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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1892)
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. . MORE MONEY
fMl T9 lost in the wearing of cheap shoes tlinn iu ninny other ways.
' Tlie quality of goods represent their value.
Buy poor Shoes Cheap and you increase your
X Ladies' Shoes,
Gi:o. Vj. Kkitu'b
' Men's Shoes,
IIlLL & GrKENK's
. Little Giant School
Do not take any chances but foil v honest goods at honest prices of
Blakeslee & Kaley.
IS. A. M. R. R. Time Tabic.
Tnklnj? effect Nov. 5,
Triiltn cnrnliiK passengers leave Red Cloud
N'n. IK l'assengcr to Hastings, (1:00p.m.
No, iai K'jiit for IluMlnK l:30p.in.
l'nsseiificr from Hastings
rhus 9;4t a. m.
KA8T VIA WYMOHK.
Nil 10, rnsseimer to Ht. Joseph, t,
txiiilsniul Ctilc.)K lttlly . 10:30 a. ra
No 14 I'.-iHteiwr to Kansite Cltv nrnl
Atrhl... -V&mWlwr." "!20'P'm
No, 13 I'lisscnger for Denver anil In
termediate points, dally, 7:30 n.m.
No. ir, russciiKur for Denver, dully, 7:10 p. in.
(JXIOIU) AMI 11KI) CLOUD ACCOMMODATION.
No. im local freight to OxforO dully
except Stimlny 6:00 am
No. 124 local treiKht from Oxford dally
except Milniluy Bil&pm
Ice Cream at dimes'.
Culmcs for bread.
Croquets sets at Doyo't).
Got your bread of Calmcs.
Londoudery mineral water at Dcyo's
Hammocks and Croquot sets at Cot
tings. Patent medicines of all kinds at
Doyo's 15 cc&t wall paper is the
duett in town.
Paints and oils, brushes varnishes
&o , at Dcyo's.
Fine neck wear a specialty at Chi
cago clothing store.
For correct fitting clothing go to
Chicago clothing store.
Wo have (ho best stock of hats in
tho cily. Chioago store.
Harry Pond has money to loan on
first class city property.
For nobby suits the Chicago cloth
inc store takes first rank.
For fine tobacco, cigars, candies
&o , go to J. O. Luiuley s.
Go to tho Chicago clothing store
L: pants of every discription.
Farm loans at lowest rates.
D. J. Myers.
Suo Oscar Patmor before buying
flour. lie has made a big reduction.
Cutting has somo of tho finest wall
paper ever shown in tho oity. Call
V. V. Taylor, allows no one to sell
mora goods than ho does, at prices
tliat aro lutv, for good goods.
Don't buy your wall paper until
you havo seen I ho best stock in town
whioh is to bo found at Do jo's.
Remember the Chicago clothing
store takes measures for tailor made
clothing, guarantee a perfect fit or no
Children's shirt wuistsoan be found
at Wiener's. Tho odobratcd "Mothers
Friend" costs no moro than inferior
Farm loans at six per cent option
to py aftor two years. D. B. Span-
The finest candies in the city at
Calmcs bnkcry 2 doors south of tho
F. & M. Bank.
Tho Lincoln mixed paints sold by
Cotting are tho best in tho market.
Wo guarantoo thoai.
Tho summer announcmont of the
Bcatrico College, Beatrice, Nebr., is
ready for distribution. Writo for cepv.
Mrs. Johnson is having a rushing
trade in tho millinery line, sho has the
finest stock in tho city and is down in
After tho Grip Hood'a Sarsaparilla
will resloro your strength and health,
nnd oxpol evory traco of poison from
L. II. Deyo is in tho lead on tho
wall payor trade, and his large stock
latest styles and low prices will keep
him in tho lead. .
