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llrfl HEP CLOUD CHIMP1. JBIOJDAI. JXE 4 191)7.
Ccvcro Attack of Dyspepsia Cured
by Hood's Sarsnparllla-A Skin
Dlseaso From Childhood.
"Since wo came to North Dakota we
bsvc never had ocnn'on to call a physl
itlsu. We take HisudN b'arnaparllla for all
our Mlltneiits.1 About three years ago my
liuUud hud the misfortune to strain his
nirniBch by heavy lifting. This brought
on dyMxpufa and ho Buffered very muob,
rfpeclal'y nlfrht, and he could bo
rlcrp. He decided to take Hood's Sana
psrllla and after using; two bottlsa ha was
completely cured. Ho wao also gratified
to And that Hood'a Barnaparllla rellered
him of a roughness of the skin with
which he hBd been troubled from child
hood." Mae. John Abbams, Pemhlna,N.D.
N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Bar
aaparllla do not be Induced to buy a sub
rtltuiv sudu) unt
stitute. Insist upon
The Uot-ln fact tho One True-Blood 1'urlllcr.
Hold by nil druggists, fit six for .v
. ,, -.. are tasteless, mild, effeo
liOOd S PHIS tlve. AlldruggUU. 360.
w. l. momillan.
Obs jeer 1100
Bis months ,v w
PdBLlSnRD KVKHY FIUDAY
Xnursd at the post office at Red Cloud, Neb. as
second class mall mattor.
A good rain In flooded greatly.
Edwin Lewis 1h working for A. A.
Jake Foutfc Iirh purchasod J. J. Has
Miss LUHe Henderson Ih working for
Mr. J. M. Hndloy has purohaed
Prof. Marshall's organ.
Tho altnunl of tho academy had a
meeting at Robersons Sunday.
Mrs. Cloak of Mt. Rose Ih visiting
her sister Mrs. Win. Haworth.
Ray Trueblood of llarkloy, Kansas, is
viniting rolatives la this vicinity.
Cut worms are damaging tiie gar
dons and corn badly in this vicinity.
Mr. John Pickett of Glen Elder, a
prospective student, was looking up
About sixty young people spent
Wednesday plonlclngat the river. All
report a splendid time.
Chaa. Hooper of Smith county, an
ex-student of the academy, attended
the graduating exercises.
Misses Maud aud Etta Hutchison
of Republio City attended the reunion
and graduating exercises and secured
room for the coming school year.
Etta will teach Instrumental music
at the academy.
The last of the studeuts left Sunday
when Warren Wells strapped his be
longings on his wheal and started for
Mr. Hughs where he will work this
summer. Northbranch Is a dread
fully lonesome place uow.
Rev. John Hadley of Indiana who
Is on his way as a missionary to Alaska
will hold a two days meeting at North
branch Saturday aud Sunday. There
will Ihj three sessions on Sunday aud. a
basket dinner at the church. Every
one is invited.
Tho oxerclsos of (he students re-
union was hold Thursday evening. Tho
election of otllcera for the coming two
years was us follows: Prosldout, Wal
lace Cllno: lirst vice-president, Ada
Pillion; second vice-president, Oer
trude Perry; secretary, Emma M. To
laud; first marshal, Will H. Mosher;
second marshal, Orla Lamb.
Tho gruduutlug exorclbes of the
academy were held Friday evening.
The house was beautifully decorated
and an enormous crowd atteuded. By
sunset It was impossible to get u seat
and about as mauy were on the out
side as thero were Inside. The pro.
Kratn was all beautifully carried out
oxoupt, the oration by May.Riuard.
This was dispensed with ou account of
her getting her face so poisouod at the
plcnlo that sho could scarce see or
speak. The following is tho program:
Oration "Heroism" Gertrudo
Oration "Night Briugs Out the
Stars." Grace Davis.
Oration "Cuaraoter .Building." E
Oration "Storms Strengthen the
Ouk." May Rluard.
Address Rosa Haworth.
Presentation of Diplomas,
Valedictory Gortrudo Porry.
