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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1898)
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tlon. liny net illy, with-
out rln or urliio. Snlilli) nllilrintKlrti, 21 ci-ntl.
Tlio only Tills to tiko with IIuikI's S.u.i.irlll.i.
List of Cases Disposed of and Judg
ments Rendered During the
Thu M:iy teini of the district com t
convened Ih this city lnt Monday, at
which time the following ca-es ivetc
State of Nebraska vs Win. Wells,
horse stealing; county attorney nolle
roseeute case and shciilT oideied to
Ftoderiek J. lJurdott vs Moi.es M.
Miller ot j;l; pending stay; dismissed at
Phoenix Ins. Co. vs Wm li. Howe,
ot al; for continuation Sale continued
and deed ordered. Defendant Howe
excepts and given forty days to tile bill
of exceptions; bond fixed by court at
U. A. Simpson, trustee for Kaclicl
Knox vs John Dusek and Mary Dusek
et al; for continuation; salo confirmed
and deed ordered. Defendant excepts
and given foity days to prepare bill of
oxfiniilions. Iliind lixed bv court at!
New England Loan ti Trust Co. vs
James 11. Laird et al; pending stay,
First National Bank of Blue Hill and
State Hank of Htuo Hill vs Mary E.
t' James ot al; for continuation; salo con
, firmed and deed ordered.
) New England Loan & Trust Co. vs
lloury C. Cutter, et nl; forconfirmation;
S. J. Whitten et al vs Chas. Arnold
ot al; pending stay; settled and dis-
New England Loan & Trust Co. vs
uougias j. Myers ei ai; pouuiug miy,
Now Englana Loan & Trust Co. vs
Oliver C. Caso ot al; ponding stay, dis
missed. Carloton E. Mann vs Henry C. Cut
ter etal; for continuation; salo con
firmed and deed ordered. Defendant
excepts and given forty days to tilo bill
of exceptions; bond fixed at 1200.
Citizen's State Bank of Cambridgo vs
J. A. Boyd ot al; petition; defendant
Ovoring given thirty days to answer;
leave given defendant Boyd to tilo an
William H. Male et al vs Josephine
Mizer ot al; petition in equity. Do
fondant given leave to li.o amended re
ply in thirty days.
Mary E. Conway vs Daniol Cook et
al; foreclosure of mortgago; court finds
on issues joined for plaintiff that thoto
is duo plaintiff from Sarah Cook
81067.40; decree of foreclosurt and or
der of sale. Defendant excepts and
given forty days to prepare bill of ex
ceptions; bond fixed at 8200.
Connecticut Trust bafu Deposit
Co. vs Cordelia Laporto at nl; for con
firmation; sale continued and deed or
dered. Nebraska Loan it Ti list Co vs Mari
an Alexander et al; for continuation;
salo continued and deed ordered. Do
fondant Ilybin excepts aud piven forty
days to prepato bill of exemptions; bond
lixed at $250.
P. K. Dederick vs Albert Henry ot
al; pending stay; set asido aud now
Chris Fussier vs M. F. Kourer. For
continuation; objection takeu under
Straw Ellsworth Manufacturing Co.
vs Wayno G. Parkor et al; for continu
ation, salo continued and deed ordoted
Defendant excepts and given 40 days to
prepato bill of exceptions; bond fixed
by court at $400.
Clnis Koehlor vs Henry C. Cutter et
r'; continued for deticleney judgment;
Tradeis Lumber Co. vs John (illbeit
ot al; foicolosuio of moitgage; con
tinned. AmiiiB Dana vs Henry Wagcucrel
al; for eiiiliinitition,ali conlliiiau mmi
,'ci'd .mli ml Vim ' I '"si "mil
Illfefc mMSS4m-f ttJtr
ill ll (It l
N" la4u 1. Hill iV I lllt,Cnllli ll'i i
I li'i I) l'il"i n V, for I'onliiiii'itiiMi.
silt fiiiillriiii'il :iiul tlt'cil nidcicd.
