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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1901)
I If a Woman J!
wants to put out a (Ire she doesn't o
heap on oil and wood. She throws J'
on water.knowinc that water quenches Sj
(Ire. When a woman wants to gel o
well from diseases peculiar to her sex, JJ
ahe should not add fuel to the fire ;
already burning her life away. She J
should not take worthless drugs And
DOllons composed ui iiamiiui narcot- 11
lea and opiates. They do not check o
the disease they do not cure It they J,
simpiy aau iuoi 10 mo nrc. dy
uraatlelds female O
f?crlllatrtF cVimtM lift O
taken by every woman
or girl who has the
slightest suspicion of J
nnt. tt lh all. -F
ment which af
They will 'Imply
bo wimlliiK tlmo
until thrytnke It.
The KeKiilntor In
Strang t li fill n
tonic, whlih get
ut the root of the
dlseasa and cures
thecauie. It doe not drug
the pain, It eradicate! it.
It stop falling of the womb,
nd periodical suffering, Ir
regular, acanty or painful
menstruation; and by doing
all this drive away the
hundred and one ache and
pain which drain health
and beauty, happlnen ana
good temper from many a
woman' fife. It I the one
remedy above all other
which every woman ihould
know about and me.
1.00 per Itnttln
ni any uruic more.
Agent tor the Eqtitablk Lifk Assuii
Dr. E. A. Creigiiton,
Honorary Urndunte & Silver Mcdnllst
Western University, Cnuniin.
Calls Anhweuki) Day and Nioiit.
Orrrca Oven Cook' riuiuiAcr.
J. S. EMI&H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
GroiD Bridge Work or Teeth Without Plate?.
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Office over Poit Office .
THERE'S A HITCH
somewhere if you don't get good quali
ty in your harness.
Don't be cent wiso nr.d dollar foolish
by Rotting trnshy stuff, but buy our
Leather hrtrncHs. Thru will last for
years nnd giro imtlsfnctlon, nt n price
that will surprise you by its littlenoss.
OUR HORSE COMFORTS
such oh fly nets, etc., nro well worth
your attention, und will surely prove n
J. O. Butler, THE tlftR?ESS
HOW TO STUDY ART!
We give In our illustrated catalogue,
JFRCEi valuable information nnd
advice to those contemplating the
study of Art. Send postal for cata
logue. IIALSEY C. IVKS, Director.
ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS,
St, Loulm, Mo.
Rl tnlima. Bold br drupij1t. JH
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A BROADWAY INCIDENT.
Pavaier-rir (Uvea Ttvlrc to n laTTr
mnrt th HrKunr Uutin'l
Stop III in.
One of two men who were walking;
on llronihvny talking win nttructt-d
liy tliu njinenrntiec of a onc-lctfKed heg
1,'nr who snt, it crutch bcfclilo hltn, on
tht! edge of some step In front of rt
store, holding out his hut to this passers-by.
So he reuched In his pocket,
pulled out n iiunibcr of cnlnii imil took
from ntnoiip thrm one which he
dropped in the briar's lint. The onc
letfijeil rutin Inclined his head, not serv
llcly nor humbly, but with n calm mid
decorous sort of politeness In neknowl
cdKinent of his gift, says the New York
An for the irlvcr. he seemed to take
no heed whatever of Hint iioknowledjr-
meiitj he simply kept on tnlklng with
IiIh friend: nl the time. hoeer. con
tinuing to pick over the money that he
held In tils luind, unit In u moment he
dropped nnothereoln In the onc-leKed
Maybe ho thought the first coin wn
not enough to give; perhaps he Rave
Mao for his friend; possibly ha had
truck It rich and felt flush and gener-ou-
nnil wanted to give; he might hava
been absent-minded; but anyhow he
ffnve twice. And as for the onc-Iegijed
man he. no to spruk. wu not carried off
hi foot by the Incident at nil: he Rat
perfectly sternly. As the second coin
dropped In his hat he Inclined hi head
Rrately, with nn acknowledgment a
little more pronounced In manner than
the first, but with no obsequiousness
or foollhh Rhow of thanks. TIiIr was
ltrojiduiiy, it wns a business man who
!i irhln'g liliu this mone., and he was
milking n business acknowledgment.
