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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1907)
Even John Philip Sousa, the great bandmaster, who has no use for
Phonographs, has been forced to recognize the Phonograph as a for
midable competitor. The two-step king says that people will no
longer go to concerts if they can have music in their own homes so
easily and so cheaply as they can with the Phonograph. This is an
unwilling tribute, but it is nevertheless a tribute. The'man who has
a Phonograph has a concert in his own house, liven a king could not
have more. At our store you can hear them any time.
I I Victor s J f L
'His Master's Voice'
The above prices include 12 8-in. records with each machine
The Edison Phonograph.
The Edison Gem Phonograph $10.00 jr A
The Edison Standard Phonograph 20.00 ( 'inif
1 ne n.uison nome rnonograpn
The Edison Triumph Phonograph
Records, 35c each; $4.20 per dozen.
? Compare these prices with anyone s
remember we save
' k lyewnouse Droiners9
. L Jewelers and Opticians.
ft SEARCH FOR JOHN D. R0CKEFEL
LER GOES MERRILY ON.
SLEUTHS BESIEGE FOREST HILL
Deputies Continue picketing Oil Mag
nate's Suburban Home at Cleveland.
Marshal Chandler Admitted to Prem
ises, but Does Not Find Him.
Cleveland, July 3. Forest Hill, the
Miburban home of John D. Rockefeller
jl. is bCHiugetl by United States Maisha!
Frank M. Chandler and a corps of
deputies reprehentlnK the depart luent
ot justice. Up to this morning the
efforts of federal ofllclals to serve the
liiibpoena Issued from Jurist) I.niirils'
court In Chicago on Mr. Hocketeller
have been unsuccessful and Marshal
Chandler and his deputies will con
tinue picketing the Rockefeller estate.
Access to the lodge was denied a
deputy marshal and Marshal Chandler
announced that he woul.i aak the de
partment of Justice at Washington for
further authority li the case, loiter
' lie was admitted to the !od;e and Su
perintendent Jones of the Rockefeller
estate, informed him that he and his
deputies could have the freedom of I
the place, a disclaimer being entered
that the barring of the gate against
the deputy marshal was meant ua'an '
affront to federal authority. Marshal
Chandler would not say positively that
lit believed John D. Rockefeller Is at
Forest Hill, but he said he felt sure
Hint the latter Is now within tho Juris-1
diction of the federal court of north
BURNS HUSBAND TO DEATH
Former Lover in Jail, Charged With
Being an Accessory.
Scranton, Pa,, July 3. Mrs. Klndra
Ilowrste, nued eighteen years, Is In
the county jail, charged with having
burned her husband to death that she
might be freo to marry her former
lover, Ignat8 Hutro, who is also In
anil, charged with being an accessory.
Th .fiNice offlcinls say that Mrs.
Howrste has confessed and given aU
The Victor Gramaphone.
you the freight.
the details of the crime. All the par
ties are Lithuanians. According to
her confession, Hutro suggested that
the do awny with her husband so that
they could be married. Following
Hutro's suggestion, the woman got
her husband drunk, and when he was
Btuefied In bed she went to the room
with the kerosene lamp. She poured the
oil from the lamp on the bed and
then, she says, the lamp dropped on
the bed, setting It aflre. At the sight
of her husband roasting and squirm
ing In the flnmlng bed she became hor
ror stricken and rushed from the
house, crying "Fire." Neighbors ex
tinguished the flames and had
Ilowrste sent to a hospital, where he
died without regaining consciousness.
COST OF KAUFMANN CASE
Witnesses and Experts File Claims for
Testimony Given During Trial.
Sioux Falls, S. D July 3. The
nharactor of the bills which have betyi
Hied by some of the medical experts
who were summoned to testify in be
half of tho prosecution indicates that
the recent trial In the state circuit
court of Moody county on a change of
veiufu from tho circuit court of Minne
haha county of Mrs. Emma Kaufmaun
of this city on the charge of having
nun do red her young housemaid will
prove quite expensive for the taxpay
ers of Minnehaha county, who will
nave to foot the hills. A bill for $525
already has been filed by Dr. II. B.
