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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1881)
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Moon i Callender,
-) DEALERS 1N(
Dry - Goodu,
Boot A 8Iioc
HATS AND CAPS.
GLASSW A RB-, QUEEXSWARE,
HARDWARE & HARNESS
KTC, ETC., ETC.
4 Ml line of every tiling kept m a gen
rl sit e, Ht tlie wwfcT cash mocks.
Moon & Callender.
rGWMU, - NEHRASKA
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
AID DIALXB III
A full Mipply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WICK8,
Patronage nIYcitpd and thankfully received.
-Pifrriptinnn cftrtfolly eopoude("
Oho doer south of (Jnrhcr's storo;
RED CLOUD, NEB.
R. L. TINKER.
.CBwewcor to O. A. Brown.)
G fliis afwavs on hand nnd trimmed on short
1 lire MJ l
tut at anr in thft V.illcv,
ot nil ktntln done promptly and
Uiui.il Robes nuni-liud at rcnsonablo
J. L MILLER,
Ktfjf comUntly on hand a full Line of
HARNESS, COLL-VRS, SADDLES,
A'Uiraj. combs, brushes,
And everything usually kept in a first
" TWO'DOORS SOUTH OF THE BANK.
HitHig&Kt Gu& Frica ?l& for Hidi;
Flour & Feed.
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
rsTS, Meal, Bran CHoppul Feedasd-
Vtoit tnHedXnoBd Gnicery. FodI'ro
Uion store when ynn wum supplies for man or
liiKheot market prire in caih iwiip for train
All kind ofofiuntrr 1'iodur tnken n exchange
far cihIii. UiioJi delivered tb all pnrU vt WW&
fre ! clursv-
Sinre ruth f Uced' rio Factary.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
The: Proof of the
j Ybu have onfy to call
- on us- and we can easi-
I ly convince you that T?e
HARD WAR E
A little BELOW the
ao-called 'Bed rockpri-
ces" advertised by other
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islv 5 PerRins.
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THURSDAY N'OV. 17, im.
Local udvcrtiimrni intrtal amnmg
the mutiny mutter triU be charged I Ora., a
line tacJi ituierlion.
Ilcnrv Cook's for Paint.
Hoods, Flannels nnd needle work;
home manufacture, at Xewhocskh.
Lead and Oih, at
Ked Cloud precinct jkvc
majority of 78 votes.
AH kinds of building material at the
Chicasa Lumber Yard.
LadicH Knit Underwear,
Mud and slush, t-lush and mud, last
;vecS: and the fore part of this.
Silk, riuh and
Beaver haU and
Now let the hatulmta be buried
with the handle htickin out.
School supplies of all kind.s at Hen
ry Cook's Ked Cloud Drfi" Store.
Mr. Brauard, of Iowa, a brother to
Mrs. Lutz, was in town a few days last
The weekly arrival of goods rttll
continues, at Niw. Fowler's.
Thursday novembcr 24th has been
set apart by the governor as a day of
For nice Fringes
and drops Trim
mings, go to
Dr. Hall rejoices because a
doctor has arrived at his house,
The-latest in Dress, Hats nnd Bon
nets to bceen at the Leading Milli
nery Store this week.
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A large etock of Gcrmantown wool,
Zephyrs and btocking yarn, at
C. H. Van Wyck has our
for valaable public docu-
The B. &, M. railroad boys voted the
straight republican ticket at last Tues
All wool hoods for sale at
New gooods in abundance at the
Leading Millinery Store 1st door north
of the Bank.
Gkn J. M. Thayer, of Grand Island,
was a caller at the Cwikp offico last
Franklin square libraries, at
We think that the bolters in this
countv have learned a lesson that tliev
will not soon forget.
A full supply of flannels of all kinds
at F. Newhousk's.
Almost the entire Republican
ticket in Adams county was defeated
at the pplls last week..
