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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1886)
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TRfDAY. JULYJW, ltft
It if hw lotii tke
A rI50)IKKAL bue
wb reeeatiY f track ot 2t en
gume, Uy tKc secret of curve Kch
iafcaaW learmed bjp watcTiing a
woaai trying to hit a ken with a
TflK Republicaa convention for the
third congressional district has been
called for October 1, with Fremont as
the place of Meeting. The basis of
representation is the vote for regent
of the state university in 1885, which
will give a total ef 225 delegates.
JUD t'LoCD, July 14. 1886.
hiss bj.W N. Kisjf and ant turned over
to thrconnty. jk S
- Boairi.t pursuant to adj.urnenU thJS55pi at the next j5neral election
tk follewiujr roau sapervwor ".f?rop5ition to levy a tax oflj mill
tin rwftassri siruawvwiTS i - .- t .
on toe dollan tor lour yeara w uv uu
for the purpose of building a jail, and
county attorneys-instructed, to draw up
said proposition and samerio be pub
lished in the Red Cloud thief.
On motion a committee of three ap
pointed to reappraise the following des
cribed school lands: West J. N. W. it
Sec 16, towns 4. range 11. East J. N
W. J, See-16, town 4. range 11. West
. N. E. J, Sec. 16, town 4 range 11.
AOS OP LIGHT AUD KNOWL-
The average Rhode Island farmer
says a Providence letter, 'depends for
a living on carting the rocks from his
land to the city, to" be sold for 75 cts.
a ton. Rocks are about the only crop
many of the, farms yield, and it has
the advantage of being perennial, and
can always be gathered.
A;cremation is thus described by
Ella, VBeeler Wilcox: "Snowy cloth
es envelopes it (the body), Xhc door
swings noiselessly open, the iron cra
dle, that appears like a nuptial bed,
disappears in a glory of crimson light,
aa a dove flics into the crimson sun
light and disappears from view."
"Is view of the President's brutal
and heartless veto messages," says
private Dalxell, commenting en a re-
cent-peusion bill vetoed by the Pres.
dent, "we old AndcrsonAille prison-
rs will be lucky indeed, if a bill for
boarding and lodging is not presented
to us for payment by this administra-
p tion before it closes.''
The First congressional district
tolds its convention at Beatrice on
mints presented to tbe boaJ&andp-
proved: Ulaus nose v. v- - "
23 due overseer S20.25; J. W.McClaren
0. 1L-K.-D.2fo. WToveweer f!3.50;
Fred Huppert Hf K. o. 14 ciuh over-aeerfl.sioi.-'4
OfldalfioMl of I. O. Walker exaiuin-
pitcher, lj PPJ Baiiey county clerk.
m in .T of feat received and disbursed for tbe
quarter ending JuneSOtn, 1BW present
ed, examined and approved.
Report of C. W. Springer county
superintendent for tbe quarter ending
June 30. 1886, examined and approved.
The following claims for services as
supervisors, and mileage, were then
presented and allowed, and warrants
ordered: W. W. Hogate $8.60; R. Jl.
Jones $6.70: C. Hunter $5.00; James
Grove$6.00; R. V. Sbirey 6.20: A. J.
Kenney $8 00; J. L. Frame $5.60; T.
G. Wilder 6.80; C. Gust 4.50; I. B.
Hamnton 7.00: J.C. Brooks7.60; J. M.
Stoddard $5.50; S. W. Fulton $8.40:
Joseph Garber $8.10; John Street $6.50;
On motion the following claims
allowed and 50 per cent of said claims
to be drawn on tbe county general sur
plus fund and tbe balance on the coun
ty general fund ol 1886.
H. C Scott, various services and
duties, $184.20. Geo. H. Scott guard
ing prisoners, $50.00 W. C. Jackson
services as assessor Pleasant Hill town
ship, $76.00. J.T. Brooks Inavale town
ship, $92.60. H. J. Shildon Elm Creek
township, $52,601 J. J. Shilton Still
water township, $65.00. Mark H.
