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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1894)
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Tralnsearrjlnn passengers leave RedCleid as
KABfTI A HASTINGS,
Ne . lu Pasisnier te llaitl nf X ,M p. m.
Ne. Mt rassengsr from Hastings U:Ma. m.
EAST VIA WYMOKi
Ko. II, Fastenier te Rt. Jeteph at.
touts aaachlcam dally li!2a.m,
Me. IS Fassencsrs fur Denver, dally, 6;W p. m
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
fR. J. S. EMIUH,
Rid Cloud, Nmbrabka.
ever Tayler'e Purnltare Here.
Extracts teeth wltheut pain.
Crewu and bridge work a specialty..
I'oreelaln Inlay, and all kinds et gold (Mings.
Makes geld and rubber plates and cerablnatlei
All work guaranteed te be first-class.
I W. TULLEY8, M. D.
Red Cloud, NebrMKS.
Office opposite First National Dank.
U. H.Examlnlng Surgeon.
Ubronlo diseases treated by mall.
Will attend sales at reaionable figures,
I II. SMITH,
RKD CLOUD, NEDRARKA.
I do a strlotly (arm Insaranee and Invito
all to Me me.
QASE & MoNITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections: promptly attended to, and
r F RUNKEY,
Attorney at Law.
. Oi'FiOE Up stairs, in Moon Blook,
p P- HUTCHISON,
4th Avkmue, Bed Cloud, Nub-ska.
Firat-elass barbers and tlrst-elaaa work
gaaranteed Give me a call
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
I give my personal attention to my
patrons, Firat-olau shaving and hair
cutting a Bpeolalty.
German insurance Co , Freeport. III.
Royal lusuiauce Co., Liverpool, Kngland.
Ifeine fire luturanco Co., of Umaha. Nebr.
rnnnta Assurance Ce. of l-oudon, Kng.
Te liauobester I'lre Akuranoe Co. ef augland.
flaardlan Assurance Co., er Undoa, Kng.
fiulllDgton Iasurauce Ce. ef Burllngtoa, Iowa.
riUsk Asaerlea Assuraeee Ce. Terente, Can.
Mutual Reserve Fund Lire Assu.of N. Y.
The Workman Building and j.n Association
of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Ofllea aver Mizer'a Store.
C. E. Putnam,
Phoenix Insurance Co.
St. Paul Bankers Life
All business intrusted (o him will be
Aiotlco to Teuvliert.
Notloe is hereby given that I will
flxumina all persons who may desire
to offer thcmbclves as candidates for
teachers oftho publio sohools of this
oouuty, at lied Cloud on tho third
Saturday of eaoh month.
Sneoial examinations will ba held
on the Friday proceeding tho 3d 'Sat
urday of eaoh mouth.
The standing required for 2d and
3d grade cortifioates is the samo no
grado bolow 70 per esnt., average 80
per eeut; for Qrst grade oertiooate
no grade below 80 per cent., average
90 per cent, in all branobss required
P, M, Udntir, County Sup'-.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD,
I IIIUHTIAN Church-Hervlce J Sunday at Hit
2f am ami 7:10 p mi Hutiiiny school atUnoflU
Y I" so K at o. 30 pin ami Yl'fl OK Juniors at
fiONHItKHATIONA:. ('luircli-flervlces at Wi
v m Am, ami 7.3op m: rtiimiav oiiooiatiit3i
Hnnilnv aolinnl at 1 1 i.llt
a m, y r o is at .) p m and
i r a v k juq
iiiriui p in.
MirriKIDIHT 'hnrcli-5ervlce at 10.30 a. m
ami 7:30 ii, m,. I'liworth l.eafcuoat t.X) p.
in. Hun d ny Hclionl n t fisaop. m.
IM'lHCOl'Ali llniroli-Sorvlces every two
necks, by npnln tirion t.
T UTIIKIIAN Church-r.rery third Sunday
1J morning at to o'clock.
lArilOMUChurch Hcrvlcci by appointment.
