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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1919)
fin Hollin was n business
Le 1 Cloud last Fridiiy.
l'.ev. Ilnritcii U nt'undlnt,' the M. H.
Mttiduy Holinol imnvuntinli at llustiiiKH
4 lis vcoli .
Mrs, Vorna Hurt well win hi ovenlm:
a i. lor on Mi. C. 11. Ituriro.s-, Monday.
Homer Folly Is luiiti iifjain uftt'r
serving I'nolo Sum fin tho putt few
Mr. Hlmor llcsin ! putting up " "
guriign on the property ho recontlj
Misses Iill.t .Sulghl'M' and lli'hslo
.NeliltnpiT were tlie guests of Mrs. June
Farliiy Wednesday afternoon unit Htm
A buliy girl oiime Thursilny .tun. 2,
to gladden the homo of Mr. and Mi.
On Now Your morning Mr. and Mrs.
Clini. l'liulsor moved from Hie I'Vd
Arnold farm to tile Win. C'.irpcnter
Monday Mr. and Mrs. Kustice Henri
risked with tho formers parents Mr.
and Mrs rJveiett IJouu.
11. U. Hunter was u business visitor
at llivurton Momhiy.
John McClurt of Mile Illll wns a
pleasant culler at the Mlllur homo
Cliiis Paul KiM1 is looking after tlio
pool hall during tin; hIisoiico of Win.
Mrs. Win. Tabor wiih called to Dmi-
rer Sunday night on account of sioli-
Mrs l'jlla Carpouter and f-imily hpeut
Sunday with her sister Mrs. Tan Uuflin
Miss lla.el Nesbit was a Ituil Cloud
Mrs Ch -. Wiih' i. who h.is b 'en suf
fering in. i tiiclc i ' (j i'i j is much
bettor at ' 's wiH -i ;.
Mrs. It. 1., la.. nun spent Sunday ;if-
S.i.i.ni... ...III. 111.. II...... 1 v.. .1.1.
ivi uumi .tii.ii in i t .- uus.ui iunwib
Miss Nettie Cloe spent Sunday whh
the Chas. rnuluer family. I
Mr. Steve Lauhem went to liladeii j
Siiturday returning' with his wife and j
viilldreu who have been speudiii); a I
week visltlni,' then"
Mr. I'arl Suludeu imiiid over to Ina
vii e from Kud Cloud to visit Mr. mid
Mis. John llardwich.
Mr. and Mis. Chas. Uurcess eulltd on
Mr. ami Mrs. J.ihu Itiitled''o Suiidav
Mr. Win. Tophum .shelled corn last
Mrs. Nell" Hunter spent New Years
with her aunt Mis. Thud Saunders mid
John UutloilKu was a passenger to
Hustings lint Thursday. He to re.
t-e'viiiK treatment of Dr H.iuu of ihut
Chuicli and Sunday School are held
at both chinches now U)::i() mid 11:00
o'clock Everybody wolcome.
Ulanoh U ulcer of Ked cioml lnt.s
been usslstin,' at Mrs Tad Saunders'
during tho past week.
Before you forget just remit a ie
newal' on your subscription to the
Chief Tlie editor, promises some mark
?a improvements jr 0lc, subsorlbir
vil jive a lift by remitting dues.
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Until further notice. Dealers In Building Material will furnish
material WI I'lluUT OOVKItNMKNT I'KUMITnml without atij
restrictions for tlie following construction work:
Repairs to existing structures, wheie the total completed cost
of repairs, including labor, does not exceed S2.100.00.
Additions to existing structures, where the total completed
cost of the additions, Including labor, does not exceed 82o00.0u
Any farm stinetnres, where the totul cotnploled cost, including J
labor, does not exceed $1000 00 J
Abstract fiom Ciruulnr No.
Farm Bureau Notes
A number of the funnels In the
enmity ha been mining Sudan Ovum
tho past youi'i and are very entliiialufc.
tlem'tiit Sudan (liass doet well on
any giouiul, regunlloss uTsoll fmlillty,
and htuntU drouth better than eorii or
any of tin h.iy crops.
