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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1899)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1899.
domfrom the grip
of catarrh makes
loyal friends or
JrjfcSL M$ Iciiul for ninny
H&ififeHlK years. Itcurea
. catarrh whor-
, of 1!i Twenty
ulirhlh St., Do
trolt, Mich., Is ono of tlio many tliou
and of rc-rii-na'8 friends. Tills is what
he says to Dr. llnrtmnn:
" Wo havo used your l'o-rti-nu with
tho most rcinarkitblu remiltfl nnil would
not ho without It. Wo lmvo ulwtiya
recommended It to our friends. A fow
years ago 1 purchased a bottle of your
Peru-nik and after Hcolng its results,
recommended it to my grocer who was
troubled with dyspepsia, tho curing of
which induced her to sell it in her
tore. Bho has sold large niuoi.nta of
It My daughter has just been cured
of jaundlco with I'c-rii-na. My pen
would grow weary were I to begin to
toll you of the numerous cures Pc-ru-na
lias effected in our immediate vicinity
within tho last couple of years."
Dr. Ilartinan, President of tho Surgi
cal Hotel, Columbus, Ohio, will counsel
and proscribe for fifty thousand women
this year f rco of charge. Every suffer
ing woman should wrlto for special
question blank for women, nud havo
Dr. Hartmun's booW, "Health and
Scanty." All druggists sell Po-ru-na.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgeon B. t& M. R. R. Company,
and U. S. IVnson Surgeon,
City nnd country calls promptly nn
sworcd day or night.
Offichovku Lindskv's Mkat Mahkkt
N1QIIT CALLS AT 0IT1CU.
Dr. E. A. Ckkighton,
Honorary (.irndiiato & Silver Mcdnlist
Western University, Canmln.
Calls Answkkkii 1av and Nioiit.
J. F. GOODE,
PIIYSIOIAN AND SURGEON.
ILL CALLS ANSWERED I'HOMITLY.
Ofllco over Cottlng's Drug S'orc. Kos
idencontJ.C. Warner's proporty.t.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crown Bridge Work or Ttetb Wiibonl Plitct
And U the latest Improvement In dents) tnecb
I. 13. C0LV1N,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock llox 23. Gulilo Hock, Nil).
All kinds of proporty bought, sold and
P. A. WELLS,
KTTGRNEY KT L.7XUX.
Oflloo in F. & M. bank building with
1). J. Myers.
PitACTicr.s in am. Statu and Unitko
OVERMAN i BLACKLEEQE
KTTORNEYS - KT - LKlni.
Office orer ltt Office.
IIKD Cl.OUD, NEHUASKA.
F. P. COBLE.
OFFICE, IN MOON I1I.0C1C.
Insurnnee written on city nnil
property nt lowest rates.
R. D. BEDFORD.
.Etna Firo Insuracco Company,
National Uro Insuranco Co.,
Oonnectlcut Firo Ins. Co.,
Qucon Firo Ins. Co., of America,
Now York, N. Y.
Lancashire Firo Ins. Co,,
Norwich Union Firo Ins. Society,
Employers' Liability Assurnno Corpor
ation, limited, (acchtt)iit)
Au. Stamdakd Companiks.
Youn Patkonaof. Soi.iciti:u.
Lands and Collections.
EaM JI))Vkw1I;8jB Je1:l
LUKU WHtHt. AIL ttSt I AILS.
Ilcat Uougb Hjrru
D. lutea lit
futea (loud. Uao
Hold tif dnik'vUta.
T If JPaaaaaaJaKr
VITALITY OF SEEDS.
fleeda From Five Hundred to Two Then
Mnd Veara Old Hv Sprouted.
How long will seeds prehcrre their
vitally? Ho many fables havo been
and nro still belngpromulgatedon this
subject that a few facts may not bo tin
acceptable. Tho heeds of tho willow
will not germinate after having been
once dry, and their germinating powct
is lost in twelve weeks even If during
that interval they have been kept fresh.
Tho seeds of coffee and various other
plants do not gcrmlnato after having
been kept for any considerable length
of time. The grains of wheat usually
loio their power of growth after a
lnpso of noven yours, though wheat
over two centuries old him been
found quite capable of being
used for food. Tho stories of
"mummy wheat," sprouting nftor
having lnln dormant In Egyptian
tombs for thousands of years are,
to nay tho least of them, very dubious.
