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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1895)
THE KEP CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1895.
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I'M VtiLW uibW
and only half the expense
and bother. That's why
thousands of thoughtful,
thrifty women use Santa
Claus Soap. They have
learned by practical, thorough
tests that for washday or every
day use there is no soap in the
world that nearly equals
SANTA CLAUS SOAR
Sold everywhere. Mode only by
The H. K. FalrbanK Company, Chicago.
Mr. Orr is on tlio sick list.
Mr, Robinson cootinucs about tlio
Hose Guy lias returned from the
David Fishcl and Miss Mary Crozicr
were married September 11. A fine
list of prcsonis wero received.
It is rumored that Sam Riuhaidson
of Mt. Clair was married recently to
Miss Minnio Nowmnn.
Jlitrvi'Rt liiMt Home buckum'
The Missouri, Kansas and Texas
Railwav comnanv will roII ii.lcia at
greatly reduced rates on September
10th and 24th, to points in Missouri,
Kansas and Texas. For further par
Gko. A. McNutt,
D. 1. A , Kautas City. Mo.
Your time to Buy.
Rare Opportunities to GET A
HOME of your own.
No. 111. 000 acres, nine miles from
city. .TOO acres under cultivation; all
fenced and croBB-foncod; lays well, Rood
oil, frame house, barn, cnttl'o sheds, Ao.
Will exchange for stock ot hurdwnto.
No. lin. H20 acres, mostly uudor cul
tivation; good frame buildings of nil
kinds; near a good railroad town; no
better furm in the county. Will ex
change for stock of dry goods.
No. 115. A good lari;e livery ntnblo in
a Uwn that bus an academy, .having a
large number of atudents. 'Thero is lota
in this for tbo right man. Will oxchnngo
for dry goods.
No. 117. 320 acres; over 200 under
plow, balance pasture and hay; only a
few acres rough land; largo, ilno frame
building; n royul good furm; no incum
brance Will oxchnngo for eastern town
or city proporty.
No. 118. IGo acres, all No. 1 soil. The
present corn crop will go 70 bushels to
tbo acre. 80 ncres under plow, balance
hay land; incumbrance 800." Will ox-
. ohnngo equity for work horses.
No. 110. IGO acres, with good frutno
buildings; well and windmill; 120 acres
under cultivation; 40 acres pasture; 7
milos from railroad; incumbrance 9I."00.
Will exchanuo equity for horses.
No. 08. .'!C0 ucres; all good soil, only
two miles from a good ruilroud; frauio
buildings, lino spring near the house;
11Q acres under plow, 80 acres lino fenced
pasture, ba'uuce good hoy land; 140 u.
line river bottom land. Prico 13500.
No. 013. 100 acres, tlvo miles from
this city; G5 undor cultivation, 140 good
tillable land, balance pasture; lays well;
food sell; building no good. Prico
$1500. Will make u daaiuible home.
No. 018. 80 acres, three miles from
railroad town; 25 ucros undor cultiva
tion; somo tlmbor, email frame house,
stable, woll, &c. Prico only $750.
No. 021. 80 acres,. three? niileo from
railroad; 75 acres under plow; frumo
buildings, well, someff ult trees, Prico
97S. This is ull good eoil and a desir
No. 025. 240 aoreu; with frame house,
frame barn, frame corn crib with wagon
abed, nico grovo ot timber, good well,
also Bpring and running water; 110 ucros
under cultivation; 00 acres fonced pas
turo; school-house, across tbo road; ox.
cellont neighborhood; sovon milos from
railroad. Will sell ut u bargain.
No. 031. 1C0 ucres, qulto nenr this
city; over 100 acres undor cultivation;
frnmo buildings, two wells.; can nil ,bo
cultivated; all fenced; city school privi
leges. Cheap homo at 82SO0.
No. 032. 720 ucres, in Smith county,
Kansas; lays on statu linn; buildings
now occupied, but nro poor; .'toO untlor
plow; 40 uciou tlmbor; good running
water; 300 acres bottom land; an extra
good body of land; can bo cold in lots or
togothor. Prico, 810 per aero.
