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THE JIKD CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 26, 1894.
A. (MIohmkh, lMltor.
I.AliovTAir, AfBt tor-al Kdltor.
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
Dc Sure and Kcml Thin.
Our correspondents tiro doing some ex
cellent work nnd wo hopo that they will
continue to givo im all of tho nowu nn of
ten an possible. Wo nro by your cffortB
bio to give tho nows of tho cntiro county,
During tho coming year, wo propose to
five premiums to our correspondents for
faithful service, os follows:
To tho one who writes tho most
ofton wo will givo n prizo of (3.00
To tho 2d best 2.00
To tho 3d best 1.00
Any ono in tho county can competo,
provided there is not n correspondent in
yonr neighborhood ulreudy working for
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reword
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
l- J. CI1CNL V i. CO., Prop., Toledo, O.
We the uuderslgucd have known F. J.
Chtney for tho Inst 10 years, and behove
him perfeotly honorable in all business
transactions and llnnuclally able to cnrr
out any obligations tunde by tholr firm.
Vi-BT&TnUAX, Wholesale Drggists, Toledo
O. Waldi.no, Rinnan fc Mahvi.n, Whole
tie Druggist, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
actiag directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the at stem. Price 7fio. per
bottle. Bold by all Druggists. Testimon
Report or the Citizens' Commit
tee. Wo your committco submit the follow
iog report and recommendations. On
tho 20th dnv of decombor wo caused tho
arrest of tho woman hnown us Nettie
Kirk, piopriotress of tho house of ill
fume, nnd had her taken beforo Judgo
Duffy of tho county court. Sho unnlied
for u continuance of 30 days, or until
January loth, whiuh was granted and
ball fixed at (500. Failing to obtain bail
sho was remandod tojail Af tor remain
ing thero a numbor of days she submit
tod through her attornov a nronosition
that if tho prosecution wero dropped
and ebo discharged alio would poy tho
sum of 8115, that beinir tho nmount
of cost and expenses incurred, and lonvo
the town and never roturn. This prop
osition your committoo accented, and
within forty-eight houro eho paid tho
Bum and .loft tho town and has not
roturnod, Ab soon as siie was ntrcetcd
tho other inmutes of the Iioubo thought
it prudout to leavo tho city and hnvo
not slnco returned. Tho malo occununt
of the house upon threatening tho lives
or some or tho members of tho commit
too was arrested on n poaco warrant nnd
requirod to givo bonds beforo Judgo
Duffy of (500. IJoing unable to do bo ho
was placed id juil. Twonty-four hours
imprisonment was Bulllcient to induco
him to apologize to said mombore of
your committco und induco him to leave
town with a promise never to roturn,
upon tho committoo agreeing to let him
Your conimltteo cougrauliitca tho citi
zens of Rod Cloud thut this notorious
house of prostitution is tomnornrilv nt
loast Buppresscd. It only remains for
xno citizens to Beo that it is kept sup
pressod. To the end thnt thin nnd uim
establishmontB may not again obtain n
roothoia in this city, wo recommend tho
appointment by tho city council of u
competent mnn us murshull. Tho city
is at present paying for tho sen ices of
atroot cemmissionor tho sum of u ,
month whon tlioro is not a dollur in tho
city treasury to bo expended on the
streets; ulso to tho samo officer R ,...-
month us water coramissionernnd $8 per
month ob city clork. Your committee
uoiieves that theso olllcos could 1 ...,.
aolidatod with that of city ninrshull, and
a man competent und w im? to till ,..
place secured wlio would rinm It i.io
duty to did tho city council nnd the
citizens to Keep establishments of this
charaoter closed, nnd otherwiBo uid in
tho improvement of tho city.
