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urcH CutH, IturiiH, UrulHUH. in uhu for over alxty ycurH. for Man, Beast or Poultry. llcut for Harms ttllmcutH. IhnburH up Stiff Joltitu. euros Frostbites and Chilblains
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cures Spralnn nnd Strains. cures Spavin and Klna-bom. IiwiIh Old Soros quickly. C8t for Cattle nlluictitH. penetrates to the very bone. Best thing for a lame horse
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is a positive cure for Plies cures all forms of KhcimmtlHm. cures Caueu uuucrui cows. Host for sneep nuiuciiis. nwuyB givus ausmcnon.
drives out all inflammation.
Intereslinii Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
Mill Jane Woudaido of Illinois is
viiltiBg at the hitnu of Mrs. A. Wood
Wash Hoed and brother Gilbert
drove down to Hud Clnud last Sunday
and ipent the day with George New
house and family.
V.8. Hall and fnmlly visited last
Sunday on Kim creek.
DentUt Keith of Haitlngs ii in town
Clriudo Hoffman of Uenoa i visiting
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Clarence Chevalier of Cnmpboll wns
in town the first of the week on busl
George Clawson of Red Lodge, Mont ,
is visiting his parents, oaH of town.
George is on his way home from the
Mr. and Mm, Householder havo re
turned to their home in Chariton, Iowa,
after a two months' visit with their son,
Wni. Householder, south of hero.
J. W. and W. W. Davis are taking in
the World's fair.
Mis j Huth II iiueholdurof Rosemont
visited with her parents lust Sunday.
Wayne Hotd nnd family spent lnst
Sun day with his bi oilier, Fred Heed.
Herb Watson of Inavalu was In this
city last Siturday.
W. W. Ungate nnd fnmlly, who havo
spent the picUyear in Oregon, arrived
homo last Siturday.
MissKthel Hotieholdcr,aco mpanicd
by her sister Frances, came homo
Filday 'veiling ami fluent Saturday
and Sutidny with her parents, Miss
Ethel is principal of the tchools at
Mia. Hotick, fiom near Campholl
spent last Sunday with her daughter
Mrs. Krnest Mi Coy.
Frank Kuehn and George Boyd woro
up from lied Cloud Tuesday and Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman and daughter
.Elsie left last yVfdntBUy for Lincoln
and Beatri e to visit friends and rela
tives. Tbey drove through in a carri
Mr. Bessie Cnhnrti Arrived in Cowlea
a lew days ago to visit with her parents,
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To Suit Yoir
Watches, Cfocks, Jewelry, at prices to suit
vyour pocketbooK. We need room and want
money, and art making prices to get us both.
We have cut ill profit out of our prices on
You are fortmate
here means a big saving to you on anything yj
you puy in Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Cut- y
glasor Silver-plate ware. The hour to satisfy
you present wants or future needs is before
IEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. W
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Spraeher.
Mr. John Mnlick is the new clerk
the "Hight I'laco."
Mr. nnd M's. Homer Thomas tiro
attending the fair at Nelson this wei k-
A number of our voters wont to Hed
Cloud Saturday to heir Joseph Cannon
Miss Mabol Waller is visiting rela
tives at Franklin.
A liltlo child of John Lorentz's is
Horn, Septombor SG, to Mr. and Mrs.
H. D. Post, a daughter.
Mrs. Clyde Olmstead, from Fremont,
Neb., has been visiting with her sister,
Mrs. Ed Koon
Charles Alios has a new henhouse.
P. N. Campbell Is building a now
Ben Hood and wlfo visited with
Frank Alios and family last Sunday.
Miss Pearl Hoed returned to her
homo last Sundav after a weok's visit
with her cousin, Miss Klma Ailes.
N. L. D. Smith had a turn of tho grip
the first of the week.
Lisle Lippincott le'urned to Topcka
last Monday aftor a week's visit with
Mr. Cooper was in Garliold Inst week
looking up his political chances.
Kansas City Market.
Special to Tiik Ciiikf.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 27. Tho
t till cattle receipts lust week were
.'1,000 less than previous week, at 78,000
heml, but with 4.1,003 bend in two days
this week, It looks like more than 80,
000 would bo recelvod here during this
week. Nearly all kinds of killing stulf
lost 15 to 25 cents last week, beef steers
losing most. Moderate runs yesterday
at Chicago and elsewhere enabled
Balosmeu here to secure steady prices
on nearly everything. Hoof steors
were a littlo higher. Market is steady
and active today. There are any num
bor of country buyoi s here for stockors
and feeders, and this class is as high
or a littlo bight r tliuu a week ngo.
