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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1904)
Tloisands Have Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect it
How To Find Ottt.
Fill n bottle or common glass with your
water mul let it stand twenty-four hours ;
. iinuc.'tjtliy con
dition of the kid
neys: if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble J too
to pass it orpin
in the back is
also, convincing proof that the kidneys
nuil bladder are out of order.
What To no.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expiessed, that Dr. Kilmers
Hunum-Uoot, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism,
mill in the back, kidneys. Hut, bladder
jind every part of the urinary passage.
It corrects itmbility to hold water
mid scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the .lay, and to get up many
times. luring the night. 'the mild and
the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realised. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cases. If you need tiled cute
you should have the best, bold by drug
gists in fifty-cent nml one-dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle mid a
book that tells nil
nlwut it, bothsent free
by mail. Address Dr.
Kilmer & Co.. Iling-
l.nt.ilnti 1M.V. When Horns of Bwuop-Tloot.
writing mention this paper and don t
make any mistake, but remember the
name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot, and
the address, llinghaiiitoii, N. Y.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Heportera
Mr. and Mrs. John Wagoner and
daughter left last Friday fur Carthago,
Ho., to attend the annual mooting of
the German llaptist Brotlircn at that
place. They will huubsent a fortnight.
Charles Throckmorton is improving
nicely. W. (J Shannon made two calls
on him during tho week, spending most
of tho day ench time.
Mr. and Mrs. Mont ilogonriof wore
blessed by the advent of a young lad
on Ihe lUth. All doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Merrill visited
with the Corhi'tt family, May 15, and
with their son Juy in Jewell county on
the 22.1. '
Win. Ilickx and wife uimo up from
Lebanon to spend Sunday with the
home folks and out some of mother's
A Hrunor of lied Cloud spent Sun
day with his son at thii Kaley farm on
Howard liouglitaliim and fumily of
Jewell county were visiting with the
homo folks, and spent Sunday with
Airs. Houghtiiling's folks.
Mrs. Kiigstroiu is improving nicely
and wns out to chinch Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hon Gibson spent Sun
day with the Ku strums.
Mrs. R. Legott of Jewell county is
able to be around again, after her
severe illness, and we hope she may
continue to impiove.
Mr. Hnughtuliii!! and fnnilly were
calling on Jewell county parties Sun
Mrs. Mary Wilson was visiting at
the home of N. K. Harvey Thursday
and Friday of last weok.
Mr. ChrUtlatison win aeon In theso
parts last Thursday.
Chnrloy Lambert wns doing business
in this nclgliborlii oil the foie part of
It !h rumoicd theio Is to be a wed-
ding In tho nolghboi hood very soon.
Joe Clmllln was in Kiverton Friday.
A number of Ml. II ipo people at
tenth d services at Lone Tieo hm Sun
day. The Misses Myrl (litllng-, Annie
Ji iisoii no. I Nettie Harvey were eulleis
at K. I.. Harvey's one day the foie part
of the week.
.Mr. DeHiunner and fiimlly ami Mr.
Wessei and family weio visiting at Mr.
(fiandiiia Haivey is quite poorly
Duo of tho most inteiesting and
pleasing events that bus happened in
our neighborhood for some time was
the reception given Miss Nettie Haivey
by her many friends, at tho homo of
her father, on Friday. May 20.
MiHs.Nettlo is attending the academy
at Franklin nnd her many friends are
always pleitscd to see her smiling face
Among those who woro present wore
Mies Willella 1'ayne, Mt. Hope's must
popular young lady; Miss Nottio Hale,
assistant in tho Nation oillce; Miss
Myrl (fittings of Superior, nnd Miss
Annio Jensun of Innvato. A ploasant
afternoon was spent in riding tho little
donkey belonging to Guy Harvey.
Miss 1'ayno won pri.o for taking tho
longest ride. Upon her roturn Miss
(iiltiugs mounted nnd won tho prio
for taking tho swiftest rido.
A. Christianson was shelling corn
for N. E. Harvey Monday.
Mr. Martin of Franklin was visiting
with his parents over Sunday.
