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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1894)
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On every ens.li purclisifce fur Jnnuary of Hoots
nnd Shoo at our htoiv, we will giu the pur
eliaser Our .Profit.
It will he a splendid time to get new shoes?.
AVo need the money, you need the shoes.
Part of our goods at cost.
Some of them ot half price.
A few odds and ends at whatever wo can get.
The best and newest of them at a big reduction.
Iluy all yon nrcil. liny more tlitm you need. Uuy
nil you euu Rel. You will not le the. loser.
BLAKESLEE & KALEY.
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J. C. Wnruor is in Kcarnoy this week.
JuinoB Pctoreon returned from Omaha
Honry Kcchler of Muo Hill was in tho
city this weok.
Chns. SchafTniL vnn in Guide Hock
Mrp. J, C. Warner its visiting in Hust
ings this week.
A. II. Kuloy isserioubly ufllicted with
tho pink oje bo ho saye.
Our continued Btory (,'ot ii little
mushed this week by un uccidont.
Curt Evans lost n vuluublo watch
whilo Ketting out ice lust weok.
F. P. Ilutlloy is now better prepared
than over to do any thing in his line.
Joo McClcllnnd has recovered from
tho grippo sufllciently to be about town.
Tho W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
Win. Gates during tho month of Feb
ruary. Mrs. S. Garling of Heaver City was vis
iting in tho city this week tho guest of
Mrs. J. II. Smith.
Miss Altu PetorBon, employed at the
H. & M. eating house, is visiting with
friends in Howells.
Mrs. Rich, tho milliner, wub visited by
her daughter Mrs. Ilurmon Postmistress
at IMoomington, mid Mrs. Holmes ot that
placo lust Wednesday.
Mrs. M. P. Camp who has been visit
ing for two months with tho family of
Win. Gates returned to her home in
,'anton, Iowa, last Saturday.
none needing painting, kalsomining
wicr hanging will savo monoy by
Ifc. .-. till 1 .1 1 T . I
c.i on ' nuuioy, ueuuiouu ieu.
Shop tirst door west ot Miner's store.
Mis-t Laura Boyd entertained a num
ber of tho Junior Leaguo of tho Congre
gationul church Monday night. The
juveniles enjoyed thomsolves immensely.
Mr. Chance, living in Line precinct,
captured a genuine, live, American eagle
last week nnd preeonted tho same to W.
N. Richardson. Tho bird measures 7J
feet from tip to tip.
Tho ico-men aro securing an abundant
luantity of clear ico about u foot thick
and aro utorio? it a way. Goo. Lindtoy
is storing 200 tons ot ice in his ice-house
in tho meatmarkot.
Mr. E. M. Roid preserves tho good
name of tho elegant lunch-room former
ly run by Earnest Welsh. Mrs. Roid by
her many Courtises is assisting in making
it popular with tho traveling fraternity
Attorney Chufllii grieves over tho Ioeb
of his line, laigodog, which was crippled
by a fall through tho oidowulk, and liul
to bo shot. If this would huvo result
ed in tho death of somo porson it would
hnvo cost tho city enough to made
walks nil over tho town.
There is a great amount of kicking
about tho incouvenienco experienced in
sending telegrams with tho telegraph
olllco thrco-fourths ofninilo awny. Now
wo wont the Western Union Telegraph
company to establish un olllco up town
right uway. This is no -joke.
On last Tuesday ovoning a very interest
ing debato on tho Hawaiian question
took placo at tho A. O U. W., lodge in
which Hon. J. 8. Gilham and Judge
Wilcox wero tho principals assisted b
T. J.Ward, D. F. McFarland and othors.
Tho bojB enjoyed tho debato very much.
A report gained currency thiB week
that Jim Strango formerly ot this place
was lynched at his homo in Rich Hill,
Missouri for cruelly beating his wiro
which cauoed her death somotimo sinco
Tho rumor is not confirmed however and
wo are not ublo just nt presont to deter
mine its authenticity.
