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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1891)
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
L. H. FORT, Manager.
FumiBhed to all Lands in WebBter County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOriCE.
Having had ton year, experience In county record" and one of the moit complete set of A
utract books In the state, we guarantee satisfaction. Yonr favors solicited
All orders filled promptly. 10.000 dollar bond tiled
and approved. Address or call on
L. H. FORT Manager, Red Cloud, Neb.
Republican Judicial Con
ycntlon. The republican electors of Urn 10th Judicial
District in Nebraska are requested to send del
egates from the MTeral counties to meet in con
vention, in the city of Holdrege. Tuesday iSKh,
fl iy of September 18aL at 7 o'clock p. m., for
toe purpose of placing in nomiuation a candid
ate For Judge of said dlst.ict. and to tranact
such other business as may be presented to the
convention. The several counties aie entitled
to representation as follows, betnr based on
the vote cast for Hon. (Jew. II. Hastings for at
torney General, in 1830. giving a delegate at
1 irgo to each county, and l for each 150 votes
and major fraction thereof:
Adams county "
Kearney ' .................................. "
Franklin ................. .... .....
x helps ......
It is recommended tliat no proxies he adinit
ti f lhp. convention and that the delegates
nrpsent be authorized to cast a full vote of the
ji ,inM 1 t ViTiHfr fMirili
J. It. Patrick, Chairman.
G. Nokbkhg, Secretary.
Notice to Non-rctldent
In the district court of Webster county Ne
Charles IL Smith,
Catherine reltls ana.ionn euis non-resiuem.
detendauts in said cause you are hereby noti
fied that on the tnlrd day of September, 1831.
the plaintiff above named filed his petition In
the district court of Webster county Nebraska,
agaiiikt you 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.
Upon the northwest quarter of section 34. town
ship 2, in range nine 9, west of the Gth P. M., in
said Webster county. Nebraska, To secure a
certain realestato coupon note or
bond with cui-ons for interest attached or the
principal sum of SlOOO.OO. and there is now due
upon said bond and past due cupons and for
taxes paid to protect plaintiff's lein, the sum of
f 12M.SK, for which sum plaintiff prays a decree
that the same mav be paid or in default of
which the premises mav be sold to satisfy the
amou-it found duo plaintiff and also that said
defendants and each of them may be foreclosed
of all equity of redemption in and tostid prem
ises, and for such other and further relief :u
may be found Just and equitable. You are re
quired to answer said petition on or before
Monday, the 12th day of October, 1891.
CHAHL1& II. SMITH, Plaintiff.
Wt Br Kalkv & Bahker, Hi Att'y.
To Frank Rose and Edwin It. readergrass.
You will take notice that on the 20Ih day of
August, 1891, the American Savings Bank of Bc
atricf, Nebraska, plaintiff filed its petition in
the district court of Webster county, Nebraska,
against John Q. Osben and said defeadants. the
object and prayer of which are to foreclose a cer
tain mortgage executed by John Q. Osbento the
plaintiff upon the south naif of the north east
quarter of section 24, township l, range 12, west
of the cth principal meridian, to .secure the
payment of a certain promissory noto dated
February, 15, 1888. For the sum of $600.00 due
and payable live years after date and that there is
now due upon said notes and mortgage the sum
of SC'JG.OO and interest at 10 per cent, peranuum
from February 15, 1891. Plaintiff prays for a
decree that defendant be required to pay the
same or that said premises be sold to satisfy
the amount found due. You aro required to
answer said petition on or before the I2tli day
of October, 1891.
Dated August 29, 1891.
The Ameicak Savixgs Bank.
Its Attorney. 6-i
District court or Webster county, Nebraska.
Karrlck itlggs, Pltff.
Barney Meter, Francis a Meier. William Kngles,
W. ft. Wheeler, Man It. Preston, Joseph
Preston. The Barnes MPg Co, Deft.
