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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1891)
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Eatered at the 1-aot OSee ia
- John Toiag wu is tk titj
Waited, bwtter aid effli at J.
Use Cottiag's Bemolidt
Will Hitcbell was dowa froa
Orla Coekrall ii atteadias etlltga
at Fremoat, Nebraska.
"Microbe killer" cares catarrh.
rhcumttiBa, etc. Sold ty Cottiag.
H. B. Siaioas is aow a fall iedgtd
pension ajeit and is doing hasiaase.
Bosiacss seeau to he picking ap ia
Bed Cloud. We hope it will
David Kcsler carries his left
in a slincr owint: to a seyere case of
G. Wiener, oar popalar elethier is
in the east buying his spriag aad
The best five cent cigar in the towa
for only one dollar per barrell at Cot
tings. Try a barrel
Mrs. A. C. Hosaer aad children
arc ia Lincoln this week yisiliag with
Mrs. A. L. Faak.
Bertha Young, the little girl of J.
M. Young has been senoasly ill far
a week but is coavaleseiag at pres
ent M. G. Judd and Mrs. AanaBrewn
were united in marriage last Saaday.
The GniEF extends its coifratela-
Oh, say, wasn't last Sunday a heaa
tiful day? It blew forty-aiae ways
for Sunday, and was cnoagh to last a
Dick Grey, formerly of Bed Clead
and now of Washiagtoa, is ia the city
visitiig his wife'a parents, J. H,
Smith aad wife.
The presence of dandruff indicates
a diseased scalp, aal if aot cared,
blanching of the hair aadbaldacas
will resalt. Hall's Hair Beaewcr
will cure it.
The Methodist church ladies will
entertain the people of Bed Clead oa
the 19th with the faaioas Blackbird
cantata. It is a very iaterestiag en
tertainment and will be worth one's
time to see it.
J. B. Wright, C. F. Kchler, L H.
Hammell, F. D. Martin, Peter Srend
son, C. C. Cox, O. McCall, Bev. J.
Horton and Chas. 8aelser haye added
their names to the "Great Family
' Weekly" since oar last issue.
Mrs. I. H. Hammell delegate, Miss
Gertie Pond alternate, H. . Pend
and wife, Sam West aad wife, J. L.
Miller aad wife, G. W. Dow aid wife
will go to Plattsmoath, Nebraska,
next Monday, to attend the depart
ment meeting of the W. R C
The "Big Injun" as a progaestiea
tor of tie weather last week failed to
carry out his native shrewdness ia
xorecasung tae weataer. it appears
from the eoadilioa af the ai
Suaday, that it was a part af the pra
gma that was left oat af av recard,
or got pied ia the makeaa. Oat
devil says it's a "Groand-heg case.
On last Monday might the alarm af
ire was turned in from Static 1, aad
the ire departmentrssf sadidaccaipt
ly. The ire was discovered to ha hi
Whitsoa's store, aad is aaamaaalto
have hoen aaaaed hy a
matches hack aad faith. F
lytacnrewai qaaacaed neiare aaj
Cam. J miirm. btywb aa aw aww
period. of tltat !lw, ma. eeaa- to
ViUecfaUv relieved hy .H.mial.lM
eericas damage was ieaa, but it cemv
7 tod ajcose to cur aftitaas.
MAJtxiKi In St. Jeesph, Xeu. aa
MadayFcraary Id. 1891, hytha
Key.'E. H. Dramhdagh, pastor of the
HaUaadlfra. Bean Maiaaay. Oea
The acwly wedded temple witt he
well limianhared as livfag ia the any.
Dr. Hall was a praeticixg ph
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PfMdlt Halftak, af tkta city
fanlttd a if tlia.
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Mm. W. H. Viaftaer aal aMl
jmitoakktaki wwk k4 if gtMaag
WaMtkt fie optM, the
Bird, will stag, Fek 19ta,
aad wife were in Bed
,ttondia the f uncial
The Black Birds will begin to
warhle at the asaal time Feb. 19th,
at Opera house.
Far greeerics, aaaaed f raits, teas,
ecffccsydbc SeeJeha Parkas, yoa
aaa gad hartaias.