IIAI'TIHI' Church-No regular services, Husi
J ilny school (regular) at noon, B Y J' U at
CHAi'IU--HimdaYschoelat3p m every Hun
O U W Kaon alternate Tuesday evening. '
BHN Adliem Udge No 1M I O O F every Men
CAI.ANTIIKKodire No 29, Knights of 1'ylhias
fPD Cloud tod.a Necot, Modern Woodmen
" er America, alternate Wed
VAT.MCY fxxltte No ft, Fraternal Order of Pro
tectors, II rat and third Monday of eaoh
CHAUITV l)dce No S3 A V and A M eaob
Friday evenlMK on or before tbe full moon.
RUI) Cloud Chapter No 19, It A M alternate
fiYRKNE Comtnandery No 14 alternato Thurs-
V dv avenlns.
CHARITY Chapter Kastern Star No 47 alter
nate Tuendev avenliiir.
nate Tuendav evening.
GAHFIKM) I'oitNnSOOA It Monday even.
lint en or before the full moon.
GAItFIKLD W R 0 No 14 rucota alternate Sat
llfARY BERKS MoHKNKY Tout Noll Dauglit
" ere of Vtite rnns .Mnnilav nveulne.
HH KA1.15Y Camp No 25, B of V Tuesday eve
g'IIKItMAN('lroUNo3, ladles of the O
' first and tlilrd Saturday ovenlng.
RF.l) CLOUD Cnuncll No IS LoyalMyatlo Leg'
Ion ot Amerloa first and third FriiUv av-.
Ion ot Amerloa first and third Friday eve
II I II B
.HATHAWAY ft CO.,
Aro Hie Indliiff and mott sncccilf ul ipccUlllti and
Young and mld
die aged men.
suit. lio follow
ed our tri'Mmont.
Jinny ynura ot
Ihu imlhuila tint
coniiulfur all dla
orclinofmenwho list cak unde
vclnpea or Ula
incJ oruana, or
who are auircrlng
from errors o
youm and eiccaa
dm acorn of their
fellows and Hi
contempt of their
friend, and com-
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luariii.riiii.rn in -hi I'uiicni". ir incjr ran poialnlr
c rr.iornl, our nwn exclualvo treatment
"III ntruril n cure.
WOVIErvt non't yon wsnt togct cured of that
wraUni-M wlihn trrntmrnt that ou can uan at
iwiiii ulilmut InMrumcni. Our wonderful tresl?
aim tiaa cured oihcrs. Why not you? Try It.
CATAnnn, and dlacaics of tbe Bkln.Bleod,
Heart, Lhcmnd Kidneys.
BTPniI.IM-Thoinnat rapid. aJo and effective
HKITt niHnASESJ of all kinds cured where
many othtra have failed.
VXVATUtlAI. ninril.lKOF. promrtlr
iiirrdlnnfew ilaa. MleW, turo and safe. ThM
ncludcs Qlcct nnd uonorhu-a.
TRUTH AND PACTS.
VTp bnn cured csica of Chmnlo Otaestes that
m o fnlloil lei net i ured Ht tho hand, of other sneetal-.itaandim-Ulcalln.tltutea.
. . , KKMKMnr.Rlhat there la hope
for ou iHinaiiit no other, Ha you may waato sluabl
tlmo. Ohtnlnour trcitmcnl at once.
Hewureof frco nnd chr-ap trenlmenls. We Rlre
the brat and moat iclcntlllc treatment at moderate
pr!cea-ni lown. ran lie done for aafr and skillful
jrestniriii. KKKIJ conaultntlon nt IhoolUceor
r null TlioroiiKli rninlnnilnn and careful dlair
aou. A liunin iruatmrnt canl.i-Rlrrn Innmalorltr
fcaiea Knd for Symntom Illnuk No. lforNeni
SD.'ifor WoinriKiVo, SfurHkln Dl.ea.ea. Allcorre
apnndencaiinawerid promplly. Iliulncaaatrlcllrfon
h.kii.i ii. r niiru irruiiurnipini rro iroin on.ervs
Hon. IK'fer to our patients, banks and business mat
Address or call on
DR. HATHAWAY & CO..