Warner Gartield township, $33 50.
Chas. Molley Beav8r Creek township,
$60.80. Otto Skjelver Catherton town
ship, $66.80 D.G. GriceBatin township,
$75.40. W. C. Laird Oak Creek town
ship 76.00. George May Glenwood
township, $57.00. Noble Sanford
Red Cloud, $81. James Watt Guide
Rock, $80.10. H. F. King D. Guide
Rock village, $34.25. T. L. Ford Pots
dam, $114.40. G. W. Hummel Line,
$42.40. Samuel Ueaton Walnut, 878.80.
Mareau Alexander Harmony, $72. J.
H. Terman Red Cloud, 151. J. H.
Bailey correcting assessors books 5.
F. A. Sweezy attorney in Mason &
Wilson case 20. Geo. W. Ball special
road commissioner 4.40. W. T. Smith
building sidewalks 312ft, 43.68. State
Journal Co. blanks 20. Wilcox &
Sweezy services as county Attorney,
May and June 60. Park Watson Board-
witness in case oi m. . ou.io.
For Low Rates
leDtember 22. There is considerable
airy for the nominations, as all the
freatmen of the state live in that
strict, but at present indications
buit'lo'Hbn. Church Howe. Con
gressman Weaver will not be a candi
date, hoping to be sent to the senate
place of Mr. Van Wyck, a change
thatJhft ueonle would hail with de-
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E. L.rBall and David Huffman, form
erly of Cowles, but now of Garfie'.d
county were in our our town and yicin
ity this week. They report the crops
air countv as being better than
j, M?HUl?p started on Tuesday, witn
a carlcdoPipuhold goods, toam,
nnm lnmW Smftound for bis claim
sister and their
to .start on
to Guide Keck
the boys of
in Cheyene coun
uncle, Col. Clapp
Tbe Cowles sine we:
that town a game of baiv.ball in which
the Cowles boys cam? out second best.
15 to 48. '
G. W.. Hager recently killed four
skunks at one shot Guess he got
skuaked worse than that at Guide Rock
L. Gangbin's boys recently dug out a
atat of badgers consisting of one old
tmm. and seven voune ones. L. H.
The grain is nearly all cut, and some
ara stacking, some art threshing out
-bfthaihock. Winter wheat is good
Spring wheat is badly '-chintz-bugged'
Oata are good since the rain last Fri
day. Corn is booming.
Mr. Schroll lost .a valuable horse
cxwung from town last week.
' Sabbath school at Pleasant Ridge
vary Sunday at 10 o'clock. Preach
ing next Sunday at early Jamp light
wWWaas, our moat worthy cwinty
t Chas. W. Springer, has
'jfer tha pajt-mooth been most seriously
, That we as a county board
on do. in behalf of the
i of Wahatar county, tender our
rbMrttMt avmpatny to Airronng-
11 lj lu wwr muiuuuu,
he may enjoy a speedy
Iwillhda aohe' exavinatioii
bwlding, Bed Cloud
a W. Iwujweb, Ounty Sop't.
sAtiraatock of milliaary roods
ton txturee at banain.
Bwiv & K. MCniDS.
- - -E" 1 l" WAat wa4 a sqaare saal on shore
-;- tiu atr iMinnnt Warm
S3 ?sff y. Ci2T-
3j p ' 'j .
We are down
P-52 S&5fvk-?'NC ,-' '"UK Jf 103 Iw-ui.
fcpfc-: '-;i iwi farnture
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T. W. Oatfield guarding prisoners 54.
T. M. Carson board mg T. and I.
Stevens prisoners, 3.60. Nelson Allo
way guarding prisoners, 12. W. A. Mc
Keigban court costs, case of Stevens
Bros, S.35. A. J. Tomlmson special
road commissioner, 4.50. J. H. Bailey
postage and express, 33.83. M. B. Mc
Nitt postage and postal- cards, 11.63.
