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' Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
By A. C. Hosmkk.
Red Cloud, Wkiister County, Neil, Friday, Aug. 12, 1892.
Vol. 20. No. 3
SUMME r - CLEARING - SALE !
Do You Want a Bargain ?
If so, Examine Figures Below.
OUR GREAT CLEARING SALE LASTS
2 - WEEKS ONLY ! - 2
WE QUOTE A FEW BARGAINS BELOW
Our entire stock of shoes at Cost.
Our entire stock of Black Oraandes at Cost.
v. Our entire stock of Black Sateens at Cost.
Our entire stock Colored Sateens at Cost.
Summer Jackets at cost, Ladies White Underwear at
cost. Our entire stock of Summer clothing at cost.
And many other articles too numerous to mention. We also have a few
Bargains in the Grocery Line: 19 2 lbs. Gr. Sugar for $1; 5 packages of
Coffee, 95c. Everything else in the grocery line in proportion.
Highest prices paid for Butter, Eggs, corn and Oats.
R. M. MARTIN Sc SON.
Remember the place ahjd call and see us, Moon Block, Red Cloud.
C. W. DOW
Keeps a full line of
Sickles, Pitman Boxes,
Knife Heads, Sections,
Guards, Guard Plates, Bivets,
for all kinds of Mowing Machines,
taken in exchnnge. Machines reimired in
I have also a few kind of " ijako-teeth .on hand
W Old iron
FLOUR and FEED,
Perkins & Mitchell's old stand.
Choice Flour & Feed,
And sells it cheap.
Get his prices before buying ) oui flour.
MA M M
Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years uso by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
foverishncss. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Cos
torla is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castorla Ii an excellent mediclno for chil
dren. Motbcn hnvo repeatedly told me ot Its
good effect upon their children.1
Da. O. 0. Omood,
" Castorla la tho best roroody for children of
which I am acquainted, I hopo the day Is not
far distant when mothers will condder tho real
Interest of their children, and use Castorla in
Btcad of tho various quack nostrums which ore
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
tgents down their throats, thereby sending
tnem to premature grTe."
Dr. J. F. Kracnrijc,
"Castorla Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend U as superior to any prescription
known to me."
n. A. Akchkr, If. D.,
Ill Bo. Oxford St., Orooklfi.K, V.
'Our physicians In tho chlldreuv depart
ment bare spoken highly ot their experi
ence in their outside practlut with Castorla,
and although wo only haro among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are f roo to confess that tho
merits ot Castorla has won us to look with
favor upon It."
Ukjtxd Hospital and Dibwukt,
Allen C Smith, Pre.,
Hi Ceatasr Cosapaay, TT If array Street, Mow York City.
Till: 8TATI". 1'AIIt.
The KvliriiMkiiHtuluriilr lispo!
I Ion, Lincoln, September !) I o 0,
lHOil-Kccp nit Dye On II.
Tho objoat of the managers of tho
Nobrnska utato fair anil exposition
lias over boon to present annually nH
full nnd complete n lino of rcsomccs,
products nnd possibilities of the whole
Htato as can bo gathered, thus to ad
vurtiso nnd mutually bonofit overy in
dustry nnd individual interest known,
or to bo thought of, in tho ontiro
stnto. Tho coming year, 1893, boing
tho world's jubilco at Chicago, whero
all the world will bo present to soo ull
tho world has to show nnd whero a
great Nebraska exhibit is to bo in.
stalled, extra efforts are being mado
to havo the stnto fair this fall colipso
any of its prodeccjsors. It is do
sirablo that it shall bo tho ''gnthoring
togothcr" of the matorial for Chicago.
Wo aro officially adviBcd tho out
look was never moto flattoring. Tho
pcoplo seem to bo full of enthusiasm,
and will meet tho emergency in a
manner characteristic of Nobrasknns,
und to tho satisfaction of tho most
sanguine expectations, Every man,
woman and child in tho dtato should
bocomo a self constituted committee
of one, upon whom dovolvos tho
wholo duty of pushing to successful
completion this great enterprise.
Whilo tho substantial faotor is as
stated, the board is not forgetful of
tho important duty to provido for tho
plcosuro and other interests of tho
publio, its patrons' This being a
political year npcoitl arrangements
havo bcon mado to givo each of the
national political organizations of tho
country, a day on tho fair grounds,
and an opportunity to present to tho
crowds thcro assembled, thoir respec
tive claims for suffrage. Tho host
talont obtainable to represent oaoh
party will bo scoured. llopublieanB,
domocrats, pcoplo' a independents and
prohibitionists of national roputo, will
address tho pcoplo. Names of speak
ers and detailed publication will bo
mado later, wo aro informed.
