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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1901)
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Is very much liko the blossom
ing of n flower. Its beauty unci
perfection depends entirely
upon tho enre bestowed upon
Its parent. Hxpccwni mouicra
should have tho tenderest care.
They fchould bo snared nil worry
and anxiety. They should cat
plenty of good nourishing fowl
and tako gentle exercises. This
it. Ill . h Iahk ..tn.. tr.ttnrt ntnenn
ii j;i i 1UIJ; 4 mniini . ,... . -ing
their health and their benuty
ns well as that of tho llttlo one to
J come. But to bo absolutely suro
1 of short and painless labor they
regularly during the month of gesta.
tlon. This (i a Imple liniment, which
la to bo applied externally. It gives
strength and vigor to tho muscle and
prevents nil of the discomforts of preg
nancy, which women used to think
were absolutely tiecemnry. When
Mother's friend It used there If no
Oet Mother's Friend at the drug
store, 111 per liottle.
THE BRADHELD REGULATOR CO.
Writ for ear frrt book," rfor rulj It llotn " ,
Why You Should Insist on Having
EUREKA HARNESS OIL
Uiicmmled by any other.
Renders bard leather .soft. '
Keeps out water.
A heavy bodied oil.
n excellent preservative,
educes cost of your harness.
Never bums the leather; its
Efficiency is increased.
Secures best service.
Stitches kept from breaking.
s sold in all
Standard Oil Onpnny.
r. d. bbdford,
Rial - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent tor the Eqtitablr Like Assuk
' LR. b. A. Creighton,
Honorary Graduate & Silver Medalist
Wostern University, Canada.
OALLB Aa"wK DAT AND NlOIIT.
rrrca tib Ceex's Phiumact.
J. S. fcMIG-H,
1 TU WANT IT.
ton lrtyi Wirk ir Tielh Wittat FUUt
aVa all tat latest laprereaerit la festal aeoa
r We can surnish you brick in
any quantity at tin lowest pos
sible rate. Uiick on sale at
either of the lumber yaid.
Get Our Prices Before You
Red Cloud, Neb
For 14 Genls
Wt mill thff following riri A iu..Hr..
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.Mllll HID CO.. UCrMM.ITli. ,
Hatches all JIatchablo Eggs.v Uses
made. Require,, no supplied molst
5ff. Porloct yontlluUon. Equal
"TRESTER SUPPLY CO.,
103 B. l ith St., Lincoln, Nob.
, llMth WHtKt All tlbt jAUS.
Uctt lOUIlb tijTUD. Tones Good.
in time. Hold br dnik'aUtt.
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ONCE A HOUGJl TOWN.
Ava, III., Was at One Tlma Over
run by Desperadoes.
Aortic Mfmoralilc Inalnnara of Their
Itardlbfinil One of Thalr Num
ber Whii Win I'arllaa
In the enrly 70', wJiert the now
(lourlshirif; town of An wns known
by tho iiniiie of "IIcnd(uartcrs," it
wits overrun with roiih characters
and desperadoes of nil descriptions.
The plnec soon acquired such ft bad
rcpiitallon that strangers were afraid
to visit it. It was at this time, hnjn
n special correspondent of the Chi
cago Inter Ocean, that the Cnllnhnn
clan was in the height of its power.
Tlilsclnn wnsnn orf;nilied bnnd of out
laws, and Its members raided stores,
looted residences, mnde counterfeit
money and stole horses. In speaking
of the old Hcadquartern dnys, one of
Ava'a pioneer citizens tho other day
told of some of bis experiences.
"I wan at work on a new building,"
aald the old citizen, "whnn tho slier
Iff requested me to go with him to
arrest Hill Rollings, a notorious rob
bcr. He hnd another picked man, and
we set out. The man we were to ar
rest, or kill if necessary, had been lo
cated In a small log cabin among the
hills a mile south of town. The coun
try vtas then in timber and was rough
and unbroken. We mnde our plans
as we rode along, and we were deter
mined to make the arrest or die in
trying it. We knew the character of
the man we were after, and we were
prepareil for busiuchs.
