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WORK THAT GOES AWRY. I HACKED OUT AT THE ALTAR.
Home Thine- that Disturb tl.a Household ,tow " ou" K""wn Thwarted
... Her Fatlier'a Matrimonial I'ltni.
Ilnnptnes. ,. ,, ,, ...
-, , . , ...... I If nil tlio yourtff women were like
.Ercry litiiwa keeper known that It is M,M Alny Lftmi)(.rt ltwooM bo a train
tint llift Nlruili- motion work which 1 .... .... ...... . ..
irocs on day nftcr day, with variations
i inciticnuu coinpnn.y and incidental
extra work of viirlotis kinds, that
hrenka down the henlth and temper. '
Jn tho harmoiilouii home, and tlicro '
are tliouanml of such hnppy homes
throughout tho land, na, 'n,n, ;;?
. ii- i r it i .
the family contributes a share of work
to tho complotc whole.
Tim thlncrs that ixhiinl. (lin inillmiM
nnd lcavo a powerful Impress flnnlly,
ilko drops of water on tho. hard rock,
wearing out nervous strength and pa
tience, uro tho unexpected. Thoro
keems to ho certain individuals so con
stituted that thoy can not conform to
mo roitunu ways of any liomc. They
, ,, . , . . . "J
.nvnrlahly tangle up the Work by go-'
Inn- on in tin nillv ilnnl wnv nt
intr on in UTi ndlvldunl wav of
their own, "regardless of the con
venience of all other members of tho
Wtt Alt nltl l llfl MltHM 1M 1.n. la rt S I
uuuraiiviui 4iiv uvui iui urvitltlUBb
may be settled for all tho rest, but not
for theui. In all aorta of unexpected
ways they manage to interfere with
tbe routine of things, and actnully
Make double work for everyone else
There are some housekeepers who
have no Idea of system, who are hard,
drudflng workers, forever cleaning
and grubbing over floors and pantries
that ought to be kept clean. Hustle
and noise are not parts of a good house
keeper's work. The wheals of motion
im a well-kept house move ao noialeaaly
that no one is aware that there is a
system in all that goea on, unless it be
by the senae of quiet and peace pre
vailing over everything. It is
just this quiet atmosphere which
the undisciplined person falls to
appreciate. Yet there can be no
homo without serious breaks la
.comfort where there is no thorough
laystcm. disguised though it maybe;
and tho ignorant person wonders why
everything seems to bo In perfect order
without any display of extraordinary
work. The reason Is that the work Is
all d die at un appointed time, and an
extra effort Is made If there Is to be
The 1 msekeepor who Is systematic
docs notntti'iiipt to do more than she
can. J ho refusen to do unnecessary
Work which who Is sure can not be uti
compllshed without hurry and confu
sion, and which will put back ncccs
isary work. It requires cool judgment
Ito estimate this, and some Independ
ence to accomplish it When everv
other woman In the vlllngo hus joined
a new society, It seems churlish to re
fuse to do bo, yet tho systematic house
'keeper must sometimes refuse if Itin
Iterferes with necessary work at home,
tin general it will be found that she
idoea more for tfce church and for the
ether objects In the village because
her time ia bo arranged that she has
tore to spare.
The family sewing-basket ia not al
Hawed to get beyond her needle. The
M maxim, "A atitoh ia tiaae saves
,miae," ia carefally heeded, and tho
laeadiagla lessened. The ayatematlo
WOmaa keM u acanuntlMinlr aaA
Ikaows to a peany what t he expendi
ture are. and sbn rlwa nat arcs Vu.vn.il
them, the ia net subject to untoward
(Mcldamta, like the upsetting of lamps,
tb overturning of ohlna, and thoae va
rloua mishaps that try the patience, be
eauaeaheU careful. The wholosecretof
her system Ilea la her care of little
I things. And because of this very care
ahe U aaved much of the labor of more
Nothing ia ao wearisome and so wear
ing to tho nervous system as the Irrita
tion arising from want of system and
general haphazard methods of house
keeping. It Is truth, not Action, that
indolent people always work the
hardest. They never tind what they
iaro in search of. They make all man
ner of work which of uceetislty thoy
ore compelcd to tako caro of. N. Y.
Taking h Monttmtmi Step.
"Wliat'll you churgc me for a mar
riage license?" asked the loosc-jotntcd
tyoung mun in brown jeans.
"Two dollars," replied the aounty
"Is that tho reg'ler price?"
