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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, FEB. 546. 1897.
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This bonk shoukl lie In Hie han.la of
m-ry M-iimskn rarnirr. II liaisare
CiilOwloilnlilscnls uml tlglil iiieth
Otis, ibeivllubllliy nf
are uniiirstlonet. Ilurlitg Iho Imnl
1 times, Uireo tons (f llitMi Iuiikiiis
sesilnwere illMrllmtiil In Nelirn.ku.
fnwof cbnriif, ninl tiiinilrtilsur lnr
uirrs Imil mi (i'xirtutilty to test tin Ir
nuullly wlit 11 failure imniit ruin.
Oirmn.v' Sets! I'lilulOKUO Is UMit frit)
uf liurfo In unyonu III .S'elirusku.
j J. 11. i:i:;ouy a mn,
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo
Cures Piles, Scald, Uurn.
BLnino?lirri r itu.
Family Paper is Without a Peer.
of I ho Kntlret World and gives
an questions or tnoaav.
of romllnc mattar each wrak
Is batter adapted to tho needs of
Mountains than any other paper.
Dally by mall 14.00 ner year
Sunday by mall $2.00 per year
Sunday by mall.
iG.OO per year:
Addrcmi TUB IXTKIl OCEAN, Chicago
witly it SOOTHES and CURES. J
A Rooord Breaker.
A special train from Chicago over
tho Chicago, Burlington & Quiucy and
Uurllngton &. Mlnsourl River railroads,
chartorcd by Ileury J. Mayham, a Den
ver mining investment lirokor, run
1,020 miles in eighteen hours anil fifty-
throo minutes. Tills journey noes into
history an tho greatest railway font ovor
accomplished. Tho best previous rail
road long-distanco record was nineteen
ho'urs and tlfty sovou minutes for 1)1(1
miles ovor tho New Vork Central and
Litko Shore from Now Vork to Chi
cago. Mr. Mayham, who left Xew Vork
Sunday 011 the Pennsylvania Limited,
chartered u special train In Chicago in
order to reach tho botUidu of his dying
son, Williiuu II. Mayham, as quickly as
possible. The Uurllngton otlh'lulHguar
autecd to take him to Denver in twenty-
four hours. They mmlo good their
Kiiaranteo and hndllvo hoursaud seven
minutes to spare,
From tho moment the train left Chi
cago until it rolled Into the Don vor de
pot, no hitch of any kind occurred. It
How across Illinois, Iowa, Nehraskuaud
Colorado like a meteor, froquoutly at
taining a spood of upwards of 70 miles
an hour and uveniKliiKovor 00 miles an
hour for stretches of a hnndrad milos
at ti time.
Tho actual running time, including
stops, was 18 hours and .VI minutes; an
average speed of oV,'t miles an hour.
llio actual running tltno excluding
s-tops was IT hours and 4 it minutes; an
avorago speed of o" Jl-R miles an hour.
But in spite of the Hurliugton'ssplon
did record, Mr. Mayham arrived in Don
vor too lute to nee his sou alive. The
young man died shortly after midmight.
W Offer Van a ,
IN5URB5 Saletjr ,
I UM t Metk. '
r im caiM.
' Ur wife used "MOTHERS' FRIKNB" be-
I torn blrlU of her tlrat child, she did not
I uller from CRAMPS erPilB
8 was quickly .
1 relieved at tnecrit
I relieved at the critical hour auReriiK but
. little abe had no paint afterward and her '
' recovery was rapid.
K. K. Johnston, Eufauta, Ala. .
Sent by Mall or Kxpresi, on receipt of
' era" mailed Free.
varv. afB.w mrr bmhlibi. iinnif "i'n Kin
SADFIILD RKtiULATOB CO., Atlaata, Oa.
SOLD IT All DlUOOlBTi.
UUiitS.rYHIKk All list FAILS,
Dot Couth Syrup. Tiutea UikxI. UboI
hi mi. so J rv urumrista.
n ij ri ? awaCM
Wo had a fino snow storm Sunday.
O. Hunter shipped n car of lings Sun
day to Kansas City.
Me. Simons is moving into tho va
cant property in tho north part of tho
Mr. (ini'iier has routed tho Pitney
property for a year, and Ot darner
moves on one of Dr. DanieioH's farms.
.lack Davis of Ulooniington was vis
iting friends hf town Sunday.
Mrs. Ayers was visiting friends in
Iiiavnle Inst week.
Kd Palmer ohl 11 lino team for tho
small sum of 1120.
