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" I Jfe BLUE
v I , iiC5cT Attend
, ifTX l'ractlc
By A. C. Hosmer.
Subscription, 1 Per Annum,
Invariably In Advance
If not paid In advance, after tlili dnte March
m, t8W, the price will bo .'a.
Entered at the t'ost Office In lted Cloud, Net).,
as mall mattorof thearcoml cluii
I W. TULLEYS, M. D.
Red Cloud, NcbriuKU.
Office opposite First National Unnk.
V. H.ExHtnlnlnK SurKCon.
Ohrnnlc illseH.sea treated hv wall.
r h. winfaey,
Red Uloud, - Nehhasica.
Will attend sales at rea.iona1le flKUtct. Halls
Moon Block, RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collection promptly attended to.
r 0. CASE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly nttended to, and
Fire und Life Insurance.
RedCloud, - ' Nkdhaska.
Office over Fostoillca.
Attorney ut Lnw,
HILL, - NEBRASKA.
AtUsnds suits In any part of tliu county.
Practice In alt courts. .. ... .
I'orreipondenco In repard to Mitllom'jnt of
any estal- In which you may be Intervstea i:i
receive prompt attention.
r F. TRUNKEY,
Attorney at Law.
Red Cloud, Nebrnskn.
Office Up stairs, in Moon Block,
over Fair Store
I IDA II. SMITH
Notary Public and Collection Asont.
Red Cloud, Nebr.
His a number of houses on her list for rent.
Makes pensions and Notary l'ubllo work a
specialty, aud writ's deeds, mortKiiKes aud all
Iwsl instruments in the best of Htj lu.
1'av taxes tor non-residents. &e.
SOBlcei Over the Deyo'a.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
lit. Limit of Amount Loiincd:
$300.00 to 910,000.00.
Fnrm loans worth at least double
the amount loaned.
Complete obstrnct fiom tho Unit
ed States down to the borrowor.
4tli Term" or Loun:
Five (S) to ten flo) yearB. Exten
sion at muturity without cost to
Stli Rule or Interest:
Eight (8) per cent, annually, on
April, July, October or Decem
Oth Place of Payment:
Interest and principal made paya
ble at your home bunk, allowing
borrower to take up his noto at
the time of payment
7th Special Privilege:
Partial payment in any amount at
any time wan rebate ot interest,
, evidenced by written agreomont,
providing that snch payments
Btiall not exceed in any one year
one-fifth ot tho principal.
Call on or Address,
I. J. Myers,
Red Cloud, Neb.
Ovor Deyo's Drug Store.
11. E. POND,
Conveyancer, Ileal Estate,
Loans, Insurance, nnd Pen
lied Cloud, Nebraska.
I esneoially invite you to oall on mo for
anything in my Hue. Loans made on
farm property at 8 per cont. Insuxano
ia the test companies ...
II. E. FOAP,
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
CbUdrea ot Mr. and Mrs. M. M. SoUw
Both Had Eczema
In Its Worst Form
After Phyilctana Failed, Jlodd'a
Baraapartlla Perfectly Cured
Great mental agony is endured
parents who see their children sulTe
from diseases caused by impure blood,
for which there seems no cure. Thil
turned to joy when Hood's Sarsaparilll is
resorted to, lor tt expels the toul hum
from the blood, and restores the d
cased skin to fresh, healthv brichtnesi
Read the following from grateful parents
" To C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. :
"We think Hood's Sarsanarllla Is the mos
valuable medicine on tho market for blood and
nicin diseases, uur two cuuurcn suncrcu terri
Worst Form of Eczema
for two years. We had thrco physicians hi
that time, but neither ot them succeeded tn
curing them or even in ctvlnir them a llttlo
relief. At last wo tried llood's Barsnparllla
nnd In a month both children wero per
fectly cvi-rd. Wo rocommend
as a standard family medicine, and would not
be without It." Mr. and Mns. M. M. Bolleb,
1413 2nd Avenue, Altoona, I'a.
HOOD'S PlLLS cura Uver llli, (onitlpatlon,
bUlotuotii, Jmndlce, tick haMlache, tadlgsiUoa.
YOU I ship STOCK?
If so it will be to your interest to ship to the
SIEQEL, WELCH ft CLAWSON
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO.,
Kansas City Stock Yards.
giva your shipments
their personal atten
tlon, keep you posted
by wire or paper;
furnish you money
at reduced rates.
