The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, June 12, 1908, Image 6

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    RED CLOUD
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
The Star Barn
A. . RKNKBL, Prop.
fceb, iVc onb Gxch,cmgc
I'i ices reasonable. Hull phone 11).
J. W. BOGEJiRlEF
MACHINIST
Blncksmi thing, Horseshoeing
and Wagon making
L. H.'FORf"
Insurance Agent, Abstracter
and Notary Public.
D..merell Uloil.. Plicmo S.
Dr Nellie E Maurer
Dentist
Darnel id I Ei"cs. Over Albiight IJros.
l'vuie it!'.
C A SCHULTZ
Photographer!
K.mily groups mid bnby picture' a
specialty. Diti'eiill Mock
CHAS ALLSOP
Mason
Ceint nt wirl a specialty.
Ked Clo'id. Xub.
Robinson & Son
Ifyon want a Square Meal for V'. it-.
Soda Fountain in connection with
llcManrunt. S. .ft diinks in -cason.
ii i t-v n 1 I
Henry JJieCieriCll iiu.al ixrcTEat.i eai.m i.ons-
d:ii.i; in ' Pottr Hlo-k. TIiom- ?,
Boots, Shoes and Angle Lamps'
Repairing KeaUy Done. fM INSURANCE
Wolie & Wright
o w
Engine Repairing' a Specialty
,
Horseshoeing. It lacksini thing-
and agiiiiinaking
JACOB ELL1NQER
Auctioneer
i:i:n ci.ori), neii.
Fanners' phono A . Hell phone '.'7.
Plumb's Flour &
Feed Store.
You ac money in buying your Hour
in '.tic-pound lots of liini.
II. K. ASHliR
Veterinarian
I3luk Hill -:- Nkijkaska
Will be in lied Cloud Satutdays
at Smith's barn.
Newhouse
Brothers
Jewelers and
Optometrists
Dealers
RED CLOUD, XE 13 It A SKA.
Wo have in stool; at all Minos a
complete lino of Huilding Material
and Good Coal. Our prices aro
reasonable. Wo solicit your patron,
age. Uoll Tol. (50. Farmers Ind. 71.
Saunders
Bros.
lumber ft Coal
W. K. GEER
Shoes
Shoos made to order.
Kepnir wot I; a i-p. iulty
L A. HASKIN3
FLOUR, FHK!) and (J!! UN
Kerosene, '.asolino Etc. Thone .')7
O. A. Nelson
Veterinary Surgeon &
Dentist, ow. Brio..
City Laundry
J. P. HANSON, Propr
Phone !-'. He.l Cloud, Neb.
Fred E. Maurer
ATTOKXEV-AT- LAW
ary Public. Pensions a Specialty.
Ollice over Po-toince.
DR. E.A.THOMAS
Dentist
Over (Jotting's Drugstore. Dell
Phone l.'r. Fanners 4'2.
A. T. Walker
HEAL ESTATE. LOANS, and
i.vjsVUvxce.
Fir-' Dooi Xoith of Posfoir.ce.
R.ed Clovid
In vf..;f mcnt f"!r.nrr.;r v.
XT J
against Fire. Lightning, Cy
clones and V melstorms see
..Mr P9 -TMiuciKra
ww- mw winjiwbii,
agent for the Farmers Union Instir
anee. Co., Lincoln, Xeb., the best in
surance company inthe s'Mto
J W STOCKMAN
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN an 1
SUKGEOX
Graduate from Hahnemann Medical
College of Chicago. Ollice over John
son A- Boner's stoie. Calls answered
day or night. Hell 'JO. Hnral 110.
L. SHERMAN,
General
Auctioneer
UeM.U'nce: Fi t do.-r -mith of
Red Cloud .Mill, VA South Web-ter
street.
Can be found at home eveiy fore,
noon.
Terms reasonable.
Tricky Maoris.
There hiis e,ulte a large iiillu. of
European; at the opening of a p.ililk'
hall In one of the TaranaKl iilago.
