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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1891)
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I SANTA CLAUS SOAP!? V
nnk& of violets. Banks or moss,
A)jdiMJiK& wvre miiiere spc
AlfdJiMjKs Wjtfjpwlle Slden coin.
But ErMRBANK mkaTHE BEST SOAP.
w uSWiJMWULRUaUUiK CHICAGO,
Lower than any yard in the world
Fort Abstract Co., Ked Cloud,
L. H. FOUT,
Furnished to all Lands in Webster County, Accuracy auu
ON SHORT NOIICE.
stract docks i uit wi i fironi,Uy. io.ooo dollar bond llled
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t. H. FORT
I. W. TULLEYS,M.D.
Red Cloud, - XcbrjwKii.
omce oppoMto First National Iliuik.
U. s.i:xaiiilnlnK SurReon.
("Iironlc diseases treated bv mail.
j. M. Stewart will take notice, that on the 13th
dayit AiiRUst, 1891, 0. H. Harvey, u justice of
thenwiceof Inavale township. Webster count j,
Nebnflci. lBMied an onler of attachment lor
ili,. sum of s;s wim interest. h-u cost pi
has been atUicbcd under .said onler. Said cause
was continued to the 8th day or October, ls31,
alio o'clock a. m. . ..,... . .-
4 3 Signed: C. W. UAUCKTT.l'huntiir,
III I lie ViMtrict Court or Wchatcr
Charles C. White, receiver")
of the linn or Dawes a:
leorge N.Foot. Sarah Foot
(SeorKC It. Ilnick & Co.,
IrviiiK W. Crary.K.Crox
ton, full name unknown,
lames S. Watt, ami the
Ixian & Guarantee Co. or
NOTICE FOlt SERVICE MV rLMII.U'ATIoS.
Ceorsolt. Urock& Co., IniiiK y. Crary, S.
Croxton. full name unknown, and .lames h
Watt, will take notice that on the nlay .mly
istl. Charles C. White, receuer of the tinii r
Danes & Foss, filed bin jietltioii in the district
court or Webster county. Nebraska, apdnst
Hie said defendants, the object ar.d pnijcr of
v hicb is to toreclosea certain wortpiKR kIvcii
byCcoicuN. Foot and Sanib Foot upon the
-sthal7of the north-west iiuaiter and the
noith half of thesoutli-westiuurtcr ol section
:r- low ii l. ram;e . west in said Webster county,
to secure the payment or a certain promissory
notes dated July 17th. 1886, for the : Mini of la,
the lirst one due Jan, 187, and tlie others seml
atiuuallv thereafter on the Hist days of July
aiitJauuaiynl eacli year. and a!o of one cou
iMn for 43.50 due January' 1st ls'. Hieie is
now due on unid notes, coupon and mortKUKe
the sum or $ll.r..8S with interest at tun per cent
tn)Hi auk 1st, iKd. ror which plaintiil prsiy.s Tor
a decree that said defendants may be required
to pay the sjime or that said premises may be
.sold to satisry the amount lounu uucineieon
Vouare leuuired to answer said petition
or befoie tlie 7th day or September ,"''
F. 1. rllo.
4-4 Attorney for l'laiutill.
Notice is hereby civcii that under and by
irtueof an order ot sale Issued from the ofllce
of 0. 11. Crone, clerk ot the district court of the
ciKbtb Judicial district within mid for W ebster
county, Nebraskii. upon a decree in an action
IH'uduiK therein, wherein K. Cochrane H plain
till and apiinst Noah 15. Thomas aud Jefferson
11. Tliomas defendants, I -shall oiler fur sale at
iniblic endue to the hitjhest bidder for cash in
lwiid at the east door ot tha court-house in lte.t
Cloud, in said Webster county, Nebraska (that
K-iiiK the building wherein the last term of said
emu t was bolden) on the
22d day of September, 1S9I,
at 1 o'clock p. in. of said day the follow in j; des
cribed property to-w it: Lots five and m in
block one in Kalev and Jackson's addition to
thetownot lted Cloud, Webster county, Ne
braska. . . , , .
iven under my hand this 1Mb day of August
A.I). 18S1. C. A. Teel, Sbei ill
..'. Teel, Deputy.
(5. It. Chanev, l'laintlffs Attorney. 4-r.t
A air .nv n.Ml. All. W. T..
If not for sale In roar place nuk your
tlrnler to aend for cataloBMC,
ugencr. and net them far yea.
