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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1886)
The Red Cioud gMW & co
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FRIDAY. JUNE IS, 18SG.
Wk arc contemplating offering a
premium for the biggest liar in town.
Jt might be a- monoy-making scheme
for those who haven't any particular
calling to practice a little. Hive Hill
Don't do it, dear brother! or you
may have a bigger job paying out
premiums than you anticipated. Com
petition would run high, and the
f 11 nvjj that would claim the prize
would he legion, we are afraid, m IJlue
First Day Three minute trot for
purse of $71. li:3l trot for purse of
$100. Running race, quarter mile
and repeat, purse $40.
Second Day 2:41 trot, purse 100
County trot, purse $50. Running race
half mile and repeat, purse $00.
Third Day Three-year-old trot,
purFe $75. Free for all trot, puree $i!00
Naielty running race firet to quarter
po it $10; first to half post, $15.
The price of admission to the
xgrf::round arc single admission 25 cents-:
children from 8 to 15 years old, fifteen
cents; single horse, 1h cents; double
rig, 50 cents.
Nuptials. One of the prominent
social cvenU of the season took place
at Riverton, on Thursday, June 17. It
was the occassion of the marriage cel
ebration ot our young and estimable
friend, (Jeorge Young, brother of Johh
Young of this city, who was joined in
the holy bonds, of matrimony to !i.-s
Nellie OuLson, one of Unci ton's
charming young ladies. Mr. Young
is well known both in Riverton and
this city, as is Ids bride, and Tin:
Ciiii:f takes great pleasure in congrat
ulating the happy couple on the event,
and we hope that their joys and pleas
ures may be many. They will settle
in Red Cloud for Ihe future, where
(Jeorge will resume his po.-ition in
Athow tfc Young's dry goods house.
F. C. Wixto.v, well known to our
Ked Cloud people, a resident here for
many year, but lately of K'iverlou. lias
closed oy.t his store there a,tyAj.i.,tur.
!men-VrD;Fon('.-i.'rVnM- in tin-
city, and t.ill in the liitui- tun that
ousine.-s. alung v. Jin u lir-t -ri.t-s -lock
of haidwinc. Mi. niton i- a llmr
ough bii-iiif-s man ami undri-tand-thu
wants of the trade in hoth lines
that he will deal in, and Tin; i'iiiiif
notes his rhange of base with pleasure
lie will occupy Fori ester's old stand
until the new bank block is put uji.
when he will move into one of the
rooms. Tin: (im:i welcome- Mr.
Wintoii and family to lied "loud
iig-iin, and wishes him piu-perity and
success. See his new advertisement
on the lira! page of to-day's Cini.r.
weather of the past week has
botn. extremely hot until the rain of
TucjAiv morning which reyived droop
ingi'ifcreution and gladdened the
heartiiof the tiller- of the oil.
O Ti lark is building an addition to
fcLj Pratt packed hi trunk and
boartfft the train last Tuesday, bound
for th R'ikicV to spend the hum
0. C I Jen net t is off again on btisi
nesSlftis time to Mt. 1'leasant, Iowa.
I j. C'ilbort started on Tuesnay for
Kicli brg- N. Y., his former home. He
expeulf to return soon and bring his
fauiiljjnjuth him to make this their
J.jjnodgra.-s i putting the fiuish
ing Kothca on the Cowles hank build -
Strawberry Festival, m
The people of Cowles find vicini,
gave a strawderryaiid ice cream fes
tival Thoridav evcniiiir. June 10. for
hail : hail: hail: hail :
Kurraera of Nelr-ka. iumre your cr ;r g crj m t .e
tor of the "owle- Herald
made ahort u-it to Cuide Rock, the
first of the wn-k.
The riiik hi 1 be open for .-kaiim; on
MondnyJu! 5 during the day, and
tor a dan at nigh J.
