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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1893)
THE RED CLOU) CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 180?.
affords an excellent opportunity for the
pick-pocket to net your watch. If voti
would be proof against his skill, be iurc
that the bow (or ring) is a
This wonderful bow Is now fitted to the
Filled Watch Cases,
which are made of two plates of gold
soldered to a plate of composition metal.
Look equally as well as solid gold cases,
and cost about half as much.
Guaranteed to wear 20 years.
Always look for this trade mark.
None genuine without it.
Sold only through watcli dealers.
Ask any jeweler for pamphlet or send
to the manufacturers.
KeystoneWatch Case Co.,
SOME OOD TIIlXGS,
Beauty in the heart will find it?
way to tho faro.
'J lie ladder ol fame lias slippery
rcunds at tin top.
When nuncy glows timid it makes
the rest of u shy.
Aftrr all the best way to make
money is to cam it.
The "ro'ling stono" kind of a young
man is frequently a brtck
The coming man sometimes turn out
to be going the other way.
When r man has nothing better to
do ho sets in to reviee his creed.
Vacation signifies '"empty" but with
Fomc it means full right along.
In these days of bank stringency it
takes an artist to draw money.
I'jide is better than envy, but we
may get along without cither.
K;cry time a wise man makes a mis
take it teaches hiiu souiothiug.
It is better to have our paradise nt
the end of life than at tho beginning.
Many a woman who cannot drive a
nail or a horse, can drive a bargain.
WI1011 a speaker ha a whole train
of thought it takes him Eometi.no to
The milk business is ono in which
both men aud measures are essential
The man v. ho has no business of his
own to attend to, usually goes to bed
A nun always feels abused when he
gets home and finds the house looked
Give mo nsithcrpoTorty oor riches,
but if I muit have one of them, give
So far no one has made the blunder
of painting a cupid to look as if it had
Ono nason why there nro not more
good boys is becauso thero arc not more
It will not do you any good to pray
for ten tilcnts if you ara not im proving
tho ono talent given you.
There is no place like homo to the
man who has been pleasuring at the
Bca sido with his wifo and her new
Some men who arc only four fict
eleven inches high in the ejes of the
woild, arc eleven feet four inches high
ii. thoir own estimation.
U n nymntom of disease of tho kidnojH.
It will ceitaitdy bo lolioved by Prk
Hnro Cure. That hendnehe, backache nnil
tired feeling come from tho m cruieo.
Aik for Turks' Suro Cure for tho livor
mid kidneys, irico 1.00. Sold by C. L.
X B'lnc Turin I'or Sale. A Crciil
If you want to buy u lino homo you
should not rail to bco thin farm. It will
uo for fcoOOO if Bold booh. Unit cash and
half on tlinn. or will trado for valuulilo
property. Tho Iioubo is 10x21 t! stones
with L 14x20 with porches on each side.
Hood water, lino otiiiious". ik ' '
"1x10 'J r.torlcBj cob and coal hoiibo 1 ixlt;.
.gianury lUxll; corn crib BiiK; windmill
(now). School hoiibo within 10 rode. 15
miles from county pout, two trading
townB within 8 miles. If Bold Boon will
Foil everything on tho farm including 11
cuttle, 11 boiHPH and mules, 17 h'Wi
farm machinery, buggies, etc. 1(50 acres
well fenced with galvanized wire. Ap
.lvfittincoto tho Kr.o Cloud Ciiiei,
Kurt Cloud, JsYbrasku.
Among iho Inclrteiits of childhood that
tnnd out in bold relief, iib onr memory
rovcitH to tho days when we were young,
noiio aio moro prominent than eevoro
nickiiem. The-young mothor vividly re
......,i..ra unit it wan Chuiuberlulu'H
Couch Kemerty cured her of croup, and
in turn nrtmiuiRtorB to hor own offspring
nnJ nlwan with tho bebt rosults. l-or
eulo by Dojo &Grice.
Children Cry for
Scenes In Till' Cherokee Strip,
Ah Seen by nil 12)1) ltiuH.
