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for Infants and Children.
millions of paraonc, permit na
It la Magna ctloaaply tka bast
tka world hi ww known. It la hwdwi. .Ckllnxam Ilka It. It
give tkam fcealtk. It wUl cara. tkalr My. In Iflfotkw kara
ame tklna; wktok la ahsolntaly cafa and araotioallT necffaat ma a
Caatorin daa troy Worm.
Caaterla allaya Farnrialuaacn,
Caatoria proTonts Tonilttng Sonr CnrsL
Caatoria enraa IHarrkoBa and Wind Calia.
Caatoria rolleT T tking Tronkl .
Caatarla car Constipation and Flntnloney.
Castla nantrali tka ageota of cnrkonla add gaa or polio air.
Caatoria do not contain morpklna, oplnm, or ntfcar naraotio pi'opoi t jr.
Caatarla a laallataa tko food. ragnlat tka riwicli and aawala,
srhrlna; kaaltky and natnral al a.
Caatarla la pnt np In eBi-iln aottlaa
it allow any ana to 11 yen anytkfaMt alaa tka plan or prend
tkat It ia Mit ae good" and u
g tkat yon rot C-A-eVT-O-m-I-A.
Children Cry for
General Cottiniissioti IVerGliarts.
SPUS-Mlinr, GME. BOITER MD EGGS.
Write or wire Tor (rack price on Eves. You cuu always
get a CASH OFFUK from us.
1 MACHINE 1
We can supply you witli the best grades
Machine Oil in the market.
CALL w. ME BEFORE YOU BUY.
Cactoria with tka Hmm of
to y k ef it withewt era ataar.
rtJy far Infanta mm CnUny
It la mat alaia talk.
arary pnrp ."
and Jobbers in
Red Cloud, Webster County,
This vicinity was well represented
at tho Sunday-school rally given by
Mr. Albright and his band of singers
last Sunday at Aniboy. Everyone
carao away veil pleased.
Miss Padon of Keynolds, this state,
was visiting on tho creok last week.
Born Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Godwin,
July 10, a daughter, weight 9 pounds.
Kvoryono is harvesting now as
small grain is btttcr than wsb expect
ed. Dr, Hall reports new babies at A.
N. Godwin's and David Carpenter's.
Prosptot for a big corn crop.
How is thu 98 degrees in the shame.
B. Lea drove to Hastings last
Thursday with a load of ehiokens.
Dr. Kehler and a family drove to
Juniata tho latter part of last week.
C. D. Apley and J. L. Grandstaff
were at the county seat .Thursday.
W. B. Household went to Blue Hill
Thursday to get repairs for his har
vester. A. Brady and wife were doing somo
trading in Blue Hill Friday.
Mr.'Burton and family from Buffalo
eounty aro visiting with his mother-
in-law Mrs. Susan Moaroe.
Johi Jones and wife drove over to
Bule Hill Friday.
Quite a number from this vioinity
teok in the ball game at Blue Hill
A fine rain visited this section Sat
urday evening which will make early
corn as it came gentle and all went
into the ground. Altogether about
2 inches of water fell.
L. D. Mouser of Imperial was on
ur streets one day last week.
Dr. Harris ef Campbell droyo in
this oity Thursday.
Miss Lottie Doyle returned Monday
from Campboll where she has been
Miss Ethel Parks has been engaged
to toaoh in tho Campbell school this
W. B. Householder and J E. Yost
traasaoted business at Bluo HillTucs
day. Binding twine scorns very soaroe
and our farmers are compelled to go
to other towns, this should not bo al
lowed seme one in the town should
handle it. Don't all rush into the
business as that wont pay, but ono
party oeuld handle it with a fair prof
it for his out lay and sell as cheap as
L. E. Spcnce wsb a passenger for
Edgar Tuesday morning.
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
by local applications as they eannot
reaoh the disease portion of the ear.
There is only one way to oore deafness,
and that ie by constitutional remedies.
Doafnesa is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the Ens
traohian tube. When this tnbe is inflam
ed yon have a rumbling sound or imper
feot hearing, and when it is entirely dos
sed, deafness is the result and unless the
inflamatlon ean be taken oat and this
tube restored to its normal eoidltion,
hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
eases oout of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed oondi
tiva of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred dollars for
any oase of deafneee (oauqed by catarrh)
that oannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Bend for circulars; free.
F. J. CHENEY A, CO., Toledo, 0.
OTBold by Druggists, 76c.
Harvesting ia the order of the day.
Viola Hibbsrd has been on the siok
Qniggle's show Saturday njght was
Q,tioeable for Ms abietoe.
Mr. aaa Mrs. Deeker visited at Mr.
Jasktafs aar Ml. Clajr line?.
Mr, Reeve ef Siftsrier stoppsji over
i : $
Neb., Friday, July
night with his faiond Dave Fishel
oae night last week.
Mrs Hendriz and children of Prai
rio Gem wcro visiting her brother
Davo Fishel's last week. Jcsiio and
Addie Williams of Douglas, Otoe
county were there also.
