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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, DEC. 17. 1897.
licit to lake utter dinner;
prrvriit illMrew, trlil dlgrs
tlon, euro const I pillion,
l'urplr voltIrMoi del not grlpo
or rnimo I'llii, Mft ljr nil (IniKRltt. is ccnU.
I'rcpated only by U. 1. IImhI A Co., Lonoll, Man.
free Omelet for the 1'nklr.
Tlio ConiiUK'liu fakir who workt'il
hU oily fjniiiu In Huuvur City, wuikrd
(oncu twunlly niitl miulo lots of
money, but it is oxlmtnuly tlctililfnl if
liu cvut' gous there nniiln.
This U tho reasons Ho hired u livery
rip; anil locating on the main corner ho
botfim to talk. When tho erowtl hail
assumed tho ritfht proportions, he told
tho people that ho would s-ltow them
how to nink'o monoy eanily. He then
produced a numher of cheap watches
which ho oircrcd to sell for S'J.OO. As
ns extra iudiieeinent ho placed in each
watch a iivo dollar bill. Of coiirso tlio
watches sold very readily under such
conditions. Tlio inhabitants wro
tickled. Thay thought tlioy were beat
ing tlio poddlcr at his own game, and
as tkoy edged up a little closer to tho
buggy, thoro was a smilo of triumph
on their collcctivo countenances. They
awaited ilovolopinonts, and tho devel
After tho operator had sold a number
of watches, ho said ko would go the
crowd ono better. Ho called on those
holding watches, nnd as eacli purchas
er answered ho laid down a ten dollar
noto In plain sight. Ho then asked all
holders of watches to hand them up.
A dozen or moro eager fists bobbed
into viow, and a'dozen or moro cheap
silverino watches, all containing live
dollar bills wcro handed over. Tho
townsmen thought it great sport.
Tlioy Imagined the man would replace
tho live dollar notes witli notes calling
for tea dollars.
Hut lie didn't, not bo. lie calmly
opened tho watches and took out the
bjlls. Then lie picked up tlio wad of
"tenners" hu had laid down and stuffed
tlio whole winl deep down into a pants
pocket. With a Miiilo thai would
make oven Hilly llryau turn cold, he
handed the watches back and politely
bowed ami said ho hoped tho watches
would givo satisfaction.
Ho started to drive away, but tho
natives awakened to the fact that they
had been duped, nnd tlioy unhitched
tho traces. Two or 'three dc.cn nlco,
ripe eggs had in the interim been pur
chased nnd those" wcro distributed to
evorybody who could throw straight.
Then thoro was "u hot tlmo in that
town." Eggs How through tho nlr unil
lit with adull.IJuiuy thud against ono
part and another of tho peddler's anat
omy. Ho dodged and howled and
sworo and beggod, but tho eggs still
came, and it was only until tho entire
supply had been exhausted that thoro
wju any cessation of hostilities.
Tho peddler woro a worried look us
ha passed out of town that day. Poo
plo that passed him on tho road hold
thoir noaos, whilo tho small boy cried,
'Hoy, rotator, how muotr, is omolctf "
Beaver City Tribune
Static or Omo, Cur or Tolkdo, )
Lucas County. fB8
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho is
tbo senior partner of tho firm of F.J.
Shenoy & Co., doing businosa in tbo
oitj of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and thit said Arm will pay tho
aim tf Uno Hundred Dollars for uaeh
an every caso of catarrh that cannot
lie cured by tho use of Hall's Catarrh
tr. Fkank J. Ciiknet.
Sworn to before mo au i subscribed
in my pceienco this Otb day of Bocom
ber, A. D. 1860.
A. W. Gl.KASON,
Tskal Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally and nets directly ou tho blood and
mucouB surfaces of tho system. Send
for testimonials, free
V. J. Ciiknki- & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 7lo.
Hall's Family Pills arc tko best.
Anothur light snow.
Hurd Doyle shelled corn for John
John Humes of liostwlck was visit
ins at G. W. Maker's Sunday.
Chris Frisbio and wife attended
church in lied Cloud Sunday evening.
Tho young pooplo of this plneo aro
proparing an ontortainmout for Christ
Several took dinner with Mr. Darby
Miss Eva llrown of Rod Cloud was
tho guest of Ida Baker Sunday.