Win.jLaverty iJ about to open a
meat i iark t in oule-. Success to him
. 1 u.i r i a- removed his farmlv
. . . . .. . .
to Jus iun.iiir re-idence adjoining
town. Wiiili-Id occutiie-. tiie buildint:
vacatedbv Mr. Fulier.
... ,r .
I wo large lio- oj our town met in
the htrcef one day this week and un
dertook: to --tt!-a difficulty by trying
to exw.'-rain.i'e each Other. . peace
officer nrnwd on tne -.cene in time to
prevent biood-bel and tiie loss of hair
llie Odiigieational churcti is this
week Leir' s.i:eil wilfi chair-, and
will be leu. ated on Sunday .June 20.
A cordinlyiiMt.itioii is extended to all
to be pr'jtfCii'.
.laspm B'-rry took the train lor Col
orado Wednesday morning. !oing
to look nroutitl a little. ' J.. If.
A nice ruin on iat Monday night.
bood, buti!not enollirli.
, u ho stalled for Texas
mu time a.-L is now
It is too drv down
Again-t lo r damage by Ha. 1" compa .- !ln o! -iet, !arg
in the state, wstn a-: t.i K.. mid a. is .tmountin to ..r
Conservative sn iL- m.in.ijemei. it w. '. n.t write to exceod 160 tk jn nv
section, conseiuent!y an earl ajp j. Aon i- neve-sftry. Iit srason tht
Company instirOil Thousands of Acre t J rowing crop; for tfie tnrm. of
Xefra.-ka, and paid its numerous !. t- !romptly and hienilly :m1 to thy
entire satisfaction of ita many claimant-. F r further jMUtictilarj inq'i.r o
C. L. WINFREY, Agent.
At Sheriff? Office, Red Cloud, Neb.
in a sclio r :
on his vH'TAhu k
there ci lor him.
'Pmall giain uai hurt ycrv much bv
Iv President Cleveland complied
witli all reUe.-t- for a lock of hi- h.ni
his head wottl ! be as bare a- a billiaid
ball in less than a we.-k. (hie l.ulv
from Indianapolis has wntttn lhat she
is noor, and asks the ine-ident to in
struct his barber to hwward to her all
the hair cut from the executive heads
.She propo-es to make this hair into
Cleveland charms and sell them to
gentlemen to wear on their watch
chains. Another per-on in litchmond.
Ya., wants the hair to stuff a piu-ciish-iMi
made of -ilk, taken from an old
Fnited States Hag. Kx.
If tinner will forward u a tuft of
his hirsute aiyiend.iges bv mail po-t-
paid. we will see that it is propeily
utilized, the rat.- are terrible thick in
some portions of Nebraska.
the diy weather.
Mr. llolsuorth .-nvs that if there had
come a tain two or three weeks ago
he would hae had another HjUU boxen
of straberrus. Ai it is now he can
not supply the demand for his best of 1.
Corn was looking quite bad before
the rain on .Monday eyening.
D. F. Tennant ha- moved into his
hoi.-e, which he is iminting now.
I ncle l.iun. Wiutoti has repaired and
otherwise fixed up his barn winch was
unrooted by the wind storm some time
ago. -,o that ho has a nice barn now.
I). M. Piatt is buying up young
cattle now to ld tor fall shipping.
Fanner- would do well to see him
before selling el.-euhere.
Mi.-. Djck-on and and .Mr. Clay pool
have been on the sick list, but are im
I'M. McCune has purchased a bran
ew top buggy for h:.- wife to ride in.
Sleeper and Siis were the maker-.
Hob Harris lias a new windmiii. An
"IndtiMr.i" mill shows lhat its owner
is an industriiu- man.
I wish that the editor of Tiik Ciiikf
would go and interview the weather
piophet and see when we are going io
have another rain, as my watery abode
is becoming o small that the mid
beat.- down meicilessly upon the head
I BH I . - -
Zlritfz .-'weorasKa and lowa insurance
and the hall was crowded to its fulle-t
capacity, all did ample justice to the
bountiful repa-t -ct before them. It
was thought that the total rcccipt.
could he -oinewhat incrca-ed by the
arrangement for two tables, and the
leaders of each striving to see which
could secure the greater number to
eat their table. Accordingly, table
No. 1 was superintended by Mr-.