Farmers, jea caa get more goods of
Jmbm Pavkaa for loss moacv than of
aay hease ia lad Clead.
Tomorrow ia Valentine day, aad we
presume that there will he much fun
aad aa little sarcasm exhibited.
"The Big Iajuu" was handsomely
serenaded cue aight this week by a
'Qaiatewcef fair wiahlers." Many
Deyee extremely lew prices brought
him a large Christmas trade These
Iewaafftes will ha continued on every
thiagia his store;
Get year tiokecs early aad avoid
the rash, far when the pie opens the
Black Birds birds will siag, Feb. 19,
at the opera hoase.
A. J. White aad D. 8. Coombs
hate made the "Big Injun" happy
this week by addiag their names for
the G.F.W for 1891.
CeWipatioa pemeas the blood; De
Witt's little early risers rare consti
pation. The caaae removed, the
disease is gone. Sold by Cotting. 7
Small ia sise, great in results: De
Witt's little early risers. Best pill
for constipation, best for sick head
ache, beet fer soar stomach. Sold by
For family groceries of all kinds
see J. 8. Parkes, opposite Moon block
oaa deer north of Jars. Nawhouse's.
Ha will sell yoa goads cheaper than
There will be work ia the f rst rank
ofCalaBtaeledge,Ne.29,K. of P.
oa aext Taasday evening, aad probab
ly i a the second rank. All Knights
in good standing, aad all visiting
It has come to oar knowledge that
parties have been receiving aid who
are act eatitled to it, aad have been
making the usual statement. The
parties are said to be selfsmstaining
and the committee proposes to inves
tigate the wrong, aad soma one may
have to pat ap for the staff used.
The Fanners' Lumber company of
Atchison. Km., fled ia the ofice of
the secretary of state yesterday
eertif cate of its iacorporatioa under
the -laws af Kaasas, an act of domes
ticatioa to eaable it to traasaet busi-
aeas ia this state. J. F. Halleabeck
ef Bed Clead isoaeofthe directors
aad the aaacera has a capital stock of
$16,000. The purpose of the incor
poratiea is the traasactioa of any
auaafaetiring, mining, mechanical,
chemical, mercantile, agricultural
implement aad produce business.
Ycveoagh will aot tat all winter
Yoa will act be kept awake at night;
You will get immediate relief if,
Tea will mac De Witt's cough aad
consumption care. Sold by Cotting 4
Balk garden seeds jast received.
Immense Stock fresh aad reliable and
prices few. Perkins A Mitchell.
Baadfcof raasami L. acmlfm.
Safest ana at E.B.Imithaa old reat
mtaadbaalmrrjCtlmarmof tbo Far
asa A MsrehaatB TTaak of Bed Cloud.
OaTauwuwy Fab. 10, tho Christian
i fifed to ovwraowing with
ot Edmund L.Sauth, who
man well aad favorably
of Bed Cloud.
He was bctwfeJoenn county, Iowa, on
thalMhof JaaaU67,aadoama to our
ha wan the
Way waa It aha aaa asak an
wma am rather, aad aaaora,
oafe aaa aadprida cf aia mahcr, aad
cfamaauera. afe was idolised aad load
fe cared lor by the anly mother whom
ha haeavmamywa, aad m return waa a
Darmg afemmmaam trial ist cmara
was. to Was has naranta with hum
ami an two caamfeaa ha folded
hfe Mfe atmaabout his mothata
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m Jfeaas ts hoy that oam-
mawJyanSmmsjuataat feat ecaaajS
as sata aa aaaanaw, aa anca. aanarton
IttjtototrytmssaaKlma at ttaThas
Draped the heavens aa tho on a bier.
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Go to Deye fee aae cigars.
Don't fail te bay year Iraa r. af
Get yoar daily papers aad mega
siaec of Deyo.
J. H. Bailey has$5,009 to lean aa
geed farm aad city property. Farm
Mans eight per neat aad leas. City
tea per cent.
DeWitt's little early risers: caly
ptU for chronic eoottipatiea, tadtacs
tie, dyspepsia. Neaeeegeod, Sold
J. H. Bailey has $50,0M to leaa aa
good farm and city property. Farm
loans eight pet ecat aad lees. City
Joha Parkes will sell yew mere
groceries for a dollar thaa aay gro
cer caa iaBed Cload. 8ee hie new
stock of groceries, sugary, coffees, teas
aaaaed f raits, dec.