Several from hero attended the quar
terly nieotlng at Dist. II In.-a Sunday,
Mr. Ladtl is sick with thugiip this
Dan Bnikcr has hired out to Bill
Itinklo for the season.
itiiv. Ticknor and Miss Nottio Halo
were in tho city last Saturday.
A lino ton pound hoy in rived at tho
homo, of our agenl, Mr. Villars, last
Tuesday. Father and son doing well.
Mr. S. K. Wolcott and wife visited at
Mr. Hcffolbowers last Saturday.
Mr. Ward, our blacksmith, is kept
busy these days getting the farmer's
tools ready for use.
Doafncss Cannot Bo Cured.
By local applications as they cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho ear.
There is only una way to euro deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an iullamcd con
dition of the mucous lining of tho
Eustachian Tube. When tho tube is
inllametl you have a rumbling sound
or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirety closed, deafness is tho result,
and unless tho inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will bo des
troyed forever; nine cases out of ten
aro caused by catarrh, which is nothing
but an intlamcd condition of the
Wo will give one hundred dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars; frco.
F.J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 70c.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho host.
While tho weather is nico there is
considerable sickness in our part.
Nearly all aro better at this writing.
Somo farmers are not through
gathering corn yet. Somo aro hauling
it off to town for eight and ton cents.
Hogs are going at 3 ceuts
Calres aro selling for about what
thoy will bo worth nfcxt fall.
P. S. Fair sold a little span of mules
C. Davis sold ono mule for $40.
Leon (Julhrio has gono hack to Iowa
Thos. Spuricr was 011 this creek a
few days ago ami bought 1000 bushels
of corn at eight wonts, and a yearling
mule of O. A. Provnlt for I2.
Albert Scrivner sold a lino mare to
Jos. (J raves for $50.
The meetings at Pleasant Dale aro
not a success yet. Tho diphtheria
scare keep some away, and when a
minister is lighting other denomina
tions, there aro some who do not care
to hear it.
The meeting, League and Sunday
school at Mt. Hope has closed on ac
count of diphtheria.
Today alone is ours. Tomorrow
never comes, and yesterday is gono
Just think of tliu light that is made
on a man that sets out a lot of fruit
trees. Now it is very true that some
liavo had bad luck ami et them out
in tho wrong year and tho drouth
catches them before they get a Btart
and then they dio and then that man
don't make- another 'Start for some
time and he will say you can't raise
fruit trees in this country. I would
like to state that about nine-tenths of
the farmers set all kind of trees to tho
reverso of what they ought to. They
should plow a land for every row of
trees and set his trees in tho finish,
though you llntl nearly all of them
growing on a ridge.
All Humous ok tiik Ulood, from
tho small pimplo to tho dreadful
scrofula sore, aro cured by Hood's
Sarsaparilln, which thoroughly purities
vitalizes and enriches tho bleod.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick head
ache, Indigestion, bllliousness. All
Every Thursday afternoon a tourist
sleeping ear for Salt Lake Oitj, San
trancisco and Los Angeles leaves
Omaha and Lincoln via the Uurlington
Route. It is carpeted; upholstered in
rattan; has spring seats ami backs and
is provided with curtains, bedding,
towels, soap, etc. An experienced ex
cursion conductor and uniformed Pull
man porter accompany it through t
Hit pacific coast. While neither as ex
pensively finished nor as lino to look at
as a palace sleeper, it is Just as good to
ritlo in. Second class tickets are
nonoreu anu mo prlco of a berth, wide
onomzii ami oig enough tor two, is only
5. ror a folder giving full partiou
mis, can at mo noarcst 11. & M. R, R.
iicKtiiqiHco. ur, write to J. Francis,
Routo, Omaha, Nob.
I'UKi: tonny person suiVoring from
dyspepsia in any form. A remedy that
.will cure you. Send name nnd address
J. Cramer, Ho 10, Covington, Ohio.
Ho will send it frea uf charge. Ho
wants your iiamo for his mailing list.
Aro gaining favor rapidly,
limine men nnd travel
Icr carry tliem In vest
pockets. Inillcs carry Ihpm
In purses, hmtiekcppcrs keep tlirm In mecllcltm
num., menus recommend them to rrlemli. Vie,
A lino snow storm last Sunday.
Mrs. Shnvorth nnd Arthur Clino tiro
sick witli la giippe.
Mr. Ai runts who has been real sick
Is mending slowly.
MUs Addlo Toland is working for
Miss Cora Bogenru-f spent Saturday
with Mr. Intel mills young folk".
Mr. MoMicr bought a load of cobs of
Mr. Toland last week.
Miv, l'Vink Cooper was a pleasant
visitor at Mr. Toland's Friday.