, Iff "frre
Usually Indicate a rilorder of tho Kidneys,
and prompt mcnMircs t-hould Le taken to
prevent poiIouh tro.iblo
RF MP MRP I? Ul'-es ran bo enred
IL(IILhDLiIV In tlmtr lri-Mplcit( v,
Which It niuleelcil, muy 1'iuni'n dsnherous
DR. J. H. MtLCAN'S
LIVEE S2 KIDNEY BALM
Is what you need, it will oiii-ft I Ivei flr
ders. Kidney Wwihio' , '.il(,litM l)lcn-(8
and Dlntictes I'lloi 81 jmr Iottlc fcnr.J
2-csnt stamp lor book nf lilnit, how to IUj
and cuio lln.bc 0lJtrc-itiis i o.upl.ilnt r
THE DR. J. H. WCLCAN MKD. CO
S?TT. UOUISi. CVIO
Probate Not lee.
State of Nebraska I
Webster C'uuntt, f
To nil puivmt Inteu'sted In tlm itato of
navldU.nmeki'rdeieaicd, WhertMH, (ieorKO
V. hinelsor.iiu thuntlidny ot Picemtiur IS).
Illrd his perilled jivtltlon In tlio eouiitv court of
our said county t Wuiotur, alleulnu' that IMvId
O. Hmclsui Into of said toiiiity dicil In sild touii.
ty on or utiout the :lrst day of 1'ebru.iry mi In
teitate, and th.it said Uuvld (t. hinelaur left es
tate in this statu to ho lulinlnlsteied, and pray
lug tlmt letters of adininlstrntlon may Isvio
to Annlo KIIuHinelsor Intho premliet. where
upon I hae appointed Tuesday ihuJrddHy nt
.l.inuarv 1H93 ut '.' o'dock In tlio afternoon at
my ofllco In lted Cloud, s.ild county at the tlmo
and place for u he irlnu on said petition aud all
persons Interested may appear and show cause
If any exist why tho prajir of said petition be
Witness my uniclal signature and tho seal of
the county com l of our said comity ot VYubstei
this atli day ot Decemlier ix'Ji.
Jamks imrrv. roui'ty.iudge
Notlco Is hereby rU en, that under and by
virtue ot an order of salu Issued from tho
ollleoofO.il. Crone, Clerk of tlm Dlstrlit
Court of tho Tenth Judicial district, within and
for Webster county, Nelnaska, upon u decree
in an action pondlui;, therein wherein, l.yinan
11. 'lower, plalntltr, and aualust Thud Arnold,
Mnllnda Arnold, South liiauch I.umlior Com
p.iuy, 11. 0. (iret'ory, Joseph (Iraves, Auiiuda
Ail.imson. John 1". Johnson. W. I.. Craw lord A.
(luud & Co., 1'lntt, ti 1'rtei Company, Jted
Cloud National Hank und hank of Cowles, de
fendants. I shall oiter for sale nt publio vendue,
to tho niKiiesi uiiidei lor cash in uanii, ut the
nn.l iljum lit (liu iiillirl.llitlidii ... If.il 11 fulil In
I'ilDI uiivi ' niuvwnii'iiwini in .liu i iisim, ,n
tliusald WeliMlenotiutv. Nctirask.i. Itlutt htlmr
tlio htdldinit wheielu the last term ofsald couil
Olli day or January A. !., 1N0.
at otto o'clock p. in . of said day, thu follonlnu
property to-w It: I ho southeast quirter of
section two, tf.ln township turee, a, uoith and
ranKetenlo, west Up. in.
linen nmier. my iiauu mis oiu nay ueevm
bcr A. J)., It C. Hko, 1:..Coon. Hheiilt,
J A. .1. Tommnsun, Deputy.
JoitU M. rAOAM) l'lajntlll's Attorney.
vHH 4b1bBBBkw " iaHiU
Cloud, Webster County, Neij., Friday, Dec.
rurnlslied by Our Cotmly
Married, at tho home of tho bride's
parents in Inavalo on GhriHtmnR da',
Dec. 25, 181)2, at 11 n. m., Mr. K.
lknn and Mihs I. 11. Miclnuln, Ituv.
0. W. llummel oflicinting.
After the happy event wc sat down
to an excellent dinner, consisting of
tho luxuries of life.