The .Maori seemed to lane developed
a i raze for "elutiige." Visitors were
approached b a .Maori in this Ne:
"o got (wo single shlllln' and to
il.lponuy nr le half crown':" And the
linage vould be given. Others want
ed i wo sixpences for a shilling, ' Mill
llhgs' for a lloiln, and so on. l'.y and
by came dinner time. The istur
trooped In and enjoyed their feed.
olleci Ion was taken up. Not a soul of
I hem had anything s..iallcr Mian a
'2 Miming piece. That's how the "child
of nature" got home on the civilized
product.
MapmcUing.
The ciiillest m;ipK of which we have
any Knowledge weie made in Egypt.
The weie wooden tablets, on which
ou traced laud and sea, roads, rivers,
highways, etc. Marinas of Tyre, 1.10
A. I), was the liist to attempt a map
ni "ilentiilc principles. The maps in
me by the (i reeks and Uointins were
faltly accurate, so far as they vent,
but those in tise during the middle
ages were alarmingly Inaccurate. It
Is only within leecnt .ears, say since
the middle of Hie hist ontiiry.'that it
was possible, to make a complete and
lellable niiip of tlit world, and oven
yet (he best map Is subject to slight
changes-New Ymk American.
OF
Oft
Seventeen Victims of Torna
does Last Week.
Revised List or Dead Increases nc
Wire Communicztlcn Is Restored to
Stiicken Districts Psth of Twist
ers Strewn With Wreckage.
Omaha, .line Ji - A i.-d II-1 of
tbi- victim of the te'iw.iloi-s ol the
time !a-t dajfc of last week 'how sev
enteen people lmt their lives In No
hiaska, as follows j
Nun Kt Paul, llov.aid comfy E.
P. Einol'lsni Mis Envol'lsen I
iN'tar Caileton, Thayei o:it Mrs
Maud Ci.iter and Hahy C.iter. I
Niar Franklin, Frnnl.Mn county
Mi.-i Cliiis Fintell anil caugl.tc l, iUn
ly Madison
Near Ited C'.oud, Wobtt'T ronntx- -M:s
VnitUf ;a, two children ot A.
Sinn:!.
Xcr.j (!ini'a, Fillmoie cfiuttt illl
Jah" Atgenhilght and wile
Near SdiUMc.v. Fillmore county
Miss Lulu Schmidt. .lou'ph Shhcl).
Irene Shlvely.
Near I)- hler. Th.ajci enmity T. J.
Austin aim son, Enn st
The ;it li of the tcinatlo' . is strewn
w.th the wiechage ol line hemes
STREAMS ARE OUT OF BANKS
Farms Flooded and Railroad Traffic
Blocked One Fatality Reported.
Fail bury, Xeb., June ti - Heavy
mills aie repoitej all oer seuith-ce n
tial Xchiaska Eu ttirain is out
U its banks, mi in piopeitv in the bjt
torn lauds is badly damaged and tail
icail traffic is blocked A washo it of
a hiidge south ol this city lias com
pelled the suspension of traffic on the
main line el the Kock Island luil,
and all trains on the St. Joseph ami
fliand Island load between Fan bury
and Maisill Kan., have been an
t: died. The nights i..lnlall m this
Mj:mt ailed horn live to sewn inches
Nou i the town oi Jansi :i. ast ol
tl.i- city, a lal.ility I- repented Joseph
ri.milng. .i larmcr, was at mixed at 1
a ni ami found the lloodwateis of
Cub cnek Mowing into hi. liou.se.
Flaming and Ins lainily lied on hotso
i ,u U. the lather leading the animal,
wliile his wit.- and two iluhlicii clung
to it .- back. Their tin '( ear-old hild
wa - swept away and di owned Sev
ii.il other houst", near Cub eiccu an;
subiiieig d.watci i caching to the caws.
CONSTRUCTION STARTS SOON
Actual Work on Omaha and Nebraska
Central Begins in Little While.
Omaha, June &. S. C Nelson has
'been appUntcd assistant to the ice
1 piesidcnt of the Omaha and Xchiaska
(ntial milway and is piepaimg to
begin ai live woik.