That Quick Meal Vapor Stove, sold
by W. W. Wright is the best in the
market, furnishes tho most heat and
iikbr nno third less gasoline. It is
simply perfection and eolipsi-s all oth
er stovflB that use gasoline
l'ov've No Idci.
hnw nicely lloml's S.rsparilla hits
tho needs of ptsoplu who feel "all tired
out" or "run ilown" from any cause.
It Rooms to oil up tho wholo machine
of 'tho body so that all moves smooth
ly and work becomes a positivo do
light: Bo suro to get Hood's.
Hood's pills act especially upon tho
liver, rousing it from torpidity to Us
natural duties, euro eonstipatlon and
assist digestion. ,
ODDS AND KNDH
Read Duckors now advertisement. These
gentleman aro getting to tha front.
Charley Co) man and Miss Mora Butcher, wero
married on Tucsdayt at the residence- of the
A. O. Bore and wife, went to Cmahn this
week, to attend tho general conference of tho
M. K. Church.
Visiting members ot tho Modern Woodman
of America, who nro In tho city aro Invited to
attend a social gathering nt their hall on
Wednesday evening, May,25tti.
Oeorgo ltcllly, ot this place, a brakeman on
tlio casthound II. & M. passenger train, slipped
on tho platform of the smoker yesterday near
Red Cloud, and was thrown Into tho ditch, sua
talnlug several severe bruises, but no serious In
Jury. Superior Times.
Owing to tho heavy rains ot the last week the
rnllnay managers ot our country have been
compelled to use considerable presence of
mind to keep going. The R & M havo made an
effort to get there nn tlmo, but have fulled al
though they havo often waded water kneo deep
with their trains
A live tarantula frightened the, Red Cloud
people out of a year's growth tho other day.
They claim it dropped out ot a bunch of bana
nas, but snmo of the Superior boys who have
experimented say thai Red Cloud whisky will
prodi.ee, not only tarantulas, but centipedes
and boa constrictors. Superior Tlmos.
Tho Red cloud S ot V's cornet band , have se
cured tho sevlco ot IVof. Hendricks of 8mlt h
center, Kansas, as teacher. )ir. Hendricks
comes to Bed cloud as an accomplished cornet
est and wo believe will bo highly appreciated
by tho citizens nnd band boys. Those who
havo subscribed to assist tho boys should now
willingly put up. ,
Rv. C. M. Larson paitor of the Evangelical
Lutheran church for the Nebraska mission,
has reclevod and accepted a ca'.l to preach. In
Bouth-wostern Mtnnessota, and will leave Red
Cloud about Juno 1st, 1893. His brother Rob
ert of Wnby, Wis., came tills week to help
him get ready to moTo. Mr. Larson Is among
our most respected cllUens, and his many
friends will bo sorry to have him leavo, but
congratulate him on his new appointment
which will be much more remunerative.
One day tills week, a young man whose name
we could not learn, living In Kansas, and who
had been ill for somo months started to Red
Cloud to procuro a draft which had been sont
him, for the purpose ot defraying the expenco
of car fare for his return homo, but the poor
fellow never arrived. He was found dead In a
draw near the stato line. It appears that he
had been suffering from heart desease and had
to retur.i to a lesser altitude to preserve his
health, and was enroato to Red cloud when ho
was suddenly stricken by heart desease nnd
succombed to tho Inevitable.
Wo wish tho gentlomen who have taken hold
nt the creamery at Red Cloud, unabounded
success, and hope In the near future that every
town in tho Republican valley will either have
n creamery or a cheese factory. Tho benefits
that cm be derived from thorn, If conducted
properly will bo realized by each and every
branch ot business. Let ovory one who fur
nishes milk or ere Am for cither do what they
can to make them a success and take Into con
sideration tho future benefits as well na tho
present, don't be all for self, but work for the
upbuilding of your county and town and its
Industrie". You will get your reward. River
Mrs. Adda Hchcnck and children, of Red
Cloud, are visiting In this neighborhood among
relatives while her husband and brother In-law,
John and Reed Schcuck aro breaking for Mr.