"Arrlxing near the cabin, we dis
mounted anil crept up as noiselessly
as we could. 'I'hu shanty was sur
rounded by a stone wall about four
feet lil'h When we had almost
renched ihu place the outlaw's dog
barked, and t lie next thing tlint hap
pened the sheriff's hat. was knocked
on" li a rllle ball, which mIm took a
little of his hair. We dlscocred that
the robber was fortified behind the
stone wall, nnd It was quite evident
that wo were in for n siege, so we
stationed oursehes behind soma trees
nnd tired a olley at the desperado.
We knew we could not hit him, but
we wanted to make him thoroughly
understand that we were not going
to be driven away empty handed. The
fellow shot nt us every time he got
a chance, nnd we returned his shots.
"After lighting Indian fashion for
quito nwlille, the sheriff said that
something must be done, as his time
was valuable. He suggested 'that we
make a charge on the fortlflantlon of
the enemy. First he tied his hand
kerchief to a stick and waved it from
behind a tree.
" 'What do you want, Mr. Sheriff?
sang out Hill, the bandit.
" 'I want you to Burrender,- nm
" 'I nln't going to do It replied our
man. ' 'cause I ain't done anvtr,l-w
The sheriff then gave the word, and
away we started. Our sudden move
seemed to have caught the robber off
his guard, nnd wc were right up to
him before hu tried to shoot. When
we renched him he was chewing to
Imcco the fastest I ever did see a man
chew. He reminded me of a sheep
eating green clover. Hut he was cool
and collected, just the same. Al
though we hnd him covered with our
guns, he Jerked his big Colt's re
volver from hi belt and flred point
blank at the sheriff. The ball passed
through the sheriff's arm, making u
painful flesh wound. The other dep
uty and myself then Jumped on the
man and succeeded in putting the
irons on him, but he rnado an ugly
fight, and it was all we could do to
handle him. ITe was a powerful man,
over six feet In height, and all muscle.
"Wc then dressed the sheriffs in
juries as best we could and started
back to town with our prisoner. We
got along without any trouble. Short
ly afterwurd we caught Kollings'
brother, but that's another story."
Die Kollings boya and ten other
men were sent to prison nnd served
15 years ench. At one time the clan
hnd a membership of 26, but there
were only ten or 12 who did the rob
bing. The others assisted in making
the plnns and took charg of the
Aluminium fur Soldering Halla.
Among the uses recently found for
nluminium is the soldering of iron rails
end to end In order to obtain n smooth,
continuous track. Aluminium has the
property of producing grent beat In
the net of eombiuingwith ox.gen. The
ends of the rails are placed together
In n crucible filled with n mixture of
nluminium anil iron ore. Thcmlxtme
being fired, an intense heat results,
and the rails nre Hrmlj soldered togeth
er. This is snid to be quite ns cillcn-
clous as the electric method of ol dar
Resolutions of Respect.
WnKWCAS, Through tho will of di
vino I'rovitlonco, Contralto Grant has
boon deprived of a faithful wlfo, tho
children a loving iiiotuor, thoreforo bo
Rosolvcd, Thai Garliold Post No. 80,
Department of Nebraska O. A. R ox
tend their sympathy to tho berenved
family in their sad hour of deep iifllio
tion. That theso resolutions bo put),
lished in tho city papers anil Unit a
copy of tho snnio bo sunt tho family
and that they bo sproail on tho record
of the post. ,
I'. N. UlCHAIinSON,)
104KVII t.AllllKU. r
J. S. WlIlTK, )
Low Rates, Wst and Northwest,
At n tinio of tear when thoitoanils
wilt t jiKii nilv iiitntfcA of tin in, tin Hurl
ingloii Route iiinkt'o sweeping icduct
Ions in i s tntei to tho West and North
westto Utah, Montana, Washington,
Oregon alul lliitisli Columbia.
Dates: Kobiunry 13, 10 mid i!G.
March fi, 12, It) and 2(1. Apill 2, I), 10
23 nnd 30 Rnttwnro shown below:
To Ogdon, Salt Lake, Hut to, Helonn,
Anncondn, and Missoula: $211.
To nil points on the Northern l'acillc
Ry. west of Missoula, including Spo
knnc, (Snnttle, Tncoiim, I'oitlaud, as
well ns Vancouver, and Victoria, II C.