Const Miction woik on the Omaha
ml ol tin linn will begin 1.0011," said
Mi Nelson "The ie limlnaiy sin
ms hae been mane, the licht-olwaj
-ccti'd piaitiially all the way ami
i little lemains to be done bcion
ti.t..i tion wink can be stalled The
mad ccitaiuU will be built ami that I
.1- iap ill .is ii consistent with eon
st 1 ,.ui( liiauagemtiit. ' '
Statistics on Crops.
Lincoln, Jmu) S. Returns fiom
toiintj assc-'-ors aie being i'eiod
bj Labor ('oininissloner Rydti, which,
when compiled, will show what theie
iically Is in Nebiaska The sclicdiih s
1 -cut out b the labor ilepaitim-nt in
eluded space for Ihe nuinher or aeies
o lainis, nuiiilici acies under cultiva
tion, owner, tenant, milliner r milk
tows, number ol chickens and other
' rowls, and other inloiination not ie
polled to the state boaid, but essen
tial in gitting out statistiih nl.i'liiR
I to the wealth of the state
' Ben Marshall Found Guilty.
I Omaha. June C It look a Juiy In
I the eiimiiial eouit just til teen minutes
I to deride that Ren Mm shall, eolotcd
was guiltv ot attempting to ciimiiiallv
assault Miss Mollie Griuui Reside-.
Ihe (Jiaiin assault Mai shall is also
hinged with a slmilai assault upon
Mis Anna Crahowski, a lew days he
foie. Eight years ago he was ehaiged
with the Miinc offense against a IIUlo
gnl, hut the jury found him guilty
onl o assault and battery and he
seivcd a ninety daf,' sentence in jail
Not In His Line.
"They tell me." said the new le
porter, who was doing an Interview,
"that you have succeeded In forging
your way to the front."
"Sir," replied the self niado man cold
ly, "you have been misinformed. I'm
no forger." London Globe.
Foresight.
"Talk about foresight!"
"Well?"
"Old Gotrox left n thousand tons ol
conl In trust, not to bo touched until
tho youngest child is of ago." Kansas
City Journal.
l'osslbly the Idea hns got abroad
anions poets that tho sea waves nru
end because the ocean Is so yery blue
tit times.
NEWS
NEBRASKA
NO NEW CLASSIFICATIONS '
I
Railway Commission Likely to Stop
h r.h.-nnlnri Rirrifir Hlrs.
Lincoln, June a.-'lt .s ly o means1
ceitaln that th" state mi. way coinnio !
tiein wd. iss.it :m r nt it iww tns.sifi '
cation of lieight late- bit it is ptoh-
able that th" commission will mako1
lediie lions in the utes loi the slilp-'
merit ol e 11 tain conniicdilii s and fio.ii
time to time make still li.ithci ml.:i
lions on othei lommci.ties This
piactke may bo kept up unt.l the nun
mission I eels that the Xebiaska iatet
aio jmt and not oxoibitant.
Since the hearing gi anted the mil I
load ollieials, followed by the hcailrr;
granted the milroad enflocs, to
gelhci wnh it.- Invesfigat.e .,s along
othei I. hi s, the comniicsiiui I. as decid
ud the iit.iklny id a new 1 lassificntle n
of mica is a big task and one that
will leinilie a long time. On the other
hand, one member ot the commission
..lleves that b picking o heic and
thcte ceilain . oinnioditiev plin winch
the latee sc i high and m, king icduc- '
tlons in those Instance it pi nimbly ,
would accomplish ineue lor the pi oplc
than it I't made a sweeping icdmtion1
of a ceitaln per cent in all mtes. I
j
.
Missouri Pacific Lost $400 a Mile.
Lincoln, Inn" r, -In a stat imnt
ille.l with the state hoard ol (mia!ina
iinn iii. Mii'.i.mi irwifi. t.iiKv'n nfii i
ef:,l,- sisseit that Ihe loss last" ear
,..., , ,ii ii,. 'ci... e.L
,r . ,- r .
smni IMc the has M, mile, .,f tmck in
Mebift'-ka
,,, . .. ..