C. L. Lewis and wife wcro in Red
Clergymen and others ontitlod to
clerical permits arc respectfully re
quested to call at tho Uurliuutnn tloknt
offlcoand arrango about their 1803 por-
Kducato Vour lloweli Willi I'uacurots.
loT' iCfVrnc;?,ur? n?tlPtlo. forever,
loo, j3o. if c. c. O. fall, ilniirglkis refund money.
KUnc.te our Uowels With Ciucaruta.
vS"y iinhnrnc;.Viur? contlpatlon forocr.
loc, JSc. 11 G o. 0. fall, druggist refund money!
To tluro Constipation forever.
i.T?H-'29?,s.CIiro,a OnmlvCutlmrtle, lOo orSKo,
If C. C, C. nil to cure, itrub'tihU refund money.
Two Pointed Questions Answered.
What Is the use of ninklng a bettor
article than your competitor if you
cannot get a better price tor it?
Ans As there is no difference in the
price the public will bilj only the bet
ter, so that while our prolits may be
smaller ou a single sale they will be
greater in l ho aggregate.
How can you get the public to know
your make is the best?
If both articles aio brought promi
nently before the pubjle both are cer
tain to bo ti led and the public will very
quickly pass judgment on thein and
use only tho better one.
This explains the largo sales ou
Chamberlain's Cnligh Koinedy. The
proplo have boon using it for years
and have found that it oan always bo
depended upon. They may occasion
ally take up with soino fashionable
novelty put forth with ' exaggerated
claims, but are certain to return to the
ono remedy that they know to bo re
liable, and for coughs, colds and croup
thoro is nothing equal to Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. For sale by 11. K.
sions. Cheap, quick, comfortable Leave
Omaha 1:115 p.m., Lincoln (S:10 p.m. and
Hastings S:f)0 p.m. every Thursday in
clean, modorii, not crowded tourist
sleepers. No transfers; cars run rigln
through to Ban Francisco and Los
Angeles over the sconieroute through
Denver and Salt Lake City. Cars are
carpeted; upholstered in rattan; have
spring seats and backs and aro provid
ed with curtains, bedding, towels, soap
etc. Uniformed porters and experienc
ed exclusion conductors accompauy
each excursion, relieving passengers of
bother about baggage, pointing out ob
jects of interest and in many other
ways helping to ninko tlio overland
trip a delightful experience. Second
class tickets are honored. Hertlis $.".
For folder giving full information,
call at nearest Burlington Route thket
office, or write to J. rrnnc'w, (J. P. A.
What does it cost to get there? When
and how should you go? What should
ono take? Where are tho mines? How
much have tlioy produced? Is work
plentiful? What wages aro paid? Is
living expensive? v liai aro onu's
chaiiucs of "making a strike"?
Complete and kal'ijfactory replies to
lin mIwii'.i rill ital lnti.1 will In. fmillil Im
...V ,.l.l .t..J ....(- ..... .... .. ...
the Hurlinglon Route's "Klondiko
r onior, now rwioy ior (iisiriouuon.
Sixteen pages of practical information
nnd an up-to-datw map of Alaska and
t lift Ivlnadiki' I'riMi :it. Hiirlincrhnn
Route ticked oillcs, or sent on receipt
of four cents in stamps by J. Francis,
Uoti'l rassengor Agunt, iJurlington
noNte, umaiia, in cor.
Hotico to Toaohors.
Notice is hurcby given that I will ex
amine all porsoiu who may desire to
offer themselves as candidates for
touchers of the public schools of this
county, at Red Cloud on the third Sat
urday of each mouth.
The standing desired for 2d ami 3il
grado certilicatnis tho same no grade
oolow70 por cent., average 80 per cent;
for first grade certilicato no grade be
low 80 per cent., avorngo 00 per cent in
all branches required by law.
D. M. HuNTKit, County Supt.
What Da the Children Drink.
Don't (Ire them lea or coffoo. nve you tried
the now food drink called OUAIIf -O, made of
pare gralUH that takes the place o coffee. The
moroOralnO you give your children the more
health you dtctrlbuto through their ayitema.
Grain O li made of pure vralni and when
properly prepared taitca llko the choice grades
of coffee but coiin about one fourth aa much.
Allgrocen ielllt. i5oandaec.
There is a Class of People.