Chance, assisted by Mrs. Kdsou and
Mrs. Foe. and table No. '1 wa- super
intended by Mrs. Ruzick. a-i-ted by
Mr-. Fuller and Mr-. ."Miodgra. .
Roth table- were a credit to the place
and it is hard to .-ay which deserve
the ino-t praise. Some thought that
table X'. - wa a little the luo-t
showy, and it certainly was a marvel
of neatne-s and beauty, but a.- table
No. 1 received a little the nio-t ca-h.
we do lit .c feel like expr--ing our
opinion a- to the superior merit- of
-ither table over the other. The
ladies of table N. 1 wi.-h to expre-.-their
thank- to all who helped in the
ent.-rpri-e. and e-peciall. to Mr. Gil
frl for the u-e of dishes ami beauti
fd bnquet"; to P-:ik & Latta fur use
li-.he- to Mr-. Ward for buuuet; t
Mr. ami Mr-. Iiiing.ttii for u-e of
hall ami general help, and to the
yuing ladies who helped arrange and
wait upon the table. The ladies of
table No. - wish to ex pre. their sin
cere thanks to all who rendered as
sistance, and e-pecially the young
waiter-. Mi-.-es Mable Wright. Nettie
l'ab-n. Kosi Middiet'Ui and Hora
Narl. for the neatnes- ami ili-pateh
with which they di-eharged their
wok. We are plea-ed to record that
.1 r II. r ii i ii i
tin- juung ioiks oi i owie.- nal alto
gether too much re.-pect for them
sdvis and the Sabbath Selmol cau.-e
to engage in daueing after the festi
val as wa- thought by some thev
would. The receipts of the evening
were l.'ll'.Sl. which will be spent in
purchasing a Sunday-School library.
.1. M. C.
CHAS, BUSCHOW, President. E. F HIGHLAND. Vlco-Presldent
Fobt. V.SHIREY, Troasurer J. A. TULLEYS SoctoUtrv
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FARM LOAN CO.
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA.
r.d.Joih-, (i.n'K ii.v -n.ro, in- .- .u i: it p.-
K. F. Highland O'c. R. l 'and. ! m. P.att .. .1 .:-. .
in improved laruii in Nebr.k.iand Ktn-.i. .Mnev t i t . . -; 1 a- p. ! the
security i approve! Principle iti-t interest paval-le m lietl Ci.ujd.
OFFICE IN Rl. Cl.ot I) . i Io.N" M. I'.ANK r.l'lLPINtJ.
FOR HAR(;INS !
AND WALL PAPER.
Kintal r.ittuni the Market. aK-) PainK ii-. i n:- a
Ti tmdk imn
- -WII.I. .MAKK
There is certainly
I'ne imli.-criniiiiate wav
n sense to
1 lav ng j-itle-
walks. a-5 has been the eu-toin in Ihi
eily. It seems Jo us that a sidewalk
should at lea-t jibe once i:i awhile,
and not be laid down iike the weav
ing:? of a Miake. Especially is thi-s the
case with the walk on eward .-tieet
from I'ivislon stieet lo ;. . Melan
iels' resilience. The walk does not
match in any one instance, but nm
all ovei the prairie. This is not the
only case in the city either. For that
matter there's hardly a walk that i
laid down right. It seems to n? that
all walks should be put down under
the supervision of the street commis
sioner, maishal or some one. ami not
allowed to Pe laid helter-skelter all
ovei thestieets It should be the
business if "he council to see that the
walks are laid right anu we hope tint
they w.ll attend to it
Quarterly meeting at Plaiuview Sat
urday evening, .lune .. and Sur.day
he -JOth. Kid er Allen presiding.
Mr. llaller rveived severe injuries
from a vicious hor-e last week.
Mr. Cook, brother of Mrs. .1. I..
