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I carry a coir- etc lino of strictly fresh Groceries,
and my prices are such that it will pay you to do
your buying in this line of us. Only the first-class
brands of canned and package goods carried.
All staple Groceries in bulk at Bed-rock Prices.
H f i' In a (Jroccry More tnoro than in anything else,
ft UluUllllllvJu buyers should demand Absolute CleaulineH.s.
tt Vr cannot buy Groceries in n dirty, Ill-kept place nnd bo sure
Vr cannot buy GroccricB in a dirty, ill-kept place nnd bo sure o ff
ff pure goods Cleanllncsr.and sanitation arc our hoblne. : : : :
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Lotlftr anil Church Directory
Charity Lodge No. .Vl, A. I- and A
M. meets at Masonic 1 1 till every 1st
-and :id Kriday. K. B. Toe, W. M. A.
D. Scllars Secretary.
Red Cloud Chapter N'o 11). Koyal
Arch Masons meets every Second and
Fourth Friday. 1) V. Turntire, H. P.
II. A Letson, Secretary
Cyrciiu Commandcry No. H.KnightB
Templar meets every First Thursday.
II. A. Letson, K. C. D. V. Turnure,
I. o. o. F.
Meets every Monday Night. C. II.
JIale, N. (5. 0. C. Te-tl. Cleric.
Meats First and Third Thursday, In
I. 0. 0. P. Hall. Mrs. Lottie Smith,
N. G. Carrie FInlsworth, Secretary. JJ
Corner ot Otlt Avenue ami chestnut Street.
10 n. in .Stititintli School
tin. m. I'rcachliiK
7:15 p. in riirlhtlnu Wurku'hllniul
).00 p. 111 l'rcnchlnu
All are Invited to attend.
.1. K. .1 miiiok. Minister.
it.ei: (i:ri.scui'Ai.) ciiuhch
lluv. J. Ml Hates, l'swtor.
hervleo thu llrst two Hundnj'H In
Holy Communion at inoriiliii; hei vices on
tlm tlrnt .Sunday.
Hnnday rcIiooI nt 12 o'clock every Sunday
Mrs. lv.lt. Smith, erlnten .Siiiulei)t.
In CititisTiAN enuiicii Kvkiiy Loan's Day
illhlf school 10 a. in.
'.ScriiioitMiml Coiiummlon II a. in.
I'hrUtlan Kndeavor 11:30 p. in.
I'rc.iehlnu 7::t0 p. in.
I'rayiTH and praise, Wednesdays,. 1M p. in.
'Seats tree, (lood iiiunIc. Come, lirlngyour
lllliles, friends and tcood cheer.
I,. Aa. llusso.Vd, .Minister.
'MOUlt.SorSKltVU.'KAT.M. K. CHUUCIl
Sunday School 10 A. M.
I'rcnchliiK II A. M.
Class nieetlliK I'2 M.
Kpwprth lenguo 7 I. M.
l'reachlin; 8 1'. M.
I'raycr nuetliiK Wednesday evening K I'. M
Ladles A'ld l'rlday '2 1'. M.
Your presenco Is requested and a cordial
invitation Is extended to all.
m. T. srui i.rn 1'ahtor.
4IOl'!tK OK SKIlVlCi: AT l'l)N(MtK(i.
S V llll.VI It SlUlVK KH.
Itlblf BdlOOl U) , in,
l'rcnclilm! u n. in.
l'rc.ichliu; services 8 p. in.
l'rnyer ami Conlereaco incctlui; WciIiuk
Jay nt 8 . in.
A conllal Invltntlon Is cxteiulcil to all.
Ukv. A. A. Ciikssman TaBtor.
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Fresh and Salt Meats of All Kinds
'Red Cloud, Nebr.
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DR. E. A. THOMAS
Dr. T. A. Trumble, D. D. S.
Over Cotting's Drug Store.
Th WII-Cared For Plat
in the oeinetory is iiiways a source of
comfort to the relatives of the .sleepers
therein. On the other hand there is
always a reeling of neglected duty
when one visits an unmarked grave.
The Erection of a. Monument
will vanish such a feeling It need
not Li- expensive to lie artistic and ap
propriate. We shall bo pleased to
submit a variety of designs which wo
will execute at ii decidedly moderate
Red Cloud Marble and
E. McAllstor, Proprietor
Shops at IU:d CLoi'ii and Alma, Ni;iiii.
Publication e? Summons.
