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MONEY WANTED IN THE WEST
Secretary Shaw Transmit His Estimate! of
Appropriations for Next Tear.
SCHEDULES LITTLE IN LINE OF NEW WORK
Tweaty Thailand Dollars Meatlaaed
im Araoant Neeesaarri to Com
plete the Pablle Balldlna;
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) Secretary Shaw transmitted to the
house of representatives .today estimates
of appropriations required fpr the several
branches of the public service for the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1904.
For the United States assay office at
Deadwood 13,200 Is asked, being the same
amount appropriated for the present fiscal
year. Kor the Third and Fourth Internal
revenue districts of Iowa $34,000 Is
asked; for Nebraska, under the same head
ing, $22,500 Is required, while for the North
and South. Dakota district $15,500 Is
Under the head of Indian affairs the pay
of Indian agents at the following agencies
Is asked: Cheyenne River agency. South
Dakota, $1,700; Crow Creek agency. South
Dakota, $1,600; Lower Brule agency, $1,400;
Omaha and Winnebago agency. Nebraska,
$1,600; Pine Ridge, S. D., $1,800; Rosebud,
.$1,800; Sac and Fo$ agency, Iowa, $l,Q0p;
Slsseton agency, South Dakota, $1.-600. For
fulfllllng treaties "with the Wlnnfebago' Ih-j
dlans and Omaha and Winnebago agency
Nebraska, $44,000 will be necessary. '
For the Indian warehouse at Omaha $10,-
000 la aaked, the same amount which was
appropriated at th. last session of con-
gress; for the proper conduct and manage-'
tnent of the asylum for insane Indians at .
Canton, S. D., $25,000 Is asked for.
Iadlaa School All.waare.
'. For the support of the Indian school at
Chamberlain. S. D., $37,200 Is asked, being
a decrease of $14,000 from the amount ap
propriated by the last congress; for the In
dian school at Flandreaul $73,925 la needed,
a decrease of $4,000 on last year's appro
priation: for the maintenance of the In
dian school at Genoa, Neb., $65,300 Is
needed, which includes a new horse barn
to cost $2,500 and Installment of a water
system, estimated to cost $6,000; for tho
Indian school at Pierre, S. D., $31,550 Is
asked, Including the erection of a light-
? "-V1..1.30 '.r tb1 Rap'I!
City, 8. D.. $42,000 Is needed, this estimate
Including;' water plant to cost $6,000 and
remodeling of dormitory at a cost of $7,000;
for the Indian achool on the Sac and Fox
reservation In Iowa $17,360 la necessary. In
cluding the eroctlon of -a residence and
office tor tba superintendent at a cost of
Pahlle Balldlaa- Demands.
Under the general heading of public
worka the following estimates for com
pletion and continuation of postofflce build
ings are presented by the supervising ar
chitect: Aberdeen, 8. D., for completion
of buildings, $75,000; . Atlantic, la., con
tinuation of building,. $7,500; Boone, la.,
continuation, $25,000; Burlington, la., com
pletion of extension under present limit.
$15,000; Centervllle. Ia., continuation. $8,750;
Deadwood, S. D., postofflce and court house,
continuation, $50,000; Evanston, Wyo.,
postofflce and court bowse, continuation,
$25,000; Hastings, Neb., continuation, $60,
000; Iowa City, la., continuation, $15,000;
Laramie, Wyo., continuation, $20,000; Lin
coln, Neb., court house and postofflce, con
tinuation of extension under present limit,
$175,000, iand $5,000 additional Is needed,
according to Secretary Shaw, for rent of
temporary quarters for the accommodation
of certain 'government ' efftsials; Marshall
town, Ia.. ; continuation, $11,100; Norfolk,
Neb., completion of. building, $85,000;
Omaha, court house, custom bouse and
postofflce, for completion of building under
present limit, $20,000; Waterloo, la., con
Rnral Delivery Carriers Named.
Rural free -.delivery letter carrier .for
Iowa routes were appointed today as fol
lows: Early, Charles Averill and L. Shots
kiss, regulars; J. L. Dulham and George
Row, substitutes. Everly. A. O. McMlllen,
regular; William Debenham, substitute.