..fe Corner Mixta und Felix Nla., KoomslaadS
tup piair. i . .nnar 'as. afO.
DO YOU KNOW
OR. FELIX LE BRUN'S
STEEL 01 PEHHYRQYHL PILLS
ore tho original nnd only FltENCII.aafoandro.
liablocnro on tho market. FricoflOi eent by
mall. Uonuino sold only by
for Sulo by Doyo V Orlco.
" "S WUlOM(lMHlofth.ll.nllllri..nr
tun, ruina no chut a of dUt or
n.uuon., m.rcutlil or polMoooa ma.
Ifln.i to la uien lutuoally, Vkea
A8 A PREVENTIVI
by tlUitr in It I. ImpoulU. taoontr.
11V tD.r..ldi.MS.tl utfn!hMU
Mn wimuonorrha-.nil(ilt, niutw
2 Ml K kSt.acui. i'flM l.y mall, paIH
rr Stile by Ileyo A, Orlco.
1&$L cyra'I'epKant for Nertou. or Blck
.X31:L 5."?effl .?. l"o for Itheu:
. . ' --..... . iinu.imn, rlnii
a..T- ?'"' I'lMirunnii AClu V,
rr, Acid Ur.
KiSV-i'i'SS. 1.n.,.L,,0W : !
"in nnirmin. AniliK
t Otliar CIOBMMW. 1'rlDO. 10. Mlnn.l filr.,nt.
THE ARNOLD CHEMICAL CO.
181 J8. Weilern Avenue, CHICACa
MY QUEER OLD WIFE.
A queer old lady Is tho wife
I choo to trmcl with through life,
And that I Ionic havo Rccn,
Ko many llttln faults has she
I tell her of them poiiBtantly,
l!ut It docs no good, I ween.
Sometimes sho'a nice m nice can be
And seems qulto w llllng to agrco
Tlint my wny Is qulto rlitht,
And then nguln hu 111 dissent,
Which callcth forth an argument
8ho quite Ignores my light.
fiho ban the queerest notions why,
Bhe thinks aha knows an much as I
And tells me so qulto plain.
Of courso no ono could fall to see
That I am smarter far than she,
llut women aro m alnl
Molecules In Matter.
It Booms a tllfilcult undertaking to ac
cept tho theory that granite, glass and
precious atones, not excepting diamonds,
aro composed of independent particles
that aro continually in exceedingly rap
id motion. Theso nctlvo molecules aro
said to rotato nnd nwing around a con
tral point with such forco and rapidity
that they constitute, to all intents and
purposes, n solid mass. Upon being di
vided they whirl around a now center as
rapidly as before, tho molecules passing
a given point somo millions of times in
a second of time. This theory would at
first glance seem incompatible with tho
well understood belief in tho hardness
and impenetrability of tho diamond,
but this is cosily oxplainod. Tho almost
incalculable rate of speed drives tho at
oms against tho drill or cutting edgo
that seeks to peuotrato it and dulls it
without permitting it to mako tho slight
est impression. Ou this theory it ap
pears that glass cutting is merely tho
bringing together of two bodies consist
lug of molecules moving at different ve
locities. As a matter of courso, tho most
powerful atoms break up tho softer ones,
and 60 this oporatlon is merely n war of
particles, in which tho superior forco is
triumphant. Now York Lodgor.
Bleepleee and Voracious Larvro.
Professor Lintnor, Now York's state
entomologist, is of tho opinion that tho
larva? stago of many species of insects
is ono of slooploss activity, tho grub
feeding incessantly from tho "moment
of its birth. " Eo says that Jt is doubt
ful if somo species over sleep or toko a
moment's rest Tho voraciousness tuid
rapid growth of theso creatures may bo
better understood by making n statement
of two facts: A certain flesh feeding larva?
which simply moans tho infant stato
of n carrion beetle, whoso Bcicntiilo
namo would bo of no particular interest
to readers of Tho Republic will con
Bumo in 94 hours 200 times his own
weight, a parallel to which in tho hu
man raco would bo an infant consum
ing 1,500 pounds of nutrimont on tho
first day of its oxistenco! Thoro aroveg
otablo feeders caterpillars which,
during thoir progress to maturity, in
creaso in slzo 10,000 times during the
first 80 days of thoir lives. To equal
this reinorkablo growth a maturo man
would weigh scarcely less than 60 tonal
St, Louis Republic,
The Dutch System.