Air. Sllckley anil Frank Arrants At
tended Mr. Flshet'ssalo Monday.
Mr. Sal ley bought a horse of Mr.
.Miss Clara Jones spent Saturday
and Sunday with tho 'Javis girls.
Mrs. Smith, a holiness preacher,
preached at Maple Crovc church last
Mr. Hawortb, who shipped his cattle
to Kansas City week beforo last nnd
went to seo his father, returned last
The contest at tho school house was
a pleasant occasion. Tho judges Mr.
Clitic and Alico Fisliburii and (J race
Davis decided in favor of Mattle Fish
burn's sldo, though most of the crowd
thougnt tho other way.
Last Saturday nnd Sunday was quar
terly meeting at tho Friends' church.
Every session was largely attended,
anil especially tho C. E. conference
Sunday night. There wcro several
ministers who came from a distance
who wore well liked by everyone.
A DOCTOR'S VISIT.
Dr. Hartman's Frco Visit to Every
Family in tho Unitod States.
How can that he? you ask. How
can Dr. Hnrlman visit every family in
tho United States? This is the way:
This little articlo goes Into every home.
Everyone hns tliu privilege of reading
it. Through this articlo Dr. Hartman
spenks to ovcry family. Ho asks if any
in this house is sick. If so, would you
not like to consult me as to the nirture
oi your discase.and its treatment? If
you would liko mo to do so, I will giro
your case careful attention. I have a
large institution antl many assistants
and am in a position to detect the
naturo of diseases where they could
not possibly bo tie tec! cd by theordiuary
physician, If you want to consult me
just wrlto mo and give a description of
your case ami I will answer you free of
charge, giving you full directions for
treatment. This is tho way Dr. Hart
man makes a free visit to every family
in tho United States. Ho has just call
ed on you. Do you wish to consult him?
Or you may send ami get a question
blank to till out if you prtjfc r. All let
ters received by him aro strictly con
fidential. Hare you catarrh of tho
hcati, tnroat, lungj, stomach or any
other organ of the body? If so, write
to him at once. Ho will send you di
rect ions for treatment without charge.
If you tlesirc to, you can send for a
free copy of Dr. Hartman's latest book
on catarrh and thn other climatic dis
eases of winter 01 pages instructively
illustrated. Sent free to any address
by Tho Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing
Company, Columbus, Ohio.
Corbott-Fitssimmons Athletic Con
tost. Fot tho Corbett-Fitzsimmons Ath
letic Contest at Carson City, Nevada,
March 17, 1807, the burlingtou. .vill sell
through , 'round trip tickets for $70.00.
Tickets nu sale Mareh 18th and 14th,
limited to continuous passage in each
direction, with llnal return limit of
March 10th, 1807.
A. Conovkk, Agent.
aUai-ffe IJlcrrs. Flcsla belav
Een Awav, Nearly Wmr
wltk thfm Eatkaeme
Pl af I
"Portland, N. Y., Die. 8. 1ITS.
Dr. M. U. FMNEn. Fredanla. N. Y.
Dtar 8tr:l had been alck many ytar.
When you first saw me. In 1800, 1 was near the
My throat was deeply ulcerated. Ono e
W J" partly oaten pa. Largo ulcere on
thlgha and body exceedingly offensive, and I
was .reduced in flesli to a mere nlcolleton.
All doctors antl medicines hnd failed. One
year a uso of your lllootl nnd Liver Homed
and Nervo Tonlo produced a complete euro.
Improvement bugtin nt onco."
i'Fm,onltt- N. Y., Juno lft, 1S04.
"It una now been about sa your Rlnco I was
cured und theru hits Im-ch no return ot tho
dlscaso." Vours truly, Mrs. Aena Adams.
FOR SALE HY C. L, COTTIN'G.
At Washington, D. C, March -1th,
1807. For above event rate will bo
thirty-three dollar for the round
trip to Washington, D. C. Tickets on
sale March 1st, and 3d, with linaho
turn limit of March 11th. 'I kkets will
bo good only for continuous passage in
each direction, going parage to com
incnce dato of sale and return passage
to conunenco dato of execution.
tickets will then only bo good for re-
urn leaving Washington, March lib,
flth, Oth, 7tl
, or 8th. A. C'onovkii,
A Liberal Seed House
J. J. II. (iregory A Jon. MarMelicnd Ms.
nlll loin? IcreinctnUred by the fnrmcrs of Xcli
rnskti fir their Kcn'HHiy riming the Imnl
times, "heather distributed three t ns of Trie
pnrden ced in needy fntmcrs. through llev W
Midden nnd others. This fmnoiis old oeed
houfc lm long been noted for It reliability ni d
br.iid gniiKo methods mid ncll decries the'
grnt isuoccm ihnt tins trowncd Uclr ciVoris
Kmy one who coiiteiiiplntc iiUntliig k-ciI
should send for llio li tcrctiiig mid Itntriirthe
cnlnlogue which they oiler to tend frco of1
ch rge. 1
Wanted Salesmen to sell very
complete lino of lubricating oils,
greases and specialties. Liberal terms
to proper parly.
