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UED CLOUD, NKUHASKA. MAIiCIl 10, 11)00,
Helleved at Last.
But it cost Untold blood and treasure. The relief
that the Big St ire affords its customers is the talk
of Red Cloud and the surrounding country. The
reason why the multitudes crowd at our store daily
is because we do just as we advertise, and we ex
pect here our unequaled facilities buying in large
quantities and in the best markets for cash enables
us to offer you the best goods for less money than
you can buy anywhere in the Republican Valley
and if you are buying anything in Dry Goods, Car
pets, Furniture, Queenswarc, Groceries and all
family supplies, you cannot afford to miss the Big
Store. Below we quote a few of our prices.
Serges, 15c per yard.
Palmer Wash Coods, 20c per yard.
Novelty cotton Goods, gc per yard.
Special value in Colored Dress Fabrics at 35c per
yard. Twelve styles.
Home Spun Suitings - - 75 to $1 50
Venetian Suitings, - - - 75 to 1 50
Spring Suitings ... 50 to 1 50
Cashmere, (full line colors) - 25 to 1 50
Black Dress Goods - - iajto 2 00
Black Crepons, $1 io"to 2 75
Our buyers visited the market early, thereby
securing the best styles. Late buyers will have to
take the cullings.
Belvoir cords at 20c.
Dimities in colors and plain white, 8c to 45c.
Alberta Satines, 8c to 45c.
Chambray Madras, 20c to 30c.
Special Mash fabrics at 8c, 10c and 20c.
PointelleJSoic Wash Silks, Dotted Swiss, Etc.
We are showing the largest and finest line of wash
goods everbronght in the valley. Bought early
for spot cash.
"PERCALES & GINGHAMS.
Apron Checks at 5c to 7c per yard.
EZZ1 Dress Ginghams at 8c to 10c per yard.
CL French Ginghams at 10c to 30c per yard.
The finest percales ever offered in dark and light
D colors. Reds, blues and novelties. Colors
guaranteed at 124c per yard.
SK Special values in German Calicoes at 8c. M
M We nave added additional space to our store room jjg
P and are now better prepared than ever to m
Sk handle our rapidly increasing trade. M
m WE ORIGINATE! - OTHERS IMITATE. m
SS We guarantee prices. Produce taken. 5
City Dray and Express Line.
E, 3H. ROSS. PROP,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAUS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 62.
A Summary oi the Cases Disposed of and
the Decisions Rdndered at the Term
Ending Last Saturday
Cases disposed of at tho term of the
dintiict eouit held lust week:
dtateof Nebiasku vs. Geo. lleauehainp
and JetF Ueauchaiiipi for buiglniy. 'a"-o
.State-of Nebraska vs. Oscar Wohler;
Kiinid Intently . Plead nut guilty Trial
to jury. Jury tetutiud verdict of not
guilty and ptionci discharged.
Chin. Leprn vm. Oeo. C Coon, fdioiilT;
mandate. Judgment for plaintiff as per
Htipulntions on file.
PicHton 1J. .Sibley, Kec. of Maty 15.
Knswoith, dteeasid, vs. John Zackery
ct id: confirmation Order to show
cause, by Wedmsday morning why sale
Hhould not bo confirmed.
P. & M. Untiking Co. vh. Lucius Piatt
et al; creditor's bill. Caso dismissed.
Now England Loan .V Trust O. vs.
Henry C. Cutter et al; pending stay.
Oarrow Kelley iV Co. vs. State Bank
of Blue Hill; appeal. Juiy waived and
case submitted to court on issues joined
and evidence. Case taken under ad
visement. Parties to file brief during
John C. Hoso vs. Joseph Reese: appeal.
Dismissed at plaintiff s cost.
L. Bishop vs. H. M. McClure et al;
pending stay. Settled and dismissed.
F. M. Woodworth vs. Louis Hchttman
et al; pending stay. Dismissed at cost
Tho Citizens State Bank of Cambridge,
Neb., vs. J. A. Boyd et nl; petition.
Dismissed at plaintiff's cost for want of
TraderslLnniber Co. vs. John Gilbert
et nblfoieclosme. Dismissed at plain
N. S. Harwood vs. Red Cloud Power
Co.; foreclosure. Ordered that this
causo stand revived in the uamo of Ed
win LCornlch, plaintiff, as substituted
trustee in accordance with stipulation
on tile. Dismissed us to Defendant Bed
ford. On the issues joined, court finds
there is drtejplaintiil from defendant on
tntst deed $10,000, interest at 0 per cent.
Decree of foieclosure nd order of sale.
John Blame vs. John A. Poyer; re
docketed. Demurrer wtstnined. Defen
dant JohtJA. Poyer excepts.
First Nat. Bank of Omaha vs. State
Bank oflBlue Hill; emit on note Defen
dant giver, leave to answer within 00
days. Caso continued for term,
Nebr. Loan & Trust Co. vs. Alfred C.