The above named non-residents will take no
tice that on the 23th day or August, lttl the
above imnied plaintiff filed his petition in the
District Court ot Webster County, Nebraska,
against the above named defendants, tin object
and prayer of which is to forclose a certain
mortgage executed by defendants Barney Meier
and Francis C. Meier to the plaintiff upon the
southwest quarter of sections, town 2. rungc
10, west of the mx P.M., in Webster county,
Neb.irska, to secure the payment of a certain
promisory noteandlnte e-t coupons thereto at
tached, dated No ember 11, ls5, for the sum of
one thousand dnlluts and due and payable on
the nth day of November, iwo. Th.it there is
now due on .said note and mortgage tho sum of
one thousand and sixty and fourty-clght one
hundredths dollars with interest thereon at
tin tiT i-i-iit or r annum from November 11. 1NH1.
for which sud plautlll prays for a decree that
uejeuuauis iaui: ai-ici ui i-.mv.i-i v.
Meier be renuested to nay the same or that said
premises may he sold to s-atisfy the amount
r..nmt line. :iml that the defendants nmle.ich of
them ' e ban ed of all equity of ri depliou or other
interest in said mortgaged premises and for all
equitable relief. You areiequested to answer
said petition on or betoro the 5th day of Octo
ber. lul. KEKKICIv Kir.CS.
Cask & McNr.xv. His Att'js. G-i
Notice is hereby given that under and by
virtuo ot an order of sale Issued from the office
ot C. B. Crone. clerk or the district court of the
.-ighth judicial district within and for Webster
bounty. Nebraska, upon a decree in an action
ending therein, wherein E. Cochrane is plaln
and against Noah B. Thomas aud Jefferson
Thomas defendants, I shall offer for sale at
rvendue to the highest bidder for cash in
land attiie cast door of the court-house in Red
Houd, in said Webster county, Nebraska (that
oeing the building wherein the last term of said
court was holden) on the
2ild day or September, 1891,
at 1 o'clock p. m. of said day the follow Ing des
cribed property to-wlt: 1-ots nve and six In
block one In Knlev and Jack bob's addition lo
the town ot Bed Cloud, Webster comity, Ne
braska. Given under my hand this 19th day or August
A.D.1891. C. A. Teel. Sheriff
G. R. Chaney, Plaintiff's Attorney. -j-st
STATE OF NKBKASKA,
Webster Couuty. j
To all persons interested In the estate of John
N. Potter deceased.
Whereas, Johu ;. Potter, on the 8th day of
September, 1891, nied bis eruied application m
the county court of our said couuty of Webster,
alleging that ,iobn X. Potter late of said couuty.
died iu said county on the 30Ui day ot January.
1891 intestate and praying that letters ot admin
istration may issue to said Johu G, Potter in the
S remises. Whereupon I have appointed Tut-say,
the Ctli day of October, 1S01, at 10 o'clock
in tho forenoon at my office in slid county as
the time aud place for a hearing on said appli
cation and all persons interested may appear
and show cause if such exists by the prayer of
said application be uoi granted.
It is further ordered that said applicant gie
notice to all itersons Infrested in said estate of
the pendency of the application and the time
and place set for hearing ot the same by caus
ing a copy of this order to be published in the
Ked Cloud Chief a weekly newspaper printed in
said Webster couuty, for three weeks succes
sively, preious to the time set for the healing.
Witness my official signature and the seal of the
county court of our said county of Webster,
this 15th day of September, lsoi. S-3
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Cameron, BL Joseph and Kansas City, la MISSOURI ;
Omaha, Lincoln, Falrtmry and Kelson, in NEBRASKA ;
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VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of equipaMBV
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES, COUNCIL
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KANSAS CITY and TOl'EKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
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Cloaa connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, now forming the naw and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which superbly-equipped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Ogden and San Francisco. THE ROCK
ISLAND Is also the Direct and Favorite Line to end
from Manltou, Pike's Peak and nil other sanitary end
scenic resorts andclties end mining districts In Colorado.
