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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1900)
We hftve the highest regard for the
medical profession. Our preparations
re not sold for the purpose of antagon
izing thorn, but rather as an aid. Wo
lay It down as an established truth that
internal remedies are positively injuri
ous to expectant mothers. The distress
and discomforts experienced during the
months preceding childbirth can be al
leviated only by external treatment by
applying liniment that softens and re
laxes the over-strained muscles. We
make and sell such n liniment, com
bining the ingredients in a manner
hitherto unknown, and call it
We know That in thousands of cases
H baa proved mora than a blessing to
aspactaat mothers. It overcomes morn
& sickness. It relieves the sensa of
taeaa, Hea4acaee ceaee, aad daa.
or Cram 8wellea, Har anJ Risiag
Breasts ia aveided. Labor kseU to
tkarteaei Mi eaera of most af the palm.
We kaow that many doctors. recom
mend it, and we know that multitudes
f women go to the drug stores and buy
it because they are sure their physicians
tava bo abjections. We ask a trial
ast a fair test There is no possible
chance of injury being the result, be
cause Mather's Prlcnel is scientific
ally compounded. It is sold at $i a bot
tle, and should be used during most of
the period of gestation, although great
relief is eiperienced if used only a short
time before childbirth. Sond for our il
lustrated book about Mother's Friend.
THE 1RADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
Why You Should Insbt on Having
fflREKA HARNESS OIL
Incquulcd bv anv other.
rcmlors hard leather boft.
iceps out Hitler.
Heavy uouicu oil.
kn excellent preservative.
reduces cost 01 your Harness.
lever burns the leather : its
Efficiency is increased.
secures best service,
pitches kept from breaking.
Ib sold in all
Standard Oil Company.
r. d. bbdford,
Real - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent tor the Eqtitablf. Likk Assuit-
Dr. E, A. Creigiiton,
Honorary Graduate & Silver Medalist
Western University, Canada.
Calls Answkuku Day and Night.
OrrrcK Ovkii Cook's PiuiiMAcr,
J. S. EMIGH.
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crown Bridge Work or Teeth Without Plato
and all the Uteit ImproTement Ib dental meoh
OVERMAN t BLACKLEDQE
RTTORNBYS - KT - LHW
ONIce orcr Post Ottlct.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
THERE'S A HITCH
somowhero if yeu don't get Koutt quali
ty in your harness.
Don't bo cent wiso and dollar foolish
bs; cottlriK trashy stutT, but buy our
Leather harnow. That will Inst for
years and givo satlsfac-Moit, at n pries
that will snrprito you by it liulonets,
OUR HORSE COMFORTS
such as 11 y nets, ete., are well worth
your attention, and will surely provo a
J. O. Butler, THE flss
HOW TO STUDY ART!
We give In our illustrated catalogue,
FREE, valuable Information nud
advice to those contemplating the
study of Art. Send postal for cata
logue. IIALSKY C. IVES, Director.
JT. IMVI 90H09L OrrtME ARTS,
CURtS WHtRt AIL tUt lAllb, ,
t Oguiih Ojrup. tmicsuooo.
In time. Sold br druvsltts.
t -v - "flV sS.il
Citlzeni of Hastings Protest
, Against the Vile Slanders
Circulated on their Fal
) low Townsman.
Charles II. Dietrich Kndorsed by
Neighbors m Man of Splendid
Hastings, Neb., Oct. 30. The pooplo
of this city, Irrespective of politics, nro
Incensed and Indignant over the cruel
falsehoods put In circulation by scan
dal monger of the fusion party con
cerning the oharacter of Charles H.
