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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1908)
The Star Barn
A. A. RENKEL, Prop.
feeb, iVer anb Gxctyange
PricoH reosonublo. Boll phone 19.
J. W. BOGENW
L H. FORT
Insurance Agent, Abstractor
and Notary Public.
W. K. GEER
Shoos mndo to order.
Repair work n specialty
L. A. HASKINS
FLOUR, PEED and GRAIN
Kerosene, Uasolino Etc. 'Phono hi
Dr Nellie E Maurer
Dnmoroll Block. Ovor Albright Bros.
C A SCHULTZ
Family groups and baby pictures a
specialty. Dameroll Clock.
C'cnu'iit work a specialty.
Hod ( loud, Neb.
Ijost & $utler
Phones Country 103
Robinson & Son
If you want a Square Meal for -'. et.
Soda Fountain in eouneetion with
Restaurant. Soft drinks in season.
O. A Nelson
Veterinary Surgeon &
AGED f. N
NEWS OP NEBRASKA.
....j Lite ivilstr-
. . ...i.ng he is a
. . ...clue in a
i Wi.u vsud dead,
oi baigonu, Ore.,
and an old sol-
jjii chargud wuii
He Says both
Oiualia, A ..
victim oi in i
letter sayln , i.
David I), i annei
seventy year a oj
dlnr, is In tuo to i
bigamy. He ailm ts Unit he has ueuu
married twice aiu that both wives are
now living and aio making it doeid
edly hot for him, but he assarts he en
tered Into the second marriage In
good faith, believing his oilglt)"'
spouse, who had deserted him, was m
lie lays his troubles to an advertise
ment in a matrimonial paper, his an
swer to which won him wife No. 2 In
Mis. Ioulsc Howen of Huron, S. D.,
last fall. It was less than two weeks
after this matrimonial adventure that
his first wife, alive and in good health,
fallowed up In Eugene.
Oillcc, Brick Bain, j I'arnienter was arrested at the home
of his son, L. D. Parmenter, near
Tenth and Bancroft streets, wheie he
has been staying most of the time
since his first arrest last fall at En
cone. His son Is a Union Pacific engl-
.1 P HANSON Prnni eer and Is now In St. Francis hospital
'. ' . .. . J . ..I lot Grand I
FREMONT MAN PRESIDENT
Red Cloud, Neb.
Boots, Shoes and Angle Lamps
Repairing Neatly Done.
Fred E. Maurer
Notary Public. Pensions a Specialty.
Ollico ovor Postolllce.
DR. E. A. THOMAS
Island as the result of the
' explosion of a lamp in his room at a
hot'l there several days ago. Sir. Par
I tnniitnf unvc ti will I'll lineU In tflllHMlP
...V..t. .-..J.- .. 0 "- n
without a light.
Ovor Cotting's Drug Stole. Bell
Phono 1!57. Farmers 12.
A. T. Walker
HEAL ESTATE, LOANS, and
First Door North of Postollico.
j7,ohe & Wright
Engine Repairing a Specialiy
.). W. AULD, Uusiner.
State ank of fie) Qoiib. eb.
We do n general Bunking -Business.
REAL ESTATE and FARM LOANS
Potter Blosk. 'Phono Oil.
patton's $l;ort 0er
Lunch and Short Orders.
red ci.orn. NEIt.
Fanners' phone A H. Hell phone 'i
Plumb's Flour &
You save money in buying' jour Hour
in Mio-pound lots of him
Automobile Livory aud Repairing
Red Cloud Automoble
Hn HOY HALE, Manager.
VUi Phonos: Shop. Bell 147.
Oiilce, Bell 01; res., Bell :Ki. hid. res 10
against Fire, Liglitning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, see
NO. B. STANSER,
agent for the Farmers Union Inaur
anee Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best it)
surance compuny inthes'ite.
II. K. ASHKR
Blue Hill -:- Neijkaska
Will be in Red Cloud Saturdays
at Smith's barn.
