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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1904)
DO YOU GET UP
"WITH A I,AMB BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who tenth the news
papers is nitre to know of the wonderful
ctirvst iii.uiv iiy in.
i Kilmer's Swamp
I Root, the great hid
L ney, liver and hlad-
cures iiiaue iy in.
T&i fi 1.. 111.. n...nl ......1.
I M ieal triumph of the
1 1, 1 nineieemn cemury ;
3 of scientific research
by Dr. Kilmer, the
' i. mini. tit fctilllt'V mill
Madder specialist, and is wonderfully
miccessful in promptly citriiitfliiiiielnu'k,
uric add, catarrh of the bladder and
Uriel's !iease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swnmp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be
found just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, and has
proved so successful in every case that a
hpecial arrangement has been made by
which all readers of this paper, whoha
not already tried it, may have u sample
bottle sent free by mail, nlsoti book tell
ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to
fiudoutifyouhavekidncy or bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading tins
generous oner in iiusii"-' uio.ii ,
uuurcssio in. ftinuer
& Co., Uiiighamtou,
N. Y. The regular
fiftv.rw.nt mill mio
.Inltx- dm I.nll1i.c nri Items of Bwamolloot.
bold by all good druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Hinghamtoii, N. Y., on
A tlno rain Tuusdny night. Klin
creek wa out of its banks.
Tho farmers around here nro busy
Ladies' Aid society will not meet
Children's day exercises Sunday
morning were largely attended and a
lino program whm tendered.
Several front this neighborhood at
tended thu funeral of Miss Vance Foe
u' Red (Jloud Stinilny.
Mrs. Volincr of Los AngliN, Ctl,
was visiting her aunts iiitsitams Uikcr
uud Lowis Suinl'iy.
Kiiiiiust Kf.-rill ami family of Cowles,
wifu tho euusts of (.! L. Lewis Sunday.
Miss (lata Matlock of Cowles him
been visiting her sister, M i. C A
Mrs Heiriti of Scni'ui, Kan , has
b.'un visiting her parunts ninth of this
Misses Uuitlia and Lula Mitt tin and
Alta Uaker and Mr. and Mrs. Fr.mk
nines atti'iiilcd Childieu's Day i-xcr-vises
at lied Cloud Sunday uvoning.
Clarenco Lowis and wife of Ked
Cloud were heto Sunday.
A lino rain Tuesday night.
Lloyd Atuack was visitsng his broth
er at Dostwick Saturday niht.
Cecil Amuck has returned to ber
home near ltustwick.
Mrs. Pearl Ailes was picking goose
berries on her brothers farm Wednes
day. Tho singers of Ash Creek society will
meet at the homo of James McCartney
Friday evening, for song practice.
Charles Munger was visiting relatives
in the east part of tho town tho first of
Rev. W. T. Taylor preached to an
Attentive audience, at the Ash Creek
The FREE Homestead
Lands of .
Millions of acres of magnificent
(irnln anil Grazlnc Lands to be
had as n tree clft, or by pur
chase from Hallway Compan
ies, Land Corporations, etc.
The Great Attractions
Good crops, delightful ell
mute.iilviidld school ni strm,
perrVct loclut condition!,
rxcrptlomtl rulltvar uUtiiii
li(r. unit wealth and nlttu
dice iiequlrd euilly.
Tlio population ol Western
Canada Increased 128,000 by Im
migration ilurlnetho past year,
over 50.000 belne Americans.
Wrlto to tho nearest author
(ted Canadian Government
A Kent lor Canadian Alia and
other Information: or address
W. V. BPNNP.TT.
York Ufe Uldg., Omaha. Neb.
, . ..o, Hinco,
enrea Sprains and StruluH.
Js a positive cure for riles.
i m mi !" i
M. K. chin nh, last Sunday, both morn
ing and ovoning.
Frank Ailc and family took dlnntr
with S C. Munger last Sunday.
Real Estate Transfers.
Trntufors for week ending Wednes
day, .Juno U, furnished by J II.
Uniley of Webster County Abstract
Sylva Ktiutoti and husband to .J
I) Campbell ud ml 17 1-10 wil..00
L'liils SoderhnKT nml wife to (ins
taf Hi den wl 111 Ml wil HOOD
Itnscltn A liogott to Louis Sodur
betg lots (i to 1) block 10 Mine
inn wd anoo
W S Ashby nnd wife to Lena
Lanipmaii w'J si J f, !1 !) wd.. 'J00O
Mary C M'.-tfiilf to G 11 Potter ut I
Il'J 1-10 wd 000
Milo S'Martiu and wife to S Heck
with ni i ai-a ii wd r.ooo
John S Hoover to Helen J Wilson
lots ? to 10 block 7 Hoovers add
to Itlttf Hill wd 00
Sarah A IVison and busbaiii to
Ktnimt Horen lots 1 to 1 block 5
iarheisadd tolled Cloud wet... 1000
Moitgages Hied JlltOO
Mortgages released $71100.
