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A Wife Says.
" We have four children, With the first
three I suffered almost unbearable pains from
12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed under
Ihe Influence of chloroform. I used three
bottles of Mothtr's Friend before our last
child came, which
b a strong, fat and
healthy boy, doing
my housework up
to within two hours
of birth, and suf
fered but a few hard 0
pains. This lini
ment Is the grand
est remedy ever
will do for every woman what it did for the
Minnesota mother who writes the above let
ter. Not to use it during pregnancy is a
mistake to be paid for in pain and suffering,
Mother's Friend equips the patient with a
strong body and clear intellect, which in
turn are imparted to the child. It relaxes
the muscles and allows them to expand. It
relieves morning sickness and nervousness,
It puts all the organs concerned in perfect
condition for the final hour, so that the actual
labor is short and practically painless. Dan-'
ger of rising or hard breasts is altogether
avoided, and recovery is merely a matter ol
a few days.
Drug-gliU sell Mother's Friend for SI bottle.
The Bradflcld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga,
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wornl kloil or n. com- J r!A
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Botoalrmakra the harness and tba l'M
bona look brtttr, but makiw th SS
iMUbir soft and pliable, put It In con. i
nai li dltlon to last twice an long nV
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SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
In 300 (Ionium towns, with nn np-p-re
pate papulation of 15,000,000 Inhab
itants, ineiliunl Mntlstles are nowrcjru
larly received mill comillc(1.
A curious ncr-lilent occurred recently
In a fenther bed factory in New York.
The leathern got to whlrlliiff ro rapid
ly tlmt the friction set them on fire.
Currier plgconri refuse food after a
lotif and exliutiitinf Journey. They
drink some wnter and go to Bleep, not to
resume their tmunl mode of life for
Jnines Cnntlle, V. It. C. S., rceofnlm
eight type of plnfrnr nnnicly, the lm
lunik, the cepllefieinic, the pneumonic,
tho nertoiis, the toxlcor fitlmlnnnt, the
puerperal, anil the two mild t . iom, pes
lis Mtiiliiilnns and pentls minor.
On November 0, during n tent before
the Ilel'riiin incriiiiit'iit olllelulH of
M.irconl's uirthts telegraph, a ltic.v
wige wiiHsent from tin Mcnnishlp l'i in
ert. Clementine to Dover Court, Ksnex.
m diFtniice of between 80 mid 00 miles,
incluillnr iiiiiuy tulles of cIIITh nnd sen.
The Royal Witrteinhcrf' railways Iiiih
jut eoncltnkd a co n tract ly which ltn
shops at Stuttgart ure to lie lighted
by a new system. This system constats
of a central petroleum rcscnolr from
which copper pipes conduct tlic oil to
burner", in which It is vaporized to a
pus which affords n very brilliant light
with a limited quantity of oil.
Tho superintendent of foreign malls
says in his annual report that there
were 8,325,010 pounds of mall matter
despatched by sen to foreign countries
during the Inst fiscal year. Of Uils,
5,722,433 pounds were for trnns-At-lnntlc
destinations, almost 2,500,000 go
ing to Orent Hritnln. The trans-Atlantic
mnlla increnscd 429,847 pounds
over the previous year. The aggregate
cost of the foreign mall service wns
SURE BN0UGH UMBRELLAS.
GorajootM ainnta-tois, London Mate,
for Aabasntl Chlafa, at fit
Nearly 20 Englishmen are now at
work on aeven umbrellas for an
Ashantl chief and hla faithful staff,
ays tho London Express.
'liter ia nothing under the sun a
dhief can wear, not even excepting a
enst-off silk hat or n red-lined caviilr
coat, so calculated to strike awe Into
the minds of refractory natives am',
so Imbue them with a spirit of obe
dience ua it "gingham."
Traders, when tliey want to obtain
free access to the country of one of
the hostile tribes, make presents of
worn-out clothing to the natives, or
even a "gamp" to a particularly obstl
nate and pugnacious chief.
A London syndicate of Gold Coast
traders has glcn tho order and are
paying for the umbrellas In question,
wnton win be given to bribe the vain,
Messrs. James Smith & Sons, bf Ox
ford street, are making them, nt 35
for the large one and 20 each for
When finished the umbrellas will be
gorgeous beyond the dream of the
most imaginative negro.