Nln.i.ki Central iiiiildiug I. nan V
Miing Avii iutiou is K. V l!i, ml-
nnni-Uatm, el ill, doniiiiur coiifc--cd
and plnitililt giieii dtv days toanu'iid
Pettibmie .V: Nion i Susan It Clap)
foicclosuie tax lien, coin t finds theie
is due plaintilVon tax sale ceitilieates
tori 1 1, attorney 's fees 1 ,r0 Decree of
foreclosure and outer of siile. Stay of
nine month-bj agieemeut.
F. (J lllake-ilcu Vs A. H. Kaley, ap
peal; leave given defendant to answer
K.ra HMiop vs Joseph Smldt etal;
pending staj ; diniised al plaitilitl's
Connecticut, (ieueral Life Iusiuaucu
Co. vsiJaue Salaiten et al, foreclosure
of moitgage; dismissed as to Jane
Saladen; motion to make Florence,
Tillio and Susie Saladen defendants.
Due plaintill from James Saladin, ad
ministiator, $1,170. Dceiee of fine
closure and orderof sale. Stay of nine
months by agreement.
C J. Piatt, tuistee, et al vs V. 1$.
Fulton ot al, petition; dismissed.
Wheeler C. Wicks vs C. A. Kobeit
souetal; for conlirmatiou; .sale con
fumed and deed oideied.
Nebraska Loan & Trust Co. vs Geo
L GlllUforil et aI; f0rcclosuro of mort
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gage; default of nil defendants taken;
due plaintiff 12i).44 subject to mort
gage of $1450. Deeiee and older of
sale and nine months stay by agree
ment. Sarah P. L. Nnse vs Mary A. Wood
sido et al; defendant given lcavo to
plead instanter. PlaiutdT excepts.
W. G. Callady vs Win. Brilton et al;
for continuation; settled and dismissed.
Omaha Loan & Trust Co., vs Albeit
Kuhn et nl; for confirmation; sale eon
finned and deed ordered.
Walter B. Collins, Benjamin Collins
and Khoda Lantz vs Geo W Houchin
etal; petition in equity. .Votion con
firmed und plaintiff given ten days to
amend; defendant twenty days there
after to answer.
Koscana B. Sheeloy vs Harvey W.
Sawyer et al, foreclnsuie of mortgage;
Geo. L. Gullifoid vs Hurry Cuaflin;
od appoal, sottlod and dismissed at
John C. Fotzervs O. C. Klingorman
& Co.; petition; continued.
Nebraska Loan & Trust Co. vs Han
nah M. Springer ot al; pending stay;
decreo of foreclosure and order of sale.
Application for receiver granted ou
giving bond with approved security
in the sum of $500.
M. F. Willing vs Isaac Thomas ot al;
potition iu foreclosure; default of all
defendants taken; due plaintiff ou note
and mortgage from Isaac Thomas and
Sarah A. Thomas $714. Decree and
order of salo; stay of nino months by
Morill A. Spiiulding vs Chas. Burr ot
al; on appeal; court finds for plaintiff
that at commencement of this action
the plaintiff was owner of und entitled
to possession of tho property in ques
tion. Judgment on finding. Plaintiff
Benjamin F. Mizer vsThoniasEmigh,
on appeal; court tinds for defendant
that claim sued 011 is bound by stat
ute of limitation. Judgment on find
ing; motion for now trial overruled;
plaintiff oxcopts;oxcoption allowed and
given forty days to pi eparo bill of ex
ceptions. Marcus F. Dimmlck vs L. C. Gilbort
etal; for continuation; salo continued
and deed ordered.
Geo. W. Cunningham vs Alary E.
Simpson et al; foreclosure of tax lien;
due plaintiff on tax deed and certificate
$25.07 and $2.06 attorneys fees to be
taxed as costs. Decreo of foreclosure
and ordot of sale.
John Blaine vs John A. Poyor; re-
Fiist National Bank of Ointtlin vs
State Hank of Itlue Hill; suit 011 note;
defendant giver ten dajs to answer.
(Jeiman Insiiraucn Co. is Chas.
Scliallnit et nl; petition in foicclosuie;
State I' 1 "f Him Hi I i-, U
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MAY 15$, iS)8.
