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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1906)
RED OLODD, NEBRASKA.
by tho unceremonious arrival of a TLnnennJ. Uovo tfirlnaw
neighbor's son, who burst into tho inUUballUS IldYO HIQIlCJ
'vrooin, exclaiming that their house was
in (lames. Tho root had caught flro I
Paul C. Phakes
One your ' lieu
lx month "'
Bntortrt t tne no H4(!lonrt, Nttb.ai
Furnished on implication,
"BLEPHONE, SEVEN - TWO
from a defective electric light wire.
Considerable damage was done to tho
house and contents. Tho psychic phe
nomenon presented by Mrs. Kerr's
dream is causing much discussion.
Ex-Convict on Warpath.
Dos Moines, Jan. 17. D. S. Clay
man, an ex-convict, was arrested at
tho door of the senate chamber of tho
Iowa legislature, charged with threat
ening tho lives of Representative II
Trouble and Never Suspect it.
IIow To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours ;
tliugitulicutcsau unhealthy con
dition of the kid
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
nev trouble ; too
to pass it or pain
in the back is
K. Teachout and Senator 0. C. Dowell Ms0 com.,nchlK proof that the kidneys
because tlu latter failed to get him a ald bi!Ui,ier are out of order. ,
jon uunng me present session. Clay- what to do.
man was sent to the penitentiary from There is comfort in ims kiiouiciikc so
niipii uxTircsMcii. unit i-. ".
Adair county for wife murder twelve
years ago. Ho served out his time
mp-Root, the great kidney vi'itin.j,
lis every wish in curing rhcumatji in,
8HORTAGE IN KANGAG TREASURY
Report of Accountant Morris Makes
Topeka, .Ian. 17. A total shortage
In tho Kansas state treasury of about
$78,000 is shown by tho report of Ac
countant Morris In tho treasury exam-
iuatlon just cloned, according to a
nummary of tho report prepared by
Governor E. W. Hoch. Tho report
covorB nil tbe transactions made by
tho state treasurers from Jan. 1, 1808, 1
to June 30, 1005, including tho two full
terms of former State Treasurer ,
Frank Grimes and one term and el.
montliB of tho administration ot
Thomas T. Kelly, tho present state
treasurer. The largest part of tho
Bhortago appears in tho accounts of
tho oIHco during the Grimes admlnls
trntion. Of tho total of ?78,000, $00,
000 is due to missing coupons from
Ijoiul s owned by tho stato school fund,
nnd $18,000 is duo to loss of interest
, on warrants issued by the territory of
Oklnhonm to tho state or Kansas.
Governor I loch declined to discuss
any action that ho might take in re
gard to tho results or tho Investiga
tion. Former Stato Treasurer Frank E.
Grimes issued a statement, in whU'h
ho absolutely denies any responsibil
ity for the shortage in Oklahoma war
rant interest and says he is nblo to
account satisfactorily for all tho bond
coupon shortages, except $7,125. Mr.
Grimes states that ho is willing to
mako good any shortages ho is re
sponsible for. In his statement, Mr.
Grimes puts the responsibility for a
number of serious discrepancies on C.
R. Rlchey bis chief clerk.
Asldo from the shortage shown, tho
Morris report makes sensational dis
closures concerning tho erasure of
tho "state property" stamp from the
backs of coupons and the mutilation
or records In the offices of the state
treasurer and stato auditor.
and then camo to Des Moines, solicit- pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
lng a job during tho legislative scs- and every 'part of the urinary passage,
s'lon, because, as o said, bo had , It corrects inability to hold water
served tho state for twelve years. Ho ! scalding )am in passing it, or oau
also threatened to
house when arrested,
no is insane. ,iriiur im inv. mid to net tin niauv
Damage by Storm In Ohio. j times .luring, tfie night. The Ud and
, , , , ,v. , , the extraordinary effect of owamp-KOOt
Cleveland, Jan. 17. IN'spatehcs ,"Lrr,n,0,i'y it stands the hiuhest
Mm IWff t2yjlvv
mlm do. not i
No Money Rosgulp&di
until you rccoivo and approvo of your bJcyclo.
