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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1908)
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C ASCHULTZ .
r.imlly irmni ( Hii.lt'iil v j'u'irt.-.
I" ' "' !.' n-il Uli.i-li. v
t'tiii'iit win'!: a pi'uVtv.
Jo! ciniiil. ,....
There may be piana as good 'as the
" AP A E
i rn (LI il kTxfiliti
Sobir.sc n & Son
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V.i a ! tin:. ,iii In ,,,(.! t or w t.
Iti st.iur.itii. Suf! ili',n:. i v.'as
k 0 hmm
inrrFrXve. Fiftieth St.NewYorl4M
mi m mm i w w&
Ei 9Up EL iiL kL
1 li.ivc secured the agency of this famous piano for this territory, and have just rccei m1 a new shipment of the styles shown on tins p ,ro DIRKCT
FROM TIIK FACTORY Oh" KOIlLliR & CAMPBKLL IX NMW YORK CITY. Tlif Wy dealers say th.it a "litth- one-hors stop- iter that , m't
buy direct from the manufacturer." IF I CANNOT PROYF. TO YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION THAT I DO U" AT 1 I KM H WD, I
WILL MAKE YOU A PR1-.SFNT OF THE FINEST PIANO IN STOCK. I stat:.' nuiy to prove my utciucntst ami .;. . - ' ' ..'.-
"QdlMflNt tftHiSIHVHn! 1
Beware of "SPECIAL SALE" pianos and prices. Pianos left over at one sale are usually shipped on to another, and a factorv representative will
often devote MONTHS of his time in one little town. HOW MANY SUCH REPRESENTATIVES DO YOU THINK A FACTORY WOULD
HAVE TO EMPLOY TO COVER THE ENTIRE COUNTRY? "Special Sales" are not in good favor with the legitiment trade in St,i,t,,:i-f Pi.vios.
You can buy Hcttcr (iooUs, at ;. Prins, from a dealer who ". . .v7 .: i.tr :, ,i .' i. '?. and you can buy on just as easy payment. The
"Special Sale" fellow does not rely upon his PIANO OIWL1TY, b.it rather upon his TALKING (HWLITY.
J0O YOU GI5T UP
WITH A IVAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who i cads the news
papers is sure "to know of the wonderful
CUK'S lliaili' ,"i- Jir,
I Kilmer's Swamp
I Hoot, thr; teat kitl
IL ney, tr and bkuU
I - dcr remcuy.
' It is the urcnt med
ical triumph of the
liiiicli'ciitli eentiir :
ilicnit.r.il ftf li.r vinr4
-U IF" I r-SaB f scientific research
fl'1 UL by Dr. Kilmer, the
' i-"'" eminent Kumey ami
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully
fmccessful in promptly curing lame back,
uric ncid, catarrh of the bladder and
llriRlit's Disease, which is the worst
fonn of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will Iks
found just the remedy you need. It has
Ixren tested in so miTny ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, and has
proved so successful in every case that n
ttpccinl arrangement has been made by
-which ull readers of this paper, who have
not already tried it, may have a sample
lmttlc sent free bv mail, alson look tell
ing more alxmt Swamp-Root, and how to
findoutifyouhavekidney or bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading this
generous offer in this paper and send your
address to Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Hinghaniton,
N. Y. The regular
fifty-cent and one-
dollar SIZC liottles are Home of Bwamp-noot.
Bold by all. good druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Uoot, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot,
und the address, Uinghamtou, IN'. Y., on
UIIEUMATISSI CUUKI) IN A DAY
Dr.l)ctchoii Ucllef for lUicnmallun ntul Neural
KU radically enrto In 1 1o:HIr. ltnartldaiipon
tbe fytlcm retnHrknlilo ami mKtcrluini, It
removes at onco ilia canto ami HioiIKchko lm
ratHllatuh 1li.Rpi'arK. Thi Urn iloso Krcatlj
lA'm-tltH. 75 criUSHiid tl. sola b) II. K.Olilci.
dmsKlbt, Hcd Cloud.
Annual Estimate of Expenses ami Report
of Revenues Received.
The followhiK l Did annual cMlmuto of ex
liiK(of i In- tirohalilo atnonni of money nceo
Krv lor all tmrpofOh to lie rali-il In iliu clly of
lltd Cloud, NebrakB,iliirliiK the I'litiiliiK Ut-cul
year: , ,
Kor olllcf rn' mliitli's
"or Ptri'tin anil ulleyi
for kiiiiiillcK unit prlullia:
Yor niHiiitennm e f water w orRa
V,,r liMiTrKt 1)11 I'lCPlrlC llslll tKlIlllh .