Miss Nottio Harvey returned to
Franklin Monday to lesumo her studies
at tho academy.
School closod lasd Tuesday.
Krnest Spenco returned from St.
Louis ltiHt Tuesday.
Mrs. Henry Hall of Blue Hilt visited
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wash
Heed last Sunday.
Mrs. V. S. Hall and Mrs. L. Warner
wuru passengers for Hustings last Friday.
Dr. Wcgman reports tho arrival of a
baby girl at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
It. C. Cliovnlior of Cttmpbelt was do
ing uusinos in this city Tuesday.
Al and Wash Heed drovo down to
C nvlcs last Sunday.
Mrs. Gagnon and Miss Foster were
passengers for Campbell last Monday
evening, returning Tuesday morning.
A. Heed is on the sick list.
K. W. Tuttlo shipped a car of cattle
to St. Joe tho fore part of tho wook.
Miss Foster returned to her homo in
Iowa last Wednesday.
George Solomon moved in hie now
house in the east part of town last
Mrs. Krall and son Frank woro
passengeis for Hustings last Wednesday.
noiahbors helping replant his corn last
Mrs. Anna Hnwls has been fencing
a new hog pasture with woven wire.
N. II. Wagoner lias been giving bis
house n new coat of paint.
Charles Alios has bought a now two
row corn disc.
Morto; Smith rej dees in tho posse
sion of n new Ohio cultivator.
Mis McCiiiio was visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Moiter, Wednesday.
Joseph Wolf went to vMt his .laugh
ter. Mrs Crowl, Satin. lay.
Rev. Taylor will pteaeh a inenioiial
si'imon at Asii Cieek Methodist church
on .Siiu.l iy.
Loid Aiiniek has le.'overe.l from an
attack of the measles.
A telephone meeting was held in
Giiliold Monday, at which enough
shales were taken to insure a line
II C. Cutter of Hud Cloud, wos in
this vicinity Tuesday.
Otto Jensen has taken his fat cattle
to Red Cloud.
Claude Duval, F. Hoan and their
families spent Sunday at J.C.Wilson's.
J. A. Lockhart is hsuling material
for tho remodeling of his residence.
Mrs. J. H. Wisecarvor and daughter,
Miss liorthn, were shopping in Red
Orrln Harvey was in this locality
last Monday on business.
J. C. and C II. Wilson woro trans
acting biiHiness at Campboll last Fri
day. O. R. Pitnoy inndo a shipment of
cattle to Kansas City last wcok.
Misses l'aynoand Wisecarvor attend
ed tho exercises at Bladen Tuesday.
Blft Hern Basin.
Your spare titno will bo well spent if
you will use it in making a trip to this
now irringted country. Tho United
States will not bo long now in getting
under irrigation nil tho land that is
subject to this class of farming, as it
is becoming tho most popular way to
farm for suro results. This country is
yet in its infancy, nnd homeseokors
should avail themselves of this oppor
tunity to got a farm in the Iiig Horn
Husin. Just now you can get tho
choice of this land at a very low price,
and you will bo surprised what a delay
of a few .lays will do for you in the
prico of this land.
Tost yourself on this country by writ
ing for booklet description of tho Hig
Horn liasin and other information you
Wo will tnnka very low round trip
rates to this country the lirstj and
third Tuesday' in May. J. Francis,
General Passongcr Agent, Burlington
Route, Omaha, Neb. 1111158
2825 Keelcy St.,
Ciiicaoo, Ii.t.., Oct,, 2, 1902.
I suffered with falling and con
gestion of tho womb, with sevrro
pains through tho groins. I suf
fered terribly at th time of men
Btruation. had blinding headaches
and rushing of. blood to tho brain.
What to try 1 knew, not, for it
seemed that I had tried all and
failed, but I had nccr tried Wino
of Cardui, that blessed remedy for
sick women. I found it pleasant
to take and (won knew that I had
the right medic8 no. Jscw blood
seemed to course through my veins
nnd after using eleen bottles I
was a well woman.
Mrs. Bush is now in perfect
health because sho took "Wine of.