No well authenticated Instances of
such finds arc extant, while among
other urlielcH sold by tho Arabs to
orcdulous travelers, as coming out of
tho same tomb us tho ancient wheat,
havo been dahlia bulbs and maize, the
deposition of which In tho receptacle
from which they were said to bo ex
tracted necessitates tho belief thnt
three thousand years ago tho subjects
of tho phnraohs were engaged In com
merce in America. Ilye and wheat
only one hundred and elfjhty-tlvo years
old could not be Induced to gcrmlnato,
tho placo of tho embryo being occupied
by a slimy, putrefying fluid. If, how
ever excluded from light and air, nnd
above all, from dramp, seeds havo been
known to keep for lengthened periods.
Heeds of the brun and pea order havo
sprouted after ono hundred years'
storago in nn herbarium and many
similar instances havo been recorded.
Bccds disinterred from tho soil taken
from under very unulont buildings nnd
other -situations havo also sprouted,
though tho estimates of their age havo
been all tho way from ilvo hundred to
two thousand years. They can not,
however, bo considered beyond tho
rango of skepticism. Science "for All.
VENTILATION OF THE HOUSE.
Plenty of l'rcsli Air I Necessary to Good
Healthful animal or vegetable Ufa
can not bo sustained without fresh nlr
in plenty. Living In rooms that hav.
not a proper supply of pure ulr lowers
the vltnllty nnd make ono feci tho cold
much more. It Is tin error to think you
can keep a houso mtrincr without fresh
Mr than with it. A thoroughly-aired
room heats more rcndlly thun docs tho
one where the ulr Is vitiated.
Air tho sleeping rooms tho first thing
In the morning, no matter how cold
tho day. Have at least one window in
one of tho upper halls In which u ven
tilator can bo placed; or, If that be In
convenient, havo a strip of board about
four or Ave Inches long, which place
under tho lower sash. This will give
fresh air without a draught, nnd is
a good way to ventilate sleeping
rooms when ono fears nn open window.
If tha windows of tho sleeping-room be
so arranged that tho wind blows upon
the bed, place a soreon near tho bed.
Always keep some rooms warm while
the others are uiring, and give them a
thorough flooding with fresh air when
the first rooms arc comfortable. The
houso thnt is kept well ventilated and
nx a regular temperature throughout
will be much safer for occupancy by
both sick and well people than the ono
where the housekeeper has tho mis
taken idea that she wastes tho hea t by
opening her windows for at least n part
of nn hour In the morning, leaving a
little corner whero health nud sweet
ness can steal in unobserved. Toledo
It la l'lnln nnd (rratora ITan It ti flrent
A it M n In Ki".
"No stntL'Mimn who i worth his nlt
will be liamppi'pil by tradition," buitl
Lord Itosobcry In n rpcent spcecli. Ami
tho Maying is u good oiu in Itself.
Traditions arc iihofnl only when thoy
liolp. They arc si good deal worse than
worthlpss when they hamper.
Rut Lord Uoscbery'fl Miying Is chiefly
romarltable tis an illustriitlon of the
fact that he is not hampered by the
traditions of stilted Lnglish orntory.
"Worth is salt," is a breezy colloquial
ism which expresses in three wordi
which could not have been so well ex
pressed in three sentences of tho lluest
Tho fine oratorlcnl English in which
our grandfathers delighted seems in
sufferably stilted to us of this genera
tion. We demand plain English, and
the man who wishes to reach the
largest number of people will use tho
plainest of plain English.
Tho newspapers, which havo a hand
in nearly everything, lmvo dono this.
They havo hown the advantage ol
speaking in intelligible language.
They are condemned by colleeo profes
sors for using colloquialisms, vulgar
isms if you please, suoh as this with
which Lord Rosebery enforces his
meaning, utit what the newspaper
tries to do is make itself intelligible to
the largest number of people in tho
shortest time and smallest space. Very
often fine Engllth is effective, but
oftcner still a colloquialism will ring
tho bell where the English of Addison
would not strike the outer rim of a tar
get The orators arc finding this out and
conforming to it Something is lost,
perhaps, but more is gained, for it
means anothor step away from the ex-
cluslvencss of an intellectual nris
tocraoy; another concession to the in
tellectual needs of the masses, the de
spised Toms, Dicjts nnd Harrys, over
whose heads the orators of our class
ical period fired tho resonant salvos ol
their heavy artillery. N. Y. World.
Eighty-five women in-all entered
for various tripos examinations at Cam
bridge university, Kngland. Thirty
eight were from Uirtonnml forty-seven
from NewrJmm. Tho preference amoug
tlilb number was for mathematics and
modern lnuguuges, while classics, nat
ural science and history each had nine
m ten students.