"Your committo recommends that a
pjtltion to that effect bo presented by
tho citizoiiH to tho council mid that tho
citizens themselves form an organization
with tho object in viow of enforcing tho
8. II. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis , was
troubled with Neuralgia nnd Rheumatism
his Stomach wbh disordered, hi Liver
was affeotod to an alarming degree, nppe
tlU fell away, and he was terribly roduced
in flesh nnd strength. Throe bottles of
bleotrlc Dittors cured him.
IMward Shepherd, Harrioburg, III., had
a running soro on his leg of eight yenra
standiou. Used three bottks of Klectric
Bitters and seven boxes of Unoklmi' a.
nica Snlvj, and his leg is sound and well.
John Speaker, Ci.tawnbn, O, hud five
large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said
he was incurable. Ono bottle Ulectrio
Hitters and ono box Huckleu's Arnica
Halve cured hlui entirely. Gold by O,
When Baby was sick , n e pare her Clitoris.
When she u a ClillJ, sho cried (or Castorla,
Whan she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When she bad Children, she gave them Castorl
daub ham, i ouicit
"If you don't look better, feel bolter
eat bettor nnd r-leep butter, bring it back"
That is what we Buy when we fell n bot
tle of "Parks' Sore Care," If j on aro iiot
fooling juit right, if yoar limd actios;
your stomach diutroison yen; If you are
''out of sorts" Bud don't know what tho
tronblo Is, why don't ou try bottle on
this gntanteed plan? "We will take tho
ohancos if you will take Iho medicine."
Two Now Havon men paid for 1,000
dlunerB for tho poor on ono day.
Do not bo misled by socalled cheap
prices, but seo W. W. Wright for good
good and low prices.
An incrnational workingmen'e congress
1b to bo hold ut Milan, Italy.
A Dead Open nnd Shut
And no foolishnots. Hogg's Cherry
Couirh Hvrun will euro whore all others
fall. Hold and warranted by uovo
Jack Corbctt will probably bo on Uos
Moines' pay roll.
Money ennnot bny n bettor family mod-
iciuo than Dr Biiwjer's Family Cure It
I the result of long experience and will
positively euro difficulties of tlmStomaoh,
Liver, Kidneys and Dowels. DoyoA; Orice
Sioux City gets a scrappy third baeo
men in Jack Nowoll.
Ilenditcliv nnd Indigestion
Can be cured. If yon dou't believe it try
llegg's Little Oiant Pills. Bold and war
ranted by DojoA Grlce.
with Arthur Irwin.
has joiuod forces
Ladies: For diseases of women you will
And Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles will reaoh the
difficulty directly and constitntisually bet
ter than any other remedy. Deyo Jt Orico
Tho Colonels hnvo givon Ocorgo Pink
ney his release
"During Mis piUetnlc of la grippe
Chamberlain's Cough Ilsmedy took the
lead here and was inuoh bettor liked than
otner eecgh medicine." II. M. Bangs,
druggist, Chatsworth, III. The grip is
math the same as a very severe cold and
requires presistly the same treatment.
This Remedy is prompt and effeotual and
will prevent any tendency of the disease
toward pneumonia. For sale by Deyo Jc
Jim C. Nolan owns a
half interest in
Parks' Sure Cure is n posltivo specific
for women who are all "run down" and at
certain times are troubled by back-aches
Jimmy Cannvan has resigned with
The persistent cough whioh usually fol
lows an attaok of tho grip can be perman
ently cured by taking Chamberlain's
Cough llomedy. W. II. McQuire of Mo
Kay, Ohio, says; "La Grippe left me with
a sovere cough. After using soveral dif
ferent medicines without relief, I' tried
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which
efTeoted a permanent euro. I havo found
it to bo withoot an equal for children,
when troubled wlMi colds or croup. LT
and CO cent bottles for sale by Dejo &
Jack Pickott got a judgmont of $3,000
against tho Baltimore Club.