Cardui for menstrual disorders,
bearing down painB nnd blinding
headaches when all other remedies
failed to bring her relief. Any
sufferer may sccuro health by tak
ing Wino of Cardui in her homo.
Tho first bottle convinces tho pa
tient she is on the road to health.
For advice in cases requiring
special directions, address, giving
symptoms, "Tho Ladies' Advisory
Department," The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Turn.
City Dray and Express Line.
Millet Seed for Sale.
I havo about 100 bushels of millet
seed for sale, either whito or red, at
jun 1 D. G Whitakkii.
Application for License.
Notice Ih hereby given Hint n petition signed
liy thirty or more resident freelioldorti of the
precinct of Oak Creek. WobMcr comity, !ne
hraika, linn been filed with the clerk of until
county, irn)lnK thai h llcen bo granted by
ml! county to A. I). (Iriiben for the sale of ranlt.
rpiritnoUHHiid vImoiik lliiiorH. la the village of
Itoaeuiont In mid precinct: thnt action will bo
taken at the ilmt meeting of t tin bonrd of county
comrnh.loner,.! nno anil, A. I). Kill.
K h, (Iaiihmi. County Clerk.
Dated thin '.'rttli day of May, llkil.
F. "W. STUDKllAKHlt, PKOP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
AGENTS FOR ADAMS EXPRESS CO.
LV OjJJl A FA
Ely's Cream Balm
This Romody Is a Spoclflc,
Suro to Clvo Satisfaction.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE
3t cloanses, soothes, heuts, nud protects tho
titwiiHcu memiiritiie, it cures uatnrrli ami
driven awuv a Cnld in the Head iniicklv.
Jtestores thu Senses of Taxto iiu.l Hmeil,
Jksy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into tho nostrils nud absorbed.
lArKo Size, RO cents at DruggUta or by
mail; TriulSizo, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, G6 Wirrtn St.. Niw York.
Whcnt and outs took line.
Corn and gardens are noeding rain.
Albert Woodslde ami Kosn liilloiii-h
atteutlod a cturiival at Hustings Satur
day. W. II. Hump shelled 0 irn for J. It.
Cro.ier 011 Mnnday.
Children's Day will liu obsorvud at
Eckley (htireh.iu .1 tuio Tit li.
A. Heevo of Hitchcock county,
Melntt.-ka, accompanied bv his gituid
ilatiglilei', (ii'rtio Heeve of Nelson,
visited ovei Sunday with relatives in
this vicinitj . Mr. Keevu t. tports ovui
thing booming 111 the west.
Elder Gillette w.s acconiptinied by
his wife at l'rairie Uenter last Siindaj.
Mi'. Gillutlo presided at the organ unit
led Ihe hinging; she also favoied the
audience with a line solo.
.lake Mouia is reported to be on the
Mrs. Thus. Eillough, who was quite
sick for a wcok or so, is inipioviiig.
Emerv Howard has been helping
Hurl Ueevo cultivate for a few days
Josso Wagoner canto home from Me
l'nerson, Kan . last Friday.
.1. H. Hailey was out in the country
last week looking up crop prospects.
Chris Hansen had several of his
G. A. R. Encampment.
Headquarters Kuns'is and Nebraska
(i. A. It. Mcunlnn Association, Bloom
ington, Nebraska, M-iy, 16, 1801.
(iKKKKAI. OltDKK No. 10.
Tho fifteenth annual onenmpmont of
thu Kansas and Nebraska (J. A. 11.
Keunion Association is hereby called to
meet at Hed Cloud, Neb , on Tuesday
the 7th day of June, 11)04. at 10 o'clock
a. m. for the purpose of electing ofllcnrs
for tho ensuing year, receiving bids for
and locating tho district reunion, and
the transaction of such other business
as may propel Iy come before the encampment.
I'osts will be entitled to representa
tion as follows, to-wit: Each pust will
bo entitled to one delegate al largo and
ono for every ten comrades, or fraction
thereof, in good standing December ill,
(iKo. W. I'ltKKTis, Ciiiiiinandor.
M Davis, Adjutant.
Order to Show Cause.