IX TUB DISTRICT COl'ItT OK WEUSTI'll
h K.tt-uutor ot the I ant
Will and Testament of
(It'orglftna Warner, deeeaseil,
Clftri'iieo Warner ami . ...
Mrs. Warner, his wife, first full naiiio an
known; It. A. Wliltuker, first full mimu unknown
ami Mrs. Wliltakur. his wife, llrst name un
known; lUunelit' i:-crs, imil
.loliu llBKtTh. hur litisliaiul:
Wlllliiiu.l. taker, ami
Mrs. Itukur. his wife, llrst iiaiiiu unknown:
Wltlhuii iiuiiper ami
Mr. Ilnpiiar. his w lie, llrst 11:11110 unknown;
hilla .sheriiinu, now- liowcn;
lleorKliiini linker, now DuWItt;
Marjorle K. Iluktr. now routs;
wmiain.1. A. linker;
Katherlne II. 1:. linker.
'I lie nlon mimed duffiidniiu unit en,ei of
tliemwlll take notlie that on. septonilirr :w,
I'JIO the iiInivii mimed plalntlll Hied his petit
ion nnd eoiunieneed nn action in the nhow
naniadeoiiri iiKiilust them, the object ami
pmjiror which mo to unlet In the plnlutlll
nsMiich I Mentor thu full U-mil nnd eciultnhle
title to nil the follow lin; deMirlbcd Inml to
wlf (hi North WesUJuarterof section twentj
one Jii. township two (j.. mime nine cji. in
W ebsttrldunty, Nebraska,
except lu each ol the defendants It. . Whit-
tlLar llt.nu.lwL l 1 ..
'v "hkbih, nun i inreiico warner,
nnumllMded one sUtecnth Interest In the
norm 1IJU.I., acres thereof; thai said shares he
lonurnicii in said parties and that pnrtltlon
he made nf.hiild premUes nccordlnijly, nnd
th eoMs, Including plnliitllls attornays feu
taxid proportlounttly nmlnst said several
Interests, nnd for uenernl equitable rellel.
on uru required to answer said petition,
on llle In tho olllce of the, citrk of sld Courl.
on or before Monday. November 1 1, 11)10.
Dated .September :W. 1910.
Irvlni; W. f'rnry.nsKxeeutorof the last
will aud testament of (leorslana Wnrn.
er. deceased, I'lnlntlil.
Ilyl.. II lllnckUdKt, his ttorney.
See The Chief for-up-date
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fuescSay, Oct . 1
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., SHARP
The undersigned will sell at Public Auction on the L. A.
Haskins' farm, 2 miles south and 2 1-2 west of Red Cloud,
the following property:
1&Q Head of Stock WO
-DESCRIBED AS F0LL0WS
10 Head of Horses 10
I gray horse wciirht IK)" lbs. l l,a, Ihhm- weight Dm). 1 hind; '.'year old Imt-e
colt weight I'JIHl,! black iniiri) initio colt I month', old. '2 gray two-year old
horse colts weight 1100 each, 'J mules one year old, I bay mare tvvo-yiats old,
weight !(), 1 sorrel mare 11 years old, weight 10."0.
56 Head of Cattle 56
II stock cows, some with calves by side, lo miloh cows, some fresh, some fresh
soon, fl steer calves, from 2 to 10 months old, 1 1 heifer calves, from 2 to C mos.
old, 1 Shorthorn bull, 2 years old, 1 red bull 18 mus old, 1 Shorthorn ( ow, (!
years old, 1 heifer calf (5 months old. Pedigrees furnished last four head.
94 Hogs Consisting of 14 brood sows, 80 shoats weighing
from 50 to 150 pounds.
Farm Machinery and Household Goods
One spring wagon. 2 lumber wagons, one hay rack and wagon, no feed grind
er, one Molinc riding lister, one walking lister and drill, one '2-row disc culti
vator, one disc harrow, one American manure spreader, '2 riding cultivators,
2 walking cultivators, one 2 section steel harrow, one riding plow, 2 walking
plows, one water cart, one Kndgate seeder, one road sura pur, 2 McCormick
mowers, a hay rakes, one Daln hay stacker, one Daiu hay sweep, one .'10-gal'
on kettle, one sled, one water tank, one set double harness, one set single har
ness one sot lly nets, about ul) tons alfalfa hay, also one Field sewing ma
chine, 2 ten-gallon milk cans, one DeLaval uream sepaiator.
lunch given by the Ladies' Aid of Mt. Hope Church.
J' "' cZnornOC, L. P. Johnson.
w. a. j, Mrs l. A. Haskins.