DAILY FASTEXPRESS TRAINS
From St. Joseph end Kansas City to end from ell im
portant towns, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and tho Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Karnas City and Chicago to Water
town, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS end ST. FATJL,
connecting for nil points north and northwest betweta
the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired lnformatloa
aprly to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United States
tr Canada, or address
K. ST JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN
Ge-1 Manager, Gen1Tkt.&Pai
Miles I. Mayes
Patent - Collar
For sale by J. O. BUTLEK
Red Cloud, Buckeye
Anti-IIor.tu TJnel .VMcutio
Tho Webster County Mutual Protection
and Anti-IIorso Thief Association meets
at Cowles ou Saturday previous to fulling
of the moon each month.
F. Hodgson, Sec'y.
D. B. Spanogle,
and Loan Agent
In tlie district court of Webster coun
Tito Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust
Jonn M. Stewart and EliznWth S. Stew
John M. Stewart and Elizabeth S.
Stewart non-resident defendants will
take notice that on the 4th dav of Sep
tember, 1S90, the Philadelphia. Mort
gage and Trust Company plaintiff here
in tiled its petition in tho district court
of Webster county Nebraska, against
the said defendants tho object and pray
er of which is to foreclose a certain mor
tgage executed by the defendants to the
Guaranty Investment Company of Atch
ison, Kansas, upon the south east quarter
of the south west quarter of section
seventeen, the east half of the north
west quarter and south west quarter of
northeast quarter of section twenty,
town two. north of range iwflve, west 6f
the sixth P. M., in "Webster tcounty, Ne
baska. to sc:iiri the payrnen , of a certain
promisory nc to and iuterest dated Au
gust 1, lSo7,r.ad due and payablo August
1st lS9i. fcr thr sum of one thousand
five hundred dnilars which 6aid.noto and
mortgage were'on tho oth day of Octo
ber, 1SS7, indorsed and assigned to plain
tiff. There is now due from defendants to
plaintiff ipcn said note and mortgage
the sum of one. thousand five hundred
dollars with interest at tea per cent per
annum from January, 1, 1890, for which
sum plaintiff prays for a decree that de
fendants bo required to pay the same or
that aaid premises may be sold to satisfy
the amount found due.
Tou are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 5tk day, of October
Dated September ifmnME.
Philadelphia MortgAg & TJtt-bT Com
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Friday, Sept. 25, 18tl.
Kntered at the Post Office in Bed Cloud, Neb.,
as mall matterof the second class
Bucklen'a Arnlcea Salve
The Best Salvo id the world for cuts,
Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all other Skin Ernptions,
and positively cores piles, or no pay re
quired. It is gnaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by L. H. Deyo. 3
I am now prepared to make farm
loans at reasonable rates of interest
option payments if desired, and old
loans renewed. D. B. Spanoole.
A Myntery Explaiucd.
The papers contain frequent notices of
rich pretty and educated girls eloping
with negroes, tramps, and coachmen.
The well-known specialist, Dr. Miles,
says all such girls are more or less hys
te -ical, nervous, unbalanced; subject to
headache, sleepleness, immoderate cry
ing or laughing. These show a weak
nervous system for which there is no
remedy equal to Restorative Nervine.
Trial bottles and a fine book, containing
testimonials, free at C. L. Cotting's, who
also sell and guarantee Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure, the finest of heart tonics. 6
Will buy a fine residence propeity
in Red Cloud. Apply at lh:s office.
Notice to 'teachers.
Notice is hereby given that I will
examine all persous who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers ofthc public schools of this
couuty, at Red Cloud on the third
Saturday of each month.
Special examinations will be held
on the Friday preceeding the 3d Sat
urday of each moDth.
The standing required for 2d and
3d grade certificates is the same no
grade below 70 per cent., average 80
per eent; for first grade certificate
no grade below 80 per cent., average
90 per cent, in all branches required
D. M. Hunter, County Supt'
Cozad & Co., make a specialty of
Undertaking Goods, and runeral Sup
A span of seven year old horses to
exchange lor cattle, inquire at thsi
I. W. TULLEYS, Iff. D.
Red Cloud, IV'cbraMKa.
Office opposite First National Bank.
U. S.ExainltilnK Surgeon,
ehroulc diseas es treated by mall .
DeWitt's Sarenparilla destroyes such
poisons ns scrofula, skin disease, eczema,
rheumatism. Its timely use saves many
When Baby was sick, wo gate her Castorla.