Jaoksonj'conflnnHtion. Order to show
cause by;Wednisday why sale should
nut lie confirmed.
John P. Williiwtm vs. A. M. Walters
Investment Co.; writ orr ttote. Motion
to confirm suppbtnental report as to De
fendant Grimes overruled. Motion to
suppress deposition overruled. Jury
waiwidjandjease tried to court. Court
findmlue plaintiff from defendant $1270
with interest at jier cent. Judgment
NeU. Loarr & Trr.tst Co. vs. John Oil-bert-ot
nl.; pending stay. Settled and
Harriet Dennison et al. vs. Sylvia O.
Wnruor et al.j pending stny. Motion to
8triko .irt'errnled. Defendant excepts.
Each party giveu leave to file additional
uflldavitH by five o'olock Friday. Cause
submitted to tho cottt on the evidence
jrud taken ntnder advhement until June
John W. Robinson vs. State of Ne
braska; petition in error. Motion to tnx
cot against defendant overruled.
Alred C. Ifosuier vs. Bernard Mc
Nouy and Thomas Logan; appeal. Dig
missed At plaiutiiTs coats.
Jainea McNtuy vs. Tiiouias Logan;
appeal. Settled and dismissed.
Anna fladley et nl vs. Morris M.
Stern et h!.; for damages. Dismissed.
The City of Red Clond, Neb., va. F. &
M. Banking Co.; petition in equity. De
murrer overt tiled. Defendant excepts.
Motion to strike out pari of petition
overruled. Defendant except and i
given BO day to answer. Case con
tinned, J . W. Moon s, Isadore Freyiuiirk; re
docketed, Motion to strike out petition
overruled. Demurrer to petition, Do-
Mrrr auiainau. baava flva t
amend by interlineaflon iiiHtanter.
Special appearance as to Freyiuiirk sus
tained. Mass. Mutual Life Ins. Co. vs N. L.
D. Smith tt al.; pending stay Motion
for n now trial overruled. Defendant
excepts. Forty days to file bill of excep
tions. Defendants given leave to file
petition ro canet I lecotii ol this cause
taken and had at the October teim, l'.UI.
Tiio Muscatine Mottgage Co. vs.C. V.
McDonald it al.: p tltluii on onti-n t
Continuid to June teim to stand dial
llrst day. Jury waived to betiitdbv
Jeter Jinsen vs. Andrew Errckson; tor
State of Nebraska vs. George Chnpnit;
ie'ognizanee to kicp tho peace. Dis
missed by motion of county attorney.
Tootle Weakly Millineiy Co. vs. Al
fred and 15. A. Ilndell; suit on account.
Plnintiir given :!0 day- to lllo amended
L. J. Locktidge vs. Geo. Simon; ap
peal. Trial to court. Court finds due
plaintiff from defendant the sum of $!)().
Judgment on findings. Sale of attached
Legrand 13. Thorno vs. Jennie E.
Thome; divorce. Divorce granted on
petition of plaintiff.
Allen II. Carpenter vs. Austin Jeffrey
and Rose Jillre); appeal. Jury im
paneled and sworn but could not agiec
oir a verdict. Case continued foi the
Tho City of Red Cloud, Nebraska, vs.
The Michigan Trust Co.. Executor et ill;
foreclosure. Motion todisrrrissovetruled.
Plaintiff ordered to file amended petition
in accordance with former order of the
court within !)0 days from adjournment
of tliis term.
J. W. Robinson vs. It. S. Proudflt et
nl.; for damages. Dismissed at plain
Roderick McBeath vs. Louis Harttnan
et nl.; to quiet title. Judgment on find
ings in open court in favor of defendants.
Defendants pay nil their own costs.
Nathan M. Doudna nna W. T. Auld
vs. JeiTerson P. Vnrrell et nl,; confirma
tion. Sale confirmed nnd deed ordered.
SurpluB ordered paid to tho widow or
Joshua Weltzheitner vs. Frank P.
Fisher et al; foreclosure. Motion to
strike overruled. Defendant excepts.
Leave granted plaintiff to correct copies
of coupon notes in accordance with alle
gation in petition. Defendant given 20
days to plead.
Mary A. Starr vs. Webster County;
appeal. Dismissed for want of prosecution.
Citizens Stato Bank of Cambridge, by
S. O. Simonds, Cashier, vs. J. A. Boyd
and E.J. Overing; appeal. Dismissed
at plaintiff's cost for want of prosecution.
Luvice V. Pegg vs. On in Harvey; ap
peal . Settled and dismissed.
Popo & McClatcn vs James W. Bog
enrief; appeal. Settled nnd dismissed.
Straw Ellsworth Manufacturing Co.
vs Wnyno G. Parker et alj'for receiver.
rlaintilT given to March 10 to file ad
ditional affidavits, defendant given to
March 17 to file counter affidavits In
the matter of application for receiver,
sanio to be heard at Adams county
terra .of court in Hastings, March 10.
