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DIRECTIONS FOR USE!
WlggteStlck around In the water.
(Concluded rrom rlrst i'aKo )
Jrftmlpa Finey is visiting friends in
YT. A. Howard U comternplating of
moving to town.
-' i'liiiletfoy.U reported nt tho homo
qI Mr. amWInJChM. ShuUo.
' Mf. and Mrs. John Hudson rccontly
from Oklahoma Territory, havo rented
nrnndna Finncv'a farm, and aro domi-
oil,., I lh UrandDa and Gratulma
Born to '"Mr. nnd Mrs. Hliinohurt
Dungbnrt, August lo, a son. nn par
ties doing well. ,
Died. At tho Homo of John Green In
Nuokoll Cdutity, ou Saturday August
IS, Liura'Bo.lc, youngist child of Mr.
njurMrs.Oicur Shirley, aged 1 yr 11
,Vnion. 14 da, The mother and llttio ono
wero visiting at Mr. Greens when tho
babo look the f.ital sickness and died.
Funeral services wero conducted by
Kev. Hulchins of Cowies, at Kekly
church on Sunday afternoon, uflor
which tho remains wero laid to rest in
Stillwater cemetery. Tho bereaved
family bavo the sympathy of tho entire
Fold the little waxen lingers
Across the sunny breast,
Sadlyclofo the drooping eyelids,
Laura is at rest.
On the snowy coflln pillow.
Lay the sunny bead,
lay our darling gently
In her lonely bed.
Never can a ping of angnrish
Pierce that tender breast,
She isfreo from all carthV sorrow's,
Liurais at rest.
Tis bird to yield oue loved ono
To the silent tomb,
But we know the precious llower,
Will in heaven bloom.
Gentle hands boro our uarling
To that land of rest,
Laid tho treasuro softly, gently,
On our Savior's breHst.
An I ho will guard our little ono,
For ho has promised rest,
So try not mourn for her
But think how she Is blest.
Mrs.' Minnie Niinn, formerly Liinim,
of llrenwood, Cal., who hns been
visiting relatives hero for soiuo'.lme,
left for homo Woilnosday.
Mrs. Joe Klllough was very agreeably
surpi'is-d on Tuesday evening 'by a
a number of her rela'.lvcs and frionds
fathering in and spending tho evening
tho occasdun being her birthday,
auniversity. Ice cream aud cake wero
served Mrs. Klllough was presonted
number of ulco presents.
ttosy Klllough is stayiug at homo
Card of Thanks.
Wo desiro to thank tho neighbors
and friends who so kindly assisted us
duilng the Illness of our llttio child
nnd whoso tenderly helped to lay her
away iu her lust resting p ace nnd
tlioso who brought tho beautiful Mowers.
Their kindness will never bo forg ton
Mrs. O. H. Frisbiu is on tho sick list.
John Barnes left Monday for Fair
(J. W. Baker and wlfo, woro in Guide
Hock, tho first of tho week.
Mrs. Po9telwolght nnd daughter of
Jlllnola aro visiting Mrs. Jim Doyle.
Miss NelleC.jckralli attending camp
meetlcg at Duweeso.
Most every oio is through threshing.
Mrs. John Hnlcomb's cousin from
Wisconsin, has been visiting horo tho
past few days.
The aid socioty mot with Mrs.
There has been six now residents
added to Guide Bock this wook, as
-witness tho following: Born, to Mr.
and Mrs. N. M. Doudua on August 11,
ngirl. to Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Hall,
-August 12, a girl, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred
'.U, iger, Auguit 12, twin girls, to Mr.
itsmtr tt i
m i m i?
'pT- ii.. :
and Mrs. llort'Van Horn, August 15,
n girl to Mr. a"d Mrs. Geo. Giitbur,
August 13, n girl.
Lightning struck at Andy Guy's
Mondnv evening, shacking tho family
and killing two colts,
II, H, Hunter says tho report that ho
had fruit stolen is a mistake.
Miss Ir.la Hunter Is attending insti
tute nt Nelson, Neb
Issaao B. Colvin is gathering produce
for tho statu fair. If you hnvo any linn
specimen's leave a sample nt C dvin's
ofllco on tho 22nd or S.'l I of this month.
The professor has tirrived and is pre
paring for hi-t labors during tho com
ing school yea'.
Quito n number aro reported sick,
south of town.
A. L. Drink water was down from
Brunlng, Neb., looking aftor his in
terests here, last week.