Top beef steers tills week t5 00 as coin
oared witli 10.10 last week Grass
steors bring KI.40 to 14 for most ship
mentis, grass sho stulf 12.10 to 1325,
Kansas grazed cows bring 12 to 12 50,
and steors of like discription sell at 93
to 13 75. dinners soil steady to strong,
us thoy havo been selling since the
settlement of the strike. Most sales
of veals are at 14.25 to f 2.1. Best
stockers aud feeders bring 13.40 to
113 85, medium grades including a
line for the next 15 days. U
if you need anything in Jew- w
ro it den' of slulf that Is very decent,
82,75 to $3.25, and common stuir on
down to $2. Mild lluctuutlous are
about all tho change that Is expected
forthe next month or six weeks
Hog prices are tending upward, with
a few set backs from timo to time.
Top today is f 0.10, with bulk of sales
at to to XI. about tho same as yester
day, aud the average of a I the sales
yesterday and today is highest in
about a year. Of course, the vory
llfcht receipts at all points is the main
cause of strong markets, nnd it looks
like there would bo no relief for pack
ers in the way of increased receipts
for a good while yet.
Sheep receipts are very heavy this
week, 40,000 head for two days, nearly
all westerns, of course. Lambs have
lost 25 couts in tho last week, but
otherwise tho market Is nearly steady.
Possible stock and feeding sheep are
to bo had for less money than a week
ago, but the choice stun is no cheaper.
Fancy breeding ewes brought $4 yes
terday, and feeding wethers and year
lings soil at 13 25 to '13.(55, ewes on
down to 12.75. Xa ivo killing lambs
sold at 15 25 today, muttons nt $3.40
to 13.80, ewes up to 1330.
J A. RlCKAfiT,
Live S'ock C iVresponuent.
Real Estate IransTers.
Transfers for week ending Wednes
day, Sept. 28, furnished by J. 11.
Bailey of Webster County Abstract
C. P Hinker to Floyd C. M.-C.ill
.-el 17 and '2 w2 It! 112 wd
Guide Hock Cemetery to Kohert
S. Denny lot 2 blk 113 wd
Trus'ees Cowles M. K. church to
Myrt 11 Aditmson lots 4 5andG
blk 1 Cowles wd
Myrt U Adaiuson and wife to
L C. Wilson lot 4 blk 4 Cowles
Nelson llunl and wife to Morgan
11. D.ivis nw4 ne4 8-2 10 wd...
Sarah Bitrdon and husb to J. P.
Johnson lot 10 blk 17 Hindoo wd
Le.Gmnd B. Theme to Leroy E.
Sputicu lot 0 blk 3 Blnden wd
Klleu J Forbes to Klmer A Thorn
as lots 7 8 ami 0 bin 4 HadclifTs
add to Hed Cloud wd 150
Kl zibet h K"stnor to Otto Klett
nw4 184-i2 wd
Edward Fry and wifo to Aaron
Fry w2 nc4 20 2-11 and t2 r-2 20-2-11
Daniel G. Norris and wife to Ray
mond W. Koontz lots 5 and 8 in
Gl 11 wd
Chas E Hicks and wife to Frank
Wheat lots b and 4 blk 2 1st
add to Bladen wd 130
Stephen E Knutson to Fred
Webnes s4 35 4-11 wd 2700
MortasRes Died 92200.
Mongagcs releas (! 13500
Autumn -The tireat Excursion Period.
lo Si. Louis: lull will regie it for
years if you fail to see the St Louis
exposition. Special lowjcoacli excur
sion rates made diHy each week from
Sunday to ihursilay, inclusive; seven
days' limit; slightly higlier rates for
tickets good in sleuping curs with
Very low one way rates to tho far
west and Pacific const. For instance,
S25 to Californfa and Pucet smnd;
t22.fi0 to SiMiakne teiritory; 1Q to Silt
Lake, Helena and Butte territory. Tnis
low rate, westbound, when added to
your return rato eastbouud, makes a
very low round trip rate.
Honif seeker excursions the iiisl
and third Tuesdays of each month to
northwest and southwest.
To Chicago nnd btck: Daily l iw
1 rates either direct or via St. Lmiis in
either direction, with s'opovers at St.
I Louis, Kansas City or Omaha.
Home visitors excursion: Visit the
old homo back east. September SO and
27 and October 11, half rates phii $2 to
Indiana, and to many points in Ohio
Neuhaska Dav at tmf. St. Louis
Tuesday, October 25 All Rood Nebras
kans should be there and help exploit
the prosperity of our grand common
wealth. A. Conoveb Ticket ARent.