No. 037. ICO ncrcu, four miles fnim
this city; good frumo buildings; good
well; bearinc orchard; 80 acres plowed;
GO. in fenced pusturo; bulanco hay land;
a good farm. Prico 62S00. Tonus to
No, 010. 440 ucreo.noar city; 2."0 acres
under plow; all bottom land, with plen
ty of timbor; good framo buildings; tho
very best of nlfuKu land. To parties
wanting grass land will odor u grout
No. 041. 1G0 acres, i miles from
gMd railroad town; 140 acres nico,
sensotb, good plow land; 10 acroa' in
timber; this is prairie Jand, extra good
soil, as the big growth of grnaa, will
ehow. Price $1200; very cheap.
No, 045. 1G0 acres, three miles from
mod railroad town: 80 acres undor coml
cultivation; good six-room framo Iioubo;
stable, well, windmill; 80 ncres fencod
pasture, with timbor and runuing water.
Cheap at $1700.
1 s- A ), .
No. 017. G10 acres school land; all raw
prairio; part leased, part contruct; our
equity for salo; extra good soil, splendid
grass land. Wo havo a hult section ad
joining this section; mostly undor culti
vation; good framo building; cattle
sheds, food lots, Jtc. Writo for prico
No. 040. 320 ucres, 7 miles from rail
road town; 100 ncres under plow; good
soil; living water; no building; 40 ucres
rough lund. Prico 82300.
No. 050. 100 ncres, throo miles from
this city, good building; plonty of wn
tor; fencod pusturo; 80 acres undor
plow; eomo timber; nil good soil. Trico
No. 0rl. G10 acres; large framo house
barn, cattlo sheds, granary, corn cribs,
scales, tenant house; one hult undor
cultivation; a number of ncres in alfalfa;
all fencod and cross-fenced; plonty run
ning wator; noar good town; u good
woll; located cattlo ranch. Writo for
prico and terniB.
No, 053. 1G0 acres, 7 miles from rail
road town; 100 acreB under cultivation,
bulance uudor fonco; sod buildings; good
well; all good soil; but little rough land.
Prico $1500. Torms to suit purchasor.
No. 055. IGO acros, 0 miles from this
citj; rock buildings; well und running
wator; 75 acres under cultivation:
fenced pasture. Prico 81500.
No. 057. 1G0 acres; framo buildings;
well und windmill; 7 miles from good
ruilruad town; good soil; 80 acres under
plow; bulunoo fencod pusturo; somo
fruit hihI shude treeo, Prico 81G00. A
No. 000. 100 acres, 8 miles from rail
roud; good frame buildings in good con
dition; considerable bottom land, and
extra good soil; well und runntug wuter;
85 fl(!rpfl tn f-llltlvjittnri linlnnnn n.-4t.
good pasture und huy laud. Prico 81800;
No. 003. 200 ncres, 4 miles from rail
mud town, frume buildings; well, Ac;
75 acreB under plow; but little wasto
land: cood tinfitnm und Viiiv Innil Prion
82000; long term.
No. 0G5. GO nnraa nHinlnlnra tnmn.
frame buildings; good well: all undor
cultivation: ornnil Innrl- will malm q
homo. You can buy it choan.
No. 000. 120 acres, near this city; 100
ucres good bottom lund, und mostly un
dor cultivation and fence; framo house;
stablo und out-buildings. This lund is
well ndnptod to alfalfu or sugar beets;
boing near tho dopot is quito dcsirablo.
No. 0G7. GO ncres, adjoining this city;
all under good cultivation; good soil;
frumo buildings; a vory desirablo subur
No, 008, IGO acres rnw prairio; throo
miles from this city; good grass and
hay luud. Prico 81000.
No. 0G1). IGO ucros, 3 miles from coed
railroad town; 120 ucres under cultiva
tion; all enn bo plowed, and ull cood
soil, fonced pusturo; frumo buildings;
woll and windmill. Prico 82000.
No. 071. 320 ucros: cood frumo build-
ings; good woll, also running wntor; 200
ucres undor plow; no waste land; all
good soil, us the tlno crop of corn will
show. Prico 81200.
The nbovo is only u partial list of our
lands, If you do not soo whnt von want
on this list, ploase writo for full rjurticu-
, lars. I know I huvo the luud that will
On much ot our land we ask but a
reasonable payment down, deferred pay
ment to draw 7 percent Intorest.