Acts at oace, aever fails. DeWitt's
aaagh and coasmmptioa care. A
remedy for asthma, aad that feverish
coaditioa which accompanies a severe
cold. Sold by Cottiag. 6
There shall be held annually on
the 3d Tuesday of March at the ofiec
of the county clerk of each souaty a
meeting of the assesors of slid coun
ty for the purpose cf consultation in
regard to the various kinds and class
es of property to be by them astes
ed aad it thall be the duty of each
assessor to sttead such meeting, aad
to call upon and receive from the
coanty clerk the necessary books and
blanks for the assessment of property
and the failure of aay assesor so to do
shall be deemed suficient cause to
declsrc his office vacant and for the
appointment of a successor. See sec
tion 49, chapter 71 compiled statut
Aet on a new priaoiple regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
aenres. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
pills speedily care biloasnew, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equaled for men, women, children. 8maU
est, mildest, sorest ! 50 doses, 26 eta
ARll-Harso Thief Assaelatlam.
The Webster County Vatual Protection
and Aati-Horse Thief Association meets
at Cowles on Saturday previous to fulling
of the moon each month.
F. Hososon, Sec'y.
Rheamatlsm Cared la aaa day.
"Mystic cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system lis
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. Price 75
cents. Sold by L. H. Dcjo.
For a solid and safe investment see
the contract given by thi National
Life Insurance Company of Montpel-
icr, Vt A. S. MAB8D,
Special State Agent.
Capt Jno. Blaine and daughter Jenny,
returned from St Paul on the 5th inst
where the wholo family was summoned
to the bedside of Chas. Blaine who was
dangerously sick. He has since died and
was buried on the 10th.
A host of friends and neighbors extend
hearty sympathy to the bereaved family.
The storm of Sunday was so severe
that no religious service was held in eith
er of the churches.
Mrs. Wolcott has received a photo
graph of a pillow of flowers which had
been placed on the coffin of her sister
who recently died in Vermont
Our ice men intend to keep cool next
summer. Never before has this village
had so much put up.
A ten pound boy put in an appearance
Sunday morning just as the blizzard be
gan to rage. It is likely that be will
make a stir in the world. H. W. Fowler
is the man who looks happy over the
Warth Haadreds af
My wife used only two bottles cf
''Mother's Friend" before her third ooa
tnemed. Says she would not be without
it tor hundreds of dollars. ITadnot r.aar
as mueh trouble as before. Dock Mills,
Liacoln Parish, La. Write the Brad
field Regulator Co-Atlaata, Oa- for far
ther partieulart. Sold by Oettfag. 17 4t
The wind is blowing the snow into
driffs. Sunday school and chnrch
will be discontinued today.
Mrs. Myers is en the sick list
Several of tho voaog folks got dis
appointed on going to the wedding
Sunday, across the river.
The storms will be liable to stop
The Pleasant Bill literary society
had an exhibitioa lest Taesdsy Bight
Two young men went after their
girls, hat the vouag men were too
late papa and the girls were gone,
aad the youag men said: I wish the
old man hadn't took the girls, they
will have out names in the paper.
There are a great many patting ap
Jim Doyle get his thumb badly
tore by a pet eooa.
Mr. Baker has traded his fiae
bagcy horse at, that he get af A. C.
Mr. Cox is ant agaia after his sick
Mr. Emiak is sick agaia.
these items began it to lne
Used in Millions of Homes
vo ' dmaSa
Th Mutual A octtlon
tik, meeUemt aa mek botffil.
from It to 76 yearn old, of both atx
ltOf to 99099 at death,
M0 te $2500 if aermaaeatly dis
abled, or less ef two limbs, or eyes.
$2M to $1250 for loss of oae band,
feci or eye
$5 to $25 per week if disabled by
accideat er siekaess.
Ne restriction as to iesidenec or
Members are ia immediate beaef t
fer death from the date ef Certii cate,
and for indemnity for sick and acci
dent beaelts, after sixty days from
date ef Certif cste.
issue iaoinc certificate, without ex
tra cost, insurance payable,
lajartea hy AceWesrt.