Who are Injured by the uno of coffee. IteccnUy
there haa been placed In all grocery rtaroa a
liuw preparation called ORA1NO. made of pure
Rmlav, that take tbo place of coffee. Tho most
delicate Mouiach rcoelvci It without dUtreM,
and but few cau tell It from coffee. It does Hui
oott one-fourth aa much. Children may drink
It with benefit, ifcc SSc pr package. Try It
be almost ea
ers. It gives
tllta ttitl t
condition to do their work
perfectly. That make preg
nancy leg p&infal, shortens
labor and hastens recovery after
child-birth. It helps a womaa
bear strong healthy children.
has also brought happiness to
thousands of homes barren for
oy to loving hearts that long
for a darling baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trouble. It cures nine csies out
of ten. All druggiits sell Wiaa
ofCardul. fi.oo per bottle.
Por adrlee In catet requiring special
directions, addreii. ctvlnr timptoma,
tha "Ladlai' Advliory Dpartmnt,''
Tbe Chitunooga Medlclna Co., Chatta
Dsoga.Tenn. Mrs. UDUA HAUL
of JsffsrsoBi Aa., say
Whan I first look Wins ofCardul
wa bad bean marrltd tare years, but
could not have any ehlldran. Hint
months later I had a fine girl baby."
Catarrh invariably leads to consump
tion. Growing worse nnd worse each
winter, those who rely upon the usual
treatment of sprays, washes and inhal
ing mixtures find that it is impossible
to check the disease with these local
applications which only reach the sur
face. The offensive discharge increases
nil the while, and gets deeper until It is
only n question of n short time when
the lungs arc affected.
The importance of the proper treat
ment cnu therefore be readily appre
ciated. But no good whatever can be
expected from local applications, as
such treatment never did cure Cntarrh,
and never will. Ilciug n blood disease
of the most obstinate nature, Swift's
Specific (S.S.S.) is the only remedy
wlilch can have the slightest effect upon
Catarrh. It is the only blood remedy
that goes down to the bottom of nil stub
born diseases which other remedies
Mrs. Josephine I'olhill, of Due West,
S. C, writes:
"I had such a severe case of
Cntnrrh that I lost my hearing in one
ear, and part of the bone in my nose
sloughed off. I was constantly trcatc1
wit It sprays and
washes, but each
winter the disease
seemed to have a
firmer hold ou me.
I hnd finally been
when I decided to
IP iry o. o. a. i
fippmpil tn tfrt rttrllt
at the seat of the
disease, and cured me permanently,
for I have had no touch of Catarrh
for seven years."
The experience of Mr. Chas. A. Parr,
of Athens, Ga., was like that of nil
others who vainly seek a cure in local
treatment. He Miys:
"Por years I suffered from a severe
case of Catnrrh, the many offensive
symptoms ucinu ac
companied by severe
pains in the head. I
took several kinds of
mended for Catarrh,
aivl usd virious local
implications, but they
had no effect whatev-'. J
I was induced toV
S.S.S. (Swift's Jt-J3
bpecific) ami after four months I was
perfectly well, and have never f,elt any
cuecis ot tuc utsease since. '
Those who have had the first
touchof Catarrh will save endless suf
fering by taking the right remedy at the
outset. Others who have for years
6oiu;ht relief and found only disappoint
ment in local treatment will find it wise
to waste no further time ou sprays,
washes, inhaling mixtures, etc., which
are only temporary, and cannot save
them from dreaded Consumption.
They should take a remedy which will
cure them because it cau reach their
trouble. S.S.S. is the only blood reme
dy which can reach Catarrh; it promptly
gets nt the very bottom of the disease,
and cures it permanently.
S.S.S. (Swift's Specific) is a real bipod
remedy, and cures the most obstinate
cases of Catarrh, Rheumatism, Conta
gious Blood Poison, Cancer, Scsofula
and Eczema, which other so-called blood
remedies have ao effect upon whatever.
S.S.S. is the only blood remedy guaran
teed Purely Vegetable
ad coataias ao ttercarr, potash ot
ther daag erons mlaeral.
BMki will be Bulled free by Swift
Specific Company, Atlaata, Georgia.
B. ft M. B.T
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
CJ1I CAU 0
ST. LOUIS and
all points cast unil
SALT LAKE C'Y
and all point
TIUINt 1.BAVE Aft rOLLOWal
No. Ot). Freight, dally except bunday
for Wymore and all point earn H :00 a.m.
No. 16. l'mciier, dally for St. Joe,
KatmaR lair. Aicnuon, at.
LouU and all points cam nnd
smith- . WiOOa.m.