Imnerial mixed naint. at the Red
Cloud Drug Store.
E. K. Conrad who was injured in
the fray on Elm creek last Sunday
week, is reported as improving.
Go to Newhouse's
store for dress
goods of all kinds.
Buckwheat flour. Maple syrup, New
Orleans Molasses, Sugar House Drip
Syrup and Sorghum for sale at
Last Thursday this part of the "foot
stool" was visited b' a snow storm a
regular blizzard, which lasted i!4
A. B. Fox, of the Cowles elevator is
making arrangements to put in a set
of burrs, and will be prepared to grind
feed in a short time.
This-seems to have been an unusu
ally good vcar for independent can-
,. ; . . , ... . m.
uuiaies; ouisiue oi tniP county, ino
straight ticket was defeated in Frank
A Thanksgiving Sinner. .
T?ie Ladies Aid Society of the M. E.
Church will serve a dinner to the
citizens of Red Cloud and vicinity on
Thanksgiving day- The proceeds of
which to be applied on church debt.
A Dime Social will follow in the
evening. A more definite notice will
be given next week. Bv order of
A Lost Child!
i Aiy ; person reading this card and
'can give information that will find
COURTNEY CAltBAUGH. a little
hoy that left home the 22d of October
and not since been heard of, will re-
IievoTi gnef-stricken hither and moth
er and will be rewarded for all
He is 12 years old and has dark eyes
and hair and the thumb of the left
hand off at the first joint. Was
dressed in dnrk suit of good: clothes
when he left. Telegraph,
J. H. Carhaugh, Shannon, Illinois.
Headq'rs Garfield Post No. 80" G. A.
R. department of Neb: Red Cloud Neb,
There will be special meeting: of
Garfield Post No: 80 G. A. R- at? the
'Armory in Red? Cloud on Monday
evening Aov. 51st 1881, at 6:30 p. m.,
sharp. A" full attendance is requested.
W. IL Sibohx; 3K BI McNrrr,
A'd'j. Post Commander.
Hardware at Cost.
The hardware store formerly- owned
by Holcomb Bros, is nowthe-property
of Mr. Converse, of Lincoln,- who is
desirous of selling the stock,- at cost
and lias placed Mr. A-. Kaley in charge
of the storerwho will at all' times be
ready to showyou the goods- aL seUjahd to secure the investeiemt of east-
them to you at greatly reduced prices.
JallatJK!BlcomW;Brp9. old stand wlw
iin.need oi iwiyfflg"ia khardware Jlrwow 'fxw'iniuuqwwtuwtrwna .waBsaoifff,.
".rna -" - -MJS-vcin-v'iufiairTaileV aHtBrer .oHiir'- . nrwsf&r tiif t-r-t'pd'o ntoaicsir-a I wr--.-
Rex-. J. M. Frj-'c, of Blue Spring is
shaking hands with hid old friend in
Red Cloud thb week.
We owe "Betev'
allowing her article for the woman'
column to be crowded out this week.
There will 1h a Sabbath school con
cert in the M. E. church next Salhath
evening commencing at 7 o'clock. A
couecuou 10 am in
will be taken up.
buying a library
A law partnership has been formed
between E. C. Haw ley and N. 11.
Thorpe, under the firm name of Haw
ley i Thorpe, They will make a
strong legal team. Their office is over
Henry Laverty who was arrested on
the charge of -tabbing K. K. Conrad,
had his preliminary trial at Blue Hill
lafct Saturday and was bound over to
appear at the next term of court, hi2
bond being placed at $400.
The Cmnr office has been crowded
with job work, and we get tetribly
behind hand with our work during
election time, but we hope to catch up
within the next week, in the mean
time bring along your printing.