"Can't git It no cheaper in any of the
i other ofitces?"
"Don't keep no second-hand licenses
that was brought buck 'cause the feller
,got slipped up on and hadn't no use fur
"Of course not."
"Well," snld the young man, pushing
ibis hat back on his head, "you kin save
one fur me. I'll be rouud agin next
Saturday with the two dollars. I'm
igoin' buck now to hunt up a-rai."
1 Chicago Tribune.
Waterman Talkiu' about bravery,
lthere goes the bravest man that walki
Summer Vialtor That little dude?
"That's the one.",
i "My! Myl Tell me about him.
"He can't'swim a stroke, and yet he
aalls a cat-boat "Good News.
Ot N Importance.
Quest (at a down-town restaurant)
Gracious, do you know you're wiping
that knife off with your handkerchief,
Mild-Eyed Walter That doer.u't alg
'aify, air, U'b a soiled one." Truth.
Th tarlr MlHUry.
She (petulantly)-I don't car if you
are captain, you needn't devote all your
4-Ibm to drilling your company.
Ha But, my dear, a captain la known
by theaomDSBv ha keens. iWwit ev..
English firemen were greatly ad
aatrad at the International congress
hold at Antwerp. The Belgians and
the ferelga delegates warmly pralitd
the smart condition of men, horses and
engines, while tbe Bremen were moat
eathnaUstteally cheered for the stead-
ismv nwrca pass uw para4a.
Inir to parents in tho wav thrv should
go. Mr. Lambctt, tho father of
Miss Amy, was a signaler in tho
rrorernment telegraph ofllco at Alla
habad, India. Probably ha had been
influenced bv what hn haw of llfn In
"! ?.'.. ?n7M '.'? ""
India. At any rate, ho regarded his
' oauffjuer mun as no euti mo teicgrann
instruments in his office. With those
I ,. ,.,, .., ,, u r,.nr.in.i
whatever ho wanted it to. Ho ex
pected Miss Amy to do tho same.
Finally Mr. Pnssann, f dusky WRntle
mnti in tho employ of a native prliicd,
net tho dnughter of tho slgnnlev. and
ihu pleaded him Hho was so eminent
ly hatlsfaetory to Jils fnnoy that he
wi umiin uiiiiuuilCfMi 10
, wInIiciHo marrv her
forthwith iiniiounciMl to lior father tlmt
Tho telegraph 'operator th "ffht it
over. Court gcntlmnen, even If rather
Hwarthy ones, wcro not to lo had every
day, and It behooved tho father of a
family of daughters to allow posslblo
wooers to come early an.l olten. So
he announced to Miss Amy that her
future Was arranged for and to pre
pare for the wedding on such and such
a day. When the astonished young
woman recovered from her supriae she
assured her father that she liked not
the rajah's brunette courtier, ana that
to the beat of her knowledge the wed
ding wonld not come off. Her father
pooh-poohed this outburst told her to
draw on him for all she needed for a
suitable trousseau, and took himself off
to drink with his future son-in-law.
Then it was that Miss Amy tambcrt
made up her mind as to a course of ac
tion. During the succeeding weeks,
although she repeatedly and decisive
ly told her father that she could not
and would not be happy with Mr.
Passana, nhe nevertheless, finding that
no hood was paid to her remoiist ranees,
joined with Interest In the prepara
tions for the wedding. At last the day
of tho ceremony arrived. Miss Amy
Lambert, dressed In U beautiful new
grown, nnd with a pleasant conscious
ness that she had more now elothes at
home than she had ever dreumed of
possessing all at once, rodu to tho
church In company with her father,
who, beholding her plucld and satisfied
face, told himself what a wise father
ho had btten.
"All one needs," said the telegraph
operator to himself, "Is a little llrm
ness. Silly girls should never be al
lowed to have their own way In these
And all tho tltno tho bride-elect
smiled softly to herself, as If her
thoughts were peculiarly pleasant
The clergyman, Iter, llrook Deedes,
thought he had never seen a happier
looking couple nnd began the cere
mony with the warm expectation of a
goodly fee. He bowled merrily along
until he reached the question: "Will
you have this man to be your wedded
husband?" He expected a faint "I
will," but was almost paralysed to re
ceive an emphatlo negative from tho
young woman, who at the name time
handed him a document setting forth
aome of her objections.