Oalva, Edwin R, Marsh., regular; Ross E.
Marsh, substitute. Hesper, II.. Jansraa,
Climates wearmit. Smokes and sprays
do not euro. They relieve symptom
Instead of removing eau.es: wtM-tvaa.
- w take Ajitiiina o thoroughly out of
the ink-in that nothing remains
which e&n iimdm aa atUM-k: .uflerers
are nun able lo work, eat, sleep and
stand exposure without the alliihlmt
return of AaLhraa. Ik-Ins right In
prtnmnke our treatment does what
" reliefs "eanant do. We sure to stay
cured severa, kmg-ttandiui and pro
pounced "loeurable" cure. If you are
skeptical til because yoo are litnoraut
ofourgpal crk. fttnee lexi we bave
treated 4.. okO AMhmaand Hay Fever
sulTsrara. it you Uaaire eomplrle re
lief, haalik natured, and bo return of
Aauuaa, writ for our Bosk TS Free.
shoi.p MAtm, mvtiAva, n. t.
regular; Fred Lambln, substitute. Ida
Grove, Austin R. Cook and Walter K.
Nlmocks, regulars; Austin Cook, sr., and
Adam Nlmocks, substitutes. Laurlce, Hugh
McDonald and John W. Mleras, regulars;
William McDonald and tJoahannes Mlrlas,
substitutes. Quimby, J. W. Licklss, regu
lar; J. W. Wallace, substitute. 8challer,
James E. Rogers, James C. Aldrlck and L.
M. James, regulars; Guy A. Rogers, , WU-;
II am McLaughlin and Leonard James, sub
stitutes. Whiting, Fred M. Jones, regular;
Dale Coon, substitute.
Iowa postoffices discontinued: Fielding,
Cherokee county; Newklrk, Sioux county.
The comptroller of tho, currency bsa ex
tended the corporate existence of the Na
tional bank of Custer, la., until the close
of business October 1, 1922.
Postmasters appointed: Iowa Lincoln
G. Waggoner, Grldley, Emmett county;
Henry Grelst, Jobea, Audubon county.
Wyoming Charles Jarvls, Msndel, Al
These Iowa rural free delivery routea will
be established January 1: Gaxa, O'Brien
county, one route; area covered, twenty
four square miles; population, 357. Have
lock, Pocahontas county, one additional
route; area, twenty-three square miles;
BOND ISSUE NOT FRAUDULENT
Headeraoa Deales Allearatlaa ia Leho
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 1. John . B. Hen
derson of Washington, ; representing, tho
owners of the St. Clair county bonds,-4s-
sued In 1870 to build the Lebo ft Neosho
railroad, appeared In the United States
district court today and passionately de-
riled the charge that the Issue was ,se-
cured by fraud. Although the bonds were
sold the railroad was never built and Hen-
dcrson secured Judgment for the full
amount with Interest, which now- amounts
to over $1,000,000. Tq prevent the Judg
ment lapsing he recently petitioned the
court to renew It. The court struck out
the portion of the answer of the St. Clair
county officials objected to.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Ilala or gaore Will Be Common Today
la Maay Parts of the
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. Forecast:
Nehraska Rain or snow and .. colder
Tuesday In west portion and probably at
night In east portion; 1 Wednesdar fair;
colder In east portion,
Iowa Fair Tuesday; rale or snow and
rolder at night In northwest portion;
Wednesday -sir; colder." -
Illinois Fair Tuesday! warmer In ex
treme southern portion; Wednesday fair;
colder; fresh south winds becoming var
Colorado and Wyoming Fair In west;
snow or rain ami colder In east portion
Tuesday; Wednesday fair.
North Dakota Snow; . colder Tuesday;
South Dakota Snow or rain and polder
Tueaday; Wednesday fait'.
' Kansas Fair In east; rain and cooler In
east portion Tuesday; rain or anow and
colder at night or Wednesday In east por
tlon; fair in west.
