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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1895)
THE RJED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13. 1895.
Illmnolvcs ravcl '
Call stone, brick dust In urine, pain In urethra,
straining Rttcr urination, pain In tho back and
trips, sudden stoppage, of water with pressure.
Tub casta In urine, scanty urine. Strrtrnp-jfoot
cures urinary troubles ami kidney difficulties.
Torpid or enlarged liver, foul breath, bilious
ness, bilious headache, poor digestion, pout.
Catarrh of the lllmlder
Inflammation, Irritation, ulceration, drlbulluir,
frequent cull. pasa blood, mucus or pus.
A DriiKctitH 20 rente iind fcl.OOSIre,
"IOAlld' lluMn to HcnJih" frre-ConnulUtlon fret.
Dn. Kii.fctru & Co., UiNonAVTo.v, N. V.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Dr. Dnmoroll wae in town Tuesday.
Miss Loonno Fowlor wus in Lincoln
D. M. Ablo aucl wifo oro in Oniahu
Randolph McNitt roturnod from
Lincoln on Tuesday.
Mrs. J. Q. Sapp was visiting in Guide
Rock tho liret of tho wook.
Mrs. Charley Millifran and children
returned Saturday from a visit to Obor
lin. Mrs. C. J. Pops returned to Lincoln
Wednesday where sho will resida in tho
II. E. Pond and wifo bavo gono to
Louisville, to tho National 0. A. R. en
campnont. A great many peaches aro being sold
on our strcots just now, moat of which
como from Kansas.
Tho dyking at tho mill is nlniost com
pletcd and in n fow dnys more will bo in
Bhapo to run tho mill.
Miss Florence Cotting wont to Doloit,
Wis., Wednesday, whoro sho will Bpend
year with her grandmother.
J. L, Miner is homo from Chicago
IIo loft Miss Margaret in Kansas City,
whero she Ih being treated for an affec
tion of tho ear.
Como out to tho Webster county fair
and bring everything that you havo
grown or manufactured during your
residence in tho county.
Mrs. C. Johnson, of Counoil BlulTs,
Iowa, sintorlnlaw of D. F. Scammon nnd
wife will visit with them and other
frionds in Red Cloud for somo weeks,
Miss Neltla Rostwick, who has boon
naking an extonded visit in this city
with her sister, Mrs. II. O. Spellman, re
turned to her homo in Covert, Mich.,
Everybody will lit fully repaid for
their trip to Red Cloud this yoar, as the
program will interest every one. Bring
along tho wiitortnolonB, big beotu, tur
nips and squashes.
The number of peoplo asido from
farmers who are interested in tho Web
ster county fair includo tho merchants,
mechanics, bankers, artists, bakers and
t'io long list that go to make up a com
munity. Rev. E. J. Randall, formerly pastor of
tho first M. E. eh u roh of this city, was
in Red Cloud this week visiting old
frionds. IIo rodo over from Kearney on
it bicyclo. His old frionds wero pleased
to sco him.
liopublicaa City will have nn Old
Soldiers' and Settlers' rounion, to be
hold in that city Septomber 23 to 23.
A number ot prominent spookors havo
been ongnged and It promises to bo a
gathering of no moan proportions.
Rov. C. It. Woldon, who haB sorvod as
pastor of the First Bnptist church in
thin city for tho past fow months, de
parted thin week for Chicago, whore ho
will attend college, Mr. Wolden Is a
young goutloraan of rare intellect, and
wo wish him succces through iito.
Wo omittod to montlon last wook tho
wator-melon party givon by Misses Car
rie and Nottio Hummol to their friends
beforo leaving for Lincoln where thoy
aro to take up thoir winter's study. A
very pleasant time was roported. Tho
young ladies left Friday for Lincoln
whore thoy will nttond tho Wcsleynn
Jon. Taylor living in Ouido Rock
township tins a lino applo und peach
orchard that lie haB put in several years
trying to make grow. This year ho luio
a lino prospect for peaches and applea
but for a number ot miscreants who
etolu tho fruit ho would huvo had 100
bushels of ilno poachcB and a largo num
ber of apples. Tun Cmr.r aoknowlodgcs
u tine basket of tho delicious fruit.
On Tuesday afternoon Cloyd Cum
mings' horso took n notion to havo it
tituo all nlono, and started up tho street
nt ii 2;!0 gait. Turning the corner nt
1th avenue, tho wagon got rattled, and
run into (mother buggy and turuod It
over co quick tho horses didn't ovim
wink. At tho poslofllw tho runaway
got so badly tangled up thai It couldn't
go aoy.farther, Nj cerious damage wno
Diok Gray is homo from Lincoln.