When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gate them Castoria,
A Little tairTN Experience In a
Mr. nnd Mrs. Loren Trescott aro keep
ers of the Gov. Lighthouse Sand Beach.
Mich., nnd nre blessed with n daughter
fonr years old. Last April ehe was taken
down with Measles, followed with a dread
ful cough nnd turn'ng into a fevor. Doc
tors at home nnd at Detroit treated her
r .u.u.. vu- U 1.-11111,1 iU. llVtlt I'll.
oit treated her -rapidly,
nntiV tlie city republican
f bones". Thef gatuiday night, Charley
in vnin, sho grow worso
sho was n mero ''handful o
sho tried Dr King's New Discovery nnd
after tho use of two nnd n half bottles,
was completely cured They say Dr
King's New Discovery is worth ita weight
in gold, yet yon may get n trial bottlo free
at L II Deyo's drugstore. 6
Strawberry IMnnta Tor Sale.
You can get strawberry plants the
first of September which will grow
berries next season. Prices G5 cents
per 100 or $5, per 1,000.
L. II. Rust.
Children Cry for
To California, Oregon, Wauls
lngton and other Western
points In Pullman Colonist
Sleepers Via, the Union Pa
ellle. The constant demand of tho traveilng
public to the nest for a comfortable and
at the same time an economical mode of
trnveling has led to the establishment o
what is known ns Pullman Colonist Sleep
These cars are furnished complete with
good comfortable hair mnttresse, warm
blankets, pnow white linen, curtain
which secure to the occupant of a berth
as much privacy as is to ho had in first
class sleepers, plenty of towels, combs,
brushes, etc. There are also separate
toilet rooms for Indies nnd gentlemen,
and smoking is absolutely prohibited.
Another fact not to be overlooked is
that these Pullman Colonist Slevpers are
attached to the daily fast express trains
thu enabling passengers occupying
these cars to mnke the same time as
occupants of first-class Pullmnn 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 those furnishing their own bedding
free berths aro given in Pullmnn Coloniat
Cars running between Council Bluffs.
Kansas Citv and Portland.
The Pnllman Colonist Sleeper is es
pecially commended for the use of the
homesecker who is moving to the west
with his family, and who desires com
fortable sleeping accomodations enrocte
but cannot afford to pay the first-class
Pullman Sleeping Car fare.
Formatter descriptive of any state or
territories through hich the Union
Pacific run, or for rates, time of trains
tc, etc, apply to E. L. LOMAX, Genl
fa?s. and ticket Agent. Omaha, Neb.
Perfect action and perfect health resull
from the ue of De Witt's Little Early
Risers, a perfect little pill.
Miles' Nerve aael IMver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach aud bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Mil 6a'
pills speedily cure bilousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equaled for men, women, children. Small
est, mildest, sarest ! 5n doses, 25 cts
Yoa never tried DeWitt's Little Early
Risers for constipation, billiocsness, sick
headache or you would not have these
DeWitt's Sareaparilla cleanses the
blood, increases the appetite and tones up
the system. It has benefitted manypeo-
Sle who have suffered from blood disor
ere. '. t will help you.
Children Cry for
Don't fail to make a seleetioa from
Cotting's new koeks while the stock b
Children Cry for
FiTetobacco and cigars at Devo.
Ai. M. Piatt of Denver, is in the
Trusses, Shoulder braces &c. at
SKXoxsd is in the east bujing
goods this week.
The finest lines of stationer; jou
ever saw, at Peyo.
Miss Hattic Lutz has returned to
J. N. Rickards and niece, Miss Lou
Porter returned home Saturday.
Ed Young received word that his
bother had died. He lived at Has
ting. Mr. Longbotham made The Chief
quite happy this week with a big
C. II. Braber has our thanks for a
big Bilver dollar for the Great Family
E. L. Ely, will preach atthe school
house in Inavale, next Sunday, Septem
ber 27, at 3 o'clock p. m.
W. V. Beal places us under obli
gations for a goodly sum of money
for the Great Family Weekly.
Two cars of sheep, eight of cattle,
one of horses passed through this city
going east this week. Also two cars
of hogs went east this week.