For hay o- pasiiuv, It should be
so.ui with a press drill on a seed bed
that litis been prcptuoil tho muiiens for
millet or untie. The time of sowing is
in Mny or J iiiie.
If sown early with plenty of mois
ture, two and three cuttings of hay
may bo harvested, yoilding '1 to 1 tons
per acre. Tim hay should be out an
the griiss starts to head out. It It
bonds out it becomes hard and woody,
and if cut before it is headed It ia
It is an excellent horse hay and
makes u good pasture and tuny be
pastured by any kind of live stock.
Whou sowing for pasture or hay 1'J
to ''() lbs, hlioiild be drilled per acre
When planted in rows with a lisior or
planter !! to f, pounds of seed per acre
is Mittllidutil. and with lavorublu eoiidi-
j tluiis, one. uiop of hay and one crop of
sued mty be Harvested. A corn binder
or grain binder is usoi to cut and
bind it when grown in rows.
I The nvoiiigc farmer will not care to
plant a lurKU acreage, especially ut
llr.it, but he will not tie disappointed
if he gives the crop a fair trial.
.Securing seed, we can net good seed
timill(-, thu County Agont of Wii-hing
ton county for 10c per lb, freight aild-
,ud S.unplc of the sued at my ollice.
Alo liavo two samples grown by the
farmers In this county, for Mile, but
they httve not set it price on it.
Tlie County Agent Conference will
be lie'il ut liiiicolli I lie week nt .lunii
ury 'JO i." -. I mi plHiiiiMit; to ntt"tnl,
IIS .til C'Mllll.V l,i I. I ill III I Ml" I 1. 1 ,
Ii-ipii"!". i in. n ii'O'i tn dispone ut
mil Juno seed C.J. ii ill .1 llil.i ooiiuiy iltin
i. 1 11. 1 . i.t,.ji t . 1 1
' lor -ale. I have about 100U bushels
(t.tt for -,,ile.
IIKXKY U. FAUSCI1,
(.'oiinty AtrU'uituril Aent
It Pays to Advertise
Tlieii- v,is an old geeser, he had a
lot of tiMise. He .started up a btisi
dess on a dollar eighty cents. The
dollar u; it stock uiid I'"1 eiglity for
an nil, brought him throe lovely dollars
in a day, by dad. Well, he bought
more goods and a little more space,
and he played that system with a
smile on his face. The customers
(locked to his two-by-four, and he had
to hustle for a regular stotu. Upon
the square, where the people pass, he
gobbled up 11 corner that was all plate
glass. He lixed up a window witit the
best ho had, ami told them all about it
in a half page ud. lie soon hud 'em
coming mid lie never, never (pilt, and
he didn't cut down his ails one jit. And
he's kenp things humming in the town
over since, anil everybody calls him
tho merchant prince Some suy it's
luck, but that's all bunk, why, he was
doing business when times were punk.
I'eople have to purchase and the gecsr
was wlt, for ho knew the way to get
'em was to advertise.
i m a a k i
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21 of War Industry Board
XD CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
At the Library
Circulation of boohs for iloci'inbcr:
Adult Fiction 772
Non Fiction II
War ituokn -'0
Total Clri'iilalloi Km!
Many lnler'itiiig books other than
(Id ion me to be found at the Idhrury.
Among them an bunks useful in the
home. "Tlie Boston Cooking School
Cook Book," by F. M. Farmur; "House
Furnishing mid Decoration" by Abbott
MeClure; "Feeding the Fa'i.ily" by
Mary Swart. Hose Some of tho Chap
tor headings of this book aie: "Food
for tlie rimilly group," "Menu," "Food
after fifty," '-Food for the sick ami
convalescent " "How to tulcecire of
tho llaby" by Francis Twiddle.; A
mother's guide and manual for nurses
"Klllciont lilfe," by Luther 11 Cluliok.
simple, practical, suggestions for busy
people ubout sleep, exorcise, food,
stimulant, etc, aiming to Increase the
brain worker's general elllclency.