Anil maybe he thought that, If he did
not disturb, by too much profuiicness
of thanks, what might be a nort of In
voluntary or nutniiintlc action on the
part of the giver who wns thuR repeat
ing perhaps he would keep on giving.
TAKING THE TIME AT NOON.
All BhIimi of the Wcrttri VatUm
Oonpa.njr HIoimi for Tree
Just before 12 o'clock each day all
business must be taken off the wlreji
controlled by the Western Union com
pany, and that nirans the nbsolute
ccsHution of business along the main
Hues of electric communication in the
principal cities of Amcricn, any l'ear
son'a Mngazine. Three minutes before
noon wire chiefs in each of the prin
cipal cities and the towns and cities
lending to nnil from their lurff hIs
ter cense sending or receiving mes
Miges, no matter how importnnt they
H-itiuy be, anil devote themselves to
b Itching on wires in Mich n way as
to mnkc an unbroken circuit of com
munication from Washington around
the uttermost boundaries of the
I'nlted Stnte.1. Thin is cnlled an "un
broken uatlounl circuit." Thus a
smooth truck la made along vvlilch the
electric messnge inny tlnhh encom
passing the union and announcing the
time of day. Ten seconds before the
time bell strikes comes n not her si
lence, and then n mighty throb, n
titanic heartbeat from the foremost
factor in modern commerce, ami nn
electric current puKutes from the At
lantic to the Pacific, from Gotham to
the golden gate, nuiiouncliig the fact
that the miii Iiiik pahked over 'the
seventy-fifth meridian and it is noon
OUR VAST MINERAL RICHES.
Nearl? Thoasand Million la Valaa
Take from the) Earth
A chart publlUied by the geological
Riirvey pives a summary of the min
eral products of the United States for
the past ten years. The aggregate
values have increased by more than
one-hnlf in that period and the fig
ures for 1600 nro greater than in any
previous year, footing up tho enor
mous total of $97o,OOOrOOO.
-The value of the metallic products
of the year is given nt $527,21.084 nnd
of the nonmetallic at $447.7iH),S02. The
lntter clnss includes, of course, the
coals -$UW,'x,WH in bituminous and
Jss.coo.vioo in Pennsylvania anthracite
-ji.i.noo.iHX) in petroleum, 20,ch,ooo
worth of natural gas and largu value
iu stone, brick cla,v and cement, with
vaiious other mineral1)
Of the met als our pip; iron is worth
a most as much as all others together,
tin' value of last .v car's product Ix'ing
given nt $; I5.tnri Copper comes
nct. worth $h)liOii,i)io, nnd the $71.-im-'isM)
in gold is third The market
value of the silver produced in lh'JO
was about $.i:i.c.(i).oo and thu lend and
zinc together were worth about as
much. Quicksilver, aluminum, anti
mony, nickel and plautinum are the
other metals that tigure in the tnbls.
Mneele nnd llratn.
In one of his recent lectures at
Clark University, Prof. Angelo Mosso,
of Turin, averred that "Physical edu
cation and gymnastics servo not only
for the development of the muscles,
but for that of the brain as well."
It Is becoming evident, he said, that
as much time should be devoted to
muscular exercise as to intellectual
excrche, and children should begin
reading ifnd writing only ufter they
are nine yenru old. Muscular fatigue
exhibits phuiomcnn identical with
intellectual fatigue. Nerve ivlU show
mi the average i ur, tin steuniU.i U'liu
ency to rest. It is probable that only
part of the brain Is active nt a time;
the various parts relieve each other.
