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Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
Hrco CutH, Ilurnu, BrulBCH. , lutiHofor over sixty yv&ru. for Mini, Bctmt or Poultry. Beat for Horse rtiliuetitB. Umbers up Stiff Joints. cures.Frostbitea nnd Chilblain
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Mustang Liniment . Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
cures SprniitH and Strains. cures Spavin nnd Ringbone. lieuls Old Sores quickly. Best for Cattle Ailments. penetrates to the very bone. Best thing for a lame horse.
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Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
is n. positive cure for Piles cures nil forms of Khcunintif.ni. cures Cnked Udder In cows. Best for Sheep ailments. always gives satisfaction. drives out all inflammation.
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Costs to cents and equals 20 cents
-werth of any other kind of bluing.
Won't Freeze, Spill, Break
V Nor Spot Clothes
around in the Water
At n wtf Grocer.
Mrs. Wittwer is rapidly Improving.
Mr. Doyle is having a large burn
built on his placn. The main structure
will be 32x34 and 18 feet high, to which
will be added a shed on each side.
8. B. Klzor of Red Cloud has charge of
Mr. and Mr?. Hnrringtnn nnd family
were visiting at Ben Gibson'?, Sunday.
W. (J. Shannon and daughter wcro
v'"iting the Castell's in IteHnisville,
Mr. Mountford is reported on the
Mr. Hnughtnllng hrn nholle'1 the
nrn which ho had in Jewel county,
Wo learn that Mrs. Wolfe ii improv
Wc had a light rain Thursday morn
Grant Hnucbin was shellirg Wednes
Mr. Deldrich was plBstprlng Mrs
Ellen Kent's bouse.; the tlrst of the
Mr. Fitz is building' an addition to
his house, he has the frame up.
N. L. D. Smith tork snmples of
'oaions, beets and corn to town Wed
ansday, to send to tbeJState Fair.
Mr. Harrinitoii's brother from the
vast part of the. state, is wiih him now,
and expects to locate,here as he think
of the coi dition of the crops, are so
mnch better here.
The R-v. Hutchinson from McPhei
eon, Kan., has been holding a series of
meltings, In the Brethren church be
ginning Sunday evening and closing
Thursday evening. Ho is a very good
reasoner and quotes scriptures very
readily from memory.
Atchison 61ebe SIMMs.
A shrewd man is usually u d hog
After you uro dead, time won't lly so
Honestly, now, do
bravo or cowardly?
scars rxako you
Wo always try to avoid tho
Man vhoKnewitAll.Tho Time.
Thoio Is a Princess In Atchison who
is i!7 years old. Usually they get over
it at 18
This is tlnallytjr-ald of every secret:
"I don't seo how in tho world It ever
BOt out "
When a woman has h picture taken,
nnd it is not convenient to put on a
lev neck dress, she generally lets her
Every 0110 who loses a dog says ho
wouldn't have taken a bundled dol
lars for It, though ho was never oircrcd
In preparing to takelthings in going
uti u visit, remember l ho most import-
out thing of all to take soon after you
arrive; your leave.
Soruo great reformer, possessed of
rare eloquence and convincing genius,
is needed to make peoplo put things,0"1' uen you leave the grounds for
back whoro they got them.
The courage a woman is supposed to
lack when t comes to facing a cannon
Bbo displays iu tho startling clothes
she will wear on the street.
Au Atchison girl married an out-of-town
man. "What do you think of my
husband?" sho asked au acquaintance,
"If I'd toll you," tho acquaintance ro
jdlod, "you'd get mad."
0 many things In
y-jilovo our beads, Tho
this world aro
lienrt-to-heart departments say 11 groat
deal about the poets whom wo can't
understand, but are .silent 011 tho sub
ject of eating corn on tho cob.
Mrs LyMitidcr John Applotcm re
cently had Clmuticey DeVero's bed
room duiiu in baby blue. Clmuticey is
known among the hoys as skinny.
Somehow 11 bedroom In baby blue for
a boy named Skinny is good to think
gf wlien one Is depressed,
Do you do as little as possible tohold
your job or as much as possible? If
you belong to tho class which does as
little as possible, It may make uo
noticeable difference now, but it will
iu time. The law of the survival of the
fittest applies to jobs just tho same ns
When a man starts out with a livery
horse, the animal sizes him up before
it gets half a dozen blocks. If the
d'ivoris a novice, the horse pokes
along. If, after trarellng some distance
tho horse considers the driver a rab
bit, it is liable to turn and go back to
the livery barn.