Tra n Robber Gets One Year ,n Prison
iiiiuiii .iinn- .-. ., - .iu iiv v .ii uie-
oai at nam laimi in me siate pein
teiitiaiy was pionounced by Judg
Stew ait upon John Donaldson, who
pleaded guilty to the charge ed burg
laiy. lie had been caught inbb.ng
pas.-engci -, on a Rock Island tia.n
Bryan Speaks to WccJmen.
LiiHoln, June S William J. Riani
deliveinl the nieuioiial add less to
Modern Woodmen in this eit He
sjoke highly of the jlue o 1 1 ate i in
ties and pointed out Hull in -d in our
modern - mi m ol li nig.
Andrews Talks to Graduates.
Lincoln June U To the me inbtjia
of the senior class of the Mate unU, i
slty, Chiincellut E Reiijamiu Andrews
dellvcicd the b.c e-alaun ate addie.s
The e.eici,ei weie held in the audi
torium of tins Temple building.
MacLean Orator at Lincoln Banquet.
Limolu, June ! - At the annual ban-
: epiet of the Phi lie-tit Kappa ol the
, Fiiieisly ol Nebiaska, Chancellor
.Ueoigo E. MacLoan of the Dnivcisity
of Iowa delneued the oiation.
Instinct.
What is instinct V It is th' nacbral
tendency Iv wan whin filled with dis
may to turn to his wife. -Mr. Hooley.
Great Success. i
"Were the aniafenr theatricals good'.'" '
"Splendid! I never saw n liiue (
worse." Life.
lie doubles his troubles who bor
i iws tomorrow's. Spanish Proverb.
Ihe relative strength of the feels of
the powers Is stated to be in the fol
low lug order: Oreat Rrltain. Pulled
Stale", Prance. Germany and Japan.
KUBfM.VriSM C'L'KKD IN A DAY.
Dr.I!ttclioii Ilelle forltheiiinnllMii ntxl Neural
kIh nullcfllly curie in 1 tn.tlnr lo-ticllon upon
tnt- system In remnrknhlc nml m;Mcilcnir.. II
romnvo- nt onee the cause uml tliuillseaHo 1m
ineiliutclv dlhnppcnrK. Tho llrst dose ureatlj
tioiiffllH, ".'. centHRiulfl. Sold by II. E. (ir.HE
Orugglst, lied Cloud.
PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
Cltnn fciul l-cui:rt tt.c htr.
I'r.'i.iotr Iniui.niit ;rolh.
IJever I'i In to lutlorn Ory
llulr to Its Youthful Color.
Curt ilp tllirnart ti tulr filllnc-
0r.inl J-1.UM llmrrlm
City Dray and
F. W. STUDEBAK12R, PROr.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowew
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAMS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONES,
Residence 188.
I SAY, HISTER!
Do you know that it will pay YOU, as
well as US, to buy your Building Mu
terial unci Coal at ouryards? Not only
that our prices AVEnAQE lower, or at
least as low, as those of our competit
ors, but ueoause we tako especial care
of and protect all can bo classed as
REGULAR CUSTOMERS.
PL ATT &
Coal.
iifytfiiifyWVT'iit
DO YOU GI?T UP
WITH A I,AM BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miscmblc.
Almost i-ver body who rends the newt
nancrs is ri.ie to know of the wondciful
ciucs iiiniiu ny iff,
I Kilmer s Mwiuip
j Root, the gice.l kid
L ni-v, liver a:.. I bind-
Kilmer's Swamp
dc r re-'iedv.
'ZfTi It i flic err.nl iiicel.
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IVttl llOllllj'll . -..t
uinctccr.tli ctutur ;
discovered 11 fti't Clllrt
v.Q of scientific n u. neb
J,-,"
,",""77'.
by Dr. Kiln.er, ine
cuiiueiit kid:ic and
I oiailil' I sj,ve JHI1SI, illlU IS Wl'i UlllllllV
, rucce" '.iful in premiptly ci. ring l.in.e back,
uric acid, -tiirrh c t the bl.vld r niicl
Rright''; I)i-v:.ic, which is the wurr.t
, form of kidncv treublc.
