Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1901)
iP. V .,, l,r t'
vaaavV rf - clz- jj
V vi nava-. aaa!
y Every woman In the country
ought to know about
Those who do know nlxnit It
wonder how they ever jrot alontj
without It. It 1ms robbed child,
birth of its terrors for ninny n
youiUTttlfe. It has preserved her
girlish huro nnd aavcil Iter much
suffering. It is 1111 external lini
ment nnd earths with It therefore,
absolutely no riumjer of iip-c-ttiiitr
tho pyitun as draH taken Int-rn-nlly
art" apt to do. It i to bo
rubbed into the abdomen to soften
uud strengthen tlio muscles which
nro to bear the strnin. This means
much less pain. It also prevents
moraine sickness and all of the
other uiscomfoits of pregnancy.
A druggist of Mncon, Ga., says:
" I have sold a largo quantity of
Mother's Friend and havo never
known an instance where it has
failed to produce the good results
claimed for It."
A prominent lady of Lam-
bcrton, Ark., writes: "With my
first six children 1 was in labor
from 24 to 30 hours. After using
Mother's Friend, my seventh was
born in 4 hours."
Get Mother' Friend at ttia drag
lure, S1.00 er buttle.
THE BRADf IELD REGULATOR CO.
Wilt, for oir fiM lllu.tr. U.1 look, "BirORl BAD!
Why You Should Insist on Having
UREKA HARNESS OIL
nenualed bv anv other.
'ciuicrs lionl leather soft.
.eens out water.
A heavy bodied oil.
Ln excellent preservative,
educes cost of your harness,
ever bums the leather; it
Ifflciencv is increased.
iecurcs best service,
ititches kept from breaking.
s sold in all
Localities Manufactured by
Standard OH Company.
SUN WARDS IN HOSPITALS.
Thar Ar Verr I.anrMr Inalraaiental
In Cnrlntr Mnnr I'aUnnU
Tho theory thnt runllghl exerts a
powerfully healing Influence upon dis
ease procenni'H has now become so well
established that the sunroom is re
garded as a necessity In u well-appointed
hospital. In the plans of new
hospitals that aspire to be up to date
the solarium finds a prominent place,
and to keep up with the' advances of
medical hclence many of Uie old hos
pitals are attaching tularin to their
buildings, says the Trained Nurse.
The sun ward Is easily built. It
must !m, of coum. on the south side
or the building, liaWng Its eastvrn,
southern and western walls Inrgely
constructed of glas. A good plan Is
to build a. large buy window, with
metal frame work, and, if the hon
nititl huildiim- is to bo three or four
Htuiirn hirh. this bay uliulntv imj a- ' " T Ha.t lie
lend to the full.helght of the main "'"-nut r
structure. With this arrangement Knmulo on the
each floor will have tho advantages
of a sun ward.
The menus of ventilation should be
perfect and the hentlng arrangements
adequate, for the sun bath Is just as
practicable and useful on bright, win
try days as on sunny dnys of summer.
If the outlook from the windows of
the solarium is pleasant, If the land
scape is diversified with hills, trees,
green lawns or fields or a lake or a
bit of the ocean, so much the better.
Unfortunately for some Institutions,
the sou tli view from the hospital is
limited by wnlls of brick and stone.
Nothing, however, enn deteriorate
the direct rays of the sun, so that,
wherever possible, tills exceedingly
useful and very cheap commodity
should be utilized for therapeutic ef
fects. THEY HAVE HARD SERVICE.
Man? Prominent Philadelphia Wonv
n Uamlile In Stock lo an
lolilm In tha Vrtaeh r ore I an La
Ion Umyo Anything Bat an
r. d. bedford.
Real' - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent tor the Kqtitaiu.k Life Asauu-
Dr. E. A. Creigiiton,
Honorary (iriulunto & Silver Medalist
Western University, Cnnnda.
Calls Answkked Day and Night.
Orrrcs Orm Cook's Piiaiimacy.