Gazette Journal Co. blanks, 21. W. A.
Bates, Dep. Sheriff, Jewell Co. Kans, in
case of Mason and Wilson, 10.30.
Gazette Journal Co. blanks, JJ-J
John Morris Co oMJBSrcord',
irfirtnr3steB5 blanks and
S" ," oft.50. Nelson Bartlett juror,
tz "a. Maurer inror, 6.40. Oliver Con
rad juror, 6.40. Wm. Arnold juror 7.80.
Odell Moushang juror, 7. C. H. Potte
juror, 6.00. Donald McCallum juror,
30. Benj. F. Hudson juior, 8.
W. J. Hobart juror. 8.50. W. B. Roby
juror, 6. George Martin juror, 7.30.
F. D. Hummel iuror. 6. F. 1. Hutchin
son juror, 6.80. Anthoney Arneson juror,
6.80. Samuel Heaton juror, 7.40. F.d
Metcalf juror, 6.50. E. J. Peterson
juror, 3.15. Hugh Hunter juror, 5.20.
L. B. Kisor juror, 7.60. Chas. Kent
juror, 6.60. Evrat Harrison juror, 8.40.
A. Bently juror, -V05. E. B. Smith
juror, '.05 Ira Sleeper juror, 4.05.
A. Ormsby juror, 4.05. J. U. Scllars
juror, o. 1U. w. f aimer juror, o. o.u.
Allbanjh juror, 0.3U. do ?pu u. r -
ber juror, 4.05. V. J. Trunkey juror.
4.30. J. K. Aultz iuror, 4.05. Park
Watson juror, -'.05. Wm Parkes juror.
4 .05. John Robinson iuror, 5.00. Henry
Anderson juror, 4.05. H. B. Simons
juror, 4.HJ5. donn won, juror, 4.zo.
A. . Lockbart juror, 4.U5. u. k. uesse
juror, 4.05. A. Hedge juror, 4.05
J. w. Pegg juror, 4.uo. &. v. buaiow
juror. 4.05. J. W. Smith juror, 4,05.
J. W. Smith juror, 4.05. . u. wais-
worth juror, 4.05. Joseph Graves
juror, 4.05. Benj. Busby witness in
case ot Mason and Wilson t. 30. Jame
France, witness same, 6.30. Chas.
Smith, witness same, 32. I. W. Tulleys,
comissioner of insanity case of N. E .
Anderews 8.00. G. E. McKceby Com.
of same, 3.00. J. H. Bailey, Com. oi
The following claims allowed and
warrants ordered drawn on the bridge
fund of 1884: John Street material for
R. D.No. 26 23.01; W. P. Knehn
material for R. D. 12 $16.72; R. S.
Proudfit material for R. D. No. 1 $59.99;
H. S. Holcomb material for county
48.40; Chas. Hunter material for county
339.24; M. C. Fulton material for
county 11.87; peoples lumber Co mater
ial tor county 27.50; J. M. Stoddard
material for connty 4.50; Howell Bros,
material forR. D. No 48 $13.20; S. W.
Fulton material for R. 1. No. 18 A 46
$160.00; J. C. Brooks material for
bridges $91.04; R. M. Jones material
for bridges $84.25;
The following resolutions adopted by
the board: Resolved that all townships
which have or may draw more money
than has bee appropriated by the board
from sarplas bridge funds as reported at
January settlement, be charged to the
individual townships, provided there is
a shortage in such funds, and if a sur
plus, said surplus to be equally divided
among the several townships, and the
f rat and second wards of Red Cloud
Ordered thai the couaty ckrk draw
warraaU.oa the county treasurer for
imboim of moneys to be paid oyer to
the various townships by order of the
board of supervisors at a previous meet
iag of May 4th. 1886, Said warrants to
be drawn upon presentation of an or
der signed by the supervisors and
town eiark of seh township.