Col. Winfroy, Rod Cloud'tt popular
nuutioneor, is having hia hands full ol
galea theso times. Ho cries ono for E.
Rife on tho 10th', nnothor on tho 15th foi
W. A. Akors, eight miles north-west of
Rod Cloud, nnd still nuothor, for J. G.
Ferguson in Gnrilold township on tho
l.'Jth, und Btill moro coming. Ho uhvny
Mr. E. E. Cox, of Hloomingdnlo, Indl
ana, bus taken u position in tho Golden
Eagle clothing store ot C. Welnor, in the
vacancy ot Frank Cowdon, Personal!)
Mr. Cox iB on nlTublo gentleman nnd
cornea to this city highly recommended,
ho has been connected with clothing
establishments all his lifo and is thor
oughly conversant witn till its varied uo-tuilw.
TUB It ED CLOUD
SheritTRunchoy in in Uluo Hill to-day.
A tlno biscuit Hour at McNitfs, 70
conts a uack.
Wright keeps tho best gusohno atovo
in tho ninrkot.
Chnrloy Sraclscr of Rivcrton was in
Red Cloud this wool:.
Got your photos at Wegman'u gallery
und thoy will ploaso you.
For choico amnked hnm and fresh lard
cull on J. O. Lindley & boii.
Go to Wrights for Bchool-houso bent
ing Btovcs. Rest in Red Cloud.
Saw filing neutly und quickly done
ut Jno. Wright's furniture store.
Treasurer Whito wub on tho sick list
this week, but is hotter nt thiB writing.
Col. Doggott or tho Rivorton Guard
wub in tho city this week on business.
The city will soon bo in tho turmoil
of it political war. Wo sniff tho buttle
Remember J. O. Lindlov .fc Snn Unon
on hnnd tho best fresh lard and etuoketl
A slight chango in tho timo catd
brings No. 15 from Kansas Citv ilun nt
5:13 p. ni.
Mr. Elorn Rolnb, a Jowel countv farm.
or, was in this week and renewed for
Wm.Stornor nnd family hnvo moi-Pil
in tho Ruckbeo property just vacated
oy James Ford.
The ladies of tho Christian church
gavo a suppor in Spokostleld'B store last
Dr. Beck und Win, Gutcs, hud u Bor-
ious runaway on tnoir roturn from
If needing spectacle, sco Dr. Culli-
more, Junuary t0th und .'iOth, 1891, with
Ur. McKeoby, Red Cloud.
Wo meet all competition on hardware
etc., und soil you bettor goods Wright
tho hardwnro man, Red Cloud.
Sam Temple, whilo .outline: hoira tho
othor day, strained himself, and ho was
compelled to lay up for n day or two.
Wo will pay you 27 centn for corn und
sell you goods cheaper than any mer
chant dure sell you- Chicago Clothing
Tlicro will tako placo this afternoon
n very interesting discussion on the
proposed incomo tax by tho scholars of
tho high school.
Photos did you say? Well then go to
Wegmun's gallery Red Cloud, Nobr.
where ho can supply you with any
t!ijng in that line,
WANTKO--Soventy-flvo boys and girls
to huvo their pictures taken ut my
gallery on Saturday noxt. J. A. Weh-
Tho ladies of tho M. E. church gave a
very pleasant social nt tho rtsidenco of
Mrs. G, W. Lindsoy's lust evening. A
largo company was present.
Tho Plattsmouth Horald, owned by
ninnohurd & Potter, was totally do.
Btrojedby firo last Sunday night ut that
place. Tho Iota falls heavily on tho
linn inasmuch ns tho insurunco wub
mostly in tho hundi of tho mnn who
held u lurgo mortgage on tho plant
Another public salo on tho farm ot J.