M. Ij. D. U.it iii.il. who has just re-
tinned fnin the Cherokee atrip, told
our reporter soinc interrsting facts
concerning that country, its resource,
&e. On the S h of September he
in company with dnmmy Spiy, started
forthc opening of the strip, and having
two hotses besides the team which he
drove, and being hitched to a light
rig, tliej took their time, know'iig
they would liavo no difficulty in
reaching the strip in time to mnkc
the race for land, They journeyed
ncarlcy due south and after pas-dug
farms rough and improvid, sterile
prairies, sand hills, burnt districts,
and variou other features of minor
importance, they arrived in Caldwel
Kan. two days before the race, and
from this placo they with many thou
lands made tho nui for tho precious
government land. Mr. 0.rtman said
that i.fter passing the two notlh tiers
of counties in Kansas, tho effects of
continued drouth were moro obviou,
and an examination of tho corn in the
Gelds of which there is a Urge acreage,
'lisckscd a dicidedly bad condition of
the tame, the cars being shrivelled
and soft, and probably unsalable, and
with the deception of small fields in
the low lands and valleys, there will
be little corn of any kind. Farmers
were sowing fall wheat, and said thai
the average yield of wheat thcro this-
year would not exceed 10 buthol pei
icrt Ilttwng arriyed at Caldwell,
whirh was onlv 2f milci from Pone
creek, a place laid out for a counl
scat in the strip, they stopped uno
Were obliged to go through the pre
liuiiiiarics required, of forming ink
companies, and making registration
Mr. O.itman said that notwithstanding
tho thousands present, the best ol
order was maintained,nnd every onr
was good natured and striving to ex
cl. Hundreds of families in desti
tutc circumstances, and people of all
nationalities wero there to secure a
home. Now tho etiip is about 200
miles long and CO milci wido, and
is so divided by the government
that it ii cxaatly two counties in
in width, and in each county w
staked off and laid out a count; scat
The strip was then divided in to thtci
equal parts, known as the eastern,
central and western, the eastern divi
sion being tho most cxpcnsivo and
the western tho cheapest. Finally
the Kith came around which was the
day to make the race, and the enitre
north end of tho strip was a lino ol
people 200 miles in length ready
to start for land, but under
penalty of death, could not go
until the given signal at lugli noon
on Saturday, Sep. lCih. Now was the
timo for shrewd sehemcB which wcrr
not neglected, and as near as can be
learned, a combination of merchant?
and bankers, bought up the swiftcsi
broncho ponies, and secure d the light
est riders who wero accustomed to
such animals and formed them in (he
procession, tubu nicy precccueu in
sweeten the trainmen which they did
to potfection, aid when tho train with
threo engines and 35 box cars all
loaded to the utmost with an average
of 100 people on top, it was a 25 mile
raco between the train and tho horses
Tho couductor kept the train slowed
down and the ponies belonging to the
combination sped onward their riders
alighted and stuck their pies on the
choicest corner lots of the city of
Pond Creek, while the wagons and
slower horses, and tho thousands on
tho train wero centent with land of in
ferior quality, aud pooror looatiou.
Mr. Oilman told of many ludicrous
occurences. At one time another
party of land seekers harnessed one
of Mr. Oatman'u horses and drove a way
in the night earning him to search a
good share of the next day, and bj
chance came across tho horse which
was immediately turned over to itt.
lie also saw rulers
A TRAMP WHO
ll.in Trlil: Muilu 111m
Uo had iv Newfoundland dog us big
us a yearling calf, and for three years
not n tramp succeeded In getting to the
house, lie lived just outside of town,
n ml but for tho dog would luivo lcen
"struok" tbrco or four times n day. It
was fun to seo u trump eoino along,
tako n squnre look at tho house, and
then reach over nnrt unbolt the gato.
Tho click of tho bolt was the signal for
"old Hose," who bail his iiuurturft un
der the veranda, to rush out, and at
sight of him the caller would make u
skato down tho highway as If tired
from n cannon.
