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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1908)
The Star Barn
A. A. IIHNKEL, Prop.
fecb, iVerg an& Exchange
iTinflw roosonftblo. Boll phono 40.
3. W. BOGEflfllEF
and Wagon making
L. H. FORT
Utairance Agent, Abstracter
and Notary Public.
1)atmroU Block. Phono 88.
Or Nellie E Maurer
f5Vueryll Hlock. Ovor Albright Bros.
C A SCHULTZ
STftamly groups uutl baby pictures n
.ipuoitilty Diimoroll Block.
QOemcnt work a Hpccialty.
Red Cloud, Neb.
lost & Sutler
L'uoncs, Country 103
Hobinson & Son
!?r 3n. want a Square Meal for 2!i cts.
3fed& Fountain in connection with
totaurant. Soft drinks in season.
W. K. GEER
Shoes mitdo to order.
Repair work a specialty
L A. HASKIN3
FLOUR, FEED and GRAIN
Kerosene, GaHoliuo Etc. 'Phono G7
O. A Nelson
Veterinary Surgeon &
Dentist. "lco. Brick Barn.
J. P. HANSON, Propr
Phono 4'J. Rod Cloud, Neb.
Fred E. Maurer
Notary Public. Pensions a Specialty.
Oflico ovor Postolllce.
CASTRO CLOSES LA GUAYRA
American Gunboat Sent to Venezuelan
Waters on Peaceful Mission.
WVatungton, April 22. An American
war vessel will ho sent to Venezuelan
waters, hut her mission is to hu an
entirely peaceful one. The closing or
the port oi Laduayra hecuuse of the
existence of what Is believed to ho bu
bonic plague there has made It neces
sary for the state department to havo
at hand 'some essel to bo used as a
dispatch boat by Minister Russell in
sending messages to Curacao and for
tak'ng cablegrams to him lor the
state department. One of the smaller
gunboats now In West Indian waters
will bo used for this purpose. The
vessel will ply between Puerto Cabello
and the neaiest cable station. Puerto
Cabello, Recording to Minister Rus
sell's dispatch to tne stnte department,
is still dpen. American Minister Rus
sell at Caracas cabled the state de
partment regarding the situation nl
LaOuayra and expressing the general
belief that the disease there Is the
plague. No steamers are touching at
the port, which has been quarantined
lor fifteen days, and traffic is 'suspend
ed on the railway.
MORE TROUBLE AT PENSACOLA
DR. E. A. THOMAS
Ovor CottiiiK's Drug Store. Bell
Phono 137. Farmers 42.
A. T. Walker
REAL'ESTATE, LOANS, and
First Door North of Postollico.
W. T. AULD, President.
J. W. AULD, Cashier.
$tute flanh of fteb Ooub, eb.
We do a general Bunking
'Stools, Shoes and Angle Lamps
Repairing Neatly Done.
Woke & Wright
Engine Repairing a Speoialiy
RED CLOUl), NEB."
JfSarmers' phone A 8. Bell phone 27.
REAL ESTATE and FARM LOANS
Potter Blosk. '.Phone 33.
Pcttton s lort Oer
Lunch and Short Orders.
Automobile Livery and Repairing.
Red Cloud Automoble
Pn ROY HALE, Manager.
v-',-', Phones: Shop. Bell 147.
Oflico, Bell G-l; res., Bell 35. Ind. roslG
Mob Attacks Street Car and Fatally
Pensacola, Fla., April 22. After a
weU of quiet, with the state troops
preheat to preserve order, Pensacola
was again thrown into a turmoil when
a mob of twenty-llvo men attacked a
street car in the suburbs and probably
fatally wjuiuUmI the conductor, G.
Hoffman. Following this attack, W. L.
Wlttlch, lr., a stenographer, was fired
upon by unknown persons as he was
approaching a car In the city to rido
to his home. While the city is quiet,
considerable nervousness Is shown on
all sides, further outbreaks being
Attorney General Disappointed.
Lincoln, April 21. Attorney General
Thompson expressed keen disappoint
merit when he learned of the decision
of the supreme court of the United
States in the mandamus case against
Judges Munger of the federal court.
He stated that the cases involving the
legality of the reform legislation In
Nebraska probably will have to be
fought out in the federal courts. The
attorney general sought to have the
hearings in the Nebraska courts.
IPlumb's Flour &
"''Ww .save money in buying your Hour
in fiOO-pouml lots of him.
against Firo, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, see
NO. B. STANSER,
agent for the Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best in
suranco company inthe stite.
