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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1908)
The Star Barn
A. A. I1KNKBL, Prop.
fccb, iVern anb Grange
I'rioos reesonublc. Hoi I phone HI.
J. W. BOGEfiW
IJIncksmithing, 1 lorseshoeing
Insurance Agent, Abstracter
and Notary Public.
Dameiell Block. Phono SS.
Dr Nellie E Maurer
Diiin loll IJliii'l;. over A!l)rii;lit Uro-.
C A SCHULTZ
l-'.iimly ctoups iitu! baby pictures a
jpeciulty. Iati.oi'oh Mock.
Cement wo i v it -pi'uialty.
lieu (. loud N 1).
Robinson & Son
II' you want a 'vpnae Meal for -' ct.
Soda rouiitaiii in i-.iiinfcthtu with
Restaurant. ft i. ticks in season.
W. K. GEER
Shoes made to order.
Ilepnir work a -pe mlty
L. A. HASKIN3
Kerosene, Unsoliiie Etc. 'Phone '
O. A Nelson
Veterinary Surgeon &
Dentist ow, uriou num.
J. P. HANSON, Propr
Phone vJ. I!el Cloud, Nob. '
Fred E. Maurer
Notuiy Public. Pensions- a Specialty.,
Ofliev ovor P.stollice.
. ... i
Over ,oltini:"s Din,' Stoic. Hill
Phone I'M. Farmer, 42.
lti:L KSTTE. LOAN?, and
F.i1- !' r Xoith oi PostnlVee.
Heiiry Diederich 'Investment Company.
-.! .1. : HEAL lTTi: and FARM I.CUNS-
Buots, bhoesancl Angle Lamps! P"f r n;.... 'Phone :'.',.
Repairing' Neatly Done.
- - - - Patron's jov Qvher
Wolie & Wright fouse.
Engine Repairing a Specially L,in..h aml Sll0l.t 0riU.,.b.
Horseshoeing, lllaeksinithiiiK ' Peterson Block.
and ii foil niak in l' i
" I M M m. M Mh. A B
tor INSI HANTF
r A y"i O ri i i lT" c n ' 1 1 v lnil 1 J wu
KE1 CLOP I), nek.
Funnel's' phone A . Bell phono '.'7.
Plumb's Flour &
You nve inoiioy in buying your flour
in Mtu-pound lot of him.
H. E. ASHER
13lue Mill -:- NeiskaskaI
Will be in Red Cloud Saturdays
at Smith's barn.
against Fire, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, see
NO. B. STANSER,
agent for the Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best in
surance compnny intbe sUe
J W STOCKMAN
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and
(Jrudnate tioin Ilabiiemaun Medical
ColleL'e of Chicago. Olllce over .Toliti
son A Honer's store. Calls answered
day or night. Hell '20. Rural 110.
PASS CURRENCY BILL
LaFollette's Filibuster Fails h
tpcr.Ks for Elc,Hisen Hours snti Fcrl,'
Ti'rre M.nuttt Vone Bill Eeccv.es
d L? a Public Ejildincj Bt'l Is
Pssstcl Ejrkett Explains Cc-jp.
Tl.i -1'iinte .' -.-inn . 1 I' i.i"ii,( :..h'.;
oil ii'fouiii ol tlit W.:l is'u ot Lal't-I-lolt",
Stw.t and Ut:' apnln" the
nicjpcni'y r'UMucy bi;i. the numr.1.
iible Intel pre uitint:, cl tht t nil - whi-ii
to fhi to e-tauiNh clonic in a bo 3:
note woi thy lo: the ficedem ol t.e...:
and by the lii.al parage; tf the .i
h ' y bill LaPo'lcttc brol t t). if
old as a Ioiik d.tatice speal.cr 1 .imiik
spoKcn lor Htditein hotn-5 r.ii-l lo: t;.
'11." pnFiic' (1 the j;o('iniiHiit em
ployo' llnblllty hill and the adoption
ol lh" conli irnct' icpoits on the pub
Mr buildings and the deficiency appro
priation h, immediately lollowt 1
linal ailli.n on the Aldrlch-Vin land
(mpiomb" on thr ciincnry mcasuie
To tho.-" who t;at' clos-e attention
to the tvmls In tln senate ilutiin;
tht tilibut"r v.hich inarKed tiu elos
itij; ol l he session. Ihe t haii.ue in the
Inf ipretation of the senate rule- w:m
u.nsiileied of far pieater inipoit than
the lilihii'-tcr itself. Senator Mur
hett l. Veh i. who hum clohf attention
to the pailiaim ulaiy tacths employ) d
by ihe majority to briiiK the ob'-l Mic
tion to an end. thus siiiuiuaried the
elianes which weie atcompli.-lieil:
I'il'M The viee pn sitlent ail
hoiiiiimI that It was within the piov
luce (; tin' chair to count a (pioricn
and that he would not onlei a loll .!!
if a (pioium was actually presen'.