Nn. 143. Aicouiaicxlntlon, dally ozcupt
lvnd, lilaek IIIIin and
poiutsin me northwcut..
ttl. AccmnmodaUou, dally exrept
Bunday, Oberlln, Kaiwas, and
nienneaiaio aiauona, via ue
No. 01. Frclglit, dally, Wyrnoro Hnd
St. J oo and Inlormediato
No. 63. Freight, dally for ltemibllcun
west.. .. .. I0:30a.m,
15. Passenger, dally, Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
Calif oruls....- ... , t
v chair nrr
(seats free) on throuch trains. Tlckeii sold ud
baggage checked to any point In tho United
Stales er Canada.
For Information, tlmo tables, maps or llckoU
cntl on or addrcrs A. Conoycr, Agent. Ked
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, (Jcncral Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
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Cartata, and Trade-Marks obtained aad aH Pa-'
tntbuslnetaconductcdfor vnninn tin.
Ou Orrict is OssoaiTg U, a. faTiMTOrr ica j
aad we cansccure patent u less time teas UomS
rtasote irora wataingtoo.
i Ssad.modtl. drawing or photo., with deacrip-i
tlon. we advise, if patentable or not. Irea of!
J charge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured, i
A Pamphlet, w io UDtain raieais," wna
cost of same to the U, S. and foreign cousuies;
kdi irec, Aaareu,
Ops. patcnt Orricc, WaaHiNOTON. a. O.
Errl'oly E) Bo.
Cnscarrts Cntnlv Cutlmrtlc, tho moat won
derful inoillcul tllwnvcr.v of tlio npo, pleas
ant nml rofrpslilni; to thu tu&lo, net gently
nml imnltivclr on kldncjH, Hvcr nnd bowels,
eleaiiHlni; tlio ontln RyH.om, dispel colds,
cum liPiiiiuolic, fm'tif, Inilittiiiil onnMlpntlor
mid bllliiusnis. I'lritRn buy nnd try bx
oft O. V n-Hnw io. 'J.v f.0fcnt. SuMumJ
cunrantced to euro by nil druygiaw.
A XV fclV
J'UllLICATiON OF SUMMONS.
, In the district court of Wcbsier county. Nc
MhiHlii A Drake. (IcorKo )
W. Ilrskc, her husliniiil, I
loliti lleniiclmmii. Mra. !
Tolui llrniicliamp, IiIk
wife, nnd It. II. KiiJIoti,
first ftilt iiitmo tiiiknow m
n.itvifK or himmon nr rcnurATioN.
.lolm llciiiithninii nml ,Mr..lolin llunuclinnii,
his wife, ilcri'iiilntitu, .lll tnke noileo tlmt on
tlio '.IHIi iluy of November, ISM.-M, A. llnrllRnn.
rl'ilntlir lictelu. Illccl liU petition In the illnrlrt
rourt nf Webster county, Nibrnkn, nKnlnt the
Mild ilufnniliiuts Ivnpleniieil villi otlicrf tlio
object niMl prnjer or wblrti nro to foreclno n
i ettulti inortKiiKC deed executed by tlio defend
mitt .Minnie A, Drnke nnd Urorsc W. Uriiko
linoiilhu uiirtlienot 'ju.irler (no ' of kcrilon
nineteen ill, town one il) runge ten (to), Web
sicrrount), Ncbrnkn. huio ni urelniteil from
llic llurliiietoii nnd .MIonrl llher Itnllroml
('oiiipniiy In Neliinskn bj tlierntil lleorue V
Drnke, to tceure tlio nnient of one rerlnln
lirotnlrrorv nolo dntcil Aui;iit istli, loo, fur
the sum of Two Hundred (l-WilX)) (Inlliirn. due
nml im) able mi Suploinber Sith, Is7 iifleillie
Tlmt there Is now due, n nhln mid unpaid
upon said note nnd motlKiinu tlio cum ofJ'.'JI.'i
for which sum, ttltli Interest fiom tlio llrM dny
nf November, W, lalrillll'mi)s n deereollmt
ilcfeiiilnutinro rciiilrcd to n tlio nunc or Hint
tho Mild incmles mn be Fold to hntKsfy tlio
nliKHint finiiid due,
iioiini iiiiiuu (inc.
l'lnlnllll further iinisthiit the mid iireloiuleil
deed ni now npneurs of record from I he defriid
ntitM.MInulu A. Ilrnksiiud (leorgo W, Drake to
their ci) defendant .tnlin IUiiiulmmp be chii
relied, vacated, ect aside nnd lielil for nniiKht
mi furnstho Fnuio In any manner otIVrts the
nld mort!fiKc deed against the said land"
VounrcreiiulredKi answer (lie pnI4 llttou
ou or before Monday the luilidny of .luiimuy,
ImH, ortbo petlllou of tho plalHtlll will be
iiiken us into and the court mow for the relief
lintcil November W I'M.