IN TltK COUNTY COUhT.
Stntc of Nebraska,
Webster Comity, t
At n county court held nt the comity court
room In ami for satd county, .May 2IM, A. 1.
la the nia'.ter of the estate of (ieorKe Gibbon?,
On reading an 1 llllne the pptltlou of MarrA.
I.arauay. raylne that administration of said
estate ma be granted to II. II. Hmotiw, b ad
Ordered, that Mondny, the tilth day of .Tune,
A. 1). 1I at to o'clock a in., Is usalcncd for
hcartne-ald petition, much all persona Inter
csted In said matter may appear at a co nty
court to bi held In and fur said county to show
imsouhy ra)er of petitioner shoubl not be
Krunieii: ana umi notice or tne peuil.incy u
snld petition and hcarliiK thereof be kIvcii to
all pirsons lntere-tt.d In said mattpr, by tmb
llshine a copy of this order In the 1 ! Cioml
Chief, a weekly newspaper p'lntcd In said
comity, for three conseintiM) weeks prior to
said day of hearluc
ISl.'Al.J A. II. IsKKNIST.
Do you know that it will pay YOU. as
well as US, to buy your Ihiil.ling Ma
torial and Coal at our yards? Not only
that our prices average lower, or at
least as low, as thoso of our competit
ors, but because wo tako especial euro
of and protect all can bo classed as
PL ATT FREES CO.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lumber and Coa!
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
Try Ward Hayes for a lir.st class
shave or hair-cut.
Infants' all-wool whito shitf, 00c.
Quick service and first class work is
the motto at Sehatlnit's harbor shop.
Furnished Rooms for Kent Inquire
of Mis. .1. A. Tulloys.
Mornnvillu'.s l'oifection Hair Tonic
for sale at SchalTnit's barber shop.
INKLAMMATOItY Itlll'.f.MATIh.M t'L'KKl) IN
Morion I.. Hill, of Lebanon Ind.. sas; "My
wlfo had liillaminatorv Itlienniatlsm in every
inimclu and Joint; her sutrerliiK was terrible
and her body and face were swollen almost be
yond recoKiililon; had been In bed six wevka
and' had clulit physicians, but received no
bsneQt until she tried the Mystic Cure for
IthenmatUm, It nave Immedlnto relief and
the was able to walk about In three days. I ara
sure It saved her life." Sold by.ll. K. Grlce,
Druggist. Itcd Cloud.
Order to Show Cause.
IN THE COUNTY COUHT.
State of Nebraska, l
Webster County, f
At a county court held at the comity court
room In nnd for said county, Wednesday,
May 21, A. II IK)I.
In the matter of the estate of Itlchard Ken
nil rcaiiniK ami muok nu pel lion 01 uaroiuic
Keaglo. tiled on tho Ulst da; of May. A. D. I!H.
lira Int; for the examination and allowameot
licr Ilnal ncromit of the same date, h decree of
asvlKiimcnt of thu lands bclonKlni; to said
estate to the persona entitled to the s'ime. in
onlur distributing the residue of personal es
tate, and thereupon nit order dlschnrgliiK her
from further burden nud service In her said
olhcc as executor.
ordered thatTues ay, thellth day of .lime.
A. D W at 10 o'clock a. m Is assigned for
hcarliu; said petition, when nil ptisons Inter
ested In said matter iiiuv appear at n county
court to bu held in and for said county and
show cause why praer of petitioner khould not
he emoted; and that notice of tliu pendancy of
said petition and the hearltiK thereof be hn
In all ners.ins Interested In said matter, by pub-
llshlllun copy of this order In tho Iteil Cloud
i'mikp, it weekly ucHspnper printed In said
county, for tlnee consecutive weeks prior to
said davof heating.
1-fAt.l A, II. Kkkmiv.
Jiiulil Comil) .IiiiIko
Order to Show Cause.
IN TUB CO! NTY C'Jl'HT.