Proftt sora of Monte Catching, Shaving and
A short time ago, as I walked through
tho hall leading to my bonrding-housa
bedroom, I was surprised to see tho
door open nnd n man on his knees in
tho corner. I inquired of tho chamber
maid why ho was there.
"Oh, he's all right," sho answered.
"He's Prof. Wllkins."
"Why did you bring him up hero?" I
asked. "I nlways wish to havo callers
wait for mo In tho parlor."
"Oh," giggled tho girl, "what would
ho bo in tho parlor for? Ho's Prof.
Wllkins, tho mouso man. Somo of tha
boarders complained there wns mico in
tho house, and ho's looking for thcml"
When I lntervlowcd Prof. Wilktns, ho
Informed mo that ho was n, professo
of rod ntology, and I found that his
mind re- ly had a scientific turn. Ho
gnvo mc somo interesting facts in con
nection with tho mouso-catchlug busi
ness. Ono tale was of n lady who was
sued by her maid for damages because,
in her terror at discovering a mouso in
a sugnr basin, sho had flung mouse,
sugar nud basin at tho girl's head.
Another story illustrated the influ
ence of certain conditions of dreams.
The professor assured mo that ono of
his customers dreamed of mice when
over she nto checsol
On tho register of a hotel in a west
ern town I read "Prof. Pckkins and
staff." A geological survey wns rn
progress. Probably, I reflected, Prof.
Pckkins was conducting it.
That night, through tho transom of
my door, I heard an unusually pene
trating voice instructing a class, but
the subjoct was not geology. Tho
stranger wns giving points to his
agents on sotting forth tho merits of a
certain soap. The principal point was
tho purity of tho Ingredients. Tho
oil used wns of such n quality that in
the soap factory, at tho lunch hour,
tho operatives left tho butter provided
'or them, preferring to dip their bread
i 'o sweet and delicate oil. This was
o n flection on tho butter, which was
I was so interested in this stranger
that 1 Inquired of tho clerk: "Who has
tho room opposlto mlno?"
"Prof. Pokklns and two of lib staff."
Prof. Pckkins was n professor of
Prof. Null, tonsorlul artist, lives
across the border, bhortly a iter his
marringo, walking with his dark
skinned bride, ho met u customer one
of tho Four Hundred of his city. "Mis
tah Ulanklns," ho exclaimed, blocking
tho way of tho astonished man, "Mis
tah lllunkins, pahmtt mo to ihtahduco
Mrs. Profossnh Null. Mrs. Professah
Null, Mlstah Blnnklns." Kate Field's
Rates for Greater American Exposition.
Reduce rates to Oinnlm will apply
from points on tho Burlington Uouto
within 250 miles of thnt city during
tho outiro poriod of tho Greater
America Exposition, which opens July
1 and closes October 31.
There will bo three different kinds
Ton-Day Tickets", which will bo sold
nt 80 per cent of doublo tho ono-wuy
Scven-Dny Tickets, rnto for which
will bo ono faro for tho round trip plus
5 per cont on snlo Tuesday.
"Week-End" Tickets, which will bo
on snlo Saturday nnd Sunday trains duo
in Omaha before 1.00 p. in. Ono faro
for tho round trip. J. Francis, Gener
al Pnssogenr Agout, OmnhnNoh.
Irritating stings, bites, scratches,
wounds and cuts soothed nnil healed
by DoWitt's Witcli Hiizol Sulvo, n
miro and safe application for 101 lined
llt'sli. Bowaru of counterfeits. C. L.
Ilcntity In IMuod Deep.
Clean blood means a clean nkin. No
beauty without it. Casc.irets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood und keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body, llogin to-day to
banish pimples, boild, blotches, blackheads,
nnd that sickly bilious complexion by takinR
CaRca rets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50e.
5 J 00. Dr. E. Detchon's Antl Dieoretlc.
Mar bouortli tojoumore than lion If you
linve n cliilil who boIU beilillng "oui lncomon
once of water during uleep. Cures old and
jouiiE nllko. It arrueiK the trouble nt once. $1.
Sold by 0. 1.. Cottlng, drugKlt. lied Cloud, Neu.
Relief in Six Hours.
niKtrcsBlnt; kldnoy and bladder diseases to
llovcd In nix liourn by "Now Oreat Botith Araorl
can Kidney euro." It Is a (treat sttriirlko on ac
count of Its cxcccdliiKpromiitncBslnrcllovlng
irnlii III bladder, kidney and back, In male or
fcmnlo. Itolterci retention of wator almost
immediately. If you aut ouick relief and
euro tbta Is the remedy, bold by C. I.. Cottlng,
druBgint, lied Cloud, Neb.