About a year ago I took a violent attaok
of la grippe. I coughed day and night
for abont six weeks; my wife then sug
gested that I try Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. At tirst I could see no difference,
but still kept taking it, and soon found
thnt it was whut I needed. If I got no
relief from one dose I took another, nnd
it was only a few days until I was free
from the cough. I think people in gen
eral ought to know tho value of this re
medy, and I tako pleasure in acknowledg
ing the benefit I havo received from it.
Madison MusTAnD.Otway, Ohio. 25 and
GO cent bottles for sale by Dojo &. Orice.
Tho capital etock of tho Sioux City
has been increased to 16,000.
If you want a reliable dyo that will
rotor an even brown or black, and will
please and satisfy you every time, use
Buckingham's Dye for tho Whiskers.
lienor's Barb Wire Liniment for all cuts
on cattle and horsos; it is the best on
earth. For sale by Deyo and Orios.
Tho Honncaters, as ubiiuI, will get into
trim at Charlottesville, Vu.
New method to learn German. Tako
Ht.ller's little German Pills. For tale by
Deyo and Qrtce.
Johnny Ward has gono to Florida to
shoot and Huh nnd eco tho flight.
Teach your children how to'save. Just
think, ono penny a week for a year will
buy a inrgo bottle of Bailor's Sure Cnro
Cough Svrnp nnd euro coughs for the
whole family. For sale by Deyo it Orice,
Sandy ("irifltii, tho Deacon, ia coaching
tho St. Johns college team.
Don't Forget! f
That's what Brown's wife called out to
him don't forget to get u bottle of Bai
ler's Hsrsaparilla, it's so nice. For sale
Up to dato Dan Shannon has express
eJ no deuiro to return to Omaha.
Now Try This.
It wilt oost you nothing and will surely
do yon good, if yon have a Cough, Cold,
or any tronblo with Throat, Cheat or
Lungs. Dr. King's Now Discovery for
Consumption, Cougns nnd Colds is guar
anteed to givo rolief, or monoy will be
paid back, Sufferors from La Qrippo
found it Just the thins and under its use
had a speedy and perfeot recovery. Try
ii samplo bottle at our expenso and learn
for yourself just how good n thing it Is
Trial bottles free at C, I.. Cotting'd Drug
store. Largo size W)o. and fl.OO.
Children Cry for
Red Cloud, January 23.1. 1891.
Board mot at 10 n. ni., nnd adjourned
for tho want of a quorum to meet nt 1
o'clock p. m.
Ono o'clock p. in., board convened pur
suant to adjournment, A. II. llotfmun,
chairman, 12 mernhcin present.
Tho following business wus dono to
wit: Potitlon of L. M. Crablll nnd others
asking the board to appropriate l5o to
Datin township tn repair road commenc
ing at the bw corner Boction 30-3-11, run
nlng north ono half mllo on section line
botween section 30-311 nnd Boction 35-8
12. Committee recommended that peti
tion bo laid over.
Movod and carried thnt tho following
official bonds be approved.
S. K. Conrad, Constable.
W. E. Reynolds, Constable.
Henry Dmttchcr, O. II. R. D. No. 00.
Committee on settlement with county
judgo made tho following report:
Wo, your committco on Bottling with
tho county judgo, havo lookod tho books
over nnd found them to bo correct bo far
as wo aro nble to discover. Wo find tho
amount of receipts for tho year 1903 to
bo 6739. Wo Hud tho boolCR and every
thing in hie ofilco in good condition.
W. II. NorriB,
A. II. Sprachc'r,
Moved und carried that the report bo
Committee on roads and bridges mado
the following report regarding tho peti
tion of J. U. Brunor and others asking
for un appropriation to build a bridge
across Farmers crcok botwoen section
17 nnd 18, town 2, range 12, Inavale:
Wo recommond the roturn of tho peti
tion iib the samo is not n proper petition
P. C. Zimmerman.
Movod and carried that the report of
committco bo approved and clerk ordorcd
to roturn petition.