THEY DIDN'T PART.
firm Two IlroliM-n Ke4tlod u Slntter
An nnglisb book of rcmlnlscr-nces
tells of two fwiulrcH imiuhmI Leiiiuiiii of
lvybrldge "two thin, delicate looking
old men, twin Ix-othcra, seventy-two
yours old, with white hair, very gentle
and ctmrtcotiB In manner, red cutaway
eoiits, white cords, black boots, cup a
nnd glovea." When past sixty yearn
of age one night after hunting one of
them Bald to the other: "I hnvo been
thinking neither of uh can have much
longer to live hi tills world nnd it will
be n terrible thing for the mirvlvor to
have to remain here alone. Don't you
think one of lis ought to inarryV"
"Yes," was the reply. "I have thought
ho for it long time." "Well, do you
know of any lady?" "Ye.s; I do. In
there any oncyou fancy V On com
paring notes 11 appeared they had both
Ncleoteil the same woman, the manager
of a hotel ut Okehuinpton. "Well,"
mild one, "we haw lived together nil
these years without it wry word, and
U'h u pity we should fall out at our
time of life." So they tossed up who
should marry her. The winner rode
down to Okehanipton next nmnilng
nnd was accepted. All three lived to
gether and the wife nui'Hed both broth
ers In their last IIIiiosh uud was left
It la a Sort of l'iirulNU of IMttirr
tlit- .tltiHvli'N or .Ncni'n.
Writers' cramp, which Is morn parnly
bIs than cnitnp, is causal by cxeptwlvc
writing, esiK-clally when In "a weak or
depressed condition. It Is still 11 mat
ter of doubt whether this embarrass
ing dc'fect In duo to u fuirure of the
central nervous system or whether It
arisen In the muscles iuvolvcnl.
Duchenne, one ot the highest author
ities on nerve dlHeuaco, holds that It is
an affection o the great nerve efntpra,
for local treatment of the hand doea
no good, and cramp rapidly appears In
the left hnnd If tho sufferer truiWers
the work to It. It 1b robably caused
by the complete exhaustion of some
portion of the brnln which presides
over the movements of the group of
Itest Is the chief, If not tho only,
cure, though the substitution of a
keybonrd typewriter l.i the early stage
la often of no avail. A dial machine,
which iiiubMm.' grasped with linger and
thumb, Is not so successful. IMiitilstM.
violinists, telegraph clerks, tailors and
many othera suffer from 11 Hltnmir
PLANTS IN BEDROOMS.
Tln-y Arc llnrnil.HH In t,r- Dit) time,
liut VlrloiiM ut Mulit.
lu the daytime, when sunlight stlm
ulates their nutrition, plants can do
no harm lu bedrooms, for then they
give oft' oxygen and are useful lu nf
Eorblng from the air the carbon which
la Injurious to animal life. The free
Uhe which Is made nowadays of llow
ers and plants In our hospitals Is In it
self Hiitiielent proof that this is a whole
some means of ministering mental
1 cheer and comfort to the sick nnd suf-
i At night the case Is different. Theu
nil plants and (lowers are removed
from hospital wards, because they ex
hale the carbonic acid which they have
gathered from the koII nnd air and
thus give off by a process similar to
respiration a gas whlli Is Injurious,
I We may therefore conclude that dur-
I lug tho hours of darkmws, when the
respiratory process is active and tho
nutritive is at u standstill, plants should
have no place In our bedrooms. What
Is prudent in spacious wards Is Imper
ative In smaller chambers.
Jn UHe for ovtir nixty yeara.
cures Spavl ami KhiKbont
cures all forms of Ithctiinutisiu.
INFLAMMATORY HIIEVMATIsjM CUIIEU IN
Morton L. Mill, of I.ebntioii Iml,, Mi)i; "My
wife hfld liiflnmnintorv llliciunMlm lu every
tniuclc nml Joint, livr Millcrlng hai tcrtlblu
mill lier bodj nml fnre wcro swollen nltnoii be
yond rcrognllloiii hfld been In bed fix ecki
nml' liiul elKht hylclnin'. but retched no
benefit 11111II flie tried the Mytle fare for
Khetimntl'in. It ttave Immcdliilu relief and
c wim nblo to walk nbniitln Ihreo ilnn. 1 tun
itro It MWil her lift." hold by II, C nrlce,
I) UKKlt. lied Cloud.