Missouri Fair Tuesday; Wednesday fair
. Montana Snow Tuesday; colder except
In extreme northwest portion; Wednesday
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER TM7REATT
OMAHA, Dee. 1. Official record of tem-
oerature ana precipitation compared vin
th. corresponding day of the last three
190J. WOt lm ISM.
Maximum temperature.... 60 4. M KJ
'Minimum temperature ... 34 " 29 31 .30
Mean temperature 42 .. 38 42 4
Precipitation W .00 , .00 .00
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha lor this day and since March 1
Normal temperature u '.33
Excess for the day .
Tutu I extesa since March 1.... .Sti2
Normal precipitation 04 Inrl:
Deficiency fer the day .04 Inch
Total ruinfall since March 1 2.J inches
Deficiency since March 1 2.32 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 1901.... ( M Inches
Excees for cor. pe
Reports frosa Slaitwaa at T P; M.
CONDITION OF THE
Valentine, cloudy ,
North Platte, partly cloudy.
Salt l.ak City, cloudy
ttapld City, cluudy
St. Louis, clear
St. Paul, cloudy
Vansas City, clear
Tt.vra, partly cloudy
T Indicates tree of precipitation
U A. WE1.8H.
t Local Forecast Official.
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STATE OFFICIALS REPORT
Offioe of Secretary of Cta'.a Litres 8urplui
After Paying Expenses.
CLAIMANTS FOR NIEGENFIND REWARD
Irate Father Arrives Tea Late Pre
eat Wertdlaa- ( Ilia Daafthter
Was F.lnped with the Saa
f a Selahaor.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Dec. 1. (Special.) A number
of state officials and heads of state Insti
tutions recognised the close of the blenolum
yesterday by filing their biennial report
with the governor, but they were not ac
cessible owing to the fart that they were
being checked over In the auditor's office.
The only Information obtainable In re
gard to them related to the report of the
secretary of state. It shows that during
the two years ending November 30 there
were received in fees: For notarial com
missions, $1,335: recording brands of stock
$2,133.80; filing and recording articles cf In
corporation, $46,007.91; transcripts, certifi
es tee, labels and trade marks, $781.90. The
total fee received were $50,258.61.
There were S81 articles ot incorporation
filed, against 673 during the previous blen
nium. The aggregate capital stock ot mis
cellaneous corporations Involved in the fil
ing of these srtlcles was $88,066,490.40, and
the stock of railroad corporation filed wa
The report shows that the appropriation
made by the legislature for the maintenance
of the office during the two years ending the
first of next April, $19,030, will not be en
tlrely exhausted, and that the surplus ac
cruing to the treasury of the state from the
two year operation will be In ' excea of
File Claims (or Reward.
Proofs were offered to the governor today
by Frank La use, E. W. Cullen, David Leary
and Perry Borara of Wlnside, In support
of their claim of the $200 offered by the
governor for the apprehension of Gottlieb
Nlegenflnd, the Pierce county murderer. In
order that there might be po mistake about
it the certificates 'were made out so that
each one of the four is entitled to $50 and
payment will be made in that way.
The Wymore Lumber company ha filed
article of Incorporation with the secretary
of state, giving Frank H. Bartlett, John
Hllder and Edwin N. Kauffman as Incor
porators, and the authorized capital at
Represntatlve-elect Henry 8. Ferrar of
Gradd Island has sent to a number, of his
friends at the state capitol announcement
of the engagement of his daughter, Beatrice,
and Mr. Sidney S. Potter of Birmingham,
Young- Couple Elope. '
Abe Hsvener of Panama wa vigorously
endeavoring today to obtain trace of his
daughter Laura, who ran away from home
before daylight with Walter Graham, the
25-year-old son of a neighbor. The youn
people woke up the county Judge at 6:80
and getting a marriage license, were wedded
by a local divine. What became ot them
afterward has not yet been learned and
the irate father says that he will have
Graham jailed for perjury as soon as be
catches him. Graham swore when he got
the license that the girl was 19. The father
says she was only 17.
Whip the Hasbaad.
