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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1908)
The Star Barn
A. A. RBNKEL, Prop.
feeb, iVerg anb Grange
PHcoh reoHonnblo. Boll phone 10.
J. W. BOGEUHIEF
L H. FORT
Insurance Agent, Abstracter
and Notary Public.
Dr Nellie E Maurer
Danioroll Hlook. Over Albright Hros.
C A SCHULTZ
Family groups mid biiby pictures u
.ipuc.iulty. Damcroll Hlook.
(Viiicril work a sptvialtv.
ltod Cloud. Neb.
tjost & ;0utler
Phone, l mu.try 10:i
II O TO
Robinson & Son
Tf you want a Square Meal for 'Si ot.
Soda Fountain iu connection with
Restaurant. Soft drinks in .season.
Boots, Shoes and Angle .Lamps
Repairing Neatly Done.
Wolie & Wright
Engine .Repairing a Specially
JACOB E LUNGER
ijei) ci.orn, Ni:i5.
'"anners phone A 1 toll phone ".',
You ".iivo money in huyiiijr ,our
in riOii-pouud lots of him.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Wo have in btock at all times U
complete lino of Duilding Material
and Good Coal. Oir prices are
reasonable Wo solicit your natron
age. Boll To). CO. Purmers Ind. 71.
lumber 8 Coal
W. K. GEER
Shoes miulo to ordor.
Itopair work a Hpocialty
L A. HASKINS
FLOUK, FEED and GRAIN
Koro.sono, UaHoline Etc. 'Phono 57
O. A Nelson
Veterinary Surgeon &
Dentist, om, a Bum.
J. P. HANSON, Propr
Phono 42. lied Cloud, Nob.
Fred E. Maurer
A'lTO It N E V- A T L A W
Notary Public Pensions a Specialty.
Ollieo over Pobtoiliee.
DR. E. A. THOMAS
Over Cottinu's Drugstore llvll
Phone HIT. Fanners IS.
A. T. Walker
HEAL ESTATE, LOANS, and
First Poor North of Postollice.
W. T. AULD, President.
J. W. AULD, Cashier.
Slate ganh of ftco Cloub, eb.
Wo do n Kcnoral linking
REAL ESTATE and FARM LOANS
Potter 131o.sk. Thoue .13.
The Real Estate Man
Real Efitato and Farm Loans. Phones,
Hell, ofllco 01; res., :. Country -115.
Pattern's $)0v Ovv
Lunch and Short Orders.
Automobile Livery and Repairing
Red Cloud Auiomoble
On HOY HALE, MainiKor.
Phone-,: Shop. Hell 117.
Ollieo, UollOl; res., Hell :i."i.
against Firo, Lightning, Cy
clones ami Windstorms, see
NO. B. STANSER,
agent for the Farmers Union insur
anco Co., Lincoln, Neb., the boat in
suranoe company iuthe s'ste.
W. H. ASHER
Bi.uk Hill -:- Nebraska
Will bo in Rol Cloud Saturday
at Smith's barn.
J W STOCKMAN
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and
Graduato from Hahnomunn Medical
College of Chicago. Ollieo over John
son .t Honor's storo. Calls answered
dayoright. Hell t!0. Rural 110.;
Residence: First door south of
lied Cloud Mill, 101 South Webster
Can bo found at homo every fore
noon. Terms reasonable.
HENRY WI.LACE PH1LM
Coiorlixhl.lWt.'. tiv M Chirr.
when, I Htand up HtruiK'it, aim t sunm
up straight a.s the Lord would let me
ami garni down at that little man.
'Pardncr, says I, 'I was raised on
cigarettes. When I was two yours old
I used to have a pull at the bottlo
and then my cigarette to aid digestion.
It may he conceit on my part,' I says,
'but I'd rather bo a wreck like me
than a prize lighter like you.' They're
queer. You'd think that that little fat
man would have noticed the dlffeienco
without my pointing It out to him.
"Well, I don't havw to mention that
Loys stirred things up considerable
around the (Mianta Seecheo and vicin
ity. Gee! What a diving Into wanne
gans and a fetching out of good
clothes there was! And trading of
useful coats ami things for useless but
decorating silk handkerchers and
things! And what a hair cutting and
"Hut Kyle was the man from the go
In. And It was right It should be so.
If over two young people were born
to make trouble for each other It was
Kyle and Loys.
"A nice, decent fellow was Kyl.
Nothing remarkable, you could say.
and that was one of his best point".
Ilowsomover, he had a head that
could do plain thinking, a pair of
shoulders that discouraged frlvollng,
and he a as square a piece of fur
niture as ever came out of a factory.
Moro'n that, he had quite a little edu
cation, saed his money, never got
more than good natured loaded, and
he could ride anything that had four
logs from saw hoist! to old tiger
Uuek, who would kick your both fojt
out of the sturrups and reach around,
ind bite you In the small of the back-
so quick that I he boys would be pulling
his front hoofs out of jour frame be
fore you'd realize that the canter had
begun. NIco horse, Huck. He like to
eat .Tonesy up one morning before
Silver and me could get to tho corral.