Tho brido was the recipient of tnnio
handsomo presents from her friends.
Tho brido is a daughter of 0. II.
Michtu's, and a well rurpected )oung
lady of her community.
The groom is a son of llev. Bonn
and is a highly respected young man.
The liuppy couple left on the even
ing train for a visit to Cnsa Co., Neb.
May their lifo bo long nnd happy, and
their joy far exceed the happiness of
the courting season. y
- i i s ... - ' -
rnndpa Peterson has gono to Hall
Co., Kansas, to visit a daughter.
Will Brubaker is teaching singing
at tho Tccl sohool house.
Mr?. Wilson is on the sick litt, aUo
Mrs. Mousliang aud Nellie Bon.
Henry Jirubakor is putting in dou
ble windows for A. C. Bon.
Sam Bruner has lost five head of
calves by eating smut.
The Christmas tree at Willow creek
sohool house Christmas eve was loaded
with prosents aud enjoyed by oil and
Fred Mooro is hording for Mr. God
win. Gracio Godwin is visiting on tho
Mr. and Mrs Jackson havo a grand
daughter, Lucy Willinmp, of Hot
Springs, S. 1)., staying with them this
Several of tho joung people from
this creek attended tho Christmas
festival at tho Congregational church
of Cowlcs. They report a splendid
time and a good supper.
Nearly everybody on the creek is
douo shucking corn,
Snow and cold is tl.c order oi the
day for holidays.
Walker Graves ol Bed Cloud, is
canvassing for tho Fairbury nursery
and is taking an immonso lot of orders
for trees in this vicinity.
Tho worst storm of the season so
far camo on Sunday.
Mr. Hunter went to 'Kansas City
with stock Sunday.
Mr. Olmstcad and Mr. Iloldrcdge
tiro on tho eick list.
School commences next Monday af
ter a week's vacation.
Mr. Turkington and wife, of Alma,
camo down to spend Christmas with
his fathor-in-law, G. W. Knight.
Mr. Hartwoll has his ice house com
pleted. It will hold eighty tons of
Miss May Hummel is visiting her
taster Mrs. II. Iloldrcdge, this weolc.
Miss Florenoo Sawyer is homo from
Franklin to spondtho holidays,
Inavalo had a neighborhood Christ
mas trco Saturday night, at which
evcryono was present. Thn program
was mostly made up of tho scholars.
Tho tree was nicely filled with pres
ents, and evcryono reported a good
Tom Jones has taken the contract
to fill Mr. Hnrtwell's ice house.
" A riio.s Strions,
Farm loans at lowest interest,
Strictly first-cluss loans at lower rates
than has over boon given in this coun
ay beforo. Option to pay part or all
at end oft any year. C. F. Gather.
Tho fi'Ht vul and Christmas market
nt tho C mprcgatioiitl chinch on
(Thursday tho 'JIM, brought in eighty
dollars towards pnvuicnt m the par-
ypnngo loan, nnd ns all t! e expenses
wire paid by individuals, tho whole
stitu was immediately avail. Me. Tlio
I in les aid sucioty worked hard for it.
Tli sy hereby express their warmest
thinks to those who helped tuako it
such a success, and to those who so
lib rally patronized tho tables and the
"hero was a Christmas ladder at
Co igrcgational church on Saturday
ovi ning, for the S. S. Tho houso was
ful of people. Some nioo appropri
ate recitations wcro given and songs
sui g. 'Ihcn camo tho distribution
of presents from tho ladder. Many
family gifts woro among them.
Some of our riok pcoplo aro conva
lescent, and several nioro havo been
or are still sick.
Mr. Chapin's father, 4 miles west of
Cowlcs, has been very sick.
Miss Lizzio Steam has been obliged
by scvoro sickness to elose her school
at Willow creek forono week.
Ellis Hagcr and Mabel A'alkcrhave
been laid up with sore throat and no
Mr. Scott's baby boy has been ail
ing for some days, and was taken with
dangcious sunptoms Sunday night.
Is a lit'.lo bettor at this writing.
Mrs. Pago of. Wcllflcct, camo on
Tuesday to visit her parents and sis
ters. So Mr. C. M. Brown's family
aro all together again for tho first
tiaio in several years.
The Pleasant Hill literary society
is gaining great notoriety with Mr.