To nil points on tho Spoknuo Falls Hi
Northern Ry. nnd tho Washington &
Columbia River R. R $28.
Never has tho Pacific Northwest
been ns prosperous its now. Labor is
on constant iiutnnnti nnn wages nro
high. Tho money making opportuni
ties nro boyond numbor tn mines,
lumber, merchandising, funning, fruit
raising, lishlng, and all tho other in
dustries of a great and growing count
ry. Litoraturo on request frco. J.
1 rands, Gen'l Passenger Agon t , Omnbn,
Deafness Cannot be Cured .
by local application ns they cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho enr.
There is only ouo way to euro deafness,
nnd that is bylcousiittitionnl remedies.
Deafness is caused by nti inlbuncd con
dition of the) mucous lining of tho
Eustachian Tube. Whim this tnho is
inllained you have n rumbling sound or
Imperfect hem tug, nnd it is entirely
closed. Mi'iuiii'SH i mu resiiu, mm un
less thoinllamir.ation can ho taken out
mid litis tutu' irestorul to its nonual
condition, homing will bo destroyed
forover; ntno cases out of ten arc
mused by eatanh, which is nothing
but an inll.tineit condition of the
Wo will givo one hundred dollar for
nny ensu of Deafness (caused by cat
arrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catnrili Cure Send for circulars,
F. J. Ciiknky'& Co., Tolodo.'.O
Hold by druggists, 75u.
Hull's fmnilyjpills nro the best.
Tho smokers of Rod Cloud can linil
on salo by II. K. Grico nnd n few of tho
locol dealers ono of tho choicest and
most phonomonnl retailing cigars ever
manufactured in tho west, thu "Tuck"
cigar. It is hand mndo throughout and
untqunlcd in workmanship by nny 5
cent cigar on tho market. Tho "Tuck"
cigar has in its tiller tho finest grade of
old unllavored tobacco thatenn be pur-
draft is perfection. Tho "Tuck" cignr
Is packed in tin foil in packages of five
-).v. i.. ;.,- at keeping it
fresh, retaining the llnvor nnd protect
ing it from brenkngo when carried in
tho pocket."" Tho "Tuck" cignr is in
fact perfection in everything that is
required to make a choico smoke.
Thcro is no cigar" mado in tho livjo cent
cigars that equals tho Tuck cigar, in
lino workmanship, quality, draft and
filler. Try the "Tucks".
Jell-O, theNew Dtsaert,
pleases all the family. Four flavors:
Lemon, orange, raspberry and straw
berry. At your groceis. 10 ctB. rTry
What Shall Wc Have for Dessert?
Thin question arises in the family
every day. Let us answer it today.
Try Jell-O, a delicious dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No bnkingl add
hot water and set to cool. Flavors:
Lemon, orange raspberry and straw
bet ry. At your grocers, 10 cts.
are among the best known
of the many dangerous
wild plants and shrubs.
To touch or handle them
quickly produces swelling
and inflammation with in
tense itching and burning
of theskin. Theeruption
soon disappears, the suf
ferer hopes forever : but
almost 03 soon as tho little blisters and
pustules appeared the rcoison had reached
the blood, and will break out at regular
vated form. Tltis poison will loiter in the
system for years, and every atom of it
must be forced out of the blood before you
can expect a perfect, permanent cure.
AAA Nattre's AitNote
is the only cure for Poison Oak, Poison
Ivy, and all noxious plants. It ia corn
nosed exclusively of roots and herbs. Now
is the time to get the poison out of your
system, as delay makes your condition
Don't experiment lonccr with
salves.washes and soartsthev never cure Nebrnska. showing, nrst. that ne has been a
Y 7 . U.V Va luc' acvcrcun:,ii.nnn1ti.r 1 lenof said cottntv for iroruthan
Mr. S. M. Marahall. booVkrrnr of the Atlanta
(Ga.) Oas Light Co., was poisoned with riilton
Oak. He took 6ulphur. Arsenic and varioui
other drugs, and applied externally nttmeroui
lotions and salves wit It no benefit. At times the
swelling and inflammation was ro severe he was
almost blind, for eight earn the polkon would
break out every season. Ill, condition was much
improved after taking one bottle of S. 8. 8 , and
a icwnoitics cleared ins mood or the poison, and
all evidences of the dlseaso disappeared.