I )i iinii K k , ii 1 1 t u i .il fi n I cit t;ii n
Mm ni l i in iii-n i i
O-.'ir 'I'. IMin i s Alln-.l V. Tit
llil , fn ciilllil'lll.llinii. ali' I 'Dill till ll
mill iIi'im1 111 1'fi il
.Jame Mi 'i-iii sI1iiiin Mi Ciuimil;
ii - ini - - c I ulij wiittcii -.tipiu itioii mi
Nehru! 1 l.n in A: Tiut (.". v A I
tied ) im l hi el 'il; pi'trinii in Ion
closure, roiiliiitied foi sell ice.
Van Benson vs if W. Kiincliey et al;
petition for damages; defendant given
leave to plead iiutauler.
Win C. Lallane v John Kuigge et
al; foicclosuie; defendant given thiity
days to atisner.
B. A. Simpson, trustee, vs William
H.Suook et al; petilion in forcclostiie;
case dismissed as to defendant Siook;
default of all defendants taken except
Koehlei ; motion continued and de
fendant Koehler given leave to tile
amended cross petition instanter. Duo
Kochler for taxes paid $7(1 41 lirst lien.
Due plaintiff fiom Chas, E. Conrad
$121, .second lien. Dcenoof foicclos
uie and older of sale. Stay of nine
L C. Mosley, executor, vs Daniel
Cook et al, petitic 11 in equity; ease dis
missed as to Wm. H Aekeiman his
judgment being paid in full Defend
ant given sixty days to answer by ie
qucst of Cooks and Erwins, vi.- Daniel
S. and Sarah Cook and Cornelius and
D. J. Firwin. Plaintiff given thiity
days to answer thereafter.
Andrew Aiterbiirn vs Scott Artw
burn; petition in attachment; motion
to dissolve attachment on corn be dis
solved as to corn us being excessive
sustained and attachment on corn dis
charged. Pettibone & Nixon vs J. G. Brown et
al; foreclosure tax lien; due plaintiff on
tax sale certificates $02.71 aud $0 25 at
torneys fees to lio taxed as costs. De
cree of foreclosure and order of sale.
E.i a 11. Bailey vs Daniel McLaugh
lin, petition in foreclosure; due plain
till Daniel McLaughlin $728.05, first
lieu. Decreo of foreclosure and order
Pettibono & Nixon vs John O. Yoiscr
ot al; foreclosure tax lion; demurrer of
John O. Yeiser and Fanners and Mer
chant's Bank overruled. Defendant
excepts severally. Time given defend
ant to answer iu forty days.
Alice McDonald Georgia T. Samp
son ot al; foreclosure of mortgage; due
plaintiff from both defendants $420.85,
first lien; decreo of foreclosure and or
der of salo. Stay of nine months.
Alice McDonald vs Chas. Lcpin;
foreclosure of mortgago; due plaintiff
from Chas. Lopin $341.60; decree nnd
order of sale.
Audrow J. Hawley vs Mary J. Kaley
et nl; foreclosure of mortgage; decree
overruled; defendant excepts. De
fendant given 20 days to answer; plain
Perry Manufaetuiing Co. vs 11. W.
Gullifoid; for continuation; salo con
firmed and deed ordered to which de
fendant excepts. Exception allowed
and given forty days to prepare bill of
exceptions; bond lixed at $200. Leave
given Hem j Cook to intervene.
A Man Who is Tirod
All tho time, owing to impovcribhoi
blood, .should take Hood's Sarsuparilla
to purify and enrich his blood and givo
him vitality and vigor.
This condition of weakness and lack
of energy is a natural consequence of
tho coming of warmer weather, which
finds tho system debilitated and tho
A good spring medicine is a neces
sity with almost ovoryono. Hood's
Sarsapurilla is what tho millions toco
in tho spi ing. Its great power to puri
fy aud enrich tho blood ai.d build up
health is one of tho facts of coannon
Red Cloud Creamery opened up
We wilt honor any check issued
by the Cieainery Co
Gai.umia A: Wi:scuit
Dr. Price's Cream Balclnjr lowc!ei
WoMd's Pt.lr .iiftlieiil Award.