C W Kaloy 1b home from tho east
Mr. Hobart ot Dlue Hill a In tho city.
Jorry Connor has boon on tho sick
Miss A, Kcolcr of Howard is in the
Mrs. j, C. Dllly is visiting in Hiawatha,
MrsV, B. Fulton is visiting in Hoi
drego this wxolt.
Expressman Abol and wifo aro visiting
in South Dakota.)
II. D. Ranney nnd family oxpoct to g
to Iowa on Sunday,
Little Ethel Cummings is quito sick
with fovcr this week
Mrs Ed Brown will nttond tho stato
fair tho coming wook,
Mrs. Homer Bayloss is conflnod to hor
bod with typhid fever.
J. A. Patterson of Lancaster, Penn.,
is in tho city this wook.
Mr. Noah Wagonor is tho happy papa
of a bouncing baby boy.
Mrs Frank Dickcrson, goes to Coun
cil Bluffs, to visit hor sistor.
Ed Smith roturnod to Norton after a
visit of thrco weeks in this city.
Rov. E. D. Irvine of Hastings proachod
at Graco Episcopal church Thursday.
Mrs Mary Wilson of Ackly, Iowa, is
visiting her parents, Mrs. Josoph Graves.
Mrs J.T. Mayneot Harlan, Iowa, is
with the family of C. B. Crone this week.
Ed. Overing, of Humbolt, formerly of
Rod Cloud has gone to Roloit, Wiscon
sin to college.
t Tho Webster county agricultural so
ciety want the boBt efforts of ovory resi
dent in tho county.
John Foster found a pockotbook. Tho
owner can havo same by proving proper
ty nnd paying for this notico.
Mrs. II. O. HyJe of Oregon, who has
boon visiting tho family ot Editor War
ron, has gono ty Lincoln, on a visit.
Mrs Mollio Noelander and Miss Syl
via Cook of Iowa, are visiting at tho
residonco ot Mayor Bontloy, this weok.
The dwelling ot C. E. Whito, six miles
south of this city burned Saturday, with
all tho contonts. Insured for 8300.
E. McFarland was hunting tho owner
of n swarm ot honey bees that located
in his collar Thursday. Mack says thoy
woro tho hot stuff.
Edgar Cotting left Thursday for Bo
loit, Wisconsin, whero ho will attend
college. Edgar is a bright boy and will
mnka n success of life.
No mottor how busy you may bo you
can afford to spond a littlo timo tills
yoar and lay everything asido for gon
eral rocroation at the fulr.
Tho rovival meetings at tho Baptist
church aro attondod with increasing in
torest. Sovernl requests for prnyor havo
boon mado, Tho church is taking stops
looking to tho pcrmunont sottlomont Of
Miss Emma Koplsch the 10 yoar old
daughtor of A. Koplsch ot Bluo Hill
dtod on Saturday last and was buriod
Monday, Rov. G. W. Hummel ofllciating.
Sho was n very promising young lady
ami a grnduato ot tho Bluo Hill schools.
Tliero is no way on earth that wo can
peo that Troasuror Whito can bo boaton.
That Is if tho pooplo wnnt to olect a
man who lias collocted moro back taxes
than all tho othor troasurors put to-
gothor. IIo is an exemplary oflicor and
haB done his work woll. Tho republi
cans huvo a roputation for putting up
good men all nlong tho lino.
A man with a family ot husky sons
lives in Dundy county, Two yoars ago
ono of tho boys wont to Montana, and
tho old gontloman has porsiBtently urged
his roturn. In response to his latest
appoal tho son wroto that ho didn't pro
poso to lot go of his oquiticB out west
for home in a stato "whoro nothing hud
boon raised in two yoars except the ago
ot oonsont." Stato Journal.
Rev. II. O. Spolman and family accom
panied by Miss Floronco Cotting left for
Chicago on 1(1 Wodnesdny. Tho formor
goes to Michigan to llvo and Miss Flor
enco goes to Wisconsin to visit hor
grandmother during the wintor. Mr.
Spolman is a very pleasant goutloman
and wo havo no doubt but tho church
will miss him in its religious work.