, , . , , :..,:. 1 1 : 1. . r. .1 1 . .
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root i-- not ice
oniniciidcd foi every tiling but if j cm have
kidncv, liver or madder t rouble it will lie
f-SJ
orl. n1, iu private practice, ,...,! 1m:,
j)rovc.d to faiccess'ful in every caelhal a
special arrangemctit has been made by
whicli all reaelers of this jiapcr, wl o have
not already tried it, may have a s.mjili;
bottle sent free by mail, also a bcK.k tell
tug more about Swntnp-Koot.nnd bow to
fuidoutifyotibavekidneyorblnddet ttou-
bio. When wilting-mention reading this
generous offer in this paper and h ml jour
address to Di. Kilmer
iS: Co. niiichamtoii.
X. Y. The regular
fifty-cent and otic-
dollar sie bottles are Heme cf Enumpnoot.
mIA hy M dn,wiPt!!. Df n t llIol.c
aI,y iiiistakc, but remember tl c name,
Sw'amp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swan,Kocl,
n,ul uc nildriSS uiIlghaniton, X. V , on
tverv lottle
Tyiiloal rnrin sUciie, Slioulnc Stock Ur'.hlnc l
iiiiERN mm
Some of t'u- clioIccst Ian Is f r err. n rtrw "r
'. 1: Mis lni: ami mixed Cirmfn.: in : e Dt w "
t?i N I Si.mk.i' luw.in nntl Altcr'.i .' .. c f
i ti n Oix'lieil lur Seltl, iiient un r t
Revised Homestead Regulation:;
L'n'-v m.iy n .v be ma 'e 1 y pr y i. n nr' i
.if us), t the futlicr. mother. ct n.clr .' .
I i tln.r or sls'er of tin intcn.lfn heme t ;. i
Thr snnds if homesteads of liiUiures c.c'1 c.
tlms i w . s,!y nvnllablc in thef i lei.t rr.i :
crov,ni, itoti. ralsim; nml ir.Uttl fi.rtu.rc s.-.
turns.
There you will find healthful cl.treile, C'J
neighbors, churches for family worth p sehe.'.'. .
for our children, tJooel law 8, spk&tl.d cto,-..
anil railroads convenient to market.
Knlryfee in each cne Is $10.00. For rotophiJl,
"Last Best West," particulars as to tclc.c, i oute-..
best time to L'o and where to locate, spply to
W. V. HENNETT
601 New York Lite Hlds;.. Omaha, Nil.
Canadian Govcrnroe m Ap' n(
r
MAKE A GOOD INCOME
MM 'Bt 'li-f'f Uf tOLTItlf. IIitllWU -
Ibtlrrx tn ffw sou l .' it. utlr 1
iliiciiut ndi vcoioi.l to run ifttib
..!,., ,,tlll Mill DIULLlNll UMM-S i, ,
'II. M... .m. itiullt.'..lllciojltlir ? Tll . I... .It l.
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(ill .ill. t J,., I..I brlti fit tk tmollir . Ill (mor
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60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
COKVmGHTE Ac.
Anrono tending a fketch and def crlrl Inn mv
liiTonllon Ib prntiablr piiteiitnlile. Coiijiniiuir.v
tlfitia mtrirt Iv rntifldnnt Int. UlMnRnnlf nn I'nlfmi.
nsroriiiin our urinioii ireo rvmuirr an
tent frcn. OMrst nieencr (uraeciirnift pi.lrntri.
raimits taken throush Jluim & Co' receive)
iptelal notice, without chnrgo, Iu the
Scientific flmeriMii.
A hntidaniHoIr llhmtrotod wockly. 1 nrrri't elr.
rulnthm (if nny nrlenllOn lnurnnl. 'Ictnm )3 ,i
jnnrt four niontlie, f I. BolJ byull t chUiJ(t
MUNN & Co.3C,DfMd New York
I'.rnnch onlce. C2& F fit.. Wahltiftun, I). C
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