Lord, the sounds made my blood run
cold! Old Huck sqitealing like n boar
pig In a wolf trap, aud Joncsy yell
ing. 'Help! Murder! Pol lee!' Even
that did not cure Jones from slicking
his nose where it wasn't wauled.
Why, once But, thunder, It would
take me n long while to tell' you nil
that happened to Jones.
"One thing" that "didn't hurt' Kyle
any In the campaign was that he waft
most as good looking for a mnn as
she was for a woman. They made a
pair to draw to, I tell you, loping over
the prairie full of health and young
ness! You wouldn't want to seo a
prettier sight than they made, and you
could see It at any time, for they
were together whenever it was possi
ble. Loys was so happy It made you
i feel like a boy again to see her. She
told me In private that It was wonder-
i fill how the air out here agreed with
I her, and I said it was considered
: might. bracing and inner let on that
! they proclaimed their tate of mind
' every lime they looked al each other.
I reckon old Smart Aleck .lonesy was
the only paily In the township who
' didn't understand. Kyle used to put
i vinegar in his coffee and Ihiugs like
I that, and If you'd ak him, 'What""
that fellow's name thai runs tin: cloth-
lug store In town':' he'd come out of
his trance and say 'Yes' ami smile
i ... . ...
very amiable to show that he ihor
oughly admitted you were right.
"Well, things went as smooth and
easy as bobleddiug until b came lime1
for Loys to he nieceylng back lo col
"Then Kyle look tnc into his confi
dence. I never was less astonished in
my whole life, aud 1 didn't tell him
so. 'Well, what are you going to do
tibont II? says 1.
kind of groaued and shook his
'1 duuuo,' says he. 'Do you
think she likes me, Tted':' I felt like
saying. 'Well, If you ain't got all the
milts hut the long ems 1 miss my
guess,' hut 1 made allowances, and
says 1. 'Well, about that 1 don't think
I ought lo sny anything Still, If 1 had
only one e.e left I could see plain
that herediicalfoii's finished. She don't
want any more college, thai girl don't.'
"'Think nolV s.'i.vs he, bracing up.
And I hen by and by they went out to
ride, for .lonesy was good to the girl.
I'll say that for hhn. He wits willing
to do anything for her In reason, ac
cording to his views. Itul Kyle wasn't
In them views; he was out of the pic
ture as far as husbandB went.
"They came back nt sunsel, 'when
the whole world was glowing red ,th
, lame as thoy were. 1 reached for tho
field gVaseos and took ft Kqulnt at
I them. There was no harm In that,
for I hey were well behaved young
I folks. One look at their faces' w
' enough. There were three of tis In
1 the lull pen-Rob and Wlud River
Smith and itself.1 We'd brought up
i a herd of calve from Nanley's much,
and we were taking it easy. 'Boys,'
ay I under my breath, 'they've made
"'.o.' sas they, and then everybody
had to take a pull at the glasses.
Well, I'm glad,' Bays Smithy, and
darn . i. Luitoim If that old hardshcll's
voice didn't shake. 'They're two of as
nice kids as you'd find In many a
weary day, says he. 'And I wish 'em
nil the luck In the world.'
'So do I,' Hiiyn I, 'and I really think
the best we could do for 'em would be
to shoot Jones.'
'".Man! Won't he slzz?' says Hob.
And you can't blame us old codgers If
we had a laugh at that, although It
was such a powerful serious matter to
" 'Let's go out and meet 'cm,' says I.
And away we went. They weren't n
particle surprised. I supposo they
thought the whole universe had stop
ped to look on. We pump handled
away and laughed, and Loys she
nun i.vfn uuu
laughed kind of teary, and Kyle he , bmily yon can make' no n.istakc bv
looked red In the face and proud and taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Un
happy and ashamed of himself, and yreat kidney, liver and bladder remed v.
we all felt loosened up considerable, It corrects inability to hold urine uimI
but I told him on the quiet, 'Take that H-alding pain in passing it, and er
fool grin off your face unless you wnnt couita that unpleasant necessity of U big
L'nele .loiies to drop the tiioinent he
"Now, they only had three days left
to get an action on them, as that was
the time set for Loys to go back to
"Next day they held a council be
hind the big barn, ami they called In
L'nele Ked- otherwise known as Hlg
Red Saunders or ('hanta Seeehee Red,
which means 'Had Heart Red' In Sioux
language ami doesn't explain me by a
duru sight to get the benefit of his
"'Skip' sa.s I. 'Fly for town and
get married and come back and tell
Joiny al, out It. II'" a pesky sight
s(roiiL'"r aigumciit to nil him what
yon luie done than what you're suing
"They couldn't quite agree with that.
They thought It was sneaky.