Thn Burlington's Low
(So somnwherii thN xiiniinei , If not to
St I.t.tt s then to the inouiitiiiux, bike
or sea-ihore, e.'iinine thli gieat scheme
of vacation toiirt: '
St Louis and leMirn. A I kinds ot
reduced rates daily besides "peeial ,
ciii'li exclusions I'ach Monday in .June.
Chicago and leturii: Kithtir direct 01
via St. Louis, daily low lutes; also very
cheap June 111 to 'JO.
Indiunpolis and return, $'.22 20 Jutitt
'JO and 27
Atlantic City and return, 87 70 July
l) and 10.
Cincinnati and return, $24 70 July 15
Deliver, Colorado Springs, I'uohlo,
(Jlenwood Springs, Salt Lake, lilaek
Hills pratloiillv half tates all summer.
Michigan, Minnesota und Wisconsin,
IhuLako Ileott., and Laku Steamer
Tours very fa voluble rates stopovers
at St. Louis on through tickets see
thu grandest creation by thu hnnd of
man. Ask the agent for full details,
L. W. Wakklky,
(Senernl Passenger Agent,
To Mothers In this Town.
Children who ate delicate, feverish
nnd cross will get immediate relief
from Mother (irny's Sweet Powders for
childten They cleanse tho stomach,
act on the liver, making a sickly child
strong and healthy. A certain cure
foe win ins. Sold by all druggMs, 2."j
It nple free. Address, Allen S. Ulm
to ., LcKoy, N. Y.
'EVfcO C TORA
Aen fr Women
arc very mucli tnrasnion
gDvcnvbocly it seems is
There's nothing w0 m
know of more
Let us. showou w
Some oro of delightfully i
quaint )iiitorus,otliorb most
When you have company
you want your tnble to look
its prettiest. Snowy linen, 11
few flowers nnd some fof our
silverware nnd cut glass will
give your guests iimiiy pleas
nut thoughts of their visit.
Jewelers and Opticians,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska..
Red Cloud, Neb.
SI. J OK
SI. LOUIS nnd
all points etist and
SAII LAKE C'i
and all point'
TUAtSiS I.KAVK AH FOLLOWS:
So, 13. I'askenKer dally for Oberllu
and bt Frauds branches. Ox
ford. MrCook, Denver and all
points west... ..... O'ltta.m
No, 14. Passenger dally for bt. Joe,
KaiissH City, Atchison. St.
Louis, Lincoln via Wyruora
and all polatN east and south 2'10 a, to
No 15. l'asseiiKer. dally. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
California . a:l(lp.m
No, 10. 1'assciiKar. dally for St Joe,
Kansas City. Atchison. St.
Louis and all points east and
south .. IO-.'.m
No. 174. Accommodation, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. Hast
Inns, Grand Island, lllack
Hills and all points In the
Sleeping. dlnltiK, and reclining crujlr ran
(seals free! on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to auy point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tablet, maps or tlcketi
call on or address A. Connver, Agent, Ked
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Frauds, General Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska
for Mun, ButiHt or Poultry.
heals Old Sores quickly.
cures Caked Udder In cows.
New. delicious summer
drink We hnvo .'17 dif
fc.'cnt llaors in
h"c meals served; lunch
ut all bouts
The Bon Ton
IV. S. BENSti. Proprietor.
Notice of the Proposed Refunding of the
Water Bonds of the City of Red Cloud,
in Webster County Nebraska.
Public notice Ih hereby nlvoii, imrtuntit to n
rc'xulialuiiiliily nilupled by tliu MiiyorDinlroiiti
ell of tho city of Hud Cloml. la Wcboter count)',
Ncbrnokn, uud uatt'tvil In tliu inlmilet of llielr
iroccvillii!;s, of the rcKiilsr incctliiK held Jane
Tlmt wherens, there arc (crista oatMntidliiK
and unpaid unlcr liondi of 'eld city of lied
Cloud, la the amount of Jj'.'.DiQ of the original
liMie of fiS.UDM) beiirliiK Interest at lx per cent
per arinun. whlca were voted and nuthorbed to
be 1-iMied April I, ls,T, nml nro now pnynblc
nl die option of xald city and soon to full due
which bonds It Ih desired to take up nnd ami
pay oil' bylthe Issue, and Mile or the lstie nnd
exehaiiKO therefor, of nhe bonds of hiicIi city
for the ald ainount due, but at n lower rate of
Interett, purnunnt to the pruvbloiiH of chap
tertf (especially sectlonn 3S to 41 Inclusive) ol
the Compiled btitutes of Nebranka, IPttJ, (Cob
bey's Annotntcd atatue, 1903, sections liiT&O to
Therefore tald Mayor and council wl.l, at
their reKiilar selon at the Fireman's hall la
salil city of lted Cloud. 011 July Ctb, 19l. at b
o'clock p. in. of mU day. take up and consider
said proportion and a proposed ordinance (iro
tlilliiK tor Mich refunding of said outaulltif;
lndebtcdncs: at which time and place any tax
pajer of said city of lted Cloud may flic objec
tions to such piopoted action.