Dietrich, Republican candidate for
governor, and for mora than 20 years
a beloved and highly esteemed cltl
en of this town. There is net a re
putabte'cltlsen here who doea not pro
nounce tae attacks as a. Dlatjiea
false and atoaatteae. Aa a neaaa af
allesMtaf the fMtrlel Ka of ramar aa
eiBoerag the vleloaa fatatflera whe
have been Imposing aaon public ceedn
llty with vile and shameful stories
about Mr. Dietrich, the following
statement, signed by cltlsena of Hast
ings, Is offered. Among those whose
names appear as signers are many of
the leading men and womon of Hast
ings, many of whom are prominent in
business and religious circles. Here
are Mr. Dietrich's neighbors who have
lived In the same town with him for
many years. Here Is what they say
of him over their own signatures:
Whereas. Reports bare been circulated
for-the purpose of Influencing vote against
oar fellow townsman. Hon. 0. II. Dietrich,
esndldatc for gorcrnor, charging blni with
being addicted to tbe uie of liquor, and also
saylug tbat bla imputation la that of a li
centious man, wc, the undersigned cUtzens
of Hastings Nebraska, dAIre to make tbe
Mr. Uititricli has. lived lu Hastings for 23
Tears. Wo are thoroughly acquainted with
hm and wc embrace tula opportunity to re-
bcl the vicious attucka ou hln character.
Ho la not a drinking man, in tbe ordinary
acceptation of tbe term. Ho Is not a fre
ouenteriof saloons, and bis reputation la
NOT tbat of n llcentlouf man.
Mr. Dietrich le a man of large business In
terests. He has been a potent factor, moral
ly and financially, In the upbuilding of our
city. Aa a business man his reputation la
good, and we believe tbat it elected to the
nigh ollce of governor, be would bring tb
the discbarge of its duties such thorough
business methods, cspaclty for unlimited
work, and devotion to Its duties, aa wouRl
give to tbe people a wise, safe, prudent,
economical administration. As cltlsena. of
bis town, wc commend him to tbe people of
ItliV. IIENUY SIliKMAN, Lutheran Mints
RKV. C. A. FIUTZB. Lutheran minister.
HBV. C. WILLIAM WnnUCnMIDT, Luth
RKV. A. W1CHMANN, German Evangvl-
RKV. J. 11. Wit IUIIT, German Evangelical.
Iti:V. A. C. HTAltK, I'resbyteelan Min
ister. REV. WILLIAM McDONALD, Catholic, St.
RKV. A. UUAUCULK, 1'rosldlng Elder.
(ierman Evangelical Church.
Mrs. W. H. Dillon
Sirs. M. 8. W Miles
Mrs. H. H. Cherry
Mrs. c. F. Moray
Mrs. L. U. Terrlll
Mrs. A, Nelson
Mrs. A. C. Mclntyre
Miss Flora Fisher
Mrs. Fred I'l-nae
Miss Addle Renfrew
Mrs. Mercy Renfrew
airs. w. j. i-oiuie:
Miss Harriet Kysfe
Mrs. I'crcy Kcnner
Mrs. Dr. Van Sickle
Miss Carrie Itvufrew
Mrs. M. C.Colvin
Mrs. J. A. Towuscnd Mrs. Katie
Mrs. win. urn Hi Dutton
Mrs. V. C. Follett Mrs. A. F. Roston
L. Gertrude Torutn Mrs. N.U. Ad&uiB
Mrs. F. H. Duucby Mrs. W. I. MeCreary
Mrs. W. M. Lowinan Mrs. L. A. Ed
Mrs. John Sinker wards, M. D.