Do not fail to call and see F. V.
Taylor's stock before buying. He
buys by the car this saves freight and
can sell cheaper than anybody.
This "Great Family Weekly" ex.
tends its thanks to some unknown
portion of our citizens for a most bau
tiful serenade one uight this week
Mr. Or re en await has leased the
Walker House and proposes to run it
in first-class style. Mr. Grcenawalt is
a man of no little experience p the
Mrs. Helen Flohrs returned Satur
day the 12th from Missouri Valley,
Iowa, where she attended the funeral
of her sister's huband who was killed
on tire railroad.
I11.M. Martin & Son have purchased
rlhe dry goods store of Pope Bros. &
Co , and have taken possesion. The
Chief is pleased to welcome the
Messrs Martin into business again
after their recent disaster by fire.
Mr. Edward Parkcs has been con
fined to his bed for the past twelve
days but under the careful treatment
ot Dr. McKceby is able to be up
again. Mr. Parkcs desires to thank
the boys of the K. of P. and K. of it.
for their kind attention.
On Saturday, September 2G, 1S91,
at 10 o'clock a. ni. a primary caucus
will be held for the purpose of nom
inating township officers in and for
lied Cloud township. Said caucus to
be held at the North school house in
district No. 2 near Mr. llolsworth.
ty niglit, Uharley Lather was
nominated for supervisor and C.
Schcnck for coroner. Both are good notn
inations and will be elected. II. A
Howard and S. West, were nominated
for justices of the peace, and J. W.
Warren and Joseph Karr for consta
bles at the ward caucus.
The Golden Theatrical Company
which gave our people two of the best
entertainments that we have had, left
for Hastings, Thursday morning.
This is positively one of the best
companies on the road and it is a
pleasure to sec them play. It is a
fine company and should they ever
return to Red Cloud, they will be as
sured of a good house.
Mr. Chas. Arnold living in Elm
Creek township, lost his house and
barn by fire last Saturday night. Mr.
Arnold and family bad started on a
trip to Kansas for peaches and the
fire was not discovered by neighbors
in time to put it out. We have not
learned particulars as yet The loss
is a heavy one for Mr. Arrfold and he
has the sympathy of all.
Calvin Kenady, one of Red Cloud's
favored young men and Mis3 Alice
Starks, a well-known young lady were
joined in the holy bonds of matri
mony on Thursday afternoon, at the
residence of the brides' parents, at 2 p.
m. The Rev. G. W. Hummel offici
ating. The young couple have the
best wishes of their many friends for
a long and happy life. The Chief
A number of our young folks went
out horse back riding this week, and
penetrated into the country precincts.
When they were a few miles out they
charged upon a castle and in regular
"rvnight erranty style wanted to
know of the Lord of Nannor, if there
were any water melons round about?
At that the Lord of the castle heaved
a few of his choice epithets after
them intermingled with a goodly num
ber of tin cans, and it is said that J.
and F. cot out of there at a 2x4 gate,
leaving their fair ones to climb the
barb wire fence th best they could.
It was fun for a little while for the
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
Go to Deyo for machine oil.
Go to Deyo for schrxd supplies.
Walter Warren has a job in Conies.
Go?pel Hymns No, 6 for .-ale at
Kev. E. J. Randall, has one to
Deyo will sell jou wall paper cheap
er tban ever this fall.
Cotting is the leader in tablets and
other school supplies.
Ralph Willcox broke his arm while
playing the other day.
George Scott run a pitchfork
through his foot last week.
AfC. Bell was in Lincoln this week
aiicnamg siaie convention.
Dell Olmsted left this week for a
trip to Bertrand to see his bc.t g u-r-1.
Capt Munsell, responded to our
necessities this week with a biir dollar.
Wright Thornburg has sold his im
plement ousincss to dames Peterson.
Frank Cowden looks as pretty as
a peach with his mustache shaved off.