G. Ferguson 7 miles southwest of Guide
Rock and lOmlles southeast of Red Cloud
on Thursday, Fobruury 13, 18'J1. Horses,
mulot, cattle, hogs, machinery, hay and
othor things to numerous to mention aro
on the bill. Terms of salo A credit
of 8 months, tho purchaser giving up
The Congiogationul church ladies
will give a pantomime buciablo nt tho
residence of C. L. Cotting on Tuesday
evening, February Uth. The entortain
inont will consist of n pantomime ex
hibition of "Tho Babes in tho Woods,"
also music, select reading(comic), games,
etc. Come' all and huvo n good time.
On last Friday ovoning Mrs, M. R.
Bentloy, upsisteir by hor sisters, Mrs. Ne-
landorand Miss Sylvia Cook, entertained
tho public with a lino Btipp'er, tho put
ceeds ot which were dovoted to tho Con
gregational church. Nearly 200 people
took advontngo of tho occasion. Mrs
IJentley wont to tho expense anil labor
nnd then donated tho proceeds to tho
church, which'ehows uvcry generous
CHIRK, KKD CLOUD, NEKRASKA, FIMIMY, FEU.
I Mrs. S. F. Spokepflold has returned
Mr John Tomlinson, who is in Chi
cago ii'ceiving treatment, is much botior
Rev. A. P. Hull preached in Superior
hist Friday night to a largo congregation
tlohn Myorri and Grant Usher's goods
have arrived and they aro being put in
James Ford Iiiih tented 1). L. Groat'rt
brick house in the south waul and has
moved into tho name.
Mis. Nancy Hilton sujh bIio could not
keep house wlthoiitTiir.CiUKr.andcon
HOqiicntly sujh keep it a coming.
John Wilson, aKaiiHnH gentleman,
wiih in Red Cloud thin week doing bun.
iiH'ss and camo in and renewed for Tun
Rob't. Hums' will read Tin: Cim.i'
for 'ill. Also, Joseph Laporto of Camp
boll and John Hodgsoh of Cowles.
A grand skating praty, took place ut
Rout'n pond, last Saturday night. A
liDBt of our young follB attended tho
Rumo and report n tlno timo.
Mr. Kramer, at ono timo a cashier of
tho Stalo bank of Lawrence, Nebraska,
committed mticido at Lawronce, Kansas,
tho other day. Ho was well known in
A mush and milk social will be given
by tho Indies of tho G. A. R. at tho res
idence of David Kcaler, for tho bencllt
of tho relief fund, on Saturday evening
February .'), 181)1. All aro cordially in
vited. A party of ioung folks, consisting of
tho Christian church choir und others,
anjoyed a pleasant timo at II. C Cuttcr'i
Saturday night. At a seasonable timo
lunch wub served and a pleasant social
timo wasonjojed by all prcsaut.
On February 15th, nt 10 o'clock a. in.
there will bo held a public Halo nt Boyu
ton'fl ranch, 8 miles northwest of Red
Cloud. Mr. Akerfl has tho Hnlo and in
tends to disnoso of a Kreat deal of &tock.
farm implements, etc. Col. Winfrey crleB
t no sale.
Thero bus been Eomo talk of u. change
of timo on tho Burlington. A chango
for tho bettor would bo a consummation
dovoutly to bo wished. Tho trains do
not run satisfactorily, as they bring tho
man in into at nigni anu inuitoa it quito
Soinotimo ago, a lady acquaintance of
ours, whoso husband wasubout to do tho
chorea inquired of him in an ubsent
minded moment, "if ho wanted to have
bin Bupper beforo bo eat?" And she
really got provoked whon they laughed
at her until tho joko was explained.