Dot Saladen received a fracture of tho right
fore arm Friday, his horso stumbled and threw
him as he was coming from Red Cloud.
Daniel Bush or Boesh has a new baby at
Miss Koe beguu hor second term of school,
May 2nd.nt Willow Creek scbool-honse.
Miss Kdna Rdsou returned homo Friday.
Charlie Jackson, has moved on Will Brubak
cr'i old place
Mr. Atwood nt riattsmoutu made a flying trip
to this place Mav 2nd, and authorized A. 0. Bon
as local agent for the Bon Bruner homestead.
Mrs. Sarah Brubaker started for Uarfleld
county, May Sth to see her sick daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Itobert Adamsou Is on the sick list
Mr. Wilder made bis wife t presont of every
MHrt'n Sklles lost a v.iliublo horse Ian week,
by blooding frcm the nose.
Rain from Saturday noon till Monday noon,
and still some folks will talk about dry Nebr.
Mr. William Norrlsund wife started to Cali
fornia May loth, wo wish them a pleasant
Real Estate Transfers
Furnished by The Fort Abstract Company of
HUU 1 Wild.
U. A.ToeltoWm. James, lot 10 blk. 3 a
More)" add, deed 400 00
WlieolerO. Weeks to Chus. A. Hubert-
son liw'i 6-4-11 wd , 3(00 00
Elizabeth U Il'imham to Carl Musclie lot
14aud3blk3HIU0lIlllwd 373 00
R D Bedford to Frank N. l'otter lots 10
to 21 blk 17 Red Cloud wd 30000
Jacob H Cromwell to Annie Clark lots 8
9-10fclk9Klt addwil C50 00
Silas Harbor to It I Bedford lid '.' lot
K-17-18 and all lois 10 to 23 blk 17 Rid
Cloud wd 1 00
Geo. A. Illnifham to Kihma K Htlchter
1133-41:! wd 1 00
David Berg to Fannin Weinberg CO acres
In eitiiwli 3-4-10 wd on
urr ujgerion rarninxioi 1 iiik ct ami
lots 10-11 nnd 12 blK'JS lied Cloud (Cd.. 2600 00
weiisiercoiiwy 10 iiumvi nnuer pari
u;i "" z-i-i-ii 'ii'u
Wiry A titration to
j (1 Warner to Laura A Winter lOxlM fl
In blk 8 and M's add wd
Feter M Cochrane to Robt. M Cochraue
wit nU 31
K w uei
dford to Sihu Harbor nnd Y, loti
to to Wk 7 lots la-ao-zi blaolots
S blk 23 aud lots 4 blk 3 Bed Cloud
m. S. Marsh went to Dcmcr to-day.
I'. A. Beachr, was In Beatrice this wcok.
l'rof . Coster, was In Fcrmont this week.
Receiver Dorscy was In Omaha this week.
Oullford li Co., have broken tho combine.
Attorney Mcxcny, was In Alma, this week.
A. Calmcs, was homo from McCook this week:
Mol Sherman was homo from Mccook this
Wo wilt havo better weather when the clouds
Mrs. F. V. Taylor, has returned homo from
8. West and wife left Monday for HIoux city.
on a visit.
Attorney a. R. Chauey, returned from Den
ver, this wcok.
Will Klzcr came down from McCook this week
to seo his best girl.
Red Cloud certainly ought to have good roads
lending to tho city.
Mrs. K. F. Highland of Denver, Is In tho city,
tho guest ot Mrs. C. Wiener.
1'reachtng morning and evening at church of
Christ by D.R.Dungan. Welcome
John T. Wood and family, of Kansas City,
Mo., aro tho guests ot Kdltor Greenlee.
The board ot education should get a pleasure
tacht for Kindergarten Lake. This Is not
The bridge north ot town should rcceivo tho
attention of Street Supervisor Ward. It Is In
W. B. Hagan and Frank Fhllllps ot Fairfield,
wero tho guests ot F, O. Blakestes and W. W.
