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KED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. APRIL 19, l!M)7,
Complies with .ill requirements of
Latest book is the most
beautiful vc ever issued.
Pictures in natural co
of 97 presents for the u
of Arbuckles' ARIOS
Coffee. Will be sent
to any one who writes for it.
Do you rcali.-c what a great business this
Arbucklrs' ARI05A Coffee u? As many cs
30,000 lcttes fct presents ore received here in a
dav. In n year vc dupatched tour million
individjal presents to our customers presents
that brought letters of thanki end upprsciatiou in
Here is one from Mrs. De
" I appreciate highly
the beautiful presents sent me
THE LAST CHAPTER.
City's Title to Old F. ft M. Bank Build
.ludge Adams this week finally con
tinned the sale of the old F. Ik M. bank '
building by which act the city's title i
is made clear. ,'nbi (). -.w. vnM
hud a S.'iHO lien on the property, agreed
not to oppose the contltm.ition if the
city would settle with him. anil upon
this understanding the continuation
of the sale was made, .lust what will
be done with the building is hard to
tell. Some advocate turning the build
ing into a city library and city hall.
Others want to use it as a V. .M. ('. A.
building. For our part, we believe the
building should be. put in first class
repair and then sold, so the city can
get its money. The building is worth
S.1000 or SOOOO. and this amount of
monev nlaccd in the city
would be a great help.
Interesting Legal Point.
The suit of Dr. Cook against the
State Hank for back rent alleged to be
due was tried in the district court
this week and decided in the favor of
defendant. Sometime after Dr. Cooks'
purchased the State Hank building l
froinJM. It. Hentloy he raised the rent
on the banking room from .ll to 87.1 j
per month. This increase the bank re-'
fused to pay, elaiining their lease had .
not expired. Dr. Cook refused the '
tender of S:ii per month offered by the
bank, and brought suit for the entire
amount, .ludge Adams held that the
old lease was still in force, and the
doctor was given a judgment for "Hi ,
per month for eight months, amount-'
ing to SWS. The point was raised1
that even if the three-year lease had
expired, it was renewed for another
three years by implication unless the'
parties had made a new lease or the
owner of the building hail given notice
of a raise in rent six months prior to
. the expiration of the lease.
Strolim Fined 9100.
A. 10. Strohui. who is serving out a
fine of StiOU and costs, for illegal liquor
selling, was arraigned again this morn
ing on the sumo charge, lie pleaded
guilty and was handed another pack
age of 8100 and costs, .lust what
purpose is being served by boarding
Htrnliiu lit the county jail free of
charge is hard to determine. Ho cer
tainly has been sutllciently punished
for his wrongdoing.
oriiKit ( am:.-.
State of Nebraska vs. Hose I), litis
sell: to keep the peace; continued.
Joseph Solium vs. Joseph Weisinger:
lOmpire Moulding Works vs. Albright
ltros,; appeal: settled and dismissed.
Hen II. Anderson et al. vs. llobort
"Vunton; damage; settled and dismissed
ut platntitt s cost.
Carolyn 10. Hoggcss vs. A. l Kaley;
m r v rftK-vu m t tsr i i f k" u . rn ui vvtiHSW i - w . v j -
7l8ifl w&&Sfl mw? -- ($&&3$y
the National Pure Food Law, Guarantee
ywf i l s
brs Kf V. ? rN
ers JA M JM
. f i y r v CI TV i
free V. Z fl
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from you from time to time and
will say that rour coffee is the
l 1. "l 1 .1 1 . -it ! i'i
leading brand on the market,
the purest, best and healthiest
coffee ever made I have been a
user or n tor l? years ana win i
want it as long as life lasts. The
coffee is worth three times its
present market value."
damage. Settled and dismissed.
I Landsman Hirschheimer Company
J vs. Alfred Iludcll et al.t'appcal. .ludg-,
incut for plaintilV for SMO and costs j
' as per stipulation.
Mary A Killough vs. Mark M. Mil- j
Verdict for defendant.
vs. Joseph It. Tingley:
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foreclosure, of tax lien.
ed and deed ordered.
Charles F. (Juiid vs. Charles Levura
I et at.; petition. Sale confirmed, deed
In the matter of the application of
Lewis W. Moans, executor, for license
to sell real estate
Sale conlirmed and
Vcnora (iressvs. Henry K. Gross; tli-
. vorce. Decree for pluintifl'.
i Thomas .1. Uodgors vs. Lorotta Hod
ge rs: divorce. Decree for plaintiff.
I Itiirnliaiu, llaniia, Mungor Co. vs.
treii.Mirvl,w"1-" """l" " - mm " .,....-
I William X. Uiehardson vs. Rudolph
i if.....i 11...1..11 v. .. . .,..,,,,..1 r. .,:,..