Thomas A. Herdman, a local builder and
contractor, went down to see his divorced
wife at a late hour last night. He was met
at the door by Robert N. Sparks, a roomer,
and soundly beaten. Sparks says that Herd-
man came with the intention of making
trouble with his wife because she asked
and secured an allowance of alimony In the
aum of $1,000. Sparks arned him away,
whereupon Herdman, .cuslng him of being
the star boarder at that place, grappled
Herdman I in pretty bad shape, having
been beaten over the head and shoulders
with a billy. Sparks wss arraigned this
afternoon on the charge ot having made a
felonious assault. The case was post
poned for two days.
Did Sot Get Away.
William F. Lunge's suit against his
father-in-law, Fred Nutsche of Washing
ton county, Kansas, for $200, wa thrown
out of court today. Lange claimed that
Nutsche bad agreed to give him $200 If
he would marry his daughter. He agreed
to to It and the nuptial were performed.
On the way home from the place ot wedding
Lange slipped over the side of the wsgon
and ran away. He came to Lincoln and
began suit for divorce. He got It, but
Nutsche caused his arrest on the charge
of perjury, claiming that Lange had sworn
falsely when ho told the district court
that he was a resident of Lancaster county.
Lange was discharged and retaliated with
the present suit. The court held it bad
no Jurisdiction, as Nutsche was simply
here as witness when served with a
summons. ' .
Captared Three Crook.
Detective Malone and several police offi
cers rounded up three crooks this afternoon,
who had on their person a lot ot knives
and razors. The men refused to give their
eames, but the police eay they have every
appearance of being metropolitan crooks.
They are strangers to Malone, but mem
bers ot the Omaha department will be asked
to come down and If possible Identify them,
Twenty burglaries have been committed In
the city within the last three weeks, and
several thousand dollars worth of plunder
secured. Business houses have been the
principal sufferers. These men hsve been
under surveilance for some time, but con
ditions were unfavorable until this after
Revive Old Coatrover.y.
' Attorney General Prout will tomorrow ad'
vance some reasons to the supreme court
why the report of the referee in the case
of the State against the Union Pacific Rail
road company should not be sccepted. At
torney Oenersl Smyth brought suit daring
his term against the company for $610,000
as penalties for violations of the maximum
freight rate law. The referees reported
that the atate had no case because the
law under which it waa brought was In
valid. The attorney general take the
ground that the law can be executed, by
the courts in the same manner as tbey en
force the statutea, and without any aid
or order of a board of transportation. The
question to be determined, he says, Is
whether the rates chsrged were reasonable
ELM CREEK. Neb., Dec. 1. (Special.)
About 4 o clock this afternoon as E. C.
Krewaon, editor of the Elm Creek Beacon,
was passing down the main street in front
of E. M. Fisher's general atore he was met
by Mrs. Mary E. Brown and daughter Ea
tella, who demanded ot him an explanation
of a recent article published in the Beacon
to which they took exception, and what
ever bis explanation may have been. It was
not satisfactory, for the women both struck
him with rawhide riding whips and for
time things were lively.
Pastor Bids Farewell.
' SCHUYLER. Neb.. Dec. 1. (Special.)
Rev. C. H. Miller, who has been paator of
th. Presbyterian church at this place alnce
October. 1899, preached his last sermon as
paster la charge last evening, having ten
dered hit rettgnstlon eerly In November,
to take effect pecernber 1. - Rev. Miller
his done three rears of erdeous and ef
fective labor here, greatly ;o the benefit
of the church and greatly to the good of
the people generally, and his resignation
Is deeply regretted. He will now take
up the work of preaching and soliciting
In western territory mainly In behalf of
southern education, particularly among the
negroes, whose condition he Is so thor
oughly' familiar with, having formerly lived
in the south.
TELEPHONE COMPANIES AT WAR
Farmer ObJeet to AlHaace with the
Bell Telephoae Com
FREMONT, Neb., Dec. 1. (Special.)
The troubles between the various telephone
companies doing business In this county
has broken out again and from all indica
tions there U a warm time ahead. The
patrons of the Farmers' compsny In the
esstern part of the county object to the
tra.Tlc arrangement with the Beil company
and threaten to withdraw from the com
pany. A meeting of protesting parties will
be held at Mapleton town hall Wednes
day afternoon. The Independent company
of this city and the Hooper company, which
have a Joint traffic arrangement, hope to
get a number of the Farmers' company on
their list. Some parties here who bought
sock In the Farmers' company claim
that they did so relying on an agreement
that a traffic arrangement would be made
with the Independent company as soon as
It was organized and ire threatening to
bring suits tor the amounts they paid.