Catherine Slater Mrs. Allen Hrown
Mrs. A. C. Hollow Mrs. H. N. Yocuui
Mrs. T. J. Lhwhou Mrs. L. V. U.Holloway
Mrs. T. II. Erkbnrt Mrs. D. M. I'urmentor
Oi'orgta C. Fowler Mre. F. H.'AhIi
IMss Amy Ash Mrs. Fred Renncr
Mrs.M.L. JorKensou Mrs. W. E. Ht. John
Mrs. Dlz Hynii Mrs John M. Ferguson
Mrs. Oeo 8. Hays Edna O. Cramor
Mrs. A. H. Cramer Mre. Jacob Rernhard
Mrs. L. J. Caiips Mrs. F. J. Benedict
Mrs. W. K. lluchRiisu Mrs. E. E. Ludd
Mra. J. H. Btilcer Mrs. C. E. I'ratt
Mrs. E. N. Ilumen Mrs. C. J. Miles
Mrs. J. M. Hcwell Mrs. II. W. Scott
Mrs. ChiiR. Camerou Mrs. F. Hchaufel
Mra. F.W.Drummond bergcr
Mrs. J. J. Buchanan Mrs. J. J. Ilelnap
! rejKuuuu urn. t. u. omiiu
urs, w. ;. .inn
Mrs. W. J. Miles
Mrs.Vf. E. Andrews
The following are a few of tbe many cit
izens, business and profeMloaal men who
have signed the above statement:
Oswald Oliver Mark Levy
F. A. McElhaney
F. J. Benedict
J. A. Campbell
H. C. Kerr
K. 8. Fowler
C. B. Illgelow
C. O. Hlater
3. M. Eaves ft Son
E. M. Marqula
11. A. lllenklron
John II. Flynn
F. A. McDonald
C. K. Lawson
Ueo M. Kimball
Oen. A. V. Cole
C. A. Tlndall
W. II. Ferguson
E. C. Webster
A, II. Cramer
II. 8. Drown
II. W. Main
1st I. lent
Clarenco J. Miles
3, It, Castia
L. J. 1'nppn
J. II. Fleming
John M. Illncr
John M. llngan
H. ('. Hlccox
J. It. llurnett
r. A. McDonald
A. l'erUlns, M. D. Jnlin Blaker
Al. II. Cutter
(i. !:. Wilson
A. W. ltlclmrdson
K. 1. Hnynes
J. D. Sinter
J. R. Blms
Oeo. II. I.aMonts
T. L. Johnson
C. I. Webster
J. R. McLaughlin
It. A. ltnniKiiy
C. W. .Stal'ey
C. 11. Wnntcr
C. W. Wilson. Jr.
L. J, I.oob
C. N. Arts
P. C. Hcacox
l'ercy E. Oould
W, F, Uuchanan
E. E. Marquis
. u. Alines
in M. Uord
j. u. r. si ii ken
tollng Silas Clark
W. B. Bt. Johu
E. J. Tease
llanna Nails a Falsehood.
Chairman Himua of the Republican
national committee pinions another fu
sion campaign falsehood lu the follow
ing dispatch to the press bureau of the
lupubllcan state central committee:
Y Chicago, Oot. 20, 1000. My af o
t lnfint trablishnd in ilnmnnraf In n,.w- 9
X papers of Nebraska that I had dur- o
6 ing my recent visit to that state ox-
pressed a preference for the eleo- 9
4 tlon of United States senators iu o
0 Nebraska. This statement is ut-
terly false and without the slight- ?
1 est foundation. My only desire is o
ct for tho success of the whole repub-
J llcan ticket in Nebraska.
s M. A. Hanna. o
o Chairman Ropublicau National
Weather windy, and cold wavo the
80th of Octobor.
Tho rally at Guido Rock was largely
attended from Line this week,
Horn, to Mr. and Mri. Jos. Saladon,
a boy. Thoy call him Toldy Roose
velt, after our next vico president,
Kov. Uradford of Smith Center will
preach at Alt. llopu Sunday, Nov. 11th,
at 7:80 p.m. A cordial invitatien Is
Riven to all.
Sonio talk of organizing an Epworth
League at Penny creek, Dist. No. 8, in
tho nour future.
Kov. Sims of Oak, Nebraska, was
sent by tho U. 11, conference to preach
at Penny creek, Walnut oreok and
Mock ereek this year.
Ilov. Malon Points was tho guest of
Frank Van Dyke this week.
Mrs. Rocher is on tho sick list this
Miss Malvina U. VanDyke is visiting
friends at Danbury, this state, this
Rev. U. U. Haskias lost a valuable
horse this week by getting kicked by
Mrs. Reeves of Guide Rock and Jno.
Hasselbacker of Garfield were on a
business trip to Line lost week.
Rev. II. 11. Haskins has leased his in
terest in bis farm to Mrs. Lutz of Rod
Cloud for a team of horses and is go
ing to move overland to Idaho in tho
Tho Van Dvko brothers are hauling
hay to Rod Oloud for Len Wilmot this
Will Aubusbon and wifo wcro the
guests of Rev. Con. Hewitt on Walnut
crook last week and report n good
Allen Carpenter says that llryna is
tho right man but ho Is afraid that ho
will not be elected.