I.. II. KOIIT.
City Clerk of tho ell) of lted Cloud
(Seal.) Dated .Itiuc ;th, t'.OI
Order to Show Cause.
IN TUP. COINTV COfnT.
Mate of Nebra-ka. 1
Wi'biter County 1
At n eiiuntj court held nt the cnuiitv court
room In uud for mid count) , .Ma HIm, A. I.
In the nia'ter ut tho estate of (ii'ori;u(ilbbuii.
On leailliu; an I IIIIul' the tixtllloii of Marv A
l.araua. prnvlin; that ailmlidhtratliiu of said
i'MiiU- nut) boferauteil In II. It. tlniuns. n nd
Order d. that Monday, the tilth ilns of .Tune,
I) ltlil at lo o'clock 11 111., Is nsifuued foi
hearlliK -aid petlllnti, wueii nil person Inter
esled In said matter ma) appear at 11 co ml)
court to Ii-held In and tor said cininn to show
nusouliy prajer ol petitioner should not be
trained, and that notice of the pendancy of
said petition uud hearlliK thereof be nhen In
nil ixrsoiiH liiltro--H.il in said mnUr, by luib
IM1I11K n cop) of this urdel ill the lted Cloud
Chief, 11 weekly lieu -paper pilnled III snld
count), for threu consecutho cok8 prior to
Midi day of hearing.
tKAL A 1. KEH.SKV.
unlO Couutv Jmlinr.
Annual Estimate of Expenses and Re
port of Revenues Received.
The following Ik the aiiiiual estimate of ex
pensesof the probable amount of aoney neces
sary for all purposen to be raised In the cltv of
lied loud. Nedraska, durlug the eimilng tlscal
Kor otllcerB salarlcB (1160 no
For street and tillers - fioo ro
For costi and expenses of litigation W O)
For supplies and printing luO 00
For nialiitciiance and care of city water
works .XX 00
For interest on water bonds l.vo ui
For Interest 011 electric light bond JWO o
For contingent and Incidental eipencs 200 U0
For health protection at;aliiticoiiiageoui
Total $8410 (O
The following In n statement of the tutlre
revenues of said city of Red Cloud for the putt
Collected In general fund (ITM M
OocupHtloii tax collected - --MO Ttl
From JudKinent fund lit" on
From water fund .... - l&U Ml
From Insurance companies........... ......... 1W no
Total WJI8 01
(heal) E. V. Itoss, Ma)or.
Attest: I,. II Font, City Clerk.
Application for License.
Notice Is hereby kIicii that u petition signed
by thirty or moru resident freeholders of the
precinct of Oak Creek, Webster county, e
linukii, has been Hied with the clerk of said
couiit). pra)ltiK Unit 11 IJceusH bu granted by
said count) to A I) tirubeu for the sale of malt,
spirituous uud Ninons liiiiors. la the village of
loemout In said precluct; Unit action ulll be
taken at thu llstl mectltiK of ths board of county
commissioner. .lune'JUth, A. I). I'.UI.
i: s. (iAitiiKit County Clerk.
Daled this '.Mth day of .Mil), Wj.
Notice to Creditors.
IN TIIK COUNT V UOL'HT.
htato of NebraKka. I
Webster Couuty. f
In the matter of the estate of (leorge (ilbbons,
Nollce Is hereby Klcn to all persons having
claims mid (lemiiuds iiKalnst (ieurKo (ilbbons
late of Webster county, dsceascd, that the time
llxed for IIIIiik claims Htalnst siilil estate In six
mouths from tho Mh da) of July, l'.)l.