M. A. IIaiitiiias.
II) luus M CiiAtTiN, hlsnttorue).
Notlco Is hereby glwn that under and by
vlrtueof mi order nf Mile Issued from 11' oflleu
of .(nines llurden. elerk nt tho District Court of
tho Tenth .Judicial Isimlrt, within nnd for
Webster county, Nebrnskii, upon n decree in mi
nctlou peuillii); therein, wherein..). II, I'cltl
bone and t. K. Nixon, partners dolnir luiflneiH
under the firm name of l'cltlliono A- Nixon are
plalntlu, nnd hkhIuH Knturnh M, lletl defend
ant. I shall olfer formtc nt public vendue lu tho
highest bidder for eaMt lu hand, at the cnl
door ot tbo court bottle, at Ited ('(miij. In nirid
Welmler county. Vcbraskit. (that bclnc the
buMilliiK wherein Ihe litsl term of Mild court
was hidden) on the Tib du of December, A . D,
1SV7, atotioo'eloel: p. in , of Fnld dny, the fill
lowiiiKdescrlliCil properly, tn-wlt:
I.uts Kceu (T), eli!hl ), nine (), ten (10),
clcxen (11) nnd twehe (13) In block nniubcrten
(II). I lu mltii ,t .Moore's niblltlon to the city of
Ited Cloud. NcbMskn,
(liven under my lintid thin !sth daynf Oclo
ber, A. I), ls'j?.
.1. W. Ki Minn. Mierlir.
It. T. PoTTiit. l'lalutlirt Attorney.
ITlll.lUA'J'lOX OP SUMMONS.
In thu IMMtk't I'outt of Welister eoDidy, N.
Alfred II. Aulu. 1
I onn I. Anils, I
Above nnuieil defeudnnt will take notice that
on tho lOtli day of Not ember. I"f7 ilaliiillT
tiled bis lellllon in tho above entitled lourt
allelnic Half mnrrliiKu and tlmt Mibfequi'iitlj
defendant wltnouienuo (levelled plulium and
remnlued nbMMit (or tho pnce ot lilnejenrF,
and prnxliiK for n decree of absolute dhurie
Defemliiiit In requited to answer kJld i elltlou
on or before December itlti, 11(7
Al.VID.ll M. M'LTZ,
IUMioi.ru .MoXitt, I'lnliitlll's Attorney.
Ilylrtne of nu execution directed to mc
from the DlstrlcU'ourt of Web'ter cniinly No
lKHFkn. on Uio Idtlidnr nfJuly, 1W, lu fmorof
the llalikelH Nalliwnl Hunk, of CblniKo, Mil
nols, as plalntllV. nnd i.kuIi si Mate llnnk of
(line lllll. .elnskn. iiHdcfeirmit. n (ranscrlpt
nf which hnu been duly llled lu the otllco nf the
rlerlc of the Dlnrlci court for iho sum ot f-eren
Hundred surf Ninety Dollar and Fifty Ihe
cilia. and eit tnxed ul fcwn and seteitly
huudrodtliK dollais. mid nccrulni; costs, nnd
Interest ou iitO.Vi from (bo Kith ila of July,
lnrr, I bne levied upiu Iho followlni; real es
InU) taken ns the property of said dcfeudnul, lu
satisfy niIdJudBsieni tow t:
Lot thlrlj eeu (.17). lu blok nine (OMn the
vlIlARCiif lllue lllll. Web-icrt ounty. Nebraskn.
And will olfer Iho umiu for silo lt the IiIkIikH
bidder, ft r cash lu baud, ou the '.Mil day nf De
cember, A. D. 1W7, nt the east door of the court
bouse In Wobsttr County, that being the build
liw wherein the Isit term nf said court win
held, nt the hour of ono o'clock p.m. of said
dy, when and where duo nttendaiuo will be
given by the uudoralgned.
Dated November 18111, W7.
.1. W. Hl'KL'IIKT,
Sheriff of Said County.