C7-TAH.E NO SUBSTITUTE,
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUGLAS
00 cunr P&..,U
TuFnircT cunr in thf wnm n for thf monfy?
It Is a seamless shoe. 11 1th no tact"! or wax thrcau
to hurt thereof; inado of the brst line calf. stilhOi
ond casr, and (tenure tin- mnlrc wuir shnct of f.i
grade tlian any oMicr manvfaet itrcr. It oquuls hand
iwtsl shrcs covtlnj; from $4.10 to SS.tV.
&f" OO Krnninr Iland-nrwed, the finest cair
93i shoe ei-er offensl-Tor fS-tl); iuals lrenca
tinportcd shvs which cost from $&W to SliiU.
J OO Iland-Sjewed Welt Shoe, ie calf.
9Vb stylish. comToruble and durable. The best
shoo ever offered lit this lirlce : same frrade as cus
tom-matte Mws cosiin irom tu.u 10 fmk
.IB llir Kkaii Kinnprs. Italll
OO Felice Kaaci Farmers. Railroad Men
90 and Letter Carrlcnall vrcxu- theni: tine calf.
fwamless. smooth inside, heavy three soles, exten
sion earc. one pair wm i car a year.
A 5W 8ne calfj no better shoe ever offcnsl at
9mmm this irlcr: one trial will conTlnce those
vho want a shoo Tor comfort and service.
CO 3 d $4.66 WorkinsmnnU short
9aCa ore very strong and durable. lbK who
have given them a trial will wear no other make.
Bvc) S.0O nnd SI. 7.1 school shoes arc
3Vj70 worn by the boy everywhere: thcyscll
on their merits, as the uicreaslnR sales show.
a mSaA 93.00 Iland-ncwcd shoe, best
laClUlwO DonKolo. very stylish; equals Frencn
imported shoes cosUng rrom SUM to$Jlu.
tadlea" tt.50, i-00 and Sl.?5 shoe for
Misses are the best fine Dongola. stx li&h ana durable.
f'aatiaa. See that W. L. Douglas' name and
erica are stamped on the bottom of each shoe,
pnev are .4. DOCGLAS. Brockton. Ua
IIEXRY DIEDR1CII, Boot nnd
Shoe Dealer. Red Cloud.
Jaatlce of tlie Feacc,
mad Notary Public.
Ofllce over Tost Ofllce.
Red Clead, Xerakn..
.OlICC or UlMOHltlOH.
- Notice is here by given that the copart
nership heretofore existing between U.
A. Harris, and G. H. Hannawalt of
Ctowles Neb., doing business under tne
firm name of Harris & Hannawalt, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, U.
H. Hanawait withdrawing. GJL-Harris
will continue tho business and will col
lect all debts and pay all bills of the farm.
Aug. 1st. 1891. 4-3t G. A Harris.
G. H. Hannawalt.
an action iicutllm; Deioro mm. wiiuie m .
I)a;ett is plalnliffand -t. M. Stewiii it c lefcndnut
that ptopertyot tliedcicudantcoitslstliiKOf rye
i.. t,.,.ir -.it. in .linclr nml rrouiliirconi 111 IX'lit
i ,.i r -
A Bargain. I
A span of seven year old borses to
eKtenge for cattle. Enquire at this
M A A..nlww rt
lltlLCSD W - V
tJ - oa nv n II illl
Manaoee, Red Cloud, Neb.
District court of Webster county, Nebraska.
Barney Meljr, Francis o. M?ier. William HnRles.
W. ;. Wheeler, Mary It. Preston, Joseph
lTeston. The llarnes.Mf';Co, Defts.
tiip nlinvc mined non-rcidents will take no
tice that on the 29th dav of AuRtist. 1891 the
above named dalntiini1ed his petition in the
District Court of Webster County. -Nebraska
atruinst the above named dereodants. the object
and prayar or which is to forcloso a certain
morlKiiKe executed tiyderendantB Harney Meier
and Francis C. Meier to tlie plaintiff upon tlie
.southwest quarter of sections, town 2. roiiRO
10. west of tlie six 1'. M., in Webster county,
Nebaniska, to secure the payment of a certain
nroniisory note and intercstcoupons thereto at-t-...i.,..i
i:ii.d November 11. 1885. for the sum of
one thousand dollars and due and payable on
the llth day or November, 1890. That there is
nun iiuuonsaldnotoaiidmortcacBtho sum ol
lone tliousand and sixty and fourty-elKht one
P. J... .l-ll-u ..11. Intniat tlmfAAtl flt
nillHirenins uoiiurs vimi iMij-rua ,".. VT.
ten tier cent per annum from November 11, iron,
for which said plantlrt prays lor a decree Uiat
defendants Ilanuy Meier and Faucis t..