Schofleld of Parkston. Dr. Frank E.
Coulter of Omaha has filed a bill for
fl,2."0, while Dr. Arthur Sweeney of
St. Paul has filed a bill for a similar
amount. Drs. Coulter and Sweeney
were the principal medical experts
who were piesent at tho trial and
whose testimony strongly supported
the cause of the prosecution.
TO ACCOUNT F0R$300",000,000
Decision in United Verde Copper Mine
New York, July 3. The American
says: I)y u decision of Judge Amend,
in speclnl sessions of the supreme
court, ex-Senator William A. Clark
must account for all the dealings of
tho United Verde Copper compnny, in
volving a sum of more than $300,000,
000. The decision comes after eight
No. 1 26.20
No. 2 34-20
No. 3 44.2 o
No. 4 54.20
No. 5 64.20
No. 6 104.20
Burlington Watch Inspectors,
, yoars of litigation as the rftsult of a
, Milt brought by George A. Treadwell
i for the 'minority stockholders. The
j United Verde mine la located at
I Jerome, Ariz.
MEN CAUGHTUNDER TRAIN
i They Take Refuge Under Cars to Es-"
cape Storm and Are Crushed. .
Youngstown, O., July 3. Milton
Stambaugh was killed and a dozen
others Injured, some seriously, by be
ing run over by a train of cars at the
' Ohio works of the Carnegie Steel com
' pany about noon. During a heavy rain
rtorm the men took shelter under a
I train of cars. A switching englno
working In the yard backed Into the
cars and tho gang was terribly
I Flreworkri Start Fire.
Minneapolis, July 3. Spontaneous
, combustion in the fireworks stock I
supposed to have been the cause of a
fire which gutted tho four-story build
ing at 247-249 Nicollet avenue, occu
pied by the hardware stock of V. K.
Morrison. The loss Is $150,000, amply
NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
Hoover Given Life Sentence.
Falrbury Neb., June 29. Charles
Hoover, a cripple, who five days ago
was arrested, charged with beating
to death James Ryan, a chance ac
quaintance, in the district court
pleaded guilty to murder and waB sen
tenced to the penitentiary for life.
Both men were strangers. Hoover
suld he had no relatives.
Shot by Unknown Assailant.
South Omaha, July 2. Ftank Ca
herer was shot and probably fatally
wounded about midnight by an un
known assailant, who fired n charge
of buckshot Into tho unfortunate man,
presumably from a window In tho
second story of Morris Deagnn's sa
loon. Caherer was sitting In tho beer
garden below alone, drinking beer.
Man Loses Life In Fire.
Omnha, June 29. The body of a
man was found In the ruins of the
Martin flats. It was that of a man
about thirty yearn of age and was
laying hi the "debris near (lib north
west corner of the building, whore tho
fire Is supposed to have started and
where the walls have fallen In. It
was charred beyond recognition.
Child Sees Father Killed.
Rattle Crock, Neb., July 1. Jones
Pllklns was killed here by the west
bound pnsHcngor nt the rnllroad cross
ing In the north part of town. Ho
lived nrioHH tho track nnd wmi going
homo to supper. Ho was Intoxicated
nnd tried to cross Just before the en
glno. The body was badly mutilated.
Tho accident was witnessed by his
nluo-yearold daughter, who was with
Rlght.of-Way for Gulf Road.
Stanton, Nob., July 1. A. A. Koai
noy, right-of-way ngent for tho pro
posed Yankton and Gulf railroad, is
at home for a few days. Mr. Kearney
says contracts for right-of-way are
made ns far south as thu Oklahoma
lino. Tho surveyors are to return
shortly nnd go over the line, making
minor changes In tho route, after
which conducts will bo let for tho
Campion Back In Jail.
