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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1889)
Ked ClouU, Sib. oofcer 2 3
to first, --.
in 5. i'i
Tony . ' i
, ( i YKIJhSBAV,OCT.&.
. minute class. Purse $73
iii-i, Si5 to third.
.. olds, one-half mile heats
5 to first. 315 to second, 810
... ..... mi,-liairmilo2ln3. Purse
, -TJW to second, Si50 to third.
i v V TllUBSDAl. 0CT
., i...i:.. Mas. Purse S75. S35
I !3to third. Must pace
. c minutes
, heats 2 ins. 4 to fill and 2
.'3. G3 dollars to first, 33 doll-
. ,l'r.irto third, 50 dollars will
stui.it.'-,.Il;4.sbcuten by the
- i'i. rare.
.... I'nrsp 103 dollars. 50
z .. ' ...-a to second,!) dollars to
. ., . At mii-t be trotted better
, , Tit ;. j horse to purse.
j. . u 1'i:i:av, Oct. 4.
r nil. rurse 100 dollars. 50
t, .;.) ..ollai s to second, 15 to third
. -'...If mile heats 2 in 3. rurse . j
. Pars tti !irst,2." dollars to second,
'nl. . .
.it . finn .1a11a fnA
iee lorail. nuse: umi.ua. .
r-1 , 05 dollars to second, 33 dollars to
., imrt Mir? will be added to first
- i-. i,e ucii one heat by horso win-
SB gWWiWMM Tim
gfr perfect mjs
" Any ') "'-' distwlnz the field or any part
thereof v.: '? :iv.trdel but one premium.
Heats i'i .eh davs niees may bo trotted
alternat 1 .i lei..". horses to euter and three
to start h- . . ,l.-s.
Aiidii'i'-"' trotthiT. pawns and running
race, si' IS l.iv at eUht o'clock p. m., of the
tl.iv pier. i - !'. day .f the race at the Socre-
.'.z ..fit. . , u flu rfYiiliul..
Entraueo fee t per c" nt of purses in nil races-
A. A.. FUAK.Scey
lied Cloud, Nehr.
Iti'vIiIiii'M Arnica Salve.
The 1 -' 've in the world for cuts,
bruise?, "--.it s, ulcere, salt rheum, fever
pores, t ttr, isliapped hands, chilblains,
com?; ml all nkiu eruptions, and
positiv '' ourts, or no pay required
it is m inn trv to ffive perfect satis
faction, i r n:'noy refunded. Prire
25 cent -.,-" o. For sale by IJi-iiry
A X. .v nnrT.cr Miop.
S. T. Van Horn who is well known
in this city, and who for the last year
has tried his luck elsewhere, has re
turned tfr litis city and has purchased
the barber parlor? of Robert Barklcy.
lie has lilt d them up in nice style
and inv n..j ui olu and new friends
to call and see him. Ho will give
you a fchave or hair cut in the latest
style of the art. 47-tf
The Onialia Fair and Exposition.
The V. B. & M. V. railroad will
sell excursion tickets September 2nd
to 6th at $5.03. Good to return
A Scr.'T ? Vnife .vavc Her litre.
It was jit-l an prdinary scrap of wrap
ping paper, but it saved her life. She
was in the Jr.sl stages of consumption,
told by ph., -ieir.es that she was incurable
and could not live only a short time; she
weighed le?3 than seventy pounds. On a
piece of wrapping paper she read of Dr.
King's New Discovery, and got a sample
bottle; it helped her, the bought a large
bottle; it helped her more, L ought anoth
er and grew better fast, continued its nse
and is now strong, healthy, rosy, plump,
weighing "Mo .e"rrts. Fhr fall particu
lars send stamp to W. H. Cole, druggist,
Fort Smith. Trial -bottles of this won
derful disco-cry free at Henry Cook's
drug stote 4
The greatert wonder of the 19th
century, a carpet exhibitor showing
just how a carpet will look when on
the floor at F. V. Taylor's.
This is what you ought to have, in fact,
yon must have it, to fully enjoy life.