Jim Laird may or he may not have
taken a hand in Webster county poli
tico during the recent campaign, but
ifwemi-itake not the f.eople of this
county have a scathing rebuke laid up
for that gentlemen, to be adminis
tered when the proper time ar
Some of the members of the old
ring (recently busted) and their sattel
litcs are doing a good deal of swearing
at the Chief, attributing their defeat
to us. Whatever assistance we may
have rendered the people in bringing
about the highly satisfactory result of
the last election, we feel proud of, but
we do not claim that the entire honor
of the victory belongs to us. The
people did it with their little votes,
and we congratulate them.
That there could be anyone so
dumb as to connect two distinct and
difcrcnt locals together and make out
of them something that was never in
tended, hardly pccms possible, yet it
was done last week by some of the in
telligent (?) readers of the Chief.
Hereafter we will place a dash be
tween the local items, and if that is
not enough to keep the readers from
confounding them we will place the
locals so far apart that the mot ma
licious cannot, by any stretch of the
imagination, make out that they
should be connected together.
J. A, Tulleys has been defeated in
the race for the office of county clerk,
and on the 31st day of December next
will retire to private life.
We have fought Mr. Tulleys, politi
cally, for some time, and would have
continued to fight him, ?o long as he
held an office, because we did not
believe that it was for the best inter
ests of the county to have Mr. Tulleys
in the clerk's office.
Whatever we may have said of the
gentleman in times past, has been
said of him as a public officer and not
as a private citizen, and while we were
unalterably opposed to him as a pub
lic officer, we do not wish to be un
derstood as being an enemy to him as
a private citizen, and while we court
the friendship of no man, we wish to
say in conclusion that so far as wo nie
concerned there is not a particle of
enmity .betjveen Mr. Tulleys and our
self. The score has been settled.
Wherever he may go or in whatever
legitimate business he may engage,
the Chief wishes him an abundant
Feaes ani Good Will.
Election is over and the smoke of
battle has cleared away, and the par
ticipants on both sides of the struggle
just ended can return to the paceful
avocations of every-day life. Though
there has been, we have no doubt,
wounds received by some in the late
political, fight that time will never heal,
let us hide them from view with the
adhesive plaster of charity, and in all
matters pertaining to the public weal,
pull together for the public good.
Though we have been divided, politic
ally, let us, for a time at least, bury
the political hatchet of war and work
together for Red Cloud aud her inter
ests and for the advancement of the
interests of the entire county.
Let us show to the balance of the
state that though we may be divided
politically, we stand as a unit in readi
ness to advance by all legitimate
means the material interests and de
velopement of our county. Steps
should be taken to induce men of
means to settle in our mfdst. Factor
ies should bo established, and once
established they would yield a hand
some per cent, on the investment.
Let the talk of politics and politi
cal scalps, for the time being, be
hushed, and let hs discuss ways and
and means by which our interest as a
town and. county may be advanced.
Political scalps are very desirable in
their time; and- we are somewhat
proud of the fact that a- very choice
collection has-recently been attached
to tHe belttOf too Chief, and we might
add that the value of the' collection
will boenlianced, in time, by the ad
dition of ether top-knots which we
are after, and which we will have or
follow their owners to their political
graves., irrttremean time a year m
terveaes whkfrshottl&be spent in a
more profitaUeiray; and we are ready
and willing to- work with onr late
political enctaies in aneSbrt to secure
a respectable share of immigration
th'at'ir constantly flowing westward,
erncapital i Ueereket of the
xixi is Zsswz AUsi &t
South Side of Republican,
November 12th 1851
Sefcoor in the peaceful solitood of
.. .1 .r t. . . , - . .