Cowuv treasurers report for
quarter laaiar Jnae 30th. 1986. P
ted examined and approved. Reported
aa follows: Ordered tfcartfit oojaftty
clerk keep aa accouat with tho eooary
treasurer. Said acco t to correspond
with Sec 89 page 247 statutes of lSnV
On motion A. J. Keany was hoosn
chairman pro tarn, and authorised to
sign all warraate Ibr all accounts al
lowed at this meeting. Ordered that
thedeliqoeat tax list be published by
Geo. J. Warn upon the same terms as
published Ibr 18. Ordered that tho
eooaty attorneys appeal the ease of lee
Cloud NatiooafBaak vs Woostar ooosrty
U the supreme oeort of the stasa.s
Ordered that tho, tarritory odded to
K. l.inftiiMl tAKU.AO.dXVH aw
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t-iM is. -OS. is. 1ft. fern ooeTQS-te lu
BT ELDER HOOrES.
:Many shall run to and fro and
knowledge shall be increased." This
is the language of Daniel, penned by
him over 500 year before Christ. It
stands among the closing scenes of
the fulfilment of a chain of prophecy
which reaches down to "the time of
the end." See Dan. 12:4 "But thou,
O! Daniel, shut np the words, and seal
the book, even to the time ol the end;
many shall run to and fro, and knowl
edge shall be increased." From this
scripture wc would naturally iufer
that somewhere in the world's history
there would be an increase of knowl
edge. Ever since the days of Martin
Luther light has been shining upon
the sacred Text with increasing bril
liancy. The Pilgrim Fathers looked
for greater light. Their hopes in this
direction were not in vain. For not
many years rolled by before n more
successful method of spreading the
light was instituted, viz, the Bible
Societies. However, there were none
in existence until the Naval and Mili
tary Bible Society was established in
England in 1780. The British and
Foreign Bible Society was organized
in 1804, to which men of all denom
inations added their influence. In
181C the American Bible Society was
organized. The organization of these
societies has opened up a new epoch
in the piomulgation of truth. The
time has been when $225 was required
to purchase a copy of the New Testa
ment. To-day a copy can be bought
for five cents, and the entire Bible for
25 cents. Then, only the rich could
afford to possess the sacred volume.
Now the rich and poor, the high and
low alike can have the Bible in their
homes, and have it printed in their
own mother tongue. Notice the fol
lowini: statistics: "The American
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GO TO TBE
First National Bank,
No Dclayo in xnoktam Loom.
BID CLOUD, NXB.
m. X mmmVLM.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA,
Is the place to find goods
DOWN TO BED ROCK PRICES !
Call and get prices on everything in my line before purch
asing elsewhere. You can get more goods for $1
CASH than anywhere in town. Agents for
THE CELEBRATED ABC SOAP-
B. F. MIZER.
W .. . . , ,-.! ...-
Has the finest Stock of druMJUe ccsiami inigwi uk
in the city. If this statement ssjm iiicreditab!dfepme
see for yourselves?. jmj
Paints. Oils, and Machine Oils at very lou
No trouble to show goods or answer questions. Special bar
gains in wall paper and window shade.
COME IN. COME IN,
Go to Ed. Wiener's postoffice ne w
stand if 5ou want the freshest cigars,
tobaccos, candies, the latest newspa
pers and periodicals, etc. He keens the
best in the city. Don't forget it.
C. E. Wood is mv authorized collect
or. All accounts receipted for by him
will be acknowledged by me.
C. C Joiissox.
Gasoline in 5 ual. lots 20 cts. per
gallon delivered free in any part of the
city. Two delivries daily. Oans must
beat store by 9 a. m. and 4 p. m.
50 tf It. R. Siikuer & Co.
Brick for gale at the Chicago Lum
Croquet sels at Cotlings.
30 bars of soap for$l. Opera block
Opera block, cheapest grocer in
New and el?gant line of queenswarc
at opera block in a few days.
Don't forget to ask for A B C soap
best in tne world. Opera Block.