All bucti persons are reitilred t,u present their
claims, Willi the vouchers, to the County Judue
of said count), at his othce theieln, on or before
the lulh iluy of Jamixr) 10, A; nnd nil claims so
tiled will be heaid before the snld Judno on thu
lllh day of Jnnuary, lOoft. at on oo'isluck p. in.;
and that the administrator Is allowed one )tar
from tho lllth day of June, l!il, la thsch to pay
tho debts allowed against said estate, and settle
1kal A. II. Kkenkv.
JulyH County J mine.
jjest for Ilorao ailments.
. Ucst for Cattle ailments.
Best for Sheep ailments.
Satis? act 1ei
City Dray and Express Line.
1 W. STUEI1AKEH, PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR
L mr rv, . . f
Do you know that it will pay YOU. as
well ns US, to buy your Uiiilding Mil
terittl and Uoul ut otiryiinlsV Not only
that our prico avkhaoi: lower, or ut
lotist us low, us thoso of our competit
ors, but UKCU'.se wo tnko ospei'inl euro
of uud protect till can be classed us
U K d U L A K C U S T O M K It S .
PL ATT &
TRADERS LUMBER CO.
lumber and Coal,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
-l ant think emdd kt
IstmM witboat Thedford't BUvck
Drmngbt. We hare aaod ft In th
family for over two yeara with th
beat of reenlta. I have not had ,
aootor.la the house for that lrnfth
of time. It I tJs doctor In itself and
avlwaya ready to make a peraon well
ad happy."-JAMEB HULL, Jack-
Because this great medicine
relieve! stomach pains, frees tho
constipated bowels and invigor
ates the torpid liver and weak
is necessary in tho homo where
Thedford's Black-Draught is
kept. Familiei living in tho
country, miles from any physi
cian, have hecn kept m nealth
for'etrra with (his medicine as
their only doctor. Thcdford'n
Black-Draught cures bilious
ness, dyspepsia, colds, chills and,
fever, bad blood, headacheef
diarrhoea, constipation, colin
and almost every other ailment
because the stomach, bowelB
'liver and kidneys so nearly con
trol tho health.
limbers up StlflTJolnta.
penetrates to the very bone.
always gives satisfaction.
ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
feBk CHICHEBTKR'S ENGLISH
nr SJtilvuiarrKiVS ENUL1HH
IlB ItED SOt t)ld BllSllia bolM MtlM
Bmmrmrmm KaktUtaUMS ul lmlu
Haas. j f ni Urin, .r 4 Hi. ik
"ft '. PMitnUn,TMttaiBmU
M - H1MT lr LMIm,- M MMr, ST r.
. (am MkU. ie,ee)TtUMiuu. sVUv
I DlUlllu. Cklikulorknluir.
444 SU4IM aemar. fifllX. f
fDoN'T Be Fooled A
tlenulne KOCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
la put up In wl.lte packages, manufactured
exclusively by the fitadlion titdlcin
Co.. Madison, Wit. Sells at as cents a
package. All other are rank imitations
and substitutes, don't risk your health by
taking them. THnaiiNUINU makes sick
Bcople Well, Keens you Well. All Honest
calcrs sell the Genuine.
MOLUSTER DKUO CO, Madison, WIs.
, HAIR BALSAM
clfirr, anj tunn the hstr.
1 ruiiioiot luiurintit $7owth
Nevor tails to Ittitorn Qrsy
Itnlr to its youthful Color.
Cum po'p dl.An tt hair liJlliig.
itv, iiJtl.n.'' Dmgfliu
Notice to Creditors.
IN THE C'Ol.N'TV COIHT.
State of Nctirni,kii, 1
Webter Comity f
In tlie matter of tlio estate of James McNtitt,
Notlcu Ik liereby ulven to all persons harlnK
claims and ilemiimlK nicaliist .Tnme-t McNntl,
lute of Welister county ileccased. Hint tliu tint &
lled for IllltiK claims HKalnst hhIiI ei-tatu Is six
months from llie&Mli iluy of , lime ll)t.
All sncii tersiHisari' ieiiilred to prevent tlielr v
claims with lite vnucliers to UioUutmi) .lltdiieor t
said romity.al IiIm ulllce ihrreln, on or before'
the Mill dy of Dertmlitr 1WI; ami nil cIaIihh
fo Hied will he liennl liefnro the said Jndite on
tlieSTlli day of Deccinoei IVOlut one o'eloclc p.
in,; nml that ihe ailn InUiriitnr Is alloned mm
enr trom the .'list da; ot May 190 In which to
imy thedehls nllowed itKnliist tnld estate, and
settle the Fame.
EI. A, II. KEENET.
CHIEF $1.00 PER YEAR.
cures Frostblteu and Chilblalntsi
llcst thing for a lame horse
drives out all inflammation
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