It. K'ummer: foreclosure of mortgage.
Settled and dismissed.
City of lied Cloud vs. Michigan Trust
Co.; confirmation. Continued as per
Catherine A. (Jarber vs. L. Itaum;
specific performance; continued.
.John It Crury, 'idininistrator. vs. W.
II. D. Searl: settled and dismissed.
Lucy A. Dickorson vs. Alvin Crosier
ot al.; petition in equity. Decree for
plaintiff at pluintitV'.s cost.
Starke ltros. vs. C. It. - ,. My. Co.;
appeal. Verdict for plaintiff ini sum
of 8 1 .'..
Henry Cook vs. State Hank of Ued
Cloud: petition. Verdict for plaintiff
for S'.'s'S, plaintiff's cost.
Hertlui i. Dennett vs. Marcellus .
Dennett: divorce. Decree for plain-
Henry (Seuereux vs. Mary (lencreux:
divorce. Decree for plaintiff
Isaac II. Holmes vs. Sarth .1. Vaughn:
attachment. Judgment for plaintiff
for SiiS. ','." ami sale of attached prop
A. .M. Siiuerson vs. Farmers' Co-operative
Shipping Association: attach
ment. Dismissed at plaintiff's cost.
Charles Fussier vs. Mime. Same set
tlement. Henry Cook vs. State Dank of Hod
Cloud; petition. Settled ami dis
missed at. plaintiff's cost.
City of Hed Cloud vs. Farmers and
Merchants Hanking Co.. et al.; equity.
Deport of Deceiver Yeiser received and
confirmed and discharged: sale con
firmed and deed ordered, deceiver D.
J. Myers ordered to pay into court all
moneys by him collected as such re
ceiver. Two days' treatment free, King's
Dyspepsia Tablets for impaired diges
tion, impure breath, perfect assimila
tion of food, increased appetite. Do
not fail to avail yourself of the above
offer. Sold by Henry Cook.
No. 204 1 , filed at Washington.
Millions of persons in every part
of the country drink no other
Coffee, and swell tno sales of
Arbuckleo' ARIOSA. until they
exceed the combined :;a!cs of all
the oilier packaged coffees.
Arbuckles' ARIOSA is the
best Coffee for you, saves your
money, ana gives you presents
becides. Sped; softly but plainly
to your grocer man if lie tries to
sell you cull: collee. 1 eu mm
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If your rjTocer won t supply, write to
ARRUCKLE DUOS.. New Yoik Gty.
Business College Notes
Most of the students are attending
the meeting at the M. K. church.
lie goes to Franklin the :.' in the in
terest ot the Franklin Hand.
Our Normal class students are tak
ing the State examinations this week.
Prof. Diotriok has had the third call
to give an entertainment in Dim; Hill.
Hev. Ilarrctt. who is holding meet
ings in tho M. K. church, is the kind
j "r il mi" tll!lt people will believe in
I as a leader.
Kay Palmer, Lena Hornianson and
Pearl llines. from the college, attend
ed the basket supper at Pleasant Hill
school house Wednesday night.
We had a number of visitors this
week, it being court week, and people
in the city are taking that privilege
of visiting the college. You are wel
come at any time.
Frank Watson, from Womer. was a
visitor Wednesday. We are always
glad to welcome any of our old stu
dents. Frank is farming this spring
and planning to attend school again
Prof. Dietrich and wife made an
other pleasant journey into the coun
try near Amboy Wednesday night.
One of our rural mail carriers. Mr.
Dickson, who makes that territory.
took us out along with Miss llattio
Smith, and witli the two miles north
and five east we soon landed at the
Pleasant Hill school house, where the1
entertainment and basket supper were
to be held. People were a little late
in gathering, but wo believe they
were all there, and by K:.'l(i Mr. Diet-,
rick was telling his funny stories and
reciting those side-splitting, fun-pro- j
diicing productions of Carloton. Field, '
Kiley. Drooks. Craw fiord and many
others. Misses Saladeii and Honor
each sang a very pretty song and after '
the Indian club drill we were all ready J
for the supper. Jake lOllinger. that
public talking machine and the best
auctioneer of Webster county, then
kept up a stream of talk with an oc
casioned "Sold!" until all those big
baskets were sold for some fancy ,
prices. Juki' knows how to sell bas
kets, and we believe he could sell kids
and calves, too. The proceeds amount
ed to a little over H'. Miss Annie
(iilliiuu is the teacher, and from all
Indications she must be one of the
best. Then that supper. Phew! Was
n't It great'.' Some people even had a
jug with thorn. Others had bottles
and fruit jars, and the writer actual
ly had a tasto of the contents, too.