Notice Is hereby given that under and by vir
tue f an order of sale Issue d from tho office of
Jamas llurden. Clerk of tbo District Court of
the Tetrth Judicial District, within and for
Webster County. Nebraska, upoti n decree In an
actlwi pending therein, wherein Htraw Klls
worth Manufacturing Company Is plaintiff and
Wayne U. Parker. Jessie 1. Parker. Stare Hank
of lllue Hill, Nebraska. John O. Miller A Co.. 8.
J.Wblttcn, Noyeii Norman is Co.. lllchardson
Itoberts. UyrnoDry Goods Co., Worse CoeHhoo
Co., Tavlsr llros A Co, Ullmoro Sc liubl. bwett
Orr A Co ..arc defendants. I shall offer for salo
at public vendue to Iho highest bidder for cash
In hand, at the east door of the court home, at
Ited Cloud, In said Webster county, Nebranka.
(that being the building wherein the last term
of said court was bolden) on tbo Wist day of
December. A. D. 1SOT, at one o'click p. ui.of
sal day, the following described property to
wit: ' t
Lot number thirty tbrae (.13) In block number
nine (0) lu lllue mil village. Webslor county,
(liven under my hand this 15th day of No
vember, A. 1. 1W7.
J. W. IttiNi'iiKY, Hlierlff.
A. M. WAiTr.us. for Plslntiir.
Jas. McNknt, for btato Uank.
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
WMNER IWTET SUEKRS
KATY CHAIR CMS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
1 25 SO'
i ABSOLUTELY GUAMNTRKI) "?.?"".
IlpleanillinHklftrrce. Ail. STHUMM) llint'lll III., f
::are you a
W S CALL
AINER BROTHERS. RED CLOUD.DNEBRASKA.
HAND MADE HARNESS .!
Is tho best because It is nmilo to use in lilacs where common
harness would not stand a lest. I can ninko you an all hand
made harm's nearly as cheap as you can Ret tho common
harness. hen you want hatiuNs come in and look ovov my
stock which cnnnot foe-surpassed in tho Republican valley.
Fly Nets, Whips, Saddles, Etc.
and in fact everything usually kept in a lirst class harness
Trimming and Honair Woik neatly and promptly attended to.
J. O. BUTI, EXfc.
PLATT & FREES CO.,
Gbieago Iiumbep Yard,
eity Dfav and
ROSS St RIFE, RROS.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crown Bridge Work er Tettb Without Hilts.
And ll the lateit Improvement la dental raech
atban Mtfmttm mtmitmn
NthTaUlMattlrMMM.. PHILADA.. I
r' " ' XIITJJJ?7A'"S SALK.
Second publication Dec. 3.
Notlco Is hereby Riven that under and by vir
tue of au order of sale Issued from the otllco of
James burden. Clerk of the District Court of the
Tenth Judicial District, within and for Webster
county, Ncbrahka, upon a decreo lu an action
pending therein, wherein I. K. Dcdcrlck Is
plaintiff and against Albert Henry, Delia Henry
his wife. First National llauk of lllue lllll.
Nebr., and Stark brothers, defendant, I shall
offer for sale at public vendue to the highest
bidder for cash lu hand, at tbo cast door of
the court house, at Ked Cloud, In said Web
ster county, Nebraska, (that being the building
wherein the last term of said court was holden)
on the DOlb day ot November. A.D. 1897, at two
o'clock p.m. of said day. the following de
scribed property, to wit: , ,
Tho northeast quarter of section four (4),
township four (4.) north range nine J 9.)
west of (lie eth P.M. In Webster county, Neb
raska. . ....... ...., j. . ,. .
Uivenunaer my nanu mis xom uj m uciu
ber.A.D.lT7. j. w. ,, Bheilir,
n T TViTTin Plaintiffs Attorney.
This sale Is continued for waut of bidders
until January 4tn, ibiw, at one o cioca p.m.
Given under my hand this 1st day of Decern'
' ,W7' J. W. HtmniKY. Sheriff.
Pea't Tobacco Belt and Smoke Your lire Away.
To quit tobacco cuslly and forovcr. bo mag
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thu wonilcr-wnrlttT, tlmt mokes weak won
strong. All ilrut'slKtM.sooocll. Curo guaran
teed HooUlct nnd samplo frco. Address
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d jL.Ormwjpm -w-AJvanaro.
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Af T?tci.f cfcyViftl,lsinlysecmtobe
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