RUNAWAY IS CAUSE OF DEATH
Mrs. Thresla Llebold, aa Old Re. Meat
of Nebraska City, the Victim
NEBRASKA CITY, D'C. 1. (Special Tel
egram.) While driving yesterday afternoon
Mrs. Thresla Liebold was thrown from the
buggy, sustaining Injuries from which she
died at 6:60 o'clock this morning.
The buggy wss In charge of a young
colored man named James Martin, who is a
particularly careful driver, and he says
that he saw absolutely nothing that could
have frightened the horse.
The animal started to run without warn
ing and in turning the corner at Twenty
second street and Second avenue the buggy
ran Into a post and both of the occupants
were thrown out.
Mrs. Liebold had both legs broken and
was badly cut about the body. The de
ceased was 69 years of age and bas been a
resident of this city since 1870.
Settle Poatofllce Contest.
SCHUYLER, Neb., Dec. 1. (Special.)
The short and sharp conflict In the con
test for the postofflce has been terminated
through the announcement ot Congressman-elect
J. J. McCarthy that he has de
cided to recommend or endorse D. McLeod.
The contest really had the name of being
In existence long before the November
election, but was not so more than that
the supposed candidates were mentioned
occasionally, the real contest having lasted
only from the time the results of the last
election were known. The candidates were
D. McLeod, F. L. Werts, editor of tho
Schuyler Sun, and E. H. Phelps. A. Lune
burg waa considered In at the beginning,
but withdrew early.
Redaclagr Otoe Morta-airea.
NEBRASKA CITY. Deci 1. (Special.)
County Recorder C, C. Brant today Issued
his report of the changes, Jo the mortgage
Indebtedness of the county made during the
month of November.. It shows that on
farm property twelve mortgagee, valued at
$23,668.3$, were filed, and twenty-one, rep
resenting $33,936.35, were released. On city
property during the same period ten mort
gages were filed,' valued at $6,260, and
twelve for $8,985 were released. This shows
net reduction of the mortgage debt of
Dispose of Mortgaged Property.
FREMONT, Neb., Dec. 1. (Special.)
William P. Redlfer, who bas made his home
in Fremont for some time, was arrested
at St. Joseph, Mo., on a warrant Issued
for him here, charging him with dis
posing of some horses and other property
after first obtaining all that he could get
from them on a chattel mortgage. Another
warrant was Issued for him yesterday on
the charge ot the larceny of a mare. He
probably will be brought back to this city
TECUMSEH, Neb., Dec. 1. (Special.)
John W. Riffle Is getting well along In
years and does not care to be actively on
gaged . lodger In business pursuits. For
this reason he has resigned as postmaster
of the town of Smartvllle, this county. A
petition asking for the appointment to
the position of Fred L. Eames ha been
circulated and sent to the Postofflce de
partment at Washington.
Tecnm.eh Pythlaaa Elect Officers.
TECUMSEH, Neb.. Dec. 1. (Special.)
The local lodge. Knights of Pythias, haa
elected the following officers for the coming
year: M. W., George Calbert; C. C, C. K.
Phillips; V. C, E. M. Tracy; prelate. Dr.
E. M. Cramb; K. of R. and 8., E. H. Grist;
M. A.. W. I. Phllpott; M. of E., J. R. Pier
son; M. ot F., E. H. Grist; trustees, A.
T. Oldaker, Edward Howorth' and E. H.
New Chnreh Aboat Ready.
MONROE, Neb., Dee. 1. (Special.) The
Methodist society has Its new church on
the foundation and la anticipating being
able to occupy It by Christmas. It pur
chased a commodious building for church
purposes, and as the society is progres
sive and quite large it is on a good footing
to be self-sustaining.
Farmers Fix a Date.
TECUMSEH, Neb.. Dec. 1. (Special.)