J. S. EMIGH,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crown Bridge Work or Tctlh Without Halts.
lad all the latest Improvement In dental mr-fh
The French foreign legion, which Is
again the subject of Parisian political
gossip, offers about the hardest mil
itary service In tho world, and no one
who knows enters It until he has ex
hausted all other means of support or
wishes to bury himself, says a London
paper. Men of all nations arc in its
ranks, many of them hard characters,
criminals and jailbirds and It Is al
ways MMit by France to do the dirty
work which that country naturally
does not choose to Impose upon its own
Thus It has held the frontiers of the
African colonies, where every now and
then a pnst Is cut to bits by n wild Arab
tribe. The fever-Infested portions of
Cambodia and Indo-Chlna, which Lodi
has described, have also been the hectic
of its exploits. The discipline, too, is
most seven. Flogging Is a dally occur
rence and capital punishment Is the
result of the most trivial offenses.
Thus the eaes of insanity in the legion
are of a much larger number than In
any other branch of the French service.
A physician who has been studying the
Insanity of the legionaries says that a
majority of the eases are well devel
oped when tho men enlist, since few
sane men would ever accept the condi
tions know to exist In this corps. lie
adds that in his opinion many men shot
for breaches of discipline were not
mentally responsible, and he says that
tl.e tame double ina, eaii'i the iiiMih
iiiiliiiiituiii among the French troops
with the allies In China.
Tho fact that many of the leading
women of Philadelphia gamble In
stockc was a fact brought out by tho
failure there recently of a. big firm
of slock brokers. The women who
were losers by their collapse- havo
thronged tho ofllces of the nsslgnee
for the bankrupts, trying to 'make
Mime Advantageous nrnngemeut of
their unfortunate Investments. As a
rule, tho women were well dressed.
In yearu they had reached or passed
middle llfo, Whllu In appearance they
seemed to be shrewd, uoinnullke,
scarce!,, one of them was n,blr to
comprehend how Howard, (Vosby &
Co. should not drop around nnd m;i!,r
good cwry Investnifnt marie on the
board, says an eastern exehntifre.
I'hey had In-cn !iiinjr Into this
t oflfee for month to
market. 'I he habit
seemed to luue 11 wonderful hold on
them. As a rule, their custom was
to drop into the office each day and
examine tho board, lounging idly
about and following the musical
click of the sounder.
After comparing tho quotations
with tlioae of previous days and
watching the board for a few min
utes the patrons would place their
orders. If a certain stock would bo
70 and advanced two points to 72,
when the women returned on tho fol
lowing day they sold out and studied
the boards for new invctments.
As a rule, these women speculators
are milliners, dressmakers or sales
women. Their purchase varied from
ten dollars up to $50. Some of them
have been following tho business for
months nnd hnve mode money. Scarce
ly nny of them are losers on Invest
ments made previous to two or three
days lmforc the failure.
OVERMAN d BLACKLEDQE
KTTORNEYS - KT - L.HJv.
ttttce trer Post Office.
KED CLOUD, - NEHUASKA.
RAJAH WEDS A EUROPEAN.
Soma of (ha llnsalar I'rovlalona Mada
In the Slarrince Contract.
WEDDED TO THE COCK FIGHT.