Professor Peabody, who gives in The
Forum somo facts concerning tho Dutch
system, Bays thcro aro no groat poor
houses and fow ablobodiod paupers in
Holland Thcro is a tract of publio land
containing 6,000 acres. It isdividod
into six model farms, and to ono of
theso is sent tho poor person applying
for publio relief. If ho voluntarily
servos till ho learns agriculture, ho is
allowed to real a small farm for him
self and bo what is called a frco farm
er. Every paupor who is thus reclaimed
to honest, regular industry is so muoh
gain to tho state. Thoro is also a forced
labor colony, whoro beggars nnd va
grants aro Bent and mado to do farm
and other work, whether thoy want to
"To mako a long story short, " ob
served tho blue pencil, "tho way to suc
ceed" "Is to do tho work you nro cut out
for," suggested tho scissors.
"And stick at it," ndded tho pasto
And then silenco reigned in tho sanc
tum. New York World.
Alters the Case.
"Do you know that young Molard has
run off with 80,000 francs of his em
"Lucky dog I"
"Besides ho has taken your tun
brolla." "Ah I Tho villain I" Courrier do
Virginia raises 6,000,000 bushols of
peanuts and $4, 000, 000 worth of fruit
nnd vegetables. Tho iron product is
200,000 tons, nnd over $3,000,000 of
gold has been sent to tho United States
mint This state lias tho largest lead
mlues In tho south nnd tho grontcst
mangnucso mines in tho world.
Old Hnrd church was built near Har
rodbburg, Ky., in 1707, nnd it is said
that weekly mcetiugs havo been hold
there over slnco without a Muglo excep
tion. HarrodNburg is said to bo tho old
est town in that stato.
Do what you nro doing whilo yon nro
nbont it, nnd lot other thingu wnlt.
Think on what you aro thinking, nnd
until you havo thought it out or drop
pod tho subject bar tho mind against
According to Jewish statutes, it was
unlawful to muzzlo tho ox engaged in
treading out tho corn, tho animal being
allowed to eat his OIL
Thoro aro sovoral factories in India
and ono at least in Europe that at
Muunhoim, Germany where butter is
mado from cocoanuts.
Among tho many queer French prop
er names that of D'O is said to be do
rived from tho villago of O in Norman
. .-. . ,.,... ..
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS.
I'tirnlnlictt tij rotmiy Superintendent
D. 71, Hit nlcr,
Since tho first of last week, tho fol
lowing roports linvo bcon received.
Dlst. Tmchcr Knr. Av.At.
1 Mrs. Mvra 1). Fletcher 11
9 J. It. Hoover 25
12 Zoa Keith 29
28 Maude C. Grconlco 21
31 Aitnco ltoth (pr dcp)....51
37 Nancy Lowi? 21
46 ttlabol II. Day. 20
00 Mrs Jcnnio Hall 40
00 Emily L Robinson 24
78 J. It. Slradcr (ttHop) 35
73 Mnbcl E. Wright (prdop)..35
0 Lulu 0. Barber 32
14 Mario Taylor 10
18 A. W. Richardson 30
30 MameF. Bealo 31
32 Lottie King 11
55 Ethel Parks 23
58 S. L Fisher 23
Our County Tcaoher's Instituto will
cotnmenoo July 9, and continuo in
session two wcoks. A largo atten
dance is anticipated. Good instruct
ors havo been engaged.
Somo ono in eaoh district in which
trees were planted by tho ohildron on
Arbor Day should mako it part of bis
business to caro for tho trcos during
vacation. Quito a largo number of
trees woro planted on tho sohool
grounds of Gowles and Guido Rook
this year. At both of theso plaoes,
a9 in other districts, nearly all tho
trees planted on Arbor Day of other
ycara havo died for waot of attention.