How Are Tour Kidney f
Dr. Hobba' HraraRot Pllla cure all kidney Ilia. Bam
pie free. Add. sterling Hornedy Co., Chicago or N.Y.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candv Cathartic. 10p or SSo.
It C. O. C. fall to cure, druggists refund money.
r-frulU.JeUI, p4ckHaorcHup ar
7 more raatly, mora quickly, more gft.
. l'uraniua wax than by any other
In every household. It ll clean.
taetelvu and odorleaa-alr, waur
and uci proof. Uet a pound cake of
ll wiin a uai or m umu uao.
from your druggist or grocer.
Bold everywnere. aiaa uy
HreaU with yoa whther 70a eomtUo th
ncrTo-tiiiiiif wDftcto utu nui iroa
nrauTfi ma quit tor vovmcq, wiv
out asrToui aMirefli.es peuniotv,
uao, purio toe uiuua.
Iturri iuii HiMiuvuu,
nisvici you firoDj
And Pockel-VLWl 7rO TO 11 A1 from
b??1 -aJil4WlTour own drnrvtfli.tir
InhcaItu.nerT mk tS 1 1 B vijaB"rairjirurd Uut
a,-. mt .?! n ..V.-. i... a U
sfravnUtd to cur" ; rofaod iOBt.
aVJaflJ HTeTerflRl fjNFt nW9Bjjjrv'f Baraar'HB iPw SIjnbv
tells a story that
women will re-cotrnlzo-a
of monthly Buf
fering just be-
foro and during menstruation a
story of aches, darting pains, torturo
in back, head, limbs and abdomen.
will euro these sufferers regulato
their menses and drive out all "fe
mnlo troubles." Druggists sell It
for $1 a bottle.
nn BRinnELD RincLAton co., auuu, o.
J. O. WILES, Prop.
"I hive gone 1A dj t ft Urn without m
ovtniDt of (he bowel, not being able to
more tbem eicept bj uiIuk bot nater Injection!.
Cbronlocontlptlon forioven yeits placed me In
till i terrible condition; during Hint time I did ev
erjltilDgl litard of but never found anr reliefs sucb
wai mjr cue uutll 1 began uilug CAbCAHKIti. I
lion b,ave from ono to tbree iatiage a dar, aud If 1
win rlcb I nould giro 1100 va for each movement) It
la tuch a relief. ' A vi iieii I.. Uunt,
ltttJ Uuuell tit , Detroit, Mich.
TRADI MANN MMNfflMO
Pleeiant. Palatable, Potent. Taite Good, Do
Good, Never Blcatn. Weaken. orUrlpe,10c,JOc,Uo.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
IUrUaBM4f CHr,CilM(. awtml, ItKlark. M
Anyono aendlnn a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion froo whether an
UiTontlon taprohnblyptttcntabto. Communlco.
aent free. Oliloat ouency foraocunnspatonta.
I'atenta taken throuith Munn & Co. receive
rptclal notice, without charso, In tho
A handaomely llluatratcd weekly. Jjirgcat clr.
culatlan of ony aclontiao lournal. Terrua. 13 a
roar: f our montha, L Bold by all newadealcra.
MUNN fiCOa""" New York
Uranch Offloo. C35 V 8U Waehlngton. D. C.
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and alt Pat-
entbuiiness conducted (or MoocnATl Fll. i
Ou Office l OrrosiT;u.B.pTiMTorrioi
and i wo cap secure patent la leu time than thoae
remote from Waihfngton. i
tlon. We advUe, if patentable or not, free of
charee. Our fee not due till patent Uaccurecu ,
a pMf Mtr.T. . "sr vr ""."'." rMr..-rj
coat ot aame K. tne u. o. nnu lorcisu tuuuwi..
tent free. AuJri.ii,
A. WOW A, CO,
OKP. PATIW- OfflCt. WASHINGTON. D. C.
ORDINANCE NO. 31.
Ice water will chill the atomach, but It I
H will make you feel warmer.
n 111 cool the blood and mako -nn --r ..ly ). aV
B cool, it a tue drink for wutin -. M
TiiRtiiiiiLrsB.itiiir.sro..uii.n - r.