Wc ship to - M jn B7. t--:
anyone on m ksus bjcb$z fu-2H3 m -
v, Coaster - B'-nlces anil Punoturolcss Tires.
spjiiszaszzz $7 t $12
Any make or moild you want at one-third usual
price. Clioico of any standard tires and best
equipment on ull our bicycles. titroiHcst guarantee.
Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C.'o. D. to any
ono without a vail deporit and allow 10 DAYS
FREE TRIAL beforo purchato is binding.
500 SacoBid Hastdl Wheels $ . ti
taken In tradn by our Chleapo retail stores, &9Jp 10 UfWt
nil makes mid models, kouiI as new T
UD8V a bicycle until you have written for our FACTORY
uU I tminFR Aifn FStrp tnint merer? ti..
equipment, sundries and sixirtlmr woods of all kinds, at lialf regular jirlco, In our
big free Sundry Catalogue. Contains a world of useful Information. Write for li.
for twelve yenrs. Ho d scalding pam in passing u, or u;m
to bloV un the state i effects following use of liquor, wine or
sff 1 it V i Miowri ,Jr' n,,l overcomes that unpleasant nc
ested. U is believed iy of bcitI,j compelled to go often
Rodu3ai BtpSco $3.50 per pair.
To IntPQsSucQ M "7 &l
wo wiii Sett M iLJh
OUT THE AIR
You a Sample
from manv nolnts throinrhfuil. Oliln e' L .-. t c.i ..,,. ,r ft,n .,wc l!c
Bhow that great damage was wrought tressing cases. If you need n medicine 625 aOP USntty
ny tno llorco galo tnat swept the state, you should liavetne nest, aoiu oyorug
Telegraph and telephone linos were ' gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes,
carried down at scores of nolnts. with i . You may have a sample bottle and a
tho result that communication by bpok,..tlat,.lel,fa"
. Wns scrinU,.y Cpp.ed. , S."SSfi!
i.unier x -u., inii-
hanitou. N. Y. When nomootBwmp.Root.
writing mculion this paper and don't
make any mistake, but remember the
name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, aud
the address, Ilinghamton, N. Y.
E0GERS IS IN COURT
M MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES
Result of 15 years oxporienco in tiro making.
No danejes front THORNS,, GAGTSJS.
PmS,NAilS, TACKS ob GLASS. Serious
punctures, liko intentional knifo cuts, can bo
vulcanized liko any other tire.
EASY RIDING, STRONG,
DURABLE, SELF HEALING
FULLY COVERED by PATENTS
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
REQUEST FOR DAY'S POSTPONE
MENT IS GRANTED.
MARSHALL FIELD IS DEAD.
Chicago Dry Goods Merchant Passes
Away in New York.
Now Yoru, Jan. 17. Marshall Field
of Chicago, millionaire merchant and
a leader in tho dry goods trade of tho
world, died at tho Holland house In
thls city after an illness extending
over more than a week, beginning
with a bad cold and developing quick
ly into pneumonia, which affected
both "lungs. Mr. Field, nJ'fcough sev
enty years or age, fllUl a light
against tho disoaso v ue attend
ing physicians chnrac; jil as being
braver and stronger th&n would have
been expected of a man many years
his junior. Mrs. Field and other mem
bers of tho family wero with him
when ho lapsed Into the period of un
consciousness which ended In death.
In an adjoining room wero many per
sons prominent in the business and
social life of Chicago, intimato asso
ciates of Mr. Field, who had come to
Now York when the seriousness of
his condition was known to them.
An outline of tho funeral arrange
ment was decided upon. Tho body will
bo taken to Chicago today in a special
over tho New York Central and the
Lake Shore systems. There will bo
no service of any sort in this city. It
Js planned to hold the funeral ser
vices in Chicago, at a date to bo fixed,
eithor from tho Field residence in
Prairie avenuo or from tho First PreB
byterian church, whoso pastor, tho
Rov. Dr. Morrison, will in either case
bo tho officiating clergyman.
During tho periods of consciousness
which marked tho last twenty-four
hours of his life, Mr. Field talked but
little, scorning resigned and peaceful,
and occasionally expressing his ap
preciation of tho fight his physicians
had made for him. Mr. Field had been
in consultation Sunday with his per
sonal couusol from Chicago. Ho said
ho felt that his condition was gravo
nnd had given almost constant
thought to his business affairs.