Jkwk l Hkkinixc! Co.
CHATTEL MOimhUlK .S'-I.A'.
Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of a
chattel inorigiigo dated on tho 1.1th tlay of July,
A. I). 1 Mi, nnd nu y died in tho oltlco of Hi J
con nty clerk of WebHer cotuitr. Nebraska, on
the Wth day of lebriinry. A. I), iwrt. and ex
ccutedbyO. h.vthlieio fecuro ihorayimiitof
Ihesumofn.XOand upon which there Is non
duo Iho sum of liojos default having boon
myde In the payment of said sum nnd no suit or
other proceeding at law having been Instituted
ua, on the 'JOIli ly of .March. A. I). It07. at two
I'. 111. ui nuia my,
Dated this 22dilay of Kebrunry, A. D. 1SH7,
,. ,. ,. 'K-'OIIMICK llAr.VESTI.U MiCIIINK Co.
liy 11. M.Allev, Agent.
Pl'llMVA TIOXOF SUMMONS.
R. MoNlTT, ATTORNEY.
I" die district court r,f tho Tenth Judicial
j'l-iuci hi n in iur nt osier county, Nebraska,
A. A. Sivcaiitureii, 1
Orlando .1. Stewart,
June Stewart, ct al.
1110 above named defendant Otlnndo J.
Stewart and Jnne Stewart will tako notice Unit
on the 2lst day of December. lb!J, A. A. Swear
liiRcn tiled her petition aKnlnst them Impleaded
wlthoihcr defendants for tho foreclosure of n
mortgage deed ami extension thereof nlvcii by
ihcin to the Hamilton Loan & Trust Company on
theilmttlay of Aurusi, issy, recorded In llook
V of tho rm.rtKr.K0 records of Webster county,
Nebraska, atl'agerW, on the 3d day of August,
IKSS. nnd duly aligned to this plaintiff, which
mortgago Is upon tho following real property,
tpwlt: The west half of section six, township
thrco.rnngo ten. west of the fitli I'. M. In Web
Mereouuty. Nebraska, nnd wan given tosccuro
tbcstimof fl,Mio with Interest thereon duo In
live yenrs f rem laid date untn which there Is
now duo II,10 with Interest at 7 per cent per
annum from February 1st, 1897; sail petition
further praya for the recovery of io.8l raMns
taxet by plaintiff, for a sale of said premises
and the foreclomro of the interests of all de
fendants In and to said premises. You and each
of you arc required to answer said petition on
pr before the !th day of March, 1897 r the al
legations thereof will bo taken as true and
decree rendered accordingly.
A. A. swsuiusorN, I'lalntlir.
U. MuNitt, Attorney.
AHOHXEV and COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Special attention to Commercial and
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. N
R. T. PoTTEi?, Attorney.
I. Ml A I. XOTIOK.
In the DMrlct Court of Web-ter Coutitv. No
William 1. Heed. Lydln
-M. Heed, Samuel K.
Tlio tboo imincil tlefo: ilntit Samuel K. Heed
will take uollco that 011 tliovhth day of Decem
ber. Ihttt, pbilntltr herein Died Ills petition In the
District Court of Webster county, Nebraska.
against said ilcretilnnt,tliu object and prnjerof
which aro to forceloso n certain mcrt.
executed bv the ilefeii,lni witii.n, n
teed and l.vtllii M. Heed to .'. 1. innn,i'
whlcli ald note nod mortgage were beforo
maturity duly assigned, delUered and trnns
fcrrcd to this lilalutttT. upon lot number four Ml
In block number three (3). In Morey's addition
to the town of nine Hill. Nebraska, to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note dated
September Cth. 18SW, for the sum of IIHO.OO.due
and payable one year from date thereof: that
there Is now tlue upon said noto and mortgage
tbe sum of 1180.00 with Interest at thn r.i Tu
ten per cent per annum from the loth tlay of
October, 1891, for which sum plalntltT prays for
a decree that defendants bo required to pay tho
same, or that said premises may be sold to
satisfy the amount found due plaintiff. You
are requiri-u leaiiinrr raid petition on Of be
fore tbe 1st day of March. 1807.