.Meier be requested to pay the same or that said
premises may be sold to satisfy the amount
found due, and that tlie defendants and each ot
ibem be barred or all equity ot redeptlon or other
interest in said inortKaKcd premises and for all
equitable relief. You are requested to answer
said petition on or betorc the Stli day of Octo-
,,er IW1, KKKKICK KICGS.
Cask & McNknv, His Att'is. 0-4
Inthe distn. t court or Webster county
Charles II. Smith,
Henrr McCormcl. J
Catheilno Fellisand.iohn Feltls non-resident
drtendauts in snid cause you are hereby noti
fied that on the Inlrd day or September, lsai,
tlio plaiutiir above named tiled his petition in
the distiict court of Webster county Nebraska,
against j ou impleaded with others the object
and prayer of which is to foreclose a certain
real estate mortgage executed by Henry Mc
Cormel now deceased to John Moore and by
the said John Moore duly signed to plaintiff.
I' pon the northwest quarterot sectional, town
ship 2.in range nine 9, west of theCthl. M in
said Webster county. Nebraska. To secure a
certain reaiestate coupon note or
bond with cuoiis of interest attached of the
principal sum of $1000.00. and there Is now duo
upon said bond aud past due cupous and for
taxes paid to protect plaint ill's lein, the sum of
51254.94, for w Inch sum plaintiff prays a decree
that the same mav be paid or in default of
which the premises mav be sold to satisfy the
nuiouit found duo plalntUT and also that snid
defendants aud each or them may be foreclosed
of all eiiulty of redemption In and to said prem
ises, and for such other and further relief at
may be found just and equitable. You arc re
quired to answer said petition on or before
Monday, the 12th day or octolier. 1891.
fllAltl.tS; II. SMITH, 1'laintlfl.
G-U ltT KAI.KV & llAUKKlt, His Att'y.
To Frank Itosc and
You will take notice that on the 'J9th day of
it i fee. Nebraska, plaintiil tiled Its ictition In
vmriist. 1S91. the American rtavuics imiiKoi ue-
the district court oi vi cnsicr couuiv, xicurasKa,
a'liinst John (J. Osben and said defendants, the
object and prayer of which are to foreclose a cer
tain mortgage executed by John Q Osben to the
plaintiil upon the south
muirterol section 21, tow
nan u me niTiii c;isi
uiartcrol section 21, towiisuip i, range 12, nest
ot tho Cth principal meridian, to secure me
payment of a certain piomlssory note dated
February. 15. 1SS8. For the sum or sgoo.oo due
and payable live vearsatter datcaml that there is
now due upon said notes ami mortgage the sum
ot SG9G.0O and Interest at 10 ier cent. erannum
Irom February 13, 1KU. l'laiutllf prajs for a
decree that defendant be required to iay the
-ame or that S.111I nremises be sold to satisfy
ifte amount found due. v ;ire required to
answer said petition on or beloio the nil day
of October, 1S01.
Dated August 29, 1891.
TltK AMKICAN S.WIKCS BANK.
It Attorney. c-4
In the district court ot Webster coun
The Philadelphia Mortgngo and Trust
Jonn M. Stewart and Elizabeth S. Stew
John 31. Stewart and. Elizabeth S.
Stewart non-resident defendants will
! lake notice that on the 4th day
tember, 1S90, tho Philadelphia. Alort
pajro and Trust Company plaintiff here
in tiled its petition in tho district court
of "Webster county Nebraska, against
tho said defendants tlie object and pray
er of which is to foreclose 11 certain mor
tgage executed by the defendants to the
(iuarantv Investment Company ot Atch
ison, Kansas, upon the south east quarter
of tho south west quarter or section
seventeen, the east half of the north
west quarter nnd south west quarter of
northeast quarter ot section twenty,
town two. north of range twelve, west of
the sixth P. M.. iu Webster county, Ne-
linskn. to Hriire the mvuientor. a certain
promisor' noto and interest, dated Au
gust 1, l8S7,andduo and payable August
1st lrz, for tne sum or one inousium
tire hundred dollars -which said note and
mortgngo werejon the 5th day of Octo
ber, 18S7, indorsed and assigned to plain
tiff. There is now due from defendants to
plaintiff upon said note and mortgage
the film of ouo thousand five hundred
dollats uiu interest at ten per cent per
annum fnur January, 1, lew, ior wnicn.