Theso trees need considerrble atten
tion to mako them grow, as Arbor Day,
tho 22nd, of April, is a date some
what lato for tho transplanting of trees
in tho southern part of tho state.
Under tho administration of A. K.
Goudy, Stato Superintendent of Pub
lio Inatruution, thero has been a
steady advance along cduoational lines
in tho stato. Ho has boon faithfnl
and successful in his efforts to keep
up and advanoe tho standard of publio
school work, so that Nebraska stands
with the foremost states of the Union
(if not first among tho states) educa
tionally. A great deal can be dono
by a livo sohool man at the head of
th publio sohool system of the state
to advanco hor eduoational intsrests.
More can bo dono by ono acquainted
with tho work; ono who givos the
work his entire attention; one whoso
heart is in tho work; one whobelioves
that it is the right of every boy and
girl in this country to rccoivo an edu
cation at the cxponse of tho public;
ono acquainted with the details of the
state superintendent's office, tho school
man of the state, tho sohool system of
tho state; than a new man in Mr.
Goudj's present position. Wo bo
lieve that tho present state superin
tendent should bo retained in office,
and should bo rc-neminated by the
next republican state convention.
Make tho schoolroom" pleasant by
having a bouquet on the teaoher's
desk, and somo plants in tho windows.
During those warm days let the
little children havo longer recoBS than
District number 30, Maine F. Bealc,
toaoher, properly observed Grant's
birthday by hoisting (he Isg over the
schoolhouseand reviewing events of
his life. They sot out thirty-two trees
on Arbor Day. The Amboy sohool
and district tako good care of thier
"Orange Blossom", the common sense
Female Remedy, draws out pain and sore
ness. Sold by C. L. Cottlng.
L. J. Blowers, of Oscoolo, will go into
tho implement business at David City.
Pnlnleso, healing, restoring, harmless,
invlgoratin, cnrntlve, reconstructing and
rebuilding nro fnots of Dr. Sawyor's Pas
tilles, Sold by Devo &, Grice,
Mrs. W. N. Ilencock has openod a now
millinery storo nt Springlleld.
von will never Know posltivtiy what a
wonderful remedy Dr. Sawyer's Family
Core la nntill you try it. It will cure yon
of n sour stomnch.
II. C. Erloksou opened a grocory and
boot und shoo utoro at Campbell,
Why Do You Cough?
Do you not know Mint Parka' Congh
Syrup will cure itr We guaranteed every
bottle. There aro many Cough Syrups
but we believe Parks' is the boat and most
reliable. Bold by O. h. Cottlng.
Honolulu's ehoo atoro at Columbus
sutTored from a burclar's raid last week
t'oiiKli! Colli;"! Cough?
If yon want to, but If you desire to atop
get a bottle of Uegg'e Cherry Cough Syrup
It will stop your eongh in Ave minutes
Bold and warranted by Deyo & Qrioe.
Adolph Nochman, ot Newcastle, Wyo.,
has oponed a clothing house at Norfolk,
MAY 11, 1894.
Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
nud Cblldren. It contains neither Opium, Blorphino nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OH.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
feverlshncss. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
tocthlng troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cos
torla is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castorla Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me ot IU
good effect upon their children."
Da. O. O. OeoooD,
" Castorla Is the best romedr for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the dty la not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest ot their children, and use Castorla In
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other .hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby seeding
them to premature graves."
Da, J. F. Kmcntxoi,
Tks CemUmr Comptuty, TT
Notlco Is hereby Riven that under nnd byylr.
tue of an order of salo Issued from the office of
&..D,.cf.ono. cJer.k,0' tbe district court of the
10th Judicial district, within nnd for Webster
comity, Nebraska, upon a decreo In an action
pending, therein, whoreln the l'ha-nlx Insur
ance company ot Hartford Connecticut Is plain
tiff and mjalnst William If. Howe. Martha M.
Mono. Sandwich. Enterprise company, Kan
sas Manufactiirliig Company, First Na-
onal Bank of. Nile,, MlehW HarRreaVos
llrotliers, IJerkm Wind-mill and ax company
and I,. YY. Tulleys trustee for E. 1 Hammond
et al, nro defendants.