Wo hnvo Bent out a Inrgo number of
bills thia week todolinguontFubscrihors,
amounting to many hundred dollars and
wo must nsk thoso who owo uh to remit
at nncw iiB wo can not nlibnl to carry bo
much on our bonks. Our Bubscribern
will there Com tako notice und remit
Ed Kellogg in homo again. Ho has
boon in England twice lately, und sayp,
after all old Nebraska is tho placo to
live, ns destitution is steadily on tho
incicnso inthoold world. Ho docs not
think that frco trndo ifl a vory good
thing for a country, and consequently is
not as much of a democrat iib ho need to
bo. A trip to tho old world will euro
moot uuy ono ot tho democratic frco
A Poor Itliiu'H Soliloquy.
It u;ii only out of debt.
And Ii.iil uiml clothes in we;ir,
Ami Mln ma limo to Mownim (ret.
Ami fill nM'if ultlmir;
I'm sum 'twould lion lik-sulnx
Wlilrli I could wi-llfi'(luru,
l'or tiidi IM Ntop tllsttt-ssln,
Mv (i ii ikIh and ik iulilior.i fare.
I'd invite in wUu'iidi-ur mother
'in ciiini! und llvu wliti mi',
And iiMit lu-r like a Inotlicr.
And lie ns kooiI hr I could tie.
IM feed her on miring ulilckcu,
And other vliimlHrur ;
Mic coiilit give my kids a liuku'
Any 1 1 mi- mid any where,
I'd buy the poor n lot of meat,
Aiidru.'tl, inn) Hour, mid e utiles;
I'd lit'nt; tho Iiuiii from iid the htret-t,
And lit-lp lilin pnlnt Ids iiohu:
I'tlKltu thu pro.u-lH'rlotH of "xtulT."
' I would ket'p his "pr.nt'r whfi-1" oiled,
TIiimi in ' I u he could pr.iy t-liouclt,
'l'u m.iw mo Iitliiu polled,
Or ru.isti'ii, whteh Is four- limes wone,
And hotter, too, I'm tolil.
Hut then onu does nt u -ed a niuau
To keep rionualcliliiu'i'.ilil,
Hill tlll-ll I llUM-U't uottliu IIICUI18
To follow my deslu-s.
.Mv :isi!rnliHH ahvujH lemm
'1'osrnu-llilUK puru unit hltflifr,
Than ever I i-xptet t" reiich,
So I'll cimhc my (IreainslolUj,
And leiivu roiiHiici'S .siiiui) uc.u'li,
I'm hti in reaiiiy.
And t;o mid split 9OIH0 wood.
Tun lirst ibouo of tho Nebraska and
KaiiPim Farmer apjiearod Thursday.
Despite tho many adversities incurred in
its production it it editorially and typo
graphically neat und well arranged.
Henceforth it will bo a sixteen page
journal, issued monthly and ull printed
at homo. Tho paper is printed ut the
Belt olllco und tho editorial roomii are
over tho postotllce. Itu editors nro J. I).
M)orHtind Piof. G. It. McCrary, both
gentlemen of deep erudition, und well
ijnown us men ot high integrity, und good
bgsiness (lualilications. Their saluta
tory should receive tho careful consider
ation of evorjono Interested in agi cul
ture, or anything pertaining thereto, and
Tin: Cm v.v well knowing tho inestimable
viiluo of such a journal predicts tho day
not fur distant whon tho Farmer will bo
recognized authority on tho subjects of
which It treuts, in overy stuto in tho
union. Wo wish tho projectors un
bounded.suocceB. B.ow IStltVN to llioNuulli.
On February 121th., Burliiigt on Roulo
agents will soil round-trip tickets ut tho
one-way rate, to ail points in Toxus uml
the couth, Ask tho nearest tickotugent
for information ubotit routes, stopover,
fitcorwritotoJ.Fruncls.O.P. & T. A.
Burlington Route, Omaha, Neb.