Ono night a thunderbolt btruck tho
corner nf tho house nnd tho dog wus
killed In Ills bed. When the sad dis
covery was made, the owner deter
mined to stuff tho body nnd sec If it
wouldn't prove a se.iro-erow to tramps,
lie got a taxidermist, and at the end of
u week "Old Hose" was set up under a
cherry tree at the corner of the ver
anda. Ho was In thu .shadow and fttccd
the gate. Ills false eyes glared iind his
tooth wero all on exhibition, and to
one standing nt the gato he looked like
ii live dog ready to devour all comers.
He bad been In position about an hour,
when n weary pilgrim was seen coming
over the hill nnd sizing up tho house.
Everybody made a skip, and flvo min
utes later tho tramp reached over and
shot tho bolt. As he swung the gate
back he saw tho dog, unit after ono
brief glance he muttered:
"Durn your buttons, Hill Wheeler,
but you don't want notliln' here!"
Ho shut the gate and started off In a
hurry, but ho hadn't gone a hundred
foot before he stopped and scratched
his bead. Then he went on a few feet
and stopped nnd scratched again and
seemed puzled. He advanced ten feet
fnrthor, and then turned square around
and held u sort of counsel with himself.
Tho result was that he roturued at a
brisk walk, opened tho gate with a
bang, and, walking straight up to the
dog, lie lifted the "stuffed" in his arms
and dumped it Into n bed of catnip
thirty feet away. He then walked to
the back door, In which the man nnd
his wife wero standing In a paralyzed
condition, aud said:
"I'm a tramp and don't deny It, but
though I'm ragged and dirty aud hard
up, I've got feelings. When a man sets
a live dog on me Mint's all right and tie
cordln' to Hoyle, but when a fellow
plays mo low down with a btuiTod ca
nine he Injures my feel in s and hurts
my solf-respect and I don't want no
truck with him!"
The man almost entreated him to
come In nnd sit down to a square meal,
and offered to fit him out with n suit of
clothes on top of that, but tho tramp
wiped a tear from his left eye and mado
off with tho reply:
"Can't do It, sir can't do It nohow.
We've got to preserve our self-respect
In this lino o' bi.ncss or It can't last!
If It hart been n live dog I wouldn't hev
nuthln' to say, but to go and ring In a
cadaver on mo and jump mo off my dig
nity Is playln' Hill Wheeler altogether
too find You kcopyour old clothes and
cold vlttles fur somo galoot who hain't
got no fcolln'sand can't be Jnsultedl"
Dotrolt Freo Press.
all disorders of
the stomach, liver,
Every Dose Effective
sammmmmmm m mm mm m m m&
H (clool Supplies. 3
It is with satisfaction that the Ihtr
lington ltouto makes tho following
announcement regarding this year's
Tho dates which have been fixed
for these excursions are August 22,
Sept. 12, and October 10. On them,
all railroad agents west of St. Louis
and Chicago will sell round-trip tickets
to Uurlinuton Houto stations in Ne
braska, Kansas, Colorado, South Da
kota and Wyoming, at extremely low
ratce. Tickets will be good for 20
days and will admit of stop-over on
ho going trip at any point west of
the Missouri Itivcr.
Thent fcts brought te the notice ol
the residents ef the different stalls
reached by the llurlington Houto in
order that they may inform their
friends in the Hast that, during the
next few months, three unequalled
nppurtunitiiS of coni'iig West will
The Passenger Department of the
Burlington lloutc will gladly nid the
pioplo of the towns along its lines in
their efforts to induco J-Listcrn peo
pie to avail themselves of the advan
tages of these hoiiicsc"kers' excursions.
The undersigned on request, will not
only mail t any ucmicu auilrcps
supply of advertising matter, but he
will also bo pleased to put interested
parties in tho way of obtaining the
most favorablo rates of fare.