Our entire county ia woll supplied
with school housos, tho school session
undor good touchers runuinc from six
to nino months each year.
Correspondence solioited, Wo will
renlV nrotnmlv. finrl intnrnat.. If nnanltiln
Coma and soe ub,
D. II. SPANOGLE,
Kc Clean, Nek
Cutting hay is the order of tlio day.
Mr. Hanson sold some hogs Wed
nesday. Ynnco Sorgcnson nttcndod oliurch
ut Red Cloud Sunday.
Flavc Gnco was visiting old friends
in our locality last week,
Rev. Bean was transacting bushes
at Ambey an Thursday.
Iho Lono Star nino nlavcd two
games of ball at Inavalo Saturday and
came out victorious caoh titno.
Nearly everyone in our 'neighbor
hood attended tho convention at Cow
its last week. Thoy all report a good
T t . .
uoc j'ttveiccK was married on
Tuesday of this week to Miss Mart-
Rushno frein near Fairfield. Tho
writer wishes them a long and happy
Cornie Horrigan of Lcnurk, Illinois
is nt home with his parents.
W. C. Meoro was in this city woek.
Georo Denny of Swanton moved
into the Nespal residence.
J. W. Boomor and family loft Inst
Tuesday for Green county, Iowa.
whoro thoy will spend a couple of
weeks with their daughter Mr. Grant
Miss Aimio Roth left for Kenwood,
Iowa, whero she has been engaged to
Farmers aro all busy making hay.
Mr. Wheeler is pushing tho work
on his new houso right along. Ho
will have a neat residence when fin
ished. Ono of Monro's elevator horses
diod Inst Thursday.
N. E. Bolton of Ong is tho guest o
L E, Spcnco.
Mr. and Mrs. Sneo returned homo
tho foro part of this weok after spend
ing a few days with frionds in Frank
lin. J. Brassard left the latter part of
the week for Omaha where he goes to
receive treatment for Homo chronic
Webster County Tnlr.
Although the season has advanced
and tho ofUcora of tho society hnvo been
unable to fix an earlior duto thun Oc
tobor 10. 11 and 12. evorvthincr looks
bright for one ef the most successful of
ell tho fairs over bold in southern Nob
ruskn. Tho threo committees appointed
consisting of speed, stock and lloral hall
have presented an attractive program
and on thut will bo mado up suitable
aud Interesting to every person residing
in Wobster and adjoining counties
Our stock, form products and mechani
cal displays will novor have been so la
vishly exhibited as at this time beside
tho usuul amount of racing, lloral dis
play and stock exhibit, tbero will be of
fered one ot tho most novol and pictur
esquo ontertainmonts by tho bicycle
club that any section of the country has
ovor presented. We hopo that evory
one will lay OBido all euro and business
and come to the fair for a few days.
A. M. Bailey, a well kuewn oltizen of
Eugene, Oregon, says his wife has fer
years been troubled with chroufc diar
rhoea and osad many remedies with little
relief until she tried Chamberlain's Collo,
Cholera and dlarrhcua remedy, which has
cured her eonnd and wall. Give It a trial
and yon will ba aurprlsad at the prompt
relief It nlfnrda, 25 nod r0 eant bottlaa
for solo by Dayo ond Grloa Druggists.
It pays to keop on tho right sido;ot
newspapor men. As tho editor of the
Strontor, HI., Monitor says: Evory
nowspapor trousures up in its memory
tho numoB of its friends nnd likowiso
its onomios. It novor overlooks nn on-
portunlty to nssist tho former, but never
goes out ot tho wny to aid tho lattor,
Ildmau nature is tho sumo everywhere
Pooplo who show a nowspapor kindness
nevor make a bettor investment or one
thut moro surely ropay them an hun-drod-fold
soonor or lator. As has boon
truly said: "There occasionally comes a
tlmo in the life ot every man when n
word said by a nowspapor oithor makes
or unmakes the individual mentioned."
Press and Printer.
Ilrlck for Mnle.
20,000 brick for sale ut rousonnble
prices. C. B. Crono.
Heroaftor Willlnni TMntmrrlonn will
fead all tenme nt the rnto of 10 cents for
hay. Barn enet of Holland Houso.