Emu ;.:.'iu.iif prays for a decree that de
femlr.i :. required to pay the same or
that saul premises may be sold to satisfy
the amount found due.
You aie required to answer sr.id peti
tion ou ti U-f-w the oth day of October
Dated Sentember 4. 1691.
I Pmi.'.DEU'llIA ilORTGAGE & TKCST COM-
By CucJL- vicXeny, Its Att'y. 6-4
Miles T. Hayes
Patent - Collar
For sale by J. O. BUTLEH
Red Cloud, Buckeye
Friday, Sept. 4, 191.
Entered at the l'ot Oifla In lted Cloud, Neb.,
as mall matterof the coiid claw
Will buy a fine residence property
ia Red Cloud Apply at this office.
Strawberry Plants Tor Sale.
You can get strawberry plants the
first of September which will grow
berries next season. Prices G5 cents
per 100 or $5, pr 1,000.
F L. H. KrsT.
Any one wishing to rent tents for
the reunion, of any description, call
on K. A. Young, agent for the Omaha
Tent andA-wning, Co., Sleeper .build
ing, lied Cloud. 4-2.
The Ladies of the Christian church
will serve ice cream and cake in the
Court House yard Tuesday evening,
Aug. 25. Everybody invited.
Children Ory to.
Grace Episcopal Church.
Services every Sunday morning at
10:30. Sunday school at D:45
A. M. during July.
When Baby was sick, we gate bee Caatoria.
When she was a Child, ate cried for Caatoria.
When he became Ml, abe clung to Caatoria.
Wins aha bad Children, aba gate (bam Caatoria.
Notlce to 'readier.
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
couuty, at Red Cloud on the third
Saturday of each month.
Special examinations will be held
on the Friday precceding the 3d Sat-
nrdav ot each montn.
The standing required for 2d and ,
3d grade certificates is tlie same no
grade below 70 per cent., average 80
per ecnt; for first grade certificates
no grade below 80 per cent., average
90 per cent, in all branches required
D. M. Hunter, County Supt'.
Mile' Nerve and I.lvcr PHI.
Act on n new principle regulating the
liver, stomach aud bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
pillH speedily cure bilouaness, bad taste,
tornid liver, piles, constipation. Un-
equnled for men, women, children. Small
est, mildest, surest! fiQ doses, 25 eta
To California, Oregon, Walt
inKton and other Western
poinlftIn Pullman Colonist
SlccpcrN Via, the Union Pa
cific. The constant detunnd of the traveling
public to tbe West for a comfortable and
at the same time nn economical mode of
traveling has led to the establishment of
what is known as Pullman Colonist Sleep
These cars are furnished complete with
good comfortable hair mattresses, warm
blankets, snow white linen, curtain
which secure to the occupant of a berth
ns much privacy as is to he had in first
class sleepers, plenty of towels, combs,
brushes, etc. There are also separate
toilet rooms for ladies and gentlemen,
and smoking is absolutely prohibited.
Another fact not to be overlooked is
thnt these Pullman Colonist 81cepers are
nttachod to the daily fast express trains
thus enabling passengers occupying
these cars to make the same time as
occupnnts of first-class Pullman Sleepers.
A charge of $3.00 for a lower or upper
double berth is made between Council
Bluffs. Omaha or Kansas City and San
Francisco or Portland
For thoso furnishing their own bedding
f reo berths aro given in Pullman Colonist
Cars running between Council Bluffs,
Kansas City and Portland.
Tho Pullman ColoniBt Sleeper is es
pecially commended for the use of the
nomeseeker who is moving to the west
with his family, and who desires com
fortable sleeping accomodations enroute
but cannot afford to pay the first-class
Pullman Sleeping Car fare.
Formatter descriptive of any stateor
territories through which the Union
Pacific runs, or for rates, time of trains
ate, etc, apply to E. L. LOMAX, Gen'l
Pass, and ticket Agent. Omaha, Neb.
Children Cry for
Bucklcn'it Arntcca Salve
Tho Best Salve in the world for cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all other Skin trupttons,
and positively cures piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25
cents rer box. For sale by L. H. De yo.3
I am now prepared to make farm
loans at reasonable rates of interest
option payments if desired, and old
loans icncwcd. D. B. SrANOQLE.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorlt -
Cozad & Co., make a specialty of
Undertaking Goods, and Funeral Sup
plies. For Sale.