W. C. DoWolf vs Rono Russell, at
tachment. Duo plaintilT from defend
ant 1330 on note, nt J por corrt. Salo
of attached property ordered.
RosoUa liogott vs Martin Bogott;
divorce. Dismissed at plaintiff's costs.
Pottibooe & Nixon vs Christian
ICoohloretal; foreclosure of tax lien.
Default at all defendants taken; duo
plaintiff 991.74, attornoy'a fees SO 17 al
lowed taxed as part of costs; 10 per
cent interest from date. Decree of
foreclosure and order of a ale.
PottiboneA Nixon vs Jounthau W.
llarpham et al; foreclosure of tnx lirn,
Default of all defendants taken excopt
Nebraska Loan & Trust Co.; court finds
duo plaintiff IMO 51 ; attorneys fees al
lowed to bo taxed as conts 114 05; in
terest 10 per cent; decroo of foreclos
ure nnd order of sale.
Pettibono & Nixon vs Geo. L. Gulli
fordjforeclojuroof tax lien. Dofau.t
of all defendants taken oxcopt Nebras
ka Loan &Tiust Co; court finds duo
plaintiff 819 51; attorney's foes 11.95
allewerf taxed aa part oaiti; iatarest at
1 11 S) -- g? II 1
GOOD judge must have both experience
and learning. A housekeeper should
be a good judge for she too must have
experience and learning or she may think that
the soaps made to look like Ivory Soap are just
as good. With experience she will know
that they lack the remarkable qualities of the
genuine. Ivory Soap 994f per cent. pure.
co.i.ioht , lf .aoctia . mn t umimmi
ten per cent; decree of foreclosure and
order of sale.
Pettibono & Nixon vs Geo. L. Gulli
ford ot nl: foreclosure of tax lien.
Default of nil defendants taken except
Nebraska Loan & Tiust Co; couit
finds due plaintiff $27.27; attorney's
fees 12.72 taxed as part costs; interest
nt 10 por cent; decrco of foreclosure
and order of snlo.
Mnry E. Roberts vs Goo. W. Roberts;
potition in equity. Court linds fnets
stated in petition true. Prayer of pe
Jossio Pcggvs John F.Pegg; petition.
Default of defendant ordered; default
set aside; judgment that dofondnnt
pay to plaintiff r on tho 15th of ench
Tho Western Land Co. vs Win. li.
Howe ot nl, foreclosure of tax lien.
Demurrer of defendants withdrawn
r.nd 80 days givonto nnswer by agree
ment in (men couit.
Tho Western Land Co. vs John Gil
bert etnl; foreclosure of tax lien. De
murrer sustnined-.plaintifrigivon thirty
days to filo nmondod petition.
Eliznboth Skaggs vs Russell Skaggs;
divorce Leave granted defendant to
answer instanter. Court finds facts
stated in potition true. Decree of
Douglas J. Myers vsGeo. L. Gulli
ford et el; injunction. Plaintiff dis
misses case as to R. T. Potter nnd B.
In tho matter of tho estato of Stur
geon Kerslrner deceased; license to sell
real estate. Loavo to file bond nunc
pro tune as prayed for.
Clifford J. Popo vs State Bank of
Bluo Hill; suit on noto. Continued for
CONTINUED ON I'AOK FIVB.
Boils and Pimples
AN UNFAILING SIGN THAT
NATURE IS APPEALING
When Naturo is overtaxed, she hu
her own way of giving notice that assist
ance is needed. She does not ask for
help until it is Impossible to get along without
it Boils and pimples are an indication that
the system is accumulating immiritiea which
PAD HFI P muflt k 8tten rid of i thoy are an urgent appeal for awistanoo
run nULIi a warning that can not safely be ignored.
to no?ieot to purity trie blood nt this
time means more than tho annoyance of painful boils nnd
unsightly pimples. If these impurities are allowed to
remain, tho system suooumbs to any ordinary illness, and is
unable to withstand the many ailments whioh are so
prevalent during spring and summer.
Mrs. L. Gentile, 2004 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.,
says: "I waa afflicted for a long time with pimples, whioh
were very annoying, as they disfigured my face fearfully.
After using many other remedies in vain. 8 S. S. tiromntlv
and thoroughly cleansed my blood, and now I rejoice in
a good complexion, which I never had before,"
uapt. w. it. Dun lap, or the A. O. 8.
R. It. Chnttanooira. Tenn.. writes:
" Several boils and carbuncles broke out upon me, cauainjr
great pain nnd nnnoyance. My blood teemed to be in
a riotous condition, nnd nothing I took seemed to do
uny good. Six bottles of S S. S. cured me completely
and my blood has been porfectly pure ever since.
S. 8. 8. FOR THE BLOOD
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