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VOLUME XXXVI 1.
OVERING BROTHERS and CO.,
THE MONUMENT MEN,
Are durable, attractive and
Ked L-loud. -
You want of the; food you need
Kodol will digest it.
You need a sufficient amount of
good u holcsomo food and more than
this you need to fully digest it.
Else you can't gain strength, nor
can you strengthen your stomach if
Jt is weak.
You must cat in order to live and
You must not diet, because tho
body requires that you eat a suffic
ient amount of food regularly.
Hut tills food must bo digested,
and It must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do it,
you must tako something that will
help tho stomach.
Tho proper way to do is to eat
what you want, and let Kodol di
gest the food.
Nothing else can do this. When
the stomach is weak It needs help;
jou must help it by giving It rebt,
and Kodol will do that.
Miss Uurtlia lSomt vus qiilu ill hist
Mis. H M Pinker has boon stitVoi
iutf with si sovore sore tin oat.
Mrs. P. Petun r-orvos "coffou" for
tho .Methodist aid Thursday of this
At lust the now cards me out for tho
Guide Hock Telephone Co. Weaie
all Klad. .
Mrs. Colvin enjoyed a visit hist week
from her sister Mrs. Ed Gaucho from
ulte a jieavy hail storm occurred
hero at noon Saturday. Not much
damage was done.
The V. C. T. U. gave a social Wed
nesday evening of last week to wel
come new members.
Mrs. IUohard Lambert cume up from
Diller Friday to visit her father Fred
Watt auditor sister Mrs. John Oglovie.
She returned home Tuesday.
"Mrs. C. Kvnnsaud Mrs. S.U. Mcllride
of Red Cloud, sister and auut of Mrs.
J. II. Hobinsou, who is so vory ill. wero
here the forepart of the week.
Mrs. C, h. Holes was taken to the
Methodist Hospital at Omaha Satur
day. Dr. Keed accompanied her. Sho
underwent a successful oporatiou.
Monday morning Mis. Ihvight Jones
ro.'elved a message nnnouuoiug the
do.Uh of hor father. Ho was eighty
two years old and resided in Pennsylvania.
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Go to your druggist today, and
purchase a dollar bottle, and if you
can honestly say, that you did nob
receive any benefits from it, after
using tho entire bottle, tho drug
gist will refund your money to you
without question or delay.
Wc will pay tlio druggist tho price
of tho bottle purchased by you.
This offer applies to tho largo
bottle only and to but ouo in a
Wo couULnotafford.tomakc such
an offer, unless wo positively knew
what Kodol will do for you.
' It would bankrupt us.
Thodollar bottle contains 254 times
as much as the llfty cent bottle.
Kodol is made at the laboratories
of E. C. DoWitt 66 Co., Chicago.
Miss Malissa hautheit who was ill
three weeks went to Diller Friday to
close up hor year's hehool wotk. A
young lady taught the last tlnee
woeks for her. MKs Lamhort tot tim
ed home Mundity evening
The ftiueial of T. C. ISrnn. who died
in Denver whet o lie hadgono for tioat
nteiit.was held lit the Methodist church
ut eleven o'clock Sunday morning
The members oftho A. O. U. W. and 1.
O. O. F. assembled at tho depot and ac
companied thoremaius to the church
llev. U. V Pool dolivorod tho sermon.
The pall bearers wore Messrs. J. II.
Crary. W. S. Lambert, Lew Watt, II.
Brittou, Geo. Watt, Alva Miner all of
whom arc Workmen attd nil but one
are Odd Fellows. Mr. ltoan belonged
to both orders and was tho Junior
Past Mastor of Guido Uoek Lodgo No.
49 A. O. U. W. He loaves his wifo and
a grown son and daughter. Ho was
forty-nine yoars old. lturial was in
tho Martin cemetery.
I.NFI.AMJIATOItV Itlli:i7M.lTISM Cuillllt IN
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wifo had ;. Inflammatory
Rheumatism in every muscle and joint;
her suit'orlng was terrible ami her4body
and face were swollen almost boyond
recognittonjhad becninbedfofbix weeks
and had eight physicians, but received
no benefit until she triedJDr. Dotchon'b
Relief for Illioumatism. It gave her
immediate rolief and she was able to
walk about in three days. I am sure It
saved her life.", Sold by Tho II. K.
Orlco Drug Co , Red Cloud, Nebr.