Horn to Ed. Mountford und wifo, a
Charles Isom has moved his family
to Red Cloud for the winter.
Tho republican rally last Monday
was a grand success. Mrs. Lease de
livered nn eloquent address. Tho pa
rade, music, torch lights and fireworks
Married, October 27, Mr. N. J. Fuel
and Miss Martha. Gust.
Married, October 81st, Mr. George
Watt and Miss Delia Smith.
Rom, October 27, to Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Jones, a son.
L. M. Vaughn lias purchased the
Chas. Fish lot in tho northwest part of
town nnd will build a residence soon.
Mr Gray has moved into James Tay
lor's .house Mr. Taylor has located
R. II. Thompson was in town with
some mules to sell Thursday.
1). O. I.uith tho horso buyer is hoio
again. Ho has bought a largo number
of horsos and mulc hero this season.
The republican mooting for Satur
day has boon called off in order to send
a delegation to Riverton.
J. W. Uurkholder and wifo recently
from Reno county, Kansas, were in
Well, after Nov. 0, Mr. Shalleaborgcr
may go back to his bank at Alma and
resuuio his business of collecting his
'steen per cent from tho farmers. Tho
Fifth district will worry along sonio
way or other without his services.
The only valid argument thus far ad
vanced against expansion is that the
admission of Hawaii gave tho demo
crate tho ano voto necessary to put 10
to 1 in their national platform.
If Bryan is eleeted the country will
have a lightning chango of tho worst
character. Wo will havo a good taste
of his policy long beforo his inaugura
tion, nnd n bitter ono it will bo.
In tin editorial article on Soptcmbor
21, 1801, tho Ciucinnatti Enquirer an
nounced: "Lincoln has destroyed tho
union nnd subverted our republican
form of government."
Control of tho housu of representa
tives is very important for tho success
of ropublicau policies during tho next1
two years, lie sure and voto for a, re
Tho Lincoln candidato can now com
mence to Eharpen his poncil and get
ready to write "The Second Rattle, or
How It Happened."
In the District Court or tho Tenth Judicial
District in and for Webster counly. Nebraska.
mine matter oi ins estate or saran u. Mur
kls caase eome'on for hearing on the resort
of Douglas J. Myers, guardlau of lna Vrauclico
and Clarence Myers, minor heirs of Sarah C.
Murpky, deceased of the sale of the undivided
two sevenths Interest In and to the following
described tract Of laud, t wit:
UeKlunlng at a point 4M 33-100 feet Watt of
the North East corner of the South West quar
ter of Section Twe (t.) Town One (I.) Hange
Eleven (II.) West of the 6th P. M. In Webster
county. Nebraska, thence running West 03 27 IU0
feet, the n co South 4M us 100 feet, theneo Kast
Kl 27 HO feet; tnenco North 450 35 100 feet to the
piaco or beginning, containing ono Here more
or less. In S. V. ji 8ec. 2. Twi. 1. llance II,
West till V. M. In Webster Coimtv. Nebr.. Iti mi
cordance with the llcenso of this court thereto
made on mo via day of Msrch. A. U, 1000.
Now therefore it Is ordered that all persona In
terestcd In said estate appear beforo roe at lied
Cloud, Nebraska, ou the lltli day of December,
IIM), to show cnuto It any there be why said
I Dated this 2Ath day of Oct, 1900.
. ., aaKd. L. Adams, Judge.
Ciukit & Issues, Attorneys.
C FOR STATE SENATOR
I. B. HA3MCP'rOJ!hI, - 5
Of Guise Rock, Nebruka.