For the chief the present will be
nearly 15 feet across, quite a decent
sized tent. In fact, on state occasions
It will bo so used.
The handle will then be stuck in
the ground, and six slaves will act as
the tent peps.
Tho rnntcrinl from which it is being
made is silk, and the colors are to be
"red, white and blue." What will
some of our political stump orators
say to this?
Round the edge will be a deep rich
fringe and on the top an elaborately
chased cap. surmounted by a Rritish
For the staff the umbrellas will be
somewhat smaller and lens majestic.
What rejoicings there will be in the
land when the couriers arrive with
those parasol-tentllke umbrellas, and
how pleased will the city men be with
the return for their good-uatured and
LIQUID FUEL FOR STEAMERS.
Veatael Travels to London from Do-
tto UalBB Only Oil for
In October the stcntnshlp Cowrie
-tenmed nil the way from Kuetel. In
Itorneo, to Iomlon, n tllstnnce of 9,M5
miles, uslnj; nothing' tint llqulil fuel.
When the steamer tenohed Ixmtlon the
boilers for hiipplyliiff steam for tho un
loading iiiHdilnery were flreil by the
I name material. The oil was not burned
j by 11 thin layer of liicnndebfeiit coal, iib
is the ease In some systems, but was
reduced to a spray liy meauh tifn steam
Jet at the funnier- door, where it was
dellvrrtd from tanks above the boilers,
says the New York Sun.
The Cowrie was formerly tired with
coal, nml her owners Bay that hereon
crslnn to liquid fuel has been at
temhil with udvuhttiKuou rtultb,
Only six stokers are now riqutrcd,
though 10 were, necessary when coal
was used. A great deal of bunker space
ia also saved. The consumption of oil
at ea ia only 22 tons a day, while the
dally consumption of coal used to be
33 tons, and a ton of oil occupies only
34 cubic feet, against 45 feet required
for coal. The coal Is also taken an
board much more quickly thnn coal,
and recently 300 tons were pumped
into a Herman steamer in nn hour.
The oil yield by the Itorneo oil fields
In until to make nn excellent fuel Just
as it comes from tlu', ground, and It is
beffinnlnf' to be much used for this
purpose by the Haniburg-Anujrlcau
and other Ktnunrrs that are engaged in
the eastern trade.
N t iicriililf Mule,
Thero Is mule nt Torkin, Mo., 47
years old, mv it is a-till liulc nnd hearty
nnd nble to do a good duy's work. N.
MORMON EXPLORING PARTY.
Sal On) to Flnil In nlrnl Amerlcn
Ilitln Verlflcntlun f that
nook of Mormon.
One of the most remarkable expedi
tions for antiquarian research which
have set out for tmnc time Is coni)OH'il
of a patty of M mon students which
left Grahmrn county, A. T., a few tin a
ngo, fora throe years' trip through
Central ttnd South America. In the
party are 24 men from the llrighnm
Young ncademy, In I'rnto, I'lnh, Includ
ing President Hcnjamlii t'lull nnd two
professors. Their object is to explore
the country nnd its roottrcis while
searching for traces of the la t surviv
ors of the N'cphltcs, any n local report.
The .Mormon theory on which tin ex
pedition Is I't'sed, nsnilvnupitl by If oil
ers of the pnrty. Is this: About 0(.) II.
('.. I.ehl and his family, accompanied by
Ishmacl nnd his fnmll.. left .Jerusalem
and went Into the wlldnncss.
After 10 yeais of waiideilng they
built boats and sailed toward the con
tinent, landing whole Chill now Is.
Nephl and Latunn were two of Lrhi's
sons. Nephl was benutlful nnd obedi
ent, Lnmnn the reverse. Knelt had
ninny followers who married nnd In
termnrried until they numbered many
thousands, nnd built mnuy large cities
In what Is now the northern part of
South nnd Central America, Mexico and
southern Arizona nnd Now Mexico.
The two factions waged wnr for mnny
ye'nrs, according to the Mormon theory,
until, evcntunlly, about 400 A. I)., the
Nephltes were entirely exterminated
by the Lamnnites. From the latter
the American Indians nrc descended.
