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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1900)
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Sometimes you save money by keeping it and
sometimes you save money by spending it. There
are a great many instances in our store where you
can save money by buying.
On Our Center Counter
you will find a great many articles not placed there
on account of their being out of date, but to make
room for new goods and give you something at a
1500 yards Calico, 10 yards for 32c.
1000 yards Percales, regular Sc values, at 6c.
i.oooyards Lotus Lawns, regular 6c values at 4c.
Several Hundred pairs, not a cheap lot, but
taken from our shelves and placed in the center of
the store in order to moke room for a 50 dozen
pair shipment of Wolf Bros., medium priced shoes.
In this lot you will find nearly all sizes in children's
Misses', Ladies and Men's shoes, price iocto$i.75.
Our furniture room already has some vacant
places in it and we must have more in order to
place new goods.
$:20 Hed Kooni Suim nt $15 00.
$15.00 Sidoboaid nt ?11.."0.
$:53.00 Sideboards nt ?2tt SO.
Kteusion Talites 5 o0 to 2.100
kitchen chairs iiw.
MADE - TO - FIT - YOUR - ROOM.
I letups, lOo to iJ.'u'
(ii'niiito, -"i1 1" :15V
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- MINER BROS.,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Low Force-Feed Elevator. Eccentric Binder Wheel.
An Entirely New Departure.
RADICALLY DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHER BINDERS.
IF YOU SEE IT VOU WILL BUY NO OTHER.
MOST PERFECT MOWER MADE,
v LIGHT DRAFT.
The Pitman has no other motion except straight forward and
straight back. It never breaks and never wears out.
The only Mower where lost motion can be taken
up both In boxes and gearing. Turning
a set-screw does it.
SAMPLES NOW TO BE SEEN AT
, W. B. ROSY, Agent.
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District Court Proceedings
The following is n list of tho oases
disponed of by tlii; district court which
convened in this city last Monday:
Statu of Nebraska vs Michael Herry,
burglary. On tlivs'JtSth tiny of Juno,
1W0, this enso canio on to bo liuanl, on
motion of county sttornoy asking for a
ilufault of tho I'ecogni.anco liclutoforo
given in this case, and it being niado
to appear to tho court that tho defend
ant is now confined in the jail of Adams
county, charged with 11 criminal of
fence, ntul has been ami is unable to
give bonds in said county for his ap
pearance at his preliminary bearing.
which is set for Friday, Juno 20, 1000.
tt is ordered by tho court that a hear
ing on tho motion for default bu con
tinued, and should said defendant bo
set at Inrgo that tho clerk of this com t
issue to tho sheritT of said county a
warrant authorizing said sheriff to
proceed and take said defendant and
bring him beforo the county judge of
Webster county, who shall have au
thority totako a nowlrecognizancc, in
default of which defendant shall bo
committed to jail.
State of Xubsuskii vs John A. Poyer;
shooting with intent to kill; defendant
appeared and olVered bnd in sum of
8.1,000 for appearance on lir)t day of
next term of court wliii'h was approved
by tho court.
H. D. Bedford vs Ked Cloud Power
Co., petition, continued for term.
Mutual Henelit I.ifo Insurance (.
vs Clias. Urecht et al, foreelosuio of
mortgage, dropped from docket.
Gorman Insurance Co. vs Charles
Schatl'nittet al, for confirmation; sale
continued and deed ordered.
Nebraska Loan & Trust Co. vs A. C.
Jackion, petition; sale conllrmed and
Nebraska Loan A: Truit Co. Mar
gin ot K. McCall et al, for continuation,
sale continued and deed oidered. Do
fondant excepts foity days to tile bill
of exception-; supersedeas bond tixed
Nebraska Loan A: Trust Co. vs John
Mcllnluut al, for continuation; hcatirig
m uliji'ctiiPii to conl'ii tuition continued.
John 15 llilliis v. lli'o, O YiMser, nt
al. fon'clooiiii', cto-s petition f Caio-
lino Collins dismissed; continued' by
agreement in open court.
City of Ked Cloud, iNobraska, vs F.
it M. Hank Co et al, petition in equity;
caso submitted to cotut 011 pleading
and evidence and is by tho court taken
under advisement. PlainittV to brief
caso in GO days; defendants to prepare
and serve brief in return within sixty
J- V. Moon vs Isadoro Freymark,
petition to open case; decree cancel
ling trust deed set nside and vacated
and cause continued for hearing.
Mustatino Mortgage Co. vs C. V.
McDonald ot al, petition on contract;
plaintiff given thirty days to lilo
J. S. White vs Webster county; on
appeal; demurrer sustained; leavo giv
en plaintiff to lilo amended petition in
Tootle Weakley Milline.ry Co. vs Al
fred lladell, suit on account; settled,
City of Ucil Cloud, Nubraska vs tho
Michigan Trust Company, executor of
estate of J. W. Moon, deceased; mo
tion to strike overruled, plaintiff ex
cepts deinuncr to answer overruled,
plaintiff given sixty days) to reply;
motion to mako more specific sustain
ed. Defendant except!-. Defendant
given thirty days to amend in accrd
auco with motion.
Joshua Weltzheimer vs Frank P.
Fisher etui; court linds that there is
due plaintiff on notes and moitgagu
$-.,IM.0O, lirst lien, with interest at 8
per cont Decii'o of fiueelosino and
order of sale. Defendant excepts.
(Jiven forty days to pieparo hi'l of ex
ception'. Di'i'M'o of foreclosure and
oid"r of Mile. SiiperM'di'as bond tixed
1 Francis Mi Hold v Albert A. Mi ll.ird
livoice; mi iii'cM'iitiitioii of is-ties and
cMileiici) court liiids tor plaiuntl, .tiid
piayer ot petition granted
lied Cloud Intel Mate Fall Aociii
liou vs Webster county, appeal, plain
tiff given leavo to reply iustautor.