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i i i i mm i i i ' i i ii m ii ii tir-yr
' 7 V. vjaaMjayosjysoarl-UcCggsnpcj-:
Una. I. B. II ampten, republloim can
didato for state senatwr from tho
Twonty-slxtsi district, Is n man whose
candidacy appeals strongly to tho far
mer, the old sottlsr and the old sal
uMor. He wna born in Llviugvton
county, N. Y , in 1841, and at nn eurly
age moved with his paronts to Miohi
gon, where he assisted in oloariug up
a farm, a matter that was no smtill
undertaking iu that heavily timbered
country. Here he spent his youth
with no opportunity for acquiring an
education except such as was af
fordod by Iths common schools of that
day. In July, 1801, he enlisted on. tho
Urst cull for three-year men, nnd was
disohurged in April, 18G4, ou uccount
of disability from gunshot wounds In
1870 Mr. Hampton decided to again
try pioneer life in n new country, nnd
coming to Nebraska, settled iu Web
stor county, homesteudiHg tho hind ou
which he now lives. At that time
there wus not a surveyed road or n fur
jow plowed in Webster county, and ho
Kidney disease is the piii'iny we have
most to fear as a result of the feveri-2
restlessness of our much vaunted ttiott
era civlliz itiou. It Is a iretcherotis
enemy, working cut its deadly t-ft'ect
under cover of the must Hilling symp
toms, The I'm si indication of changes
in the mine, frequent headache, di
Kesiive tiotibleH, should be the sigmi'
for prompt remedial measures. Piick
ly Ash Hitters is a kidney remedy of
superlntivo murit; it is soothing, heal
iug and strengthening, quickly iclievcs
the aching and soreness that always ap
pears in tho advanced stages, checks
the progress of the disease nnd through
its excellent cleansing nnd regulating
elfect in the stomach liver and bowels
It brings back tho strength nud ruddy
glow of vigorous health. Sold by C. L.
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 da vs.
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon. Ind. sags: "My
wife had Inflammatory rheumattmn in every
musclo and Joint; tier tiuITorliig was terrible anil
ber body and face wcro nwoolen almost beyond
recognition ; bad been lu bed for six weeks and
had clKbt physicians, but received no benellt
until she tried the Mvttlo Cure for.Itheuinatlsm.
It gave Immediate relief and sho was able to
walkabout In three days, I am suro It saved
her life." Sold br II.
K. Orleo, Druggist, lted
Is yournamo written there? Where?
On our subscription books for tho last
vear in tho 10th century. It shtutld be
4 DON'T FEEL RIGHT... f
jB Do you wake up in the morning tired and unre- Vix
S f freshed? Do you perform your daily duties lF
srNC3 linmiirlli'i) Vr iimi mice f Via cnon iritsi rA ..asaa.
PRICKLY ASH I
Yor trouble arises In a clogged and torpid condition of the ttver J
and bowels which, If allowed to continue, will develop mala- Bi
rial fevers, kidney disorders or somo other troublesome Bsr
disease. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS drives out all
poisonous impurities, strengthens tho vital bv
organs, promotes functional activity, jEsv
good dlgc&tiou, and vigor and Kr
energy of body and brain. y
SOLD AT ALL DRUB STORES.
had an opportunity to again eudivr
thelmrdshipsausl privations of a pie
neer life to the fullest extent. Mr.
Hampton was president of the first
vitiligo board of Red Cloud, has been
elected nnd served us eounty commis
sioner and supervisor three different
forms He also sorved as representa
tive in tho Nebraska legislature, twen
ty first session, where his record shows
throe bills two of which became aud
now are laws, and the other was made
a law at the following session, all of
which shows his attention to work and
tho interests of his constituency. In
fact, Mr. Hampton's record has never
been excelled in usefulness by any
representative from this couuty or
section, and his, everyday life and ao
tlon as a farmer, a neighbor, a business
man and citizen recommend him to
every citizen of the Twenty-sixth sen
atorial district and the voters will
make no mistake in giving him their
I united support at the polls on Nov
I ember G. His interests are your inter
ests, and your interests aro his.
Thoio is mt re catarrh in this section
of the country than nil other diseases
put together, aud until the last few
Vear.s was supposed to bo incurable,
for a meat many years doctors pro
nounced it as a local disease, nnd pre
scribed local remedies, nud by con
stantly failing to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced it incurable. Sci
ence has proven catarrh to be a consti
tutional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional remedies. Hall's Cat
nrrh cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney it Co , Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It
is taken internally in doses from ten
drops to a teaspoenful. It acts direct
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. They olfer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Sond for circulars aud testimonials.