Thousands are searching for it daily, and
mourning because they find it not, Thous
ands upon thousands of dollars are spent
annually by our people in the hope' that
they may attain this boon, and yet it may
be bad by all. We guarantee that elec
tric bitters, if used according to diree
tions and the use persisted in, will bring
yon good digestion and oust the demon
dyspepsia and install instead enpepsy.
We recommend electric bitters for dys
pepsia and all diseases of liver, stomach
and kidneys. Sold at 60c. and $ LOO per
bottle by Henry Cook, druggist. 4
On August 6 to 20, Sept. 10 to 24,
aad Oct 8. the B. & M will sell round
trip tickets to point in Colorado. Mon
tana, Utah, Wyoming and Idah foor
one fare for the round trip.
. . Harris, Agt.
Its superior excellence proven in millions of
homes lor more than a quarter of a century. It
is used by the United Mates government. En
dorsed by die heads of the great universities
as the Strongest, Purest, and most Healthful.
Dr. Price t'nain P.aking Powder does not con
tain amuiiia, lime, or alum. Sold only in cans.
PKICK BAKIXU l'OWDEKCO.
SKWVIIliK. CHICAGO. ST.LOU1S.
Caucus can be cured, having devo
ted a good deal of time for the last
35 years to thu study and cure of can
cers, and having never in one single
instance failed where I had the pa
tient before the cancer commenced to
eat and agrafe, and many where they
had commenced. Come right along
dear friends to my house and I will
send you home in five days rejoicing.
If I cannot cure you I will tell you so
like an honest man. References;
John Stoddard, Walnut creek, Neb.;
Mr. Uearisley, Logan, Kan, My
house is 12 miles south of Ked Cloud,
in Smith county Kansas.
4S-tf J. L. Elliott.
Are you going to buy a carpet. If
so do not fail to call and examine my
stock and prices. F. V. Taylor.
STDfGLEY, & BECH.
First door north of City Bakery, re
fitted and thoroughly equipped. We
respectfully solicit your patronage
guaranteeing satisfation in every case.
Our Motto: Will be to please all
who give ns their trade. All work
done in a first-class manner and in the
latest fad ot the profession.
In the district court of Webster county Nebras
ka. Frederick E. Goble, plaintiff,
John 1!. WaKh, Sooner R. Howell, George,
W. Howell, defendants.
The above named non-residnt defendants will
tike notice that on the 9th day of August ltssa,
the above named plaintiff filed bis petition In
the district court of Webster county, Nebras
ka, against defendants the object and
irayer of which Is to foreclose a certain tax
ien held ana owned bv the Dlaintiff. on lots
seven, (7) eight, (8) nine. (9) ten, (10) and
eleven, 11 in block thirty-one, 31 of
the original town of lt-d Cloud, Webster county
Nebraska, for the delinquent taxes on said lots
for the years 1882 and 1883 and subsequent taxes
naid thereon In l&sebvlflm. TliemladnnnlAln.
tiff by virtue of his said tax lien on said lots the
snm ot eighty and eighty-nine one hundredths
dollars with Interest at 20 oercent ner annum
from April 29, 1885 on SC0.08 thereof and with in
terest at tne same rate iromjuly I5tu, l886on
$20.81 thereof. Plaintiff prays in said petition
that said lots may be sold and to have the pro
ceeds thereof applied to the payment of his said
lien and for all other proper relief.
ueienuauis are required ro answer saia pe
tition on or before September, 16th 1889.
rBEDEBICK JS. tiOBLR.
By Case & McXeny, his attorneys.
Dr. Jaque's German 'worm cases
destroy worms and removes them from the sys
tem, sate pica&act ant effective.
G jod mothers use Dr. Winohell's
teething syrup for children with colds, sore
throats, and to regulate the bowls.
Uncle Sam's nerve and bone lini
ment will relieve sprains, bruises, neuralgia and
rheumatism. Dr. 1. L. Field, No. 53 East Ma
TJncle Sam's condition powders
the best for hordes, cattle, hogs aud jwultry.