Ttio second crop of Alfalfa is now in
Tho Fruit brothers aro busy thresh
ing, on Statu crook and noar tho state
Tho l'onny Uroek and M'. Hopo Sun
day schools, will hold a btukot picnic
at tho Sherwood ranch, August 23.
Itov. Malon Lamb of North Branch,
will deliver a leoturo to tho children, at
7 p.m. nnd the Kev. J. J. Campbell
will, on thnt day preach his farewell
.sermon. All that feel likn donating to
tho Kev. Campbell aro requested to do
so at this tiinu. Kvory ono is invited
to comoand bo sure to bring well tilled
J. K. Fox nnd Kirncst Beauchnmp,
havo just completed a bridgo near the
Tho county bowl have had a bridge
built acroHs State Creek near S. C.
Kev. J. J. Campbell and family wero
tho guests of Mrs. L. Aubushou Sun
day. There was an ico cream social at S.
C. Shucks, tho til si of tho wtek.
Mrs. Will Dulons 1b on tho sick list,
Kansas City Market.
Special to Tiik Chief.
Unexpected light receipts of cattle
this week put a different faco on tho
market, as compared with a week ago.
Tho big break in beef steers list week,
ranging from 40 to 7o cents, checked
receipts, nnd market on steers began to
improvo Friday, and hns been irregul
arly stronger each day since, and aro
now 15 to 20 cents hieher than low
time last week. Top price this week,
&.r 70 today, and t.r GOyesterdav. (iras
lin'shed steers range from C ?Jj to 81 o."i.
tows, heifors and butcher cattln held
about steady during tho week, nnd
prices aro tinner this week, best heifers
selling nt $1.00 to $1 85, cms SSfiO to
84 00, meaty gaS( cows and hi'if.'rs
2 50 to $:i no, veal calves M.7S to 81 SO,
but canners aro still dull and low.
Stockers and feeders havo changed
very llttio since a weok ago. Stockers
and stock calves are very low and a
Kiod m ny cattlo of this clasp went out
Inst weok that looked worth tho nionoy,
stockers at 82.75 to $: 7."), and stock
calves had tho wido range of 81.03 to
$11 no, but most saloi wero at 82.&0 to
8U 25 Feeders woro more wanted, and
fair to good ones sold at 8U 00 to $3 75,
and choicn cattle of good wolghts sold
at 81.00 to 81 25. (Jood corn cattlo will
probably suit higher, but shippuis
go slow on other kinds.
Hog miirkot closed last weok after a
series of reverses, ystorday's market
opened 10 to 15 cents higher, and most
sales wero made on this basis, but
market weakened at tho closo. These
conditio: s weio exactly ropoited today
and the mass of th business was done
at 85 00 to 85 20, with pigs and light
hogs at 85 25 and 85 .'10 Quality is
good, and weights avorago first half of
August 211 lb. or 5 lbs. moro than
month of Jul?. Shippors nro being
advised to market their heavy hogs
but lighter grades cm bo held for a
oouplo of weeks, when higher prices
should rule on this clnss.
Sheep receipts wero better last week
but prices closed tho weok 10 to 25 cents
lower, most loss, of course, on common
kinds. Lambs bring up to 80.00 for
best, wotlors 83.75 to 84 00 owes 83.00 to
83 GO, feeding wethers 83 00 to ftl.-tO,
feeding owes 82.25 to 83 00. A fair
supply of country kinds of sheep nnd
lambs aro now coming from the West.
J A. Itlcart,
L. S. Correspondent.
Kansas City, Mo ,Tuesay, Aug. 10.
Two Personally Conducted Excursions
to Boston via Burlington Route.
Special exclusion to Boston leaves
Lincoln Atljust llili. nt 0 p m in
ch.trge of Cunplnln I'. H Hatidall. A
second excursion leaves Linco'n Aug
Ujt lUtli, at 0 p in, in chargo of J. U.
Ferguson. Throtigli tourist cars from
Oiinhii. Short stops at thu show places
of tho east. A chance to return via
St. Louis nnd seo tho World's Fair, tho
greatest crention by tho hand of man.
If you aro figuring on tho trip talk
toouragent about these excursions,
a very low rate for tho round trip, with
all conditions most favorable. Or,
write to mo.-L. W. Wakbly, G. P. A.
Burlington llonte, Omaha, Neb.
This Will Interest Mothers.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children, cure feverishness, bad stom
ach, summer bowel troubles, teething
disorders, cleanse aud regulate tho
bogles and destroy worms, They J
never fail. Over 30.000 testimonials.