Wright this wcok.
W. W. Wright, was In Fairfield, this week.
Mrs. tlco, J ."Warner and daughter Nellie, are
in Bcatrico this week.
Mr. Hunt of Nelson, department Inspector of
the S of V's was In tho city this week, Inspect
ing II. 8. Kaley camp 8 ot V's.
Mrs. Geo. Lemlng ot McCook, is In the city
vlsltlngut Mr. Win. I'arkes. Her little baby ha
been unite sick since her arrival.
The following ladles ot Sherman circle, wore
in Mlndcn this week. Mcsdamci, Douglass,
aiarsh, Huffman, Smith and Bales.
C. W. Kaloy and wlfo, are visiting In Omaha,
this week . Charley expects to go to Minneapolis
to see tho next president nominated.
J. II. Bailey, one ot our popular real estate
men sold this week, the brick block formerly
owned by Ira Sleeper, to Boyd & 0 verlng.
Mr. Boyd, found a little minnow In the gutter
In front ot tho marblo works Just after the
heavy ratn Tuesday. This Is not a fish story.
Don't forget D. It. Dungan's lecture on his
travels In I'alestlno at tho Church ot Christ,
Saturday evening May 21st, admission iscents.
Robt. Martin, Is one ot tho most tasteful win
dow decorators tu the city. He draped one ot
tho window fronts In bis storo very nicely this
John DeLong didn't seem to be long for this
world the other night when an Itinerant bono
trader kicked him in tho temple and Immediate
ly left tor Kansas.
Mr. R m Cochrane will soon bo entitled to
havo "Rev." written beforo his name. He has
supplied tho pulpit at Cowlcs on two Sabbaths
lately and very acceptable to the peoplo.
Buy your flour at L, 1. Albright's flour and
feed store, on the corner el 4th Avenuo nnd
Webster street. His brands aro the equal of
any sold, and figures are as low. See him le
fore you buy.
Among the briefer articles announced to ap
pear In the Juno number of the North Ameri
can Review, will be a Note and Comment by J.
Lockwood Dodge, President ot the Harvard
Republican club.on the college In politics.
Wm. Scrl, of Bute Hill, oaoot the many brave
soldier boys who went from Michigan, and who
suffered in Lib bey prison foi 15 months, was a
pleasant caller at theso headquarters this week
and loft us tho necessary dollar for the Great
Family Weekly for another rear.
On Thursday evening the band boys perfected
an organization as follows:
Oscar ratmore President, Jno, Dlekerson
Vloe-l'roldout, Will West Treasurer, Henry
Clark Secretary. Trustees. O. c. Dell, Wm.
Tulleys, Harry Miller and F. K. McKeeby.
The Y P S 0 K ot the Congregatloaal ehureli
have secured Miss Eva Bhnutz a talented Elocu
tionist for au entertainment for ruesday even
ing May 24th. Miss Bhontz Is very highly re
commended fy tho press, and by prominent
public speakers, and Is worthy a full house.
Charloy Calmcs Is certainly an expert Ice
cream maker. One day this week Charley
brought the editor hereof a large quantity,
which wo have decided was at for the gods. It
was fine and we eat ot It with a relish only akin
toa hungry editor. Like Grovcr Cleveland wn
John Touillnson, is an artist in his line, and
has Just finished one ot the finest chairs we
ever saw. The legs and arms are made cut of
Buffalo horns, finely polished, and the body out
ot dark green plush. The chair Is valued at
about 8100 and John says he Is folng to send It
to Omaha for the Chairman of the National
people's party to sit In during the convention.
Rev. K. J. Randall, In ordor to be with his
Hock on last Sunday, Journeyed homeward on
Saturday night from Omaha, When at Wy-
moro be concluded to go to bed at the Touilan
hotel. In the night sometime tho gas escaped
In an adjoining room and he came near being
suffocated with It but luckily the night watch dls
covered the deadly poison and awakoned tho
guests Jiut in time. The Rer. Gentleman, ar
rived home In time to be with his congregation.