Red Cloud, Nebr., Oct. 4th, l!U
The Hoard of County Commlssioneis
met in regular session. Members ,
present J. (J. Overman, G. W. Hum-j
mcll, L. V. Schmidt, G. Ohmstede and '
T. J. Chaplin, chairman of said board.
On motion the followingclaims were
audited, allowed and the clerk in-,
structed to draw warrants on the Poor j
i'arm fund in payment of tho sume. I
J. (J. Overman railroad fare, supper
and loduiiiK advanco Mrs. Anderson,
.John Konechj for .'I mouths WAt-k on
Poor Farm, May, June, July, STo.OO.
(.'. !'. Peterson, Hastings, Nebr., for
male hog S'2.i.0().
In the matter of the public highway
west cf the nariows in Walnut Creek,
precinct just south of the railroad
track, to move said road north of said
track aud to continue tho road from
where it nowcrosses the railroad track
west of Iho narrows In said precinct
straight west 011 the north side ot fluid
track in Inavale precinct. The Chair
man of the County Hoard appointed
G. W. Hummell, J. (J. Overman and' L,
F. Schmidt as a committee to investi
gate the matter of changing said road
and report tho advisability of making
tho change with location of said road.
In tho matter of the road establish
ed on tho section lino between Sec. 1,
Town 1, Range 11, and Section 0,Town
1, and Range 10, known as the (tilham
and Besso road. It was moved and
seconded that tho survey of said, as re
turned by Geo. II. Overing County
Surveyor bo and tho same is hereby
accepted aud the Clerk bo nnd Is here
by instructed to draw warrants on tho
general fund in favor of August Uoats
forSlO."i.H8iuid Ueo. V. Llndsey for
5100.(13 in payment of damages sustain
ed by the permanent taking and us
ing of l.l.'i acres of each of their hind
iu the opening of and establishing of
said road. Motion carried.
In the mutter of the Chas. Drubaker
road on the east side of no' , Sec 23-2-
10. It was moved and seconded that
tho strip of laud as recorded In raid
record "A" Page bo and tho sumo
Is horoby accepted as a public high
way and tho said Chii. ltrubakor io
colvo tho amount of 875.00 in consider
ation of all damages that may arlso by
virtue of tho permanent taking of said
land public highway. Motion carried.
On motion the followingclaims were
audited and allowed and the clerk In
structed to draw warrants on their
several funds In full payment of same.
Albright Ilros $ l.GO
J. A. Tomliuson 112.10
August Uoats 105.88
G. W. Llndsey iOO.G.3
J. (i. Hyan, hauling lumber ld.Oo
I A. Good, lumber 258.91
On motion board adjourned to meol
Oct. sth, 1010.
Uoard mot pursuant to adjournment.
Members all present.
In the mattor of Kliza Kellogg as
sessment on part of tho hwj-f Sec. 33-2-11
containing 5 acres, It was movod
and seconded that tho taxes on said
abovo.doscribed land be and Is horoby
cancolled and the County Treasurer is
hereby authorized to strike hiiiiiq, from
the tax list for tho year HUM) as It is
an erroneous assessment. Motion
0u ,not,otl t,,t-' Hoard executed with
James DuIFy owner, and adopted h
lease for III years for a strip of grotiud
.'.' feet wide for highway purposes on
the east, south and west sides of the
south half of Section 3.'), Township 2,
Range !), us per lease, signed and on
Hie with the County Clerk.
On motion the County Hoard will
sell 1 head of grade and 17 head of
Registered thorough-bred Durham
cattle aud other articles to numerous
to mention at public sale on tho flrd
day of November 11)10 at 1:.'U o'clock
p. in. fcaul sale to be Held at Wtvinty
Poor farm 0 miles northwest of Ked
Cloud, 10 miles south and 'j mile east
of Itlndun, and 7 miles northeast of
Inavale. Terms of sale, all sums of
ten dollars and under cash In hand
and a credit of 0 months will bo given
on all sums over $10 at 8 per cent In
terest with approved security, all stock
and other articles must bo settled for
before taken from the farm.
In the matter of the petition of Win.
M. Wegmann, R. C. Chevalier and
others in regard as to the way in
which the public' highways In and
around Illaden are being worked. It
was moved and seconded the petition
be rejected. Motion carried.
Ou motion the following claims were
reduced as follows: C. E. Vnughan
$l3..r.u to 4.50, C. E. Vaughau S53..r0 to
830.rO, School dlst. No. 2, $25,to SlO.OO.