Drn vti.no CViM'tHi'. Last Fiiday
night the wheels of a ooiuodiotm ohielo
wero heard rumbling towaul tin mibtir
ban villago of Ainboy, containing a jolly
coterie of young people composed of
Meshrri. Kd Otering. Kdgart'otting, Aln
hellarii of tho Nation and Homer Kinrel
Missea llianeho KellatH, l'lossio Ihinuey,
Ihrtha Talbot and Cora KIiifcI. Othera
from Red Cloud whoso naiueii tho irport
or fulled to learn went to tho Amboy
pchool hotipo that night to bo present ut
which proved to bo ono of the mohl mil
mated ami prolitabto diFciissioiiH of the
season. Tho question was: Repulsed
"that moro knowledge is derived from
observation than by reading." The hon
orable jndges consisted of John I'smei
of Amboy, Mr. Johnsou nnd K. II. For
of Cowlen, Misfl Muniio Heal and VlcFul
ton of Red Cloud, Put. Caster of th'n
city opened the Hcenoof action Htipportei
by IM. Ovetlng. Ralph Pope, KdgarCot
ting. Mac and Alvln Pope. I). l Titin
key lirst faced tin hou of hiimnii cotinte
nuncrii with tho leading negative piouts.
with the support of Frank Fiithie, Geo
Laws and Win. Clee. The house was
lilted to satiety, and tho contest wiih ex
tromoly interesting and instructie
llirouguotit. rror. Luster u speech wub
characterised by clearnesp, bin iitate
uientu being priucipallv, pructicul illtiu
tratiotiM, Alvin Pope wiih lauded praises
for his wit and astuteness, while I'd ()v
ering and Kdgnr Cotting disphoedfainil
iarily with the subject, and much orator
ical talent. Itnlph and Mac Pope acquit
ted thcmsclycfl also admirably. Att.
Trunkey did thingH up in Rt lc, and
MesprH. Frisbie, Cov antl Ijiiwh deservo
much credit for htatistical ioiiits and
good sound argument. Nolson and Cleo
npoko lluently und to the point. Tho at
llrmativo secured tho discupsion and tho
crowd dispersed fully realizing a mutual
enjoyment and benellt from tho event.
Thero should bo moro nuch debutes.
A Puoii.isTio Eviint. Red Cloud has
ila BensatiouH nnd last Saturday after
noon for it timo things seemed lioloiiB
indeed. It upponrs that Donnia Finn
presented a bill for paymont to Hugh
Gulliford, whereupon that gentleman
becamo highly indignant and refused to
liquidate. One word brought on another
und Gulliford called Dennis some iiamu
ho hud not learned ut Sunday school, ut
tho sumo timo threateningly displaying
ostensibly n roll of paper, which subse
quently proved to conceal a short piece
of gaspipo. ThiB pugnaciouH demon
stratum provoked tho wrath of Donnis,
und with tho triumph of Corbott vividly
portrajed in his imagination, ho pre
pared for n porsonnl encounter which
appeared thu inevitable result of tho (lis
cussion. In tho lirst round Gulliford as
sumed tho aggressive und landed heav
ily on Dennis's cranium with said pieco
of guspipe, ut tho biiiiio tune artfully
evading a vicious counter from Dennis'
left. Dennis maintained his cqtiibrium
with ndmirnblo tenacity, und lauded on
tho fnco of his opponent with n powerful
right hand awing. Thin occurred in un
Instant und referees Pup Rust and Tuft
Sutton declared tho gaspipo blow to be
a foul, but the combatants clinched und
n tnrrilllc struggle ensued, for a fow sec
onds in which Gullifords facial unutomy
wub badly distlgured. Thero was a lull
In tho contest, und without tho sound
of bell or gong, or a word from time
keepers thoy began again, this time Gul
liford using Mitchell's tactics of retreat
ing, Denniu following closely, landing
oiTcctivoly on tho. head and neck, until
both fell down in ono promiscuous pile.
Gulliford camo up groggy, und reached
for a stick of stove wood. Dcnais did
tho piuno, when again the former re
treated, this timo running in Longton'H
saloon, thus practically ending tho but
tlo without extremely serious results.