1 1 no im
I'ori'oiiilinti'iit imd liii'lilcnml oxpciiK'i. !w n
l"or jiidKiiiunt r mill t(!!,,'ki
PorMroet IIkIiiIiik.. , , .., luro
l'uruinlnteiiiiiec uf clwiiU Unlit works Mm)
TUo rnllowtllK l ii Ktaten fin of the f lltllii rev
cimcki'f tuld fll) ot Itdl t'lund fur tho pnl IU-
Oollcetccl on Kiuicral f iiinl
Ocrunallnn tux collected
Colluded on water iiiml
ISlectrlo IIrIh laml coltiM'.ijij.
U'ater vj (mil i'i llui ut ....
Jtlcetrlo IlKlit le collet tcil., .
JudBrneiu (mid cullcetcd
. 4.101 0)
.. i,io mi
... sju m
Total .. W),WiW
'Atteiil; l: U. Fort, City Clerk.
NOT AT THE PRICE
Their Enormous Sales Prove It Over 80,000 Now in Use
The "KOHLER & CAMPBELL" is in THE STANDARD GRADE OF
RELIABLE PIANOS; is sold at a price within' the reach of all, and is GUAR
ANTEED to last as lon and give as ood satisfaction as any piano made, RE
GARDLESS OF COST. ".
Each piano is POSITIVELY GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACTUR
ERS AGAINST ALL DEFECTS IN WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIAL
PRACTICALLY FOR ALL TIME.
If you have not E.SED
KEEPING THEM BOTH IN LINE,
Juct One of the Tribulations of
"Si'iiiUnr." said the prlvato st-rro-Invy.
"Iicrc'ii n h'tlor ftom (In ilitor
i.f the Skotlunk Ihiek'. who wantB to
know how you stand on tin- (jmilon
nl icpoallui; th tariff on wood pulp '
"Tell him," sidd Si-nator IHilnum-r.
"Hut lu'ic's ono ftom a paper man-1
iifuclurci who wiljos to ask you If
you an1 koIiik to allow the sonscU-ss
clamor of irresponsible newspaper
men to Inlluenre you against the great ,
principle of pioteetlon to home Indus-j
tiles, and cause you to vote for the re-.
peal or the most righteous and neces
sary tariff on wood pulp."
"H'm!" mused the eminent states-
man. "William, send the editor's let
ter to the paper manufactuier and tin
paper manufacturer's letter to the
editor, and explain to each In strict
confidence that u public man who Is j
trying to servo his country has to (
stand this sort of rot from Ignorant or
prejudiced constituents who seek to i
i!lsiincli him f Kim the faithful ner
fnrnililin. llf lllh KWOII1 lllltV b'UOSll!" I
Found Room for the Stamp. ;
The other day a lady who lives In a '
town near this clt sent her little nm
to the post olllce to mall a letter, and
when he leturned thtee or four hours
later she cpiitloned him concerning
the errand. '
".lohnny," said she. "did you mall
my letter as 1 told .ou'.'"
"Yes." answered .lohnny, "hut thp
man weighed It and said I would have
to put on another stamp."
"I didn't know that It was heavy.
enough for an extra stamp." iespond-1
ed the mother. "You didn't put it onj
so that It would cover the address,
did Mm?" i
"Oh, no," was the prompt reply o (
.lohnny. "I saw that there wasn't
much loom, so I Just put It on lop ol
the first one." l'hlladelphla Tele
Representative William II. Hyan ol
Buffalo was getting leady to go home
for tho Christinas holidays. He packed
his 1 1 unk carefully, but thought It
looked as If It needed roping. So he
sent downstalis lor tho potter of his
hotel and gae Instructions. Thr
potter came up and crossed and crlas
ciossid the Hunk with lope until It
was llxi'd to gu to Asia, to say nothing i
II) an felt In hU puckot for a mint,
tor to give to tho portor. Then he
sat down suddenly and exclaimed:
"Well. I'll be darned!"
"What the matter hogs?" ask'od the
".Matter enough," yollod Ityan. "I've
loft ull my money nud my lallroad
ticket In a pair of trousers I packed
In that trunk."
your purcbasec why not call
eHL g$ Mm mis? M if i s
HER DAY OF SPRINGTIME GON.
Woman Forced to Recofjnisc
Ruthless Hand of Time.
"I have dlBPOvorod that I am middle
jred." slie haid, ii.un her l'.uri froi"
v trip down town locently. Siie who
each year, upon the ii-curreure of In r
hlithday, declnros her nvo to b" lis
t'xpcptlng the assertion to I ncce'
ed by her U'latlvea and Irlnuis; -!!
who was supposed to linvo i!lscore(! j
tho secret of perpetual youth, sank
wilted into the Morris chair.