Of course the wedding did not come
off. The guests dispersed in various
directions, some of them going to con
dole with the determined yoang wom
an's father, who was expected to be
much downcast Strange to say, Kow
over, ho was so delbrhted with hU
daughter's strategy that he was quite
hilarious over the affair and did not even
begrudge her tho fine new wardrobe
she had acquired. What became of the
bridegroom history (in tho shape of
the Allahabad News) does not record,
but after this he will probably not at
tempt to marry an English girl against
A BEAR'S REVENGE.
An Old Urliilr Lira In Walt for th Ioa
Mr. Theodore Hoosavclt, writing of
grizzly beara in his book, "The Wilder
ness Hunter," relates a story told him
by Dr. Morrill, of the United States
army. "A rcmarkublo incident," Mr.
Itoosevolt calls it Dr. Merrill, In
company with an old hunter, was fol
lowing an elk trail In u deep, narrow
On turning u corner of the canyon,
the two men were charged on by an
old she grizzly, so close that It was
only by good luck that ono of their
hurried shots, disabled her and sent her
tumbling over a bank, where she was
They found that she had h.nu lvit.,,
directly across tho game trail on a
smooth, well-beaten patch of bare
earth, which looked as if it hml 1u.t,
dug up, refilled, and trampled down.
examining uus paioli curiously, they
bnw a bit of hide only partially cov
ered at ouu end, and on digging thoy
found the body of a well-grown grizzly
cub. Its skull had been crushed and
the brains licked out. and tlw.m ........
signs of other Injuries.
'tno Hunters pondered long over this
sxrHiigo mscovery, una hazardod many
guesses us to lt meaning. At last they
decided that probably tho oub had
been killed and its brains eaten, either
by some old grizzly or by a cougar;
that tho mother had returned and
driven away the murderer, and that
she hud then burled the lody and lain
above it, waiting to wreuk her ven
geance on the first passer-by.
Hosting Wax at 111 UmiI la rraaae.
In France sealing wax- has by no
Ifouo oui oi use as a conse
quence of the introduction of gummed
envelopes. There is even a sort of
code or languugo of bcaling wax
among fashionable people. White
sealing wax is chosen for communica
tions relating to weddings, black for
obituaries, violet for expressions of
sympathy, chocolate for invitations to
dinner, red for business, ruby for en
gaged lovers' letters, green for letters
from lovers who live in hopes, and
brown for refusals of offers of mar
riage, whHe blue deuotes constancy,
yellow jealousy, pale green reproaches,
aad pink is need by young --iris aad
wrav between f riajsd
CLOUlJ CHIEF, FRIDAY. JULY 2, 197.
Dent to tike after dinner:
Vteyt nt ll8trei, nld inges
tion, cure constipation.
Purtlr tccMtble i do not rli
orrau.araln. Sold fcr all druKirliti. 21 cfnti.
Prepared only by C. I. Ilcxxl A Co., Lowell, Mai.
PITH AND POINT.
Ulg words often make a poor cloa
for a small Idea. Itntn's Horn.
"Hoy, Is your father In?" "I guess
so. Heard inu callsomebodv a dunco."
Miss Casey "I always pay as I go."
Gertrude (who is tired "Do you sco
anything ill this room you wonld llko
to buy?" Vogue.
Teacher "What does yonrjather
work at, Johnny?" Johnny O'Shca
"lie don't woik ut nuttin'jhe'sa police
man. See?" Hi ooklyu 13'uglc.
"Don't you think this spring chick
en Is excellent?"- Hoarder "Yes; I
Bhould think it would outwear oven
Russia lcnther." Intcr-Ocenn.
The Hcst Evidence. Cobwlgger
"Is It long since he bought thU sub
urban residence?" Merritt "It can't
be. He hasn't tried to sell it yet"
A Usual Result Jugley "Cobley
was loaded last night." Corkton
"Well, that must have been the reason
he shot off hia mouth so often." Free
Mother "Why do you stay at
home all the time?" Have you no
friends to visit? Laura "Yes, one,
but I can not endure her." Fliegende
Wlllls-"You don't like to play
poker with Jones, do you?" Wallace
"What leads you to think so?" Willis
"Jones savs hn liken in nlav with
you." Harlem Life.
Hungry Hlggins "Say, italn't hot
on the road, here, ncr nuthln'." Weary
Watklns "You suld 'cr. Don't you
wlsht wo was in some nice, Cool jail?"
"So you feel you can not marry
him." "Yes, I am fully decided."
