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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1891)
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eace, ao reliable as Ayer's Cherry Pec
fel lowed hytorriblecooeh. Aboatfoar
years ago, whea ao aalkted. I was ad
vised to try Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral and
to lay all other remedies aside. I did
so. aid wfcaia a week was well of y
cold aad coagk. Siaee thea I hara
always kept this preparathm In tba
house, aaa leei caiarwrauveiy "
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"A few years ago T took a severe cold
which atected nay limp. I lia.1 a ter
rible coagh, and pal nijilit after
night without sleep. The doctors gave
ate an. I tried Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral,
whkh reUered my Inns, iinlnced sleep,
aad afforded the rest neecwar.r for the
recovery of my strength. By the con
tiaaal ase of the Pectoral, a wrmaaent
ApVj Cheny Pectoral,
Dr. J. C Ajar Co., Lowtf. Mass.
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as mail matteroi tae secoaa aw
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Jan. li. 'J o clock a. iu.
Board convened; number members
Committee appointed by the chair
to adopt resolution to mcmoralizc the
legislature in regard to aid for the
drought sufferers, made tlieir report,
which was read: Hon. W. A. 31c
Kcighan being present, was called
upon to make some remarks npon
that subject He presented a copy of
bill which had been presented to the
legislature for aid to assist the desti
tutc in the state, which was read be
fore the board. 3Ioved and carried
that the resolution be adopted and
that a copy of the same lie forwarded
to our representative in the legisla
ture. Resolution offered as follows: re
solved, that the board of supervisors of
Webster county, Xeb., now assembled,
do fully indorse the measure and plan
for the relief of the drought stricken
district of Nebraska, presented by AV.
A. MeKeighan, and urge the passage
of the bill read, or some similiar bill;
and that a copy of the resolution be
furnished to Win. Dysart, member of
the state senate; also one to 0. (r.
Wilson and Austin ltflcy. members of
the house, and that they be requested
to give their support to a fair and
reasonable bill for said purpose.
Moved and carried that the above res
olution be adopted and that the clerk
furnish a copy of same as required in
The official bonds of Jacob Goll, L.
D,' Thompson aud Thomas Anderson,
being filed too late as required by law
were ordered returned.
The following official bonds were
W. A. May, ohrd 15
P. C. Obcrg, ohrd 47
C. E. Christy, ohrd 21
John Corbet ohrd 2
Voter Britten, ohrd 17
Fred Iluppert, ohrd 14
J. Tophauc, ohrd 53
3L Karlc, ohrd 42
John T. Harmon, ohrd 5
C, II. Gordon, ohrd 42
W. B. Householder, ohrd 33
Geo. DcWitt, ohrd 24
J. Bcrisficld, ohrd 12
Olc Kuutson, ohrd 37
A. W. Cox. ohrd 32
Ernest May, ohrd 4!)
Win. Robert, ohrd 29
T. Seigh, ohrd 57
0. W. Lindgrcn, obrd 6
11 T. Payne, ohrd 48
D J. F. Watt, ohrd 40
1. Banks, ohrd 34
John Zajic, ohrd 7
T. C. Faiufield, ohrd 1
Wm. Peliitt ohrd 8
S. WaU, ohrd 28
W. H. Fowler, coustablc, Pleasant
S. J. Written, constable Elm Creek.
Wm. YanDykc, justice of the peace
T. F. Jones, justice of the peace,
W. H. llobart tax collector. Oak
F. R Garlock, tax collector. Elm
S. Harris, town treasmrcr, Batin.
' James Amack, Uiwh treasurer Gar-
E. J. Peterson, town treasurer,
A. Boats, town treasucr, Rci
J. W Crary, towa treasurer, Gmiie
John Fasslcr, towa trcasmrcr, Glea
Johm Skelioa, towa treasurer, Still
. Qjoha Earner, towa clerk, GariekL
Wm. Crabill, towa clerk, Kcm
DA.K. taamsr, tewa clerk, Batia.
D J.'W. Sewlama, towa cleric, Gui4e
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L. Gcaereux, towa clerk, Catherton.
Fraak Ailes, assessor, Garfeld.
Joka Poliacky, assessor, Batia.
OtUStoake, assessor, Liac.
O. E. Raacy, assessor, Catherton.
G E Oatamaa, assessor, Oak Creek.
Geo. May, assessor, Glcawood.
W B Beakle, assessor, Inavalc.
H AMcCuac, assessor, Red Cloud.
G W Hagaa, assessor Guide Rock. -
Adjourned to 1 p. ai.