L W. Wakklv,
General Passenger Agant, Omaha,
INFLAMMATOIIY RHEUMATISM CURED IN
Morton I.. Hill, of I.ebHiion Ind.. rayi; "My
wife had ItitUmuatorv ltheunutlim In every
muele and Joint; her mfferlug wai terrible
aud her bmly and far were iwoilen almoottie
oud reeoKiililou: had been In bed nix week!
and Imd eight phjKlcUiiK, but received no
benefit until nho tried Die Mjulc cure for
ItlieumatlKiu. It cvo ImmedlHto relief and
the was able to walk about In three davi. I am
mire It saved her life." Sold by II, 'K. flrlce.
Drugglit. Red Cloud,
TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lumber and Coal,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Red Cloud, ... Nebraska.
City Dray and Express Line.
P. W. 6TUDKBAKKH, PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADATS EXPRESS CO.
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Do you know that it will pay YOU. as
well as US, to buy your Building Ma
terial and Coal at ouryards? Not only
that our prices average: lower, or at
least h. low. an thoso of our competit
or., but HECAUbE wo tako especial care
of and protect all can bo clashed as
K EliULAI. C U S T O M K It S .
J. P. HALE
Some of the finest farms and
city property in Webster Coun
ty, Nebraska, for sale Prices
ranging from 115 to 125 per acre.
Do You Want to
Sell Your Farm?
Do ou wsnt to Kelt It iiulckly unci for rmar If
Ki. n'ml me a (IcKTlptlim of It. mul your Lc-t
irlce. I Iihvi" lltof ellriitx of Hie Wreen Moun
lulu lioyi. who ilenlre to eny V hie rn Ihik) tonl
oiivl- the CHhlt to )uiy for it Do not k'ln. but
write me now he mre to write before )ou Kteup.
M. O. KELLY, Rutland, Vt.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Buy Medloiae for Buiy People.
Brings Qoldea Health and Benowed Vigor.
A iwclflo for Comtlpatlon, Indtgestlob, LUe
and Kidney Trouble. Plmplei. Ecrema, Impure
Blooa, Bad Breath, Rlugglsh Boweli, llradache
and Ilockoche. It's Rocky Mountain Ten In tatr
lt form, 8f cents a box. Oenulne made by
Holliiter Dnro Compant, Madison, wis.
f LOEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Ely's Cream Balm
Thl Remedy Is a Spoolflo,
Sure to Give Satisfaction.
OIVKS RILIEP AT ONOK
It cloanscs, soothes, heals, nml protects the
dNeaiH'd ineinbruno. It cures Catarrh and
drives awny a Cold iu tho Head quickly.
Restores tho Senses of Tusto nnd SmelL
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into tho nostrils and absorbed.
Largo Bizo, CO cents at Druggists or by
mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warrtn St.. Niw York.
Now, delicious summor
drink We havo .17 dif-fe.-ent
15c meals served; lunch
at all hours.
The Bon Ton
W. S. BENSE. Proprietor.
When you are hungry and
want somothig nice in tho
meat line, drop into my
market. I havo the nicest
and meats, llsh, aud game
in aeasou. I think, and
almost know, that I ran
pleaso you. Give mo a
W. i. KOON,
ROBINSON A BURDEN.
Order to Show Cause.
IN THE COUNTY COUhT.
State of NcbrRKka, I
Webster County. 1
At a rounty court held at the county court
room Iu nnd for tald county, Friday, Sep
tember 23. A. D. lUOi.
In the mutter of the estate of Leonard Rail,
On reHclliiR and fUlng iho petition of Wil
liam Hull praylnK that administration of said
est e may be granted to William lull, as ad
mlmlrHtor de bonis non.
Ordered, that VVednevday. the IBtb day of Oc
tober, A. I. IfMH.dt 1 o'clock p. m .iHassiRiiedfer
hearliiK ".ld petition when nil persons Interest
ed lu said m'Mter may apear at a county court
to be held lu mid for raid county and show
tame why prayer of petitioner should not be
grAiueu; nun turn nonce or me lennency or
said pctl lou and the heurlua thereof bo given
to all nersoua interested In said mhtt r. bv nub
llshliiK a copy of this order la the Hed Cloud
Chief, n weekly newspaper printed In sld
county, for threo consecutive weeks prior to
raid day of bearing,
seal A. II. Keknet,
Ortu Couutv JudKe.
RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY.
Myttlo Cure for llheiunatlsm and Neuralgia
radically cures lu 1 to 3 da s. Its action upon
the system Is remarkable and nijMerloin It
removes at once thu cause and the disease lm-
mediately disappears, The Urt doe greatly
benefits. 7A cents and fl.O'J. add by II, E
Once Drugb'l't. Red Cloud.