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HED CLOUD, M515UAS1CA,
Cemmlssiiucr's Pi ccccdln
Ri it Ci.ot it, M.iiii . May Wth. 'Oil.
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment. '
Membois pusent V. K. Anderson,
Chairman, T J. Chaplin. J. G. Over
iifitt, G. W. Ilummell andG.Olimstede.
Now comes C. R Hessoiinil coiiiplalns
that valuation on block l'J, Kaley and
Jackson's addition to Red Cloud for
tho year 11)07, is excosslvo and ask
that same be reduced to correspond
with schodulo as It was plaluly an
Now comes H. S. Fitz complains that
he should be assessed in school district
No. II, he was assessed in Dis't. No. 2,
and asks that he be reimbursed for the
difference between tho levy of 11 and
Now comes .1. R. dm boo and com
plains that lie should be assessed in
Dist. No. It. instead of Dist. No. 'J, and
asks that lie bo reiuibui-ed tor theilif
feienee between amount of. tnv on
sumo alimtion in No. ll. and that of
ta levied in No. 'J.
Now conies .1. II. Elllngor nnd,iisks
tho Hum (1 of County Commissioners
in and for Webster County, to change
the public Highway hetweon sections
U'Jimd'JS in Township .'. Range 10
(same being a lid It load) to u to loot
roiiil, also the Millie between :.!) and ;iO
in same section, signed J. II. Kllin
ger. Now comes Win. Itoiikel and com
plains Unit Villnge of Inavale was er
roneously assessed and asks tho matter
bo adjusted at the net meeting ol the
Hoard of Kqualiatiou.
On motion Hondof Adolph Ilaitinim
Road () vol. seer or Dist. No. 7, and Hond
or E. E. Hurr. Justice of tho peace of
Guide Rock precinct was approved.
On motion duly seconded and cm t led,
It was ordered that; In the matter of
the ta.es paid under protest, it should
be takeu up at the next meeting of tho
Hoard of Equalization.
In tho matter of the application of
J. II. Rllingcr to alter the public high
way by making it a 40 foot road in
stead of 0(5 foot betweou sections ','8
and U9 and 21) and 30 Township S,
Range 10, find that by examination of
tho road laws that to nltor a rood re
quires a petition, and to proceed in
the samo manner a opening up a new
road. Not being a legal proccedure
the sumo Is rejected on motion duly
second and carried.
Road case John Sutton ct. ah, Wal
nut Creek precinct, came on for hear
ing, Bernard MoNeny appearing for II.
A Aultman, after discussion the matter
to some lenght, the chairman decided
it was best to have a committee to in
vestigate tho matter, and appointed as
such coiiimittco T. J. Chaplin, G. W.
lluniiuell and G Ohnistcdc, who ate
to report at tho nest regular meeting.
I, 1). I). I'rom of Hidden, Nebiaska,
hereby certify that on the first day of
April HKiVi, I w as assessed under arti
cle No I, all notes owned by me Sirjuo
on peisoual schedule, and I further
corlify that, on the 1st day of Match
I'.IJS, I had no notes on hand. The
building which I bought in Hladeti,
Nebiaska. I w.is assessed April 1st
11)08, and 1 further certify that I had
no money on hand in banks or else
where on April 1st 1003. Signed I). B.
from. Subseiibed and sworn to bo
fore me this 2lst day of May A. D.
11)09. ll W. Ross County Clerk.
On motion Couuty Troasurer was
ordered to refund tax of D. E, Crom on
actual valuation of SI 200 samo being
notes which ho did not own, and which
was erroneously assessed to him for
the year 3 1)03.
In tho matter of application of K. S.
Fitz for refund of taxes paid in school
Dist No. 2, it was movod and seconded
ami uiiiy carried mat matter do pos
poncd and referred to county attorney.
In the matter of the application of
J. E. Jarboe for the refund of taxes
paid in No. 2, it was moved and
seconded that application bo rejected
as there was no grounds for complaint
carried On motion valuation ot block
12, ICaloy A Jiicksons addition to Red
Cloud for year ll07 on which taxes
were levied, was roduced to 15 to cor
respond with schedule for the year as
same was in error.
Hoard adjourned sine-die.
K. W. Ross County Clerk.
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Winks 1-nr.li ur For 0:tc Hollar.
