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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1896)
TH K UK CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 189tf.
OUR PREMIUM ANNOUNCEMENT.
FREE $ 1 0.00 FREE
Search for Missing Li ks, (and our bargains.) It costs you nothing. Give it a trial.
HOW IT IS DONE:
$5.00 l thf pmon oomiug tlio nearrtst to supplying tin1 missing wonls to our minouncenu'nt below, thus making the ad road as the original. $1.50 to the puiHon coming tho second
neiufM; mid a pnir of our bent $2.50 Shoes to the single person making tin most trials or gm,Hses.( Each trial must he accompanied ly the purchase of a pair of our popular shoes, or
aj Oxtords. Original eopj deposited with Peopled Dank. Contest to close June 1st. Everybody give it a trial; it costs yon nothing. AVe have such bar'ains as were never oH'civd before.
Come and examine our nobby line of Ladies Fine Shoes.
Regular styles in Needle, Narrow, Square and Quarter Dollar
Toe, new broad heel. These are values never ottered before.
$tf oiidi upwards
OXFORD! OXFORD !
A htwuleoiue line of Ladiec' and Children's Oxfords.
Bongola, Vice Kid and Grain in black, tan and combination
colors, beautiful shapes, great wearing qualities, no trash.
Men's Fine Welts and McKay sewed Shoes, black and tail.
Uvp, o Imvti nut forgotten you, Wn linve n luro iwaortment of 11ob' handsome
Kii.ur Ton-", Ni.riow Square Toes, Oporu Toes, Ilrond Toes. Grout wourorH.
All kin. is of Shoe Dies'-ing.
Tan and Patent Leather Polish.
Black and Tan Laces, In-soles, and Shoe Supplies.
OUR SPRINO ANNOUNCEMENT.
1 "Wo have now for our
2 a large assortment of
spring styles, in Men's, Women's, and Children's Shoes,
1 which we have
4 a large and appreciating
5 for some time
G We have now the finest assortment of shoes the.
7 of this community have ever had the
8 of seeing, and at such.
y as will make them very
10 AVe have never depended on the
11 of handling the common low
Ii2 goods entirely, although the ,
13 of the country has compelled ns to
14 this class of goods more than at any
15 time. We have in the iiuest line and styles it is
K for experienced woikmen to
17 While onr store is not a
18 We have been and will be
It) to keep a clean, bright, and attractive
20 where the most fastidious or humble
CALL AND EXAMINE,
Jonh Strootman's popular $2,25 and $2.50 tin hoes.
UeKt wearers and neatest shoe imide.
For Hough Service or Farm "Wear,
MfMiV Ornin Soninlfln Shoes, Tip, luce or connrrwn, Plow Shoes, !."u Mild upward.
Children's Serviceable Orain nnd Culf SIioiih. WonienV Honvy DuiikoIh Grain,
Calf, nd KHUnroo Culf Shos. LarK Auklo Shoes.
SOLK AOENT FOK THE
Little Giant School Shoes, Wnrrntod.
I1EST CHILDKEN'S SHOES ON EARTH.
RUBBERS ! RUBBERS !
Shoes and Overshoes, high and low cut. to lit all shape shoes.
Let 'or Hip, and Remember This:
If shoes rip, we sew them f r e.
If soles come loose, we tack them free.
if straps come off, we replace them free.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST !
8puirfl$.1.r)0to.-jC0, Liidiei Kino Tuin Shew; Plain Toon we offer you for
1 ..in nnimi 'inil hit i"iPi.fnll v -mil I '' piiirH Biiiiio tin bovo, with tip, at 12.15. Tlun.i urn odd sizt-H und must ro at n
1 1.111 LOIIlt .111(1 ill l.iiliiili .urn ogH o not ucceut our Btulomont. hut coiumind hon for ourBBir.
r.r, I'll .1 ...!il. .. 1 1
n nneti wiin naiiiiMMiie
2.'J of elegant and fashionable shoes to
24 or with the heavier and more serviceable
25 Travel from the Atlantic or the. ,
2(5 and you will not liud a single
27 who should be better satisfied or more
28 than we, on account of the liberal
21) trivet i me. It has eneouratred us and
If our shoes do not give proper service, we will make them j J.50 the way for gi eater and more
satisfactory (.Hurts to satisi'v each ami even one of our
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Yours for honest endeavor and inci eased trade,
A H. KA EY,
Troprietor Cincinnati Boot and Shoe Store,
Pel Cloud, Nebraska.
IGroiilg, to Paint ? 3
'i'ho Lincoln ulieoluUl) Pure liouao 1'uiuts aru the beet in the inur- -
l;et. Hero ate four important poiutsin iu favoi: !"
- Moro niut for jour ruoiioy. Wo give jou it full pulton.
y- It eigV,a more than hiiv other pniut.
w- It will epread ftuther thnn any other paint.
? It io (juurantofld to satisfy. Sold by
&: C. L. COTHNG, The Druggist. 2
Insurance : Agency
Q a VJSfiL Agent
000000000 (Successor to Chits, Schttffnit.)
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Represents the following couipiinioa:
Uorimin Iimuninee Co., lreeport, III
11ohI liihuntnc Co , Liverpool, Eotr.
riitenix Aburnnco Co, London, England
llritiHh Anitricu Apauwinco Co. Toronto, Canudii
Mutuwl Kenetva Puiul Lifo Association, Now York
Provident Suvinirn Life ABsurnnco Socioty, Now York
The Cuniird Lino Stottmship Cninpiiuy, Now York and Uostou
S'Office Opora Homje Ulock, over Mizer & McArthur'a etoro
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
1) KALE US IN
Building Matkrial, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Harness 1 Harness ! Harness !