H. E. ASHE-R
Blue Hill -:- Nebraska
Will bo in Rod Cloud Saturdays
at Smith's barn.
J W STOCKMAN
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and
Graduate from Hahnemann Medical
College of Chicago. Oillce ovor John
son & Boner's storo. Calls answered
day or night. Boll i!0. Rurnl 110.
lumber & Coal
ES5D CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
"We 'have in stock at nil times a
-awatplete lino of Building Material
awafl Qaod 'Coal. Our prices are
reasonable. We solicit your patron
ea. 'BN Tel. GO. Farmers Ind. 71.
Burlington Shops Closed.
Lincoln, April 18. The Burlington
shops at Havelock closed. Six hun'
dred men .are out of employment.
Lack of repair work was the reason
assigned. The shops were also closed
at Alliance, Plattsmouth and else
where on the system In Nebraska.
Next week there will be another brief
shutdown. This policy will be fol
lowed as long as repair work is lack
ing. John N. Baldwin at Rest.
Omaha, April 22. The last earthly
rites were performed cover the body
of John N. Baldwin, late general so
licitor of the Union Pacific railroad,
at All Saints' Episcopal church, Rev.
T. J. MacKay officiating. Mr. Baldwin
was b.sried in Council Bluffs, his na
Dr. Walden Ends His Life.
Holdrege. Neb., April 21. Dr. J.
Ransom Walden, a prominent physi
cian here, committed suicide In his of
fice by tnl;ing poison. He was found
dead by his father. A note to his
wife told how to settle his affairs. No
reason can be assigned for his act.
Eight Ruef Jurors in Box.
San Francisco, April 21. The third
week in the case of Abraham Ruef,
former political boss, on trial for brib
ery, began here. Three more jtnors
weie sworn in, making eight now in
the jury box, who have finally been
accepted and sworn. Throre remains
to the prosecution but one peremptory
challenge and to tho defense three.
Residence: First door south of
Rod Cloud Mill, 101 South Webster
Can be found at homo every fore
noon. Terms reasonable
Postal Deficit Exceeds $15,OOOO"0O.
Washington, April 22. Figuring on
the basis furnished by tho returns for
the first two quarters, tho deficiency
in Mio postofllco department for the
current fiscal year will exceed f 15,000,-000.
FEDERAL COURTS KEEP CASE
Supreme Court Refuses to Remand
'Rate Cases to State Courts.
Washington, 'April 21. The su
preme court of the United States re
fused a writ of mandamus requested
by the state of Nebraska In the case
of tho state against the Chicago, Bur
lington and Qulncy railroad compell
ing United States District Judges W.
H. and T. C. Munger to remand back
to the supreme court of Nebraska the
suit begun by the state to enjoin the
debator company from charging for it3
interstate truffle more than the rate
fixed by the state statute.
Chief Justice Fuller announced the
court's decision, saying that the ques
tion involved was whether there was
In the case a controversy wholly be
tween citizens of different states, to
the complete determination of which
the state of Nebraska was not an In
dispensable party. "If defendant's
contention was correct," ho said, "the
action could have been originally
brought In the federal court and its
jurisdiction of the case was complete
on removal from the state court. The
circuit court was called upon to de
termine that question and to exercise
judicial discretion in deciding it. This
being so Its jurisdiction was com
plete, and if it erred, Its remedy is not
writ of mandamus, which cannot be
used to perform the office of an ap
peal or writ of error."
Justice Fuller said the cburt an
alyzed tho nature of the proceeding,
showing that there was nothing in
such an action which affected' the state
as such, and that the relief sought did
not inure to tho state alone and that a
decree in favor of the plaintiff would
not effectively operate in favor of the
state. The circuit court might clearly
have beii correct In its decision that
the present case was one in which the
state of Nebraska was not tho real
party plaintiff, but that the decision
could not be reviewed by mandamus.
The circuit court was called upon to
decide whether the state named had
any real or legal Interest In the con
troversy, and it was a decision which
the court had a right to make, Involv
ing no abuse or judicial discretion. A
prematurp review cannot be obtained
by a writ of mandamus. He conclud
ed that the remedy was by appeal and
not by mandamus and therefore dis
missed the petition for such a writ.
Women as Well as Men Are Made
Miserable by Kidney and
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind,
vigor anu clieeruu
n ess soon disappear
when the kidneys are
out of o"ter or dis
eased. Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncom
mon for a child to Ik
born afflicted witlt
cnk kidneys. If the
child urinates toooftcn, if the untie scalds
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an
age when it should be able to control the
ynaboge, it is yet afflicted with bed-westing,
depend upon it, the cause of thedifli
oiilty is kidney trouble, and the first
stcp'h-hould he towards ths treatment of
these importautorgaus. This unpleasant
trouble h due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit as most people suptohe.