At a meeting ot the official board of the
Johnson County Farmers" Institute It wa
agreed to hold the annual meeting be
tween January 20 and February 5. The ex
act days will, be chosen so as not to in
terfere with other Institutes in this part,
of the state.
Methodists Balldlag New Chareh.
GENEVA, Neb., Dec. 1. (Special.) The
new Methodist Episcopal church is Hear
ing completion. It Is built of brick and
stone, with round tower, and will be a
handsome edifice when finished. Since cold
weather began the congregation Is using
the Christian church, which it haa rented.
New Bask for Bterllag.
TECUMSEH, Neb., Dec. 1. (8peclal.)
The Cltlzeoa' National bank ot Tecumseb
will soon open a branch bank in Sterling.
A new building will be put up for the
Joha.oa C.saty Teacher Meet.
TECUMSEH, Neb.. Dec. I (Special.)
A meeting, -which waa well atttended, of
the Johnson County Teachers' association
was held at the high school bulldlog la
this city Saturday.
Ca Plaat for Chnreh.
GENEVA. Neb.. Dec. 1. (Special) The
Congregatlonalists have bad an acetylene
gas plant put In the basement of their
church and mow are assured et a good
SETTLERS FIRE THE RANGE
More Than Twenty fires Started in Kansas
During the Fast Week.
TWINE SATURATED WITH OIL SPREADS IT
Officer. Make m Futile Rflrort to Detect
Cailty Parties Sapposed to Re Re
salt of Differences of Home
leader, aad Raarhmea.
TOPEKA, Kan., Dee. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) Another uprising of the settlers
ot northwestern Kansas against the big
ranchmen Is reported from Colby. This
time it is a story of the settlers setting
the prairies on Ore and destroying the
grass. During the past week more than
twenty fires have been started. One fire
burned over 10,000 acres of land. In one
plsce a strand of binding twine saturated
with kerosene was found stretched across
a well traveled road from one pasture to
another. , A hundred or more cattle have
perished In the fires. Peace officers of
three or four counties In that section are
now trying to run down the criminals. So
far no arrests have been made.
The new kind of General Arthur clgan
sre now on sale.
DEFENDS FENCING OF LAND
Omaha Mia Takes la.ae with Dee Cor
respondent on the Fencing
OMAHA, Dec. 1. To the Editor of The
Bee: Some days ago I noticed an article
published in The Bee and given consider
able prominence, said article being signed
by one C. C. Campbell of Mullen, Neb., and
severely criticising the Omaha Commercial
club for its resolution relating to fences
on government land.
Being somewhat interested In this mat
ter through a know-ledger of conditions ex
isting In that section I was surprised to
see such a letter from any one living In the
sand hills country and purporting to re
flect the general sentiment of that com
munity. I therefore .wrote to a prominent
merchant at Mullen for information as to
this man Campbell. The following Is his
"Referring to your Inquiry of November
22 as to C. C. Campbell ot this place in
regard to the open letter ol his to Tho
Bee criticising the action of the Omaha
Commercial club relating te fences on gov
ernment land. He is a young man with
neither horses nor cattle. It will be a se
vere blow to cattle interests here if such
order Is enforced. Cattle and range will
both deteriorate and cattle borrowers wi'i
have a hardship entailed upon them to
place their paper. Since this agitation
commenced little improvement has been
made on the ranches."
This Is a fair sample of the class of
knockers who are hammering away on this
fence question. I am of the opinion (.hat
so far ss the sand hills country Is con
cerned no one can BRk tor the fences to
come down, unless from personal animus
or other Ignorance ot existing conditions
in that section.
The sand bills country Is a vast extent
of Immense sand mounds or hills upon
which no farming can be done, and on
which the only vegetation that will grow
Is a sparse coating of coarse grass, f.-om
fifteen to twenty acres of which Is neces
sary to support one animal through a sea
Between these bills are small fertile val
leys of limited extent, in which alfalfa and
other" "hay Crops may be grown. These val
leys are of value only as an adjunct to the
growing and feeding ot. stock, except in
cases where Irrigation is possible, and
these valleys are all owned by the stock
The hills of sand surrounding these val
leys are government land, and being of ab
solutely no value except for grazing pur
poses by those owning adjacent valleys.
there can be no good reason for any one
objecting to their being used by or leased
to the smaller stockmen, who now own all
of the available hay and farm land.