People are often poisoned wiUiout
knowlncwhenorhow Uxnlaiu vot r i-ae
, r"'"t "lien or now, ivXpiatii jouria-
fully to our physicians, and they will
cheerfully give such infonuatiou nnd ad-
vice as you require, without charge, ami
we will send at the Battle time an ititk'rej.t -
ing book on Blood and Skin Diseases.
tui vm f icirio oo, atunta, m.
THE GRIP EPIDEMIC.
The Disuse More Prevalent than Eyer
and quite as fatal. The best treatment.
Tlio grip has surprised tho doctors
and health autjiotilles this season by
its rapid spread and by nnm novel
symptoms. Whllo it spares nobody
it is proving especially dangerous to
middle-aged mid elderly persons. In
many casus either n intnl onset of
pneumonia, or a complete breakdown
of health nnd strength, is apt to fol
low an attack of grip.
Tho wise course for nil is prevention.
By wearing n Honson's Porous Plaster
on tho ciiest and back you protect tho
lungs from cold nnd chill and (with
ordinary cure) you nro safe from grip.
For those who aro nlrondy suiTeriivfi
from grip, or tho tisiufl winter coughs
and colds, Honson's Porous Plasters are
a suro nnd speedy relief and euro.
Highly medicinal and fcicntilio.
Refuse imitations nnd substitutes.
Only tho genuine nro elTcctlvo. Kx
nmlno when you buy. Seabury &
Johnson, Manufacturing Chemists,
Homeseekers excursion to points
north. On tho first and third Tues
days of January, Fobrunry, March,
April, May and June, 11)01, tickets will
be on salo at one farn plus $2.00 for tho
round trip, limit to twenty-ouo dajs
from tlato of sale, to several points in
Manitoba, Minnesota, North Dakota,
South Dakota and Wisconsin. See
ticket agent for further information.
A. CoNOVKit, Agent.
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days.
Morton L Hill of Lebntimi, Iml nn; ".My
wile liml liillnininiilory rlieiuniitlMa In every
muscle tuiil Joint; her MilTetlni: wh lirrllilentul
Iht luxly mill fitfuncrc nvoolen nlimxt Ixijotnl
recognition; lutil lien In I'd for Hx weeks Mini
liml elKlit J 1 1 y f 1 1 Iiiiih, Iml reeelveil no liciinllt
ui'tll ilu tried tlii! .Mj Kile Cure for lllieutnutlMii.
ItK'ivu him dilute relief nml Mie whn iilile lo
wnl nliout la three lit h I nni Mire It euU'd
licrllfc." ol by II. K. Crlce. Drn'ist, lleil
" Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
MvHIcCiiro lo' rlieniiHtlMii mill iietirnlKlfi
n-Hillly eiircN In from one to three Ihh. Its ho
tlon upon Hie system In rcinnrknble. hwImjh
tcrlou. It remove tit once tliuesuse nml the
(IlKeii'c Immediately illiiienrH. Tlio llrrt iluhe
Kreatlyljeneflls. ?5ccntH. Soli) by 11. K. Urlce,
ltcil Cloud, Neb.
Thousands Have Sidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling Indicates an
tion of the kid
neys; if It stains
your linen It Is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass It or pain in
der are out of order.
What to So.
There 13 comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In curing rheumatism, pain In tho
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
durlng-the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
realized. It stands the highest for Its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists In 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may havo a sample bottle of this
wonaertui discovery fC'KL
and a bpfak that tells
more about It, both sen
absolutely free by mall,
aaaress ur. Kilmer at. rtomo of swamp-Eot
Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer In this paper.