Stock ranch, 1010 aures, 1 niiien
from Cowle, Nubr.,'8 miles from Red
Cioiul. Fine timber audji'iiiiliiiig water.
Will sell choap for cash or will vc'iit
for. season of 'U7. A. L'.1' Himiuth,
Manager, Cowlus, Nebraska.1' '
Wo had a lino rain Tuesday night
C. Miller lms a sister visiting hltn
Thoro was a large crowd from hero
to Red Cloud on Docoratlou Day.
Bill Eames Is grading between the
lake bridge and the creek brldgo this
Rer. Blackwell preached a memorial
sermon to tho old soldiers which was
Tho Inavate nine and Walnut creek
nine played ball last Saturday. Ina
vale wan way in the load.
Mrs. Irons and Sam Miller started
for Ottumwa, Iowa, Tuesday where
they have gouo on a visit.
' Rev. Vandyke, wife and daughter
wero down from Franklin nttondtng
tho Tlcknor-Hiilo wedding.
Mr. L. Kenyon and wifo aud Robt.
Keuyou and Al Qarnor are among
thoso thnt have new bicycles,
C. Hunter shippod five, Sam Hoaton
six and" W.N. Richardson throe cars
of stock from here last Tuesday.
Mr. Stono and wife of Toledo, Ohio,
who have been visiting at II. G. Saw
yers' started for homo tho fore part of
Thore was a wodding at A. C. Hale's
last Tuesday at noon, the parties being
Rev. O. E. Tlcknor and MissNettlo
Halo. They started the samo after
noon for Wilcox whoro bo has boon en
gaged to preach, Their many friends
join in wishing thorn a long and happy
Mr. llelilebower closed his nine
mouths school last Friday with u pic
nic. Tho school marched up to Mr.
Olmsted's gro vo in the morning. They
had a big picnic dlunor thon spont tho
rost of tho day In playing games and
swinging. Mr. Hotllobowor is a num
ber one toacher. Ho was well liked
both in and out of school,
"Thoro's no use talking," says W. II.
Broadwell, druggist, La Cygnc, Kas.,
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhma Uomcdj docs the work.
After taking medicines of my own pre
paration and those of others, I took a
do.se of Chamberlain's and it helped
mo; a second doso cured mo. Candidly
and conscientiously I can recommend
it as the best thing on tho market.''
Tho 25 and SO rent sizes for sale by 11.
E. Grice, Druggist.
Notloe to Applicants to Have Sohool
Notice is hereby given that all par
ties wishing to have school lands ap
praised by tho board of county com
missioners for the purpose of purchas
ing saui lanus, must do so al onco.
Said applications must be tiled in the
county clerk's office on or before tho
31st day of June, 1807, in order to give
tho board time to appraise said lands.
L. H. Fort,
Red Gluud, Nob., Juno 1, 1807.
A. U. Patter, with E. C. Atkins &
Co,, Indiauapolis, Ind., writes: "I
have never before given a testimonial
in my life. But I will say that for
threo years we have never boen with
out Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhcea Remedy iu the house, and
my wifo would as soon think of being
without flour as a bottlo of this remedy
in the summer season. Wo have used
it with all threo of our children and it
has never failoa to euro not simply
stop pain, but cure absolutely. It is
all right, ard any nno who tries it will
find It so." For snlo by II. E. Grlce,
All Her Life.
Mr. B. D. Jenkins, of Lithonia, Ga.,
aays that his daughter, Ida, inherited a
severe case oi eczema, wnicn me usual
mercury and potash remedies failed to
relieve. Year by year she was treated
with various medicines, external appli
cations and internal remedies, without
result. Her sufferings were intense,
aad her condition grew steadily worse.
All the so-called blood remedies did not
seem tc reach the dis
ease at all nntilS.
S.S. was given, when
was at once noticed.
The medicine was
continuecd with fav
orable results, and
sow she is cured
sound and well, her
skin is perfectly
clear anal pure and
she has been saved
from what threat
ened to blight her life forever.