Si ( ond--The senate, by a vole upon
a point of onler, .submitted to it 1
the vice pieldent, determined that
tile question o "no quorum" lould not
lit laised until altei Intel veninp busi-ii"1--
ll tin previous loll cill had dls
dont il a (iiii'ium pi i Miit and th.it de
bate vih iii.t sikI. ii ti cm iiIiik bu-i-
Tidrd--A rule of the senate which
in praitice had ulwav. lain iloiiu.iut
was Invol (!, piohlldtius a senator
tutu a-1 ii- --iu the senate upon any
question more than twice in an on-
The result of these three luterpieta
tlfiii. of the Miles make It absolutely
Iiit o-'-lble to prolong debate indefi-nite-ly
and thus maUes a filibuster im
possible where the end ol the session
Is hub t rminnte. Hy refusing tr) ad
join n ami thus continuing the same
day until the legislation shall be en-
' at ted, it is only a inattei ot time un
til an fllibii'-deilng contingent mn be
( successfully worn out.
YAQUI NATION IS NEARING END
' ' ' . r, . " . s j r .,. ,
ll.f. i'! (I Ml i.ll'l Ml" t-tl 1110 i !.(. w.
!itl' ; :(. lien, .-'in' Kind- of mn
ci.:i.':' i.i. : in. iion'. tnul, supplies
!n ).'. iii.ed o! Ini.i-try. paitl. nlnily
il.- '. s'llt Lrmi'lus thtte is a di--,r
.Mti -ii i" j-it, n.';i" top!e and ma
iliii.iiy to wo:K or tc iun a louger
Utr. . i t whethtr this it n men ly
Kinpii'ivy I'.nrtion Irum earlier in
unse d i.:ne,. o: wbetb'r il Is a 1 Ii
n't" ttiMi for tl.c bt'tt is debated l
seme i'hMTV( :.-. That ici'lurss )
itruh 1 .'Ktive in iiiony lines than a
yinr ape i- witbrut qu'stioe.
I'ailurt1 t'ii' the weelt number L'(.i.
W li at tpMts lot tin week aggre
gate :'.M:7,2i'J b.i-htN. Corn expoils
lor the v;e, nr J:!".l"l bush'ls.
A FamcuB Rtjiimcrtt.
li 's luilM'ul If any oilier one rcpl
meiit fiiriii-bcd an equal number of
dteliiiguishod otliccis during the civil
war as did the Second United Stales
cavalry. Among the ollicers were Al
bert Sidney .lolui'ten. colonel; Hubert
E. I.ee. Ilciili naiit colonel; William .1.
Hardee, brevet liiuteiiant colonel;
George II. Thomas, major. Hubert E.
Leo and A. S. .Tohmlcii became gen
erals in the Con federate army, and
Hardee became lleuten.int general.
Thomas beuime a dlslinguislied gen
eral in the federal army. Among the
captains were Eail Van Horn. li. Kir
by Smith and N. (." Evans, all or whom
became generals lu the Confederate
army. 1. N. I'almer. George Stonein.in
and R. W. Johnson held the same po
sitions in the Union army. Among the
subalterns .lol.n li. licit, dailies W.
Field, Chambllss and I'bifer became
southern generals-, and K. Garrard and
others attained the tame place In the
northern army. Captain Evans IcH
the United States' sen lee before Col
.rcl Uohert E. I.ce did. and when they
parted at Uort Ma-on. Pe.. Colonel
I.ee s;:iil; 'Tin sony t,i ghe yoq up
Evan. Pon't I. now what may happen
befote vu meet again I'eihaps they'll
male you a gtiieral."
The Cause of Many
There h a disease prevnilini: in llii
country most dangerous bccaust,)decep-
i t l ritta v .. t! i ll
live, .iany Miuioeii
deaths aie caused
by it heart dis
heart failure or
uprpli sy in e often
the result of kid
ney disease. Jf
kidmy tioublo i
tliuhiiltu y poison-
l.rl ltlfiri1 illl III.
tack tin vital organs", causing talmtli tr
the bladder, or the kidneys tl.euiselvcs
i;ieiK uowji mid waste away t ll Dy cell.
llladder troubles almosl'iilwayii jc suit
from a dctangi ment of the kidu'evs atut
a ctiie is obtained quickest bv i jnoper
tiealinenl of riic kidneys. If y' v i.iefeel
mi; badlv you can make uo'mistake by
taking Pr. Kilmer's Svamp-Root, the
p,reat kidney, liver and bladdei ti :dy.
It corrects inability to hold in me and
jcalditii; pain in passing it. anil over
comes that unpleasant necessity of being
i (unpolled to go often through the dav,
and to get up many times dining the
night. The mild and the extraonlinarv
elfec' of Swamp-Root is -oon leuli.etf.