Behold the Lady Reader. She has
studied her Art for years. She is truly
Artisti' She has worked hard, She has
practiced Voice Culture and Delsarte
with a devotion that is truly commend
able. Hut she is a Bore, just the same.
Moral: Tho harder you study some
things thuworso olfyou are.
Lincoln. Neil, Aug. 21,
'1 he late lamented democratic con
vention increased the fund of humor
on this reeling globC'by condemning
Governor Mickey for "refusing to sign
tho bill which provided for tho erec
tion of a statue of Abraham Lincoln
on the capitol grounds." This was tho
one official act of the governor which
the great and growling exponents of
"reform" saw fit to criticize. And the
joke of it is, that at the time when that
bill was presented to the governor for
approval he signed it quickly and
cheerfully and the only, reason why
the statue is not under construction
today is that the officers of the Senate '
and House neglected to affix their
signatures, an ommission which delays
but cannot defeat the project. The
fact that tho only sin of Governor
Mickey to which tho convention could ,
attract attention was not his sin at nil
proves rather conclusively thnt he is 11
very satisfactory official. It is time to
t t t
"Except in tho matters pointed out
with regard 10 the method of assess
ingind taxing iusuiancc companies.
we believe the law to bo not only fair
to tho tax payer, but one admirably
adapted to tho emiitable distribution
of tho burden of tiixiitlmi nmom Mmling Humes taken from ttio olllcial
property owners of t' e state " From ' records and showing for whut purposes
the opinion of Commissioner Dairy, I t"e greater part or thoso apptoprla
f usion, he b lug one of the four fusion 1 l (ms "' made. Do moro than glance
jurists who have analied the law, nil lt tliem; study them; verify them;
of whom have declared It itist and commit them to memory and theu
Query: Will they tnko it
t t t
"I can bet do-ciico my feelings by
outlining my couise. I .hull not lift it
linger for '!the ticket" and if my vote
will do Iioosevult tiny good ho shall
htivo it, but from the present Indira,
tlons I do not believe it will do him
nnv good as ho surely will carry NV
bniska by over i'0,000 without my bul
lot." From tho liublio statement. f
W.F. Porter, fomurly Fusion Sucre
tnry of State.
i I t
AsMhe time for the Nebraska state
fair draws near it becomes ewiy day
moro apparent that tho fair this year
J will bo greater tliini ever befoie. The
prevailing I prospeiity, tho bountiful
ciop-., etc, may account for tho high
fvor in which tho fair is held, but tho
provision which the lust leglslittiiie
made for tho comfort of fair visitors is
gieator factor by far. You can vl-lt
" flr now and not bo "clear beat
mo noiiiovvimt journey. The pornia.
uent accomodations for beast as well
as man have proved a di awing card
too, and 11 better clnss of stock will up.
pear on tho track and iu the show ring
than ever bofore. '1 his was ono of
thoso "extravagant" appropriations of
the last legislature.
f -t t
Speaking of thoso alleged extravn-
gauces, now that the revenue question
Booms fully able to caro for Itself tho
opposition organs have begun to nmtn
against tho present administration on
Tho Personally Conducted Excursions
to Boston la Burlington Route.
Special exclusion to Bur-ton leaves
Lincoln Anuiist lit Ii. at 0 p in In
chitgc of C.iaplaiu H, H Randall. A
second excursion leaves Lincoln Aug
ust 11! th, al f! p. 111. in charge of J. B.
Ferguson. Through .tourist cars fmin
Omaha. Shoit stops at tho show places
of the enst. A chance to return via
St. LotiW and seo tho World's- Fair, tho
greatest creation by the Imnd of aian.
If you are figuring on the trip talk
to our agent about theso excursions,
a very low rate for tho rrund trip, with
all conditions most favorable. Or,
write to me.-L. W. Wakely, G. P. A.
Burlington Ronte, Ouiahn, Neb.
This Will Interest Mel hers.
Mother Gray's Sweot Powders for
children, cure feverishness, bad stom
ach, summor bowel troubles, teething
disorder?, cleanse and regulate the
bogles and destroy worms. Tbty
never fail. Over 30,000 testimonials.
At all druggists, 25o. Sample free.