tonla Carnllanna Cling- to t ha Tradi
tional "port of Tkelr
"The breeding of blooded gamecocks,
for the Mexican mnrket mnlnly, Is an
established Industry in South Caro
lina," said n sporting man, reports
tho Charleston (S. C.) News. "Of re
cent years the South Carolina game
cocks luno become celebrated, and
there are more orders standing now
than can be filled from the present
stock. The orders have to lie over
until the young chickens nre grown,
nnd they nlwnys command the top
prices when shipped beyond the bor
der. "These gamecocks have left a string
of victories in some of the richest
mains fought In this state, nnd many
hundreds of dollars have been won
on their prowess. Other breeds of
lli'';nsr chickens arc raised in this
Mute by men who never fight them,
and mine of the most prominent
'"""dci's have never wagered a dol
lar on any of their birds. They raise
the champions for the profit to be de
rived from ales. Cock-light Itifr now
Is not so common in this state as it
was formerly. According to the laws
of South Carolina it main cannot be
conducted within four miles of a
church or schoolhouse. Ten-Mile hill
hns been the eoek-flghttng hendqunr
ters for years. I.Venitly n l-irg pit
was built, with rows of scuts" rnr
lng nbove it, and crowds of sporting
people are drawn to this place when
chnmplonshlp events between South
Carolina nnd Georgia are fought. The
law does not. interfere with the
Tho amokors of Rod Cloud enn And
on sale, by li.E. Grico nnd n fow of tho
locol dealers otio of tho choicest and
most phouotnonal retailing oigais ever
manufactured iu tho west, tho "Tuck"
cigar. It in hand ntado throughout nnd
uncqtialcd in workmanship by nny fi
cont cigar on tho mnrkot. Tho "Tuck"
cigar has in its filler the finest grade of
old unllavorml tobacco that can be pur
chased and used in n f cent cigar. Its
drnft is perfection. Tho 'Tuck" cigar
is packed in tin foil in pneknges of fivo
with tho object in view of keeping it
fresh, retaining tho llavorand protect
ing it from brenkitgo when carried in
tho pocket." Tho "Tuck" cigar is in
fact purleetion in everything that is
requited to mako :v choice amoku.
Thorn is no cigar mado in tho 11 vo cent
cigars that equals the Tuck cigar, in
lino workmanship, quality, draft and
liller. Try tho "Tuck"
To Whom it May Concern.
Red Cloud, Neb Deo HJth, 1900.
Notice is hereby given, thnthuy wife,
Arvillti Watson has left hor bed and
board without nny just causo nnd of
her own will nnd net. All parsons nro
hereby notified that I will not bo re
sponsible for hor support or mninto
nanco, nor for nny debts sho makes,
and nny person or persons furnishing
her nny necessaries or any goods what
ever, or extending to her any credit do
so at their own risk.
William E. Watson
W. B, ROBY, f
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
Bated Hay and Coal Oil.
HARD V1VI - SOFT - COAIy.
No. 1 Third Avenue, Reel Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
Homcseckers excursion to points
north. On tho first nnd third Tues
days of January, February, March,
April, May nnd Juno, 1001, tickets will
bo on sale nt ono faro plus 92.00 for tho
round trip, limit to twonty-ono dnys
from dnto of sale, to several points in
Manitoba, Minnesota, North Dakota,
South Dakota nnd Wisconsin. Sco
ticket agent for further information.
A. Conover, Agont.
Agents Wanted: Wo want (inact
ive agent in lied Cloud nnd vicinity to
represent tho largest Evergreen Nur
series in tho U. S. A full lino of hnidy
frails, shado and ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc. Four plans, pay weekly.
Address nt once, Tho Elgin Nurseries,
Elgiu, Illinois. ,
Foil Salk. Iliver bottom fnrm in
Lincoln county, Oklahoma. At least n
fifth down. J. F. UltANSON, Mulock,
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
PLATT & FREES CO..
Chicago - Lumber - Vard.
RED CLOUD, NEHUASKA.
Lumber, Lime, Goal and Cement.
TRADBRS ITJMBB&R CO,
LUMBER and COAK
tnj-ildine: material, Bto.
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" h H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
Hew miiiiy ot you lmvo lost tliu prloo of thin RiirIho In onu lny 011 nccouu.. of In
niCct'-tit wlm to operate your wliul mill, leaving your stock wltluiut water, (let ono
row to no your imiiiplui; when thorn Is no wind or to do It n-Milarl". Wcatlior does not
iiiH'iT, lis uvk, hoi or colli, wet or dry, wind or calm. It is a, iliu saino to this initehlnc.
Will nl-o shell com. isrlnd feed, haw wood, churn butter and Is handy for a hundred other
Jobs, In tho Iriusi ir mi tho farm. Cots nothing; to keep when nut irorlclinr. r.tid "inly I
to -' cents per hour when worlclnit. Shipped completely jot up, ready to run. no founda
tion needed, n -ri-it lHhnr and money kivit. Iteipilres practically no nttentfnn. nnd la
tSsnlntely wife. We nttike nil Mzcs of Uuullno Kutnes, from Hi t "i liars power. Write
tix alrciiliir nnd fipoclul prices. .