Mnroni, the Inst surviving Nephite,
burled the records of his people, writ
ton on hrnsa, plate, ' in the hill
"Cumornh," in the state of New York,
and the angel Mnroni revealed these
plates to Joseph Smith. The transla
tion of these constitute the Book of
Tho Provo expedition hopes to find
In the ruins of Central and Southern
American cities evidence that they
were built by the descendants of I.ehl
and thus give to (he world proof that
the Do ok of Mormon is what the Lat
ter Day Saints assert it to be a true
history of the people who inhabited
this continent years ago.
Am Aaaataar SatTMait fooled.
The stories are common enough of
fla-e engines being turned out to
quench an aurora, and, on the other
hand, it has not seldom happened that
a very mundane conflagration linn
passed muster for a "celestial dis
play," says Knowledge. In tho me
moirs of Ilaron Stockmar an amusing
anecdote is related of one Hcrr von
IUdowltr, who was given to making
the most of easily picked up informa
tion. A friend of the baron's went to
an evening parity near Frankfort,
where he expected to meet Ilerr von.
RadowitK. On bis way he saw a barn
burning, stopped his carriage, a&sUted
tin people, and' -waited till the flames
were nearly extinguished'. When he
arrived at his friend's house, he found
Ilerr von Radowlfx, who had previously
taken the party to the top of the
building, to e an aurora, dilating oil
terrcvtrlal magnetism, electricity, etc.
IUdowltr. asked Stockmar's friend1:
"Have you seen the benutlful aurora
borealls?" Hr replied: "Cert it Inly; I
was there myself; it will mioii hooter."
An explanation followed as to the bam
on fire, ltadowrtta was Mlent some ten
ralnutva, thm he took up his hat and
RUSSIAN SPIES ARE HERE.
Thar Are aCaapIn Watch of Nlhtllata
Wko Hark liafaa la
The Russian secret police are prob
nbly the most skillful in the world;
they need to be. In tho days of Na
poleon III. the police of France had
tlmt reputation. They haven't it now
for the beat of reasons. An emperor
needs skillful spies In nil the world
a republic doesn't. KiishIa has had its
lessons in the death of tho late czar
and in tho many attempts made- upon
the present ruler. So the chief of po
litical police keeps agents in every
grcnt city in the world. New York,
where so many Russian nihilists have
found refuge Snn Frnnrlsco nnd Chi
cago are espeelnlly favored In this
way, Hsenped convicts from Siberia
hoiiietimen drift to tho I'neifla const,
while Chicago Is watched on general
principles. Now York, however, is get
ting to ht more ami more the chief
object of the solicitous ntteutloiiB of
the e.ar's people, says tho Chicago
The spies who keep tab on nihilists
In America always claim to be nihil
IntR themselves, exiled for their po
litical views, or escaped suspects. It
Ih their plan to secure ndmlttnnce to
tiomo of the many nihilist circles here
and keep the police- Informed of what
So long uh the nihilists confine
themselves to speechnmklng nothing
Is done about it. Dut if one of them
should start for St. Petersburg with
such a mission as that which took
Urescl from Patersou tho home an
thorities would be warned and stand
rendy to receive him after certain
well-known precedents. As for the
spy. his is a dangerous life. If sus
pected he may become nt almost any
time, the hero of a mysterious murder
PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. "
Wife "Oh, Hnrryl You enn't talk
straight." Husband "Sphrnlned my
neck, my dearsh, looking up for tht
(hie) leonlds." Town Topics.
u.....i iiiri.H --. i
- en wiicu juu uiiriiL-u raor
mniith to offer vour hand did vou nut
your foot in it?'-' Frank "N-no. My
)'' Frank "N-no. Myv
heart was in It." 1'hiluUelpula Dulls
THE GRIP EPIDEMIC.
The Disease More Prevalent than Ever
and quite as fatal. The best treatment.
The grip hits surprised tho doctors
nnd lionlth uutliotiticH this season by
ltd rapid spread nuit by ionia novel
symptoms. Whllo it spnrcs nobody
it is proving especially dangerous to
miildlu-ngcil anil oldcrly persons. In
many cases cither it fatal onset of
pneumonia, or n com pic to breakdown
of licnltit nml strength, is apt to fol
low nn ntlnck of grip.