I slinll offer for salo at publio vonduo. to tho
highest bidder for cash in hand, at tho east
door ot the court heuse, at lted Cloud, In said
Webster county. Nebraska, (that being tbe
bu Iding wherein tho last term f said court was
holden) en the second ilnv nt Mav l.n.llll r
one o'clock p. m., of said day, tne following des-
yi.ucu iirmnjuT, wwiii inesouiii-easi quarter
(seU) of section fourteen (it) in township
(14) In township
m ire number tan
number thrcp (3) north of range number ten
MO) west ot tho :
Xth 1". M.. In wnhatffp ennntv
Given under mv Imntl tlila vith H nf Uinh
J. W. Rohchev, Sheriff,
WnioiiT & Stout, l'lalntlft's Attorneys,
The nbovn sain wiu rnntlnni1 far wnnf r
bidders until Juno 9, 18M.
uavcu mis ttn uay or Hay, 1894.
J. W. RUNciir, 8h crlff,
is UrMiBC all alas I
Best .Cough ByrupTTaataa Uddd. Use I
Bold by drnt-lata.
Here's the Idea
Of tho Non-pull-out Bow
The great watch saver. Saves the watch
from thieves and falls cannot be pulled off
the case costs nothing extra.
bow to the pendant,
ao that it cannot be
pulled or twisted elf,
Can only be had with cases JjPL
stamped with this trade mark. j)
Jaa. Boss Filled Watch Coses are
now fitted with this great bow (ring). They
look and wear like solid gold cases. Cost
only about half as much, and are guaranteed
for twenty years. Sold only through watch
dealers Remember the name
CAM I OBTAIN A PATENT?
Pro"W, answer and an honest opinion, writ, to
answer ana an noneai optnt
As H I., who hava had naarl1
experience In the patent basinets. Communl
nunnai vi'-. woo nara naa nearly our rears'
tlona strictly confidential.
formation eoncernlnx I'ateata and bow to ob.
tain thorn sent free. Also a catalogue of mocuan.
i-atem. laion lurouan aiunn a Co. receive
special notlcointbe riclmillSo Aagerlran. and
thus are Drought widely before the public wltb.
.. mm niviiHHU wumm ... ,.ue.
oat cost to. tbe inventor.
this solenoid paper.
aaoea wRsair.eiecaniiy inuatratad, has by
untoft rireulatloa ot any scientific work
world. .! a Titir. fiamnlA ivhiIm unt ...
j. u dt nr
Bnlldlna Kdltloa. monthly, SlM a year. Blnate
copies, ,tl3 cents. Krory number contains beau,
tirul plate, lo colors, and pbotograpbs or new
houses, with alana. anablina kuildnr. in .hnsii..
late.t deslsna and aeeura oontracta, Addreaa
MUNN t co Nw VobbI atJl BaoanvV
1 Safawaf- ''
TWO -CENT STAMPS
we will send yoit
a Brilliant Gem
of unusual color,
and a cony of
Watch Case Co..
''The Great Divide, so you can see
what a wonderful journaj it is, pro
vided you name the paper you saw this
in. It's a real Jewel we'll send you.
THI CM AT BIVIDI, 0nvr, Owl.
" Castorla Is ae well adapted to children thai
I recommend it as superior to any preecripUoa
B. A. Aacnta, X. D
111 Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T.
"Our phyateUna In the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their expert
eaoe In their outeide practice with Castorla,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what la kaown as regular
products, yet wear free to confess that the
merits of Castorla has wo us to look with
favor upon It."
Uxrrao nosnrL add Dun-siar,
All a Sum, Prts.,
Mturay ItrMt, Hew Yea City.'
D. B. Spanogle,
and Loan Agent
Hitch Up !
C be fr yudocomeareuBsl
Hnraest shop and buy new set
r hend.aiade harness. Hare
reduced all goads la tlie liar
ess line. Here are a few ef
W2.00 harness for 13080
28.00 " . 2700
27.00 "... moo
And all cooda in proportion. All work
guaranteed Repairing and trlmtnln
dono on short notlce.-J. O. Butlor.
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