A good team of horses for sale, Jjl-
"T?11 C?n.n4 HittAA 4r AKnnititntiAn
iiuie ouumty-..mmt: .tis. wk""""" i v ; 7 i 1 ii.-"
. Ak.HfiiiAn4itii nltrtilt
nine languages, rc-prcsuming auuui
sixty languages and dialects. These
Bibles have penetrated everywhere,
China and Japan not excepted. The
British and Foreign Bible Society has
issued above 68,000,000 volumes since
its first establishment. No less than
two hundred and four versions are
nnw nrinted" The above statistics
serve to give us a faint idea of what
is beine done. Our text does not con
fine us to the Bible alone. Light is
increasing in every direction. "With
the increase of scriptural knowledge,
there is a corresponding advance in
the arts and sciences. The more use
ful discoveries and inventions of civil
ization evor follow in the wake of
Bible truth." It would be futile for
me to speak at any length on the in
genuity and inventions of the age.
However, we must conclude that more
has been accomplished in the last cen
tury for the advancement of the arts,
sciences, and civilization than ever
before in much longer periods. We
look back, apparently a few years ago,
and behold the first printing press, a
rude concern, yet a wondcrfnl im
provementVQii the old style of pro
iliinintr books. But how does it com
pare with its riyal, the celebrated Hoe
Perfecting press, which will print 40,
000 per hour? This last named ma
chine presents an Unparalleled genius,
while it affords unlimited facilities for
the increase of knowledge on every
hand. We now as the question, why
is that 6,000 years have passed away,
and nearly all of these greatvinventions
have been hatched out in oiic brood,
in this nineteenth century? Were
they not needed in formers ages?
Were there no smart and learned men
before our day? Yes. Then wlYv is
the age of light and knowledge V re
served until our day? There is but
one way of explaining it, and that ?s
by considering it in the light o
prophecv. "The time oi tne eaa nas
come. 'The time has come for the
world to be thoroughly aroused to a
sense of their situation and condition
before God. The great Judgment is
staring the world in the face, and the
world must be warned. Light is
shining upon the sacred and solemn
messages of the Bible. Millions of
pages of reading matter arc being
printed, calling attention to the
prophecies for this time. But what
good would these publications, and
Bibles without Dumber do, if then
was so way to circulatclbem? God
has made provision for this also. How
admirably fitted are tbe cars and
itam ships for this purpose. The
ears, aa iivcntion of the last four
wore years, came into use at just the
right time to hasten os the message
to a judgment boBBd people uXaajr
hall raa to aad f ro, aad knowledge
shall be iacreased." The maaj homes
emerging from the dark ages are bc
iagiBamiaatcd with p reseat truth of
Uusceatuir. While the cars afford
Lmeaas ef tfaasnortatioa of both mes-
- a .a
ajmjaaa mes ager. yes laey w
selves are teHiag ia thaaderoaa toaea
that athe time of the ead" has eome,
"the eqeof light aa kaewledge" fee.
ion uj raw . pan, wjmtcv.
arepantaea m at
wa amW" mapamm. sya?
Ahm far thai aaj!
aoteo of waraiayl mA.
iiricfc-&r i-at the Chicago Lum
I am prepared to furnish door plates
which for durability, cheapness, beauty
of dosign and finish, cannot be excell
ed. Samples on exhibition at the
office of The Chief. Your patronage
rpsnprtfullv solicited. C. E. Wood, tf
Machine oils cheaper than ever at
Cottings drug store
Wc have just finished burning an( th
er kiln, ol excellent brick and invite
contractors and sll others
wishing the same to call and ex
amine our brick and satisfy them
Rplvna of the nualitv of the same. As
evidence of their merits the brick
buildings of this city are ofTered. Ev
ery building is constructed with brick
from our yard with but one exception
and we ortrer the testimony of ihe
brick masons of this city, Lincoln or
Beatrice. We are ready to contract
from one to 500,000 and to de
liver the same, also sanp in any quan
tity. W. H. Ludlow & Son.