Get the best. Eilexts daylight
liver pills, for sour stomach, torpid liver and
Cure your coughs and colds with
Eilerts tar and wild cherry. All druggists keep
t, I .arge bottle-, fifty cents and one dollar.
Happy Home blood purifier Is
the people's popular nedkine for purifying the
blood and BJalarlal diseases etc. Large bottles
af ty cents and one dollar.
(i c cask. Jab. McNexy,
. T-r iuvfvs tD COUNSELORS AT LAW
A win nnnHm In all courts Of this State
3 Sections as well as litigated business careful-
yoaeinciciiuycucw- -. -
e jRSfEKS' First National Bank.
n. XV. Kacev. J. L. Kalev.
TTORXEYS AT LAW. Agents for theB.
A &M.R. Inlands. Once on Webster street
ged Cloud, Nebraska.
LEGAL NOTICR4 2M
District court of Webster county. Nebraska.
C. E. Lovet:, plaintiff,
Oscar T. Mitchell. William J, Cadle, Jennie
Cadlc. Hannah M. Mitchell, William F. Con
ger. John S.ltailey, fieorge W.Jones, John
Van Valkenbnrg, W. P Brswn. Marcello
Brown, Henry II. Post, The west one-half
of the south-west quarter, and the south
west quarter of the north-west quarter of
section twelve, town one. range twelve, west
in Webster county, Nebraska, defendants.
Ttir above named defendants will take notice,
that on the 9th day of August, 1889,. the
above named plaim Itf, filed nis petition in the
district court of Webster county. NebrasJco, the
(iiiii'i-t siiwi nriiwni -.vhieh is to foreclose a cer
tain tax lieu for the sum of $2(3,89 now held and
owned by the plaintiS upon and against the said
west nan ot the 6outn-wesi ipiancr
lUi-west quarter of the nortti-west quarter of
:tlon twelve, town one, range 12 in Webster
juty, aforesaid, arWngby vi tue of the sale
-- " J ""'-'"",-"- - - . ..!..
of slid land on September l.tn. in., iy
i... ,.....r.- nt v:M Webster county.
v..iir..cL-'-. t nn. K. t. lIotchkisi, for
t!ieties delinquent ujion said land, for the
j ears li74. 1J7;, 18F, j;.-", i. -t ,.'";
ami lSJ, anil the ta.cs for .ube(iutiit e.irN
whk'li said lien is now owned and Held bj t.us
pLiintiir, ami it is the further object and prayer
of said petition to declare the several liens and
claims of the above iiameiuieieim.i 'i '
land idoresiid luuior. infeiior and subsequent
... .... i:.... r ..i..intiir tntirih-nre said laud to be
III lilt- Il'-ll IFl I'llUllUl' -' I - ,. , . . ,1. .
sold aud the proceeds thereof apphed to the
pavnu-iit ot plaintirt's lien and claim ami lor
such other, and further relief as " Je just
and .quitable. The defendants are required
to answer slid petition on or before aloudaj.
tlielCtlniayoi sepiemoer, .. ...
Bv Case & McXeny, - t. LOrrT.
In the District Court of Webster county.
A. L. Funk, plaintiff,
Christ Blanke, Farmers Jb Merchants In
surance CoGale Sulky Harrow Manu
facturing Co., A. Garber, C. C. Brad
ford. J. Byington Smith, Nebraska Loan
and Trust Co., defendants.
The above named non resident defend
ants will take notice that on the 23 day
of January 1889 the above named plain
tiff filed his petition in the district court
of Webster county, Nebraska the object
and prayer of which is to foreclose two
certain mortgage deeds heretofore made
and executed by defendant Blanke to this
plaintiff on the following described prem
ises to wit: the south one half of the
north west quarter of section thirtyfive,
(35)town two(2)range (10) west in Web
ster county Nebraska, one of said mort
gages bearing date the 22d day of Sep
tember 1886 and given to secure the
payment of two certain notes of
said Blanke to said Funk
of even t'ate with said mortgage one of said
notes being tor the sum of forty dollars bearing
interest at the Rite of ten ner cent ner annum
and due November istiSPG and the other being
tor me sum oi eignrv uouars bearing tne same
rate of interest aud due February 1st 1887. the
other oi said mortgages bearing date April th
isws ana given to secure tne payment oi tne one
promissorv note of said Blanko to said Funk of
even date with said last mentioned mortgage
j or me sum oi uiry-seven nouars witn interest at
ten per cent per annum due December 1st 1888.