Ocn'l Pass'r Agent litirliugton Route
Our line of the above goods is corn
ed plelc and prices the lowest.
s Dcyo & Grice.
mam m m iu m uiiumuiuiUiuuuR
ITAne $ ihe condition of your$f 1$ your Mir. 4rif,hw$hl
brittle? Dot$ U pUt at the tnd9 Xttt$ U a Uft$$t mppfnt
Doc$ it fait out tehtn tombed or orueAett? X$ U Mil 9f trnfrtngt
Doti your cafj itcht I it dryorinah9ateenttUnt !
nro ioiiio o tour $ymptom$ be warned in time er veil trill iNim
C SKOOKUH BOOT HAIR GROWER!
I what you
noert. in production ! not an aecldtnt, but the remit of eelnUfla i
nliMicaor tho illicMrsof tlio titlr nd icalp lad w bj dUooTtrrof how
i. "'Sltoolcum"coiitln nellbtr mlnorkli oor olll. It II net BPf. but
k upiiRiiiriiiir cooiiwr ami rerriininit Tonio. ur wmuiauBg in louwiia, m nuf
altlnu linlr,ciiretiliinilrujfandfirinc$hatronbatdhtaai. ...
tar-Krcn (ho raticl-n. healtlijrand frc from lrrlUtlngniBttomi,fef IheOM
of f,kooi.Min Skin hmv. U doiirori paraiuio initctt, vMA fu& on mni 4ttm
If your druMttil cannot ennply Too, nd dlriet tow, and we wtMfjfWMj
THE SK00KUM ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
87 South Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.
STRAWBERRY SUN PRESERVES.
thrown from thfir hones, wagons
vrrecked, people injured on tho train,
&-j. At one time when tho cleiks had
bename very tired, a collection was
taken up which secured 20 which
was givon the clerks to rocced nnd
rilievo tno many jicojuo nu wtrc
tired out witini? for their papers.
Sotno good horses wcra sold before
tho race or 90 a noou so mat 110
ownors could make the race by train,
aud not be bothered by horses with
no ferd, as tho strip hnd been burned
How They Aro Mado In the Old Virginia
Mouir and How Thojr Tuxtc.
It Is a curious fact, but well known
U aolentirlc folks and to experienced
house-wives, that tho direct action of
tho aun is at once surer nnd moro satis
factory than that of any other known
So when you learn It is n tradition of
old Virginia cookery to preserve straw
berries in tho bun in place of over tho
stovo there Is llttlo occasion for sur
prise, but only an opportunity to roal
izo how much thoso famous cooks can
The berries treated after tho follow
ing; roolpo nro both richer and moro
perfect than thoso prepared in any
The object of tho glass is of courso
only thnt of concentrating the neat,
and the effect is not dissimilar to that
known to every child who has played
at tho old trick of burning the bkin by
catching one of old Sol's rays upon u
bit of broken glass.
Tho peculiar purity of tho sweetness
combined with tho succulent redness
In this sun-cooked prchcrvo gives a sug
L'cstlon of sotno oriental conscrvoj and
wero it posslblo to consider such an
anomaly, tho fruit might bo described
by the term "liquid crystalteation."
Tho borrlcs seem to bo purmuntud
with tho sun's sweetness in nddltion to
their own, and tho sirup becomes rich,
puro and clear as sirup can be.
Tho berry rotalns Its sliapo and comes
unbroken from tho jar, which alonu is
cause sufficient for recommending this
Tho Vimlnla rulo requires tnrec-
quarters of a pound of sugar to a pound
Tho sugar Is mixed with just enough
water to wot it and put it on to boll.
It is to bo taken oft boforo it thickens
much, nnd poured over tho strawber
ries. Then tho uerrtcs aro set in tno
sun two days, covered with a p.ino of
glass. They aro occasionally stirred.
On tho third day pour off tho sirup
nnd boll it ugaln it will bo found much
thinned by the julco of tho fruit.
While boiling drop In a lump of alum
tho slzo of tho top of your llttlo liuger.
Pour tho hot sirup over tho berries and
set In tho sun again under glass.