Frame, was vi-iting m this part hist
week. He is pleased with our coun
try. Mr. lirowu and wife, of niooniingtou
were visiting at .1 hn McC.ilIum's and
Thomas -Mather's last week.
Dr. Wakeman is kept going day and
Oscar Jeffrey has gone to seek a
home in the far west.
IJritton. Cure and O'Connor have
returned from Kansas. KiUiOT.
Very warm weather at present.
Am boy i- crying lor a store
Hay at the union depot, Amhoy.
Folly ltrothers are on a trip we
looking up Nome business matters.
"VI I I! ... ii.
.u. i.. vnase spent i lies. lav
Constantly emigrants are calling for
things that a store cjuld supply were
there one here. Cannot somoenc
come and belt) us out in this '.'
Mr. .1. Stickle, one of Amhoy V young
millers, contemplates leaving this
week for his home in Hiawatha, Kan
Mis. Ooodwm, grandmother to Mrs. S.
Shanon. is visiting at this place.
Miss Wright Saituiayed at her home
Friends ot Ceo. Gray spent cumlay
enjoying the cool shade treu of Amboy.
Yuti ask who was in Mr. R's straw
berry patch. KtHjuire of the post-am-ier
and assistant Ciiattekbox.
Mis.- Li.n Owk.v is Fojourning in
Sewinc mauhine for sale. Ktujuite
of K. A. Young.
Wantiid. situation as cook or
laundry work by the day. Apply to
Mr-. Horner oyer l.indsey's meat
market, lied Cloud.
Second-hand range foi sale. A
bargain. Reason for selling. I have
iwo. Will give buyer hi- choice
'ov (i:o. M. 1'i.imi:.
I can loan ou money at current
rates of interest, on real estate, for
any length of time from one year to
live years. if (i. Hvkkkii.
Foil sale cheap, one good soda totin
tain. Kinjiiire of K. A. Young. .", liw
Mi:s. (Jko. R. (J.vrr.- is the pos.-essor
of a very fine new buggy.
Hue good Mason t Hamlin organ
for -ale. Apply to. I. . Warren, op
posite Chicago I. umber Yard.
Screen doors' Screen doors' Screen
doors cheap at Chicago Lumber Yard
House to rent, with six rooms and
good cellar. Situated on Web-tei
-ueei nrai scnooi nou-e. Applv U
I.-i MiMirf. rri-iil-nt.
W. II. .Li. kuii. in- I'n-i
Uolit. shircj. i a-liii-r.
Im K lltrf.'.- -t.nit Cu.Iih r.
Special Attention Given to f- Xx&k'
WWIIUWIVII .1iT.J- rf m
i.YiTa.if jn j ---
r. li.tn '. Hyillt-l.ii
. M.r laim x.fi
P M Pl.ltt. jr MM If
V. K .l.tik-mi. I I lliK t .!
K . s.lun-.
IUV and -ell
Make eo'lectioiis and do
(iencral Hanking Itn.-ine..
up i im
Intere.-t allowed m nil
As low as can be bought from any dmU:
For Low Rates
ISi'illliilL IL Villi
The CoMen Kagle'.- griuul pn
drawing -lo-e.- duly I. Thi- boing the
third drawiii". iieonie know it i- a
I I I MltiaK. HHili
ill Ml .
I .. . . I ,.
, . ,,' . I i" i,. nnwiiiii t,i,M t.iifu h IIH-iitl...
sipiare tieai. r.icr jmremi.-ei, in ao- si.-r .ii't-Mnti ! ( n w ii..i .h.rtji -.i, ., .. r
ditiou to biiving good- at bottom ,,,, li-iumii. tlulr msimiI .o.l til.-.l w.ti, -,
prices, by buwng wor.h at ne lime ttr?!';
gets a ticket, and hi- a chance to win inn- tlw li..ir --r:i.Ht lim- ix-inn u- i,,.F?(
one of the four pi ..-. ulT'VT! ' TuU' Tsl ''" r:"r"r "'
, . - j ii i r . iflvf 1. ?!. lii. J.mr I. r.Hiir. tin .. . st
i.i. kinds ot secoml liaml lurnilu.'e . Hi.-..Hi r i ititir-- t tin uih. (ii r .