Thowiso cotirsu for nil is prevention,
ily wearing it Uorsoti's Porous Plaster
tin tho chest twid'b.ick you protect tho
lungs fioin cold ami chili and (witli
nidiiuin fine) you itre snfo fiom grip.
For thoiii who nro ilicaily sulTeriiig
from grip, or tho usual winter coughs
and colds, licn.ionVs Porous Plnslei sine
u suio mid speedy relief and cure.
Highly medicinal nnd rclcntitlu.
Kofitiu imitations and substitutes.
Only tho gouuluo nro effective). Ex
amino when you buy Seitbttry &
Johnson, Manufacturing Chemists,
Homoscekers excursion to points
north. On tho first and third Tues
days of Jnnunry, Februnry, March,
April, May and Juno, 1001, tickets will
bo on sale nt one, faro plus 92.00 for tho
round trip, limit to twenty-onu days
from ditto of sale, to several points in
Mnnltobn, Minnesota, North Dakota,
South Dakota and Wisconsin. Seo
ticket ngont for further information.
A. Conovku, Agent.
Jell-O, the New Dessert,
pleases till tho family. Pour ll.ivors:
Lemon, orangu, raspberry ami straw
berry. At your grocers. 10 cts Try
Wanted Men to lenrn tho barber's
trade; only two month's required; can
earn scholarship, board, tools and
transportation to our colleges at Chi
cngo or Minneapolis. Apply by mail
Moler Barber Col lego Representative,
1023 Farnnni Street. Omnhn, Neb.
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days.
Morton L. 11111 of Lebanon, Ind. raj: "My
wife, hud inflammatory rheumatism In every
muscle, and joint; ber lufforlnn wa tt rrlblo and
her body and face, were swoolen almost beyond
recognition; had been In bed for lx weeks and
!ie.) eight physicians, but received no benefit
mail Hie tried the Mystic cure for Ithcumatlsm.
It save Immediate rellof and aho was ablo to
walk about In threo days, lam sura It saved
her lire." Sold by II
K. Grlcc. Druggist, Itcd
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Mv tic Curo for rheumatism and neuralgia
readily cures In from one to three daya. lm ac
tion upon the system Is remarkable and mys
terious. It removes at once the causo and the
disease Immediately disappears. Tho first dose
freatly benefit s. 75 cents. Sold by 11. K. Grlcc,
led Cloud. Neb.
DO YOU GET IIP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
. cures made by Dr.
It Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
II the great kidney, liver
li and bladder remedy.
J- It is the great medl
4 cal trlumoh of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, tho emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and Is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Brlght's Disease, which is the worst
form ef kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec
ommendedforeverythlng but If you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
Just 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
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When wrltlngmentlon reading this generous
nttr In thin Mn.. anrt ft-vA.T'
send vour address t0d(15
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and nomeotsvamp-itoot,
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
I .t... -.-iiiifttir f-fliifcn of Anntnillfltls
I loutlll. lioiildutcrlmislMtl,TI,onUJUoiito.tlie
itunlralliurtlo rcniixllcltli'lrcotlpriutloii wlilcli
lnrrfM oontflpatloii Inktomi of curing It. l'AHICKKS
IIIMIt.H TONIO I. tho iiropcr rtmoUy. It nctaon tti
Uvit. ami hn uwtl tisnirwticl, iHTiimiH-ntly riuiovia
Uio (.oiutlpuUua. Ml (.U 4. SUM HI ull DrutffbU.
In tlio Dli-trlol Court of Hie I'lillcil Slntos for
tlm District of NcbriiHkn. In tlio uiRllcr of
llnnryA. htevf us. tiBMkniiit, To the creditors
of llcniy A, biuvons, lmtiknitt: Nollco Is liero
bvKlvon tlialon tho 12th day of Janimrr. A.D.