It is to l)o hopod that tho Burlington
folks will sco to it that their news agents
on thoir trains running through Rod
Cloud aro not pormittod to swindle the
people by tho gold Bpoctuclo racket. Tho
story no played on two or throe ladios
recently run ubout us follows: Tho fob
low puts n pair of gold wnshod spectacles
In a book, then carelessly drops them
into somo lady'p lap, or somo ono that ho
thinks is gullible, goes away, comos
buck, tells tho party that the spectacles
aro gold, that somo ono had loft
them on tho train, that they wero worth
$3, but ho will lot them go Tor a. dollar.
ThofeWow woikcd the rackot on u lady
from Colorado, but when sho discovered
tho fraud alio compelled tho return of
hor dollar. Such insidious conduct
should bo etoppod.
.wnur.nue fill list raw.
;l i uiwU Bjnu. TaMusUood.
lafliue. tclA IjTdruanl-ii
Oliver Schaffnit wus in Hastings this
Court Reportor Logan was in Red
Custom Milling a specialty. Tomplo
ton i. Guthrie.
Mise Edith McKoighan was visiting at
homo this weok.
II. Hamaltor of Campboll was in Red
Cloud this week,
G. A. Plank of Kansas City was in Red
Cloud this week.
Alvin Pope Iofl for Lincoln this morn
ing to attend school.
C. L. Vaughan of Hutchison, Kan.,
was in the city this weok.
W. II. Bishop and wifo ot Lincoln
wero in tho city this wook.
E. C. Christy and wife of Guide Rock
wero in Rod Cleud Saturday.
Mrs. Shopardson and daughtor ot
Franklin wero in the city yesterday.
Wo buy all kinds of grain. Tern
plotou,& Guthrie, Rod Cloud Flouring
P. 0. Fullor, Dug Wilson and R. T.
Paul of Cowles registered at tho Gard
All kinds of grain bought at the Red
Cloud mills, nnd the highest market
price paid in cash, Templeton & Guth
no. When the aoalp is atrophied, er shiay
bald, no preparation will restore the hair
in all othor eases, Hall's Hair Renewer
will start a growth.
Mr. Templeton, of the firm ot Temple
ton & Guthrie, who will soon commence
tho operation ot tho Rod Cloud mills,
will reside in Rod Cloud.
Mrs. Ford Robertson and Miss Lizzie
Robertson ot Chicago are the guests of
thoir sister Mrs. A. N. Wilson. Thoy
will remnin fos Borne two weeks.
Charley and Sheridan Pharos, who
havo boon making an extendod visit
with rolatives in this city, returned to
their homo in Topoka Thursday.
By a notico in this issue it will be
soon that Postmaster Cowdan haB decid
ed not to opon tho post ofllco hereafter
on Sunday ovonings. A very good movo
as thoro is no crying demand for it.
A special prizo has been nrrangod for,
to be givon to the lady or gontloman
who will appoar in tho bicyclo display at
the fair, on tho grounds of tho Wobster
County Agricultural Socioty, October
10, 11 and 12, and assisting to make up
the numbor to twonty-tlvo' wheels and
riders. Tho most unique and original
costumo is desirod, and n silk flag or
banner worn hi arch ridor's cap.
It is vory warm indeed, and prices
have declined, One pound Battlo Ax
tobacco for lOcts. Ono pound Model
smoking tobacco 10 conts. 12vj pounds
the best fresh new rolled oata for 23cte.
One pound best Japan toa in tho city
for 20cts. You cant buy this ton from
nny house in tho city for less than 30cta
a pound. One sack of flour, u dandy for
80 conts. Will coat you $1 nnywhore
else in town.
Abovo I give you n fow of our reduced
pricos und I kindly nak you to givo my
ad closo inspectson oach wook and koep
posted. You will always como horo to
buy your goods. Why? Because you
got bottor goods for Iobs money than
anywhoro elso in tho city.
Next weok my Bd will nppoar in tho
Nation and Ciiikf. Look out for prices.
Indications are for coolor woathor, but
prices will romain nwuy down, My nd
has boon somewhat neglected latoly late
ly but in u few duyo I will huvo more
help and thon 1 can givo more time in
looking up bargains for my customers.