with Miranda, ?,ch,, my wife, at my
trie and the t m a jnlcn of 'cm up in
heep?, I had almo-t forgotten that
election day with it turmoil wa., ap-
proacnm, wnen l ctU a couple of
gen Cry coiniu' down the road in a
buggy. Tlicy driv v.p to our tater
patcli andjutnpiii out shook my hand
corjitly and comphuteuted Miranda
until she blushinly retired to the
kitchen, then j-eein the twin wich hcil
bin eaten corn bread v.ith sorghuu
onto it and afterwards rolin in the
dirt, one of them aid, "Oh, you vccet
little deers come hero til I ki- you,"
and he actooly took them young ones
into hid arms an' permitted them to
muss his immaculate rhirt bosom
while he kied their dirty faces, and
from thct moment I knowed he war
Tother feller seemed to be the finan
cial agent of the inatitushen, he said,
"Mr. Bradley, you hqvc been rec
ommended to me as a iutisllic nt and
diakreet member of thb commoomty,
and as such I approach you with a
bizness proportion, too-wit- In onler
to perpetoo.Ue the present dynasty in
Webster county it i- nece5.iry that
we enli.-t in our coz a certain number
of intelligent and liberal minded tiller.
of the soil, sich as you, an' we will pay
you for your inilooence."
An, he ahowd mo greenbax.
I told 'cm I wood see 'em in town
the follcrin mornin an' hurried into
the house to consult with Miranda
she's my right bower, Miranda is, my
ark of refooge, so to speak.
Well I ktim to town the follerin day
and the firet man I drapped onto was
a man who had been tempted of the
devil, scriptoorly spcakin. In other
words he had been offered greenbax,
like myself. The only diference be
twixt this man and myself was the
fack thct he had sckoored the green
and I hedn't.
This man also pinled out to me six
other men made after God's own image
who had recccvcd some of the hiker
and who, each and every one declared
their intention to vote tulhcr way.
This pcccc of information put a
ijee into my bed and I immcjetly re
tired behind a cow-shed and reasoned
"If I sell my vote and deliver the
goods on election day it is unhoncra
ble, but if I sekoor the greenbax and
fail to deliver the goods, then there is
no sale and I hcv, like Ciezar's wife,
preserved my virchoo and am thct
This reasonin was satisfactory to
my conshence. espechaly when I rec
ollected the passage of Scriptoor wieh
Miranda red to me tuthcr night wieh
"Be ye on the lookout for the good
things of thiaycarth, and let not thy
chancas slip, but wen n good thing is
held out to the do thou put forth thy
hand and take it."
And I immcjetly went forth to look
for the finaushal agent, thct I might
put forth my hand and take the
greenbax thct the Lord and the dye
nasty intended I should hev.
Aud I got 'cm.
But how I voted will always remain
a sakred secret, sokoorly locked in
the inmost recesses of my bosom aud
thet of Miranda.
This was about a week before elec
tion. I bought Miranda a new calikcr
dress an' some duds for the twins an'
after sequestering a demijon of good
old Kentucky rye in the wagon for
private peional sack ri mental pur
poses, went joyfully hum.
From thet time until after election I
was constantly in town during the day
in attendance upon the private cor
cusses and at hum in bed with my
boots on during a pait of most of the
night, Whiskce was free, in behalf
of the dye nasty, at one of the saloons
in Red Cloud, and between thct and
my private demijon at hum I man
aged to maintain-a state of cxhubcr
ant hilarity seldom equaled and never
And all that the dye nasty might be
perpetooatcd, and thct the fat might
grow fatter and the lean grow
There wuz some very fine political
jobs put up in wieh I took a promi
nent part, and in wieh the nose with a
little man ahind it, of wieh I hev hed
occashun to speak afore, also took a
conspicus part on the other side,
dad gast him.
The day after election I came to
town (havin been conveyed hum
sometime durin the night previous by
a kind hearted neighbor) to find out
whose tale bed been pounded, an' lo
it wuz our'n.
But I hed the greenbax.
As we wuz walkiu up the street.