iiHiiuin ciaims in ms saw petition there is aue
him from defc:dant Blanke on said notes and
IllOrtsaces the sum nf twn hunilml nnrt nine
and live one-hnndredUis dollars with interest at
ten per cent per annum from January 19th 1889
and prays therein that said lands may be sold
anuwjfr, proceeds applied to the payment of his
said claim that the lien of his saldflrst mention-
cu mortgage may be held to be first and the lien
"' b sbju last mentioned mortgage, tne second
UCn on said nromiuw that bhniiHti nv h.
barred ot all equltv of redemption or other in
terJfStt '? ? premises and for all other proper
and just relief.
Defendants are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 16th day of September,
By Case & McXeny. his attorneys.
Notice Is hereby given that under and bv vir-
.. . r -.I... .i' LMln ls.O 'll IV li. II. rtiia.
dicial dis:riut in and for W-lter county, Neb
raska, upon aneeree iua "-' l". ' i.-i,. ,i
slid court, wiiereiu. the Nebraska .Loan und
Tin,! Company is plaintiff, and Claries S
Brown, J'hocbeJ. Brown, MarrJJ)iuW.O.
Dimlclc. :eorce . Haftle, Jo in Doe and l.lch-
... . .. i r,...i...,t i ii-iii niiiT lorsaie. :ii
oi tne court nousu in m '"""i. i.. t -i
ftlmt liein" Hie nlace wh-jre the last term of
c ?rt was Kolden, on the ard day .f teinber.
1889. at 1 o'clock i. m.. the following descrited
rty to-wit: Tin, west 4) Wt n f the
. - ....i .fiui .ni!irt.i- if Riftinn elrut.
and tlie we,t C.i) toll ot V..lVSiJh.!
(pinrtei, ami tne iioriii-v.i i ',",".;;,",
snutlMKist ( W) quarter, aiul the north 4) half
of the south-west (1-t) quarter, and the east (4)
half of the north-west (1-4) quarter -at. sccli on o
live in township U) four, north of range (9 nine
west of the Cth 1 M. In Velister county, Ne-
hlr& under my hand the snli day of July,
jg 51. C, COTT, MlClill,
.'lolin M.llagan. Plalntiirs atfy. l-Gt
Cltuttel Mortsajje Sale.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
.... l.......l n.irt.nirn lli.tl.ll .lllllf -'d lSM
certain cn.i4i m.....-' ....... -
and duly filed in the oflice of the county clerk
of Webster county, eonin.i,'i iur .i... ......
of March If ?9 and executed by V . SIcDauicl to
John J. Carber toseure th payment of the
sum of SM.U) and interest at til" nite of ten per
cent iter annum from June J-Jil 1883 with an en
dorsement or live dollars Jmwia. ls on said
note and cots for keeping, advertising, and sel
ling, i-cfault having Ikvii nude in thepav
meTit of said sum and no suit or ether proceed
ings nt liw having been instituted to recover
said debt or aim part thereof. I will sell the
property hereiu described viz: One organ,
Kimball mak at public auction in front of the
First National Bank in the city of Red Cloud in
Webster county, Nebraska on the 7th day of
September 1N. at two o'clock p.m. of said day.
Dated this 15th day of August 139.
By W. . Smith. John J, Gakhkb.
his attorney. 3-3t
To William Arnold: , .,..,
You are herebv notified that onthe th dav of
No ember iss7. 1, L. Baum purchased at public
fci sale from the county treasurer, M.B.Mc
Nitt, at the court house in lied Cloud, ebster
county. Nebraska, for the taxes of the year 1SSC
amounting to S0.93. The following described
land situated in Webster countv Nebraska,
taNed in llw name of William Arnold. The
north-west Uof the south-west section C town
3, range 9 west of the c p.in. containing 40
and 14-looth acres. The time Tor redemption
of said land from the lien of said tax sale
will expire November 7th 13S, and if not re
deemed b-.'fore the above date expires I will
make application for a treasures tax deed.