Petition of J. M. Edgcrton and others
asking for tho location of n county road
commencing at tho BE corner of section
35, nnd S W corner of section 30, town 1,
range 9, running duo north on and
through said sections, and to build n
bridge across tho creek running through
eaid sections, GG feet long and 15 feot
above low water mark.
Movod that tho potitlon be rocoived
and that GG feet of tho old bridge at
Guido Rock be used for the building of
said bridgo, and that an appropriation
not to execod 175, or bo much thereof os
ia necessary for the purpose of flooring
the bridge, be made aa tho county has
means on hand to pay said appropriation.
'Amended by moving that the petition
bo laid over nntil next meeting.
Motion as amended carried.
Movod and carriod that the claim of
Chris Fasslor for $278.50 for extra clerk
hire bo nllowod and warrant drawn for
Moved and carriod that board adjourn
to uicot Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock
Wednesday, January 21, 9 u. m., board
convoncd, A. II. Hoffman chairman, 13
Moved that county treasurer bo auth
orizod to pay Rozin Stickley 50 per cent
out of tho warrant that was allowed him
at last meeting for work on bridge,
which warrant was applied on tax crodit
and that tho county treasurer upply the
othor 50 per cent on taxes as per ordor
of the former meeting. Motion lost.
Committoo on bonds reported tho fol
lowing ofiloial bonds for approval:
J. E. Chrisman, Treasurer Denver
J. S. Buster, Justice Poaco Beaver
J. S, Buster, O. H. R. D. No. 15.
Moved and carriod that the bonds be
Adjourned till 1 p. m.
One o'clock board convenod, Hoffman
chairmun, 15 members presont.
In tho mattor of the application of
George Ka-hler and August Honirichs
for relict on taxes for tho year 1891
amount of $27.50 on mill property, Bluo
Committee reported on same as fol
lows. Wo, your committee, would recom
mond that tho requoet bo rejected nnd
tho tax collected, as wo find thouchodulo
properly signed. A. W. Cox,
Report of committco was adopted.
Application of Emiliuo Smyth for as
sistance as tho wife of Henry Smyth,
mi old Boldier, who is at tho soldiers'
home at Grund Island, roforreU to com
mittee, whioh reported ns foliowe:
Wo refer this to Biuo Hill village.
A. W. Cox,
On motion report of committee was
Moved and carried that the county
treasurer bo authorized to collect tho
personal tax of Bates Smith k Co., us-eet-aod
for personal property in tho year
1891, und to collect tho eamo by suit c
otherwise, and thut the board protect
tho troasuror for all necessary costs in
tho collection of said tax.
Potition of J. II. Carey and otliars of
Oak creek township, asking for an ap
propriation of 8100, or bo much thereof
as ia necessary to build a bridge across
Oak creok on section line between sec
tion 10 and 11, T i, R 1).
Committee recommended that tho pc
gnnjrtwl, and ttost ttrey un all ttwtfd
lumber thoy con out of tho old Guido
Spon vote, motion was lost.
Moled und Hccondcd that tho potition
bo granted, and thut an appropriation of
8100, or to much thereof us in nceoteary
bo ni lout d for building tho bridgo whon
ovortlitiois money in tho treasury to
pay for same, and to usr. ns much of tho
Guido Rock bridgo lumber aa can bo
used, Motiou carried.
County nttornoy was called upon to
givo hl.s opinion regarding tho appro
priating of money for bridge. County
attornoy statod that the board bad no
authority to contraot for debts until
the county had somo fund or moans on
which to pay for same. Moved and
seconded that tho motion be recom
mended Ayes nnd nays wero called
for. Ayes Watt, Kindscher, Hill,
Norris, Schultz, Kaley, Louis. Irons.
Fight votes. Nays Laird, Zimmer
man, Hummel, Crablll, Cox, McCall,
Hoffman. Seven votos. Motion lost.