The more mobile rin.v animal's extrem
ities are the more intelligent, other
things being equal, he says.
An Aflcnu'a Iilen ut Snutr.
An African who had visited England
described snow as "rain gone to
KcmAKKADLE COLLIE DOG.
a Hesult nf Trnlnlnn' Ita Owner
Any It Tnu llnrk Ik nlfTrr
An lvlffewriter man who recently
n'.nrrlcd and haa taken to stnylii
home of nights him xpent moRt of
Ills evening hours in training n jiet
collie dog. Ah part of the aiiitiinl'a
dlhcovcrctl virtues the owner clalmn,
sa.vs the Chicago Chronicle, he has
different lated lt barks and hns there
by demonstratei that the lcnat has
at IciikI u rudimentary language. He
uvcra that thu pct'a vocal cITortH tell
hIx different tnlea with indubitable
"Hark N'o. 1," said the owner re
cently, "Is of welcome to me when
I come home. He can recognize my
walk n block away, which is more
I linn my wife can do, for when I
entered the house exceptionally early
ti few ila,K ago she rushed Into the
hallway with an upraised broom to
wield ujwii the Huposcd book agent.
"Tha collie's necond howl Is of la
ment when the family leave the
house without taking him. There la
so much sorrow in hi tones nt such
times that we invariably weep when
we are forced to leave him behind.
"Then he ha n, yelp of welcome
for my mother-in-law, so that I am
always warned of her coming, and
may lay my plana accordingly. An
other kind of bark tells me my fa
ther is nt tho door. Mis fifth style of
vocal effort is to demand that he 1h
let out for a romp In the yard, while
hia supreme demonstration is to tell
us that it is meal time nnd he Ir
hungry- After eating he will ait on
his haunches nnd puff at a Missouri
meerschaum. He's a cute dog, and
before I've In-cn married a year I
bet he will be able to bark the
alphabet nnd ohew tobacco."
COOK BOORS ARE USELESS.
Heatpae Ave Not Reliable Whea Cook-
laa- Is Do at Oreat
As attempts nr -being made to
found n domestic science and to in
troduce exactitude into the opera
tions of the kitchen a note in the
Monthly Wenther Review recording
the actual experience of a housekeep
er at Albuquerque, N. M Is of Inter
est. It appears that cooking recipes
and practices which are trustworthy
not fnr from sea level are worth'ess
at Albuquerque, the altitude of which
is 4,933 feet. Water boils there at 'S'i
degrees Fahrenheit, instead of 212 de
grcea Fahrenheit; hence articles of
food the cooking of which depends
upon hent applied through tho medi
um of wnter require a longer time for
cooking than 1b given in the cookery
On account of the extreme dryness
of the atmosphere, farinaceous food,
Mich as beans, corn, etc., lose so much
of their moisture that they hnve to
he left for n long time in wnter be
fore cooking in order to lie softeind,
but the worst ilillicult.v is with cake
making. Ordinary rcclpis as to nim
bi r of egt's and amount of Imk'ng
nowder break down altogether ii'id
lioiisekccpi i have to inuillfv tiiciu if
thev wish their operations to be mic
ceshful. A the barometric prc-Mirc
determines to what extent the disen
gaged carlKiu dioxide shall expand
and neratc the dough this may c
pluin live different action of baking
soda nnd egg batter. In any ease,
the observation is interesting nnd
chemists may find it worthy of their
SANDWICH WAS A DEAR ONE.
The Hallway Katlnifllou Morael
Cost a Kansas Cltr Man
In the matter of expense this in
probably the record sandwich. It
was paid for by Edwin 11. Kimball, n
wealthy business man of nnnnas City,
recently, says a Chicago pnpr.