A horse kicked H. 8. Hhnfer, of the
Freemyer House, Middleborg, N. Y., on
the knee, which laid him up in bed and
caused the knee Joint to beoomo stiff. A
friend reeommendod him to use Chamber
lain'a Pain Balm, whioh he did, and in
twe days was able to be around. Mr.
Shafer has recommended it to many
others and says it ia excellent for any
kind of a bruise or sprain. This same
remedy is also famous for its oures of
rheumatism. For sale by Deyo & Qrice.
a o.i. i i. . !
Plenty of ruin and corn looks nioc.
Mr. and Airs, urowoll visited at
Rev. Haskin's of Guide Book last
Rev. Blaokwoll will preaoh at l ho
Pleasant Dale sohoolhouse Sunday
evening July 21.
Sunday-school at Penny ereek every
Sunday. All are invited.
Some harvesting is being doie this
Mr. Evans and family were callers
at Mr. Aaderson'e Sunday.
Some of the farmers have begun to
harvest their oats.
G. Lewis was transacting business
in Red Cloud last week.
Emory Bean and family were pleas
ant guests of J. Bean on Sunday.
Miss Willa Cather of Red Cloud
was visiting in onr looality last week.
Misses Lillian and Frank Ramey
wero pleasant callers of Mrs. Bean's
Nels and Rasmus Jensen from near
Farmer's creok wore visiting at Oloy
The Anderson boys commenced to
head their wheat Saturday. They
have about 70 acres on the poor farm
that promises a fair yiold.
Corn is growing fine.
Robt. Gilus had a fine cow killed
by lightening and Mr. Stoner had a
borso knooked down and injured.
Goo. Monntford is on the sick list
Dan Grewell, who got his hand
caught ia a binder last Saturday, is
getting along ntoely only having to
have the tip end of ono bone taken
Mr. Joe Moler of Bellaire and for
morlv of this neighborhood buried a
seven months old ohild at Mt. Hope
last Friday, said to have beon found
doad in bed one merning.
Wm. Dollmgs lost a fine horso a
few days ago.
Albert Scrivner, Thtrp Zork, and
Galo Davies left on the train Tuesday
moraing for northern Nebraska on a
prospeoting teur. Occasional.
Last June Diok Crawferd brought his
twelre-monthsald child, suffering from
infantile diarrheas, to me. It had been
weaned at four months old and had al
wayf been ciok'y. I gave it the usual
treatment in snob, eases but without ben
efit. The ohild kept growing thinner un
til it weighed bnt little more than when
born, or perhaps ten pounds, I then
started the father to giving Caaabee
laln's Cotle, Cholera and Diarrhoea rem
edy. Besjcreone battle of the 15 cent
elze had been used a marked improve
.atcat was seen and its continued use
urea we enua. its weakness and pun;
eoaatitstion disappeared and its fath
aad myself believe the ehild'e life w
saved by this rcsaedy. JT.T. Mablcw, M.
D.f Tasfaaoa,, HI. For sale by Deyo A
Grjee dreg gists.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Crops are fine.
J. M. Brown is nutting his winter
wheat which is shocking up big.
J. W. Corbctt has a fino piece of
Ed Mountfoid had a fino young
horno cut in the wire fonco last Sat
0. W. Barrett is riding tho disk
cultivator laying by his corn.
D. Growcll got his hand caught in
the binder last Saturday taking the
flesh nearly all off. Tho doctor thinks
hu will havo to have his fingers am
putated. R Gtllis had a cow killed by light
ening Saturday night.
Several young folks from Judson
wont to Lebanon Saturday to see the
baleon ascension but failed to see the
Wonder what Hank Riohmoud
doing at Mt. Hope Sunday night.
W. H. Nelson, who is in the.drog bus!
neas at Klngsrllle, Mo., has ao much con
fldenea In Ghambertain'a Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoua Remedy that he warrants
every bottle and offers to refold the
money to any oustomer who is not aatis-
fled utter nsing it. Mr. Nelson takes no
risk in doing this bsoauae the remedy is
a certain ourc for the diseases for whioh
it is intended and he knows it. It is for
sale by Deyo & Grioe drnjfgists.
Tho Gnrfiold basn hall nine is ex
pected to cross bats with Nerth
Branch uinu soon.
Alf Harris has a new wind mill
which addft to tho looks of his place.
Henry Lmerton is harvesting (or
Boyd MunHel has a new binder and
is prepared to stay with you if needed.
Miss Mayo Pope will teaeh in Diet,
No. 18 this yoar.
John Earner took baok a Champion
binder and bought a new Buokeye.
Oats will go from 15 to 60 bushels
per acre in Garfield this year.
Approilmatlon of the Assessed Value of
Jkffkrbon City, Mo., July 18. The
state board of equalization for the as
sosment of railroad, bridge and tele
graph property has completed its
labors, and has adjourned until such
time as State Auditor Seibcrt can have
tho multitude of Intricate calculations
made and the values apportioned to
tno several municipalities in propor
tion to the. number of miles of railroad
and tlmtelctfruph wire in each. This
will ocutipy the full time of tho stato
auditor's clerical force for something
like a month and no absolutely accur
nto statement of results can, be raado
until It is done. It is estimated, and
approximately correct, that the irr
crease in valuation over the assessment
01 lUUt Will DO H,'JU,573. Til 6 total
valuation of railroad, bridcre and tele
graph property In tho state as. assessed
by the board In 1894 wub 870,203.730. so
that tho total assessment for this pear
win oe in roununumoprs 975,000,000.