At all druggists, 2.10. Sample free.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy,
Children who aro delicate, feverish
and cross will get immediate relief
from Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children They cleanse tho stomach,
act on tho liver, making a sickly child
stioig and healthy. A certain cure
for worms. Sold by all druegUti, 2."i3.
Sample free. Address, Allen S. Olm
sted, LeUoy, N. Y.
INFLAMMATORY ItllKLMATIbM CURED IN
Morton L. Hill, of Lclmimn. Ind.. nys; "My
wife IiikI InttnmtQHtorr IllicuiiiHllsra In every
muvclo himI Joint; tier MilfvrliiK hs terrible
ninl licr baily and face were nwollen nlinost be
yond rci'OKiiltlon: hail been In bed ilx weckk
ninl" I1111I clKht iihjMtlmi". but received no
benefit until Mie tried the MyMlc Cure for
ItlieiimfltlHtn. It xnve Immedlntc relief and
the nn able to wallc about In three dayx. I am
flure It xavf d her life." Sold by.H. . Orlce.
DrugRltt. Itcd Cloud.
Order To Shew Cause.
IN TIIK COUNTY COURT.
State of Nebraska, I
Webster Couuty f
At n countv court held at tbc county court
room In'and for (Hid county Aunuet 17. A, D
In tbe matter or the estate of John J SheltOD,
On reading and filing the petition of Harriet
K. Shelton, praying tbat admlnlatratton of tald
tunte may be granted to Harriet E. Shelton, on
Oidered. that Monday the Sth day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1901, at one o'clock p. m , la avelkued
for hearing raid petition when all pertotm
lntrted humid matter may appear at a county
court to be held In and for laid county aud
dhow cause why prayer of petitioner thould not
be granted; and that notice of the pendency of
raid petition and tbe hearing thereof be given
to all personit Interested In said matter, by pub
llshlngacopy of thin order In the Red C'.oun
Ciimr, a weekly iiewnpnper printed In said
counly, for three consecutiie wceko prior to
said day of heurlug.
(Scai,) A. II. Kekkev.
Septa County .nidge.
Atchison Globe Sights.
When Lovely Character people do
get mad, look out.
Not very long after marriage, people
bejsin to look very homeiick to be
If you harp on your Krievnnco long
enough your friends will hnvo ono big
ger than yours.
Xo ono takes a men's cussing vory
seriously; then why tako so seriously
a woman's weeping?
No woman with an iucomo of less
than 1500 11 month should bo permitted
to wear a dress with 11 train.
A loving wlfo frequently says of her
fat husband: "Ho isn't at all well, but
ho doesn't say anything"
Usually when the mothor goes away
on a visit, the daughter hits her tlrst
experienco iu cleaning u chicken.
Do you laugh with tho young, or do
you laugh nt them? The former Is tho
plun If you wish to remain young.
Cld peoplo sometimes complain be
cause they are left alone so much, but
tho truth Is they would bo bored to
death If tho young peoplo trlol to
An Atchison man was latoly elected
delcgato to tho national meotiug of his
lodge in San Francisco, Ho was much
pleaded over his "victory." Still ho
will be compelled to neglect his busl.
ness for two weoks, and ho has a very
actlvo competitor. Tho competitor
will uot fail to tako advantage of tho
absenco of his rival. This lodgo busl
uoss ruins many a good man.
Ely's Cream Balm
This Romody Is a Specific,
Suro to Clvo Satisfaction.
OIVK8 RELIKP AT ONCE
It clonuses, noothes, hvnls, nnd protects tho
d!eaod membrane. It cures Catarrh and
drives nwny a Cold iu the Head quickly.
Restores the Senses of Tasto aud Smell.
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into tho nontrils nnd absorbed.
Larue Size, CO cents nt Druggists or by
mnll; Triul Sizo, 10 cents by mail.
. ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warren St.. Ntw York,
Proposed Constitutional Amendent.
The following proposed amendent to, and
convention for the revMon or, the constitution
of the State of Nebraska, a lierelnnftert.et forth.
In-full. I submitted to trie clcctom of the State
of Ncbrnka. to be voted upon at the general
election to be held Tuesday, November 8 A. 1).
(Sesatb Fii.k No. 114.)
AUDI torn Joint IlvMilutlon recommending
to the elector of the statu to vote at the next
election of member of the LegHnture for or
nunli'.-t a convention to revlc. amend and
change the Constitution of the Mate of Nebras
kn In accordiince wl'-h Section -.', Article IS. of
the Con'.ltut!on of the State of Nebraska.