"Why, don't you like him?" "Oh, I
like .him well enough, but I can't get
him to propose." Brooklyn Life.
Cantley "There is room for im
provement In every home." Topllore
"Not In mine." Cantley "Why, Is your
home so perfect?" Topflore "No, but
wo live in a Hat" N. Y. World.
Teacher "Why was Solomon the
wisest man In the world?" Hoy "He
had so many wives to advise him."
Teacher "Well, that Is not tho answer
in tho book, but you may go up head."
Tailor "Mr. Overdue, I hear that
you are about to be married to Miss
Bullion. Allow me to congratulate
you." Overdue (extending his hand)
"Allow me to congratulate you." Tit
Bits. Not for Inspiration. "Before I be
gan on this story," said young Mr.
Urafflk to his friend," "I opened a
aaall bottle." "Of yellow label?"
asked his friend. "Of ink," replied the
Book Agent. "Here is that book,
ma'am, 'How to Play the Piano."
Lady of the House "What book? I
didn't order any book." Book Agent
"No'm, but the neighbors told me to
bring it to you." Harlem Life.
Truthful "What a horrid humbug
you uro'." "Why, my dear?" "Why,
you said to Mrs. Longchlld that she
didn't look as If she could be the
mother of Miss Longchlld, and she
looks uinetyl" "I know it, but she
looks llko an old maid." Harper's Ba
zar. Epworth Leaguers.
Knroiitn to the third interuaMoual
e.onfoniniM! to bo held at Toronto. Jn v
15-18, should purchase tickets via tho
Iiiitiingtou Hiiute. which has been
designated tno olllcial lino. Special
sleeping and chair curs will be attach
ed to tho Hiiilington's "Vostihuled
Flyer," leaving Uinahn o:(tt p.m.. Tuos-
day, July 18th.
Tickets to Toronto and return atone
faro for tiio found trip will bo oa sale
July 11, 12, 1U and 14 and (if extended
at Toronto) will be good to return un
til August 12th. fiorllm reserved on
application to any B. & M. R. R. rnrent.
J. Francis, (J. P. A., Omaha, Nobr.
To California Comfortably.
Every Thursday afternoon, a tourist
sleeping oar for Salt Lake Cttv. San
Francisco and Los Augelcs leaves
Omaha and Liu coin via tho llurlingtou
Route. It is carpeted, upholstered in
ratlnn, has spring scats and banks and
is provided with curtains, bedding,
towels, soap, ttc. An experienced ex
cursion conductor and a uniformed
Pullman porter nccoiiiimny It through
to tho Pacific coast: Whilo nojther so
expensively finished nor so lino to look
at as tho palace sleeper, It is just us
ffllflll In I'lflft 111 Mnf.in.l itlAd. .I..I..I,..
t, . . ...... .... wuv...,u uiuaq iiunuw
arc accepted for passage and tho prico
of n berth, wide enough ami bkrenough
for two, is only $5, For foulder giving
full particulars, call at nuarcst Bur-
iiiJKiuii ucKci oinee. or write to ).
rituals, G. P. A., Burlington Route,
Mr. C. L. Hasbrnuck. a dmo-crlst at
Meudon, Mich., savs all of tlm wind
testimonials that hnvo been published
oy tno manufacturers of Chamberlain's
Collo, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy
count bo duplicated in that town. For
sain by H. K. Urieo, Druggist.
KerTlKxly Says So.
Casciireta Candy CuUmrllo, the most won
derful medical discovery ot the age, pleas
ant ami refreshing to tho taste, act gentiy
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
rleanslnv the ontlro system, dispel colds,
euro heniliielie, fever, habitual conatlpstlon
" bitiiani.aa. p),uo buy and try a box
of (X C. tt to-day t JO, iv no J enu. Hold and
gtiaruntmd to eure by all druKKlsts.
JT".? VoJuTiioetaWilh CasrsMta.
1 -l f,r.hnrc;?,ur? wtlpnUon forever.
mew. i r ft CO fall, iiriiRKlsia refund money,
Kilaratfi Your n.u wn .. .-
Fourth of July Program
Following I tho program of tho
Fourth of July celebration to be held
in Red Cloud.
Ouo hundred and twenty-o'uo guns
at iti u Hoc.
At 10 o'clock proupsiion forms at
Fireman's hall and march Jo Elm street
thenco south to Fourth avenue, thduec
west to Seward strtet, thence south to
Second avenue, thenco cast to Webster
street, thenco north to sixth nvenue,
thenco west to court house grove. Pro
cession foi ms in the following older.