Petition of Chai. Hunter and others
asking for tho location ot n road com
mencing at tho bw 35-2 running theuco
south on section lino betweon sections
2 and 3 towns 2 and 3 raugo 12, to the
Republican river, a dutanco ot about
ono mllo. Committoo reported as fol
lows: Roturned for want oi money. P. C.
Moved that rule sixteen bo be sus
pended in order to act on the abovo po
titlon. Motion lost. On motion re
port of commilteo wns approved.
In the mattor of the application of
William Pavoy asking to be admitted
to tho soldiers' and sailors' home at
Grand Island, on motion the appllca
tion was granted.
Moved and carried that the former
action on tho petition of Chas. Huntor
and others asking for road south ol In
avalo bo reconsidered and granted.
On motion thochair appointed a com
mittco to wait upon W. N. Richardson
and see what arrangements could be
mado for tho right of way for the road
outh of Inavalo, to report Thursday
morning. G. W. Hummell, Jas. Watt
and A. H. Kaloy, committee.
Jacob Kindchur, chalrmnn of the old
bridgo committee and sale ot lumber
from the old bridge, reported that he
had money on hand from the sale ol
old lumbor to tho nmount of $37.
Moved and carried that the $37 bo
turned over to the county treaiuror.
Moved that tho county troasurer bo
instructed to transfer tho monoy ob-
tallied by the Bale of tho Guidu Rock
bridgo lumber to the general fund ot
Adjourned 'until Thursday morning.
Beginning with a small local snlo in a
retail drugitors, the business of Hood's
Ssrsaparilla has stoadily increased until
thoro is soarcely a village or hamlet in
the United States whore it is unknown.
To-day Hood's Ssrsaparilla stands at
the head in the medicine world, admired
in prosperity and envied in merit by
thousands of would-be competitors. It
ImB a larger sale than nny other medicino
before the American public, nnd probably
greater than all. other, sarsaparillas and
blood purifiers combined.
Bach success proves merit.
If you are sick, is It not tho rxedicine
for you to you? Hood' Ssrsaparilla cures,
i i n i m ii i
West Plainh, Mo., Jan. 10, 1891.
Editor Chirp: If you will givo this
a space in your paper I will promiso you
not to bother you again for n week or
ten days, anyway. In reply to the littlo
artioln Bro. Gust (ob ho dooms himself)
had ublished in your paper of tho 12,
will Bay tnat l no not believothe brother
imonuou 10 miBruprosoni snjining out
think ho haa been dealing with a person
who was fishing for buckera ami ho has
bitton, us I have done mjsolf on two oc
casions we .havo Iota ot flsberwon bora
of that kind. Tho brother stated that
you could eco nothing hore but timbors,
stamps and stones, it is nocceesary to'
havo stumps whoro you havo timber and
timber whoro you have etnmps, the rocks
wo could do without but aa they aro
horo wo should not kick, and I wonid
rathor contend with rocks than hot winds
Ho iiIbo Bnid that he woro a new plow
out in plowing u 20 aero Hold, will cay
ho suroly plowed 6umo placo beside Mr.
Chanoy'e farm, for his farm is almost
entirely clear of rock, and no doubt hie
plow is new to him but tho man he got it
of at Red Cloud could toll how it was
used beforo he Bold it to tho brothor.
In regard to produce, potatoes 7Go as
stilted, buttor from 15 to 25c as havo
Hui.l iibove they are fishing many bitos
and jots 25cent buttor; another person
cornea ia and will got nearly the samo
quality for 15 or 0' cents; eggs 15; hay
will cuarunteo to buy IDO tons in twelve
hours from 8 to 89 per ton; you may
pay moro by buying one sing,
toed stores, but tno general prices are
given above; best corn 35cents; wages
uro OOcts, to $1.25 por day; enrpontering
is better iu tho summer than in tho wint
er; buildings are going up rapidly.
I must tuiy I like the country very much
und hnvo purchased me a homo within
two miles of town, am going to build
next month. A. Calmkh.