Miranda an' the twins an' I, an' little
Adolphus wuz ahed Adolphus is one
of the twins you see, he's a boy, the
other is a girl, you know Adolphus is
the oldest, I never could tell any dif
erence in their ages, but Miranda and
the doctor says that Adolphus is tol
erably the oldest well as I wer eayin,
Adolphus was walkin ahed wen a
small boy kum up to him an' says,
says he; "How much did your pa get
lor his vote yesterday." Adolphu3
looked enquirinly at me an' sod- he
didn't know. X her alwas made it a
rule-to keep finanshal matters from
my children, especially about ejection
time:- Their little minds oughn't to
be worried with such things and then
it isn't always prudent to let children
Well when Adolphus told the boy
thet his-pa didn't get anythinf for his
ay he; "Well, xny pa gei three dol
lars for bis voio."
And they mv thai children and
foobi a1a! toll the trpoth."
J farm got a Uitc of potiticM an ihr
cimjuhtu iuxtiric I X am Iwtli w re-
oom agricultural penoou. bet hot to
,io it. Ian, toofcin hopMc Wd,
lwnomm to the lim w?n' dmKl,or
election approach'. I kin almo-t
mon .ho UtlIf, fMlm , ... , ,. ,
, v .-... .-... .. vv WV
it ux in tio tmniupi foxhor. 1
arn eager for the fray an' the intr
quiziu. Hopefully youni,
I. S. I am trytn to jiruVktl upon
Miranda to give her coiwnt to mort
gagin the fnrm, v.ott we will move to
town, ostensibly to eddieatc the twin,
but in reality to be where mv twtiiicci!
services kin bo instantly
case of emergency,
Sepot cftis Sei
Fit- c-v..'. . v.
Lnrolltucnt, A v., Alt.
1 Cool of Honor.
I'upiLs whose attenduuev, diligence
and deportment entitle thorn to a
grade of M or over.
Primary, Charley M itchell,
Dickson, Allies Pone, Charley
. Brtie Tlioma, Lou Van Dyko,
Herd, Cora Cline, Irene Cline, Minnie
Intermciliate, Diilard Betlfonl.
Hugh Miner, Moutiu Tulley, Ka
Bayha, Addic Reiglc, Katie Keigle,
Ktella Weber, Mary Miner, Carrie
McBride, Belle Thomi5on.
High School, Louis Kenney, Mar
shall Koby, Bobbie Potter, Lee Tinker,
Ray Becker, Willie Wt, Mattie Fris
hie, Lena Jonc, Ktta Leach, Kva
Muusell, Carrie Newhonm;, Jcie
Warren, Be"io Walker, Vina Lindsey,
Barbara Ncwhoue, Lulu Warner,
Flora Coykendall, Laura Baird.
Names omitted la-it month. Carrie
Ncwhouse, Eva Munsel.
A. L. Ft'NK, Principal
Mi.s Minnie Kimiiam.,
MlbS MOLUE DlCKENsO
Keeping-Pigs in Tern.
We have tried the experiment f
keeping pigs, with a very decide I
result, and as wc have been impor
tuned by uumernu friends who con
template embaiking in the enterprise,
to give said result for their benefit, wc
cheerfully do so.
In the early summer wc purchased
for the sum of $1.7.1 two pigs which
were each about the m.c of a quart
bottle, and thoc pigs have harrascd
js day and night ever since.
Wehavejuxt finished figuring up
the amount those swine have cost u.
! and the result, wc confess, startles u
We give the figures below, and they
nay figures don't lie:
First cost of porkers,
Corn meal for swill,
Sulpher to clean-e their blood
Advertising for corn.
Feeding and rare of swine.
Total amount of mental difra-s
and misery occasioned bysuitie;
SOiKMX), put down at
Amount of damage done by
Total cost of the little cuc-',
Net cash value " "
Balance on wrong side of
lodger, - - $41 95
The above figures are accurate, and
are given for the benefit of our friends
who desire to engage in pork raising,
and we would suggest for the benefit
of such, and more especially for our
benefit, that our pigs are for sale
cheap. You can try the experiment
with them, they arc small yet, thev
, have'nt grown any to hurt them in
the hist six montlis, and then they arc
tough jut the kind to experiment
with. Call early, they are fast redu
cing us from a state of opulence to
penury nnd want. Yes, we have deci
ded to sell those swine, as a stock
feeder we are not a success, we would
rather mako our money in som e other
oticei-in this column will bo charged 5 cents
a line each week.