Interesting books on sociology, are
"American Commonwealth" by James
Bryci'-Fiislly (list among descriptions
mid criticisms of American political
and social institutions.
'On tho Trail of tho Immigrant" by
I'M ward Alficd Siolner Describes in
terestingly and accurately tho condi
tions of immigrants in their native
land and th'iough every stage of theli
Journey to their new home.
"Tlie Making of an American," by
Jacob A. Hils and "The "Tho Fronds
od Land," by Mary Autui, are two in
teresting books on immigration told
In tlie form of biography.
Other interesting books 1110: "The
Winning of the West," by Koovcvelt,
With tills picturoeipi" chronic'" are
pi eseiid'il the nun) (li.iin.iUi: incut
1 1 . esti 11 rn iicnti f
'l'.i.ii on Mmli'iii .i)Vuiists, In
William Lyon I'lielps, ciiterlalulug
cliaracteii.ations and penetrating
criticim of modern novelists.
"Pionaerliig Where the World n
Old," by Alius TiMlule, A book Nn.
ton for the purpose of giving the
breath of open spueo to the stay-. it
"The Now American Drama," I13
Itichard Burton, An interesting study
of pi eseiil dramatic conditions.
Weather Summary for 1918
Station at Bud Cloud, Neb. Lati
tude to ., longitude OS .'17, elevation
USS? feet, length of record 21 years,
hours ut observation April 1st to Sept
"tilth, 7 it. m. Oct. 1st to March .'list 0
p. til Central time. The following is
the complete summary for the 101S
Highest 103 on Aug. 1th. Dates ol
too or more, Juno 11th Km, June 12th
102, Juno mil Kill, June Kith 100, June
I7lh Kl'i,k)une Kith l(i., June :J0lh 101;
July dutei., :iril 100, 1th 100, 7th 100;
August dates, 2nd 101, tth lUd, flth 103,
(ith 10., Till lo.', 21st 101,27th 10.'.
Lowest 2o below zero Feb. 1st. Dates
)f below .eto. Jan. dates, 1st 1 below
Uth i!0 b-low, 12. h 20 bolow, l.till l.'l
lielow. lltli 7 below, 1.1th I below, ltnh
:i below, '.'dth 2 below, 2lst bolow.
22nd 2 tielow, 27ih (! below 2Sth 22 be
low, liutli Id below, IlOtli tl lielow, Itlst
l3 below; Feb. date', 1st 2.1 below, 2nd
2'Mieliw. Ki Ii 1 bebiw. 20tli 8 below.
'Mst below, 2itid :
low, Dec 2.1th
(lie itest daily iMi.t'e 51 deyrreea oo
I'.-ti Jnli. Ic-st viir'atioo in 21 hours
1 ." on April Hh, tLi'Hitiiie on April 1.1th
1'ieeipitHtion: Total 2n7'i inches
mean 2.1 27 ti.olie. Wettest month
May with o'.i) In 'hm. I)i iest inontti
Jan. witli O.uy Inches, llreatest full ii.
21 hmiih 2.10 Inches on July 17th
Number of day with 0 ol inch or more
!H. Number nf days jlear 111'.), p.irllj
cloudy 70, cloudy Oil. Thunderstorm
:t0, Hiiowtall 2u Inches. Frevailing
wind direction n irth west 10.1 days.
First killing frost in full Sept. JDtli.
Last in spring May 1st.
ClIAs S. Ll'DMiW
WHAT TO DOTO
Bed Cloud people should know
slmplo buckthorn bnrk, glycerine, etc.
as mixed in Adler-i-ka, lluhe.s the
KNTIHI'j bowel tract so completely
that appendicitis Is prevented, ON'H
SPOONFUL Adler-l ka relieves ANY
CAbF sour stoinich, gas or constipa
tion bocauso it removes ALL foul
matter which clogged and poisoned
your system. The INSTANT action
sin prises both doctors and patients.
