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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1889)
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Nebraska State Firemen's Associ
ation, to be held at Red
July 16th to 19th,
First Day, Tuesday, July 16.
Reception of Firemen,
Meeting of Board of Control at 8 p, m.
Serenade in evening, Red Cloud Cornet band.
Second Day, Wednesday, July 17.
Grand parade at 10 a. m. Best appearing
comply, Silk Banner. 1 p m cSm hos
race. First prize, $75, 2d 50. e
2 p m, Green hook and ladder race, 1st
prize $75, 2d prize $50.
3 p m, Chiefs race, prize fine 32 comb
Firemen's Helmet Hat, valued at $15.
4 pm- -Foremen's race, prize, fine belt, val
ued at $5.
Third Day, Thursday, July 18,
10 a m, Hose race, 39 class, first prize $100
2d prize $50.
11a m Hook and ladder race, 44 class, first
prize $100, 2d prize $50.
1.30 p m, Ladder climbing contest, Firs
prize handsome tournament ladder, valued
at $50, 2d prize Silver Cup.
2.30 p rn, Coupling contest, first' prize, State
Championship Medal and $15, 2d prize $10
3d prize $5
p m, Champion wet run, 1st prize $75
2d prize $50
Fourth Day, Friday, July 19.
10 am Pompier corps, first prize $50, 2d
11 a m Tug of war contest first prize $10
and State Championship Trophy, 2d $5
1 :30 p m--State Championship Hose Race
first prize, 150 dollars and State Gart, 2d
prize 75 dollars.
3 p m State Champion Hook and Ladder
Race, first prize 150 dollars, and Champion
belt 2d prize 75 dollars.
Eeduced railroad fare, special ho-
tel rates, Liberal premiums.
For full particulars,address A. J. Tomlinson,
chm. ex. committee, Red cloud.
Beauty will bay no beef.
A good stomach is tbe best sauce.
Inquire not what is in anothers pot.
Better balf aa egg than an empty
Better some of the pudding than
none of the pie;
He that dines and leaves lays the
Make net your sauce till you have
caught your fish.
He fasts enough whose wife scold at
He who depends on anohcr dines ill
and sups worse.
He derserves not the sweet who will
not taste the sour.
He who wuuld ha7e hare for break
fast must hunt over night.
When a m -n cannot have what he
loves he must love what he has.
The Indian agencies are sixty one
The number of bouses occupied by
ladians is 21,232.
The estimate lumber of Indiana in
Alaska is 30,000.
The Bumber of Indiam living on and
cultivating land is 9,612.
The total Indian population of the
United States is 247,612.
The number of Indians church mem
bers in the United States is 28,663.
There are ten Indian training school
located in different parts of the union.
The number of Indian in the United
States who wear citizens' dress is 81,
621. The number of Indians in the Unit
ed States who can read the English
i but 23,495.
The number of indians in the Unit
ed States who can read Indian lan
guages is 10,027.
The latest whim with the girls is
the wearing of the yellow garter, just
one garter, not two, and it Is worn
just above tho left knee. The other
stocking may be fastened by any other
device but the left one is secured by
a yellow silk elastic with a ribbon
rosette of the same, and the correct
way is to wear it night and day for six
months. The origon of this whim is
shrouded but here is the eharm: Any
girl who wears a yellow gartci above
her left knee is sure to be engaged in
less then ix month. The garter
must be given to her by a friend, she
must nut make it or buy it, and it is
said that it never failed but once,and
then it was on the wrong extrem-ity.
' knows that
the threshing machine
work the most rapidly,
and save all the grain
will bring him
the best jobs and best prices,
and so he will
Write now to
at once investigate
our claim that
beats anything heretofore
all these and other points.
will also get
our circulars and
whether he can afford
to have his grain
by other threshers
can make money
by having his grain
with the New Vibrator.
Our pamphlet giving
sent on application.
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Big G aaafivea nalTtib
sal latisfactioa la the
cure of Gonorrhoea aad
Gleet. I prescribe Itaad
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SoM by DrauMa.
C. L. CoTTIKO, AOENT.
made, at Red Cloud, for the seventh
Annual Tournament of the State Fire
men's association, to be at that city
on the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th of
July,1889. It is expected that this
will be the largest gathering of fire
men ever held in Nebraska. The Dem
ocrat knows bv exnerience that the
boys will be generously entertained
during their visit there. It it a fact
that when Bed Cloud holds out its
hand and bids welcome to a body of
guests, it means all that the woid
welcome implies, and in Bed Cloud
it means everything. Hastings Demo
crat. Some rather wicked comments has
been made by politicians, on the news
paper press being freely considered
in connection with post office appoint
ment and minor offices. If the polit
ical class, who so largely live on the
favor of the press, of all partis, will
will agree to pay the thousands and
thousands of dollars of unpaid job
printing bill contracted for parties pur
pose and gain, and guarantee the fu
ture for four years, the press will give
a bill quitance vary gladly. In cities
every line of political announcement
of every nature is at regular rates,
to all party papers, but the country
press, in all states, does the same work
free, and many times to the exclusion
of matter of more interest. The coun
try press also stands, year in and year
out, as a sort of political evangelist,
working for the good of thecause, while
politicians think he does wonders if he
speaks up a half dozen times during
the year. The country press is the
pack mule for burdens of many men
in this matter. They take the load
on and over the dusty read, and while
they may be weary, on they go. If
they should step to aibLle even at a
cactus there is cussing in the air, and
when the end of the joaraey is reached
the mule Is generally invit-.d to care
for himself. The debt of the office
holding political class, to the press of
their faith is one that they can never
folly pay. and one, also, that they gen
erally care little abeat paving. Otka
looaa Herald. "
ToM. K. Gordon:
You are hereby notified that on thcTtli dar of
November lf?, I, I. Itaura iurchaael at public
tax sate (mm the county treasurer M. B. Mc
Nitt at the court house in Hed Cloud. Webster
county Nebraska, for the texts of the year 1886.