Addresf, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy,
Children who aro delicate, feverish
and cross will get immediato relief
from Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children They cleanse tho stomach,
act on the liver, making a sickly child
stiong and healthy. A certain cure
for worms. Sold by all druggists, 23d.
Sample free. Address, Allen 3. Olm
sted, LeRoy, N. Y.
INFLAMMATOIIY RHEUMATISM CURED IN
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind., lays; "My
wife had Inllammatorv ltheumatlrm In every
muscle and Joint, her suffering was terrible
nut her body nnd face were swollen almost be
yond recognition: bad been In bed fix weeks
and' bad eight physicians, but received no
benefit until she tried the Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. It gave immediate relief and
he wm able to walk about in three dayi. I am
sure it raved her life." Sold by. It. E. Orlce.
Druggist. Hed Cloud.
New. delicious summer
drink We have .37 dif
ferent flavors in
15c meals served; lunch
at nil hours.
The Bon Ton
AV. S. BENSE. Proprietor.
have them at your tongue's end when
the street corner orator begins to
operate later on In tho campaign. For
rebuilding and refurnishing tho state
pontontiary, which was burned Febru
ary IS, 1001, 8118,200. For wolf boun
ties, partly accumlated under fusion
administration, ll,000 Deilclency
from fusion administration, which a
republican legislature had to make
good in o dor to presorvo tho state's
credit, $1S2, 7:tTi 07. For return or
Fiist Nebraska Regiment from San
Francisco, 817,:iTO.T.'5. For addition to
Hustings asylum, tho inmates having
increased from 512 in 18!7 to l,0i:i,
January 1, 1001, J.'m.OOO. For nine su
premo court commissioners and their
assistants, 880,800. For Pun American
Exposition, lluiralo, $10,000. For per
manent, location of Nebraska State
Fair, 8:i."),0f1 Total cxtiaordinury ex.
Advertised Letter List.
List of letters rumninltiir. uncoiled
for nt postolllee nt Itcil C nud, Nob.
for the week ending Aug 2T, 1001:
F. A. Gold, J. D. Heading, Mr.
Theso will bo sent to the dend letter
ofllco Sept. Bt Ii. 1001, if not called
for before. When calling for above
please any "advertised."
T. C. Hackkii, Postmaster.
Yon noed clean healthy bowels just
ns much a? purr, wholesome food; with
out either, you ennnot kaep well.
IlollUtor1 Ricky Mountain Tea ell
minutes all impurities, Tea or t iblo'f .
O. L. (Jotting.
J fJfA m M
Y-FFUFrT Vai 3ul
- -n 9)9 SfX
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Give Satisfaction.
OIVIS RILIIF AT ONOI
It cleanses, soothes, heals, nnd protects tho
dlHeased membrane. It cures Catarrh and
drives away a Cold In tho Head quickly.
Hcstorcs tho Senses of Taste and Smell.
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into tho nostrils and absorbed.
Large Hizo, 60 cents at Druggists or by
mall; Trial Sizo, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 66 Warrsn St.. Niw Ytrk.
PrefMMd GeRstltHttaal AmeiMfeRt.
The following proposed amemlcnt to, and
convention for the revision of, the comtllution
of the Slate of Nebraska, an hereinafter set forth,
in full, Is f ubmltfcd to tne electors of the State
of Nebraska, to be voted upon nt the general
election to be held Tuesday, N"o ember 8. A. I).
(Senate Fiw No. 1H.)
A Hill for a .lolnt Resolution recommending
to thcelecttrs of the state to vote nt the next
election of memtiersof tho Lenlklnttire for or
ngalnst a, convention to rev he. amend and
change the Constitution of the State of Nebras
ka in accordance with Section '.', Article 15. of
the Conntltutlou of the State of Nebraska.
lit it Rftohtil ly the .tgMitture of Hit Matt of
1. That It Is deemed necessary to call n con
vention to revise, amend and chnnge the Con
stitution of the Slate of Nebraska.
2. That the electors art recommended to vote
nt the next election of members of the Leg Is
lattireforor Rk'alnst a convention to revise,
amend and change the Constitution of the Btate
3. That at such next election of numbers ot
the Legislature on the ballot of each elector vo
ting at such eUctlon. hall be printed or written
In such manner that the elector can Indicate
his preference under the law the words: "FOR
calling a convention to tevlse. amend and
change the Constitution of the State of Nebras
ka." and "AGAINST calling a convention to re
vise, amend and change the ConHltutlon of the
State of Nebraska;" and if a majority voting,
at said election shall vote for convention, tbe
Legislature shall, at its next session, provide by
law for calling the sme.