Don't forgot you ulwuys got tho best
prices for butter, eggs and all kinds ot
B. F. Mizeu.
Tin: ontiro beotcrop of Nebraska has
beon "laid by" for sevoral weoks and its
prosent condition, takon as a whole, Is
very good indeed, moro than fulfilling
tho most hopoful expectations of the
oarly part ot tho Bouson. Any dangor ot
tho crop being diminished by drouths
has boon long since ovorcomo by tho
timely showors, while tho recont hoavy
rains havo givon n strong impetua to
dovolopmont of tho rootB, In conso
quenco of which a vory hoavy ncrougo
yiold is looked for, in fuct with a contin
uanco of such favorablo conditions tho
total quantity ot boots that tho two fac
tories will beforo raid-wintor convort
into somo thousands of tons ot granu
lated sugar will bo nourly throo timos
largor than over beforo. To facilltuto
the harvesting by permitting it to bo
taken at easy Btngco and without con
flicting witli other farm work that comes
at tho samo poriod, many of tho furmers
are nlroady takiug ndvnntago of tho
company's offor ot an increaeod price
for siloing n part of their crop. Tho
beota nro stored simply and safely in
trenches mado in tho field until called
in by tho factory, and tho innovation
bids fair to bo 119 popular horo as it la in
Europo. Tho hoavy domnnds for tho
beet pulp weoks iu advanco of tho oper
ation ot tho factories proves that an
other custom borrowed from ubroad is
rapidly guining n llrm footing horo ns
well an demonstrating tho pormanont
vuluo of this new food product.
Tlura li nothlntr to nrevont nnvnnu
oonoting a mixture and calling It "snr-
fapnrllln," nnd there li nothing to pre
vent nnvone spending good money test
ing tin stiff; bat prudent people, who
wish to bo sure of their remody, take on
y Ayer'a BorsaparlDn, and so got cured
Penny Wise and Pound Foolish
Thero ia no interest so valuod in Red
Cloud us that of our business men.
They are heavy tax payers, bo o course
roprosont tho principal commercial in
terests of our city. An injury to our
business men means tho cutting down ot
both their prestige and business. In re
viewing thoso tacts it is not nocessary to
Bay that without them Rod Cloud would
be .only a blot on a vast prairio. Wo
must havo thom and must treat them
whito. In fact to cut a long story short
we refer to the sprinkling of our streets,
Thcso merchants bring in fine stocks of
goods valuod at many thousands of dol
lars and to havo thom covored with dust
and filth is not justice to them and is an
foolish as it is unnecessary. Thoro
eoems to have beon onough monoy to
grado tho streets and so on, but not
enough for sprinkling streots. Main
stroot was cut up and graded and loft in
a dusty shape, and thon on order issued
forbidding tho use of wator for sprinkl
ing stroeta on tho ploa that thoro was
not sufficient funds to buy coal. There
should be enough money to buy coal
found somowore. Tho morchnnts aro
entitled to consideration and the coun
cil should remombor that as representa
tives of tho pooplo that they are thero to
study tho interests of tho mer
chants as woll as others. Mr. Eames
has offered to pay tho ordinanco price
ror wator 92.50 por block i. o. which
moans if construed correctly around
entirely around tho block and not just
a fourth around, but tho officers have
construed tho ordinance to moan in
front of bueiness houses. The Chief Is
awaro that tho city's financos are vary
low, and thorefore difficult to nomim
enough to make improvements and do
all tho things that could be desired,
hence, we boliovo that in tho intorest of
all concerned tho othor improvements
should be dispensed with for the time
being and tho monoy used in sprinkling
streets if it is possible to do so. Tho
business men want relief and it is only
just and right that thoy havo it without
quibbling. It docs not cost ovor 3
cents por 1000 gallons to put tho wator
in tho stand pipo. Supposo we baso our
statements on 9000 gallons per day for
25 days, (which hardly over occurs) at
3 contB per 1000 gallons, which would
muko the cost of wntor for a month's
sprinkling $7.87. According to the or
dinance rate ot $2.50 per block tho wntor
tax as paid by the street sprinklor
would be about 812.50 as per estimate
mado by a formor water coniminsionor,
leaving a not balance in favor of tho
city of 14.50 or more por month.
It seems to, us from theso figures
that thoro is a discrepancy betwoon this
and the sum thnt tho council in their
mooting stated. Thoy said it would re
quire (GO por month for cool alone to
koop tho sprinkler going, but possibly
there is a leakaooBomowhoro that would
absorb tho balance. For this and othor
reasons wo think tho council had bottor
roconelder their actions in this matter us
it has beon reported on the streets that an
indignation meeting would bo hold if
tho council persisted in rofusimr to lot
tho sprinklor have wator. We beliovo
that tho council would ralhor not havo
Note Since tho abovo was put in
type tho council havo pormitted Mr.