F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 70c.
Hall's tamily IMls are the best.
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and neuralgia
readily cures In fiom one to three days. Its ac
tion upon tho system Is rcmarkablo and mys
terious. It removes at once the rauso and tho
fiunkn IminoillAtftlvillKAiiDPnrs. Tho Smtilone
I greatly bcncllls. 75 cents. Sold by 11. E. tirlce.
feed Cloud, Neb.
energy thai was once yours? If this describes Bk
your condition you are in urgent need of F
PRICE, $1,00 PER SOTTLE.
I Racket Store.
Jjj DAMERELL BLOCK.
5 It will mike your heart glad to C
,j seo our ad vaneo oi dor of
Como in and see if it don't.
$ E. E. MoBride, I
i 112!? fzl?.0" asweiea. tbs oejwttda to
m vww, smu at spaa op
Wo can surnish you brick in
any quantity at the lowest pos
sible rato. Brick on snlo at
either of the lumber yawls.
Get Our Prices Before You
Red Cloud, Neb.
sl CHICHCJTK1, ENGLISH
V.41 lUklU for (IHKllIKSTKIt'U lv uu
HS'VMPevlii KKD n1 U.ld mtuui. to... m!M
SlS S" "t ribbon. Take tbcr. KtTmtm
m tlaaa. Bu; .1 J.or Dmjcl.i. M Mil 4c. la
1 Jf '.u?t':. i JrH"!,r Teattiaaalala
r all DrassUw cklahtatar Ohaailaal OL
B. tc M BY
ItBD CLOUD NEBR.'
S'l. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL1 LAKE CT
and all points
TnAIHS LKAYB AS FOLLOWS!
Mo, 13. Passenger dally for Obcrlln
and 8t. Frauds branches, Ox
ford, McCook, Denver and all
points wet.. ............ 8:2s a.m.
Mo, 14. Passenger daily for St. Joe,
Kansss City, Atchison. St.
Louis. Lincoln via Wymorc
and all points east and south 0:C5 s.m
No. 17. Passenger, dally. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
No. 18. Passenger, dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchison, St.
Louis and all points cast and
south . I0:2a.m.
No, 144. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday. Hastings, Grand Is.
land. IllHck Hills and all
points In tho northwest 1:00 p.m.
No. IU. Accommodation, dRily except
Sunday, Olicrlin, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, via Uo
publican . .12:sop.m.
No. 64. Freight, dally, W)moro and
St. Jao and Intermediate
junction points 13:45 p.m.
No. M. Freight, clnlly for HcpubllcaD
Orlefttio, Oxford and all points
wc.t . 10:40a.m.
No. 6G. Freight, dally oxcept Sunday
'rWrm(fettlllnn point east 6.45a.m.
No. 173. Freight dally m Oxford and
, Intermediate points .l:30p.m
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars.
(seats free) mi through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any paint In the United
States ar Canada.
For lnfOMjiatlon. time tables, maps or tickets
call inor address A. ConoTer, Agent, Red
i,iiuu, ntur. ur j. rrancrs, General rasMnkger
Agent Oosaha, Nekrasks. g
usib atai bass
(SasaaM and kuutinat Us halt
xfarar ruin to aitstor
Ci."-". ,".-- . ..wwm.
Hale toll Vontbful ColiU
Can scalp draMt k hair Itmiit.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska, I
Webster County, f
In the County Cwirt of Wekster county.
In the matter of tho estate of OeorgoV. Hals
Notice Is hereby rItoii to all persons havlnc
claims and demands against George W. Italston
late of Webster county, deceased, that the time
for filing claims agRtnit said estate Is sir
mouths from the 2nd day of November, low.
All such persons aro requested to present their
claims with tho vouchers to tho County Judge
f '' county, at his orflco therein, on or be-
claims s llled wilt ho heard beforo the said
udgo on tho 3rd May of May, lOul, at Q
p'clockara.. and that bald administrator Isal
!""cd "9 J1'.' 'f 'ho 20'h day of September.
1000, In which to pay tho debts and charges af
lowed against saU! estate aud settle tho same.
jAiisi Durrr, Couuty Judge.
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