Mrs. G. W. Gulliford was the re
cipient of a fine organ from her moth
er. Dcnni.s Finn has accepted a job as
motor (mule) man on the street car
5lr. George Matkins left this week
for Omaha, thence to Illinois and
J. L. Miller the harness man has a
full line of rubber and leather belting
Nice new goods just received at
F. V. Taylor's, remember his prices
are the lowest.
Mrs. Dr. Emigh and Mrs. D. F
S.-ammon are visiting in Ravama
Neb., this week.
'Some obc stole a fine lot of hounds
from Sam Dyre during the reunion.
They were found in Lebanon.
Mr. DeLong had stolen from him
the other day $20. He found it in
posession of a Red Cloud youth.
Call on T E. Penman for fine
jewelry watches and clocks, silver
ware, specs etc. Cotting's drug
Quite a little cxcilmcnt was created
Saturday, by the report that a man
had been thrown from a B & M train
going west and lost.
Go to T. E. Penman for fine watch
clock and jewelry tcpairing. Artis
tic letter and monogram engraving.
Cotting's drug store.
Rev. C. B. Newnan, pastor of the
central Church of Christ, of Lincoln
will preach at the Christian Church
in this city on next Sunday, morning
After years of experience we make
the intelligent care of the dead a
specialty, and are prepared to attend
all calls in the city or country. F. V.
Taylor, funeral director.
Undertaking by F. V. Taylor who
has had yca.s of practical experincc
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 aupneate any
prices offered by othtr houses on all
biases of Undertaking goods, and
guarantee better goods and better ser
vice. Funerals attended free in city
The city sidewalks arc badly broken
to pieces by cattle and horses running
over them. In a distance of 76 feet
on one walk our reporter counted 2Ii
broken boards. A here is the street
F. V. Taylor never has charged any
thing for attending funerals. He
carries the largest stock and guaren
tecs satisfaction. Remember lie will
duplicate any price offered by others,
on undertaking goods,
At the state republican convention
held in Lincoln on the' 24 th, Judge
A. M. Post was nominated for the
Supreme Court and Messrs Marplc of
Omaha and Shumway of Dixon coun
ty, were nominated fot regents, of
the state University.
Prof. J. Dunton of Kansas, raised
some of the finest peaches we baTC
ever seen. He has different varieties
and all would do credit to oathcrn
peach raising. He says to raise peachea
or any other fruit one mnst keep tbc
orchards free of weeds.
The successful arrangement of the
reunion grounds and the ease with
which every part of the proceedings
were carnea out was aue to tne care
ful work done by Commander Miller
and Adjutant Wiener. Both of these
gentlemen took personal supervision
of tc groands to the neglect of their
own business. The gentlemen are to
Oar old and respected friend, J. F.
Clough, editor of the Sabatha (Kacs.)
Republictn, whom we worked with
t went -five years ago, in Oberlin,
Oh o, whi'e learning the printing
trade, died last week at hi homc-i
During the war he enlited and nme!DfT book roa 3 cnt to 13.00 per
3 - . ...
oat osd'y woanucd, tac anectA ol ; Tolorae. Call and IoV thea rer.
which carried him to his premature j
grave at the age of 45. He w ; ICTatyraVe thtr BnU. D Wju
noble fellow and an upright man. HiJittl Earlj Kr doa jrrjp, cacs
wife preceeded him to that boarne caosa or pirn, which accossta &x lbr
from whence no traveller return?, popalairiy. Dmsya taay thy woaid
about a year ago. lie gave tne btl2s
pari oi ujs inc " "; --.
always a patnouc ciuxn. .'ij nis
soul ret in peice.
II. C. SCOTT.
For Clcrl of the Ditrict Cwurt,
C. B. CHUNK.
For County ClerV,
II. D. KAN.NKY.
G. N. IIl'MMKIa.
For County Judge,
D. F. TUVNKKY.
I). M. HUNTER.
For County Surveyor,
W. K. THORNK.
The republicans arc now ready to
enter the political arena, tbc ticket
having been duly nominated for the
consideration of the people. No bet
ter men could have been elected than
those upon the republican ticlt-t.
Each man is worthy in every particu
lar of the support of the people and
are fully capable, of managing tho
affairs of the county. Another
thing that should be taken into con
sideration is that every mac is qualifi
ed by experience to do the business
required of him by the people. Geo.
