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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1908)
The Star Barn
A. A. UENKEL, Prop.
fecb, iverg cmb 6xcl;aiige
Vricos rocboiiuhlo. Doll phono 10,
J. W. BOGEflfllEF
L H. FORT
Insurance Agent, Abstracter
and Notary Public.
Damurull Diode. Phono 83.
Dr Nellie E Maurer
Danierell Dlock. Ovor Albright Uros.
C A SCHULTZ
Family I't'ips mid baby picturoi u
spuiinlty. Uaiiicrcll llluek.
( -..- i 1 v.url; a -iH-i-iiilty.
!:! t'l'iiid. Ni'l.
Robinson & Son
If you w in .. sqnaiv Mi-al for V. ft--.
Soda Fo. iitatii in I'oiiiicc'tion with
UtMa-.i.-.iii' ft drinks in oasou.
Boots, Shoes and Angle Lamps
Repairing Neatly Done.
Wohe & Wright
Engine Repairing a Specially
nun ci.oi'D, neij.
Fanm-i'V phone A s. J Jell phone -'7.
Plumb's Flour &
You suv mon.-y in buying your Hour
iu M-pound lots of him.
H. H. ASHER
13uuk Hii.i. -:- Nehraska
Will be in Red Cloud Saturdays
nt Smith's barn.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Wo have in stool; at all times a
complete line of Building Material
and Good Coal. Our prices tiro
reasonable. Wo solicit your patron
age. Bell Tel. t0. Farmers Jnd. 71.
W. K. GEER
Shoes made to order.
Repair work n specially
L. A. HASKINS
FLOUU, FEED mid (IHAI.N
Kerosene, Gasoline Etc. Thrum i
O. A Nelson
Veterinary Surgeon &
Dentist. Oflk-e, Uriub IJarn.
J. P. HANSON, Propr
Phono 12. Heil Cloud, Nob.
Fred E. Maurer
Notary Public. Pensions' u Specialty.
Ollico over Postolllee.
DR. E. A. THOMAS ;
Over C'ottinir's Di-iik K'oiv. Bell
Phone III. Fanners 1'J.
KEA L ESTATE, LOA NS, and i
First Door North of Postolliec. I
KEAL ESTATE and FA KM LOANS-!
Potter Blosk. 'Phone .TJ.
Patton's Jtyort Ovbev
Lunch and Short Orders.
against Fire, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, see
NO. B. STANSER,
agent for the Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best in
9iiranco company iutho sste
J W STOCKMAN
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and
Graduate from Hahnemann Medical
College of Chicago. Olllce over John
son V Boner's store. Calls answered
day or night. Bell 'J'!. Rural 110.
Residence: First door south of
Red Cloud Mill, 101 South Webster
Can bo found at home every fore
noon. Terms reasonable.
Only a Dodge.
An Insurance expert was relating In
Chicago some oddities of Insurance.
"And then," said the expert, "there
was that ease of the general store man
Iu Ohio, Tills man's store burned
down, and, because his stock was so
heavy, the company disputed his claim.
I remember one Item In his stock llst
17..100 mourning hatbands. When 1
came to this Item I thumped It with
my pent!) and said to the storekeeper
"'Look here, this Is unreasonable.
M hy should you have had 17,500
mourning hatbands in stock? What
possibility was there that death would
create In a single small shop like yours
a demand for 17,fi00 mourning hat
"The storekeeper smiled at mo in a
condescending way and replied:
"'I didn't keep Hiofco hatbands for
men who grieved for the death of rela
tives or frleiulR, but for men who went
into mourning for the grease on their
hats.' "-Boston :ibe.
t .i .,, ..
. j Oi .j, i.tit-.l
j , uiit "w".i. yUme-nt-ru
... to work on" a 'contract
.. .it, staubcu i.i.nnolt to
death at inc.- rooming honoj oi James
Pethoud with a bir.ull ppnnUe.
Mr. Krogn and his wife aiose short
ly heloic 0 o'clock, after Krogh had
spent a restless night. He icquested
his wilt to kneel wIlli him iu prayer
and after they had done so, he maspeo
the woman and attempted to murder
her. She struggled away from him,
receiving a wound on the hand, and
then ran down stairs and gae the
alarm Krogh followed her part way
down stair, exclaiming. "We must both
Mrs. Krogh went to the home of
Chler of Police Moore, and the officer
In company of Mr Pethoud vlsdtod
the room, where they found Krogh
lying across a trunk with a knife
wound in his breast. It was shown
at the coroner's inquest that Krogh
had been under the care oi a phxlciuu
lor the last week because of a uerv
MI8S PEARL TAYLOR IS DEAD
Young Minden Woman Assaulted by
Brother-in-Law Passes Away.