LaooafUnahe or Eyes.
" Mckmeaa hy aataral caaae.
We cuard assinst the accumulation
of a large number of Death and Disabili
ty claims, during any one month, by pro
viding that ail claims anau be paid wun
in ninety days after receipt of oatisfac
The Fallawlaa Palate,
First. We place no restrictions on
members as to occupation or rest
dence so lone as payments are
8econd. livery member knows
from the first, the exact cost and the
date of payment on his insurance.
Third. It provides for the Arbi
tration of all disputed claims.
Fourth. People of both sexes from
18 to 75 veara old are accepted as
Fifth. Provision is made to ad
vance from $100 to $500, for funeral
expenses, if necessary.
Sixth. 5To portion of the principal
of the Bsscrve Fund can be used for
Seventh. We have paid more
money in Sick and Aceident benefits,
since Jan., 1886, than any other As
sociatioa ia the Uaited States.
Eighth. Certificates of member
ship ia the Mutual Union Ass'n. arc
exempt by the laws of New York faom
attachment by creditors.
The first cost id the MeinbeiAliip or
Admission Fee, psysble with t'te ap
plication, to the agent as follows.
sm - as.aa $ aa . $ a.aa
- i.aa 2 - V2,
7M 3. 4 - 13.w
1 . .a s - 18.
Applicsnt pays examination fee.
Maathly amyaieats am a)l
Age. Am't Ago. Am't Age. Am't.
18-25 8 .85 42 $1.08 50 91.80
2G .80 43 1.10 CO 1.88
27 .87 44 1.12 01 2.00
28 .88 45 1.15 02 2.20
20 .89 4G 1.18 63 2.40 '
.T0 .90 47 1.22 04 2.60
31 .91 48 1.20 65 2.80
32 .92 49 1-10 00 3.00
33 .93' fiO 1-34 67 354
34 .04 51 1JW 68 a48
33 J 32 1.12 CO 3.72
36 .96 53 1.46 70 4.00
37 M 54 1.50 71 4.28
38 1.00 55 1.56 72 4.50
39 1.02 56 1.62 73 4.84
40 1.04 57 1.68 74 5.16
41 1.06 53 1.74 75 5.52
For 82000 insurance the cost would be
twice the above rates; for 83000 insur
ance the cost would be three times the
nbove rates; fcc
Maathly Payaieals Xcver
For particulars, call on or address
A. P. Howaid, State Agent.
Bed Cloud, Neb
Laeal agents waated.
Children Cry for
Katlee ta Teaehcrs.
Notice is hereby given that I will
examine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers ofthe public schools of this
coauty, at Red Cloud on the third
Saturday of each moath.
D. M. Hunter, County Supt.'
People who desire drsying done
with promptness and dispatch should
always hire John Berkley's teams.
John is aa old head at the business
aad will do your work well. Terms
Children Cry for
He has the iaest liae of stoves
ever eeea ia tae city. He ass tit
celebrated Garland ceok and Beaters.
aad a fall liae ef others eqaally as
good. Hardware at the very lowest
cares for cask Do aot baj stoves
er hardware aatil yoa see me. Open
hoase block, Webster street
There will be a teachers' meetias;
at Bed Cload Satarday, Feb. 28, 1891.
at oae o'clock p. m. The program is
A lessoa in decimel fractions Mr.
Jos. H. Scows.
Diseassioa ef difiealt points in the
breaches taaght in the pahlie tchools
Paper, ((The teacher's care af the
health ef pnpils Mies Carrie S.
Paper, "Oae days work ia the
sahWJroem"-Pref. B. H. Calrar.
Talk, "Are teachers' meeettags a
haaaiiT--Praf . F. N. Daam.
Tea aaestiias aa priaaiaal eveaU
f 18f 1. Mma Haaaah lgaa.
A fall attaaaaaaa ia aM
40 Years the Standard.
akth. lleoaaaaa, bairg madantood.
oaadv ovoromar. Aar womaa aiy
lunar n aother without BBttriag aar
paJa ahataver, th labor being made
ohort, easj. and f rre from daagtr. Mora
las; aiekaeii, wdlet limb, and all other
tike evil caa be rapidly eoatrotled. aad
alt female dttieanes peedi!r cured, i'bj
ieiaaa pronoaaeo it a voadcrf ul dtoeorery.