Standard Oil Magnate's Attorney Telia
Why He Does Not Answer Qu-s
tlons Says Hadley is Seeking Per
New York, Jan. 13. -Before Justlco
Gildersleove, in the New York su
preme court, counsel for II. II. Rogers
or tho Standard Oil company wero
successful in securing another day's
postponement or the rule against Mr.
Rogers to show cause why ho should ,
not bo compelled to answer certain
questions asked by Attorney General j
Herbert S. Hadley or Missouri, In tne
hearing in this city to determine tho
relationship, If any, between the
Standard Oil company, tho WaterB
Pierce company and tho Republic Oil
company. Mr. Hadley, through coun
sel, strongly opposed tho postpone
ment, on tho plea that It was neces
sary for Mr. Hadley to close the hear
ing today In order that he might meet
court engagements In the west on
Monday. Tho delay was secured
through a plea that one or Mr. Rog
ers' counsel had a case on hearing Ii
Mr. Rogers, In his answer, says that
tho attorney general or Missouri is
not asking tho questions at issue tor
purposes or public policy, but is bring
ing tho proceedings In ordor to gain
personal notoriety as a Toe of tho
Standard Oil company, and that tho
newspapers have been fed with sen
sational Btorles by Mr. Hadley hold
ing Tlogors up to contempt and ridicule.
Attorney General Hadley resumed
the hearing before Commissioner San
born, and A. V. Jockel, formerly of
tho Standard Oil company and later
with the Waters-Plerco company in
Oklahoma City, was again called as a
witness. Ho was cross-examined by
the attorneys for the oil Interests, but
renlll rmed much of his testimony giv
en on direct examination. Tho wit
ness refused to answer a question
nsked by ono of tho oil company's at
torneys. Ho said ho did so on advice
of counsel, and added: "I've got the
The trouble is, your liver's
sick. One of its products,
"bile," is overflowing into
You can't digest your food,
your appetite is poor, you
suffer dreadfully from head
ache, stomach ache, .dizzi
ness, malaria, constipation,
"etc. What you need is not a
dose of salts, cathartic water
or pills but a liver tonic
Send for Catalomie T." showing all kinds and makes of tiros at IS no per pair and ud
Jso Coastpr-Hraltcs. Hullt-ui Wheels and Illcycles Sundries at Half the usual prlcmm.
Notice tho thlflc rubber tread "A" und puncture strips " II" and " U." This tiro will
outlast anvoHier nmlfo Soft, Klastli: and Kasy Hiding. W'o will ship CO. D, ON APPROVAL
AND EXAMINATION tvilioiil t ctnt tifpoul.
W'o will allow a caah discount of 5S& (tlicitfto raaldmr tho price $4.50 per pair) If you
send full cash vtlth ordor. Tires to bo rutxuyed at our expense. It not satisfactory on
MEAD CYCLE CO., Dept. "J.L CHICAGO, ILL.
This great meJIdne acts gently on
the sick liver. It purifies the blood,
rensws theappctite, feeds the nerves,
clears the brain and cures consti
pation. It Is a true medidno for side liver
and kidneys, and regulates all the
c'gestive function?. Try it.
At all dealers in medicines In
Daring all these years A. B. CHASE Piano3
have boon acknowledged to bo of tho very highest
grade. Tho most critical and export musicians find
thorn unsurpassed in
Tone, Action and Durability
Wo are district distributers of tho A. TJ. CHASE
Pianos, and will gladly put you in touch with ono of
our representatives, or mail you catalogues
and special prices.
St. Joseph, Mo.
T. J. WASHBURN.
EitabllilieU in IB68.
Blazing Roof Fulfills IJrcam.
Falls City, Neh., Jan. 17. When Dr.
Kerr and his wife hnd seated them
selves nt tho breakfast tablo Mrs.
Kerr commenced to relate a story of
a dream sho had had In tho night.
She had dreamed that their houso
was on flro and was giving a vivid
description of tho exclteniont sho had
undergone and of tho damago done to
tho house. Her story was interrupted
Liberal Landslide Continues.