J W STOCKMAN
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and
Graduate from Hahnemann Medical
College of Chicago. Olllcu over .John
son A Boner's store. Calls answered
day or night. Bell ''(!. Rural 110.
LUMBER RATES EQUALIZED
Railroads Raise Omaha and Lincoln
One and Two Cents.
Omaha. April 28. The lailioads
have compiled with the order ot tli" In
terstate commeico commission to
equalize lumber rates by raising the
rates. When the Interstate commerce
commission sometime ago oiderod
that the rates on certain uimmnditie-,
lroni the south to Lincoln and Omana
bhould he the same and that tliey
should he equalized by June 1 the
ralhoads at once set their taiifl' men
to work figuring out the rate.
Meetings of the trunk line repre
sentatives have been held in Chicago,
whence comes the report that on lum
ber from the Mississippi group to
Omaha and Lincoln, from which points
the rate has been 23 cents to Omaha
and 24 cents to Lincoln, the rate has
been equalized by a 1-cent advance on
the Lincoln rate and 2 cents on the
Omaha rate, making them both 25
CRIME SHAKES COMMUNITY
Man Assaults Two Girls and Fires
House to Hide His Guilt.
Mlnden, Neb., April 29. By a dis
play of unusual nerve, Ida Taylor,
thirteen years of age, saved her own
life and' possibly the life of her sister,
Pearl Taylor, seventeen years old. The
elder sister is still unconscious from
the assault and the teirlble heating
Posses are scouring the country for
Bert Taylor, the brother-in-law or the
two girls, who Is accused of the crime.
The two girls have been attending
school and living in a little lioube pro
vided by their parents.
Shortly alter midnight a man awak
ened thorn, dragged Pearl into the
kitchen, criminally assaulted and beat
hei until she was unconscious. Then
he stiuck the other gill with his fist,
bioke a lamp, sot the house afire and
lied. Ida managed to diag her sister
fiom the house.
He Darling-, don't you know that It
I unlucky to postpone a wedding?
She-1 can't help that. My dressnuik
er Ik III. and I'm afraid li would lie
moic unlucky if I were to go and get
married befoie having all the clothes
I want nuide while my father Is still
willing to pay for them.
Nebraska Travelers' Protective Asso
ciation Elects Officers.
Hastings, Neb., April 27. The
Traveler Protective association con
cluded Its annual state convention,
one of the larirest anil most entnusl-
estic ever held by the association in z
Nebraska. Beatrice was selected ab i
the place for the next meeting.
A resolution was adopted pledging
the Travelers' Protective association
to do all it legitimately can to head
otf any legislation looking toward tho
establishment of a parcels post. A
committee was appointed to work for
the passage of n bill providing for ho
tel inspection and making various
other requirements which are calcu
lated to improve hotel service.
The following state officers wero
elected: Piesltlent, E. M. Collins of
Fremont; first vice president, C. A.
vVlrrlck of Lincoln; second vice prcsl
dent, A. M. Stearn of Norfolk; third
vice president, N. P. Sehrimps or He
atrice; fourth vice president, .1 A
Kees of Beatrice; fifth vice picsldent.
A. D. Spirit of Hastings; secretary and
treasurer, Charles L. Hopper or Oma
hn; board of directors foi the ensuing
year, Oscar Kehsuch, J. 11. Cunning
ham and Robert F. Ba on of Omaha,
S. S. English of Lincoln and O. N.
Barnes or Head ice. A P. Whiting of
Lincoln was elected state chaplain.
Women is Well as Men Are lk
Miserable by Kidney and
Kidney trouble preys upon the niiud,
vigor ami viiwiiuf
ncss soon disnppeai
out of oder or dis
eased. Kidney trouble him
become so prevu'enl
that it is not uur ni
nion for a child t br
lKrn afflicted with
we-ik kidneys. If '.he
childurinatcstooofteit, if the urine KaM
the flesh, or if, when the child reach -n
age when it should be able tocontro' the
passage, it is yet afflicted with bed net
ting, depend upon it, tliccauseof the. fii
culty is kidney trouble, and the rst
step should be towards tlu treat mi ft of
these important oij;aus. j'liisuiipli.iMiit
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys and bladder and not 1 a
habit as most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made in ar
able with kidney aud bladder Iron Me.,
and both need the same great rein, U.