Children Cry foi
Pitcher's Cat torla
Children Cry for
pjtohef ' OMtof k
Jt JJ ifKH
Peoples Bank of Red Chud,
Red Cloud, Nkdraska,
Transact a General Banking Business,
Special attention pven to Collections.
Bunking Offijc in Miucr Bmj Siore
WRIGHT ! WRIGHT ! WRIGHT !
Wright is the Man.
He has the largest line of Stoves in Red
You can not afford to mist teeing Lis stock before buying
as you will lose money.
W. W. Wright, the Hardware Man.
Closing Out I
Don't fail to call. Note tho following prices:
Six inch Elbow, 10c
Six inch Steel Stove Pipe, 16c.
Strap Hinges, 10c
Nails, retail 5 lbs for IDo
Wood Frame Clothos Wringer. $1.75
Mrs Potts Niekle plated Sd Irons, $1.00
Warranted Steel Scoup Shovel, socket sttap, 65o
4 tine Manure Fork, -JO j.
Piitont L'ft Tunlsr Lantern 60o
Tublar Lantern Globe, 5o
No 8 Copper Bottom Tea Kettl, 40o
K ipo, 8o por lb.
No 8 Copp-r Wash Boiler $1.75
5 gallon Galvanized O-l Cat! GOo.
The B.ist Powder, 25o per pound
Theso am only a few of our pnccB, as far as the quality of our goods ore
concerned. WE DEI'T ouroompititors to carry any hotter, and our prices on
everything aro t AY BELOW all couip. titii.n.
Ws w.ll sell you Skate at prices that our oompotitois pay for thciu.
Remember if you fil to call on us you wiU. loao money.
A. MORHA11T & SON.
Joo Walsh haa already boon designated
as the CornhuBkors captain this season.
Diseases peculiar to women are posti vely
and thoronghly cured by Dr. Sawyer's
Pastilles. Ask your druggist for a free
sample package. Deyo & Qrloe.
Hugh Nicol is being pushod by friends
for manager of tho St. Louis Browns.
For pains in the ohest theie is nothing
better than a flannel cloth saturated with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on
over the seat of pain. For aalo by Deyo
Con StrathorB wants to pluy first and
manage the Rock Island team.
Ladies can be thoronghly and positively
relieved from all those irregularities and
distressing symptom, which aro peculiar
to her sex, by using Dr. Hnwjer's Pnstllles.
Undo Nick Young haa bad 100 npph
cations for umpircship in the National
league. Bravo men I
Park Wilson, Dave Rowo'b fiend, will
bo New York's star backstop noxt season.
Begga L'lierry CourIi f-)rup.
Ihe greatest BLd best Cough Syrup.
It will relieve a cough quioker, surer and
more effectually than any thing on the
market. 8old and warranted by Deyo &
Dr. 8awyer's Pastilles used in time will
oum nu dhbb or lemaie wesKness, a rue
sample packnge can be hud from the fil
lowing named drogglnt. Deyo & Orice,
HTATR OF NKIIKAHKA. I
In the county court tn all pcrvnn Interested
It. the estate of Anna H idileok (Jei:-inil.
Whereas, l.ludqulst lut tiled In the -on-ity
court of WebMer chi nty.oetir.i4li.tH duly m.
fled petition praMmrtu have admitted to pro
tinto a reruin InitrutueM liiwntliiK previous
ly filed In tin- county court ot Weiiter county.