S.S.S. (guaranteed purely vegetable)
curea Eczema, Scrofula, Cancer, Rheu
matism, or any other blood trouble.
It is a real bloc d remedy and always
cures even afUr all else fails.
A Real Blood Remedy
Take a blood remedy for a blood disease;
a tonic won't cure it.
ou blood nud
mailed frco to
w L. VT. 1
Paul Story Is acting as C E. Put
nam's deputy in our postolllco.
A lino rain Tuesday evening inado
things look better in this locality.
Mrs Rood of Chicago, daughter of
G. W. Francis Is visiting at the old
The Congregotionnl parsonage is un
dergoing considerable repairs this
Miss Ella Little gave an elocutionary
entertainmont at the M. E. church
last Thursday ovenlng.
Prof. Hart gave an able address on
the higher education In the Christian
church at close of Christian endeavor
on Sunday evoning.
Tho namo of Miss Myrtle Boyco was
inadvertently omitted from tho list of
reciters at tho commencement oxor
cisos last week. Sho guvo a vory good
papor ou, "Tho Beauties of Nature"
Mrs. Woodward, president of the
Rallrohd W.O. T. U. work Bdvocatod
the tomporanco causo vory olocplontly
Saturday ovenlng in the Congrega
tional church. Mrs. W. is a most
effective talker along gospel tomper
The momerial sermon last Sunday
was a decided success. Prof. A. 0.
Hart's address was of a very high
rder. Tho rocltations byMlsB Bertha
Keeney and Miss Helen Fuller were
finely rendered, and the musio elicited
gouoral commondation, Tho old
soldiers woro proseut In force, aud tho
bnilding crowded. It was considered
ho best fierv ice of the kind ever held
in Cowlos. Tho church was very
tastefully docorated with flags and
flowers for tho occasion.
"They arc dandies'' said Thos.
Bowers, of tho Crocket, Texas, Enter
prise, while writing about DeWitt's
Little Early Risers, the famous little
pills for sick headache and disorders of
the stomach and liver. C. L. Cotting.
Miss Margaret Greenhalgh has re
turned from Kansas whero sho has boon
Will Dow was at Lawrouce one day
last wook on business.
E. L. Doughman was in Rod Cloud
E. N. Smith from Kansas is visiting
at John Groonhalgh's.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Finney visited
relatives at Burr Oak several days last
Card of Thanks.
Garfield Post No. 80, G. A. R. hereby
tenders thanks to the officers aud
members of the Christian church for
the use of their ohuroh for the Sunday
and Memorial day servioosjto the min
isters of the various churches who
participated therein; to the Red Cloud
Fire Department; and the teachers
and scholars of school district No. 2,
who took part in said exercises; to the
Sons of Veterans band; to the singers
who furnished music; to the business
men who decorated and closed their
places of business on memorial day,
and to the citizens of Red Cloud and
vicinity who kindly furnished the
flowors for Decoration Day.
J. 8. Whitb.
W. B. Roby, rCoin.
With its beauty and grandeur reveals
to the tourist eacli year snmo new har
mony. There is no place in America
where the summer tourist could spend
his time more profitably than at this
world famed cataract. The Nickel
Plate road with its solid trains, thro'
sleeping car service, aud unexcelled
dining car service between Chicago
New York and Boston is the recognized
highway to this resort. With tho new
train servico which becomes effective
Sunday, May 30th, a stopover of ten
days will be given on botli first and
socoud class tickets to patrons who de
sire to visit tho falls. Trains leavo
Chicago dally at 10:30 a. m., 8:05 p. ra.
and 10:15 p. in.
Mr. J. Y. Callahan, Goneral Agent,
Ul Adams St., Chicago, 111., will be
pleased to furnish all information in
regard to stopover, etc.
SruiNa Mkdioink is a necessity
which Hood's Sarsaparilla grandly
supplies. It purifies and vitalizes the
blood aud thus gives tone and strength
to the wholo system.