Mayor and city council in can lage.s.
Red Cloud S. of V, band.
Speaker and escorts.
Red Cloud lire depatlinont ami visit
i"g department, Incliaigo oft'hiefof
Reil Cloud 1'iie department. J. V.
Civic j socitius.
lliisiucss nicti'g tlispluy.
Representation of states by young
ladies, In charge of Prof. L. 8. Wilson.
Calithuiupiaii8, under command of
Captain G. W. Newhousc.
Citizens in carriages.
Uncle Sam in costume.
Arriving ut tho court house there
will bo music by tho S. of V. band.
Meeting called to order by Randolph
MuNitt master of ceremonies.
Piayer by Rev. Jas. M. Darby.
Song by gleo club
Oration by Elmer U. Overeiiinii,
Music by S. of V. band.
Tho afternoon will be devoted almost
entirely to sports. Program as follows:
Music by S. of V. band at 2 o'clock.
Hose race open to any company.
Grand water light. First prize $10;
second prize $5.
Fat man's race must weigh two
hundred pounds and be U5 years old.
First M.tiO; second $1.50.
Boys race, to bu not less than ono
hundred yards. First jvrizu $.'1.50;
Catching greased pig catcher gets
Climbing greased pole $.2.50 on top
Arrangements have been made to
given public exhibition oi the tire de
partment at work on a tire, and some
time in the afternoon an empty build
ing will be set tiro and an nlarm turned
in. Tho time of this event will be
secret oven to members of the lire de
partment. To the largest delegation from any
civic society will be presented an ele
gant fifteen foot United States flag.
Three hundred nud seventy-five dol
lars worth of flro works which have
been purchased will be displayed at 8
o'clock p.m., from a stand near the
tiromun hail. This is tho greatest dis
play of Uro works ever given in this
country. Wo desire to impress upon
your minds the fact that this will be the
greatest Fourth of July celebration in
tho republican valley this year and
you cannot afford to miss it. The
oration will bo the best ever delivered
in tho valley on nn occasion of this
kind.- All sports will bo of first cla.s
character. The exhibition nieces in
display of lire works will surpass any
thing ever used In this valloy. Wo
want you all t comu and hnvo tho bent,
time you ever had any where.
Tetter, Snlt-Ithcum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting ind
deatta these diseases is instantly allayed
Jy awlytag Chamberlain' b Eye nnd
Skin Ointment. Many very had cases
have been permanently cured by It. It
is equally effleient for itchhig piles and
a favorito remedy for sore nitmljH;
manned handn. rliHlilntna fr,,.n.;,,,
uad chronic sore eyes. 33; cts. per box.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, nic
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purkler and
vermifage. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 2i
ceats per package.
T Curn UwitlMUon Forever.
..1XvlSl!,"lrcu Onmlv Oittortlc loo rS5c.
H c. c. a lutl to run-, driiRsrixw rcfuud money.
To Cur uimihiIIiiii roriTir.
1.V! v;lV'nrcH """lyiMUa.iMc '. trSs
ii u U C, full ti eure. Uruk'if.i-ls rt hum H.nnur.
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No-To-bue for mty t'ciita.
Ou.ir aired tolmivo ImUt euro, mul.cn weak
mon Kioiif, lilooi) pwtu. boj.fi. All driisuists
1 Vm (II SB BBS) . Bl . A , ,, -
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"Siockton, N. Y., June 28, 1894.
Dr. M. M. Fbnnkk, Fredonia, N. Y.
Dear Sir: About a years ago I be
came billow, sallow, dyspeptic and my
system was generally run down. Lost
appetite and flesh. Could not eat or
sleep well, and had palpitation of the
heart in fact I was so wretched and un
nerved that' on several occasions my
friends thought I would not live till
Twa bottles of your Blood and Liver
Remedy and Nerve Tonic produced a
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koulli ...., . . lO:M)a.ni.
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satiHay. llaatiiijin. Grand In.
luinl. Illack HUw and all
noliiM lu tlio iiortliwew 1 ;sr, p.m.
Vo. ltl. Accommodation, dally except
Hunday, OberllB, Kamav, niul
Intermedin KUtfoti, via !(
No. 61. Frclftlit, dally, Wymorc and
St. .loo and Intermediate
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No. H. KretKht. dally for Hepnbllran
OrlfanMix ford and all mint
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No, lf. I'okaanitur. dally. Denver, nil
polaUtln t'olarado, Utah nnd
OaHfornla. .. . 8:4Vp.m.