The mild and the immediate cflVii of
SwamD'Root issoouicali.ed. IlK-dd
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one-dollar
sic bottles. You may
have a sample 1mU1u
bv mail free, also a
"i it Mon
and Anna Visit Vesuvius
. Apt II 2". Piiini liili" ii
! Mine Anna Mould ami J.u
went by liiotoi nr l'u--on
th4 s'nithc-in d ,w' t
Vipiivius. Thc w.ilk- '
th 'uva .-tri am ot M.o a '
to tli' inin- ot O't.L.iiiM mi i
1atei plaed iciuiis mi Mie Lot ; y.-ii '.i
It is eptitM that M.'v will 'oon go
to Ki'ii.i' and Pan-, stopping for a
cia -jr two In FloiLiice.
ignorance Not Bliss.
"There Is a certain gnaw lug uncer
talnty nboiit calling on people who I
speak a different language from their
servants." remarked the woman vho
does. "You can never tell whether,
they are saying, 'Make another eup of (
tea, Katie; I have company,' or 'She
always drops in about tea time, con
found her! Pour some more hot water
In the pot.' "New York Pros.
tlome of EwamjIniot.
pamphlet telling nil about Swainp-R.ot,
including many oi meuiousanusoi usu
niouial letters received from m: fleers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & lo,,
l'.inghauilon, N. , be sine and riei" mi
this paper. Don't make any mist-ke,
but remember the name, Swamp-1' t.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot, and the ad
drtvs, liinghaniton, N Y., on e cry
13 i'i JdMiIS
I s J '
Sw For Himself.
A man carrying a looking glass said
1o a newsboy, "Come hero ami look
into this glass and you will see a don
key." "How did you find that out?" retort
ed the boy.-London Express.
Opposite Ofttn Wed.
"Miss, yon are a hoiden, Nobody
will ever care to marry a bolsleroim
"jinn'l worry, mother. I'll find some
nice" glrlsterous boy."--Kan.as city
The Doctor -You understand, don't
you, that this Is only to be used ex
ternally? Tho Patient's Wife Sure
sir, I alius makes him ge out o' bed
to drink It! London Scraps.
Illustration Slinutiit; Mlxiil rnrmlnc n lit
Some of the cliolccsl lands for craln jrrov-rifr,
slock niislw ami mixed farminc In the uow dis
tricts of Saskatchewan and Alberta Jmo re
cently been Oih-immI for K'ttlciuent under 'lie
Revised Homestead Regulations
Cntry rasiy now bo made by proxy (on ct ruin
conditions), by the futlier. mother, son. daur!cr,
brother or sister of an Intending horacstc.-Joer.
Thousands ot homesteads of ICO acres each .ire
thus now easily obtainable in these creat cruln
irrowinir. btock-ralslrig end mled fannfnir ec
lions. There you will find healthful climate, ftod
nclchbors, churches for family worship. ichooU
for our children, cood laws, splendid errpj,
k ml railroads convenient to market.
Kntryfeelne:hcaselB10.00. For pamphlet,
"Last llest West," particulars as to rates, ro:le,
best time to u' and where to locate, apply to
801 New York Life Hldir.. Omaha. Ntb.
Canadian Govcrnracnt Aseut
MAKE A G000 INCOME
IrtiMttiL, i !! fji ttrtlf. lfjcbmil
nrun'nf uia wTwui f tmif ft rrtstti.
but. t II cut ibow vea L m su tin ait
rorurttlftlHH WlcLL PR1LUM1 mlB ttia t j 4& tetki
ltbibttPi p isllntittO JooyoUitr sy TLt tc rot ' l U
Itfitt? tr4r.ral ml draix) ff the lr1(llrif tu OI4
((Ms sol dfp t'ut fcUi frt rott tinntka Wfu 't
iv m.i tiiir anicuiari yv yiv ia vurt sit a fiiH
t stt til It V S llAftreaint tHers-1 Vl V M
oirfior tk hi ir itrsnCsLl.