IU it limokal ly lif Lejltlattirt oftheStatt of
1. Tlint It !? deemed necessary to call a con
vention to revNe. amend and chonge the Con
stitution o! the Slnte of Nebraska.
i. That the electors art recommended to vole
nt the next election of member;) of the I.cgls
lature for or against a convention to revhe.
amend aud change tbe ronstltutlon of the State
3. That at such next election of members of
tbe Legislature on the ballot of each elector vo
ting at such clvctlon. shall be printed or written
In such manner that the elector can Indicate
hit preference under the law the word: "FOR
calling n convention to tevlsc. amend and
change the Constitution of the State of Nebras
ka." and "AGAINST calling a convention to re
vise, amend and change the Constitution of the
State of ebraska;" and If a majority voting.
nt said election shall vote for a convention, the
Legislature shall, at Its next session, provide by
law for calling the mine.
I, Geo. W. MhmIi. Secretary of State of the
State of Nebraska. ! hereby certify that the
foregoing proposed amendment to the Conttltu
tlon of the State of Nebraska. la a true and cor
rect copy of the original enrolled bill passed by
the Twenty eight session of tho Leglslaturo ot
the State of Nebrasea. as It appears from said
original bill, on file In my office, nnd that said
proposed amendment and revision of the Con
stltution of the State of Nebraska Is submitted
to the riualllled voters of the State of Nebraska,
for their adoption or rO-ctlon. Bt the general
elecllo.i to be held on Tueiday, tho 8sh day of
November. A. D. 1904.
In testimony whereof, I hcruinto et my hand
nniliifilitdthearent.Selof tho State of No
rjune at I.lncfln thlsMh day of Julr. In the
year of our Lord One Thousand Nine llundrod
nnd Four, of the Independence of the United
Stntcs the One Hundred and Twenty Ninth
nnd of tbls stiito thu Thirty Eighth.
(fil-.EAT seat.) Geo V. Maiisii.
Secretary of State.
II CLOUD, NEBRASKA,
Jl UIU1HVJI Ull
Notice of Bond Sale.
Notice is hereby given that the City
of Red Cloud, in Webster Couuty,
Nebraska, offers for sale or oxclmngo
S'JU 000.00 of 1 1-2 I'En cknt Refunding
Watek bonds In denominations of i.'OO
ench;M.vriut!NO i!0 Y kails from August
1st, 1001, Optional payment on and
after 10 Years.
I Sealed bids for th purohaso of all
or a part thereof, or tho exchange
' theroror of ull'or a part of tho orignal
lsuo dated Juno 1st, 1887, will bo
received uy tno uuy uicrK uuui oo
1 of Sei'temiieu 7th, 1101, nnd noted''
upon by tho City Council at its meeting
meeting that date. Tho right to reject
auy and nil bids is reserved.
I All bids must bo accompanied by a
Cebtified check for two run cent, of
amount bid for, as forfeit in caso bid
is accepted and not completed.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
L H. FORT,
I Visit The Old Folks.
I Ono fare plus $3 for tho round ttip
I to a great many piints In Ohio, Ind
ilnna and Kentucky. Tickets on alo
I September 0, 10, 20, '27 and October 11,
Good via St. Louis and for stopover at
I tho groat exposition. Final limit thirty
' I days. Seo mo for full particulars or
wnto to L, W. U'akely,
enger Agent Omaha,
City Dray and
F. -V. STUJN5HATCEK, PROP,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest-
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
ii a, Or vijfikvfc ( aoivi iiU(ia(aia(a(ai4a(vfcU(aviviavi vfciii ifci0(U.4aaikv4k'-
5 AY, HISTERl
Do you know that It will pny YOU. as
well as US, to buy your Iiuikling Ma
terial and Coal ut ouryards? Not only
that our prices averaoe lower, or nt
least as low, as tlioso of our competit
ors, but because wo take especial caro
of and protect all can bo classod as
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Lumber and Coal,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
MBS. CECELIA STOWE,
Orator, Entre Nona Club.
170 "Warren Avenue,
Chicago, III., Oct. 22, 1902.
For nearU four vears 1 suffered
from ovarian troubles. Tho doc
tor insisted on an operation as tho
only way to get well. I, however,
strongly oujectca 10 an operauon.