Hummel is one of Webster county's
oldest and be.t citizens. Henry
Scott is aljo an old pioneer and fully
qualified. H. I). Ranney another old
citizen and has made a good officer.
D. M. Hunter is fully qualified for
his importaut othce. C. B. Crons can
looks after the affairs of his office the
equal of any one. I). F. Trunkcy is
a number one officer, always doing
his duty. Dr. Schcnck males a fine
coroner and holds hi? office with digni
ty, while W. E. Thome' can survey
with the best of them In a word the
republican party lui a good ticket in
the field and one that is sure lo be
elected. No man can ha? a word
against them aud say the truth.
Ed. Brown has
piano for hi- wife.
purchased a new
II. W. Hill has accepted a position
as night operator at the B & M.
Height of Cruelty.
Nervous women beldom recetvo tho
sympathy tluy denorvi. Whilo often
the picture of health, they aro con
atantly idling. They hnvo n weak heart.
cauBinK nhortnenH of hruath, wwik nnd
hungry sjhmIh, nnd unully choking,
mothering and dropsy. Dr. Milwj',nw
Heart Cure ih just tho thing for them
For their nervouHneHH, hemlache, weak
new, tc, his luwtorntivo Nervine" und
equaled. Fine trtatun on "Heart nnd
Nervous Disoapefl" and tedtunonmlH frx
Sold nnd guarnntivnl by 0. L. Cotting. 0
Call oa Deyo for tablets, slates, arid
school supplies of all kinds.
Wo can not afford to decoivo jou
Cofidccuce t lxgottn by honwtty. 1)
Witt's Littlo Karly Kioern nro pilln tha
will cure constipation and tuck headache
KavM m r-
The Reunion is coming and it will
fay you to get prices on Furniture,
'icturc moldings, etc , at Cozad & Cos.
Tlu- First U'.
Ferhnjn you nrn run down, can't rat,
can't sleep, can't think, cn't do nnytMng
to your pntitfiictinn, nnd jou wondrr
what ntta you. You should hfed tho war
ning, jou nre taking thv firkt top into fier
toub Prostration. You ncod n Nrrie
Tonic nnd in Klvctric Hilteri jou will
llud tho ciacl remedy fur restoring joor
nervous njtra to U normal, hnnlthy
couuiiion. DurpriKing ruiw iojiow mo
ue of thin great Nerro Tonic nnd Altera
tivo. Your appetite return", good digr
tion ia restored, nnd tho liver end kidney
r Mumo healthy action. Try a tottU.
Price 60c. at L. li. Dnjo'n drugstore, fi
You want good, reliable, well made
scviccable garment, do you? We
thought so. Good good bring jou
back to trade again. You're evidently
sick of the cock and bull torici of
conscienceless dealers. Charles Wien
er sells guaranteed clothing, guaran
teed furnishing, guaranteed boots
Don't Ptorm tho jetm aa you would
a fort. If held by tho enemy, cccatiapa
tion. gently ponroade it to eurronder with
Do Witt's Littlo Karly Kwra. Thews
little pills are wonderful connncera.
- . m m i
On ths f trects of thij city, Septem
ber 19, IIM, a thirtyfivc dollar note
in favor of m; self, Wm. Wood, payor,
All persons arc warned not to par
chase said note is payment of use
has been -topped.
9-3t V. IL Parker.
Tho Tor ..
The -Nc York Wceluj Vxtn. lb
b-st republican eily pJr pob
lihcd and The Cintr one year
i 1.60. Come and abjcril t.
100 new and popslar nreb with
photogravure- :llatration jot placed
on ale at Cottmc. beMea 300 otter
Peooie with ijpur Wood cist b said
j to exist, oo brt.. Ltfe i robl f half
of lla joye wb:a lb XmxhX kMGnl witi t
izspunlhst szui dueoae. Correct thia coc-!
diUoc wilhE WjU'a SarraprsH. It ta,
The democratic voteri of WalsutJ
ereek towsibip are a.sked to 3BKt at t
the atone school-boat Friday, Octo- i
ber 2d, for the parpve of placis is'
BsaiiaaMioa easdtiatea for tie Tthosi .
txnrsiiup ofteerj asd for the tra-
actios of sack other basiae. a. aaay
properly eosae before Use aaeeiiag.