Tickots on ulo to Stnte Fair, Septem
ber 13 to 20 inclusive, limited to return
to September 23, for ono fure plus 50c.
which includes ono admission to the
grounds. On Septonber 17th und 18th
a furo of 83.50 will bo mado from this
point to Omuhtt and return which in
cludes one admission to tho fairgrounds.
Thoso tickets limited to roturn Septem
ber 20th. 1895. A. Conovkk, Agt.
Less Tlinn Hair IIiUcn to I.ouU
vllle, Ky ,
Are ottered by tho Burlington Route,
Sept. 8, 9 and 10, on account of tho Na
tional Encampment of the G. A. 11.
xne eurnsKa u. A. it. olliciul train.
carrying the department commander,
will lenvo Liineolu ut 1:20 p. m., Monduy,
Sept. 9. Members of tho W. R. C, nnd
tho O. A. It. bh woll as tho gonorul pub
lie, will rind this train by far tho most
desirable means ot reaching tho oncamp
mont us it goes through to Louisville
without chango of cars.
Tickets, eleopiug car rosorvution nnd
full information on application to any
agent of the 13. & M. It. R. or to J. Fran
cis, G. P. & T. A., Omaha, Nob.
Irving W. Lnrimore, physical dlreotor
of Y. M, O. A., Des Moines, Iewa, says he
can consaicutiouflly recommend Chamber
lain's Pain Balm to athletes, gymnasts.
bioyolUts, foot ball playar and the pre-
fashion iu genernl for bruises, sprains and
dislocations; nlao for soreness and stiff noss
of the musolo. When appllad befera the
parts beaoma swollen it wilt affaot a euro
in one half the time usually raqairad.
For sale by Dayo & Grlcn Druggists.
Old MettlcrV Pleitlc.
Tho annual plonio of tho Wobstor
County Old Settlers' Association will bo
hold In Gov. Garbers grove, Red Cloud,
on Thursday, September luth.
E. Pktkrs, President.
D. McCalldm, Socretary.
Don't fnrOBt that I nm nrnnnrnrl tn
cany passengers to all parts of the city.
uuuvu ruHrH nt me iiouanu nouse.
Special sale of 200 pairs of mon'e pants
at 83 00 for two wnnkn. Ttman rmmla
Bold from 83.76 to sjGOO, A. Gulushu.
Wnvorly bicycles, tho best in the
world, for salo by W. W. Wright. Prices
reasonable. Soe him it you want h
The onrrant number of the Rand
MoNally Onld cotiua'n a new gnzetaer
of cltlt, towns and ht-alth and pteaanre
resort of the United Mintan, Canada and
Mexion. On sule amrywher. Kaad anb
aoription to 106 Adi nis street, Cbieag.
Kansas City, Mo., Stock Yards.
Market Beports Free.
Q.W. CUVSON, Loins.
.T. HUiTON. ICTTU
J. Y. 1. GIlAY, Office.
rt, sJwa talUbU. ladics ask
ltntgt tor CkUknttr JhtjtUk Via
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iNifi BfaltJ with blue rfbben. Taktt
ILIKIMMJ JaJf.lfinnl tl Itpna.l.o - a
"pf fcr prllcalajrt tUmalJ &
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Ayar'a Hair Vigor toaee up the weak
hair reota, stimalataa the vaaiela and tls
suea whloh supply the hair with nutrition
strengthens the hair itself, and adss tho
oil whloh keeps the shafts soft, lustrous
aad silky. The moat popular nnd vidua
bio toilet preparation In the world,
Spocial sale ot 200 pairs ot mon'e punts
uimuu tor i wo weoKB. Theso coods ii .n.SVJ "ir"
sold from t3.75 to tO.00.-A. QifiuSSl nd 'ler u
For timekeeping and durability nothing
beats tho sovontoon jowoled
Duujikr Hampden WxTon.
and examine them. Also hie line of
i'i!lMJ..nni,,,?1i,i8llverwJre' fonvenlr spoons,
pea I handled Knives and forks, carving sets
cal Una-curd canes, boa bon boxes and other
notrltlet. A nno lino of siiociiicles ami eye
fi'nVtK.,"",i,i0.,a ra.mc" V'cl. and cir -Jul at
tention iKihl iu ntihiK the eje. My lino of Vnd
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