Tho next day pour all Into tho pre
serving kottlo nnd boll until the berries
nlumn up. Thon sot in tho sun ugaln
for a day. Tho next morning seal tlio
preserve in small jars with branded pa
per on top.
Strawberries preserved in this mnn-
ner nover mold nor ferment. They aro
delicious for roll puddings, for illllng
The Lowest Worhl'M I'nlr IIiiIck
ly the Uuriingtou Route will hi in effect
September loth nnd 11th, when agents
in Nebraskn nnd Kenias will Roll round
trip tickotn to Chicago ut the one wny
rate. No iuch favorable opportunity as
this of seoing tho Groat Fair will over
again prrsont itself. Do not, therefore,
allow it to clip by unimproved. Ask the
local agent of the llurlington Tlouto for
full information nhotit tho specially re
duced World's Fair rates of (September
10th nnd 11th. They're tlio lowest over
Persons troubled wilh chronic diar
rheal should try Chiiniborlnln'd Colic,
Cholera nnd Dinrrliu Henudy. Many
caflfB lmvu been cured by it nftur nil else
had failed nnd skilled physicians were
powei Ices. PorsalobyDej o &. tl rice.
When in llivertonbomirnsinil stop at
tho Hanks house. S1.0O per day. iiv
ory In connection. By far tho moat pleas
ant placo in Hiverton.
The Army Hill
Is not tho ono that worrioa us but the
doctor's bill. Keep a supply of Hoggs'
Fnmily Medicines on lirnd and reduce
jour doctor's bills 'J5 per cent. Hold by
Deyo .fc Orlco.
Wright keeps the best gacolino stove
in tho markot.
Goto Sherwood nnd Albright for your
groceries. They keop ti'o best in town.
Wamt.ii:-Men to sell our hardy vari
eties of Nursery Stock, our own growing.
Salary or commission. Answer with
rofercnccH, L. G. Bragg & Co.. Kalama
Those WoimIciTiiI UIiiiiIn In
If j on wish to seo thoni call mi I)oo fc
Gncouudiisk for Hoggs Little Uiant
I'llli. Kvury bottle guaranteed.
rirst CIiihn lloardlUK
Mr S. Bajlcs wiches to nnnouncoto
tho public that he is prepared to tako
boarders at $11.50 per week, sleeping
included. Apyly at -1th Avenue
Coal, flour and reed.
Don't you forgot that L. V. Al
.5 ght sells moro coal, flour or feed for
rl than any one. bee him
Aueucy Tire, lMulitiiiiiK and Tor
Written in tho best nnd oldest com
panies, nt lowest rates. Call and sen mo
Olllco over post olllce, lied Cloud, Nob
A ew .Bone
On tho livor. When it is out of order
and you foel bluo, try u few dopes of
Hoggo Little Oitmt Pills. Your livor will
apprtciuto the joke. So will jou. For
sido by Dojo xtirifo.
a. 11. ;.
Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption
result from 11 neglected co.tgh or cold.
Don't neglect but cnr promptly with a
fow doses of llegirs' Chorry Cough Syrup
Sold by Di-yo AGrico.
or Course Us a llnrgain.
1 paid $1,70(1.00 cash fot tho Shlrey
property and now oUnr tho snmo for 81,
800.00. $1,700 00 cnih , nnd S'.M.OO (mar
gin) on or boforo li! months, nt 7 per cent
This pionerty would b cheap at "2.500.
in good times. John M. Cini'i'i.v.
To many lndios is how to keop their
hair in curl on rainy dajs. Tho solution
is easy. Ask Dojo A Grico for Nonpar.
ril lluir curler and the pur.lo will bo
MlitHTIAN C'lmrcli-Horvlces Sunday at 10:30
J a in ntid 7:30 1 m: Hiiii.luy school Rtianeon
Y 1 s 0 K at omo p in and V V o K Juniors at
(iON(lltK(IATIONAr. fllnirch-ScrvlCM at lOt
.i n 111, nnil 7:ao p in: Similar ncliool ntiltM
11 m, Yl'HU K at C::w p 111 nnd V 1" 8 O K Jun
lorw at 4 p in.