Kerer knows to fail. 30,000 ladies attrat
ita aierita. Cut thia oat; it may mt
yoar life. Sstcr nut a day longer, hat
Bead as two l!-cent stamp, aad receive ia
-taltd earelope fall particaJir, tmtimoa
iaht, eoaftdvatial lettca, Jte. AdJrr,
Fraak Thomaa Jt Co , Baltimore, Md.
Let a man lead a
crooked life loag
eaomgh and he will noon
be ia straight.
Warked Like a
BradaehTt female refralator worked
like a charm; improveaie&t beea woader
f al; eaaaot el prt-u my gratitade. WUh
ovary lady afflicted would try it. I know
it woald enre them. Lola A. Loag,
Spring Grove, Fla. Vri,4 the Bradleld
Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for farther
particulars. Sold by Cotting.
A boy's first cigar mny smoke
bowabont the boy.
Heart li.enfte if unally anppocd to be
incurable, but when proUvrly treated a
large proportion of case can be cared.
Thus Mm. Elmira Hatch of Elkhart, Ind
and Mi. Mnry L. Baker of Ovid.Mich.,
vera cared after MaiTerini; VO years. S. C.
Linbnrer of San Joif , 111., .i j that Dr.
Miles' New Heart Care, which cared the
former, "worked wonders for hi wife."
Levi Logan of Buchanan, Mich., who had
heart disease for SO years, eavn two bottle
made him fcel like a new man." Dr.
Miles' New Heart Core is sold and guaran
teed by C. L. Cotting, drnggiitt. Book of
wonderful testimonial free. 1
Two vices and one virtue do not make a
A .nllonnl Eveaf.
Jho holding of the Worlds Fair in a
city scarcely fifty years old will be n re
markable tiVeiit, but whether it will really
benefit this nation an much an tho discov
ery of tho Restorative Nervine, by Dr.
Franklin Slile.s it doubtful. This in just
whnt the American people need to care
their txceysivo iiervouue!!, dyspepsia,
h adache, diziuu-.-, l?tplettne.4, neural
gin, nervou debility, dullneits, confusion
of mind, etc. It acts llko h chnrm. Trial
bottles and fino book on "Nervous and
Heart Diseases," with unequaled testi
monials, free at C. L. Cotting', druggist.
It is warranted to contain no opium, mor
phino or dangerous dr oga. 1
wucQUiwrrto with the GtoourHr or this comm wm orrai
MUCH VU.UMU IMFMWATICH PHO'J A STUST Of THiS MtP Of THf
PaiMrn Dnolr Tsiinri 0. Donifla'Da '
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Davenport, Muxtinr, Ottumws, Otkalooa, Die
Molaes, Wintcnrt, AuJubon, Harlan and Council
Btuflk, la IOWA : MluneapolU nd St. Taut, !a MIX
KESOTA; W'atertoirn and Sioux F11j. In DAKOTA;
Cameron, St. J-tli and Kansas City, la MISSOURI;
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and (razlBK land, affording the tidt StctllU or later
cemmanlcation to all towns nnd cltlt. ut and wnt,
aorthwest and soutlnrrt of Cblcago and to I'acUiC aad
vxstibult express trains
Leading- all competitors In oplcndor of eqnfpmeat,
betveen CHICAGO an-i DES MOIXE. COUXaL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and Mtw CHICAGO aad
DENVER, COLORADO SI'RIXRH and I'UEBLO. via
KANSAS CITY aad TOrEKA and vU ST. JoSEPrT.
Flrst-aaas Day Ooocho, FREE RECUN'IXO CTLUB
CARS, aad ralare SlfprK, with Dining Car Service,
CIom connrctlons at Denver and Colorado Sprlnfi Kk
diverging railway lines, now forming the aiw Sad
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTT
Over which mprMjr-o,!!lprd tralni rna dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City. Ojdea and Pin Francisco. TOB ROCK
ISLAND U also the Direct and Favorite Una ta aad
from Slanltou, Tike's Peak ami all other sanitary aad
cealc resorts and cities nnd mining districts tn Colorado
From St Joarph and Kana city to and from all tsa
aortant terns, cities and sections In Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and th Indian Territory. Also via ALBEIT
LEA SOCTK from Kansas City and Chlraf9 to Water
town. Sioax Falls, XINNE.r0U3 and ST. FACT
uaaartiofMr for all points north aad northwest titaw
tb lakes and the Pacific Coart.