H Mtkfriof lllra. Couj.n4 llli. H
BBI 1. l.r.u .It.... tt r TAv..u TUn... .. . BBBJ
w ,,. ..-., paaj in.tH.l.
kAAJj. so YEARS' Hafffl
tMaHHIMeK EXPERIENCE RfTr-J
An Ordinance appropriating moneys out of the
several funds aim receipts of tho City of lied
Cloud. Nebraska, forlho use of said clly.
llo it ordained by Ihe i!iayor,nd council of tho
City of Hcd Cloud, .Nebraska.
That the following amptints be and tho same
are hereby appropriated ttut of tho sovernl funds
and receipts accruli tithe city of lied Cloud,
as heroin deslgnateo, ir the specific purponen
herein mentioned frMhe fiscal year keglunlng
on the first Tuemlajt May, 18W, te wit:
Out of Uoneral FiMB for official salaries. IfiOO,
for street commlsslor and police, HOo.tx); for
hall rent, f loo.oa; fuf Incidental expensos. Vim.
Out of Wator Houd I'tind, for Interest on water
bonds, 91MXJ 00. . .
Out of Klectrlo Light Bond Fund, for Interest
oh electrlo light bonds, taco.
out of Water Levy Fund for water engineer,
MW.OO; for ropalrs to water works llfiOWJ
Out of OrcHpatlan f ml. for repairs on streets.
M(.to, for Incidental txpensos on streets, two.
Out of Water Fund, for coal, IO0; for repair
and renewal, fcwo. ,,,.., . , .
Tills ordinance to bo In fU force and effect
on and after Its past ago and publication accord
Attt:-J. S, KiLMt,Clty Clerk,
'1 nnciuc at nuiui ubddicii iiiiv i.x T w CxhlbH, Me f
a vrij ni.vnnnn, nbDiuunn, Juki ui, l trunkal Exhlb
1 CLOSES OCTOBER 31st
CLOSES OCTOBER 31st
I lYHtTTHINa NEW EXCEPT
1 TUB BUILDINQS. .
PABST MILWAUKEE Beer
ALWAYS ON TAP.
OklkeaUf'a KutUa Dlaaead llruc.
Orfctnal Bad Onlv Ofnntae.
vr.. ..w.j. rru.u.. b.oi.1
branlrt tot CkUUtttf Jr.oU.Jk
oiu anna in Hea ma i
aaikK JZ.Au. ifaiMMroMj n.&liu
ltl. mttimA with bind rilthon.
HnuaklilllulMi. 11 Dnu tiMi. h imd aV
la tumre fcr juilaiilwt, munraltta aaJ
' HoUef for lUdlj," In Itittr. tj rrtara
r mail. ju,wif irmnwHii. ram iiutf,
Local UtuuuU. rillLAUA.. VA.
For the speedy and permanent cure of
tetter, salt rheum nnd eczema, Cham
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly nnd
its continued use effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, bnrbcr's itch,
scald head, Eore nipples, Itching piles,
chapped bands, chronic sore eyes and
Dr. Cadv's Condition Powders for
horses nro tho best tonic, blood purifier
andvermifuge. Price, SB cents. Soldby
i. or FEU FREE
R. KLINE'S MIAr
V4aM 4Mtfl, rUM ir)4MW. h VlUt NtrVOOMtM
Itm u ni tuau. iLt jVju tirM uttf( ootr
do recti ?m. pna ur. iuin, lii, utiiiTW
f I'MlelfT.gU Arch Hi .rhUfaltlpblt.FaW
ICltacKi ami txautlflti the hair.
ll'n.aifKM a laiurUnt growth.
Mever Fall a to llctoro aray
Ainir iu lis luuiumi .uiur.
ICurtt icatp tllMt.ti ft hair taUUiff.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Statu of Nebraska, 1
Wubstcr County, j
Iu tho mutter of Ihu cstnto of 'c1h Sorgcrton,
Notico la heroby ulveu t all persons having
clnlniR nud dcmatida anpiikt Kcls borgeraon,
latoof Wcnttlcrconutjr, fi'cciined. that thotlmo
tlxcd for llllng claln Nialiut mid estate In hl.t
months from tho Iltj Jny of August, J69U. All
shell pcrbons arc rciiplR'd to present their claims
with tho vouchors in (ho County Judgo of said
county, nt his ofllcdfr therein, on or before the
I2tli day of Kcbruar, 1WW. and all claims so tiled
wlllbclieard beforo tho said Judge on the 18th
ilnv of February. MOO. at IU o'clock a.m.
James Dtrrrr, County Judge.