It 'tr.nds the highest for its wondeiful
curt-- of the most distressing c ar.es.
Swani)-Root i-. pleasant to take and is
i old by all druggists in fifty-eeiil and
one-dollar size bottles. You may have a
lainple bottle f this wondeiiul new dis
coery and a book that tells all about il,
both sent free by mail. Addrt-,Pt. Kil-'
nier i'; Co.. ningbamton, N. Y. When
writing mention reading this eineious
olfer in this paper. Lou t niiike any
mistake, but remember the name wauiji
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the
address, Binghamton, K. Y,, on every
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
We have in stock at all I linos a
complete line of Duilding Material
and Good Coal. Our prices are
reasonable. Wo solicit your patron
uge. Bell Tel. X). Uaj-mors hid. 71.
Residence: First door south of
Red Cloud Mill, 101 'South Webster
Uau be found at home every fore
noon. Terms reasonable.
Ti-i r. .-). hupieme court decided
three impnitaiit copy light cases, ihe
opinions being handed down by .Ins
til t Day. The first decision was in
the case of the Hobhs-Merrill company
against R. H. Macy & Co. and Isadoro
II. Stramis, the decision being lu fa
mu of .Macy ii. Co.
In this case the court dealt with
the question whether (he sale by a
ictail dealer of a copyrighted book be
low the pi Ice fixed by the publlsheis
Is an Inlrliigeinent of copyright. The
Hobbs-Merrlll company published a
novel ami stipulated In a printed no
tice l!(t ii should not be sold for less
than $1 per copy. The house u Macy
sold the work for SO cents and suit
was brought accordingly lu the cir
cuit (ouit of the United States tor the
southern dlstiict of New York, but
the bill was dismissed. A like result
followed when the case was appealed
to the district court of appeals.
The suit was based on the theory
that the light to dispose of a copy
righted work gives the owner the
right to phjee i est fictions on Its sale.
i Indians to Sever Tribal Relations and
Become Mexican Citizens.
I Attn a wai which has coutiuui d hi-
teriulttenily for more than Uio years,
I the Yaqui nation, as a nation, is about
I lo sulfer the throes of dissolution, to
I s( M-r nibal relations and Its uuuibeis
' aie to settle down into peaceable and
I law-abiding .M ican citizens. Orig
inally iniiubeilng twenty thousand or
more people, they have never yet ac
knowledged the authoilty ot the Mex
ican government, but the end is fast
((lining and the Yaqui nation will soon
be a thing of the past. Although
Christianized by the Spanish fathers,
they v( udfastlv refused to accept the
dominion of Spain and as soldlcis in
the rewdiitlonary army materially aid
ed in drhlng the Spanlaids Horn the
country and in later years against the
armies of the icpubllc they stubbornly
i maintained their freedom. Beaten by
hi inies in the field, they retnated to
the mountains of Bacatete, and waged
unrelenting gueirllla warlaie. Quar
ter was neither asked nor given and
the Innocent on both sides stiffen d
with the guilty. When exhausted by
long snuggles, there have been Inter
vals or peace, but under the then ex
isting conditions these could not be
lasting, and the fiist oeit act on
the part of the Indians or tbe gov
ernment led to other bloody and deter
The Yaqui countiy is liih In natural
ad mi n i ages
TRADE REVIEW FOH THE Wft,;
Weather, C'.-) and Business Reports
Biadstieet's says: Crop and Made re
ports uie ii regular. There aie soni"
rather less leassmlng advices fiom
some sections as to the leading dor.
due mainly to extesiu lainlall .n
wide areas, bad roads aie a nece.-s.wy
ie-ult of this and Hade in affected
sections mutually has suffeied. In
other phues, where a lew days of
watm weather has Intervened, trade is.
better, In many Instances being due
to rediutions, which have lesulted In
large stocks of goods being cleaned
up. Taken as a whole the eastern
nud tential western stales send best
reports as to final distribution In
Home primal y lines of dlstiibutlon the
better feeling noted some time ago
has betoiue more widespread. Th'is,
In coHon goods reductions or ml-
Helping Him Out.
Mi. Lord looked so grne one even
ing that his wife, a wry young one,
noticed it and asln d what was the
"I suppose business is doubling you,"
she surmised shrewdly. "If you've
struck a Miag, why don't you tell me.
and perhaps I may be able to help
After more affect innate adjuration
Lord admitted that his payroll bother
"I've made It up as far as the work
men go." he said, "but If I pay the
stenographer there won't be a penny
left for I ia vis and me. Pa vis says he
can't stand that. He must have some
money this month."
Lord's wife was momentarily grave:
then her face brightened.