Western Ltud Co, va Wm. H. Howe,
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Shirt Waist Sale.
We made a startling purchase of 50 dozen, 600,
new Shirt Waists at about 40c on the dollar.
Two-fifths manufacturers wholesale price.
This is the largest and handsomest line of Shirt Waists ever
shown in this city. The whole line will be
I Placed on Sale at Startling Priees I
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TO SELL QUICK.
Lot No. i, worth 6oc to 75c, sale price,
Lot No. 2, worth 75c to $1.00, sale price,
Lot No. 3, worth $1.00 to $1.25, sale price,
Lot No. .j, worth $1.25 to $1.50, sale price,
Lot No. 5, worth $1.75 to $2.50, sale price,
Do not fail to take advantage of this extraordi
nary sale. Come early and get a-selection
from this large stock.
20 per cent discount on Parasols, one-fifth off.
This is the time to secure a cheap parasol.
All Wash Goods at Hedueed Priees.
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foreclosure; settled and dismissed,
costs paid in full.
WesUrn Laud Co. vs John (.ilbertet
al; foreclosure; court linds dun plain
tiff on tax sale and certificate 9120.40,
which draws interest at 10 percent
and is a lirst lien on tho promises, and
attorneys fees $1201 allowed to be
tiiM-d as costs, to which defendant ex
cepts. Kvccption allowed and given
forty days to prepare billofocpiions.
Decree of foreclosure and older of sale.
Clifford J. Pope vs State blink- of
Hluo Hill; suit on note; defendant giv
on 00 days to plead.
Miner Jlros vs 1) it M. K. H. Co ap
peal, motion to strike oven uled; de
fendant excepts; given thirty days to
Mabel Irwin vs Cornelius Irwin; di
vorce. On issues joined coin t finds for
plaintiff; prayer of petition granted on
payment of costs.
Moes Stern vs Louis Sclutniiiii et al;
forcclotiine. Defendant State Hank of
Hluc Hill given UO days to file amended
petition; case continued.
Douglas J, Myers vs Webster County
Agricultural Hoiioty. t al: for confir
mation. Sul confinm d anil deed
ordered; defendant ixcipts: given 10
days to prepare bill of exceptions; Mipcr
Mideas bond fixed at i-IOO.
John S lloovi t s Incorporated Village
of Hluo Hill; to quiet title. Diainlssed
as to Plaintill Hoover; judgment on
cross petition as prayed for therein.
Pettibone & Nixon vs Amos Gnat et
al; foreclosure. Court finds duo plain
tiff on tax certificates and receipts
$0(l.:iO, interest at ten per cent, attomoy
fees sfO.Oil; first Hon; decree of foreclos
ure and order of sale.
Pettiltone A: Nixon vs Amos (itist et
al: foreclosure. Court finds duo plaintiff
on tax sales and ceitilicates $;i:i.;iS with
interest at ten per cent, attorney fees
!jCI.:W to be taxed as costs; first Hen; de
cree of foreclosure and ouler of sale.
Wallace W Wright vs Anton Conover
et al; foreclosure. Demurrer to appli
cation to correct record in this caso and
to amend the samu sustained; defendant
excepts and allowed 10 days to pieparo
bill of exceptions.
Maiy O Uichaids vs John Waller et
al; for coufiimatioti. Sale coufirimd
and deed order ed; sheriff directed to hold
money and deed until title is perfected.
In tho matter of tho estate ot barah C
Murphy, deceased. Sale confirmed and
Chailes H Mehagau vs A (lulusha;
suit on note. Defendant given :10 days
V Filc Vhiliigh W UulHford et a);
for contempt of court. Motion to strike
sustained as to year Ib'.IS.
Ueo L (liilliford vsD J Myers, appeal.
Plaintiff given .10 diN to file petition.
Millie .Miinu vs liiigeiie .Maun; ill
voice. Default of defendant taken; on
iK'llliiin and evideneit Hid cnuil llnilu
tacts stated in petition true; prayer ot
petition granted on payment of costs.
Harry McCoruul va Dourd of County
Coininissioners; injunctlo.i. Caso con
timicd by agreeineut in open court and
it is stipulated that Defendant Campbell
may travel road in question and same Is.
not to bo considered a violation on his
part of tho injunction heretofore issued.
Mattio Martin vs Ira O Martin; dl
voice. Motion to mako more specific
the petition filed, overruled; defendant
excepts; motion to confine timo to 5
years, overruled; defendant excepts; re
quest for jury denied; dofendaut excepts;,
defendnnt given HO days to answer,
Harriet I Haws vs John M Haws;
appeal. Settled and dismissed.
State of Nebraska vs James Troxell;
biiBtardy. Settled and dismissed.
Ralph P Hrower vs Peter and Gilmirn
Nelson; appeal. Motion for security for
costs and iudument. vnliumf iinauiirx.u
of premises in accordanco with judg-
iiii'iii, nuniiuiu'u; iieieuoaiii required to
give bonds or additional bonds, in 20
days from rising of court.
Hoyal 11 Mooro vh Christina Moore;
divorce. Default of defendant taken;
court finds facts stated in petition true;
prater of petition granted.
Charles (J Potouon vh Otto Skjulvoc
et al; petition to quiet title. Demurrer
overruled; plaintiff given 10 days to
reply; caso continued on motion of
Hluo Hill Cemetery association v
frank Husehow: injunction. Court,
finds for plaintiff: prayer of ntltioi
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