(31ms. L Cottiug.
Hamilton - Cathtr
Everything va . Mam
or Boy Waara
ad Cloud Nmbratkm
From Somewhere in France
Two ladles gay met a boy one day,
Ills legs were briar-scratched.
Ills clothes were blue, oni a ifut-browti
Maikol the ptii"e wli'!'i ins pmt
'I'hi'y bubble 1 lth j y at, the blue-olud
With Ids spot of nut-bi'iuvn hoe: -"Why
didn't pm patch with a color lo
m i luh, "
Thoy chuckled, "Why not bluo'.'"
"i.'iimo don't bf coy, my bluo-browu
hoy, ' ,
Speak out," nnd they laughed with
And he blushed roe-rod, while lie
bashfully said: ,
"That ain't no patch; that's nie."
Tlie Kaiser as
I Knew Him
ARTHUR N. DAVIS. D. D. S.
Copyright, ISIS, by lb" McCluro Kc-vspa-lor
"How f'lull.sh f-r Fnglunil to start
conscription now," he W!:ir'il. "She
thinks she run :'.ov:-.ipll.-li in u fc.v
nunilhs wl ut It has tike. Oennmiy u
hundred years to attain. Armies nnd
olllccrs cannot be d1' .'loped over night.
W( lmc never -M ' pr :"'ili';' since
thi'dnm.r Frc' "i I; t''. 'iivnt !"
"Yi v, t-i't H"1 "' rt.
or:i siuics in ...r .t.ii 'ir-put i.i i ou
sctiptiou two . . "fi r i . 'is-....-nlng
of ihc war," 1 suggested.
"But Just look how Ion.; your war
lasted," the kaWcr replied quickly.
This war won't lest tlu.t long. The
allies will fed what the power of Ger
many Is long before FnglUli com-crlp-tlon
can nvcll llicsn itnythtnc!"
"And whlli- l'nghind Is slowly 'mild
lug up her ii'Mgiilflciint ai.iiy," tlie
kolscr went on, "she will scf Aii.erlcc.V
imvy mid ii'i-ri'hf.ut iiinrliu' v i.i-tuntly
rowin:; ".rid the dollar ri'ph'cing t'.ii
pound if- t!ie ' . . f th" v 'l's
rr.nve. No. 1) " -. IT '-!- will soo.i
s-Ie!: . ihc v ir ind will look with
fonr upon America's growing power 1"
The French army, too, wns generally
belittled, and the Russians were be
lieved to be absolutely negligible. Tho
French army was so poorly equipped,
It wns pointed out. that the olllccrs
hud to go to the Held In patent-leather
boots, un I ou the Russian front, only
the first-line men hud guns, the others
being urmud with clubs!
Eventually, olhcers and soldiers re
turning from tho western front on fur
lough or passing through the countrj
en route from one front to the other
brought the report of the defeat before
I'urls. Soldiers who participated In
that disastrous retreat wrote from the
new trenches to their friends nnd rel
atives telling of the terrlhh- experi
ences they h'lJ undergone, when they
went for days with nothing to cat but
raw potatoes nnd turnips which they
picked from the Ileitis.
When these reports finally spread
through 'icrmimy the pe iple began to
realize ihat their generals h. the west
Were not meeting with the Mime succo.-v
that Vn lliiiiMihurg had Lad in the
otut nnd Von Illudcnlmr 1.ix.u..j the
idol of the people linmeiilately, a fact
that us very dist:..5tcld lo U;e 1-''U
Tho ludsor's dislike of Von Iil..dcn
burg was of long standing., lie had
never forgiven that general for thenils
tuko ho made during military maneuv
ers in peace time when by a brilliant
Stroke of strategy he had .succeeded In
capturing the l;alcr's forces, Including
the kals'T and hlsvwhole staff!
I hae referred In it previous chapter
to the kaiser's unbounded confidence
after the Italian collapse iu 1017.