A good Kpan of work marcs, or w
nauu 1 or uiurii cowf. enquire rA
Holland House. tf.
People who desire draying done
with promptness and dispatch should
always hire John Barklcy's teams.
John is an old hand at the business
and will do your work well. Terms
DeWitt's Sarsaparilla destroyes such
poisons ns scrofula, skin diseased eczema,
rheumatism. Its timely use saves many
The republican electors of Pleasant
Hill to wu ship, are requested to meet
at Cowles, Saturday, Sept, 19, at 3
o'clock P. M., for the purpose of elect
ing six delsgates to the republic
couaty convention, and such other
buisness as nay properly come be
fore the meeting.
D. F. Truxket. Committeeman.
Den't forget the reunion.
School commences Monday.
Go to Dejo for machine oil.
Finest perfumeries at Cottings.
Go to Dcyo for school supplies.
Mrs. Baird is home from Chicago.
Prof. Caster has arrived in the city.
Miss Lula Potter is visiting in Bla
den. Mrs. J. M. Beaveris quite sick with
Arc you going to paint? Buy of
A. L. Funk was in the city this
Gospel Hymns No, C for sale
For school supplies ex all kinds go
A brother of Chas. Chaffnit is visi
ing in the city.
Geo. Whitson was iu Hastings this
week on bnsincss.
Dcyo will sell you wall paper cheap
er tbin ever this fall.
A Morhart has gone to Peoria, 111.
on a week's Vacation.
Cotting is the leader in tablets and
other school supplies.
ltobert Martin and his sister Mabel,
arc home from the east.
Call on Dcjo for tablets, slates, and
school supplies of all kinds.
Don't forget it friends, and bring in
the stuff as soon as possible.
Elmer Kalcy has taken a position
with C. M. Myers, the grocer.
Guy Downs left Monday, for Ore
eon trficrc he will meet his father.
Frank Cowden run into a dog Fri
day and mashed one of his bi-cjele
Nice new goods just received at
F. V. Taylor's, remember his prices
are the lowest.
Mi.a Hattic Lutz has gone to Kan
sas for a brief-visit. She will return
in about a week.
Mrs. Nellie Norris arrived in the
city on Thursday evening, and is the
guest of Mrs. II. B. Simons.
Seward Garber has been cl- cted as
cashier of the F. & M. bank, and will
assume the position in a few days.
Remember that Cozad & Co., will
not be undersold on furniture, car
pets, wall papsr &c. at Taylor's old
Call on T K. Penman for Gnc
jewelry watches and clocks, silver
ware, specs etc. Cotting's drug
The B & M railroad are building
their line to Helena, Montana. The
B & M is one of the greatest lines in
Another carload of furniture just
arrived at Cozad & Co's. Sec tlura for
low prices they will surprise you on
Miss Ada Howard left this week for
Council Bluffs, where she has been en
paired to teach school at a salary of
$Ga per month.
Go to T. E. Penman for fine watch
clock aud iewelry repairing. Artis
tic letter and monogram engraving.
Cotting's drug store.
The Reunion is coming and it will
pay you to get prices on Furniture,
Picture moldings, etc., at Cozad & Co's.
who will cive best goods for the least
Undertaking by F. V. Taylor who
has had yea.s of practical cxpcrincc
in the scientific care of the dead and
is better prepared than ever to con
duct the business in all its branches
F. V. Taylor will aupiicate any
prices offered by other houses on all
biases of Undertaking goods, and
guarantee better goods and better ser
vice. Funerals attended free in city
Compositor Holcomb who holds
cases on the Chicago Tribune, and la
brother of our handsome friend Joe
who by the way is another '-old safC"
in the printing office line., is in the city
on a short visit.
Our base ball team went to Superior
the other dav to play ball, but owing
to the fact that the boys were not feel
ing well, the Superior boys won tne
L'ame. hut todav thev will trv it over
and see if the lost laurels can not be
iVatcr Commissioner ard lias ocen
nn the hvdrants for winter
use. or in ottier wonis was cu.-i.uii, ..
. 1- oparv nil
upon the troubled waters, wc don t
know whether it was for the purpose
of calming the water or the bug? in
it. anyway Jeff was in it-
harley Reigle. well and favorably
.Sts SJ .1 J S fW
LeaitVW U aJ mssw-j y
v.nwn ij Konnr iii nuLcu ?wu v
the wild and woolcy plains ot tne ureal
Kepublican Valley, has rcsignea ms
position as pathfinder in the grocery
house of C. M. Myers of this city,
and is now holding down a position as
"baggage smasher" for the B. A M.