Mv husband felt disheartened as
well as I, for home with a sick
woman 1b a disconsolate place at
best. A friendly druggist advised
him to get n bottlo of Wino of
Cardui for mo to try, and ho did eo.
my recovery was very rapid. With
in eighteen weeks I was another
Mrs. Stowe'a letter shows every
woman how n homo is saddened by
femalo wcaknes nnd how completely
Wino of Cardui cures that sick
nnRa nnd brines health and harm!-
ncss again. Do uot go on suffer
inrr. Go to vour druccist todav
ana securo a Jl.00 bottio of Wine
Order to Show Cause.
IN TIIK COUNTV COUi.T.
State of Nebraska, I
Webster Couuty, f
Atn county court held at tho couuty court
room In nnd for said county, August 2d, A.
Iu the matter of the citato of John A. Ilenscn,
On reading and tiling tho petition of K. M.
lic-iiMiti. pn) lug ihnt administration of said
estiue may be granted to K. M. llenson, ns ad
Ordered, that Saturday tho 20th day of August
A. I). UK) I. at 10 o'clock a. m ! assigned for
hearing said petition when nil persons Interest
ed In snld matter may appear at 11 comity court
to be held In and for mid county and show
causenhy prayer of petitioner should not be
grunted; and that notice of the pendency of
said pell Ion aud the hearing thereof bo given
to all persons Interested In said matter, by pub.
llnhlng a copy of this order Iu the Ited Cloud
Chief, a weekly newspaper printed In said
couuty, for threo consecutive weeks prior to
tald day of hearlug.
SBAI.1 A. II. hMNET,
aalnst Fire, LifjhtiiliirT, Cy
cloues and Windstorms, seo
JNO. B. STANSER,
agent for tho Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., tho best in
8Uiunco company in tho 8? to.
Office 1 ig1
Red Cloud, Neb.
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
8AL1 LAKE O'l
and all point
TBimS LXATB At FOLLOWS :
Mo, 13. Passenger dally for Oberlln
and St. FranclB branches. Ox
ford. HcCook, Denverand all
points west........ 6-35 a. J
No, 14. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City, Atchli-on, Ut.
Louis. Lincoln via Wymore
and all points east and soutti 2-10 an.
No 15. Patsenger. dally. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah aud
California ...... 0:10 p.m.
No. 18 Passenger, dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchison, Si.
Louis aud all points east and
south . 10:35 a.m..
No. 174. Accommodation. Monday,
WedueHlay and Krlday.Hast
Iiiks, Oram! Island, Mack
Hills and all points In the
northwest....... .. 1 :31 p.m.
Bleeping, dining, and reclining chair rare,
seats free! on through trains. Tickets sold and
isggage checked to any point In the United'
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
call on or address A. Couo'ver, Agout, It-d
Cloud, Nebr. or .1. Francis, Otneral Passeugii
Agent Omaha, Nebraska
P CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
T."v Orllnl anil U11I7 (Jcnuloe.
SAFE. Alw,.r,Hbi l.a.lle.. ilirorrl.l
for cmUIlHSTKH'S KNGLI.SH
In ltKD ! Void m.ltUlc Uiim w.'tl
v-ttn blua ribbon. TuLp no other. HtHiM.
nnarroM HubftUtulloat and lailt
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lamp hr I'artlculara, TratlaiaaUla
asd Itellcr for Lad Ira," M lulrr, 07 r
turn S4mI1. lfl.AIII. Tratlmnnlkli. Ka1(,Ii
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444 MadlMa ttauare. 1'UILJU, fA.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Busy Medicine for Busy People.
Brines Golden Health and Benowod Vigor.
A sneclflo for Constipation, Indigestion, Live
and Kidney Troublos, Pimples, Eczema, Impure
Illooa, Hud Ilreath, Blugglsh Dowels, HeadacJio
and Ilirdtncho. It's Ilocky Mountnln Ten In tab
let form, &1 cents a box. fli-nuliw rnndo by
IIoLLlSTEn Dnco Coupanv, Madison, Wis.
tOLOEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Clmr ami brtulllle) the hair.
Prouiuttf a luiuriant growth.
Ncvor Fails to lleitore Oray
IIMr to Its Youthful Color.
Cuni Ktlp d.witn ft hair tallies.
H. B. ASHBR,
Of tho Kansas City Voter
Inary College Otilco at E.
.lohus ton's, tho Ilrick Darn,
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
RED CLOUD, - ' . NEB.
At Blno Hill first Tuesday in each
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