at .1. W Warren- hardware and am t",,s "' ! "! m m-i luo- .j Vii-i .
t'on room- oj. ,ir Chicago Lumber SwfiiilUti'nWarni;;.,
arl. viImhi twi.f .i. i. i,.t tii..M-(. w,t ti., f
iNslKK v.iur property with Cnas. ""1 '.'?';': "V ,,'V,,,'I;V." 'n.Vr hl "-!' "''
-M'hatlnil. Kel ( loud. .Neb .iutf im- r N,m .-. n.m .m , tj .lt tu, ,,i... M,. r.
Co to Ci. W, lime'.- for fresh home "' ''t -fittm in..- niSffM-in ,u.i i.ut.i,.
ma.le ci-idie- ch-ir- e'e hm-I. vii.1 ,.,,i,,r roa.l :., I... ,,.,ly in,. roil.
IlU.lt (ai.IH , u.ir-.i... Hi.!.-. Ii..-n jrf.-.l Jaw.ral.h ,,.! r. .i..i,
rre-h home made candies as U. ; i'iM'ir .i:l rt.Mia-i.nti-.i rr
! All t'J' tmn tli. ri-l.. nr fl.uin j.n- ,
First National Bank,
No D InyH in miikltit; L" i:
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iiii.1I 1.1-Mir,, , iih- l-H'lk 1 ..Ilk-,. f ,Mi1 ,.,M,Ut
hi or lH-:..r. iMMHi t.t in..ij.. .wtfnit j: i.j
ur -nrli ntiiil will -t.tU-t.... hIUhmiI 'r.'f.'i-
- Iff.t ( lomt. ,Jin, !;. .-s
.1 II IAW.K.f..MUlj elflk.
- Finul Proof" Notice
jour f.irns-, j-vj. r ,;
receive! at , I-'
that will te.-t .7 r ".s pound-. II t!
Now i- the 1 1 iu to get otir f-iru;-
ture. Car load ju-t
ForresK-rs. , DKNTIcT
i i.ti I
ror. sot i.i water, lemonaue, gingor . j;KD CLOFI)
aie, oircn o'er, 'W. at v. . inline .
All fresh ami nice. Call and see him.
Lucie .Ijsiah liinker is igain visiting
Ii lends on Walnut Creek.
Mr A. Fierstotfs nephew from Lohff
Creek, has been visiting him.
While Mr. Win. Heedy was away
pod 'hug washing machines, which ha
makes, the news came to his familv
that his father, who Inc. near Smith
Center, had suddenly died. His brok
er Jeorge -tart oil with his wife and
three children to the funeral, and
while cro-sing the creek at a place
-uppc-ed to be safe they .vere all cap- j
-ci. Mr. heetiv secured his si-:er-in
law and the older children, but the
baby iloated away and could not be
found uni.l it rvasdronned- Thev ar
rived at their journey's end witn the
dead child just as the neople were re
tunrng home from the burial.
Mrs. Mark Noble is verv si.'-
Tuk Nebraska state board of agri- ! Mes-rs David and Oliver NoiI. re-
culture have a scholarship in the New i eeived a pair of thied sea-horses from
York veterini?Jv college which will be I ,tht,r cou?in .wh" HvT near the At-
. . " , luittc coast, in New Jersev. Thev are
donated to some enterprising hmivuIu- ,jUil0 :1 noveltv. Drtv
al resident of Nebraska who vishes to - .
enter this field. Applications with I am prepared to furnish door plates
H. 15. Simons or Kalov Itro-
Coop buggy for -ale. Impure of .1.
W . "arien. the hardware and general
K. b. Hosiono, formerly manager of
the 15. vt M. -took ar.K. wa- in the
city the other day.