Shogo Flour for sale at Ronv's.
Headquarters for flour r.t Putnam's
Flotir and Feed Store.
A full stock of iron and wood
pumps, at Mitchell &. Mohhart.
W. B. Roby has the largest stock of
Fancy Groceries, Confections, kc, in
Go to Roby's and he will show you
Daylight-Oil;" it burns longer givcTs a
better light and b nm-rpforc. 1 1-tf
For Sale: 1C0 acres of land 7
miles sonth-west of Retl Cloud, partly
under cultivation. Timber and water.
Apply at tins ofiicc.
Smith Brothers announce still an
other important reduction in rate of
interest oa timo loans. Simight nine
percent annual interest. Call at the
Bank and leave your application.
$50,000 To Loan
On Real Estate security, at 9 per
cent, annual interest. No commis
sions, at The Webster County Bank,
MONEY TO LOAN!
On Real Esla te, at the lowest rate
interest, by A. A. Pope,
15-tf Red Cloud Neb.
YE1L0T COTTOarWOC '
On hacdt and- re
500.000 Yellow Cbtt
1 3 to 30 ic6S high. J
SBd orders to-
YMr cot loft ? tkr tkMatt of
Dr. MArlan lnz yrut . few &
aso. V hare jwJd t all, stnd H
h ctren uivctil aUtctWwi, We
fun wrniincnl it a p?otI cewth
remedy W d. 7Mlrt A CV.
(JcrJHAJriu n. O
7 Per Cent. Money to Loan !
M.tftcy u wove uu ith m atvtl rp
ttnui, r m dctIel L:ul at 7 pvr csftt . j
ana i z per rctiL .titnxrMm ir at
rashi 3 pr cwnt. in xjMtui.utn
J U WitxiijX.
Office c J t jloor U Ckrf ot&v 3oit
CUM IiKKlaSI) tX).l
For .-ale at the ("kiouo LumUir
Yard, Bed Ciou.l Nob.
In ivalk, WeUtcr Co. Nob. Nev. 2, 1SU
I 5hnt Horn Bull. J vear uM wtl
'tali-r The 1k: "bull in th
Ptal-re The Ik?: bull in the
3oU gl Wether,
W V.wf aixl Imb
l TliortHih hcwl Poltu-China
I j.ur of work iMmy, 2 1 cwt.
3 steer. 2 year old.
I Pair 3 year old teon broke
work. Yqt cu-h or on timo.
13-W-3 II. Su.venos
I, thnuiuler-igned, will mU at public
?nle. about -tx miles ouih-wet of Bed
Clout!, on outh Mde of the river, on
the iihioe known an thi M:nwi1! f.irm
on Wednesday November 30th, 1SS1,
commencing "at 10 o'clock, a. m. the
following described property, to-wit:
li cow.-, and one calf 6 yearling
steer", 3 yearling hetfor, 5 uprtng
calves, CO head of spring hout, 2 work
hnr.e, and 1 yearling colt, 1 double--et
of harness, 1 Milky stirring plow, 1
double harrow, 1 new mower, 1 new
wagon, 1 corn cultivator, 35 tons of
hay, com, in the crib ami omo wheat
and other things to numcroti to men
tion. Toms of Su.n All aounts of 15 and
lev, ca.-di. All over 5, three month-
time will beghen. with approved se
(.!. W. Hitmmei., Administrator
John Stoiiakd, Auctioneer.