Seward, Nob., July 1. William
Campion, whom the supremo court
holds unpardoned despite Governor
Mickey's edict, returned to Soward
nnd gave himself up to Sheriff Gillnu
and Is now incarcerated In the county
inll, whore he has spent the major
patt of his time for the last three
yearH. He has always protested his
innocence. Nellie Sallmer, the wom
an in the ense, has been married since.
Drowns While Taking Bath.
Neligh, Neb., July 1. The Elkhorn
river claimed its annual victim at this
place In the person of Ray O. Grooms
of Arnold, Neb. Mr. Grooms, In com
pany wrth R. I,. Hnrmnn, wont to tho
liver for a swim nnd, not being ac
quainted with the stream and unable
to swim, got beyond his depth. Mr.
Hnrman rendered all the assistance
possible to help his compnnion to
shore, but soon became exhausted and
was compelled to give up.
YOUNG RANCHMAN IS .DROWNED
Thrown from Wagon With Wife and
Valentine, Neb.. July 1. L. N. Kline,
tteventy-three years of age, who resid
ed on a ranch near Kennedy, was
killed In a runaway accident near his
Home, by being tin own from a wagon,
together with his wife and two chil
dren. He was driving four horses,
when a part of the lines be
came unfastened, causing the horses
to take fright. After miming some
distance the team plunged into a
fence, breaking the wagon tongue and
throwing the occupants to the ground.
Mrs. Kime nnd the children escaped
uninjured aside from a few bruises,
but Mi. Kline struck on his heud nnd
lived about half an hour.
GREAT NORTHERN FILES TARIFFS
Complies With Nebraska Law Reduc
ing Rates 15 Per Cent.
Lincoln, July 3. Tariff sheets were
filed by the Great Northern railroad
In the office of the state railway com
mission In compliance with tho law
reducing rates 15 per cent on grain
nnd grain pioducts, lumber and build
ing material, coal, live stock, potatoes
ami fruit. The roads which have not
signified their acceptance of the law
are the Union Pacific, St. Joseph and
Gand Island, Missouri Pacific and
Rock Island. Three of these have gone
into the federal con it as a means of
escaping the necessity of obedience to
the act. The Hurllngton has not filed
Its schedules, but has given assur
ance that they will be In by the morn
ing of July 5, when tho law takes effect.
Do you know that it will pay YOU, as
well as US, to buy your Building Ma
terial and Coal at ouryardsT Not only
that our prioes average lower, or at
least as low, as those of our competit
ors, but because we take especial care
of and protect all can be classed as
PL ATT &
City Dray and
P. W. STUDKBATCER, PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowell
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAUS EXPRESS CO.
Women as Weil as Men Are Made
Miserable by Kidney and
Kidney trouble prcyB ujwn the mind,
vigor ami cheerful
ness soon disappear
out of oMcr or dis
eased. Kidney trouble litis
become "so prevalent
that it is not uncom
mon for a child to lc
hot u afllictcd with
weak kidnevs. If the
child urinates loonften, if the urine scalds
the flesh, or if. when the child reaches an
age when it should be able to control the
passage, it is yet afllictcd with bud-wotting,
depend upon it, tliecattscof thedilH
cully is kidney ttoublc, mid the lirst
step' should bu "towards the treatment of
these importaiitoigaus. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
tlie kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit ns most people suppose.
Women as well as men arc made miser
able with kidney and bladder trouble-,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It tsuold
by druggists, in lifty
ccut mid one-dollar i
si?e bottles. You inav
have a sample bottle
bv mail free, also a
Homo of Rwamp-ftoot.
pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root,
including many of the thousands of testi
monial letters received from sufferer
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Itiiighamton, N. Y., be sure and mention
this paper. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swmnp-Koot,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Itiiighamton, N. Y., on every
in every itylt. Ca
tering to parties and
iancei a specialty.
Fresh Bread, Pies,
Cakes, Candy and
The Bon Ton
W. S. BENSB. Proprietor.
When you nro hungry and
want somothlg nice in tho
meat lino, drop into my
market. We hare the nicest
and meats, fish, and gam
in season. We think, and
almost know, that we can
please you. Give us a
ROBINSON & BURDEN.
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