Women as well as men arc made raiser
nble with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one-dollar
sie bottles'. You may
have a sample bottle
by mail free, also a nomo of Swamp-Boot
pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root,
including inaivy of the thousands of testi
monial letters received from sufTerers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer ik. Co.,
llinghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention
this paper. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, BiHghuintou, N. Y., on every
Subtraction had just bocji introduced
In the small girl's class, and that even
lug' she was zealously writing In her
home work book.
"What are you doing?" asked her
"We have new examples now," was
the reply. "We add backward."
Awed Into Humility.
Man for man, if, not woman for
woman, the humility and terror of
Americans in the presence of Eug
li.sh people of their own class or
above It Is, with whatever care dis
guised, a pathetic thing. London Out
look. But Hard to Toll.
"What Is the real, essential differ
ence between mushrooms und toad
stools?" "Exactly the difference between a
feast and a funeral.'' Baltimore Amer
ican. A bill he heart makes a blooming vis
age. Irish Proverb.
Vanderweed and Mason on Trial.
Durango, Colo., April 21. The trial
of Joseph Vanderweed and William
Mason, charged with tho murder of
Joseph Walker, United States secret
service agent at Hesperus last fall,
was begun In the district court here.
More Indictments at Kansas City.
Kansas City, April 22. The grand
jury returned indictments against 142
actors, managers and employes of lo
cal nlayhoubes. The indictments are
for viola' Ions last Sunday, The peo
ple indicted will be arrested aud
placed under bonds.
Sanders Elected Governor of Louisiana
New Orleans, April 22. Returns
from the state elections indicate that
the Democratic ticket headed by J. Y.
Sanders for governor, has been elected
I ZA a 1 Z a
Uuatrution Sbwtnr Mixed Farming- 8ceno In
Some of Ike choicest lands for oral srrowtngr,
stock raltlusr and mixed farming In tho new dis
tricts of Saskatchewan and Alberta havo re
cently been Opened for Setttameat under tuo
Revised Homestead Regulations
Entry may now be raado by-proxy (on certain
condition!), by the father, mother, son, daughter,
brother or sister of an intending homesteader.
Thousands of homos teaOM. of 160 acres each, aje
thus now easily obtainable in these great grain
prowint. stock-raisins and mixed farm Ins sec
tions. There-you will find healthful climate, sropd
neighbors, churches for family worship, schools
for your children, good laws, splendid crops,
and railroads convenient to market.
Entry fee in each case is 810.00. For pamphlet.
"Last Rest West." particulars as to rates, routes,
best time to go and where to locate, apply to
801 New York Life Bkle.. Omaha. Neb.
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RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY.
Dr.Delchons Relief for Rheumatism and Noural
Kla radically cures in 1 to 3 days. Its action upon
the system is remarkable and mysterious. It
removes at once the cause aud thu disease Im
mediately disappears. The first doso greatly
benefits, 75 cents and $1. bold by U. E. Quick
druggist, Red Cloud.
Ctfimtt sod bftutlflei tho bslr.
1'romote) a luturlmt growth.
Never Fails to Restore Gry
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Curt (nip dimtca & hair ItlUnz.
Anxone sending a sholch nnd description may
qiiicklr ascertain our opinion free whether an
intention Is probably pati'ntnhln. Communtca
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tent free. Oldest asoncr for securing patents.
Patents taken through Mtinu & Coflrecelre
tptciat notice, without, charuo, lu tbo
A handsomely UluMrnteri weekly. T.nrseit cir
culation of any srientltlc Journal. Terms, 13 a
year: four mouths, $1- Bold byall newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36,Q'oadNew York
Urnnch Office. (35 V BU Washington, D.U.
City Dray and Express Line.
F. W. STUDEBAKER, PROP.
Kills Himself With Shotgun.
North Bend, Neb., April 17. Frank
Hanks shot ami Killed himself in his
room In u local restaurant. Sitting
on the etlfjo of the bed, ho discharged
the contents of a hhotgun In his neck
and died Instantly. Hanks had be
come despondent over an illness from
which lie did not Vein to be able to
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS 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 our yards 7 Not only
that pur prices avebaoe lower, or at
least as low, as those of our competit
ors, but deoacse we take especial care
of and protect all can be classed as
PL ATT & FREES CO.
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