Minden, Neb., May . I'eail Taylor
died as the result of the shock of the
assault, April 'JS, by her brother-in-law,
Wort Tavlor The young woman
was seventeen years age. She
had been choked and beaten about lli
head until concussion of the brain re
sulted. The fmieial was held line to
.Miss Tayloi's death makeB the thfid
in the family in a year. 1 1 i slater,
the wife ol her a.-sailant, dh-d about
a yeai ago. Hoi biother, .lames Tay
lor, died as the result of an opeiatlon
Theie Is no tiaee yet of Hen Tay
lor, though the officials have not ie
la.sed their effort ? to captuie him. It
Is believed detectives have been for
some time working upon the case, but
the authorities bore will not disclose
the methods employed lor Taylor's
TALBOT PROCLAIMS THE DAY
Asks Modern Woodmen to Wear White
Boutonnlere in Honor of Mothers.
Lincoln, May !. A. It. Talbot, head
consul of the Modern Woodmen of
America, issued a proclamation desig
nating tomorrow as "Mothers' day,"
and requesting all members of the or
der on that day to wear a white flower
and if the mother be alive to either
visit or write to her. Acting 'Governor
Saunders and W. .1. Bryan Issued
statements commending the move
ment. Mr. Bryan said, In part:
"The wearing of a white flower on
next Sunday as a tribute to the sweet
and lasting Influence of the mother
upon the life of the child is appropri
ate Indeed. I have no doubt that the
tinning back of our thoughts to her
who. iu youth, was our comforter, pro
tector and adviser will result in many
ADMIRAL ON PEACE AND WAR
Evans Tells North Platte People Bat
tleships, not Statesmen, Are Needed.
Omaha. May 13. Admiral IUndey
IJ. Evans arrhed on the Union Pacific
last evening and left on the North
western for Chicago.
At North Platte high school atlct-.
iu uuifoini and with a baud, and about
oDO citizens met the train. Admiial
Evans came to the rear of the tar on
crutches and made a short speech,
thanking those assembled for the re
eeptlon Among other things, lie said
'We will always have war as long as
we have anything worth while to light
over" and "the more battleships we
have and the fewer statesmen the
longer we will have peace."
Electrical Association Elects Officers.
Omaha, May 9 The Nebraska Elec
trical association elected the follow
ing officers' President, E. A. Bullock
of Norfolk; vice president, S. J. nun
can of Kearney; secretary, William
Biadford of Lincoln; treasurer, L. J.
Schwlngel of Hohlrege; executive com
mittee, T. II. Fritts or Grand Island,
B. P. Egan of Nehraska City and J.
M. Roberts of York. The place or the
next meeting is to be decided by the
Convict Commits Suicide.
Lincoln, May 11. Brooding over tho
fact that as soon as his prison term
was finished he would be arrested
again on other charges of law break
ing, and that he was alreadj a dis
graced man, Charles W. Smith, whose
real name was Henry Taylor, hanged
himself In his cell at the penitentiary.
This was the fourth attempt of Un
convict to kill hlmFolf.
Real Estate Men's Convention.
Chicago, May 13. A national con
ventlon of real estate men oponed
here and Is scheduled to continue for
three days. The gathering was ar
ranged by the Chicago Real Estate
board and Its object Is the formation
of a national organization, The exact
form of the pioposeil association is
not yet determined.
METHODIST TO ELECT 'BISHOPS
Urs. Anderson, Cooke and Quayle Cer
tain to Be Chosen.
Baltimore, May 12. The geneial
onlcrence of the Methodist Eplsropal
hutch got through a buy session.
iMiop M C. Harris of Japan and
iCorea made his icport, In which he
'old of the growth and i oeds ol th"
..lcthcdbt Episcopal cbitch in those
The committee on epinopacy was
i 'Structed to report not later than May
' i the number of bishops to be eltrt
d That Rev Dr William F Ander
son, corrr'pondlng sen clary ol the
board of education and Sunday
schools; Hev. Dr Rlrl.fr d J. Cook",
book editor or the rliu, n and Rev
Dr. William A. Quayle o! Chlcagu w.:i
bn anruig the first three i hion seen,1
CAVALRYMAN KILLS COMRADES
Private Mike Bcacham Runs Amuck
at Manila With Fatal Consequences.
Manila, May 12. A telegram ie
ceived by the adjutant general an
nounred that Pilvate Mike Beat ham
of th' First United S'ates -avaliy ran
amuck, killing three and wounding
three1 of his comrades, out mortally.
The dead: First Sergeant William
Hoey, Private G. Wilson, Pilvate
Fa'ally wounded: Prlvat" Edward
All 'he killed and wounded were
members of troop E. FiiM cavalry.
Detail nf the tragedy are lacking, but
it I presumed that Beacham waa in
sane w'.-.on ).- (oinmltted th dor,u
Drr n.tcjc Congress Op. 2.
Wa-Iiingt hi. May 1 :s. In an nddro.
b"fo:r til-.'' nv1. nal dialling'- uuigiess,
W. J l'.nau -aid h-- was !in. sly in
?mp.Vi!v with the iiiovrment loj the
rcdnmaH1 n of the swamp lands cl
this cousttty throu?li d:ai :ag
"You Cerma us have no sense of hu
iiini'," -aid an American.
"Try me and cc," said the German.