Mr. Kimball was In Leavenworth,
bound for Omnhn, nnd it was impera
tive that he should reach his deNtina
Hon in the morning. When hia train
pulled into the .station nt Leaven
worth he wns hungry and he hnRteued
Into n lunchroom for a sandwich be
fore the train pulled out again, lie
was still cntiug when the train roiled
out of the depot. y the time he
reached the platform the colored
lights on the rear conch Feemed to
wink at him from n d 1st a nee nv if in
mocker.v of his dhcomfiturc. IIU imJy
way out of the ditllculty was to tele
graph ahead to a friend on the train
to make n deposit with the conductor
sufficient to cover the expense of u
special. An engine and conch were
nent down from the .Missouri Pacific
yards in Atchlhnu and Mr. Kimball
was promptly conveyed to Omaha,
happy in being able to meet his ap
pointment despite the fact that the
.Leavenworth sandwich cost him n
sum representing one dollar a mile
for the entire distance, plus the price
or his refreshments, which was $17l.W.
Art-Weaving In Italy.
Lombardy, once unrivnled in Europe
for its textile fabrics In silk and linen,
hns Just made the pope n unique pres
ent na the gift of the province for
the holy year. It is nn altar cloth
for the private altar of Lib holiness
nnd its design nnd texture nre elabo
rate to a degree which, it Is contend
ed, has no parallel even In the long
records of Italian art weaving. In no
previous composition ever woven iu
Italy has the number either of weft
reels or warp enrds exceeded iy,
while in the pope's new altar cloth
the numbers are, respectively 17,71)0
and 142,000. The style Is Oo'tlilc Ve
netian and the composition repie
cnts, with a rare wealth of symbol
ism the principal (ioml truth.
DEAD TO HER FAMILY.
Illllli-Cnale Hindoo Girl Who Win
Oatrnelied !lecnne She Ileaama
A young Hindoo girl, a convert to
McthoillHin, has been on n visit to Bos
ton during the past few weeks. Her
name is vSoobnonagaru Ammal, which Is
thortened to Sooboo for purposes of
friendly conversation, says an eastern
Sooboo Is particularly Interesting
from the fact that she belongs to a
high-caste family a caste deemed su
perior In India to ordinary mortal as
Hielitlon. Tlie girl henrd the mNsIon
preachers at llrst with contempt, but
she ended by running away from her
aristocratic home to the mission and
said she h nd become a Christian. In
leaving her gods behind her she left
oIro her jewels.
First the angry nnd desperate father
enmc to the mission and threatened to
put Sooboo's new friends in jail for kid
naping. The girl was produced and
elected to stay where she wns. The
father went away uttering the final
word, "Outcast!" which is a sentence
Hut soon the broken-hearted mother,
who never goes forth and whose visit
to the mission was contamination,
came and pleaded with Sooboo to re
turn to the home of those who had
reared her and had loved her. The girl
declared her love for her mother, but
refused to go back. Then came fu
neral services, as of one dead. The
mother, called "accursed" because of
her visit to the mission, cotdd not be
present, but walked 1,000 miles to the
river Ganges and held mourning serv
ice there. Then she came home and
walled up the door of Sooboo's room.
UNIQUE SUIT FOR DAMAGES.
Water Cotnpnny Aaked to Pay
eauae It Could Tint EUtln
STulah n Flrv.
A lawsuit, unique In the jurispru
dence of the state of California, is
now on trial nt Ukinh. The city of
Uklah, says a San Francisco exchange,
has sued the loeul waterworks com
pany for a loss of $570.75 by reason of
a Hre which could not be ext niruished
because there was no water in tho
hydrants. The waterworks Mstem
of the place consists of a pumping
plant on the bank ot the Russian
river, by which the water is raised to
a reservoir on the side of the moun
tain, from which it is distributed by
natural pressure. Fire hydrants are
located at all the prominent corners.
On the night of the fire in question
the agent of the water company had
shut off the water in order to stop
the practice of irrigating private
lawns in the night time. Ily reason
of this a man hud to run n half mile
to the reservoir to turn on the water.