AfKTIIOMHT 'liurrli-5ervlco at 10 JO a. m.
"L and 7 :.io n.ni.. Kiiworlli league at CUM p.
m. H11 iiilnv Hcliool at II JO p. in.
ll'l.scorAl, Clmrcli-Hcrvlces every two
lJ weoks. Iiy appointment.
I UIHKItAN Church-livery third Hunday
tJ inoniliitf at in o'clock.
JA I IIUI.SO Clmrcli-Hcrvlces Iiy apiMtlutment.
iAI"HST(:iiiircli-No ri'Riilar services. Him
" (l.iyHcliool(ri'Kulttr)iituoou. 11 Y f U at
ii:an p in.
4'llAt'll,-nuii(tuvsclioolutsp in ororr bun-I'-'
o u w-
ICaeli atltrnato Tuosiluy ever'
BI'.N Adhom ldKe So 180; I O O Fert
I - It'll I Mnilil I ...Iifa Vn T-Ml rk.l -.. Iliuirfnifl.
" of Aiiierlnk. ultcrimlo Wedni'sday evonlne
VAM.I.V MxtKo No r., KrateniKt Order of Pro
ti)ctor, llrsl and llilrd Monday ot each
( 1IIA1IITV lidiju No 63 A K and A M each
Krhliiy uvriiliit; on or In-fore the full moon.
UC1) Cloud Chapter No 10, HAM alternate
'I liursdiiy evening.
CiYRUKI. Coiiiiiiandery No 14 alteruateThurs
' diy ovcnlni;.
MIAltlTY Chaptfr KnMorn Star No 47 alter
- natu Idcnduy evenliiK.
MoNitt will oxchango Hour and feed
at cash prices, for corn.oalii or potatoes
at nun hot prices
Tayi.oii keeps the largest and hcht
selected stock of wall paper ever
brought to Hod Cloud.
Am. fanoy rockera 15 per cent discount
of :i0 dm e. V. V. TAYi.on.
See W. V. Wright's for the unant gopo-
line atoveain the city of ltd Cloud.
New hay can bo had by leaving orders
A Woboter county fnrm, of KX) acres,
with well finished fruino houco, ntabh',
1(H) acietj funced in to p-isturo, over .10
head of cattlo, over 10 hogs, over aOO
biiKhsIn of corn; olfcr all for nshoittuno
fur tho email mini of W.100. A good
nralrio farm of 1C0 acres with 110 im
provements, prico 81,050. 80 uores in
Jewel county. Kansan, 81, 1C0. 80 ucies
in Jewel county Kiuu'.ih, 8I,.'500. Im.
pmvrd V bHtercounty rat 111 ot ltiUncri'H,
prico i!,0Ci). (ii.oi;i: O. Vi:iHhit, ugt,
Ued Cloud, Neb.
GjAl!l'li:i.D Post No sod A H Monday even
' tint on or before tlio full moon.
fj Alt l-I i:i,l W K 0 No 14 meets alternate 8at
v nnl:iv Afternoon.
MAUY Si:i:itS McllKNltYTentNollUaught
ei of Veli'riiiK Monduyevfiilnif.
Nrt K AI.l'.Y Camp No as, 8 or V Tuesday eve-lllllLT.
Ulli:itMAN(:ircloNo3. ladles of the O
J lint ami third .Satin day evening.
IJ i:ii Cl.Otll) Council No is LnyalMyatlo reg
v Ion ot America first and ttilrU I'rlday eve-
lliielilcn'H Ainlfit Salve.
Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts,
I...HU. con.H. Tllcurrt. Salt rhouni. fever
BoreB, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, nnd ull skm oruptions, and posi
tivjly uuros piles, or no piy required. It
iH ('UnriinlW'll W gIVO puritiub imiinmuuuii
or inonov refunded. JMIco i!f conta por
box. Forsule by Cotting" tf
Hay! Hay! Hay!