Eames to use ttvnntv tlllibu nnr lnv
The counoil could not have dono a more
wormy act. Tho merchants aro always
ontitlod to consideration in till public
mutters Whoro their UUBinenn in litrnrd.
Tho donth of Mrs. Holenim Wyko,
wifo of Leopold Wyke, ono of tho oldest
sottlots in this section, occurred vory
suddenly nnd under peculiur circum
stances last Saturday. Tho particulars
as near as wo could learn aro us follows:
Sho went out into tho garden about 11
o'clock to got somo vegetables for dinner
apparently as well ae usual, but as Bhe
did not roturn one ot tho family went
out to boo what was the causo of her
delay. She was found lying across a
brokon down fence, life having boon ul
ready extinct. Tho county coronor was
notified who camo over from Rod Cloud
Sunday. An InqueBt wbb hold and tho
jury gavo a verdict that death was
caused from heart disease. Mrs. Hoi.
lona Wyko was 51 yoars of ago. Sho
leaves u husband nnd sovorul children
who mourn hor premuturo death. Tho
funeral eorvicoB occurred from the Cath
olic church at St. Stophons on Mondsy
10 o'clock n. m. A largo concourso of
Borrowing frionds followod hor romnins
to tho last resting piuce. Lawrenco Lo
comotivo, Judok Boal got himself into n kettlo
of hot wator by docidlng against the
board of supervisors in Hastings. Thoy
rofused to rodlstrict tho county accord
ing to luw and tho judge docidod that
thoy should oboy they law. Now ho
does not know how to fix It up.
Deit.M)eu nnd tho Vnlbyrio huvo run
two races for the Aroorican cup, out of
three to bo soiled tho Defonbor winning
first and tho English boat second by
fouling tho Yankeo boat. Tho Ameri
can ship will win tho noxt raco and thon
Johnny Bull cun go homo as sho has
dono for fifty years. Yunkoo lugonuity
will always exceed that of tho English
in ship building.
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so puro or sogrcat In Icav
.calng power as tho Royah4
WILL SELL YOU
2 lbs Battle Ax Plug Tobacco for 25c
2 lbs Model Smoking Tobacco for 25c
10 lbs Fresh New Rolled Oats for 25c
84 High Patent FJour,
Lion No. 2 Patent Flour,
Lojal Tender Flour
Chancellor High Potent
Aro wanted by rioh and poor for tho reason that they are
healthy and go farther. Don't forget this important
item when making1 your purchases. We
guarantee our entire line ef spices to
be the host that the
aro selootod witk great care and wo reeoive them fresh
from tno roaster each week.
I Our 25c Japan Tea,
Is better than ever, having just rcocivcd eur now
We aro now prepared to eupply every one with all sires of
Our Stock of Stoneware,
Is largo and ..ninplcto whem you need aay thing in that line.
We want your butter and eggs.
Shea & Turnure jro.
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
M. B. NOTES.
Noxt Sunday Pastor Maxfiold woll
preach his last sermon for thia year.
Tho Epworthiana have chosen Miss
Clnra Kellogg president ot tho league
There aro six Epworthiana teaching
school in the city and country noar by,
which shows the kind of folks wo are.
Two EpworthianB, tho Misses Hum
mel huvo gono toLincoln to nttond school.
The Epworth league closed tho yoar
with 82. CO in the treasury.
The Nebraska conference meets noxt
Wednesday, in Lincoln
On nnd uflor Sunday, Soptember 14,
thero will bo no Sunday evoning mail
distributed. Frank Cowden, P. M.
Think of this.. Hood's Sariaparilla is
the only trne blood purifier prominently
in tho public e;e today. It onres disease
whea all others fall, beeanio it makes
Hood s Fills cure jaundioe, billonnes,
siok headache, constipation and all liver
On nnd uttor September 14th, 1895, wo
will soil no grain at retail. Our pricos
at prosent for wagon loads dolivorod
anywhere in tho city are:
Oats, now lGc
Onts, old 25c
Corn, now 25c
Corn, old 1)5
iv u -jod
Hkij Cloud Prouuur Co.
"Orange HlosBom" is a painless oar
for all diseases peculiar to women. Sol
fresh by O. L. Cotting.
k E. V UHll kel
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L.AI LU I Mil I we oirer You ,
I '", fc,v "i111 RUnidDV Which
illlU I IllallUI er ean baud.
llobs Confinement of Its Pain, Horror and Risk.'