FfllRSRMKS. WORSE & CO.. OmflHPl, NEB.
BOUGHT HER OWN RINGS.
THERE'S A HITCH
somewhere if you ttnu'i got good quail
ty in your harness.
uon't no cent wtno and dollar looiiau
by getting trashy stuff, hut buy our
Leather harness. That will lust for
years nnd give satisfaction, at a price
that "ill eurprls you by its iittlenpss.
OUR HORSE COMFORTS
uch as fly nets. etc. nr-j well worth
your attentton, and villi surely provo a
J. O. Bmtler, EWOTESS
It Is announced that the young
rajnh of Jlilnd, who Is lord of tho
third blpgcst native state under the
Punjab gorcrnment, has celebrated
his coming of age by marrying a Eu
ropean girl, MIr9 Olive Monaksen,
daughter of Mr. Monnlesen, of Horn
buy. Tho wedding took place accord
ing to Sikh rites and was to bomc ex
tent a runaway one, if the match can
be so described where the bridegroom
Is already the husband of nt least two
native ladles. Anyway, tho Ilritlsh
political officer was not given time
to interfere effectively, says a London
The Indian Planters' On'ette claims
to have seen the marriage contract
which hns been drawn up In accord
mice with Sikh usage,, and provides
the intly with u definite income, be
sides making stipulations, with reser
vations, us to how many other lcs
the pofentnto may also poscfs. The
existing Maharanis are reservations.
It Ir an unpleasant business to An
glo-Iudian thinking, this marriage of
a white girl to n rajah, but right
enough from the Sikh point of view.
The lndy will he known as her high
ness Juswnnt Knur.
This is the second case of the kind
that has occurred of late years in the
Punjab. That of the late Princess
Florence of Patlala was the first.
Youatf Woman Choaa an
ao-emant Circlet That
We gUc In our Illustrated catnlogue.
f-Kfcfc, vaiuanic lntorinuiion nua
ndvlce to those contc Uiting the
Btudy of Art. Serd pr. t J for cata
logue. IIAI.SKY C IVES, Director.
ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FltlE JWTS,
St. I.ou.'t f.Cn.
bMbY?! inMtc-'C 1 VTJTrJfipHnl
Q BetCouiib&7uu. Tftu Uixxl. Ptel"i
Wheat front Rfrrptlan Tomb.
The statement has frequently been
made thut it is possible to causegrnlns
of wheat found iu undent Kgyptiau
scpulchcrs to germinate uud grow,
This statement lias been disputed, and
the question was dl'scii. il tit it re
cent meeting of the French Academy
of Science. It vnib shown that while
the albumen of wheat found in n
tomb tl,l!uu years old hud undergone
no alteration, the embryo was changed
and could not be caused to germi
nate, lint a fresh embryo placed In
tho nnclcnt albumen would grow, nnd
this fact, it was said, probably ac
It occasionally happens that the
ring n girl receives as nn engagement
token is far from suitable to her ideas
of what Mich a thing should be. One
young woman, however, will have no
one to blame but herself if the ring
she wears is not satisfactory, for she
bought It herself, says the Cliicago
Chianlcle. Her llance lived In a small
southern town, where there is not
tho wide variety of diamond rings
from which to select that one finds
In a city; therefore It was decided
that when the young woman came
north she should choose her own ring.
And she did. She brought with her
a goodly sum of money her fiance's
money, of course nnd when she
reached Chicago she repaired in haste
to one of the bij: shops and with
much enre selected it bolitairo that
None of the clerks guessed, of
course, that the girl with the flushed
checks wan buying the circlet that
was to seal her engagement, but she
was, and she paid her for it in a business-like
way,' secured u receipt, and
left the shop Mulling, and probably
better satisfied with the bit of Jewel
ry than she would have been it her
aruancad had bought it himself.