On motion the followingclaims were
allowed and tho clerk instructed to
draw warrants on their respective
funds in payment of same.
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J. II. Simpson iV: Son 8 117.40
O. 0. Hedge iW.U
C. 1 Moranvllle 0(1 00
II. S Ueed M
V. C. Buschow
Ou motion board adjourned
vember l.ltli, KM0.
(Seal) K. W. Unsa County Clerk.
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Appllod Into tha nostrils
Is quickly absorbed.
QIVC8 RELIEF AT ONCE.
It clonnsos, soothes, henl aud protects tho
disensed membrane resulting from Catarrh
and drives away a Cold lu the Head quickly.
Restores tho Souses of TiWto and Smell.
It is oney to use. Contains no injurious
drugs, No mercury, no cocaluo, no mor.
pliino. Tho household remedy.
Prico, B0 conts nt Druggists or by mall.
ELY BROTHERS, 5G Warren St., New York.
The Chief $1.50
OVERING BROTHERS and CO.,
THE MONUMENT MEN, j
Red Cloud, - - Nebraska, g
The following proposed amendment
to tho constitution of the State of '
braskn, as lierelnalter set lotth lu full,
Is submitted to the electors of the
State of Nebraska, to be voted upon at
the general election to be hold Tues
day, November Sth, A. D. 1910:
A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend
Section one (1) of Article seven (7) of
the Constitution of the State of Ne
Be It enacted by the Legislature of
the State of Nebraska:
Section 1. (Amendment constitu
tion proposed.) That section one (1)
of article seven (7) of the constitution
of the state of Nebraska, the senate
concurring, be so amended as to read
Seit'on 1. (Who are electors.) Ev
ery male citizen or the United States,
of the age of twenty-one years, who
shall have been a resident of this state
six months next preceding tho election
and of the county, precinct, or ward,
for the term provided by law shall be
nn elector; provided, that persons of
foreign birth who shnll have declared
their Intention to become citizens con
formably to the laws of tho United
States nnd are voting at the taking ef
fect of this amendment, may continue
to exercise tho right of suffrage until
such time as they may have resided in
tho United States five years, after
which they shall take out full citizen
ship papers to he entitled to vote nt
any succeeding election.
Section 2. (Ballots ) That at the
general election nineteen hundred nnd
ten (1910) there shall bo submitted to
tho electors of tho state for their ap
proval or rejection the foregoing pro
posed amendment to the constitution
relating to the right of suffrage. At
such election, on tho ballot of each
elector voting for or against said pro
posed amendment, shall bo written or
printed the words: "For proposed
amendment to the constitution relating
to the right of suffrage," and "Against
said' proposed amendment to the con
stitution relating to tho right of suf
frage." Section 3. (Adoption) If such
amendment shall be approved by a
majority of all electors voting at such
election, said amendment shall consti
tute section one (1) of article seven
(7) of thp constitution of the State of
Apnroved April 1, 1901.
I, Geo. C. Jtinkln, Socretary of Stnte,
of tho state of Nebraska do hereby cer
tify that the foregoing proposed amend
ment to tho Constitution of the State
of Nebraska Is a truo nnd correct copy
of the original enrolled and engrossed
bill, as passed by the thirty-first session
of tho legislature of tho State of No
brapka, as appears from said original
bill on file In this office, nnd that said
proposed amendment Is submitted to
tho qualified voters of tho state of Ne
braska for their ndoption or rejection
nt tho general election to bo held on
Tuesday, tho 8th day of November, A.
In Testimony Whereof, I havo here
unto set my hand nnd nlllxed tho great
seal of tho Stato of Nebrnska. Done
nt Lincoln, this 29th day of July, In tho
year of our Lord, Ono Thousand Nino
Hundred nnd Ton, nnd of tho Indepen
dence of tho United Stntes tho Ono
Hundred and Thirty-fifth, and of this
State tho Forty-fourth.
GEORGE C. JUNK7N, '
(Seal.) Secretary of Stato.
D'Anrone endlne n tketch and detcrlntlnn ray
aoTcVlr lucertnlu our opinion froo whether on
Hon, utrlctl! confidential. HANDBOOK on TatoiiU
I'itenti taken throuiili Muun Co recetrr
tvtcw nolle, frmioui cnarae, 111 111c
A liwidiomolr lllmlratM weoklr. l-iirccst rir.
dilation of nor irleiitldo Journal. 'I erm. 1.1 a
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