Wo aro not well enough acquainted with
thv origin of tho battle to judge just
who is in tho bluino, but it hcoiuh that
Dennis is a noticeable fellow, und wo
cannot blamo him for not wanting to bo
hammered with gaspipo.
I huvo u fow thousand dollars ot pri
vate money to loan on lirst class farms
on llvu years timo or less.
Geo. W. Baiikkii.
Public auction Fobruury II), 1801, ut 1
p. in., ut my rcsidonco J block went und
1 block north of post-olllco in Red Cloud,
Nebraska. 1 Norman tuaro ."jcara old
this spring; 1 Humiltoniun hoiso 5
yours old; 1 lust spring's colt; i coming
tlireo years old ; 1 registered Jereoy bull
,'lyesrBold; 1 full blood Jersey cow giv
ing milk and coming In, tlireo years old;
1 coming onu year old full blood Jersey
Ileifor; 1 lurgo cow coming in boon; 1
disc und Boeder pressdrill combined.
Terms of salo ten months fromdatyO with
ten per cent interest from ditto until
paid, purchaser giving unto with approv
ed security. Col. C. D. Winfrey, auctio
neer. K. Riik. tf.
Tho Webstor County Mutual Protec
tion und Antl Horse Thief association
moots in Cowlos, tho last Saturday of
each month, atU p. m,
tf Thos. HoiMiho.v, Sec.
AUAItl)i:i) HIGHEST IIONOIIS, WORLDS lAIU.
Tbe ooly Pun Crum of Tartar Powder. Mo AtuatnL; No Alum.
Uitd in Million, of Homei 40 Yew tb'e Stuiaul
2. 1 8114.
Tiir. 0. II. -For many years back, in
tlie dim vistas of time, Ilia Lordship, tho
Gioiind Hog, hns held full sway, in mut
ters pertaining to weather prophecy, es"
peeially with the Sun worshippers, bush-
wackers, and other uncionl trophies, of
which wo hnvo lost tho records, or per.
liuii.", if any records, they huvo been
tiled uway in the urchlvcBof somo Euro
pean d nasty, and now tie mouldering in
mildew, sub rosa, tid libitum, ad lilern
turn, do bonus non. id u mode, etc., where
een tho foot piints of tiine huvo been
obliterated, und tho Whang Doodlo
niournelh for them with mi aching auri
cle. To-day, wo luuo tho ground hog
tslth up, not the giound hog that roamed
tho wilds of ancient and forgotten jun
Iop, luil ono of his "ancestors" so to
peak, w ho emigrated from tho old world
o tho now of cottrso tm tho Mayflower.
but whether ho camo oer with tho
nnseiit of Columbus, or Home othor bus,
history Is i-llent, but a) any rate, tho
preht ni nog is witit us, ami having seen
m minnow-, in ininaiuro, wo persumo
iiiu'huii ii i mum mean men, lias crawl
d into his hole, and blocked up tho en
trance, to liidu from tho piercing glances
if an outraged community who doslro
lino weather moro than riches, und there
oio tho piospcution moves a continu
ance for (it) du)s to givo tho weather
eleik ii chimco to prepare lib shin of tho
I!ti Cloud's Mahiii.k Wokks.- Whilo
the nirjority of tho entcprises nro ery
dull at prepotit, the Red Cloud Murblo
and Granite Works, do un itnmeiibo
amount of business considering tho very
bud democratic depression. Wo cannot
fail to observe their competition with
Lincoln ami Omaha murblo men, whon
In many cases orders count from near
thoso places, mid from all irnrts of the
state. This week Mrs. Win. Ducker
gnve them tin order for one or tho most
expensive ami probably the most elabor
ato monuments which over graced tho
cemetery at this place. It is unique in
structure, tindinnol in llcish inasmuch
;is tho stono is genuino granite, token ns
it naturally comes from tho quarry. It
h six feet high ami tho dio rests on a
base two foot square. On tho dio is
engraved in sunken letters, tho dates of
the birth and demise of Win. Duokor
18.'.) ICI. Tho largo baso nt tho bottom
bonis (ho nutogruph Win. Duckor in
largo raisctl letters. When it is under
stood that granite !h tho most expensive
ami dillicult to work it will bo seen that
this monument will bo most beautiful
Cowi.is P. O. RoniiKi). On lust l-'ri-tho
postotllco ut Cowlos which is loeuted
in postutastor John Storey's drug storo.