Do not forget that the (JoMen Kagle
keeps the best stock of boot- and .-hoes
for men. women ami children, at
pi ice.- that none will go a wav di-satis
Mi:-. Hti.NisKt and her mother.
Mr-. Hummer, left hist Saturday for a
vi-it with relatives in York and Atchi
son. The mother goes thence to her
home in Chicago. Mr. II. is lonesome
;-eieen utin - cieen door.-: ;creen
ilors cheap at Chicago Lumber Yard.
Wwtkp. IJy a gentleman, a frr
nished room, without hoard. Address
K. F. W., lock (fox 1-j.
C.o t).l. W. Warren's when in want
of hardware and second hand goods
ne Keep-everything and you can al
wavs tint! bargains there. If you have
air. thing to sell, see him. Don't for
get the place, opposite Chicago Lum
I'tirnttirP ot nil il-erintinne of
Tinkers old stand, at nricos that lotv If you.wbn to -ell your farm or town '
competition. Alwav- -ee u- before property call on Josm-ii (iRavks.
von fiuv. a- we l.uv fvi.mciv. k- ,n.l -2tf Ked Cloud, Net .
can th'erefore seircheaper than' any j A larae quantity of exoelletn t-n.k
house in the valley He sure ami see ' ,or S!l, al iUuuh IIryS brick yard. t I
Us. F. Y Tavlor. ' Trv the Kstev Sewim: Machine. It !
I - .:...- ... .. .. v ! 1- tlj. hilO.f Til ill-IlH... ffli.T I. ma.Iu )
iwnivsoi prosper prepare tor ' 7. 1 V V - -r- .
ailversitv bv having vour farm proper- i hor ialL "" " lilor the east side
ty. buihhng's, furmiirre and stock in- Iur,'tlI'e man. Jed Clour,
urctl against Jos- or damage by tiro. The Kstev Sewing Machine the be-t
lightning, cyclone-, tornadoes. anil ( in the world for sale bv F. V. Tv!or.
wind storm in the old reliable Conti- A i-o.vy for sale. Applv in f'l'nmb
.; ....... .usu.auic oiiipairv 01 .,ew urcH. at their brick vard. 43w
ioiK. j. t. toi). Agent.
Cline's. Call and .-e him.
y per c.nt loan- at ihe Nebnwka .t
Kansas Farm Loan Co.
Itch and scratches of every kind
cure! in .v.O minute- by WooIfurdV
Sanitary Lotion. !"- no other. Thi.
never fail-. Sdd bv I''eigu-oil A" Co drug
gi.-t, 1:1 Cloml. -JMv ,,, ,
. , , . ... ,. , '-" 'mrr al lUiMttiiilictiHi. NH... Mn l-. 1,;
III. be-t an. cneape-t line of lace-, vrin: ,s ,;Krin (,lus Tl, vr" ., ,'
Hamburg-, and everla-ting trimmings ' .1 t.Hi.miii' i.iu..) .ttifr i.- atf.l ii.- ..1
at M rs. N. w house'.-' I"" ,Vt",rM' . " K f lw Mw-,ri ..r
. , . ., ... ,, . i.lii...:,i..l llha:..u.l.r.Hiin m), i-
IiiKAmbov Milling ompanv will ,,,r'' " t Ih- u:nt ...urt .if K,i.nr r...,.,
pay r,it.(-nt- p.-r bu-i.el for g.Hwheat;Vl';',, ,lo1,, s'' ,m ,","Uv. .1,,,,.. ,
that will te-t oT or .r. pound- if ' iu.i v.M I l-miif..