State of Nebraska, I
Webster ( nty
In the matter of the estate of .tames McNult,
On rcndlm: nud HIIiik the petitlnn of Oliver
.mcmui. traviu; inai mo insirmneui men
on the ttli dav ot Mu v. 11KU. and pur-
portlm; to lie tne last wll ntul le-tumoiil of the
said deceased may bo proed. approved,
probated, allowed nud recorded as the
last will and testament of the said
James MeNiitt, deceased, nud that the
I nvi-niillnn nt flic Instrument tin committed, and
the administration of said estate may be Kraut
I'd to Oliver McNutt. ns executor.
Ordered, ihat Tuesday, the Hist daj of
Mav, A. 1). !"!, nt 1 o'clock p lu .
Is ' assigned for hearing said iu'litioii,
when all persons Interested In said mat
ter may appear at a county .'"iirlto be held In
and for said county ami show causo why
thu prajer of petition should nut be granted,
and that notice of tho pendancy of said petl
lion and the hearing thereof be plveu to all
persons Interested In said matter, by publish
Ing a copy of this order In tho Itcd cloud
t'lilEf. a weekly newspaper published In said
county, for three successive weeks prior to
said day of hearing.
ISE1I.I A, II. rtKENET,
RED CLOUD J
i WIUSSTBR COUNTY
REL estate )
I Sninn nf tlin flliot, furtim 1111(1 S
f city juop -rty in Wohstor Conn- 3
4 ty, Nebraska, for salo Prices i
f rtinnini,' from $l."i to $,'." per acre
J. P. HALE, P
i 3 '
I Red Cloud, Nebraska. ?
New, delicious summer
drink We havo U7 dif
fo.'ont flavors in
lt'c meals served; lunch
nt all hours.
The Bon Ton
W. S. BENSE. Proprietor.
Don't Be Fooleds
tlenulnc ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Is put up In while packages, manufactured
exclusively by the jlfadfjon Medicine
Co.. Madison, Wit. Sella at J3 cents a
puckaKc. All other are rank Imitations
und substitutes, don't risk your health by
taking them . TIIHUCNUINU makes sick
Beople Well, Keeps you Well. All honest
ealers sell the Genuine.
HOLLISTHK OHUO CO, Madison, Wis.
Clfmn.f. nil lirtulin.i Uie btlr,
Promotei lnxuriitt.t gruvth.
Never Puts to llntorc Oray
Uatr to It Youthful ColorV
Curr. M-sIp iIIw.m. Ji h.lr lltoj.
H. B. AStiER,
Of tho Ktinsiis Citv Voter,
inttry Colkro Ollieo lit U.
.lohnston's, the Urick Uurn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDliD
RED CLOUD, - - NEB.
At Blue Hill Mist Tuesday in each
E CHICHESTER'S CNQLIBH
iN. n.OrilnTnd Onlr Unmlae.
."IJNHArK. Al..,.t.ll.bl. Idlr,.i lirqidit
m v;iiiL,nr.N-.Kii' knullsii
In UKD nt Uold DuUlllo ton. n.1.1
v-tmtlrlbboD. Takeitktr. ReN.
Duitnai HakallllUoa. IbiIU
!! n.j or j.nr ltr.siin, r m4 4c. la
U4 'Ktllcr t.r liit," (aiur, b; r..
all Dricdn.. CkUkMUr 1'hra.lesl C.
Ill Umtlm Maura. VH1LA, VA.
carets CutH, Xiurnu, ltrulbcn.
In ubo for over nlxty ycura.
Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
for Man, UeiiHt or Poultry. licnt for Iloruc ailments.
limbera up StilTJolnts.
curcB FroatbltcM and Chilblains
curcH SpruiiiH uml StruiiiH.
citron Spuviu timt 11iiK)uh'.
Mustang Lisiiment Mustang Liniment
ih u potsitlvu cure for Piles. ciiioh nil forniH of Khcutnatism. ottrca Ctilccil Udtlcr In cowh.
Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
heuls Oltl SiirvH quickly. HcHt for Cattle allnientH.
Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
Tiet for Sheep ailments.
iiciictrutcH to tho very bone.
always given satisfaction.
liest tbitiij for a lame horse.
(hlveu ottt all iunaiinuatlou.
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