The delay wns fatal, as the block in
which the tire originated was almost
completely destroyed. Then the city
made n demand upon the company
for the loss sustained by the city,
property. The demand was refused
on the ground that the water com
pany Is not an insurer against fire.
The prosecution holds, however, that
under the terms of Its franchise the
water company Is bound to maintain
at all times a siifliclent pressure of wa
ter for ail purposes of course includ
ing the extinguishment of conflagra
tions. .Should the city win the case
nil the other losers by the bame fire
will have a cause of action.
To Whom it May Concern,
lied Cloud, Neb Dec. 13th, 1900.
Notice is hereby given, thnt.my wife,
Aivillu Watson Lns left Iter bed nnd
liimrd without any just cnu.se nnd of
her own will and act. All pursons nre
hereby notified that I will not be re
sponsible for her support or mainte
nance, nor for any debts &ho makes,
and any person or persons furnishing
ber any necessaries or any goods what
ever, or extending to her any credit do
so at their own risk.
William K. Watson
Foil Salk. lliver bottom fnrm iu
Lincoln county, Oklahoma. At least a
fifth down. J. F. Hkanson, Mulock,
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers 13 sure to know of the wonderful
viui a in auo uy Uft
l Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
I the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
It is the great medl -
cal trlumnh of Ihi- nine,
nnH 7 .L P" ?' "1? "f
icciiiii century; ais
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
snecia 1st. and Is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame DacK, Kianey, oiaaaer, uric acid trou
bles and Brlght's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Root Is not reo
ommendedfor everything but If you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
ust the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, In hospital work, In private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
I every case that a special arrangement has
, been made by which all readers of this paper
wno nave not already triea it, may navo a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
I find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
1 When writing mention reading this generous
nlfff In IhU nanr anrl GTsl?
send vour address to cm?
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blng- KlSpH WM'M
hamlon. N. Y? Thn 'itlVIl
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regular fifty cent and itonwof Bmnnp-noot.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Tho smokers of Hed Cloud cnti find
on snlo by 11. E. Grlco nnd n few of I ho
louol dealers one of tho choicest and
moot phenomenal retailing cigar ever
manufactured in tho west, tho "Tuck"
cigar. It is hand made throughout and
unrqunled in workmanship by any fj
cent cigar on the market. Tho "Tuck"
cigar had in its lillcr tho finest grnde of
old unllavorcd tobacco that can ht pur
chased and used in a fi cent eigne. Its
draft is perfection. Tho "Tuck" cigar
is packed in tin foil in packages of (ivo
with the object in view of keeping it
fresh, retaining the lluvor nnd protect
ing it from breakage, when carried in
tho pocket." Tho "Tuck" cignr Is in
fact pcrlention in everything Hint is.
required to make it choice smoke.
There is no cigar mado in the live cent
cignrs that equals tho Tuck cigar, in
iino workmanship, quality, draft nnd
filler. Try the "Tuck."
Auknts Wantkd: We want nnact
ivo agent in Red Cloud and vicinity to
represent the largest Erergreon Nur
series in the U. S. A full lino of bardy
fruits, shade and ornamental tree,
shrubs, etc. Four plans, pay weekly.
Address nt once, The Elgin Nurseries,
What Shall We Have for Dessert?
This question arises in the family
every day. Lot us answer it todny.
Try Jell-O, a delicious dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No unking! ndd
hot water nnd set to cool. Flavors:
Lemon, ornngo raspberry nnd strnvv
bei ry . At your grocers, 10 cts.
Jeli-O, the New Dessert,
pleases nil thu family. Four llnvors:
Lemon, orange, raspberry nnd straw
berry. At your grocois. 10 cts Try
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days.