1001 (ho nhnvo iinmrtl porson was duly nil
JiuIkCiI a bankrupt nul that tlio first mectinR if
creditors under Bald bniiknipicr will bo held
before tho undcrslKiicd reflrre, nt tils ofllco In
UaMliiRs, Nebraska, on tho Jritti day of January
A I). 1901, at 10 o'clock In tlrb forenoon, at which
time and plsc the creditors of said bankrupt
may attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, ezainlna the bankrupt on oath and
transact such other business may properly
come befero said meeting.
Dated Jan. 15th, 1801.
J. A, OAnnissn.
All perrons Interested wilt uke nolle that
Oliver Allen, did on January 21. 1901, file his
petltlan In the District Court of YVcbtier county,
S'ebruska. showiue, firm, thst he has been a
bona fide citizen of said cpuntr for mora than
one year last i't: aeconit.lhat his father and
mother uro dead, that be aTa been ralsod sltiro n
child one year old by James MoNutt, and dur
Iiir all of Mild time has been known by the name
of Oliver AtcNntt, and has douo hiifitiem In
such name, and acquired nrnperty interests
therein, and wan iRimrant of IiIh tiuo name un
til about tho rear 161X1; third that for his own
benefit, cpju'nlenci nd protection In business
mailers rjh property Interest he denlns that
bin iiHinof 'Uj'Rel, and to lesally nssumo the
iiiiii n n O 1 l.McNlllt.
Tho unlTT petlilon will be heard before said
I court at tlio next regular term thereof, to-wlt:
April mill, lull, m i:io tnuri iiimibu, hi lieu
Clc uil.ln.8l(l county, ai0o'lockn m,,oraioon
rimiil.lii aIil cour.lr.;
Ohveh Allek. Petitioner.
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By Ovkhmak 4c Ulacklkdok,
W. B ROBY,
Flour, Peed, Oats, Corn,
Bated Hay and Coal Oil.
HARD - AIVJD -
No. l Third Avenue, Roil
Chicago - Lumber - Yard.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
TROITeS lUXXMJBI&Ifc CO.
LUMBER and COAE,
t3u.il ell jcxsc material, Btc.
Red Cloud. - - Nebraska
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" II H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERT STOCKMAN AMD FARMER.
How many or you have lost the price of this Englno In one day on account of 1-s
sufficient wind to opt-ruto your wind mills, leaving your stock without water. Oct om
now to do your pumping when there is no wind or to do it rr-ularlv. Weather doc not
RH?? t.'t8 Tor.k' uot or "'"l11' wct or tlrJri wJntl or calm, it Is all the same, to this machine.
Will also Rholl corn, grind feed, saw wood, churn butter and Is handy for a hundred other
juun, iu ttiu iiiiuso ur mi mo mrm. unaui numing 10 Keep wnen not working, and onl 1
3 cents Dcr hour when worklnir.
sion nceqea, a groat, larxir anil money saver.
absolutely safe. Wo mako, all sites of Uasollne Kngines, from 1H to 75 horse power.
mm MlMltaa ntirl utnli,! nalana w
JM WIlVUtHt UIIU JVVmi I'li-wCB
City Dray and
B.HlL. ROSS. PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAUS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 62. .
ALWAYS ON TAP.
P 'CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
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HAFI A.rmliiM I, suite. lrtrU
tot uim;iuir.K'rt i:ruLi.sii
U UVJi n UoM tuctavU.o toxti Mtlei
wlthltntrltboQ. 'Ink no other. lUfiuo
Duniternnat HiitiKtllutlnn -uod Imttu
tlvna Hi) f jour Drm-j-iit or 'o-l ! to
umpff for I'strtlcularia TrtlmnlU
nl "Itelter f.tr Ltaille," t- itffr, by -
turn Mali. lO.Olill ItiLlmAbiikli. Mallfv
. ' ajB).'" h iiiaiv r w mi ic a a Vfu
OMoBlUif.f.r. Madl.oil'tL,l'llll.A.. VX.
11 TtrnvjUli I'kUkaa'. 1 I.. ..I. .-.
CTtcuiMt and bfiutlllci tbt hair.
lTooiottt a laiutuni itowuu
Haver Talla to lleitora Oraj
Ualr to Ita Youthful Color?
Carw Kilpdimxi a balr lilluif.
tcaip aimm a niir iui
G. V. AnGABRIGHT,
ARTISTI PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Red Cloud. Nor ska,
Landscapes, Flowers, Fruits antl Por
traits madn to order.
