
ed that the New Republic have been
sent to each petitioners of the saloon
license, gratuitously, and many have
accused the lawyer that obtained those
uamep; we wish to inform them it is not
so. By order of the W. C T, L".
There will be a meeting at the In
dian Creek chee-u factory Mondav
evening May IT, for the purpose of
organizing a stock company for man
ufacturing chee-e ami earn mg on
merchandise business. All persona
feeling interested are requested to be
H . L. Luce.
Thomas' inks at City Pharmacy.
A good span of horses for sale at
Howell Bros lumberyard. 10 tf
Boys' long hose at the Golden Kagle
Ladies' cheap hosiery at Mrs. New
hoiise'i. Punts and oils of all descriptions at
Two rooms fjr rent. Inquiroof W
y per cnt loans at the Nebraska it
Kansas FarmLoRii Co.
Go to G. W, Kline's for fresh home
made candie-, cigars, etc.
Fresh home made candies at G. W.
Chne's. Call and see him.
InsI'RE vour property with C'nas.
Schallhit, Red Cloud, eh 30tf
The Nebraska it Kan-as Farm Loans
Co. have plenty of money to loan.
A nice line of dry goods will be sold
but very cheap at Mr-. Newhousc 's.
A good team of horses for Bale. In
quire of Joseph Graves, Red Cloud, tf
A fine line of baby carriages at F
V. Taylor's, aiiccessor to R. L. Tinker.
For cheap farm loans call at the law
ofli:e of Chanev it Bentlev, Red Cloud,
Ne. 37' f
"Sorgo's Boquet" best plug tobacco
in town at City Pharmacy.
-ood farm for sale or rent. A I
furnished. Apply to Joseph Graves
Red Cloud, Neb. 10 tf
Boys' suits from $1.50 and upwards
Imen's suits from $3.50 and upwards, n
the Golden Kagle.
J. H. Smith will put' up lightning
roils lor 25 cents per foot. Tne very
bfst steel roils Used.
I will sell cr exchange for young
stock at my residence i:i Red Cloud,
one 3 inch Studebaker wagon, one 3
horse 1G Inch aulkey plow. onoJ'J inch
stirring plow one. iron corn sheller.
Before you buy your furniture, and
wish to save money, go to Forroster'a
He buys by the car load.
Henry Ck now has the most
complete slock of wall paper, shades,
etc., m the Republican Valley.
You can find the largest stock and
the best make ol boots a ad shoes, at
lowest prices, at the Gulden Eagle.
Pop. soda nater, lemonade, ginger
ale, birch beer, etc. at G. W. Chile's.
All fresh and nice. Call and see him.
Don't f.ul to call and get my prices
before buying furniture
F. V. Taylor,
Tinker's Old Stand.
Wanted. A girl to do general
housework. Inquire at M. B. McNitt's
Wall paper at Cit Pharmacy.
For sale or rent A good store room
in south Red Cloud. A nrsf-diss lo
cation for a competent business man.
Inquire of W. E. Jackson. 33tf
Parlor suits, bed room suits, drcss
ers, dining room and kitchen furniture
in abundance Lawn chairs and sal
es, picture irarues, etc
A woman lor laundry work, aad
dining roou girls, at oacc, a; B. C- 31,
eating house. 3tf
Wall Paper at Cose
Cotting has some Hue samoles of
wall paper th3t he is otlering At cost
to close out. Also a beautiful stock of
new patterns at very low puces. A-j
fine hoe of borders, ceding paper, etc
It will b to your interest too see hun
before buying. .
M. C. Jackson nude hb aao-aJ rit
to our tonn ut wtrk m th ejaci:r I
of a&sti." or
D B. Be net harf rocooUy nwde
soma impror entente oa hi tjlermtor
building Kad has al-so had a well poi
doifu m his - ock j-ani.
G W We:U put up a windauU h
week ior C W Kullttr.
Maxwell & Lmn;oa are tha bo
borers, and hara amde ;eyerxl aw
wells in Cwlee recenilr
J H. Shugiu-t. r-,of Guide Hoc.
was in Cow lea ls week.
C- S. Sill, the nunrsnee man w iu
town this etk
K. S. Reed tuu okl his tarm to
Douglas Terry, and ulk of goinf U
T J Ward's moth or haa returnl
from her protracted visit in Virginia
ncorwnpmed by a number her reli
tires and ok! neighbors, who hare
come to make Nebraska their future.
home. We bar noC luamed their
names, but understand that they are
favorably impreaseu with this portion
of tn e country
We are informed that Red Good t
in favor of teiephomc connocUon witli
Cowle and Blue Hill, and tha rst vf
mankitul. Al! right With CowIob as
a center we think such au enterprie
would be ben ileal to Ounle Ruck.
InarHle, Red Cloud, Blue Hill and all
the outlying districts renerally.
Khm Chance and .1 II Brown were
in Dundy county that eek looking for
government laud. Mr Brown has
returned, having located a timber
claim in Weld county, Colorado He
sn a that part ol coiorado is the fin at
country iu the wast
A . H . Lmebarger waa :n Ked Dowd
on business Wednedrtr.
Mrs D B. Buuck is'batne from her
isit at Ashland
'I he B A M. people are making
some needed improvements on their
de;ot here thi eek.
Our butcer shop i again clwseti for
Our bank will -oon le in operation.
Carpenters are at work this week ren
ovating the building.
What we do neetf in Cowle is a good
harness shop, anotbvr stock of general
merchandise, aod n good retnurmit,
aa .ve candidiy oeheve eilbei wouhl
pnivo a od 111 vestment
Frank Beers has treated his house
to a new coat of paint. He has now
the nicest painted house in the city.
M.J Turner wai behind the brtwh.
Fine growing weather.
Small grain looking woll.
There is quite a good deal of last
years' corn to gather yet.
Some of our neighbors wishing to
improve their otato crop, sent back
eat fur a now variety.
TheM.K Quarterly meeting hold
at Prairie Vitw. wiis a siicces-. Bro.
Boieourt, Presiding Kldor, preacheil a
well studied dtrctnir-ic from the PJth
chapter of Romans and first two
some farmora are busy planting
The election to vote bonds for a new
school house will be held at the school
house on the 15th. Turn out and
bring your wive Sid.
For Snlo Household Goods
Consi-ling of stoe-. bed-teads and
mattre-ce-, chair-, table-, carpets, lc .
iill new and in good condition. Will
he Mld iheap Ca.l at Congregational
parson:g next dor wel of J H.
Ferma'.'- r-iden e
Rev J (J Aikmn.
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GOLD AND SILVER
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White GokU illlow Slimns.
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four prizi July 4th. 13$6.
First Prize $20, Second Prize $15,
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