Red Cloud, Neb.
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL1 LAKE C'f
and all pointt
TKA1KI L1AY1 AS FOLLOW!:
Mo, 18. Pssienger dully for Oberlln
nl St. Frsncla brknebev. Ox
ford. HcCook, DeiiTcrsnd all
polnti weft 6;3s
No, 14. Ptitenger dally for St. Joe,
I.ouli. Lincoln via Wymote
and all polnti eait and south t'10 a.r
No 15. Patienrfer. dally. Denver, all
polnti in Colorado, Uuh and
California . , ,,,, , 7 Mp.bl
No. li Panenger. dally for St. Joe.
Kanta City, Atcblion, St.
Lotilsand all polnti eaiiand
south 10:85 a.m.
No. 14. Accommodation. Mondny,
WedncfUny and Frlday.llant
lnsi, Grand Iiland, black
Illlli and all polnti In the
northweit 1:30 p.m.
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars,
(eats free) on through tralm. Ticket! sold ana
baggage checked to any point In the United
Stnti'i or Canada.
For Information, time tables, mapi or ticket
call on or add rem A. Couover, Agent, Red
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Frincli.Qsneral Faiienger
Agent Omaha, Ncbraiia
H. B. asher;,
Ot the Kansas Citv Veter
inary College Olllco at E.
Johnston's, tho Ilrick Barn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
RED CLpUD, - . NEB.
At Blue Hill first Tuesday iu each
CltanHi nd tfiiiitlri'f the htlr.
l'rotnotf. a Itixurltnt (Tfuwth.
Nevor Fails to Restore Orsy
Itatr to Its Youthful Color.
Cure. Kalp ultt.K. k Imlr lUlirg.
airalnst Fire, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, see
JNO. B. STAMMER,
agent for the Farmors Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best in
surance company in the ste.
Praatsei Mtltatlul Aawwlett.
The foil iwlnc proposed amendent to, anil
convention for tho revision or. the constitution
of the State of Nebraska, aa hereinafter eel forth,
lu full, Is submitted to t e electors of the State
of Nebraska, to be voted upon at the general
election to be held Tuesday, November 8 A. D.
(Sinatk File No. 114.)
A Hill for a Joint Resolution rccommendlntr
to tho electors of the state to vote at the next
election of members of the Legislature for or
HKali:st a convention to revise, amend and
change the Constitution of the Mate of Nebras
ka In accords nee wlih Sections, Article 19. or
the Constitution of the State of Nebraska.
lit it Ilnohtd by the Ltgitlature of the State of
1. That It Is deemed necessary to call a con
vention to revise, amend aud change the Con
Htltullou of the .Suite of Nebiaka.
J. That the electors ure recommended to vole
nt the next election of members of the I.ciiIh
Inturo for or nRHln-l n convention to revi.e.
emend nnd clmiiKe the oiistliutluu of Hie Sliito
;i TIihI nt mch next election of members ot
the I.CKlslHturo on the ballot of vhcIi elector vo
ting at such eUcttnii .liall lie printed or written
In such manner Hint the elector can Indicate
lilt, preference iind-T Die law Hie words: "KOU
ciilliiiK i convention to tevlte amend ami
chance the Constitution of the State of Nebras
ka." nnd "AOAINsT cnlllnR 11 convention to re
vise, amend and clintine iho ronstllutlon of the
Slate of ehr8liH:" and If n majority voting,
at said election shnll vote for a ronveullon. the
I.FKlslnture shall, nt Its next session, provide by
law for calling the s. me.
I, fJeo. W. Marsh. Secretary of State of the
Stato of Nebraska, d hereby certify that the
foregoing proposed amendment to the Constitu
tion of the State of Nebraska. Is a true and cur
r-ct ropy of Hie original enrolled bill passed by
the Twenty eight session of the Legislature or
the State of Nebrascn. as It appears from raid
original bill, on tile In my office, and that said
proiiosed amendment and revision of the Con
stltution of the btaie of Nebraska Is submitted
to the qualified voters of the Slate of Nebraska,
for their adoption orrej ctlnn. nt the getierat
elect lo to bo held on Tuesday, the 8th day or
November. A. I). 1P01.
In testimony whereof, T her unto set my hand
and afllxcd the Great Senl of the State of Ne
Done at Lincoln this Mh day of July In the
year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundrod
and Four, or the IndepondPiice of tho United
States the One Hundrcl and Twenty NlutU
and of this Mate the Thirty Kfghlh.
Secretary of State.
For Bala By
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DIRECTIONS FOR USEt
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