Harvo7 Cox as president and Miss
Susie Baker ns secretary. The sooicty
expects soon to relievo congress by
deciding tho tariff question.
The iuestion of their last meeting
was: "lloeolvcd, (hat the Ametican
Indian has more cause fur comj hint
against tho wliilo man than the no
gto " Tho judges gave their decision
in favor of tho negative.
Mr. John Hoi comb is spending tho
holidays with Mr. Ed. Ilassar and
The Christmas tree exercises or.
Christmas ovo wcro largely attended,
Tho climax in tho musical lino was
tho "Angel's Song" which was ren
dered in a very angelic manner. Tho
treo was loaded till its branches
groaned under thoir weight.
Miss Veronioa llasser received a
handsome gold watch and chain.
Miss Susio Baker was the recipient
of many handsomo and valuable pros
ents. A pair of spcotaclcs, a Xuias
card, a pair of slice heels and a tnin
iaturo doll wero among the most
Misses Anna Cockrall, Gertie
Brown, Flora Jackson, Veronioa Bas
se r, BiiRsio Cockrall, Ttllio Basicr,
MarandaToiohworth, Jessio Cockrall,
Alta Baker and Mr. D. F. Trunkoy
wcro not forgotten by Santa Claus in
tho doll baby lino.
Santa Claus, or rather his daughter,
presented Messrs, Frank Frisbio and
Fred Hurd with a comical littlo mitten
Farm Loans!! Abstracts!!
For farm loans bo euro and call on
J. II, Bailoy,
Ho is in tho business to stay,
His rates aro tho cheapest offered.
His terms will suit you tho best.
He has n number of plans to choose
Ha furnishes abstracts with
Seo him if jou want a loan or
Olli oo under F. & M. Bank.
the Price of The Chief.
The weather is very disngiccnblo.
Amboy folks had a very nico Christ
mas trco and entertainment. Every
body seemed to enjoy themselves and
have a good tlmo.
John Holoomb was in Amboy visit
iug his best girl Christmas.
Tho Amboy joung acn presented
all of tho young ladies with a doll and
a Jerusalem overtaken
Miss Maranda Teaohworth of Guide
Bock, was visiting her s'ster, Mrs. C.
II. Frisbic, last week.
Miss Flo Baker is slowly improv
ing. Mr, nnd Mis. Knutson of Bluo
Hill, aro visiting their paren's, Mr.
and Mrs. F, M. Cockrall, this week,
Tho agent for turkey roaster is de
livering thom in this part of tho coun
try. A joung man of this vicinity
bought one. That looks liko ho Ib
going to baoh next year.
Everything passed off rather cool
Undo Jim Chsfman has bought s
farm near Salom Kansas consideration
$1,400. Wo are sorry to lose suoh
neighbors as hiui. But wolootno all
Tho storm caught Mr and Mrs
Dchart of Bod Cloud at there farm.
Tho Entorainments at tho church
was a grand thing, especially for the
young men that recoived no many
presents in the shape of doll babies.
Mr Editor wo send tho news from
this place by Satita Claus and as they
wcro not published, just blatuo him,
Mrs W. Itichardton spent last week
with her parents in Red Cloud.
Born to W. R. and Hattio B.-Lutz
Warren: of Puoblo, Col. Nov. 21 st
1802 a daughter-(Miss Helen Fran
cos), for her grandmother Lutz, weigh
ing in full drees, the ponderous weight
of fivo and ono half pounds. AH well,
and doing well, as reported to Grand
pi David a month after the event
which threw him into a reflective
and formulatiyo mood, which is respon
sible for the following summary of
thoughts "God has been very good to
mo and mine", remembrance of whioh
evolves overflowing gratiiudo nnd a
reminiscnoo of tho following ft w faots.
I am now the happy father of four liv
ing children, residing in four different
statos and four livifrg grandchildren,
three living daughters and threo living
grandaughtcis, ono living son and
one living grandson, a singular seeming
duplication of two generations, for
fun, facts frequontly outfunny lair
fiction. When asked by daughter,
JNow what aro you'going to do with it"
the rcsdy response was "Give it to tick.
le fortune to foster-father for futuro
for a smaller farm near Red Cloud or
Holdrege, 320 acres In Perkins Co., Neb.,
all plow land. 00 acres under cultivation
Good frame house, 17x28, In good repa-rj
No. 1 well with pump, good Btuble for 8
horses; 30 acres of winter wheat in, look
tng well. Titlo perfeot. Bnoumbranoe
9800 on one quarter, 5 years to run; the
other one clear. For more information
write to W. W.Tihiikth,
Grunt, Perkins Co., Neb
Highest of all in Leavsaing Power.