"1 liavo ildden today on three lines
of cars," she explained. "I staited
down town by the trolley line, trans
firrlng to the elevated, and came
home by tho subway. 1 stood up all
the way down town and all the way
home," sho walled.
"And that proves "
"That 1 am no longer young, neith
er have 1 yet become old. I am
simply and unattractively middle
"When a very oung woman enters
a crowded car a scoie of men Jump
to their feet; when a young woman
enteis a dozen rise; when one 'still
oung' conies In at least one or two
"'"'" " "ffPrt'll !
the woman with
white hair, bowed shoulders and fal
teilng feet has no trouble In secur-l
lug a seat. Hut, alas! for the middle
aged! She appeals neither to the j
spit It of gallantly nor of chivalry,
to admliatlon nor leverence.
"l have stood In a car today for
the first time In mv lernlhetlon. I
accept the Hat. I am middle aged.
Itilng me a cup of tea."
GET KNOWLEDGE OF BUSINESS.
Corporation Publishes a
Book for New Employes.
A large eoi potation has lately
shown Its appreciation of the valuo
of gllng new employes a thorough
general knowledge of the business by
publishing a book describing in an In
tel estlng lashlou till the details of the
! company's work, says System.
It Is a volume of over 1100 pages, 11
lust nited with fac simile cuts of va
rious leports and other forms used. A
cop Is furnished every employe, and
ho Is expected to master not merely
tho lottlons peitalnlng to his own
work, but the etitho book.
(JuUzeYs tire held at frequent Into.
.als thiotighout the organtatlon and
illsmlfsal Is the penalty for ignorant1"
of any subject tinted In the voluui".
"It costs about .$2,000 to publish thla
book," tays the president of tho com
pany, "but wo consider It money well
invested and wo nro planning to Issue
a new and up-to-date edition ovary
"When n man enters our employ
ho Is told to read this manual and
do nothing else until ho has thorough
ly mastered It. Tills Uvea him a
general knowledge of tho buslnosH,
and If thero arc any points-ho does
not understand they nro cleared up
before ho begins work."
and TAB.& 8TT VER
V"' 'w'J; xvJl ill la ial 'cf u v.
KEO CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Wo huvo in stock at all times a
comploto line of Building Material
nud Good Coal. Our prices aio
reasonable. Wo solicit your imtron
Bge. Bell Tel. CO. Farmers Ind. 71.
Keel fence: First door south of
Red Cloud .Mill, 101 South Webiter
Can bo found at home every foro
Clfarin ami tKnt.ntl Ui hIr.
l'lomulri luiuiiinl nnith.
Nrvrr Pailii to Itcttoro a7
ltulr to Its Yautbt'ul Color.
Curc imlp dli'iM - lulr tilUug.
Kv. toil 1 1 0t Dru !
One application of Manan pile
remedy, for all forms of piles relieves
pain, sooths, reduces inllaintnatlon,
soreness and itching. Price I0e.
(itiatanteed to Rive hutisfaetiun. hohl
by Henry Cook.
Wood's liver medicine is for the re
lief of malaria, chills and four and all
ailments resulting from deranged con
dition of tho liver, kidney and blad
der. Wood's liver medicine Is a tonic
to the liver and bowels., relieves sick
hciulnciic. constipation, stomach, kid
ney and liver disorders and ncU as a
gentle liiNiitlvc. 1 1 is tho ideal remedy
tot fatigue and wcaknesh. It's tonic
effects on tho entiro system felt with
tho Hist dose. The sjl bl.o contains
nearly !."j times tho unantltv of tlte
.100 hli-.c. In liquid form. Pleasant to
tnk. "'" -'" '
Rrmc of (lie choicest Inniif fr craln BrowlD.T,
fti ti 1 V-flfbfrirv twl tuKnil fti ciiilnn Im ! nniu tile-
trltM o! Saskatchewan und Alberta have rc
cintljr been Opciuil forHi'ttli inriit under tt.e
Revised Homestead Regulations
I'ntry may now be mndo by proxy (on rcrtuln
ronilitlonii), by the father. mother, son, daughter,
i brother or sister of an Intending homesteader.
Thousands of homesteads ol 100 acres cuch are
thus now easily obtainable In these crcnt craln
irronlni:, stock-ruUInt; and mixed farmlnc lec
tions. There you will find healthful climate, cood
nclshbors, churches (or family worship, schools
(or your children, cond laws, splendid crops,
and railroads convenient to market.