Money To Loan
On IIe.il Ivta?e. in Welter and ad
joining countic at the trv 1 ct rates
It will jtay every farmer who think1 of
h rr win; money, l ee me beftro
making arrangements with any other
No expense to the borrower no
tediou- delay no dealing with eatcrn
parties no application foe, bonus or
commission no fee for making or
recording papers or taking acknowl
edgements no advance or cemi-an-uual
interest, and no iutcreM until
inonev is actually in hand.
Call upon or address
It. A SlMlSON
3Stf Loan Broker. Blue Hill, Neb.
Final Proof Xo flees.
Lan.U'Cleet IlketnitJKton. Neb Nor 12. 1S1.
Nttic U hrxrbr tlvtn tht tb Mllng
n srrif'l jcttlrr ha filrtl Miltrr nf ht rktentlun
to tnaVr f.r.al iruof in fut'port uf huoNltn nH
1 thit faid rrnjf will be in a. In tfr Clnk f
, IH'trtrt Oinrt Welxter C.untr t Kr,l CIouJ
I Ncl.. on S"turtl December 17. ljSl Tit.
Pr. n..No Ci"2forthrfK jurtw er. 13
J tuta 2a rr.c l.w. II narri lh f;!owint
j wimn'jM to prove b'u ctitit nnou r?i'tenc
otxio. xn'l ritltiratmn off 11 liml tit. Groxf
hioTton Ttiotna l.uerton. thr'e II. fottvr,
lh"m KvvJ. a! of Ke t Clnu'l Nb.
novlTuooi:; c?. W SWirZEK. P.rliier.
Lan'l Once at Otoratocton Neb. Nor. 12. 1MI.
Notice i hcrcbr ttTrn that th folloarltiv
I OAtne-1 rtvlrr bu fif'i nntiee ofhii intentioo lo
tuike 5ml ro! in niT'Oft of nit elaitn an4 t
ntcCuiil entry thereof before tb clrk of
ItiM.ocrt in We biter county at bit office u
Itel CJtal Neb. on .Sttortay Drs. 17, ISSI. tli:
HMNo li0 for the N Kqtiirter pc V) town
raiicn lr lie name; tbe follnaltig U
tirt t j prute h!i etn'maou reoJenen nfon.
nJ caItiT4iio3 of m1 Unl rii- ilirltm W.
ljrK. FItt Tu'tle. Nelton iUrtiet. John
McCllemll of WeUt Neb
novl'Jeci; S W'.biVITZF.I'.. Uecittrr.
LanfiQ&ceal Hloominston Neb.Kor., 4. 1)41.
Notice is befby sTn tbU the followlnc
natnrxl if. tier bai fileil noti' of hl ialentioa to
aiake Coal t roof in t urtort of hi tUim. an'l e
enre dial entry thereof, before the Clrk of
tbe (V-jtt W eh,ter t oonty Neb . at bi oSco la
Kcl Cload Neb.. on'.Fn lay Dec?. 1S5I. rit:
Stxto 11. ROBKftTMr.
HJ No. 37C7for the mnth-wett jartr ei
town2nraoce lOw. He name tbe follewinc
witnee to prove bi eootinqoat re-l"c
uon and cultivation of taiJ lanJ. tji: Warren
. Iial, Nel.on HurJ, Henry A. MeCane, lid-
win I. .VcUaneallorUcICIoul Nh.
S. W.SWITZKR. I'.etMer.
Land Ofileo at Uloomintlon.'Neb. Nor . 4. ISSI.
Notice it hereby riven lhat tbe folloFinc
earned tettler hat fileJ ootire of bit intention
to make final proof in tnpport of bit elata, and
Ibat taid proof will be made be for Clrrk bit
tnct Court Webtter County at Hed Cloud h'tb.
on Saturday Pecesber 10 IS!.
Biob W. SniattT.