Farm loans negotiated. Farm loans
on most favorable terms. Loans can
be paid by giving 30 days notice with
out extra cost. Look to your beat
interests and call on me at my office
over First National Bank.
D. B. SrANOGLE.
If you wisn to sell your farm or town
property call on Joseiui Gravka,
42tf Red Cloud, Neb.
Try the Estey Sewing Machine. It
is the finest machine that is made.
For sale by F. V. Taylor the cast side
furnture man, Red Cloud.
The beststock of trusses i n the coun
Everybody come and get my prices
on groceries and queenswarc. Opera
Go to opera block and get more gro
ceries and queenswarc for one dollar
than any place in town.
Summer dress goods, lawns, white
i goods, haraburgs, great varity of laces
hhosiery, parasols, gioves, fans, etc. etc
ptc Will be closed out at a sacrifice
a(L Mrs F. Newhouse. Please give us
pkirnture ot all descriptions at
Tinker's old stand, at prices that defy
comjpetition. Always see us before
youtbuy, as we buy extensively, and
can therefore sell cheaper than any
hoiose in the valley. Be sure and see
us. F. V. Tatloe.
kinds of second band furniture
at JV W. warren's naraware ana auc
tionlrooms, opposite Chicago Lumber
Ii ot and scratches of every kind
curd in 30 minutes by Woolford's
San itary Lotion. Us no other. This
nev er fails. Sold by Ferguson 4 Co drug
gu J 3a vaoaa. w-ij
e best and cheapest line of lacas
burcs, and everlasting trimmings
rs. Newhouse V
y Cook now nas we tok
e stock of wall .paper,
the Republican Valky.
.etc. at u. w. unaca.
m W m. y . -
far sale or reat. Am
pfkly to Joseph waves
By virtue of au order of sale issued out of
lhe district court of tlie Klghtli Judicial
District, in and for Webster county. Nebraska,
wherein ujona judgment in au action wherein
C It. 1'olier is plaintiff, and John Laerty Is
defendant, I shall offer for ale at public en
due at tbe cast door of the court bouse In
Ked Cloud, iu said (ounty. (that betu the
place where the last term of said court was
bolden). on the 17th day of Aujiusl, ISMJ. at '-
a'cloclc P. SI., tbe fallowing deacritied oroperty
to-wlt: Tbe south-east quarter 0) of section
HcTctiteeu (IT), town three (3), range ten (10), lu
Webster county, Nebraska.
;ien under my hand this the 15th day of
July. IN. II. C. Scorr, Mherif.
Hy (jllhamS Eickards. Pltff's Attorneys.
Final Proof Notice.
Land Office at BloouilnKton, Neb., July 9, is.
NOTH'K IS HEUKBV SIVES THAT T1IK
following named settler lias tiled notlctj of
his iuUMitioii to make final proof iu support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Judge, or iu ids absence, the
clerk of tho district court of Webster coun
ty, at lied Oloud, Neb., on Saturday, August
'M, lite;, viz:
on HM. application No. lo-for tliesw Ji sc
U4. town i. north lam-T5 W. lit- lumes the
I fi"il!K-Je.;5es to pro bis continuous res
, lauiico upon and cultivation of said land. yU:
Joseph Kennett. Oliver K. Downs, joun iioum
son.Mahlin Points, allot Ued Cloud. Neb.
50t6 S.W.SWlTZhK. lUrister.