Sim Clementson waa hauled up be
fore the police court by officer Schenck
for having imbibed too free of that
guileless stuff that makes a man for
get his friends. His Honor, Samuel
the onct, fined the said Clementson
aforcracutioed $1.00 'and costs, aael
as aa immergeucy existed, he was per
mitted to work the amount out. upon
rise tobacco and cigars at liejo. J
Truasc!, Shoulder brace.- rec at
. f county t:rawrr. cm cnunt cWk. ot county
Mrs Cowdcn is home from her visit jupMicmient or t-ub:ic inuruciua. o wa-
tr arrTror, oec corotwr. on tiett of tJe dlv
to Seward j Met rort. alo to et trea artegxta to tbe
J. L. Miller went to the Grand
John R. and R. V. Shircy were in
city this week.
P. Conovcr is home from
The finest lines of stationery you
ever saw, at Dcyo
j yB. Stanscr of Garfi'ld township,
building a large barn.
tewart Albright of Superior, is in
the metropolis this week.
D. Judson, of Inavale, has leased
arm and moved to Red Cloud.
John Warrick has accepted a possi-
tion in J. U. iiutlcrs harness snop.
Mr. F. G. Blakcslce has moved his
family into the Howard Cathcr property-
A. N. Patmore. returned from
Grand Island Thursday night quite
Visscher & Cowdcn arc painting
the interior of the north ward school
J. L. Miller the harness man has a
full line of rubber and leather belting
Service of Bong next Sunday even
ing at the Baptist church. xou arc
Mrs. A. O. Berg is home from her
visit in Iowa and Illinois, to tho in
tense delight of Andy.
Attorney Barker is home from his
trip to Chicago, where he has been
rusticating lor the last three weeks.
Elegant new line of furniture
moldings, Picture Frames, Carpets
&c, at Cozad & Co's., the lowest priced
house on earth.
Do not fail to call and sec F. V.
Taylor's stock before buying. He
buys by the car this saves freight and
can sell cheaper than anybody.
II. B. Simons, of this city, received
word the other day, that his brother
Danial II. Simons, of Salisbury Pa.,
died on August 27th, after a lingering
Mr. X. Springer of Bladen, was a
pleasant caller this week at these
steam head quarters, and left us a
shekel for the Great Family eckly.
After years of experience we make
the intelligent care of the dead a
specialty, and arc prepared to attend
all calls in the city or country. F. V.
Taylor, funeral director.
F. V. Taylor never has charged any
thing for attending funerals. He
carries the largest stock and goarcn
tecs satisfaction. Remember he will
duplicate any price offered by others,
on undertaking goods,
Ed Mctcalf thinks that J. H. Smith
and Will Parks take long drives when
they want a drink, but Ed believes it
was his water-melons that they were
after and so docs The Chief.
Last Sunday batisuial exercises
were conducted by Rev. E. J. Randall
at the river. Two candidates were
baptized: Mrs. J. W. Pcgg and a
young lady by the name of Brown.
The Western Lumber Company has
been organized with Mr. Hallenback
manager. The new company has su
perseded the Farmers Lumber Com
pany, and will be ready for business
Lush Haskins is haying quite a
streak of ill-luck. A ficw dayes ago
he was visited by a hail storm that
destroyed his crop, and last Saturday
he had a fine colt badly injured on the
The republican party should bear
in mind that itwill take dilligent work
to defeat the independent party this fall
and in order to do so work must be
bcjnin at once. Republican clubs
7 -- - ,
should bp'Organized in every district.
Tire Sons of Veterans are making
ff necessary arrangements to have a
grand thctrical performance
the auspices of Prof. Dobbsof
auspices 01 rroi. iodosoi uarnci,
Kan., during the reunion. The play
is knows as "The Tennessee Scout."
W. B. Roby, one of the delegates
to the silver encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic, at De
troit, has just returned home. He
brought with him a minaturc knap
sack as a keepsake, that was presented
to him, (as well as one to each of the
delegates,) by the citizens of Detroit.
It i" very handsome and Mr. R. prizes
it very highly.
The attention of the citizens of
Red Cloud, is called to the fact that I
the date of the reunion is near at
baud when the city will be expected
to entertain those attending, and for
the convenience and comfort, as ell
as general appearance of the citr, I
would moat respeetfnlly request tbc
j-eoplc to cut all grass and weeds
about their repective' property. The
city has been to considerable expense
in cutting the weeds in the 4Vt
nd alleys. Xow we ask joa to do
)Our part. 31. . ?ioitt. Jiaor.