"Now, we've got the allies!" ho ex
claimed, with nn air of conclusiveness
which omphusk'.od the optimism he
After the capture of Rotimanht, he
exhibited u similar degree of exulta
tion. He believed that In that achieve
ment he hud successfully solved the
food problem the one cloud which
constantly darkened the kaiser's hori
zon. "Now the nUles will never succeed In
starving us," he said to me In my of
fice shortly after the Boiununlan drive.
"With RouTu.inla la ..i;r pockets mm
Scrvla already ours, their wonderful
agricultural possibilities will supply
our food needs and foil our enemies'
efforts to starve us. Indeed, they had
better look out for themselves. Don't
forget we have a monopoly on the
potash mines of the world. Without
proper fertilization, American crept
will go on decreasing and decreasing
and thoy won't jrot any potash until wc
get ready lo let them have It!"
The failure of the Zeppelins from a
military standpoint was undoubtedly n
great disappointment to thu German
people at large, who hud counted sc
much upon Ufofn to bring disaster to
England, but It cannot bo said that the
kaiser shared their chasrln. On the
contrary, I havu reason to believe that
ho never expected very much from that
urm of his military forco except as It
might bo useful to terrorize tho civil
Notice thereby kInpii, Unit under ntul liy
Mrtueof un order of sale, Issued from the
olll if Kditli I,. MnKetclimi. t'lerk of tin-
blah-lei Court of Itio lentil .Iinllcl.il District,
Hlililn anil fur sVelMtcr county, .eliriitiu.
upon a decree In un action iieiullnw, ihi-ri-ln.
vtlii'lulli. Wlltinni r. Anli! Is pliiluuir, mil
tiitnliml MnliiO . Kooiii, ot ,, drlciiiltintx.
I shall oiler for sale ut public volatile, aeconl
ItiK to tin urnisof said (Irene, to the highest
lildder for cnsli In hand, ut the south door of
I lie court iio'Hi', at Itcd ('lead. In iald We li
ster County. Nebraska. thut belim the build
Ia wheriln theitist lerm of said court was
holdctn on the toth duy of I'ubntary. A. H.,
l:ill) at i o'cloek. I'. M. of said day. the follow
ln dcsiirlhcd properly, to-wlti
TliewiMtone-liHlf (v l-'-'i of. section :ll. Town
-'. ItUimell.l.otsOiie (I). Two ft), llueeCl.
l'oiir (I). l-'li. (.1) ami Klht iSi, In Section (!.
Town I. ttniiKe II. tho North V.n-l ipiurler
(N. t;. i-D of Section (I. Town I. linage H. I t
Six (lii.lnrteetlonl.Towii I, Itnnut-1'. till of
Section .!u. Town 2. Uanue II. the Ninth West
quarter (N. W. l-l) of Sietlon :!J. Town '.
Halite 1. Lots Three C, Four (I), rise wi.
and Six ui). la tllock l, In the ( Ity of Red
(.loud, Nebraska. Lots i:teven. ll mid
Twelve (Ii!) In lilock :w, In llml i loud. Lots
No. 13 and II, and 7ai-lootbs oil' the .South
side of hot IJ, all In Itlock y, In lied Cloud;
also Lots ono(l) to Seven (7) Inclusive and
IMtfhtim lis toTttuuty-loiir (21) Incluslveof
llloek'ii, In tliuorlglnui town of Kid (loud,
touetlur with tho former streets and alleys
adjacent to wild property, uud which streets
mill alleys hiiwlni'ii viicainl, more purlieu
larly diserllied in the county clerk's and
Couiuils,loiicr.s' records, and the decree ot
the District Court of wild county of Wcbitcr,
ncorded la .Mhcellnnious Itecoid I) In the
CiiUlity ( lelk'.solllee. ut pane H.sii. ulso the re
iiinlnluu portion of Die sK aero tract eon-M-yiil
to llleliiirdMiii by the deed of Silas
(lurberand wlfeliy ilndeed iieonkdui Deed
llicord 11 of .said Websier Comity . at pngo 2"),
eveeplKdch portions tli'-rcot ns the urantors
have heretofore conveyed to Gcoixe
l.lndsey and Adam Moihuit. by tlie dieds re
corded In mid County of Welnter ut rt cords
M at page 101. N at pam 11. and :i ut paue
!': tho last named property beluu all thu
property acquired nnd evidenced by Mild
eoint decree and tho ill eds to said W, N.