STUDIO IN DAMERKLL BLOCK.
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Look Box ia. Quids Hock, Neb.
ill kinds of property bought, sold mitt
Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
completely set up, ready to run, no founda-
Knnulrett nraotlcallv no attention, and la
CO.. OfllAHfl, NBfi.
of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
B. ft M. R.T
RED CLOUD NEBR.
LINCOLN DENVER T ' -
82. JOE 8AL2LARECT .'
KANSAS CITY PORTLAND ,
82. LOUIS and 8AA FRAXCl&Co
all points cast and and all pointt t
south. west. . ',y,
TnilNB LIAVS AS rOLLOWS!
No, 13. Passenger dally for Oberlln
and 8t. Francis branches. Ox.
ford, McC'ook, Denver and all
points west 8:25 a.m.
No, 14. Passenger dally for St Joe,
rtangas iny, Aicnison. bt.
I.nill. f l,.Att1 ..la U7Hn.M.A
and all points cast and south 815 p
17. Passenger, dally. Denver, all
i tonus in loioraao, man ana
California - .... 8:
18. 1'AKeciiRcr. dally for Ht.
Kanims City. Atchison. Ht.
Louis and i
1 points cast and
south -.-... in-nn m
Nn. 141. AccommodHtlon, dally excejit ' '
Suiiday. IIuMIiiiib. tlraml U
land, illack IIIIIh nnd all
XolutB Iu tlio northwest l:00nm
ccomiiKidHtliiii, iliillj except
hlllliliiy, (Itierlln. Iuiiii-hs, anil
InicrmeillHto Minions, vlii lie
niibllenn.. I2:3()n m
No, CI. I'mlght. dully, W')mnre and l
St. Joe and Intermediate
junction iinluis I3:t5nm
No. B3. Krrlclit. iIhIU for llepiibllcnu
wen m. m.
60, KrelElit, ilnlly exi-ept "'uii'iYnv ' ' '
f...ir. .........i.ii'. . ,. .
...I t iiuiii-niiuiiii iiiillll CHSI o. sa.m.
Prelum ilnlly In Oxford and
iniermeaiHtii poinis... . I:30nm
SlecpliiB. dliiliiR, and reelluliiK chair oars,
(teats free! ou through trains. Tlf keUsold and
maTsrcSnada'! ,0 "' r""U '" ,lle Vttlled
For Information, tlmo tables, maps or tickets
call on or address A. Conover. Agent, lied
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, Qeueral Paaienger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska. ius
Notice of Final Settlement.
State of Nebraska. I
Webster County, f"
bhikl'Unly 0f Wcb,tcr County, N-
wS'eS.0' U,e "fte of AI.Mnd.ro.
Now on this 23d day of November loon p.m.
H. M. Cechrsne . executor ofiimc.tatl wd oh?d
ol?ero7de..7r.d,.Vo75,,n, "S led'n0?o?,.2
It Is therefore orjlCreil tliHt tho soils dav of na.
comber, lliop. at lfT o'clo. k in Ihe oreiiooii a
the office of the county Judeein Ml.) cot"" y and
state.be. and ihn uini iL !'... ...'.. ""l"'"'m
time and placo for hesrl nil sal '., I.ifii '""J
II ir nltil ullninliii. l-l ''' "U
It Is further ordered (lint
notice to all per'ons Inure n,i
thntlineand place llxed fot a
I 'II IT. lllllHV.
' his order to be pnhlUh ,t i ',j,' Z?
Cuirr, n weekly iifwsiBjvr nMt . aiitl In atoSi.
UllTOet.kNprlorlO.IHrIhV 'f r ald llPHrlnir.
ezamlnliiR and Hllowliigsald nceoi nts a d the
heirs of snld decean-d, mid nil jcrn , in efest
cd In unld estate nto revested to ap "e "r HUhe
Ime ami pace so leslKiintwl, nu.l iV ,,,"", "
If HIIVPZ ats. hhv i.al,l .,,,,,,"i., T."'.1"!
' -vviu,,, -linn J HOI )Q
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t f juty Judjje.
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