I, fieo. V. Marsh. Secretary of State of the
State of Nebraska, d hereby certify that the
foregoing proposed amendment to the Coiutllu
tlon of the State of Nebraska. Ii a true nnd cor
rect copy of the original enrolled bill passed by
the Twenty eight session of the Legislature ot
the State of Nebrnscn, as It. appears from said
original bill, on file in my office, and that said
proposed amendment nnd revision of the Con
stitution of the State of Nebraska is submitted
to the fiualllled voters ot the State of Nebraska,
for their adoption or rejctlmi. at the ge
e lectio i to be held on Tuesday, the Kth d
Nu ember. A. I). 1901.
In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my
nnd nQlxcdthoGrcnt Seal of tbe Stuto of
Done nt Lincoln this Mh day of .lulv, in the
year of onr Lord Ono Thousand Nino Hundred
nnd Four, of tho Independence of the United
Stntes the One Hundred and Twenty Mnth
and of this Mate the Thirty Hlglith.
((iIieatseU Geo V. Maiibii,
s Secretary of state.
M CLOUD, NEBRASKA
Rff ENDING BON
Notice of Bond Sale.
Notice is heroby given that the Cjty
of 'Red Cloud, in Webster County,
Nebraska, offers for sale or exchange
$22 000.00 of 4 1-2 I'En ckxt Refunijimi
Water bonds in denominations of 5 JOO
each; Maturing 20 Ykaiis from AuotfsT
!,, ,, L.i
1ST, row i, wrriuAb imjmuut un .urn
lifter 10 YKARS. I
Skalkd bids for. tho purclmso of till
or a part thereof, or tho exchange
therefor of all or a part of the origjial
issue dated Juno 1st, 18S7, will bo
received by tho City Clerk until NoN
of Ski'TEMuuk itli. 11101, and mted
. m n ii . :. ii
upon by tho City Council at its meeting
tiw.nHtur Hint rlntf. Tho rlubt to reluct
meeting inni (late, i ue rihni iu non.
any and all bids is reserved.
All bids must bo accompanied by a
Certified check for two i'er cent! f
amount bid for, as forfeit in caso bid
Is accepted and not completod. '
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
L. M. FORT, i
Visit The Old Ftlks.
One fare plus $'-' for the round t-ip
to n great many points in Unio, liui
Ihiu and Kentucky. -Tickets on ulo
September 0, 10, 20, 27 and October 11.
Qopd via St. Louis and for stopover a',
the great exposition. Final limit thirty
dnys. See me for full particulars or
write to L. W. Wnkely, General Pass
eager Agent Umahtt.
City Dray and Express Line.
1 AV. BTUDKBAKEK, LMIOP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
, Charges as low as the Lowest
AGENTS FOR ADAHS EXPRESS CO.
1 AY, HISTER!
Do you know that it will pay YOU. as
well as US, to buy your Building Mil
terial and Coal at ouryards? Not only
that our prices average lower, or at
least as low, as thoso of our competit
ors, but because we take especial caro
of and protect all can be classed as
I PL ATT A
lumber and Coal,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
MBS. CECELIA ST0WE,
Orator, Entra Nona Club.
a, 17C Warren Avenue,
Chicago, III., Oct. 22, 1902.
For nearly four years I suffered
from ovarian troubles. The doc
tor insisted on an operation as the
only way to get well. I, however,
strongly objected to an operation.
My husband felt disheartened as
well as I, for home with a sick
woman Is a disconsolate place at
best. A friendly druggist advised
him to get a bottle of Wino of
Cardut for mo to try, and he did so.
my recovery was very rapid. With
in eighteen weeks I was another
Mrs. Stowe'a latter shows every
oinan now a nomo is sauuenea uy
twiaie weames ami nowcompietciy
V$no of Cardtu cures that sick
nci and bring health and happi
ncsJfeaain. Do not go on suffer
ing. Go to your druggist today
and ticuro a $1.00 bottle of Wine
fa Show Cause.