itlehurdsou reconUd In the records of suld
county, I: A at page Ml, II at pime '?, and
V at pane lr.fi. except lioweer. tho iaitw eon-M-ycd
to l.lndsey ami Mnrliurt above npicl"
iiixen iiudir my hand this :ird day of Jan.
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I'i in-ir.l Me.Seny. I'J-n MNAtl'. '.'-Iu
Articles of Incorporation
We. the undcrML'iiul. members of tin
1'nnucrs IMiieatloual ,v i o-opctuMvc 1'nlon j
ol Neliravk.i, do heieby :isocIatp ourselves
toi-ethcr for the utrposi"of orcanl.liii: a co
operative :i'Miciall(iii undir thu lawn of the
Stateof .Nebraska, and lor that purto.sedo
ii'lopl the follow Int; cou-tilutlnii:
AllTII'l.i: I .VAMK
I'armei 1'nlon Co-opei iitlvt Association ol
Itcd Cloud, Nebraska.
ai'.iicm: ii i'i.aci: or iiusinks-.
The main ollice nnd principal place ol
business shall bu nt Itcd Cloud, Nebraska.
N.xTiTitt: tNiioiiiKcr or iiummn
To buy, sell. More, ship and bundle uruln,
uralu rodiictH aud other foodstull's (or man
nail beast, lumber, roal. euiuenl. lime, Im
plementsaad maehlnery, and other kinds of
furmern iitccssltlcs; buy and ship livestock,
and buy, lease uud operate iiiIIIh. tlc:iloi,
warelumses, stores and other bul.dluui. to
Kether with the neecHsary real estate for the
iiianufuctureof all these necessities, either
M'puratly or wnublned, toether with all the
pouernow or hereafter autborlid by law.
Aliril'I.K IV TIUtM or IIMSIKMK
Theioisoi-iatlou Khult eoiitluue for a period
of f0 years from date of Incorporation unless
sooner dissolved uccordlni; to law.
c.vi'i i'Ai.siocK and iNiii:nn:iNK
The aiiiount of capital slock shall be
Twenty Thousand Dollars, divided Into 2,000
shares at the parxalucot tin Dollar.siach, of
which amount four Thousand Dollnrs shall
be fully paid up before com uieuclm; Imslui Ss
and before any debts are contracted, and
deblsof the association shall nesir ixm-d
luo-thlrdsof tlio p.ild up capital stock.
Alirieu: VI M!'.MIIi:ilslli'
(inly iiieuiberHol the 1'ariuers l.'ducatfona'
A Cu-oper:itlo I'lilon ol Amiriea may be
come members of this Association.
AllTII'l.i: VII JlANAOUMHSr
For the iniiiiauouieiit of this Association n
Hoard of Directors of llvo memtwrH i!...lt tie
I'loctcil ns billows:
The pn side nt shall bo elected out of the
ISo.ird of Directors nnd he slinll ulso be a ill
rei tor nnd priHldiiiit of ibo Hoard of Direc
tors; bu shall hold olllcu until his Niiceessor Is
ill duel and iuntltlcd. Kfwh of the dlrietois
In be elected for one year, or until next un.
Alllll'l.r. VIII 'ANXI'Xl. Vllir.l IN(I
Tiiosloekholders' annual uieetlim shall be
hi Id lielweeu the loth and !U)tli of .Inuutuy of
laeli year, and called by tho Hoard of Dlpc"
tors. I'ntil such annual mectlui; tho lollow.
Iik; persons and Htoekholders shall serve ns
directors and otllccts.