Wo never get In the vacinlty of Am
boy but there meets us a peaceful
wave which seems to radiate from
somewhere in that part of the country,
I They told me that they actually had
nn election of ollleors in the Ladies'
Aid Society at Aiuboy and every one
felt good over tin; result. Did you
ever hear the like? Hut I am told
that A in hoy people always feel good
over ovorytnlng. Let us hear the con
j elusion of the whole, matter, when we worn in a day than he can as the re
go to farming and want n good place j cords now stand. Aside from unr
. . - . . . i
to live pcacably the rest of our days, ' pecuniary motive, a county possessing
we go to Amboy. ! the wealth of tills county might to
-- .have a court house to which ther
Records In Danftcr. could point with pride, iii place of th
If the people' of Webster county , Ml1' ohl r,lsl,1"l! " trap we now
generally It now the actual condition , Imsscss
of the county records at the present' -..
time and the great danger they are in ! Orftan Fund Concert,
from lire and otherwise, there certain-j An audi once whioh taxed the eupac
ly would not be one thoughtful voter ' ity of the building gathered at the
who would cast his vote against the Christian church Wednesday evening
court house bonds. Kvory voter
would be prompted to vote for the
bonds from u business .standpoint in
which lie was personally Interested if
nothing more. The records showing
tho chain of title to every piece of real
estate in this country are in danger of
being destroyed by fire every day and
every night in the year, for the reason
that they are not contained in a fire
proof building. 10 very voter should
stop to think what it would mean to
tho county and to him personally if
these records were lost. It would
mean that the records showing title to
his property were lost, that every
man who owned real estate would bo
forced to employ an attorney and at
tempt to quiet the title tohis property
and perhaps his home by an action in
court, which would mean a grout ox-
penso and at the end leave the title
questionable. It would mean that he
would have dilllcnltv and dolav in
making a loan or in selling his proper-
ty, and possiblv that either would be
impossible, and all of this because
Wobster county had been careless
about the keeping of its records. At.
the present time the records of tin
county treasurer and the clerk of the
district court are keep in a place that
is so damp that they are decaying,
and this is necessary in order to parti-
any protect mem irom tire, wiuie me i serves everything nice that can bo
records showing title to real fstuti" . sriiil alirMtt it. It is a bright, newsy
have no fire protection whatever. ' littlt paper, and every issue contains
When we stop to consider the great ' .something for the gl.od and welfare
cost and expense that every man in f the citizens of Guide Hrtek ami vieiu
the county would incur in the event jty, Us well as many things of inter
of lire it would seem that every think- ,..,t to tho people of the county in gell
ing voter would vote for a better L,.rt. t is neatly made up aiid print
place to keep the county records, from tMi( showing the hand of the master
a business standpoint if for no other ,,,-intor. Our only reason for not men
reason. We can protect buildings tioning the matter before was that wo
srom loss by fire by insurance, but i supposed the eiti.ens ir Guide Rock
there is no way by which the records know a good thing when they saw it.
can be protected except by keeping Saw will you be good?
them in a suitable tire prmof building. . 1 .
nsnio irom ine uanger oy nro. tno re-
cords at the present time are so incoii-
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veniently arranged that the comity in
put to considerable- expense because
of additional help, which would br
avoided if tho records were arranged
in a modern way. for the reason that
one man could do a great deal more
to hear the concert, given for the bene
fit of the organ fund. The program
was a very good one. being composed
almost eutirly of classical music. It
would be a ditlleiilt matter to say
which numbers were the most pleasing.
To our uncultured oar, the last num
ber on the program. "Slumber Time,"
by the ladies' quintet, was the most
pleasing, particularly the contralto
part sung by Miss Winnie Sherman.
Mr. Halter's violin playing and Mr.
Snapp's numbers on the clarinet and
saxophone won' also of exceptional
merit. .Miss Helen Overman's soprano
solo was a splendid selection. Miss
Overman has a sweet, woll-t ruined
voice, but there is a quaver in it which
gives it a note of falseness that grates
on the nerves of some people. The
orchestra, numbers were also very line
i as was the vocal trio by Misse- Igou
and Wert and Mr. Haker.
Here Yotl Are.
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Tin. Ni.u'u ,i Hi' wiinl. 1 lilrn iin.
I .S1... ((l i,.,.... H ii,,.. ..omolimont-
' ary notice in the l'i Cloud papers
' ,),,t' vv' 't quite conclude to bubbli
over in lielialf of Unit court house
proposition in order to get it. -tiiiido
Koelc News Letter.
The News Letter does not need to
truckle in order to get a compliment
ary notice from Tin: ('nii:i It do-
rjot one of h(nv cIm.Uli we
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