Oae p. m. Jan. 15, 1801.
Board convened, number members
The oftcial bond of Harry Hopkins,
county attorney, being called, it was
moved and seconded that the bond be
approved Ayes and nays bping call
ed for the vote was, ayes: Crary,
Miller, Laird, Zimmerman, Thomas,
Rasscr, Coon? Alyca, Berg, Kcslcr,
Hoffman, Patterson, Holdrcdge, Mc
i11 anil pfiainmn 15. uavs: Fish.
Cather 2, bond was declared approv
ed. Moved and carried that the bond of
John B. Wilcox be laid on the table.
Adjourned to Jan. 10. 0 a. m.
Jan. 10, 9 a. m.
Board convened, number members
present 10. -
Bond of T. E. Lacy, town treasurer
ordered returned for additional secur
ity. Report of committee on roads.
The petition of J. S. McClintock and
others for the opening of public road
on section line running north and
south, between Franklin and Webster
county, commencing on the north
ciast corner of section 1-J-1. ruiiiuu
thenae south to Republican river
said line, the road to be 33 feet wide
in Webster county, we your committee
would recommend the opening of the
within named road as prayed for in
petition. W. H. Barcus.(chm.) Mov
ed and carried that the report of the
committee be accepted and that said
road be ordered opened aud platted
without survey, as said road has becu
traveled for the past 15 ycaas.
Report of committee on supplies.
We your committee on supplies recom
mend the rcicction of all bids for
supplies pertaining to stationary and
blauk books and that the purchasing
of the same be done by the county
clerk with the aid and permission of
committee on supplies, we also rccom
mend that all stationary aud blank
books be purchased at home that can
be had as cheap or nearly so as fur
nished by non resident, signed Geo.
E. Coon fchiu.) Moved aud carried
that the report of the committee on
supplies be accepted and that the
above report govern the purchasing
of supplies for the year 1801.
Report of committee on vacating
road commencing at north cast corner
of section 22 running west to south
west corner of section lo-.-0 Ave your
committee would rcccommend that the
road be vacated according to the prayer
of said petition. Moved and carried
that the report of committee be accept
ed and that said road be vacated as
prayed for in said petition.
Committee on settlement with sheriff
reported as follows, we your committee
appointed to examine sheriff and jailer
account find that the following report
of sheriff as presented to board is cor-
rsct and we seconded the report be ac
ccnted and placed on file aud that
book be furnished the jailor to keep
his accounts. Signed A. II. Crary
Amount of fees received bv sheriff
for fisical year $1548,85.
Report of jailor
Boarding aud caring tor Isaac Will
iams from April 22nd, 1890 to Jan.
14th. 1801 $419,00. Caring and
boarding Mr. Walbach from March 22
1800 to Jan. 14 1801 $120,00 moved
and carried that report of committee be
accepted and placed on file.
Committee on printing reported as
follows: We your committee rccom
mend that the publishing of the
proceedings of board of supervisors
for the ensuing year be published by
the Chief, Argus. Democrat and Alli
ance Knight at $125 per year, they
furnishing their own copy. Signed
H. II. Holdredgc (chm.) Moved to
amend the above report that the board
allow $100 for the publishing of the
proceedings for one year, and that it
be divided equally among the following
papers of Webster county, viz: Chief;
Argus, Democrat. Republican. Blue
Hill Times, Alliance .Knight, Signal
The amendment was carried and report
accepted as amended.
ttcport of committee on settlement
with county judge reported as follows:
We your committee appointed to
examine the books of the county
judge of Webster county for the year
1890, find that the amount of fees
collected as reported by county judge
to correct and that the books arc
kat in good shape. Signed A. H.
HfaTanaa (cam.) Moved and carrid
thai tae report ae accepted aad placed
a file, -
Oae aWock P. M. Jaa. 16th 1891.
Board convened, members presen 17
A. H. Crary of Guide Rock asked
that $175 he appropriated to repair
the umts af Guide Rock bridge, vhiea
wm by board granted, and A. H.Crarv
iastasUd to oversee said work.
Bayartaf aaauaittaa on ways tBd
maaaa reaartai as fallows,
Estimate, el expenses for the
8at f aaklk iastruetioa
gsaaty aa viM aawaals
Used in MiUkms of Homes
Books, stationary and print
Pour house, poor farm and
Guide Rock bridge bond
County roads, county insane
and R. R. bonds
Signed; W. H. Bareus, Ch.