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
ana cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that It Is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, It Is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these Important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swainp.Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists. In fifty
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mall
free, also tsaniDhlet tell- noma of 8warat-Root.
ing all about it. including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Blnehamton. N. Y., be sura and
mention this paper.
ItEPOltT OK TUB CONDITION
STATE BANK OF RED CLOUD,
CIIAIITEH. No. 315,
Incorporated In tho State of Notirnakn, nt the
close of business Dec. 13th, lfiOO.
Loans and Discounts .. fC8,Cj9 47
overdrafts, secured and unsecured l.6'.0 H9
Current oxtietucH nnd taxes paid........ 1,361)63
Due from Nntlonal State nnd
1'rlvnto banks Si 391 30
Cash Hills of other banks 2,405 00
FrriCttounl currency, nlcklcj
and cuuts . . 31 2.1
Hpcclo , 3.413 (JO
I.cnnl Tender 1,500 09
Total cash on hand S9.,if)B9
"jiianra . 4-nl
Totnl - , J111.3J0 48
Capital stock jmld Iu M.OOO no
Knri.llm fimil ' 10.fO (HI
- I-"-- - ----"-"- .. ..
Uiidlv hied nrouts o.i.w im
Individual deposits subject
to check "9.1011 10
Demand certificates of do
posit I.TO0 0
Tlmppprtltleatesof dcnoslt. 110 29
Total Deposits 80.570 45
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock Uox 23. Outdo Itock, Neb.
VII kinds of property bought, sold and
B. Si M. R.Y
RED CLOUD NEUll.
Total - 1111,320 48
Statu or Nkbiuska, 1 1 ,
County of Webster, f"
I, W. T. Auld, csBhler of the
nbovo named bank, do solemnly swear that the
nbovo statement Is correct and a truo copy of the
report mado to tho State Hanking Hoard.
attest : W. T. Auld, Cashier.
W. T. Auld, Director.
M. Finch, Director. ...,,.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 28th
day of December, 1900.
It. Dillaud Uspronn, Notary PublU.
Jana Use Arable rivarta.
Therw ia one thing which .strikes a
foreigner as being particularly
strnngc la the uniform of the Japan
ese soldier, bays a writer in North
American Notes and Queries. TIiIh is
thut tho numeral!! which he wears
upon his shoulder btraps to denote
the number of his regiment are Kurn
pean numbers, not Chinese or Japan
ese ideogrnph. For instance, the sol.
tllith of the Third regiment just wort
it 3 upon their shoulder strnps. 1
found upon Inquiry thnt this was be
HEPOHT OF T1IK CONDITION
PEOPLE'S BANK of RED CLOUD
Incorporated In tho Stato of Nebraska at the
cioke of business December 13th, 1900.
Loans mid Discounts.. (571.(0 SO
ovurdrafts. secured ind unsecured-. 311 13
WarrantBniid Internal Itevenuebtnmps
Furniture, ami nxiurcs...
Current expenses and taxes paid
Checks and other cash Items......
Duo from National and Stato
llauks 73 0ll 19
Hills of banks 3,002 00
Nickels and cents .... Ill 43
Specie 'A078 75
Legal tender notes . 2,000 IX)
TotHl cash on hand 81,805 37
Capital t-tock llh.X) 00
SI. LOUIS and
all points east and
and all point
I'luisi the I'tirniietin numbers were so
counted for the statement that tho mucl, lnoro ,,ci.y nn,l easily distln
old Kgyptiau wheat rescued from it ' .M,ihi,ct fr0m each other thun the
long entombment would sprout and uoinnllcnted Chinese character. A
complicated Chinese character,
truly practical nation the Jupane
Man, 'CHICHCSTCn'a CNOLIBH m
PUTuNaAri. Al..i.r.li.bi. La4laHulruiri
wr liuiuujiliauii paiuioou
I IUCO ul UU uauUU kUM tniti
"IIS Mm rt.Mi. Tk akber. SUN,
t aa bV w4
a Naktltaliaa aaal Imlta-
o7 r yr urwgm. tt waa .
ih lor I'.nliil.n. TeallrakBlaU
"HelUf rrl4lM."M luiar, r-
laraMaU. lujim L.Uai.aim. BM
Individual Deposits subject
tn pheek 193.66ft 79
Demand Certificates of de
posit .... . I6,54 87
Time Ccrtlficat-i of deposit 78 75-113,309 21
Totau...-..... ......... -(141,474 87
Stats or Nebraska, I .