For Tickets, Maps. Folders, r.r desired fafonaaUaa
aatdy to any Coupon Ticket Office In the UalUd
B. ST JOHN, JOHN SKBAaTIAVf
Orl Maaascr. CenTTkt.Araf,At. -
IF TAK& DURING CHANGE Of LIFE
FOat iALE BY . L. CavTTIXCI
In the district court of Wabater
The McKinley Lanning ")
Loan and Trust Co. I
Thomas Mather et al j
ITotiei to aon-residsnt defeodanta.
John W. Bentlej will take aotiee that
oa lha 2d day of Febraary, 1891, tae
above named plaintiff filed his petition
ajraiBst joa, impleaded with others, ia
aid coart, the object aad prayer cf which
are for the f oreeloeara af a certaia seert
caawaivtm by Thomaa Hatha aad wife
toW.H. Laaaiag.datsvd March J,ls,aad
Had for recard aad recorded m the aaaw
atkanordref deedeof aaid Weastar
. ia book a. pagai. eaa raying
dasanbea real astaia aaa
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D. B. Spatiogle,
and Loa Agk
Notice U hereby cia that urvr atd by tr
to of annrfarrof v laaard tiutn t)i idaB
of C RCrsse drk of Um UUuict court ed aaa
eighth judicial district, vsRam and for Wefcstfv
cotttty. Mcbraska. cpon adVrrrr laaa acWa
patMnns tBcrtia. arrrta ranswra a Mevraaaea
BaaklucCo aw atalaUta, aad acaJ Havt4
A. JHnxip aad Mary K atrtiu rt ala ).
frDdoata. I 1I oSrr for aai at Mblie vats
duels tte klgtK-kt bJsJSVr tor raali In kaad at
ta at dtier af tte cmrttsmMe. at Br4 Oassd.
In aald V'cbtr county. Nebraska, (taat betaa
tae uaidtast aarrrla tar laat lerat of sa-M crt
aaa aaMca) aa ta
lath aay aCSarem A. . IMI,
atla'clocka. ai.of asddday.tatfUasiiB Ct
enfeed profTty nU; Lot ftrtrva (U aad
atrra (H) la Mock 8te la MialUi aad
addltian to tbe city of ltrd Cloud. WrMrr
county. Nebraska. Clvra undrr sav haad taia
3d day of Frbruary A. It.. 1.
Italntiff'a Attonwy. toM
Notice la Inrrtby pjven. that uiuk-r and bv lr
tiu: ut aa orUf r ! sale iMunl mea ta oSV of
C. II. Crowarrk t the District Cwjrt of Uw
FJiibthJtMlicUl lHttrict, mlthtn and for Web
cvunty. cbraaa. u;n a Urcrr In an actio
Miuilnic, tarrrin. when in. The Willford and
Nor tliwar Manutanciurins Co are plaintiff; aud
ACaitittC R.'l'uttret al HrfetuUrtv I at)
otter for aalr a publjo vctvJi-'. tu t his Iks
bidder for cah In hand, ad thr ral door id ta
courthouse at KcJ t'kxid. In aah Wattttar
county, xrbrasla. (tlwit Utti the tulUta
whrrrtu the Ut term ot laid four twashuldra
lath day at March A. a. ialv
at 11 o'clock a. to, of aaid day. tnefotlowinc de
cribtd pioporty towtt; Um tweatv-oue 121
andtwtni-twor;l in block tru K rallnMM
addition toUcd Cloud, fctster coutity. Ne-
traaka. i.Um under )' baad thtsad day ef
II. t?lat Ilrn.t
tuiiiy.i asio s l'ungan,
Notice is ker tr men. that uadcr and bv vlr
tue of an order of sate lMtied from taeolSeeof
L. 1!. Fort. Clerk of the DIM tic t Court of tkw
KJglitli Judicial IUtnrt.aithla and for Web
ster countv, .Nebraska, upon a decree In aa ac
tlo.t pemlintr. Uu-rein, nlicrelu. Joseph H Hall
cy is iil.amtllT, and aralnsi John 1. Koblasea
and Martha u Kotliiou. lkfendanta. i aall
again oiler toraa'c at (ubllc endue to the htgb
et bidder fur cuA iuLand at the attlor id
Uio court hi lv. ai lUvlllmid, in aald WtJetrr
couniy. .rnnika, iirwt dviuk tno Ptaco niier
the List term of aald court was hoMen. on the
I3lh day af Jaa. .. D. laai,
at 1 o'clock p. to. of aald dar, the followlac
described propert) to-wtt: The vwjth kalf of
thcsotithmestituincroI section tour In toaa
ship tlirec north I range nine eat of fi a. sa.