1 L. Badm.
To William Arnold- , , .....,.,
You are hereby notified that on the 7th day of
November 18S7 1. 1 Baum purchased at public
tax sale from the county treasurer, M.B. Mc
Nittatthe courthouse in Ked Cloud, Aebster
county Nebraska for the taxes of the year 18S6,
amounting to S5.90. the following described land
situated in Webster county, Nebraska, taxed in
the name of William A mold : The south-east 4
of the south-west H. section 6. town 3. range 9,
west of the C p.m. containing 40 and WLooth
acres. The time for redemption of said land
frnm ttin lion tit Kltd t:X Rale Will eXtlire KO-
vember 7th. 18S9, aud if not red-emed before
the above date expires i win maitu umuciiuuu
for a treasurer's tax aeed. 1 Baum.
To Charles W. Kaley, Jacob L. Kaleyaud Ru
f us M. largcnt, .,..,
Vmi aw herebv notified that on the 2nd day of
Dec 1887 1. 1 Baum purchased at priyato tax
sale from tiie county treasurer, M. B. McNitt,
at the court house in Ked Cloud. Webster coun
tv. vohrsuka for the taxes of the Year 1886.
amounting to $17.43. The following described
land, situateu in weosier couuiy jcurdnu ui
ed in the name of Charles W. Kaley, Jacob L
Kiley and Kufus M. Largent: the north-west X
wMnn w town i. ranee 10. containing 100 acres
The time for redemption will expire December
2, 1889, and If not redeemed before the above
oaie expires i win maie aiipuiatuuu iur. may
urer's tax deed. L-BAtw.
To William Arnold:
You are hereby notified that on the 7th day
of November! 1887,1, L. Baum purchased at
public tax sale from the county treasurer, M.
B. McNitt. at the court-house in Ked Cloud
Webster countv, Nebraska, for the taxes for the
year 1886, amounting to SC93. The following
described land situated In Webster county.
Nebraska, taxed in the name of William Ar
nold, The north east X, of the south-west Si
onrtlnn ft. ranm 9. town 3. west Of the
6 p. m., containing 40 acres. The time for
reuempuon OI saia lanu irom tne ueu ui aiu
tax sale will expire November 7th, 1889, and If
not redeemed before the above date expires I
will make application for a tieasurers tax
deed. L. Baum.
To IT E. Gordon::
You are nereoy nounea tnat on tne 7tn aay oi
November 1887, 1, L. Baum purchased at public
taxsale from the county treasurer H. B. Mc
Nitt at the court house in Ked Cloud. Webster
county Nebraska, for the taxes of the year 1886.
amounting to 33,85 on the following described
land situated in Webster countv Nebraska tax
ed in the name of M K. Gordon: The south-west
14 south-west U section 22. town 2. range 9, west
of the 6 p.m. cfutalning 1G0 acres. ihe time
for redemption of said land from the lien of said
taxsale will expire November 7th 1889, and If
not redeemed before the above date expires, I
will make application for treasurer's tax de'd.
To William Arnold:
Ynn are nerebv notified that on the 7th dav of
November 1837, 1, L, Baum purchased at public
tax sale from the county treasurer, M. B. Mc
Nitt, at the conn-nouse in iica uiouu, eosier
county, Nebraska, for the taxes or the year
1886 amounting to h.uj tue ioiiowing aescnoea
land situated in Webster county Nebraska, tax
ed In the name of William Arnold: The south
west U of the south west H. section fi. town 3,
range 9, west of the 6 pan. containing 40 and 82
100th acres. Tne tine for ledemptton of said
land from he lien ot said tax sale will expire
November 7th. 1889. and if not redeemed before
the above date expires I will make application
for a treasurer's tax deed. L. Baum.
I. W. TULLEYS. M. D
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onal Bank. Red Cloud. Nebraska.
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