Ilids will bo received nt tho lted Cloud
Mnrblo Works for 50 tons of lhflt class
prairio hay, to bo delivered ut lted uiouii
all properly utackod and weighted, liny
to Bt-ind in tho staolt no dnjs bororo it is
moasured. 8 cubio feet to constitute n
Sewing - Machines
off, and hay sold ut bO coutn and j tnrtS 0P iuyer cake und to servo with
per hundred. glass custards, but most toothsome of
ull with urn uoimnton "ucatcn umuuu.
Literary Aunt "Aro you fond of
Crabbc's Tules, EdnaV" Ildna "Don't
know, aunty, I've nover cnten them,
but I lovo the meat lu lobster's legs."
Than tako in uiiy other form In what
many pcoplo think and Parks' Tea is
mado for Juct theso folks. It euros con
Btipntion nnd though not n cathnitlo
moves tho bowels ovory day. Sold by C.
When Uaby was stclr, a e-ito her CMtorla.
When bho was a Clill.1, oho cried for Castoria.
When iho Itccnnie lls, bho clung taCuktot la.
W Uca the had Clilldrcu, U.0 gavo tluia C'ottorl
r.. v..ii,,.., I'oni.li. iinii.rislilint defendaiit.
von 1110 lien-l'V iiollllid th.it 011 tho lS!h "lay, of
m-111". he . IKW.tho mi.li rolunuit plaint III tiled
lu Hie tllil rh't court nf WVljiteryiniily. Nehr.iH.
lell'IOII H til SU IMI. Ill" '."JV-T l (U.M
iiiaii"i of which aiolo pronuio trrm Mm a iln
crce of iiinoluio dUorce, and (.hiuijso her 11.11110
(Mill Hum Ii to Howl.
You aro llicri'tmii rnpilrcd mainwernild lie.
tlllou nil o. lii"l'1."'''"V.tlin!"iiliiliy.l
llilll'i, lu, or jiiiii -ii.i... ..... "'"', '"
II i.UII lite.l u 'l .lll.'.w ivminnt mv-
S. E. COZAD
lifts it fine Hue of Sewing. Ma
chines and Organs from $25
Also keeps nil klndi or Machine
ninppllei. Doc repairing
promptly, Call and tee no.
Children Cry for
HTAIK !' i:illtBKA j.
In thu in.UIti ol the citato of I). C, hmiUcr,
To iiu'i'ei'vin luleii'?teil la tho tot.lto of I), C.
VciuiM luuieiiy nmiiii-ii ui.iiuii ur u "..
of Auuut. iK'i. Aiuwi I. MiioHer lulmliilstrii-.
tiixot said tSli.to tiled Hit M'lltle.1 I'tl J oil hi
iho I'oiintv euiiit of our sttii county of WnhMi r
aslilniT fni 11 dual Mttleiiii'iit, tor tlio nllinwiney
of iho lici'ouuinied In sild county eourl 011 the
aitn d .y ol Aiimiit. l'. and fur u dltvliargo as
Uiltiitulstl.llllx 01 Kai eMitie.
no grade below 80 per cent., arerage
'" vr.u mftfiiithcriiotiilHi thnt tho iiomlnu on qq T,cr 00nt, in all branches required
.1.1 ..miii, ,n uiil Im liinl In t ho eoiints' I'ourt -.1 T
room n( Mild enmity on the ."Jtli day ot m-pU'ia by law.
Lcr, ik. at s owjc. v$.vv V( Lvuul. Ju(li& d. m. Hunibb. Oouatj Supt.
Notice to Teaclien.
Notico is hereby givon that I will
oxuuiino all porsons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidate! for
teachers oftho public schools of this
couuty, at Rod Cloud on tho third
Saturday of each month.
Special examinations will be held
on tho Friday proceeding the 3d Sat
urday of each month.
The sLanding'Yoquircd for 2d and
lid grado certificates is the same no
rado below 70 per cent., average 80
por eetit; tor lirst grado ccrttnoate
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