Hood's Pills are tho only pills to take
with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Caro all
Inauguration ef New Train Service.
Twenty-four hours to New York;
thirty hours to Boston. Taking effect
Sunday, May 30th, the Nickel Plate
road will run threo through trains
daily, in each direction, between Chi
cago, rt. Wayne, Cleveland, Erie,
Buffalo, Now York aud Boston. This
lino has grown so in popularity that it
lias become necessary to Increase the
train sorvicu iu order to meet tho de
mands of the traveling public.
Mr, J. Y. Calahan, (Jen'l Agont, 111
Adams St., Chicago, III. will bu pleased
to furnish ull Information In lejjuidto
this nuw train service. )
DaWUt's Little Early JRImtK
The famous little pllU.
, ' J
Hnmit Qtierr Pulton In Tobacco.
Chemists say Turkish tobacco con
tains prussle acid and Cuban tobacco
has another alkaloid called collldlnc,
one-twentieth of a drop of which will
kill a frog, giving the creature all the
symptoms of paralysis. Experiments
have proved that three drops of the
liquor that accumulates In the bowl of
a pipe will kill a rabbit la nine minutes.
A drop of pure aicotlne Inserted Bear
the conjunctiva of any small animal
will kill It almost instantly; eight
drops will kill a horse, giving him
frightful convulsions. If one drop of
the stuff would give a man convulsions
one day It would take two the next,
four on the third day, etc., which
shows how readily the system adapts
Itself to pokon. St Louis Republic.
Young wlfe-"What is baby trying
to say, dear?" Husband "Olve It up
lie seoms to be trying to manufacture
a word about twenty syllables long."
Young wife -"Isn't that lovely? He'll
bo a great scientist some day." Tit
"I have ncvVr bad a day's sickness
in my life," said a middle-aged man tho
"What a comfort it would bo," sighs
sotno poor invalid, "to bo in his place
for a year or two." Yet half tho
invalids wo soo might bo justas healthy
as he, If they would only tako proper
caro of themselves, eat proper food
and digest it.
It's so strange that such simple
things aro overlooked by thoso who
Food makes health.
It makes strength and strougth
wards off sickness. The man who had
never been sick was strong because ho
always digested his food, and you
could becomo the samo by helping
your stomach to work as well as his.
Shaker Digcstivo Cordial will help
your stomach and will mako you
strong and healthy by making tho food
you cat make you fat.
Druggists sell it. Trial bottle 10
Try the New 28 Hour Train to New York.
Tho popular Nickel Plato road is
meeting with recognition on all hands
aud taking effect Sunday, May 30th,
they will inaugurate a new train ser
vice between Chicago and the east.
Solid through trains with elegantly
equipped palace sleeping cars will
leave Chicago daily at 10:35 u.m., 3;05
p.m. and 10:15 p.m. Uniformed
colored porters will be in charge of all
through trains, and the traveling pub
lic will bo enabled to avail themselves
of n trip that will not be tiresome.
Fast tituo and low rates will be one of
the main features that the Nickel Plate
road can offer to their patrons. For
full information in regard to train ser
vice, etc., call on or address, J. Y.
Culahan, Gen'l Agent, 111 Adams St.,
Chicago, or H. Thorne, G. P. & T A.,
Ill Adams St., Chicago, III.
Tkrriblk Aooidkmt. ft is a terrible
accident to bo burned or scalded, but
the pain and agony and frightful dis
figurements can be quickly overcome
without leaviug a scar by using De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. C. L. Cot
ting. To California Comfortably.
Every Thursday afternoon, a tounist
sleeping car for Sail Lake City, Sau
Francisco and Los Angeles leaves
Omaha and Lincoln via tho Burlington
Route. It is carpeted, upholstered in
rattan, lias spring seats and backs and
is provided with curtains, bodditig,
towels, soap, etc. An experienced ex
cursion conductor and a uniformed
Pullman porter accompany it through
to tho t'aciuo coast. While neither so
expensively linished nor so tine to look
at as the palace sleeper, it is just us
good to ride in. Socoud class tickets
are accepted tor passage anu the price
of a berth, wido enough and bigenough
for two, is only S5. tor foulder giving
full particulars, call at nearest Bur
lington ticket nllice, or write to J,
Francis, G. P. A., Burlington Route.