The above report was by the board
adopted and ordered spread upon the
Thomas Anderson, as per agree
ment presented note for $100.00 in
liquidation of indebtedness, whieh
was by the board accepted and de
posited with clerk.
Moved aud carried that the
committee be instructed to examine
the co:i(liltion of the Inavalc bridge
and reKrt at the next meeting of the
Moved aud carried that the county
treasurer be instructed to carry all
balances on hand, and taxes hereafter
collected on the sinking fund, bridge
judgment fund, bridge warrant fund,
jail fund, and county board fund,
levied prior to 1800 to the county
general fund of 1880 as they are col
lected. Report. of committe on settlement
with county superintendent: We your
committee report that wc have examin
ed the report of the county super in
teudentand find the same to com
pare with her books and would re
commend that the report DC accepteu.
Signed AH Hoffman (chm.) Moved
and carried that the report of commit
tee be accepted and placed on file.
Moved and carried that an appro
priation of $100,00 be made to defray
expenses of couuty institute.
.Moved and carried that Frank
Hi ues bo granted the privilege of mak
ing a drive way for stock under bridge
on section line between section 23-24
town 3 range 10.
The following claims was audited
and allowed, and clerk ordered to
draw warrant on general fuud for the
Isaac Fish service supervisor. .$
A II Crary '" ....
P Zimmerman ;; ....
G- K Coon "
W II Patterson li
R L Alyea " ....
G P Cather
W II Bareus " ....
G W Hummel - ....
J Rasser "
I Kesler " ....
A O Berg " ....
H U Holdrcdge " ....
31 M Miller
L I) Thomas " ....
A Shiukle janitor services". . . .
J 11 Wilcox salary couuty attor
ney Jan. 8 to 13,
D F Truukey postage, express,
and recording supervisors
C A Tecl board of prisoners . . . .
C Schenck appraising road dam-
E J King salary and postage
from Sov. 30, to Dec. 12, '90 37 00
DM Hunter salary and ex-
pcuscs.. . . . . 5 J 4 J
II V Fowler boarding pauper
(Blunt) 25 00
C B Crone postage and ex
E C Wolcott boarding pauper
II 1) Ranney postage aud ex
press Omaha Republican supplies
A C Hosmer
bill 33,50 allowed 32
taxes 18S9 24,83
S F Spokcsfield supplies for
E McFarland supplies for jail
aud court house
Fuller aud Good supplies for
J C "Warren "....
G 31 Dow repairs on clerks
C L Cotting mediciue furnish
Farmers lumber comaaay 10,77
D B Spaaogle appraising dam
ages oa road z,d9 ap?ue oa
AX Patsiora. J "
R A Handy coal aad diseouat
on warraut" 30,48 allowed
12,90 credited an taxes 1890
Dr Wegman medical services by
order of supervisor
McSitt 4c Galaska goods far-
nisnea poor ..;....
F Weiber supplies furalsaaed
J L Reeves taklag care poor
J Storey mediciae for pear 8,$f
creditefl oa taxes IS -
W H Snook medical
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Frank Kuefin surveying road . . 5 00
T W Hatfield ass'staat $2 credi
ted oa taxes 1880
flW Gulliford assistant $2
credited ou taxes 1889
R S Proudfict coal for poor. . . .
Skccn & Myers publishing pro
ceedings board C months. . . .
August Inter witness fees
I W Crary goods for poor. . . .
F-K Goblc lumber for side
walk. L H Deyo supplies for sheriff,
jail and county judge
I L H Fort clerks fees Jackson
and llellam case 5
C A Tecl sheriff i; ...
G W Barker justice . .7 55 )
paid 2 in Benson case 7 20
S W West justice fees Jackson
aud llellam case 3.30 credited
on taxes 1888
J C Warner constable fees 2,50
credited on taxes '89
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A Erickson witness Ha'rtman
C A Tecl sheriff 205.00 allow
J T Armstrong care feeble min
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for Guide Rock bridge 4,50
credited on taxes
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C. W Liudgreu work on bridge
13.91 credited on taxes
Adams county bridge on couutv
line "HI 98
Fuller & Good mds. and bolts
for bridges 2 78
J C Warner constable fees. ... 9 70
1) E Dcxtir caring for poor. . . .405 00
J C Warner constable fees. ... 3 50
S West justice fees
J Burden services on election
CC Stout s
J vY rattan " " ....
Adjourned to Feb. 24th 1891
II. D. Raxxey
Go to Deyo for fine cigars.