Nebraska, purportlnc to he the hut ftlll au'l
tesUment of Amu Ha-flleck, dlsea-ed. lato of
said county, which will relatt to both real and
Whereupon t lmv appointed Saturday Ihe
27lh dav r January moi, at 10 nMook in Urn
(nt' noou at my ofllro In l(, d Cloul, Mild county
as tho trrm and place fur pruvlni slid will at
whhh time nnd pUco you and nlipemons con
cerned m.ty appear and cunteit the probate of
It nt further ordered thnt thn iiimmia,. .iu.
nutlet to all persons Inteicited Iu said oMuto
" iuu iiriiurnio ui i mi petition, alio or tho
time and placo set for hearliiB tho Mine by '
caiHiiij ii conv or the foifRo nir order tit he
Dll )1 S llOtl 111 tllH ItKU l'l.nill I'M. ..1.1.
puiiusnoii in tiw nan ruiiii) chuck a nows-
PAper puhllMiecl In said rmtnty for three we"ki ,
luccesslvoly previous to tho day set for stld
, In wIi'iicm whereof I havo hereunto set rav
?.n.aAff8inB?J."aMW 'u"y court
" " w WMlluai A3f7V
s8t Jans nvrrr,
The IMIfMVInter Exposition.
TKo low-rates to California now offered
by the Burlington route, constitute an
unequalled opportunity of visiting that
land of sunshine, fruit and ijawers,
On account of tho mid winterezposition
California's World's fair agentB uro
now selling round trip tickofs fo San
trancisco, Los Angeles, Sun Bdrnardino,
San Diego, etc., nt W5.C0. Tickets nro
good to return until April 30, 1801, and
aro yory liberal ub regards Btop overs and
transit limits. Wide choico of routes
going und returning. This 'is tho voar
of years to vslt California, nnd tho Bur
lington 1b tho route of routes to gothoro.
Ask your nearest ticket sgont for tiill
information, or write to J, Francis, gon
ral pasMngtr and ticket agent, Omaba,
W. A. Slienvootl,
"yANTKU-Horse.' at Pcn-non's agricultural
WANlKii-ToKrlmt y.mr sclisori.-Uutcli,.
" Inson'it b irlier shop. r
poll HALE-a good horse, apply .u thlsofflce.
WANIKD-ANiudeiit utliu Meiiuuu photo-
WAfi;,)l07,""2l," La' bomo ol m "iX
,T stoes. Dad Unrkley.
'I iI,KW,c.T,.u wl" '"oet lnh Mr-. J. W.
. .....mHnu tllr muni n iii .muuMry.
wiaaa;nt.',uwty ortrado rorone
TKD Til hill I nln.nl, I in .......... .
will pay oiieOmlt cent -uch loi nil values
r.ixmt i i;orriNn.
WOll AI.k-I lmo:tmmlT ol hnlce Thor-
Notice to Teachers.
Notioe is hereby given that I will
examine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers ofthn publio schools of this
county, at Bed Cloud on tho third
Saturday of each month.
Special examination') will bo hold
on tlia Friday proceeding the 3d Sat
urday of each month.
Tin standiou required for 2d and
3d grade certiGoatcs is tho same no
grad below 70 per cent., avorage 80
per ecut; for flrst grade oertifioato
no urado bolow 80 per cent., average
90 per cent, iu all branches remiimil
I). M. HtTNlIit County Supt.
ft'i-w Iteul Estate Firm,
J. II. DAVIS d SQN,
Loan and Insurance Agents.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Offloe with D. P. Trnnkey, Moon Block
Wo have located in Red
Cloud aiid will be pleat-ed to
have people who desire to anil
Al. j . -
their fariDH to Call and Ut
i.iA:. i j jV-T l
thfiir IntldU TUifll mi .
, A """ uo WO
ucvo c. totem uuyerri.
Call and Bee us.
J. II. PAVI & SOS
...,.,?h.HJ .???r V wl at public icitiua. th.
door nf the oourt-bauVe. ntVeU eVoud li? 8
Webiter county. NehniskH mi ....." ''
iiiKiieji oiuuer inr nnuti in .Hj .r:, u
iMSyr fe ?n. iM
(that being the
the 3d daj
of obruarv. a .
i'"ii "i l le noith-weit cmarior. and tiii iZii
Vro. K. coon, Hherllt.
, . mt . ' Tomu.nsom. iWitr, .
irwioniiiMiiw, rnrirra-i AXtwr.
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