Notioo to Toaohera.
Notice is hereby given that I will ex
amine all persons who may desire to
offer themselves as candidates for
teachers of the public schools of this
county, at Red Cloud on tho third Sat
urday 01 eaon moutu.
Special examinations will bu held on
the Friday precccding the 3d Saturday
of each month.
The standing desired for 2d and 3d
grade certificate is tho same no grade
below 70 per cent,, uverago 80 per cent;
for first grade certificate no grade be
low 80 per cent., average 00 per cent in
all brnnches required by law.
D. M. Huntku, County Supt.
Money to Lean.
In any amount at. S per cent for 5
years ou western town aud farm
property, H. C. Wilcox A Co., Bank
kers and Brokers, 353 Broadway, New
One hundred and sixty acres of un
improved laud, four miles northwest
of Red Cloud, Nebr. Terms cash. Ap
ply to, Mrs. James Kirkwood, Fair
W. B. Johnson, Newark, O., says
"One Minuto Cough Cure saved my,
only child 'from dying by croup."
It had saved thousands of others suffer
ing fiom croup, pneumonia, bronchitis
aud other serious throat nud lung
troubles. O. L. Cotting
Hundreds of ihoiihunils have been in
duced to try Chamberlain Cough
Rumedy by reading what it has dono
for others, aud havlnctested Its-merits
for themselves are to-day its warmest
filends. For sale by II. E. Grlce,
nit M.xr iwtir.
ItPMinit'ttf ' rif tit,. Klortlnim Wlirrn
'ii, 1. v to ll (Humph.
Wasi.,.uX., N"t fl Ureal Interest
was iii-imf ''cl her In the IegMatlvo
election Uii-nuirhotit the country, as
they will iiiutorlally affect tho control
of the t'nl ted Mutes senate. Up to
yesterday the standing in the senate
was as follnws: Itepubltcans, 42; dem
ocrats, 3i); populists, 0; meant (demo
crat), 1; t.itul. 88. As the result of
yesterday's elections the democrats
wilt lose and the republicans will gain
a senator from Maryland, Kentucky
and Ohio respectively. The other leg
Islattve elections do not appear to
affect- the standing In the senate as
Mississippi remains democratic, while
Iowa continues republican. Utah
chooses two United States senators for
the first time, but the complexion of
the legislature Is not certain. The
Utah sonatora take their seats in the
senate shortly after congress assem
bles. The changes In Ohio and Mary
land will not affect tho senato until
The republican majority iu the next
Ohio legislature, as shown by the re
turns from Ohio, Insures the retire
ment of Senator Ilrlco (dera.) and tho
succession of n republican. It appears
to be settled that ex-Uov. Foraker will
be tho choice of the legislature, as tho
state convention placed his namo in
the platform as the senatorial candi
date. In Maryland the election of a repub
lican legislature, the first in many
years, will bring about the retirement
of Senator Gibson and tho election of
a republican In his place. The election
of a republican legislature In Iowa was
not unexpected, and It Is considered
settled that Sonator Allison will be
elected to succeed himself.
The return of a democratic legisla
ture In Mississippi has been a foregone
conclusion. It will elect a successor to
Senator Ocorge. The returns from
New York and New Jersey indicate re
publican gains. These legislatures
do not cloct United States sen
ators this year, but, as part of legisla
tures hold over, the present election is
important in influencing these bodies
which will elect successors to Senator
Hill, of Now York, and Senator Smith,
of New Jersey, whose terms expire
March 4, 1807.
Don't neglect a cough because thot
weather is pleasant; beforo tho ucxt
storm rolls around it may develop into
a serious difficulty beyond repair,
One Minute Cough Cure is easy to take
and will do what its names implies.