Don't fail to buy your drugs &c. of
Kickappo Indian remedies at Cot
tings. Dermoliuc-for chapped htads at
R. V. SLirey was in Kansas City
Thos. J. Bcal is quite sick with
Get your daily papers and maga
zines of Deyo.
O. H. Truman, will hold services in
the Christian church next Lord's day
morning and evening. All arc in
vited. J. H. Bailey has $50,000 to loan on
good farm and city property. Farm
loans eight per cent and lest. City
ten per cent
DeWitt's little early risers: only
pill for chronic constipation, indigis
tion, dyspepsia. None so good, Sold
by Cotting. 1
J. H. Bailey has 150,000 to loan on
good farm and city property. Farm
loans eight pet cent and less. City
ton per cent.
Deyos extremely low prices brought
him a large Christmas trade . These
low prices will be continncd on every
thing in his store.
Well Sarah, what have you been
doing to make yon look so young?
Ob, nothing mnch, only been using
Hairs hair renewer to restore the
color of my hair.
Attorney, J. Porter Jr. of this
city has agaid been successful in get
ting a good increase of pensioa for
Samuel West of this city, and Roder
ick D. Carrier of Cowles.
The little helpers of the Christian
church will give a cornucopia oyster
sapper at McFarland's old stand Fri
day jan. 3d 1891 sapper from 6 to 10.
supper 25 cts. All are cordially in
vited. Geo. Gilford, for a number of years
past the affable and courteous butcher
at G. W. Lindsey's meat market, ha
goae to Newcastle. George is a
number one fellow and we arc rorry
to lose him.
That beautiful glossy sheen, so
mcch admired in hair, can be seeared
by the as of Ayer's hair vigor. There
is nothing better tfaaa this prepara
tion for streogtheaing the scalp aad
keeping it free from dandruff and
VTaea Baby was sick, we jre kar
w was a CaflcL ska cried 1
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fooliag sroaad as4 aaatasUd aficea.
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ceived Ma"incrrae of pnsoa
L. II. Wallace wis In the city tbic
week. He reports a fine business in
Eli Batten, late houler at Akron,
hs been transferred to RI Cload at
bis request. 31c Cook Tnbnne.
Samuel West has rocciv d an In
crease of pension. Sam i- very
thaokful fojpiall fivrrs aud large
ones in proportion.
A large number d( our c'tlxcn
went to Lnar.nU; TulS'jay lo tttend
the 33d marriage annivfr.-rr of I. H.
Hummel! and wife
There will lie a special examination
flf teacher nt lied Cloud, Saturday,
February 7th. K M. HUNTER
Isaac Covrlcy, one of our taunchet
and best farmers, invaded (he Bigjln
jun's tepee on Saturdur laft, and pre
sented u4 witlt a dollar of tl.c dad'iies.
G. W. Baker and wife tiish to re
turn their regards te the kind friends
who administered to and cared for
their daughter Ciara during her list
sickness. They will ever be remem
Great care should be taken in dis
tributing aid to the drought stricken
people of this section, as there arc a
great many receiving aid that ought
not receive it now, it is said. None
but thoso in actual need and suffering
from actual necessity should bo help
ed at present.
Rhcumnlism Cured In one day.
'Mystic cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia r:t-ltcally cure, in 1 to 3
dajs. Its action upon the system lis
remarkable n i i mysterious. It re
moves ntonee toe caos-? and the dis
ease immediat-'lv dissi!Mears. The
first rioe gre ttly benefits. lriie 75
cent?. Sold !y 1.. 11. Dtno.
A firtt class residence with
bath loom, city water aud all conven
iences. House with three lots only
two blocks west of the business centre
of town. For terms call cm oraddrtss
A. P. Howard. Red Cloud Neb.
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A four room house on south Web
ster street, conveniently situated to
depot. Inquire of Will Harris at
McxVrthur's meat market. 2G-4t.
Avcrssarsaparilla. Ulu and young
take it with perfect safety. It clean
ses the blood, strengthens the nerves,
and vitalizes the system. Popular
experience ha3 lon placed this medi
cine at the head of tonic aUeniativcs.