MVTTifo tuod M0TIII,.nS FI1IKXI1" n.
Iforo birth ot her tlrxt ehlM.filio did not
sutler from CIUJU'.I or IMInft was quickly ,
I relieved at tho critical hour HurteritiL' but
. lltitcv etc tad no pains at tcrwurd and her '
recovery was rapiu.
a, u, juiuiutun. i;uiau a. Ala.
Sent bv Mall or Kxnrinn. on mrnlnt of
jTjirr, ..wv iirr uuiiiv. UUVK '"AO iUUlll-
i cm" umllud i'lce.
maiiman itcuuuTon co., itiant, i.
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COLD DY ALL DRUGGISTS.
$2 00 por ent
2 00 "
I W. TIJLLEYS, M. D.
Red Cloud, . Nobrnoiia
OfflcuKltM National opposite Bunk.
I'lironln iliteaiea treated hv mnll
Notice or Foreclosure.
In tho District hourt ef Wibster County. Ne
tirupka. ilBJill I.O.ll! ASFOCllllKMI.
Alliert 1). Kiiiiueynnd
4UIU IUI1IUVJ.CI III,
To. A. D. Holbeit. nun-rcsMent lpfrr.ii.int in
iiiu abovo entitled cauio or action:
You will takot'otlcA Unit en the soth day of
AuyUHt. Iras, The Itojnl l.oan Association,
plaint in herein, nird lt petition In tho olllcf Tot
the clerk of the district court of VfeliMer
count. Notirasku, nitamst tho above-named do
leniliiiiK tin) object and prayer of which Is to
foreclose a reriiiln mohkhko on lots number
eleven (II) and tweho (mi. In block Ne, seven
(7). llooyer's addition lo blue Hill. Nfbraska,
executed by defendants, Albert 1). Itaiiney and
hate lUiuiey, to tho Itoyal Loan Association,
for the sum of KM), and on which there Is uowe
due niu I owlni? from defendants to plaintiff tho
SJ?-li S2iT?"ii 'l'1 nirlFnKe w duly filed
rorrccoidlnthooince of the county clerk of
Webster county, Nebraska, on tho !2th dav of
January, 1HM. and recorded in lleik 8 ot Mort
KaKes, page 317. ,
I'laliitin J'rayit that defendants may bo fore
cloiml or all equity of redemption, or other In.
terestln said inortitased premises, and that
said prcm 8cs be levied to be sold to sailsDy the
amount adjudged to be duo this plaintiff.
loii are required to answer sold petition ou
or before tho Htli day of October, or the facte
therein stated will bo taken as truo and Judc
wont rondered iieconiltmly,
Dated at Ued Cleud, Nebraska, tlio Cth dy
of Hcptvmbur, isnn, w
n ,. n. Huvat. Loan Association,",
Byllunr. T. Fun Kit, Us Alloiney. '
, Hy virtue of ax nxwiitlnu directed lo me from
the district court ot Wohstrr county, Nebraska,
on a IiidKineiit obtained by the consideration of
district epH.it of Webster county, Nebraska, on. ,
tlio Kith day of duly, H'JI, In favor of 'iliomasf
lOan in plnlutllf, and against Hie Farmers
Jlfrchanls llanMnj; Company ns defemUnt. for
the sum of nnotlinusaiid and Hii-hry.two dollars
and cents, ami rosts tand at fl-tlireo
dollars and eleht cent (5.Mis), and ruing
costs, I luivo lled upon tho followWir loal
estate, taken as tlio property of said defendant
to Miliary said Jiidumt'iit, lo-wlti i.ot twenty
one ('jt), In blm-k tnlity-oiie (ai).ln the erlajjul
town now city of lied Cloud, Webster county,
And will olfer thn b.iiiio for baIo to tlio lilutiest
Milder, for cisq In hand, on tint SOthdayot
HeptPiitbor, A. I) l!r5, In front of the east ieor
of t'io eoiirth"U'j a' lb d Cloud, Webster
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i. " , .'"'U'liiii iii.ifc ircini iiiu ililimillK
wllertln Hie l.i.it term ot court was held at tlio
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aniiiw nero due nltuiidJiice will boKlVil
Dated Ited Cloud, Kcbraska, AtipP,
jaiuca.aiuyiciiy, Atl'y lor I'iallillU,
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