PKliSLNl" DAY l'llUlJCiHTS
I ii oi 'r
in "M mii '
nii'i' l . 1'iiwr- .V I'uimr )
i V W S V 1
ecssiv ! c
Wo all p lis i iii ! 'li u
pet M'Ui'cn unl i-iiiin.it I'.isMiiii .ii iiui-i.
to tin liin wli n tins,. fxpiMii'iices
weie iiii'iti'i.lhe tt'iig Ilia, happens I
cannot be nun 1 iieiif. The whole
life of a child and aftnwaids of the
adult is one of sweeping onwiitd, away
from peacefulness lo trouble, away
again peichaucc fiom tumble to quiet
of heuit; each vaiied epetience how
ever leaving its impress Theie isonly
one certain and sine iiile to follow
make the best of the evil that befalls;
fiom mistakes learn wisdom; fiom
righteous deeds gain strength for fur
Like man, like nation. The war IS,
and that is the end to all control ciy.
Many thousands, like discontented
childien would gladly travel backwaid
on the pathway of Time to the days
when peace tested in the hamlets ot an
indiistiious nation. Thete may even
be .some who legal il the show of force
as uncalled for. But theie is no way
kick to pluvious conditions. The only
way Is onward. Neither is theie timo
nor place for saying "I would have
preferred this or that." The war being
waged by the nation that includes all
of us, lighteis or fi lends of lighters,
men of peace or peace at any price
men all are part of the nation; so that
anythingshoitof absolute unity of pur
pose is seriously wrong. Party feel
ings suppressed, party lines moio in
visible than ever; individual prejudices
subordinated, individual desii es mould
ed into one great purpose this is
whoi 0 we stand today. One great duty
W before us; to so vigorously encourage
our government with our lianilt and
our hem ts: to so chcci fully support it
with our taxes direct and indiicct that
a war undertaken without freiizy for
glory, without lust for conquest, shall
bo sharp and disastrous for the enemies
of feoblo women and children. That
dono, wo shall again show tho world
how a nation that believes in peace,
can by the devious paths of war bring
peaco lasting and glorious to pass.
Our sons will then take up their homo
work again, and move on to the next
duty. But thu war will not have
passed without leaviug an impiesson
our national life.
Lot us consider one remarkable di
rection In which this war has served to
show tho progress tho world ismaking.
During tho days and months und
years th.U wo huvo bitterly felt tho
wrong that has been done to our poor
neighbors, there has never been any
serious intrusion of tho religious nspect
of tho case, save for one or two sets of
icsolulions by small bodies of men.
No question has been asked as to tho
belief of tho poor creatines whoso
cruel sufferings have forced us into
tho world's arena as champions of tho
defenceless. It seems as though we
had reached the common sense atti
tude of mind when wo believe that a
wrong is a wrong, ami a wound is a
pang oven though iullictcd on a man
that has no belief at nil. It seems easy
to suy "What you believe, dour suffer
ing ono is nothing to mo; what you
need is my summons to your sido."
Yet easy though this is for us to say, it
is not so many years ngo since tho
purso strings of thoso who now sub
scribe to Cuban relief funds, or who
surrendered tho darlings of their tire
side for righteousness' sako would
have felt the kindly effort mis-placid,
perhaps wasted because the Cubans
are staunch Catholics. Theso men,
for vhom wo pledge our wealth, our
lives and our honor, cling to a faith
that as far as possiblo unites church
and state; thoy honor the Virgin
though why they should not I cannot
boo and thoy have a plentiful calender
of saints to appeal to. Hut Americans,
what have we to do with condemning
such things, freed us we are fiom tji.
anuy and MipuLstitiou liifini ny less
than mailing. If we ineiisiiio a man's
need and 0111 ie.pniisibility by llit'cv
lent tn w In, h In lint's wiili n- tlmiit
11.1.1 iiia'ii 1 , iii ti,,- ipui u-il realm wo
-r. ajM.,.. ...