It Is an entirely different proposition
from what it would be in most other parts
of the country. The cattlemen are not try
lng to keep out Bettlers, and If the fences
are torn down which connect the various
valleys and incidentally fence in a few
worthless sand hills, it will Inevitably re
suit In a less number of cattle, the de
preclatlon of the quality of the herds and
a general hardship to the smaller ranch
men who have during the past tew years
built up a valuable industry in the for
merly worthless sand hills. Yours truly
GEORGE H. LEE,
Senate Chaplain Retire.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 1. The Rev. W. H
Mllburn, the blind chaplain of the senate,
who Is now In California, has resigned. Mr,
Mllburn sys 111 health compels him to re
Often DUagre With Us
Because wa overeat of them. Indl
f estion follows. But there's a way to
cseape'tucti consequences. A dose of a
e-ood dieeitant like Kodol will relive you
at once. Your stomach is simply too
weak to digest what you eat. Thet'a all
indigestioa la. Kodol digests th food
without the stomach's aid. Thug the
gtomach rests while the body ia strength
ened by wholesome food. Dieting: is un
necessary. .Kodol digests any kind of
rood food. Strengthens had invigorates.
Rloli Red Clood.
prepared oaly by E. C. In Witt h Co., Chicago,
iee (1 botue contains 2 tlaaoa Ue We- slao.
Treata all form ed
7 BB VnartMM
M IT Tsars in Omaha.
J Hi remarkable sue
cess haa never been
equaled aad .very day brings many natter
ing report of tb good n la doing, or ti
r.ilef he ha given.
Hot Scrim Treatment for Stphilis
And all Blood Poisons. NO "BREAKING
OUT" on tb ok in or face and all external
sign of the aueaso aiaappoer ai once.
di ftnn nicricc m."! u
DLUUU UIS.Hwk tM.lha.aO Day.
ttn.n .hi i.ia,i oaaee cured of norv
UlLla .UaUUU eua doetilt, Uo of
t ,' ". uu44uti4 MtkwiM, Mtrlotura,
UiMt, cuoaay ana oiaaaer ti txy
QUICK CURE-LOW CHAJIOS4.
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vu m d. UUt SUMI, botwMa if wui d
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DO YOU GET
it ill 'SIR
Have You Uric Acid.
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To Prove what SWAMP-ROOT, the
will d for YOU. all tur Readers May Have a Sample Bottle
Sent Free by Mail.
Pain or dull ache in the back Is un-'
mlstakably evidence of kidney trouble. It
Is nature's timely warning to show you
that the track of health Is not clear.
If these danger signals are unheeded
more serious results are sure to follow;
Brlght's disease, which is the worst form
of kidney trouble, may steal upon you.
The mild and the extraordinary effect
ef the world-famous kidney and bladder
remedy. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, is soon
realised. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most dtstresslug
esses. A trial will convince snyone end
you may bave a sample bottle free, by
Backache, Irlo Arid aad Irlnary
Amonr the manv famous cure, nf Snmn.
Root investigated by The Dailv Hee the
one we publish todav for the benefit of
our reader speaks In the highest terms
of the wonderful curative properties of
this great kldnev remedv:
UKKTI.EMEN: When I wrote you
last March for a sample bottle of Swamp
Hoot, my wife was a great sufferer from
backache, rheumatism and urinary trou
ble, also excess of uric acia. After try
ing the sample bottle, she bought a large
bottle here at the drusr store. Thst did
her so much good she bought more. The
effect of Swamp-Root was wonderful and
almost Immediate. She has felt no re
turn of the old trouble since.
Oct.. 1801., F. THOMAS,
7 Best St.. nuffalo, N. T.
Lame back Is only one symptom of kid-
Bey trouble one ot many. Other symp
toms showing that you need Swamp-Root
are, obliged to pass water often during the
day and to get up many times at night.
inapuity to hold urine, smarting or Irrita
tion In passing, brick dust or sediment In
tfe urine, catarrh of the bladder, urlo acid.