" "So It Is,' wiys I. 'The linst art of
war N understanding how to make a
grand sneak. If you don't want to
take my adIe you can wait.' Thar
didn't hit 'em Just right either.
'What will we wall for?' says Kyle.
Exercise-and the kind you won't
luj0 ., vou Kt,t ns (,(l ,imj iXii S0J1.
sible as me. You're taking long
chances, both of you; but it's just like
piaymg earns you inigni as wen pui
all your money on the first turn, wlu
or lose, as to trv and may system.
Systems don't work In faro nor love af
fairs nor nuy other game of chance.
He gone. Put your marker on the
grand rattle. In other words, take the
first horse to town and get married.
Ten chances to one .lonesy will have the
laush ou you before the year is out.'
" 'I don't think you are a bit nlcu to
day, Red,' Fays Loys.
" 'lie's Jealous,' says Kyle.
"That's what 1 am, young mnu,'
says I. 'If I had ten years off my
shoulders and a little of the glow off
my hair I'd give you a run for your
alley that would leTe you breathless
nt the wind up.'
'I think your hair Is a beautiful
color. Ked.' says Loys. 'Many a wo
man would like to have It.'
"'Of course they would,' I answered.
'Hut they don'l get It. I'm roxy, 1
am.' Still. I was touched in a lender
spot. 'Ihal young woman knew just
the tight thing to say, by nature.
Well, what are you young folks going
to dyV I asked them.
UIIHrMATISlI OVHEI) IN A DAY.
Dr.Dcichons llulluf forltheumnllun andNPurfll
gin rnilicU curt'H tu 1 loadnyN. Its action upon
the sjhtum Is reinnrki b o and mysterloim. It '
removes at oueo the uauM Riid ttiodUcRco lm
mcdlntelv dhapjcarn. The flrn dove Krcatlj ,
benctllH, ?.'i ccntH and 1 1. Sold by II. K. Giuce
drusKlbt, Ked Cloud.
CWrin and txntlfltf the bIr.
l'romulti laiuriirit ptrwlh.
Never Fall to Jtf rtore any
atr to Ita Touthful 9o,V.
City Dray and
F. W. BTUDEBAKER, PROr.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city. ,
Charges as low. as the Lowett,
CITY AENTS FOR ADAUS EXPRESS CO.
! SAY, niSTER!
Do you know that it will pay YOU, as
well as US, to bay your Building Ma
terlal and Coal at crar yards? Not only
that our priced avjebaqe Jpwer, or at
least as.low, a.s those! ofjofif competit
ors, but deoacsb we! take; esiieoial ?oare
of and protect all can 'b Classed as
PL ATT A
The Cause of Many
There is a oHsoase prevailing in tain
country inostdungcrous bccnustYo decep
T""illl II KJiij&V live. MnnysnddtM
deaths are caused
by it heart dis
heart failutc or"
- apoplexy arc ottcu
tnc result ci ui
ney disease. W
kidney trouble i
- eu oioou win ui-
tnck the vital organs, causing catatrb of
the bladder, or the kidneys UieniM-lvcip
break down and waste away cell by ell.
Bladder troubles almost, ril ways jmilt
from a derangement of the kidney' ud
a cure is obtained ouickest bv a uionvi
,r,..1,,,,ifW,i.s,(..... tf .. ' i.j
"!' S ch iniiiRii ' lc "!
and to get up many
night. The mild and
tnne9 durimr the
ght. The mild and the extraonbniu v
effect of Swamp-Root is soon rcaliof.
It stands the highest for its onl iful
cures of the most distressing canes.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take nr-d is-f-old
bv all druggists iu fifty-cent juirt
one-dollar size bottles. You may hi.e a
vnmple bottle of this wonderful new iHn
covery and a book that tells all nlxjut it,
both sent fiee by mail. Addres-, Dr Kil
mer & Co., Hiiigkatnton, N. Y. When
writing mention reading this gcncioiif;
offer iu tins paper. Don't make i ny
mistake, but remember the uaiiK.Swi.oip
Kout, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, ami Hie
address, Uinghamtoii, N. V., on ctrf
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rypimi rorniScom.. shminKSoJt UAhixr in
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ccntly bcon linel fiii'SettleiitDiitnnovr ilie
Revised Homestead Regulations
Entry may now bo niaiJc by proxy (on ctirulu
conditions), by tho fathor. tnothor, yon.dauit !cr,
brother or sister of an Intcndlns botnesfruicr.
Thousands of homustunds of 1C0 utrls cacti uro
thus now easily available in these i;real jtj.Iu1
irrowlrur, MocU-ralMnc and mixed Urmlnc
There you will find healthful cUn&tc, oocV
neighbors, churches for family worship, school"
for your children, good latts, spies CI cropa.
ami railroads convenient lo market.
' l'ntry fee In each caso Is $10.00. Per pamphlet,
''LastBestWcit," particulars ottorittcs.tovteu.
best time to ko and where lb locate, apply to
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