Dated this 15th day of July. 1WI9.
PUIILIOATION OF SUMMONS-
Statoof Nebraska, I .
Webster County, f" In the District Court
thereof, of the 10th Judicial District.
Tho Nebraska t.oan ana irumuo.
Nelson I'hclps. Hmclino rhclns,
his wire, James i. Jtoss,
koks. ins wire, tirst name un
known, II. W. aulllford, first
full name unknown, Gull!
ford, his wife, first name un
known, Alfred McCall, tialem O.
Paulson, Charles U. Ilulton, and
William M. Lawman, trustee.
NOTICE OF SUIT.
illD nuuvu UUJK i;iin.o wmu.v ,'., ,mw.
Jtoss, nis who, nrst name unanowu, ana
each of them are hereby mill tied that tho above
named plaintiff has flWl In tho abovo named
court Its petlUon agatfisl them and the other
defendants named oovo:lhat the object and
prayer of said petition of the plaintiff are to
foreclose a mdrtgagt bearing dato the let day of
November, Ihv, eat cutcd by the above named
defendants Nllsojr Phelps aud Emolino Pholps.
(Ills WHO to use minim, on mu luuuwing real
estate sltuatellw tho county of Webster and
Hate of NcbrtifH to-wlt: The west half (H) of
the southwcBMuarter (W) of section thirteen
(13) In township one (1) north, of range twelve
(12), west of tho Sixth (6th) l, it.
The said defendants James M. Ilossaud
Itoss his wife, first name unknown, are further
notified that they, and each of thorn, are re
quired to appear and aiiBwer said petition of
plaintiff, on or beforo Monday, the 28th day of
August. 1699, or said petition of plaintiff will bo
i.lrnii nu l.im an1 n ilnprtin will Iia rnnrinrmt
against them, ihe said defendants and the other
defendants named herein, decreeing that tho
said mortgages be foreclosed; that all the
abovo described real estate shall bo appraised,
advertised and sold at nubile auction by the
sheriff of said Webster county, to mako aud
raise the sum of 1157.61) duo to plalntlir on It
said mortgage, together with Interest on said
sum at tho rate of ten per cont rrom tho 1st day
of June. lbWJ. and tho costs of this suit and such
sale; and said decree nlll further provide that
you, tho said defendants, snd tho other defend
nuts named herein and each of you, shall bo
forever barred and foreclosed of all equity of
redemption and other Interest In aud to ruld
real cstato and every part thereof. '
NeuiiAtKA Loan and Tiicst Co .
VyJoiiNM IUuan, I'kklMJfr.
I 3ia i ail
m uodireys British
Will Eclipse Last Year. T Military Band....
Wrrtcrn Edition Amcrtcon Agrkulturlit.
Tly aricclnl nrranccment with tho puullnhors,
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THE SIlANDAItl) UltED STAM.ION
Hubert Gyril, 30379,
Fotilfd in 1890, Urown horse, will
1(J hands nntl woIrIi over 1200
pounds when matured.
Will make the season at the STAR
Livery Barn, Red Cloud, Neb,
For teams address
Chas. R. Besse.
B. & M. B.-T
RED OLOUD, NEDR.
81. LOUIS and
all points east anil
SAL1 LAKE O'T
and all point
TRAINS LKAVE AS rOLLOWS!
13, Tasaenger dally for Oberlin
and tit. Francis branches. Ox- t
ford, McCook, Denver and all '
points wc8t............- 7:M a m
14, Passenger dally for 81, Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison, St.
Louis. Lincoln via Wymote
and all points cast and south 1 :0O a.m.
15, Passenger, dally. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
10. Passenger, dally' for tit. Joe,
Kansas i;ny, Atcnison, at,
Louis and all points east and
Nn, 144. Accommodation; dally except
laud, Ulack Hills and
points In the northwest 1:00 p.m.
Accommodation, aauy except
Sunday, Oberlin, Kansas, and
iniermeaiate etauons, via jto-
04. Freight, daily, Wymore and
tit. Joe ana intermediate - .
Junction polnts......ltflR p.m.
No, 63. Freight, dally for Itepubllcan
Orleans. Oxford and all nelni
west i .. 10 :80 a.m.
No. 60. Freight, dally except Sunday
for Wymore and all point east
No. 873. freight dally to Oxford aud
moreandall point east 7 :00a.m,
Intermediate nolnt .i:30
oieupiiiK, uuiiiiK, mm rcciiiuiiK ucwr raiD,
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold aDd
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Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
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