Hon. Thotnas Jefferson Ward our own and
oniy .ieir, ua mossomed Into a live ouponent
for congressional honors against Hon. William
Arthur McKelghan, Jeff's democratic friends
havo urged him to come out and make Die race,
and Tub CrttiF would Just as soon see Jeff con
gressman as any man living, provided we bad
to havo a Blmou pure democrat for that position
but without throwing cold water on Jeff's ambi
tions, we must say that this district will be re
presented by a republican.
a Dlso Harrow go to Jas. Petorson,
All Biter, remember the place.
Highest of all ia Leaveaing Power.-
King of Medicine
Scrofulous Humor A Cure
" When I was 14 years ot ago I had a severe
nttack ot rheumatism, and after I recovered
had to go on crutches. A. year later, scrofula,
Iu the form of white swellings, appeared ea
various parts ot my body, and for 11 years I
was an invalid, being confined to my bed
years. In that tlmo ten or eleven sores ap
peared and broke, causing mo great pain and
suffering. I feared I never should get well.
" Early In lsse I went to Chicago to visit a
sister, but was confined to my bed most ot the
time I was there. In July I read a book, ' A
Day with a Circus,' In which were statements
of cures by nood's Sarsaparilla. I was so Im
pressed with the fsocess ot this medicine that
I decided to try It. To my great gratification
the sores soon decreased, and I began to feci
better and In a short time I was tip and
out of doors. I continued to take nood's Sar
saparilla for about a year, when, having used
six bottles, I had beeomo so fully released
from the dlseaso that I went to work for tho
Flint Walling Mfg. Co., and slnee then
1TAVB NOT LOST A BINOLB DAT
on account ot sickness. I believe the disease
is expelled from my system, I always feel well,
am la good spirits and havo a good appetite.
I am now 27 years of age and can walk as well
as any one, except that ono limb Is a little
shorter than the other, owing to the loss ot
bone, and the sores formerly on my right leg.
To my friends my recovery seems almost
miraculous, and I think Hood's Barsaparllla
Is the king of medicines." William a.
Lkhb, N. Railroad St., Kcndallvlllo, Ind.
Bold by all dracirttts. ftislzforfS. Preparedonty
fty a I. UOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowsll, Mats.
100 Dots On Dollar
It is well to look' beforo you loap
oven in buying clothing, and it will
certainly be of advantago to any one's
pookct to look over tho stock at the
Goldon Eagle. Wiener' the proprie
tor has had many years experience
knows whero to buy goods, and is al
ways looking out to give his custom
ers bargains, sor that they will come
back to trade.
Cotting sells tho
oils in tihe market.
best paints and
Don't forget it.
' For Sale ut a Hargaln.
I desire to dispose of the W of sec.
10-1-12 in Webster Co. at onco, ns I need
the money. Apply to Edward Noble.
savanna, III. for particulars,
I shall not buy any mote rags or old
iron, until further notice
E. A. Young.
Soma youne thoroughbred Red Pal
led Bulls, from imported stook, at my
farm 5 miles north of lliverton, Frank
lin county, Nebraska.
11-4. S, R. POLI.Y.
II !-.- I ' -
A few good farm loans, six per cent
interest. No seooad mortgage D. B
For Call to any Fart or the City
Leave orders with J. 0. Lindley. I
will fill your orders promptly, and give
you good aervieo.
J. H. ulink, i'rop
The Calf Shoes Wiener sells are
of the best mado and the prices as
cheap as the cheapest.
No Money Commission.-
q q y i y
I can writo ou a farm loan at a
straight 7 per cent, with tho privilego
of paying oS any part of the princi
pal at any interest payment.
, J. H. Bailey.
t i i' i i . i
Wall paper 'and curtain trade is
brisk at Cotting's, tho fino selection
and fair prioes please the customers.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889
above Mentions Suit are
Our display of children and boys' suits is a
little the nicest shown yet.