Trader's Lumber Company
As low as caji be bought from any dealer on
STATE OF XKBBABKA, WKUMTKR CtUSTV.M;
To all whom It may concern: 'Ihe commis
sioner appointed to view and reorOupou a cer
tain petition, duly signed and filed with tee
i county cleric ot sam couniy, asuiiiK " " ""
bo located as loliows: Lommencmg ai mv pia
where the half section line between the uortli
east ouaneraod the south-east quarter of section
twelve (12. township four (4), ranire ten (10 west
nfthHiitii 1. M. intersects the nubile road that
runs north and south on east fine of said sec
tion twelve (1 2), and thence ruunlng west lone
said half section line through and across said
section twelve (i:i), and thence west through
and across s'-ctlon eleven (11) ot said town and
range, terminating at tbe public road on west
line of said section elvea (I I) at the place where
said half section line intersects said puouc
road, said publle road to be only two (2) rods
wide," has reported favorably and recommends
the opening of said raid as prayed for.
All objections thereto or claims for dimagos
must he filed lu the clerk's office of said county
on or before noon of Tuesday. August 17. 1M6,
or such road will be established without refer
ence. .Ked Cloud, June 16. 1SH6,
J. II. Bai i.kt, county clerk.
To whom it may concern.
Notice Is hereby given that I have taken up on
SocJl Towa 2 Kange 1 1 west, one red cow, about
4 years old with some white spotson belly, and a
slit in one ear. The cow has been on premises
about three weeks. You will therefore take no
tice that unless the owner of said cow appears to
claim her and i ay charges for keeping, advertis
ing, etc . that 1 will disposeoiuer accoruiajc u
law after due publication of this notice.
ts-sw HuMfHiunr Smith.
Is the place to get bargains in PHAKTON
BUGGIES, 6c SPRING WAGONS, hav
ing purchased our stock at reduced
prices we are able to place r r
the market all kinds of ve
hicles cheaper than
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Final Proof Notice.
Land offlcest Uloomlnxion, Neb., July 21, iwc.
VOTICEIS IIKRKBY (SI VEX THAT THE
li following nain-a settler hs Hied no.Icc ot his
l.u..,ir.n in malft Ariitl n.vwiT In iitntirf nt til
cfalm. and that said prool will e i.i..,e be.'nre
hl.iAf P.nt.fnf tV.ti.fMP rVttinft. of I?.f mtt
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Nebraska, on Friday beptemoer 10, ivUC.viz:
AS1I1.EY H. ALEXANDER.
on H'd an!licallon Ho. 1919 for the H. E. . cc.
witnesses to nrove his continuous rciidence
upon, andceltivatlon of said land viz: William
McCallum. ElUs Lockhart. Alon-o Cu-e. WU
llam II. Creainer.all of Caer. Nebraska.
32w, W. S WITZKU. Keslsier,
JR. C. B. JORDAN,
RED CLOUD - - NEBRASKA
N:trem OxWe fer tke eAialeM ntaactiew ef
teeth eewUatljr maa4.
All work guaranteed, llooms over
First National Bank.
8Ua Garter, rrul. Geo. B. MoiUfcd. V. fret.
W. &. Garter, Caeaier.
Fanners ul Ibrehuts
acted ia ail ite branokee.
BBS f id 0 no mi
FARM LOANS A 8PECIALTT.
larce or Ira years-traiffct g p
ceat aiafk aaortsafe. ICo
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We are also prepared tolo all kiwi of job and n-pair "rk
at bottom prices. 01(1 buggieH paiiitctl ami rnpair-il at
reasonable rates'. It will pay you to givi-u a 'all
and getourj)riccs before purchasing i-l.-i'wln't.-.
Buck Boards at
Top bugges at
CHAS, BUSCHOW, Preeldent. B. F HIGHLAHD, VIco-PreaUUrtt
Robt. VHIRaTY, Treaaorer. J. A. TVJAJEY3 Sect otorv
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FARM LOAN CO
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA.
R.D.Uoncs, O.C.Ce. ICV-abfray, Ojjia. ISihcIsow. IL ll, Faltn
E. F. HUbland. Oeo. B. irHae1 D, X. VUlU tim, i. Warren.
a inproved Unas in Nebraska l Kww. 3f oner (urmhvtl n m tlirr
acurity m approved, rnacieje mm tnterct tf awe m kxi iu.x
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