ia Webster county. Nebraska, (ilvea under aay
land till? -d day of lcccarrr A. I). 19mk
I). C. Taau DriHity.
I. II. KtticW, ruintlS ' Attorney. lafj
For aunt of cash tiliHen tlie above sale la
hereby continued uutil Marvh 3, iiui.
C. A. Teel. Sacrlfl.
Dr U. C. Trrl. lrpat
send roa our caTatoaucaaa MICKa
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS,
Chattel Starlgag e Hale.
Notice U herebv Riven that by ylrtue of a
chattel mortKHSC dated on the fth day of Feb
ruary, ittuo. and duly filed la the office of the
countv clerk of Webster county. Neb .on the
Mill day of February, IK), and executed by II.
A. Rurtoii and 11. P. Hurton to I- Gilbert
to secure the payment of tae sum offfvQSand
niton which Uierf la due the sum of IIM.lt.
IWault tiatiiiK been made In the pa j men t of
said sum and no suit or other pfocmllutr at law
having beou instituted to satare aald ilrM or
any part thereof, therefore I frill aetl the pnjw
erty therein ilrscrlbr!: Two vearllns;
teeraa'idtwotMo-)rr old heifer, one sorrel
horae. at public auction at the yard of (illftrd
fi Waller In the tnn af Cowles, Webster cotm
ty. Nebraska, on the 14th day of February. IWI,
at one o'clock p. m. of said (lay.
L. C. C.lllrt. MortFure.
In the district court ot Webster county,
William N.rarnaloin )
Spencer Alex.unlT ft a's )
Nottru to uon tesblrrtt ilefrndstit.
Htencer Alexander and iJiinl- Alrvander.
in wile, will taac notico tli.tl on tlie strd day
of December. 1J. the above nnmeil pUlntitt
filed his petition asalust ou. imtdeaded with
others. In said court, the object and prater of
which are for the foreclosure of a certain mort
gajtc. Rheti by you lo W. fl. Lannlrur dated
October 1st, lax, and files! for record and re
corded In tlie office of tlie recorder of deeds
said Webster county In liook i. on pace Ml, eonr
ve Imc the following described rr.U estate aad
premises situated iti said cotinty tonsil. The
north-east uarter of section thirteen (ta) towra.
ship four t) north, range twelve (U) wrat d the
Cth p. m. that default lias been made In the
(tayment of tlip Indebtedtieas secured by said
morurace. ami there Is now due plaintiff tkrr
on the sum of one hundred and forty-eicht do.
lars and 73-100th (SllS-T.'Otocether wltfi Interest
at ten per cent per annum thereon from Janu
ary 1.1. 1yl, which is secured by aald taortran
which Is a valid lien on said i-rr mles. llaM.
tiff pran for tae aale of said premises acrocd
I UK to Law, to satisfy the aaiount adjudced due
klm in the premises. and for a decree foreeloe
lne the e'juity of relemptlon of ail of said de
frndants and lr an injunction restralulaa
You, and each of you are reaulred to answer,
aaid petition on or before Monday the ninth
(9tb) day of March, laai, or Ue aaraewiltbe
taken aa true, a-d Judgatent and decree rea
lotlfl a A
State of Ncbraaka. .