County of Webster, "
I, Vf . A. Sherwood, cashier of the
above named bank, do HOlemnly awe ar that the
above statement Is correct and a true cop? of
the report made to tha Stato Banking board.
Jattsst W. A. buinwooD, Cashier.
J. L. Miner. Director.
O. II. Miner. Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this U7th
day Of December, 1900.
D. J. Myeiis, Notary Public.
TRAINS LEAVE AS VOLLOWa:
13. Passenger dally for Oberllu
and St. Francis branches, Ox
ford. McCook, Denverand all
points west-............... 8:25 a.m.
14. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison, St.
Louis. Lincoln via Wymote
and all points east and south 8 '15 p. in
17. PassoiiRer. dally. Denver, all
points in Colorado, Utah and M )
California , SMOp.m;
18. Passongcr, dally for St. Joe,
Kansas uuy. Aicuitoii, St.
Louis and all points cast and
south ..... .-..l0:00a.m.
Nn. 144. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, HastlnKS, Orand Is. 'I
laud, Ulack Ilills and ull
points In tho northwen HWip.m.
'.n. 143. Accommodation, dnlly except
buniluy, Obcrlln, Kaiikas, and
Intermediate, btatlous, via Ito
No, 61. Freight, dally, Wymoro and
St. Joo and Intermediate
Junction points - 13:45p.m.
.IV. ixi. riuiKin, "nny lur jlUMluncan
OrltRiis, Oxford and nil points
No. 6C. FrclRht, dally oxcopt Sunday
for Wymore and all point oast 6 ,45 a.m.
No. 173. Freight dally to Oxford and
Intermediate points 1:30 p.m
Sleeping, dining, and rccllnlug chair ouits,
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold ami
baggage cheeked to any polut In Uo United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, Ked
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Ataat Oataaa. Neknulu.
I l.u.lw S'avf.W-.1 aftlfa.-l al
HAIR UALSAM ,
Oltuur ivl txautintl ttia hilt,
miuii.! a luzurlatit ffTowth.
Itevcr 'lts to HutSre CI ray
Curr-m .rain diafa.tl At
G. V. ARGAimiGHT,
ARTIST PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Red Cloud. Nkiuuska,
Lnndsenpe, Flowers, Fruits and Pof'
traits matin to order.
STUDIO IN DAMEIIELL UI.OCK.
Notice of Final Settlement.
BUte nf Nebraska, 1 ..
Webster County, f"
In the County Court ot Web.tcr County, Ns
In thn matter of the estate of Alexander Q.
Now on this 22d day ot November. 1900, came
It. M. Ccbrsnn, executor of said estate and died
bis final account aa such executor, and a vnrl-
flul petltlen praying ror a final settlement and
allowance of wild account as filed, and for an
It la Ufx'efore ordered thwt tho 29th day of 1
eeinbcriOOO, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at
the oBlfe of the county Juduo in said county and
state, be, and the same ia hereby.flxcd a tha
time ami place for htarlng said petition and
examining and allowing said accounts, nnd the
heirs nf stld deceased, and all persons Interest
ed In suld estate are requested to appear at the
time and place ko designated, and show cause,
If nny exists, 'why said account should not be
It is further ordered that si Id executor giro..
notlco ta all persons Interested In said estate or
ilullnnni.il place llxod for examining, allow
inx and Kfltllng said account by causing a copy
f llils order te bo publlsh'd In the lied ClouU
( mi r, a weekly newspaper printed and In gen
eral circulation In ssld county, for four coiincc-
utlio weeks prior to ;ho day set for said hearing,
i Aiiaa uurrr, """l '"'"
Powered by Open ONI