"Why don't you give the stenogra
pher a mouth's vacation." she suggest
ed eagerly, "then divide what there is
wllh P.-n Is? It seems to me." judicial
ly, "that would be fair all round."
tllilHlr.-itltui Slioulnir Mlxt'il rnrni'i.f, '..iii.Iii
. C It,-
? -r.e of tin- iliolcest IsimU for r-
i i raising i.-d ihInciI farming i
l-.. Is t,f Saskatchewan anil A '
nr y ' c. ii (iii'ii it lni's.(( n ' niJirt'ie
Revised Homestead Regt-istiom;
I ntri i.i.iy now lie niii'lo by pi. , ' incitu.i
iin . il'ns), by (he father, tiintlicr.' i . .Iitcr.
brother or sister of an Intemltre ' ' 'i t' iiad'.'i
Thousands; of homesteads of ICO a.m nt.li nt
tli is now easily obtainable in thir l i ot j:raia
firmvlni:. stoik-ralslng and mixtil Jinn 'in: h?;
tion!. Tlicre you will find healthful c ir.fr. goi J
neighbors, churches for family wrnli.p.Mho.i!
for your children, trood laws, sj.lmuid vrojis.
and railroads convenient to marl.it.
KntryfceincaclicasolsflO.IX). Fo: pnmiih.t.
"Last l!et West," particulars a'-tr Talc icmt.' .
best time to go and wlicrc to lotati. u lily I"
H)l New York Life Hldir., On.nhn Neb.
Canadian Govcrruxtnt c,it
Captain -If 1 see your faro In my
!iOtif cgain 1 si, an slap it. Noble Tor-c-Igiier-Ah.
but It ees a punishable of
f : Caplaiu - Of rourse It Is. That
I -hy I'want to slap It.-Judge.
MAKE A GOOD INCOME
ttn loluiiMM tit younlt If ji'iU(ttt'i
llttltlBLff;t&(tVMMlIk 10 Itftft ft (Mfttl
Ujlnl. tu HOW 0U b'w trumti bkk
natMtlnTMB ILL DRILUNQ llL'hlrM ttir. .. m.m mh
Hhtkim ttfttuUfitHtAdlBUyoUitr y Tb$ Limh i If. if
1tb; Edlhtili crMl diDUi for tt Orllllii if VUr OlTtiMl
fcMVfllt ibd dMp tUi tU for rock irvtUTi t'U ri 0uf
' TVKnxiuuvftnirawrt Dapncrf eiirt'
( unifDK iri u, n. uoTtrnsifct ch'cmu U
Bttrt rot m ik in tt I'ttiim CuL
Star Drilling Machine Co., Aht en 0
Male lirnitie-s wyy often obstl
mu y. AVoiiien haw always something
hotter, worth all ipiiillties. They huve
! .el. Lord Tleaeonstield.
HIIKl'MATISM CVKCU IN A DAY
Dr.Detrlioiih Kellef forltlicnmntlun bik) Neural
Kin iiiuieiiiij uuivp in i imoijhh. its netiuu upuil
the- syMcm Ih rcmnrkalile and in; Merloni. It
removes nt once the cause and thedlseflkt Im
lucuinicjj ,iiriirtitnin, iiic inn uure ;ilnilj
hntlPfltH ?.r. rntitu nnil SI ilnlrl In 11 V. nnww
drusglst, Ited Cloud.
Clnr.it $ mil triutlflci the hair.
1-ii.in.tn luiurunt (TTiKth.
Krvrr Fail to Ilrttore Orj
lUIr to its Youthrul Color.
Cuni i-lp dipftifi ii hair talliEe.
HV'.anJ tl.( at DmrfliU
Anrnnonenfllnff Kikctch and decrltitlnn mav
qutcklr Mcertaiu our opinion free whether n
Inrentlnn It probablr rtentlil. Coiiununlcft.
tlometrlctlyconndentUl. HANDBOOK on l'tuw
ent freo. oldest apencr foriecurinp rdlcnla.
I'ntetita taken turouih Jiuim A Co, iccotvo
pcclal notice without chargo, lu the
A rinrtonicly lllimtrated weeklf. J nuccf, rtT
culollon of nnr rclentioo lournul. 'J rrniH, (3 a
jenr; mur nioiuus, fi. com uyaii nrnMinnian.
Ilraoct) onlco. && IT Bt- Wathlnvioii. I). CJ.
City Dray and Express Line,
F. W. STUDEBAKT5R, PROr.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADATS EXPRESS CO.
tfckiklUia UrtiiUitaieiiU(titUitl(kiit(iUU(klVitaiil(iiUiUitl(kaiUi UiUiik UivikviaHkikiW
Do you know that it will pny YOU, as
well as US, to buy your Building Ma
terinl and Coal nt ourynrdb? Not only
that our prices average lower, or at
least as low, as those of our competit
ors, but because we take especial care
of and protect all enn bo classed as
PL ATT FREES CO.
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