AIIIICI.KIX AVIKMIMKSI I
This couslltutlou may bo amended at un
annual meeting by a two-lhlrds vote of nil
tlie stockholder prcnent and ppon ten days
notice to that ellect.
The by-hnvs may bu amended by a two
thirds sole of the Htoekholders pie.seiil ut
such meeting ns In mentioned In section one
In Witness Whereof, 'lhe undersigned
have hereunto set their hnnds the 1st day of
Ddob.r. lit t H.
cluls. II. htarUe, ICdward Wilson, .1. Ii.
Wlsecarver, M. II. IliuiKlcker, .1. A. McAr
tluir, II. I'. Heed, Harris Moede, Clyde Ar
buckle. K.S. Kit. Fred I.CKKett, Dan'l liar
her, Harvey Merrill, It. A. McCnllinn, Oliver
McNutt. M. Illoiner, K. K. Kim;, .1. K. Iluek
les, Karl Mel'nrtuey, John II. Kalnden, Win,
ll.Thoiuns, II. (), Hanson, Hurry Koth, 1C,
It. Metenlt, .S.C. Hhuek. Klmer I limes.
.Stntoof Nobrnskn, lounty of Webster, ) ss
mi thu 1st itny of October, UI8, before me,
Iternnrd MeNcny, Notary Public, pursonally
upprnrcd thonliovo nunied, who personally
iiiu known to bo the Identical persons whose
nanus are utllxed to tho ubovo articles of In
corporation, ns parties hereto, and thoy
severally acknowledge tho Instrument to be
their voluntary act und deed.
WltnesK my hand ns aloresald,
(Notarial Seal) Notary Public.
Commission explies April 2st, l)i.
OiciiMoiiully n ti.. i - t;i mini
Ilsliliig. Ciilciiuo Dull? -V.'ws.
Notice to Creditors.
In the County Court of Webster County,
In the mutter ol the estate ol Anna
Kulrlnu lliirs?. decensed.
CreiUmrs of wild estate will tnke Jiotlco
that the lime limited for prcenlatloii and
llllnu'of claims anliis-t trnld estate Is April
I'lli. I'Jlli. nail for tho payment of debts In
May nth, ism), mat I will wit at tho
enmity court room In said county on the ISlh
day of .lauu.iry. l!ii(i, to examine, hear and
allow all claims duly Ilk d which are it tlr.st or
Mi-eond lien upon xald estate, and on the 18th
day of April, lam, lo examine, hear,
allow nnd adjust all claims and objection of
general creditors duly Hied.
Dated this lTlhday of De-ember, A. I)., l.US
Scab A. D. It.xNNKV,
"d-3 County .Indue.
II. ii. Caldwell attorney for estate
R. . McBride
Office Over Trine' Hardware
First class portraiture
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VIIR r.TAr." APPRH'5ATI!D
fjticep'Niir to Dr. Cross ,
OVKIt STA'L'R UA.S'K
E. S. GLrfoer
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You the Fixtures
the insured man's fust thought is one of
thankfulness that he is to. I low obou
your thoughts if a fiitemnn should ap
pear at youi home?
Before the Fire
is the day to insure. As that day may
be to-morrow (or all you can know or
do, it fellows that prudence would im
pell you to stop in our office to-day and
Lave us issue you a policy,
O. C. TEEL
Have No Silly Bc,!f in Luc.'c.
All successful nit'ii li'iv.i uixrccd In
ono tlilnK tliey wco niiisutlonlsls
They believed that thlnrrt went not
by luck, but by law. UcIIof In com
pensntlon or, that nothing Is got for
nothing characterizes nil valuable
Look for Beauty.
Sometimes wo nro surprised when
nn artist maltcs n picture of n sceno
familiar to us, nnd wo discover that
Instead of being commonplace uud tin
IntcrcbthiR, It Is full of beauty. All of
us need to bo artists enoiiRli to dis
cover that tho common, everyday
things nro ns llhely to be full of beau
ty as Upeso thnt are distant and un-'
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