Webster county, f
In the county court of our aald coanty of Web
ster, ia Uw: matter ot the KnaidtaatJiiaof Thoav
as Blunt. Ineoeapetent. Now on the 21st day
of January. 11. caase Sa. If. Thoaua. raard
lan ia this oaUer. and Sld report el Ma acta
and doir.pi aa suck guardian aad his duly vert
Red iieUtioa praying a Snal aettleaaeat aad al
low ance of accmiat. aad that he aw dlsrturar I
froat UtU trust: It U Oserefere ordered that
satirOay February 9th. tart . at oae o'clock ta
.. t . tiB. ulJ niae fne aalaisMr aad allow
ing aath accouat. All persons Interested Vt
this estate are required to appear aad aaaw
cause. If such exists, why raid aecoant aweaM
not be allowed. It Is farther areVred that Was
II.Tbosaaa. zuardlan berela.kive aatleetwaM
person interested in said estate byeaertnta
copy of tals arder to ne ptwnei ia use aaa
Oosd CHiar. a newspaper prtated aad ia ara-
enu clreulailon ia saw casatf y ror usree
ive weeks actor to Use day art far aald ssrarksa
witMsaaryealelalslcBatnre aasf the aeal at
the retraty covfrt of said eeaatv af Vefcter tMe
rddayef Jaaaary. 191. U.r.Tnssiasv.
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N.rC.RilRBIull(8c6-, CHICAGO. MrW If:
-'c Aa groccrs Keep m z.
rPR' WU5EWIf E WAHTS IT.
Canned Fruits. Etc.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
FARM LOAN CO
PAID UP CJPJ'JJL,$00.000.
Taha YaavtAaatteaMaa) Tfcaaa, aetastt yM alii anng liunt iia i& irfr
aad Mat iktsNtgh aa arai or OMaauwiud aaat
aVcaaaa yau ran gvd the lowest tab.
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aaawp da hot aM )nar acdlrattem all
aaa wa ran alte you Vtm brt trrta
aaalatrivat and vrinclrtalUiNiiableat
Oaa ea tKa laternat momm
aaa yoa will be piraaed aRh aur aiaaawr
Red Cloud. Nb.
Furniture, Mortuary Gotnls, &c.
hlaea, avrsama, rarmela, elr, mmr ack fr l'trrta
Is caaiplrla aad are snsv rsrrlal MllrHllestt ia I at
t. ii. roaT. Muw-
Abstracts of Title.
Fanuniied to all Landn in Wribater County, Aci:timN;ly ami
ON SHORT NOriCK.
llavlac had ten year avpsrlssea la msitity reearda asxl ot, f jl.e nvt n,t-Ui -if, AS
stract books la tbsUt. wxwraWaeiafarUm. Var fsrs Mtt w
All ordeta Sited pmesptlr, W.ass dlU ian4 Sled
aad aaaruved. AdAf a m rail m
L. II. FOKT MAjAsn. U& lol. Nb.
BAILEY & MYEltS,
Abstracters, Real Estate
and Farm Loan Agent.
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
Abtrtractei of title funiihtl accurately and prrmij'tly.
Satinaction Giiaran.l. 910.000 botid 1.!!
THE TRADERS LUMBER CO.
S W Hi IS
Lower than any yard in the world
B. V.Saiasr, Pres. Hssnr CtABaatVit.rrt. I. II. Koar. W.ir
KtLls L SatUT, AsstaUat Caakier
FIRST NATIONAL BAXK,
.Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Trsaaset a gtatral asakiaaaaslaesa,
eeaaty, areciaet sad acneal dletrict
Jaa.XcNeav. J. A.Tallevs,
S a S S
5c pjce ajio
Biff HCVCR MlraW.
THOSE If Y&uT
OnttY fM l0r
orrf tae r-mntry for kiow (jv U an.
out rAr. amt if draifrl xt ummU
of builm-. t aata av?. ttaw
Albany, Nsw York.
r alsaclt asf
COZAD & CO.
Co., Jieii Cloml.
atU toaaty wary Ma.
Bay sad J1 Uu esc
G. W. Liadser. K. V. Shlrvy.
K. f. IllgaUad.
A - J. Keaaay,
Miles f. Hates'
a-sasskr J. O. BUTUX
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