Kntry fee In co'-h case Is $10.00. For pamphlet,
"Last lies t West," particulars ns to rates, routes,
best tlmo to go and where to locate, apply to
KOt New York Life Hide.. Omaha, Neb.
Canadian Government Acent
i r ouv
bLY'S IsREAM ESALM,
Suro to Clvo Satisfaction.
ClSES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cleanses, Boothen, heals and protects tho
dieii8cd liienibranoresiiltinfrom Catarrh
and drives away a Cold iu the Head qnickl v.
Ik'Htores tho Hctii-ei of Tinto and .Smell.
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drills
Applied into tho nostrils and absorbed.
LnrKo Kizo, fiO cents at Dru'Kiits or by
mail. Liquid Cream Balm for usi in
atomizers, 75 cents.
ELY pnOTHERS, GG Warren St.. Now York.
PinesaXve ACTSn "" AP0AU"ICE
j RELIEVED ALL
111:111: Is iti;r.icr FOIt WOMBN.
1 Mother llray. uiirco In Now York dlM-overed
nn iiroumtli?. i.uhiiiii licrt cure fur wonicii
UN mlleilAl'sl'Jt.M.lAN I.KAK. It ! llieoiily
I certain rt'Kiilator. C'lircn fuinalo ucakiif-feB j
mill iJHcknclic, klilney. LlaiMor ami tirliiiiry
troublcK At nil riniKIHs ar byuinll WrentJ.
.,nl T-'M-" H.i ' ' t " r '
-h ?w v -' i? "5 3 v i i V3 F-?nvTra vi 1 1 "S
i S.' - v - . ' i. J
ir v- Jk L'Wl: d:.frra;
1 1 !ui c i I
j 1 Oiiiinilliri Mioviln MIxril l .nt; Set-uc In
Boots, Shoes and Angle Lam;s
Repairing1 Neatly Done
Woke & Wriarht
Engine Repairing a Specially
llorsoshn, ',ll;r. I'.lai K- I.V'
Ki:n n.ori). xki:.
Karnu rs' phone A s. He.! ;. .me j:
Plumb's Flour &
Vou Mive money in bnyinc; your .'.
ii .".oo-ponnd lots of hi in.
H. E. ASHER
At D.u'jotd staii'l
J. P. HANSON, Propr.
riioi-e !2. lio,! Clc-. I, .
Fred E. Maurer
I'ublic. IVnsioiis a t-,.o i.ilty.
OlVu'C OViT I'dstddl'-O.
A, T. Walker
IIHAL i:STTI. M).'Sa!i '
Ki'-t )i,, ii- North of r si ii -.
W. K. GEER
Shoes made to order.
I'epait- work a j.oail'y
L. A. HASKIN3
Korosene, Gn.-olino Etc. Thoce "iT
O. A. Nelson
Veterinary Surgeon Sc
Dentist. Omce, m my Baru.
L H. FORT
Insurance Agent, Abstracter
and Notary Public.
Dttuieroll Block. Phoue 85-.
Dr Nellie E Maurer
Damerell Block. Over Albt flit Bros.
Phono '.'Ol .
nRainst Fire, LiRhtnlne, Cy
clones and Windstorms, iee
NO. B, STANSER,
agent for tho Fanners Union Insur
ance. Co., Lincoln, Nob., the b; in.
surance company intho sNto
MAKE A GOOD INCOME
luil I. hii.ltw.f.r Iimti.lt, IfjouLnM.,1
ftll.UHnfrB4ouldlU loiurt ft ircA.,1 t
t.it... . no turn ou bw ,,. n. ,,.L.
not. mo.., aTC HILL DKIUINI
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tIHtBB A 1& tti.1 full .u(..i.u ..1 . m ....
Anyone nffnll'is a Blcclrh nmt rtoscrlntlnn may
anlclily nsiennln our opinion freo wdctticr hu
ltiTOP'lini is it bntjly 1 ifiimiilx ruiiiiuumcn.
ItnniMrctlyi iiUdoutl.il HMIDDOOK on I'atcuu
unt Jreo. Olilct (lL'ency lurcmurinirnatciiu.
I'atrnts lakoit ttiruuuli .Muiin ,t tut rcculvo
tfttxilvMM, vrltliuutclinres, lutlio
A innrtomclr lllnctriitpil weekly. I.nrceit elr
riilatluii of nliy rrlcolltln limtnut. 'I'lTim, tJ a
i.-itii uf IUUU1113, f i. cuiuuruii TictTBiieiuer.
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