Tiondon, Jnn. 16. The liberal land
slide continue?. Out of seventy-Blx
contests, the liberal and laborltes to
gether secured sixty-two seats. Tho
liberal gains show the surprising total
of forty-two, whilo tho unionists
gained only ono seat, that of Hast
ings. Two former cabinet officers
went down before the storm of liberal
sentiment. Gerald Balfour, who was
president of the local government
board In the Balfour cabinet, was de
feated at Ixedu by a majority of 1,069
and Walter Humo Long, former chief
sccretnry for Ireland, lost his seat for
South Bristol. The labor candidates
are showing remarkable strength.
will be lawful for tho head of the agri
cultural department to publish tho
names of dealers who sell adulterated
seed. Tho question arose because the
secretary of agriculture had an im
pression that if ho did publish such
names ho would bo liable for damages
In actions in libel.
Harvard Abolishes Football.
Boston, Jnn. 16. Football has been
abolished at Haiward, pending a re
form in the game that will bo accept
able to the board of overseers, accord
ing to an olllclal announcement from
tho university. Tho discontinuance
of tho game Is a result of a voto
taken at a secret mooting of tho bonrd
of oversoors, when It was decided tlrat
Intercollegiate football at Harvard
would not ho permitted until tho rules
and regulations hnd been so changed
nnd amended as to remove what tho
overseers regard as tho evils of tho
Marshall Field Slightly Worse.
New York, Jan. 15. Tho condition
of Marshall Field, tho Chicago mer
chant who Is 111 with pneumonia at
tho Holland house in tills city, Is not
so favorable. Tho following bulletin
was issued by his physicians: "Since
change for tho worse last night Mr.
Field has shown no Improvement.
Whilo tho outlook is less favorablp,
It is not hopeless."
FREE TO STOCKMEN!
A beautiful six-leaf calondar will bo sent by us ABSOLUTELY
FREE TO EVERY STOCKMAN who may ship his cattle, hogs or sheep
to markot and who will write us answering tho following questions:
(1) How many head of stock have you?
(2) What kind of stock liavo you, not including horses?
(3) When do you oxpect to markot your stock?
(1) To what markot will you likoly ship?
(5) In what paper did you see this advertisement?
This calendar will bo ready for distribution in January. It is an ex
ceptionally beautiful, artistio aud costly production, psiutod in several
colors, ropresonting'fox hunting scenes. It was mnde especially for us,
cannot bo obtained elsewhere, and is worthy a place in tho finest home.
WRI i'E US TO-DAY giving this information and insure getting this cal
CLAY, ROBINSON ft CO., stock Yards, KANSAS CITY
We nlNO liuvo our own lioiihf s at
CHICAGO SOUTH OMAHA SIOUX CITY SOUTH ST. JOSEPH
DENVRK SOUTH ST. PALL EAST DUFPALO
HeHd our market letter In this paper. Writ us for nay Npeeinl Information desired.
Health Officers Want Pure Food BUI.
Des Moines, Jan. 1C. Some fifty
Iowa health officers from all parts of
the stato In convention hero approved
a pure ioou dim wiucu hub ueen nrau- j
od by Prenldent Dr. LewiB A. Thomns ' 5
of Red Oak, and Senator Shirley Gilli
land of that district will bo asked to
present the bill to tho present general
5 AY, HISTERI
Do you know that it will pay YOU, as
woll as US, to buy your Building Ma
torial and Coal at ouryards? Not only
that our prices average lower, or at
least us low, as those of our competit
ors, but deoause wo take especial care
of aud protect all can bo classed as
PL ATT FREES CO.
Mrs. Chadwlck in Penitentiary.
Columbus, O.Jan. 13. Mrs. Casslo
L. Chadwlck arrived at tho penlten
tiary from Cleveland to begin a sen
tence of ton years for conspiracy to
wreck tho Citizens' National bank at
Arc You Uslnfc Allen's Foot-Ease?
Shako into your shoos Allen's Foot-
Names May Be Published. Kuse, n powdor. It cures Corns, Bun
Washington, Jan. 10. Attorney don- ions, Painful, Smarting, Hot, Swollen
ornl Moody has rendered nn opinion f00t. At till druggists and shoo storos,
for Secretary Wilson, holding that it oo.
City Dray and Express Line.
P. W. STUDlCBAirER, PKOP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
Residence iS8. Office 119
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