COLORADO BUREAU F IMMIGRATION
OMAHA FOR STERLING, COLORADO,
the Jletropolia of the South Platte Valley
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1902
LEA VINO UNION STATION AT 5:10 P. H. BY
ROUND TRIP SlT ONLY $15,30
From Iowa Points, One Fare Plus $2 for Round Trip
Arrangements hsve been made for LOW RATES tor Slds Trips from Sterl
ing to Greeley and Eaton, to Inspect the Sugar Factories, and to Denver and
the San Luis Valley.
This excursion will afford an opportunity to visit the alte of tho PAWNKB
PASS RESERVOIR now being surveyed by Government Engineers. Thia will
Irrigate 500,000 acre of land when completed. Land Is now open to home
stead entry, and la being rapidly taken up.
Further Information will be furnished upon application to
F. J. FITZGERALD, Mgr. Omaha Branch,
Colorado Bureau of Immigration
at office of R. C. Peters & Co., Bee Building;, Omaha, Neb.
As an' Appetizer
There la no better tonic known than Blue Rib- MeA. IS
i Beer. It's tr.e t.eitt urlnk you can take either H t II
a hot or cold day. It ia an absolutely pure H mi X ' II
nd the entire family can use it. It Is made X - t If
ne best lmiKirted Bohemian hops and barley It 1 I I II
muli,always strictly pure and proptriy aged. Let
us send you a case louay
Brewing Co, Omaha. Phone 12 &
TEN DAYS TRIAL.
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R.P.Emmet. N-4U-S1 Oood liik. Lfenvvr. Col
aHITt OOVF. COS Drtr .m to d .iroj trar
liis for (trans drink. ih sprwtlK fur wulrh cannuf
eilrt aftrr ui-i thl rxaiaay. Ulvca In any ilxult
wit a -r without vnuwieusa of patk-'-tt tnaU'R-;a r
Buermun 4s McConneU Drug Co., Omaha
Rheumatism or Bladder
Great Kidney and Bladder Remedy
constant headache, dlzilness, eloeplessness,
nervousness. Irregular heart beating, rheu
matism, bloating. Irritability, wornov.t
feeling, lack of ambition, loss of flesh, sat
If your water when allowed te remain
undisturbed In a glass or bottle for twenty
four hours, forms a sediment or settling
or has a cloudy appearance It Is evident
that your kidneys and bladder need Im
In taking Swamp-Root you afford natu
ral help to nature, for Swamp-Root Is the
most perfect healer and gentle aid to the
kldneya that Is known to medical science.
Swamp-Root is the great discovery of
Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney and blad
der specialist. Hospitals use It with won
derful success in both slight and severe
rases. Doctors recommend It to their
patients and use It In their own families.
j becaue they recognise in Swamp-Root th
greatest and most successful remedy.
If you have the slightest symptoms of
kidney or bladder trouble, or it there Is a
trace of It In your family history send at
once to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Blnghamton,
N. T., who will gladly send you free by
mall immediately, without cost to you, a
ssmple bottle of Rwamp-Reot and a book
of wonderful Swamp-Root testimonials.
Be sure to say. that rsm read this sener
ous offer lav The Omaha Dally Bee.
If you are already convinced thai
Swamp-Root is what you need, you can
purchase the regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size bottles at drug store every
where. Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Ding-
hamton, N. Y., on every bottle.
Is the worst die on carta, yet . tn
easiest lo cum V llk.fi kUU KNOW
WHAT TO UO. Many ituve ulmploa, ttoia
on Un) skin, sorts lu the mouia ui.a,
failing hair, bone palna, catarrh; Uuu
know It t HLOOU Pol.iON. rend lo Dk,
IsKOWN. WW Arch at. PUibulcMpnia. Pa.,
for BROWN'S UlJUn:, CbilK. L2.be per
bottle; lasta onto month. Hold only h)
tiherman at McCcn.-iell irug .'-. ith ai:
Dodge Bta.. Omaha.
Brown's Capsules ftr ";'
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