Dated January 19, 1897.
, , , Curroan J. Pons.
By Host. T. Pottkh, his attorney, i 4t
Notice Is hereby given that tha uudersliiiiad
have associated themselves together for the
purpose af becoming Incorporated under the
laws of tha state of Nebraska.
Tha name of such corporation shall be the
Piatt A Frees Campany.
Tha principal place of transacting Its business
snail on ai inn t-iauia, coster t'ouniy. Menras
The general nature of the business to be
br said carroration la thn hn.imr
selling and dealing generally In caal, lumbar
and building material af all kinds. The amount
of capital stock autharlred Is Ten Thousand
dollars the whole amount of which shall be
paid In within ten days after the tiling of the ar
tides of Incorporation. The time of the cam
raenctanentof said corporation li January stb,
A. D. 1887. and the same shall be terminated on
theHthdsyof Jsnuary, A. D. 1917. The highest
amoant of Indebtedness or liability to which
f 13.C0,I:?I "hll t any time subject Itself
Is hlx Thousand Dollars. The affairs af the
corporation will be conducted by a board of
..it. uiirtwn itiiu snau eiect rromtneirown
number a EresldenL vice president, secretary
and treasurer, wha .fiall have such powers In
the active manaretar-nt af aald u,J,.n.. ..
mmj uu cunicrreii upon mem Dy trie by
or the articles of Incorporation of said
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Dated, Rad Cloud. Neb,
i. M. Pnxis.
.'. J Piatt.
M. M. Piatt,
J. S. EMIGH,
1" YOU WANT IT.
Crown I Bridge Work or Teeth Wilhonl Plates.
And all tho lateit- Improvement la dontal mech
.u iuuic mill iii-ui, ur any part inercor. there
fpro I will ell tho property described, vlr.: 0110
-,tMo?rlllK Machine, nt public ancilon at
Ited ClOtld. ClllllltV nfWpli.lnr .Intn nf V.I.....
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
PAitKi?'s cmccr? TONIO
tiilrs I.un -Iroui'e. Debility. dMresstnjt stonurtt lei
f emVe III, nnj Is tij'el jf making rurts hen ill oCur
trrttmtnl fills. rnr rmrflipr iml Imttnl thouM hsvslt.
Cltsniri tnJ kfanlir.es ths htlf.
rromotti ft laiurlsr.l ronth.
Never Fills to Restore Orsy
llMr to Its Youthful Color.
Curts .dip dlKSirs hair faUlng.
oucanq m lv Mt ...uhb1".
0orns.btopi til pain. Mikes walki Xeaiy.lic. stDiujj.
OF ATX THIS DnfllC
that Ml lut DUUI0
AIMishalf rnular ptleei. r
!M7 Catalofut. bow ready for rait
dutrlbntlon, the moat unlqut and
trtldle utllih.,1. sit roa Corr.
MlaaO. H. Llpplnoott,'
10 fti.lh fl( ft . Vi.i.lMII. Ufa.
PCIilrtickii, J.H., :.', Dlamon.l nrsnf.
JjTjv lrllnl ami Only Genuine. A
tionttiutimiHti'Uit. At l'fulti,r vn 1 f
in itiiri rrr nrMCtii tr, uniDfiiUIt i
IWIef for 1 uf,"inlttrtr, r-r rrttiri
tld 1 ail Local Uruul'U. I'hIUdtv. I-?
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of some simple
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Write JOHN WEDDERIiURN CX.. Patent Attor.
and lilt of two hti
O. C. far their at ll nrlm nittr
hundred Inventions wanted.
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Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat
ent business conducted for MOOCRATC Fica
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Nun nsvauiciuiDNicHwa less time man moss
remote from WiahlnMnn.
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Sad rnodel, drawing or photo., with descrlp-5
Hon. We advise, If patentable or not, free oil
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Our fee not due tilt patent is secured.
?A PMf HttT. " now to Ubtain 1'atenU," with
cost pi same In the U. S. and foreign countries
sent free. Adilreu.
sent free. Address,
OM. PATCNT OrriCC, WABHIMOTON. D. C.
ALWAYS OX TAP.
To any person interested in
humane matters, or who loves
animals, we will send free,
upon application, a copy of
the 'ALLIANCE," the o?Kan
of this Society. In addition
to its intensely interesting
reading, it contains a list of
the valuable and unusual
'; .1 ",a :c" u cne paper.
HUMANE ALLIANCE, 410
411 United Charities Building,
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