8lfuiliiK. dlnliiK. asd recllnltiK chair earn'
(ncati free) on Ihrough tTalna. Ticket o!d aad
tMKRfliro ehecked to any polst In tlm fulled
8late or Canada.
Kor Information, time MiIjIch, innpa or tlcaeta
cnll on or addrevt a. Counver, Agent. Itcd
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Annul Omaha, Nubratka.
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1'1'HLICATINN OF SUMMONS.
In the ninrlri tmitt of the Tenth Judicial
Tj a rlct In and for WebMcr. 1 otiniy, Nebraika.
Waller II. Collins it al
Uoo. W Uuim'JiIii, KHn I
llnuchln. and Anna I
Anna TliuinpcHii defendant ahote nnmed illl
take notl e that fhe n Joined rtefcndaiil In an
action Miidlne In the a bow entitle.) coutt be
Kim by Waller II. Colllim IIhiJmiiIii (.'dllli.kntid
Hhodtt I.autx therelii en the U2 dnv of May
IMrrspnliikt herrClf xlid the ntlur iil.oiv iiiimed
defeudai t the object t'tcor n toiinlct the
ttllclothenor het jlintta ot tin- imiihout
liinrtcrniidtlieiiorth'-ii' .imri.-r ;ir the north
went iimrtir ol . i!ou twent) six Iihiimui
one. riinccien.nrMoflhe Mxth principal me
.ri,,?,.', .t""""!)-' Xcbritkla. fit afilct
plnlntlllH free and clear of all Ineumbmineantid
for reeowry of rent for ihu nte thereof.
uefendant hniiilrtd to biimut or plead to
liealllliiiiorialiilliJa 011 or before ihe smiIi
day of .Inly lWfor the ainc will c taken n
true and decree pn"cd ncrordttiKly.
W'AI.TKII II. C'ill,t.lM,
,. .. .. lllUHIA I.ANT.
llASiHii.cit .McNitt. I'lnlinino Attorney.
R. MoNitt, Attorney.
NON-llESt DENT NOTICE.
In the tllkirlcl Conn of the Tenth Judicial
mulct, la Mid for Webber county, Nchrackn.
1,1, , IUO..T, .;e'aboe.o,!!;Va, i!
her ullrit UK their niarrlaite and llie ilevprtlim
by defendant r the plaliitlfl for more thun two
.wanihwt pan, and praliiB for a decree erf dl.
vorte f.oui the bomU of luatrlinonj .
Dor. ndaiiila requ'red to aiikwer or plead to
tald petition on or beTore the IVth day of July,
or name vlll bo taken to b true ami decrc
paMil arciinllnzly. hcntiTLun Watson
ltANiioi.ru McNitt, Attornej.
Notice la hereby slven lhat under nnd hy vlr-
tue of an oriler of aale latued from the oce of
.mSr I"'rd.wit.cler,t of ,hc niitnlct Court of
the Tenth Jmllclal Dlitrlct.. wllbln and for
c''( n".VS therein, wherein Kster K.
K Hen I.alrtl. W. J. WMtten. U. T.. Po and J 8
Vt hltc. derendant. 1 shall ffrr for aale at nubile
vendue, to the hlgherl bidder for ctuh In
aaafiii Ut illV CtSl IJOUT Ol lilt COtlTI
home, at itcd Cloud, In raid WchMei coiintj.
Nebraska, (that be nK the hulldliiK wherein thu
day of Jul. A. I)., iHST.at 1 o'clock p. w. of
v,!.. OHl"L' 'oiiowiiiB detcrlbed proptil lo
Till. Ut. Mill lint ... . I.. ....... 1. .. . .. ...
.1 ... .. .' '!,r r"' i iin.irr huh
theooulh half of the south emst nuaitfr. nt
section two (2) In ttmnslilp four i north or
raiiKC 11I110 I9) west of the rtth . M. lu Webster
. "Iveti imder my hand tlilb ITIh day of July,
t it. bW7t
lloiiT. T. I'ottkii. I'lnlmlll'N Atliirnc).
r.iiit.. t. ii..B..,.M..t. ...... 1 . . . ..