Morton L. Mill of Lebanon. lad. sats: "My
wlfo lintl Inllninmntory rhctimiitliim in every
nuiHcle and joint; her sulTetlng w.i terrible nnd
her body nnd fn re were swoolen slmott beyond
recognition: had been In bed for six week and
had eight ptiyxlclnns, but received no benefit
iiiiui Hne mcu mo .Mystic cure inr.uucumRiinm.
itxave Immedlato relief sad sho was ablo to
walk nbout in three
herllfo." Sold by II
; about In three day, I am euro It saved
k. uncc, urugRisi, itea
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Mv'tlct'uro for rheumatlum and neuralgia
readily cure In from one to Ihreo day. It ac
tion upon the system I remarkablo and mys
terious. It remove at once the cause and the
disease Immediately disappear. Tho llrst dose
really benefit. "Scents. Sold by II. K. Grlro.
Ited Cloud, Neb.
Rheumatic pains are the cries of protest
and distress from tortured muscles, aching
joints and excited nerves. The blood has
been poisoned by the accumulation of
waste matter in the system, and can no
longer supply the pure and health sustain
ing food they require. The whole system
feels the effect of this acid poison ; and
not until the blood has been purified and
brought back to a healthy condition will
the aches and pains cease.
Mr. Jnmcs Kell, of 707 Ninth street, N. H.,
Washington, D. C, writes as follow: "A few
months ago 1 hncl nn Httadt of Sciatic Rheuma
tism in it worst form The
pain was so intense Hint I
became completely pros
trated, The attack was an
unusually severe one, and
toy colidttlsn was regard
ed as being very danger
ous. I was attended by
one of the mot able doc
tor in Washington, who is
also a member of the fac
ulty of a leading medical
college here. He told me
to continue hi nrescrit.
tlonsand I would get well. After having It filled
twelve time without receiving the slightest
benefit, I declined to continue his treatment any
longer. Having henrd of S. S.S. (Swift's Specific)
recommended for Rheumatism, I decided, almost
In despair however, to give the medicine a trial,
and after I had taken a few cottles I was able to
bobble around on crutches, and very soon there
after had no use for them at all, S. S. S. having
cured me sound aud well. All the distracting
balos have left me, my appetite has returned,
and I am happy to be again restored to perfect
inn aw aauwLj iv va
the great vegetable
purifier ana tonic, la
the idoal remedy in all
There are.no ooiatea or
minerals in it to disturb the digestion and
lead to ruinous habits.
We have prepared a special book on
Rheumatism which every sufferer from
this painful disease should read. It is the
most complete and interesting book of
the kind in existence. It will be sent free
to any one desiring it. Write our physi
cians fully aud freely about your case. Wo
make no ciiarge tor medical advice
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA.
Notice of Final Settlement.
StfltOllf Sfl ' -lift, l
Webster- uuiity. I
In the County Court ol Webster County. Nc-
In tliu matter of the oatato of Aluxniulor O,
Now on this -M day of November. 1000, came
It. M.G'ri'lirnne, executor of aldCKtnlo and tiled
IiIhAiihI uiooiU'tHNSiich executor, nnd n vnrl
fld liolllion iiravliu: for a HiihI Kettlement and
, ftd trillion prayii
allnwiincc ot mild
order of distribute
uccoiini ni nieu, aim lor an
It Is Ih.iitifore ordered thut tho 20th dav of I)e-
reiiiber, 1000, ut ten o'clock In tho forenoon, at
the oflleo cf 'he county Judgoiu said county and
stnto, I11, 'tint thu same is hereby fixed as the
time nnd plsro fo bearing said petition and
examining and i.lluwlngsald account, and the
litlrs of tMd itpceati'd, nnd all persons interest
ed iu said 1 -tato nro reqiienteit to appear at the
tlmnniid iiUcuko drslKiiated, and snowcauso,
if an) exist, "why said account should not be
It Is further ordered that said executor give
notice 10 ullpcrsonit Interested Iu ald estate of
thntlme and plico fixed for examining, allow
ing and Fettling said account by causing a copy
nf this order U' lit- pulillahMl In Iho Hed Cloud
I'utKr.awcbldy iicwNimper printed and In gen
eral rlr'ulult n In "aid county, for four council
ulltu LMk j M r lo tho ilny fel forald hearing,
.Tanks Durrv. County Judge,
I. U. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE f! FARM LOANS.
I.oct lint S3, ouido Itock, Neb.