C. L. Cotting.
Not only piles of tho vory worst kind
can lie cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, but eczema, scalds, burns,
bruises, boils, ulcers.and all other skin
troubles can be instantly relieved by
the saute remedy. C. L. Cotting.
THE BBCRXT OF BEAUTY.
Dr. Hart man in speaking of female
beauty in a recent letter, said: "It is
not vanity fur a woman to desire to be
beautiful. It is natural for a woman
to have a graceful
features and a
This is hers by
birthwright. It is
only when some
disease or calamity
robs her of these
natural gifts, to
which she is en
titled, that she does not have them. It
is, therefore, perfectly natural and
oomiiieiidable that sho should, as far as
possible, obtain that whioh Is hers by
nature. This is justas it should be, if
sho does not make a mistake in tho
means used. To cover a blemish, to
conceal a deformity, to hide a poor
complexion, is not to get rid of them.
"After all, good health is the basis of
beauty. Clean skin, clean mucous
membranes; these aro tho truo source
of beauty aud symmetry. It is even
more necessary that tho lining mem
branes of tho body (mucous membranes)
bo kept clean than tho covering mem-
branes (the skin) should bo kept clean.
Tho slightest catarrhal congestion of
the mucous membrane, especially in
females, gives rise to weakening dis
cbarges, acrid secretions, and a host of
distressing symptoms peculiar to fe
The it'inody is Pe-ru na. Pe-ru-na
cures eatarrh wherever located.
Femtde catarrh is the most beauty-destroy
iug disease iu existence. Pe-ru-na
cures by removiug the cause. Pe-ru-na
strikes ul the sotneo of all these hate
ful disliureiuenUi. Send to the Pe-ru-
na Drug Manufacturing uompnny,
Columbus, Ohio, for a free book.
boli woman Timer.
A St. Louis Htanogrupber Weara Stolen
Clonk from m Dry Good Store.
8t. Louis, Nov. 0. Miss Alice Hamll
toa, stenographer In the office of E. M.
Wardi manager of the Transit Coal Co.,
yestorday entorod Scruggs, Vandcr
voot A Barney's dry goods store, coolly
opened one of the large glass cases,
selected a mink akin cloak worth 8150,
put it on and walked out Mlsa Hamil
ton was recognized by an acquaint
ance, a saleswoman, who noticed her
supposed purchase, and went to the fur
department to ascertain who had made
the sale. It was then found that the
cloalc had been stolen. Miss Hamilton
admitted that she had taken it, and
told whero the cloak could bo found,
Instead of a single cloak tho dotcctivo
found hor room packed with dry goods
of every description, Inventoried at
$.1,500 to $1,000. Miss Hamilton claims
to be a kleptomaniac, nud tiys sho did
not fctuul tho oods for profit.
t i,i 1 , 1 1 1 .
J One, Minute Cough Cure, curt.
1 nan ie wm wee ier
Only $22.50 to Sau Francisco.
I iiiif '2'.) to July 8, ncfiitint Nnlional
Convention Christian Kmlei'voicrs.
Special trnins. Tlnougli totiiist and
palace sleepers. Stop-over allowed at
and ivi-u of Denver. Return via Port
land, Yellowftoiip Park and Black
Hills if desired
Eudeavorcrs and their fi lends who
take the Burlington Route are guaran- '
teed a quick, cool, ciitiitorl-dile journey,
tine scenery (by daylight) and first class
Berths reserved ami dei'i iptivelitera
Hire furnished on request. See nearest
B. & M. R. R. ticket ncent or writo to
J. Francis, (. P A., Burlington Route,
Less than half rates to Sau Franrtsco
June 20 to July a, via the Burlington
Route See nearest B. & M. R. R.
Some for tun, some f.i twenty and
some for thirty yeins h-tve suffered
from piles and then have been quickly
and permanently cured by uMtig Do
Wllt'a Witch Hazel Salve, tho great
remedy for piles and all forms of skin
diseases. C. L. Cotting.