Ja The Eipper.
tHo excitement caused by tin inhuman
monster is scarcely equaled by that pro
duced by the tfrent discovery of Dr. Miles
the Hestorative Nerviuo It jeedly
cures nervous prostration, change- of life
pain, dullness and confusion iu head fits
sleeplessness, the blues, neuralgia, plnpitn
tion, monthly pains etc Mr.John S Wo
druggist, of Hilsdnle,Mich.;Talbott Jtatolf
Greonsburg, Ind., and A. W. Blackburn, ps
WooHter, O., sny that "iho Nervino eof
better than anything wo ever sold, alls
gives universal satisfact ion." Dr. Kind
new illustrated treatise on the nerves less
alert and trial bottle freo at C- L. and
Cotting'a drug store. 4
For a solid and safe investment see
the contract given by tlu National
Life Insurance Company of Moatpcl
ier, Vt. A. S. Marsh.
Special State Agent.
Miles' Serve and Liver Pills.
An important discovery. They act on
the liveJ, stomach and bowels though the
nerves. A new principal. They pedly
core billiousness, bad taste, torpid liver
piles and constipation. Splendid for men
woman and children. Smallest, mildest
purest. 50 doses for - cents. Samples
free at C. L. Cotting.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem
ishes from horses, blood spavins, curbs,
splints, Sweeney, riug-bono, etitle,
sprains, nil swollen throate, coughs, etc.,
Save 850 by uso of one lwttle. Warran
ted tho most wonderful blemish cure
ever known. Sold by L. 11. Deyo, drug
gist, Rod Cloud.
Boon lo Wives.
-Having used "Mother's Friend" I
would not bo without it. It is boon to
who know they must tkuw through the
Sainful ordeni of childbirth. Mrs. C.
lelbourne. lown. Write tho Brad Held
Regulator Co.. Atlanta, Gn-, for further
particulars. Sold by C. L. Cotting. 2Ht
FOR HARDWARE STOVES
Co to Morhnrl's.
He has the finest line of stoves
ever seen in the city, lie hss the
celebrated Garland cook and heaters,
and a fulll jne of others equally as
good. Hardware at the very lowest
igures for cash. Do not buy stoTes
or hardware until you see me. Opera
house block. Webster street.
Itcli on huiuau and liorses and all ani
mals cured in CO minutes by Wootford'a
Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. Sold
by L. II. Devo, druj:gist. lied Cloud.
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Natica is aeraay jritrta that I wil
exaaiine all pcrsens wh may aasttt
to ofer thcaselves a esadidatea far
teacher ofthe pnblic schools af tals
ceauty, at Red Cloud on the taM
Saturday af each aionth.
D. 3H. Hlxtes, CoaatjSuat
FROM THIS DATK OX. I
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Ansl In dolus will ke aMe
live nay customer Ike neneflt
atelier prices I snail keen
eomnlcle slock of Dry
Boots, Kkocs, sum! Groceries,
anal solicit jour Imsle.
S. V SPOKESFIELD.
D. B. Spanogle,
AND L UAN Ac.HN
Miles f. Hayes
Patent - Collar !
For sale by J. O. BUTLER
Red Cloud, Buckeye
vitUv N litreJ'y citeti. llatunUirml hyrlr
itic if mi nler nf ;i'f latirci from throfTiceof
I.. It. fort. Cleric nf the Dttrlrt Cnrt of th
Klslith ImlicialMMrirt. nliliin and fr Wrli-
stercoimtr, Nfbraska, ujmk: a t!ocrt In anac
p. therein. wiiert'in.Jiywnii k. iuii
Iff, and aKsSn.ii John T, KoliliiMm
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ey is Plaint
and MnrtliH 1
amin offer rorna'vnt Mibltc rrhilttetothe hlcb
i;utiinu. lelenisiiU. IHII
mt bidder tor c.ih In hau4 at the et 4onr vt
the mutt botiv, at Iteil Cloud, in wil Webster
eonnty. NibraKn. that twine the ptaeo where
the last tenn of mul rourt hofilrn. an tae
l:ilh slay of Jan. A. I. Ial,
t 1 o'clock p. m. of unit! Jar, the foltowisr
described roH.'rt)' tcult: Ihe aoutli aalf I
the southwest quarter of motion four In town
olilj three north 1 1 rane nine writ nf C p. m.
tn WeUter eotuity. Nebr.i--.ka. tilreti utuler lay
luind tin? 2d day of IkTfnit.-r A. I. J.oi.
). C. Tkbu Deputy.
I). II. Erriew, riaintlS 's Attorney. 1MA
For want of ch bld'lera the aboreaalet
hereby contlmied until March 3. 11.