loot Uta tboald avrar Knwliwud. objeetlgn to tba
awl ettfctrtto 1 dlwMHWtr eoativ retetioa whit
wiiwaj. t ana on cat
InlheDlKtrlctCourtof the United (states for
the District of Nebraska. In the matter of
Henry A. Stevetu, bankrupt. To tnc creditor of
IltnryA. St. reus, bnnkrupt: You are hereby
notified that Henry A. Stevens, bankrupt has
tiled hit peiltlan for discharge nnd It Is or
dered that the 2nd day or March A.D. 1901 be
and the a. mo tallied as the date oner before
wblrh all creditor! of. and nil pernoni Inter
ested In said estate, and In the matter of dis
charge In bankruptcy of said, bankrupt, sbslllf
tberdcKlre tootipose tho samo (lie lurnj ofllro
in iiasiings, iiaiirnsia, in 1
ncaraiice in wrltlne In an
aid dlstilct iuelrap
prslllou to the gram
iiiKOf said dlsrhartte. nnd olio within Undnts
thereafter tlio in my snld offlro specIflcntUua f
tno grouniiN ar hh'o oimiohiiioii.
Dated Febr. 15, II H.
J. A. OAimiNin,
iS Iteferee In Bankruptcy.
In tho District Court of the United States for
the District of Netiriukn. In tlio matter f
.Tamps 8. White, bankrupt. To cri-ditors nf
.IniiH'H S. White, banirupt: Nolle Is hereby
ttlvrn that en tho eth day of reliruari, A. 1).
1UUI, the Hbove uamed pert on was duly adjudged
a bnnkrupt, and that the lint mecllnxof cred
itors will be held before the uudrwned Iff
eruui blsofllOH In llaflltiHS. Nuuraska. on the
2Mli day of Kebrtiao, A. I). 1001, at 4 o'clock In
the afternoon at which time the creditors may
attend, prove tbelr claims, appoint a trustee,
examine the bankrupt en oath, and transact
sueh other business as, may tiroperly come be-
furn aald meelllic
Dated Febr. U, 1001.
J. A. OARD!HCn.
Tron Interested will take not
Ter AIICI1. UIM mi uniii.ni 61. iwi,
iiltlt.n In the District Ceurtuf Webster county,
our year last last; second, thai bta father and
motuer arc lienil, iiihiud un. iwch inniu ruiuu n
mild one year old by Jamna MeNtitt. and dur
Ing rll of Mild tlmo hua been known by the name
of Oliver MuNutt, and hnsileno buoluess In
Htirh name, und acquired prbperty Interests
llionlii. and was Ignorant of ltta tiue name un
til rtlxini the ear IHW; thltdrlhal for his own
bot'eflLconvinlruri- rud protection In business
..... u .1 .......i.l,r l,ilbffv.MlH ti .1ilrra thu,
I hMiamnberli nged. nnd lo legally assume the
nn.eo niie McNuu.
Tn" '"V1 l'm" w " b.e near' be'or. ,",1''
r, , ,ll0 m.xt regular term lliereor, to-wllj
April I5th, lotii. at tho Court House. In lied
Ciiud.lnsMdeour.iy.'ailOo'tlo kit m.,orassoon
1 m.tvitn allien. Petitioner,
1 Uy Oy.ii.un A iiLicKLrnnr '
twf mH mm itiw
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
Baled Hay and Coal Oil. -
HARD - -AJVO -
No. i Third Avenue, Red
PLATT & FREES CO..
-Chicago - Lumber - Vard.
TRADERS IXJMBESR CO,
LUMBER and COAI
ttailclii3.a' m.ote:rio.l, Bto.
Red Cloud. - - Nebraska
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" II H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
now many or you have lost tlio price of this CurIiio in ono day 011 account of la.
sufficient wind to opvriito your wind mills, icuvlui? our Mock without wnter. Oct ono
now to do your puinplnR when thorn is no wind or to do It rp-tiliirl-. Wouthor doos not
a (Tec t Its work, hot or cold, wet or dry, wind or calm, It Is a. iho sumo to this machine.
Will also shell corn, prlnil feed, saw wood, churn butter nnd Is handy for a hundred other
jobs In tho house or on tho farm. Cots nothlnR to keep when not worklnir. nnd onlr 1
to a cents per hour when worklntr. Shipped cnmplotoly set up. ready to run. no founda
tion needed. 11 gre'it lnlor and money silver. Hpqulres prnctlonlly no attention, nnd l
HwoluUMy safe. o mnko nil Blzcs or UiiBoIIno Knglnes, rrom 154 to 75 tiorso power. Writ
or circular and special prices.