11 I; uiils of projierty bought, Hold nnd
!; nMeDci I n i r r 1 i'i
M ..&n&uw . J
EVERY DAY I
E. E. MoBride, 1
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lie frequent cause ot Appendicltl and many other no
louf 111 should ntrer be nielectod. The objNtUxi to the
utual cathanla remedle la their oottlre reaction whioh
Inert eonaUpatlen Inrtwil ot carina It. FAHKKK'B
OINUEH TO MO la tk Draper remedy! It act en the
tirer, and when seed a directed, permanenUr romore
B ooaaUpatioa. M eta, UtM fail DruaxMa.
Wo can surnish you brick in
rtny quantity at the lowest pos
sible rate. Brick on sale at
either of tho lumber yards.
Get Our Prices Before You
Red Cloud, Neb.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Stale of Nebraska, 1
Webster County, f
In the County Court of Websttr county.
Iu the matter of tho estate of George W.
NoUco Is hereby given to all persons having
firilSlJ wm d,'B,8",,8 a8l Onorge W Halston
iRtc 2nWcl"!e.rcoun,Tt,,cccaw,Mht "10 time
for filing claims against said estate is ilx
monibs from the 2nd day of November, lsoo
All men persons are requested to present their
claims with tho voucher to the County Judge
of said county, at his office therein, on or be
fore tho Und day of May. 1001. and all
claims so riled wfll bo heard before the said
ludge on tho 3rd day of May. 1001. at 10
o'clock n.m.. and thst said administrator Isal
a1 or" f"e"r from the 291b day of September,
0110, In which to pay tho debts and charges al
lowed against said cetato and settle the same.
Jame Durrr, County JudgeJJ
Dated. Octocer 12, 1000.
U & M. R.
It ED CLOUD NKUIt.
81. LOUIS and
all points cast and
SAL'l LAKE O'T
and all pointi
TRAINS LIVS AS FOLLOW !
No, 13. I'ftsscnger dally for Obcrlln
and St. Francis branches. Ox
ford, McCook, Denver and all
points west.... .. .. 8:23 s.:
No, 14. I'assenger dally for St, Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison. St.
I nilta T llinnln hI tlf .
uvM... uiuiuiu tin njiaure
and all points cast and south 616
no. 11. raneoiiKcr,
Passenger, dally. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
. 8:4nn m
IN. Passenger, dally for Ht
!?, -I,W llAkLn,
Kansas city. Atchison. Ht.
Louis and a.
Ipolnts east and
I,-), AccummooauoD, aauy excent
uiiuy, iiasunR, uranu Is.
ami, mack inns and sll
No. 143, Accommodation, dally cxccnl '
Sunday, Oberlln. Kanias, ami
Intermediate stations, via He
publican- .. .... i..
No. . frrelglit, dally, Wymofb and ' ,m-
Iiuillin 111 lilt) norillWGBt .nr.
liiiictlon noluts .a..
Freight, dally for Kepublirnn
Orleuiis.Oxford and all point
pi. nut nuu liliormcdlaln
... 18:45 p.rn,
No. 66. KrclRhr.'dTlTf'exTept"sVmdaV0:
for Wymoreand all point oii .k- .
No. 173. Freight dally lo Oxfb amj 4
In ermr-d ate points , .
, Sleeping. Ing, at!d ifeTn7rt,Li?P:5
(feats freo) on through train TiJ&f.i!i . rii
baggago checked to a, ,1 point hi , ,'hn i' rJ.f.?2
Stnici.nrCtiiiaila. ' ' "' ",0 united
Agent Omaha, Nslraika. ' aouvttl 1'assengcr
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