11 1 .IM jmA m tide VIlU ill. --- '''ti ' i' ,-. If IIw w
Is the pijie to uci Ihii.rnv m IMI l l()N
BlTc;r;iKs, Scsprinc; w (.)Ns. i, 4
ing purchased our slink .it reduced
prices we arc able to place i r
the inaiket all kuids oi ve
hicles cheaper than
coinpbt.- -lock of wall paper, shades ; ;';,!'"J: " "-- H- ...- n.
ctc.m the Kepubhcau Valbv.- , !l,rt.tK;rIrCS,Vri" CT
Tiik Ue.I Cloud Muling Company will ZZ$Z&T S hXKJPXJ;.
pav i'iO cent- pi bu-!.d t-r g.otl wheat ' t.i- s. W.Hirzi.i: iit:.r
A go..d farm for sal" or rent. A-
furnished. Atplv to Jo.-, ph drrtvos
Ked Cloud. Neb. futf
The Nebraska. t Kan-a Farm Lns '
Co. have plenty of money to lonn. '
A si i: line of Iry gocul- will be sold
but verv cheap at Mr-. Newhou-e.-.
A good learn of hor.-es for -ale. In-'
ipiire of Joseph lirave-. Ked Cloud, t:
A FINK line of baby carriages at F
V. I'avlor's. successor to II. L. Tinker
For cheap farm loans call at the law 1
of!i:e of Chaney .t Hentley, KtM Cloud. I
Nen. " 37M
Ladies cheap hosiery at Mrs. New-house's.
All w.rk gunmnteod
Fir-t National Mank.
Kooiii ov r
.Us Uwrftrr. Pr'r
V. if. r 1
. K MollMHl. r Vtr
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A tfonorr.l banking business trnns
fictod in all its branchos.
Buck Boards at
Top bugges at
W;in;ilK pn-par-'i loI nil kiiuU f jhanr rj.
at lHttom prir-- Old buirtfjV tiiii ntwl rM!t
Pa.on;ilil rat-. It will ja ..;i t. tri - u- a .
and g;tiurpri'f-a b-fn' piir Iia-in H'h r-
Ked Cloud, Neb.
We are receiving furnture dai'y
don't forget it, and we are lnind to
ell it. F. V.Tvl.jr
Moxtv to loan it reasonable r.iic on
ii 1 ! tut l tt.ta iii.
n.;. . 1 '
.;" ; J i ' :!:"n ",0a" nr ; 1 pergonal or chattel -ecur.tv. Abo
..w..Vv , iu mu. uii .esiaurain. nrm n. .w,. ,.,.,.1,. , 1..-,.
-t - m. .1 4V U?
recommendations will be receive-.l at' bich for durability, cheapness beauty
01 uesign ami tinish, cannot be e.xcelf-
this oflice until July 1st next.
Koiiert Fcknas, Secretary.
ed. Samples on exhibition at the j
mvals at all hours.
Vuik Wat-i, Proprietor.
Monoy to Loan.
Dr. Schenck ha been appointed by
the Nebnc-ka and Kansas Farm Lo.n
Company as their agent at Cowles.
F.srties wishing loans will Io well to
see the doctor. The company i- pre
pared to make loans at 9 per "cent, and
m sums to suit. 39tf
Drown ville. Neb. respectfully solicited. C, E. Wood. "tf apply.
at B. vt iff. Eating house, experienced
oflice of The Chief. Your patronage Mining room girls. No others need
interest. C- F. Cvthe.
35tf Abstract Ofiice. KI Cloud.
For Sale at a Bargain.
A new seven room hoa-e with fotir
lot-, situated in the m.-t desiml4e
part of the city. Can Ik lHight ...p
long time. Inquire of I. M. VUnt.
Farm loans negotiated. Farm loans
on most favorable terms. Loan can
le paid r.y giving 3J days notice with
out extra cost. Look to your bt
interest- and call on me at my otfice
over First National lank.
D. B. SlMSGCLE.
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First .Vjuivsii Uaai..
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THE OLD RELIABLE
FRANK V TAVLOR, I'm,-.
Successor to R. L- Tinker.
arriB the largcrt -t-k uf ix-cl rm, yulmr & kr
furniture and undertaker: ooffe fa Jtw? tryc&P u
Oil pnintinga picture? $samm v$
in grwit variety.
Bank. Prices verv low.
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