Wo sell beer at wholesale and you
can get any quantity from one keg up,
at the South Side Sample Room. John
trtm TT&Jtmm&l tt i
rrec w. . rsake. who
tnaksa a specialty of
EpIUptjr, has- without
doubt trsatsd and cur
ad mora cases than any
living Physician ; Ws
auecss la astonishing-.
Wa hava heard o( catea
cc so rears' standing;
tle of fata absolute care, free to any eufferere
wno may aena their P. O. and Express address.
wa advise any one wishing a cure to ddrete
ratlf. I. mo, ft VM4CatarfU ItwTerX
hai demonstrated ten thousand
Uses that It Is almost Infallible
Irregularities and deraagesaenta.
It has become the leading remedy
for thle class of tronbles. It exerts
a wonderfully healing, strengthen
ing and soothing Influence npoa
the menstrual organs. It cures
whites" andfalllngef the womb.
It stops flooding and relieves sas
tsssia1 aad painful menttrusttea.
For Ohaage of Life it Is the best
medicine made. It la beaefleUl
daring pregnancy, and helps to
bring ehUdrem Into homes barrea
for years. It Invigorates, stiara
latee, atrengthena the whole sys
tem. This great remedy Is otsred
to all afflicted woman. Why will
any woman suffer another minute
with certain relief within reach T
Wine of Cardnl only costs 11.00 per
bottle at yonr drag store.
Tor adrlM, (n com rfutrln nteiat 1
Hmi. mddrm. sbrfna tvmvtomi. Me "It
Aivitorg Dtvartmtnt," The CKatlaneoea afl-
Mtne l'o., vnatumoofa, unn.
Is. I. W. SMITH. CasiBsn, I. C. tsiil
"Mi He uses Wisest Cereal at baais
far tahlnfl at the westb aad It entirely
ltEPOilT OF THK CONDITION
TATr; danw nv pen rrnim"
MAlt "AN ft U f KtU LLUUD,
in a ivi an. ite.Ha,
At Kcd Cloud, In the State of Nclirmks, at tba
close of butlucb Mar 20, 1897.
Loam and DUcoimti. ................. .....S,TI,'I2 01
overdrafts, secured and unnecMiml, . 411 K7
Current oxpensc and Uxt paid. ....... j m y,
Due from otbrr national,
state and private banks
and baiiierf........... 1W8.87I m
Currency. ... ..... ........ l'i ou
Specie .. 3,144 as
Nlcklpi and cents 4a iw
Total cash on hand.... ...
Total. ..... . . ...
Capital Mock hIi1 Iu . ...... . .. ,
Surplus fund -.............
Undivided profits , ,
Individual deposits subject
to check 47,158 90
Time ceitlflcates ofdepoilu 69 20
Demand certificates of de
port . 5,531 43
.. 8,600 00
.. 1,741 01
HTATf or MmniBiA, I
County of Webster, f ""
Ji w-T- Aula. cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the boat ef my know).
w M '. . w T. Autu, Cashier.
N. M. Pouni, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this iM
dsyof June, 1W7. . M
, Robt. T. Fottbb. NsUry Public.
Commission expires September lit, 1898
R. MoNitt, Attorney.
f'ieiwi,, hi emu iwi "vuoKi lutiuiY, .lenraaka
Ktliiiflstv U'olann " v.ieawskaa..
UVHM1IVI I MinWM
TI10 alidvo rinninl ilffiinilnni win ik ...,.
I.U Ml'ln?. n.".,,!."yi0f W "I"ll"r M
hit lliloii In ho above entiled court nuulnrt
her alien Iiik their uiarrlsKe un.l thudcleriloii
by iK-riiidiiiit rif iliu puint.ir fur more than tw.
jearnlunt t'al. ami prailnu for a decree of
vorte f 1 inn the bund! nrm trlinonr.
, 1 '!,.',""' u'l" re1 " "wer or plead In
raid petition 011 or beforo llio lOtli day of Jul v
or same will be taken to be true and decree
passed accordingly. bciiuTUtn WAteoii
IUndolvh McFiitt, Attorney. WTW'
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