Perfect action and perfect health reaall
from the bm of De Witt's Little Early
Bikers, a perfect Htt'e pill.
The Republican voters of Walcat
creekTownah if, are rMnetd te aaeet in
eaocua at the Stcoe school hooea. in Dtv
trie -So. at 2 o'clock p. ;Sep '
19th, for the psrpoee of choons 3 del
amtt tt the cooety roovention to be
JSdiVrisi OoSseitB.ber22d. d to
UaaMd mich otr bowses aa may
rf-,t-m leforethe) meeting.
.MlraaLeane tuaportant. Ihe draasd for it taa t-j
.7T wlcoa aitocttbysc. Already tl txeat-!
nrachoo house September lh, l&litgtZ It rVher bort Utth.
for the rpo of or&zinng repab- flatleriB, j.,m arja. tbczildcr.
Hcan K-foe, AU are 1"i- p. weak asd hzzrr ypel. oppm-x. it-'
rr,n il! bAinxetincof all the
"VT- - 1 -. .. TTV
-.vMnf l.inrjrecicci ai uns r.swoa
S3 5V nth, VOI for. toe
Kewaallcaa Caaaljr CawTeittoa.
Tb rrssbUcan elector c W&trcoatyar'
tpwDtfjiin to t in roeTmUts a: i court
trtnbrrsixtiio'cbkx.m.tof th p-to of
ilncnSicc - One county J-mIsp. one !iiJT, m
icimuiiuu jw njnirtiuoil lu l" or m un
com Jytnahcr use Ziia, l5J. asd cm &r-
cue to u jmucui coatesuoti of Ik Iritis
TheMTara! lonhlp are entitled trtrrprrara
Utinn aa follow. tb aspolnfnen fcefr ha!
Upon the to cal for BoooraM tieoJt lai-
to for Mtornc j- srneral In KC plrlta one ll-
rst at larre to ra-h tnTihtr ccel lb art
arid sccoud wards : Kru Cloulrttyl aid one tnr
each ten rotc itrnl (be ma)4r fracU tacrcofi
ICetl cfcxtd lt nanl . . .
lulln . . . ....
Kim Creek . .
HCAAAIU Hill e
Ked Clout! 2d ward It
It t recommended that no pro x It- Ve admit
led. that the d-leJe rrrnt cast the tnll tote
ot the delegation. a!othatl)K-irtuiAt!thcM
Saiuntav. cj't.r3. ThcItUoKliiprtotu hall
tt entitled to tote at the rrimbllcui artmailc
All republican electors and all other elector
who, if challenged. hJl declare their lotn
tiontu&etntth the republican party at the
coming election, lly order ot the central com
mittee. Hrkv ; i Lit am. Chatrnan.
1). F.Thoxkbt, secretary.
Repabllcaa Judicial Hon
rcntlen. The republican elector ot the 10th Judicial
District in Nebraka are requested to cnd del
egates from the aoTcral counties to mert In con
tention, in the city of Holdrcs;;. Tuesday -Hh.
day of tepteinber 1S1. at" o'clock p. in., for
the purpose ot liUelnp In nomination a candid
ate tor udt;e of Mid district, and to transact
such other business a- may ld presented to the
convention. Ttiesocrulcoofllc are entitled
to representation as follows, beltur based on
the ote cast for Hon. Ceo. II Hastings for at
torney General, In Kfl. glvlUR a delegate at
lance to each county, aad 1 for each lio otes
and major fraction thereof:
A dame county 11
fVveal Hv J O
I lea -
Franklin " 5
rhelp " 4
Webster " 7
It is recommndctl that no proxies be admit
.1 to the convention and that tlie drlririr
ted U the convention aud that
present t authorized to cast a full ote ot the
.1. K. l'ATitit k. Chairman.
G. h'OKiiKKO. secreurj.
Yon never tried DsWlttMJttle Early
Rinercfor constipation, billiomnea, tick
hendacho or you would not havo these
Will Be Given Away.