FAIRBANKS, MOSSB St CO.. OOIAHA. NEB.'
City Dray and
B, IftZ. ROSS. PROP.
Goods Delivereu .. oart of the city
t-in.0oC as jow as the Lowest .
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
PABST MILWAUKEE Beer
ALWAYS ON TAP.
E'OHICHEaTKR'SJ KNQLIBH .
MUNjUrS. Alw.j.r.ll.bl. La4U, Unitrlrt
P9V VU1VIUU1 bib D " w.
la UKD aaa 0ld UDi tiw. ull
wlthSlurtkbta. TakBotkr. RrM
Daaajaraaa Mak-iUtatlau n ImlU
ttm. Bi .t jr JJragti, r Mtd 4. la
Unix r Partlalara, TMtlaualala
ul ' lleltaf Tmr La4lca," tn Mur, b; rt
larmM.ll. IO.OUOTmUe.dIiI.. S.ldii
OlttDM, and. txautlflea lb htil.
l'rtimntel a ltlxurUDl CTOWU1.
Merer Tails to Ileitore Oray
liair .9 ne xeuimui uoiur.
Cuni Mlp ditrawa hair dUlng.
G. V. ARGABRIGIIT,
ARTISTI PORTRAIT PAINTER.
1 ItKD Cloud. Nebraska,
Landscapes, Flowers, Fruits and Por
traits iiiittlo to order.
BTUDIO IK DAJlUrtKLL BLOCK.
1. 13. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Look Uox S3. Guide Itock, Neb.
W kinds of property bought, sold sad
Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
Coal and Cement.
B. & M. B.T
RED CLOUD NEBR.
Bl. LOUIS and
all points east and
BALI LAKE CT
and all point
rains umti as follows:
No, 13. Passenger dally for Oberlln
and 81. Francis branches, Ox
ford, XcCook, Denver aad all
points west .. g
No, 14. Passenctr dally for St Joe,
Kansas city, Atchison, 81.
and all points east and south 8 '15 p. as
, Passenger, dally. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
No. 18. Passenger, dally for StrJoe.
Kansas City. Atchison, at.
Louis and all points east and
south- . 10:00a m
No. 144. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Hasting. Grand li.
land, Black IIIlli and all
points In tho northwest.. 1 :00 n sa
No. 148. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, via Ie-
FrpJeht. datlv nrrnnnMWi '
-- ..--, , . ..M.W.B HUU
o. iiwj niiu inicrmnniein
63. Freight, dally foTffepiibiican
"' ituiUMum auu an points
k. a w,iis. H..i--rr."s""-.-!--uu.ni.
ror Wymoreandall point cast 6,45 am
No. 173. PrclRht dally to Oxford and '
Intcrmedlato points l:30nm
Sleeping, dining, and recllnlug chair cars
(seats f reel on through trains. Tlckots sold nod
sKeWrSnatt? ' ""' P'nt "' W '
Notice of Final Settlement.
State nf Nebraska, I
Webster County! f,H 1
Inbrt1ka,U,,ty Court of Wobs,er bounty. Ne-
Wni.sic'esVe'.i. f he e,ta,e of tM 0.
itNMWn0n.,.,bU23ad,'of Norembcr. 1900 came
II. M. Cochrane, executor of said estate kn'rt 11 "Jf
his (lnal account as such wecutor in . "'?
Jjyl Petition praying for i ffial MMlSa-ntM
allowance of sad account aa fiiA .Sf vlna
order of distribution. n,ctl'nl foraa
heirs of sld deceased, and all : wrsoni ?'i5?.ih.8
el tn snhl estate are reqi eted to n. XS..J 2le.ix
time and place so deslgnatwl iml 'fcK,i ,Une
II Is further ordered that ssldcxceuiorglra
notice to all persons Inirreucd In said..?.. .
HiHilme and placo fixed fo ' V?. 1 " e of
Imr aniUeiiHtiK said : account br ?.ni ?" alluw'
j;f this order loBbS publW d ffi ' ,V.S!.VopI
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