CHICAGO CLOTHING STORE.
A meeting of II. S. Kaley Camp
No. 25, S. of V. was called Monday
ovoning May Kith in tho K. P. hall
for tho purposo of organizing a
Daughters of Veterans Tent.
The meeting was called to order by
Oapt. 8. E. Cocad find tho following
Sons of Veterans wero obligated:
Wm. West, Wm. Tulleys, E'mor Kaloy
Cloyd Cummings, Jno. Diokorson, A.
B. Sollars, Wm. Coiad, Donnis Park
hill, Walter Warren, Sam'! Miller,
Jno. Tulloys, Jno. Patmor, Harry
Miller, tlcnry Clark, Oscar Patmor,
P. E. McKeeby, Irving Cummings and
8. E Coiad.
II. E. Pond, a member of tho 0. A.
R. was then obligatedj '
The mooting was then opened for
business with the following ofliorrs:
S. E. Cosad, Captain; Jno. Tu'leys
Senior Vice; Jno. Patmor, Junior
Vico; Osear Patmor, Quarter Master;
Wm. Coiad, Chaplin; Henry Clark,
First 8egt; Harry Miller, Segt Guard;
Walter Warren, Camp Guard; Sam'l
Miller, Pioket Guard: Jno. Dickerson,
Prinoipal musician; Wm. West, Jno.
Tulleys, Elmer Kaley, Camp Council.
The camp then proceeded to the
rrganixation of a Daughters 'of Vet
erans Tent, The following young
la-lies were mustered: Nellio West,
Gertrude PoBd. Nellie Kaley, Blanohe
Cummings, Gritie Moranvjlle, Bertha
Talbot, Jcbmo MoKeighan, Blanche
Sellars, Belle Spanogle, Loua Bollows,
Monta Tulloys, Grace Guilford, and
Tho tent then proceeded to the
elootion of officers and tho following
wero elected: Monta Tulleys, .rrcs;
Gertie Pond, Senior Vice; Neliio West,
Junior Vice; Nellie Kaley, Treasurer;
Belle Spanogjo, Chaplin; Blanohe
Cummings, Bertha Talbot, ind Jessta
The president then appointed the
following staff officeis: Julia Guil
ford, Inner Guard; Grace Guilford,
Guard; Loua Bellows, Seo; Dlancho
8 E.Cozid assisted by II. E. Pond,
then proceeded to install tho officers
elect after whieb they took thoir re
spective positions, and the tent wav
duly opened for business,
Elmer Kaley, A. B. Sellars and H.
E. Pond, were elected as an advising
Tent adjourned to meet in K. P.
hall Tuesday evtBing, May 24th, at 8
Bread, Candies, ice cream, bananas,
&o , at CaJmes' bakery.
Notice ! NHilteslleiit.
OrcellaJ. Hayes, I '
Hiram II. MayeaJ
ia tneutstnettwirim weustcr county,
braska. To Hiram H. Hayes, wilt-re sldent ile
feiuUnl you are hesraby notified that 011 the loth
dayot May, lass. OreeHa J. Hstm, filed Iter
petition la the district emirt of Webster conn
ijr,Jiebraki,Uiti object and prayer or which
are to obtain a divorce truss you on to. ground
that you nave willfully abandoned the plalutlO
wltbout aood i-aus. for the term t two years
last past. Also, M ajatala a decree giving
lalnthf tbaJeBttedy tttj. mlaor chlldrtB.
l(orrafttae 3HH iw aTMae ljm.01' !
. uacsuAJ. llAVIfS. .
Post - office.
TWo National Capitol.