Our enterprising dniRKiat C. L. Cot
tintr who carried the finest etock of drtipi
perfumeries, toilet articles, sponge, oic.,
nro giving nway n large number of trinl
bottles of Dr. Miles' celebrated llestorn
tive Nervine-, They jjunronteo it to cure
headache, dizzinewj, nvous prostrntion,
filoeplessnefi. tho ill elTectw of Bpintn, to
bacco, colfee, etc. Drugginta say it in
tho RroateBt seller they cut know and
is universally satisfaction. They aLo
guarantee Or. I4i!r' Xew Heart Cure
in all enne of norvotiH or orjjnnie heart
disease, palpitation, pain in Hide, Hinoth
ering etc. r'itit book on "Svrwxif antl
Heart Disease" free. nl
Sunday Kcliool Imtllulc Order
The Republican valley Baptist
Association will he held in the Bap
tist chinch at lted Cloud, Xcbra.sla,
September, 10, 11, 11! and 11$, 1S01.
Address ''The origin, progrc.
and dcvclopcmcnt of Sunday school
work." Rev. E. A. Kasscll, Ord.
8:30 "How may the home and
Sunday school help each other?'
Rev. J. S. Eaton.
9.00 "The mutual duties of Che
church and Sunday school to each
other." A. R. Peck.
9:30 "The mutual obligation of
the officers and Sunday fchool to each
other." H. K. Bush.
10:00 How may the pa.tor and
the Sunday school promote each others
efficiency? Rev. J. Armstrong.
10:30 The teacher's work in d
deportment out of the cla.-s. Prof.
P. P. Bcntley.
11:00 The time, place ana wura
of the Sunday school. K. G. Icwi.
11:30 General conference on the
o.on t-, ..oeiation called to or-
der by the moderator, Hcv. Geo. O.
Yciscr. Enrollment of delegate?.
.,OU "fc ..----
Electirn of officer.
iteading 0: tne
Red" Clocd "fcurch
5 00 Adjournment.
' 5-o Annual scrmen. Rev. M.W.
Kohar, of Holdege.
S 30 Devotional.
11.00 Rgulir buaiocs.
2 30 Address by the
tives of deoominational
port of committees.
Sao day school.
The Grealeal Strike.
Assoc? tb great
-.-ri. k.. rj rv
MHea U dinxmrxf h Xe lieart Or
i ha proven iuil to ba 000 dt tha aacC I
axdiJe. szaoibtzisz acd hear!
dropsy. Dr. 3iiieT book aa bear? asd
re-Lnrrooj tto. free. Tb nsq'iaeI
--. - a -wm - ' - - 1
fbru.Lt. Voittzz, aiao bt
Icrris for hick, fit.
chill, epiaatt habit, etc;!
WILL HK HI-XIJ AT
Red Cloud, Neb.,
September 15, 10, 17 and 181891.
Has been named in honor of the Gallant
The grounds are beautifully Jaid out and with
in five minutes walk of the city, and one
block of street car line.
Special railway rates, plenty water, over i00!
tents, electric lights, nood eating house
and hotel facilities.
Eminent -:- Speakers
Will be here and address the old soldiers.
J. L. MILLER, Dist. Com.
Read! Read! Read!
HAS prUCIIAsKI) THE
pjLOUM AND J?EEpv(i)IKE
itr Hnnttwr and IMrkcraon, anil U nnw prrpnretf l rll Hti)lklng
In hi linr and hI the trrj Uwnl I'lgarr fr raid
Nothing but the best goods kept. Call and
sec me when yon want anything
in my line.
Cash Grocery House
Groceries, Fruits ' Etc
Best Coods Only. Come and see mc
T. C. ILACKElt
The Cash Grocer.
CafUri to Dr. ftaaaad Pitcaar prmwrlfHW fmr IaJaata
aa4CblMiwa. It eataa aaitber Ofiam Mwrphlmm ar
Caar VBttmUe nkaaMe. It U a fcffami malMUUata
Ut PanfwU, Draya, Mmmthlmg Byrapa, aa4 Cwar OIL
It to Plfamt. IU raaraato la tairty jan hj
Mini af 3IatJiT. CAKrUertrjWnaaa4aJaay
Cataria arrreaU TemOUma; mx Cara
IMarrhoea aa4 Wlawl
tcctalac traaataa, carets catJpatiea aa4 mtmlmej.
aaflatHafnr thm fd, Ttgnlan taa
towcli, girl JMaltay
tria to taa CalMnm'a
9m. o. eow,
a na ttwrtWwt. 1 r-aia
MrfainfiBiwtr r aaf
aBna Daar jBmt tammaa msmnmmmj ffaaa
iiafi ion Uwr tta-naa. aHy nifaigr
Cilc CatarU raUarmi
w mUf Ww in Mtf
awrr CywaWw askn ia
JU10 C bm. m.
40 Years tlie Standard
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