was burglttricd and borne 881 taken
therefrom. Tho plundor consisted how
over, mostly ot ton, four and two cout
stumps mid tlireo or Tour dollars in
money. An entrance wub otrectod from
tho front, und onco in tho' tho thlovos
broltn open tho drawer containing tho
stamps untl cush, nnd after socuring ull
they could beo in tho dru,wer, helped
theuiselves tocignrs, und littlo trinket
they could tint. Tho lucky part of tho
tloid was that in tho extreme back of the
drawer was 8150 in bills which tho bur
glars would huvo had if thoy would
have pulled tho drawer out tlireo inches
further. Suffice to any they secured
their trivnl booty untl loft suddenly, and
nothing boa boon hoard from them yet.
A.vortir.u Guockry. Tho new tirm of
Myers & UBhor uro now nicely locutod
in the opera house block with a line lino
of choico groceries nnd dry goods. Tho
ptopriotors require no introduction to
t ho people, ub both uro woll known to be
substuntiul nnd honest. Thoy have a
nice location and a nice stock. Tho
storo will bo graced with tho presence
of a rolined and courtoous lady, who
will keep books und nssist in tho many
Intricate duties involved. Miss Bess
Hollers acting in that capacity. Tm:
Cmr.r has no doubt but thut the now
Unit will llourish liko a big sunllower.
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Chickens doz. ii
Slide or NehrnsWa, Wehiter county.
'In nil pi'isout (titeri'steil In the eiUto ol
I.uther Kamlnskv, ilcrtusnil,
Whnicuff, W, C. KiiinhiKky on the :ulli day of
Iiiiiii. iry. I art, lllod his milled application In
tho enmity court of our snlil county of Webster
-illeulnitthat l.tither h'miiliisiii late of Mid
county died la H.ild county on thu-'ldduyof
.nuuiury, lKit, iineeiHie, unit nun mini w. i .
Kmuluskn Is thu r.on ot Niilil ileccaM-il . uml
iii-,iIiil' Hint lettersofHilmlnlstrutioii may Issue
itAlfMct'sll la the pU'tnisro. Whcreutioa I
h:iuiipiioltiteilHiittirilav,thp t'lh day of I'cli
in try, itiiil. nt te o'clock In tho loio ooti. jit x
olllcu In niildcouniy, H8 thu time mid placo foi
.ihearlnu on mid iippllcHtlini mid all persnu.
Intercstcil limy iippeitr mid r-limv came if Midi
exists why the piajer of mi id nppllMtiou lie
It Is further oidercd that Mild applicant itlve
iiotlco to hII put sons Inti-ieslsd In viidestuiiinl
thu pendency iiLthe iipphchtlou mid thu time
mid plit'-e sil fm lui.itliuottliijHitUH hy eiiits
liiKiicopy of this order io be puhlbhed In'lHK
Itfli I't.nu.. ttiiiKr, u weekly uevntwHpci
pillitedlii na'd Webster cninnv for three weck
hiici natively, u lout to tin llnio set for xuld
Vllii(rs inyoilltl.il ili,-iiaiiu') nnd tlin.e,tlo
the rounly wan of our s.ihl coauly of Webstei
this aoilni.iy of .l.imi.irv. thai,
.lAMfH IHIKIV. Of Illy. I till"
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Silk Ribbons, form-
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Also, special Values in!
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