The use of a luiriow pet mils a large
amniiut of surface to bo covered in a
shoit time, young spmutiug weedsaio
killed ami other v eed seed eultixated
so it will sprout, and the more spiout
iug of weed seeds early, tlioeloaner the
urouud after corn is laid by. Harrow-
iug also prevents tho formation of a
crust and is one of tho gtoatest factors
in retaining moisture for future,
growth of tho plant. The amount of
rainfall must be considered in tho use
of tho lianow. During wet, cloudy
periods the harrow cultivates grass
and weeds in the Hold rather than lttlln
thoin, sunshine is a great factor for
good i esults in harrowing The very
first thing bofoio the coin comes up,
some good Hit mers advocate tho culti
vation of each row with a double
shovel plow, followed with hanowing
ciosswie. which selves the double pur
pose of leveling the Held and killing
' Opinions diller as to tho ndv isnhilitj
of liai lowing corn after tiie plant
shows through tlio ground Some
ulaiin that it i Just, the piopcr IIiiiik
to haiiow until the corn is si nidus
tail, while others claim that a huge
puin'iitauo ol the plants in some
cases as high as "J.") per cent is coveled
up or broken oil" by Inn towing, and
that it is the liotlei way to wait until
it uuu tie cultivated, Alvvajsgive the
Hold tlueu cultivations and if possible
five it tour or hotter still, lhe. Al
ways cultivate as soon attor a lain as
P'VMblo so as to conserve moisture.
A field well cared lor usually gives
double the yield gutheied fiom olio
that leceives but ono or two cultiva
tions. It the Held is level we would advise
the use of a riding cultivator, but it
hilly, it is almost necessary to use a
walking cultivator. Attor cultivating
corn all day a man is much more ambi
tious to do the choics when having
had the beuellt of riding, Never keep
your team in the Held more than five
hours at a stretch, and not to totul
more than ten houis in any one day.
A team woiklng ten hours per day will
walk fuither during the season than
tho team that works longer. Regular
ity in, work is what couuts In auimuls
us well as men. Whon you take the
horses to tlio bam ut night, gtvo them
a good currying and rubblug down;
never spunk to them above au ordluary
tone of voice; do not strike or abuse
them, and do not keep a hired man
who docs In a very short time horses
will learn to ti cut you as you tieat
them. As you would have men and
animals treat you, so treat them.
Some have aslied us to lecomiiicnd
some certain cultivator. We do not
eaic to do Unit, but advise each and
every reader to attend tho next State
l'air at Lincoln. Sept. lilh to 10th;
wheioc.iu bo seen all the various
kiudsol iaiuiing implements shown
by exports, and vvliou you have detoi
mined the paiticular kind best adapted
to your needs, have your homo dealer
order it lor you.
I have opened a new restaurant and
lunch room in tho old Nation olllco.
Everything new, neat and clean. Mcnln
at all hours. We are here to please.
Call on us Will Llndloy.
Free to eur Subscribers-
We will he glad to have overy reader
of our papor tako udvantago of thofol
lowing offer: If you will send your
name and address to the I'inuulo Medi
cine Co., !W!) La Salle Aye., Chicago,
111,, they will promptly mall you post
paid a full week's trial of their most
"Pliieules." The preparation is put
up in little golatiu globules, easy and
pleasant to take and are truly remark
able in their quick effects on all back
ache, lame buck, rheumatism and all
kidney and bladder affections. In
wilting them it will bo necessary to
mention this paper. Please do so.
We hopo any of our rcadet'6, who are
suffering fiom any such complaints
win tune advantage of this oiler at
once, as wo know the preparation Is
most highly recommended.
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tJIJust received and our Little Store
crowded to its utmost. Price and quality
the best we have ever; been able to offer
our customers. ::::::::
Licensed Embalmcrs and Undertakers.
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Make your bank account of profit to -you,
paying you interest if your funds are laying
idle, and the largest measure of service
and accommodation if your account is an
active one. Interest paid on time deposits.
Webster County Bank,
B. F. Mizer, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
Wm. H. Thomas, Wm. M. Crabill, C. J. Pope .
The Miner Bros. Co. (Iiic)
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On kadies' Tailored-made SoitsI
The balance of crur Ladies'
COur stock of suits has been by far the best
ever shown in Red Cloud, and these now in
stock are Some of the Choicest. Come, take
advantage of these special bargains for it will
mean a great saving to you. We are selling
them at LESS THAN COST.
THE JUICER BROS., GO. (ItfG.)
H. A. LETSON. Mgr,
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