X. C- SAxroa,
fljru liBfe kiffeip. soiled Hjeir niittcqs.
jH& didijl kljov vIjevl I z do; tj A .
Yil! & Wise old frvl . SSrT
Vs aW DidrcCCt; . I ,V
Jte-MT7U 1 A
wrin invLHuu y-'t -v
as ti. ... M
SantaClaus Soap-Made only qy
Dry Goods - Carpets.
Our new good a of ctcry drecrlftllon arc now en nlr, nmi thr
Hloal Complete crr ihuun In llnaltng. Vrtlll makr it p;
tlaltore lo buy tltrlr rntlrr bill of u. Our Ivrree l.od nnd
Trlmmlnge arr Ihr dimi complete It tle etate. In i arprt r
ikow Ingrntne from J5 rent to 7 5 eeitl per )rl, ! Hrmrts.
9Voue!le' AiHilntter 4r. Art quttrc am! Hug of nil kind.,
ItU'lHdlng Mmjrnie'a, DitgtJttde Ac, Ac.
JUra. Woo ley U In ennrge of thU Important department. riUHr
Draping mikI glote-flltlng gown l ttto-tlilrtl Oimtliu prlrr.
ThU department la without nu equal lit the talc lor lot prlrr
and I'lne lnrllan drlgtt, Ml Itulton ha general chargr, nnjaj
.fllaa Cojnc manager of the trimming department.
A Pickens fc Son,
713-714 Central Block, 1 1.isii.. N-h.
Read! Read! Read!
HAS ITKCIIAKh IHK
Or C'onover Hltd lllekereon, nnd I liou prepared t ell anjltilng
In lila Hue and al the er l.otet I Igure for nidi
Nothing but the best jooils kept. ( al
see mc when yon want anything
Cash Grocery House
Best Coods Only
TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than any yard in tlie world
L lf:V1 W Ak
OafCoriia U Ur. fianmrl Pltchrr'a prteripUe tmr latusta
aad CaUairea. It coataiag neither Olaai, Mrklaw? sr
mther XarcCie aCaac It la a karat Um aHil4t:
for Paregoric, Zrea, frothing Hjru?, a4 OMtor OIL.
It l PleiaafaU It gurmilX) La tklrty jraV taawn hj
Millieaa ef Motkera. Co-oHadtrvja Wrm aa4 aJLaja
fererialiactBav. CatrfA rereata romltlmg Kttr Cttrtl.
care IHarracca aad WU4 Ceilc. CaaHorU rUrrea
UataiaJac traaalea. carea conailptlon auad OaUaUeary.
Caatanria aatlaeilaiw thr Toed, rirala thfl Xaaaaca
aad bewela, grlrlng htalthj aad airol alcep. Caa
taria ia taa Caildrca'a Pajeacca-tk 3CUMrra Frlcad.
U am ftoZnt noCi'tn tst i
atOn W nymtii VJJt. at f s
vpn Oaar saiitraa."
rta la as is rmsmAy V aii '
fa sBa wi atOw vteEamar tt rmt
aaaaraatc ae-sr iHtm, sjut -am Cwawu tar
r V eaaaa. J
rarV. arx. I irrsja C twrrm i-.
I R M-;:Jk C-.-
Soap '& F
kitferjs, vxtp rfr iPilfefl
WltOWSU'JrtrOi anocr Ouc.
their roitleni an
brigty aipl soft as r$f.
oinc and see mc
The Cash C r - r.
M, A- -a-ar. at A,
SU . Oaiart a.. Jr-" ,
"0s ytflbetm i
tunU i- i aASi t Qatf rtn
era as Uar nWln gredem A CX.
jul a&sx if antnaKf-
taaJ wtvpitm aA ! Latr aa nfi
SaaSaKSfta. JS &W fca '
ana inra C Cmtnn aa xm a "smM aaa
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