amounting to $33.v on the following described
land situated in Webste r county Nebraska tax
ed in the name of M K. Cordon: The south-wot
U south-west a section !K. town 2. range 9, west
of the up. in. cr'it ttnhu: n acres, the time
for redemption of said land from the lien of said
tax sale will expire November 7th 1883, and if
not redeemed Ik.' fore the above date expires, I
will make application for treasurer's tax deed.
You arc hereby notified that on the 7th day
of Octobe-, 1S37, 1, I. Baum, purchased at
Brivate ax Sale, from the County Treasurer,
. B. McNitt. at the Court-house in Re
Cloud, Wbter county, Nebraska, for the txes
of the year t885.amounting to 70c. The follow
ing lot situated la Webster caunty, Nebraska,
taxed in tbe name of N. D. Fox. n tho villiacre
of Cowles, to-wit : Lot 7, block 9. The time for
redemption of said lot from the lien of said tax
make application for a Treasurer's Tax Deed,
sale will expire Octoier 7th. 189. and if not re-
deemed before the above date expires. I wiU
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CHICAGO. ILL. Goal Ticket . Agent
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO
Collections, Taxes Paid, &c.
Office with the County Judge, Moon Block
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
You are hereby notified that on the 7th day
of October, 1887, 1, L. Baum purchased at
Private Tax Sale, trom the County Treasurer,
M. B. MeN'itt. at the Court-house in Bed Cloud,
year 1883, amountinit to $4.-.-7. I he following fine MoniimeHtS
lot situated in Webster county, Nebraska, i v.aw
Mxeuintne nanieoi . . t-oxiu tne village
ol Cc-.viei, to-wit: i ot S, block . Tbe time for
redemption of sail lot iron: tbe lien of said
tax sale, will expire October 7th. 1&. and if not
A. U. BROWN, PROr.
redeemed before the above date expires. I will
maice application tor a .treasurers lax Deed.
To William Arnold:
You -are hereby notified that on tlie 7tli day
of November: 1887,1, B.iura purcoascdat
Eublic tax eale from the county treasurer, M.
:. WcMtt. at the court-house in Ked Cloud
Webster countv. Nebraska, for tbe taxes for the
year isse, amounting to &.0X The follow! njj
described land situated in Webster county.
Nebraska, taxed in the name of William Ar
nold, The n e!s, sec c, town 3, range 9, west of
thee p.m., containing 40 acres. Tne time for
redemption of sid Land from lbs lien of said
tax sale will expire November Ttli. 1889, and if
not redeemed before the above dr.tc expirss I
will make application for a t.eusurer's tax
deed. L. Baum.
Elm St. and 4th At.. Rod CJond,
To William Arnold:
You arc herebv notified that on the Tta da
November 1887, 1, L. B.ium purchased at public
tax f ale from the countv treasurer, u. ft. He.
Nitt, at the court bouse in Ked cloud, Webster
county. xeorasKa, ior ine taxes oi tne year 1886
amounting to 96,95. The following described
una situated in Webster county Nebraska,
taxed in th-i name of William Arnold. The
north-west of the south-west & section 6 town
3, ranre 9 west of the c p.m- containing 40
and 14-lootb acres. The time for redemption
of said land from the Uen of said tax sale
will expire November 7th 1889, and if not re
deemed before the above date expires I will
make application for a treasures tax deed.
D. B. Spanogle,
AND I.OAN Agent
To William Arnold-
You are hereby notified that or the 7th dar of
November 1887 1. L. Haum purchased at public
tax sale from the county treasurer, M.B. Me
Nktattae courthouse In Ked Cloud, Webster
county Nebraska for the taxes of the year 1888,
amounting to 5.9, the following described land
situated in Webster county, Nebraska, taxed la
the name of William Arnold: The south-east Si
of the south-west , section 6. town 3, range 9,
west of the 6 p.m. containing 40 ami 54-MSth
acres. The timo for redemption of said land
from the lien f said tax sale will expire ne
vember 7th, 1889, and If sot redeemed before
the above date expire I win make application
for a treasurer's tax aeed. L. Back.
Te William Arnold:
You are Hereby notlfed that oa tbe 7th ear of
November 1887. 1. L. Baam purchased atpubUc
tax sale from the county treasurer, H.B. e
Nitt. at the court-house in Ked Cloud. Webster
county, Nebraska, for the taxes of the year
188S amounting to 9&9S the f ullowing described
wad situated u Webster county Nebraska, tax
ed la the name of William Arnold: The south
west of the southwest H, section 8. -town 3,
range 9, west of the c p ju. containing 40 and 82
MMh acres. Tne tlae for redemption of said
laad from the lien of said tax safe wlH expire
November 7th. I88f . and if not redeemed Before
the above date expires IwiBmake asBtteacea
ter a treasarar'a tax deed. L.Bavk.
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