1 XtSSBW 1 OW(
Vol. 20. No. 23
Senator SheraB.an Renews
Senator Sherman reaswsdhla attsek
and refused to beoonvisesdeWbr Ue
oratory or the lows Seaator. Hs wasted
tho Bonsts to do ths straight forward
'.hlng, and not flxsls aboat It,
Give the Fair $l0O9,O0tr sad do at
make believe that mi are tdaaanhur
yourselves in giving it s 70-sssitl sUf r
dollar, or two 35et hsK-ctylsfcr It
the ohlldren ory for it, sa thaSesstSf has
said they did, "Why aot .girs taWC
torlaT"said8hermss. He kasw thai It
more popular he taoUgbt 'thaa-svisviks
souvenir half dollars would be. 'Ths
galleries looked dowa hi' surprise as
theao reeasrks cams f rpaStomsa, sad
Congressmen who entered tas; ,C&ssabt
juat ss Mr. Bhsrmsn ' uttsred tkeaV
dropped into the YaosaMbsIrs assreet
the door. at
Although tho National Wossaa
Belief Corps has aot ytt jpaase4its
first deoade it aarabtrs 130,7M atesi
bcrs in good standing, hsviaR iaarsss
ed 13,218 durisg the past, year. , It
has turned over to the varieis Peatifor
their relief fund, $34-188.84, givea is
eaih for roller, $61,488.63, sad gires
relief other than money, $38,941.38.
Tho relief tuad now iavsatel ia heave
amouats to $77,o75.27, aai the geaer
al fund $12Z,d3&,81.
' Beware IsaettoB)i
We desirs to inforW taertMs taal
Dr. Pitcher's Osatorla is mats aad pal
up lathe Laboratory' ot TtS'C'eatssr
Company, Nsw.York, la ;t 70S;-elss
bottle, and sq the' eutrtefcwreaper- ths
formula k prlatei sncUthsr,aVHUe i
Signature or "Ohs. H; Pleiaher,' New
Cutorisla gsauias. To eoaatetfsfs oc
Imitate either la ths aame, or jitfsalere Je
aorimlnalottsnes. Dr. Pltehsr's Castsrta
has become a valuable ataadard' fssfllt
mediolne wth ths iadorsesieateC 'essas ef
the best PbysioJsas la Amsrisa. 9esi
allow any one to sell you aaythag else ea
thepleaorpromUe that it iaMJttai as
good," and will answsversry ptnpm, els,
etc. Oastoriatosototjby sll.peesMe
druggists and dealers la medusae.
Isok well st the wrapper aad see M tt has
the Signature etObss. a, Tleteher Maw '
York. Noothsrosa ae gfaaiae.,- Oast
oriawithoat this BieTasturs le a Beja
Fraud. "" t
A meetiag of the Towsshlp Bear4
or Line Tosrsship. Webster Ce.' Nshf. ,
is requested to meet at the rssHsase .
of Towaship Clerk ea Jsa. 3dvlf8l!
at 10 o'clock A Mof said isy ferlhs"
purpose of making settUmsat''wHli
TowBahitoffioers sad soh ether imk
aess as may cotae before ' it. Dated
Deo. 24th 1892, William Vssdyle
Township clerk. '
Notice te Teacltere. "
Notice is hereby givea-that I will
examine all persons who bmj. desire
to offer themselves as eaadldatesi fer
teachers ofthe publio seheele ef this
couaty, at Red Cloud a the (third
Saturday oi eaoa moats.
Special examiaatioat will he held
on the Friday ?reeeedia? th U Met
urdsy of each meath. 'l
The standing reqairsd fer Sd' aad
3d grade oertileatee is the same-ae
grade below 70 per seat, STerage 8v
per eeutj for lrst grade 'eertilsete
no grsde below 80 per east. sTstaftt;
, mm per eeat. ia an srasessa ree.ttref
by law. '" ' jsJ-a
. ' D. N. IIuhtib, Ceaaty '8spi
U. S. GoVtHepett, Ag.;i7, xV
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