II M No. fi919 for the vouth-wett natrte-- ne. t
towa3n ranje &w. Ho Dime th followicg
witnestet to prpre hit cantinaoat rnileace
upon and cultivation of aid taai viz: John A.
r'mitb of rhomatvilte Neb., Jotbua rleltoa of
Dine Hill Neb . John K. Robineos of rbosae
viile Neb. . Arthur A. Pope of Bed Cloud Neb.
novlOdecf .V. W. tfWiTZEK. Ret itter.
Laad Ofiee at Oloomineton Ntb.. Oct.. 31. 1K1.
Notice U hereby riven that the followicj
naraed tetUer ha filed notice of bit intestioa
t make final proof in tupDort of bit ctaisa. and
tbattaid proof will be taade before Clerk of
llutnrt Court at Ked Cloud reb.. oa Saturday
December 10. lkSl, vie
LcTHta L- Live
nw quarter an quarter c. ZK town 1b rasre
9w. He namei the followisc witaeaaee to prove
hit contisuou reeidence upon and cultivation
of taid Und viz: Georce Pool, John Strtton.
Henry Cowley. Andrew M. Hardy all of
Guide Rock Neb.
novlodert S. W. SWITZKR. Reg iter.
Lard OEce at Blooalcfton 5eb Oct.. 21. 1M1.
Notice it hereby riveo that tbe following
nsxsrd rettler hJ fili notice cf hi icteation
to cake SsaJ pnnfla fupport of hit clsia.and
eecure fiaat entry thereof, before tie Clerk of
Uutrict Court, in W.brtereeonty t bit oCe
in Uci Clou J Nebraika oa bctariay beeaber
H'd JVo.C$for theoe:f iec.2 town ta range
llw. He naaee tbe fcllovkg wttseee to
prove nu eontinuoue redee anon and eel
tiration of aaid land vix: Icaac May. Jmw
Turner. Jartin Hatfield, C&arlee Ssaeertabel
all of ffine Hill Neb.
novlodeoS S. W.STriTZER. Rrgiater.
Lard OSee at fcloomlngton. Neb. Oct. 22. U91.
Notice b hereby gilven taat the f Sew Jag
named tettler hx sled notice of hie inteto
to sake final proof in tuppert cf nie claJss. and
secure fisal ertar tkereoi before tbe Clerk
of Wrtrirt Court ia ITefafter CpnBty Re4
Cloud Neb C3tnrday0r- Ztk.UKL tjc
GcrrJIxa of Minor Heireef Join ?ma dce'd.
h'd entry So. 319 for tae )ri u?A neJi eefl and
eii neK - M wa 2 range 9w. lie same
the following vihsereee to prove ku cextlnnoci
residences pes. nnd ewltivatiea of tid land
rix. Jacob Kin4car. Jaeeb Porta ler. IJk
Heitzaan. ZaekarUlr Crsatoa. all of GviAo
octSso vll 8. W. SWITZEX. Kegkter.
J en kin Dari will fealre aoHc taat oa tie
26ti day f Oeiober 1SS1. J- O. Serteas. ajt?
cf lie ptae ef PeUdaam 7vetBS Wrbrttr
eomtr"SertJto.iaur4 an rter of aeaaeft
asat&rMerc&avrkk iaUreet at tea
pereest. uua f rw igil . IJW. Ia f
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defeaaaas; . .. v
mm twtaa '
f Timifcer MH.j
Hl:, Stu.R hM
Moshcr's old Stand,
Chicago Lumber Yard; i
Rod Cloud. IVTobraoka.
yard scnrrii ok imrrfos nt.cK?rmf RHm. as x .u. it
Keep coniUntlv on hand an aworimmt f l4iB!r-UK !. !
Wmdee, Ijmc. IIr, imii lttcr, Mm Wmk !
Kit Vu Ki
Staple a Fancy Grocerie
TOBAC5C & CIOAISS
IN TOWN .Um
Choice Nuts Fruits & Confections.
Frawh Fruit and YrgrtabU Sold
Two Doors South of Bank,
KED CLOUD, - .TSTlDBltASK A.
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