An arrangoment has been mado for
tho Nebraska statu band association
to hold its annual reunion on the
grounds. This will bring together
tho most extonsivo convention ever
known in tho state, affording tho rar
est treat in that lino our people havo
over enjojed. This feature will con
tinuo during fair week, and will bo
further anuouiioid in special publica
tions. Fnduy, September 0, is set apart as
"Old Sjldirr's" day, when ull soldiers
of tho lato war will bo admitted to all
piirtd of tho grounds free,
Tuesday, September 6, is children's
day, when all children in tho state
will bo on hand and havo a good timo
in sight seeing.
The premiums huvo been pularged,
in especially for ngricultural producta
and live stook. For county collec
tive exhibits sovonteon premiums aro
offered, running from $30 to $250.
Eiglftccn premiums aro offered for tho
bot quartor of an aoro of sugar boots,
ranging from $50 tho first, and $5 tho
lowest. Ten thousand dollars aro
offered for spocd. Somo of tho best
horses in tho country havo been
soourcd and more aro prom
ised. Tho races will bo an iuimenso
attraction this year.
Thcro was never a timo when nil
connected with tho tjtuto fair wan
moto promising than for tho coming
ono, common ling on tho second duyot
September next, Tho pcoplo of Lirj
coin aro preparing to entertain visit
ord in unusual stylo'. Special evening
entertainments aro being provided.
Railroad facilifios for gottlng to and
from Lincoln nnd tho fair grounds
havo bcon largoly increased, render
ing such aooouuuodatious unsurpassed
in nny other state or for nny other
For further, more desired or detail
ed information, wrlto tho secretary,
llobert W. Furnas, llrownvillo, who ih
just now dovoting himself to furnish
ing stnto fair literature
Stale reck Item.
Harvesting is tho order of tho day.
A lot of spring wheat and not out yot,
somo threshing dono. Mr. Clarko
Stovona threshed 2M bushels of wheat
and 92 bushsls of ryo and has a lot of
spring wheat and oats to thresh yet.
Old Mr. ltooso tho coal prospoctor,
has gono 05 foot dcop and has
abandonod the wmU enduring hot
woathor, though sooms to hnvu groat
faith in a 3 or -1 foot vein of coal at
less thnn 100 fcut deep,
Mr. Wm. ltosoncran sold somo fat
hops for 5o a lb. and bought somo
littlo pigs for lOo per dozon and was
soon offcrod $2.00 per dozon for thorn
and would not soil.
Sunday sohool every Sabbath at
2 p. in. at Pleasant Qrove aohcol
house. Mr. 'Geo. Mountford superin
tendent and Undo Billy VanDyko
assistant everybody and his next door
neighbor is invitod to attend, There
is proaching also at our sohool house
oyory 2 wooks at early lamp lighting
by Elder Hummel,
A lot of our noighbor boys went
down south to help harvest and thresh
wheat thoy expected to got $2.50 .per
day. O. Provalt; Albort Soribner and
Wm. DollingB was in tho crowd, at
laBt accounts thoy were in Osborn,
Osborn county, Kansas,
Mr. Tuff Sutton's team rau off with
a hay raek got into a wire fence and
marly ruined one nf them, at last ac
counts it was improving somo,
Frank Graham, Dug and Charhl
Davis, Frank SUbby, Wm. Keen and
Mr. Haakins havo boon running their
binders nearly day and night oa ac
count of tho grain ripening so fast
during tho fow hot days, .
Common looking wheat and thin'.
ground with small grain make 20 bit.
to tho aero, and a bettor prospeot for
oorn wo never had, common lone hand
ed farmois havo out from 25 to ,100
Dcniorrultc County ConventleM.
Tho democrats of tVebster county
Nebraska will meet in mass convention
in tho city of lied Cloud Saturday,
Augiiht 2ll, 1892, nt 2 o'clock p. m.,
for tlio purposo of place in nomination
a candidate for representative to the
legiuluturo a candidato for couoty at
torney and to cleat dolegatcs to llio
state, cougrcssiunal nnd senatorial
convonlioiiH, and to transact such
other business as may coruo before it.
All demoeruU aro invited to bo pie
Thomas J. Waud, Chairman,
W. A Gauuihon, Secretary.
"Tho Ailclpiiiaii Quartette was de
cidedly a drawing curd at tho Long
Pino Chautauqua, and those who
heard this wonderful oarapany of
brotheis wcro not disappointed is
their nutioipat'on. There are f ve of
the 'bojs' now in the company, all
gentlemanly and possessed of excel
lont and powerful voices. They were
listened to with tho deepest Interest
by a crow pavillion at eaeh appear
mice." Lung l'ino Journal. .
Disease nover successfully Attacks a
system with pure blooaV DeWitt'a Bar
euparillii tunftcs pure, now blood and en
riches the old. O, L' dotting;
Don't fail to hoar the Adelphian
Quartolto, Monday evening AlHJ. Jjj
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