The City of Washington la na object
of perennial interest to all patriotic
Amerioana not alone beeaua it ia the
great throbbing heart ot th mightiest
nnd grandest ItepubUo the earth haa
ever Known, but also on aooeuat of ita
material magnincanoe. au Amanoau
take nnde in ita beautiful avenues, ma
jestic archltectare, stately nomas, ana
well stored galleries ana museum, as
things of eraadur. and beauty ia them
selves, apart from tha historic later at
with wnion they are laveatad. it w a
hone and analration of all "Youasr
America," at least, to some time or other
visit the uapitoi 01 hi. country.
The Baltimore A Ohio R R offers un
equalled facilities in aid of this desire.
au its through trains between JNew xoric
Philadelphia and Baltimore oa the east.
and Pittsburg, OinoInnaM, St Louie aad
Chicago on the west, pass through Wash
ington, its vast express train, are yeetl
buled from end to end and heated with
steam. Pullman's latest and beatopro
ductlona in the way of sumptuous draw
ing room sleeping care aiW attached to
all its Ik ough trains. lh prsssat man
ngement of the B A O have aaade vast
improvements in the last two years, aad
the road ia today one of the fossmost
passenger carrying lines in the oountiy.
Through tickets via the B a O R R saa
be procured at all the pnaeiBat tleks
offices throughout the United tatee. 3
lh.r. haa DMaeotuUUrebU talk ea the
street, of th. elty ragarilag the saeiMs
in breeding and pt4 of aom.ef the tret
ting stallion, making the eiaaoa beta. We
are always ready to wsleoms a tisrsimaa
to our midst aad ws thiak the mere high
brad borst raised hero tki better It la Kz
thi. community, bat we disbks to
a person g.t oat and say MI have the best
bred, I have the Bawdiest heme la the Oily
or in Boathern Nebraska," aaleee he w
willing to baok hUepiakm with the aheee
Mow about brsedlag: The here Neak
Baron, by PreUader, by Dictate dam br
Qlenarm. by Harold' .1 la sorts taly
well bred bora, bat we tkak that Mr.
John Gilbert, tbs gMtlaasaaly preVrletef
of the Bed Oload Btoek Farm, baa eas
equally, a. well bred. We eaaM ate
by their breeding! Maximum la by Mad
rid one of the beet brd sou of the great
George Wilkes, who haa M la the 2M. nt
and stands second to Klaettoeet. aad
have 661 race, won to their eredit. Bis
dam is Idyl by Challenger the most royal
ly bred of th. sons of Almost M, sea of
Ai.xaiaersAtuaiia aire 01 that p.ertssa
mare Goldsmith Maid 3)14, aad ws lad
he traee. baok to Hambl.eaiaa 10 oa
both aide, aad that all hi. Basoaiois are
highly brad. Now we take Dictates, the
grandsir. of Noah Bar, We tail Wat
he has oaly I la th IWDh aad' they
have won 102 raew, aad although km dam
la Kw n "SI inU 4k um a taVa
m Mg m ww. wa awvnB m. V,V apW W,
as a mmyy tnsy aave aerer been eaaaist.
.nt p.iform.r. aad whea I lay that tee
horse Xaximam, grsadssa of tho great
George "WUkM it aa rasMeoaotf brei
a. the graaeaoa ot Dietator, I' thiak X
may saf ty say that aay stadsat of beseaV
ing will agre with as. Whea it ..mis
to- talking about irotttag.w are aether,
ised to aay that Doe lCeraaviH. Is waUag
toputiafiooaadntaay ataaka owaer
intb.MBBtyoatta 1100 la tke beaaM
or aay ataaiea ,aow owned fa
ooaaty)Ha't etet for the''
th WMSS.SC f to '-.ftaMa tk
tire pane, the aw to be .trotted at
aoaotewgtaae seataiy wo
money. Ipa aaJNM sy that .the Dee
tot's aomlmeW Frm. Arthar who !
as fine an iadlrtdaal horse aa there Is ia
the , ' V Jt -
Ml SMI- 11 flw n
add seaa (rJtt.V -
nr u. r, thuhmbt, aer Attorney.
kbe ooaaty.iWJW; . f am Fiat.
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