Protectors of wish.
Jbkferson City, Mo., July 18. State
Oajtno and Fish Warden Jesse W.
Henry, has announced the appoint
ment of deputies for the following
counties: Franklin, A. C. Wolfe; Pet
tis, 8. A. Bosse; "Jasper, E. ft. Yalen-
line, ou vaaries, jc. a. XiBvats nan-
dpfph, W. L.' Faank; Qharlton, W. J.
Jroemanj Macqn, J. B. Spaomer.
Other, dcputrli -will bo namd as, soon
eclved. VVardenvHcrxry loavs to.day
for a flvo days' tqip up the Oaae. Be
.will Inspect a nutnhjer. of etpcums. en
this trip, the mpst important ones'.ka-
ing me nig Tavern, me Aumnutvrrrer t" . -. . lKtd ., , -and
Linn cU ' 'JpSgiSV
Dr. PdeVt Ortaaa.
Vol. .23 No. 29
Captain Anilrmon'd lloitjr Found.
Kansas City, Mo., July 18. The
mystery Mirroumlitifr tho disappear
ance of It. 11. Anderson, tho luckless
grain speculator, litis been solved.
Yesterday his body was taken from a
shallow, 'iiTow irnivc on tho river
bank, near vhcre it was found floating
maw , . a nasty inniiesi loilowca
thu tu .nirof the bodv. and then tho
dead son of a wealthy woman was tin-
cermomousiy uumpea into a pauper s
No I'ajr on Similar.
Wasiunoton, July 18. Secretary
Hoko Smith has declined to approve a
request for pay for work done on Sun
day by government omployos. Tureo
examiners, who wero busied in the
Helena, Mont., land offlco on Sunday,
asked that they be allowed their regu
lar per diem allowance for the same,
but tho secretary holds Sunday In not
a day for labor, and that ho is not
authorized to pay for work done on
Slaty United SUtM Convicts.
LxavkNwortu, Kan., July Id.
United States Marshal Michael Uevan
ney of tho Southern district of Ohio
arrived at Fort Leavenworth yester
day In charge of sixty federal convicts,
transferred from the Columbus, Ohio,
atate penitentiary, where there aro
atUl 230 other federal convict
A Poataaae'teT Arretted.
iVasiiinoton, July 18. The post
office department was advised yester
day that Postmaster W. F. Weeks, at
Hartshorn, Ind. Tor., had been ar
rested by government authorities,
charged with having robbed tho ofllco
of 50,200 by means of fraudulent
money orders. Weeks was formerly
MltiiUiilpplans In a Itlot.
Jackson, Miss., July 18. It was
learned here that a riot occurred at
Learned, Miss., between tho McRao
and Terrill factions who wcro en
gaged in a law suit. Fifty-two shots
wore fired. Two men were killed, an
other mortally wounded and several
Kansas City, Mo., July 18. Thorowas a good
dcijiand for iiuntile of w.'ioat to-dur, and thoy
old n little liitrliar than yvatonlny in Mimo
catos. Itccolpts 21 cars; ujmraaotiO car.
No. 2 hard wheat, 64c; No. 6O0; No. 4
Mg&8o;No. 2 rod, ttfc; No. I IMo No. 4Uo;
Corn mot with fair demand and sold at yester
day's prices. Itocolpts, 16 cant; a year ago 43
can. . ,
No. 2 mlicd com, 40oj No.1 Ho; No. 4
SHo ; No. 3 white tOVic ; No. t whlto 39f c,
Oats were firmly hold and in fair domond.
RocelpU, 10 earn; a yoar bko,15 ears.
No.2mlsedoati,2mo;No.3,23o: No. 4 30o;
No. 4 now, SJoj No. 2 whlto oaU, 28j No. 3,
Byo-No.:, 40o ; No.3,ttc.
Flauocd Nominally $1.13 for July delivery,
ft.ll for AnffU't and 1 1.09 for September.
Corn Chop Eirm, 74&7t)o por cwt sacked.
Itran Firm, '5s(rj,U0c or cwt sackod; bulk
Hay Itocolpts, 41 cars; old Imy scarco
and worth SOcfJfl above quotations.
Timothy Choico, ftO; No. I. .30;
No. 2, t7.!0U!j; fancy pralrto, $8.S0t9; choice,
$Stt8.M: No. 1, I7(J,7.W; No. 2, $468.10 1 packing
Chicago lloard of Trade.
CnioAoo. July 18 Tho following Is Urn rango
of prices of tho irrulu and provision market oa
tho board of tradot
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Kakcas Cot M.i . Julylt.'-CaKle-aetc,
TpU.edboof nd iblppW steerT HflkUJet
Zszes aud Indian steers JM$; iMcn
steeai tyw) corf aja helfrts, tMaMi
tecVers anl ifarfn.Mt.)i eaivj, Um
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