"Well." sild the American, "you
know America is the home of very
large things-the highest mountains,
the greatest waterfalls"
"till, yes, yes, yes," said the German.
"And our trees," continued the Amer
ican, "are so tall that in order to see to
the tup of them one man looks us far
up as he can, and another man begins
where the first man leaves off and
looks up lo the top."
"But dat vass no Joke; elat vnss n
A Boston Correction.
Bilkins had recently moved from New
York lo Boston. The other morning he
went to the butcher's.
"Give me a nice porterhouse," he or
dered. "Exi remedy sorry, sir," said the pro
prietor of the establishment urbanely,
"hut we are not gMng anything away
thi morning." Harper's Weekly.
Fear Is not In the habit of speaking
Iruth. When pei-rect sincerity is ex
pected, perfect wisdom must be allow
ed. Nor has any one who is apt to be
angry when he hears the Iruth any
cause to wonder that he does not lunr
ItllKUMATISJI CLHK1) IN A PAY.
Dr.Detrhons ltellef forltheuinnlUm itiidNenral '
Kin rndlcHlly cures In 1 to :i ny- I function upon
11)0 ynem Is remnrkiihlo mid lnv.sierlotm. It
romovcF at once Uim caut' and thcdlscnto Im
mudlntelv dlnipcnrH. The tlrn dose ureHtlj
benellts, 75 centH and II. Sold by II. K. Ohicb.
drugKUt, lied Cloud.
Clftnift mill Ni.t Tici Uie till,
l-nimotrf Ii.i out P'owth.
Never rU to Ilrctore Ory
Ilalr to lt Youthful Color.
Curn ifIp ilfi, tiatr tillioc.
t0c.mlnn t Irug(rirt
City Dray and
f. w. studkbakhu, prop.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowesl
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
i iJAY, nib I bK!
Do you know that it will py VOU, as
well as US, to buy your Huildiug Ma
terial aud Coal at ouryHrdbV Not only
that our prices average lower, or at
least as low, as thoBO of onr oompetit
ore, but because we take (-special care
of and protect all can be olassed as
PL ATT &
JQ YOU GET UP
WITH A I,AME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You MiHrablc.
Almost everybody who reads ll. im w.s
papers is sure 'to know of thcwoiideiipl
cuics mane uy nr.
I Kilmer's Kvsmip
j Root, the great 1 id
L new liver and l.iad-
( r. dcr remedy.
G It is tlie jrrc. t -ocl-
r ical triumph i tut;
nineteenth ccnlt.rx ;
U discovered aflci eriis
g of scientific ; .:.rch
hy Dr. Kilmoi, the
eminent kidney i.ud
bl.iildir specialist, and is woudeilully
siuicsful in promptly curing hum. back,
uric acid, catarrh of the blr. ldir mid
Bright s Disease, which is the woist
form t-f kidney tioublc.
IV Kilmer's Swamp-Root is :'lec
ommuidcd for everything hut if m nhave
kidnev, liver or bladder trouble :t will be
found just the remedy you need. 'I has
been tested in so many'wiys, iu hospital
work and in private practice, ami has
proved k successful iu every ca-c that a
speci;,l arrangement has been ma'le by
which all readers of this paper, 1.- have
not already tried it, may have a .mplc
bottle sent free by mail, also a bt.il; tell
ing more about Swamp-Root, ami how to
find out if you liavc kidney or bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading this
generous oiler in this paper aiiuscinJ jour
address to Dr. Kilmer
& Co., linghamtou,i
N. Y. The regular!
hftv-ccnt and one-
dollar size liottlcs are
nomo of SwULi-hoct.
sold by all good druggists. Don 1 rj.ake
any mistake, but renumber the r..-iine,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swan.p-Koot,
and the address, IJinglututon, N. Y on
llln-T.-iilon Sliouln;.- Mlicl running S i In
Sr-rc of the choicest lanrts for grain c w'tip.
sto.K r. isinir and mixed far-nlncr In the rtw dis
trlct i SasVntchewnn an! Alberta 'ii.i.t re
cently .t-cn )t-iu-il fnrScttliuiLiit v.r6 r the
Revised Homestead Regulations
Rr:- may now be made by proxy (un ur'ain
com.iticnshby the father, tn her.son.d. -mtcr.
brotUr or sister of an lnv-a tins hnnictt..ik-r.
Thor.i-fends of homesteads ot 100 acre1? cr.v.b are
thus now easily obtainable Jn theso crci.t tain
irrom'ru. stock-ralslni: and u..il-(1 fnnr.'r.i sec
tinns. Tc: you will find hcrdth'jl climate, rood
nclfib'iors, churches for faml'. worship. f.r.oolR
for f-ar children, food laws, (.plcndM irops,
and r..ilronils convenient to r:iar'ct.
Entry fee In ea:h ca-c Uf 10 . For pr.mrtlet,
"Last Best Wcst."partlcu.ir, n 5 to rate. r- -tet,
best time to co and where t locate, apply to
801 New York Life Hid? . Omaha. Neb.
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