'l -ig mi Ii.icU in I In riMiUll li'- n 11
) 1111 ll llll-'iiil In tin full 1 culm it's
'I I I pi III' Kill 1 if pi 1 j III li 1' W I'l'l I III Wl
mil M'hi's had 'i shaic. II11 if, aswei
IniM' dune, wei'leai "in minds of nmi-f-a-f.iiti.il
and linicU) dilli'ii'iit'i's, wlirn
a piior w 1 eu li in-s lii-foii' 11- imploiing
1, ,y ,j.i( (in,,, hi-,, Wl, children of
t. Hjrhi, t. (-i.i.a ,.,..,. K, that is
. .. , , ,.,...., mj1Hs ,ls ,, wo,,
rolls on. Veilial Cieetls aie pissing;
teghtcous-doing is on the stage of
Ill HUM 1" II TAIIIIU
Tlivru'i. n IIiik Unit Is known tliruiiKli i wlilcr
TI11111 tin ciiuqnerlnn vukIo of Hume
A dominion nut fciori'il li) inoiinlnln oriimin;
lint JolniM In utie Klorloii liiiint'.
Ami the cli'i'iy Min wiitchi's ll fur In the north.
Where winter lis Mlenti'imrt liolil.
Anil the silver eel Mum In thu niiitlilunl hhlni
To lliihleti Us lliiKerini' foliln.
I'or iiiirliiinncr nuiy Mow in thu hlllerest Mm-t.
Or uniiton 'ni'rtlli troi'lt'iil sun;
lint whenever Itsiiiiherlni hiulov Is cuM.
The MA'ceh ami the xplrlt 11 re one.
Ami the Mum ami the Mr I pes lime heen ulireil
ileil nmi flint
On inioiy n terrible llelil;
lint lme shown tlmt their colors were rightly
I'roiii 11 mitten tlmt Soiowh nut to jleld.
Hut UiuiikIi It inny Iosh nier coivinerlnj; hot-tH.
We IIkIiI hut Unit Imttli'stnii) reuse,
Ami we reckon our iroinleiit ntnl noblest IioIiMh
Are the holler triumphs of pence.
For our I Ink' l the IIiik of the fenrlesi ami free,
To the tciic.hlni' of llhert true;
So we'll honor niul nmi ehcrlih wher'er we nuiy
The KlorlotiH roil, white ami hluc.
WHAT A MOTHER SAYS.
Of Dr. Hartman's Famous Family
Romody and Spring Tonic.
Mrs. Hannah Lind, 1132 East Long
street, Columbus, Ohio, is ono of tho
many enthusiastic advocates of Pe-ru-mi.
Sho nays: "For many years I
was subject to nervousness, despond
ency and neuralgia, for which doctors
nnd remedies seemed of no use. At
Inst I was poifiiiadcd to try Po-ru-nh.
I found it to be exactly tho remedy I
had been ko long in search of. It re
lieves thu tired, depressed feeling telt
in springtime at once. It never fails
to restore to mo
tite and tho
best of sleep.
It has cured
ency and nou
ralgia, and I
wonder why so
continuo to suffer through spring and
early summer when Po-ru-na is Mich 11
prompt nnd perfect relief. Asa family
medicine I believe Po-ru-na to have no
equal. It relieves at onco cramps,
colic, prostration from heat, tho ill ef
fects of sudden cheeking of tho per
spiration and all other bad effects of
hot weather. As a remedy for nervous
prostration it has no equal, and tho
thousands of men and women of this
generation who "have nerves" lind it
11 priceless remedy.
Kvery fAinily should have a copy of
"Facts and Faces." Finely illustrated .
One of tho best books of testimonials
ever published. Sent free. Address
tho Poru-na Drug Manufacturing
Conipny, Columbus, Ohio.
Good growing weather.
Planting corn will soon bo a thing of
The Unitctl Brethren church will
hold their second quarterly meeting
at Penny creek school house, Dist. No.
8, May 14th and 10th.
Mrs. Albert Kcaglo of Wyoming, who
has been visiting with Richard Kcaglo
is on the sick list.
The meeting at Pleasant Dale Sun
day evening was largely attended.