Fly O. L Teet. Deputy
Notice In hereby given, that tinder and bv vir
tue of an order of nale luel from tho olRee of
I. II. Fort. Clerk of the DIMrlct Court of tlie
Klich th Judicial WflTicU ajinm m ror vteo
couBty, Kebraika, uron n dccren In an action
pending, therein, whmiii. Ilurnhaai. Tullers
& Co. are jilnlutiSz and aicalnit Leal I.
offer for talea'pnbllc vendue, to tba hlcae
bidder for ca!i hi hand, at the eart door of tae
courtliouu at Ked Cloud, hi mM WUter
coiiaty, itebraVa, Ct'ic. lnR the NriWla
whereiu the Ut term ot tald cour twas aoMfa
tilth slat; r 3mm. A. 9. ltl,
at 1 o'clock p. ia of tuid day. the fodowiac !
erlbtd pioprrty towlt: The oota eart qiawter
of section twenty Jour J2J latowmbla one l
north: raae twelve U wet of the fith p. at
In vefcster county. Nefcrsaka. ;ivea aaar
roy baud IhU IJth day of Deevntber a. . US.
C. a, Trst, Nierlff,
Ureckfiindge. BrcckenrUs Ci ofot, n-3W
' - flalntf.ittorey.
Notice l lioreby ciren that unier sn4 by vir
tue of an order of aJo laturd from tho oSce
of L. II. Fort, rlerfc of the district court ef tae
eighth jitokUl district, within and for Waaiter
coi-iity. braka. upon a decree lnaa action
t-eitduiiJ therein, wherein I'.urnhani, TuIIeyf Ai
I'd are HalntilT. and aealn Wm. V. Ilaaaai
defendant. I all nS'r for aale at vubUe vaa-
ducto the Lizhel bidder for ch In haad at
the ea.t door of the eourtliaic. at a4 CloadL
In said Webter eouaty. Nebraska. fUt betas
tae balldiet: a herein tae last (eras of W raart
9?lh mmy aT Jaastarjr A. D. !,
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enbed proferfr towlj: Jbe eat natf f taa
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MADE ONLY BY
T. E. PENMAN,
VERY CHEAP FOR CASH.
Repairing a saeelally. I asa lsralel In 4 Ming' IH-wa airr, mm
West slslr IfclMlrr Slrerl. f'Mll mnI sac BK-farr )mm
rfeclslc ls tH .
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FARM LOAN CO.,
PAID UP alPI'JAL,$50t00Q.
Tak unr;.illratlan l TbrM,
ana not ilirrticl ai arut r fHutmitlu mxn
BVraasr you i.iii got ttio inrt fate
BMraaso )ou ran ?t yourmonry liunir-llairly.
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re aaae h can jti1 )' II"' lt-tlrrin.
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tlon outhr Intciml iijntciit
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Ked Cloud. Neb.
Hch aad Wwmicm tmrmU MlsNir slsre mshI rtaaalsM mur sicli
all rlHascs mf
MewliHi Wairlilnes, Orgarn, f arsrM. elr, sir stswli m I n4rril
cnGaaUrasalclrtMl are rprM aHlrsHlaa ! ihU
Hwatrli mt llse iIsk
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
1.. II. FOKT, Mxr.
Abitraet of Title
Furnished to all Landn in Wetter County, Accurately nd
ON SHORT NOIICK.
llavlBKHad trn yari'ri4fe!BrTuly irartao4 mp f Un. h" rpu mi A
Ktrart twukk In tl tJat. r tMu MUi(vil, Vuar fr Wu4
AJ! order 8l irtntlj mm AuHt Ut4 BU-d
aad apf rtrtI. AMi nt c;i on
J. H. KOUT Maitaokb. U4 VUnd. 'U
Feed. Salel Livery Barn
F. N. Richardson, Prop, Red Cloud.
We haw more hay and more corn, more oat, and mor
bam (all of which we purcliaaed whi priot w-rv ay
down) than anv firm in town, there! we K prejianyl If lmv
U lower R8t than any firm between the 2 ocean-, Hoarding
by the day, week or month. We do not brag of our hon
manehip. Stock in onr care aho their keeping Call on
H8 at the old reliable barn back of Pontoftlce and Jtj con
vinced that what we tell you true.
Abstracters. Real Estate
and Farm Loan Agent.
Red (Vh;d, Nebraska.
AbairacU of title furnlhed accfiratoiy and promptly
Satisfaction Guaranteed- tiaKP bnd
THE TRADERS LUMBER CO-
Lower than any yani in the worM
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Klus L Saiaar, AJaaatsM Caal)lf
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
.Red Cloud, Nebraska.
CAPITAL - 79jCCa
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Albany, Nw York.
COZAD & CO.
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