.,u,,.,i.iiTOm KiHuiDKi uinicr nuu ny ir
tue of nn order of sale lmcd from thi office of
Jiimea llurdcu clerk of the DlMrlct Court of the
Tenth Judicial District, within and for Web
ster lounty.NebrHska, 11 pun 11 decree lu an action
peiidliu: therein, wherein Nebraska Loan A
Inist company l Plnlnllll and aRaliiK A. M.
Witlicio. tini alius lilHWllL..W'lll'flni a ir.i
kins, A. M. Wntklns IiIh wife. C. Koehler. full
name unknown -Koehler. his wife first name
ilfh.1.'11'! "'I'1 ? '." L)oev real iiams unknown,
defendant. I shall offer for sale at public ven
due, to the hlKhest bidder for cash In hand
at the cast door of the court house, nt Med
Clouo. Nebraska, (thai being the bulldliiK
wherein the Ian term or said eouw waa
hyldeii) an tho Ulth day or July. A. J). IhW.
at one o'clock p.m. of ald day, the followlnr
dckorlbed property, towlt:
. .T,U.e Nrliiert iniarter () or section cl-uteeii
i?MllJj7ntJl,C W noMn rno nine (0) west or
eth l. M. In Webiler counw. Nehrasko.
. UTSiInHntler m h8rot ,h,,, Jlu IJ ft Jun
A. II. 16V7. ,
.1. W. 1IITM..MI.V tiknllir
unn. r. nunK, rianion a Aitorticy.
sHEnrwft sai a
Mnlliu la huMh itIu.ii .t... .. . .i t ..
of an 1 dn or sale issued rrom the office ot Jas.
?uJa.ni K!w of the Dlstrlci Court of the Tenth
Judicial District, within and for Webster ooonty.
NsbrMka, upon a dersee in an action pending
there a. wherein Kdward V. BrownliiK l
Pla lullffandaKaliiit Cuarlts H. Brown.i I'hebo
.1. lirpwn. Hamilton Loan A Trust C'ainiuy. w.
nnlok. h. J. WWMen, W. p. Aldrlflh. M. fc.
Wor hen and W. F. It. Mill are defeudasrs. I
shall ofrarforsaleatpiibllo vendue to ihe IiIkIi
ei bidder for rash In hand, at the cast door or
the eourt hoiike, at Red Cloud, la aald Wei.
sier county. Nebraska, (that being the bulldliiK
whoreln the last term or Mid rourt was holtlun,
on the anh day or July A. 1) 1MI7. at ouo
oepck.p. m. or said day, the following- de
scribed proiiertr, to wit
The west hair of the east half of kcction (a)
and the enst hair of the north 'leM nunrtir, anil
lllA llfl.tll lial. nf l.n ,a...I J ...
.......v.... ...... u, nit puiuuni;.! ijuririvr, uil llio
north hair or the nxithentt quarter, and tho
ulillMiti ni.1 nii.iBti.a ..f it... ...... I a .. ..
ri.ui.uriiinim,i ui (UL-Mjiuut'riM tiunner. Mir
Hon live (5) all in kirmM. o four M) north of
rltlli tllBl U. tari.t.1 rt t t . at I. It t I.. ..... ....
ronuty. INcl-ruMm. nontaluItiK 4luuretfa
(llt'PTI tltwlop , t.....r, .1.1. .4.L. ., r
... ,,,, , m,iu it, t. ii, n iih, ,JI
June. A. I.,ihw.
, J. W. IlBNciiM.ttieriir.
J. M. Chafhn. Attorkcv.
NOTICE TO NON.l.'ESWEA TS.
Hllcy llrook . defendant, will take nnac-e that
on lito ir.tli day of Juno, lnirf, (Jrin-u ). llnioL.
plaliitlir. tiled her pclltwn lu the dlstriil court
of W ebsloc cuiuity. Nebraska. iiRalii.t Hild d...
'endant, the object nnd prajcr of wtleli are lo
psocure a dlwt( froia snlil lUreiidanl, and ihu
restotatlou of plalntur miiMcn name.
Said def-eiulaut In relinked to answer Md
petition on or before the :Mlu day of Jul, W7.
Dined June 15. IMT7. ' "
tlllAl K (J. HllOOKH.
11 J, M. CnArrsN, bernttiortiet,
(KktM I'ubHcaKoti Juuu is, 1W.)
FHINCIPAL CITIES OF
WUHER NFFET SLfEKRS
KATY GHAII CMS
OPCRATID BY THE COMPANY.
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