The ice cream social at Pleasant
Dale was a success.
Tho Mt. Hope Sunday school will
have memoiial .services.
P L Uiatler fiom Kdgniiii'ii' was n
Line Sunitit, the guest of Uii.tin 11a-
"----' 1 1 . 1
;5j. P.-ic t Cvmm Cakltig iowdr
A I'mc 'iiaw Cream 11 I'art" IMwijrc
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
(J old Aledal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD).
HKI'OKT Or Till: c()NI)l HON
STATE BANrToF RED CLOUD,
ClIAUTI'lt. No.. 'in,
nt licit Cloud. In the Mute of Nelirnxkii, 11 1 tho
close of Imilia'M.MiiyA, WW.
l.oniiKMiil DlTonnts MMI!! 71
f 'iirriMil iixiiimst-s nmi luxes tmlil
I Oierilrafis, M-eureil nmi unsecured. .
irnu 1111111 uiiii'i imiiuiiiti,
stiile ami prlMite hunks
ami hiinkcm .tlS.H'17 r.l
Hills of other bunks . . -IUTiTuii
(lolil 10I11 illMu
hlhcr rolti .. 1,100 m
I'ruetloiml slher, nickels, cle H 4'J
I.ek'ul teniler notes l.tiOO 00
Total cHi.li on hnml ..
Cnpltal slot k nU In
. tifi.iKO no
.. 11,010 m
lnilli lilual iU'IkisUh siibleet
to cheek . ..... f,vi,)07 f9
Denmnd lerllllcates utile
lOMt t.OIH Uil
Tune ( i-itttlcatCH ot deposit
feTATB or Nkiiimhka, I
County of IVeLntor.
I, V. T. A11I1I, rniililcr of the
nlioio iiHineil Imnk, ilo solemnly nwenr that the
mum-suiicniciii is irueio inu ucsi or my kiiowi
eilKt nmi belief.
T. Aumi, Cimhlcr.
W. T. Am.11. Director.
N. M. IlouiiNA, Director.
Hutiicrlbcd anil sworn lo before inc this 12th
ilny of May, WW.
HoiiT. T. I'ottiii, Notary I'libltc.
ItKPOllT OP TI1K CONDITION
PEOPLE'S BANK of RED CLOUD
at lted Cloud, In lh State of Nebraska at the
close of buslntfui May S, 1HWH.
Loan and Dlsceunta H9.18C 5V
Ovoritrafta, iccureil ami unsecured...
county ami cu
Furniture and llilurci .
Current eijienneit and taxei paid.......
Checkfl and other cah Items
Due from National ami
HUM bnuki ...111.673 48.
Hills of other hanks etc . 1,652 00
Nickels ami cents a) 61
Specie 3.SJ1 60
I.cxal tender notes ..... 1,M0 00
Total cash on hand
Si, m 85
. lifi.eoo 00
,. n,:l ot
Individual deposits mibject
to check HI.'JOl on
Demand Certificate!) of de
rioslt 0.IVVI 6
Tlmo CertlllcatjB of deposit -4,210 60-
Totai, .. .
... HIAH K5
Htate or Nrhuahka, I.,..
County of Webster, n'
I, W. A. .Sherwood, cashier or tho
above named bank, do solemnly sweur that the
above statement Is (rue to the best of my knowl
edge and belief.
attcktI W. A SiiEtiwooi), Cashier.
.1. 1.. Minrii, Director.
C. II.MiNru, Director.
Subscribed ami sworn to before me this l'-'th
day of May, lfW.
1). J. Mrriu, Notary I'liblle.
One bundled and sixty acres of unim
proved land four miles northwest of
lied Cloud, consistlm; of tho west half
of tho northeast quarter, and the east
half of tho northwest quarter of section
tlftcen in township two north, range
eleven west. The laud is leased at
nrcsont. but stibi'iut to salo. For
terms apply to
Ins Jamks Kiiikwood.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Hronio Quinino Tab
ets. All druggists refund tho money
f it fails to cure. SGc.
TMCV TOO WMK, CMT MONCT1 fHVt MIM.
Bruises IT COSTS
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