J O BUTLER,
The Square Dealing, Low Priced, Best Gradt
In Red Cloud. Prices right for cash
l'ruM'ctlnR Tree from Kixtoiiu.
A uulletln from tho Indiana. Experi
ment atatlon &ayn:
Young fruit trees nro very npt to be
Injured during tho winter by mice and
rabbits gnawing tho hark. This la
especially true If tho orchard has boon
neglected during tho summer season.
A heavy gtowth of grass or weeds
nbout tho trees make excellent nests
for mice during tho winter, nnd where
luhhlsh heaps have been allowed to
accumulate In tho orchard, especially
If It Is near a forest, rabbits will al
most Invariably congregate. Under
these conditions tho young trees will
almost certainly uffer from tho rav
ages of one or both of these pests. It
Is Important, therefore, that this mat
ter bo attended to at once.
There arc various remedies recom
mended for these evils; tho llrst nnd
most successful of which Is clean culti
vation. If this has not been followed
then remove all looso mulch, dead
grass and rubbish of various kinds
from the Immediate vicinity of tho
baso of tho trees. This will destroy
tho ncbtlng p'aces of mice, and will go
far towards protecting tho trees from
injury. Then, In nddHlon to tho
above, make n smooth, compact mound
of earth, a foot hjgh, nbout tho baso of
tho trees, Just boforo the ground
freezes. These two precautions will
bo nil that is necessary to Insuro pro
tection against mice.
Rabbits nro not so liable to Injure
trees where there aro other smnll
plants, such as young grape vines or
nursery stock In tho Immedlnto vicin
ity of the orchard, ns they seem to de
light In cutting off the young tender
brnnches In preference to gnawing tho
bark of older trees. It is nlways safe,
hownvrr, to protect tho trees, and a
favorlto method Is to wrap tho trunkB
with closely woven wlro Bcrocn, mica as
Is used for Bcrcen doors. This may bo
cut Into strips eighteen Inches to two
feet In length and wldo enough to
completely enenso tho body of tho trco.
These may be tncked on or tho edges
woven together, and If they do not
fit too closely may bo left on for sov
eral years. Instead of tho wire screen,
ordlnnry roofing tin Is somotlmea used.
Sheathing paper Is also used with good
effect, plnced on tho tree in a similar
manner. If one 13 locntod near n
slaughter houso, a very convenient as
well as effectual method Is to wash the
trunks of tho trees with blood or ran
cid grease. This, however, js liable to
bo washed off by rnlns, and would need
renewal neveral times during tho win
tor. These nnd doubtless other rem
edies will provo effectual If properly
applied. By giving this matter Imme
diate attention, much damage to the
young orchards may bo prevented.
Jas. Troop, Horticulturist.
ben Biy ' aiok. we care hw Qutorit,
Wttea be wu Child, ah rld f or QutoHfc
Wboa ah became Mis, ahe dune to Cuterie,
Waco ahe had CaUdreo, she gave tkera Caatarfe.
Clover on1' Mfalf.i for Hogs. In most
of tho soils In the- Central West red
clover nuibt lie rolled on ehlclly lor the
! green " I gtowth. But where the
1 noil Is very deep and porous alfalfa does
finely. On such coll alfalfa will supply
forage for IS to 120 hogs per acre for tho
season. This Is specially fine for pigs
and growing shoals. It has been found
that pigs will gain 100 pounds ench dur
ing tho season from May to September,
and 100 pounds of pork cannot bo pro
duced so cheaply on any other feed. Tho
pigs will come out of the field In au
tumn In capital condition to fatten with
corn or small grain. Tho alfalfa in a
hog pasttue could bo mowed once or
twlco during the summer, or whenover
It begins to get hardy and woody. This
wjll provide plenty of young and tender
horbago, which Is more nutritious,
weight for weight, than forago from the
older plants, and If the swine arc pro
vided with this food In Its most nutri
tious condition, their giowth will be
most rapid. Ex.
I am going to sell it,
No matter what others do.
DqxiH; jbujr until jqu QxumiiXG
my stiQGfc nnd. prcs
I You Wan! I'ufttitri'.
On tho lbt of the mould tho
town herd will lie started aud if jou
want your cow pastured got nrojud by
that time, as only a limited number
will bo taken this boiison, Api to
10 2t C. II. Kai.i-.v.
Tor Stile or Tratlu.
A houso and two lots, in tho south end
of the city, for dalo; or, will trade for
horscp, wugon, harns9, etc. Apply to
15-4t YV. J. Fr.imY.
Rod Cloud, Nob.
A FULL UM)OI
Ik I.Hpt for rtorvIo m rt, Dny'n Imrn. TliU
Bill iniM bred at Lincoln iu th full of
lH'J'J, whllt) lil mo'lmr urn on exhibition
nt tlio Hiutu frtlr. TIiIh (mil took IliHt
prfinium nt Him WYhotur count; fnir in
full or lB'.ir,. Tlili is tliu brut hrud Jurrtny
bull iu WVlmtur county, 11 h weight lit
l'.'OO lbs. For fiirlliur purtiuulnre, 011II itt
. DAV.H ILYSC.V,
Foot of Kim St, llud Cloud,
Cull ou J. II. Smith for inaurituco
ugainst tiro aud lightning, uIho limurt-s
crops uguinst hull in the Funnem' Union
Millinerv, Kid Gloves.
Si: ks, Satins, Fack Vicils andSaii.oks
Tomorrow, April 11,
Mrs. I. Bicknell
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