smtc of Nciirmkn
. WetNur Camay
At a couatv cm.hl.uM nt tho county court
room In nud formlJ county August 17. A. 1).,
In tno matter ot tie eMnte of Jolm J shclton,
On renlliiK unci Hit, K tlio .'tltiiu of Hnrrlo
K. slivliou. irHluu' V nt Hiliuliilslriitlon or Knlil
ette niHy tic grnutci, to linrrkt K. slielton, ac
Hilial it ttrlx
Oidurod. lliat Moinliiv tlioMliilay nf .scpten
tier. A, l. IWI, nt one l'rlo k p in , i n-i-U'iird
tor lienrinK hxiii ihiiuii much hi ieroni
luteroittil Iu find iinittv) limy np mritt ni'iiiiut
court to bo lul.i In mil for i touuiv nml
t-Inw chiim- Ii prnjfr6f petitioner Mionld uoi
b(J Krallle(l . Ml(i xlml uthVkl uf , pcmieiicT oi
aid petlllmi mid tin-lietqlnK tlmreof be lvei
to all ihthoiib Int-ri'ktcd H mid nm'tcr. by pub
IMiliig ncopy of tlilRiirdii In tli Hed O ouii
C'limr. a weekly npfier printed In nald
coiiuly, lor tlirt-e cuinttcihe weeks prior ti
Raid day of lieitrlnK. J
(Skal) V A. II. KccNty.
Septs rounty , udge
against Firo, LJKhtnlnff, Cy
clones uud Windstorms, seo
JNo B STANSER,
agent for tho Faimors Union Insttr
auco Co., Liucoli, Nob., tho best- in
surunce company in tho 8to.
Red Cloud, Neb.
SI. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL1 LAKE C'l
and all points
TAINt L1ATI At POU.OWI;
No, 13. Paitenger dally for Oberlln
and Bt. Francl branches. Ox
ford. McCook, Denver and all
poluta weft 8-33 a.m.
No, 14. Pattenger dally for St. Joe,
Kanum City, Atchlton. St.
Louli, Lincoln via Wymote
aud nil points cant and foutb 210 a.a
No 15. Patienger. dally. Denver, all
points In Colorado. Utah and
California . b :10 p.m.
No. 16. Paenger. dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchlton, St.
Louis and all polntf caetaud
south 10 35 a.m.
No 174. Accommodation. Monday,
Vttdncday mid Friday. Han
lnii, Grand Island, Black
Hills and all points in tbe
northwest- ' ::x) p,m.
Sleeping, dlulng, nnd reclining chair cars,
seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
ssggage checked to any point in the United
States or Canada.
For Infortunium. Ume tablet, maps or tickets
?Sn J?n,al d,l'?" A. Conover. Agent. Rid
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Frauds. General Passenger
Agent Oms ba. Nebrasta
n 111.11 D'l Uold m.ulllo bom M.'.d
v-Jihbiu. ribbon. Taken olkcr. IttfuM.
IiMSru Hnb.llullo. and Imlu.
tloa. Ila r jour liruul.t. or o 1 4. ik
ta4 llcltcf t.r l.ud !. M f.lf .r. h
,. '".Mali. 1 0.OOO Tmlmonlala. g.Mbf
aium Bum.n. l'Ulua ra.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Dniy Medlolne for Eniy People.
Brings Qoldsn Health and Eenewed Vigor.
A 8nclflo for Constipation, IndlRostlon, Liv
n?l?l'ilner',T0,1tle Hmplet. Ecremu, Impure
Plt?)?,,JBaJJ,rea.th' Wumtlth Bowels, Headache
and Itodmcho. It's Rocky Jfountnln Ten In tnir
Jet form, 3S pents it box. Oenulno mndo by
HoLLlSTEn Dnt-n Coupanv, Madison, Wit.
C8L0EN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Clrtnx't Dd btiutinci the hlr.
I'romoiti Iniurlint gruwlh.
Nvcr Pails to Hestore Ory
Hair to Its Voutoful Color.
Cum scalp (Hhiki hair ItlUug.
i"c.and tu at llmgirliu
H. B. ASHER,
Of tho Kansas City Veter
inary Collego Ofllco at E.
.tohuston's, tho llrick Barn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
KED CLOUD, . . NE
tj 7kV?A,A E- ';?; nbu l.tlr. . Iiruirfu
f-A V-m rf CHICIII'sTFlfs Kicm.iMif
At Bine Hill first Tuesday in each
chttporon and that account Glance o or the follow 35 cents
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