Sttr Drilling Machine Co., Akron, 0,
It N better to hope and tn woik iluiu
to grumble and ipiaricl and shirk.
HIIKf.MATISJI CfKBI) IN A DAY
Dr.Deti lions Itellef forlthciiinntiMn auilNcurnl
kIh nidl(iill eiuci la 1 toliilnji. Itc notion upon
tlio Kjtpm It remark-nblc mid nivstcrlnui. II
removes tit onco the pkuso nml thudlfiCHo Im
roedlHteU disappears. Tho llrst iloe Kreallj
beni'illH. 7.r, rents and It. Sold b) II. K. Giucb
dniKKli-t. Itcil Cloud.
Mrs. OriuiPonbeaU Thin paper nnyn
a normal man hrealheti i!0(),000 limes
In the course of one.dny. Mr. Criin
Houbeak Yos, my dear: (hot In his
privilege while thu 'wouirn are talk
Residence: First door south of
Rod Cloud Mill, 101 South Webster
Can lie found at homo every fore
noon, Terms reasonable.
Not a Lawyer.
"You are uile a legal gentleman,
uron'l you':" said a barrister to a wit
neKs at Westminster county court.
"No," replied the man; "l work for
my living."-London Mall.
One good thing about ui a living a
widow is that sho doesn't expeel ho
much of you in the way of being good
and tnlculed aud noble. Souiervllle
Clttntt nd bfautlllrt 111 tmlr.
I'roinoln tuiutltnt PfTowlh.
1,'rvrr Tail to Ilritore Gray
JUIr to lta YouthlMl Color.
Curr na'p diwin htlr itlluix.
Anyone ipnillna anVelrb and deiciintlon n
nulcklT nf curtain onr opinion free whether
uiToutinn li prohablr l''?1lL,"H,-J,onl?m"1
tlonintrlctlycimtlileiiUal. HANDBOOK onl'ate
tentrrce. (HdPit apenrr forecuninrpa,tenti
I'atciiti taken throuL'li Miinu & CcT rece
iteelal notice, without ciiaree. In tho
A tiandiomely lllnitrated weekly.
dilation or MIT CIunn juuruni. iurnir,j .
year: fourinonthi.il. Holdhyall newidelera
MUNN Co.fj:r,yh' New York
nrinch Offloa. rah V HL. WaihlDgton. V. C
City Dray and Express Line.
F. W. STUDKBAKIfiR, POP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
We huvo in stook at all t linos a
complete lino or Building Material
and Good Con). Our prices are
reasonable. Wo holleit your patron
ago. Bell Tel. 00. Farmors Ind. 71.
llwi oiniKS, AN , A pi II Jll'-r'our-
teen more deaths wore added 10 the
llbt of victims of last wooU's tornado
by news which K-ucluM Mot Springs
from the tenltory west of the city
Four of the Ak'lims weie white and
The :emutntlci nectoei,
Worai and Worai.
A eouvlet In a (Jerman prUon had
been extremely refractory. One means
aud another had beou tried, but noth
ing could break bin spirit.
One morning the governor ald to the
"I sny, Huber, the .Htoundiel l be
hating worse than ever. Fill him on
bread and water."
"But he 18 already doing two fnnt
"Then give hliu u cookery book to
read. We must break his fiplrlt some-how."-lllustratcd
Do you know that it will pay YOU, as
well as US, to buy your Building Ma
terial and Coal at our yards? Not only
that our prices average lower, or at
least as low, as thoso of oar competit
ors, bat because we tnke especial care
of and protect all (Jan bo 'classed as
3 PL ATT fc FRBES CO.
I Comt. Lumber.
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